Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE SUS TO ALL TRAINS lloU'l Windsor But a Day Hotel In The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LETHBRIDQE The Dallas Hotel It the Butt and Most Conven- ient Place to Stay Quality counts, and we have both quality and quantity at low prices Here are to-day's'specials ELBERTA PEACHES, nil nice lurge size, uropor- ly matured and well worth L'yc a case more than a lot of peaches sold in tlie city. Freyli right off tlie car. price pur case......... 90c. ITALIAN PRUNES, extra largo, wrfl-tllled cases, weighing at least 25lb (jroBs wcislu. Price per case............................. TOKAY GRAPES, rlamlios, the finest wo have had this year. Per basket 75c. CANTELOUPES, medium size; price each .10c GREEN PEPPERS, pet- llj..................20c. GRAPE FRUIT, extra lul'gc size, price each I5o. Two for.............................. 25c. Medium slxe. price each................. 10c. SWEET POTATOES, special, 41tis for........20c CELERY, finest U. C. stock, per Ib.......... 15c. PICKLING CUCUMBERS, per 15c PICKLING ONIONS, Ib............... 15c. BLACKBERRIES, fine quality, 2 baskets for.35c. RIPE TOMATOES, 4 basket crates, extra Una stock, pet- crate Per basket......... 30c. HUBBARD SQUASH, PIE PUMPKIN and WATERMELONS, Price per ft. for each ..............5 cents A special shipment of EGGS received this morning by Kxpross (or the Saturday trade. -PHONES- THE GOOD COMPANY -PHONES- Grocery Depl. 525 HIGH CLASS GROCERS Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. ICE CREAM, FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Oept. 627. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Cream Dept.' 627. The fittings of this house are swell. -Jack chose them with great care, best in town from OUR big stock, Were fitted by him there. WE HAVE A SPLENDID SELECTION OF FITTINGS. CALL AND SEE THEM (THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY) Well Satisfied IS A STATE WORTH HAV- ING You will find that by buying your WALL PAPERS from us you caii get the papers you want and Save Money. Robertson's Book Store WATER GLASS DON'T DELAY ANOTHER DAY Get those eggs preserved or next month you'll be sorry that you put off for another day. One pound coating you 2 DC will preserve about, six dozen eggs for two years. Think of the saving when eggs are -worth 75c. per dozen. These preserved eggs are perfect In Savor and boiling qualities. Remember where ttie sioclc The Frank Hedlev Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. WEATHER t.ethbriilice, snowing snow Rca Deer, fair Calgary, snow Mauleod, cloudy Prince Albert, cloudy Swift Current, clear Braudon, fair Winnipeg, cloudy Grand Forks............ Vegrevill, Coronation, clear Brooks, cloudy.......... Dattleiord, fair Saskatoon, cloudy Vorkton, clear ose Jau', cloudy Swan River, clear Portage, clear Port Arthur, clear Nelson FORECAST All cloudy and cool. 'A rain or snow. 40 44 52 41 53 53 US (J5 43 56 47 37 49 BO 51 54 57 G local 34 32 .02 3'. .13 31 .24 32 .OS 2-1 33 .02 41 25 30 35 .10 26 24 2G .45 23 .03 38 .1C 38 .02 44 .0 cneralh falls 01 CITY AND DISTRICT Snow rn Cardston Over two inches of snow' fell in 'ardston between last evening and ihis morning and harvesting opera- ions in that district are suspended lor .he time being. Are You Canning? What particular preserves or fruit are you canning? Xow not make It more delicious by using some of our PURE SPICES When you buy spices from either whole or ground, you can sure of their purity and strength. Cinnamon, Nutmeg., Cloves, All-spice, Ginger, Mace. ?epper and other valuable cooking and preserving helps. Parowax for covering jelly, 10 cants a cake. Pickle jar corks and jar rubbers also, JACKSON CO. Another Big Potato The Mounted Police barracks' gar- dens have a reputation for growing large potatoes. The climax was reached the other day when oiie of the prisoners dug up a big one which tipped the scales at 2 uoirads 9 ounces. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK Veterans' Meeting The Veterans will meet in Aauuith Lindsay's office tomorrow evening, September -4, at S p.m., to make ar- rangements for the Duke of Con- naught's inspection. Typewriter Supplies and Office Stationery When requiring new rib- bons, paper, blank books, files or office stationery of any kind, remember that we have a full stock and our prices are right. Phone us your wants and we will deliver immediately. The Red Cross Drug Book CITY AND DISTRICT Little Girl Broke Arm The five-year-old daughter of Mrs, C. -Maywood, of Winnipeg, who 1ms been spending a few days with her mother, at the honie of Mr. 11. A. Wright, had the misfortune to fall and br.eak her arm, but was able to leave for home on Saturday. Third Ave. Excellent Grain Quality A Herald representative interview- ed a number of well known fanning men who are visiting in the city, all of whom expressed the opinion that the strain iliis year is much superior in qnaliiy to tiiai of last year, and the crop outlook on the whole'is aae of much promise.- PHONE 1232 It's A Pleasure To Carve oiie of our joims of choice meat is so tender and juicy, so sweet asd appetizing. Our beef mutton, lamb, veal and port- are all of the ttnest quality and give the greatest satisfaction to ail who try them. They are dressed so as to avoid all un- necessary waste, consequently a. joint from us is an economical one. Steamship Arrivals Mr. S. B. Mitchell reports that the Gunru'tl Huvt Ansonia docked at Que- bec this morning, and Lethbridge pas- sengers will arrive on Thursday. The Cunarder Campania also docked to- day, and passengers will arrive on Thursday. Press Corps will be There will be a large representation of newspapermen and women at the Dry-Farming Congress next month, and tlie publicity department is mak- Higinbotham's Beef Iron and Wine Contains extract of heef, sweet iron and the best sherry wine made. It is an excellent tonic, suitable for young or old. and tho weak- est stomach can bear it with- out discomfort. The iron will not injure leerli. Per Bottle J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The .Rexali Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 BUSINESS LOCALS For quick baggage service, phone 670. Rex Cigar H. E. Browning, piano tuner ing special arrangements to care for Mason Risen. Ltd., phone 791. 200-0 a A. them and give them every facility in getting a report of ,Uie sessipn and exposition. Won! was received at congress headquarters today that H. D. Lute would he here representing the Nebraska Farmer, while the Far- mers' Advocate of Winnipeg will he represented by .J. Albert Hant. editor- in-chief. A.A. Toole. Miss Cleadenan of the women's department. Phone 6fiG the Messenger Service for message and baggage delivery. Will the party who removed bunch of keys from a post office box return them to the post office. 239- Calgary Stampede Do not miss the chance of .seeurinsi book- lets and Postals showing iliis event. Post cards.'10e eae.ii 3 for........ -Joo. Booklets (containing 18 views) oach 25c. KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 1487 Little Girl's Foot Cut Off A Very painful accident happened on Saturday evening about six o'clock whmi lillle twelve-year old Gtrtrmle Dowe, of Xorih Letlibridgc, slipped in j front of the C. It. switching ongiiu! near tlw Ellison Mills, ihe child's toft foot bei'iff caught under iho wheels and severed at (lie ankle. She was not noticed in the dusk by the crew of the engine, nnd lay for some time Wilfred Simm has opened a transfer business in North Lethbridge. and is prepared to do all kinds of dray and transfer work. Coal delivery a spec- ialty. Orders taken at North Leth- bridge Realty Co., Phone 536. The Young Women's Sodality of St. Patrick's church will hold ;t social hi the K. of P. hall on Tuesday, Sept. 24th at S.30 o'clock. Tickets 50c. Special attention given to out of town orders. The Crown Cleaning Works. All kinds of glassware reduced to Removal Sale prices. C. A. Cooksloy. beside Tlemle.v'a. i D. M. of E. whist drive in where she had been hurt before he-1 S. O. tt. hail, Wednesday, September ing found by John Taylor who rushed i Cents 50 cents, ladies 23 cents, her to the hospital. An operation was friends Welcome. performed immediately and it was found necessary to amputate tlie foot just above the ankle. The iit'.le, child IP. progressing as rapidly as possible, and resting easily this morning. It is wideralooil that she was picking up wood and coal along tho track, when slio noticed engino close upon her. She tried to get, out of the way but slipped and was too la to to avoid the iiecitlut Fineii for Deserting C. P. R. B. Carl, B. Glvconda. M. Fracoxco; Sid (Undo, 3. Petro nnd P. Pretro were this morning fined and costs each by inspector West at the Mounted Police llnrracka for de- serting their employment while work- ing for the C. P. R. here. The men put no defence and admitted their Lethbridge Ptesscs Him j T. A. Hornibrook, of Calgary, ac-i companied by his father, Mr. Hornl-, brook, of Brown Bros., Toronto, arc in j the city today. This is the latter gentleman's first, visit to Lethbridge and he is welt pleased with what h has seen of. another Alberta city. Death of Infant The death occurred in the city last night of Edward Philip Hogs, the in- fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Hogg, 295 Ttli Ave. A., South. Tho funeral will take place tomorrow morning at ten o'clock from St. Put- rick's church to the Catholic cemetery. Cardston's Choir's Trip About one hundred and twenty-five voices are expected to make the trip from Cardston next month, to the Dry- Farming Congress. S. Newton, .the genial director of the choir spent to- day in the city conferring with John T. Burns regarding arrangements for the seating of the chorus in the big auditorium being erected for the Con- gress. His Bail Estreated C. -Robinston Skinner, failed to ap- pear in police court this morning for reating a disturbance on the street on Saturday night. He was out on ten lollars bail, which was estreated. John 3raig was arraigned for allowing his liorse to run at large and to do six dollars damage to J. .T. WakeHn's pro- lerty. Craig pleaded not guilty tmd ,he case was remanded till tomorrow norning. T. U.'s Organizer for West Following their policy of keeping j iace with the general development in Western Canada, the executive offi- the International Typographi- cal Union of North America have an- nounced the appointment of John Weaken, of Calgary', as representative for that body in Alberta and the West- ern portion of Saskatchewan. Such was the information sent to the local officers of I. T. U. NO. 551. from head- quarters at Indianapolis today. Civil Service Exams Mr. W. A. Hamilton received notice today of the fall examinations for the civil service. They will be held at j Edmonton and Calgary, as usual, the intimation of Mr. Adam Shortt that Lethbridge might be made an 'exam- ining centre not having materialized as yet. A number of positions are op- en, starting with ?500 salaries. Appli- cations for the privilege of writing must reach the secretary of the board of examiners at Ottawa, not later than October 15. WAS ATTACKED ON THE STREET! MR. GRIST OF NORTH WARD WAS j BADLY BEATEN BY UNKNOWN j THUGS Because Mr. Grist, of Xonh I.eth- bridge, was set upon by unknown parties, and badly assaulted on Sai-j tirday night, in front of St. Andrew's I Church, the story got abroad yester- day that ihe acting minister nf 'hat j church had been knocked down and beaten by thugs, causing the police to call at church yesterday morn- ing to see if the pastor was in his place. The officers wero informed that the minister was well, and nol the object of the assault. The parties who attacked Mr. Grist are unknown, and made their geta- way. Tho victim of the assault is, however, in a bad condition, and nble to give a connected story of the affray. Dr. Botton, an Englishman, who lifts been working in a Woodstock factory and running a -medical oHW on the nlflo, was fined and costs. Where To Purchase Stoves and Ranges We wish to announce l.iml; in addition to our extensive stock of. House Funii.shing's, we have added a complete line of STOVES ANT) RANGES Those ranges are made by ono of the moat famous Canadian manufacturers. Absolutely reliable in every respect, aud most economical. Prices, nil the way to for cash or on our easy payment system, which, enables every home to have ilia lineal, range on the "We give a liberal discount for CASH. Conio in and talk it over. __Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers Use "Vorlbritc" to Clean Old Furniture 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 625 HORSES THAT WORK FOR A LIVING like humans in the same situation sive hotter continuous- arid satis- factory service when well, "well" covering quality as volt as quantity. It will pay you to get your horse, cattle and poultry ra- tions from Hanrahans1 headquar- ters, for your army of dumb ser- vitors will fight your battles all tho better, and thrive the more on the provisions we supply. J. C. Hanralian Phone 319 Athletic Park The Range There is only one best. The-range that's built on honor, of .the-besli materials. Known the world over as a perfect baker, Ahvays uniform, airtight oven, lined' throughout with asbestos. Saves lialf your fuel bill. The Great Majestic Range The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER 5th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE Get a move on See Our Window THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endless Canvas Belts; Leather Belting: Rubber Belting: Lace Leather. Penberthy Injectors, Lubricators, OH and Grease Cups GARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES 'Largo Stock Immediate Shipment Agents for Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Oil Tractors, Gasolina Engines, Etc. Orders from THE TRADE especially solicited J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 755 and 1755 Lcthbriilge, Alta. Avt. S.