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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Beit (1.25 a Day Hotel In Alberta e Daily Herald WHEN. IN LETHBRIDOE Tiic Duiias Hotel U the Best and Most Convatv lent Place to 200 CASES FREESTONE PEACHES in consignment, all in A 1 shape, must be sold at once Special, while they last, per case 85c This is an exceptionally low price on Peaches, and cer- tainly will not be duplicated again this year THE GOOD COMPANY Grocery Cept. 525 Wholesale tspt. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM, FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Depl1. 627. WEATHER 54 54 M 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 4B li.'i 4S CO so 81 01 65 62 71 .01 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 SAGE by Grey. BETWEEN TWO THIEVES By DehalL THE MONEY MOON, By Farnol. And many others tit ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY, BLOCK 'FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK PHONE 1265 Agents for Empire and Underwood Typewriters EASTMAN'S Tlu's is the recognized perfect line of ko- daks, it is the standard that all users of pho- tographic material want. Frank Hedley Drug Company, is the place to buy all photographic supplies. You will cet ouly fresh up-to-date ma- terial and EASTMAN'S AT The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. Dust Dust Dust In the evening after a hot hard day's work, nothing clears out the day's accumulation of dust and dirt like one of OUR GUARANTEED ATOMIZERS And 3 Good Solution COST INSIGNIFICANT SATISFACTION GREAT JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 Meat that Makes Your Mouth Water Is the kind you see In our But- cher Shop nil the'year round. We are very partictfur EIF to tho quality of moat handle, lionce you can always depend upon what you buy hore. Our Chopa, Stoaks and Outlets are known to be lender and delic- ious eating. The same may he said of our and Hacon. All joints bough! here arc ranted good meat. G. A. Delany Cameras and Photo Supplies have lust received ,1 shipment o; CAMERAS and PHOTO SUPPLIES STOCK FILMS, PLATES'- P. O. P., GASLIGHT PAPERS And AU, SUPPLIES 1.1 moat complete. Bring your developing timl printing to us for good results. Wo guarantee satisfaction. KENNY DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 1487 Lethbridge, cloudy Edmonton, foggy Calgary, cloudy Macleod, Medicine Hat, cloudy Prince Albert, cloudy Uegiiia. cloudy Swift Current, cloudy Winnipeg, rain Knuiloops Grand Forks, Red Deer, clear Brooks, cloudy Saskatoon, cloudy Estevnn, rain j Port Arthur, fair The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been much colder, but no Frost reported, except in" Northern Alberta, there lowest temperature was 2S degrees. Very heavy rains have fallen' generally In Manitoba, some En eastern -Saskatchewan a-nd lighter more scattered rains in other parts of Saskatchewan. There been no' rain in Alberta. Forecasts: Manitoba Clearing and cool, local frosts tonight, Sunday fair and cool. Saskatchewan a-nd- Alberta Fair and cool today aud on Sunday. Lo-f cal frosts tonight. CITY AND DISTRICT David Scott Moved David Scott, the furrier has moved to quarters in the Bentley Co. store. Wall Paper ins 20 Per Cent ofi' (he, Price of all Wall- Paper, Burlap, etc. "We a good as- sortment of new papers and new patterns aud 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 Limited Phono 555 Third Avs. Bought Two Pianos The School Board has bought two "ye olde pianos for the schools from Bavderi Bros., the local agents. Painting the Depot The exterior of the depot is being painted, and the whole C. P. K. pro- perty in that part of the city is put- ting on a fresh appearance, to ho ready for the Dry-Fanning Congress. New Fire Truck Fire Chief Hardy s.ate-cl this morn- ing that he expected word that the auto combination fire inick, ordered from St. Louis "some 'months ago, would he ready for shipment within a few days, so that it" will arrive early in October, Ready to Hibernate The three cubs at Vk-mderson Park r.re growing rapidly in Sunny South- i cm A Iberia air, and ,visitors -10 the j park take great Merest in the little fellows. The bear pits, where 'they will make their home during the win- ter have been constructed, and the animals will be placed ther-a shortly. Work Proceeding Slowly John Timothy, contractor, who 'is grading the first fifty miles of the LethiirMge-Weyburn line is in the city today. Mr. Timothy states that the work is progressing rather slowly, but he expects the company will do more work ii-sixt year than this. A Good Schedule The street railway lino on First avenue has beon opened up, and the; cfcrs nro now running over the whole system. The schedule is to bo so ar- ranged that fars will meet each train on i'n arrival. Thy superintendent is well pleased the way the cars i-.ro rmniiiir: todny, and says that by Monday everything should run with- out a liitcli. Hard to Beat This i Grassy Lake GUMUO: i bushels was the average ylold per ;ic- j of oin.! hundred and acres of i wheat threshed for (1, Tunis anil Led- i Bros., on tho Corns fa nil, two and a half-miles of Grassy Laky. The wheat i? a bcairiftil sam- pie, and U may grade N'o. 1 H.iru. It uviylis sixty-six pounds to tin- bushel measure. New Postmaster at Gleichen (iieieheii Call: H. UamalHittom lias been officially announced poatmasicr of Glfticlien, vice AV. M. James. .Mr. Itamshottom came hern a counte of years ago as Mr. .lames' assistant, and Ills friends bo pleased to learn that with Iho change of gov- ernment. Mr. Ramsbot loin's sen fees lii-o Air. James resigned snme months ago, but only now coinea tho official announcement of his suc- cessor CITY AXP) DISTRICT May Get the Job Grassy Lake Gazette; It. is report- ed that Thos. Suowdon is likely to get appointment as sub laud agent of the Dominion government, to suc- ceed Robert McLachlan, and that the change will take place next week. J.D.H1GIN80THAM LIMITED Family Dispensing Chemist! RexalL Cold Tablets Carry a box In your pock- et. Good medicine for these changeable days. 25c the J. D. Kiginbotham Co., Ltd. THE REXALL STORE BUSINESS LOCALS For quick baggage service, phone 070. Rex Cigitr Store. H. K. Hrowniiig, piano timer with Mason Kisdi, Ltd., phone 791. 200-0 Phone 60C the. Messenger Service ior pro'.npt infssafie and baggage delivery. Coiit; rebate with the masses at Star- lami on -Monday and son the Stampede iiici.ures. Tho I.ndiot', 'Aid of Wesley Church "ill hold ;L Conundrum Tea in the hfisemeni on Thursday evening, Sept. from S ;r. All are invited Tto the F'elger farm south of town. Mr. and Mrs. Amundsen left on Monday for Magrafh, whero Mr. Am- undsen has H (.'on true i for railway grading. Among the Xcw Dayton visisorg to Warner fair were the following: Mrs. E. Gorrill, Allen Gorrlll, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. DireH, -Mr. and Mrs. O. Oreeno and A. L. Oiines. They re- port no! as varied an exhibit as last year, hut a complete one, and a fair crowd of special era notwithstanding the extremely busy season. NEW GRAIN COMPANY Othvwa, Sept. has bivjn to tho Canadian (.'.rain Co., Limited, of Saskatoon, cap- ital on-a hundred thousand dollars, Duncan J. MeOnlhnn, Thonms It. Mo and K. K. Stewart, Goo. H. Stewart and Clmrfrs II. Vannatter, all of Saskatoon, -are provisional direct- ors. The' ('adds will hold the now twice postponed elmrch parade tomorrow. The Cadets are ordered to report at the lianyck? foottiall grounds at and should tlitre be (iampnoisS sulliciont to in- (erfere comfort, they muster at. tlir t'entral school. There will he five companies, M-ith l.ieiii. Filnipr in com-' niand. The Cadets have- hct'u disappointed twice by heavy rains, and it is hopcrl they will be favored with fine wca- ther tomorrow. The band will itccompany Ilir Ca- dels. Furniture Bargains for Saturday and Monday We have few odd Dressers nml Clufl'pniers that we have priced exceptionally, low to ino.v.e..... Sec Our Window for Display Get our buying. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawd en Brothers Use "Vcribrite" to Clean Old Furniture 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 625 LITTLE THINGS NEEO WATCHING "Little acorns, etc." you know. Well, good, honest, wiiolesonie grain and feed grow into fat and fat for hogs do for horses, just the, res- pective tiualitics you want. The hog, horse cattlo and poultry provender' we sup- ply fills the bill'865 days in the year, Iho' we dou't sell it on .Sundays. C. Hanralian Phone 349 Athletic Park- CAEPENTEES. BEICKLAYEES PLASTEEEES, ELECTRICIAN'S IEONWOEKEES The Leading Brands in Latest Ideas DISST ON, STANLEY, ATKINS, "0. V. B." "KEEN STARKET, P. S. W., GOODELL-P11ATT AND f NORTH BROTHERS The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE more than 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 GABLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES Largo 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 1755 Lethbrldgc, Alta. Ave. S. ;