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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta UK BUt TO ALU TRAINS J./ill H�tol Windsor i- mU ' MtltlJtia Day Hott) In UTe Uthbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN l.tTHBNIDat -;ii(l if von oudds all liv'sli and ilic (jiiiility TOKAY GRAPES in TH' baskpts. inice ouiili 76c MUSCAT GRAPES, In 7I1 l)a�kRts. prico eixcli ...........40c. ORANGES, c. t'itio lot of meiiium sl/.i-d ones, nil Ht \>pv dozen........................... 40c. BANANAS-Shipmcnty by i-xpress dHllj. price I�?r dozen ............................. 50c. B. C. CELERY-Well blenched and very crisp, 2 lbs. for ................................. 25c. siiid.v oui' week-end list. Our nud price {U"i> always right. APPLES-Wo hiivo 8cn\ired anolUer very fiiio lot of Uraven.fteins, Knows, Wenltliios, .Mnliii'ii lltush and Wolf IUvitb nml wlille tUey lusl you can have your cliolce nt per notb. casu .$1.75 CRAB APPLES-Alinoft over for this year. We linvi- h few ul .per uOUi chbo ............ $2.60 RIPE TOMATOES-11. C.'s in 51b baskoiH, poi-liaskpt.................................40c. ONTARIO'S per .Sib basket................. 70c. ONTARIO'S, per IClb basket ............$1.10 QUINCE-21bs for..................... 25c. GflEEN TOMATOES-per lb..............OSJ-ic GREEN PEPPERS, per dozen.......26c and 30c I'resli Kiieehill and Wild Rose Oreaiuery lUittcr, per lb..........40c -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 525 Wliolesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL -PHONES- Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. We Make a Big Hit With our Kew Fish and Poultry Department. You are invited to inspect our display and how our meats are iiandled, G. A. Delany PHONE 452 i;ie sure and look ovor our line of Sowenir goods such as- POSTALS, VIEW BOOKS, PENNANTS, LETHBRIOOE EMBOSSED NOTE PAPER, PAPER WEIGHTS, PINS, ETC. KENNY & ALUN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OLIVER BLOCK DISPENSING CHEMISTS PHONE 1487 WEATHEB Lethbridge, clear ...... 49 Eamonton........ .. 44 Calgary, fair........ 42 JIacleod, clear........47 Corcnatlon, clear ..... 42 Lloydmlnster, cloudy .. 38 Brooks, cloudy....... 40 Battleford, cloudy .. .. 4(> Saskatoon, cloudy..... Sfl Swift Current, clear .... 42 Indian Head, clear .... 40 Jloose Jaw, clear...... 41 Winnipeg, cloudy..... 44 Port Arthur, cloudy.. .. C4 4S .0� Kamloops.......... 44 ' oti .1.' Nelson, clear........ ol. Qu'Appelle, clear...... -48 Regina, clear........ 56 Pentlcton, clear...... 53 30 .01 A little snow now falling In Northern Alberta, and a few scattered slAwer.s. R.Tin has fallen in iManitolia, but fair and cool weather has been general over the prairie provinces. Foreeait Manitoba-Fair today. Sunday: Cold and unsettled, with local falls of rain or sleet. . Saskatchewan and Alberta-Strong winds; cold and uniettled, with local falls of snow and ralr;. , 29 24 32 20 20 24  30 24 23 28 2S 22 34 4S ' 3G 38 28 2*5 30 CITY AND DISTRICT S. o. E. Will Hold Dance The S. O. E. win hold a dance on Tuesday, in tJie S. O. E. hall at i) p.m. Private Greeting Cards for Christmas JUST THE THING FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE To avoid risk of dlsappoint-meiH you should place your order for these N0^\�, Your name and address engraved on each card without extra cost.^i The Red Cross Drug & Book Co., Limited Phone 555 Third Ave. CITY AND DISTRICT Called to Vancouver Hev. A. O. Patterson, of Granuni, ha.s been called to Kerrlsdaio Presbyterian Church, Vancouver. Wliere To 2>urchaae Stoves and Ranges We Avish l,o announce that in addition to our extensive stock of Ilonsc FuriusUingis', Ave, have addiul a eoniplete liin; ol' WTOVES AND KANciES These ranges are made by one of the inosi fnmons Canadian manufacturers. Absolutely reliable in every roapect, and most economical. Prices, ail the way from- !{4]4.00 to .1^70.(10 for cash or on our Easy Payment Syetem, whIcK enables every homo to have the finest range on the market. We give a liberal dlscoinit for CASH. Comu In nnn talk It over. \ Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers USE "VERIBRITE" TO POLISH FURNITURE 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 62S iy New Church at Bow Island Tho Roman Catholics are erecting a fine new chapel ut Bow Island. The foundation is laid and tho work on the edifice will be rushed. To Reside Here Nelson News: Harry K. Do\iglas, accompanied by hia wife, left the city ealerday for I^ethbridge. where lie will have charge of the Western Canada Investment Co.'s branch office. Collection at Band Concert iVdmission to the band concert in the Majestic Theatre tomorrow evening win be iliy silver collection at the door on entering. City Merchants Decorations Several of tho city stores tqday are conspictious for effective window displays,' featuring sheafs of grain and other products of the soil. Mr. Whitetidee In Town O. S. Whltesldes, manager of the colUories at Coleman, is In the city today on business for the company. Decorations Tonight The city will be lit up tonight with the electrical decorations which have been put up this week for the Congress. W. E. Scott in City W. E. Scott, deputy minister of agriculture for British Columbia, arrived in the city yesterday, and will remain during Congi-ess week. Death of a Visitor The death occurred in tho city yesterday of .lames Wallace, aged (57 years, after an lilne'sB of several weeks. The deceased came here from Whitlaah, Mont., about a month ago on a visit. He was a member of the Church of the Latter Day Saints. The funeral will take place on Monday uf-lernoon to the public cemetery. BUSINESS LOCALS You tjan secure perfect title to Calvin's 5-acre garden tracts at any time purchase price is fully paid. 2C3-0 You will have a feeling of independence by securing a 5-acre garden tract �o close to a city of I.^thbrldge'y preseiit importance and bright future prospects. 26,1-0 Phone 066 the Messenger Service (or pro.npt message and baggane delivery. Tlie price and terms on Oalvln'n garden tracts are so reasonable that you can't afford to miss securing one. See ad. page 3. 2t)3-0 You are Invited to Inspect Gaivln's garden tracts before purchasing. See ad. page 3. 263-0 For quick baggage service, phone 670. Rex Cigar Store. 13-0 R. W, Close, expert piano tuner and repair man with Mason & Rlsch Piano Co.. Phone 791. 2C3-2 Galvin will not have enough n-aore gardoii tracts lo go around. Don't be late In making application for one. or you will draw a blatik. 263-0 The Ladies' Aid of Wesley Church will serve supper next weak 'In the basement of the church beginning at 5.30 eacli evening, - 361-0 For |50 you can secure a � acre garden tract clcao to the city. &36 Gaivln's ad. on page 3. 268-0 rifteen tons of potatoes per acre is the yield produced by land In tho vicinity of Galvin'a 5-aore garden tracts at $3,'J to |40 per ton. the price paid for potatoes last -apring, you would have money this year left, after paying for a five-acre garden tract and all other oxpeusea .connect,ed with cultivating them, etc, 2fi3-p,0 The barber shop of the city will Ije open from 8 Ui � p.m.'ulV he.\t Vbek, ' Keep Tab on Your Weight We have installed a Pair-bank'-s standard scale In the store. Drop ta and get your Weight, yoiir height also, It's good information to possess. i. J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. TELEPHONE NO. 322 e; CITY AND DISTRICT Not Connected with Poker Air. Brenkenrldge, tho owner of the Crow's Nest Pool Room states that the recent rnid on the jjoker room the Oliver Blcck, is in no way oonfiect ed with his business, and lie has connection whatever with any game poker. Save 8 per cent, on Groceries Cut out the monthly account busiuess. Don't pay bills for th� slow-pays and dead-beats;, instead of giving 8% to deiinquents, wo have decided to kIvo it to our Independent cash customers. Wo couldn't do this If we ran a credit business. Watch this ad. for particulars. The Premium Grocery 324-11th St. South PHONE 574 Dine at Y. M. c. A. For the convenience of Congress visitors, the Y. M. C. A. have arranged to utilize the bowling alleys on its premises as a dining rocin, Instead of using tents as at first intended. To Visit Congress .7. H. Noelunds, of the C. P. R. at Calgary, formerly a resident of this city, arrived In the city last night, and will spend a few days visiting at the Congress. Associated Boards of Trade The Associated Boards of Trade executive will.hold a meeting la the city next W^ednesday afternoon, when all the members are expected lo be present. Arrangements will then be made for the annual meeting to be held at Macleod, on December 3. Warbound Greeks Over a tlozen Greeks arrived in tlie city last night from Pliicher Creek, on their way to the scene of war in the Balkan slates. In company with other local Greeks, the party will leave on .Monday tor its destination. Jewel Gas Ranges For Natural Gas Two, tliree or four burners. * Double and (Single OA^ens. With circulating- water heating connections for holler or with copper reservoir. Ovens etiulpped with Grave's Patent Lighter, ensuring absolute safety, accidents impossible. Prevents lighting hack in the air mixer. . Gas appliances for coal ranges. Gas Heaters. , . The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER 5th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE Colorado Exhibit Arrives The Colorado exhibit, which will be in charge ot C. H. Hlnmaii, of Fort Collins, Colo., arrived last night, having been attached to the Great Falls passenger traip. The delay In the arrival of this exhibit has cauied the Judges to delay commencement of their task. Chance for the Boys The boys of the'city can make big money ueiling the Herald to delegates and visitors to the Congress next week. A chance to make In a few hours more than your father does in a day. tluatlo to tlie Herald on .Monday afternoon at four o'clocii, and make some easy money for Christinas. Dr. Wldstoe to Speak Special religious services will be hold In tho S. O. E. hnll, under the auspices of ihe Church of Jnsus Christ of Latter Day Saints on Sunday at 10 a.m., 2 p.m., and 7 p.m. Professor WIdtsoe, president of tlie Dry-Farming Contfross, will address the meeting on tlie doctrines of the church. Other members of tho Utah delegation will ul.qo speak. The public la most cordially luvlled to be present, Those Interested In what tho Mormons believe should endeavor to attend these services on Sunday next. Happy Thought Range Given Away FREE Cash Purchase of $2.00 Entitles You to One Key C.P.R. Exhibit Fine One Norman S. Rankin and Bertram S. Smith, ot tho CP.R. department of Natural Resources, arrived in the city yesterday, to attend tho Congress In i.hlch they are particularly interested, cvViig to a fine exhibit 'which la being made by thO department with which they are 'C9nncctod. .1, S, Den-hls, liead of the department, will ar-fivo early next* week. Temporary Mall Delivery For the convenience of the OryFar. mlng Congress delegates, tho post office department have opened a special temporary mail delivery station Ju the Hull Block, directly opposite the Dry-Farming offices on Third avonuo South, In the Royal Bank building. Postal officials will do all in their power to handle the Incoming mail of everyone directly connected with the Dr)'Farming Exposition. Special com binatlon iot.tor ami parcel boxes will be erected on tho Exposition grounds tor the convenience of nil delegntos and other visitors. It is Important to note that tho mail delivery service in tho Hull BloeU is for tho exfiuslve use cfiDry-Farming doiegates only. . ROOFING MATERIAL PAROID AND cei^TAINTEED COMPO ' rubber roofing none betv;:'r -:- fully guaranteed Wo air- larry in stock a full line of Tarred Feit - Steel Shingles - Corrugated Iron Tarred and Plain Building Papers Waterproof and Insulating Papers We are hoadtpiarters for hulIdoiR' supplion of all kinds Mail Orders receive prompt attention. J. B. Turney & Company importers AND jobbers Phon'^o 755 and 1755 Lethbridue, Alta. 1245-2nd Ave. S., 1; is I i'vi s S)l ?; If" 1. ;