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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta f pj PMC TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Lethbridge Daily Herald The Dal las Hotol It the Best nntl Convtn- lent -Stay For the Congress Good Assortment Prices Right C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" CRANE'S LINEN LAWN NOTE PAPER If you use this paper you will always be sure of having the i CORRECT STYLE. Carried in different sizes at ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK PHONE 1265 Ajents 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. No Guess Work Here There is no juess practiced 'r. our store In any deal- Ing or in any war whether your order he for drugs or for a pre- scription. Thorough and competent men only are employed. Licensed pharmacists only fill prescriptions. Our charges for prescriptions and drugs are reasonable. JACKSON CO, PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 THE CAPERING CALF a few more days before the Dry Farming Congress Will Be Here We have made preparations liy liaviim' extra large qitfuilities ol all chissos of -roods, staple lines ol' groceries and provisions i'or lhe occasion. High quality ut popular prices (ire the main Icat- nres ai (his store. A large shipment of Western Snow and Gravenstein Apples Just Received Xoi the bind tlmt bwn grown on Irrigated land which do. not right IrrlBiitcd, which menus apples tlmt. you would be willing 10 pay troiu 2ac to 600 per box Kioto lot you tried them. These extra choice apples on sale- tills week at. per case A .few oilier lines just in Look them over. RIPE TOMATOES B. CYs'tilK quality, per bas- CONCORD lot ill today. 1'rlco ket 40c. now as low ns it Is likely to be ibis year null SWEET POTATOES, Price 31b for 25c thc is about over. Price per basket 45c Do your fraduig hero and get satisfaction in every respect. ------PHONES------ Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 127 THE GOOD COMPANY _ HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. KATIIEK r 70 CS Ii8 04 60 (S Lei hi riii-.i1 ilc-ar........... Calgary, elwr clear MacU'i.ui, clear ii-at, clear Swift CniTcnt, clear....... (H Braiu'oa, 69 rlvar 6.1, fi.O Ileiriim. clear 53 clear............. Brooks, clear 6a Saskatoon, clear 65 Moose clear 67 I'ort Arthur, fair 52 -U j Nelson, fair 32 j Fine und weather has been general in all districts of ttoj prairie arovince.s-. FORKCAST and uortli wiiuls, and cooler. Saskatchewan and ind moderately warm: 10 31 30 27 38 34 34 30 36 42 36 36 35 CITY DISTRICT Visiting Old Friends Constable Fitzgerald, of Maeleod, formerly captain of No. 1 Fire Hall bere, ia visiting in the city today. Encampment On Wednesday Letbbridge Encampment, No. 7, I. 0. 0. F., will meet in the Oddfellows' Hall, on Wednesday evening To Build Houses Sarab Staines this morning took out permit to build a ?450 residence on Third avenue North. A permit was ilao issued to George Beaton for a bouse on Tenth street South. JUST IK "The Net" A new book by Rex Beach big ship- ment of neAV popu- lar reprint novels at 65 cents.. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Smited iPhone 555 Third Avo. CITY AND DISTRICT Ail Bakers Reduce Prlci All the 'bakers in the city have fall- eu. in line with the reduction in the price of bread, and the householder as a result gets more loaves for his money. Mr. Turner in Town Fred Turner, of Magrath, is a visi- tor in the city today. .Mr. Turner says that his town will be well represented at the Congress next week. Many Visitors at Park Yesterday afternoon Henderson Park was again thronged with visitors and the street cars benefited accord- ingly. Bank Improvements j The .Merchants Bank on Third av-." enue South, it is expected, intends shortly to make some effective im- provements on the front of its pre- mises. Meet Tomorrow Night A meeting of the Lethbridge Poul- try and Pet Sioek association will he held tomorrow evening at seven o'- clock, in the Board of Trade building, when arrangements will be made for the annual poultry show on December and is said to furnish the very choicest and tenderest Veal. In thm case our Calves must have capered a lot, for our pairons tell us that no chicken was ever Tender as our Veal. But all our .Meats receive the same mi- quaHfiefl praise from our cus- tomers. Our cattle Is thc best and onr poultry is killed fresh daily, G. A. Delany Boys' Rally a Success The Boys' Rally Day service at the Caledonian Hal) was well ob- served yesterday by sovpral special scujj-s, recitations, etc., at the close of the regular Sunday school session. There were a number of new hoys pre- sent, and it. ia honerl to build up a good working hoys' class. Next Sun- day -will be observed as a general rally flay, following up the girls' ami boys' rally days of the two previous Sun- davs, it is hoped to have one hundred in attendance. A special pro- gramme will be rendered at the close of the Sunday school hour, to which all are invited. Higin- botham's Pulmonic Syrup Since 1848 a house- hold stand-by, in Eastern Canada. 25c, 50c, and !pl.0f) Bottles J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 BUSINESS LOCALS Shaving Requisites you are wanting any article io complete your shaving toilet, you find That we have a complete stock TALCUM POWDER, AFTER-SHAVE. STYPTIC PENCILS, SAFETY RAZORS, RAZOR STRAPS. SHAVING BRUSHES, SHAVING SOAPS. ZIP, ETC., ETC. KENNY ALLIN DRUGS. STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES. OLIVER BLOCK DISPENSING CHEMISTS PHONE 1487 Douks Going to B, C. Two of the longest passenger trains ever seen on this division of the P. U.. have passed through the city wuhin the past two days. On Satur- day afternoon a passenger made up of cars went west. This morn- ing a soroml passenger train of fif- teen passeiistT cars. went, through slinnly after eisln o'clock. Roth car- ried Doukhohors hound for the Xelson (iisirict in British Columbia. Alto- stithpr there were about fifteen hun- dred Doukhchors In the two parties, who arfi Ipavinp their Saskatchewan hound For Rritish Colum- bia, where they 'will form a new col- Phone 666 ths Messenger Service lor prompt message and baggage delivery- Notice: Pianos and up, easy payments- Organs and HIJ: ?5 per month. Mason Risen Ltd., New Dominion Block. We make clothes with b.eiich made. The Crown Cleaning Works. For quick baggage service, phone 670. Res Cisar Store. Ange Improving Joe Angc, who 'Was overcome with smoke during the burning of the Doug- las store in the North Ward last Sat- urday morning. Is still in the hospital, Jjut 13 making rapid progress towards recovery. Rev. A, C. Bryan Coming Rev. A. C. Bryan, of Wanton, who has received a unanimous call to he- come minister of St. Andrew's Pres- byterian Church, North Ward, will be in the city next week for the purpose of conferring with the church offi- cials here. A. E. Humphries Home Inspector" of Immigration Agencies A. E. Humphries arrived back in the city yesterday morning, from an ex- tended visit to Spokane and other points. Humphries says that the Cry-Farming Congress is causing keen interest among Spokane business .men 'who will travel to Lethbridge in a special train next week. 'Likes Lethbridge Dr. Howson, of Moose Jaw, was a visitor in the city today, looking over his real estate holdings here, with which he is highly pleased. Dr. How- son bought his laud here four years ago, and says he lias great hopes for the future growth of Lethbridge. He visited Henderson Park yesterday, which, he says, has the ear marks of a substantial residential district. Took off Cheque In the Saturday edition through a typographical error the Kentish So- ciety was credited with sending Mrs.' Sattin a cheque for instead of ?158.15. The mistake was purely due to a typographical error. The cheque was the result of the smoking con- cert, and was a tribute to the gener- osity of the Englishmen. Milk River Mercantile Co. In a recent news budget from Milk River, the correspondent stated that the Milk River .Mercantile Co., Ltd., had been bought out 'by Mr. F. H. Elliott, Mr. W. Macdonald, for the company, writes repudiating the story, stating there has" been no change, the company, as of yore, be- ing still in business and coming strong er than ever. The Herald regrets that the correspondent made a mistake, which, no doubt, was Quite uninten- tional. Manitoba Exhibit Lost Joseph Poison, of Winnipeg, who is in the city for the purpose of arrang- ing the Manitoba Dry-Farming exhibit, is a very much "worried man today. Mr. Poison is awaiting the arrival of the exhibit which left Winnipeg on October a last. The C. P. R., so far has been unable to trace thc car con-, taming the exhibit, and Sir. Poison is consequently at loss to know what to do. If the car fails to get here week, the Manitoba exhibit will have to be called off. But Mr. Poison it; a very optimistic gentleman, and hopes that the much-wanted car will put in Us appearance before many more hours have More Big Potatoes David King, ex-alderman, is making a reputation for himself as a potato farmer. On Saturday ho dug a hill of potatoes and found one spud, whit- tipped the scales at four pounds. He claims it is the record breaker for this! part of the province. Potatoes on thoj small truck farms east of the city, are i a very heavy crop this year, one mem-J her of the Herald staff who, in his spare time, farms a patch out way, having raised over fifty tons of' (he finest spuds from an eight-acre j tract. I Jaich Was Too Fresh j Henry Jaieh and Leopold Zaleski i this morning brought charges against I H. A. Smith, attorney, fur non-payment i i of wages. The cases were dismissed, as it was shown the men would' be paid their full wages if they would go hack and finish the work they were hired to do. After court was dismiss- ed Jaich waited outside for Mr. Smith, ami delivered his opinion in very lurid language, This rat and the ire of a couple of tor man ,and we make it our business as well as our pride to supply It lor Che lowest prleea. When well-fed your stock will look better, do better work and give better returns on your In- vestment than where False economy is practiced. To try UB Is to be convinced; J. G. Hanrahan Phone 149 Athlellc PlrtC The Range A There is only one best. The range that's built on honor, of the besl materials. Known the world over as a perfect baker. Always uniform, airtight oven, lined throughout with asbestos. Saves half your fuel bill. The Great Majestic Range The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd, CORNER 5th 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE Happy Thought Range Given Away FREE Cash Purchase of Entitles You to One Key THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endless Canvas Belts; Leather Belting; Rubber Belting; Lace Leather. Penberthy Injectors, Oil and GARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES Large Stock Immediate Shipment Agents for Canadian Fairbanki-Morje Oil Tractors, Gasolln. Engines, Etc. Orders from THE TRADE especially .elicited J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 755 and 1755 Lethbridge, Alia. S. ;