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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PHI! TO ALL Hotel Windsor tan 11.18 i any In Alb.rti 4> The Lethbridge Daily Herald 4- WHI-r; IN LITHOHIDOI The Dallas Hotel U and Mant Place to Stay We are prouc! of our RANGES AND HEATING STOVES and our reason for beiiiir so proud is hcrausc our stoves and ranges such universal sal- ifnction. years of Immlliiur stoves lias shown .us Hie best styles and ninkes, and yon o-ain this expert know led when you buy ti one of our stoves. You run no risk. We guarantee them all. HEATING STOVES Our heating stovrs are :ill opened ready for your inspection, it is wise to have a look over the new lines and select yours now. Prices to STEWART RANGES nre without exception the best ranges at the prices sold anywhere. They cook and hake perfectly, are easy on fuel. to Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Give Attention P. O. Box 671 Mall Orden OFFICE DIARIES FOR 1912 Our stock now in and comprises all Select your Diaries early. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK riKST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS The Value of Pure Drugs and the Necessary Experience in Compounding The value of Medicine lies equ.illy between the purity and pow- er of the drugs and the method and manner o' their compounding. The drugs we offer are strictly of the highest class. Our training, experience and equipment assure that all medicines will be com- pounded right. Brinj all your prescriptions here to be filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A, B. H1PLEY, PHONE 772 FOR ACHING, SORE AND SWEATING FEET USE EAS'EM IF YOU WANT REAL FOOT COMFORT Dust a little in the shoes, sprinkle some on the stockings. H ihsorbB moisture and checks perpiration and prevents formation of coma and blisters. Put up in sprinkle top cannisters, 25 cents. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION ORUQGISTt SuctMlori to JOHNSTON JACKSON. BLOCK. PHONE 1231, Annapolis Valley Gravenstein Apples arc exceptionally fine flavored, so different from the ordinary apples which yon have been in ihe hahil of Vnllcy in Xova Scoliii is known all over to be the finest apple district in Amer- We have jnsl unloaded a ear oflhese fine apples and if you want; sniiu'llltll No. 1 Stock Price per barret PHONES: Grocery Dept. 525. Wholesale Dept. 1271. IC2 Cream Dept. B27. u' exceptionally line, we would advise yon to try a l. 9D.UU No. 2 Stock Price per barrel THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL PHONES: Grocery Dept. 525., Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. COAL OIL HEATERS A great convenience :uui i-om- fort for these cool rtiui evenings. The oil heaters we sell are odorless and always in order. Prices from to MONARCH RANGES Always selected by those who want the finest that is made. In construction and operation the Motmrcu ex- cels anyiuing yon have ever seen. Come in and see them. Prices and WKATJ1KK MUNUrtCTUHHI or EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS High Grade DOMESTIC COAL by the ton or carload lots Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. o. 270 324 SIXTH ST. S. PHONE 58t Kdmonton, fair (i! lied Deer, clear 'X j Lethbridge, clear Winnipeg, fair......... 1 j Fine weatli'ar has prevailed through- I out prairie provinces ami tem- peratures have risen somewhat. Forecast. Allwrta: Northerly winds, becoming cooler. local showers. CITY AND DISTRICT Kev. C. H. Corcoran, of Kipp, is in the city today. E. K. Bent is a husinr-js visitor iu the chy today from Cliumpioii. H, Sereth. prejidvm of the Riverside Lumber Co.. is in town. 1 Dr. of Milk River, was i a business visitor to the ci-y yester-; day. .Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. AVooif, of Canl-! sion. are spending a few days iu the j city. ,j P. Bliick, of Billings, .Mont., and F. Collins, of Great Falls. .Mont., are in the city. Hon. A. J. McLean, provincial sec- retary, was in i lie city for a few hours yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Frost and Miss Marion Frost, were visitors in the city yestrarday. Among Montana visitors in the city today are Chas. B. March and D .B. Barber of Kalispcll. .1. Taylor, of I he Taylor Mills, spent par I of the day on a business; rXDtiR T11K TITLH "The Latest Thing In the the Ladies' Home Journal of this month gives prominence to Paper Doilies mid Cake Mais STOCK THESE from ij in. to H in, They arc savers iiml are attrac- A few 10c a doz.; cioz. for 25c MORDEN CASE ADJOURNED labor tive. 5 in., 7 in 15c a doz. straight 10 in 25c a-doz. straight Also 6 in.. 8 in., 9 in., 12 in., 13 in. and 14 in. KIRKHAMmOB J Phone in in to Hun. Tonig ;ht at eigtj o'clock in the La- bor Mall rhere will held, a special j meeting of the Trades and Labor j Council. The Lethbridge boy scouts will meet this evening at 7 o'clock sharp at. 1210 3rd avenue (Uedpath -street.) A full attendance is requested. The Arrow Liikes Orchards will conduct another excursion to their fruit lands on the Arrow Lakes on Tuesday next, Oct. 3rd. The parti- will visit the Nakusn fruit fair. Robert Long with his wife and child are expected to return from Ire- land tomorrow. They have bad an extended visit in the old land, hav- ng been away since .lune. j H-' J. Stu'iih, who for several months past has been working in and! about at his trade as car-[ Center, left yesterday for Calgary, f ivliere fie will take a position with umber firm. j Iv Akcd. chief ot the Massey-Har- ris extras department, passed through this div yesterday on route to Cards- ton. wlii-Ti1 he will coniim-iict' the aitr tiinin stocktaking for The company. (I. Gret'ii and Mr. Pike, travel- ler ioi the Koval Grain t'o., oi Cal- Xineiy-Scveii Thousand TTlGhVBOTHA.M PANY have COir- dispensed over prescriptions. have endeavored to set :i higj standard of excellence in our Dispensing Department to none in ilie province. "-n (4) qrad- uate chemists and permit no others to dispense. Wo still solicit your con- fidence and patron-age. Precautions Taken to vent Suicide by Brown M ordeu, .Man., Sept. Urown. the prisoner held here in con- nection with the abduclion of Miss Gladys Price, appeared imM'ore .Magis- trate Lake hero this' afternoon at three o'clock. After th-3 rending of. the charg1.-, Watson, acting! for the prc-jecii-.'ion, asked that the j hearing he mljourired for one week on account of advice which he hud j ree-enily received from the generaj's department. The magis- trate granted the ivijuost and direct- ed that the preliminary hearing take place on Monday next at thiee o'clock in the afternoon. The prisoner has now fully recovered from the effects of the poison which he took last Tuesday. Avj a social precaution an extra guard is now on duty at the court hons-3, and it is altogether un- likely that the prisoner will succeed in any further attempts to destroy himself. The Family .and Dtspenaini Chemists Mght and Day Telepbofto No. 4 322 Nleht Bfill on Front Door nuidc a business trip to Ma- BUSINESS LOCALS Call 6CC, the Lethbrirlge Messenger Service foe (juicic message and bag. gage delivery. Office 327 Round St. giaih aiitl Welling today looking ni- ter the rnttifsts of the Ellison Mills] An auction sale of Household Fur- there, inituix' will take place at the Labor C. A. Magrath left yesterday after-1 Tenv.ik- on Thursday, .Sept.. 28, at NEARLY CONTROL THE U.S. SENATE noon for the tho winter. KVat He ivhere he will spend v over last night at Taber, wpliere h-e was ban- f I netted by the Conservative Asfiocia- tion of that place. K is reported that Mr. Magrath will leave for Kngland in the spring to spend the summer. Clrmis, travel line; representative for the Kllison Milling and Kievator Co., spcnl. yesterday at Barnwcll looking after the company's interests then-. Threshing has been re-com- mon mi there in some cases a little loo soon, as much of the wheat is not yet sufficiently dried and is in danaer m healing in the bins. II. -I. Quinn, of .Milk River, is in the ritv ftjtiav and reports the farm- Anyone to furniture in (.his sale, will drop :i line to 3I-I 3rd street, or. call up phone 7'10.. AND DISTRICT Or. Amlerpon and H. .1. Qiiinn came np from .Milk liiver on tho local last night, and are spending the day in the city. i The Walters Stock On. will not piny Democrat Appointed from Five Behind Portland, .Me., Sept. Gardner, oi Kocklund, was appointed United States senator today to suc- ceed the late Senator William P. Jlr. Gardner was democratic candidate lor governor of Maine in IflOfi. Democrats Near Control Washington, Sen 1. appoint- neut of Obediali waitlner, oi Maine, .s democratic senator from a stale or many years a republican Hlrong- iold, will have a material effect on he vot ing strength in the senate, j The democrats, lacking but five votes j if a majority on anv matter, will ic- nearer fcr. control than at any time or A decade. The repnbMean representation 'will land at and the democrats at -12, here beini; one vacancy from Color- Jo. In the recent extra session the ft measures were put through the enale by alignment of progressive epunlicans with (lie democrats, and lid of even four of the pro- would enable the full demo- cratic strength to carry out its will on all issues. CHAMP CLARK HAS HOPES OF PRESIDENCY Hutchinson, Kas., Sept.. Clark, speaker of the house of repre- sentatives, in a speech'at the Kansas semi-centennial celebration daclnred his warm personal friendship Tor Pre- sident Taft, and spoke in the iat tho MajesJc theatre tonight and terms of bis administration He said next three nights as advertised, that the president had ere will no show until Saturday :ict of thicshinff. 'I'lie machines have iusl started up au'ain aitcf Ihe (ianip weatl.er ol Iusl week, and now there arc -six oiil (its in operation within at night, when "The Telephone Girl" is li-erc. All niemboiy of the 25th Battery Field Artillery having uniforms .in 'iiieir arc to kindly return same 10 I.ho Armory to- nfbht or Thursday niglit between the hour.'! or and 9 p.m. Last evening the fire department ten-mile radius of Milk River. There had a run to 7th street bctwutm Slh will In about four weeks' run in that land 7th avenues on an alarm rung i mmcdia i c vie-in i 1 y. in been use weeds pi let! perilously Thn People's Drni; Cou.'pain of Nor lit I.ethhridgc has set on foot, a movonicnt for the inauguration of a Innriini; library in llial section of Ihe city. XnniPS are now being re- reived of those wishing to become inemljors. nnil it is bolir-vrd that (lit: hooks will on hand and the lib- rary ready for operation about ihe Is! of November, This will (HI a loii'4 fell' wont ninotig the members of tin? rvailin? public of the city. near fire. a residenc The timely had been set on arrival of the bri- gade clieckwd any danger Ihnl, lit have ari-JC-n. John Kenny, who was eiilled to (ho city on itc-eount. of tnc recent, -trouble in ciiMioins (I-epartment, left this morning for the coast, where Iw linn hnen spending Ihe summer. Mr. Ken- ny is great ly reeuperated in 'health and expects to be abta to return to IiiK duties OK Inspector of ciwioms at an early tlatv more power than Knglnnd, and that the latter would ha tie to seek n new job if he vetoed bills as Hint as did President. Taft. He was introduced' to the audience ay "the next presi- and jocularly replied that he hop'od the prediction might he true. GRADED NO. ,1 NORTHERN At -Jilt! miles soi .McCarty of farm, six yesterday, Mr. McCarty Ihreah- cd 1800 bushels of spring wheat, Red r'ife, which has been graded a premium on Xo. 1. Part of I life. lmu been i'Vdy sold. By the nml of the week Air. McCarty 'expects he will have bushels threshed. Get Ready for WINTER Our slock is full, to over- flowing wil.li au abundance; of Winlor giirinoiUs. FALL OVHKCOA'I'S Smurt. tailored effects, newest styles, tho new mixed twueil uffuels boing very strong. Plain beaver coals, similar to cut shown, black silk Price, Shawl collar effects, plaid collar anil I'i'iccH, MISSES'CO ATS i'lain cloths and tweed Trices. 156 The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. CASH TALKS For Seven Days Only Shot Gnus 12 GAUGE Regular Price Sale .Price S8.00 118.00 625.00 Hunting; now now ..'____., .now :.........20c ___-.... Don't Miss This Opportunity- Your Last Chance. Arthur Hayr O t X ft so I sr 5 3rd Avenue South Assignee Try ROCHON'S for a nice DAINTY LITTLE LUNCH 25c 35c 4Oc SOc Ji you appreciate Cleanliness and Quality, phone the QUAKER BREAD Man. fs willing to "show no matter where you are GILMORE 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH Housekeepers' Favorites Cleaning ;iml Decorating Specialties That Von know, iiml That. i.'iin recoiiiiiiciul. LIQUID VENEER AND VERIBRITE. FOR FURNITURE AND WOODWORK. FLATTING FLOOR FINISH, AND LACQUERET FOR FINISHING FLOORS. WAXOIL FOR FLOOR POLISH ALABASTINE FOR WALLS The McKeown Hardware Co. LtA COItNER I AND 4TH AVE., I.ETHBRIOOE. ;