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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THB LETHBBIPGE'DAILY HERALD Is the Lamp of Real Beauty because it gives the best light" of all ;limps. The Rayo gives a white, soft, mellow, diffused on the eye because it cannot'flicker. ,You can use your eyes as long as yoirwish under the Rayo light without strain. ,1 The Rayo Lamp is low-priced, and even though you pay or for other lamps, you may get more expensive decorations but you. cannot get a bener light thin the low-priced A strong, durable shade-holder holds the shade on firm and true. This season's eew burner adds strength and appearance. Once a Rmyo User, Always One, Wednesday, November 9.1910. Dtders Exryjfctrt. If net at f tke nearest of ike WOMEN OF REGINA SMOKE? Tobacconists Say They Sell _ a Lot to- the Ladies the women oi Kegina, Nov. s. iar.uig to ine unn'Oiiiiv' example pel by society k-auera in ouier ity: li seems IIM; it irom a u piouiiueju- u nisi m ttjis city, 'me iroui viij coiuersc-iioa wai ui xuf past year AN ARMORY FQR PINCHER CREEK Movement in that Direc tion-- Poultry Show to Be Held Pittdier Creek, Nov. S it is per- missible, the adaption of the old saw- that "there's nothing too good for cit- the Irish" might be changed- in the cois- present instance to read "there's noth LCUO- ing too good for Pirieher fori the latest acquisition to this town is going ;o be an armory It all comes-' about from the good showing our re-; at! _....._._ _____ thei sturdy endeavors of Major A. C.'Kem FALL GRAIN LOOKING fo of considering the dry season. Tse Tall grain is looking aad the district as far ss the eye can reach is covered with a carpet f ettes to women in tht United" States green. Heathesbaw and Phillips, Jen- {has become so larse that it is sen and manv duaug A_______..... coasiaeraoiy tiuia t.'ie increaso cenliy organized made oi me lonuei y-t-ar over us preaeuvs- carnp this summer, backed by sor. Tne mcicaax.' iiuruig liie past sturdy endeavors of Major A. past year, acconuiuc to his. statement ?r'is at have 3, build- but it wouid DC. of _ that description erected here lias yea-- So wdl have these efforts succeeded _ _ jvidiEg iiis suppositions are cor-! that be- Jt been Uie moral social' conjuded an armory 2S x 41 leaders ivii! have anprlier topic j quiring iheir earnoai attention, j cigarette among women be built-, oa. a part of the Police vv- Reserve, embracing -two acres; inaliy set apart for the This is tin Piano We Gi ive last an auto .driven I jwiih O. Eich near 0. O. ;aaw ana rmuips, Jen- nas become so large that it is nass, Bradshaw Bros., i cpwiedged to be one ot the mainstays, er extensive farmers; J.'lat profits being Jmnrirorto reaiiiied on women's cigarettes, for hundreds of on women's cigarettes. of -beautifiU fall grain.. These j uleasing nicrure P uuv. mj onstratious of the; the women smoWng more, soil and the enterprise; stated s dealer, wiiea to: a'M it wm'dows at 'th The secretary and directorate ofj le Agricultural Society are at pro-' getting things into'shape for'the1 try show to be held in H in ton's j on Monday, 28th inst The num- ber of prizes offered lias been trebled an inducement which should create a in the number oerors any warning could be ARCH. LANGEVIN WAS I the. auto was running j FOR SPEEDING! very S.OWIT, and raj stopped before A Canadian Archbishop scorching any seriotis dainage was -done to the If it had been, going fast the fcsggy wonld doubtless have oeen orashed .to pieces and the occupants either Jdlisd or severely -0; some months past- toiler in the Union Bank at this place was given a farewell supper by a number of Ms---'admiring on night, prior to his leaving Hosmer. B. C. i He lias been poplar ivit-h patrons j of the bank the public since com- j ing here and all wish him success in' r____ _ I1CU" situation with the "Elk River' police officers and summoned to. court j content- to take the cheaper grades, In town rr.entioned. to" pay tlie tax imposed .on those through the land, in cneerful aefiance of all speed j themselves to the specfal b-ands laws, afterwards -being helC up Tjy two high prices, but in "many cases Second Prize New Seal Coat Value WHAT. SEEMED TO TO JBE A QUESTION IS NOW A GRATIFYING SUCCESS IT PAYS TO. BE LIBERAL WITH OUR TRADE ta BE SURE AND AK A. SOUTHARD is used by most men: Oiaer! -Buchanan's threshing' outfit TO-pay me tax imposed .on those as used b" most men: Oilier w- aucnanan's threshing outfit! L Haycock is m toTnr from his would -put a crimp on the aforesai-i' tobacconists also reported a heavier; ?OT away-with- bushels of near CaldwalL He is very en-1 is the allegation which OI W0ffien's cigarettes this rcat, 10. faours one day last week. A] stic over that district and thinks came from this Were of tlse tiatT tie engine supplied- thejreslue: fnt-m-o -e smoKins habit aiuon? -crompn J-.F t.'nic power, ID men being emDlovpd nn i an int tiKJuastic over that district and thinks it has a great future. Sir. Haycock is -a'large landoTPner there, having at jr-eBent about sis hundred acres, and has a deal pending which, if success- "_7rill give Mm 'another tract of Bpiendid land, consisting of nine hun- ttred acres, Tine watsr and an abun- dance of -Treed are both on his place, which, is fenced, and partly cultivates: .He. has about four hundred acres "of "all grain Trtiich looks ercelleni- Threshing in district is almost. over, .TheJ'digerent outfits sue-' cessftil' alti.onsh the -equal of those last year. The esti- mate up to date the total yield tnis year Is placed at about is-hich is very satisfactory, came from Slass., morning. TheT leading firore in :he case 5s Archbishop Langevin, of St. Boniface, was out driving with his bro- toer, J. N. A. Langevia, a civil engin- eer of Springfield. ;vigr. Langevin was on his way to Springfield, when an even stretch of. highway proving temptation, his .and were of tie 18 smoking habit among women city was OB. the increase. f this -fob- The Becker's ranch CANADIAN NEWSPAPERMEN G CONSIDERING MATTER 6F WATER Winnipeg, not to r of a nstv water supply Sq employed on the j a? account of how tt-e In- took" place -Hldrea were having cleanliness and Godliness instilled into their The rifle association service of D I besides 'being taught to wash quadron, 23rd -A. R. is now open cook- Encourajgingi progra IEATS ON SALE AT THE .RED CROSS DRUG AND BOOK STORE ;