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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor 11.25 a Day Haul In Albti-ta a f rtev Ihe Lethbridge Daily IN LETHBRIBOK The 1 Dallas Hotel U 801 and Moit Convvft- lent Place to Stay Apples of Quality The World's I'rrxe Winners ;U (he Dry-Fanning; Congress, won by tho Ih'itish Columbia Mxliihil. Wo hnvo puroliascil all (Jio apples by ibo Armstrong Board of Tratlo-and (hoy will on salo riii'hi iho Congress. Your t-hbioo of I he lot, por box JjfcJ.OO aro jusl nnloadiii'V a onr of .'Fancy Washington Winter Apples and Winter Pears and they are very ox Ira fancy-stock. PEIt Milt. PRICK PKll 401b. CASK: 51.65 to 52.25 and........................... Come early and secure some qf this choice fruit at low prices. -----PHONES----- Grocery Dept. 521 Wholesale Dept. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCcHS FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ------PHONES----- Grocery Dept. Wholesale Dept. 1271. A properly furnished kitchen is. Just :is important us nice tilings in the parlor and they cost a lot le; They make housework a pleasure [instead of a Unulgery, We have Kll the intent inven- tions that save time and do better cooking. C. W. Gray "The store that saves you money" WEATHER Wliile They Last The Farmers' Encyclopedia Webster's Reliable Dictionary, leather' bidding and indexed st White House Ccnk Book, the largest cook book published price And many others text books. AT Farm How to Run The Traction Engine, its Use and Dr. Gu'nn's Family the book to have in your home 52.50 ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE New Whitney Block 1st Door of Union Bank Agents for Royal Typewriters and Office. Supplies Lethbridge, c'ear........ 48 i Edmonton, clear -IS Calgary, fair-----......... -IS Medicine Hat. fair........ 30 Maeleod, clear........... -I" Red Deer, clear.......... j Broks, clear............ 55 i Coronation, clear Vegreville, clear..... Itegiua, clear Prince Albert, clear Swift Current, clear Winnipeg, fair....... Brandon, fair......., Port Arthur, clear Pentictou.......... rain...... Grand Forks........ Tiie weather throughout the prairie provinces has been mostly fair and mild. Forecast All and mild. 43 50 -IS 50 AS 2S CITY AND DISTRICT For Post Cards, Booklets, Views, Paper, Envelopes, Stationery, try The Frank Medley Drug Co, Acting Premier Hon. Chas. R. Mitchell, will bo act- ing premier during Premier Si f ton's absouce< in England. ''..Editors See the Show Editors Gowe, Macleod Spectator, and Clark.-'Hlgh River Times, were visitors at the Congress yesterday. Remodel Bank The entire front of the Merchants Bank will be re-modelled in an1'-up-to- date manner, the work to be begun next week. Souvenir Leather Goods and Genuine Indian Made Goods Visitors to the Congress wtll find here a large stock of fine souvenir articles and local views in Post Cards and booklets. The Red Cross Drug Book Limited Phone Third Ave. OPPOSITE DALLAS ;HOTEL BABY FOODS Of Ail Kinds DOn'i let the child starve, give 1t. nourishment. Give it the food that, agrees with it. Ask your doctor or ask us, probably wo can assist yon. We nmke a specialty of infant foods. From the variety wu carry you will have no difficulty In selecting a food that will agree with baby. We can serve you with many other baby requisites that will save you'time and trouble. JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 Does It Not Tempt You The choicest Soufh- ern Alberta grown meats and poultry, I'resh daily.. Bought from the market that handles the quality produce. G. A. Delany PHONE 452 Bank Clearings j The bank' clearings' for-the past! week amounted to as ag- J ainst for th-3 previous week. l.O.O.F. Courteaies Many visiting I. O. O. P. brethren took advantage "of the courtesies ex- tended by the local in Inviting them to use the F. O. 6. F. hall for the purpose of attending to correspond- ence. Rev. A. C. Bryan's Induction The Rev. A. C. Bryan, minister-elect of St. Andrew's Church, will be induct- ed into his new tha-rge on Thursday, October 31, in the auditorium of the church. Business and Pleasure John Sifton, son of the Hon. Clif- ford Sifton, Ottawa, ait end-art the Con- gress yesterday. He will make a fly- ing.trip over the country covered by the South Alberta irrigation system. A Holiday Event A Thanksgiving social will be held on .Monday -evening, October 28, at the home of Mr. R. Tiffin, in the White School district. Mr. Slav in Leaves Tonight "W. T. Slavin, of Kamloops, secretary of-the British Columbia Inland Board of Trade, who is in charge of the K3.111- Iciops district exhibit in the British Columbia building, leaves for .Moose .la wioiught, to attend to business matters Irafore returning to Kamloops. Birds! 1 f. 8 An two hundred Kurtz Mountain Warblers and Andreaaburg Trained 'Rollers, and other fancy binls. Remarkable yal- ue far below market prices. Bird fanciers should not over- look this Prices for this week only; Hartz Mountain Warblers S2.50 eacli Trained Roller Canaries (Reg. ?10.QO) to 56.00" Fancy Cage Birds .it Corres- pondingly Low Prices On sale for a limited time only at J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. CITY AA'D DISTKICT Goes to Regina I IT. It. JMnunselt. who has been on i tho stall of Hie Hank of {'OHMIIOITO at JMonareh, has been transferred [0 Ke- Building Inspectors Meet J-I. W. Afeeoh, dty assessor, is in attending tlio meeting of the building inspectors of western i-itjes for; tlio purpose of formulating a imi-j i'or'ui building code for Can-1 ada '.East Banks on Lethbridge Mr. Mitford has returned from a trip to Ontario, While away he hnd j great si tec-ess in disposing of Leth-j -teal estate. He anys that pie acquainted 'with tile west have j great in the future of Leth bridge- ilt Suits the Farmer ftlr. F. I'll. Chapman, B.A., managing editor of .Farmers' Magazine, of To- j routo and 'Winnipeg, has been in town during the week. This 'bright' breezy magazine certainly cutting a goodi swath iu the farm home interest in Alberta. It Is the right kind. Governors Leave for Home, Lieutenanl'.-Govemor Bulyea and Mrs, Einlyea left yesterday afternoon for Edmonton.. Capt. Gillespie, A.D.C.. was a memo ?r of the party. Lieuten- ant-Governor Brown and Mrs. Brown went out on the Saskatchewan special last TELEPHONE NO. 322 Drunku In Police Court Eleven drunks appeared before the beak this morning in police court, and the majority of them were dismissed. The others wero fined the tests of the court. GeoTgie McKinley got five days for disorderly conduct. Two vags. got three hours sva rt to beat it for other climes. Mike 'Sbl-esky had to pay ?S and costs for interfering with the police. Fred was remanded un- til tomorrow nxrrning on the charge cf theft. Lethbridiie Did Well Macleod Advertiser; 'The only thing remaining to be said is that Leth- j bridge rose to lUic occasion and handled the Can as though world conventions K'ere -every day af- fairs. The decorations were ..handsome and in gnod taste, there was r-opm and beds tor all, there was ,no disposition 10 "jioiige" the visitor, and the spirit of o-.pun-handed hospi- tality and friendliness- manifested on every hand will render the Dry-Farm- ing Congress of 1912 over memorable. BUSINESS LOCALS Phone CGfi the Messenger Service for provnpt mcasace and delivery. Calvin's garden tracts are in line with Lethbrirlge's growth. 0 The auction sale of land advertised Wednesday's Herald will take place at Freeman-Macleod Co. '3 office Sat- urday morning at 10.30. For quick baggage service, phone 670. Rex CiRar Store. 13-0 .An excellent opportunity to get a lllindrpd good farm at Ppeenmn-Macleoa Cn.'.s lllllulron Locates in Red Deer Rod DOBI- Advocate; Dr. ,omorrow monii ]1UI) late of Miigruth. is corning In with Waddington, auctionoer. 2BS-1 Dra. Collisoa and Gray. Dr. Sanders j you not. been offered unyttllng is a graduate! of .McOill, and a class-1 to compare wit.li what Galvin offers in mats of Dr. Colllson, and has had !icrc farden tracte on Pago 3. Old Country training, and carries Edln j Special attention givtn to out-of. I town orders. fiMm burgh and London degrees. Works. The Crown Cleaning Visitors: Be sure and look over our line of Souvenir goods such POSTALS, VIEW BOOKS, PENNANTS, LETHBRIDGE EMBOSS- ED NOTE PAPER, PAPER-WEIGHTS, PINS, ETC. KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES BLOCK DISPENSING CHEMISTS PHONE 1487 Special meeting under the auapicts Departure of Visitors Of the B. C. delegates will be held at Lua night the outgoing C. p. K. 10 a.m. tomorrow in Wesley church. trains were taxed to thsir utmos: Subjects, Kootenay as a home and the acity, particularly those leaving for C03t solved" by j. j. John- ston, Nelson B. C. "Fruit. Growing Business" by J. J. Campbell, Port. B. C. Other speakers will bo present. Practical information given and questions answered. Don't forget the auction sale of 11 IK ficros on the Little River. A Ilrst. class Block farm. Sale at 1.0.30 tomorrow morning at Frcenwn: Macleod Uo.'s olllcc. Cardston. The lute special, which left here at'eleven p.m., was crowded. Al- together, in the neighborhood of eight hundred excursionists travelled by tho Cardston trains last evening. Delegates Mall Dry-Farming dBleffat.es who have had -mail directed to them here, and tuny still be lying at. the post off fee after their denarlum from the City, are reriucHteri to file at tho pout offlco hero a "change of address no- containing InstrucUo'iiH with" re. ganl to the forwarding of correspond- enct? upon torrnlnrttlon of city. __ .Senator Bostock Pleased Senator Hewitt Bostock, who him A New Variety of Winter Wheat A very interesting feature of the Congress is sheaf