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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta rait TO ALL THAINi Hrtel WlndMr HJf Oiy Hotel In Herald WHEN IN LKTMMIDM The Dallas I. In. Swt ind Mod Convtrv lent Plata t. Stay 4- -t. We are proud of our RANGES AND HEATING STOVES and our reason for being so proud is because our stoves and ranges give such universal sat- Long years of handling stoves lias shown us the best styles and makes, and yon gain by this .expert knowledge when you buy one -of our stoves. You run no risk. We them all. Annapolis Valley Gravenstein Apples nro exceptionally Hue flavored, so tlilTerenl from ordinary apples yon have been in the habit of gelling. The Annapolis Valley ill Scolhi is known all over lo be (lie finest apple district in Anier- iea. have jnsi unloaded a car ol'lhese fine apples and if you want something exceptionally fine we would advise yon to try a, barrel. No. 1 Stock Price per barrel PHONES: Grocery Dept. 525. Wholesale De'pt. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. No. 2 Stock Price barrel THE GOOD COMPANY PHONES: HIGH CLASS GROCERS Grocery Dept. 525.- ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFF.CT10NERV Wholesale Dept. 1271. WHOLESALE RETAIL Ice Cream Dept. 627. HEATING STOVES Our lien ting stoves are all opened tip and ready for your inspection. It is wise to have a look over the new lines and select yours now.. Prices to STEWART RANGES are without exception the best ranges at the prices sold anywhere. They cook and bake perfectly, are easy on fuel. to COAL OIL HEATERS A great convenience and coin- fort for inosc cool morn hiss Uiul ovenhiKS... Tiiu oil WEATHER and always in order. Prices from to S3 MONARCH RANGES Always selected those who want the finest ihiit te niarte. In cousiructioti and operation the Monarch ex- cels anything yon have ever seen. Come in jinil see Lhoui. Prices and 575 Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. 733 P. O. Box 87J Glut Sciclat Attention Mall Order. "The Value of Pure Drugs and the Necessary .Experience'to: Compounding The value of Medicine lies between the purity and of the drugs and the method aud 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 rignr. Bring all your prescriptions here to Co filled. ALBERTA DRUG GO. SPECIALISTS. A. B..R1PLEY, PHONE 772 S A COUGH SYRUP THAT IS DLFJFEEENT Johnston's Pectoral Balsam differs from tho ordinary svrup in that it-has a very soothing effect, yet it contains no opiates. There is no ingredient in JOHNSTON'S PECTORAL BALSAM that is injurious. It contains pure, wholesome, strength giving and health bringing drugs, Will not injure the delicate lining of the most sensitive thrpat, Taken according to directions it quickly sooths your throat and cases the cough, aids expectoration, and removes the dull heavy feeling. Prepared oil our premises. Price 5Qc'a Settle JACKSON St COPE BLOCK. PRESCRIPTION DRUQGItTt Sueutiori So JOHNSTON A JACKSON. PHONE 1231 MANUFACTURER! OF EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS High Grade DOMESTIC COAL by the ton or carload lots Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. f. O. BOX 270 J24 SIXTH ST. S- PHONE; sai .03 j OFFICE DIARIES FOR 1912 Our stock is now in and comprises all sixes. Select your Diaries early. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK. riHST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 1281 AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS (.'iils-irv, dumly U'liiiM-idm-. i'air Swift Cm i cut. fair Winnipeg, raininj: .10 Port Arthur, clear....... 52 21 Nelson lif, II .is Forks liii in .07 weather in Manitoba has turn- ed cooler ami rain lias fallen at sev- eral points. Fat (her west it has hmi fair not mticu change in tempera i u ui. FORKC'AST Manitoba-fool anil SllOWl'lT. Saskatchewan Fair, jniK'h ehaniu1 in temperature' CITY AND DISTRICT The annual supper of Wesley church will lie held Monday, Oeloher 12 [rum 6.30 lo S o'clock. Everybody i R. V. Gibbon returned this morn- ing from a short trip to Winnipeg, where he spent a lew days on busi- ness. Mr. and Mrs. Waterman of Van- couver, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Medea of IMaml, and Mr. and Mrs. W. Morlock of Hassano, are among ilie visitors in Ihe city; W. Martin, inspector oi Domiii- i ion Lund agencies, arrived io the citv this inornint; on his regular lour of inspection. Jlr. Martin was formerly Dominion Lands agent at this noint. Tne council of the Board of Trade will hold its regular weekly meeting ihis evening in the Chinook Club. The president wishes as many; q'i the members of the Hoard as possible to attend. One of the arc lighting circuits, I went out of business for a while last j night, leaving part of the city in j darkness. It was caused by a line' trouble which will be repaired today. H. M. Weller, of Hie Maclcod dis- trict, was a business visitor in the city yesterday. Me stated that threshing operations .had commenced in lhat vicinily yields quite satisfactory. Calgary visitors, business and friendly, to the city arc K. C. Werley, Pelric, .1. A. .Tones, F. W. Manly, E. M. Carson, G. Pnb- ton, A. W. MaGuirc, F. C. Choose, I. W. Mai tin and P. Hums. While working on the ditches for the Military sewer system in--North Lellmridge yesterday afternoon, one of the men uncovered what is suppos- ed 10 be part of the skeleton of an Indian: The'bones' were very old and crun.'hled as soon as they came 'in' com act the air. On account of a misunderstands Paper Doilies and Cake Mais the you IIMVO IIOCMI nskiii.u1 for All sizes from ji inch lo 1-t inch. use under soup bowls or finger bowls. Under flower pots, jardiu- iers. etc. Take Ihe jilnce of napkins on n nlate. They are popular. Prices dozen I'oc 2-n: 'TO 40c a dozen. BEE OUR WINDOWS K1RKHAN 3l5.SixtbSt CITY AND DISTJUCT Get Ready for WINTE R Our slock is 1'ulljjio over- flowing will) an abundance of gurmeiils. LAIM INSTALL OVERCOATS Suuirt. tailored effects, newest tho now mixed i.wued- olTects being very strong. Plain bcnver coats, similar to cm sMinvn, black silk I Ninety-Seven v Tliousimd. Company have dispensed over prescriptiohs: Wi- have endeavored to set a high standard of excellence (n our Dispensing .Department which is "second to none in the province. We employ four (4) GRAD- UATE CHEMISTS, and per. mit-no othen to-dispense. We still solicit your con- fidence and p'atrotiage. The Store Ha.lt] CtemlaU Night and Day Telepbofia I '822 Night Bell on Front Dooi B DSJNESS LOCALS Up-to-date repair department, The Foot Toggery. 243-n Regular Mop of the Friday Evening evening. .1 linker, plant manager oi the Provincial Governmenl Telephone Sysli-m, is in the city loilay from Calvary. Visitors from the Stales in the citj and district are: W. II. Hreed-j ing j( Spokane, .1. C. Keed of and Pick of Sf. Paul. i.j 0. W. Green, of the Hllison spent a greater part of today at Ma-1 ii-ath and Welling. Me staled that' ithe outlook in the present grain eiopj [was somewhat brighter and the farm-! more optimistic than ionnerlv as ja result uf the continued drying! j weather of the past few days. The j newly threshed wheat continues tu1 ji'iMi-.e in slowly, but as yet no very j 'treat amount has heen stored. i Conditions are siill active in arehouse section of the city. The I i Lelhhridge-Weyliurn Co. today uii-j; loaded a car of- wagons and grain j boxes the Rogers-Cunningham I'o. I are unloading a car of Tahcr coal. J The demand for twine is still and fairest machine repairs are com- If ing in for large share of attention, j forming a large portion of daily Or- 1 ders sent into each company. I T. Quimi made a business trip to i Magrr.th yesterday where he was cm- j ployed in the act of installing an engin--. In conversation with the Herald this irorning lie staled thai 1 1 a considerable amount of cutting still' i remained to be done in that district. Threshing is well under way, but he j J believedsonie of the outfits ivereli slightly handicapped by scarcily of hands. With the completion of har- vest operations, however, it is thought, that threshing outfits will be thoroughly ecpiippeil with help for autumn work M. P. flardiner, who owns a hun- dred acres of land cast of the city, in speaking lo the Her- ald, lliis morning gave an interesting account of his large vegetable crop this season. lie stated that he had twenty-three acres of turnips that would yield at least ten tons to the j icrc at a minimum price of fifteen dollirs pel ton He also has about fhiiu oi potatoes from which I ho lApiUb to mip i harvest of at i least one hundred and fifty bushels I Per acre. Mr. Gardiner expects In j have his crop all safely harvested by! November 1st, whereupon he will j move across the border and spend the winter in Florida. I. Taylor, manager of the Taylor Mills, made a business trip through j the district south of Stirling yestcr-T Shawl colla Price. effects, yluid collar Prices, !jil7.50, S'CO ATS Plain cloths and tweed Prices, 156 The Behdey Co'y. Ltd. CASH TALKS C I3-0 to a I least eighty bushels in that pnn.icular instance, and it is general-! ly conradc-d (lie oatcrop this' OTHER PEOPLE'S OPINIONS OF QUAKER BREAD An OUL- of town customer writes us "Very fine bread.T V. "Name on Application." opinion T.'ill be the same if you let us leave you a sample loaf. Plione 1027, THE BAKER GILMORE season is a very good one. SIR MAX TALKS .OF CANADIAN LOYALTY connecuoi eli'lers for I he o he. installed lliere. Mr. McArthur !11S Avu., south. Duff will go lo Cnrdslon soon to look af- ter the progress of Hie work .being ilfme on Ihe gravily walcr system for lhat town. Yesterday A. K. llupipliries, imini- gration ngfiit here, deported a young fellotf hy thy name of was arrcsled bytlie-city police some time ago on a charge of vagrancy. He was jtjvcn a shorl jail term anil mi his release Ihe immigration depart- ment sent him back to Ihe Stales. An undesirable negro, .John will also ilavs. deported within iddition., S'12-3 CITY AND DISTRICT II. from iirney A: Company of this eeured a contract Ihis he lovvn oi Carmangay. for a imping station and a sleel water lank and lou.f'r. Work on Ihe new waler and elcclric lighl plant be commenced im- aiid .completed this 'fall, which upon completion- will give this lown up lo date and cru- ililablc wafer and light systems. I.ondon, Max Aitken, Sept. 2S._Si -rasinB his constituents, said that Pnsid'ant. Tuft, who was an ally of the Liberal government, had declared 'that Canaila WHS at. she part. ing of the ways, but the stalwart champions- of the Mmplro in Canada Had held high tho standard of Urlt- aln. Tho cunning and Ercerl of Die Canadian's southern neighbor wore strong but Canadian' loyally was ntroniser. Canada had saved the em- nlra by her eiamiilB. She gave prernrcnce in her market and was prspared to give us further advan- tages in Ihelr markols. "In the policy of declared Sir .Max, "is Ihe only salvation of British trade. T.ot us send Canada a message of united empire." 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH The city of Colgnry is ordering ooO.OOl) of coal, which K will re- tail to at a small profit. taileepgrs' Favorites Cleaning SpccialticH That Yon know, iiiul That ciin LIQUID VENEER AND VERIBRITE. FOR FURNITURE AND WOODWORK. -FLATTINE FLOOR FINISH, AND LACOUERET FOR FINISHING) FLOORS. WAXOIL FOR FLOOR POLISH. ALABASTINE FOR WALLS The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd CORNER 5TH ST. AND 4TH LETHBRIOOE. ;