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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor 11.25 a Day Hotel In Albert. Daily Herald WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE Tho Hold U the Best and Moat Conven- ient Place to Stay Thai are different in quality, price and sal- isi'aciion. Call and see our assortment. C. W. GRAY (THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY) SPECIAL NOTICE! AI'K'I' lodny; Saturday, 'i'S, our Ico Civarn in the Hill Block on Fourth A von no .South wj.ll lie- closed uml no more orders Tor U-o Cream will be filled tills your. We wish io (hank our many patrons for their liberal imtrumiKe and hono by the Sunns of 1918 to agttlu be running an Ice Croiim Huritne.js in Lctlibridge. A Few of Our Specials for Today APPLES, WASHINGTON OIIP and stock all frmcy and No. 1 Price per oOlh case.................... APPLES, GRAVENSTEINS; the lines! all round apple ut this time of the year; price per 50H> llret CONCORD AND NIAGARA The .shipment this season, line flavor and iu condition; per banket 50c. RED ROGERS Sweeter than Concords. You, will like these, per basket 60o. TOKAY GRAPES, per banket 75c. case ITALIAN PRUNES, extra large boxes; special BANANAS, Special today only 30c PIT box 90C. SWEET POTATOES. -1 Ibs for 25c. -----PHONES- Groccry Dcpt. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM, FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PHONES------ Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. WEATHER Lethbridge, clear -Mmonton, clear..... led Uaer, clear...... Calgary, cloudy Mucfcod, clear........ Medicine Hat, clear Prince Albert, cloudy Reglna. fair Braiidbu, fair Get The Best For The Least Money When you require NOTE PAPER you will ami our stock the Israeli ami btrst assorted. Carrying papers in f> quire boxes, pound packages, papeteries and ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK PHONE 1265 Agents for Empire and Underwood Typewriters Winnipeg, clear Kamloops, clear Penticton Lloyd minster, clear Coronation clear... Brooks, clear Saskatoon, fair Moose -law. clear i Port Arthur, cloudy Nelson, Gniiidforks............ i" Some ruin ami in some cases light j snov." liii-o I'alk-u at many places hi Manitoba and in eastern Saskatche- wan. Farther west the weather lias been mostly fair, but In all districts quite cool. west, fair and con- tinued decidedly cool today and on Sunday. WATER GLASS DON'T DELAY ANOTHER DAY Gvi those eggs preserved or next month you'll be sorry that you pur off for another day. One pound costing you 25c will preserve about six dozen eggs for two years. Think of the saving: when eggs are worth Toe per dozen. These preserved eggs are perfect in flavor and boiling- qualities. Remember where the stock The Frank Hedley Drug Go. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. CITY AND DLSTKICT Salvation Army Services The Salvation Army will hold ser- vices at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. tomor- row in the Bijou Theatre. St. Andrews Church Meeting A congregational meeting of St. And- j rew's church, North Ward, will be held I in the church auditorium on .Monday evening at S o'clock to cu-nsider the pulpit vacancy. He Didn't Know Bert Hortoii, charged with horse stealing told his story in court today, fie pleaded ignorance of the fact that the horses he drove to Yetwood were stolen. the WorU'ii Market Thousands of drugs, medicines, preparations of various kinds are constantly carried in stock by us. From the world's market comes this great variety of health helps, medicines and household conveniences. If you want to buy a ihing that is unusual or a remedy that is rare, come to our store. We carry many things not ordinarily found in the average pharmacy. JACKSON CO. Joins Mac I cod Firm J. C. Brokovski has been admitted to partnership in the well-known firm of Campbell Fawceu, at Macleod. I which will hereafter tw known as I Campbell, Fawcett Brokovski. Sunday Hours Please Note Cliango To better servo bur custom- ers and friends we have ar- ranged the Sunday hours as follows: Momma-. .10 to 11 Evening 8 to 9 The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT Have Started Work Work has commenced this morniii on the substation for thy Canada West- ern Natural Gas, Light, Heat Power Co. The company is building a large controlling and dialrlbuiluiv station on Dominion Syimre, on property pur- chased from Mitfonl Co. Phone 555 PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 J Dissolved Partnership j Robert Hearne, Harry Hearne, and Albert Linsarel, of the Success Meat j Market have dissolved partnership, j and in future the business will he con- ducted by Hearne liros. Rev. Chas. Bishop Will Preach i In the absence of Rev. T. P. Perry the Rev. Charles Bishop of Coaldale I will preach in Wesley church tomor- row at both services. Jack Spratt and His Famous Wife Appointed a Judge II. Fairfleld, chairman of the Jury of Awards for the Congress Ex- j position lius appointed F .H. Reed of f the Saskatchewan department of agri- culture as one of the judgt-s in the grain and seed section. could never disagree over our Kill ItoasL They would both like the fat. and the lean of it tender, sweel and juicy. They would eat both, also in our .Mutton and Lamb, and they would he lhankful for our Veal Slid Pork. All our Meats are of the eame uniform high-tfrade and there is little or uo waste in them G. A. Delany PHONS 452 Mr. Patterson a Visitor Robert Patterson, M.P.P., of Macleod j was in tht1 city over night, having been nt 'Jiamond City on Masonic business. 10-11 o'clock 8-9 o'clock For the sale of Drugs and Medicines, and the Dispensino ol Phvsic- lans1 prescriptions. KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OLIVER BLOCK DISPENSING CHEMISTS PHONE Hit? I Mr. Stokes Here j W. .1. Siokes. proprieror of the AJ- exaa.dra hotel arrived in the city ye-A- tcrday aftornoon from Calgary, and spent, ihc day here on business in connection with in this city. i Building Permits f Building ijennits won; taken out this by K. T. Hroad for n liuiiso on s.. costing ?-1.0nO; by K. V. IJutler for ji house nil 12th St., S.t and by K. Smith, for a house addition on llih Si. S., j costing Win'. Sunday Hours Our Sunday Hours from and including tomorrow will 10 to 11 Evening1 8 to 9 J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 BUSINESS -LOCALS They Like Alberta Dr. H. C. Ilnbfireon, A. J. Cavendish and Robf-rt Oldring, of -Milwaukee were visitors in the city yesterday, CD route homo after having .spent sev- eral, days In the mountains hunting a'.id shooi.iny. The visitors spc-alt in warm praise of the farming country! In SoiUlH'vn Alberta parilenhirly in I the northern jxirt when; tin; crops impressed! them very miir.h. i think so well of this coun-' try tyht they expect to return again In spring and study farming ineth- ln SouiUera Albc-rta. For quick baggage service, phone G70. Rex Cigar Store. H. E. Browning, piano tuner with Mason Risen, Ltd., phone 791. 200-0 Phone OGG the Messenger Service for prompt message and baggage delivery. A few special good bargains in pianos and player pianos this week only. Mason Ilisch, Ltd. The Companions of the Forest have sent out invitations for a dance to be held in Unity on Tuesday October 1st. 243-G W will bnifrl you ;.t house accord- ing to your own plans in a goou neigh- borhood for a small cash payment and balance on easy monthly instalments, pnrticuliirH, T. K. Patteson It StHlTuivl 'ttlock, Lolhbridgfi. 'Jla--ti Yoiir patronace. is solicited. Tae Crows Works. DUCK SHOOTERS, special antomo bile rates to parties of 3 or 1. for an uvenhig shoot. Phono 1206, 1 know tiic goou places. Charles Sattin Dead The death took place in the city j yesterday of Charles Sattin, aged 25 j years, .lilS 19in Street North. Be- f ceased'leaver a widbw to mourn h loss. The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon sit four o'clock and interment wiii be made in the English church cemetery. Came from Blairmore L, K. Juc-kson, who opened u law office over the Traders' Bank several weeks luken J. P. ay partner, and the firm will now be known as Jackson Mclsaac. Mr. McJsaac was recently in a law office at Cauudian. To Attend Telephone Meeting John A. -AUickay, district commer- cial ug-eut, Government telephones, left tills afternoon for Calgary, to at- tend a meeting of the head officials of the commercial branch of the Tele- phone department. Giving Cheap Rates For the.first time .since the organi- zation of the Dry-Farming Congress the Southern Pacific Railway; has granted sneciul rates to the session. A fare of one ami one-third has been put into effect, good from Oct. IS to 15, coming and to Nov. 10 going. En- try may be made either by way of Surnas or Kiugsgate. Inspector Appointed High River Times: The Dominion authorities made a wise selection when they appointed Dr. Cotitts. of High River, to the position of veterinary inspector for High River district. The doctor tvas notified of his appointment on Monday. He succeeds Dr. T. 1-1 Le Claire, who resigned the position upon taking up his residence in Cal- gary- Steamship Arrivals The Canadian Pacific R.M.S. Em- press of Ireland docked at Qtuflec, o.lo yesterday. Passengers will ar- rive at Winnipeg (saloon) on an ex- tra at 3.30 p.m. Sunday; second on ex- tra, 3.30 p.m. Sunday; third on extra j TO p.m. Sunday, and will reach Leth-j bridge Monday night or early Tues- day morning, according to advices received by Mr. S. J5. Mitchell. Great Field of Ffax Mr. R. Sheard, who owns the old Silver farm, seven miles south-east oC the city, has a hundred acres of the finest flax in the country. It stands threo feet and over high, and is perhaps the highest in the district. There are three and four stalks o'1 each root, and the herry la weir filled.) Mr. Sheard is looking for-an excep-j tioiial yield. The flax escaped dam-j age from frost, and is in the beat shape. Lethbridgc Impresses Him J. Y. Card of Card-Harris Land Coy, Curdtiion. was city yes- iRi'day and was highly impressed with the advance madi; here iu municipal development. .Mr. Card recently has (piite ;i number of speculators ;ill of whom rogard Lethbridgis with f.-.voi'. .Mr. Card will :-.pend the IHVU two weoks bore looking after the bus- iness of his firm here In absence of Mr. Harris who is leaving for a trip ihvough the province. Mr. John Gibson Dead i The death took place at tho Gait Hospital yesterday of .Mr. John Gibson i who had been H] for a few days, hav- ing only gone to tho hospital on Thursday, suffering from intestinal trouble. Mr. Gibson was 68 years of age, and had liveu iii I.Olm.i for two years, having come huve from i London, Knglaud. He was a native of Ileith, Ayrshire, Scotland, and spuni the .greater part of his life in tlio mer- cantile marine. In tho early days ho i sailed from 'Frisco to China, and hiul belted iho world several times. He a member of the Masonic Order, belonging to Prince of Wales Lodge, at Renfrew, Scotland. In he was an Anglican, and was connected i with St. Cyprian's Church.- Though only in. tlio city a comparatively ?horr i lime, Mr. Gibson was highly respected j by all who were privileged to Know I him. Ho leaves a widow iimf ULK-C children. Miss Mamie Gibson, and Mostrs. Prftd and Chris Gibson, all of this city. The funeral lakes pliti'.o Sunday ?i o'olork from Uic family tTsicJmce, MO.; Ninth av- enue South. SATURDAY NIGHT .Brass E.Uejision Kuds, will extern! to 5-i in, 3 25c 500 yards colored .Madras, all tho latest pat- terns, of! inches IOC I'cr Yard Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers Use "Veribrite" to Glenn Old Furniture 703 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 625 HORSES THAT WORK FOR A LIVING .lilw Inimans iu the same situation Sive hotter continuous mid satis- factory service when "well" covering Quality as' well us iliumtily. it will pay you to get your horse, cuttle and poultry ra- tions from Ham-alums' lieadquar- tera. for your army of dumb ser- vitors will light your battles nil the heltor, and thrive the more on the provisions WG sunnly. J. C. Hanrahau Phone 349 Athletic Park The Range ''There is only one best. The range that's built on honor, of the best; materials. Known the world a perfect baker, .Alwaysuniform, airtight oven, lined throughout with asbestos. Saves half your fuel bill. The Great The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd- CORNER 5th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE Hfi np EAT ASHOltT- MEXT IX THJ] O OES I.'OW. QUALITY TIFE BEST PROjMPT DELIVERY DON'T FORGET MAY WIN YOU A 575.00 STOVE THRESHERS- SUPPLIES Endless Canvas Belts; Leather Belling; Rubber Belting; Lace, Leather. Penberthy Oil and Grease Cups GARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES .Largo Stock Immediate Shipment Agents for Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Oil Tractors, Gasolina Engines, Etc. Orders from THE TRADE especially solicited J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERJi Phones 755 and 1755 Lethbritige, Alia. Avc. S. ;