Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETH1RIUUC LAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, IfOI. PAOE ADVANCED VAUDLVILLh 1. Electric Hrtel 2. Btsitck's Neiif trie o N The Rose You're The Sweetest Flower." THE THATEN TRIO In i 3ig 3 Dutch Act. FINKHAM COMPANY In TlieCageof Death. CONTINUOUS PEKFOKMAXCK PRICES I5c AND 26c will soon return as his attendance is I heeded ut all times. The excursion .train from the south j.arrivod last bringing many vis- 'itor.s to this district. Mrs. Christian LarsAn, who has V. (been-'Very ill for some time, is now rapidly recovering. Grain cut tins will commence en DR. WARNOCK IS A HUSTLER JPincher Creek, Aug. tfce outcome of a visit last week from I Mr. J. Stocks, deputy minister of earnest tJiis week probably not before worka> wilo with go-alwad part of the-week. ITiRLINC Stirling, Aug. Thursday nigiit it quite hard, gard- en were touched, but other wise no damage to crops has been re- ported. Mr, and Mrs. OgKleh took train it to friends and relatives there. A pleasant farewell party was given lust Friday evening in behalf of Mr. Andrew Larson Sr., who will soon leavxj on a mission to Denmark. Mr. Frederick Clarke, who is resid- ing on his -homestead, was stricken with appendicitis. He is now some- what better. Mr, G. Ostlung has been appointed town constable and it is hoped that Christensbn and G-. Dstlund and up-to-date member, Dr. Warnock, drove through the district, a number of greatly needed repairs arc to made at once. A new bridge is to bo built at lledpath's crossing, for the construction of which a number of men are now employed. The from here to the station is-to be re- paired immediately and in the fall the telephone system is to be extended to tt repairing their threshing i ithe people in this district have J. C Dr. Keillor has left for his home busy TO mat_ down oast. He will take up a course machine tor the speedy coming bar- j nQW tQ pQji out> it ,s [evident that Dr. Warnock is by no the of studv while .there. It is hoped he vest. Scenes In Recent Disturbance In Barcelona O TffE "PLAZA OF Just a Little Conundrum: Why Are Burglars Like our Lumber Because They always go into the Best of Homes. Not only do we sell the majority of Lumber for the best homes all around here, but we get most of the bills for barns, granaries and for all buildings where good, sound, dry material is required. People have learned that there is a lot of difference in the quality of lumber, and as we make quality our "long particular buyers take no chances, but buy what they need from us, Our Stock is complete, and our prices the very lowest. Estimates cheerfully figured. Yards at Coleridge Burdett Purple Springs Taber Barnwell HEAD OFFICE: Acadia Building Lethbridge P.O. Box 1365 Phone 123 at Owen Stirling Raymond Magrath Spring Coulee 0-0-H-Ree What's Here Make your children happy1 and healthy by liberal gifts of PURE CONFECTIONERY I from our superb Chocolates, nut- ty Creams and carefully-made ta flies and doctor's bills will be "Why pot bpgni with a box of ours today, delicious, pure unrivalled Popular prices. Rochon's Kandy Kitchen Confectioners and tee Cream Specialists BREAD, CAKES PASTRY from the HYGEIIC BIlKEIiy OB, Sale at Bradbeer and Co.'s Store The Good Co.'s vStore A. iVtacdcnaM wud Co "s means allowing the grass to grow umier his feet when there is a pos- sible chance of getting1 the govern- ment to da something for his constit- uents. Mr. Calder was also in the party, together Sir. Gordon, en- gineer. j G-as has been located on Glad- 'stone's ranch, the discovery having jbeen made while a .party was boring' i for water. Considerable excitement [has been created over the discovery. i After a couple of hours thunder, a i heavy rainstorm visited this section on Tuesday morning, the rain being s preceded by a big" fall- of hail, which I did no tdamage whatever to the grain. JThe lightning accompanying "the storm was of the forked description and a brilliant sigtbt to behold while it i lasted. Ilarry Kansuse, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kanbuse of the Waldorf ;Hotel, arrived Tuesday night from Vancouver on a. visit to his parents j after an absence of four years. He !is greatly impressed with the appear- j j ance and prospects, of the district. j t Samuel Xelson of .Cowlcy. feon of the llate John Xelson. of that place died j i at the hospital hery on Tuesday j ening, aged 19 The deceased I young man had been on for appendicitis last und buccuinbed to the effects. Miss Uattie Sfarcellus is at present j in Seattle taking in the _ there. Messrs. E. Abkey and T. H. Ilinion are attending the Oddfellows' 1 convention at Edmonton this I Miss Ada Buchanan" left for her home in Glasgow, Scotland, on Tues- ,day. A farewell dance was given in her honor at "The Wcgwam'' on the evening previous to iier departure. Daily Herald Market >M liythiaf icN w it reit place it it this If you wilt we this 25C our camp three miles west of Lethbridge. gel-dinfcs. One dark bay weigh- ing about ]450 Ibs., branded P left shoulder, left hind ankle large, One light bay branded P left shoulder, weighing" about 1450 Ibs. One light bay weighing about 1500 Ibs., slick, foundered on front feet, somewhat lame, foretop and mane 'ander col- lar shorn. All in good condition. Thirty dollars reward for informa- tion that will lead to their recovery of. the three, or for any one of them. Notify Bros., Camrose. Alia. 200-30 the Wells farm. 4 miles south of Stirling, five mares and- sev-eu geldings. Mares branded LftA on left shoulder and geldings brand- ed. 7L on left hip. Liberal reward given for information leading.to their recovery. Notify A. A. Johnston, Lethbridge, Alta.. or L. E. Townsend, Stirling, Alta. information lead- ing to the recovery of one bay geld- ing branded 5 on left ja.w and 0116 dark bay branded on left flaiik and AN on right shoulder, weight horse, weight 1.100 Ibs., branded lazy C on left shoulder and loft thigh, hl- so S. G. on left thigh. Lost 'north" of Lethbridge, on the "way to Brooks' Altar. Finder kindly notify the Her- ald office. 19S-10 small gray gold- ing, 2 years old, branded horizontal V formed into monogram with letter J. on right shoulder. Above be paid to anyone returning same to M. B. Laverick, Loth bridge P. 0. Ad- dress 575. 203-3 gold watch Illinois, ladies' size, leather chain attached, no crys- tal. reward for return to Herald, office. 204-6 FOUND crescent brooch. Owner can havo same at Herald of- fice by paying for ad, 196-0 NOTICE ia hereby given NOTICE ia hereby given that I will sell at the hour of 2 o'clock p.m. on the 20th Aug. '1909, 'at- the City" Pound, near the Isolated Hospital, following described animal: color branded Y on tii hip. 200-12 jos., Chief!