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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRlfeGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, November Who copes calmly with callous competitors and creditors, consequently he can't er.s will come-with the crowd to -CROSBY'S, with Caiuuliaii currency with An'liner when I get cash enough to satisfy all concerned. COME TO CROSBY S colnKd him to therefore careful custom- tam uuety .ol secunng shoes, i am compelled to sell shoes at cost, Begiuning now and w To Sell Shoes At Cost j[ :A11 my shoes are plainly marked so that tniyer may see__ and some of and ends I am going- to .unload at and Hundreds of and Men's Welted Shoes. selling at Ladies5 pat. welted and selling- at and even at i i'v "T am 20 ceilt' 'ff prices until further notice, Men who are lucky enough to have No. G and 7 feef, may have the benefit of wholesale prices. Ask for these and insist on getting- the discount. s ore E. Crosby Proprietor YOUR WATCH Does It need cleaning and repairing. The very best watches have their day ..of repairs and cleaning. Hare your time- piece attended to before it is worn out for lack of oD and cleanliness. A watch or- ganism is fine and delicate and the, slightest friction makes trouble and the parts out 'We will guarantee i and clean your watch and will warrant the job to be O. K_ -E.A.EWEET JEWELER; Round st DISTRICT NEWS BARONS NEWS Barons, Oct. the ankle. He was soon made as comfortable as circumstances permitted, and since he has had a plas- ter of paris cast put on the leg, "and has gone to his home in Minnesota. I and has already opened a. store at Ms place. ur.. Duncan will .move to his winter residence on 24-5-10 about November Snowden is Tto doi Aid He will, return later with his faniilv improvement Al Annie is SUrel-v to S8em afternoon was spent. unfortunate. While coming eryoociy. Why; this yea i mie -IlSS Ma ont claim SQe noticed her little f c? j- i i iiei iiLue 01 fcundutl, were married (sm, Amy, to be" ailing. Tvphoid fever on Monte .October 24. at Carmangay. developed, and Amy- had onlv begun to maKe their home in Bar- improve when Mrs. Owen herself sick- ened. Mrs. Owen attributes her sick- The ons. 3 wedding Charles Catherine Altenaatt, tte would H fill ail. the .-buffalo trails and bad Holes in ail our roads. Kecently Dr. Duncan found a meteor j near -Ms summer home here. The j is a dull, purple, brown of Mr. and Mrs. G. A, j place at Macleod, at 9 o'clock on Mon- day morning. A reception was .held Smith to i ness to her havin- resided for a about as heavy'as iron. In shape! daughter I aays in -the unsanitary parts of is almost regularly conical, with the' I ..Trtnlr ftTi K ci i_ _ ____.. _ _ image before coming out here.. It j base slightly concave. It is five -in- aoes seem odd that our much vaunted' jcnes across the.. base and about as high Civilization way to dispose of jTae surface shows clearly the effect sewage other than dump it into ourof sources and then drink it. River Macomby left for Peace I tor a few weeks. ,on October 27, was a grand success, about 65 couples being present. A large crowd came from Carniangay ..ana Sowville. The prize winners, I were Mrs Smith as Cinderella, ..and Air. Philip Sawden as one of the Gold j Must Twins. Lunch was served at i twelve o'clock, and was eaten with. much gusto. Jay S. Rook, of Clareshblm, spent j bunday in Barons. Miss- Ethel Gumming is .spending a few days with her brother, A. D. Cum- niings. Mr. Rigby returned alter a few days i visit in Granum. Anotner well is being drilled, .the jrirst one was such a success, and Bar- will soon be supplied with an ab I: undance of good water. FRANK MINERS WORK FULL TIME' The teiepllone line is novr complete 1IVIC and is installed in the Grant and Moir iDuilfling. -Mrs. Brainard, who has been visit- ing Mrs. A. B. Cumniings for" twc weeks, leaves her home in Lelh- oridge on 'Saturday. at the home of the bride's parents. All had a joyous time. wneretf wS I >nd! also shows that only the sur- nere ne Tvent on -business. itnough the returns are small, yet so Some time be- Qf) -t-rt -rt _ j.' intense heat, generated bv its [passage through, the air, and oddly ienough do surprise and inspire confidence wanderer came to the hearts of the farmer more than and' yet time after it "bushel crop .in a favorable year. [Cached the, atmosphere, an explosion Condiff has petitioned for a'post [occurred> and as a-result we have on- iy a fragment, probably about half of.. trie original It is highly proba- Dle that this fell In comparatively re- cent times. OEQ. TAYLOR'S for choice fresh Cut Flowers, Eoses. Car nations. Pily of the Valley. And all other Flowers in .sea- son. Funeral Designs, Wed- ding Bouquets and Plants of all kinds for sale and to rent Free delivery tc all parts oi the city. OEO; TAYLOR FLOBIST 'Cornsr Bartlett and London Road: Phone 675. P. 0. 1353. I work that was being I school. Robt, Louson hauled done our out lumber from the Citizens-yard the past week and erected. a barn on his claim, nine Leth- inore miles north-east from vvhitla. Mrs.- Fred Smith received a Singer Sewing.- machine from j bridge the past week, and is than pi-eased with it. AY. E. Beguia. was here the past week from Island. ,E. P. Hclgerson moved 'his house from his {arm to' the townsit-e and is up getting ready for cold weather. There is and tract to build a dam. across the creek for A. R. Marchessault. Alex. Bowdie and Sons, building contractors, will' go into Seven Per- sons for lumber for the-roof of Mr. Marchessault's new.barn. Tt is reported that a line will be put through here by next winter to Lethbridge. .We'will all be.glad to see it. A..R. Marchessault's .two sons are expected home from Taber in a few days' -with a bunch of good .work hors- es. vi ;_ 3. Young passed through here with Evert Langarln, from country, seventeen miles, town the first of last week. J. H. McFadyen was also in the same neighborhood. the south was in from 'MT, TT Alberta Homesteaders i sault and Wm. A. Boivcott served t the cider and fruit, and'Mrs. E. Bowcott. Mrs. A. R. Marchessault ._ very beneficial meeting, and? r i oiiA" did1 themselves proud in ;en- Liberal Association is to be Pertaining the thus the fe-l A. i-t. marcnessaui-t ed for its energy in pushing the herd maie contingent.1 arc wondering if the! and Miss Myrtle Marchessault 'wait- mayor is macried or single. j ed on'the tables.; S. S. Richardson is :buildicg a new and si sou Leonard have. on tnc uiuCit -ft, irCIC to _ be entertainment a large bunch of sheep on Sunday, en social in tne school house} route to the- Cypress Hills. work team from A. R. Marchessault. J. Setts-has. just-come on his claim for the 'He'has been at Cardston all the summer. W. Wil- son and Mr. Lock will leave shortly for Taber for a few months. Mr. Miller his son are busy building his son a new log house on his homestead. .F. Coombs jhas 'recovered from his he at the mine, and so has Mrs: Frank Coombs. Preparations are.being made for the building of a school house for .the district. This is going MINDA NEWS A grand ball and supper was held nrt'he Pioneer Store on Friday and quite a large crow-d attended. "Every- thing went on smooth. H. Nielsen- acted as Hoor manager, and kept- the dancing brisk, while -V. G-. Marches- law This is a very popular move, over ninety per cent, of the set- Thev Oct. miners at are now working full time. The electrical -plant that is being erected, to supercede the steam power at the old mine will -be ready for operation some time this week, and when the ins-tallation is' complete, the Frank mines will foe -.the most excellentfV equipped in the Crow's Nest Pass. No aoabt about aa-enamelled bed's hygieaic merit: none about its beatity f-OT any about its being -worth its it bears the "Ideal" Guaran- tee on the footrail. That Guarantee assizes you of more than mere surface excellence It wan-ants real satisfaction to the buyer. Its snowy enamel will stay white; its parts not work loose. Know Trity Beds are better. Ast for "The Philosophy of toieep reading, though it is free, Tv'rite for 140 BEDDINQ CiW -TOUOKTO WWHIPCQ tiers "hurrying forward to sign. are also asking for range cattle all the" vicinity of organized school districts. Hie Liberal party, always alive to the 31st. nterests of the people, has .ssured the homesteaders that this .etition will be granted. And thus in rson s ung anew house in TVhitla in which the family ?one to to will reside during the months ror a sault month. Mr. returned A. R. Marches- from Island on Monda een e l' ess than a year this will have changed om a semi-barbarous to a fully civ- -ized community. Mrs. Martin Herrington made a visit- to her husband, who is sick at the hospital at Medicine Hat, and to make a business arc ALTORADO NEWS t, Altorado. Oct. week, while .frank Beterman was digging rock home in 4-12, he slipped and fell, Made ia 98 different We have been too busy of late unload- ing and unpacking two cars of furni- ture to send in our usually interesting advertisement, but are now able to an- nounce that we are displaying a large CARPETS LINOLEUMS in great variety. We also have on hand a splendid lino of extension ..tables and diners, Iso dressers and stands for .11 bedrooms. All the comforts of a home on show here. Call aod sec us. WINNIFRED ITEMS Say, but our weather has caught -old all right, And" now we are rejoicing in that c, ..i, i. vj UiiUtCS IU1U have, a real live R. R. agent here. No just finished by tlte department nore goods to be. taken only by the public works, north and South rignt party, it seems now more n a town, only we almost wish, those --t. K. gates had been smuggled away the agent got here. By the the name is Colburn. 'i'he I. p. O. F. have organized here, and have nearly forty members. They mean to have a new hail in the near tuture. Tnere was an old fashioned candy pull at Fred .Moray's last Friday night. wish there was a literary soci- ety nere. it would be s. benefit >to those taking part, and help to pass the V-'c11 Phased with winter that is a Hitle way ahead. A hunting headed by Mr. .urerts of Bow Island were in this vic- inity last Monday. They started up a small drove of tntelope and were right after them. We do not know the re- sult. Henry Simanton's new coal mine is proving a success al] right. He has an order for one hundred tons to be delivered here at Winnifred. Some {say it is as good as the Lethbridge j coal, and that means extra good coal Kred i-Iorey's family have moved to Lethbrldge for the winter. reports him as improving nicely. E. Knutson and Nels building-the yard fence for the zcns' Lumber Co. H. C. McDaniels and E. 0. Regner were hunting antelop last Saturday and Mac. says if the horses were a trifle swifter on foot they have been successful. The two new bridges and grades of Whitla. are a great benefit to the travelling public and a good job was done. Aug. Stachoiski, living one mile west of Whitla, has a One patch of turnips and ruta bagas, as as otfer vegetables-; winter radishes weighing six. pounds. Who says we can't raise anything without" rain. The Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian church, meets at Mrs.-Olson's next Thursday, Nov. 3rd. The school inspector for this dis- trict, from Lothbridge, was here, the Business is still brisk out here, as H. Nielson will go 7o Medicine Hat in a day or two for groceries for the Pioneer General store. Mrs.' E. H. Davis and Mrs. Barney will leave in a few days for Seven Citi-. Persons, where they will stay [or a few days. Mr. Barney has {he con- to -be the growing district of the south. All should come to Minda ioi: good land. Don't throw away your old 'tires or tubes, however bad they are. Automobile TIRES TUBES VULCANIZED CENTRAL CYCLE REPAIR WORKS 33fa Eights Ave. E., Calgary. past week and expressed as the school and j WHITLA NEWS A. F. Dohcrty returned home with his bride last Monday evening. Tho family of G. Cork-It moved to Lake Saturday last. Frank Stimms and sisters are con- ducting aii eating house1 in the build- ing rctcntrly vacated bv E. G. Cor- let-t. E. A. Reyner re-turned home after an absence of several weeks, H. C. McDaniels and wife returned home on Saturday from wan. Mr. McDaniels has been running a threshihg rig. Thx> dance at the .new residence, four I miles south at John Olson's last j Tuesday evening, was a grand success. I Everyone' present report a most en- I joyabic time. I Miss Pauline Col tic attended readers' Convention at.Medicine ITat lust Thursday wd Friday, and re- GOOD BR is the only kind our bakers know how to make. Suppose you take) home a loaf, we know will then become a regular customer. Our loaves are light and always fresh. CAKES AND FANCY PASTRY right from the oven, that will mako your rnoiith water to look at, anil taste even better. You can save -many a worry by ordering here. Ford St. Beside Fhe Hall Phone 1181 The quality goes in before The nawie goes on j Phone 102? or ask our sales- man GILMORE, THE F3AKER Russell Street. isforth Ward. If vonr -JL-JL---------------- the EXCELSIOR CAFE You can have aliything cooked as you like it. The only all white help cafe ?m the city. ;