Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
mil Mil TO ALL TMINt Hotel Windsor Day In The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LtTHBMIDOf The DulliiH Hotel li (hi >nd Milt Conviiv ta V Small, light, simple and strong. The cleanest and most satis- factory FILTER On the market Typhoid Fever prevails in many localities. A few dollar! invested in a I NOXALL germ proof filter will save many adoctor's bi! 1 besides j making your water more j sparkling and palatable. Why take any chances? Can be cleaned by a child in a minute. Put in on ItJd.jV free irui. Makes bad water good, good water better. Capacity about 1O gallons of pure water per hour. Price .We are unloading nn eartra fine car ot WASHINGTON PRESERVING FRUIT Tlie price on-Cmu-fort! and Klbertu Freewloi IS KXI'WTIO.S'AU.Y Jo'not expect nnj and Klhertas. I'rlct- pet- case finest for preserving. Per large CUPO lieutltv and Clapp's Fuvorlle. Per larse case Gages and Lombards, the last of this variftv for the season. Quality fine, ffi J Per cuse ...........................9 I 1 Cookers. I'er large cuse CRAB large case nu I'uaulien Is tlio lowest tills season mid the QUALITY r more good Kroestoito fetiches after tills week. nice average size, of n Cflfk vei-y tine flavor. 1'rlce ciu-lt ............5JUG Hocky Ford'kind. Finest 1fl-19' nice each IU I t, GREEN TOMATOES, 20 cases, price ouch HUBBARD for pies. I'rlce per Ib YELLOW nf each C SWEET of the season. Price. 3 !bs. lor .........................bWW BLACK CALIFORNIA per basket THE GOOD COMPANY MA IN STORE HIGH CLASS GROCERS OUFFERIN (T. ROUND ST. ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY BRANCH 52! WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL PHONE Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. 0- Sox S7i We Give Special Attention Mali LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS JUST AVHAT YOr SEED IX YOUR BUSIXESS. A G'OOD leaves and leather tab index. Call and see them. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION -SANK. PHONE 1281. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS A SLUGGISH LIVER makes one feel drowsy, dull, not really sick, but far from Avell. OUK LITTLE LIVER PILLS will do for the liver what nature refuses to do for it. This remedy will, work quickly'.and effectively. This is not a "cure all" but a positive remedy that has actually cured many a stubborn case. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION auceenorr fo JOHNSTON JACKSON. IHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1231. EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS Babbitt Metals Wiping Solder Caulking Lead Dynamo Metals Carried in stock Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd, THE WEATHEB Edmonton, clear 15S '2 .O'J Calgary, cloudy 71 ''I t LcUihridgo, clrrr TO 45 I Winnipeg, cloudy.......... 5K 31 Tort Arthur, clear 3-1 Kamloops, clear S3 IS Very light showers have occurred at a points in Northern Alberta and Northern Saskatchewan, hut the tvcather all over the prairie provinc- es lias been mostly fine. In Alberta i it has been much warmer, while cool j lias prevailed in the other provinces. FORKCAST All West-Fine and Iwarm today and on Wednesday. (VITV AN'J! DISTRICT A TEN-CENT PIECE can be the busy boy if let loose in our lie can do more than ho has yet done in the city- Bread and Buttor plates. Each I UC Dishes, 4 ft_ Kacs .............'1UC Lots of Odd Pieces 4 ft- Each lUC QUT THEY GO. We need the room. Match a half doz. plates or saucers at COc and yon are earning money for yourself. The Value ol Pure Drugs and the Necessary Experience in "Compounding The value of Medicine lies equally between and pow- er of the drugs and the method and manner of their compounding. The we offer arc strictly of the highest class. Oisr training, experience and equipment assure that all medicines will he com- pounded rignt. Bring all your prescription here to be filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. SPECIALISTS. A. 1, fliPLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 There will he a meeting; of the Boy j .Scouts at 7 o'clock sharp at 1310 _ j Third Ave., tonight. Hon. A. J. McLean, of Tahcr, is; in the city todav on government busi-j ness. j D. .1. .McCiitchron and LeRovJ 01 Calgary, are in ihe city on busi- ness. The two weeks' old infant oi Mr. find Mrs. A. F. Janes died in this city yesterday. Thus. Kennedy this morning took out a permit to luiild a resi- dence on Fifth St., S. P. C'lemis, traveller for the ElIisorTJ Mills, is at present engaged on bnsi- j jncss on the 0. branch. j M. K. Kaake lias installed- chair in his barber shop, thus making a five-chair shop. D. Donald, accountant of the Citi- zens' Lumber Co., is spending his cation looking after his farming in- terests in Nan ton district. The death occurred last evening of Krnest William Scott, the fourteen jiionths' old son of Mr. and Mrs. E. j A. Scott, at their residence, 133 19th Ave., N. Mrs. Kcott and baby had; arrived from Cornwall, Mngland, on- ly three weeks ago, the hitler's sick- ness being of two weeks' duration. The funeral will he held tomorrow; afternoon nt. 2.30 fi'oni the family i residence. Funeral services will he j preached bv Her. C. II. Popham in-' torment in the St. Augustine's cem- etery. Mr. McLean, of London, If.ngland, arrived in the city this morning from Vancouver. He is. .an his return trip, end stopped of! at Lethbridge to in- spect the city of which lie has heard so much, and to a Herald reporter expressed a very favorable opinion I of the city. He .said that he bad 'heard that I.utlthridgc was contem- plating the construction of a street railway system, and thought lie might interest tiie authorities in a SEE OUf WINDOWS The germ which causes Typhoid Fever is claimed by. scien- tists to bo lulled. Lime Juice It is a healthful drink at any rate. We have all sizes. The Store CI.LU 1 and Dl Che ml 6 ti Night and Bay Telephone 323 Night Beli on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS Call 860, the Lethhriflge Mes Service for quick message and bag. gagr delivery. Office 327 Round St. 210-0 M. E. Browning, expert piano tun- ing, with Mason Risch Piano Co., phnne 791. '00-0 I Order vour coal now, while the London comp.'inv wnie.h would undt-r- r .1T i- i- ,_ ,__ i hauling is good, from M. K. Kaake, CITY AND DISTKICT Mike and Kalmen Bcrcs pot into an altercation yesterday afternoon at j one of the hotels, and were lined j three dollars and costs apiece this morning. Oeo. W. Green, manager of the KHison Milling and Klevator Co., spent the day on a business 'rip to visit the company's newly purchased elevator at Diamond City. New hall alleys have been installed in R. Kennedy's pool and hartier hall, North Lethbridge. They arc a new notion for the city and a source oi much amusement. The spur track to the Western Sup- ply and Kfjiiipnicnt Co. warehouse is being rapidly laid, and will he in condition for trains in a few days, j Tin; jMarnoch warehouse spur will be! i laid as soon as this piece of work is finished. The Massey-Harris company today j unloaded a car of wagons. The impie-! imcnt agency of McMahon A: Quinti un-j loaded a" car of twine. All the vari-j ous agencies report a continued keen i demand for twine and harvesting plements and repairs. Word has been received from the parents of R. F. Archer, wlio died on Saturday last, regarding funeral di- rections. The bony, which has been held at Fettcrly's undertaking par- lors, will be interred tomorrow, ser- vices to be held at St. Augustine's church at one o'clock. Today the fire engine of Fire Hal o. .1 was brought into service anc used in pumping water from, the pone j on the corner of 7th street and 8th I Ave., S. Some little difficulty j experienced in properly placing the j engine, as the soft ground interfered with setting operations. .E. C. Slump, is spend- i ing a few days in the city on a husi- j ness trip.-Mr. Slump is a staunch ad- 'vocate of and a worker for reciproc- i ity, and he claims the outlook this'line is bright for the party be represents. T. Easton returned this mornin from Cardston, where he went yes- terday on a business mission. Mr. Haston will soon follow his wife and fan.'ily. to the of Washington, where they expect to make their home. Physical Director Wilkes requests that a" senior members who have not yet undergone a physical exam- ination, as quickly as possible make an appointment with him. Physical and gymnasium classes will com- mence next month and it is necessary that all members shouln- be examined before taking part in the classes. take to insiul the system for them. office opposite Alexandra HoieU Phone 733 for general draying. Good service. Alberta Cartage Co. 200-33 Hrs. De Vebcr and Campbell have removed to their offices, Royafil Bank Block. Phone 305. 221-12 lie will report to his company, and thinks that there is a likelihood of a great of Knglish capital being invested here shortly. -j Arthur Hrailiorn, district and passenger agent for the C.P.R., is in i the city for a day or two on busi-! ness for the company. Speaking to the Herald last evening Mr. Hea- thorn was verv optimistic as to the [ire vail ing conditions here in Western "Crops through the Ihree prairie said he, "have gratified my highest, hopes. I believe j will be al least Iwo hundred million bushels harvested in the West, i There will he n Liberal meeting at CITY AND DISTHICT The' cement laying .r.ing :irc working on 1st Ave.-. S. just noitli j thi of the various lumber companies and! bridge and l wurphousos on Ihis avenue. LAD KILLED IN MIMIC DUEL Tooele, Ulah, Sept. guess- Ing that ho '.v.Tii IB become the victim of a tragedy that In the u-oiild lie found to have none of the niiniio features which he had In mind. Lester 'J'rownrldge, a 17-year-old hoy of this place, suggested !o his friend, Earl Homl. a youth of 14, that they "Inivo a clirel." The lad assented ana distance hetwcen Young Trow- rival had hnon paced off, both raised their guns at the signal "fire." But only the one and a, least tnrlv per ami verv filing tomorrow (Wednesday) possibly more, will grade number speakers will be H. S. doling, am) an j Hirer and higher. I am on my Keillor others. lhe from nual trip looking over the S. S. the Cnlpary whole- i panion's rifle in his left, breast. Al- iirolilcm, and I believe. Innrerisnlc fruit dealer, is spending the day I though falling to his knees, young influx of population, than ever before in the city in connection with bnsi- j'I'rowbrlilgo was on his feet In a mo will lie consciiiicnre of the biininor i "ess nt the company's distributlne jmonl "inning toward the 1 Here he fell again and his friend realized for the first Mine itlmt he lind j been shot. The boy expired before a now being harvested. Kvory- here. I body is enlliiisinslic over prevailing j Will Marshall, v.-hn with his broth-j and srcntcr. era of is Roing inlo business in Taher could >bc summoned. jprrily than ever has settled upon the. the. dniR and jewelry line, returned tn f. 0. BOX 270 S24 SIXTH ST. S, PHONE 6UI j West, l.cthhridge is a ROOI! city and Talier yesterdiiy. aflcr a short Imsi- the i ness to the city. The. new firrrt T a Rood investment at present will open their stock this week. The VOI.R on tte nmnignmntion of Kdmonton and Straincona will !w Prices Will Advance Shortly r- IL. 4 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 2Sc 3Sc 4Oc 5Oc 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH Famous 'Minerva' Paints Made by Pinch in Johnson Co. in England since 1834 Now prepared at their factory in Toronto. Contain absolutely the highest grade in- gredients possible to secure. Full line for all requirements. House Finislics, Enamels, Floor Paints, Shingle Stains, Ilarn and Factory Taints. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. Special Showing of Fall Dress Goods and Suitings Our dress goods department is fully equipped for Fall business. A splendid line of English Broadclolhs, pure wool Vpnotians, Serges and Fancy Worsted Suitings. Silk Velvets and Velveteens Fashion's latest dictate. All shades in high grade velveteens. Special quality for Fall Dresses and Suits. J Tailoring and The Bentley Ltd. QUAKER BREAD "Comes to you fresh every sweet and dainty." Life is too short and QUAKER BREAD too good for you to spend your time in a hot kitchen baking. Just phone 1027 (or a sample loal and find out how good QUAKER BREAD rally It. j G1LMORE CORNER ITH ST. AND 4TH AVE, LETHBRIDQI.