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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY MtRALD, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER K, PAGE FIVE W Oysters on the Shell Shipment in Splendid condi- J tion arrived to-day Bid Holland Coffee He. a Ih. Is a winner. You ought to try a pound of this brand. Just a few barrels and boxes of those Bow Island News No. 1 Apples H{ left. Remember you pay more I for these apples than you will jjj I pay for apples in any other 1 store in Lethbridge. There's a reason. They're going fast. You will always Get fresh Groceries Bow Island, Nov. very large crowd attended the dance at the Citizens Lumber yards new office and shed Saturday night. Everybody re- ports a splendid, though somewhat chilly time. Mr. and Mrs. A. Delmidge enter- tained a small dancing and card party Tuesday night. Mr._and Mrs. Frank Sutton enter- tained three tables, at progressive flinch Friday night. At 12 o'clock a delicious luncheon was served. Wm. Wise; moved his family and ef- fects out to his claim Tuesday. The ladies of the Methodist church are extra busy preparing for their sale the first of next month. William Prouse started for his home.- at Lethbridge Friday morning. He has been visiting his son, Thom- as, the past two weeks. Seven carloads of new settlers and their effects arrived last Saturday from North Dakota. all have homesteads in this vicinity. Mr. Bruce, of Lethbridge, moved his family into their new residence the first of the week. We thought there was another shack going up but it turned out to be.Jas. Olquist's new coal shed. Blacksmith Hands moved his shop Tuesday, as he has sold his lots and another drug store will be built in IOAH WAS BLACKBALLED Itetroit, Society of Navtl rejected Noah for honorary membership, when his name proposed as the father of vthe ship designing profession. The reason given wat "that Noah wai a gamekeeper and not a ship designer It all depends ott the point of view. It the same with Some people take "Fruit-a-tives" for Constipation and Biliousness.. Others use them for Stomach Troubles and Dyspepsia. Still others find "Fruit- a-tives" an excellent tonic and blood purifier. Many more say that "Fruit- a-tives" are the best Kidney Regulator and a certain cure for Neuralgia and Rheumatism. For all these_ troubles, "Fruit-a-tives" may be said to be infallible. Everywhere in Canada in the crowded the lonely in fishing and. mining people depend on "Fruit-a-tives" to cure them and keep them -well. "Fruit-a-tives" are sold by all dealera at 500 a box. 6 fprfi.so, or trial size, 250 sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tivei Limited, Ottawa, Ont. the near future on the site. Mrs. Brofield took charge of" Mrs. Fuller's millinery stock this week at Grassy Lake.; Mrs. N. Nelson entertained at cards Wednesday night with twelve guests. Hon. Sydney Fisher, federal minis- ter of agriculture, has assured .the Brandon Winter Fair and Fat Stock Show of a They are asking the provincial government for a-a grant also. THE GOURLAY-ANGEIB PIANO OR THAT CAFIFORNIAN f OUR? Taber News Budget Taber, Nov. L. D. S. choir and the Taber City Band went to Grassy Lake OQ Saturday night, No- vember 20th, and put on their concert at the Grassy Lake Meeting House. A good sized audience turned out, re- gardless of .the cold weather which prevailed, and the programme was Avell rendered, which was evidenced by the. applause from the audience. After the programme, the chairs were cleared away, and the balance of the evening was spent in dancing till 12 o'clock, music being furnished by the Band. A few band members returned on Saturday night, on the belated train, and the choir stayed over until Sunday night, having been in attendance at the services in the meeting house during the day. Mr. .P. Hammer went to Bow Is- land on Friday afternoon, returning Saturday. Mr. A. A. Bulger of Grassy was in-town Saturday arranging for an orchestra for a masquerade ball to be given, in the Grassy Lake Hall oh Wedhesdayi night, Dec. 1st. Mr. Salvage has kindly donated a lot worth for a prize waltz, and several other prizes .will be awarded at the ball. A good programme has been arranged, and a good time is as- sured to all. Mr. W. J. Thompson and son of Page, N.D., was in town on Monday looking over the country, to invest m real estate if he finds anything to suit him. Mr. Alex. Beck has commenced oper ations for a building on Front Street to be completed about the first of next month He is negotiating a deal whereby two strangers will II FIVE CUPS FOR ONE CENT Is certainly an economical beverage, yet this is all that SALADA II of the One pound purest and will make 220 most delicious I The Mesmerist Under Arrest In New Jersey For Causinf Death of a Subject at this Store as our Stock is J turned rapidly. H, ft. Persons living a distance from Leth bridge.need not hesitate to send their subscriptions, as the Contest Depart- j meat will issue receipts for. the mon- j ey sent and mail votes to the con- testant for whom they are intealed or to the subscriber whichever is cie- sired. Candidates outside of Li-tn- briige may rest assured that they will be treated as fairly as those ing .within a minute's walk .of iJie Herald office. A few more active candidates are I in evidence today. However, "there is iroom, for more certificate m each district. Until further notice the 'standing of the candidates in the contest will te published Tuesdays, .Thursdays and Fridays. The gentleman conducting the Her- ald's Contest, had charge of a similar campaign in another city last fall. It iwas won by the candidate who had the necessary backbone and good qual- jities that constitute really popular '.people. There was one very ambi- lease the building and put in a first class moving picture show. It is to be fitted up with a stage, and will seat about three hundred people. The A. Potter Co., tailois, have moved their entire stock from, south tious young man who was after the of the track, to the Hobbs building Sanding ofthe IN THE HERALD CONTEST Grand Second Grand Prize -Trip To Calif ornia Or Grand Prize Two 2S-Foot Lot, In Cash Parkdale votes "The three Grand Pri.es will be awarded -three candidates securing the largest numbei -of paid-in-advance subscriptions and ballots, of district in which the candidate lives. all the City the three Grand Prizes have been award- ed six prizes will be awarded to the next six highest Candidates having the highest number of votes m 'each of the two districts. w. DISTRICTING. Jff Lethbridge: HH'''One Diamond Ring Ulr-One Gold Watch lip-'One Morris -Chair One Writing Desk. One Suit Case. One Silk Umbrella MISS .VIVIAN GIBSON MISS OLIVE DAVIES MISS HANNAH KERR MISS MINNIE LAVER1CK MSSS VIRA DOWSETT "H. G. KILNER ARTHUR HUMPHRIES MISS ROSE MISS BESSIE CRONKHITE MISS HAZEL CL1NE HARRISON EDNA ALLEN......... C. CHARLES MISS MARGARET SMITH MISS SUSAN G1LLESPIE MISS ROSE B1SSETT MISS EDITH PROUSE....... MISS GERTRUDE GIBBONS MRS. EVA McCANN .7.975 ..23.550 DISTRICT NO. all surrounding 'towns and territory outside of Lethbridge: One Diamond Ring One Writing Desk. One 950 Gold Watch One Suit Case. One Morris Chair One Silk Umbrella MISS MARY L. SUNSTRUM, MISS ETHEL M. McKAY, Cranbrook, B. C. MISS SUSAN WITBECK, Raymond, Alta. A Cardston, Alta.............. 1'110 MISS ARLIE 'HUDSON, Purple Springs, Alta. MISS LIBBIE HOLLINGER, Medicine Hat 17040 MISS ANNIE TOMFOHR, Milk River, Alta. 1.095 JAMES H. Aita. MISS VILDA MATSON, Spring Coulee, J. BUTLER STONEY, Lethbridge Post Office JAMES GREAVES, Medicine Hat, Alta. principal prize and who did make a very strenuous effort to capture-it. He might have done so had he called on one of his friends and supporters earlier in the contest and taken his advice. He approached this friend one day, and told Mm about the con- test and'asked him for a subscription Mr. Friend, intimated his willing to take the paper and askew, "How j much do you The Ambitious Young Man replied, will months or so." Now, what do you think Mr. Friend gave the young.man. A full year's subscription or four months? He gave him the four months, and a little good advice. The advice fbilows: '_ tr "When you start with a big sub- scription and drop to the small ones, 'that is all you will get.. a business man will have more re- Aspect for you if you ask him-for some thing that amounts to.some- thing than he. would if you iimi.llf asked for a trifle. .When you go itito his place he do-es not show the cheap- est things he does -he? Guess not. He waits until you are ready to walk before he rc.n.-'.rn- bers ge has that- article in a line. That's your cue. Forget ab- out those 'four months' subscnp'. -ns and ask for the big business." The young man heeded his advice and found, the big ones as easy t-t> get as the little ones, but he had found his weakness too late. Profit by this young man's ''exper- ience; and get out after the scriptions at once. Get ns many as you can. That's the. way to wir. The. price of the Herald the given: on Front Street, which has recently been erected M The lower floor has been fitted up for a tailor shop, which will give them more room to display and handle their and it has the appearance of being a first class shop.' r The Taber Orchestra wilit leave on Tuesday for Purple Dprings to play for a be given in the local hall- uo 9TOBO 'SadrauTAi, jo the Saturday night train to visit a few days with Mr. Stephensoh family.- On Friday last the community learn ed the sad news of the .death, of An- nie M. J. Mewhinney, who died on Thursday night from typhoid fever, which later developed into pneumonia after an illness of about two weeks- The young girl was only twelve years "and ten months -just blossoming into a young woman, and it was a shock to everyone 'who learned of her sudden death. She had made her home with her grandmother, Mrs. Mc- Callum for the last few years. The funeral was held on Saturday at 2.30 p.m. at Mrs. McCallum's residence, and the remains were laid to rest in the Taber cemetery. Jones con ducted the services, and W. J. Loo- mis had charge of the funeral. Miss Munroe, sister of Mrs. H. P. Munroe, left on Saturday for her "home at'Fergus. Ont. She has been a visitor in Taber for several weeks. Bills are out for, a handkerchief sale their reputation for entertainers has never been excelled. Admission in- cluding supper, fifty cents. !MARATHON RUNNER I OUT OF BUSINESS Newport, R. L, Nov. B. Sullivan who won the four mile race at the Olympic games in London and who is one of the fastest distance runners in this country, has'probably ran his last race. In the three mile be given by Guild of St. Theodore's Church, Cousin's Hall on Thursday evening, j don and strained a ten- The injury nas been getting November the 25th. Better prepare i W0rse and he is in the Bellevue bos- supper and spend the even- pital under the care of doctors, who ,c sav he will not be able to run again. E. J. Spring Ridge, AHa. fvllSS 3ENNETT. Magrath MISS GRACE ROBINSON, Fernie W. E. SIMPSON. Coleman.......... MISS EDITH SINCLAIR, Medicine Hat MISS JEA.N DOBBIE, Pincher Creek. MRS. D. E. COTTON, Claresholm M5SS GOLDA WING, MISS MAE SOICE, Warner District No. 1 comprizes the City of Lethbridge. District No. 2 comprizes all terri- tory outside of Lethbridge. VOTES New Renewals Daily by Lethbridge 3 months SI.00 6 months 2.00 Boy's Lion Brand Knickers Double Knees Flannelette Lining Through- out Boy's Lion Brand Knickers, .Double Seats Double Stitched Seams -f inn F 1 year.............. 2 years By Mail: 3 .months tf months 1 year 2 years Weekly Herald: 4 months G months 1 year ;2 vears 4.00 8.00 .85 1.50' 3.00 (5.00 350 1000 3000 0000 250 700 2000 COOO 1000 3000 9000 .75 600 1.50-1500 3.00 4500 250 I 700; 2000! GOOOJ i 350 300: 1000 3000 MONARCH ITEMS has just received a large shipment of Buffets, Dining Sets, Dressers and Stands. Beds, Blankets, Sheetings, Etc.., and we are offering them to the Lethbridge public vt .reduced rates in order -to room for our holiday goods' Don't wait un- '-sfop'- Come now and get the benefit of nfferintrs. Monarch, Nov. -24.-W.. R. Gray Co.. of Winnipeg, have been awarded I the siding bore to a point on the Old 'Man river about-a mile and a nau -Thfi foundation'for the tank iis completed and the work on the pipe 3 Doors From Bank of Montreal On Crabb St. Ipcn Saturday Night5 Call or Phone Us Terms Arranged. Estimates Gladly Given. line will be started about De- McLean left for his winter! home in Los Angeles, last week and will not return tin: the Vlatter part of _ Jacob Alexander has taker, Mr. Nedzer into partnership to start a Hour mill. The building will be in readiness for next year's crop and will prove a valuable asset to tne i town. j rr.uc 2ititing on t-bft river is reported to the marks of the hock- ley sticks are noticeable on some ot the faces of the boys ,in town. i By the time this has gone to press i we will have had the locals and 'way freights running over his line, i which will be a great accommodation 1 to the people of the district. There also be a night operator on the station staff which will relieve Mr. Renaud of some of his work. These are the finest goods on the market and will be sure to meet the requirments of mothers who have boys going to school, as they are made purposely for the healthy omping school boy. Mothers don't need to ear for their boys' trousers now when they make a toboggan slide out of a board, as these knickers are made from the celebrated Hewson Tweed and most people don't have to be told any more than that it is a good guarantee of wear and besides that they are double stitched and have double seats and knees and they will wea r jfrger than any other make of boys' clothing. "Try pair of them for your boy and see if what we say is right or not. (Double Remember they have Made from 'Hewion Tweed' GENERAL MERCHANTS The Cash Store Specialties- Stanfield's Underwear Peabody's Reread KinS Overalls Crawford BeU's ;