Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
U mri TO TVAIM i Hctol Wlndmir M TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald 0 WHEN IN J The 4 to th. knt Our Midsummer Sale the Housekeeper's BARGAIN FEAST ''Phis is oij.r house denning' time and many are go'uio-at i-ost. Bui the oi' the.article, not the eost to us deU'iTuine its value to you. No matter how low.the cost, the goods are always de- pendable. XOAV i? the time to buy everyiliino- found in a complete and. up-to-date hardw'are .store. C.W.GRAY The store that saves you money Note Papers You find that our stock of NOTE PAPERS is the largest ia ;be city. We carry all the LATEST Papers made by Eaton, and Pifce: also the less expensive paper. You will have sat- isfaction if you SELECT your paper from our stock. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY SLOCK rmrr OOOH WEST or UNION IANK. iMt FOR EMPIUS ANC UNOCKWOOD Start September Right by Getting Some Good Preserving Fruit The 11reserving- fruit, sonsou I'or t his ycar.is iioariiijj; an cii'd and nny- HO wniiliii.si1 Italian .1'mi res'or HiinleU pears should liiise llie.se -roods Trices an-right and-qualify is 1'iiie. or Klbcrtn's, the finest quality mill properly multireel, per case Kreustones: a tew left at iwr case 95c. ITALIAN pi-ach boxes, large sizo ywes. per case........................ ITALIAN PRUNES, a little siimllcr ra.je. per case.................................. 'ITALIAN baskets to orate, per crato WATERMELONS, per It..................05c SILVER PRUNES, Four banket crates, per mite BARTLETT ckseB. 'I'liie price only while our prtstmt supply lasts, per ease Pears are to bo Mglier hi price when hare to buy Hgain. RIPE evtra choice onew Troll) In 4 basket craies. per orate RIPE pouch hoses, per CANTELOUPES, each, 10c and'lSc PHONES: Crvcvry Dcpt. Ut Wnoltulo Cepi itn. Ice Cream DepL THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS Ml CHEAM FflUIT OONFECT'BNEUt WHOLESALE RETAIL PHONES! Ml Dirt. uri. Orum Dtpt. WEATHEK Kdmcmton, fair............. fiO Krai Deer, fair................ 5ti Brooks, cloudy ti5 l.ethbridse, raining (12 Battleforii, clomiy 02 Saskatoon, clomiy......... 58 Elbow, clomiy KG Yorkton, cloudy fio 3S .Ili 3Ioose Jaw, fair lJu'Appelle, fair Broadview, clear Estevan, clear j Dauphin, clear (Port Arthur, dear Nelson j Vetrceville, clouily I'alsarv, cloudy i Jlacieud. clear .-._ Medicine Hat. cloudy (Prince Albert, .cloudy Humfaoltit, clomiy 50 TO M 70 69 7-1 -1-1 34 -IS lit 5fi "3 6t> lit) -t-t 60 3S IS 43 -4! 71 PS 87 41 KODAKS Let us do your Developing? We aiiai-antee expert work and satisfaction. V.'e- "iave a complece asssonDieiii of films. LeL show yon -he VEST POCKET KODAK and Enlargins Camera HE The Frank Medley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO AL3EHTA DRUG CO. Xamsack, rain Swift Current, cloudy Aloose Jaw, rain Indian Head, clear Moosomin, clear tifi .Swnn River, cluudjr fi3 Winnipeg, cloudy 7'2 Kami oops, cloudy Pentirton 60 W Showers of raiii have fallen throughout nrairic chiefly in Maniinna ami Suskaifbc-: wan. leiiipt-ralurcs havt been lowest in Aibpita. hut an irost: KORECAST Manitoba and I'PW sliu'tvers. tmi mobi.-.j ly fair loriay and on Wednesday. j Generally fair: much chance in temperature. i Our Best Advertise- ment Thoroughly satisfied cus- tomers are our besc adver- tisement.; It is the rule at our store every day in the year 10 see thai every cus- tomer Is absolutely satisfied. To do this We must be per- fectly as to the high quality of 'all the goods we sell. AVe invite your patronage and to test our. ser- vice by making' a trial piir- No, matter triv- ial it we assure you of satisfaction. Our motto': ''Your money back cheerfully if you ask for The Red Gross Book Limited Phone 555 BUSINESS LOCALS il -Miss 13awden's Private School will j reopen Tor the Fall Term. Wednesday i September 4tli, at a.m., at 1255 i Fourth Ave. South. Beginners' class formed at 1.30 p.m. For further par- J tlculiirs apply tu above address or I phone 115S. j A few years ago had some one pro- 1 dieted that Street cars should run ping on Lethbridge streets, and that the citizens were using 'natural gas for domestic purposes, that the an- cient square been transformed i into a beautiful garden, thnt there should be .miles or pavemented streets and nearly the whole town provided with cement sidewalks, that over 2000 powerful electric lights illumined the public streets and turned 'night into day, that there was not a house in the city that did not have water con- nection, and ilmt the best of all, these utilities were owned aud operated by the cfty at coat, the ratepayers get- ting the benefit of the expert manage- ment of its highly skilled specialists. The person making so rash a pre- j diction have been put down for a dreamer and be himself would j he looked upon as an idle visionary, j 'As a matter of. fact we lake these things for granted and have forgotten it. ia but a short time since there was nothing in Lethbridge to distinguish i it from any other Htrusgliiig Southern Alberta. jj The cool calculating hard-headed j I business man aud farmer of Southern if Alberta is no dreamer, and ar the risk j of being .classed" as optimistic by those .who do iiot know he sees far- Carry Out Your Doctor's Intentions your doctor diagnoses your case and prescribes Tor you, fce you to follow direction not only in raking the medi- cine exactly aa he aavs bui ID securing the exact medicine rhat he indicaies. In our Prescription Department we take particular pains to safe-guard your health and 10 assist your doctor by using aoih- iag but pure, powerrul, full strength chemicals and drugs. Send prescriptions to us. JACKSON CO. CITY A Still on the Payroll Chief Gillesnie, Detective Egan :uid Inspector SilHker are still on the city j payroll, their August, cheques I made out rhis morning by the ciry i master. 11 any of the three are given i notice that their serving are no long- j I er necessary to the city, it will be October 1 before ihey .ar-.1? struck off the payroll. The Holiday; Grist Half a dozen holiday enthusiasts took on too plentiful a load of taran- tula juice yesterday and sir.pt rhe j night in the city police coils. They I got off with the usual this morning. j Oa .Monday morning Saunders and Burton Babcock were senr. 10 the guard room for flays for drinkin: and fighting on the streets. Meat that Mouth Water Is the kind see in our But- cher Shop all the year round. tt'e are particular as to the quality of meat we handle, hence you can always depend upon what you buy Our ('hope. Steaks and Cutlets are known To he tender a-nd delic- ious eating. The same may he said oi our Hams and Bacon. All joints bought, hera are war- ranted good meat. G. A. Delany PHONE 452 Cardston a Hay Centre Cardston ia becoming recognized aa a shipping centre for hay. and the Hue weather of the past few weeks practically assures a banner harvest, 'in this as in uliier sea- son, Martin Woolf, -V. P. P. hay just completed putting up 250 tons of hay on his large farm south ot" town, most! of which he intenda to bale for ship- ping Globe. Are You a Lover of Good Toilet Soap 1 have just up a shipment of boxed soaps, which are good ill quality and value. Call and get a sample. We are sole agents for "TH ELM Queen of Perfumei KENNY ALLJN DRUGS. STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OLIVER 8LOCK PHONE 14ft7 H'eld Memorial Services The memorial -service for the late General William Hooih on Sunday I -A' the locnl barracks wss impressive. Preeedm.K the inside I meeting !he band played the "Dead j Marrh in Saul" in the air. Ev- ery member of thf wore while armlets, and thn singing was appro- j'riate. The songsters sang "My Beau- _l tiful ih-e band played tho Army march, eitlrled "Promoted to Glory''; Captain Pease. Sister Roa- atne, and Sergt.-Major Wood read touching references from -many lead- Ing men of Canada, concerning the life s work of the late leader of rhe Salvation .Army. a solo, "We shall Captain Poaso sang meet again on yon- der Ehsign Andrews spoka with great -effect on the General's long devoted service for the lopt, She made special reference to the inc-Mn- ing of the Army flas. which la carried Mn every open-air meetinsr in forty-five different nnuons.- Bvcry coumitie.jiic- pledged their fidelity to' carry on rhe good under tho lead- 'ef, Uaiwal BrMvWoJi 'sad life. Booth. Auto Chamois A SPECIAL CHAMOIS LEATHER FOR Till: Ar.ro 1ST J. D. Higinbotham Ltd. The Rexall Store BUSINESS LOCALS For quick baggage service, pbor.i Her Cigar 1M The I.etlibridgo Conservatory Con- cert orchestra will hold its first prac- tice of the season Wednesday even- September iSth at. S o'clock. H. K. Browning, piano tuner, witk Mason ,t Risch. Ltd., phone 791. 200-0 Thf I.erhnriflge Conservatory Music has re-opened for the Fa? Term. Classes in all branches wfaat be formed during the coming a Phone 666 the Messp.nger i messago and baggage del? Large catches of fish are made dally si the Waterton The Lake View Hotel is gi Inl rates for tho last two wet( to a trip. Aulo stage' ohor Creek. ther aud ACTS AT ONCE. The othet' fellow ia full of doubts and acid AF-i TER he has been saturated with the doubts and failures oi' the men who j were themselves too ctiutiou-s to take i a flmnce aud did not make good, and they do nothing and never will. j ..These are not the kind of men that: have built our railroads, and made our country what it. is. Il requires i courage and a certain amount of risk I is inseparable from any business.; They took their chance and worked hard and succeeded and our country prospers because them are thousands ii of men who are doing same thing} j today in their particular sphere. Lethbridge has prospered and but h is just be.Kinmng its career, irjj j v.-as a radial railway system that bulk )J up Spokane, and it Is no idle dream to j j say that a somewhat similar aystem M will ria morp fnr Lethbridge than single other ihing. Stretching to the j _ i north are a towns tributary to i this city. If the produce of the farm- I er from" the Little Bow ou the north i and Milk River in the south could; I be transported cheaply to the Leth-! bridge market, the double prosperity to the towns people on the one land the "producer on the other, would i j quickly make an end at least in t'liis j 1 part of the world of the much vo'xed i question of the high cost of livi-fig. The great railroads are alive! to the importance of this paj-1. of Al- j berta. The C. P. R. at. Kjipp in ad- j dition to the Crow's Xer.t line lifts j the Cannangay Hue in operation, and j the road graded for j atccl from Kipp to Sipleld north. The Gnind Trunk ParifVc a-nd Canadian j northern are both Coining in from the: nqivh and will pp-Ks through Kipp on i their way south.[ That would give, j j counting the rml of pendent line ro IX-'i-; mond City, no than six railroads cfintering in If the city takes I up the matter of a raniai raUruflu for Lethhridge district that would make the railroad running in- to Kip.p. Ttfe importance of this lit-; tie town future with its seven! railroads ift the entrance to the fun- nel leading to the south it is hard to! f lie from half a dozen i in addition to agricultural of 2SO Bfntare miles of goortdtvbnntry, H has tho big, repair what we ifiid-inn, the rcpj ids for he from now ild niBkc this cne nT ping points in flu been reported that railways intends is af. this point, mid .n judge of the ail- frt has very strong; g believed. A few nis corner of South- wil be one of the most "t-i NobV ton (n-. i part danger as a fire slie will have jas the goods sure as anythln lo ho held In' Unity nf vl. Soplorober frM puncs- I and opulat Lothl To Have districts in the Ige will be in no> class shipping point e railways and shs j id her future can be. cw Mail Cart TA H. FowlertaK received the eon- j tract, for huildij mail cart: for rhe j Tho is lol be complctod bOotobor, wh-en U will he put into mifor the of mRi'I from tl s and for deliv-f For 2 Days Only Thursday and Friday We offer the balance of our sum- mer stock of erators at a 25 Discount For Cash We do not want to keep lone over. I Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers Hull Block Phone G25-3rd'Ave. T 1 f. D Tools tor DUilding Trades BR1CKLAYEES PLAST'EREKS., ELECTRICIANS IRONWORKERS The Leading Brands in Latest Ideas D1SSTQN. STANLEY, ATKINS. "0, V. B." 'K STARRET, P'.' S. GOODELL-PRATT AND NORTH BROTHERS The McJKeown Hardware Co.- Ltd- CORNER AND 4TH AVE, LETHRRIDdC. L F, awn rence Makes your residence look Fifty Per cent More Valuable, WE HAVE THE BEST ir.chQB 13c per foot inches 16c per foot iti inch. Trellis for Arches............................. 9c.'per foot THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endless CanVas Belts; Leather Belting; Rubber Belting; Lace Leather. Penberthy Lubricators, Oil and Grease Cupa 5ARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES Lgrga Stock Immediate Shipment Agents for Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Oil Tractors, Gasoline Engines, Etc. Orders from THE TRADE especially solicited J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 756 and 175S Lcthbridje, Alta. Ave. S.