Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE TO ALL TRAINS Hotel WiiMlsw I Hotel In 1 Tie Lethbridge LAST CALL We still luive a.varied assortment of uten- sils worth-up to 50c each, which we are sell- 10, 15, 20 and 25c These articles are .money savers. A large number of housekeepers have secured many articles at these prices.. THIS IS THE LAST CALL RESPOND TO-MORROW C. W.GRAY The store that saves you moiiey WALL PAPERS YOU WILL WAST TO BBPAPEE 30ML vour rooms for the winter. Our-stock of paper is th. largest in Southern Alberta and ranges from the cheapest to the leather papers. Write tor samples. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK, 'PHONE 1265 Agenti for Empire .nd Underwood Typewriters Trusses Let us do vour difficult work in trusses. We carry a large stock There are One Hundred and Fifty-one in stock for you to select from. We make a specialty in accurate flttlns. Our large sS with expert handling allows us to give perfect satisfaction. Send your mail orders. For quotations write ul. The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. And a Good Solution COST INSIGNIFICANT JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK ANY CUT YOU WANT Apples, Crab Apples, Peaches, Italian Prunes, Grapes and Celery in abundance A I'iiKi iis.sovlmonl. of lluviiliovo goods ill; popular prices WHEN IN The Dallas Holvl It the MMt Convtn- APPLES. 5016 case's, good cookers and fairly good for eating: special per'case CRAB APPLES. 501b cases, all the best varieties, such us H.vsiops, Tra'uscendmit and others. Special .ner case WHITNEY CRABS, all Hmiid. h.ut a little larger than the other kinds, and not so juicy. Special per case................. GRAPES, Tokays, Black Prince and Muscats, Price per Price expect'another oar of asso'rted the beginning of next week. PEACHES Cniwfords ami Elbortas, extra cholfo stock belt buy what peaches you waul for pressing as the good one, will soon be ovor (or this year, per case ITALIAN 20tt> llcach boJes. Per box PRUNES, 4 basket cratw, fafnoiis' Patten fc Sons, celery, from B. C. Well bleached and very tender and crisp. Tills celery is without an equal anywhere, per Ib. 15Ci 'fruit and vegetables from AVash- AViVtch our ad. for particulars. THE GOOD COMPANY Dust Dust Dust In the evening after a. hot hard uaj's work, nothing clears out the accumulation of dust and dirt like one of OtTK GUARANTEED ATOMIZERS SATISFACTION GREAT PHONE 1232 HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM, FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ------PHONES------ Oroctry Dept. S25 WholcMle Dept. 1271. let'Cream Dcpt. ethbridge dmonton oronation rook, askltoon randon amloops Penticton ed algary [acleod ledicine Hat loose .law roadview 'ortage 'ort Arthur kelson 6fi 74 76 63' 72 72 eisua The weather throughout the prairie rovinces has been mostly fine. No ain reported. Temperatures have eeii higher In the West. Fortcakt All Fine and rarm today and on Thursday. CITY AND DISTRICT' Born Saturday, September 7, .912, to Mr. H. H. and Mrs. a ;oo. Court at Cardston Tomorrow Judge Winter left this afternoon for Cardston. where he will hold court omorrow. Only One One lone drunk was the contritm- .ion at police court this morning. He was given the usual. Vljltlna Coutts Superintendent Wilson, of the Po- lice Barracks, left for Coutts this, siag OE biulaeaa connected with his department. Band Concert Tomorrow If the weaiher remains favorahle the City Band will give a concert In the Gait Gardens., tomorrow evening, at 8 o'clock. Mr. Cllne and his musi- cians promise an attractive program. Arrivals The C.N.R. steamer Royal George arrived in Quebec at.eleven o'clock this morning. Cabin passengers wil" arrive in Lethbridge on .Monday next and third-class passengers on dar. in beef, mutton, pork, venl or lamb is here ready for you in a ill Fowl lame is nere reuuv 101 juu iu n i winkling. Fresh killed Fowl, too, of the finest flavor, and hams, bacon, and sausages that will make your mouth water. Our meat is cut from fresh-kill- ed, well-fed cattle, and iv; known for its aweet tenderness. Chops steaks, and cutlets that inelt In the mouth. G. A. Delany S. O. E. Notice S. O. E. W. R. meet tonight in S. O. B. Hall, at eight o'clock sharp. All members are requested to be in at- jndance, as something; of special in. erest will be placed before the tneet- ng. Business: Dues; initiation. PHONE 452 NyaPs Face Cream Is in excellent greaselcss, disappearing cream, and possesses marked antiseptic qualities. It is a splendid preparation to uso for sunburn, chafing, and smarting of hands and face caused bj the wind. We have it In two sizes. 25 cents and 50 cents. Our -Nyal Department la always with Nyal'a Family Remedies, KENNY ALLIN DRUGS STATIONERY SUPPLIER OLIVER BLOCK PHONE UW Pincher Creek Farmer Dead The death occurred in tha city yes- crday of William O'Neill, aged 8-1 ears, a well-known farmer of Pinch-; r Creek. Deceased' leaves a widow nd grown up family to mourn his OSB. The remains will he sent to 'incher Creek this evening from Fet- crly's undertaking parlors. and in- erment will take place at Pincher Creek, on the arrival of the mcmbtTS jf deceased's family from the Bast. The late Mr. O'Xelll was greatly re- jected among the farming coinmtin- ty in Pinchei- Creek, and much sym- pathy is extended to HIP widow and ramily in their sad bereavement. Another Grain Firm Locates I.elhhridge is coming to the front as a grain shipping point, greatly ui account of the fact that shipments are made here earlier than from any other divisional point In the West This has led to the installation hero of offices of several grain companies doing business in Western Canada The latest firm to open an office is> the Koyal Grain Co.. of Calgary. Mr Pike, of the company, was iu tile clt> yesterday, and secured offices in th Sherlock Dlock, and 'announced tha a nwii would put In chargo diatily. Wall Bargains 20 Per Cent off the Price all Wall- Paper, Burlap, etc. We still have a good as- sortment ;of. new papers and new patterns, and It will save you money to get paper noit, even if you are not intending to use .it for a time. The Red Cross Drug Book Co. Limited Phone 655 Third Ave. Opened a Cafe .at one time ml the staff at the Alexandra, has open- ed a cafe at 410 5th St. S. Phone 625-3rd Ave. CITY AND DISTRICT Where to Purchase Stoves and Ranges We wish to nnnoime.o that in. addition to our extensive stock oi House Furnishings we have added ti complete line STOVES AND RANGES-. economical. Prices, all to for cash our Easy Payment System much enable. every home to have the flnwt flanges on the market Wo give a liberal discount for. CASH." Come In and talk it over. Lethbridge's Greatelt Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers Builness Men's Meeting A meeting of the Business Men's association will he Held in the sec-' retary's office, 307 S-, ou Fri" I day evening at 8 o'clock, when it is_' hoped a large attendance will be present...... Appointed Adjudicator Rhyud Jumleson, the music and dra malic editor of the Herald, has been "appointed adjudicator at .the Card- ston Choral Festival, to be held in Cardston on Friday and Saturday, September 20 and 21. May Sell'Church Building It is quite possible that 'the First Baptist Church may sell their frame church -buHding on Third avenue in the near future, provided they suc- ceed iu securing suitable accommoda- tion elsewhere, until they are ready to go ahead with the building of their new ciiurch. Fruit Jar Rings Just arrived Get your orders in J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 Ninety-five Babies Photographed In response to the request in th Herald that mothers take their babies to Mr. La Feitz' to be photographed for the purpose of publication in the booklet, "Lethbridge Illustrated" 95 babies were taken. The booklet gives promise of being most elaborate. Speedy Trial Before Judge "Winter in the District Court yesterday, Bert Horton appear- ed on "the charge of stealing horses near Yetwood. The prisoner elected to 'he tried speedily, and a date will be accordingly fixed for trial. In con- nection with the foregoing case, O. H. O-Tott, who is charged with receiv- ng the stolen horses elected to be ried. speedily, and 'will stand -his rial :on September 30. Mr. Palmer s Deling for Horton, and Mr. Eaton, >f Calgary, is representing O-Tott. BUSINESS LOCALS For quick baggage service, phon 70. Rex Cigar Store. H. E. Browning, piano tuner wit lason Ltd., phone 791. 200-0 666 the Messenger Service for romnt message and baggage delivery. CANADIAN GENERAL SUPPLY CO., LTD 2nd Ave. South. Building, Mining Railway. Contractors Sup- plies. Coal, Paints, Lubricating Oils, Plate Olata, Beaver Board. Phone 5M. We solicit your patronage. The Crown Cleaning Worts. Steamship Arrivals S. li. Mitchell, local agent received word that the C.P.R. Empress of Brit- ain was reported by wireless 226 miles east of Belle Isle. She is due to dock at Quebec 11 p.m. Thursday Western cabin passengers reach Lethbridge Monday and 'i'lies day and steerage passengers Wetlvea dn'y next. The O.N.R. steamer Hoy al George, docked at Quetci: Ihli morning and cabin pagacufws wil reach here .Monday, sleornjre, Tues day fiew Restaurant to Open The new Self Service Cafeteria in be Dominion block will be opened on Saturday.at 12 o'clock for inspec- tion al citizens. This cafeteria should prove ot interest, being the first of ts kind in the city. There arc no waiters, it being a self-helping cafe. It Is being fitted up elaborately and should prove a big success. The first meal will be. served from 11.30 to 2. o'clock on Monday. Approved Bridge Plans The Board of Railway Commission- ers of Canada have approved of the plans for'a steel bridge at mileage 2C.S Suffleld-Kipp subdivision. This would seem to indicate that the Kipp- Suffield line is going to Kipp. and not to Vulcan, and Is evidently for a bridge over the Bow river. The offi- cial notice to this effect has already been issued. This ought to be good news to the Lethbridge Board of Trade, who should at once see to it that the railway company do not change-their intentions. Gait Gurdens a Pattern John Sweating, Industrial commis- loner, and Mr. Smith, architect, ot C. P. R. department of natural resources, left this morning to con- ir.ue their tour of Southern Alberta, j after spending yesterday afternoon and last night in the city. Mr. Smith, who is designing the plan for the C. P.' R. exhibit for the Dry-Farming Con- gress exposition, had nothing but jleasant words to say about the Gait Jardens, which, he claims, will make Lethbridge the prettiest city in the West. More cities should pattern after the park, no thinks. GOOD ROADS ARE PLEASING Grand forks, N.D., Sept. (huslastie over good roads which have been built by the Merldan rone! forces, "working between here and Winnipeg, .Man., officcrs'of Che Meri- dian Highway association, reached here last night, closing the first ot their" tour of inspection, which will take them to Galveston, Tei, LITTLE THINGS NEED WATCHING "Little acorns, etc." -you know. Well, good; honest, wlioleeome grain and -feed grow into fat and fat for hogs and cles for horses, just the res- pective qualities, you want. The hog, horse cattle and po.ultrj1 provender sup- ply fills the bill 365 days.in the year, tho' we don't sell, it on Sundays. J. C. Hanrahan 'phone 349 Athletic Park Tools for Building Trades CA.RPENTEKS, BRICKLAYERS PLASTERERS; ELECTRICIANS IRONWORKERS Brands i-. in Latest Ideas DISSTON, "0. V. B." "KEEN P. S. 1 W GOODELL-PRATT AND -NORTH BROTHERS The JVIcKeown Hardware Go. Ltd- 5 CORNER 5th ST., AND 4th' AVE. LETHBRIDGE (REGISTERED TR. FLAT WALL COLOURS Don't Miss Your Guess There's more than less than in it for you Sec Our Window THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endless Canvas Bills; Luther Injectors, Lubricators, Oil and Grease Cups GARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES Immediate Shipment. Agent, for Canadian Falrbanks-Mor.c Oil Tractors, Gasoline j Engines, Etc. t Orders from THE TRADE especially solicited J. B. Turney Company j IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS m and 1765 Lethbridfle', AIU. 1245-2nd Ave. S.