Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
FWEE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor WHEN IN LETHulDQE Dallas orders by ORDEKS SENT BY PHOXE ju-c as prompt- ly attended to as Li' you brought (hem in per- son. It saves, you a lot of trouble and time. Do not wait till you are able to call that order now. Our number is 761 C. W.GRAY (THE STOKE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY) NEW BOOKS THE MINISTER OF POLICE By Moimijoy THE TURNING POINT .By Chambers. THE JUST AND UNJUST By Hester. POLLY-OOLY by Jepson. RIDERS of the PURPLE SAGE by Grey. BETWEEN TWO THIEVES By Dehau. THE MONEY MOON, By Farnol. And many others at ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION SANK PHONE 1265 Agents for Empire and Underwood Typewriters EASTMAN'S This is the recognized perfect line of ko- daks, it is the standard that all users of pho- tographic material want. Frank Hedley Eras Company, is the place to buy all photographic supplies. You will get only fresh up-to-date ma- terial'and EASTMAN'S AT The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. Are You Canning? "vVhat pariicular preserves or fruit are you canning? Now why not make it more delicious by using some of our PURE SPICES When you buy apices from us either -whole or ground, you can be sure of their purity and strength. Cinnamon. Nutmeg, Cloves, All-spice, Ginger, Mace, Pepper and other valuable cooking and preserving helps. Parowax for covering jelly. 10 cents a cake. Pickle jar corks and jar rubbers also. JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 WE CARRY MEATS of the best quality only cut from the beat fed cattle, and ex- ceptionally tender and tooth- some. The kind of joints that ;ire served at the best tables ;md in the most particular hot- els. nepf, Veal, Lamb, Mutton, and Pork fresh d.-.ily. Fine. mild.ciTo.l Umr.s ami Bacorv Kresh Coiiii'ry Kviir- thing of ih antee and a gi-ar- every f.ale, G. A. Deiany PHONE 452 Here We Are With Another Car of Assorted Fruits and Vegetables ArrlvliiK BltliiT touisht or tomorrow nislrt. This is (he fourth RlnilBlit .AVI- thive weeks which goes lo allow Hint wo must lie nutlsfiiction. Our man in Washington wire; time ho had to pay moro ir.r.iKT for W'liii iioaita but that they were worth It. Wo would ad- Ivso anyono wanting any puacln's this fall'to buy them now. otherwise there will bo a ulaan- lioimtnent. Here is tho assortment. ELBERTA PEACHES, eases, per case ITALIAN PRUNES, 201t) boSes, per box ..51.00 BARTLETT PEARS, 40tb cases, per cace FLEMISH BEAUTY PEARS -lOlb nreos, per case............................... TOKAY GRAPES, 61b baskets, per banket Per pound.......................... 25c. flavor is now extra fine, Price each.............................. 10c. WATERMELONS, per pound................05c Owing to the scarcity of Grape Fruit in the city we are bringing tern cases ill this ear. ini; Grape Fruit can get it here after this car arrives. -PHONES- THE GOOD COMPANY Grocery Dept. 525 .HIGH CLASS GROCERS Wholesale Dept. 1271. ICE CREAM, FRUIT ANP CONFECTIONERY Ice Cream Dept. 627. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SWEET POTATOES, Sills for 25c, Extra fine stock, per doz.....40c. HUBBARD SQUASH, per Ib................05c. PIE PUMPKIN, per Ib.................... 05c GREEN PEPPERS, pur Ib................. 20c GREEN PEPPERS, per lOlb box........ RIPE TOMATOES, box NEW DRY ONIONS, Gibs for 25c. WOLF RIVER APPLES, A large nicely colored well-flavored and good for eating or cooking. apples. Price per ftOlb case Anyone want- Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. WEATHER WICATHlvR LcthbriJge, clear Edmonton, clear Coronation, clear Saskatoon, oleur. ReginD. clear Winnipeg, cloudy Nelson Red Deer, cloudy Macleod, clear Prince "Albert, clear Lioydminster, fair Brooks, clear Swift Current, clear Brandon, fair Port Arthur, cloudy Calgary, clear Medicine Hat, clear Fair to fine but cool weather lias been general over the prairie provinc- es. Several degrees of frost reported last night chiefly in parts oi Sas- katchewan and Alberta. FORECAST All Fair, sta- tionary or a little higher tempera- ture. 59 S3 66 51) 63 50 55 58 liS 70 CITY AiVD DISTRICT Postmaster Resigns Frank U Shepard; postmaster at Warner, has resigned. Thanksgiving Day Ottawa, Sept., generally j understood that the government, will fix Monday. October 2Stb, as Thanksgiving Day. St. Andrew's Church Meeting An adjourned meeting of the con- gregation of St. j Andrew's Church is called for neSt evening, in connection with the pulpit vacancy. More Deportations Immigration Inspector A. E. Hum- phries this morning deported two more undesirables, just com- pleted short term periods at the pro- vincial jail. Bad Tongue is Expensive After a hard chase yesterday afier- 'noon. Sei'st- Kroning, the athlste of tiie locol police force, succeeded in taking in tow H. .Melnik, a foreigner, who while under the influence of liquor made some insulting remarks to the officer. Melnik was fined three dollars and costs this morning. Mr. Rook Keot Busy ,T. S. Rook, formerly local manager of the government telephone system at Claresholm. went through tiie fclty yesterday to whore he is en- gaged on business in connection the rural line department to which he la HOT attached. The government is preparing for the construction of sev- eral rural lines in the country south of Letbbridge. Wall Paper Bargains 20 Per Cent off tiie Price of all Wall- Paper, Burlap, etc. AVe still have a good as- sortment of new papers and new patterns and H 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 Third Ave. XT Y AND DISTRICT Helen Got 60 Days j Thy Brown assault case came to an I end this rooming when Helen Cliuej was seut up for two months in the Citlguvy barracks charged with va- grancy. The woimiu look the stand in her own helm If and delivered uhle evidence to show that she didn't! know anything about Smith, and was not responsible in any way for the assault. Her story was not credited i and the magistrate.thought sixty duyaj about right. She will be ed for deportation. Furniture Bargains for i u i Wednesday We have a fow odd Bvessers ;ind Chiffoniers that, wo hnvo priced exceptionally low to move. Sec Our Window 1'or Display Gel, our prices .before buying. Lethbricige's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawd en Brothers Use "VeHbrite" to Clean Old Furniture 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 625 Two Others Committed Inspector West, at the Mounted Po- lice Barracks yesterday afternoon committed for trial Cecil Bradley and "Scocty" Murray on the charge of stealing cattle from Blood Indians. Bradley was represented by R. A. j Smith, while Murray was undefended. Both prisoners were remanded to the guard room to a.wait their trial. This is th-a case in which AV. D. Whitney of tfiis city is alleged to he implicat- ed, he having been committed for trial last on the charge of receiving the stolen property. J.D.HICINBOTHAM LIMITED Family Dispensing Chemlati Rexall Cold Tablets Carry a box in your pock- et. Good medicine for 'these chariffpnble davs. 25c the Box J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. THE REXALL STORE BUSINESS LOCALS For quick baggage service, phone But she Got the Dog There run in police court this mornlne v.-hen Mrs. Mclmosh appear- cd charged with enticing a dog from b70' Res Storc' the premises of Const. Forbes. Some I H- p" Browning, piano tuner with time ago the Consuible impounded the Mason Risch. Ltd.. phoiiu 791. 200-0 Icanino in question and the owner, not! Our special aueution given to out I turning tip lo I.Ey the costs, they town orders. The Crown Glean- bv the cop. who rather liked Works' 236r egression on that face. A few j !honc the Messenger Service for jdiiva il disappeared, and message and baggage delivery. jthe runstaMp went out in search, find- 1 The Ladies 'Aid of Wesley Chi.rch U safeiv sconced in its ho1" a nn. rum Tea in the .ih HORSES THAT WORK FOR A LIVING like humans In the .same situation givo better continuous and satis- factory service well "well" covering quality as well as quantity. H-will _ pay you to. got your horse, cuttle and poultry ra- tions from hefiilquar- ters. for your army oC dumb ser- vitors will light your battles all the better, and thrive the more on the provisions we supply, C. Haiirahan Phone 349 Athletic Park BoathoLises at the Lake "Why dees the city spend thous-. amis on Henderson Park, and then al-j low ramshackle boathouses 10 be put! was the observation-made by a prominent'resident of Lethbridge yes- terday. He li.id visited the park for the first time. think it is a serious mistake. The city should erect a nice- looking aquatic clubhouse or boat gar- age, and rent space a I about cost. To deface the beauty cE 'the lake by ugly looking shack boathouses should he resented." lie said. he con- i tinued, "t am Interested in aquatic i sports and believe in doing all pos- sible to promote them." Shot a Big Wild Goose A party of nimrcds went out to I Eight-Mile Lake hunting ducks, and. didn't shoot any. But they didn't home empty-handed. Mr. E. one of the expert shots, winged ai goose which, for size, has not been beat so far this season. It dressed fifteen pounds, and a party of seven sat down as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elam Frey to sample its tooth-1 someness, which was pronounced to be on a par with its size. Wild geese j are not on the closed list, so that j duck hunters need have no fear of j the 3s.H in airiiiurj d them. Ana tinckj hunters are said to be very solicitoii: about the law. T 1 L D "U" lools tor DUildmg Trades CARPENTERS. BRICKLAYERS PLASTERERS, ELECTRICIANS IRONWORKERS The Leading Brands in Latest Ideas DISSTON. STANLEY; ATKINS, "o. V.'B." "KEEN STARRET, P. S. W., GOODELL-PRATT AND' NORTH BROTHERS The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd- CORNER 5th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE sepient on Tbursdav evening. Sept Lots of No. 1 Wheat B. S. Young, who returned iast Sun- day from a visit to Portland, Ore., spent yesterday in the districts of Magrath and Raymond, where ho found the condition of the grain ex- cellent. Mr. Young, in conversation with one or two prominent milling men, learned that a large quantity of the grain now going to the mills, was graded No. 1. .Mr. Young is not tain whether lie will locate in Port-j laml permanently cr not, as he had i intended. He is so firmly impressed j with tbe progress of development be- ing made here that he thinks it possi- ble he may cling to his old love. As I Mr. Young puts it: "The country here is lull of Immense possibilities, and jnoihiDg can stop the growth of Letli- I bridge." I, i oasepienr on i ouisnav evening, oejiL. Mrs. Mclntcsn was lomid tQ fl M} 'guilty and maile 10 iiaytlic coats of the wjn bc acrvod On tho European court and OIK- tiollar Tor the keep Ilie dog in Korbo.s' popfiession. 'j Special attention given to out of Key That's Worth Something funsidci-aiile inierc.-st 1ms b conip.'Lttiun put on jtown orders. i Works. The Crown Cleanfn 6 uaigary stampede not miss tiie chiuicc of securing book- lets and Postals showing this event. Post cards. each ;5 for....... 2oc. Booklets 18 views) cncli 25c. .KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 1437 r by c-o......-titiun put on next, SSp- jArthur Jlayr, liiinlivnri. innn, fov a I'.i. (n Unity Hall. N'orlh Lplll. jST.-i Happy ThoiiaW ninge. V.MUi nr S o'clock. Oooil iirizes. tn-o iloHp.r ar, (itfiilieiuaii iad- lope wilh :t key cncloscil h: the ies free. WALL COLOURS Miss Your Guess There's more than less than in it for you See Our Window customer. In nm: of euvelojies there is a key which will unlock a lock on the stove. The one who sole the lucky koy gets the move. The scaling or the genuine key in an cu veiope and the mixing of it with the other envelopes was witnessed by the Rev. Cannon McMlllon. of St. Cyprian's church. Mr. hutler of Xuwa aud Mr. Qnnyle of the Herald. Kvory- tliing was done on the square so that no favored one can pet that stove. There are 300 envelopes, whoever yets the one gets the stove. Kvoryo'iu- has a Carmangay Loses Clood Citizen K. Hill, one of tho oldest, and incar rt'spoctcd citiy.ons Carman- ?ay, tlioil last week. lie was for Iwolv-f vdiiTs collector of eustoniK a.t Saiilt Sio. Mario, Out. He came to Al- borta in DIED of hommoraRG ot Uie lirain. at Victoria, B. on day, Mrs. A. C. Mcsscr, mother of A. of Uiia city, ufsttd 5li years, uijraj lorn or row. To Advertise Lethbridgs j If desirable arrangements can bej effected, the Hoard of Coinrol of tlr-j Dry-Farming .Congrnss will arrange j for tho securing of moving pictures at the time of the Congress. Le- donx, manager of the Starland picture theatres in (Western Canada, with unarters at Winnipeg, arrived in the trlty yesterday, for the purpose of. con-j ferring with the Congress Board in j connection with iho matter. The I Board of Control will hold a meeting this week for tho purpose of arriving at :i decision on the matter. Mv. Lcdoux has also made a proposition j to the city to take pictures of the en- tire city, including Gait Gardens, Hen- derson Park, mining industries, tho C. U, viudiict and other points of Interest, This in In addition to the Congress pictures. The whole IK a gigantic advertising one for Lclh- brldgo, and It. is hoped some satis- factory arrangement will be arrived uL THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endless Canvas Leather Belting; Rubber Belting; Lace Leather, Penberthy Injectors, Lubricators, Oil and Grease Cups OARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES Larne Stock Immediate Shipment Agents for Canadian Falrbnnks.Morsc Oil Tractors, Gasallna Engines, Etc. Orders from THE TRADE especially solicited J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones and 1755 Lcthbridge, Alta. 1245-7-2nd Ave. S.