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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS IloU'l Windsor But a Day Hotel.In Alberta IKe Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE Tin'. Dnlliis lloiel li the Beit and Most Conven- ient Place to Stay______ LAST CALL AVe still bare a varied assort meiii of uton- p lo eaeli, which are soil- ing at 5, 10, and 25c Tbese articles are money savers. A large number of housekeeper bavo. secured many aiticles a! tlie.se prices. THIS IS THE LAST CALL RESPOND TO-MORROW C. W. GRAY The store that saves you money WALL PAPERS YOU WILL WANT TO EEPAl'EE SOME cf vour rooms for the winter. Our stock .01" paper is Hie largest in Southern Alberta and ranges from the cheapest to the finer leather papers. Write for samples. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK PHONE 1265 Agents for Empire and Underwood Typewriters STAMPEDE These famous pictures are now for sale at the Frank Hedloy Drug Co. Get a folder, they are jroing like hot cakes for 25 cents (Mch at. The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. ANY CUT YOU WANT Dust Dust Dust In the evening after a hot hard clay's work, nothing clears out the day's accumulation of dust and dirt like one of OUR GUARANTEED ATOMIZERS And a Good Solution COST INSIGNIFICANT SATISFACTION GREAT JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 in beef, million, pork, veal or lamb is here ready for you in a twinkling Fresh lulled Fowl, too, of -the finest flavor, and hams, bacon, and sausages that will make your nioutli water. Our meat in cut from fresh-kill- ed, well-fed cattle, and ta known for its tenderness. Chops uiealcB. and cutlets that melt in the mouth. G. A. Delany PHONE 452 Nyal's Face Cream Is an excellent. greflRelpss. disappearing cream, and possesses marked antisejHie qualities. H is n splendid preparation to use for sunburn, chafing, and smarting of Imnds and face caused by tlie wind. Wo have it in (wo sfaoB. 25 ceiiia and flu conU. Our Nyal Uepurttneiii is always replutn with Xyal's Remedies. KENNY ALLIN DRUGS. STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OLIVER BUO'CK PHONE HS7 Apples, Crab Apples, Peaches, Italian Prunes, Grapes and Celery in abundance A fine assortment of the above .u'ootls at popular pric.es. APPLES, cases, gomi cookers and fairly good lor eniins; siffcial per CRAB APPLES, liases, all tho best varieties jnich as llyslotis. Tnvjisct'mlant and others. Special tier ease WHITNEY CRABS, -5011) cases, all souuil, but a little larger than the other kinds, and not so juicy. Speviul per case GRAPES, Tokays, BlHCk Prince and Price per Ib......'........................ 25c Price per basket....................... 90c, Wo expecl aaotho.r ear of assorted inii'ton (In1 of next week. PEACHES. C'rawfords mill Klbortas. extra choice stock better buy what peaches you want lor preserving us tlio sood ones will soon bo ovur for this year, pier case.................... ITALIAN peach boxes. Per box.............................. ITALIAN PRUNES, -I basket unites, I'er crate famous Patten Sons, celery, from Armstrong. B. C. Well bleached and very lender and crisp. This celery is without an eitual anywhere, per Ib................... 15c. fruit and vegetables from AVash- Wntcli our ad. for particulars. -----PHONES----- Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. let Cream Dept. 627. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM, FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PHONES----- Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. WEATHER 71 67 73 7S 74 78 70 7-1 7-1 74 Lelhbiiilgc, cleat Edmonton, clear Brooks, clear Moose Jaw cloudy Estevan, clear...... Pentieton, clear Calgary, fair Medicine Hat. clear Reginat clear Winnipeg, clear........ Port Arthur, clear Coronation, clear Saskatoon, clear Yorktoii, clear Katnioops, clear Red Deer, clear Macleod, clear Prince Albert, clear Swift Current, fair Kelson, clear The weather throughout the prairie provinces has continued for the most part fine and it has been warm in all directions. At no point was the mountain temperature telow 70 de- crees. "FORECAST: AH ami warm today and on Friday. CITY AND DISTRICT i Building Permit A building permit has been taken out by A. and H. Walling for a resi- dence on Fifteenth street South. Wall Paper Bargains 20 Per Cent off the Price 'of all Wall- Paper, Burlap, etc. We still have a good as- sortment of new papers and new it will save you money to get paper now. even If you are not intending to use it for a time. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited 'Phone 555 >a CITY AND DISTRICT Busy Rehearsing for Duke Tho children of the Central school are busy rehearsing rhcir patriotic choruses, which they will sing on the I occasion of the Duke of Counaught's visit here next month. Mr.'Proctor Goes to Regina J. B. Proctor, formerly district pas-1 senger agent of the C..P. R. for this' district, 'but latterly of Brandon, has been-appointed to a similar position in the new passenger district created with Kegiim as headquarters. Superintendent Coming Superintendent Cameron, of the -Mecliciive Hat division, of the C.P.R., will arrive in the city tomorrow to iuBpoct the work which is being done here on the company's yards and de- pot. Cardston Chora! Conductor Here S. S. Newton, conductor of the Card- ston Choral Society, was in the city i today arranging with "Dry-Farm- j Ing Congress officials, us to the visit; of his choir here next month. Mr. Ne'wton was also arranging for se- j curing stage scenery for the .Bijcu {J Theatre at Cardston, Band Concert Tonight j Weather permitting, City Band will give a concert in Gait Gardens this evening at S o'clock. An excel- lent programme has been prepared. S. of T. Executive to Meet The weekly executive meeting of the Board of Trade 'will be held this evening at S o'clock in the Acadia. Block. Good Templar's Meeting A meeting of the International Or- der of Good Templars, will 'be held ouight at 8.1o in ine Gospel Hall, on Thirteenth street North. Business Men's Meeting A general meeting, of the Busi- ness Men's Association will be held tomorrow, Friday, evening, at S o'- clock, in the secretary's office, Sixth street South. Doesn't Like Celestials G. Edridge has a spite against the Chinese population, and last night, while travelling under a jag of some proportions, took his vengeance out on .lang On. a restaurant proprietor on one of the main streets. .Tang is travelling about today with a very noticeable .lamp. Edridge appeared before .Magistrate Bentley this morn- ing, and was fined the costs of the court, or five days in the Jug. Deportations Immigration Inspector A. E, Hum- phries yesterday deported Stanley Mclaughlin, to England, who has jwsfc completed a six-mouths' term at the jail here for ih-aft. An insane man, Bort Moreland. was sent to Findlay. Ohio, in charge of Officer of Calgary. Arthur Krahn, a seven- months' term man for forgery, was sent across the boundary this morning in charfic of Officer Croery. Friday the Crucial Day There are no new developments in the police investigation today. Kv- eryon-e is waiting unlit tomorrow. ..-en the police committee will meet, to decide the fate of tjie three sus- pended officers. Thn petition is still being circulated and largely signed. However, from senilmeiits expressed hy-Heveral of the aldermen they will refuse to bo stampeded by any peti- tion, however largely, signed. The council, they claim, have {acts of this case before them, and they are the ones who must reach the deoi sion. A large number of hots be Ing made, as to the disposal of the Chief by the council, and the 'belllris IK about even that lie will be roll stated. Fruit Jar Rings Just arrived Get your orders in J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 BUSINESS LOCALS For quick baggage service, piiono Hex Cisar Store. II. K. piano tuner with Mason Riscll, Ltd., phone 781. 200-0 Pbonc (ilie the Messenger Service tor message and baggage delivery. See the Calgary Stampede pictures it Run-laud next -Monday and Tues- day. Authentic motion pictures of Cal- vary Stampede, at Starland next Mon- :ian any Tuesday. Ten per cent off everything in (he store Including millinery, until wo move to North licthbrldec. C. A. Cooksley. do repniriiiB on ladles' or gent's clothing. The Crown denning Works. FljETC'HKK MUSIC METHOD FOK McGregor will giv tin illuntrauul dernonsiration on tho "i-'lmdher Method" on Snturduy after noon -at. four o'clock in the basement of Knox'church. All who are inter esled are cordially invited to attend, Money Needed Badly The City Council is.anxiously await-1 ing some definite answer from fhej "Wood-Gundy Co., who bought part of i the bond issue two 'weeks ago, taking an option on the remainder of the j Although taxes are coming j in better than ever in the history of the city, 'the treasury is having re- peated calls made upon it to meet the demands of. companies who furnished imterial for the street railway system. The sale of the bonds is, therefore, important. Labor Scarce Building in Lothbrldge is being hampered just at the present, time through luck of a supply of labor. During the Stampede a large number of carpenters and other skilled labor- ers went to Calgary, and finding a great demand for their services there, ind also high wages prevailing, they remained. The result is that local contractors are finding a hard time to .make rapid headway with the con- j tracts 'they already have in hand. Smith Bros. Wilson have about giv- in up hope of having the manual train ng school ready for opening on Octo- ber 10, the date of the visit of the Duke of Connaught. Other contract- ors are having the same trouble. Sunday School Convention The annual convention of the r.oth- bridge district of the Alberta Sunday School Association, will be held in this city on Wednesday, October Other district conventions in Soutn- Alherta. will hu: (.Vow's Nest, October 9; Pincher Creek. October 11; Macleod, October II; 'Warner, October J8; .Taher, October 21: Medi- cine Hat, October L'3; Throe Hills, October 25; High River, October W; Claresholni. October :.10, and Vulcan, November I, Chief Brown Still in Bed That, there may be some startling j developments at the hearing of Helen Cline, charged with 'being the a ceo in-1 pllce of th-e man who beat up Acting-J Chief Brown on Monday night, IH lite' rumor on the streets today. Brown is still confined to his bed, and is so bnd.ly bruised about the hotly ihat it was impossible for him to appear In court, this morning against tho wo- man. Her caae was accordingly manded nn-rll Monday morning, but so far as OKI HeraM can learn the police have absolutely no evidence against her, other than that she was in the_house when the assault took place. The man who beat up the Act- ing-Chief is still ab large. His escape on the eafltbound train was complete. COL. SAM IN FRANCE Paris, Sept. Sam Hughes, the Canadian minister of militia, ac- companied by his staff, arrived intro today and later proceeded to Tour- ahiR, to witness the Army manoeu- vres, Where to Purchase Stoves and Ranges wish l.o nniioiriico lliat. in addition to extensive stock oi' House Furnishings we have udded n complete line of STOVES AND RANGES These ranges lire made by one of tlio moat fnmous. Canndlnn iminutaclurers. Absolutely reliable in every rospoct, and most economical. nil tile way to for i cash or on our Ensy Payment System, which enables every borne to have the finest itnnges on tho market. give a liberal for CASH. Come in ami talk it over. Lethbridge's Greatest Furnishers Bawden Brothers HUH Block Phone G25-3rd Avc. LITTLE THINGS NEED WATCHING "Little iicorns, etc." you Know. Well, good, honest, wholesome grain and feed grow into fiit and fnt for hogs and cle for horses, just the, res- pective qualities you want' The hog, horse cattle and poultry provender we sup-, ply fills the oill 365 days lit the year, tho' we tlou't sell it ou Sundays. J. C. Hanrahan Phone 349 Athletic Park Tools for Building Trades CARPENTERS. BRICKLAYERS PLASTERERS, ELECTRICIANS IRONWORKERS The Leading Brands in Latest Ideas DISSTON, STANLEY, ATKINS, "0. V. B." "KEEN STARRET, P. S. W., GOODELL-PRATT AND NORTH BROTHERS The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd- CORNER 5th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE (REGISTEREO TRADE MARK) FLAT WALL COLOURS Don't; Miss Your Guess There's more than less than in it for you See Our Window THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endless Canvas Belts; Leather Belting; Rubber Belting; Lace Leather. Penberthy Injectors, Lubricators, Oil and Grease Cups SARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES Large 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 1785 Lethbridge, Alta. Ave. S, ;