Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
U, MIC TO "ALL Hotel Windsor TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald feu IU5 i Diy Haiti In .J. WHEN IN LgTHDNIOOl The Dallas Hotel J u MMt Convtn- J. l.nt to sux 4. 4. Threshers' Supplies 31 H TH 1! IvSH ft K31 A invite you to our store lo look over our hijr assortment r, i Threshers'Sullies. Never have we onlere. such n big assortment, nor have we shown al any lime bettor values. Look Over This List Endless Belts. Rubber Rollins- Leather Bolting. Lagging. Lace Leather. Helt Dressing. Leather Cement. Valves, ail styles. Injectors. Lubricators. Grease Cups. Oil Cups. Flue Cleaners. Flue Expanders. Calking Tools. Machine Oils. Cylinder Oils. Cup Grease. Gear Grease. Axis Urcnso. Oilers. Tank Pumps. Suction Hose. Injector Hose. Steam Hose. Hose. Sheet Packing. Spiral IMckillET. Pipe 13ahbitt. WE ALSO CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF IRON. PIPE AND PIPE FITTINGS. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. r Ite P. 0. Box 67t Give Att-ntlor. 'C< FALL CLEANING Yon want to do. some papering this Fall. Our stock'is larjrcr than 'ever and prices range from 5c a roll up. Come early. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 128V AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS The Value of Pure and the Necessary Experience in Compoundin The ralue of Medicine lies equally between the purity and pow- of the drugs and the method and manner o' iheir compounding. The drugs wf offer are strictly of the highest class. Our training. .iperienfe and equipment assure that' all medicines will be com- pound eti rignt. Bring all j'our "nere to bo filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. fRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. PHONE 772 RIPLEY, USE HIRSUTONE Don't criticise iho man whose coat collar IE covered with dand- ruff ho done everything possible to rid himself of it- tint is. everything eicept jising HIRSUTONE. Dandruff is causod -by bacterial action. This preparation stops ihat action It stopc Jailing hair, stimulates growth of new and makes old hair healthy, gradually grey hair and makes it soft and glasij. Price 11.00 per bottle. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION U JOHNSTON A JACKSON. IHSKLOOK BLOCK. PHONE Of EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS DOMESTIC COAL by the ton or carload lots Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. TIT PRTCr, ON rKESEUVIXft FKU1T NOW it passes or nut. 1TA AN rKMMKIUMNC. TRUNKS KOli T1JK 11ALAXOHO.FTH.I.K AV'EEK AT PKK 25-POUND Tin-; i< lluui..H' a pound, and is. tin- cheapest I'ruit for pvoservin.n; iliat you can buy. Onlera few eases now and .save money by canning our own 1 mil. PHONES: Grocery Dept. 525. Wholesale Dept. 1271, Ice Cream Dept. 627. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONTECTIONeRV WHOLESALE t RETAIL Wholuale Oept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. CRT AND 1HSTKICT .1. Puller, of the Cameron ranch, is in the city. Mr and Mrs. M. .1. Fuller, oi Kd- ijinn'.un. are visitors in the city. j and Mrs. II. T. D'Atc. oi Dia-j iiioinl City, were atmi'is the visitors! (o the cit) last evening. j j John Beckett. Great Falls; C. K. j j Lawrence, Pueblo, Mont.; ami C. S. Shipper, o! Great Falls, are among j the list of United States land seek-: crs in ihe city. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Phinigor, of Crar.l'rook, and Mr. and Mrs. M. Richardson, of Milk Kivvr. arc spend- !ins a few days in Lethbridse and. vj- :cinitv. j 11.C. McRurncy and C. Morri- Isiin, of Diamond f'ity, were in the icitv last evening in connection with j the election returns. I J. II. Hudson, the well known min- im man oi Unite, .Mont., returned 'vestenLu irom his (rip to the north conn try and few jdays in this vicinity before returning A. McMillan, of Shreveporl. la., j I passed through here yesterday en iroute to the Peace Paver where he expects to locate in the j coming spring. Among the Calgary visitors are: Jjll. C Huty. D. F. Whitney, II. 10. Wm. Dayc, .1. C. Burr, II. Pearson. R. Jackson; A. East-! (I ham. II. (J. Barber, A. K. Mihell and J. Tail Hunter. C. K. Mitionl, of Howson arid Mit- ford. Kcnera! merchants, Coaldale, ARE YOU FROM, MISSOURI? If so, you will take ure in our stock. It's some class. Our service the best. Soimneihing new ull the time. Sec this now line of JAPANESE CHINA Visit us today. SEE OUfc WINDOWS- KIRKHAM BfiOS Phone in the city yesterday and reports i that business is Very brisk. They have a first-class up-to-date grocery MOCK, and expect a large stock of j j dry goods, etc., from Winnipeg, in a 'few days. Mr. Mitionl was formerly on the Herald si aft. BORN Sept, 20.th, at their home. HOI First Ave'., N.W., Cal- gary, to S'.r. and Mrs. E. R. Tab- rum, a son. Sponges A Shipment of Sponges direct from England lias jai-st arrived and will be, found very clioieo both in quality.' and price. TAa NAVAL EXPERTS GIVE OPINIONS Olympic and Hawk Col- lision Considered by Officials London, Sept. and nau- tical experts discussed at length in the newspapers today the collision between the liner Olympic and cruiser Hawk. A.naval expert in the i Morning I'ost points out the danger j I arising ironi nencleus crews belonging! lo i he lowest class of reserves. IIcj says the Hawk probably had reduced: the crew, and the handful of olrccrs in ihe collision between the (ihldia-l lor and the St. Paul was a case aim- I 'ilar In kind. H occurred in narrow I j pilotage waters and squally weather, and the Gladiator had only about.; half a crew aboard. Experts say itj seems clear that, the Hawk, which; had a powerful ram, collided in prc-; dscly -ill" same manner as her dc-; signer intended she should. The col-! lision will again call attention to the question whether it' is desiraiiie that j mercantile and naval ports should lie i in such "close proximity as South-j ainpton and Portsmouth, compelling! large vessels to use the same pass- j age. It has been suggested, so far as Southampton is concerned, that, a rtmciiy might he found in an arrange- ment whereby passenger liners could proceed to the Needles passage, and Mcn-of-V.'ar enter and depart by way of St. Helens. The crew of the Hawk- were not allowed to land last nighl and it is'therefore impossible to ob- tain their version of the accident. The White Star Co. announces that j the Olympic must proceed to Belfast j to be docked. The steamer Adriatic will delay her departure from IJver- jpool for six tu take aboard 'some of the Olympic's passengers. J.DJiptotuJiSCa.U] CbeinlsU Nlcht' and Day 922 Ntsht Bell on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS Prof. Herman S: Hering, member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church, First Church of Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass., will dclive! r. lecture on "Christian Set-.----- :nce" in the'V. M: C. A. auditorium, sanity, Friday Kept. 33, at 8.30. Lonsen... Everyone cordially invited. Lecture 'pastorale at Champion next Sunday. free. collection. 236-3 The second subject: will he "Life's Call B6D, the Lethbridge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- zac' delivery. O'Tice 327 Hound St. H. Browning, expert piano tun- ing, with Mason i Risen Piano Co., phone 701 i pica for religious corn- Mr. Oodman concludes his HARDWOODS Overplus." Mr. and Mrs. Smitbson have moved back into their house on the sub- division. Til..; speaker at Hie Citizenship -nieeling .if the League on Tuesday iwill he I'onald I'aterson, of Letlt- Proi. Herman S. flermg, member of the Hoard of Lectureship of the j hridgc. Mother Church, First Church of i Mrs. Wright, entertained a Jolly Chris! Scientist, lioston, Mass., will! party of young folks last batiirdav. (icl'vcr a lecture on "Christian 'Sci- i The occasion was a birthi.ay party. -r.ru1' in the Y. M.t'. A. auditorium, Sonio 'folks won't need much chicken Friday evening, Sept. 22, at SiHfl. for anyway. Kvcrvonr cordially invited. 'Lecture (jujtr a few of Ihe men will -be free. Xo collection. 33C-3 CHAMPION NEWS It is now just a question of hours and then, and then, Champion will really lie i" possession of a railway track. Afle--- all our suspense. we can hardly believe our senses. I The construction on the new Bank j of ''oiumercr has: H will I make a handsome addition 10 the town. Contractor Jones has the job in hand, and (his insures the fact of a Roml structure Horn.-To Mr. n.nd Mrs. W. .1. i'or-j da U4 8. short of twine The grain is taking more, this; year than usual. The people ni Champion had a real mnsk-al tri'.ii. on Friday It was the iH-caston of a visit from Madame Mal'lae Sandal, the celebrated Nor- wegian soprano. Ma'lamc .Sandal gave a sons recital, and sang pieces in five languages. it is perhaps unnecessary to special 'mention milst be malic I'.'Thr Rosary." This was rcn'lercii with line insight and spiri- ial passion A collection of Norwegian folk esand Lines contest goes songs wen; also very popula, .nerrilv on. Al present the girls arc Scnnrlinavian part of tin- lou bill with one inolT week to j TITO. lo the "bo's should reverse this., bit.! Tiic song. "The Smithy" lirabms Champion electorate will do j was also a fine example musical dulv ,1 the poll on Thmsday.i skill and technical ability. Altogetber We l.'ll i." when we say lli.al.hi most enlerlaiiiing ami inspiring Canada is dependent for its lumber on the soft woods of'tile forest much more than is the United States, as seen from the 1910 Forest Products report, compiled by the Dominion For- estry branch, and shortly to be pub- lished. Of the 1910 Canadian lumber amounting to nearly five billion feet, only one-twentieth consisted of hardwoods or broad-leafed trees, worth barely five million dollars; on the other hand, almost one-quarter of the lumber cut in the United States consists of Jiardwoods, which country 1 is already feeling a shortage of the hardwood supply, and makes up the national deficiency by importing; an- nnnlly from the United States hard- wood lumber to the value of seven and a halt million dollars. Thus, the value of the hardwoods imported Into Canada during 1D10, exceeded by 50 per cent., the value of the hardwoods manufactured Into lumber. Nearly all of these imports are from the United States, and consist of the most valu- abie species, such as oak, hickory, tul- ip or yellow poplar, chestnut, gum, walnut, cherry and a large amount of hard pine, which is so frequently used aa.a hardwood. From these above fig- ures, it is secn-that we arc becoming more and more dependent upon, the I United States, whose available supply for export is surely and rapidly dc- j creasing. Whatever can be done to improve the resources of Canada by j the elimination of wood waste, and j particularly by the development' the small wood lota of Ontario, South- ern Quebec and the Maritime proviti- ces, should be done with all possible 'speed. Dr. Warnock is sure of a majority here. Madame Sandal Jeff for Ularcuholm on Saturday. The usual service was held on Sun- day. The seiiuon on tim The' chairman oi thc'cniincrlr Piticy Watson, Introduc- ed singer to Hie amiicncc, mid llurliprt Oilman voiced the Uiankx ;iud appreciation of the assembly for the Kplvml FAMINE IN PHILIPPINES Manila, Sept. of fHmin-e in the Philippines on account of thp failure of the rice crop hss become so thraatwniinf thiit Forbes today to order the purchiiBo by government of R ship 'lofid of the cereal In KaiiROon. The cargo will he sold to the people nl ooci. Getting ready for winter Household Needs Dainty China and Immaculate Linens Uolli arc iiial ninxo nnd ill prices ilinl will loosen tho imrso strings of the tnrllly hoiiso-wifo who tukos prliln In Iho daintiness of her table. To interest women who wish lo replace BOIIIO broken ahina wHIiaut buying (he full set, wo are ottering ll special discount oil several dainty K2ts. PINK ROSE. Gups niul Sauccr.s PlntM............ Soup I'lutcs........ ......52.25 n dozen a dozen a dozen LINENS Celebrated Maisli Comforter Table Linen Sots, a large variety ot patterns and prices ranging from................................... to Guaranteed pure; warmth without weight; floral designs of silk and muslin. Prices........................ to CRIB The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. Now 3rd Avenue South QUAKER BREAD The crust is a rich brown; The crumb like unsweetened Angel Food, .way from the kltchefitor Ih. it family will .pprcclate Bread. Phone 1027. GUMORE 1613 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH CORNER AND 4TH AVE., Limoges In plain gold band and rose patterns. Ilug. 160.00 for a set j[ G. L. Ware Try ROCHON'S for a nice DAINTY LITTLE LUNCH 25c 35c 40c 5Oc Housekeepers' Favorites Cleaning and Decorating T'hiit Yon know, and That we can recommend. LIQUID VENEER AND VERIBRITE. FOR FURNITURE AND WOODWORK. FLATTINE FLOOR FINISH, AND LACQUEHET FOR FINISHING f, FLOORS. WAXOIL FOR FLOOR POLISH. ALABASTINE FOR WALLS The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. 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