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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETMSRIIX5E, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER' U. PAGE SEVEN Knowing the popularity and knticipfctiug the de- for Leather Goods Xfflas Presents we order- ed a pretty a.ud serviceable line of Fancy and Plain Leather Goods In ladies' handbags, pur- ,aes, traveling cases etc. Also a Hue line of Leather Goods that men 'will ap- preciate.' FALL WHEAT CROP This Will Necessitate Larger Pre- paration for Spring's Work Fall wheat iii Ontario will likuly have hard Struggle for survival. Thu dry fall mack1 a growth out of question, and tli? win- ter's alkniatu flawing and freezing will ht'avi? UK- slender roots bi-yond repair in many eases, In. some counties, particularly ia- Winter Suits for the Boys Parents etui clothe their boys more warmly, more ueatly, more I cheaply, and with clothes'll-at will wear'longer, by buying SANFORD CLOTHING I Saddlery Co. stands, but 'they are not the rule. Jn the United States the 'outlook irf st'iiou-s Speaking on it, the Orange Judd .in u recent is- j sue says: drought, -besides Ing difficult the.' through prepara- 1 _ tion of the soil, has also prevented I rapid grow.tli. In some places the j stand is so poor that tin- land will t Made of British and Canadian Tweeds, Blue And Black Serges, OorrlnroyR nwl Chinchilla, and in Norfolk. Sailor and Buster I Styles. I SANFOKD CLOTHING SAVES WORRY I W. E. SANFORD MANUFACTURING CO. Limited WINNIPEG, MAN. ALGOMA BYE-ELECTION EASTERN CANADIAN EXCUR- SIONS Extra Tourist Car Service iu some arc-as there was a-tendency to increase the acre- age of winter wheat because of two .years' of failure, the unsatisfac- tory fall will undoubtedly counteract tins increased acreage. Many sec- tions report even at this late dale in) general heavy rains so that the i crop is going 'into winter quarters in a condition that is alarming.-- "It will undoubtedly wean, larger urea-; oi spring crops; it ought to mean more thorough preparation.' for the spring crops and greater returns irora all- grain seeded next season. Indications point to fact .that where the ground was thoroughly Nomination C. N. Smith to Mf. And Expects Every Lion to Do .His Duty When He, the President, Goes to Africa. Ste Mario, Out., 14.-I .Saulte Ste Marie, Out., Dec. 14.- i Washington, Dec. I go An influential deputation of Algoma i I to Africa Wall Street expects even Y r t __i_ A. _ .1 rt -KT In connection with the Eastern 'Canadian Excursions, the Canadian Pacific Railway Company will oper- the following tourist cwr service Kootenay Landing, to Toronto -direct, to be attached to train Ho. 314 leaving Kootenay Ldg. on Dec. 1st, 8th, 15th and 20th. For reserva- tions in these cars apply to nearest agent. your 2M-I3 pared, whc-re it was carefully 'and persistently worked, the fall wheat shows "the. highest condition. All of this goes to 'prove the contention that careful of the seed bed pays; that the well- bred, vigorous seed pays; that pro- gressive, farming.pays; that one year! with another only the most careful and systematic work on the farm Liberals waited 'on Mr. C. N. Smith of the Soo today and pressed him to be their candidate in the bye-election, which is to be held on the day before Christmas, to fill the place vacated by Mr. W. R." Smyth when he-resign- ed Ins seat- to run as Conservative candidate in the recent 'Dominion elections. Mr. Smith did not give the deputation a definite reply. I: he should accept the Liberal nomin ation there will probably be a three cornered contest iu the riding as Mr. S. A., Marks, who contested the Conservative convention with -Mr Albert Grigg at Thessalon yesterday openly announces himself Attractive Ideas for Xmas Presents Our Store contains alarge assortment of orient- Anyone who appreciates good sing- n should come to the Eureka to- th field. Polmatter Sisters at the Lyceum tonight. .Prices and We. Come early! shoppers will find, in it ap- propriate and artistic presents in novelties, silk goods an apanese ware. See our toys for children. Chow Sam Co. SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS Regina, Dec. H. William xvas Mayor by 31 ma- jority. Aldermen. Drake and Martin were elected by acclamation, and Messrs. Kramer, Holier and Peverett were chosen by the people at ,the polls today. on to do his said President Roosevelt to a delegation of Georg s who called on him at the White louse today. bne of the Georgians was Hok Smith, Governor of that State, an< among those who .accompanied bin were Mayor Robert F. Maddox, o Ulanta, and Walter D. Cooper, sec- retary of the Atlanta Chember of Commerce. There were other people in the room at the time, and the President spoke in a, voice loud enough for everybody to hear. Some of the others were Rear Admiral Rob- ley D. Evans, Editor Albert Shaw, the Review of Reviews, and Editor E. H. Butler, of the Buffalo News. The President's remark was .made during conversation with the Georg t WM. HENDERSON Who Was Re-Elected Mayor of LetV bridge by Acclamation ians, Jn. which he referred with em phasis to his of regulating cor poration.v. "Wall he said, "hates m with fervent sincerity, not because o any general denunciation of railroads but because I have done things." ALD.-ELECT C. B. BOWMAN Who Headed the Poll SETTER SPRANG ALD.-ELECT DAVID KING TO-NIGHT Wed HAT PLUMAGE WM. OLIVER Who Tied for Fourth Place with Jas. Ashcroft WANTED POLITICAL EXPENSES PAID in Case in Which John T. Moore, M.P.P., is'Interested Toronto, Dec. by- Justice Teetzel in the case of the Saskatchewan Land Homestead Co., vs. Mary Elizabeth Leadley, Percy Leadley, John T. Moore and Annie A. Moore, is only partially in favor of the land company. The judge refuses to allow Moore for expenses in regard to political ADVERTISING PAYS Mistook Pheasant in Lady's Head- gear for a Live Bird Sayville, Long Island, Dec. Mistaking the plumage of an. Eng- lish pheasant on the hat of Mrs. Grace Felmeler for a. live bird, an Irish setter sprang at her head yes- terday and buried his teeth in her face and forehead. Screaming from pain and fright she tried to beat the dog off. It was a powerful animal, however, and vras so determined to get the pheasant that it returned again and again to the attack. If bystanders had not interfered the setter might have killed Che woman. She was hurraed to a local hospital and her wounds were cauterized. The animal which attacked the wo- man is cue of the best pheasant hunters in this district. Everyone here admits that it was, not out of viciouness that the dog attacked the woman, but merely because ho could not resist the temptation to retrieve the pheasant which adorned her hat. matters, campaign expenses and other items under the heading, "Do- nations''for public purposes to assist public institutions and associations with a view to advancing the wellfare and property of the Red Deer district Vermont Clergyman Ssys Publicity Has Doubled His Congregation Barre, Vt., Dec. adver- tising pay? Well I Should say it did, particularly in said the Rev. Francis A. H. Toole, pas- oor of the First Congregational Church here yesterday. Mr. Poole took charge of the church, three years ago, when it was a mori- bund organization. He placed adver- tisements in the Sunday morning a page when he had the he told the people what was going on in the church each Sunday." "As a said Mr. Poole to- THE SALVATION ARMY. Major F. Morris, of Vancouver, B.; will conduct' the meetings of the and also to advance the -value of lands." At the close of the argument a pro- posal of settlement was made and Justice Teetzel' delayed judgment for some time in the hope that the par- ties might settle what had-been and still promises to be a very protract- ed litigation. day, "the .congregation has doublec in three years. And at today's meet- ing of the trustees we decided to en- large the church building to just twice its present size." V local corps on Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 19th and 20th. Major is the Provincial Com mander for all British Columbia, and the Yukon. The Major is conducting special dedication and enrollment ser- vices in connection with Sunday's meetings. Everybody should avail iemselves of hearing the Major. He was one of the pioneer party into the Klondike gold fields. Seats are free and all are cordially invited to at- tend. Saturday evening at 8 p. m. Sunday morning at- 11 a. rn. afternoon at 3 p. m. evening at 7.30 p. m. Polmatier jt the tonight, .Prices SI.00, 75e 'Come early I W. R. BROWN Varnishing Household Furniture. Carriage Painter House Painter Paper Hanger Wood finisher, etc. Phone Ave. Stflfforfl-Agncw Co. LYCEUM THEATRE To-Night, Wednesday, December 16th "UNIVERSAL" AND "ENTERPRISE FOOD CHOPPERS CHOP MEATS VEGETABLES FRUITS NUTS, ETC. ALMOND ICING nOMNKHLT AMD POT moral YOUR CHOPPER BREAD CRUMBS UTOMYDK BREAD TIOI- oaa.T, POT TBtroa rant OOPKR No. 1 UNIVERSAL, ll Ib. cap. THE: FAMOUS Polmatier Sisters Orchestra and Concert Company 2 3 3