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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHPSIDGE DAILY HERALD. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1909. letMmdge Herald Patterns T-a acquires a flavor under the peculiar climate of Ceylon cansot be acquired anywhere els. on earth. The dclioate grance and (ieiigirtful aroma of SALADA' that RANGES will please you like it! Buy a package today from your grocer. FOR f RUBBERS T FELT SHOES For the Herald's First An- nouncement Of the Candi- dates In the Prize Contest MADE IN BOTH CAST AND STEEL and save you 5, labor and r in everv telling all about ihem-a post card mil bnng tf. HAYR BROS., Local Agents Matured by The WM. BUCK STOVE CO. LTD., THURSDAY IS THE OUR LETTER BOX. DAY! i---------------------------' the read 3IOS LADIES' NIGHT 'GOWN PARIS PATTERN NO. 3108 All Scarns Allowed This dainty night sown is oi sheer, nainsook, the round neck and elbow sleeves simply finished by buttonholed scallops and embroidered dots, with a 'row o'f slashes below through which the ribbon is drawn to regulate tae A center-back seam assists in Divine; comfortable, graceful shap- ing The usual materials may be used in the making, such as Ions- and .cambric, and narrow "lor edging may'be lor trun- ;1ming. The pattern is in 4 inches bust measure. For -inches bust measure the night Trill require -If yards Of material _3fc wide or .4 yards-12 inches wide 3-} yards ot ribbon. Price ot pattern, 10 cents OVERSHOES i JL OF EVERY DESCRIPTION GO TO ,v while the contest la just start! -NEXT TH.NG TO A Y. M. C. A. 1U, place yourself hi the ranks of the Editor Herald candidates "for the Herald's prizes. Dear .members of No one has as yet any advantage over; Youn_. Clut, of this city T 1 vou In fact, the contest has not> with much interest the letter m ycs- i'-eallY With the announce jterday's paper signed "One of the mentoi the- names on Thursday there j.Felknvs" and take.advantage of his will be a merry scramble for votes., text to lct him and the general pub- The ballots published in the Daily j lic know something of what is Herald counts lor five votes, the ones to meet the necds that a "X.M..J C.A. would supply. j Although it.has.not been very wide- ly advertised as yet owing to some delay in completing arrangements, it has'become generally known through, the press and otherwise that theji- M.C. exists, and that it has fairlv AtL THIS WEEK in the Weekly Herald bc'ins: eood for j ten votes; and -these little counters, should not be overlooked. When you i ask old subscriber for the ballou, I vou demonstrate that you are willing t i to take the small as well as the .rreat Later this same subscriber will likely make a renewal payment in order that you may get votes numbers. 01 course, Amateurs FLASHLIGHTS-'! durins the winter months. 4. A wide field is open m this way'when it J 5 cold out o! 'ioors- "kast- j- man Flash Sheets .provide a handy ami soft light for 7 i D'door work AL8ERTANS AT DRY FARMING CONGRESS _____ '1 (D. W.. Warner in Alberta Homestead) This is the second time that the Lethbridge district has taken first on -Uberta red winter wheat, and the Lethbridge district certainly owes "rreat -deal to Mr. McNicol for. che skill and energy he put into his suc- jcessful effort to place their district I in possession of the great honor o. i winning three firsts on-winter whoa, iat an'international fair, with such j hot competition as he.had to contend _, the Albertans v.-as inot. larcLi subscribers are the ones most sought alter, but a hustling candidate will well-equipped club rooms in. the base- ment of Wesley church.. It is not a denominational affair and is open -o everybody. The Club has a secretary and 'physical instructor who givts his wholj? time and attention to this u AV .work. .He is one of 'the- best in the au the NEW names. If you enter couixtry, and up to the time of his the contest in this spirit, vou comiBK here was assistant physical the qualifications of a winner. i director of the Winnipeg Nominations Coming in Freely d is making a .great success of his While nominations may be made i symnasium classes here ifto thvou4out the contest, yet you must; Club has shower baths and the advantage of iall thc apparatus that it 1 .....-.....'roorA for. The reaamg ami writ- BED LOUNGES, Regular OILCLOTH DINING CHAIRS ROCKERS RANGES, ,45c for for .30c for for STOVES and HEATERS at, 35 per cent. off. Come and see us and you trill find us the cheapest Store in the City. The Golden West Furniture Co. OPPOSITE HERALD OFFICE uut a. 'take everything in. sight-ballots for 3 and 10 botcs, renewals, and above all, iricr.uK T -11 Candidates will be, announced. It will them a great deal m 'whom they -ive member, there are many people whob, motto is "To-morrow. inu- room are all day and c open to all the fellows every day of the A Record Trip (Calgary Herald) From Calgarv to New York in hours is a record that will not be ex- ceeded in a long time it is thought: (That is the time .which'the officials 'and gentlemen connected with the Al- COAl SHIRTS eopes rag Store NORTH WARD. w. p. J. ALEXANDER, Prescription Expert Druggist Optician Night Bell v cautM for to any purt of tlie ciiy. OL t-llC AiDtM'UUia was. is a very practical and sue-' them_havc they, wade Look success athletic classes yet. and time to commodate .still more classes. With regard to the feeling of I Bcoplc OL Lethbridge towards a to say that the pub- tne gOing from here to .New York in or- der to meet the steamship for Ens- I land to send-the bonds over. Two i weeks ago last night, at 19.30, these g to- put up one and; gentlemen. Messrs. Clark, the theja_re promoter. Deputy treasurer are (Macleod Saturday residence tiser) bv the promise .from the chair thcv would in duriris-the sessions. INext w H Fairfield, manager of the Dominion Experimental Farm at Lath bridge, where he has-been carrying on dry "farming experiments alon 1 lunc equalize q divided into and the two com The districts compete for v uxn_ i u. i T T i mittee of Western. Canada are plan- manager the A-VG-. W: rsil- Inins to open a campaign j p_ c o! Calgary, and i the near future, and the solicitor of the company, irrtp will have an-opportunity to help Calgary on a with a good Y-M. j tracl, aQd w_tt_ the engineer the Y.M.C. instructions to" hit the pace- easy as an old their .looks launder better style and, mart' ness tp'them. compri7.cs the City j LADIES' WORK APRON PARIS PATTERN NO. ;2269 All Seams Allowed Dotted or figured Hit ii ".--v j out -that. his caller of; Saturday was a fraud'and had no authority-to bor-i 1 row the horse. Mr. Glass at once.j the. matter in ihe hands of the the fellows by C.A. In the meantime is open to all. Thanking you. Mr. Editor, for .the space given this letter, we remain. ise f i Yours "in the interests of the young No 2 comprizes 'all -terri-1 mcn 0{ Lethbridg, toH- outside of Lethbridge; j The Y. M. C. -Executive. further information call on or j Room; _ iQi-y ENGINEER RtPblES dailv TO CITIZEN'S QUESTION ConUst Department is open -dam -w [ron am. until n Satur-i LcthbridBe, :Alta.. Nov. lo." 1900. dT-'until 9 p.m. TO .the Editor Daily Herald: negliges FARM LABORBRSj this stvie. The apron will be found very useful while performing anv lit- tie household duty, the square .etc either side or the front being con- vement for holding dusters, and stow- 'Waway any little article that is iound out of place while tidying up the" room- The pattern is in 4 sizes -32 36, 40 and 4-1 inches, bust mea- sure'. For 86 bust the apsm requires yards of material 27 inches, wide. or 3-x yards 36 inches wide. Price of pattern, 10 cents already been issued for the arrest _____ this individual who had forged a; ers introduced by the cheque. He had been traced to Card- jFort Ind. was ston and in all probability has pass- j Atncrican ed over the line. _ iresol Previous to this the same individ- i another neighbor, a :cotton workers of Texas and more suspicious laborers of the The j colds- We oo SUNDIAL Mayme on They both have severe hope they will recover to 'letter zen'! in your issdc of Nov. (1) The average cost of "Citi- 13th; of single up. They had 63 hours to make. New York and they had a clear track for i the special as far as Minneapolis. i Setting New Marks Engineer George Bailey, one of the j best known engineers in Western Ca- inada, whipped the train out of Cal-j i gary and opened up for the east, i I some times he was making world's- records, 57 miles of one stretch be- ing made in 37 minutes. .The time to Medicine Hat, 182 miles; was 2 hours and 58 minutes, less than a mile a minute. Minneapolis was reached in 24 hours Try this coat and. you'll never go backtotheover'ths- head kind. In ah good patterns and t r tn nnn tier mile- Strain travelling at a rate OTrCSS SKV1W among bachelor, who than Mr. Glass and when he asserted that his horse had run away whilst 2-ate, and asked for was another K. Engen has purchased rro. MinneapoHs to Chi- cacu anu i.-h-n took right fabrics. Ask for the r-d for the script letters. Makers, Berlin i TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS. Toronto, Nov. 11- Proceedings were commenced at Osgoode morning for injunction to restrain; the municipality of Port Arthur: from en- tering into agreement with the; Hy- dro-Electric power Commission .for supply 'of power. Application was rr J _ _ n peo. use his own. This bit of wisdom saved him a horse and cause a good deal 3090 L-YDIES' JERSEY BASQUE PARIS PATTERN NO. 3090 All Seams Allowed j This smart design is one of the Iat- j est things out. It is cut on the most, graceful lines and fits like a glove. The closing is at the back ..nd the pattern provides for either round or pointed outline at the lower edge. "The one-seam sleeve is put into ohe armholc with slight gathers and fits the lower arm closely, extending over me hand in a pTmt. Silk jersey clotn in tl i iile was u. roitlv steering the convention out What seemed to be a warm corner. r -K Vmnni has purciiaHeu ,f ana irum there thc party took Mr. o. K. Lngui P !car bam for elght cars W0uld cost To Gco. Logan and fam-1 strcct railwav coulditravel on this train discussionUly aie spending the winter at Staf- ford's mine. ___ plant by adding another between Cycago and set and another boiler to the occurred heart fa sympathy of u M Jno. Duskli a further in eoming to loads oi services' are conducted v; b. Ingram's by Rev. McComb. He will hold services there again on Nov. 21st at 3 o'clock p.m. _________ of a s central point in which a motor generator set cost of at least j Whether the street railway is owned and operated by the city or a private left the train in New York at 7 o'clock Monday morning following. made'on hehalf of George G. Horri- gan, Port Arthur. Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov. 9.-There iors that the shortage in the department.of the Big Four ;ght about by the alleged de- of Charles L. Warriner, de- er 'of the road as two million doTlars when the interrogation; Warriner by his superiors and others coW settlod in JlKU a CD1U. system, it will take several days meat given out last night confirmed the report that the shortage would probably reach Officers of is added to from time to time to han- teni in a nattiral and healthy con- additional detail, tion. lllii Ul LliVxJ" in the most beautiful shades or cu- tawba deep prune color and seal brown! as well as black. Soutache braiding, embroidery and jet arc all used in th9 decoration. The pattern is in 7 sizes, 32 to 44 inches bust mea- sure.- For 36-inch bust the basque will require yards oi.material 20 inches 2i yards inches wide or li- Price of pattern, Skin Diseases. Under this name such troubles asJSalj Rheum, Eczema, Shingles, Psoriasis, Scu- tions, Boils, Pimples, etc.. I Skin diseases, as a rule, are not rous but are unsightly, irritating ost prevalent during the Cough nt-vvr h. mnm-cl lor it. All that a Ctle of Chamberlain's Remedy- Marry, motners a.e tiiem- Sold foriffeblpi J no dan o" TO QlSCiioC cyviiavj For 36-inch bust the basq o diseases it is necessary require yards oi material .-u strictly all the laws of health. wide yards 2-1 inches wide. regular action .of the bwete; ards'27 inches wide, 1-J- yards 3B j avoid js wide or li- yards 4- w taking Burdock Blood Bitters, which unlocks all the secretions, and ff lil An B4SSANO LOTS SOARING (Gleichen Call) Bassano is rapidly becoming a live town indeed it may be said to be booming least as far as the sale of estate is concerned, and also in the matter of building construction. Since early last spring prices ot lots haYe raised- over each in some portions of the new town. A. C. Weaver was in Gleichen Tucs- ing stated that last Mr. Patton, of the firm of Patton Weaver, bought a Tot for and Tuesday morning sold it for an advance of This firm has three sections .of land close Bassano and already has 700 acres in crop. Mr. Weaver also states that the Canadian Development Co. refus- ed per acre last week for 60 acres adjoining the Bassano town- site. unlocks all the secretions, y-xxi bv acting on the entire system. Mis. E. M. Myere, East -L. Had -f- writes Salt Rheum think there is anyow So. Years, -f- in this Dominion can recommend Burdock 4 A 4 4 i -f- Blood Bitters more Tj'l i can. I suffer- terribly with Salt Rheum and did everything For curioeity I bought BIX Jotlles oi Burdock Blood Bitters, and it completely Burtoct DIOW othcri to by T, MUburm O, Limited, THOMAS GIBSON Of Toronto, Secretary and Treasurer of the Reorganized Lake Super- tor Corporation die the work put, upon it. The supplying; of such power would be an advantage to the. City Power Plant operation in several ways. j (3) The present power plant could j i not be used for power purposes when J j ihe new plant, is completed as all i equipment in the preset j ed to the new station. _ j 1 Hoping that this is the information desired, i I an yours truly. C. M. Arnold. j City Engineer, j 30---------------------- A REAL ESTATE DEAL AT COLEMAN (Coleman Miner) T Crahan, the manager of the Mi- chel hotel has bought the quarter sec- tion just east OL Coleman. f- perty formerly belonged to the Alber- ta Railway and Irrigation Company. The purchase price for this splendid property was new owner expects to dmde this property into city lots To this end "Bush town" will he cleared and drained and thc property put into a saleable condition.________ Windsor, Ont, Nov. 15.-Final re- turns in North Essex give WLlcox, Conservative, a majority of 77. dition. Sold by all druggists. to how he spent the money. CANADIAN RAILWAY _ Annual Eastern Canadian Excursions Daily During Toronto and points west in Ontario Montreal and points west in Quebec, also "in Ontario east of Pembroke, Egans- ville and Tweed Corresponding rates from and to other points Old Country Excursions Tickets on sale November 31st to December For Tickets, Berth, Reservations or Complete Information Apply to Agent, or S.B.MITCHELI J. E. PROCTOR Agent Agent Lethbridge ;