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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIOGE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1909. PAGE NINE Milk River Budget Cowley. Nov. progress is being .made on church building- has been built on a good cement fduft cwitlv. Milk Kiber, Nov. and Mrs. the new Anglican j K. B. Luunn and formerly of The superstructure j Ohio, were visitors at Milk River rc- They tell of their perfect datiou, roofed in and sided. The satisfaction with Southern Alberta, work on the interior is being rushed i Mr. Umm owns a half section U'on- aod Kood hopes are entertained that i ty-fivc miles east ami lias just com-' the congregation will be able to hold'.plciwl a nice residence, barn and ina- their Christmas services in the new j chine sheds, and we imagine from building. I what we hear that things look verv homelike around his place. Mr. J. II. hustlinp; ag- Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Robinson are receiving the congratulations of their many friends on the arrival "in their {ent for the Kerr Land Company is family of a fine baby daughter, the Jon our streets with a number of first girl after a succession of seven North Dakotans who seem much pleas One of the oldest business firms in od with our new country awl are like- Iv to locate in our midst. Let the the General Supply, was dis- posed of some time ago to Mr; W. G-. Askey of Pincher Creek. The new proprietor arrived in town on the Rood work go is astonishing; beyond measure-how rapidly the coun try is settling up and it is only a question of time as to the future ol first, of the month ami took over the this part of.the world, business. j Say! isn't this a grand autumn? I W. Colpman of the late firm of Da- j ara i never saw a more beautiful I vidson Co., of the General Supply autumn. The ring of the hammer Store, left Cowley last week for; and saw can be heard au OVCr the B. C. Mr. Colpman hasjent.ire country and the clatter of the been a citizen of our town for a num Uvagon laden'will load after load of j ber of years, has taken an intelligent j iumber can be seen'going out i interest in every movement for the j to improve and make' comfortable advancement and improvement of on the prairie where one rear j town, and will be greatly missed, es-! oniy a sman shack stood and pecialiy by, the Anglican Church, in ,tnere couW be there are which he had taken a leading part, many_too numerous to mention, nice superintending the work of erection! and comfortabie farm houses and ifcbt up to the time of his leaving. We welcome to our town Mr. W. G barns inhabited by good citizens that any country should feel proud of. Askey, late of the Hudson's Bav Here and there can he seen the splen- Store at Pincher Creek, pur- chased here. did. teams of horses, and the best of the General Supply Store milch covfs are a Accessa- ry feature to make home life com- Mr. Askey comes to us well recom- mended as a first class business man and a good citizen of Pincher Creek, and he will no doubt put new life in- to the business of the old store and build up a good business for himself in Cowlev. His family is still at Creek but he intends to move them here as soon as a house can be Since the booth it is diffi- cult to secure a house in Cowler and "be may be compelled to build or fit >p rooms over the store. Rev. C. D. Campbell of Edmonton. for the Alberta Auxiliary of British -and Foreign Bible Socie- visited Cowley on Saturday last. remained in town over Sunday took the services in the Metho- Chcrch. in the afternoon and the Presbyterian Church in the evening. {Mr. Campbell is a strong and force- ful speaker and his sermons here will t not soon be forgotten by those who privileged to hear them. J After -the sermon in both churches -'be explained the aims of the societv lie represented. The British and For dpi Bible Society was founded over hundred years ago, in the year 3805. Its object from tbe beginning has been to furnish both the oW and Testament in their own tongue i to every native and tribe on earth. Bible in whole or in part has been translated and published in 107 languages and, dialects. In Ca- nada alone it is furnished in eighty of the many nationalities and Indian tribes within our borders. 900- -devoted men and 640 -women, call S ed Colporteurs arc employed and paid by the society to carry tbe many translations to., the doors of the ji They are sold at 40 percent "3 ol the cost of production or are grv- cn away gratis to any who wouM like to get a copy but--hare not the mon- ey to buy. So that like Salvation itself tbey can have tbe Bible with- fortable. Ye scribe and his better half spent a most enjoyable day at Mr. Thomas Tennant's last Sunday. Mr. Tennant is one among the successful ranchers of this part of the world, six miles south of Milk River. We cannot say too much in praise-of Mr. Tennant and know how to make! you teel at home in the good old way i of making everything pleasant, and j when you have to say goodbye you feel-as if you were parting with some one TOU have known from childhood: Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tennant is Mr. Tennant's grandmother, 88 years old. who is very pleasant and inter- esting, and although she has lived over her three score years and ten. she can go around the house and yard at her pleasure, and has a mind as clear and bright as any one many years her junior. Mr. William Mitchell has taken, charge of the Jones-Dill former manager Mr. Hoode, gone to Warner. Billy says he can get a weigh! with your wheat just the same as any old elevator slinger. Mr. Tonv McCoy and family of 25 mile's east of here, has moved into town for the winter. Saterlee and Lock, the live livery- men, are kept busy with their teams showing the comers and soers-the land around Milk River. Mr. Carl Halmrast has taken charge of the Ness' Hotel recently leased by him and is doing a good business, 4r out money and without price- As the books are tarnished at less half cost the balance is paid bv Mr. C. A. Hunt, proprietor of the Hotel Restauraurit, is plastering to make things comfortable for the win- ter. Miss Echo Hunt, who has befcx quite ill for some time, to say is improving. Mr. 0. Fitzmaurice, our energetic merchant, has made additions to His business. He says he- leels "Safe" when he retires he is hand- ling a new combination safe very inuch larger than -the old bus interested 'iness has grown needed more in tbe spread of the Gospel. For j room for the check book. w the sprea Menjantlle Co. arft lravelling agent i building a new ware house. emplovs a from Thev to tettinejneed more room. in their pearance of the town. j H _L our resident real es- o the evening service tate dealer, can be seen almost dailv the Presbvter an Church a union driving the land seekers to a i the denominations in j the town. He is sure to make -a held. A local Auxiliary success of the real estate as formed with Rev. i he has the. location. Don't allow the thought or was was of the Presbyterian Tvor secretary. These with one del- from each of the churches will in.e; of the modern type to start at once, and a school to open by -Tanu- forin the Executive Committee and ary the 1st, look 1910. HOTEL HAD NARROW ESCAPE Smiths Falls, Nov. ll.-The Central Hotel at Jasper village had-a narrow from destruction by fire early The. inmates were smoke which filled the __ 'Che blaze was in a coal shed at rear of the hotel and thought to have-been of incendiary origin. The hotel was badly damaged. escape this raoming. HAVE BETTER FIGURE London, Nov. Alberta and Great Waterways issue of five per cent, first mortgage has txien over subscribed and opinion is expressed by prominent financiers that the province of Alberta had not been well advised in making an issue a i 4 1-2 per cent. They should have i done much better. Edison Phonographs Are sold at one price all over Canada. We pay the freight. Why send away and pay extra f We have a big assortment of mach- ines and records NOW The Letlibridge Sporting Goods Company Killed By FURS FURS MEN'S BEOWN BUFFALO regular Moving sale price MEN'S BLACK BEAR Moving sale price...........................; MEN'S BLACK BTJLaARIAN Mov- ing sale price MEN'S COON COATS "Worth 25 per cent. more. IN FUR LINED beaver shell, dogskin lined, brown buffalo collar. A snap at Moving sale pr. fr IN FUR wool shell, muskrat lined, genuine Labrador otter collar. Worth in any store in Canada Moving sale price LOT NO. finer quality shell and collar. Worth regularly Moving sale LOT NO. pure French beaver shell; very dark eastern rat lining; No. 1 otter collar. Regular quality. Moving sale price LOT NO. fiineat French beaver shell made, No. 1 Russian rat lined. No. 1 otter collar, very deep. This is the finest coat made in Canada. A regular Moving sale price NO. 1 QUALITY BEAVER. at less than whole- sale price. -Special price, this week OVERCOATS IN ALL WOOL GHEVIOTSr-Buttoned to the neck; plain or auto style; a new lot just in. Prices A marked them at moving sale price. YOUTH'S ATJTO regular Moving sale price NEXT TO HI8 WIFE, A MAN'S UNDERWEAR IS Hit CLOS- EST FRIEND SILK FLEECE LINED, regular 90c. Moving sale price .050 GREY WOOL sizes. Regular 90c. Moving sale MEN'S SUITS MEN'S FALL .the popular shades and fancy mixtures. Hand tailored and serge lined suits thut were and Moving- s-ale price. This week 1 6 00 onlv MEN'S HATS ID dozen ne-w stiff hats just arrived from New York. 15 dozen soft iiats, just arrived from New York. All the newest shades and blocks. SEE THE LATEST Dish Brim and Negligee Hats. A. regular S3.50_ hnt. Sale price SPECIAL PRICES ON OUT SOME LINES REGARDLESS OF COST. price BSc STANFIELD'S PUHE WOOL Red sale price Blue sale price Black snle price.....................- The Finest They Moving- sale pr. SEE THE SPECIAL line of pure wool we are offering ...-.90C OPENED TO-DAY OVER 90 DOZEN FRENCH FLANNEL SHIRTS, With Collars and without, and with reversible Collars, 100 Madras and Dim- ity Shirts Regular Mov- ing sale price............ 100 Percales and An- derson Gingham Shirts. Regular price Moving sale pr. 100 Shirts, worth Moving snle price ............65c pure silk, fancy and plain poplins. Regular 35c. Sale price ...............12 1-2c MacLEOD BROS CALGARY AND 317 CRABB ST., 1 The Great Clothiers of The Great West 1 We expect to Move into our New Store on Round Street November 20th 5 r www ;