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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ffi> "1'WUII. ,Ht LfTHBHlDGt OAltV ..CftALD, PRIDAY, AUGUST M, NEW STATION FOR PURPLE SPRINGS Steel Range _ Fresh air is introduced into the Kooteriay oven througrh a series of vents at the bottom of thse oven door, and the, fumes carried out througrh another series of vents at the back of the oven. (Arrows in illustration SCHOOL HOUSE BEING ERECTED GOOD AND LOT OF GRAIN WILL BE MARKETED SUNLIGHT SOAP Six Hours To Get Out Of City of -J 'The air in the oven is always kept pure. The natural flavor o f ,e v e r y article is completely retained Everything tastes most delicious. F R BE Booklet on request. 5unllfht Soap cannot spoil your clothes. There are no Injurious chemicals in Sun- light Soap to bite hohs in even the most delicate fabric. are offer- ed to anyone finding adulteration in Sunlight Soap. eto i'urpUf Springs, Altu., Aug. j Purple Springs is a station on the 'Crow's about twelve znik-6 east of Tabor. Two carloads of ma- teriai are here for the erection of u I uew station. Last May a post oflice was 'opcntxl hero JUKI now about 75 families got i the r jr.ail hore. There is uo fn-vato" Lrut a. warehouse s 'Xp.'cvl to iu time to han lie this irruin. The material is ordered and it j will .-built as soon as the material; Toi onto, will send arrives, j free a cake of their famous Plan toi i i Toilet soap, if you mention caper. A school house- is being buik and r' J l v.-jli bo completed in a few weeks. R. J. IU'mIt'r.son. H. IMilliffan and T. -There will be much more postal busi- Alarsh are the trustees. They e.xpecr when the service is better. lo start school un Sept. 1. C. W. t E. T. 2i south of Whitney has con tract' for the Purple Springs, has just-' finished school buiklittjr. T. H. fiiKison keeps gvneralstoro John McLollan has a blacksmith Wallace Hayes, commonly known as the "Ijomon who has spenc thp last three days in the police station awaiting -developments, .was up the yesterday morning on u charge of begging- money. The "Kid' came to dur- ing fair with the "African j Dodger" outfit. 1-1 ayes did Uie boost i imf for ?5 a day till the show i up and since then, according to his i has been a martyr -to things general.'.'and the in-1 justice of the police detaining- a poor i innocent man so long in that little! hard cell. i According- to the- evidence of Mrs. j eklig, with whom he had been room-! 1. Lticly lits 2. SeMChiUrei'i Sticks 1 HwttfaGywMaM 4. Ciifht Wilfc tit O N Tola PRICES I5c AND 25c THE THATENS Iu another new comedy act entitled "A Woman's WitJ' New Original Fuuuy Wurnelle and NeUon .In un Acrobatic Novelty Act introducing Julie Nelson, the famous Norwegian Violin Virtuoso RUNAWAY AT MAGRATH field of oats, which, he says will go 50 bushels 1x3 the acre. J. R. Milligan has a sood crop of i-hop. Calvin is post master. t oats for spring breaking. He has a }ew attracted ng, although not technically guilty ia-y noon' Mr' Wall> of Raymond, of the crime of begging, the innocent had driven ,in from, that place to' man. should have got six months attend the conference, went to water or making himself a nuisance asking hla ,horse near thfi residence Qf Am. J lor loans of monev and at the sanii> time making use of some very odious j Al0rCer' He tOOk bridle language. But Magistrate Maodoug- horse -to let him drink- When'the all thought differently. Chk-f Gilles- 'norse had finished drinking itr. pie for an extension of the case till raore witnesses could started to put on the bridle again. OIK! although ITayes protested it d bc i'rhe boese did not hold .his head just granted. But Pat Egan came in a SPECIAL RATES to LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAL. WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER. ST. JOHN, HAMILTON LETHERIDGE AGENTS (lf out of town write us.) J-Iiierin h ranch yard hum Co.. and' he is also International u.aehinery. 'Crops 'are good. The farmers itiv bus.i ruitinir and hardest will be o.'cr. 80.000 bushels of grain will b.- umrki.-teil at Purple this -.eason. Thero is more hi-if ;s in crop, so should ho three s year.. and Haw-den are fivctuig a shop. There is a seftl-euient to boch north souiJi t-f Purple Springs. twelve miles south there is a ;iir tract of to ha thrown open manager, of the tine garden with all kinds of garden t'hrv Rogors-Cunrring- j corn, watermelons, niusk- for melons.. etc; Already ripe tomatoes thirty gallons of cucumbers have bten pick-e-d. Cabbage and cauli- aro large enough 10 use. This an to irr. AVall's way of i thinking, and he lost his temper and 11 mmutcs later and threw some i commenced to -hit the horse on the1! light on the subject, with ;side of the head. The horse natur-" !t that wlu-n the i-Kid" appeared ,ally resenced this treatment and asain UK- formc-r charge was with- .slarttd at fuU gpeed_ klng than s That of t '.Irawu. and a new charge of living c.d without visible moans of support was preferred. I'.gan was wise to tho he an orchard and thc evj: mg some applo and cherry trcw he was against it some grape iattil comn.snco-J to get at Purple SpnnijK is painted. Jii this; they set an example, to many a larger town. he ,ditch _front Qf record stainles.s. lie had a wife :n 1-Talifkx to support. Hi- had been To work but had The blacksmith shop and new o i j of the hind wheels was til its spokes. On com- jng to the fence around ilr. Wood's lot. the buggy company with I' the horse .by coming in contact with -10 corner post. Mr. Wall got very i little sympathy from the bystanders I finished butcher shop are about only eweptioas. UUUgan to to to d after horse Tickets on Sajje AUGUST 22nd to SEPTEMBER 5tti s Pinal return limit SEPTEMBER 24th Transit limit ten in% each For full pirirricufais apply to ngf at. or to magistrate suggested the farm as was captured busy now painting the lumber yardjthe Inost suiUlWt. place for his type'away. i he went into over the pos- a of "a chance on the harvest away. The animal about a" block further hut UKED-LETHBRIDGE VERY MUCH i5Iayor jof Boar-j of Trade C. G-. K. Xourse. -fBig RapiJs. Mich.. Herald) j Vice President E. Lr- Rylands und i -A .1 'Messrs. C'onvbeare, McTCeown. Down- the Pittsburg 01 the er. Cunningham, Carlson. Tillv. Bu- which southern point was u rr L chanar.. Hatch and other citizens reached soon after daylight, and yet 'did the honors during our visit, and ,-rortl not too early to be met by the hustJ- many ladies aided Mr. and Mrs. Whit. secretary of thu Board of Trade. illc-v in servfnj? i nr -IT y- i ranch, .i. H. ilc.Xicol, who furnished us with i i The festivities rinnwd programs of our entertain- songs .and cheers, went. .And it was royal entertain- f office. I Thoro is talk of -oon. thrr, wiH be another stamng .hore. soon. ,fieWs. Tne don-t Jook as Ir he-' fuiuher improveniellts srra-nbk- at the land of-! ca" h'- m wells thc. ,details of farnn la_ x F K fice. PurpU- Springs -bas a daily nmil tweuty-Ove feet deep. the magistrate- considered the driliin J. E. PROCTOR, District Passenger Agent, H'eathershaw is building a to nis home and is making after all it ,is ico it on'y half a is one sided Only trains stop here. anfl Air. who lives five miles north i Lo thc repentant an-d gave him six hours completed a well an thc James of others were to follow 3tr. example.. 01 children who intend to dl it, only ddiiercd to and Springs says he'.has w-heac mediately proceetied' to do. westbound night Tahor ami Lethbridge has to go LO .Modi cine Uat return on big spread'at the the floxt Thls The Mail lieaiCfs aboilt lonS and ir i didn't purchase 'was up to his uhin. as he walked either th-rougb the field, "iiamei> KeJjy_ -J. McLennan says his oats will go xvhich the Kid im. and ho straw hat anr) Water was struck at a depth send'in-- them to school are earnestly requested to send thcin at ItJie commencement ol th-e term which, begins next Aug. Pupils of Rest, will earn- trie wages of indo- remedial. The pro-jrossive to acre. for t hv fifteen days wit-h witjh jto'.vns utid between Leth- i whu liVes thret. miles i hard labor. Tlie hrid-ge and McN-iicin- Oat entitled west f'urple Springs, has two huaured acres- of wheat. K. cooimenced cutting member of tho Sons hib" farm SOUth Mr. Bradshaw was the of the class whffe the prelimin- tarmer to commence cutting fall cannot te accepted after the term has last begun, because it would hold the rest rment. Hearty breakfast.'at a near by jgardeti. hotel, special open cars to the great produces bridge nearly completed by the C. P. ruichiS'an can produce. or rather that part called th_- to better mail service. Thev should -James Brown got S3 for dtsorderlv in this district. Quite a num- of farmers an- harvesting the r ary studies are being learned by the new comer. "but a Few years old and-at have trails from fcoth direc- almost everything that lions. A ott'ce inspector is need- i The dour for the land district, extra j conduct and learned that it pays to >Smin mauy on M0n B. -at that round point, automobile ridp fused in breads and cakes at our with. I luncheon was grown In sight of Loth- would the city to the government ttnd madc at milis. farm.- past groat stand- j Strawberries were picked that morn- ing-crops of, grain, alfalfa, timothy jjng: the sugar wns mad- from I.Kbb and garden products, out to the plan? [home grown beets i nflu-f' at l.ethbridge. He >u in a i to pcr- stud-v the needs of these towns ,-md to then' be able his inllu and enjoy occasion will doubly pleasurable ft yuu if you select that's not at all necessary. -Oi.inip and examint? each and in cloinc tlia.t you must not feel that w? expect you t- purchase see what the style.' modifications of the year arc. Comi: and become acquainted with our intro- ductory S.' The New Suits and Skirts are Holding a Reception -Wan; to show themselves .of course. Come and V; introduced to tin- newest members of the Garment Family, Each Ls 'fresh arid and fine new seasonable in every line and fashion- bfr very sure of that. Here is a grouping1 of advance fortunate in being able to rnakt.! such a will be glad to examine and quick to admire. You must not infer that because these garments are touched with extreme- they possess both and modishness, they are necessarily costly. Not at all right if you tbink you'll find that while "correctness" is oitimes hard to this store it adds nothing to the cost, of a garment. See them before you make, order or buy. LADIES TAILORED striped serges, and pure wool materials, in colors, navy, taupe, srree.n and black, perfect fitting and made in the season's most becoming styles. Prices ..................S32.50 and MOREEN, SILK AND SATEEN UNDER- collection, comprising al- most any kind that the most particular woman woulo want. All slvtped at the band in the way as top skirt, well sewn throughout, and "splendid values at 17.50 color. Harry K. was taken from the 2584- Chester county back to his LADIES' TUCKED SHIRT WATSTJokl quarters in The asylum Paris Pattern No. 2584 for the criminal insane vesterdav af- contralto voice with personality. i The tu-o Misses Bouce. sisters of the IVIacJeoti dentist, are visiting in I31airmore. i The roll for Wairmore this month was the biggest ever had for i J the Compare It to six months ago iiiKl h is easy to- see .how quick- ly the is progressing-. W. C. C. j Ltd. Rocky Mountain Cement j i Works Brick Works S2.000. ['and about three or four -more tbous- and for carpenters, etc.. making ai total ,of about wbich is verv j anv slf. oe! for a little groxving towu. j nincance; but wouid In submitting: tW General Ste- T6LEGRAPHIC BRIEFS novics. over this, he forgot Jack Johnson, ne-ro pugilist, has to count the this time. ntered suit Salt Lake lf be hnd the sum would have rtrt- four. M. Zerkovitcb's -Uty hotel Propnetor tor iuspcct.oii alleging, he was shut from the hotel j needed it ,llmost tiu tbe brcak of aay_ after he ensjagerl accommodations i "The kind's life hanirs bv ;i" hair and there. Johnson alleged he was s- yuur ,crown a That was criminated against on account of his 1 tile which Lepage hacT given and Xerkovitch had carried through tbe nisht. By Anthony Hope Author Of Prisoner Of Zenda" LAD I ES TA I LORED SU Of all wool i- Venetilans in plain audscif striped effects, long semi-fitting coat, full gored skirt, splendidly- tailored and neatly with buttons LADJES TAILORED A nice, col- lection of early fall styles, made of pan- amas, plain and striped Venetians serges aivd voilw, ln-M.uTif.iuly made and verv moderately priced at S6.00 to AI1 Seams Allowed. The yoke of this pretty and stylish shirtwaist is hand-embroidered; with heavy silk fioss -or rot- ton according to the material the waist is developed in, and the axra- bands are embroidered to-match. .The removable chemisette is of filet net, yoke being outlined with insertion to! match. The sleeves, .which are in long or three-quarter length, are .n- set with tne insertion to match the yoke. The model is adaptable to ny material, being particularly suitable t-o ia crepe de Chine silk, or licie. The pattern is in 6 to 42 inches, bust measure: For 36 bust the waist as illustrated requir-s 1 7-3 yards of material 36 inches wide vrith 5-8 of a yard of all-over lace 18 inches wide for chemisette and 7 1-2 yards of insertion and one yard of edging to trim. ternoon. The net assrsssment for ihc city of Pvegina this year totals Sll.773.227.' Property to the value of making the gross assess- ment C.Hap'ter MRS. FRED Mas- saging-. SharupooingA Hajr ,'Dress- 330 Orabb St. Hours' 10- 12; 2-6. MADAM NORMAN of pianoforte and voice culture. Pro- fessional training if desired. Dis- engaged for evening engagements. Crabb St. 09-6 MISS ballroom and stage dancing at the Caledon- ian hall. Glyn St., Wednesday Hours 3 to 7. (Children's class form- 209-61 WILL SIT FOR QUEBEC i Ottawa. will be PO federal bye-election in Ottawa tin til j T after Parliament meets when fir j lake and ori the hills. HE storni hud passed. The day: i broke caliu and radiant over j the; castle of Praslok, Sun- j shine played caressingly on the j Wilfrid Laurier will announce his in- tention to sit for Quebec east. We are still serving the usual .GOOD MEAL at the WILE RESTIURMT tion you gaTe- n "Ah. on- the- terrace of tbe Hotel Paris! Much; has- happened since theft, baroness." "Much- always happens if .you keep your eyes said Sophy. "If you keep yours open nothing hap- pens for me but looking at them." She laughed merrily. A compliment nei-er displeased Sophy, and she could bear it very downright. "But iF r- were-to shut my eyes, what 'won do He looked doubtfully at her mocking face. She meant a little more than the words naturally carried, "1 don't Think you'll give me the chance of considering, baroness." He indicated her costume with a gesture- of his "You've entered the serv- ice. I 'sec." "Yes. Captain Markart. the king's -service. We are brethren. You'serve him "I have that honor." Markart ed -under her laughing scrutiny.. "We- fiffbt shoulder to shoulder, then. Well, not qtnte. I'm a gunner, you sec." "Minns 'your gun' "Nor for She turned round aud swepr her arms out toward the lake and the- hills. "It's a dny to tbinte of to go riding, riding. FTer laugh rang out in tnerry CHILDREN'S FANCY DRESS HOS- PITAL" BALL Class forming.. Small entrance Instruction 'in Old World gavottes. Merry Widow Waltz, two-step, grand march. Miss Norman, Howard House, Crabb St. 311-6 BREAD, CAKES PASTRY from the HYGHliC On Sale at Bradbeer and The Good Co.'g Store A. Macdonald and Co ;s Markatt had breakfasted and paid a visit to his horse. He wanted to be off j by 9 o'clock and waited only for the prince's letter. He was returning from the stables, sniffing the morning air with a most vivid enjoyment of the change of weather, when he saw So- phy coming along the road. She had been for a walk. Her eyes and cheeks flowed with fthilaration. She wore her sheepskin tunic, her saeepstin cap with its red cockade and her short blue skirt over high boots. She walked AS though on the clouds of heaven, a wonderful lightness in her tread. The red star signaled-the exaltation of her J The glna sound of the trumpet i danser ,-in thinktof to6 ranff in her heart much CTen for )adj her. Her cordial greeting to Markart was gbc looked at him more tor spiced with raillery, to which be re- Wg wcrc on her sponded a. .well as his ignorance U- b a lowed. He was uncertain how much mfian that fof roer, gbe she knew of tbe real 'situation But if tf j too 0fJ, ob ordcrsr. Ws tongue was embarrassed his eyes j ray hpart 7 b spoke freely. not keep ttem ]ead mtQ be saii from ber face. To him she seemed a queen -of life and joy that glorious j prevents "My duties perhaps, cap- lain." she answered. "You're lucky. You have a long ride. Don't spoil it by "I think? Oh. no. baroness! T only L. j obey my orders.'" "And they never make you morning. recovered from your asked. "Poor M. Zerkovitcb is still I suppose! Oh, the story's the "Tt'if. be all over the country said Jtsirkart, with a rueful smile. after all. M. Zcrkovitcb a and journalists don't.spare themselves, you know. And "There's only one-danger in all the what you "Not sometimes gaming he ask- ed quickly. i "Still, the only clanger would of losing it again." "There's life, too." he remarked, with a shrug. "Sir, we're she cried HwtTy That doera't prevent me (Am prta- (To IM ;