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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TO ALL Windsor J III -f The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHKN IN LITHVWIDM The DnlUi Hotel BM( mil Convtic Plact to i We are proud of our RANGES AND HEATING STOVES and our reason for lieing so proud is because our stoves give such universal snl- .ii'aetion. Long years of.handling stoves has shown .us the and'makes, ami you gnin by this expert knowledge when .you buy one of our stoves. You run no risk. Wo guarantee them all. HEATING STOVES Our heating stoves iirc all opened up and ready for your inspection. It Is wise to hflve a look over the new lines and select yours now. Prices to STEWART RANGES are without exception the nest ranges at the prices sold anywhere. They cook and bake perfectly. are easy on fuel. to HEATERS A great convenience and com- fort for these cool inornlnss and evenings: The oil heaters we sell are odorless and always iu order. Prices from to MONARCH RANGES Always selected by those who want the finest that is made. In construction and operation the Monarch ex- cels anything you have ever seen. Come in and see them. Prices and Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. P. O, Box Mall OFFICE DIARIES FOR 1912 Our stock is now. in and comprises all sixes. Select your Diaries early. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS The Value of Pure Drugs and the Necessary I Experience in .Compounding The value of Medicine lies between the purity and pow- er of the drugs and the method aud manner o? their compounding. The drugs we offer arc strictly of the highest class. Our training, and equipment assure that all medicines will bo com- pounded rigni. Bring all your prescriptions here to be filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B, fllPLEY, MANAGglL PHONE 772 A Pound of Paper Writing stationery, suitable for correspond- ence. This is not wrapping paper in a fancy box at a bargain price, but genuine, high grade, superior-quality stationery bought for.our discriminating that will please you and meet your most exacting requirements. If you want a nice, individual, pleas- ing correspondence paper, buy a pound of this. SPECIAL LINEN'' 35 CENTS A POUND. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Sueeeuora X JOHNSTON JACKSON. HEMLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 12M. EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS Engineers Notice ENGINE SUPPLIES. PIPE COVERING. FLUE LININGS. LEATHER BELTING. CYLINDER OILS. LUBRICATING OILS. PACKING. WASTE. PIPE CEM.ENT. STEAM AND'HYDRAUUC BOILER COMPOUND. IN STOCK- Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd, O. iOX 270 324 SIXTH ST. 8. A Tempting List to choose from at very reasonable prices FRESH FRUITS FRESH VEGETADLES CORD HhlimiiMH GGREEN CORN-.Now am! tender. 1'riro ....i.. UlllZ ni.r ilii-yctl _........................WWW FRESH FRUITS CONCORD sblpliUMH I'rico per basket TOKAY Priec per basket Illni! and srcon. Price basket Fords. Price each stodi. 2 Ibsj. for CHOICE CREAMERY brand. Fresslv made. Price per Hi................................. NEW LAID per dozen 40c 75c 35c ..25c Knefhill FRESH VEGETADLES GGREEN am! lender. pur iluxon liloaolifil and erlBli. 2 Ills, for f.WEET fine wlion baked. 1-2 Iba. for ..................C3C RIPE solid mid I'lllu. 9Cfk Price IbK. lor......................... faw-rf i'aiicy (Ice-ovations. Fine Austrinn China, good senaiblo' handles. Friday'and Saturday, price a CITY AND DISTRICT Regular ?3.00 values. They are all ready for you. I dozen in a nacliajje. garj. ,J. K. Baxter, an expert shoe-litter from Spokane, has arrived in the U'iiy, and lias joined tin; staff of the I W. -I. Nelson Co. at the Knot Tog-j fie ry. The Y.M C.A. rpcuption at the "V" this evening is an excellent opportun- ity lo j-t't acquainted. Everybody is welcome. R. McKuiiitin, manager.of_ the Dun- lop' Tire and Rubber Goods' Cq., of Calgary, is a business visitor in ,the city this week. C. II. Kenv Oi tlie firm oi Wilkje Kerf, left yesterday afternoon for a few days' business in connection with sohw land deals in tlie "city -uf Tlie school teachers and the mem- bers of the young people's societies of the city arc especially invited lo the reception being given by the Y. All'.A. directors at the building to- night, although it is open to the! public who are. cordially invited. the visitors in the city to- day are: Mr. and Mrs. .1. Harper 1'rowse oi Taber, .Mr. ami Mrs. A. -I.; J .Ml'Coo! of New Michel, Mr. and Mrs. !C. V. llermcrr, oi Nelson, C.. and jMrs. u N. llarhefce, formerly of this city, and Mrs. .1. MacDonahl, both oi iMaeleod. SMALL INCREASE OF THE MAJORITY The returns from the polling subbdi- visions are coming in slowly, most of those not heard from beiriK north of the Red Deer River. This morning- the report of NTu. Wooichester, gave Ituciianau 5, ilagmth 16; and No-.lJiJ, Alsaslt. gave Buclmnan ol, a net iiicrease oC of 7, makjng it. 11SJI The official count by the returning officer has been de- layed a week on account of the delaj' in getting the ballot boxes in from tiie district polls. W. L. Kierby, local niannirnr oi the Lei hhridge brnncli of tliu l.ussier Co., .is at iiresent i spending a days nil a busiiu'st: I (.trip to Medicine lint. R. ..I. Snullson, journalist from Win- nipeg, is spending a few. days in this city and material for publication in imp ol' the leading innsnzinL'S. Mr. Snellson will visit Cardston today. IT. Galvin, of the firm .of Galvin Ilatfield, it-ft on Wednesday of this for Pinchcr. City, wliere he is spending u few days in locating the new branch of the-Merchants Hank that is opening up that town. The company will move inlo new quarters in the CYmylH-ari! block tomorrow, as iCO. LIMITED Family Dispensing Chemists REX ALL CHEKEY BABK 'COUGH tlie Xolhing ]iut pilvc i no1 red ion ts usotl. to (lie la.slc and pnnnpl iu acliou. 2oc For Siilo A I The Kcxall Store YEARS FOR A MEAN SCAMP BUSINESS LOCALS will also the R. V. Gibbons Co. T. M. Huff, of this city, leaves to- morrow night for New Rockford, N. j repair 'department, The Foot Toggery. 243-0 Hop of (he Friday Evening Club ttiis evening. CiaskeD's orchestra. 3-14-1 Phone Jimmie Thompson for bag- gage transfer, light freighting, or r, 1 moving-van. Phone 652, office W. -J. D., -vhcr, he will spend somo time in j Co ,s store annual supper oi Wesley church ookmg aitcr his farming interests I of here. Ae e.pec s to do some I.eth- win 2 fro bndge and v.cimty, advertising while 5 ao there, and OH his return expects to he _________ _____ LOII1L. J-l'l-. Sask., Sept. Seven years' liani lalior was tlu; stiR sen- tence liattded out this afternoon in j (ho supreini! court liy .histico .lolin- son, in UIL'' case ol" Clarence T. West, charged with four counts of obtaining money under falscv jirelcnc'es.. West was of that class which preys upon the unwary on railway trains. His methods were the old short chaagc same in reality, but on a fairly nig scale. West invariably approached stranccrs on trains asking them for big I ills in return for small, with the excuse that he wanted to send money in ,1 letter- He carefully counted out sums in roll money, and then li.v quick work left the victim with but a few dollars. In the first count West asked a traveller .for S50 in big bills, and in return for small he first secured the biK bills, and in return counted in dollar hills, four one and half dollars. While the victim was searching for one of the, half dollars which West let Fall on Ihc fioor West placed four ones in his hand and made his escape, -jumping from the train. In the other cases his methods were much the same and Ihc amounts varied but little. accompanied by several prospective locators in this district. Yi'Slcnlay party of capitalists from Sterling, III., passed through this city en route for the northern cities and the Peace Uiver country. They weu: favorably impressed with I.elhbi'idge ami vicinity, and com- menied at .some length upon the won- The Knot Toggery calls for repairs. Phone 1335. 2-13-0 Call GG6, the Lcth'bridge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- gage delivery. Office 327 Round St. Private sale, household goods; in- cluding, carpels, rugs, parlor ture, piano, flat-top desk. furni- Apply. .lerml o( Southern .Mtorla r'ucsdav anil and Us thriving towns and cities. OIH..AVO., Dull adrtilion.' 11. Driggs, of Grassy Lake, ar-I rivp'l jn Ihc cil.y yrstc'rilay on husi-1 BRYAN BLAMES CHAMP CLARK FOR ELECTION RESULT Lincoln. Nob., Sept. Jennings Bryan regrets the defeat of Ih-e laelproclty part and in paper Iho Commoner, he writes very point- edly as follows: "Speaker Clark's declaration in fa- i vor of anirexation was an indiscreet utterance for ona occupying n posi- tion of authority and had much to do with the became of the use made of it." ness in connection with his office as returning oflicer To ihc I the Ilerald recent Mr. Origgs staled that the bad weather immedi- made it ately following Hie eirclion impossible lo ail the ballot hoses Into his oflicc yesterday for the 'saiiJtacUon.''' i'i Mil count, and ha.l Ihcrpforo been Commission very moderate. compelled to postpone 'the olhcial count, until ne.vt Thursday. The ey- tremc of this constituency !las been the cause of a j-real deal of troubk in this election, and tiie offi- cials in eh.irgp have had in meet ninny difficult problems. j Thr- auction sale at the Labor Tem- ple yesterday, conducted by G'.is Nei- di_n, the dldrst. auctioneer, in tlic was a hie; success, and was sat-" isiaetory to buyer and seller alike. Mr. is open for engagements lo "oiidiK't. sales either large or small Phone iinmission very CITY 1.USTHTCT The regular, monthly of Typographical 'Union 55.1 will tie. held in the liatior Temple, Satur- day evening, 7..10 GRAHAM TO TAKE LAURIER'S SEAT quclioc, Sept. IB re- ported here .thai Sir Wllfriil Laurier will resign scat In Quebec Hast, and sit for SoulariBes, and also thai. Hon. HBorgo (irabam will take' bis place as menilrer for Qus- bee ICast. a, The Beatley Co'yJLtd. Novelty Dress Goods For Evening Eolienne, Voiles, etc., ana many other lines Price to Velvets and Velveteens All shades Velveteen, per yard 65c Special black dress Velvet, Trimmed All-Overs Novelty Neckwear in new Beaded Effects Let us quote you a price on that FALL DRESS CO AS