Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE TO TRAINS Windsor Hotel In ridge Daily Herald I WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Djtllas Hold ll the Best nncl Most lent PInci' to Stsy NOBODY" CAX DO GOOD WORIv WITH poor mechanic can do bettor work with good tools than a good rorkmun can do with poor tools. So as much or more depends n tie tools as on the man; besides good tools save time. Our Mis are the UNI and the liricc is right. C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" Our first large shipment of Snow Apples have just arrived from Montana in good condition They arc ;ill of a medium wrap ped ami paelunl in uOlb. oases. .I'rieo per ease. For lire week end arc olTennu1 a nice, n.ssorfmont of ii'oods. FREfH PEACHES In olb baskets. TIlMO are abom tlio last this season, per InisUet.....50c. ITALIAN PRUNES, iu pencil buses in lino condi- box CONCORD OR NIAGARA GRAPES, baskets, Price fitch 50c. TOKAY GRAPES very scarce, per 711) basket 75o: get these by express from tiiKikane tmd can guarantee them extra choice, per doztr.i 40c. MONTANA CRAB APPLES, extra red and in line condition. Thero will bo no more after those are sold. Price per ,50lb SWEET POTATOES, Just rlglll iil slw. I'rice, 3 Hi a for 25c. crisp and well bleached from British Columbia; nothing finer grown, ''rice 21bs. for heads and fresh cut. I'rico li pounds fur............................. 25e. CITRON, Piitnpkln, and Hubbard we receive by express from Washington, price per the last this season, only a few. I'rice eacli..................... 05c. RIPE TOMATOES, in baskets. Quantity also very limited, about over; price per basket 40c. Xncchill and Wild Rose, Fresh Churned Creamery B' Fresh shipment lust in, price ZItis for 75c. Dingle Stewart's High Grade.Chocolaiec, made in Winnipeg, a large shipment just unpacked. Vuil should try these for duality. Grocery Dcpt. 525 Wholesale Dcpt. 127'. CRANE'S LINEN LAWN NOTE PAPER If you use this paper you will always bxi sure of having the CORRECT STYLE. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE ANC RETAIL ------PHONES------ Grocery Dept. 523 Wholesale Dept. 1271. Where To Purchase Stoves and Ranges wish It) announce l.lmt in addition lo our extensive, stock of House we have added a complete lino of STOVES AND KANCJBS Those ranges are made- by one of the most famous Canadian, manufacturers. Absolutely reliable In every respect, and most economical. Prices, all the way to for cash or on our Easy Payment System, which enables every rir. to, >ho market. We give a liberal discount for CASH. Conio in ana talk it over. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers USE POLISH FURNITURE 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 625 Carried in different sixes nt ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY- BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK PHONE 1265 Agents for Empire and Underwood Typewriters TRUSSES For every kind, shape, size, and for the best make, try The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. Store Courtesy If you are an old customer you will realize the truthfulness of this advertisement. If you arc a prospective customer then come to our store and you will understand true store courtesy is. Whether your wan; is a large or small one, you get the same kind of courteous attention. All our customers are pleased cus- tomers. In what way can you please you? JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 Brandon, clf.iid Port Arthur, cloudy Kelson HI Grand Forks............ Pentietoii'........., 51 The weather over -riie prairie prov- inces has beon mostly line, vfith some- what higher temperatures. Forecast Western and mod- erately warm today and on Sunday. JDST1X The Net A book by Rex Beach CITY AND DISTRICT Back From a Trip P, A. Dunne, manager of the Uo- mlnion Express C'o. hero, returned tills moriiing from a holiday trip through Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia. A Convenience The C. P. R. telegraph company an- nounces thai, ihey will instill an of- fice at the I'ctir groiintls tor the uc- conunodiitioii of delegates to the Faiming Congress. CITY AND DISTEICT Elairrnore Citizen Dead G. P. Hinds, a well known resident of Blairmore, died at Stillwater, Minn. where he was visiting. Escort for Congress Tlie R. N. W. M. P. will supply an escon to the Lieutemim-Governor on the occasion of the opening of the Dry- Farming Congress. A Helpful Cheque The Kentish society sent Sat- tin a cheque for as a result of the benefit smoker in Unity Hall a iveek ago. Curlers Meet Tuesday T-he Lethbriugo Curling association will hold its annual meeting in the Council Chamber at S o'clock on Tues- !ay evening, Octooer 15, Everybody Steamship Arrivals The Canadian Pacific R. M.- S. Em- esK of Britain docked Quebec 7 a.m. )cr: IHh. arrive .it Win- lipeg Saloon about 0 p.m., Sunday, iccoiid about 9, p.m. Sunday. Third in extra at midnight Sunday. Leth- iridge. a.m. Tuesday. YOU WILL SHAKE HANDS with your self and congratulate your own and nnmmoii -sense after buying your meat hero, bftcaijso. ihe extra fine qual- ity of it, and the lack of waste will compel satisfaction. Our pork, mutton, lamb, veal, ii'iiii poultry have a lender, juicy quality and a delicious flavor that ensures their popularity. Ami UK the Dry-Fanning Congress, the celebration will take place on October IS, and will likely take the form of -a smoker at which patriotic songs and speeches will be the big feature. Every Britisher is invited. and up, onsy ?IO and up; PIT mouth. Mason Hlscu Ltd., New Dominion Block, Didn't Like Our Gaol Winnipeg Free Press i Edward Grove, a. recent arrival in Weslern Canada from England, demands that ho be deported. He gives as bin' rea- son for the dtutianti tlH; Wet that he doss not approve of the social insti- tutions nt' tho Dominion. Grove is -y of ngfl. Ho was resident In libridse, and was placed under sir- rest tlu-rt: for creating a riot oi) the street, llo was four months in jjaol. His to bo deported will bo nn-t by flominion tjovernnuriit. will, liowover, be KOUI. home ow'ing til, the foot thaf Ho has boon con- fined in gaol, and not bcraiiiui In1 din- HUes- the social insiituUons ol the Free Delivery The Dominion Express Co. has is- sued orders that all exhibits to the Dry-Farming Congress exposition shall be delivered to the grounds by the city free delivery, although tbn fair grounds are outside the limits as set by the Railway Commission. Help Out the- Terpsifete Mr. John T. Burns niakes an appeal to the parents of Lethbrirtge to allow; their children to assist in the selling of tickets for (he Terpsifete. The! contest closes Wednesday, and a hun- dred should be at 'work every day until then selling tickets. Rewards are of- fered to winners in the ccntost. Horse's Kick Fatal Mary Sehan, aged eleven years, i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard, Bcltan, who live six miles southeast; of Grassy 1-ake, died in the Gah, Hos- pital a few days ago from internal iu-i juries received by bolns; Kit-lied by horse on her father's farm. i Happy Thought Range Given Away Cash Purchase of Entitles You to One Key He Likes Natural Gas For exactly one 11. A. McKil- I lop has 'been burning natural giia, and 1 he savs it has been a VCTV 1 -H subseribtr to Cdiiiunrtoti oil 1'ri lay. October i. Thr company has bec-n handicapprd lack r! pup- plic-s, bul n car load of filiiiiKs is perted to arrive somo today, and :iinnicdiiuely a staff of forty men will bo put to work the house con- nections. Knell vosirtonco will be sup- plied witli nbuut four ounces pressun-', wliicli, It is claimed, in lor mid riinifeg .'ir.-.K, THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endless Canvas Belts; Leather.Belting; Rubber Belting; Lace Leather. :Penbcrthy Injectors, Lubricators, Oil and Grease Cups GARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES .Large StocK Immediate Shipment Agents for Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Oil Tractors, Gasoline Engines, Etc. Orders from THE TRADE especially solicited J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 7aa ami 1755 Lfthbridge, AUa. Ave, A.