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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta FMC TO ALL Hotel Windsor a Oiy In Altwrta The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LETHIRIDQI i The Dallas Hold the Beit and Moit L lent Plact to Stay A properly furnished kitchen is just as important :is nice 'dilngs in the parlor ;iml ihey cost a lot lesa. They make liousmvork a pleasure Instead c? n dnulgery. We have all the recent inven- tions that save timo and do better cooking. C. W. Gray The store that saves you money" While They Last The Farmers' Encyclopedia Webster's Reliable Dictionary, leather foi'jiimc and indexed at S1.50 White House ConK Book, the largost rook book published price And many others text books.-AT Farm Engines and How to Run The Traction Engine, its Use and Dr. Gunn's Family tlie book to have in your home ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE New Whitney Block 1st Door West of Union Bank Aoents for Royal Typewriters and Office Suppllesr Have You Forgotten Your Hair Brush? We have a special that' will suit you. Price 35 cents See this special Hair Brush at The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL BABY FOODS Of All Kinds Dont let the child starve, give it nourishment. Give it the food thai agrees with it. Ask your doctor or ask us, probably we can assist, you. We make a specialty of infant foods. Prom the variety we carry, you will have no difficulty in selecting a food that will fcgree with baby. We can serve you with many other baby requisites that will save you time trouble. JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS UK BLOCK PHONE 1232 Does It Not Tempt You The choicest South- ern Alberta grown meats, and poultry, .fresh daily. Bought from tlie market that handles the quality produce. G. A. DeJany PHONE 452 Visitors: Be sure and look ovei our line of Souvenir goods such BOOKS, PENNANTS, LETHBRIDGE EMBOSS- ED NOTE PAPER, PAPER WEIGHTS, PINS, ETC. KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OLIVER BLOCK DISPENSING CHEMISTS PHONE 1487 Quality and Better Service, at the Most Moderate Prices ARE THE POINTS ALWAYS AIMED AT, AT THIS STORE Wo are unloudlUK today u cur of Fancy Winter Apples I.VOU! .limi wo run truthfully say they arc really fancy in color, flavor and size, sucli varieties-us Jonathans. 3pys. Hcd, Oiveniuss, .U'lnc'says, wpltzoaberRs, Autumn, Straw- berry, Baldwins, elc. FI-UT IVr Case, to Sl.iM) SOME WINTER PEARS SUCH AS KEIFERS, ANJOUS AND IDAHOS ill 'this cur as well lit per -UHh case...................................................... Come early and secure some of this choice fruit. THE GOOD COMPANY ------PHONES------ Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ------PHONES------ Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. WEATHER I Lethbrhlge, clear...... 52 j Kdmonion, clear -18 I Calvary, clear -18 Medicine Hat, clear 50 j Humboldt, clear -H i Swift Current, clear 50 j Hrouks, clear 59 i Hramlon, clear.............; 55 I iJordtMi, clear 58 1 Nelson 44 Red Deer, cloudy 37 Macleod, clear -IS Prince Albert, clear 43 Regina, cloudy 5-1 Coronation, clear 48 Saskatoon, fair 49 iloose Jaw 52 25 Winnipeg, clear 54 -10 Port Arthur, fair 3S 20 j The weather has been mostly fair I over the prairie provinces, and tem- peratures have been much the same, j slightly higher at manv places. I FORECAST Western Provinces Fine and mild. CITY AND DISTRICT 25 an ao so 25 3U 33 37 37 33 33 30 2S 24 32 27 Schools Re-open Tomorrow The city schools will re-open tomor- row, and all parents are' requested to see that their children attend. No Delays There will 'be no delays a't the -Mor. ria Theatre tonight, when "Managing .Mildred'1 will be presented. The cur- tain 'will rise at S o'clock prompt. Masonic Meeting Tonight Letlvbridge Lodge, No. A'P. and A_M. will hold Jlri emergent meeting to ftight at S In the'SIasonic hall, Posj Office .block, when the third de- gree -will be conferred. Visiting breth- ren are cordially welcome.- Souvenir Leather Goods and Genuine Indian Made Goods Visitors to the Congress will find here a largo stock of fine souvenir articles and local vidws in Post Cards and booklets. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited ii Phone 555, CITY AND DISTRICT Skelton Coming Immediately Chief Davis.received a wire.today from Inspector Skelton, savins' he coming to this cfty immediately. The Chief expects Skelton to leave Toronto this evening, and arrive ii-ere on Sunday. A Busy Morning Twenty-one cases in 45 minutes were disposed of by Magistrate Beut- ley iu police court this morning. Drunks and disorderlies were the charges and the usual and costs were imposed and paid cheerfully. Mr. Brandrlth's Good Work Mr. J. Brandrith, exhibition com- missioner for British Columbia, is un- fortunately confined to his room with a severe attack of asthma. The mag. nificent exhibit in BiiJlding B, which every visitor is in ecstasies over, wag gathered under Mr. Brandrith's super- vision, and is but another triumph add- ed (to the many he has secured for his province. A Sure Gopher Killer IE people do not know about the Boldimn gopher poison, it will not be 'the fault of Douglas Larimer. He has an exhibit at the grounds, and is kept busy cxplaining'the 'merits of this ef- fective pest exterminator. iMr Lari- mer states that this comparatively new remedy for a great evil is gain- ing popularity rapidly. In fact, busi- ness lias multiplied two thousand per cent, in past two years. He 19 most gratified, and feels sure the more farmers learn of Dolduan's the more it will be used. Good Postal Accommodation J.D.HIGINBOTHAM LIMITED Family Dispensing Chemlitt Rexall Cold Tablets Carry a box in your pocket Good medicine for these changeable days. 25c the Box J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. THE REXALL STORE BUSINESS LOCALS Phone GGG the Messenger Service for pro-.upt message and baggagR delivery. Galvin's garden tracts are iii line with Lethbridge's growth. Life Insurance Man Here George A. Somcrville, Sonera! man- ager of the Manufacturers' Life Insur- ance Co. is a visitor in the city from Toronto. .Air. Somcrvillu is one" of Ca- nada's well known financiers, and is taking a business trip through ihe Western provinces, nis visit to this city comes at a very opportune time, as it affords Air. Somervllle an op- portunity of looking over the Congress exhibits. Mr. Somervlllc is interested largely In the Chinook Coal Cot here. He la much impressed with the Held here as a location for investments. At the present Xnme the 'Manufacturers' Life have over one million dollars in- vested In Southern Alberta, and it is more than likely that .Mr. SomervlHe's visit will result in widespread benefit to 'the province. Yesterday, in com- pany with friends, Mr. Somerville vis- ited the south country, which impress- ed him very much. P. A. Wintemute, Southern Alberta manager, and W. D. Mackay, loan manager, all for the Manufacturers, are also here with Mr. and they, are more Ujan delighted 'with the Congress. They predict that the future of Loth bridge Is now assured. MISS MATHEWS A CHARMING LADY GAVE A PLEASING ADDRESS ON DOMESTIC MORNING'S GATHERING A grea't many delegates attending the Congress have expressed their ap- for quick nagsagc service, phono 670. Rex Cigar The Ladies' Aid of Wesley Church will serve supper next week In the basement of the church beginning at 5.30 eacli evening. o Yon have not been offered anything to compare with what Galvin offers in 5 acre garden tracts on Fuse 3. 2'i7-U m, make clothes with quality. The Iireciation oi tho excellent accommo- dation provided .by the postal depart- Crown Cleaning Works. 1 Special meeting under the auspices of the B. C. delegates will be held at ment. Many of the delegates snppos.jlO a.m. tomorrow in Wesley church, ed it would have been necessary Subjects, Kooteiiay as a home and the to have fione to the general pest of- fice tor their mall, but were agreeably 'when they were In formed that a special sub-office had been op- cost of living by J. J. John- Eton, Nelson B. C. "Fruit Growing Business" by J. J. Campbell, Willow Port, B. C. Other speakers be present. Practical information given etied for their convenience, where, and questions answered, stamps could bo, purchased, letters' mailed and a general.post office bust ness transacted. Letter boxes wero placed at the exhibition, and mail de- livered to exhibitors at the grounds. Tho Herald was Informed that Chief Superintendent lioss came personally to soe that proper arrangements were made. Aeststnnt-Inspec'ror Humphries came to r.ethbrldse laal wfiele and ar- nuiRod for the most efficient service possible. The Postal department is Io conKva til lifted en giving sur.h excel- lent accorumadetlon BELIEVE TORONTO MEN WERE LOST Toronto, Oct. the har- bor commissioners of Toronto were nskod to try to locate the motorbout "Go Soon" In -which Kllswood and Charles Hoss left Smith's Kails for Toronto two weeks ago. Nothing has been heard from thorn since their ar- rival at Toronto a week afio on .Mon- day, and it la foarcd thai they havoi heon lost. j lu easy and pleasant siyto, Miss Irma.'lifi Matt hows spoke at the morn, ing sessions of the Congress on the phase of woman's work she was en- gaged in, namely, the teaching of do- mestic science to farm, women by means of Itinerant schools. The time of regarding parlor accomplishments as alone neesssary for women is past, and the queenly accomplishments arc recognized as those made at home. The problem 'which tho itinerant schools had to solve was the creating of interest in parents so that they would give the children the opportnn- Ity of making-use of the advantages which they never had. .Women's work was generally con- sidered to consist of demonstrations, but 'this does not apply to the -work of tho itinerant schools. Common-sense was the first ingredient for every wo- man to use. H was little use talking, the women are required 'to come into the cars of the agricultural trains, and to give what they saw, the most inten- sive attention. It was important flint the teachers in these scbcols should have had ;i previous training. If was not much good engaging Temporary -professors for different stages of the journey, 'who were apt to talk to women in scientific terms which were ovor their heads. The underlying plan in the scheme cf ibe Itinerant, schools was to make (heir work intensive and not extensive. Philosophy of Agricultural Extension Professor Hinman dwelt on this phase, lie wns net satisfied with pre- sent day methods. A change in the samo required much patience and in- volved leadership, not domination, it in better to influence tine man in a community to do ono thing than it is to get, a largo number of people to .corns and listen to tm address and to go away merely saying "That man IK a good talker." Transforming Processes Professor J. H. Grisdale tohl the audience that ihe problem which tho .experimental farm was at present quietly endeavoring to 'work out was the'.processes for changing the grain farms into mixes! farms, and then back again to grain farina in conformation to tho science of farming- This WHS to bo effected by rotation moilioiU, and many had been experimented on. In this rotation mol.hod 'the latter part cf tliu problem was tho great or, namcl- ly the transforming of meadows ImcIttiKdin-fntn Inml. work is being successfully done, and the results will lie of much importance. Where To Purchase Stoves and Ranges; Wo to finnonnco, Unit in addition to; our extensive shifk of House AVO havo lidded a complete line oL' STOVES AND RANGES Those ranges ;m> made by one of the most famous Canadian: manufacturers. AltfwliiU'ly in every respect, and most economical. Prices, all iho way from to for cash or on our Easy Payment System, which enables every homo to have finest range- on tho market. give u liberal discount for CASH. Come in and talk it over. i-etkkriclge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawcfen Brothers USE "VERIBRITE" TO POLISH FURNITURE' 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE Save 8 per cent, on Groceries A few of our attractive prices. Carrots iOc. choice Apples Bros. Cabbage............. 10c. 25c. Stlis. Onions '.'.'.___ potatoes 100lbs. potatoes 25c. IUUIDS. potatoes......... S5c. Spanish Onions, 5IDs. for ..25c. 1- Box Apples Concord Grapes 45c. Pears, per It. .j.... rears, per ID. 10c. Cranberries, per Tb. ..i.J. I5c. Special Offer B. C. Sugar, 20th sack The Premium Grocery 324-11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrills PHONE'.574 Jewel Gas Ranges For Natural Gas Two, three or four burners. Doalilo 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. Pj-events'lighting back in the air mixer. Gas appliances for coal ranges. Gas Heaters. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd- CORNER 5th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDQE Cash Purchase of Entitles You to One Key INVESTIGATE for yourself o.ir oft reiterated claims for the clcnuiinnss and tile excellence of oMs, hay, anil other (-rains and feed we supply to .horio and cattle owners. Don't. lake Ihcir word for a aniiill quantity :inil try it, out for your own sntlsfiii'.lion, as ii. will ho to till! Elitiifaction ol your slock. J. C. Hitm-nlKsn Mhlfiic Park ;