Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
.1. I a Diy Hotel In Alberta 4- -I- lUt TO ALL Htrtcl Windsor The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHIN IN LKTHIMIMI J The Dallas Hotel J 4. I. Bait MMI.CMIVM, 4. J. lant ft 4 Typhoid Fever prevails in many localities, A few dollars invested in a j NOXALL germ proof filter wilJ save (many ailoctor's bill besides making your water more j sparkling and palatable. Why take any chances? Can be cleaned by a child in a minute. Put in da free irial. Small, light, simple and strong. The cleanest and most satis- factory FII TFR F iiiu 1 fl-jax on the market Makes bad water good, good water better. Capacity about 10 gallons of pure water per hour. Price EXTRA SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK END Hick-Seli! Hardware Co. P. O. Sox 671 CMSl- I'Yiiits Cmv.-ronl and Klbcrm I'oaohcs, (J 4 2 25c Iloi'hy Kuril Canlcloupes. Saturday only, ft cacli lilG C'oncord Graiiea, price per basket Sweet Potatoes, throe and one-half pounds for Kipe Tomatoes, very (-hoico, IVi- Ib 50c 15c Apples, three pounds for 25c Cooked Meals and J'roviNlons VIM I I.C-.U, sliced. HIM- inrnild Honsi lleor, Bllced, Cornell Hod', sliced, per pound llollcil lliini, sliced, iw ProiuiKM'v Butter, very choic 35c 35c 35c Place your orders for Prunes which we ha A large shipment of Met caff's high grade Confectione Fresh Eggs, price per dozen.......................... Swift's Premium Hams, price per pound Su-il'l's Premium Bacon, Bllced, price- per pound.......................... .-e arriving next week. Price and quality guaranteed, ry just unpacked. Give these good! a trial. MAIN STORE ROUND ST. 523 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL OUFFERIN BRANCH PHONE 52T Give Scscla' Attenttct LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS JUST WHAT YOU NEED IN YOUR JU'SIXHHS. A GOOD leaves and leather tab index. Call and see them. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK rip.ET ooori WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 1231. AGENTS FOR AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS TIlliWKATIIEH Kilinonton, cli-ar Calgaiy, Mcili'-inc Ihil, fair l.etlibrirtgc, fair Svvifr Current, lair .lau, clnar Braii'lon, fair Winnipeg, clear 70 -16 71 US .04 Port Arthur, clear G-l 5li j A few scattered showers have oc-j curred, but the weather over the prairie provinces has been fair and 'moderately warm. I'WiECAST All and warm. CITY AND DISTRICT We have opened tlio largest shipment of JAP cm is A over brought into the city. H includes Cups Saucers, ea. 15c to (1-2 dozens in a set, ex-) (elusive designs to) the set. 1 Creams and Sugars, the set, from .........60c to Cr., Sugar aud Tea Pot, a. set .........52.25 to Or., Sugar, T Pot. 2 C and S., a set to Chocolate Sets, a set to Bread and Butter Plutes, a dozen to Some pretty half Dozens Call and see them. You're welcome. Population Will Make Srnok6 (Continued from Front Page.) J. r. Static anil II. Wells, oil iMo'.mt Forest, Out., are in. the city.-I j T. I'cmlniy, or 1'cacc Kiver, is i in town. I Mr null Mrs. M. Leonard, of Sledt-j icinn lial. Me visitors in the city. In closing, Mayor Young asked the electorate of Welling to vote for re- ciprocity, for the Ubera! candidate, W. A. Buchanan, aad a larger Can- ada. The R. C. Market President T. .1. O'Brien, of the. i aynrond Liberal Association, was called upon, and without preparation, j gave out some interesting points re-1 ganling statements made by the op- position regarding the B. C. mar- kets. Our wheat dou.sn't go to B. C. and the United States bordering on B. (Y doesn't produce wheat. By a good illustration Mr. O'Brien showed j I that these arguments had btlen' brought up in the dark. j At the close of the meeting; a vote! of thanks lo the speakers was mov- j ed by Bishop Peterson. i! The Vahie Pure Drug's and the Necessary in Compounding The vpj-ie of Medicine lies equally between the purity nnct pow- er cf the and the method and manner their compounding. The drisa we offer-are strictly of the highest class. Our training, and equipment assure that all medicines will bo com- Dounaea rignr. Bring all your prt'scnpiions faera to DO -filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. SPECIALISTS'. A. B. i FHOME 772 uey. MANAGER. The germ whicli causes Typhoid MAKE TBE BUGS SKIDGO Well, we should say you can! Get some of our Bug Poison and you will certainiy make the bugs get up and dust. What is the as'j of being troubled pes'tifcraus thingn wJsc-n they'are easily gotten rid of. 25c per bottle at JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SucCBHors to JOHNSTON 4 JACKSON. IKSRLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 123t EXCELLENT LAGEFt AND POSTER AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS is claimed'by scien- tists to be killed by Lime Juice It is a healthful drink at'any rate We Imvo all sizes. High Grade 1ESTIC COAL Jby the ton or carload lots Canadian Genera! Supply Co. Ltd, O. BOX. 270 324 SIXTH ST. S. i II. IS. Magwood, of Stratford, is visitor in the city. T. li. Brandon, editor of the Cards-j Ion Globe, [laid Lethbridge a flying i '.I visit IhU John Barrow has bought 160 acres j near Kipp from 1'amski. The consideration was Ge.i P Sn-.ith. edilor of the i'amrose Canadian, is spending the day in the city. Wm. Cromhic, of Minneapolis, who j has a large farm at Wilson Siding, is iu the city. i The 1.ussier Construction Co; has comrr.eneed v.-ork on the S.O.E. Hall. At present they are making extcn- 1 sions to the excavation, as the ori- ginal plans have been altered. W. H. Dohson, the well known con- fectionery man travelling out of Cal- gary, is at present making his visits i amonu the trades ol Lethbridge and towns south. Clias. F. Adams, secretary of the Law .Society of Alberta, arrived in the city this morning from Calgary and is spending; the day here on. busi- ness. All members of the Letbridgc Ken- nel Club are requested to meet at i President Holt's Office in the Acadia i Block tonight at 8 p.m. Business of I importance. All who arc interested are invited to attend. W. I. Giay, nf the W. I. Gray Con- struction Co. of .St. Paul and Winni- peg, arrived in the city this morning to inspect the work being done by his company here in connection with the city improvements. At' -N'o. 3 yesterday occurred the death of Mary Swedish, four-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Swedish. The funeral was held this afternoon from St. Patrick's church. Reciprocity supporters in the city will hold a' smoker in the Liberal Block. Phone 305. Committee Rooms, Fifth St., on I Beckd and Vatcs have Monday evening at fight- o'clock. All !'acd workers and friends oi the party are lumber business. h requested to attend. Short addresses jcacs oi the will be delivered bv prominent sup- is and ready Ic porters of'the Liberal candidate. ran jt to A total oi forty-six pupils marks u ls the enrollment to dale in the Lcth- hridce likli school. There are now four gratis instead of three as form- jcrly. The uld Grade .Seven has been subdivided and is now represented by Grades 0 and 10. Grades 11 and 12 j correspond lo former Grades 7 and S. j.DJijjinbotfiain ft Ci.lt! Family and Dlspenalni Chemlata Nleilt and Day No' JZJ Night BelJ on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS Call 660, the Lethbridge Messenger Service for quick message and gagt delivery. Office S27 Round St. H. E. Browning', expert piano tim- ing, with Mason Risen Piano Co., phone 791. '00-0 Drs. De Veber and Campbell have removed to their new offices, Royafil 221-12 opened a with their ivc several T the stove, for a going fast. Phone I3S4 land we will give you prompt de- livery. 131-0 CITY AND DISTRICT ENGINEER BLOWN OUT OF HIS CAB Accident on Locomotive at are Injured Chin, AHa., Sept. was finite a little excitement In the town yesterday, when tho washout plug on way freight Xo. 414 'blew out. The steam rushed into-the smoke- stack and the fire box, blowing the door of the fire-box open with great violence. Th'a" engineer was blown j from the cab, sustaining a 'bniised j head and a sprained thumb. Two men belonging to a threshing rig, w-ai-e in the cab at the time of the accident, talking to thte engineer. One of them, Mr. Hocken, was badly burn- escaping steam. He was imme- diately taken to Taher for medical at- tendance. Th'3 main line was block-, ed for nearly-four hours. An engine wa-3 sent out from Lethbridge to take the dead engln-e and the caboose into L-ethbridge. The box-cars were run onto the siding, and are still there. It is nimorerl that an elevator will be built here this fall, and that the builder will erect a temporary one to handls the grain till the larger one is completed. A conservative estimate of the number of cars of grain to -be ship- ped from Chin this fall is one hun- I Following is a rcrnrd of ourolJcil stn- jilonts in the respective praties Cirnde 9, 1C Orado 10, 8 Oracle U, 17 firadp !2. i Uroppo, who for tlip past two '.IIK! onrhalf.vrars lias brcn tlie As-j night in Hit- North Ward, wlinro rk- sistpnt of -S. Fcttcrlj', loft last tails of the campaign arc being, cnre- ovpninci for Moose .law. whorp lie has fully attended to in order to ensure Jos. Hciinins, of Calgary, Inspec- tor for tliB Massey Harris Co., Ltd-, is a few (lays in tlie south country on business. All Hectors in favor of reciprocity are asniti r (win rind that the Liberal committee rooms an: fipen secured ;i position as funeral manager for ihc nollamv Company of city. Droppi' six wwks ngo that, oh- tnint-d Iiis diploma entitling him to not in the capacily of a Uccnspfl i-'unaial Director and Kinbnliner the largest possible Kite being polled noxt Thursday. Instructive and reli- able rampaisn literature is provided for the information of electors, and workers arc urged to keep in touch with the developments of the- eam- saieit froru dar to in all llntjs IB good here dred cars. at present. Our merchant. Mr. Haiheck, says that he will have to enlarge his pre- sent (inarters if htisin'ias continues so brisk. F. M. BattEon, the Lum- ber Co.'a agent at this point, also re- ports a very 'brisk trade. of Winnifred, is helping lumber yard during the rush season. Roy Racon, "eldest, uon of .Tno. Ba- con, i-s finite sick at present. He was taken to Diamond City to the hospi- tal on Monday. Bass and Carpenter expect to be- gin work with their new threshing machine the latter part of this week, or the ttrat of next. They have a fled River separator, and It's a beauty. Work is progressing nicely on the big irrigation dam south of town. SURVIVING SAVED COLONISTS FROM STARVATION New Orleans, La., Sept. three survivors of a colonial party of twenty-eight, which left Florida and Georgia some time ago, to try their fortunes In 'New Celba, Honduras, were rescued from fever, and-starvation, ftnd brought here to- day. They were found pennilew at Ceiha, where a amall colhectlon taken up to feed them. FlTO of the number had died of Mondur- Special Showing of Fall Dress Goods and Suitings Our dress goods department is fully equipped for Pall business. A splendid line of English Broadcloths, pure wool Venetians, 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. Tailoring and the Bentley Co'y. Ltd. Prices Will Advance Shortly BUY READY MIXED PAINTS at per gal. right now from Arthur Hayr Assignee Phone S7S P.O. Box 27 Try ROGHON'S for a nice DAINTY LITTLE LUNCH 2Sc 3Sc 4Oc SOc OTHER PEOPLE'S OPINIONS OF QUAKER BREAD An out of town customer writes' us "Very fine "Name on opinion 7-111 be the sune It let ua TOO lample loaf. Phone 1027. GILMORE SECOND AVE. A. NORTH Famous 'Minerva' Paints Made by Pinchin 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 Finishes, Enamels, Floor Paints, Shingle Stains, Barn and Factory Paints, The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd, COMNIM ST. AND 4TH AVI, LCTMMINI.