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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Hotel In Albcrti lie Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LETHBRIDOE. The Dallas Hotel U the Best and Moit lent Place to Stay SPECIAL NOTICE! After Sunn-day, September ?S, our Ice Civiun business In thy Hill Block on Fourth AVPIUIO South will by clou'd :unl no more orders for k-t> Cream will be filled this Wo wish to ilnuiU our uiiiuy pntrons for their liberal and hope by the Spring of 1913 tu again bo running an Ico O'Oiim Uusiiifvs in Leilibrhlse. A Few of Our Specials for Today one wrapped anil stock uli I'ancy iinil No. 1 Price per i'Olb case............... J1.75 APPLES, GRAVENSTEINS; the flneMall round apple tit this time of tho yeiir; price per caso.................................. BANANAS, Special today only.............. 30c SWEET POTATOES, I tos for 25c. CONCORD AND NIAGARA llrst shipment this season, lino flavor and in good condition: per basket 50c. RED ROGERS than Concords. Von like these, per basket 60c. TOKAY GRAPES, per basket.............. 75c. ITALIAN PRUNES, extra large boxes; special per box............................... goc. AND Thai: are ililTeiviu in quality, jiru-e and sat- isfaction. Call iinil see our assortment. C. W. GRAY (THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY) -PHONES- THE GOOD COMPANY Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dcpt. 627.-' HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM, FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Grocery Dept. 525 Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. WEATHER Get The Best For The Least Money When you require NOTE PAPER you will find our stock tha largest ami best assorted. Carrying papers in ii quire boxes, pound packages, papeieries tablets. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY'BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK PHONE 1265 Agents for Empire and Underwood Typewriters Lethbridge, clear.......... bJmomon, fair.......... Calgary, fair............ ..Medicine Hat, fair Macleod, clear........... Brooks, fair............ Coronation, clear........ Vegreville, clear.......... Moose Jiuv, clear......... Lloydmiuster, clear....... Prince Albert, clear....... Estevan, clear............ Saskatoon, clear.........-. I Hegina, fair............ j Winnipeg, clear.......... Indian Head, clear........ clear........ Port Arthur, cloudy...... Nelson................ Kamloops.............. Forecast AH today and on day, with higher temperature. CITY AND DISTRICT j New Bank at Winnifred j A branch of the Union f3aiili hue f been opened at AVinnifnMl. Palmer's Swim Soap 15 GREAT FOR THE BATH It is a delightful perfume and IT FLOATS. Price Ten Cents Per Cake. We are agents for Palmers Toilet preparations and they are the best Have you tried Rose Leaves Perfume; Lilac Sweets, Carnation Pink They are in a top notch class. Try them. The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO, Inspecting at Coutts I inspector West, of the Mounted Po- lice Barracks, is at Coutts today on an inspection visit. Ford's Surpassing Chocolates These are miido to please because they are made pure. They are as wholesome for the Hitle ones as for the grown-ups. Not one single ingredient is to be found ir, these confections that is harmful. Xo artificial color- ings are used. No pastes or mixtures are employed. For mitritiousuess they are un- excelled. Packed in dainty enticing boxes they make a gift worth tho giving. Sold.only -at The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited I A Promising Preacher Rev. Charles T. Bishop, of Coaldale, preached at both services in Wesley Church, yesterday, and created a very favorable impression. Justice Walsh to Preside The criminal sittings the Su- preme Court, which will open ou Oct- ober 29, will be presided over by Mr. Jusiice Walsh, of Calgary. Getting Ready for Visitors Painters and decorators are busy at present re-painting and re-decorating j the interior of the Alexandra Hotel, preparatory to the Dry-Farming Con- gress. Clean Profits The profits make on drugs are not exorbitant ones. "We call them cleaa profits for we sell goods to you at reasonable prices, thereby turning our money over quickly. This profit sharing sys- tem has made our store popular with many a one in this locality. Try making a purchase here next time. You will save money. JACKSON CO, Harvesting Operations Progressing >l The present fine weather Is proving a veritable boon tq, the fanners, who r 1 are now busy threshing. All along the south line today the thresher is work- ing with a vengeance. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 ANY CUT YOU WANT In heef, mutton, pork, veal or iamb is here ready for you in a twinkling. Fresh killed Fowl, too. of the finest flavor, and hams, bacon, and sausagea that will make your month water Our meat ia ent from fresh-kill- ed, well-fed cattle, ami fc known for its tenderness. Chops steaks, and cutlets that melt in the mouth, G. A. Delany PHONE 452 St. Michael's Feast St. Michael's Society, to the number j ol" between thiny and forty members i attended the eleven o'cloclr Mass in St. Patrick's Church yesterday fore- noon. The brethren marched to the 1 church, headed by the Citizens' baml. Got a Nasty Fall W. II. .Martin, the well-known cart- age agent, of this city, met with an unfortunate accid-ent abour 7.30 last Saturday evening in the North Ward. .Martin was driving a spirited -horse, which, in some unaccountable manner, shied, and in doing so toppled the over. In an effort to save himself, Mr. .Manin jumped, but was unable to stc-.njy himself, with the re- sult that his head came in contact Tooth Brushes We have been appointed agents for the justly celo- brated "KLEAN7WELL" BRUSHES Bach brush is put up in a sanitary case, to avoid handl- ing. Every brush guaran- teed. Look through our sam- ple case. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 BUSINESS LOCALS For quick baggage service, phone 670. Rex Cigar 13 0 Phone GCG the Messenger Service for rlie sidewalk, cutting it severely, j Prop.7ipt message and baggage delivery. Mr. Martin was able to oome home I A few special good bargains in and have his injuries attended to He Pianos atlfl 1'layer pianos this week only. Mason KIsch. Ltd. The Companions of the forest have sent out invitations for a dance to be held in Unity Jlall, on Tuesday will he aroumi again in a day or t Steamship Arrivals October 1st. SUNDAY HOURS Morninji 10-11 oViork tlvonhiir 8-9 o'clock For the sale of Drugs and Medicines, and the Dispensing of Physic- ians' prescriptions. KENNY ALLIN DRUGS. STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OLIVER BLOCK DISPENSING CHEMISTS PHONE 1487 j Mr. S. B. Mitchell, local agent, was j notified this morning of the Wo will build you a house accord- at Montreal today of the Allan liner j to your own plans in q good nelgh- Corslcan, from Liverpool. Western for !l snia11 cas'1 iwmeiit and passenger, shonld reach at a.m. on I- nday. I he Allan liner Sc.lTonl Block. Lelhbridgc. 245-G Scandinavian, from Glasgow, was also! DUCK SHOOTERS, special automo- j duo ai Montreal today, and Western i bile rates to parties of 3 or 4, for an passengers will arrive at :i.5i) a.m. on i evening shoot. Phone 1206, I know FViclay. Tho Allan linerCorinthjan. i the sood places. from London, reached Montreal on _ Special attention given to out-of- Sundrty, iiurt Lctliurldge passengers i lmv" orders. The Crown Cleaning: should arrive on Thursday at S.50 Works- a.m. The Sicilian, of tho same whi? anil social at fnlty from London, doeked at Montreal to- j wh" day, and passengers, will arrive on Fri- j ning. and tlrst rate singers. Appetiz- j day morning. The liner i ing refri'shmonis. Ladies free, gen- l.etitia was miles t-ast of 13ellc tlemen I si 0 yesterday, and due at Montreal today. Passengers by this boat arc nl-1 Newspapers Not Wrappers so expected at Friday. j Olll mithoritIcB CITY DISTRICT Hold Auction Sale Qua Neidig will hold an auction I sale of household articles and other I goads in his same old stand in the Dominion block on Tlmrdday, of this Veek at 2 o'clock sharp. Find Market in Ontario Thos. Uroadbenl shipped back oust yesterday (Thursday) a car of Hvej stock, grain, vegetables, etc. Jnchul-j etl in the huier was one rutabeg' weighing twenty pounds and a and one white turnip seventeen ami a half. -Mr. Broaiihent's wheat aver- J aged thirty-eight and a half bushels to the acre, and graded Xo. 1 hard. His stay in Ontario, we venture to prophesy, will lie a short Island Review. Medicine Hat Man in Trouble Hut News: Chief of Police Bruce .is in receipt of a letter from New Westminster containing the in- formation that Frank Stocks, a for- mer resident of Jlediciue Hat is in jail there. He is charged with the theft of from a furniture dealer at that place. The Chief also bad a letter from the prisoner. He says tliut the charge is nothing, and that he will be cleared. His counsel ml-j vised him to waive preliminary hear-! and be sent, for trial. Stocks i while hi Medicine Hat way employed as bookkeeper, accountant and auditor The only he was ever in was being drunk. Royal Arch Chapter Bow Valley Chapter, Royal Arch Masons, 'has just been .instituted at Jieichen. The importance of having this lodge located In the town of Gleichen may be gathered from the fact that it has a wide jurisdiction j extending on the east to Brooks, ou the west to Cheadle, north to Stettl' and south half way to Lethbridge. In Need of Help Mrs. Sattin. KiH Nineteenth street North, whoso husband died last, week. Is left in sadly straitened circmn- stances, "with an eiguL-montbs1 oiri baby to care for. The extremely ten- der age of the babo makes a mother's care imperative, and the case is that calls for the most generous con- sideration of the kindly hearted. Beautifying Station Property Competition this summer among the agents and section foremen of tho Al- berta division of the Canadian Pacific railway for the most attractive station? gardens and grounds has this year j won by R. Reading, agent who receives a prize of ?50 donated by the company. Other em-j ployees receiving the prize for' the best kept grounds on their re- j spective districts are: A. Landreau, section foreman at Langdon, for Dis- trict one; D. Maelcod, agent at Uotha, for district two, and .1. Austin, agent it Elko, for district three. Presentation to Canon Sleeken Gleichen Call: The Rev. Canon Stooken had a most pleasant surprise last Friday, when he found at the Gleichen depot a motor cycle valued at ?3uO, with the compliments of his 'algary friends of twenty years stand- ing and over, in fuel some of the gen- erous donators have been his intimate friends as Ions as twenty-seven years. Quito unknown to the Canon the Call obtained the names of the dona.tors 'who are: T, Underwood, A. W. John Linehani, W. K. Hull. 0. K. Brown. Mrs. Patterson, T. .1. S. Skin- ner, Dr. X. .1. Lindsay, R. J. Hutch- ings, Hugh Neilson, E. F. lliggti. BORN j have started a campaign to enforce the rftKiiIiilioiiR which prohibit (he Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hoyt. wrapping of meals or other produce flth- Ave. A., on Sunday, Kept. offered for sale In iiowspajwrs. Parni- Mas produce to the Berlin Mr. and .Mrs. W. O. market.ami butchers are being wurn- a J 'hat the practice must atop. To Elect the Officers j The first shareholders' meeting of! the Farm Products, Ltd., will be held in about, ten days when the present provisional directors will resign, and the permanent, officers will be duly elected. In the meantime the com pany is making a strong bid for new j members and are asking that the: small farmers especially be represent-1 ed In the company. The company is J-. ono man, one vote, concern, and I financially the owners of small tracts of land are as able 10 throw in their lot as others. .1. Lloyd has benn appointeil provisional manager; ttiul is already organizing a strong selling oampslgn which promises to do murli for the farmers of this district. Just Like Finding A Five Dollar Bill This coupon is good for live dollars na part on any one of One Hundred 9x12 Rugs Body, Brussels, Axmtnstcr or if presented Tuesday, Wednesday or Thurs- day. -'All the standartl makes are included best qf-every grado. It not a new rug, will, upon payment of n. small deposit, hold thorn until ivuntod. i COUPON GOOD FOR THREE' DAYS ONLY WILL NOT BE ACCEPT- ED AFTER OCT. 3rd, '12 BAWDEN Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers WE PAY FREIGHT ON OUT OF TOWN SHIPMENTS 709 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 625 IT'S A TOSS-UP whether to buy food for rhfiir livo slock hero, there or the other place. Other things bolus' (iimlily should decide the matter. Wo hog to lay modesty, aside and claim for tho oats, hay. bran, poultry food, etc.. to Ije had only that these different forms of food are elean free from weeds and impurities IHJ( that you will get full weight and full value. J. C. Hanrahan Phone 349 Athletic Park The Range There is only one host. The range that's built on honor, of the best! Known the worJd over as a- perfect b'akcr. Always uniform, airtight oven, lined throughout with asbestos. Saves half your fuel bill.' The Great Majestic Range Tfee McKeowe Hardware Co. Ltd- i CORNER 5th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE HEATERS LARGEST ASSORT- MENT IX THE CITY O PRICES LWV. QUALITY THE BEST PROMPT DELIVERY DON'T FORGET MAY WIN YOU A STOVE THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endless Canvas Belting; Rubber Belting; Lace Leather. Prnberthy Injectors, Lubricators, Oil and Grease Cup3 OARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES Large Stock Immediate Shipment Agents for Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Oil Tractors, Engines, Etc. Orders from THE TRADE especially solicited J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 7RS and 1765 Lethhridge, Alta. Ave. S. ;