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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Paste 12 THE LETHBEIBGE DAILY HERALD IHTi The Home Furnishers BOW ISLAND NEWS J. A.-Douovan left on Tuesday on a snort business trip to North Dakota. :Mr, Thorson has'made an addition to his residence.' A A. Nelson- returned on" Tuesday irom-Ectrnomon where he has been working for some time. 31 Leary aud Miss Leary ot visited; here will soon be as rare as generous farm- ers in Ontario.' Messrs. Coweil. et ills, came in from Nanton on Wednesday last. Air. John Tibaittjs Is operating his well auger in the RecLDeer country; vQsie Messrs. Lawrence Tibbetts. b'abe Cox. A. Johnson and A. Ode- .sard are piucmg; up nay -in the 3as- few of last jsano -Ac- R' M- Paul in Brooks a few The most- perfect blending of col- ors ever displayed in Jute and fibre. Euo-s of all sizes. t .Yerv handsome screens in various colors and designs. Well worth your wMle to inspect these beautiful goods before are all gone. "They make lovely, as -well as useful presents. frank Sutton aud: family .will b_ eupv the Donnelley cottage durina tne tGa-Vrf Hyal j essence of'Mr aud Mrs. Donne.llev in and who have a Jarge order and discing r'or the C.P.R. The: school at De Forrest'is com plete. and "furnished, and "Jacks only a ror, winter c R. Hands moved his family" ef- is into tne Breckeuridge house lor toe Hands will occupy his Oid stand ax tne -8ow' Island "Mercan- tile Co. teacher to. begin operations. made a fairly 'good "crop in Tn.- Rge. 19. this year, rains Sutidn'scfJ His share V'the' helping out. wonderfully.' ROLLING GREEN NEWS ploughing are a thing ot" the past in'the neighborhood This' reminds one ot wintw.i' and most people are preparing fox new school completed. post oSice building to Hopkins on, i ruesaay, and has goae. jsnip wjth C. Smith, makin jaest shops In the district: i -AHOiiier ot -our popular young .'busi- [ces< tneu, Harold -L'.. Beanie joined, the [ranks 'of the -benedicts, in a simple -ine nonie of certainly be a credit to lite-' "of tfce Dri'cte, .Miss Lizzie Simpson. r. and.Mrs, JSeattie lei: on Thursday. Poinl of Superiority 'in a McGiary's Sask-Alta Steel 'Raiige is .the lift, top'and-broiler adjusted" easily .Jbyi a. simple cold handle. See-the -ior.receiyingi-ycur broiler, or for. all smoke and. odors are chimney .an'd out or the kitchen-. The same" tog remains down, leaving an oblong .opening -I 7 desired. A trustees'.and contractors when-finish- f. We-hope to have it opened in'the to spend their honeymoon on .v, tneir homestead-near .Vlaeleo'd. IvJr.j Henry ,Petry "and little (laughter, of JBeanie is. inan.iger of the Beanie Colo., are visiting at Mrs.'s. ;F. i bracion Hve'ry Stable, and one i most progressive and energetic of our j of ilrs, N." Barrow's-, I citizens, and" MES. .Beattie one nope to-soon'see her u- ast charmingyoung ladies. Best round again. SOMETHING lor NOTHING it OUT Almost Ready Santa Glaus. Headquarters Gome aim. if voii can. D Red Doss Drug and Book Co, ton-Oct. girl, Mother and [emid are-doing well. Mrs. Beatrice Martin been on j the sick- this: week, -but is on the I mend. now. iliss Low of Cancangay is spending the week with friends in this locality. the fa.c-t-.Oiai Thanksgiving and Hallowe'en-canie-' on -the .same day, the latter was not celebrated with the same ..vigor as it usually is. Uuess the young folks indiilged a iittle too heavily for dinner. _ Grr.drove to Cannangay on i-nofsdaylast and took in'the social ;and; mock trial. He, returned Tuesday, Miss Low accoBipanying-.hnn. Mr. and Mrs. Acliambio took Sunday. Uinner .with. Mr. and Mrs. ilcBrayne. Otto Sterns and _YJr.' McBrayiae were business visitors in. Carmahgay Thurs- day. Mr. Coleman's eldest daughter died, at Ms on the cana! on Friday j'ist ot typhoid fever. Mr. Coletcari has closed .-camp' and is returning to inis "home near Naiiton, -w-heve the re-f mains vrill be--taken for buria.1. ilrs. Easter is very ill this week. "Anton .Ostigard.is back on his home- stead after a confinement iii the hospital at-.Cannangay- with 'the i lever; 1 ...Mrs. James Parke and daughter left i Wednesday for Milton, N. D., they intenir'spending two months HIGH RIVER (From the' Times) DID, YOU KNOW That our Repair Dept- has a -well deserved .-reputation for executing the most reliable repairs. Clocks are very un- certain iu -their action this and. guess at the time Quite a bit. If "you hare a clock in your house suffering in "that: manner, let our Repair Department, take it in "hand 'and "yoii" may be" sure of ob- taining' satisfaction. Then again, if you have any article of jewelry that wants repairing, bring it we Avill be "pleased to fis it for you. Charges moderate. E.A.EWKRT _ Round St.; I" .Oliver Block I and congratulations 'are extend i ed to tje happy younsr couple. ;i "Air. ot Gary, Al- jta.. are visiting .MrJ Campbell's parents north, of the city... There are several cases of small pox reported" amone the children; Mrs.. Henderson and iittle ;Miss Hen- accompanied Rev, Hen-rt'erson to Sunnj'vare on Sunday, v.-here" tiiej were the guests 01 -Mrs. T. 3. Hands. 'i'he pall.'1 given by the oand boys at --Hoaslin's specious .new store building- 'on was one of the1', most enjoyable occa- sions in the' history of Bo-tr Island, and an immense success in every tvay. The music consisted of several; s el ec- jtions by the Citizens Sand of Bow.. 1s- land, which is splendid tvprk. j arid a special drca'estra consisting ot" Miss MyrUe BaJter and the" 'Ri'gg Bros. !The country towns I vrere well and over, one t hundred tickets were sold. -Tlie -pro- iceeds will- be." used for the purchase. of band suits lor _the members. A vote 'of thanks i was rendered to- Mr. Hpag- GRANUM (From the for 9 'ing, Tvhlch.. was beautifully .deceraled. lor.the.occasiony---. V Mr, .Bratton's Ranch. near Macleod, Tvas a guest of H. JL. iJeatrie a fetv days.of.last The -Alberta Tclepnone linemen are E'OTV busy in the district' Tlie Episcopal-cHurch .was formally in a short time" tie long looked dedicated on Tuesday, November' 1, rural service, by the Right Rev. Bishop Pinkiiam. will be in use. "-1 a. C. Bishop of CaJ- for The nns premises R'GSE'MEAD'TIT BITS Nov. Nicholson of Portage la Prairie is visiun this "wesk. fete Hobiliard finished liis Ma IWIM_ ___ _ en -.iie ean'ai Tuesday of "this week. :hiin. in the meantime smashing up the Of our splendid district. Miss LOTV, who has been visiting at' furniture, breakin; i.n, Mr. Hans Hanson. -R-hlle Archambois, returned Ac-He at Carmangayon Monday. The iJanf'1 -5 Rosemead Is evening son so far. iargest ye' ''jLJiA-inwsae- first class gary, accompanied by the. Rev. H.'A. branch of: the Bank '.of Hamilton are of and Rev. P. C: c and' also Rev. H. 11. in charge. house and commenced _ to sion of the banir's' faith in the future! was tfie guest of honor, at 'a very pleasant at home at Whinnount, the spacious residence of Mr. and Mrs. -B. Putnam has asain resumed on his homestead near t A num ber of our citizens took, "aci- vantage of the wind storm on Saturday Nbyember. 5, .-to go to 'town. .Guess they .all" arrived back safe. ;Jlr.; Glov aays this v service and it gives it than -w31' -show, and tiial; it "combmes" ecoiiomy in. long' Address the'nearest :McClary Jlr.; Glover; 6C Raymond, spent a few The- adies' Aid-, of one Star 'Dis- the home of Mrs. Rice on "October 26." There were quite -a After the -regular j. St. H.3.. .1 transacted the "foil owing oiceryrere elected: President. .Mrs. Hat.cn vzsit, in-- Taber, ii-. Mrs, Hooper, Mrs. Oden- Victor, Cr.-Mrcftesseault.'; and "Will- A delicious lunch was by the hostess. It was decid- were 'out-on- ed.to meet at Mrs. J. Oden's on Wed-1 .9. when they 'win oegin the- study '.of -the, book entitlec- "The .Story .-oi the or Mission' looking at. W ..from IKI to 1906." JJernagtbn .brought in. :'on- Sunda ).--Hooper has returned from. Cal- gary, where he spent the last couple of months.- j j. sseager" has returned-borne .after spending a few days -with friends in F. Petry. lost, a valuable-cow- last week.' Martin Anderson and family have moved to where they will spend and all father. Tbc wheat fields throughout the ber of rigs on his way. all oi vrhieh in the wee hows'of the morning be- j -1hail Vney do today, and lore-Tie strains of Home Sweet Homejthe is at all favorable 'durins: would-be recognized by the dancers, j the coming winter the iarmcrs 61 i Richard Hemphill was a business i High River iiistrict will garner one j visitor in Taber this week. j of tic best crops 'Uarvested in the his- j Harrv Reynolds of Bowvilie. is on! of vest- The farmers i T 1 iabouts are ,verv optimisTic, and nave i c.d near-Lost Lake now. With P' WenS' iiis and right On the highway" lav his !tne past montn- returns 'tfi her home if money. [on .Monday. I on The ladies of the Methodist Church win a Thanksgiving dinner on the Yankee Thanksgiving, November and are preparing for a big time, message from Tula says that ther .Mr. Sutton has moved his" barber 'MANY BERRIES DISTRICT "John H. Neilson has been busily en- gaged- fixing up a new door in the cellar of the Pioneer general which has improved it greatly. S.- Paul has -been busy for the last few days preparing- coal and wood for the- winter. D. -Cooinbs and jerry Wllkins re- turned, from Medicine Hat on Wednes- day last. Herringtor. .went to the coal which is located in the John Day oid rancii, which-is now owned by D. .McLean, but unrorturrately for him he' happened to knoelc out one of th" Mrs. G. A. Cobb. who has been visit- which let down a portion of the held him down, by tho He escaped without injuries owing to the help given by F. Loose, Mr. J. W. Reid has made proof on mim- his homestead mis SUiCiDE ATTEMPTED St. Petersburg, Xov. displayed RosemeaC, Xov. to Mr. irs. ilartin H.enclTicKs of Roseineaci, is unusually large. ordinary'faith ;n ;Countess Tolstoi twice attempted sui-lsaop in with _____ country The area under fail i Dr drowning through a hole 'jin the ice. Better luck with your you have a "Happy Thought gaessir.3 contesi ever in- vented beats baking day for un- cerrainty. JU'ter you have mixe'J the tnsreuJer.ts for your cake, or batch of or whatever i-: you refer :o your iJioJ.. it sj.j'3 glibly ansivcred unless you have a HAPPY THOUGHT with its transparent oven door, whence 3pou can observe the process of cooking: without cooling the No more pullteg out your cake prematurely ;o iaspec; it range anywhere which will prove a "greater help in its 'several exclusive points advantage than the HAPPY THOUGHT. You buy a range only once 4r. a great while, madam'. "Why make sure of your distinc- tion as a sood cook .by having ?et .a ho: to thrce-qiiaftors of an The question at once arises In' your mind, "How am I to Imow whether my oven Is hot for three-Quarters of an to be sufficient And the question remains UH- and1then have your eager ex- pectations dashed by finding that in so doing it "fell." Or that your biscuits have sor.e "Hut." If you aim to be a good i'ook you want certaincy to tsJtc the place of uncertainty in cooking results, you won't find a the HAPPY THOUGHT co-oper- ate with you town. success? Investigate the HAPPY THOUGHT at your ask your friend who has one. may be surprised-to hear iu but we sell most' of our stox-es rhrou.ch the rc-commendatlon oi one friend to another. Tv'e have an interesting little book that send to The William Buck Slovc Company, Limited, Braniford. inyone who writes for it. OEO. H. LING AGENT FOR LETHBRliJOK C. Thompson, who has .been in Saskatchewan with Ms threshing outht. has returned and says that this was a good season with him in that "over some expect 5. Sope 'tliey- ''OTeJ.successf nl'" in get- of., worii-oxen sold to -A. 1L-. about when_hei-js fat he -will iveighj Deiween -2200 anii liSOG pounds. Large assortment-. oL :tfie newest designs Cement Opposite of-Eagle-'Butts will preach' JPioJieerfgeneral store i services at 10.30 aim. aY .school ..run. preached at the resi- on Sunday last. xx cf this district has returned home "after visiting some trlenjfls Jlontana'.; She says 'she' Is her old 'neigh- :'ln an automobile-.acciifcenl near Wal-; nmed, John T. Sill-and: -Sob: mson, of this city.} we're -Seriously, in- jured. A- colony of 'bees-tobx the of the Lutttefaii. cent ll Creek, t peep at _thte' results1 _ labors leads" tire to- neve there are "at" -le honey stored a way-theref Mr. and Mrs. Falrburn. who have. been in Saskatchewan, for the past tnree months, returned on Saturday. we are slad to see them back-again. .to unload-the logs at the foot of the A heavv snow storm visited us on Wednesday, and the wind quite a gale, but the Chinook soon cooked it. James Oiquist visited Grassy Lake tc-day. _ KINNONDALE NEWS iell on Thursday for the largest portion of the..day. People i ougnt-to set busy and prepare for the winter, lor it looks like the winter naa "Started. H. .Eowdie .has returned from Jled- with a Tvagon load of mer- chandise'for tne Pioneer general store: u. McCormick of Seven Persons and homesteader of this district, and Jas. were at the Cypress and- -got a good load of logs, but on account of the heavy snow they had and they landed- at the Pioneer general store on Tiursday, they, had to stay over night. T, J. Coombs has been busy 'digging post- holes for his new barn, will measure 24- by US-feet. .Work has been going on -briskly on JA. R. '.Marchesseault's barn. It A novel andw original method of eel-1 will." be the largest, barn in this dis- earning Thanlcsgiving and Hallowe'en tnct. vOn account 6. ths recent snow was follov.-ed by a number of. people on -Monday last. A number of friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. -M. Paul, as; being central and roomy. Tlib ladies brought their sup- plies with them, ancl all sat down to a co-operative .for var- iety and quantity excelled what-any storm.work, was suspended for a day or so, which prevented them from completing it ibis week. Frank Loose and Frank Herrington are- busy -getting out their winter's supply of coal. V.-G-. Marchesseault, John H. Neil- son and Pete Blair went for coal to tin one alone could have spread. TheUiie big mine and after working. bard were invited to come and for about four hours succeeded in get' get a "square." About fiity people panooh, and the affair was voted a great success. A little -dancinij after supper furnished tiie appetite neces- sary to a picking of the hones and clearing up of J.hc fragments: -Mrs. M. Larontaine is "Staying with Jier mother. Mrs. F. 0. Cox. Mr. is expected shortly to take up residence on hjs claim. several new settlers have moved in lately; Mr. Johnson on 35-17-19, and -Mr. A. Thompson on Filings and crveeiiatipns are frequent, nncl a neighborhood a big load of first class coal. JKerrington has sold to A.-R, Mar- chasseault. a big yoke of work. which He brought on Sunday last" If yen want good land just nornt down" here to Manny Berrios for re have tiie land or tne grain growers o{ isunny Alberta. While riding over tho prairie Arthur bodie had the misfortune to sprain v.is ankle on account of his horse stvimbl ing with him, but we hone to see him around again shortly, John H. Neiisor. of t.ho Pioucer 31 or-? AncwEdisoB Tfee''greatest of'all sound-repro-" dii tin e beautiful; -w :af tisticaljy as it is mogipus and natural j both Edison Standard': and; :j Edison comes in either Mahpgany has drawers for holding- Records. The There are Gotctlia _ nearest .ir.d hear tho Edlsoa rhonoprRpIi play J bolti Edison Standard nurt Kdison Amberol Rec- ords. Get coroj-ltw caUlogn from yocr dealer cr Td Me. EilUon .ArnheTol Kecorils (piny 63c. EOlson Grand.Opora, Jitcorele. tsc. to NATIONAL PHONOGRAPH CO. 100 Are., N J., U.5.A. J. G. Bofeertson Co, Ave. o. ;