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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta FUCK TO ALL TRAINS Windsor Btlt 11.26 Dny Hctll In ____ TEe Uthbridge Daly Herald f WHEN IN LCTHtRJOOC Dalian Hotel the Bttt ind Mott _____ Unt to SUy Hardly a day passes but what you need them. A pur OL scales bought from us cost only a few dollars ;it the moat, enable yon to KNOW not to GUESS and save their price many times, many ways in a year. CW.Gray "The ttore that you money" Delegates POST1 CARDS, SO UVEMRS PENNANTS AT ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK PHONE 1.265 Agents for Empire and Underwood Typewriters Kodaks Piitv your films and supplies from The Funk 'LTedlcy Co. We have a fresh stock of sensitive, goods just arrived. See us for the best in photo supplies. Eastman's goods are tho leaders- The Frank Hedley Drug Go. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL BABY FOODS Of All Kinds Don't let the child starve, give H nourishment. Give it the food that agrees with it. Ask your doctor or ask us, probably we can assist you. "We make a specialty of infant foods. Prom the variety carry you will have no difficulty ill selecting a food that ugree with ,baby. We can serve you with many other liAby requisites that will save yon time and trouble. JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS .SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 Dry-Farmed Products of All Descriptions Displayed in Klslu now everyone Is liilureniecl ill the Ury-Farming Congress, especially Is hold 111 bridgu this year.. CJur wish is thHt everybody-interesKul In Agriculture may learn bettor Dry-Ionium: methods at till! I'dnKrcss this year. Our store Is Illled with Dry-Farmed Products awl ovurybody Is cord- hilly invited to inspect the goods. The following are u few of them: POTATOES, large, dry and mvaly. grown In Southern Alberta, per heads, 12lbs. for 25c SWEDE TURNIPS, 15tt> for................25c for.......................... 25c. for................ 25c. B. C. Ibs. for................... 25c. DRY for.................. 25o. SPANISH for................25c HUBBARD SQUASH, per PIE .lb................... 05o. SWEET POTATOES, for............. 25c. GRAVENSTEIN No. 1 stock aud of au exceptional fine flavor, per 5lHb disc JONATHAN kind that have a fla- vor of their own. All nice, largo size ,per nOln rase OTHER case............S1-75 CONCORD of the season, ]ier Sib basket '15c- NIAGARA Sib basket 45c. TOKAY 71b basket........... 75c MUSCAT 7Ib basket........65c. lb................... I5o. of people have viewed our Dry-Farmed products on display in our window. Be sure imd see this display. Ton miss part of the Congress if you do noi. _PHONES_ THE GOOD COMPANY __PHONES_ Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Grocery Dept. Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHEl 46 44 Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, clear Calgary, clear Medicine Hatf clear iMucleod, clear ..-_..... York ton, (.-lear Estevau, clear .Moose Jaw, cloudy Brandon Ve'grevUIe. clear Regina, cloudy 43 Virden, clear 38 Brooks, clear 50 Swift Curreiit, clear Indian Head, clear AVinnipcg, clear. Port Arthur, cloudy Kamloops, fair The weather throughout the prairie .provinces has been for the -most part fair, and Iti all districts cold and frosty during the night... Forecasts Manitoba and South erly winds, fair, not much change in temperature. Alberta Fair and comparttveiy warm today. Wednesday: Unsettled and showery. 47 39 50 44 43 58 44 .36 Special Sleepers for Calgary There will be two sleepers attach- ed to the 3.50 a.m. train for Calgary, and they will 'be on the track and j available for use at 10 o'clock tonight. There will also be a sleeper for Medi- cine Hat. These sleepers will prove quite a boon, and bookings can be J made at any time. Cadets Win Friends As the Congress work progresses, additional visitors continue to pour in from every point, and still accommo. dation is being found for every one. The Cadets are winning many friends for Iheir obliging disposition in con- veying the various visitors to their respective headquarters. All ques- tions are being answered agreeably and intelligently, and visitors on ev- ery hand, have nothing but warm praise for the cordiality with which they are being received. Does It Not Tempt You? The choicest South- em Alberta grown .meats' and poultry, fresh daily. Bought from the market that handles the quality produce. G. A. Delany Visitors: 'Be sure.and 'look over our lino of Souvenir goods sucli POSTALS, VIEW BOOKS.-PENNANTS, LETHBRIUGE EMBOSS- .ED NOTE PAPER, PAPER WEIGHTS, PINS, ETC. KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OLIVER BLOCK DISPENSING CHEMISTS PHONE H87 CITY AND'DISTRICT Where Lioydminster Leads Tliere's the "Great the "Last aud the "Last Great West." Lioydminster leads in the "LasbGreat West" as the biggest prize-winner of any district the same size in all West- ern Souvenir Leather Goods and Genuine Indian Made Goods Visitors _Uo '.the Congress will find here a large stock of fine souvenir articles and local hi Post Cards and CITY AND DISTRICT Ask Man at Booth If you haven't heard of Lloydinin- 'ster, ask the man at the exhihit 'booth under the grand stand. Lloydminster offers excellent opportunities for safe and profitable investment' and homo S. O. E. Dance Tonight Tho S. 0. K. will give a daucu in the S. 0. E. hall on Tenth street, adjoining the Y. 31. C. A. this evening at nine o'clock. -The musical programme is an attractive one, while refreshments, will served. Drug Book Co., Limited KK -Third Aye. BUSINESS LOCALS You can secure perfect title to Gal- vin's 5-ftcre garden tracts at any time purchase price is fully paid. We solicit your Patronage. The Crown Cleaning Works. You will have a feeling oC indepen- dence by securing a 5-acre garden tract so close to a city of Lethbridge's preseTiL iTnportanco ami bright future prospects., Phone G6G the Messenger Service lor prompt message and baggage delivery. Tho price Ji-nd terms on Galvin's gar- den tracts -ire so reasonable that you can't, afford to miss securing one. See ad. page 3. You are invited to inspect Galvin's garden tracts before purchasing. See ad. page 3. For quick uagRage service, phone 870. Rex Cisar Storo. Galvin will not have enough 5-acre garden tracts to go around. Don't be late in making application for one, or you will draw u. blasik. Tho Ladies' Aid of Wesley Church will serve supper, next, week in the of the church beginning at 5.30 each evening. For you can secure a 5 acre garden tract close to the city. See Galvin'a ad. on page 3, I have for sale the finest oik head In Alberta. This head can be seen with the Manitoba exhibit. For par- ticulars phone 433 or call at 1S11 6lh Ave. N. Fifteen tons of potatoes per acre is the yiulcl produced by land in the vicinity of Oalvi-n's 5-aoro garden tracts sit, to per ton, tha pric-a paid Tor potatoes lust you hiive money this year loft, paying foi" 11 five-acre garden tract and fill other 'oxpe'nncB connected with cultivating tlwito, Welcome To Our City The Rexall Store Extends its Welcome 'to the Congress' visitors. Our services arc at your disposal. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. TELEPHONE NO. 322 CITY AAU DISTRICT Street Car Traffic Heavy The car service today is working splendidly and expcrlitiously. This forenoon every car conveyed capacity crowds to the exposition grounds. Police Court News Business at the police court this morning was, on the whole, very fiulct. Peter Henderson, Wm. cott and .las. Lyons were taxed the coats of the court for, creating a dis- turbance by fighting. Albert L...Taylor was fined and costs for disorder- ly conduct. Wm. Smith was soaked ten dollars and coats for using abus- ive and insulting language to peace officials. Great Dairy Centre Thirty-two hundred pounds of butter per week is the average output for Ijloydminster, All eyes are on Sas- katchewan, and especially the north- ern part of tho province. Lloyd min- ster occupies an enviable position, both to Alberta and Saskatchewan. Yon ought, to acquainted with Seo jhn IJoyilniinsrer exhibit nnxlerl'.Uie .'gmiHl stand ar. the 1' Visiting Oddfellows Invited Oddfellows' Lodge, No. of this city, will confer the first degree to- night, in the I. O. O. P. hall, corner of Fourth avenue and Fifth street South, at which all vjsitliig Oddfel- lows will be made welcome. The hall will be open day and night for the con- venience of all brethren, who wish to attend to any correspondence Hudson's Bay Improvements E. E. Carver, architect, has just re- ceived instructions to have the entii'e front of the Hudson's Bay store, on Fifth street South completely re-mod- elled in an up-to-date-manner, includ- ing the installing of an artistic tea room and other conveniences fcr the comfort of visitors.' These improve- ments will be gone on with almost im- mediately. Contract Let Building in the city promises to be- come very brisk, judging from the op- inions expressed today by prominent contractors. The contract for the 000 Empress Theatre building on -Pifih street South was let today to Smith Bros. Wilson, who have already be- gun work on the building, which will be finished and ready for occupancy by the middle of-December. G, E. Nobles is the architect for the work. City is Law Abiding When seen by the Herald today, Mayor Hatch took the opportunity expressing his thanks to the citizens of Lethbridge for their attitude in as- sisting in catering to of the many visitors, who are'in c midst. The 'Mayor expressed great satisfaction at the support being ac- corded toy all law abiding citizens in helping to remedy the recent trouble in the police department, which is to- day in fine working order. No trouble of any kind 1ms so far arisen, and the police authorities have the situation W'dl in hand. Speaking with regard to the new quarters for the police the Mayor stated that these 'would be ready for occupation within the next ten days. The Spokane Chaperone The most genial, smiling delegate of all from over the line is T. J. Wall, whose mother named him Thomas, but whom all of his 'friends call "Tom" for short. He is the general manager, noohbali, and banker 1'or th'o entire Spokane and Inland Empire delega- tion, and the busiest man in Leth- bridge since his arrival. Mr. Wall is the general agent of the Canadian PacJ Itic Railway at Spolrane, and he has worked Indcfatigably for several weeks to get together the crowd of boosters he brought here, and every- body is loud in their praise for the efficient manner in Which ho has seen that every detail was carried our. Al- though a number of the party will return tonight, there will be several remaining over tomorrow, and some throughout the pie.etings, and those who will stay have express- ed regrets that they 'will not en'joy the .company of Mr. Wall on their return trip, ,as, ho will have to return with the first party tonight.. They are planning to sivo him a he- fore the train leaves, and they have already showered him with all.sorts of souvenirs, from sacks of wheat, alfal- fa etc., to coal in block, ami he is accepting nil sit'ls with pleas- Where To Purchase Stpves and Ranges .'We wish to announce that in addition to our extensive stock of House Furnishings, we liavo added a complete lino of STOVES AND RANGES Theso ranges are made bv one of tho most famous Canadian sh or. or on our Easy Payment System, which enablea every loiBo to luivo Uie finest ranso on the market i liberal for CASH. Couio In and talk it over, Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawd en Brothers USE "VERIBRITE" TO POLISH FURNITURE 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 625 Save 8 per cent, on Groceries NOT WEEK-END PRICES BUT OUR EVERY DAY PRICES CANNED Raspberries, 3Ih tins; Strawberries Peaches Pineapples, Pears. .Cherries; Gooseberries, Black Cirri-inn' Regular price. 2Sc; Our price 20c per tin APHICOTSi-2 1-2 tiil 30 cents. GOODWILUB'S JARS, 30 cents. The Premium Grocery 324-11th St. South Opposite Terrills PHONE 574 Jewel Gas Ranges For Natural Gas Two, three or four burners. JJouble and Single Ovens. With circulating water heating connections for boiler or with copper reservoir. Ovens equipped with Grave's Patent Lighter, ensuring absolute safety, accidents impos- sible. 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. AETHBRIDCE Happy Thought Range Given Away Cash Purchase of Entitles You to One Key INVESTIGATE tor yourself oar or't reiterated claims: for tho olenniim'.sK and tho excellence of tlio oats, hay, and' other grains mid feed we supply to so ninny horse and cilltle owners. Don't oven take Iholr word for a sniiill quantity a7ul try it out for your own SiiUaiaoliiii, us II. will to tho saliufiicllon of your stock. J.C. Hiinrahan- Phone 318 Athletic Park ;