Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
Needed Money is Your Opportunity Just as we expected, when we" said Money-Raising Sale a lot of people answered. When Sadowski's price's are cut you can bank on them being away down." In consequence many men have presented themselves with a new outfit at a figure that made them chuckle. The goods are new and thoroughly up-to-date Suit Yourself with-one of our and finish the job by getting a complete new outfit of everything men wear You'll Never Have a Better Chance WILLIAM SADOWSKI Gents' Furnisher Beside Bank of Commerce A WONDERFUL GROWTH What the Campbell Have Accomplished in the Past Twelve Years is Miraculous As the Campbell Brothers Great Consolidated Shows are 'to be in our i city on July 7th a few words in re- gard to the start and enlargement of this show might be of interest to our many rc-iiurrs. Some 12 yours aco tlury launched a small show with the motto attached, "Honorably Conduct- ed, Truthfully Advertised." This motto has made- the show what it, is today. Their .shows have always been conducted on a high moral plane they never have allowed any gamb- ling, .short changing or petty thiev- ing in or around their shows. Bei imbued with the spirit of progression, after five years of hard work, and strict economy, they became the proud possessors of their first elephant and camel. The opening of the show- the next spring was to them the proud- est day of their From that time OIL dollar made has been in- I vested to the bettering of the show. From one they have increased their elephants to a large herd and also their camels, i To those of our reader? who have never had the pleasure of visiting a j circus in its winter quarters, a des-1 cription might be interesting. Carnp- j bell Brothers winter quarters are sit-! xjated on a beautiful farm, one and I one-half miles from Fairbury. Neb., j en the Little Blue river. The to attract your attention as you approach the farm, is the mam- j moth horse barn, wherein during the I winter months are stabled their 250 j heud of horses which are used with tin1 sliowk. Nfxt to the barn stands a large building, made of concrete known as the Cat building, which is the winter home of their lions, tigers, leopards, congers, hy- i-iias, monkeys, birds and so on. Next to this comes a large frame building known as the elephant house, the j home of the performing elephants, j Then conies the camel barn, the Shot land pony barn and the ring barn. This latter building would be of spe- cial interest to anyone, as it is where j the cake walking horses, the dancing] elephants, and SKetland ponies are taught their tricks, and where the la- dies and gentlemen riders who appear beforo vou in their costly wardrobe to operate. to Easy to protect Luwtf evaporation water. The Feed Door of No. aoe- Sunshine Furnace is 12 x 13 inches. This means that the largest shovel can safely be emptied into our smallest size, and that good-sized chunks of wood require no chopping in order to be used 23 fuel. To keep the correct humidity for sanitary purposes, we place the water pan in the icais a whwe the and the householder reach it. So in Sunshine Furnace the water never gets stagnant, and the householder never complains about the awkwardness of pouring- thi; water in. Automatic Gas Damp-r allows furnace to be checked shortly after coaling. This saves fuel and protects plants in rooms above. To mats "Sunshine" the furnace, we construct two- flue doors, and place same not only at an equal distance from each other, but at an equal distance from the large feed door. So the operator with an ordinary soot-cleaning brush can go completely around the radiator without inconvenience; and, what is more important still, can do this without having to put out the fire or take down the smoke-pipe. HLP! HELP! HELP! it very latest thing in we'll say. in clothes. It's a from the waist up only. It isn't a posed picture taken in a studio or a co.stumer's parlor. Mile, j Suzanne Bergere, actress at the Op- j era Comique, actually wears 'em on the streets of isn't arrest- ed. It's created some talk there along the boulevards and in the grills. JFCIaiyfc The HICK HARDWARE CO. LOCAL AGENTS and pleasing acts, practice during the winter months. There are many ilinVrc-nt depart- ments with a circus, each one having its manager and assistants. bus- iness is conducted cm a plan or sys- tem equal to that of our "Uncle Sam" else all would be confusion. Think of your family increasing to 300 people i t0 feed three times a day: of moving- i your effects, which it takes 25 cars 'to hold, a mile, set up your house, en-. 1 terrain people, tear it down j again, move back if? the train, and I railroad 100 miles to the next town, first that some woman was mixed up ID this affair. Her name Is Mrs. Renwyck rose to her feet, bris- tling. "Olivia she demanded sharp- .y. though In the no one the least attention to her. for Mr. YOUR MONEY BACK If you -are not satisfied after CIC >EU you have used a box tM For the relief of Tired, Aching. Swollen. Sweat- ing, Tender, Burning. FEET Eas 'em preserves the leather, and keeps the shoes sweet and wholesome PEICE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS SOLD AT NORTH WARD W. P. J. ALEXANDER Prescription Specialist LARGE INVESTMENT CO. -4 FOR LETHBRIDGE The new land and security company j announced some time ago by Mr. R. H. Owen., of the O. W. Kerr Go., is now practically organized. The name of the company is the Farm Security Co., and its main busi- ness offices and headquarters will be in Lethbridge. The capital stock of the company is to be 5100 per share sold at par. Mr. Owen says that of the stock will be offered, to the; eitizi-ns Lethbridge. About half- of this lias already been subscribed t by a fc.w ni our best business me.n j and no doubt, the balance of the i Lethbridge allotment will soon lv Anvone wishing to iis while stock is still par should ?ee Mr. H. J. H. Skeiih, who is author- ize! to receive subscriptions. Mr. Owen says this company has been organized to meet the new con- ditions making it possible to buy lands now held by non-residents for cash and selling on easy terms to actual settlers The price of lands have so advanced and the cash pay- ment demanded so large that it is becoming more difficult for the ac- tual settler to buy on terms he can meet. This new company will make- it possible for them to do so. In this way a large part of the lands in this District will thus be .put un- der cultivation which will be of iri- caleu.'ible benefit, to Lt-thbridge. You'll be Glad You Did After You Have Tried FIG PILLS the fruit kidney and liver pill. They purify the blood, bring back thefad, ing colour to your cheeks and make you feel better all oven. 25 cents a box, at Alberta Drug 00 HOTELS ON GOOD BEHAVIOR Seven Port Hope Liquor Sellers Sign Bond Lethbridge will soon have the visit ;of Tom Watts, the great English Li. :brarian. 164-0 Port Hope, June Hope in the midst of a hot local option campaign, the latest move being the signing of a. 9500 bond on the'part of loading hotflkeepers riot to- sell li- quor during prohibited hours. Those, who signed art? C. L.G. "Ben- net, Britou Bros.. Geo. Gamble, W. Couchman, L. H. Vanderlip. and Wm. Howard. The Menu at I The Alberta Restaurant j is as extensive as any in the city. Open day and niglit. Everything in season. 4 Some time if yon are not in the habit of. doing so. They put up a great menu there Try it! from Spokane daily. All flavors Restaurant open for short orders at all hours Chow Sam Co.