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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD. FRIDAY, SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1909. The oven door of the Kootenay drops down and provides a shelf upon which to rest the pans drawn from the easily sup- port the weight of an extra heavy roast on request NEW DAYTON IS AN ACTIVE PLACE PAGE SEVEN later in the season to decide as to assorted stocks of lumber On the south the championship. "Farmer" Beck I line. says that with a little practice the farm boys will make soim; of the larg- er ball teams "go some." -Mr. Anson Kessler and familv dccid- The South Alberta Lumber Co. have {.'i-eatly improved their property by fencing it with-a, nice picket fence, i and have everything in first class CANADIAN BANK OF CC New Town to the South is Progressing j ('il thut Iift' in New Da.vton was too J shape, due to the congenial mana-vr Rapidly jsrrtnuous, and have moved out to j Mr. J. E. Greene. New .Dayton, June 30. -The resi- dence of Mr. G. C, McDonald has i rnn t l" uuu anuiniT man to JUS, iS "JS t0 their farm in Tp. G. Range 1C. Mr. Ke.ssler i.- farming 960 acres and ex- HEJLD OFFICE. TORONTO B. WAIZIR, President ESTABLISHED Mr. George Clauson, the city paint- j AIBCAWDEIi LSJ2D, General Hunger or. has had to add another man to Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, the nicest houses New Dayton. buildinjrs which consist of a large completed by A large force of carpenters an- now barn, two houses, a work-shop and at work on the residence of Mr. M. j an implement h He has at pre- I-. MacPherson and expect to have it sent six t-nms and a steam the. middle of this plow working on the farm. Mr. Kess- j ler is delighted with his move to Al- The business of the Duncan and Mac-1 bc-rta, and only regrets that he had 1 Pherson Mercantile Co., has increas- j "Ot made the change sooner, ed so that an addition of sixty feet is j Ab-ut the most popular' added to the placo, which will the New Dayton District is that of rive them roon to display their j Mr. J. W. Frye, the credit of which is t0 some extent due to the popularity TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES The new Travellers' Cheques recently issued by this Bank are a most convenient in which to cany money when travelling. They are issued in of and ivrr c i, the exact .mount payable- in Austria, Belgium, Denmark Switzerland stated oa the face of each cheque, while in otber are payable at current rates. The cheques and all information regarding them may be obtained at every offic, tiie his rapidly increasing business. Mr. Win. Scott, our professional baseball umpire suggests that new should be made for the batter so.that j he could better dr-termin? the balls! from the strikes. ......_ has given excellent satisfaction and it is to bo hoped that he will continue to assist in the game in the same cap- acity. Even-one in the little city is busy comploting arrangements for the settlers anniversary to be held next goods. Mr. John Forslin was in town the cook. seiners anniversary to be held next fe 5team Mr" XVilliam Bdl of Bottineau. X. j Saturday afternoon for the spirit of MAGRATH BOASTS l" orshn has had ;i but who has been a resident of the people around New Davton and i FOUR successful season, having just coin- Lethbridge for the past few months, i has alwiv. in i TV _____ pieted breakmg over a thousand acres arriwd with his effects hf been to a time for different parties. i Monday. He will m. can and they want (-ement Walk to be Lcthbridge Branch C G. K. Nourse, Manager ELEVATORS berta begin active op- farm three miles whenever they can no exception. They have Mr. G. C. McDonald, superintend- i on his big larm three vv "v j.ney nave ent of the Miami Farming Company, j south of town. He has already three! Subscriked very liberally and will made a visit to Lethbridge this week hundred acres broken which he will 5'ave a fund of to offer as prem- and while there purchased a carload i seed in winter wheat, the balance of'lums to those winning prizes and a of "Alberta Red" winter wheat for the section being prepared as rapidly'ful1 of athletic sports will TORONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER, ST. JOHN, HAMILTON LETHBRIDGE AGENTS Stafford-Agnew Co If you live oat of town write us." seed and lie states that he expects as possible, most of which will be! .be given as wel1 as some horse rac- to start seeding winter wheat prepared to seed in spring grain. Mr. a clouble header in baseball and the 20th of July and will continue Bell's popularity will be greatly danco for the -voun? people in the ed in Lethbridge, especially by Professor Hand and Co. of whom he favored -with a drive behind i Hamilton> Ont., have supplied the dis- use, as he has the best i play of fireworks. The Lethbridge The farmers are beginning to thin j their beets. Although the acreage is Laid in Grow- not so large as last year the beets ing on New School are Ver-v "ood anci a successful year is expected. R. C. Marshall, of the firm of Bat- chelor, ilarshall and Skarin, of Cal- gary, cement oonuractors, was in looking over the (From The Pioneer) Mag-rath is to have a new elevator. The Xorris Elevator Co., ol Deeding until 1200 acres are sown. UL m. completed his first month's plowing his splendid h with a Hart-Parr gasoline engine out- I driving horse in Southern Alberta. Clly Band wil1 furnish the music for fit. During that time he has broken! Our enterprising lumber dealers, i and evenin? and everyone is 780 acres of sod, which about as Messrs. Becker and Yates. have had; a very pleasant and en- 'seven carloads of lumber arrive this! :'0yable time- The obJect of having week and have now one oi the best jthis anniversary is to get the people W, P. Roy ELECTRICAL OFFICE: ROM 3, Ott Block Phone 180 A NARROW ESCAPE (Frank Taper) J. H. Naler of the Harvey Murphy store, Clifford Steeves and'V. W. Mc- Guire of Lethbridge met with a mis- hap while driving- Friday last which did not miss much being serious. A drunk lying beside the road frighten- ed their horse which jumped so sud- denly to the side of the road that Mr. Naler and Mr. McGuire were thrown out but Mr. Steeves managed to stay in the rig and grasping the lines, suc- ceeded in stopping the horse. Both Mr. Naler and Mr. McGuire were con- siderably bruised up. At Yorkton Peter Sardisky was seriously wounded by accidentally discharging his gun.' The charge struck him in the spine. well if not better than many of the larger steam ploughing outfits are do- ing, and the most satisfactory feature has been that during that time he had uo trouble whatever with his engine. Mr. L. B. Duncan, our popular city merchant, left on Saturday for points on the coast and will make an extend ed visit at Seattle seeing the sights of the Exposition. Mr. C. S. McGill, a student of the Miami University, Ohio, is visiting his fellow townsman and college friend, Mr. Roi Risinger. It is Mr. McGill's intention to spend the great- er part of the summer at New Dayton as he appreciates the delightful at- mosphere in comparison to that of Ohio. Mr. F. M. Macpherson, our local merchant is about the most optimistic man in town in anticipation of his trip east in the near future. Two red-hot contests have been pull- ed off between the "New Dayton Ter- j riers" and the "Warriors" of the Miami Farming Co. of the Ail-Ameri- can Baseball League. In both events scores were very close and they have decided to play a series of games Milk River LIVERY Feed and Sale Stable In Connection Parties can be shown over tht District at any time by careful drivers. First-class outfits provided. Satterlee Lock PKOPEIKTOKS SQ that they will become bet- i ter acquainted and establish a friend- ship such as had with their old neigh bors in the east. This would seem jto be an excellent idea to establish I a harmony of interests in the com- munity for it is sure to benefit every- j body and add greatly to the prosper- ity of the town and country. VWN peg-, will shortly commence work on town with view of cement a bid on s. r. as mucn as anv of nt.hpr much, as any the line, grain is grown. Henry- Hillier will shortly com- mence the erection of his resi-dence. He moved to Union, Oregon., about two years ago but the trict was so far ahead of it returned and will make his borne the Garden City again. i v vJ-itt U L fVA C the rfffttmove forward in expending the proposed amount on improving the town. He also said he was very pleased with the neat and clean appearance of the town. Work has been started on the Farm Hill School district, four DID CHINAMAN HAVE AN ACCOMPLICE? Xew York, June the Elsie Sigel murder there has 'been little more developed, except the zigzag1: trail of the trunk containing her body. Leon Ling is still missing. Other suspects are being watched and it ds 'believed now that he 'had an ac- complice. The police and district at- torney are now satisfied that the Chinaman has tricked them almost at every point and that the account given by Chung Sin cannot 'be relied on that what he has not told, is vastly more important than what he has revealed. George Card, one of Magrath's suc- m miles north of town. T. K. Boberts is the contractor. The north portion of this district has settled very rap- Hows that for Southern the building of a school. TAKE Your PRESCRIPTIONS TO THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD You will be sure they are filled correctly. W. P. J. ALEXANDER Pre.cnptlon Specialist OUR. PRICING IS A MAGNET Since the announcement of our Great Cut Price Sale our prices have been drawing the people like a magnet. Men with good heads on their shoulders have been coming to our store from near and far to make investments for themselves and for their boys. It certainly would be strange if buyers did not flock in this direction. Make hay while the sun shines, for it won't shine always, and this cut price Sale will soon be a thing of the past. Read a few of our Magnetic Prices THE STORE for a SQUARE DEAL MONEY BACK if goods are NOT Satisfactory MEN'S SUITS Men's three-button single breasted suits, in Grey Halifax and striped Tweeds, well made, good lining and cut in the new- est styles; an Al suit for workingmen, regular cut Price three-button single-breasted suits, in a large variety of worsteds and tweeds. The lowest regular priced suits in" this lot were up to and Cut AD extra special line of Men's two and three-button Suits, in fine imported worsteds. These Suits are of the latest style, with fancy pocket flaps and cuffs, long lapels, dip front. Linings and trimmings are of the very best quality. Regular Cut ilen's Two- piece Summer Suits, in homespun and Hewson Tweeds Sizes are broken, but your size may be among them. Hearular and Cut SUMMER VESTS. All sizes in fancy Summer Vests, in the latest patterns and shades, elegantly made, fancy pearl buttons, best of trimmings. Reg- ular and Cut SPECIALLY SPECIAL Summer Vests. Regular and Cut and Men's nne Shirts, broken lines, fancy Cambrics, cuffs attached or detached, plain and striped effects. Regular 25 and Cut price .750. Men's Shirts. Regular .75c., and Cut Price................------------ ...........50c. >75Gp Men's Balbrigpan Underwear, pearl buttons, sateen trimmed, fancy stitched neck. Regular suit. Cut price, per garment....................................'.35c20c. Men's Canvas Gloves, heavy weight ................3 pair Boys' Two-piece Suits, Norfolk shape. Regular Cut pricfi Boys' Tliree-piece Suits. Regular to Cut Remember that this Sale has only a short time to run. It's a wealthy man that can afford to turn his back on these price in- ducements, OLIVER BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE ;