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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, JUNE 2f, 1101. From a Western Window 1. Montana Girl 2. Tricked into Giving His Consent 3. Kitchen Maid's Dream The New York Bookman, a devoted entirely to a discussion of book.se and authors, has u depart, ment once in a. while called the- Lot. tcr Box. In it fun and wisdom are happily blended, and correspondents, (always clever and do they manage make merry with the most Reverend Senior Editor. Lately they have been workintr on "The which is a list of words and phrase; used by cultivated people, not downright wick- ed terms, you shall hear the editor himself explain. He says, "rather in the main these trite and bromidian phrases which, are some- ru-.s and and an instalment of MOVING (PICTURES. ADVANCED i VAUDEVILLE.] O N Wheu tf WMpoorwill sings Xtffaerite Arnold B. Wurnell The Skatorial Acrobatic Dancer The Barrel Jumper CONTINUOUS PEEFORMANCE LOUIS CHEVROLET j mile? an hour. Tlie racers con-mi AND JOE NELSON! the course IT times. Chevrolet's suc- Chpvrois-t, in a Buick, won the cvs.s du" to mechanician's ovi-r the Crown Point. i skill and .-ptvd in refilling the.tanks cup course. Jurii1 19, miles in an r by persons who really ought to know better. In other word.-, our criterion is not one of pedantry, but of taste." It's rather a case of the last straw to suggest such a thing as an inferno in this weather, but hen- it is. It is really a most useful list, and there are a few of us who do not huve t" confess to one or more of the expres- sing .When we hear a person speak- ing pure, graceful English, we aiv quick to recognize its charm. and vften wish we could imitate the spea- ker. So, If these expression? which follow are in our speaking vocabulary let us never own them again. "Along these lines." "Auto-mo-bil" "Brainy.'" "Bright" (for "Clubman "Dandy" (as an "Exclusive" (us a social "Genteel." "'Gentlemanly." "He (she. it) struck a uew note1' "In touch with" (except as a techni- cal term in military or naval dis- talr Emerson Sowing." Houghls big story, "The It was he who wrote "The Mississippi Bubble." And now "54- 40 or Fight" is his latest triumph. With these books he' scored a great success, each being at the head of the list of the "Six Best Sellers." ANNE. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The Alberta Grant! Lodge., Knights now in convention at Daily Herald's Patterns LADIES' COMBINATION GARMENT. UNDER- "clever" or "bril-i driving tlu- 395 ;ind cup, as much as to his own im-niL'e. r.'- Fire at'Lethbridge, Aita he resolved to appoint i his subordinate officers at a month, rising to -530. careful consideration, decided to ne- i the '''ffcr and will sail for his: new horn-" at the middle of the month, j destroyed; siashed. apparently in a strug- gle for life with hi? assailants before being subdued by fatal bullets. According to plied hand-embroidered an edging of fine lace, matching that used on the neck. The pattern is in For 36 bust the garment requires 2 1-2 yards of material 36 inches wide, or 2 1-8 yards 42 inches wide, 3-4 yard of white beading, 2 1-2 yards of nar- j TO furnished bedrooms, Apply Box R., Herald. 163-6 ON 6TH roomed house, Red- path, street, close in, Apply A. G. Virtue, office Simmons Shep- herd. 1-63-6 NEWLY FURNISHED rent in modern house, 1102 Ford St. 164-6 I monthly -be-' itween five and six: o'clock, Saturday j evening-. Books marked Bachelor, Marshall Skarin. Finder return to Herald office, or 515 Glyn St. Re- ward given. James D. Dowdell. 167-6 Grauum, Alta.. June 3rd. Two bay geldings each three years, old, no brands, weight about both shod, had halters ori. One light- bay, star in forehead, little white on nose and white hind food. One dark bay, one white hind foot. Suitable reward. Notify post-. heading, 3-4 yard of wide ribbon, 3 3-4 yard? of narrow ribbon and 7 1-2 yard? of edging; width of 'lower edge of ruffle 4 1-2 yards. Price oi Pattern, 10 Cents. Order from the .Pattern Department, Daily Herald, Lethbridge. and per month. Apply A. E. Hamm, 1st new cottage east of Crabb St. on London Road. 164-6 0 room in modern ouse. Apply 1st house westyof base- all grounds, Brunton St. Riverview. 165-6 master, Granum, Alta. 154-0 Royal Collieries, 1 bay gelding, branded lazy LD on left- shoulder, white hocks, last seen be- tween Chin and Ooaldale. reward for return of same to Stacey's Lum- ber Yard. 163-9 into A COMPROMISE VERDICT my pasture, 1 OR shop in 1 yearling gelding, dark sorrel, branded j thriving town of Winnifred, where V on thigh. Owner please prove pro- llots have been for sale the last two St. 'Michaels, Md., June weeks. Will be vacated 13th of July. T J. t 1V. 11. U iCj V J.IV j i JLeV iround to thc STOUrid' eighteen J verdict of the coroner's jurv on the Person v the spirit oi thc t_ km come.. 1st vears, was kill- ed by lightning while on thc roof of :t shed near his home at Essex, Ont. Tt is re'ported that the liig firm of Mr. Stringer seems to think a good deal of it for he waxes very eloquent at intervals. This month there's a readable bit mi Rupert's anc! PJiodes. Curry Company, I.ircit- a new story called "The Changeling'' riri. of Amhcrst, X. S., has boon pur- is begun. It promises, chased by Montreal men, who will than the average uvi'iimueu. story in exiraii it by adding; a locomotive any :.f our Canadian papi-rs, so here's! shop. 'lint not to mis; it. It's a Canadian Wodill murder case, was that man killed the woman, or was ncces- A rents to supply tools. 1st! 10, R. 22. choice. P. J. De Marce, perty, pay expenses and take ___ James McNult-y, N.E. 1-4 Sec. Lethbridge P. O. 163-6 sory to was a com- promise- verdict. TO roomed cottage. C. E. Bowman Acencv. 1GG-26 j cover electric data book, size approsimate- Apply j ly 5 in by 6 in. Finder please re- 116-6 I turn to A. Reid, Supt. Engineer and" receive reward. 165-6 furnishc-d rooni suit- fable f'.-r jwo with private fiitrancf-, srokl watch on. Round St-... jand use oi Corner Bost piace in city for j aJty extra. _ JL___ chiek-ins or Vrice Rent per month. Easy terms. Also two-wheeled rig and sot of harness, j Appiv H. Proctor, near thc A. R. T. -65-O 1 office PERSONAL A YOUNG MAN of good habits, liv- ing on his ranch near Taber. moden. house, two blocks from square sires to get int eorrespondence with Apply Box C., Herald Officp. 16e-o ja good respectable young woman, with a view to matrimony. One who un- derstands housekeeping, etc. FOR new fully modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 FOR SALE OR house, seven apartments. Apply 621, Round St. 164-6 communication? t6 P. Alta. Green, Taber, 168-1 LOANS, FAlRM Insurance Company are prepared to graat loans on farms on very reason- able terms. T. E. Patteson, Agent. BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND a strictly modem, house, bath. etc.. at 425 Bart- Ifitt St. 167-6 Phone 75 P.O. homesteader who bats his homestead right and cannot ob- tain R pre-emption may tako a pm chased in certain districth Price per acre. reside six months in each of years, cultivate fifty acres and a houHe worth Vy.W-CORY. Deputy Minister of the Inter. publicatV.-n thi1 advertiseir ?nt will not pa for. ERNEST nursery man and florist, of Banbury, Eng- land, seeks work in garden. Mac- beth St., North Ward" TENDERS FOR EXCAVATING 7KXDK.RS will be received by the undc-rsiszUKS up to Monday, July 5th -----------------------------------------------j for excavating for the new block to FOR day> erected on Round St., next to the fine residential lots. Con'rtland St. Just, Oliver Block. The dimensions to be east of Bnrtlett St.. each or 371-2 ft- x so x T feet for S800 Terms. Apply to own-! H. J. er. W. Williams, Crabb St." 166-6 ?-0- Box 261. Agent, Bryan Block. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS EsTABLISHEt) 1854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MOKTREAU Paid-tip Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts xMoney Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbfklge Branch CoaMale Block, Redpath St. TENDERS I------------------------------------------------------, SEALED XENDEES will be receiv- I WANTED TO BUY OR well ed. by Wm. Evans, secretary of the built house, centrally located, with iMagrath School, until 12 oclock, noon six. to uine Address Box 30, j June 21, 1909 for the erection of an. Claivsholrn. 167-6 18 room school building at Alta. WHAT IS THE GOOD-of putting' Separate tenders for plumbing and away thines that you can't use Or: heating and ventilation. wear such" as cast "off clothinp. etc.: Plans and specifications may be ob- IT pay cash for old clothine, shoes, tainod from the Secretary, Magrath, i guns, pistols all kinds of or from the undersigned at Leth- ical instruments, trunks and satchels. bridge, Room 9. Whitney Block. The Alberta Second Hand Store, Red-.; F. B. ROLFSON, path St. Box 630. 150-26 j 153.25 Architect. TF YOU WANT A LAWN For a first-class job in See A. Rochon, Crabb street, the Page i pT lawn wire fence man. 160-26 j WANTED TO small safe either new or second hand, must THE CITY be in perfect condition. G, B. Wei- _, ler, City. 163-6 Phone 333 Ladies' or Gents' Clothes call at DYE WORKS ;