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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHMIOOt. At MOT A, THUMOAY, NOVEMMft H, titt SUCCESSORS TO N ELSON FRASER Hams and Bacon We handle nothing but the best and that is Swifts Premium. Our Boiled Ham we get direct from Toronto twice a week. A Ham Slicer has been added to our list of new fixtures, which will enable us to turn our boiled him out to better satisfaction. Butter We receive ourtyitter fresh every weekfrom the Government Creamery. Why do so -many people buy it? Because they can always depend on it being fresh. Tartan Canned Goods Are the best that can be bought in the East. Having contracted for a large supply we can give you better prices than others can give you on lower grades. Are now located in their new and mosfc up-to-date store in the STAFFORD BLOCK, opposite the Dallas the largest and most complete stock of Fancy Groceries, Crockery and Chinaware in Southern Alberta. 21 We wish to thank our many customers for" their liberal patronage during our stay in pur temporary THE ONLY UNION STORE OF LETHBRIDGE Teas and Coffees We Tetley's and Kite Ribbon also our famous Decijula Tea at 60c per Id. We have all others excelled in the coffee line. We handle Chase Sanbornes, Gold Stand- ard, Brown Denies and Empress, Hartley Jams and Marmalade Are the finest goods on the mar- ket. We have strawberry, rasp- berry and black currant jam, jelly and orange marmalade in I Ifc stone jars. Once tried, waySviisedL We have jxist unloaded a carload of Trunks (EWalises The shipment includes a wide range in both style and quality A. Large Stock of Robes, Blankets Gloves Mitts The Prices Will Sait You Have -Just Been Received Edmonton, Nov. would the people of -Alberta do without, the telephone? was the question, which, was asked last !May, when the pro- j vinaal government took over the en- i tire system, but it may he asked now with stronger emphasis when it is considered what great progress has I been made in telephone extension dur- 4 i ing the summer months the present I year. That the department of public j works is meeting thu needs of the peo j pis is abundantly shown many whereas "now there are U65. Tuber, which has only.-: recently ac-i quired the service airclvdy has a local exchange with sixty telephones. Stpn-' cy Plain and Lament now have local exchanges with good lists of suhscrib ers. Other places throughout the pro viuce tire being supplied with cxchang es as their business increases suffic- iently to warrant it. Farmers Are Benefttted Probably no class oi people in the province realizes the wonderful utility of the telephone more than, tlie farm- ers. The farming communities of .Lac St. Anne, Wahamun, St. Albert, A. E. EASTON CO. BIG ALFALFA ACREAGE iled River valley in mon with in the Stc'i.i1: of .Vu j- nesota, are planning ti'iiaiii during the coming yea-. On sides of the river fodder been growing in favor ih> an nual productifin has iiici'tvi by Ir-aji.- an-1 bounds. D.iirym n have found, and are nov.- c'Hitiii'.ifiii.v liaving it doTnonstrated th-v.n alfalfa is rich in milk nnjil- iiies. In HKXi thon- wero'thirty alfalfa, :n vi.ry county thf yield v.-rj.-; a it ;i ton? to the tlu- rir'u i.iu--jr-i-noiji quality .-iluif.i ii'irly established it in p.l4ions of that stale wrine tho i- adapted to it. Haifa needs a- rathei rich foil, in time I think f the where the Foil is e. iy, iii'x-d with gravel, bo t.', ;ili- alfa." George Welsh, immigration cornmiBsioner. "Alfalfa is v.ihiabl-; for the diversity which it lu production of the stau-. jisut tb- var- iety offered to the in fftd- iniles of telephone lines that have been recently completed, by the im- portant extensions that have been contracted for. and by the large num- bers of .subscribers that have receiv- i-d the benefits of the telephone serv- ice. A large map. in the offices of the provincial telephone department at the parliament buildings shows at a i glance how clTectiveHv the cities, towns, and rural communities of the I province have been given the advan- tagc- of the telephone service. With the connection between Edmonton and Calgary to serve as the main line as it wore, there are branches and extensions running to all the cen- tres of population in the province. The entire system at present compris jes some miles of trunk lines j and about GOO miles of farmers" ru- ral linos. Jt is possible for F.dmon- ton to communicate with such dis- fanning country-past of Wetaskiwin is in touch with that city by means of .the telephone. Frurn Lacombe lines riiii' out to GullOLake and Bent- ley on the west on'd as iar a3 Stcttr ler on the east. Innisfail can be reached from. Penliold, Pme Lake, Hill Valley, and Lake View. Bidsbury a line runs out to Noapolis and Sunnyslupe. Calgary has communication to all the districts to the north far as Lloyd minister, south as far as Cardston, and west, .to Banff, ilaclcod can speak cast to Lcthbridge and west to Cale- moTi and south io Cardston. Leth- bridge taps the groat farming coun- r> i- umtgi, mu ticilt. (UIUHlli; LUUU- rmvillc and along tne line, are .k, _. itrj- to the southeast and wcst-bv the put in communication with Edmon- ,r I intlispensiblc telephone. toiK has communication t Capfefc Ml MMM Prtfts Exceed WfcyNotSfarta wHh Shamlro and Brosseau far be yond the Saskatchewan river, and with all intervening points. The great Biggcst program of the season places as Ix-'thbridtre, and to re- the Lyceum tonight. WoDdhall-DavidsDn Co. Ltd. 'SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS, MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS Are now located in the new Bowman Block, Crabb Street And are prepared to give prompt and o.-ireful attention to all orders and inquiries regarding Sheet Metal Cornices, Skyligfcs, Fireproof Windows, Metal Ceilings, Sliingies, Corrugated Iron, Eave Trough, Sheet I'on, etc. General Agents Pease Economy 3sd Victor Furnaces asd Registers Contractors are invited to investigate Prices and Stock Phone 142 BUDD" REED Successor to G. W. H. Keed Phone 211 C. SHUT DOWN RAILROAD N. R.'s Action Leaves Serious Problem on Gpose Lake Branch meke Money, is more plenti- ful now tliaii_at any other season, and you can good start before the New Year. A Savings ActtUt in the Union Bank of Canada will give -you a comfortable feeling of security and make it easier to keep on saving. starts aii account, and deposits of and upwards are received. Interest at the highest current rate is paid 4 times a year. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. VICTORIA SURGEON VERY ILL a-stroke of apoplexy is suffering from reive messages from these points with perfect clearness. The longest dis- tance in which cmnmuniral inn can had is beiweou LliVvilrninistd- Cardston, a distance of nearly 7'.n> miles. 600 Miles Constructed Since the first of May .i'jout miles of trunk lines and about -M') niUi-s of farmers' private lines an extra is in progress con- struction and f'nl- gi'iry j'.r.'l also T.etVi- and Of thr Eton to c-iiOuii r.tr, now os fiir ns Wet- tho extra line- In-twtyn the points is j-.t-nrly coin- ed and now in daily service from T'dmor.t .in Pemhinn and from j iv.oiUon lo Prosseaii and Shsitidro in the north fasl dislrjrts of A ic- torirt. In vo-.itii tnink iino has been cotupli'tied from Txs'ihhridgi) to Ta'oer and in Central Alberta from Dnyslar.d Sedge wick. Ii is only six months .igo that there wore thirty-five telephone you ever THE BOSTON LUNCH For a tasty meal served on the shortest notice. Lunches Put For Outing Parties Saskatoon, Mov" 17. The an- nouncement Hhat the new C.N.E. Goose Lake line, which 'built 75 miles from Saskatoon, would cease opera- tions, both passenger and freight traffic from today until next spring has caused great anxiety. Early this fall when the line commenced run- ning as far as its progress permitted. building material was rushed in and villages wjfih stores and elevators sprung up. All this developed upon the conviction that the line would operate permanently. The sudden shut down of traffic was entirely un- expected. At the moment there are between and bushr-ls of wheat ready to be moved. The fuel situation is also very serious. Scarcely enough coal to supply even he villngp of'Delisle has so far gone in. The board of trade is working en- ergetic-ally on the matter. The Traders Bank of Cnnada is .preparing to open here, having rent- prrn.'i.srs close to the postoffice on Second This'' makes eight banks in S.isknioon. Victoria, B. C., Nov. J. C. ,a noted surgeon as a result of hemorrhage of the brain. His con- dition is precarious. LUMP SALT for CATTLE Any quantity. Prices right. Highest cash prices paid for HIDES AND FURS A, CARRUTHERS CO. LTD. FORD STREET, NEAR THE MILLS P. O. Box 60S Phone 260 NEXT TO ARLINGTON HOTEL BARONESS HOAD Tlie Alberta Railway antf Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET BYE-ELECTIONS ?H Nf B. St. John. N. U., Xov. provincial bye-vlrotiojis in Carleton