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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta r If PMM MM TO ALL 4 HctH Windsor M-UM i Motel III 4. The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LCTMBRIDOi J The ItollM Httel It tht and Moct Convvtv if lint u .f< "I" Threshers' Supplies Mil. TURKS II MI! invite you I'O our store to look over'our liijj' iissortiiiont ol Threshers'.jSuppliox. Never luive ordered such Mingnssorliiieiil. nor havo shown at any time belter values. Look Over This List Endless Holts. Rubber Belting. Leather Melting. Lading. Lnee LeaUter. Bolt Dressing. Leather Cement. Valves, ;tll styles. Injectors. Lubricators. Grt-aso Cups. Oil Cups. Flue Cleaners. Flue Expanders. Calking Tools. CylimliM' Oils. Cup Gear Grease. Axle Grease. Oilers. Tank I'mniis. Sucliou Hose. Injector Hose. Steam Hose. Hose. Sheet Packing, Spiral Pack ing. Tipe Wrenches. Babbitt. f. C. Box FALL CLEANING You will want to do some papering this Fall. OUT stock i< larsrcr than ever and prices range from 5C a ro" UP- t'ome early. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK riRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 1281 AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS The Value of Pure Drugs and tlie Necessary Experience in Compounding The ralue of Aledicine lies equally between the purity and pow- er of tbe drugs and the method :ind manner of their compounding. The tlruss we offer .ire strictly of the highest class. Our training, experience and equipment assure that all medicines will UG com- pounded rignr. Bring all your prescriptions cere to bs filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B- MANA3CV PHONE 77! MOIR'S CHOCOLATES Our stock of these IB always trial will convince you. Rialtos, Little Pets, Walrvutinna, Almond Paste, Roman Punch, Sultana, Almoudiluos, Macaroons, Chocolate Chips, Butternuts, Brazilian, Almond Top. At 60c per pound JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION luceetiorl JOHNSTON JACKSON. SHERLOCK ILOCK. PHONS 1231 OF EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS MINING SUPPLIES GASOLINE LOCOMOTIVES. PIPE COVERING. RAILS. WIRE ROPE. PACKING. STEEL TIPPLES. FIRE BRICK. OILS. TRACK SCALES, STRUCTURAL STEEL. WASTE. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd, P. O. 270 124 SIXTH 8T. S. PHONS 531 KRVTXO FRUIT U'licllicr ii IKISSCS or iioL ITALIAN I'KKSKin'l.Nd I'UUXKS i TirK AT This is loss iluui n pound, iind is tho i-hoiipi'st fruit' for preserviiig thai you oiiii buy. Order n cstsos now :nid save iiioucy by von r own fruit. PHONES: Grocery Dept. 525. Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL PHONES: Grocery Dept. 525. Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. THE WEATHER WE ALSO CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF IRON PIPE AND PIPE FITTINGS. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Krlmonioti. cloudy Olivary, cloudy .t filming Forl Arthur, cioiuly 30 i an I P! Tin- has hmi showery, cs-1 pecially in .SiiskiiU'liPvvjm and Alboy- j ta, ami it has turned cooler ir. the ivos t. FORKC.AST: All and change to considerably cooler, with CITl AiVl) DISTRICT Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Church, of i Wimiureci, arc visitors in Hie city. A. t'annU'hael of Champion, is! .izeiti'd a slock inspector. I H. Doan of Hiirney has been j pointed fire guardian. j The Aspi-rn Beach llralty Company of Purple Springs, has been mcorpor- ati'il with a capital Of II. X. Galcr, of Vancouver, nianag- i (I ing director of the Royal CoiHeries, j i.s in the city. jl The Scottish Securities, Limiiod. I i of Medicine Hat. capital hud j been incorporated. The Redcliff Hay Products roni- LLniled, has been incorporated! "with a capital of C'. C. SliM-ls of AHorado, has been appointed poundUeepcr, the pound to he on west half of 'JO-MO. The Smith Brothers Company, Li-ii- ifed, nf Mountain View, has hecn m- corpora led with a capital of i F. .1. of Havre, Montana, arrived lasl evening in the city and has taken a position in the Alexan- dra Hotel. The Bassaiio school board has au- thority to borrow to complete their new school. If. Buckingham. Bassaiio, is treasurer. M. M. Johnston, of Calgary, gen- eral collector for the .1. I. Case Co., l.i'l., is in the city on business. F. C. Wesley, travelling represent- ative of iliL1 McC'ormick Biscuit and! Candy Company, is in the city business for the company. F. J. Murrav, of Conrad, Montana, came to Ihn city yesterday and will; remain hen.1 for a few days looking! after his business interests. Major Hornby left this morning for I Calgary, where Kfe will spend a few j ARE YOU FROM MISSOURI? If so, you will take picas- urc in "seeins" our stock. It's some class. Our service the best. Sommething new all the lime. See this new line of JAPANESE CHINA Visit us today. see OUR WINDOWS WRKHArl BROS 315. Sixth St -Phone 556 CITY AND DISTRICT Sponges A Shipment of Sponjyes direct from England 1ms just arrived and will be found very choice both in regard-to quality ;w and pice. The J.C. HiptrattaSCo.ltJ Family and CQt and Day Telephona No. 322 Bell on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS- davs before takine a trip to points j ''erinf: further West oi Lectureship, of .thti Mother Church, First Church oij Christ .Scientist Thi; following lands, naiuaiy Sec-'I 7 'S' A. .Johnston, thp Calgary repre- sentative oi the Greal West Saddlery Co., is visiting -the trades in this city. A. E. Dupen, of Royal View, rc- criv.jii the of District Chief I Ranger at the Convention of Ancient Order of I-'oresters held at Peterhoro, Out., recently. The Diamond City school hoard has receimi authority to horrow iS.OOO to iiuild and furnish a brick sciiool and iencf the .site. Robt. Laughton, iJiamond Cify. is treasurer. The Redcliff s-chooi district is au- tlmriLrd lo borrow to corn- Boston, Ulass., will delivei a lecture on "Christian .Sci- ence'1 in the. V. M. C. A. auditorium, Friday evening, Sept. Everyone cordiaily invited. Lecture free. No collection. Call 666, the Lethbridge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- gage delivery. Office S37' Rduhd 'SI.' H. E. Browning, expert piano tun- ipj ngc 0 ninl .Sections 10, 11, 12, .13, 15, 23, 23, 35, and 37 in Township S Hangr in wcsl of the Ponrtli Meridian, have heen erected into -school disiricl under Ihe name of The Charles school district No. 2555 of Ihe Province of Alberta. Sen-j ior Iruslce. .1. c. Sullivan, Altorado. At the regular Red Hose Pegren inept ing -of Pride of Alberta lodge. Sons of England, la'sl. night, iour candidates were initiated into Urn ing, with Mason Risen Piano larR'1 attendance 700-0 of An invitation from the phone 791. Prof. Herman S. Ilcring, mcmher! 1'orrsl.crs lo attend a so- of the Hoard of Lectureship of' in the K, p. hall at an .Mother Church, Pirst Church tlatl! v !ls unanimously accept- pletc ami equip a solid brick -school (.Mst scientist, will'r'1-" were made for re- building. W. A. Dodge, of Redcliff, Is a Irrra.surei. "Christian Sci- UK- Olre club's The follovvinp; lands, in the Y.M. C. A. auditorium, i Friilav evcicins, Sept. 22, at S.30. CITY AND DISTRICT lions I, 3, 3 -I, 9, HI, 11, 12, 13, H. !Kvervont. cordiimv invitcfl. In, Mi, 31, 22. 33, 21, 25, 20, 27 ;n Tnwnsliip "i Kangc II M-cst oi J--------------------.....---------------- the Fourth .Meridian, have been erect- ed into a School District under the j name oi The Maidjn School Uistrict N'o 3559 of Ihe Province of jAlhcrla. .Senior trustee, Harold-len- sen, WelihcV .0. T. Laiiirnp, local manager of Lecture 2S6-3 and n scries of social entertainments i will he (riven hy tlic lodge during the I next feu-, months. j Mrs Helen inn Walts, well known' in Salvation Army circles oi1 thisj city, passed away in the Gall-Hospi- tal yesterday morning after a month illness. Mrs. came to Can- six- years I. S. Greaves Ims recently cd from ,1 tour of the Grassy l.ako from Kent, district and brings back some en- ever since that time has re-! colirasilli; reports regarding the s.idc'' i" I.ethhridgc. Always .in ac-! yields of oats recently threshed in member in the of the Sal- Ilie 0. Kerr Co., made an auto! that district. At the farm of Mr. (ration Army for nineteen years, this trip yesterday through part of the I HocMionse oats were threshed that j institution loses in her a tried and north districts touching Lost Lake, j yielded S8 l.ushcls per acre. At an- i trusted helper. .She leaves to mount Sundial, Iron Springs and others, j other section Ihe yield reached Ihe her loss her husband and two chil- lle. reports as allTinisliril, and thresh- jmark of 97 bushels per acre but the ing well under way. The yield is above the average and Ihe people op1 timislic. Heal estate farns und eity iifginning to move at a brisk rale, and uith election the pood tin-re should he a great wave of prosperity in Southern Alberta the coininc war. daddy of them all was the'field near Grassy Lake, that yielded 107 bushels to Lhe acre. Kiax was being unload- ed at. How Island which the owner said iiad, tabulated 2li bushels to the acre. The above are not exceptional yields for flax and oats ul those di.H- ilren. u .von and a daughter. The luii- eral will he held Friday afternoon at 2 p.m. anri services will be conducted nl the .Salvation Army Hall ,y tne Annv oflicciK, when all members arc respectfully requested to allend. The will lake place In the pub- lic cemetery, G. Addison havinq cbarirt of the Getting ready for winter Household Needs nullity China :iiul Lmn.afiilatc Linens Both'aro hero- assortments mat niiiKo choosing easy, and at prices Ihul. wil; loosen the- pilrsc. strings or tho thrifty house-wlto who hikes pride in tho dnltltlncsy or her lahlo. To'.intorosl tho women who wish to replace softie broken ohlnu wilhmit buying the. full sot. wu aru offering a special discount ou ssls. s In plain gold band und rose patterns. HCB. ftiO.OO for a set G. L. Ware V'erhurg school district has authority to burrow to buy a sife and build and furnish a school. Walter Blackmail o! Colitis, is trea- surer. The school dijtrici No. 160 has power lo borrow S3.200 loll purchase a school sile and build all school and outbuildings. C. M. Scad-') den, Purple Springs, is treasurer. Chief of Police Dillcspic and wife returned last evening from Manhat-lf Ian. .Mont, where they have been i spending the past three weeks. The 11 chief is much refreshed and takes on j his official duties with a new y.cst. W. A. Government Inspec- tor of Weights and .Measures, who j has I'een spending several days in the, city in connection with his duties, re- turned lo Cn.lgary this morning to boost for the Liberal partv today. Samuel Shone and Fred Allott, o! Frank, have been appointed lo the board of examiners for mine nianag-1: ers, pit bosses and fire bosses for -the Crow's Nest district, the exam- inations 10 be held at Frank. M. Uugiaii of .Medicine Hat, F. XlcN'iool Grassy Lake, A. Mam-i ilton of Ijurdett. and W. Coullcrj of Taber, have been appointed com- j missioncrs for taking affidavits. The Fettig school district Xo. -155 has been empowered lo borrow Sl.SilO to purchase and fence a sile, erect a -school and outbuildings and dig n well. .1. K. Sevclandcr, Grassv lake, is treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Virtue and family returned yesterday from their visit to (he Coast. They will remain for few days renewing old acquaint- ances in Lethbridge before going east lo .Mr. Virtue's old home in Ontario] for a while. The Hyssop scfiool district, No. has authority to borrow lo purchase and fence a school site, build anri equip a brick schoolhouse, erect outbuildings and dig a well. W. A. Hamilton, Lethbridge, is the trea- surer H. W. Wright of Taber, C. G. Olan- der of I.elhhridge, G. Ostlund of Stirling, .1. W. Miller of Cannangay, A.' n. of Rarnwcll, Gco. l.onun. of flow Island, fi. W. -lell of Granuin, W. A. Carmicllael of Cham- jwiun, R C. Ilansny Of Pincher Creek, land M. I. Miller of Stirling, have) Miecn gazetted as game guardians. PINK HOSE. Cups and Saucers a dozen s dozen Soup 1'lates a dozen LINENS Celebrated Mai.sh G'onil'orlcr Table Linen Sets, a large variety of patterns and prices ranging to Cluaj-iimecd pure; ivarmtli without weight; floral desisns of silk and innslin. Prices 50 CRIB COMFORTERS jj 50 The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. 3rd Avenue South each Try ROGHON'S for a nice DAINTY LITTLE LUNCH 25c 3Sc 4Qc 5Oc QUAKER BREAD Isn't it nice! You eat it once. You want it twice. is the use of spending half a day in a hot kitchen .when Quaker Bread IB so handy? phone 1027 and find out how good it is. GILMORE THE BAKER 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH Hoysekeepers' Favorites Cleaning and Decorating Specialties That Yon know, and That we can recommend. LIOUID VENEER AND VERIBHITE. FOR FURNITURE AND WOODWORK. FLATTINE FLOOR FINISH, AND LACQUERET FOR FINI9HINO FLOORS. WAXOIL FOR FLOOR POLISH. ALABASTINE FOR WALLS The McKeown Hardware Co. ltd CORNIR ITH (T, AND 4TH UETHlRIDOt, ;