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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1909. i District News NEW DAYTON. SUNLIGHT SOAP New Dayton. Aug. IV-tcrnon. Just cast, of ;own. is cutting his win- ter wheat this week.. Mrs. J. F. .Morrison returned on Friday after having spent several months ;n Spokane. Her mother ac- compnuiod her. McDonald left on Saturday for Pejroiea, Ont.. in response to a i teles-rum, that his little daughter Miriam was quito HI. Much anxiety fi-h hy oVfryone until later news i arrived stating (hat she wus itnprov- i ing- slowly. The farmers arc .-ill of those smiles "That, won't come off" over thv excellent kinds of grain, j With a few exceptions the yield of winu-r wheat is oxpecuil to run well over 30 bushels per acre ami several fields are estimated to produce over 50 bushels an acre. D. K. Hunter returned Mondav from liis trip in tin- northern part of the province. Ik- reports having, had THIS IS IT! The soap that you work, and saves you money without injury to hands or article. Sunlight Soap turns wash- tub drudgery into pleasure. Get a bar of Sunlight to-day and try. Follow Directions. so many resources, (ir.tssy Lake can U> beaten nowhere. liutxTia! lirick Co. on Mowlay night started to burn about eighty .thousand bricks. This will be jlirst output of the company, who are jto be congratulated upon the excel- lence of itu- material they are pro- j W. F. McXico! and family will this ;week take up residence in their new two storey house erected on Second street north. j The new b.'ock Front street-and Chamberlain ;tvenuo will be complet- I led this week. Airs. will occupy jthe north portion. The south portion; (will be opened by well known Va- jber tradesman as a larjre dry goo 3s The oitkvs above will prob- ably bv devoted to the government telephone service as the central office. The Frank block on Front street is well construction.. Lever Uros.. Toronto, will -ive concrete foundation Tor thej !ree. a coke of their famous i'lantol -Medicine Hut Miljing rlcvator j Toilet Soap, if you mention this oa- has been laid and is now ready for j per. a trip but not timi any fanr lands Inn looked as good to him as those ur Win. Kolcker. of Ohio. purchased a quart'-r section in Tp K. 18. last w.i-k. from p. K. Hunter. Peat. driller, has just ;j good well on the Weish- .Mnrliin-i .'ami aiul is now at work on the farm of Wm. Bell. Uavton district may feel proud of the excellent which is pro- cured. Christ Stein, of Ohio, came to see his old n-ighbor. Mr. Katipp. last week, returned home -m Saturday. He purchased H quarter of Umd from the- 0. E. Hunter Realty Co.. and ex- himself delighted with the I and and crop conditions" at New from Kalispeli. where he re- -d for land in rhc Fiat Head H. Kisuigvr has his full working force on the jump this week seeding winter wheat, and will keep the drills going until acres are If the proper plowing cultivation of prairie sod is any assurance of a big yiehl of wheat. Mr. Risinger's farm may be expos-rod TO carry oft the banner ha II. V. Beck i luirvest, tor every- none at t.he proper Whif rhe best results. of the Becker Vates Thi the superstructure. the lumbe.r for which has already been delivered. A concrete basement twenty-six feet by seventy-live feei is now being ex-'. cavuted on Second and a iarjic furniture store. Sun. the leading- livery of Lake, are doin-ir great business and intend enlar-jinir tiieir already room.v now stables. Th.- machine and Implement dealers arc naturally very busy supplying harvt-stinir machines, the dilli- i cuity beitii: th.- enormous demand tiiat has to -be coped with. Sevon more cars of settlers' effects arrived hetv last week. Mr. Fleming i will be a irreat acquisition to Lumlvr Co.. Sunday with neighborhood. parents in Warner. _' an, a ,Vw. str.liirht poinlors ,o A. Kcsslor thinks his spring- wheat professional and business mon who j is the btjst he has had during his six want to. get on the inskie track of a Mr. Stein makes the sevvnt-h izmib- in tho country-, which living. i from his neighborhdo-J in Ohio who XVry encoura-in5 for he has the foHowinff I iand here and many more are bushfrls a" aCre dur' A surgeon. a furni-j ig thnt time. ture manufacturer and undertaker a! F. M. McPherson. our popular mer- j saddler and harness maker, a i and his bride, returned on i hardware man. and there is also a j exu-ttded weddinsr. tffxxt opemn- for a miliiner and i .trip. were met at the depot by maker. Anyone desirous of .a dolegation m citizens and given a ting full particulars should lose "no i h.-jirty welcome by Mr. time in rommunicatin- with the sec-j ifcPherson has just completed a hand n-tary of the'Hoard of Trade. i some na; and will begin, house- j at once. McPherson is! j an musician and pos- I MONARfrf" at a ve.rv charoiinir person- j ;reatly appre- i ilomirch- f--Our town has ably written up by Mr. Evans ________________ in several of the lea-ding papers of TRAMY I AlfK Southern Ai-lvria. Ke was quite LAKt 'struck with the phown expected TO become intfrestod this rail- Xo better class of farmers and citizens could be desired as been. by Mr. Kaupp and his family "om an since their arrival this spring. Misses 'Piser and Oreeno spent Sun- day is. Warper attending the Sunday school convention. C. fmniel retui-nod to his' old home in Ohio on Wednesday to a-t- vend a.-Mtmily reunion which is being on the llth of this month. It is >Er. rmm.jfs intention to return about fst. riuring his absence his 500 Lee will superintend the work on farm. Fetter, farm superintendent of alitv irl she will be in the community. e have all heard of the infant farm, reports that the towns of Southern Alberta; Grassy in 17 miles from I-ethbritkre. lie particularly noticed! 01 winter Lake is not the least of these. Not j that nearly every building- in town j as .sown on the bi? yet two years okl she has fifty-five had bwn tastily painted, an-d everj--j thousand dollars worth of buil-dinirs i one jn for business carrying- large.! i erected already. Come and see. She acceptable stoics, and living- in an-j m Lethbridge this j is centrally situated between the j ticipation of t-he railroad. i r most nourishing" cities of Southern; It-is reported .r. G. Hopper of the! imd Blake being on the Crow's Nest j Monarch Hardware Co.. contemplates! iuf t-nce on farm ;line 53 miles east of Lethbridge. and I opening a store at Barons. AVe wish! atis. east of town. 154 west ol- Medicine Hat. As a ''Mr. Itopper success in his vt-n- .norland returned Wednesday j town surrounded by a district pro-! ture. j i II. K. Miebacf? is busy 20 larg-e The crop prospects never looked better to him. j Ford Tyler, our hardware merch- j ant. is building another story to his; premises hero. This- shows that busi- iK-rf.s srood in the- past, and j i he is expecting even greater things! for the future. i Gtro. of the staff of the Can- j iadian Bank of. Commerce here, has returned from a most enjoyable trip j to Seattle, taking- in the fair and i visit ing in Vancouver and Victoria.' '.Mr. Barber, who has been relieving i Mr. Sharp, left for his -vacation, and j is expected 'back to ilonaroh when j :thy bank stafT will probably be in-i to include "Mr. Barber, Every j i addition to "our town is tvelcomed. Ed. "Brown. the firm of j .Jirown. has returned to the "simple! :Jife." are plr-ased to have Mr.! with us with his stories j 'of life adventures at the big fair, and i a, surprising collection of novelties. Steel Range If you purchase a Kootenay without the reservoir and decide later tha.t the reservoir is a real" necessity, why, just order it and attach it yourself. It's easily done. Merely remove the screw's and take off the plate______ "REMOVE FOB RESEB- VOIB" (see top which provides an for the hot air to come through and circulate under the reser- voir. Then attach, by means of screws, the reservoir and the flue box shown in low- er illustration. A screwdriver is the onl tool CCLARYS London, Montreal, Winnipeg. Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton Frti Kootenay booklet on request, any day he may be ?een on the j 'sidewalk in front of his store spine- I ing a marvelous obtained in his j 1 ravels. j Miss Beihi Ritchie spent an enjov- i able day in last weeU. Woodward also I c-fi to make a trip to Lethbridge on ithft same day. i We are pleased ta report, that Spot I ty }foore has recovered from his at- j I tack of distemper, There have been several enquiries j i regarding an hotel for are liberal inducements offered' ;and it is a splendid opportunity. I Correspondence" relative to any pros- jptfctive business .here will be cheer- i fully answered if directed to the Mon- jarch Board of Trade, C. H. ;son secret aiy. i .John Wilson was here from Medi- cine Hat, looking up a site for a 'butcher shop. R. W. Creive made a trip to Cal- g-ar.y to fetch his wife and family to j i Monarch. i McLane Bros. Hood are busy J preparing their estimate for the en-I tire masonry for the new court house for I.ethbrwige. They have also been j awarded the contract for the T. R. i Barker block at MacleofJ, all Rocky j sandstone. LESS CIGARETTES SMOKED LETHBRIDGE AGENTS Stafford-Agnew Co. Tf you livft out of town write us." wt-rr thirty; in Con- j yenr before. be Ottawa. Aug. e.-Tlifrrc million c-ijrarettvs snv .'ida last year thaTi the The- derliiie held to among boys of 1G years and under, j to be entirely ,hie to the restric- th-.' put through Purlin- ment the govf-rnmcnt during the i session of 1908. An Event of Great Importance at The Ladies' Store Beginning an Introductory Sale To-morrow to Celebrate THIS OPENING An evmi of wonaerful significance in this tomorrow inoruin-. It is the dawn of a new era in of a "diifereut kind of a department store." We Welcome You, All Most Heartily to this Grand INTRODUCTORY SALE We welcome you to this greater store. We welcome you to inspect this splendid new store wi th its superb, new, stylish stocks. We welcome you to partake of these marvellous not only for this special eeebration, but to repre- sent this store's idea of value-giving in the regular course of busttre'ssv For this will continue for two have created most tempting- inducements for your com- Instead of providing souvenirs which many of you ,do not care'about receiving, we provide you with fine- new merchandise at remarkably low prices. Not only, then, is this "viewing" also buyi ug. ;iad .saying- time. The tiny "introductory" markings that secure you this fine merchandise are irresisjtably enti cing. We want this to be a memorable event. "We want you all to hove- a friendly, whole-hearted regard for ou-r new store. And we meet you more than half way by these astounding little-priced offerings. You'll find here complete stocks of Women's ready-to- wear garments, dress and trimmings, linens, xvash goods, white goods..sheets and pillow cases, muslin underwear, corsets, knit underwear, hosiery, ribbons, laces and embroideries and women's-furnishings, and a splendidly equipped-dress making department, which will be in full swing in the course of a month or so. Wise Women Will Inspect This Splendid Corset Cover A big collection of newest models in perfect fitting, and splendid shape-keeping styles, long hips, medium bust, five hooks, finished with hose supporters, made in two weights of fine batiste or summer peecah. I ntroductory price..............................95 Sure To Be a Big Rush For These Fine Taffeta Ribbons Beautiful qualities, pure silk goods in a wide range of all the wanted colors., exactly 4 1-4 inches width we believe you have been paying 2-5 cents for. Introductory Price ..............................15 Greatest Possible Values in Fine English Cottons Beautiful soft goods without a particle of dressing, very fine and soft, just the proper materials for making fine j 11 1.1 jiiigcii iimieryai-iiitriits. mil yum wiae. Introductory Price..........................12 1-2 Remarkable Values in Ladies' Fine Lisle Vests fine goods of excellent (futility and trimmed at elaborately as undergarments at fully double the price. open or closed fronts, short or long sleeves, or sleeveless. Introductory Price..........................35 Equal values were never in Lethbridge any- Such fine-fitting and splendid shape-keeping tailor ed skirts, coats, and suits as our Ready-to-Wear section offei's. Handsomely Tailored Suits Made of fine quality pure woollen Venetians, and serges in plain or self striped effects, colors navy, green, taupe. Copenhagen, catawba and black. neVest fall styles, lovely fitting garments. Introductory Prlco........................S2S.M Black Voile Skirts dressy garments for afternoon or evening wear, made of extra fine quality, evenly woven voile in black only, thirteen gores, extra full sweep, beautifully trimmed with self foulds, strapping and buttons. Introductory Price Ready-Made Pillow Cases at About Cost of Material Made in 40 and 42 inch sizes, of nice quality, soft finish cotton ends finished with deep hem and hem-stitched. Introductory Price..........................15 In Linens We Excel Fine table damasks in qualities and designs to delight every thrifty house-wife. The one we mention today is of exceptional value- full bleached, two yards wide, fine soft finish. Introductory Price...........................65 Prettiest Summer Belts Going Very Cheap Very pretty belts, beautifully embroidered in a variety of different designs, finished with pearl buckles. Qualities that look as good as some we .have seen retailing at 45 and 50 cents. Inroductory Price.............................35 Fine Lisle Hose at the Price of Inferior Goods Extra fine qualities in light summer weight, double sole, spliced heels and toes, extra elastic tops, full fashioned and seamless. A full range of ladies'" sizes in both black and tan. Introductory Price..........................35 Bemember ladies these are not reduced prices. They are our regular marked values which we mention here to give you an idea of this store's merchandising- policy, and repre- senting hundreds of other equally attractive values which space forbids mention of here. CLARKE CO THE LADIES' STORE ACADIA BLOCK We Sell For Cash ;