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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta U KM TO TWAIN! Wlufeor tljf t toy HHtl I. lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald IN UfTMMIMM J 4 J 0 to I BOM and Unl Place te May See Our Lines Before Buying Your O.ur slock is complete, you will have no difficulty in milking a '.seluclioii. have a splendid showing1 .from the. small heater to (ho famous Gtivuey Oxford Range. Every and range built to be equipped with gas. C.W.GRAY The store dial saves you money i DO IT NOW! Seuil'52.75 and we will deliver or send Post Paid to any ad- dressTcopv ot THE WHITE .HOUSE COOK BOOK, tho largest and nest book published and. WEBSTER'S LATEST LEATH- ER BOUHD INDEXED DICTIONARY. Send'jat once before they are all stjrtL ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY WEST OF UNION 1ANK. PHONB Itm. A8ENTS FOR EMPlBE ANC UNDfRWOOO KODAKS Let us do your Developing-? We-suarantee expert work and sa'ti'sfaction. 'We have a complete assortment 6E films. Let us show you the VEST POCKET KODAK and .Enlarging Camera, at The Frank Hedley Drug Go. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. It's A Pleasure To Carve one of our joints of choice meat is HO tender and juicy, ao sweet and appetising. Our mutton, lamli, veal and pork arc all of the tinest quality and give greatest satisfaction to all who try them. They ire so as to avoid all un- necessary waste, consequently a joint from -us is an economical one. G. A. Delany Another car load of Extra Fancy Fruit from Lewiston, Idaho, on track to-day TJiis.car consists-ciif .'Mlbortu (Lpinbard Pliinis, .Italian1 Prunes, Poars, Apjilos, Oral) Apples, Oantoioiipes, Kipe Tomatoes, etc., ;uid in order to move (lie goods quiclily we arc'Offering some, ver-y, low prices for such line f.ruil'. Dust Dust Dust In the evening after a hot hard day's work, nothing clears out the day's accumulation ot.duat and dirt like one of.. GUARANTEED ATOMIZERS And a Good Solution COST INSIGNIFICANT SATISFACTION GREAT. JACKSON CO: Pictures We havo just received n shipment-of Sepia Photogravures. -Every one a gem. Xot a poor subject in the lot. While they last 35o cadi. 3 lor KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 1487 ELBERTA PEACHES, per CitaH.......... LOMBARD PLUMS, per ease.............. ITALIAN PRUNES, iu crares or large iieai'h box- es, ITALIAN PRUNES, In small -peach boxes, per CANTELOUPES. each.................lOc 4 15c CRAB APPLES, 501b case...... PEARS, -loft Bises, percaso... J2.50 APPLES, fiOlli caaee. good cookers, per case and RIPE TOMATOES, In boxes, per box.. RIPE TOMATOES, extra quality 4 baskets lo crate, per crate CELERY, Extra flue (imility, her Ib 15c. Special Wholesale Pfice.s io Dealers out ol town, or wire. THE GOOD COMPANY PHONES: Grocery Dipt, SM. Wnaliule Dipt, 1171. Ice Dtptl. HIGH ;CLASS QROCERI Wl C3EAM raUIT AND CONFECT'.ONEM WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL Grocery Dept. 5M. WholMile Dept. 1271. Ice Creim Dipt. 627. WEATHEB fi7 bJ HI ni 70 U7 M ri 7R 12 69 67 (17 li-1 Lethbridge, cloudy Edmonton, clear Calgary, cloudy Medicine, Hat Moose Jaw, cloudy clear clear Nelson Vegreville, clear Swift Current, fair Red Deer; fair Maeleod, clear prince Albert, clear Qii'Appolle, fair Estevan, cloiidv Brandon, fair Grand Forks Brooks, clear Regina, clouih .The .weather'has cleared throughout the-prairie provinces rain ed except a ihcner. at fa-win H has been gcneralh modpri tvarm during Hie day, but quite cool at many places during, the night, Lowest tempera I ii refc, ,31 at- Picrson, aad'3'4 at Humboldt. FORECAST: no decided change in temperature. Fine1 todav. 'folloii'- ed by a feu" local showers. few local showers, but fair. i CITY AJLm DISTRICT Defends His Church Mr. T. R. Caseaden, iu a letter to the 'Herald, defends the Christian Science'-Church from ah- attack In one of tetters. He not only .proves it to be eminently Christ- ian and scientific, but repudiates most effectively the aspersion that the church is dwindling since the death of .Airs. The Christian Science Chureh 'was never stronger, growing more rapidly, nor in a more flourishing condition than It is today. Have Plenty of Elevators The Cardston branch is well equip- ped with elevators, having no _' less than twenty. At Cardston, th.e El- lison Milling and Elevator Co., Al- berta Pacific and Sunny-Belt are op- erating. Raley has tie Taylor Mill- ing and Elevator Co., and the Alberta Pacific; Woolford, Alberta Pacific; Spring Coulee, Alberta Grain, Alberta Pacific and Thompson estate; Brad- Bhaw, Taylor: Magrath, Sunny Belt. Alberta Pacific. Alberta Grain and Ellison; Welling, Ellison and J, T. Henninger; Raymond, Ellison and Al- berta Pacific, and Stirling, Taylor Mill ing ami Elevator Co. Our Best Advertise- ment Thoroughly satisfied cus- tomers are 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 we must be per- fectly sure as to the high Quality bf all the goods wo, sell. We lnMite''your patronage and ask to test our ser- vice by making a trial pur- chase. No; matter tip triv- ial it may; be, we assure you Our mbtio: "Your money back cheerfully If you ask for ;f-. 'tV i'. ross Drug Book Co., Ljimited Improving South Roads Supt. McLean, of the Irrigation sec- tion of the Natural Resources Depart- ment of the G. P. R., reports that four miles of road had been built east of the Pothole, toward Raymond, and that it would soon he possible to tra- vel over the greater portion of the length 01' the canal by automobile. Work on the Spring Coulee bunk: has been suspended for the time being. Mr. McLean went through to Card- ston. and drove out ten miles to the works Houtheast cf town. St. Andrew's Church Meeting A congregational meeting of .St. An- drew's Church, will be held in the church auditorium on Monday even- ing at S.30 o'clock, in connection with the pulpit vacancy. Rev, R. Simpson, of Xoble, moderator, 'will uroshle. L O. 0. F. Meeting Mizpati Lodffe, No. 12, will confer the first, degree on Monday evening at 8 o'clock in (Jnity Hall, when it is hoped it large attendance of members will be hand. Will Preach in St. Andrew's liev. II. Johnston'. 11 Av Knox College, Toronto, will tireucli in St. j Andrew's Cliurch, North at bolli services tomorrow, niul again on the, followMm In Case of Emergency Don't wait for the) emer- gency to arise. Have a good HOT WATER BOTTTLE where and when you want It. A line Just in. RUBBER SURGEONS 'ALL SIZES'' J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store TELEPHONE NO, 322 BUSINESS LOCALS For quick service, phbnt CiRir Store. 13-0 H. K. Browning, piano tuner with Mason Kiscli, LRil., pllone 791. 200-0 Phono etifi the Messenger Service for pro.nut message and baggage delivery. Sec adv. on another page for auc- tion sale of first furniture, With- out 'reserve at 'J27 Aahmead on Tuejday, LOtb Sept. at 2 p.m. Jas. B. Gibbon, Phone H26, Auctioneer. We make cloUiea with quality; bench made. "Hits Crown Clea-ning Works. 228-1 Don't forget, tlie chicken cUnhcrs at QIKMMI'S hotel, lioyal View, every. Sunday I'roni' p.m. to 7.UO p.m. Knl. StepliPtis, on the Hohort 'I'homp.son, was drowncit the St. .Claire rivet. CITY AJVD DISTKICT Musicians Meet Tomorrow A meeting of the Musicians Union will be held tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock at the Labor Temple. To Study at Hall Gladstone Virtue of the law oljiee of 'Messrs. Shepherd Dunlop leaves (or Toronto next Tuesday morning where he will continue his studies at Osgoode Hall. Mr. Virtue will spend two weeks sbootiug at Moosomln en route. The New Wesley Church" At a meeting of the official board of Wesley Methodist Church last night the preliminary plans for the new church were discussed and gave general satisfaction. A committee from the board was appointed to'act with a similar number from the trustee board, as ;a building commit- tee, and gH'en full authority to act up to tbe final acceptance of the plans. Lot of Witnesses Being Heard Tbo preliminary hearing of Waril Stafford Village, charged with unlawfully receiving be- longing to Prokop TJnifrichuk is be- ing held 'jit the Mounted Police Bar- racks today before Inspector -West. Many witnesses are be'iiig heard and it tba time of going to press tbe case had not been completed. Mr. Poapst is representing the prosecution and Mr. Palmer is appearing for the de- fence. Presented With Veteran's Jewel Lethbridge Lodge, No. 2, I.O.O.F., last night presented-Past Grand Thorn as with a veteran's jewel, on the occasion of bis long aiid faithful service to the order.' Mr. McNabb joined the ortier'-nearly forty, years ago, in Kingston, thereafter transferr- ing to Belleville, from whence' he ctxme to Lethbridge- The presenta- tion was made by -Past Grand Robert Nfyen, who congratulated Bro. AIc- Na'ibb on his long term of service. Three new members were initiated during the evening, and at the con- clusion of the ceremonies refresh- ments -were served, and speeches de- livered by Past Grand Oliver, Past Grand Bro. Johnston, of Alberta Ledge, No. 1, Calgary, and Past Grand Rro. Thompson, of Mlzpah Lodge, No. Caditi Church Service The first church parade ever held by Lethbridge Schools Cadet Bat- talion 'will take place tomorrow morn- Ing at ten o'clock, when three coui- j panics will parade to Knox Church, [They will be headed by tbe Citizens who have kindly consented to fturti out for tbe occasion. Tbo par- iade, however, will not take place in base tbe weather is inclement. To Arrange for Duke's Visit i A special meeting of the entertain- mVmt committee iu connection with th'u coming visit of the of Con- na light be held in the office of tliei .president of the- Board of Trade on. Monday evenine. fur Mi or of the welcome of virvM-fgj.] part.} I 'will 'be worked ou't. v Improvements in Yards WoiikTvas started morning lay- ins thy steel on the new jKissensor track tArougti the C. P. R. yards. The iifsU" water line been complet- ed, ancf, change--w ill all be finished within A. (few days. '.White Gtiaves Today No aruesfs were made yesterday by tbe -o ity and Magistrate Bentley found a clean docket at po- lice this morning. 3 treet Car Service If the vi ea their por.niks, work will be started i Monday, cm the cuwtmhliiiK of tho mai jhlnimy for the Biibstjuion for the street railway. The niiuiiige- inent Uav-jj mat jo the iniuoun'coineut that a alxf car service will go into ef- fect not liunr Augiisr, Siip- Kctid is expected to re- turn on Monday mo.ni- JpOiQ Uwjwork. For a Few Days We offer the balance i of our sum- mer stock of it i Refrigerators at a 25per Cent For Cash We do not want to keep ibhe over, I Lethbridge's Greatest Home Fv Bawden Brot irnishers Hull Block 1 Plioue -3rd T 1 I D fr lools tor Duilding Trades CAJRPENTEES, BBICKL4 .YEES "PLASTERERS, ELECTRICIAN1 IS '-'IROFWORKERS The Leading Brand! in Latest Ideas 3 V. ssTOisr, STANLEY; ATKINS, ANI NORTH BROTHBUS The McKeown Hardware Co. j Ltd. CORNER ITH ST. AND 4TH AVE.. UETMi'1 laiDQt L R awn rence Slakes your residence look Fifty- Per cent More Valua bie. WE HAVE THE BEST 30 inclios IW inches lilRh 1G inch.-Trellis foivArclies i3cj per foot THRESHERS SUPPLIES! Endless Cahvas Belts; Leather Belting; Rubber Belting; Lace Leather, j, (.Penberthy Injectors, Lubricators, Oil and Greaa B Cups GARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES !l lirge Stock Immediate Shlpma nt AgetiU for Canadian Fairbanks-Morsc Oil Tractors, Engines, Etc. 7 Orders from THE TRADE especially solicited J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS j Phones 755 and.1755 Lethhridge, Alta. Av 8. S. ;