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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TO ALL TRAIN! I1JC oiy H.W I. Alertrt. The Lethbridge Batty Herald WHiCN IN LITHBRIDOt The Dallas font U Stay We are proud of our RANGES AND HEATING STOVES reason for bning so proud is because our stoves and ranyos give such universal snt- ifnction. Long- years of handling stoves lias shown us best; styles makes, and you gr.iri by this expert knowledge when you buy one of'our stoves. You run no risk.. We giiar'anfoc tiicin all. GOFiYG VERY FAST tmn DALIAN arc 111 aplendlcl condition. Price per An HEATING STOVES Our heating stoves, are all opened up and ready for your inspection. U is wlso' to have a look over the new lines ami select yours now. Prices to STEWART RANGES are without exception the best ranges at Ihe prices sold anywhere. They cook nod bake perfectly, are on fuel. to COAL OIL HEATERS A grenf convenience ami cor.i- i fort for Ilii'so cool mornings arid evenings. The oil heaters wo sell are odorless and always in onJor. Prices from to 59 MONARCH. RAN'GES Always selected, by those who want the finest is made. In construction and operation the Monarch ex- cels anything jou havb ever seen. Come in and see them. Prices 570 and S75 AA AP01JS VALLKY (UtAYKNfiTKTff APJ'J.ES Xo. 1's, price per barrel price'.per barrel Or, 17 Ibs. for .........jji.l.OO Or, 19 Ibs. for Grocery Dept. 525. Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 687. HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL PHOMES: D'P1' 5M' Wholtlale Dept. 1271. lee Cream Dept. 627. THE WEAT1IEK Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Kdmontoii. foggy I falsa ry, clear i Lelnhridfii', clear Winnipeg, clear Port Arthur, fair Katnloops, dear 6-1 ;i3 58 33 62 -II (IS -12 60 -ID 111 32 Fine and modern 1 warm weather lias continued over the Prairie Pro- vinces. FORECAST: All Fine to- day and on Friday with about the sami- temperature. OFFICE SUPPLIES When you want the Jje's't satisfaction in Office Supplies, King Up Fhone ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK .riRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 12SV AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS CITY AND DISTRICT H. C. points where he spend I couple oi" flays on ollicia! hnsiness. i Lelhbridge Lodge Xo. 2, l.O.O.r'., i Jjis conferring on. Friday night. A. C. Messer has returned from a three weeks' holiday at the coast. Chief Gillespie left this morning for During; the absence of Mayor Ad- jaras at Colorado Springs, Aid. Sage I will occupy ihe position of Acting- NEW LINE FOR Hitmlkeirliiel, CoJljir. Tie Glove Boxes in Japanese Laca.wa re Each one has a key. Fancy decorations and pretty nattenis. Regular OOc-70c-SOc values Introductory Price 50c Fifty Cents Each. 50c SEE' OUR WINDOWS KIRKHAM BROS 315 SikthSt Phune 356 Tlic Value of Pure Drugs and the Necessary Experience in Compounding Tne iilae of Medicine lies wjualty between the purity and now. of the drugs and tho method and mannlr o' tholr compounding The dross we offer are strictly of the highest class. Our training, uperlence and equipment assure that all medicines will be com- pounded rigae. Bring all your prescrlptlonj to bo filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. fRMCKIPTION SPECIALISTS. A, B, RIPLEY, MANAGBIt PKONS 77J OLIVE OIL ALWAYS HAVE IT HANDY Always have a bottle of our pure Olive Oil in the house for the liraple reason that it Is the only oil that" gnawers'so many re- 'tiuirefflents. A good food, a good invaluable for culinaiy uies. No good1 housekeeper should be without it. We .have the oil with a delightful flavor. JACKSON COPE BLOCK, ORUQGI8TS tt JACKSON. PHONE I23t j Mayor. J. Mack, o! Htigli Smith's mfl es- tate ollicc, has placed on the. market here a stibdividion adjoining townsUe of Coronation P. R. The meeting of the executive oi the' Overseas club, called lor this evening; in the office of the Rogers-Cunning-i ham Lumber.' Co., has been postponed till tomorrow (Friday) evening. W. S. McC'rostic. of Luc-know. Out., arrived in the morning and will spend a few days in- Southern Alberta, visiting -friends in; Lcth- In-idge, Taber, -Stavely anil other points. Louis .Pabst, manager of the Leth- bricigc Hotel, went west this morn- ing or. the Fiver to inspect Ms hold- ings of fruit lands in the Arrow Lakes district.: He will return in a dus Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. Terrill return- ed this morning from an extended trip to Chicago, New York. Mont-! real ind other eastern points While awai tin.) UMted Mr Tcrnll s old' home in. Belleville, (jnt. I. Gray, president of the W. 1 Grai Construe irn Co oi Winnipeg and St Paul is in tht. citj tod-n Mr. Gray is interested with N. K. fioyel in the contracts for the citv improvements which are under way at present. On account of tho absence of Sec- n retary Man-.variag of the Board of' f fn___t_ _. liQskpIl c nrphnct rr. J.DHIGINEIQTHAM iCO. LIFTED Family i pisp.eniing Chemlitl AMATEUR .J. PHOTOGRAPHERS Now is the time to get good local views for making your own Xnias'C'ards. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM is the place to buy your sup- plies. Y CANADIAN KODAK is the 1 nd ot canfera nccea sorles We are agents (or Kodak good the narpe which stands tor the best In pho tograpnic material; B L'sINESS LOCALS Hogtilar flop of the Friday Evening evening. Claskell's orchestra, in the K. of EXCELLENT LAGCft AND PORTER Trade at Colorado Springs, there no meeting of the council of the 255-1 Board at noon today. The next hig comedy at of Ihe Board will he held in -T Colorado Springs, arrangements should h. ing been made at the'last general CVCry lovcr- meeting for the fioard to hold a meeting there if il was loiind neces- sary in connection with the efforts to CITY AND DISTRICT Rev. anil Mrs. A. A. l.ytle have returned from a month's holiday spent in tile mountains. They spent lire past few days at Waldcck, Sask., j'where Mr. Lylle conducted the re-op- ening services oi the Methodist :j church. Mr." Lyllc was lire first rias- lor stationed in Ihi- town anil onijan- i'eil the first church there. The1 Knights of Columbus of this city will today celebrate Columbus' Day for the first, time in the history of l.cthbriilge It is being celebrat- ed jn all the principal centres in! lioth Canada and Ihe Unitpil States. I The celebration here will take the 'orm uf an "At Home" to be held this evening in the Caledonian Hall, in excellent program having been i Ptep.ireel for Ihe occasion. The Bentley Co'y. HAVE YOITSEEN Our Big Range of Carpets, Euro- pean and Canadian manufacture About Forty Carpets We Are Offering at a Discount of 15 per cent, for four days only WILTON'S High Grade In brown and green colorings; conventional and floral 3 x 3 to 4.9x4 AX31INSTEKS neniilne, Axminster Patterns 3x4, tt 13x16 ft. BRUSSELS None bill neat patterns In the whole Block, ____ 2.4x5, 4.9x4, TAPESTRIES In si-eons. browns, red, fawn Krounas with effective pattern color- to K5.00 Ings, from Miners' President Is Optimistic (Continued 'ram Front Page.) mained right on the ground until the strike was called off, the men were hack at work. Much interest is icing taken by the public all through the west, and every move, from now on, will be watchcel with the keenest ntercst. One of the largest mass meetings of Miners ever belli in city was ,all- Iresscrt last night Miners' tall, North Lethbridgc, by- John P Vhite, of Oskaloosa, the president be International U. M. W. of A. Mr While reviewed 'principally the ques ions at stake in the present strik situation, in District 18, and laid he fore the men the negotiations whicl are being carried on to bring about a speedy, settlement of the strike Mr. White is a big man, and bis ad- dress was characteristic ol him. He was followed by President Powell .of District IS, after which ,Carl.... Theo- norovich. international organizer, iri- terprctcd the speeches in four lan- guage's. Mr. White has now address- ee! the. miners in practically every camp from Fcrnie t0 Lelhbriel'ge, and t is believed that he has done much .0-bring matters to such a stage that a settlement of the strike will be only a matter of days. Given Away Free Special Oak Heat- ing Stove Stove Board McNamara Sent up for Trial FIXED UP COMPLETE See Window Arthur Hayr 510 3rd Avenue South. p. o. Box 127 (Continued from Front Page.) secure thj Dry Farming Congress lor Letbhriilge in 1912. At police court this morning iz of snecial interest transpired the i' (none another 'The Spanish good one at the Eureka. Up-to-date repair department, The foot Toggery. 243-0 Private sale ol household fiirn f- 252-6 limmie Thompson lor bag AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS High Grade DOMESTIC COAL by the ton or carload lots Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd, isnal drunk bcincs oii.dcnk to beep record. Two men, in last, night, dialed with without license, were dealt 'I''" stioc stnrc' 2 One was onlevcd to move oi will- or B -Viln- fl'ono- 052, office W. J. stioc stnrc' he with. One was onlevcd to move oi will- he lo didereiil quarters, while the olhtr K Mli St., S. v.-a.sfiiven filteen ovs in ail who Had Dnuphv lasi ni-lil, ren-andcd till H. who lor the past Iwo years has been n resident of this city, bein.? engaged as salesman for p. o. vox at K4 SIXTH ST. 8. PHONE XI posltinn he has recently been moted. Mr. Cravalh's family nccom- ied him (o Ihe. latter city. W. M. N'iehols will accompany Mr. Cravalb to Hie Calgary office; of Ihe Huniley bovt quotitlon wn reason why. GILMORE BUYS BRIDE A LITTLE HOME Now York, Oct. Il.-Oeorgc Oonld-i youthful mil, .lay, has purchased a I.MMOO i-Mldenca; on Fifth avenue a gift for his lirl.le. who Anne Douglas Crnham. Tho hoiiso Is ah- high, and was formerly the Proporty of Archer Ifimtinfton. ONTARIO PIONEERS DEAD -Sarnla, Oct. KI.-The death occm- hero Salurelay of ono of the plon- oers of nrooks Bunders, aged S3 years. He cam, Brooko township In 1850. yesrs. l at. ,3 PROBABLE SENATORS Winnipeg, Oct. naniB8 ara meirtioned for the scnntorlal vn- CTiicy caused by the ilca.tli of Senator Chevrler. ,1. A. T. TBOmn, ami Alc.v La Ilivlere arc UA. names often mentioned for the H10 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH THE BAKER We haven't been shouting about our Stoves and Ranges, but we are pleased with our sales. We will tell you why Every range we sell sells another WESTERN TREASURE, MAJESTIC AND MALLEABLE RANGES for satisfaction The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd COMNIR ITH AND