Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Beit a Day Hotel In Albtrta THe Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LETHBRIDGK The Dallas Hotel Is the Bett and Conviiv lent Place to Stay Apples, Crab Apples, Peaches, Italian Prunes, Grapes and Celery in abundance V fine til' the alums ifoods at popular prices. I I I IIV ll. C5 APPLES. cases. Rood cookers and fnlrly good for eating; sii.-cial per cnse ...........11.50 CRAB APPLES, "iDlu cases, all the varieties such as llyslops, Tnmscendiint and others. Special lior WHITNEY CRABS, cases, all sound, hut a little larger the oilier kinds, and not so juicy. Special per case GRAPES, Tokays, Black Prince and Mnscats, Price per 25c Price per basket....................... 90c. preserving as the good ones will soon bo over for this year, pur ITALIAN peach boxes. Per box.............................. ITALIAN PRUNES, -1 basket el-Men, famous Fallen Sons, celery, from Armstrong, B. C. Well blenched and very lender and crisp. This celery. Is without equal anywhere, per Ib................... car of assorted 'fruit and vegetables from Wash- ington (hi' beginning of nost Watch our ad. tor particulars. ------PHONES Grocery Dept. 521 Wholesale Depl. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. _ THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS Grocery Dept. 525 ICE CREAM, FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY Wholesale Dept. 1271. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL____________Ice Crtam Dept.627 Our stoves save you money on "fuel and we save you money on stoves. Let us prove it- All equipped to burn gas. C. W. GRAY The Store that Saves you Money NEW BOOKS THE MINISTER OF POLICE By Mountjoy THE TURNING POINT By Chambers. THE JUST AND UNJUST By Kester. POLLY-OOLY by Jepson. RIDERS of the PURPLE j SAGE Grey. TWO THIEVES By Dehau.. THE MONEY MOON. Br Farnol. -Alld many others at ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK PHONE 1265 Agents for Empire and. Underwood Typewriters STAMPEDE These i'uiuous pictures are now for sale at the Frank Hedley Drug Co. Get, 'a folder, fhov fciv like hot cakes for 25 cents each at. The Frank Hedley Drug Go. j SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. Dust Dust Dust In the evening after a hot bard day'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 WEATHER If, 54 04 33 lil Hi 73 13 78 54 'IS 52 .10 Lethbridge, cloudy lidmonton, clear Calgary, cloudy Medicine Hat, fair Swift Current, clear Yorkton, cloudy Moose Jaw, rain Winnipeg, rain Red Deer, clear Macleod, clear Saskatoon, clouily "3 Port Arthur, cloudy 78 Battleford, fail' 72 Rcgina, clou.iy Brandon, rain Kamlonps, clear The weather has Icon warm in i Manitoba and Saskatchewan, but somewhat cooler in Alberta. Rain has iallen almost generally through- out the Manitoba province. Some scattered showers in Alberta has been mostly line. j FORECAST Manitoba PtronR1 northwesterly winds, dealing andj cooler. Frosis tonight. Saturday llnpj and cool. _ Saskatchewan and" Alberta Fine and cool today and on Saturday. Frosts tonight. CITY AiVD DISTRICT No Band Concert Owing to rhe uufavoruble nuture of weather last evening, the City Band concert did not Wall Papier Bargains 20 Per Cent off the Price of all Wall- Paper', Jim-lap, etc. We still a good as- sortment papers and neu- patterns and it will save you money to get paper now, even if ire not intending to use The Red Cross Book Go. Third Ave. Business Men's Meeting A meeting of the Business Men's Association will be Ivald in the secre- tary's office on Sixth street South this evening at S o'clock. CITY AND DISTRICT for Champion School H. M. and W. A. Whiddington, of this city, have been appointed archi- tects for the erection of a new school at Champion. Veterans. Meet Tonight j The Veterans will hold a meeting in (he S. O. E. Hall tonight at S o'clock, j at which Dr. Stewurl. M.P.I'., will p side. Liquor License Application An application has been made by William Sadowskl of this city for a wholesale linuor license in respect to building situate on lot lli in Mock i. The Board of License. Commissioners will consider the application at a meeting be held In the I. O. 0. P. hall on Friday, Oct. llth. Forestry Expert Honored Arch. Mitchell of Coaldalc, former forestry agent of the Dominion of Ca- nada and :t rficoenized expert, has been honored by Chairman Carlos G. Bates of the agricultural forestry sec- tion of- the International Dry-Farm- ing by appointment on this import- ant committee. ANY CUT YOU WANT in beef, mutton, pork, veal or lamb is here ready for you in a twinkling. Kiesh killed Fowl, too, of the finest flavor, and hams, bacon, and sausages that will make: yoiir moiiih water. Our incur is cui from fresh-kill- ed, well-fed cattle, and i-.i known for lit; tenderness. Chops steaks, and cutlets that melt, in the mouth. G. A. Delany PHONE 452 Conies From Australia Hon. Elwood .Mead, irrigation com-, inis-slouer of the government of Vic- toria. Australia, has been appointed official representative of that govern- ment at the International Dry-Farm- ing Congress at Lethbridge. Oct. 19- 2C. .Mr. Mead is one of Hie world's leading irrigation engineers and land experts, and was formerly director of irrigation experiments of the United States. Colorado to Exhibit in Canada A. M. Fahringer of Denver, for many years associated with C; D. Wantland. one- of the founders of the Dry-Farming Congress, is this year collecting the Colorado slate exhibit which will be taken in Lcllibrliige. Canada, to he staged at the great Dry-Farmed Products Kxposition, Oct.. next. The exhibit K.III be taken Cameras and Photo Supplies have just received a nig shipment nf CAMERAS and PHOTO SUPPLIES STOCK UK- FILMS PLATES'. P. O. P., GASLIGHT PAPERS Al'J, SUPPMBS is most coinpleio. Bring your developing and printing to ns for good results. e guarantee satisfaction. KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 1487 Just arrived Get your orders in J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 Have Rural 'Phones Haxeimere, south of Macleod. is with the world by telephone. One of the first messages was to lion. Mal- colm JlcKsnule, thanking him for what he did to secure the much wish- eil-for boon. Vets Meet Tonight The Veterans' Brigade will meet to-. night at the S. O. E. Hall, with Major the chair, for the purpose! of arranging the details of the inspec-1 lion of the company by the Duke of Connanght on his visit next month. Visit Improbable At the Board of Trade meeting last night, it was mentioned that the Board of Control considering an excursion to Helena, Mont., during the time, of the Montana Slate Fair. F. W. Downer, chairman of'the board, stated this morning, however, that the j trip was not likely to materialize. Congress Viiitora' Accommodation A. H. McKeown, in the Tilley Ag- ency office, on Fifth street, is head- quarters for accommodation to be ar- ranged for the Dry-Farming Congress visitors. Anyone in the city having j ooms to reserve are requested to send in their names to Mr. McKeowifs office." BUSINESS LOCALS For quick baggage service, phone C70. Cigar Store. H. E. Browning, piano timer witl Mason Risch; Ltd., phone 791. 200-0 Plione 000 the Messenger Service for ptirnpt message and baggage delivery. See the Starland ad. in today's pa- lter. (Friday) make clothes with quality. Bench made.. The Crown Cleaning Works. Calgary Stampede pictures at Star- Horse Ran Away j Horses in the city are not yet ac- j quainied with the street cars, and j drivers are narrowly averting many t accidents, today. This morning the driver of the Crown Cleaning deliv- ery met with an accident on Sixth avenue South. His horse became frightened, overturning the rig and j running away. The driver of the rig was bun, but not seriously Up to the Council II. W. Jleecb, city building inspect-1 or, has received an invitation to at- tend the proposed meeting of building j inspectors of western cities, to be j held in Calgary shortly. Mr. Meech j will lay the matter before the mayor and council, and will likely attend, as he believes th'erb are many matters which might be adjusted at such a convention. Calgary rttampeoe jiicuiits back to Denver and placed in the I land, next Monday and Tuesday. tate capilol building as the pcrman- j MUSIC METHOD FOR nt state exhibit. Miss McGregor will give n the Help Out Post Office It 'would greatly facilitate the work j ot the post office if the public would write the name stieel and number of the residence in address-; inf; their letters. This would like-] wise tend tc ensure prompt and sure delivery, and save any mistakes i through duplication of names. The post office is a public institution, and it is for the people to help as far as they can in making the work conform as efficiently as possible for the pub-; lie neetl. After the Big Prizes Oklahoma is to enter for the big i prizes at the Dry-Farmed Products Ex-' position at Lethbridge, Oct. 19-2H, and Marie Woodson. secretary of the Ok- lahoma committee, has been advertis- ing extensively In the newspapers of the state for the largest potato, larg- est watermelon, largest apple, heat sheaf-s of wheat, barley, flax and al- falfa and also for displays of jelly and' frull in glass prepared by r, farm woman. The exbiuit is to he' lakon throughout the I'acinc Northwest, on special exhibition cars onronto to l.ethbridge, and plans arc making for a large ill-legation lo accompany It on train. an Illustrated demonstration on the "Fletcher Method" on Saturday after- jn lof Kllox All who are inter- aro cordially Invited to attend. Building Permits Building permits havfl been issued to Hex Virtue tor a residence on Sixth avenue South, and to O. W. Johansson for a house costing Fifth Street Paving Paving on Fifth street South will he completed in a couple of days, af- ter which the Kloso Paving Co. will atari work on'Seventli street, paving to tho C. P. H. Furniture Bargains for Saturday and Monday We Inivo odd Dressers and Ohir'I'oniorH that, we'lwvo priced excepl.ioiinlly low to judve. Set; Our Window for Display (let our prices l.i.ei'ore buying. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers "Veribritt" to Clean Old Furniture 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 625 Children at Fire Drill Fire! Fire! Precisely at 9.05 o'- clock this morning the pupils of the Central school, in response to the sound of the Hro alarm turned out of the building, to the number of 475, in about one minute's lime, all in per- fect order, and without the slightest ii of disorder. It was an excellent! drill for the first time during the pre- j sent term, and reflected the greatest i credit on the scholars. Those who j witnessed the drill this morning were j Sheriff .Young. J. II. PIcetwood and! A. Hamilton. Sheriff YOUHK had) never before witnessed the fire drill mid he was loud in his praise of I ho mummr in which ihc children conduct- ed LITTLE THINGS NEED WATCHING "Littlo acorns, etc." you know. Well, good, honest, wholesome grain ami, feed grow into fat and muscle-1-" fat for hogs and cle for horses, just'the res- pective qualities you want. The hog. horse cattle and poultry provender we. jjiy lills the bill 3G5 days in the year, t.ho' wo don't sell it ou Sundays. J. C. Hanrahan Phone 340 Athletic Park Tools for Building Trades CAEPENTERS, BRICKLAYERS PLASTERERS, ELECTRICIANS IRONWORKERS The Leading Brands in Latest Ideas DISSTON, STANLEY, ATKINS, "0. V. "KEEN STARRET, P. 8. W., GOODELL-PRATT AND NORTH BROTHERS The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd, CORNER 5th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE (REGISTERED TRADE WVRK) 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 Bettiftq; -Lace Leather. injectors, Lubricators, Oil and Cups GARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES i S'nck Immediate Shipment AocrTts Canadian Fairbanks-Morsc Oil Tractors, Engines, Etc. Orders from THE TRADE especially solicited J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 755 and 1755 LCthbridBe, Alia. 1245-2nd Ave. S.