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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TO ALL TRAIN! -f Httel Windsor M ItM Day In -f The Lethbridge Daily Herald 4, WHIN IN LITNIftlDOl J The DallMH to tHt BMt MMt COflVftfr U Stay ANY Small, light, simple and strong. The cleanest and most satis- factory FILTER on the market Makes bad water good, good water better. Capacity about 1O gallons of pure water per hour. Price Hick-SeLl Hardware Co. Typhoid Fever prevails in many localities. A few dollars invested in a NOXALL I germ proof filter will many adoctor's bill besides j making your water more I sparkling and palatable. take any chances? Can be cleaned by a child in a minute. Put in an free trial. P. O. Box Give Attention >d Mall Orden GRAMAPHONES How would you like a good machine without a horn for 665.001 Come and hear it. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS The Value of Pure Drugs and the Necessary 1 Experience in Compounding The value of Medicine lies equally between thn purity and pow- er of the drugs and the method and manner o' .their compounding. The drugs we offer are strictly of the highest class. Our training, experience uud equipment assure that all medicines will be pounfled rignt. Bring all your prescriptions here to bo filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. SPECIALISTS. A. BIPLEY, MANAGER, PHONE 77Z A SLUGGISH LIVER ii makes one feel drowsy, sick, but far from well. OUR LITTLE LIVER PILLS will do for the liver what nature refuses'to do for It. This remedy will work quickly and effectively. This a "cure all" but a positive remedy that has actually cured many a stubborn case. JACKSON COPE PREtCRIPTION aucoiueri t. JOHNSTON JACKSON. IHERLOCK H.OCK. PHONE 1IU. EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS TENDERS Estlmt-UJ given and prompt delivtry guaranteed of all building Mortar Stain. Hollow Brick. Corner Bead. Mttal Lith. Will Tlet. Insulating Material. Wall Plugt. Duplex Material. Mosaic Tile. Store Fronti, Expanilon Bolts and Anchors. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. We are unloading an extra fine car of WASHINGTON PRESERVING FRUIT Per large case CRAB largo cnse....... 52.50 5Z.75 A nice average nine, of a very Hue t'hivor. Price each The Rocky Kord kind. finest The price on Crawford and Klbcrtn Freestone Pouches is tho lowest tills season iiml the QUALITY IS KXt'KPTIOXALLY KINK. do not expect any nioi'o yood Kruestono Peaches after this week. and ISIbertas. finest for preserving. Per htrije case Beauty and Clanp's Fvivorite. Per large case............ Gages and Lombards, the last of this variety for the season. Quality fine, 4 CA Per I OU 1 Cookers. 51.20 I'nrc ench GREEN TOMATOES, 20 cases, price HUBBARD Fine for pies. Price per Ib YELLOW Price each C SWEET First of the season. Price, 3 Ibs: fof BLACK CALIFORNIA Price per basket C1 Cft MAIN STORE ROUND ST. 52S THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS DUFFERIN ST. ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY BRANCH WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL PHONE TIIEWEATHEK Kdrnnnton. cloudy B8 Calgary, clear 71 Lethhrfcigc. clear 7-1 Winnipeg, cloudy 70 Tort Arthur, fair 71 Kamloops, fair 78 Nelson............................... 7S The weather over the prairie pro- vinces since Saturday lias boon most- ly Sine and moderately warm. No forecasts. CITY AND DISTRICT W. R. Dobbin spent the day at Noble, looking alter business in con- Incction with lits farm there. John M. Oldham returned on Sat- iinlav.from his home in Duluth where hie has hcen visiting for some time. Richard Broeklebank, of Walkerion, lont., father of Aid. Brocklehank, oil Calvary, is dead. Xo arrests were niade over Sunday, and Police Magistrate Hall found a clean docket awaiting him this morn- ing. This has happened two days in succession, establishing a record. All the voting members of St. Paul's First Lutheran church are re- quested to he present at an import- ant business meeting Tuesday at 7.30 p.m., at the home of Rev. C. Grant, 1509 Sixth Ave., south, (Courtland Geo-> Angus lia.s. farm tuclve miles cast of Coaldale, and reports that the frost in that vi- cinity was so very light that no dam- age at all has been done to the flax and wheat. Cutting is in full swing and continued warm weather is the only essential for the harvesting of a bumper crop. Arrangements are nearly completed for an address to be given on Oct. 3 at the Y.M.C.A. by Henry George, Jr., a member jor one of the New York congressional districts. He will likely speak On some of the problems affecting single tax. While in the city an attempt will he made to have him address the Canadian Club. A TEX-CEXT PIECE can be the busy boy if Jot Joi .0 in our window. He can do more than ho has yet done in the city- Bread and Butter 4 plates. Each I UC Sauce Dishes, 4 Eacs ............-lUC Lots of Odd Pieces 4 Bach .IOC OUT THEY OO. We need the room. .Match a half doz. plates or saucers at 60c and yon are earning money for yourself. SEE OUR WINDOWS KIRKHAM BROS 315, Six-til St. Phone 556 HERRON TALKS j ABOUT THE NAVY Leaves Reciprocity Alone; I BUSINESS.LOCALS Call G6G, the Lethbridge Messenger Service lor quick message and bag- gage delivery. Office 327 Kounrl Si. 210-0 For cleaning, pressing, repairing ana alterations, phone 1074, Kings- ton, the tailor. 221-5 Bailiffs Auction .Sale under dis- tress for rent, of shooting gallery [equipment at. I p.m. on Tuesday, .the 12ih day of .September, 1011, at No. Ill Fifth street, south, Lethbridge, iV ON THE FARM OR IN THE HOME alioulc. never be without a, bottle Peroxide of Hydrogen .For: all. kinda sores. etc. It is a :most 'efficient germicide, antiseptic and dis- infectant, We have it in 1 pint, 1-2 pint, and' 4 ox. bottles. Qua1 lity guaranteed by The J.O. Stan runlli and DIspsDilni Chemlltl Nltht mil Day Nt 321 Nlfht Bell on Front Doer CITY AND DTSTKTCT II.Cameron and Em. II. Flectwood left on this morning's train for Fer- nie to complete the heating and plumbing on several contracts that Hick-Sent Co. have in that town, ior two "Lyceum Shooting Gallery." Terms jThcv cspcct to bo cash. 0. -J. Whitney, landlord, and 1'lic funeral took place this after- noon of Gordon William'Fisher, the nine months' old son of Mr. and Mrs. L'.irry Cleveland, tenant. 228-1 H. E. Browning, expert piano tun- ing, with Risen Piano Co., phone 791. 700-0 Phone 733 for general draying. Good service. Alberta Cartage Co. F. A. Fisher, 926 7th St., S. Rev. A. M. Gordon the minister and R. G. Addison tlio undertaker in Bailiff's Auction Sale under fore- charge of the services. The child closure of mortgage of complete IPS- laurant equipment at 2 p.m. oiiTues- 1 day the 12th day of -September, djed CATHOLIC SERVICES During the month of September at No. -Ill Fifth street, south, Lcth-JHev. N. K. .Meyer will visit the fol- bridfle "Kxcolsior Cafe." Term-s cash, 'owing missions: Jlarfjaitil Scott, mortgagee ami Mar j 0, John Ells, Grassy Chew, Mortgagor. 328-11 Drs. DC Veber anil Campbell have Budget of Macleod News Mactebd, Alberta, September A. G. Stanway, of the Bank of Bri- tish North America, has severed his connection with that institution here, and has entered the real estate busi- ness with R. G. Mathews. George Dodds, of the Calgary branch of that bank, is relieving Mr. Stanway here. L. C. Rlley, one of the latest real estate agents in Macleod, hits had an office built in the Fashion Cigar Store. He has secured sole ag- j ency for Riverside Addition property I from the owners, the Standard Secnr- j ity Co., of Lethbridge, and reports a i heavy business. j Mayor, and Mrs. T. Dickson, who have been visiting in Eastern Canada, have returned after an absence of six weeks. J. SwinnartQR, proprietor of the Empire Motel, left with his family on Wednesday, for a two-months' visit in Toronto. During hfs holiday. D. J. Grier will manage the business of the hotel. H. McGowan, of the staff of the Union Bank, Calgary, has been visit- ing friends during the past week. H. Martin, of the public school, who was delayed in arriving here on account of his being in some railway wreck in again teaching. Since opening the school for the fall term, many new pupils have -been en- rolled, and all of the rooms are now well filled. Thos. Wilton has opened the Olym- pic bowling alleys for the winter sea- son, they "having been closed'all sum- er. Although a heavy frost was report- ed through Southern Alberta last night, the -Macleod. district was not affected, and the lowest temperature at the N. W. M. Police barracks was 34 while the h.ghftst was 48. There was a slight frost in some por- tions of the district, but not suffici- ent to do any damage, as the grain, In particular, Is too far advanced now to 'be hurt in this way. After three days of rainy weather, it has again cleared up, and the farmers have again started their harvesting operations. With ten days or two weeks of good warm weather, tb-a crops in this district will be all cut, and everything will, then-be safe. It was reported here yesterday that lohn Herron had retired from the el- ection, but tins rumor was denied by ?ifr. Herron, who seems very confident of election. Politics in Macleod iris now quite quiet, as both candidates are working In other places, the general oninion seems to be that Dr. Warnock will have n very healthy ma- jority, not only In the whole constituency. Both sidea nro vorking very hard, hut their are being made In the rural districts, and Mr. Herron is using the nary question to gain pnpport, and hardly ever mentions reciprocity at hts meet- ngs, if it possibly cnn be avoided. removed to their offices, Koyafil Hank UlocU. Phone 305. 221-12 ?.Iiss Patleson anil Miss Anna Pat- tcson will recommence their class for little children on Monday, Kept. 11, :109 8ti> Avn., A., South. 225-3 j Sec K. W. Kingston's new Fall and winter suitings and overcoatings, i; Sept. 17, Al'blon Ridge; acpt. IS, Black Spring Ridge; Sept. urunetU; Sept 21, Jos. Koch's; oept. Sweet Valley; Sept. 23, K. aanders; Sept. Tony Grots'a: 25 find. 26. P. HempU's; Sapt. Jos, Cyr, Barney. M4'SIXTH ST. 8. PHONE 591 A C. N. R. STEAMER LINE Winnipeg, S-spf.. Daniel j Mann arrived in tho city today, and Bailiff's Auction Hale under distress for rent of Household Furniture and effects at JJ ;i HI.-, on Tuesday, the I2lh day of September, 1811, at Xo. 289 Seventh .Avc., A., south, (Hrun- ton I.ethhriilRC', Alberta.; Terms cash. A. M. landlord., anil Cico. R. iMatcellus, tenant. in a reminiscent mood, comment- ing on the fact that it was Just thirty- two years since he first act foot In Winnipeg, and noting He announced Incidentally that the Can- adian Northern will proceed, to the establishment of of pa Men get; boats on the Great Lukes, the fint wiling to be In the fprlitf of TAR-AND-FEATHER FIENDS SENTENCED TO PRISON Shadyhend. Kas.p Sept. ('larkc. merchant and miller of Shadyhend, the last of the men sough' by the Lincoln county au- Itipril.ics on u charge of complicity in [he tar and feathering episode, was irrastcd tills afternoon. Clarke hns heca absent since the prosecution in he rase began, hut returned home to- lay. Two of the hoys have already ,ecn found in the justice of he peace covirt, and sentenced, each o three months in jail. They have ippralert to the district court and ire out ou bond. Edward Kicord, who took the girl to the spot rvhero he attack was made, is Mfving a rear ti jtll. The New Fall and Winter Suits For Men IIIGIT-GKADU CLOTHING Material of tho season's IU'LCSI Scotch Tweed. Beit English Sergei and Worsteds. None but the best linings used. Work nut iifUilp of highest order. Style modelled According to New York's latest ideas. Prices SIS SUITS MADE TO MEASURE AND PElUi'ECT FIT GUARANTEED. MEN'S FALL-WEIGHT OVERCOATS The Bentley Coy. Ltd. Prices Will Advance Shortly BUY READY MIXED PAINTS at per gal. right now from Arthur Hayr Assignee Phone 575 P.O. Box 27 Try ROCHON'S for a nice DAINTY LITTLE LUNCH 25c 35c 4Oc SOc QUAKER BREAD "It has that creamy-rich flavor, lightness and whiteness that adds to the relish." Why waste coal your strength baking when you can get QUAKER BREAD BO eaiily. Jtiit 1027 and we will