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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TIIF. DAILY .HEP.AT.P TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1910 Wreck in Which C. P. R. Engineer Narrowly Escaped Dea.h objects in the foreground are hams. and Flaky as the minute they left the oven the way you always get TARMANGAY I BOW ISLAND (From the Review) Hav Bros.; of Clear Lake, have soli A large number of friends ml! sym a 1-alf -ration of land to Mr. Delmer! pathize very deeply with the Rev G.. Rovnola, of Manitoba. The now own- j Herring in the news he has just re- j or will move onto the farm right away. reived of the death ot hfs father in We learned this week that Private England. Timer pastor ot the Methodist W. J. Oliver's fine new store on church'at Carmansay in 1310. had died j Main Street is now out of the hands n -l military hospital in England the contractor. Arthur The in the triple-sealed Cartons. Plain or Salted. Packages only. For a change to something; equally fresh and delicious, GMHAMWAFEBS North-Vest Biscuit Ce., Limited EDMONTON ALTA. 5 Col. J L Youngs-of Stratford, now ..----0 O. C. battalion, formerly com- tions and good wishes extended, mander of a company in the 1st bat- talion and his son, Lieut J. DISTRICT NEWS Notice building is a credit, alike to the owner. and builder, and will form a distinct feature of the structures on Main St. We very much recret to learn of; I the death of Dr. Peterson's whose death at the age of SS took place in Ontario on Tuesday last. E. W. Bromley threshed J. TV. Proudfoot's crop last week, the field going 55 bushels to the acre. MACLEOD (From the News) Last night's casualty lists include the name of Pte. J. TV. McNab of Macleod, as'dangerously ill. Private McNab or "Jimmy" as he was more familiarly known around Marleod. a son of "Mr. Robt. McNab of Slide Out. He enlisted with the 13th O. M. R. several months and went overseas the regiment on their departure. a snow storm put an end to threshing. Full particulars have imt yet lieen re- few farmers have been threshed; i ceived regarding his illness, but it is there- is much to be done yet. Some to be sincerely honed that he will have raised over 50 bushels an acre, shortly recover. Private McNab was one of tho hrnmmn twisters wounds received while fighting in the Lrencaes. RAYMOND (From the Leader) Rev. Mr. Simpson, who is now pas- tor ot an Ontario church, has not been well since returning to the east, and may be forced to come west again. Mr. Nalder, a brother of our towns- man, William B. Xnldnr, was elected .0 the state house of representatives for Davis county in the recent state elections in Utah, defeating Lawrence Sllison by a substantial majority. An- other brother was elected sheriff of the county. TYRELL'S LAKE (From Our Own Correspondent) Tyreil's Lake, Nov. the 9th WE WISH TO THANK THE PEOPLE OF LETHBRIDGE AND VICINITY FOR THE LIBERAL WAY THEY PATRONIZED OUR NEW STORE ON THE OPENING DAY. IT GOES TO PROVE THE PEOPLE KNOW GOOD BOOTS WHEN THEY SEE THEM. WE CARRY NONE BUT.THE BEST MAKERS GOODS AND OUR GUARANTEE STANDS BEHIND EACH AND EVERY PAIR. WE GUAR- ANTEE SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED. J. H. Adams has installed a veryjthis part of the country, and he was. ice heating plant in a large cement generally in the money in all bucking asement in his house, and has also contests that he entered for. For the erected n. large modern barn. John M. Nelson's baby is quite sick. last year or so he was engaged under Dr. Russell as range rider for the j K company gathered at the home of the laium nuu ma bride's father, Solomon King, Rev. Younsrs, have both received the of Stirling performing the cere- tary Cr'osE. jmony. The wedding of Cora King to I government. lsst Mr Rlenhold Stewart of Tyrell's Lakej Mrs. Buckwell, wife of Lieut took place on the 10th inst., together well, presented her husband last week j with supper to invited friends. Many j with a fine baby. Mrs. Buckwell, who lice and useful presents were given: I? a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. i Lnd of Marleotl. is at present in The! England. WHERE TO GO FOB Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 Mr. Mumford of the McLaughlin Motor Co., motored from Calgary to. Macleod on Tuesday last in about six j hours. Some going considering the' trails. On Wednesday, Nov. Sth, at the Vic-! toria Methodist church, Calgary, the i marriage was solemnized of Mr. Jas. W. Moreash of Macleod and Miss I Zetta Beatrice Harrison, formerly of: Macleod, hut lately superintendent of the hospital at Yorkton, Sask. The Rev. E. S. Bishop of Calgary officiated. "I, California SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES Go SHASTA ROUTE aW see Wlllikmette, TImpqua, Sacramento Valleys by daylight on A NEW TRAIN (Only eight enroute) lit. Portland A.M. AT. San FranciBCO P.M. Standard and tourist sleeping can, dining car and coaches. Two Other Daily Traim Limited {Extra Fare) 8.00 Francisco Express LIBERAL STOPOVERS I Aak Local Agent or for information. JOHN M.SCOTT Gen. Passenger Agent Portland, Ore. TRAVERS NEWS (From Our Own Travers, Nov. Koch driving a new Chalmers six. f, Mr. Collins has struck water in Mr. Mosler's well, but has not tested it u The snow and weather of last 11 I week put a stop to discing and plow- !ing. but does not stop wheat hauling. I Jerry Rickett had a letter recently; from his brother Harry, who is in i France and is keeping well. The dance Friday night was not well attended owing to the cold, and some of the cars freezing up, Roy "Whitting has sold his butcher shop. Roy has purchased a gas trac- tor and expects to farm on a large scale. Mr. Baughrnan and Son started the erection of "Dad" Ilolden's new house, the foundation having been completed before the cold spell. Mr. Holdea expects to have a sale the 24th of the month and will retire from farming. Bob Plunketts visited at Harry Lynk's on Sunday last. Mr. Bell and wife have moved into Travers. They recently purchased Mr. Clark's new home. i Both Gerald Elliott and Ban Me- j Phearson have become so skilled with 'their Fords they can climb telephone 1 poles, with just minor injuries to the cars. Herman Holden is assisting Earl Jonns at the Stacey Lumber yards. 'Mr. Gordon Elliott will spend the winter near Edmonton. Air. Endersby and family of Granum have moved back on the homestead land are permanently settled. Ladies' High Cut Gun- metal vamp, kid top. All sizes worth Ladies' Buttoned or Lace Boot. Cloth top, patent leather vamps. Louis heels. A good fitter. l See Window for dis- play of Novelty Boots Ladks' High Cut Boots Ladies' Via Kid High Cut Boots. Sold in the regular for Our price Daughters-of the Em- pire and Red Cross Sale at Hudson's Bay Store Tomorrow. Ladies' Tan Vamp Extra High White Top Lace Boot, Sold at Our price THESE ARE ONLY A FEW OF THE MANY LINES WE WOULD BE PLEASED TO SHOW YOU. WE CARRY ONE OF THE MOST COMPLETE RANGES OF LADIES' BOOTS IN ALBER- TA, RANGING IN PRICE FROM TO CALL AND LOOK THEM OVER. 95cand Kiddies' Shoes. We have them in all sizes and all prices, rang- ing from 95c to Get the Kiddies shod. Men's Gun Metal English Tone. Low heel. A good; dressy shoe. Growing Girls' Boots. Patent, Gunmetal or Vici Kid. These hoots sell everyday for THE CUT RATE American Boot Shop Bentley's Old Stand, 116, Sth Avenue, South F. A. NELLES, Manager WILL TRY TO KEEP MAGILL Ottawa, Ont., Nov. report tnat Chairman Maglll, of the Domin- ion Grain Commission, has resigned in order to accept the secretaryship of the Winnings Grain Exchange, was not confirmed at the Department of Trade and Commerce. A belief pro vails here that the Government will considerably increase Mr. Masiil's sal. iry If that will induce him to remain t tile head of the board. Ladies' Patent Vamp I Dull Kid or Cloth Tops. Buttoned or laced. Sold regularly at Our price Den B. Lindsey has .been re-elected judge of Denver with a ma- jority that leaves no room for doubt, as to the sentiment of Denver. RID ROSE ;