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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8. Tin; LKTimiunnE DAILY ITRRAW Wednesday, 1011. SOME HRANITEWARE When we quote prices we have found that we gain the closest attention of housekeepers. They have learned that it means money saved. We have learned that it means permanent friends for us. You are always sure of the iquality when you buy here. Prices Speak For Themselves Seldom have we been able to offer such big values as we are offering just now in Graniteware 17 qt kuciuling pans, enamelled. priee en. 2L pans, enamelled, price ea. 14 qt. eiininelled dish pans, en 17 qt. ennineik'd dish pans, price ea (jfjg 21 qU enamelled dish jt.-uis, price ea 000 Xo. 04 .Berlin keftles. each SOS No. 06 Berlin Retries. each Xo. 08 .Berlin kettles, each Xo. 012 Berlin kettles, each -900 No. 018 Berlin kettles, each SI .25 2 qt. tea kettles, pearl enamel, price cadi Xo. 70 iea.kettles, flat bottom, price- each Xo, 80 tea.kettles. flat bottom, price each Xo. 90 tea. kettles, fin! bottom, price each Xo. 8 pit bottom pearl enamel tea kettles, each Xo. 9 pit bottom pearl enamel tea kettles, each Pearl enamel tea sleepers. Xo. 1. price each. Pearl enamel tea Xo. 2. price each. -30C CONVliX KKTTLES Xo. 210, price each Xo. 2 12, price each Xo. 214, price each 24 enamelled stock pots, nicklc plated top Xo. 9 stone pots, price each 70c Tea pots, Xo. 0. pearl enamel, price each .35C Tea pols, Xo. 10. pearl enamel, price each 40C "Tea pots. Xo. 20. pearl enamel, price each 45C Col'l'ee pots. Xo. 5, pearl enamel, price each. Coffee pots. Xo. 15, pearl enamel, price each. Coffee pols. Xo. 25. pearl enamel, price each. Coffee pots. Xo. 35. pearl enamel, price each. II ilk and rice boilers. Xo. 53. price each. }iilk and rice boilers, Xo. 54. price each Milk and rice' boilers, No. 50, price each. Sauce pans, lipped, each Sauce pans, lipped, .1.8, '.price each Sauce pans, lipped, 20, price-each Sauce pans, lipped, 22, pirice each Sauce pans, lipped, 24, pa-ice each Sauce pans, lipped, 26, Sauce.pans, lipped, 28, price.each 20c 20c 30c 30c 35c 40c 45c Deep straight sauce pans, Wo. 200, price each. -25C Deep straight sauce .pans, Jfo. 300, price each 30C Deep straight sauce .pans, Mo. 400, price each 40C Deep straight sauce paois, Wo. 800, price each. 55C Deep straight sauce pans, Sio. 1000, price each Pudding pans, 1 1-2. price each Pudding pans, 2 quarts, price each Pudding pans, 3 quarts, price each__.., Pudding pans, 4 quarts, price each..... Pudding pans, 6 quarts, price each...... 15c 20c 25c 30c 35c While we always endeavour to maintain our reputation for giving most for the money, we go a step further whenever we can, and give our customers the benefit of our opportunities of buying at big reductions. This is why we are now offering Graniteware at such low prices-we were able to buy a large and extensive assortment of the best quality at a big discount THOSE WHO READ AND ACT WILL PROFIT FIFTH STREET GRAY LETH- BRIDGE I K nmm no. e Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Shortest.Route to London on Ton Floating Palaces. Next Sailings from Montreal: ROTAL GEORGE SEPT. 20 ROYAL EUWATID.....OCT.-4 ROYAL, GEORGE OCT. IS ROYAL EDWARD NOV. 1 ROYAL GEORGE.....NOV. 15 Xmas Sailing from Halifax ROYAL EDWARD NOV. 29 ROLAY GEORGE Dec. 13. Rates of Passage: 1ST CLASS 592.50 UPWARDS 2ND CLASS 553.75 UPWARDS 3RD CLASS, Bristol or L'don 531.25 Further information from S. B. Mitchell, Agent C.P.Ry; H. Macbeth, City Ticket Agt., G. N. Ry-, or write to A.H.DAVIS, GENERAL 272 MAIN STREET AGENT, WINNIPEG ROYAL MAIL Largest and Moat Modern Steamers in Canadian Trade. NEW S. S. LAURENTIC NEW S. S. MEGANTIC About Tens Electric Elevators, Skilled Orchestras, Small Tables in Dining .Room; Ward- robes, Cheat of Drawers; Electric Heaters. Unsurpassed Accommodation for All Classen. R.M.S. TEUTONIC. R.M.S. CANADA, One-class Cabin (called second The best on the ship at moderate rates. Third class also; berthed In com- fortable rooms. Sept. 30. Oct. 2S. 12, Oct. 7. November 4. HI, Oct. Nov. 11. 23, Oct. 21. Nov. is. Sailings from Boston, New York ami Philadelphia to Queensiown, Liverpool Plymouth, Cherbourg South- snip ton, London, and Antwerp, by AMERICAN STAR LINK WHITK STAR LINK. Largest and Flnsst in the World OIYVMPIC SaflinS TOM. V-sUHUi sept.30 W. M. McLEOD Canadian WeiUm Agent, 333 Main Street. 8.E. Corner Portage Aye., PHONE M. 1924 WINNIPEG, MAN, 'HARVESTER WENT CRAZY IN MACLEOD BOARDING Gas Company Will Supply Macleod-Warnock Having Great Meetings-Premier Scott to Speak Sept. 18 J. Doble for tlie'past, year manager of the Maclepd branch of the Xonliern Crown tiauk, leaves at the end of this week for Ducal, Sask., where he has received an appointment, I-fis successor here A. C. Campbell, late manager at Man- or, Sask., has arrived and has taken over the management. A. Young left on for Regina to attend the funeral of his mother who died at that place on Sunday. funeral will be held today. this subdivision. Garden City and [Central Park lots sell- jing very rapi-dly of late. AS soon as the election is over a meeting will called for the pur- pose of forming a company to erect a new hockey rink before the winter season opens. This matter has been discussed by various busin'ass men and other citizens and is receiving the j support of all; Many farmers have also announced their intention of help- ing along the new project. If Macleod is to hold her reputation of having one of the strongest teams in Alberta a ivew rink will certainly be needed as tl'.-e present one is far too sinill for the class of hockey played iii the new Alberta league. The town council have received a brick residence on his lots on 2Und j tetter from the. Canada Western Na- I'. Power Co. tattng that thi-i company exacts io pipe gas from Bow Inland to Ca'gary and if satisfactory arrangements ci'n be mr.-clp they 'will supply gas to the towns t the Crow's Nest cast ;u Macleod and to tile towns aiong ths r. 'and E. lin-e. The purpose, of was io find out if the coun- and it is in all probability that his intention was suicid-o. He has been given ovar to the charge of the Mount- ed Police. A. Young is uuiltMng a handsome -rick residence on his lots on 2Und uum street, which wl-en completed will Ire tural Gas, Heat, Light One of the finest residences in Mac- teod. costing in the neighborhood of Perhaps the best political meeting to be held in the Macleod conr-'i- -rr- cv will b'j held on the ij'l< -n month, when Hon. Walter Scott, jjr--- RECIPROCiTY WINS ANOTHER CONVERT n w M-.I" i f H mie'' Saskatchewan, and other pro- k'Uei' io fiml out iC the Dr. W. W. Milburn and family have mlMnt afUiress )ho ell would meet R comm.ttee from this I-eft on a two months' visit to Peter- elRctors of Macleod ln town hall company to consider question of 'boro, Ont. During the Bcnce Dr. Jlooney will have charge of his practice. In the interests of Dr. Wornock. (no Lib-aval candidate. As both candi-ileod- of Mac Tllis was met rary dates are running in ,'avor of renlpro- [hc collndl' who a com Work has already 'been commenced there has not .been perhaps as jmltt-ce for this and if proper on the C. P. R. gartmns which Sir excitement in this district as ratfis can 'be given It IB quite probabl-a Thomas Shaughnessy promised to the town on his visit here last week. These will 'be built the vacant lots in other parts of the province, but the contest is get ting much k'acner as time passes. During the past week [that the offer of sunnlvlng 'gas to [Macleod will be accepted. in front of thn Emn.rc Hotel and will j or. Warnock has been holding meet- prove a valuabif The weather fhi v-t to the town, the past fpw jdays baa been for the farmers [In this district-and harvesting opera- tions are very extensive. Tlie major- ity of the so-called harvest hands which came to Mncieod from the cast and who have been holding the farm- ers up for per day for their ser- vices, finding that the farmero will not conve through with (hose wages, are now going to work at tlie farmers' prices, namely and John Crano, 011-0 of the harvest ex- ings in the I owns and country dis- tricts alnntr the C. and E. lino and THE WEEKLY PAYMENT PLAN The weekly payment plan afford wage-earners an easy and sure way every h'2 is being received very j of making provision for the time enthnsinsMciUly and it is generally wb'an their earning powers have ceas- conceded that, this part will give him led. For if a man at present a very largo majority. .Mr. Herron j aged 40 years were to deposit with tlie Canadian government a week until he was 65 for tile purpose of buying a Canadian government an- nuity, he would receive a year for the remainder of his days. And if he died before he waw 05 what he had paid in accumulated at per cent, compound interest would be re- has been holding forth in the Plnchcr and Puss districts and it i-i stated that die support he is receiv- ing from ill-are is not nearly as-strong as fie expected. Conservatives and other Herron supporter1- are daily changing over to the Warnock ranks and tbo only question now remaining cnrslnntsts who came west from New se-oms to lw the largeness of Wnr-, nmtted to bis Full particulars J-tHrunswlRlt and who during his stay nock's majority. A meeting will be ,in Mnclood has been boarding nt the I created end to a j bit of oxcltonifMii last Sunday night be ftttracttid the attention of :i nymber of pcoplo by yelling and try- ing 1.0 Jump out of one of the upstair in the interests of the Soc- ialist candidate on Thursday evening of this and tlvs town hull ha-5 been secured by the Herron element concerning the scheme may be had by any one over th-a ngo of five years if h'a or she will apply to the Sup- erintendent of Canadian Government Annuities, Ottawa. State age last for the two nights pi'dceding election j birthday the ago at which annuity is IICM were cnll-ed and with the i anci; of Win. AdaniR, one of the on- .lookers. Constable Powell entered the room and took Ibn man into custody. At the time of his arrest' had In his possession H loaded nnd a ;box of cartrklfres. Ho was taken to the fifty (till nnd thnro fmind by the doctor to bnvc lorit his reason istair but by that timo -avcry one will jdKBirod to begin, nnd the amount 5 po- [have bad their mind made up as to j which you want to pay week, and the way (hey will vote. Heal estate in Maclepd, which lately slacknii'sd down considerably. Is again very active and all real ea- late men renort as brisk. Riverside Addition, which was only put on the market a few days ago, is ;tho su par hi ten dent will tell you what amount of annuity the payments will buy, tonight. Peter Mali, an Incendiary in -Winni- peg, was.caught red-handed Just after setting fire to a stabte, Tt ta alleged Mr. John A, Cameron, a Prominent Conservative of Kent, Favors It Chatham, Sept. A. Cam- eron, for four years manager of the Kent Farmers' Produce Company, one of the best known Conservative far- mers of South Harwich, has declared himself emphatically for reciprocity. He says: "I have always -been a Con- servative, am now, and will continue to be one; but I don't care who knows that this time I will mark my ballot fnr'McCoig, thus voting for the bene- fit of myself and farmers in general. Xo farmer should allow hie party feel- ing to go so far as to vote against a measure that means so much to him- self in increased values to his farm and farm products, no matter what party 'brings it in.-" now-reported to nil sold, a be wavi guilty of other act! of cate today buying a block of 350 lote incendiarism. HAIL STORM DID DAMAGE AT LACROSSE BIG ELEVATOR AT PORT ARTHUR Lacrosse, Wis., Sept. is estimated here today that the loss In the city of Lacrosse by last night's hail storm was or more. Every green- house in town was riddled and windows in hundreds of hous- es and stores Official records show hail more than three inches in diameter. The CN.R not Afraid of Calamities Fcjlowing Reciprocity. Port Arthur, Ont, Sept. Donald Mann gave an interview to the local newspapers that the company will proceed immediately with the con- struction of -a large grain elevator here, equal in size to the present plant, which has a capacity of seven million jnshels. He also said that the Ato- kokan Iron Furnace, a McKenzie and Mann industry, will he doubled in size, equal to tons, and the most mod- :rn ovens for making coke will oe in- stalled. It has been a favorite cry of anti- eciprocity candidates that the eleva- tors might as well be thrown into the lake if reciprocity carries. The state- ment, as contained in the interview, ef- fectually robs them -of their only cry, was received by people of Fort Arthur with utmost satisfaction. The building n-ill cost four mlljionidol- lars. Winnipeg city have Inaug- urated a vigorous campaign against IJUUBUUU MIO icu uie nuna rats and will probably offer a bounty, era to muk'a preparation! for rn-nr. "OUR BEST" Flour Leads them all, Try it once. You'll like it. .vfr. Hu-Tiert, aviator In the Lon- don postal service, fell with nTs ma- chine last Saturday and had both legs broken. The prolonged negotiations between France and Germany over the Mor- occan question has led the Holland- FLOUR HE choice In the milling tMm Mjr otKct; bniMl on the market HOOD FLOW-MADE IN WOK JAW ;