Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
VlUCt.BUt TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor BMt Day Hotel In ______ AHwrt. e Daily Herald WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel II the and Mott Conven- ient Place to Stay______ Heat at any time, anywhere, small cost, no trouble, no smell, elegant, comfortable. We have the best iu quality and iirlcfl. WE HAVE A WIDE SELECTION IN ALL KINDS OF STOVES RANGES, AND HEATERS C.W.GRAY (THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY) WATER GLASS DON'T DELAY ANOTHER DAY Get Lhose eggs preserved or nest month you'll be sorry that you put off for another day. One pound costing you 25c will preserve about dozen egsa for two years. Think of the sarinir when eggs are worth lac per dozen. These, preserved eggs are perfect in flavor and boiling Qualities. Remember where the stock The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. tLe lair sex. JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 It's A Pleasure To Carve Another Shipment of Italian Pnnu's in L'olb Peach Boxes, jusl Received. Quality Could not be any belter. Price could no( be any lower for such iYuit. Only 200 Cases, 'while they lijst, Special price per The pivserving: season. Is almost over for this Kalian Primes, IVars, Crab Apples mid Concord CJ 'TOKAY GRAPES, 61b baskets, each 75c. Price jmr CONCORD AND NIAGARA GRAPES, to arrive tonight, lii'iit shipment, per basket...... 50c. BANANAS, all extra line stock, but wo have ji IVw too many of them and they must bo sold right a way, Special per 30c. WATERMELONS, It milling III SlZO from to IStl) each. Spcc-tnl per 03c. MONTANA CRAB APPLES, we huve ii shiimient oi" these extra fine crab apples on the way and expect them in soon. Will quote prices on arrival. Q................................ yug- vcar ami in ft'ict'about all that hi left to preserve is nines. Hero is what we aro offering thU week. SWEET POTATOES, not too small, nor too largo, and all'sound. 1'rico -libs for...........25c. HUBBARD SQUASH. The old-fashioned kind, fine for pies; special per Ib...................04c. PIE PUMPKIN, iiico medium sized, only a lim- ited inuuiiity, special per Ib............. 04c. DRY ONIONS, Washington stock, extra flue (lual- ity, look almost like Spanish onions, Special Slb's. for 25c- PEARS, Flemish Beauties, a shipment just in; 40 cases. 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 ------PHONES------ Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. Get The Best For The Least Money When you require NOTE PAPER you litld our stock the largest and best assorted. Carryins papsrs in 3 quire boxes, potmd packages, papetenes and tablets. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK PHONE 1265 Agents for Empire and Underwood Typewriters WEAT11EIS .03! Lclhbi'idae, cloujy Edmonton, deal Red Doer, fair Coronation, clear Medicine Hat, rain Maclcod Estevaii, cloudy Winnipeg, fair Port Arthur, cloudy Nelson Grand Forks.......... Vegreville, foggy Calgary, cloudy Brooks, raiii Saskatoon, snow Swift Current, clear Regina, cloudy ICamlobps, fair Politician Cool weather lias continued through- out the prairie provinces, and there j has not been much change in temper- j ature. It has been mostly fair in all j districts, but this morning light rains j and snow and a little hail are report- ed in parts of Southern Alberta and Northern Saskatchewan. FORECAST All today and on .Saturday, with much the sanrf temperature. I 43 49 58 63 Our Prescription Department Is Not A Social Club We especially invite ladies to dtal at our store for we allow no loafing of any kind. Xo 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 tiat any lady desires to do. We especially invite the patronage of CITY AND DISTRICT Steamship Arrivals The White Star liner Teutonic was reported today'170 east of Cape j Race, according to advices received by j the local agent, .Mr. S. R Mitchell. It will be due at Quebec on .Saturday morning, and nt Montreal" in the ev- ening. Western, passengers should reach Lethbridge on Thursday at 3.50 a.m. Free A case for car tickets Given Free with every purchase ol' 25c or over OIL SATURDAY is a genuine leather case and is very con- venient for car tickets and stamps. The Red Gross Drug Book Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT Mr. Henderson Honored AV. A. Henderson, C.A., senior ner of W. A. Henderson Co., city auditors, has been honored 'with the presidency of the Dominion Associa- tion of Chartered Accountants. Mr. Henderson lias devoted much of his time and. intent 'to the cause of ac- countancy in the West. A Unique Exhibit The Dry-Farming Congress has re- ceived word thai Mrs. M. J. Weasels, the artistic decorator of the Spok- ane Chamber of Commerce, will at- lend iue congress next month, bring- ing with her a portrait of Princess Spokane, done in grains and grasses. This exhibit will be unique, and will be shown afterwards at the Minneapo- lis Land Show hi November. Visitor Likes Our City Phil Weinberg and Mrs. of Cologne, Germany, are at present visiting in the city and are greatly im-j pressed with this section of the coun- try. Mr. Weinherg -thinks this is a youns man's country, and it is just possible he may decide to remain here. Mr. and Mrs. Wcinberg are visit ing Dr. and Mrs. Watson at the Quar- antine station. one of our joints of choice meat is so tender and juicy, so sweet sail appetizing. Our beef mutton, lamb, veal and pork are all of the linest Quality and give the greatest satisfaction to all who try them. They are dressed so as to avoid alJ un- necessary consequently a joint from us is an economical one. G. A. DeJany Good Bye, Boys! The city is poorer in population by three, as :i result of the police court proceedings this morning. Three d. and d. candidates lined up for inspec- tion, and were told that tlvere was plenty of work in the harvest fields where the temptation to imbibe was not so strong, ao were given 'three hours tc say goodbye to Lcthbridge. A Fire Water Encounter With 'whisky bottles lor clubs. John Plenty ot water today. Our EUggesupn is that you use a little of with it 10 cents the cake 3 for 25c J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 For quick baggage service, piione Rex Cigar II. E. Browning, jrinno tuner with Mason Ilisch, Ltd., phone 7S1. 200-0 Phone 661; the Messenger Service tor prq.npt message and liaggage delivery. A few special good bargains in Off to Big Convention Superintendent Fail-field, of the perin-cntal Farm, left this morning, for Salt Lake City, where be will at- tend the'National Irrigation Congress aa a delegate from the Western Can- ada Irrigation Association. .Mr. Fair- field will do some missionary 'work for the Congress while away, and will al- so make it his 'business to invile as many delegates as possible to attend the Irrigation convention to >be held here nest year. He will be absent about a week. SATURDAY NIGHT Ernss Extension Rods, will extend to 5-i in. 3 for 25 C yards colored Madras, al I. I ho latest pat- terns, 30 inches wide 10c Pci% Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers Use "Verlbrlte" to Clean Old Furniture 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 625 Staffordville Notes Todd met with an accident at the No. 3 collieries, in having his arm broken. The people of Gali street ai'e 'busy moving back their houses off the street, 'making preparations for the water mains. Births have been numerous this week in Staffordville, baby boys hav- ing come to brighten the homes of Mr, and Mrs. D. Hart, and Mrs. Geo. Williams and 5Ir. and Mrs. George George. r The Car Service Business men engaged in the down town district would likp. very much those in charge of the street car system chuld make some arrange- ment, whereby cars going north, south and cast could he scheduled so as 10 leave the corner of Fifth, street and Third avenue every day except! Sunday, at 12.05. This would allow j everyone to go hom-a for lunch, and would add greatly to the street car revenue. The cars could again make the return trip to the centre of the city, leaving their various starting points at 12.55. 'which would bring everybody back in good tim-a for ness. The Herald thinks t.Im sugges- J tion an excellent one, and there is no doubt whatever that it would prove very popular and successful. As mat- ters stand now hundreds of people do not go homo for lunch because it is too far away, and they cannot get a car at the proper moment. There is also some criticism of cars not stop- ping at crossings. People don't care about wading through gumbo clay to board a street car. CAUSED BY HEART FAILURE 11 IIP (ii D LI iuii two men were arresKil. 1 hey ,.atcs aro peared before Magistrate Hentli-y this I nmidrcila of morning, charged (iijireii in this district. Ingram's Toilet Preparations Wo have a complete stock of tho known lugramV Toilet Preparations Ingrain's-Milkweed Fane Cream (two InsramV Milk- weed Cream Soap; Ingrain's Zodent.i Tooth .Paste; Ingrain's Y.a- denta Tooth Powder; Ingr.im'a Velvtola Face Powder; l.isram's Mabella and Meadow Sweet two delightfully t-w.H-l odors. KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OLIVER BLOCK DISPENSING CHEMISTS PHONE 1487 man hers when C. P. It. i liit. Frvi-r anpcaml" on i Thuri: is a trememloiis demand tor ,ho scene. He tho! .the Cru district, and the high- two men were arrest-oil. 1 hex- offered for )f men are re- Walker was 1101 reeling well after his Special attention given out-of- so did noi appear against i lown orders. The Crow.il ClcaTitaK tlienl. The v.ere m-.-orfiine'.y .e i ins to your own p'lans in a good neigli- hoi-hood for a amall cash payment and on easy monthly inst.ilme-.its. 1'nil paaiculars. T. fO. Patteson. 11 Pernie, Sept. imjuest into the cause of the deasth of Wal- ters, which occurred in the mines at. Coal Creek last Friday morning, has taking evidence for a day orj two. The jury has jnet brought in a j verdict of death from heart accelerated by shock from an acei- j dent in the mines. There were three funerals on Sun- day, all of men who loat. their lives' by accident. William who I was rim down by an engine in the j M. F. M. yards a week before: Hen-; ry Walters, who died from hijnvivs, from a cave-in at the mines, anil H.; Moiirnioth. a foreigner, killed at the! Fernie Lumber Co.'s mill. Itain ponr-j Rd down in torrents all day, prevent- ing a turn-out. HORSE STUNG TO DEATH man.k-d r.nl.1 tomorrow n.n.fifVu. To Benefit Toiler The railway dflmm nounces Uiat in future the Stafford Hlocii, r.eluin North I.ethliritigvj car in tlio monmis. which leaves tiif terminus at 6. n ill! Won't Lpnd, Now j leave at. fi.35. ao.tli.it it will atrive at! Dr. Xonrsc, of Galesbnrg, 111., is the Hudson's Ray oorner ai Thisj ihe fily today. He iri the owner op will sire employoi-s in tho business j come land In tho'.Vnleuin district, district plpnty of tlnw to RCI to their; which lie citmc l.o to dispose plares of busiuess iiefiire seven o'-, or. During the week he lias been clock. The management luis also travelling all oce-r the south, unit on cided to discontinue tho early morn-! hip return to the city, said that he ing car, which arrived at the dopot at 5.55 to catch tho Spoliano Flyer, as the business docs not vnrrant the ex- pense. would not sell the land for any consid- eration. 'He considers it superior to plenty of Illinois farm land, which is hold at ?230 pnr Animal Was so Securely Tied it Could Not Break Loose j Philadelphia, Sept. suing to death a horse belonging to Amos Flaud, near Lancaster, Poun.. today, when the animal was so securely tiod th.'it it could not, break loose. Fland, a farmer, droves to tho farm of C. M. ITinhle and tied tlie horse to fence near a hundred of boos ho was holphip raiso a barn, iidg of bees attacked the ani- nsil, and 'when the fanner discovered horso its head was black with a and many had crawled into trils. ten mlnutvs swelling shut the horse's wind, and it died. HORSES THAT WORK FOR A LIVING like humans In the same situation give better continuous and satis- factory service when well "well" covering quality as well aa qua-ntity. It' will pay you lo get your horse, cattle and poultry ra- tions from Hunrahans' headquar- ters, for yoiir army of dumb ser- vitors will 'light your battles all the better, and thrive the more en the provisions suunly. J. C. Hanralian Phone 349 Athletic Park The Range There is only one best. The range that's built 011 honor, of the best; materials. Known the world over as a perfect baker. Always uniform, airtight oven, lined throughout with asbestos. Saves half your fuel bill. The Great The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER 5th ST. AND 1th AVE. LETHBRIDGE HF A T IT A 1 LARGEST ASSORT- MENT TEE CITY O PRICES L-DW. QUALITY THE BEST PROMPT' DELIVERY DON'T FORGET MAY WIN YOU A STOVE THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endless Canvas Belts; Leather Belting; Rubber Belting; Lace Leather. Penberthy Injectors, Lubricators, Oil and Grease Cups GARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES Largo Stock Immediate Shipment Agents for Canadian Fairbanks-Mcrse Oil Tractors, Gasolino Engines. Etc. Orders from THE TRADE especially solicited J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 755 and 1755 Lethbrldge, Alta. Ave. S.