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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta PftlE IIM TO ALL Hotel Windsor i O.y HfM In Dry-Farmed Products of All Descriptions Displayed in Our Window held In Loth. HiKht now weryono is Interested In the Dry- Farming Coup-ess. especially il this Our wish that everybody interested In Agriculture may Iran, bollur Dry-Wriiilni; ractniiUs at the Coiifirau this year. Our store Is lined with Dr.v-Farmed Products and everybody is cord- ially iiivmii to inspect the goods. The following are a few of thorn: POTATOES, large, dry and mealy, grown in bomhoru Alberta, per cwt...............jinn heads. 121DS. for zee SWEDE TURNIPS, 151b for............ 25c for for............... B. C. Ibs. for..........'.'.' DRY for SPANISH for........ HUSBARD SQUASH, per tb PIE Ih SWEET POTATOES, Slb's. fo'-....... 25c. 25c. 25c. 25c. 25c 05c 05c. 25c. GRAVENSTE1N No. 1 stock ami ot an exceptional flue flavor, per iiOlb case JONATHAN kind that have 11 fla- vor of tlielr own. All nice largo size .per SOU) case................................ OTHER ease............51.75 CONCORD gt the station, per SIli .......................I... 45c. baske NIAGARA Sib basket TOKAY "Hi basket MUSCAT 71D basket Ib............... Thousands of people have viewed our Dry-Panned products on display in our window and see this display. you miss part of the Congress if you do not. 75c 65c. 15c. Where To Purchase Stoves and Ranges 1U_ We wish announce that in addition to extensive stock of House .F we have added n .complete lino of STOVES AND RANGES to 4 properly furnished kitehan Is Just as Important as nice .things in the parlor and they lot lew. They make housework a pleasure Instead of a drudgery. We have all the recent Inven- tions that save time and do better cooking. C. W. Gray The itore that Mvei you money" -PHONES- THE GOOD COMPANY Delegates GET JROST-CARDS; SOUVENIRS AND PENNANTS At ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK' FIRJT OOOR WEST OF UNION BANK PHONE 1283 Agents for Empire and Underwood Typewriter! Have You Forgotten Your Hair Briish? We have a'special that will sn.it you. Price 35 cents See this special Hair Brush at The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL BABY FOODS Of All Kinds -PHONES Grocery Dcpt. 525 Wholesale Dipt. 127i HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT AND. CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ------PHONES------ Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale1 Dept. 1271. WEATHER Lethbrldge, clear 51 Edmonton, cloudy 50 Calgary, cloudy...... 53 Macleod, clear........ -IS Medicine Hat, clear Coronation, clear...... 4 3rooks, clear 5S Vegreville, clear...... 41 ..loydminster, clear 45 Jrince Albert, cloudy 46 Jattlrford, cloudy..... 48 Saskatoon, cloudy..... 49 Swift Current 52 Regina, cloudy.......- 54 loose Ja'w, cloudy 57 Brandon, cloudy ____.. 52 Winnipeg, clear...... 44 Port Arthur, clear 3S Nelson............. 40 Grand Forks........ 43 Peuticton.......... 47 Fair and cool weather has prevail- ed throughout the prairie provinces, though temperatures have been some- what higher at many places. Forecast today and Thurs- day, unsettled with light local falls of snow or rain. and. tled, with local showers. Thursday: j Northerly winds, becoming with local snow falls. j CITY AJVD DISTRICT Off to Ottawa Hon Martin Burrell left last night "or Ottawa. Mr. Rlley Visited Show Harold Riley, M.P.P., for Gleichen, as in attendance at the Congress on londay. Don't let the child starve, give it nourishment. Oiye It the food that apesE with It. Aik your doctor or ask us, probably we JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 Does It Not Tempt You The choicest South- ern Alberta grown .meats and poultry, fresh daily. Bought from the market that handles the quality produce. G. A. Delany PHONE 452 Visitors: Be sure and iooic over our line of Souvenir gooda such POSTALS, VIEW BOOKS. PENNANTS, UETHBRIOGE EMBOSS- ED NOTE PAPER, PAPER WEIOHTS, PINS, ETC. KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES .OLIVER BLOCK DISPENSING CHEMISTS PHONE 1487 Maple Creek Visitor H. A. Greeley, ex-M.P.P. for MapL 'reek, but now a resident of. Calgary has been attending the Congress Ex-Mayor Cousins Enthusiastic Wm. Cousins, of Medicine Hat, is an enthusiast over the Congress and the Exposition. He has been In the city since the opening. Maple Creek Visitors Among the Maple .Creek people at the Congress are John Dlxon and Charles McCarthy. Mr. Dixon was one of the representatives of his pro- vince at Colorado Springs last year. Meeting at Sundial Hon. Charles Stewart, Minister of Municipalities, will address a meet- ing In regard to municipal organiza- tion at Sundial on Saturday evening. Moving to Taber Robert MeLachlan, who has been i most esteemed resident of Grassy for several years, is moving to Taber next week. Souvenir Leather Goods and Genuine, Indian Made Goods Visitors to the Congress will find hero a large stock of fine souvenir articles and local views in Post Cards and The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited CITY A.M> DISTRICT Police on Duty O.ypr a dozen policemen in uniform are oil duty in the cit> today In ad- dition to a number of plain clothes men and everything Is inovinc along smoothly. 1 Lethbridge's Greatest Hnme Furnishers Bawden Brothers USE "VERIBRITE" TO POLISH FURNITURE 70D THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 625 Save 8 per cent on Phong 555 Third Ave. Remanded for Trial Before Inspector West at the Mount- d Police barracks -'today. Henry eigler, a farm hand working for Whitney of this city, wa-.; re- landed for trial at the next court of criminal jurisdiction here n the charge of false pretences re- arding the trading of a certain grey orse branded .1. D., the cumplaintant eing Hobert Harrie. of Diamond City he accused was admitted to hail In ie sum of 5200 himself and one sc- irity, Walter Whruiey, In ?200 Have a Drink! Pure Delicious "HYGEIA WATER" In half gallon porcelain stop- pered bottles. Ju-st the thing for the hotel roomers. Supply your visitors. Only 25 cents A bottle J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. TELEPHONE NO. 322 See B. C. Views Moving pictures depicting scenes in British Columbia will bo a feature at! the Stariaud tonight and tomorrow light. Tlie collection of views is de- clared to be extremely good. He Is a Hustler A. J. Tasker, of the Sterling Trusts Corporation of Reglnn, is In the city -Mr. Tasker is looking after the inter- ests the Plaiuview Fanniu" Co who are handling their Marquis wheat at the Congress. He Knows a Good Thing S. S. Moore, LM..P.P., Pinto Creek, Sask., is a visitor at the Con-1 gross. He is loud in its praises and is also most complimentary to Leth- bridse, which'he thinks'is a very modern city. The Premium Grocery J. TUFF. PROPRIETIES J Senator Pope Delighted Senator Rufus Pope left last even- ing for Ottawa. He hadn't been in Lethbriflge in ten years, and declared he hardly knew tli'e place. He had many commendatory remarks to of- fer in regard to our .public improve- ments. Big Manufacturer a Visitor Sir Melvin Jones, president of the tassey-IIarris Co., was a visitor in ho city. He is deeply impressed i cvith the development of tile south nd the company have ambitious plans n vtew for a general extension oj leir business. south Drunks in Police Court Three drunks came up before the agistrate In police court -tills morn- g and were dismissed with the ad- ce to be good. Two others were re- anded until 24th inst. Pat Purceil as fined ?3.00 anil costs for being E. Stevenson was sent to the irracks for ten days on a charge vagrancy. G. AIlos was remanded n-til 24th next on the charge of as- ulting a woman named Lizzie Tuxon. Highfield's Great Crops T. S. Hlscocks. H. V. Croppley, Carl I eson and A. C. Croppley, enteroris- ing farmers of the district are in the city taking in the Congress. They report fine crops in that part of the" country. .Most of the wheat graded No. 1 and tlie average yield was 22 bushels to the acre. Flax was good and the average yield is 15 bush- els. Oats hit an average of 75 bushels to Uie acre. Illghflcld is fourteen miles south of Bcrdett. Jewel Gas Ranges For Natural Gas Two, three or four burners. Double and Single Ovens. With circulating- water heating connections lor boiler or with copper reservoir. Ovens equipped with Grave's Patent Lighter ensuring absolute safety, accidents impos- sible. i Prevents lighting back in the air mixer. Gas appliances for coal ranges. G as Heaters. ,x( The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd- CORNER 5th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRID3E Two Small Fires About 11.30 last night, the residence L. jM. Johnston, on 4th Avenue, in me unaccountable manner caught re between the ceiling and the floor I of tho top storey. The fire brigade were quickly on the scene but the fire proved so slight thai it wza extin- guished with the aid of the chemicals in a few minutes, the damage being trifling. About, two hours later firemen received another hurry up call to 'Mr. Hay ward's resilience ou 15th street, where a chemnoy blaix- ftarted on the roof, which was speedily smothered without much damage It was on this call that one of the lire horses from Ko. 2 station expired from sonic unknown cause. It thouBht inat tho anlmnl may have became overtaxed, owlni; to tho strain In run- to both fires nt ao short inter- BUSINESS LOCALS Phone GGfrtliti UTessragcr Service for prompt mrasaje and baggage delivery. G.'ilvin's garden tracts are In line with Lethbridge's growth. For baggaye service, phone 670. Rex Clsar store. The Ladies' Aid of Wesley Church will serve supper next week In the basement of the church beginning at 5.30 each evening. I have for sale tho finest elk heac in Alberta. This head can be seei with tho Manitoba exhibit. For uar ticulars phone -133 or call at 1811 till Ave. N 2UG-2 You have not befin offered anything to compare with what Oalvin offers in 3 acre garden tracts-on Page 3. 267-0 Exclusive to the Monarch, Turklsh- talian War spectacle tonight. Morris Theatre unable to run same on ac- count of stock show. Be sure and see -that thrilling torical feature "Tlie Battle of Two Palms" at tlie .Monarch tonteht. The most important engagement of the Turco-ltnlian war. To Attend the Assizes Hon. A. G. .McKay, o{ Edmonton, was In the city on Monday anil Tuea. (lay. rrturnlnir to the capital last nlslil. lie will ..be In attendance at the assizes here next Merely a Dope Dream A rjimor which is being given undue prominence in thn city at the present time to tlie effect that Constable bkelton, of Toronto, who has been ap- pointed Inspector on the local police force is a brother-in-law of Chief Davis is absolutely without foundation. ]i order to get at the truth a Hendd representative -today put the question to toe Ohief, who quietly said, "Skol- ton is no more related to' me than you arc. Relations play no part in my i aim to equip the police force with I cdleient servants. is to give the public of my host anil that best Is a police force which will be thor- oughly efficient in every department. Royal Arch Mason Meet Tonight Among the visitors to tlie city are doubtless many Royal Arch Masons, who will he pleased to know Hint Shekinah Chapter, No. IM, D.A.M.. meets in regular convocation tonight at 8 o'clock, in tlie .Masonic hall. Post Office block, when the M.M.M. greo will be conferred, and a cordial welco'mo will he extended to all visit- ing companions. Tomorrow night Lethbrldge Lodge No. 30, A.F. and A.F. will confer the third degree (Canadian work) the Masonic hull, visiting .brethren will he heartily welcomed. Tlioiiglit Range S3 iven Away iase of You to One Key HIS ORGAN DENIES IT Portage lr; Prairie, Man., Ocl 22- I'lio local Conservative ncwsnat.or lenles that 'Hon. Hugh Arnislrons'ln- tends retiring from pubnc, ,u the cud of liis present term. for yourself oar uft reiterated claims for the cleanliness and the'excellence of the oats, hay, and .other grains and feed wo supply to so many horse and cattle owners. Don't even tako lieir word Tor II- -h'iy a slmtil quantity awl try It out for your own satisfaction, ns It will bo to tho satisfaction of your stock. J. C. Ilniiraliiin Phone 349' Athletic Park iJ ;