Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
TO Av. TKAINI Wludivr Ht Buy hotll In Alkwtt Daily Herald WHEN IN J The DalJaa Wnt ttw We have just stocked a large assortment of Lamps and Trays Wi- like tn show -you- those lines whii-li can't t'nil to ploasc .'you: Tho Trays and nii.-kle plated and Hammered C. W. GRAY The store tiiat saves you money Note Papers Von will that our slock oi NOTE PAPERS is the largest in tt-e city. We carry all the LATEST Papers made by Eaton, Crane and Pike: also tie.less expensive paper. Ton will have sat- isfaction V. you SELECT your paper from our stock. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WMITNEV BLOCK WEST UNION im AGENTS FOR EMPIRE ANC UNDEHWOOD TYPEWRIT KODAKS Let us do your Developing! vTe guarantee eipert work and satisfaction. We have a complete assortment of films. us you the VEST POCKET KODAK and Enlarging Camera at t'nc- The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. Dust Dust Dust IP. the evening after a hot hard day's wqrk, nothing clears out the day's accumulation of dus; and dirt like one of UUAEANTEEB ATOMIZERS And a Good Solution COST INSIGNIFICANT SATISFACTION GREAT JACKSON CO. PREICRIPTIVN SHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE i No Roast For Our Roasts Another car load of Extra Fancy Fruit from Lewiston, Idaho, on track to-day This car consists of Hlbeila Peaches. Milliard Plums. Italian Prunes, Pears, Apples, .C'rnli Apples, Gaiiteloupes, liipc and in order (o.inove ihe'goods quickly we are olTcring-s low prices for such line fruit. Tomatoes, ome very ELBERTA PEACHES, por JI.1S LOMBARD PLUMS, per ITALIAN PRUNES, in craies or large peach box- es, each............................... J1.15 .ITALIAN PRUNES, 111 small peach per box................., CANTELOUPES, each. 15c CRAB APPLES, 50lb eases, per ease...... 12.50 PEARS. cases, per case.............J2.50 APPLES, 301t> cases, sooii cookers, per case S1-75 RIPE TOMATOES, In 20lb boxes, per box.. (1.15 RIPE TOMATOES, extra mmllty 4 baskets to crate, per CELERY, Extra line quality, per Hi 15o. Wholesale Prices to Dealers Jf you live out of town, or wire. THE GOOD COMPANY PHONES: Grrctry UL Whel.Mlt Dtpt. 1171, Ice Cream Dept 127. HIGH CLAIMS Ml CREAM FSIMT ANO GONFECT'ONERt WHOLESALE RETAIL PHONES: Grocery Oept. 525. WholoHli Dept, lev Cream Dipt. WEATHER Lethbridge, rain 48 41 .20 Edmonton, cloudy..... (JO "-S Deer, fair....... 5G. 37 Coronation, cloudy 55 14 Calgary, Brooks, fair......... 51. 45 Macieod, cloudy...... 53 12 .30 Medicine Hat, rain 52 60 .28 Batlleford, cloudy 58 40 -40 Humboldt, rain....... 57 5ti KamsacV, fair........ 6t! 55 .60 Yorkton, cloudy tia 53 .SO Swift Current, cloudy 54 52 -GS Moose Jaw, cloudy 59 5o .50 Regina, cloudy....... 5S 54 .15 Qu'Appelle, cloudy 59 50 .50 Dauphin, cloudy 57 L32 Brandon, foggy......... 54 .02 Winnipeg, cloudy 78 Cypress River misty 5S 50 Port Arthur, foggy .76 Kamloops............ tiS 40 Xelson.............. "5 Grand Forks......... 48 Rain has fallen in each of the prai- rie but chiefly in Saskat- chewan and the southern part of Al- berta. As far as reports received are con- cerned, the heaviest rainfall was. at Dauphin, but otherwise not much rain fell in Manitoba. In most of Manitoba it has been warm, but .cool. In the I Western provinces. Forecast- and local thun- ders tor nis. Alberta and with showers. CITY AKD DISTRICT Service at Coutts There Lvill be services at the Cath- olic Church at Coutts, .at tea o'clock on Tuesday morning. House to Cost H. A. McCulIoiigh tiiis morning took I out a permit to build a S2.000 resi- i deuce on 5th Ave. North. Solicitor Horns from Calgsry S; Ball, city solicitor, returned this morning from Calgary, where he spent a day on business. Off to Poriiand E. J. McKenzle left this al'rerncou for PcrtlaniJ; Ore., where he will join his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. 3. Mac- Kenzle. formerly of Lethbridge. Judging Alfalfa Fields Supt. Fairiield, of the Dominion Ex- perimental Farm, returns tonight from Strathmove district, where he assist- ed in judging standing fields of alfal- fa in connection with the C.'P..R. com- petition. Never a kick registered against the tender Heats we-sell. You'll never get 'em broiled about their quality, never get "roasted" about the flavor of them, never get In a "stew" for fear they are not all you could desire. We guarantee every pound of meat we sell, and our patrons know that our prices are most reason- able. Prompt deliveries. G. A. Del any PHONE 452 Lots of Money Now This is pay day with the city, hut is not giving the members of the council any anxiety this lime. The sule of the bonds, and the regularity with which the taxes arc coming in has put a goodly sum' in the city srronK box. and all is bow serene in city hall circles. Three Addresses Here The Herald stated in error yester- day thai H.TUI. the Duke of Con- naught would be presented with an ad- dress by the S. 0. E. on the occasion of Ins visit here in October. The Overseas Club will make the-.presen- tation.'not the S. 0. E. This, with the addresses from the and from the board of education will; make three addresses whicb ills 11 oval Highness will receive in Lcthbridge. Pictures We have just received a of Sepia Photogravures. "Every a gem. Xot a poor subject in the lot. While they last 33r each. 3 for KENNY ALLIN DRUGS. STATIONERY AND SUPPLIES OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 1437 I Mr. Barclay Recovering W. D. Barclay, prominent official of the Canadian Northern, who lias bee'ii In the city for the four or five weeks miderfioing medical treat- ment, left yesterday afternoon In his private car, "Quebec" -for Brandon, Sonic time ago Mr. Barclay was very ill. little being entertained for h7s recovery, but during the past two weeks he made good progress on the road to and was able to leave the city yesterday. JAMES STRATON DEAD ST John, X.B., Sert. Straion, barrister, formerly of S.I atcon, died tonight. Our Best Advertise- ment Thoroughly satisfied cus- tomers at9 our best adver- tisement, "it is the rule at our store every day in the year to see that 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. We invite your patronage and ask you to test our ser- vice by-.making a trial ,pur- cha-.se. No matter how triv- ial it may be, we assure you of satisfaction. Our money back cheerfully it you ask for it." The Cross Drug Book Phone 555 Dr. Hess' Poultry Pan-a-ce-a Is guaranteed by the manu- facturers to make- hens -pro- fitable layers during the win- ter. This company will give any purchaser a signed guaran- tee that preparations will do jiret what they ad- vertise and J.D. Higlnbotlmm Co.. L.td.. Will refiimi tliC price paid for any such pre- paration thai fails to fuifil the liesB Clarke guarantee when goods 'are used as dir- ected. arp agents for Hess' preparations and- "carry in stock foods and poultry pre- parations. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store, TELEPHONE NO. 322 RAIN IS NOT WELCOME NOW DELAY'S HARVEST AND CAUSING GRAIN TO SPROUT IN THE STOOK i Lethbridge district is not the only j place where rain has been the prevail- j ing topic of-discussion regarding the weutlier during tlie past 21 hours. The Western Associated Press tins morning sent out a despatch to the effect that all press reports today would be short owing to ihe fact that there hail been rain all over the continent during the night. The present rainfall has been gen- eral all over Albert a, and especially' throughout the south, causing a SHS- j pension oi harvest operations during the greater part of this week. South j ami west oi the city not a binder has been io operation for the past three days. Along the Carmangay Tine, i however, spriie, work was done yester-' day, passengers-on tlie Aldcrsyde line stating that cutting was not being I delayed at Oarmangay, barons and! Xoble. However, today the rain has hrpu general ia those districts, and j lio cutting is being done. j I It is variously estimated that, the! j wheat is. between 50 and 75 per teat, j I cut- all over the Southern Alberta ilis-j trict. In the .eastern and southern por-j j tions oi the district, the larger per j fcentage is certainly in stook, but in; the north reports that little morn than halt the cutting has been finish-1 ed. Barley is also all in stook, hut j oats and flax are barely touched as j yet. The flax crop in the south year is the heaviest in tlie history oi the district, and the farmers are eagerly awaiting the reappearance of j .sunshine, which is very urcessary in j j the last days of the ripening stages jj of the flax crop. t I; Rain in Calgary this in or nine; inter- fered with the Stampede program considerably, and visitors coining i back from tlie big celebration state i that the rain has marred one of greatest events in the history of NEW BISHOP CONSECRATED Aruigomsh, X.S., Sept. all j the pomp and ceremony of tlie Cath- olic Church, the Right Rev. James Morrison ;vas r-ousecrated Bish-j op of Antigonisb. An unusually large! i number of high church dignitaries! and .clergy were present at 'lie cere- monies, including the Arciibishops of and Vancouver. BUSINESS LOCALS PANAMA ALL THE TALK London, Sept. continues; to absorb a great share of attention by the British press. The opinion was] current today that'the government is! likely to abstain from premising its; arbitration proposal until after the i election, with the hope thai the Un-1 ited States will then amend the bill, j For quick baggage service, phooa Rei Cigar Store- 13-ft K. Browning, pixiito tuner with Mason Riscli, Ltd., phone 791. 200-0 Phone GGG the Messenger Service for pro-.npt message and baggage delivery. Special meeting International Hod- carriers Union Friday, S p.m. Urgent business. The Brown Betty Tea Room, open II p.m. Business Men's Lunch at 40 3.2 to 2. Corner 3rd Ave and 5th St. We solicit your patronage. The Crown Cleaning Works. EARLIEST SNOW 'IN 25 YEARS Carson City, Nevada, Sept, fell in the mountains wcst of here today, covering the range to a depth of several inches. This is tho earliest snowfall ia 25 ywut. DROWNED IN BATHTUB Winnipeg. Sept. Roy, .a Winnipeg; blacksmith, was drowned: tonight iii the bathtub a; his room-: ing-house, 180 James street. It is be-! lieved that he fainted while in ihe water, as when found an boar after' Jio entered the bath-room. Ms bead j was under waier, and lie luui been j d-ead for some lime. Roy was r.5 years of age, and unmarried. Little is known of him in Winnipeg. E. STRACHAN COX DEAD Toronto, Sent. Siracban Cox.; a well known member of the Standard j Slock Exchange, died this morning af-j ter a long illness. He suffered a par- j alytic Btrokc thrre years ago. Me j V.T.O the eldest son of Rev. R. Grogory j Cox, and was born In IS49. Me leaves one daughter, Evelyn, Me vvr.s a hor of the Toronto Club, the Jockey Club and the Albany Club, and ti.fiynu or alderman, For a Few Days We offer the balance of our sum- mer stock of Refrigerators at a 25 El Discount For Cash We do not want to keep one over. Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers Hull Block Phone 625-3wl Ave. Tools for Building Trades CARPENTERS. BKIOIlLAYEES PLASTEREBS, ELECTRICIANS 'IRONWORKERS The Leading Brands in Latest Ideas DIS8TON; STANLEY, ATKINS, "0. V..B." "KEEN STAEEET, P. S. W, GOODE'LL-PRATT AND NORTH BROTHERS The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER ST. AND 4TH AVE, LETHaBlDQE. L F, awn rence Makes your resilience look Fifty Per cent Mora Valuable, WE HAVE THE BEST ,10 inches "6 inches 1C inch. Trellis for Arches 13c per foot 16c per foot 9c. per foot THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endless Canvas Bolts; Leather Belting; Rubbe'r Belting; Lace Leather. Penberthy Injectors, Lubricators, Oil and Grease Cupa OARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES' Large Stock Immediate Shipment for Canadian Fairbanks-Morse OH Tractors, Engines, Etc. Orders from THE TRADE especially solicited J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 755 and 1755 Lcthbridoe, Alia. Ave. S.