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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta M Mil TO Hrtel Winter HotH In TEe lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LKTHMIMI J The Dallas HoUri Jj li the Beit and Mcwt Unl to IUy See Our Lines Before Buying Your Our stock is complete, you will have no difficulty in making- a selection. We have a splendid showing from iho small.heater to the famous Uurney Oxford Eaiige. Every stove and range built to be equipped with gas. C. W. GRAY The store thnt saves you money DO IT NOW! Send J2.75 ami we will delivsr or send Paid to any ad- dressTroDV of HOUSE COOK BOOK, the largest and best cook book polished and WEBSTER'S LATEST LEATH- ER BOUND INDEXED DICTIONARY. Send at once before they are all sold. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK MUST DOOR OF UNION 1ANK. PHONE AGENTS FOR EMPIRE ANC UNDERWOOD Trusses Let us do 5'our difficult work in trusses. We carry a large stock. Tbere are One Hundred and Fifty-one in stock tor you to select from. We make a specialty iu accurate fitting. Our large stock with expert handling allows us to give perfect satisfaction. Send your mail orders. For quotations write us. The Frank Medley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. Dust Dust Dust In rhe evening after a hot hard day's work, nothing clears out the day's accumulation of dust and dirt like one of DUE GUARANTEED ATOMIZERS And a Good Solution COST INSIGNIFICANT SATISFACTION GREAT JACKSON CO. PREICRIPTI9N SHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE im. Jack Spratt and His Famous Wife SOME EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES On appli's. cTiib'iipplcs, tonmlocs, [ilunis, niul cneum- lliivinsr j.ust roeoiviMl a -lai-ov qiianliiy llio above goods ou con- siuiiiiieni from t-lie growers in British Columbia and Wtishington, wo will bITcr you sonic very U-mptiiig prices on these, goods in order to move l.lu'in out. quickly. APPLES. nUtb cases, good cookers and a fairly good eating apple. Special per CRAB APPLES, 501U eases. Hyslop. Transparent, and other good varieties, per case WHITNEY larger variety than tlio oihor crabs and not so juicy; all sound, 50 Ib case HUNGARIAN PRUNES, A red plum, Mini, fine for preserving, in 20ft peacli boxes, eacn RIPE peach boxes. lOvery tom- ato soutlil and ripe, per casu........... CUCUMBERS, large size, In lOlli boxes, per yox................................. CANTELOUPES, about 10 cases, medium sizes. All to soil at 3 for 25c. 200 cases Extra choice Elbcrta Peaches, nothing finer has been in Hie .city. .Price per ease......', THE GQOD COMPANY PMONEiI HIOHCLA..MOCBM. D.pt D.pt wl CREAM TRUIT AND CONFECTtBNeBT Wholiilto Dtpl. 1Z71. Ice Crcim D.pt. M7. WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL lu Crum Depl. eZf. WEATHER 68 39 70 W 71 36 43 U7 3t! B4 70 C2 37 5S ti-i -15 ti7 3S lili 40 67 3S (ili 40 39 Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, Coronation, cleir Brooks, clear Saskatoon, clear Moose clear Estevan, foggy Port Arthur, clear Fenticton................... Red Deer, clear Calgary, fair Macleod, clear Calgary, fair............- Macleod, clear Medicine Hat, clear...... Swift Current, clear Kegina. clear Swan River, clear Winnipeg, cloudy Kamloops, clear...... Grand Forks The weather throughout the prairie provinces has been mostly fine, and (luring the day, moderately warm. Several places reported minimum temperatures in the -thirties. Lowest is 33 at Regina. No rain reported. FORECAST.: All today and on Wednesday with about the same temperatures. 62 66 59 60 74 70 72 could never disagree over our Nib Rop.-st. They would both like the fat and the lean of it tender, sweet aTid juicy. They would eat both, also, in our Mutton and Lamb, and they would he thankful for our Veal and Pork. All our -Meats are of the same uniform high-grade and there is iittle or no waste in them G, A. Delany NyaPs Face Cream Is an excellent gresiselcss, disappearing cream, and possesses marked antiseptic qualities. Tt is :t splendid preparation to use for sunburn, chafing, and smarting of hands and face caused by the wind. We havo it in two sizes, cents and iid cents. Our N'yal Dejturtnmnl is always replete with N'yal's Jfemily Remedies. KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OLIVER BLOCK PHONE H87 CITY AND DISTRICT Meeting Postponed The meeting of St. Andrew's Church congregation last evening in connec- tion with tbe pulpit vacancy, -was ag- ain postponed for two weeki. Ban'd Concart Thursday If the weather :s fine, the City Band will give a concert in Gall Gardens on Thursday evening, at S o'clock. Big Furniture Store Sontham's, Limited, will erect a six storey 'building on the old Lafferty corner in Calgary. It will be occu- pied by the Calgary Furniture Co. Recovery Will Be Slow Jean Laliberte, of Lethbririge, who lad his ankle broken at tbe Calgary Stampede is doing as well as can be expected, but the doctors say it will be fully six weeks befoia he is able to get. about. Passed Examination B. B. Martin, who is associated with T. S. Fetterly's undertaking parlors, nas been successful in passing th-e final examination of the Funeral Di- rectors' K-mbaImVrsT association of Alberta. The examinations'were held at Calgary this year. Mr. Austin Off to Lacombe O. Austin, who for some time has held the position of bursar at the pro- vincial jail, left this afternoon for La- am be, where he will engage in the land business with H. P. Kenny. Mr. Austin's successor has not yet been appointed. Our Best Advertise- ment Thoroughly satisfied cus- tomers are our, best adver- tisement. -H 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 sure as to the high quality ot all the gooda we Bell. We invite your patronage and ask you to test our ser- vice by making a trial pur- chase. No matter how triv- ial it may be, we assure you of satisfaction. Our motto: "Your money back cheerfully if you. ask for it." The Red Cross Drug Book Co., limited Phone 555 MR. WOOLF HEARS SOME GOOD NEWS Mr. Sinnot's New Block II. A. Sinnot, of Calgary, this morn- ing took out a permit to build bis business block on the corner of Fourth avenue and Fifth street South. The building will cos' and will contain six stores, each one storey in height. The Canadian General Supply Co. arc building an office and ware- house on Thirteenth street. South, j costing and Mrs. G. R-elmout lias applied for a permit to build a resi- dence on Third avenue South, costing I2.KOG. The Shaler Electro Pad Provides- continuous, even heat. No possibility of scalding or burning. 'Light, durable and easy to use, Indispensable where Chills Neuralgia Cramps Sciatica Indigestion Rheumatism are concerned. Price With a two-year Guarantee J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 BUSINESS LOCALS Baby Drowned William Norman, the cightoen- Tnonths'-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wat- pole, who live at their farm a few miles east of the city, was yesterday afternoon, accidentally drowned in an irrigation ditch nearby the farm. The accident was evidently caused at. the ume the child was playing with a small pup. The funeral will be held tomorrow, Wednesday, afternoon at 2.SO, from Fetterly's undertaking par- lors, to the Anglican Church ceme- tery. For quick service, phont Uer Cfcar Store. I H. K. Browning, piano tuner with Masoc Flisch, Ltd., niione 791. 200-0 Phone 666 the Messenger Service for prompt message and baggage delivery. See adv. on another page for auc- tion sale of first class furniture, with out reserve at 327 Ashmead St., on Tuesday. 10th Sept., at 2.30 p.m. a.ls H. Gibbon, Phone l-I'-'a, Auctioneer. solicit your patronage. Tho Crown Cleaning Works. Business Change at Burdctt O. A. Mclnnes Co., of Bnrdetl have dissolved partnership. A new firm, '.mined lleber Co., "will handle the business, which Included a gen- eral store and machinery business. HIS EFFORT TO GET BUSINESS FOR CARDSTON MEETS WITH SUCCESS Cards ton, Sept. Woolf, A1.L.A. for Cardslon constituency, has .given out the information ibis week that he has received from Hel- ena, that the reclamation, department of the United States government would bring in the greater part of their supplies for their work at Babb, .Mont, through Cards ton. The inform- tion is to the effect that all full cars will be shipped to Cards ton, and in this will be included several thousand tons at coal and steel. This will mean a large amount of money expended lu :his district for hauling and otlvar work incidental to getting the supplies this point across the line. CITY ATST> DISTRICT Motored to Hat A. Olson and J. Harris motored to Medicine Hat this afternoou on busi- ness. Lots of Work at Hardieville A correspondent writes: There seems to be plenty of work at Hardie- ville. Everybody looks to be on the move, and there are no idlers to be seen. The mines taking on men ca fast as they come. Are After Thieves The police are looking for John Dee and W. P. Graham, who left Taber yes terday with somebody's grip and over- coat. They are also after a man who left Calgary "with a Culgarian's suit- case in his possession. 3upt. Cameron Home Superintendent J. AI. Cameron, of the Medicine Hat division the <_'. ome from his holiday .st yesterday, and re- trip to the coas; sunied his duties today. Trainmas- ter Smith of Lethbridge, who has been relieving Supt. Cameron, will return to the city today. Charged With Theft Eddie Tompkine was arrested yester- day, charged with having stolen goods in his possession. It appears he had i helped himself to the carbureutr of j air. Minkler's motor car, which is ly- ing in the ditch on the Macleod trail hill. Tomphins was remanded till to- morrow. Veterans Meet Friday Night, There will be a meeting of the- Vet- erans' Brigade in the S. O. K. ball on Friday night, arrangements j will be maxle for the parade and in-' speetton of the Brigade by the Duke of Connaught. Major Stewart will oc- cupy the chair. Making Good Progress Good progress is being made with the installation of the machinery for the street railway substation. Sup-; erintemlent Reid announced this i morning that he was making an ef-' fort to have the cars running on Fri-( day. One more car arrived this morn- ing from Preston, so thai, eight cars may foe put in commission. Where to Purchase Stoves and Ranges We wish to announce thai in iiddition lo onr.eiiteiisivo! stock of House Fui'iiisliins'S we have added a complete lino of STOVES AN1) KANGES Tliosu ranees are made by one of tlio most famous Canirtlan mmiufnolinvra. Absoluloly roliaUlo In every respect, and most economical. Prices, all tlio (o ,'or cash or on our Busy Payment System, which enables every home to Imva iho fluent Ranges on the market. Wo give a liberal discount for CASH. Come in and talk it over.. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers Hull Block Plionc 625-3rd Avo. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd- CORNER 6TH ST. AND 4TH AVF.. LETHBRIDGE. (REGISTERED TRADE MARK) FLAT WALL COLOURS Don't Miss Your Guess There's more than less than in it for you See Our Window A, Pleasing Preacher Rev. H. R. Johnson, M.A..R.D., grad- uate of Knox college, Toronto, preunh- fld very acceptably at both services in St. Andrews cfiurch yesterday. At the evening service in presence of :i large congregation. Mr. Johnson de- livered an excellent discourse on the1, life Moses and the many lessons 10! be'derived therefrom in the present I age. Didn't Cut His Weeds AT.ilton Ward, sr., a farmer, near Oiamond City, was prosecuted by Weed Inspector Brown for not cut- ting weeds, and Inspector West im- posed a fine of (10.00, THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endless Canvas Belts; Leather Belting; Rubber Belting; Lace Leather. Penberthy Injectors, Lubricators, Oil and Grease Cups SARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES u 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 755 and 1755 Lethbridge, Alta. Avc. S. LITTLE THINGS NEED WATCHING "Little aconis, etc." you know. good, honest, wholesome grain and feed grow into fnt and muscle-- fat for hogs and cle for horses, just the res- pective 'fluidities you want. The hog, horse cattle a-ncl poultry provender sup- ply fills the bill 365'days in the year, -tho' we don't sell it oa Sundays. J. C. Hanrnhan Phone 349 Athletic Park Tools for Building Trades CAJiPENTERS, BRICKLAYERS I PLASTERERS, ELECTRICIANS IRONWORKERS The Leading Brands in Latest Ideas DISSTON, STANLEY, ATKINS, "0." V. B." f "KEEN STARRET. P. S. f W., GOODELL-PRATT AND NORTH BROTHERS ;