Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
U TO M. W (Myholll I Aifcvitt TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LBtMIHIMI The DsiUw M and MM PUcv to We stocked a large assortment or like.lo show you these lines 'caiijt fail-to.please'you: THERE ARE FA1VCY NIGHT BRASS HANGING 'ISlie and nickle plated and Hammered Brass. t C.W.GRAY Tlie.stamthat saA'es you money ,Mote Papers "lou.wili Undfthat ourtstock.lof NOTE PAPERS is the largest in the city. We carry 'LATEST Papers made by Eaton, Crane and plkel'alBo expensive paper. You will have sat- V ufaatlonjlf paper from our stock. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE KJEYY WHIYWKY UNICM PHONE im, EMPIHE TYPEWRITER! KODAKS J, v Ldt usidofyour Developing! 1 Welguaranteie expeirtuvbrt and satisfaction. e thave a complete assortment of films. Let -'us POCKET KODAK and Enlarging CantenMat Frank Hedley Drug Go. (is, T 6UCCESJ30RJS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. Dust Dust Dust v m the'eve) a hot. hard day's work, nothing clears nut day's aiicnaiuliiiifm of dust and dirt like one of OURHGIMRANa'EED ATOMIZERS Andia Good'Solutlon COST INSKiNIRiCANT SATISFACTION GREAT CO. Another car load of Extra Fancy Fruit from Lewiston, Idaho, on track to-day This car consists of Elberta Peaches, (Lombard Plums Italian Prunes, J'mu's, Apples, Crab Apples, Brpo lomatoos, etc., and in ordor.to move the goods quickly wo are oftermg some very, low prices for such fine fruit. ELBERTA PEACHES, per case LOMBARD PLUMS, per ITALIAN PRUNES, 111 crates'or large peach es, each..............................11.15 ITALIAN PRUNES, in smallpeach :per box..................-..-.-........-.'.' CANTELOUPES, CRAB APPLES, 50ri) per cane KM Special Wholesale Prices to Dealers If you live out of or wire. THE GOOD COMPANY y PHONES: Grocery BNi WnoleHlt Otpl. lift. Ice Cream Dept. 527. HIGH Kit CREAM FRUIT AND WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL PEARS, 401D cases, per case.............. APPLES, 601b cases, good cookers, per case a-nd RIPE TOMATOES, in 20Ib boxes, per box.. RIPE TOMATOES, extra duality 4 baskets to crate, per crate quality, nor Ib 15c. Grocery Dept. U WhiiliJSIS 1 CMam Dtpt. WEATHEB Edmonton-, clear ".u. S2 40 .fr3 Brooks, clear 57. 38 1.00 Qu'Appelle.. cloudy......... 62 49 .28 Port Arthur, foggy 66 ,58 Grand Forks, 64 39 Calgary, fair 48 HS MO Battleford, raining Swift 66 -10 :-io j Kamioops, clear....... 66: -10 Red Deer, cloudy 48 41 .40 Medicine Hat, fair 64 40 .12 Humboldt, fair 54 45 -.20 Moose .law, cloudy 59 16 Winnipeg, clear .56 .16 Nelson 82 47 ycgrevillc, cleat.......... .'31. 43 .56 Macleod, clear 52 '37 .03 Saskatoon, cloudy 56 -13 .rip Retina, cloudy 60 42 .14 Rain has fallen at many places in each of the prairie provinces, one inch and over reported at Villon, Battle- ford and Brooks. The weather has been cool in Alberta and most of Saskatchewan and quite ,'warm arid j sultry at many places in Manitoba. FORECAST ana i Saskatchewan and Alberta 'fair and cool. CITY AND VUlting in Ontario Ex-Aid. A. Leth- bridge, is in Ontario, visiting friends at Forest. He Will'return about the end of the month. -Dentist zt Rest Estate. Dr. T. C. Bruce, of sold out his Interest in the dentistry business to Dr. P. W. Richards, and the two have dissolved Dr. Bruce intends to dsvote himself en' tirely to real estate, It's A-Pleasure To Carve one ot our joints of choice meat I Is so tender and juicy, so sweet and appetizing. Our beef mutton, lamb, veal and pork are all of the finest quality and give the greatest satiafaction to all who try them. They kre dressed so as to avoid all un- necessary waste, consequently a joint from us is an economical one. G. A. Delany Pictures "We lmve juat received a shipment of Sepia Photogravures. Every one a gem. Not a poor subject'in the loL While they last 35c cadi. 3 for KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 14S7 Lethbridge Man Hurt Calgary News-Telegram: Jean Lali- berte, of Lethbridge, a at the" Stampede, was thrown from his horse' m Wednesday afternoon, while en to change his clothes anil enter .he arena. His horse fell on him and l leg was broken. He was hurried o the Holy Cross-hospital. Our Best Advertise- ment Thoroughly satisfied cus- tomers are our test adver- tisement. .It is the rule at our store every day in the year to see. that .every cus- tomer is absolutely satisfied. To dp this we must be per fectly sure as "to the high quality of all the goods wo sell. We invite your patronage and ask you to test our ser- vice by making a tria.l pur chase. No matter how triv- ial it may assure you of satisfaction Our motto: "Your money back cheerfully it you ask for it." The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone 555 CITY AND DISTRICT Telephone Man Here J. d JlcNlslti superintendent of. con- struction for the QovSrilment Tele- phone System b in the city making nf- 'rangements for certain evtensions and alterations which are being contem- plated here to meet the growing de- mand for'telephone connection in the city. Trains Running Late Trains on the Crow's Nest have not been running according to schedule uring the past couple of days. The aatbound local last night was nearly our hours late, and the westbound 'Iyer this morning did not leave Leth- iridge until after ten 6'clocfc Chance for Late Graini The prevalent feeling is that'If the ine weather 'which seems to have set n today continues for a week or ten lays, most of the late sown grain will .the harvesting stage in good shape. A month or so ago this class of grain Vas considered hopeless, ex- cept for green feed, but the rains fiiid sunshine have brought it along rap- dly, and a period of warm weather -willmake it yield well. Stole Collection Macleod Advertiser: it Is a sorrow- 'ul thing to announce that the mean: eat man In Canada was in Macleod on Sunday. Let us hope he was a non- resident, and has already, shaken the the Macleod from, off his feet. Whoever it was, he stole the morning collection at Christ Church. The money had been placet! In a little box, near the vestry, for the' Wardens, but when looked for. it. had disappeared. The exact amount stol- en is not known, but there were sev- eral cheques, payment on which will he stopped. Staff of Ladies College The staff of the new Presbyterian Ladies' College at Red Deer, will in- clude: Mrs. Muldrew, formerly of MncdDnaM College, .Montreal, lady, principal: she will he assisted by Miss Fvcdsrica E. Campbell, as head of the household science department: Miss Helen L. Bowker, of Granby, due., head of the department, of nuis- 1s; and by Miss Marion 'P. Wilkie, of Toronto, in moderns, Etob'lish and his-, tory. Dr. Heis' 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 their preparations will do just what they ad- vertise and.J.D. Illginbotham Co.. Ltd.; will refund the price paid for any such pre- paration that fails to fulfil the Hess guarantee when goods are used as dir- ected. We are agents for Hess1 preparations and carry in stock foods and poultry pre- parations. J. D. Higinbotham Preiident Wai Busy Owing -to the pressure of business which kept the president from being in attendance, there was .no meeting of thf> Board of Trade executive last; night. Alberta Boys Doing Well J. II. Macdon-nell returned this morning from Calgnry where iie visit- ed the Stampede. Ho say's that the Alberta boys are right In line with the rest of the contestants, and thinks some of the prize money at' least, suy Alberta. The Rexall Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 Died.Among Strangers Thomas Donaldson, 'aged .72-years, a homesteader from near St. Kilda, east of Warner, died in the Gait Hos- pital, from the effects of caiicer Of he tongue The body is at Eetterly's parlors, awaiting instructions. He las a living at Belmont, "Yticb., but" so far he has failed to answer telegrims sent. It IB said a son lives in the homestead district, and-an effort is being made to reach lim. For a Few Days We offer the balance of our sum- mer stock of Refrigerators Laurentic Due Saturday Mr. S. B. Mitchell, local agent, re- ports the White Star liner, Lanrentic 60 miles northeast of Cape Race at eight o'clock this morning. The boat will arrive' in Quebec on Saturday and Montreal on. .Sunday. Western passengers will arrive, rn Lethbridge next'Thursday and Friday. Personal Paragraphs Howell Harris and wife are in the city today .from Calgary, where they -were attending the Stampede. Mr. Harris is now located on a small ranch near Bow Island. Grant Hannan, the 'w-ell-kncwn own- er of the Ktpp townsite. is in the city from Vancouver. Ralph Slye has returned from an extended trip to. points in. Saskatche wan and Manitoba. Howard Case and Mrs. Case and Harry Withers leave next week on a trip to' the Old Country. E. Hagcll, B. Everall, F. T. Robins tind W. Jordan are attending the cost" conference In Cal gary. S. J. Strayer and Sam Zimmerman of Hudson, la., are .in town today on their way to Vulcan. BUSINESS LOCALS Far-quick-baggage service, plono J70. Rei Cisar Store. H. E.- Drowning, piano tuner with Mason Hiscll, LM., phone 791. 200-0 I'lionc 666 the Messenger Service for pro.upt message and baggage delivery. Special mooting International Hod- carriers Union Friday, 8 p.m. Urgent- business. We do repairing on ladies' and 0ent's clothing. The Crown Cleaning Works. New Post Office On September 15, a pest office will put into operation at Picture Untie, >i of 4th M., to'be served with malls twice per week from Lethbridge, in connection with the LethbrUlKe-Sundial route. Mail flays are Thursday and Saturday, 7 a. Jn., from .Lethbridge, and arriving on Wednesday and FrMny, at 7 p.m.' STAFFORD COUNCIL The regular meeting of the village council was held last -Wednesday, the 4th Inst. Councillors present were, W. P. Wil- son, chairman, Joe Pislio, Hat Vasel- enak, R. Moodie, Secretary treasurer. The business which was left over from last meeting was taken up and it was decided that the village would have n complete survey, laying out the streets and alleys. Mr. J. F. Hamilton, civil engineer is beginning to lay out the streets and al- leys in the village. Stafford Locals Mrs. W. Broadhurst left for.Cnlgary to attend the Stampede, from there she will go to Banff for a month or so. Mr. Jack Vere ia confined to his room on account of illness. Mr. L. Buchuk, who had his foot badly injured a few weeks ago, is now nblo to return back to his work Mrs. L. Vere, who has been In this Qalt hospital for the last three monthi returned home. A baby girl was born to Mr, and Mrs. B. Kazas. at a 25 Discount For Cash i We do not want to keep one over. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers Hiill BlocU Phone 625-3rd Ave. Tools for Building Trades CAEPEITTERS, r BEICKLAYEBS PLASTERERS, ELECTRICIANS .v IRONWORKERS y The Leading Brands in Latest Ideas DISSTON, STANLEY, ATKINS, "to Y. B." N STAEEETl P. S. W GOODELL-PEATT ANJ) NQETH BEOTHEES'f, The McKeown HardwareCo. Ltd, IJETHBRIDQE. CORNER 5TH ST. AND 4TM AVE.. nee ilak'es your residence look Fifty Per cent More Valuable. WE HAVE THE BEST 30 inches high.............. 36 Inches high----......... 16 inch. Trellis for Arches ..............13c per foot 16c per foot 9c. per foot THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endless C.invas Belts; Leather Belting; Rubber Belting; Lace Leather. penberthy Injectors, Lubricators, Oil and Grease Cups SARLO.CK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES I Immediate Shipment Agenis Vor Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Oil Tractors, Gasolln. Engines, Etc. Orders from THE TRADE especially solicited J. B. Turney Company JOBBERS Phones 755 and 1755 Lethbridge, AHa. 1245-Zncl .Ave. .8.