Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
TO ALL TRAINS Windsor e Daily Herald WHEN IN LETHBRIDQE The Dallas Hotel li the Bert and Most lent Place to Stay Heat at any anywhere, small cost., no trouble, no smell, elegant, comfortable. We have the best in'quality and price. WE HAVE A WIDE SELECTION IN ALL KINDS OF STOVES RANGES, AND HEATERS C. W. GRAY (THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY) Another Shipment or Kalian Prunes in Peach Boxes, just, lurched. Quality Could not be any heller. Price could not be any lower for such frnil. Cases, while they last. Special price per I tic preserving season is almost over for this Italian. I'ruues. IVars, Crab Apples ami Concord 0 TOKAY GRAPES, 6lti baskets, oacll 75C Price I'C.r Voc' CONCORD AND NIAGARA GRAPES, to'arrive tonight, (irsl shipment, per basket-...... soc BANANAS, nil extra lino stock, but we have few loo, many of them anj they must bo sold right away, Special per doi'en 30c WATERMELONS, Running In size fro'iiTia'tb to ISIb each, Speolal per Q3c MONTANA CRAB APPLES, wo have n shipment of these cxlra nne crab apples on the. wav and expect them lu soon. Will quote prices arrival. 90o. yenr ami in fact about all that is left to preserve Is rapes. Here is what are offering this SWEET POTATOES, not too small, nor too large, and all sound. Prico -libs for 25c. HUBBARD SQUASH. Tho old-fashioned kind, Hue for pits; special per 0'1c. PIE PUMPKIN, nice medium sized, only a lim- ited quantity, special per Ib............. 04c. DRY ONIONS, Washington stock, extra llao qual- ity, look almost like Spanish onions, Special Slbs. for................................ 25C. PEARS, Flemish Beauties, a shipment just In. 40 eases. Price per case THE GOOD COMPANY Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM, FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. WEATHER Lcthbridge, Edmonton, cloudy Red Deer, clear.......... Calgary, cloudy.......... Mneleod, clear Medicine Hat, fair 49 5-i iil Visiting Cards Now is the time when you will require visiting cards, cither plain of with your name on them. We can supply cards printed or lithographed from your own plate. Place your orders early. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK PHONE 1265 Agents for Empire and Underwood Typewriters WATER GLASS DON'T DELAY ANOTHER DAY Get those eggs preserved or next month you'll be Sony that you put off for another day. One pound costing you '2nc will preserve about six dozen egss for two years. Think of the saving whea eggs are worth per dozen. These preserved eggs are ijen'ect in flavor and boiling qualities. Remember where the stock The Frank Medley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. Saskatoon, fair......... 47 2; Regina, clear 2S Winnipeg, cloudy............ 44 34 Nelson, 58 3S Fine cool weather has been general throughout the provinces with heavy frosts at most points. Forecasts: and cool todav mid ou Thursday. Saskatchewan and to- day and on Thursday, with a little higher temperature. CITY AND DISTRICT Many Prisoners Awaiting Trial About a dozen prisoners are at the Mounted Police Barracks awaiting trial on various crimhuil charges. St. Andrews' Pulpit Vacancy A meeting of ihe congregation of St. Andrews church will be held next Monday evening at S o'clock in con- nection with the pulpit vacancy of :hat church. Goes to the Hat Trainmaster A. Smith left this morn rig for Medicine Hat, where he 'will spend a couple of days at headquart- ers. Reception Committee I A nveeting of the members of the reception committee having in char the arrangements for the entertain- ment of the Duke of Conmiujiht aad party rciJi meet tonight, in the Board 01 Trade office, when several import- ant matters will he discussed. 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 ri-Iit. Phone us your wants aud we will deliver immediately. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., limited .'V- Third Ave. Our Prescription Department Is Social Club We especially invite ladies to deal at our store for we allow no loafing of any kind. No one enters our Prescription Department but the man In charge. There is no loafing, smoking or any other distasteful or objectionable thing to interfere with the shopping that any lady desires to do. We especially invite the patronage of the fair sex. JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 It's A Pleasure To Carve one of our joints of choice meat is so tender and juicy, ao sweet and appetizing. Our mutton, lamb, vea I and pork arc all of the imest quality and give the greatest, satisfaction lo all who try them. They are dressed so as to avoid ail un- necessary waste, a "3 U" G, A. Delany PHONE fCame in on New Track Passenger trains coming into the C. P. H. yards iimv come in on the new passenger track which was completed yesterday. The platform has been j extended out to the new Hue. giving j about t-2a feet more apace, which will I ereaily relieve the crowded condi- tions during train time. f Will be Here for Week Senator Bostoek. of British Colum- bia, will be one of the distinguished visitors at the Dry-Farming- Congress. The Senator has already reserved ac- commodation, and will spend the whole week here. He has been oue of the strongest supporters of the movement in British Columbia. An Electric Sign Passengers coming into I.ethhrldge at night will in future always know- that this is The first thing to greet their eyes will be a arge electric sign on the overhead bridge at Ninth street, on the word Lethhriflge stands out letters .wo feet high. There Is a sign on either side of ibe bridge, so that the will catch them both coming and going. Interesting Lecture Superintendent Reid has made ar- p.iifcemeuts for a very interesting lec- TB ;o be delivered in the city about ovember S. when Prof. Win. li. Patty vil! lecture and demonstrate three the wond-ers of age, radium, liquid air and the wireless telegraph. I It ia not known yet where the enter- tainment Is to liu held, lint it is being looked forward to with much pleasure by many who have promised their support iu getting the noted lecturer to come here. Plenty of today. Our suggestion is that you use a little of 10 cents the cake 3 for 2oc J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 Ingram's Toilet Preparations Prepai Milkweed Face Cream Knov.-n iDRram's Toilet two Milk- SLSh Mahena and Meadow Sweet KENNY ALLIN I Ten Days to Cool Off Boca use he couldn't believe that the prnKpc-rous looking proprietor of Lunch had no, in transaction involving the difference of ono dimo. Thos. McN'icoi do the Business Men's Meeting Tonight next ten days in jail. One cent per A meeting of the Business Men's BUSINESS LOCALS For iiuick baggage service, phone (J70. Hex Cigar H. E- Browning, uiano tuner with Mason Risch. Ltd., phone 791. 200-0 Phone (iCG the Mes.srnger Service for prompt message and baggage delivery. The D. M. of E. whist drive in S. O. E. hall, Wednesday, September I Gnus cents, 25 cents. Friends, Welcome. FOR PIIONK 702 for kindling wood. A few special good bargain.-} In pianos and phiyer pianos this week only. Mason fc Ltd. The "Great Oddfellows' Parade" nt Stnrlaiul today. The Companions of the Forest have SPJII out invitations for a dance to be hold in Unity Hall, on Tuesday October 1st. 243-ti Your patronage solicited. The CITY AND DISTRICT Funeral of Mrs- Messer The funeral of ihe Inte Mi-o. A. C. Messer, late of Lethbridge, took place from the family residence, 907 Colllu- son street, Victoria, B. C.. on Thurs- day, September 19th, to Christ church Cathedral and then to Rosa Hay cem- etery. The principal mourners were husband, son and daughter. The ser-! vices at the church and grave were I conducted by the Dean of Christ iburch Cathedral. There were num- erous floral tributes conveyed in an open carriage, a pillow from husband, j anchor from son, ami daughter Hilda. I wreath, sister Annie and family, a j wreath, Camnso-n Lodge A. F. A. M, wreath, Naval Service Lodge No. 2 A. F. .t A. M. wreath; Canusoa Arch Chapter, wreath. Jlr. Maim wreath, Loyal Orange Lodge, wreal Victoria Conservative associatio cross; Jlr, aud Mrs. Nash, cross; E. Prior Co., spray; Mr. aud Mrs. A Fad-yen, wreath; Mr. McDougall an Mr. Anderson, spray; Mr. and Mi- Leigh, spray; Mr. and .Mrs. HcArtht spray; Mr. and Mrs. Warren, spraj Mr. and Mrs. Kirk, spray; D. M. C E., spray; Order Eastern Star, spraj Mr. aud Mrs. Davy, spray; Jtiss Inl ren, spra.y and Mr. and Mrs. Do! aid, spray. Where To Purchase Stoves and Ranges We wish lo announce that in addition l.o our extensive stock of House Furnishings, AVO have addcd'u complete line of STOVES AND "ro h-v or the moat famous Canadian o I" respect, and most oinlciil. Prices, all the way to VETERANS WHO Will PAW! ON THE OCCASION OF THE VISIT OF THE VISIT OF THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT A well-attended meeting of the vet- erans 'was held last night at .Messrs. Asijnlth Lindsey'a office. .Majot Stewart reported that he was prepar- ed to take command of the Veterans on October 9 at the evening parade, when the Duke of Conuaught arrives, but that on the following morning at the inspection he would not be able to take pare with the Veterans, owing to the fact that he would have charge, of the Battery. That would necessi. tate Mr. Asquith having charge of the parade on October 10. The details of both parades were gone into, and it was decided to meet at least one hour earlier on the evening of October 9, so that a little drill could be gone through, prior to actual parade. The secretary was also instructed to order seventy-five Veterans' Bri-! Kade lapel buttons, which will be worn at the parade. Thos-e buttons will ar-1 rive In the course of a few days and can be had from the secretary on pay- ment of 35 cents. The secretary has ilso ordered a quantity of medal rib- bons, so that any man requiring any cau oblain same. Following is the list of those who lave definitely promised to attend the larades, and any veteran who is eu-j itjed to attend, whose name Joes not ippear on this list, is reciucsted to iend his name to (he socretarv wee, so that the list can be made as .-is possible: -Major Stewart, L. Asquith, Major' Burnett, Sheriff Young, Senator De Vobor. .1. li. Altkens, Rcorge Ayres, I .1 .E. LethbridEC, C. IJarlon, Gallon.] Const. Wigg, R. p. pittard. .T. A liar-' clay. E. Emery, T. w. Clark-s, L. Dunk, .1. Alexander, 0. Smidley, E. .1. Webb. A. If. Iloulderson. E. M W Laurie, A. Hafton-Oinninp. KcouJ Angus McGilvray. fi. C. Wanloss P j II. Davis, T. M. Boolli, and A. Rocben. day Is the rate charged by the mag- istrate. McNlcol went into Fat's th other day. ami had and with various trimmings. Ills hill came lo -15 cents. Ho figured it up at Xa. The celestial was firm In his de- mand, and McNIcol was loud In his talk, BO that when a copper appeared hungry Individual was hurried association will he held in the ollice of the secretary, Room 4, Klrkham Block, to-night at S o'clock. eKKa attendance) is urged. A large away to the police station. so Ihe Ing by his eloquent, Mc.VicoI magistrate gave him th cool off. e leu days lo Macleod Presbytery Met The Macleod Presbytery, Kev. R. CSiinpson, moderator, presiding, met yc-sterday afternoon in St. Andrew's nliiirch relative to, securnig a now minister for that congregation. Ow- T. M. .Mur- see his way ti> accept the call offered tn him II was decided to havo auolhcr congre- Siilloual meeting to decide (ho matter. :onrt this to "lo lllili appeal thnt the ot could iiot HAD ARM SHOT OFF T-rinca Albert. Sept. first snooting aceiduu. in this district this fail occurred here when Harold Bates had his arm so badly mangled by a dis- charge of shot .is to necessitate am- putation. .In pulling the gun hurried- ly out of the wagon, it went off. FERNIE MINER BADLY HURT Ferule, u. Sept; M-jr. s. Pino, one tf. the oldest miners in this I district, wnsVjiailly injured by a rave j In in No. Coal Creek, today. He Is lying In (he hospital here with one leg broken'near the ihigh joint and with Internal injuries which make his condition critical. wl UUI casy payment system, which enables every home to have the finest range on thu nuirUet We give a liberal discount for CASH. Co'me in aud talk it over. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawd en Brothers 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Use "Veribrite" to Clean Old Furnitur PHONE 625 HORSES THAT WORK FOR- A LIVING like hunuum in ihe same situation give better continuous and satis- factory service when'' well "well" covering quality as well as quantity. It will pay you to get your horse, cattle and poultry ra- tions from Hanrahans' headquar- ters, for your army of dumb ser- vitors tight j.our al, the better, and thrive the more on the provisions we supply, C. Hanrauan Phone 349 Athletic Park The Range There is only one host. The range that's built on honor, of the best materials. Known the world over as a perfect baker. uniform, airtight oven, lined throughout with asbestos." (Saves half your fuel bill. The Great it ic Range The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd CORNER 5th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE LARGEST ASSORT- MENT IX THE CITY PlttCKH QUALITY THE-BEST PitOMPT DELIYEKY JM> d DON'T FORGET S2.00 MAY WIN YOU A STOVE' THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endless Canvas Belts; Leather Belting; Rubber Belting; Uce Leather. Pcnberthy Injectors, Lubricators, Oil and Grease Cups OARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES Larqo StcoK Immediate Shipment Ane.iU for Canadian Fnlrbanks-Morsc Oil Tractors, Gasoline Ennir.es, Etc. Orders from THE TRADE especially solicited J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 705 -ind 1755 Lethbridce, Alia. Ave. S.