Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
FMIE TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor 8wt a D.x Howl In AIMrta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald WINTER APPLES AND PEARS Imvc tliCMi in oToal varieiy. Tin- car which _ unloaded 'last i'roiu W.nsliuiivron and thr! I'rixe apples' piirdiasod at the aw'aspli'iidid lot of frail, and Aril I do anyone good to see flUMIl. j All winter varieties of apples..lo choose from. Cases ijUlhs to Price from Sjil.fw io Si.OO. JVarsareaHirood winter sloek: ('uses weighing 401bs. lo I'riee eai-h. tnu'l Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale, Dept. 1271. Of every ihiusiu sour home.! there is nothing .else which is so hard (or you to tell if It Is really good, .hi? cutlery. Our knowledge of these goods is such ihat we give an aii.ioluto guarantee of satisfaction with every article we sell. Xot only aro such goods less expensive In tho long run when uuughL-ul our store, hut you have tlio added satisfaction which every true tvoamu enjoys in having nice tilings ana good .things in her home. C. W. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" WEATHEK While They Last The Farmers' Encyclopedia Webster's Reliable Dictionary, leather binding and indexed at .....................51.50 White House Cock Book, the largest cook book published price.................. 91.25 And many others text books. AT. Engines and How to nun them the Traction Engine, its Use and Abuse Dr. Gunn'a Family the book to have' In your home ..'iiV............ ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE New Whitney Block 1st Door Wcit of Union for Royal and Office Supplies Do You Qwh Chickens? If they are not thriving or laying, give Crushed Bone. Crushed Oyster Shell." r' Pi-atts Poultry Ee'gulators. The Frank Hedley Drug Co., have a fresh stock of. all clwae. The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL 34 -M 'iS ;M 42 45 34. 27 Lethbridge, cloudy foggy clear Hat iMucIeod. clear Brooks, snow Coronation, fair Vegreville, foggy Winnipeg, snow Regiim, cloudy Moose Jaw. cloudy Port Arthur, cloudy 44 Kamioops........., 24 Grand Forks........ 45 The' weather has turned colder throughout the prairie provin- ces; snow has fallen at many places in Manitoba, accompanied by high Winds, and a few snowfalls have oc- curred ia Southern Alberta. ere tho weather hus'toeen generally fair. Forecast northwest winds clearing. Wednesday, fair and cool. Saskatchewan and and cool. little CITY AND DISTRICT To Meet Tonight The Y. -M. C. A. debntiui? cluh will meet at eight o'clock this evening. BABY FOODS Of All Kinds Don't let the child starve, give It nourishment. Give It the food Unit agrees with it. Ask your doctor or ask us, prohably we cau assist you. We maKe a ypecialty of iofaut foods. From the variety wo carry you will have no difficulty in selecting a food that will asrce with haby. We cim serve you with many other baby requisites that will save you time aud trouble. JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1233 Court Star Officers Last night'Court Star A. 0. F. held their regular meeting, the business.of the evening .being The following: members composed the de- gree Messrs. C. S. Slaguire, E." R. Hooker, J. B.- Clarke, J. Filnier. N. Naylcr, "G. Chiswick, F. C. Hossiter, G. Mossey, A.'J. Scott-, T. Short, A. Arnold, D. C. Hooker, T. H. Fleet- wood, jr.: G. Filmer and'Jas. Hooker. Death of Mrs. Magey Tho death occurred in the city yes- terday of Susana Magey, aged 35, wife of George Magey, residing at River view. Deceased, who had (been ailing for tbe past three weeks, is sur- vived by her .hushuud, and, one youns aon. The funeral will take :phice to- morrow from St. Patrick's Church to tho Catholic cemetery. Kilties for Oklahoma Before leaving for Oklahoma City, 0. A. Brewer and Marie Woodeaon conferred with tho Lethbridge Kiltie liand, and engaged them to ccme tc Oklahoma City for next year during Congress weak. The Kilties arc a graat attraction anywhere, and es- pecially in the south, where- the music of the Highlands ia im unknown quan- tity. The .band made a good impres- sion here last week, and will have a fine trip to look forward to next fall. The Brand of the Cattle makes a.tliiTereiice in quality of tho moat.. AVe'buy oil our cattle sheep.' hog's and poul- try J'rom Southern Alberta ranchers. There's mine' better. After'the Speed Fiends Speed fiends ar-a liable to find -them- selves in court almost any morning now, for the police have instructions to liring all offenders before tho cadi so that they may be dealt with as their case may require. There is too much joy riding on the streets, espec- ially on streets 'which are paved. Several accidents to passengers get- ting off street cars have .been narrow- ly averted lately, and in future the police will take particular notice to sec that auto drivers do not pass standing street cars at a furious pace which would mean a serious accident to anyon-c getting off the car in front of a racing machine. Chief TJa.viB instructed his men in 'this matter ami developments arc awaited. G. A. Delany PHONE 452 Developing and Printing x films and for devolop- iii'g ami'printing.' i We guarantee satisfactory prices are, A. full'line of photographic supplies til ways in stock KENNY ALfclN Saturday's Police Court Saturday's Police Court Canada and California are two "dif- ferent countries when ij, coraes to currying concealed weapons. J. War- wick found this out Saturday morning when ho drew down a fine of five dolhr." and costs for'.keeping a Sav- In his-pistol pocket, and besides tho gun was also confiscated. On Saturday the police received 'word, from Bow Island to. apprehend, Gus Sliultz, charged wHli ccmuillting ,a fraud. Sergt. Kronlng put and grabbed tho man who held Nyal's Soothing Syrup As 'a rule do not advise any soothing syrup to: fretful babies, for ot'ter their wakefulness and crying-are symptoms of indi- when this is the case Nyal's Laxcna will bring relief by regulating the suv niach and bowels. There are tjmos th'ough, when the-'cryhjs baby so gets on its mother's nerves that she must-have some rest and peace and then she will find Nyal's 3fiQthlcs Syrup just what she wants to bring quick ease and quiet to the uneasy and disturbing infant. Price 25 cents. Contain no opiates what- ever. Produces a natural healthy drowsiness. The Red Cross Drug Book is the time to replenish your Msh Gloljo'." or purchase A large stock of gold flsli just in: Don't delay your orders. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. TELEPHONE NO. 322 BUSINESS LOCALS Phone GfiB the Messenger Service for prompt message and baggage delivery. Gnlvin's garden tracts are in line with Lethbridgc's growth. For "quick baggage service, phone C70. Rex Cigar You have ,not been offered anything to compare with what Ci.ilvln offers acre garden tracts on Page 2G7-G ONLY TWO MONTHS until Christmas Don't delay "ordering your Christmas greetings until too late. See the beaut iful range at the Herald Job Depart- ment Special meeting of the Canadian Drtler of Foresters will be held in the K. of October .list. All members requested to attend the initiation. 211- It morning.August ecuux.miM before Maagistrato BeiiUey' to.nn- swor aiich a charge. Ho was givcira strong warning anil 1bcaYdos lined and costn or In default Um (toys in CITY AND DISTRICT To Watch .Lethbridge ,Interests .7. W, JIcNlchol is attending a meet- ing of the Western Canada racing cir- cuit In Calgary, and from there he goes to N'ew Westminster, B.C., to at- tend a meeting' of the Western Can- ada Fairs'association. Tonight Council will sit tonight in special session for the purpose of dis- cussing tbp-ne.w city Charter, which has been -laid on the talilo for the past.-two The charter will be taken, up gcctlo'h by section, as th-ere arc a largo lumber of amendments ro- nulrfid bcforo it. will be allowed to go to tUp k'Blalalure, ,s CITY AN D DISTRICT Voters' List Ready TliQ new voters' list will be com- pleted 'within a few days, mid all vot- ers will havo an opportunity to sec .that their names are on the roll be- is closed. A Proper Move In future candy and cigar sales on Sunday -will be tabooed as being in contravention to the Lord's Day Ob- servance Act. Restaurant keepers and cigar stands have all been noti-. fled that 3nt'riugem-ent of the will i in future come under the notice of the! police, and that they arc to govern themselves accordingly. Honor for Some One Supt. of the city schools, has received 'word that the Duke of Comiaugui will present oiie pupil in the schools of each city which he-vis- ited with a bronze medal. The selec- tion of tho fortunate scholar in each city is to be left to the Board of EG ucation. The selection here will be made at an early date. A Great Booster O. L. (Moore and J. H. McCallvmi, in charts of the Olds exhibit, left Sat- urday afternoon for hujne and well pleased with -the publicity that their district and town has enjoyed at the Congress. The boosting that man can do for his town certainly should -be appreciated .by -the organ- ization which commissioned him to "conduct the and which he certainly seemed to glory in. "Olds, (JO miles north cC Calgary, and where dairying ainl mixed farming are inalc-j ing the farmers 'was the 'noise'' heard from one end of Hie exhibition building to tho other, and the sample of rich soil an front, of him, which lie termed his and the samples of wonderful growth about him, to- gether with the exhibit of Laurentla milk seemed good support for his claim. A Uniform Bylaw W. H. Mcech, building inspector, has returned from Calgary, where he attended the meeting of building in- spectors from all western cities, who met for the purpose of formulating a uniform building bylaw for all towns and cities in Western Canada. The meeting 'was successful, and a bylaw was drawn up which, it is thought, will meet with the approval of all towns and cities. The city of Calgary will prepare the bylaw in legal form1 and another mee.ting of the executive committee will be held about the end uf February, when it 'will bo put into shape to submit to tho municipal gov- ernments of all cities. The bylaw is drafted in some forty clauses, and in making it law in any city or town, the council may adopt only such clauses as may he deemed, necessary to en- force in that place, in this way any difficulties as to the size of the town and its adaptability to tho bylaw will be overcome. Me Aleech is a mem- ber of- the executive committee. Capt. Pease Welcomed Home Tho Salvation Army meetings held in the Bijou Theatre on .Sunday were conducted by Kusi.mi Andrews and Captain Poasc. A hearty welcome was extended to Captain Pease on her re- turn 'to Leihbridge, after spending six weeks' furlough in Toronto. The cap-j lain attended while there the fall congress, six days of special meet-! ings, held in Mnssey Hall and other j large buildings in Toronto. Conimis.; sioner Reea and Colonel accoin imnied by ail the leading officers in Canada1, lock ciiarge of these meet- ings. There 'were over five hundred field officers attending ths congress meetings. Captain Pease related many of tho hlcsainwa sho received at these meetings. She also assisted several 'prison meedngs a-round Toron- to. Every citizen and friend of the Army in -.Lotbhridge will pleaded to know, that their old friend Ensign is in charge of the prison work at, Guelph, where he. is much 'for his work by ihe firisbnbrfi. Tlio officors he-ro aro still on under Rrcat- difficulties 11. hnving no hall at. present, for Week- tight meetings. BORN To Mr. and Mrs. L. Keel, on .Ofitobcr a spu. Where To Purchase Steles and Ranges Uo io .iiiiMiimcu that in addition to Olir slock of House .'Purnislmi.rs we liaiaddpd ,i complete line of STOVES AND f most fumous Canadian economic to dg.e's Greatest Home Furnish Brothers er cent, on Groceri oi our attractive prfoes 6Tbs Carre. Cabb; Bibs. Ontor 26tfcs. pou IDOtb pot Spanish Concord Grapes Pesrs, per 1b. Cranberries, per rb. Special B. C. sfannr, 20Tb sack TUFF, Opposite TJerrills Ranges fatiiral Gas Prcvennt Gas G as He i T-KO, tli rfoin ;ni With u-ti ig vatfl- heating connections 10 L II' )M Oven's _ Patent Lighter, )lnle accidents impos- sible. CORNER StNl the u'ir mixer. The Mfra Co. Ltd- 4th AVE. H8RIDGE Rang fen Away of to One Key Material ,PAROIDR1AINTEED COMPO RUBBER ROOFINQ NOiRif PULLY GUARANTEED in stocl; a full lino of 1-4Stccl Shingles Corrugated Iron Plain Building Paper ;rproof and Insulatlna Papers aiders lor WMars 'supplies of all kinds. IV33-. RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION Jurney Company PO.RTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 75 _ J-.'ljbridoo, Alia. Avc. 3.