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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1909. CANADIAN PACIFIC 0 RAILWAY Annual Eastern Canadian Excursions News Oi District Daily During December Toronto and points west in Ontario Montreal and points west in Quebec, also m Ontario east of Pembroke, Egans- viJlft and Tweed _ MILK RIVER Milk River, Nov. II. J. Kllert left for his old home in Glen- coe last week, to spend several months with relatives and friends. Henry's homestead looks rather lonesome now, but we surmise- he is gone after his fair young bride, who will return SalesOoublingEverySixMontlis Dtmand for a past few years, the sales of "Frmt-a-tives" have doubled every six months. For the six months from January to July of this year, the of this popular medicine were more than twice greater than for any similar period since "Frmt-a-tives" was intro- with him in "the spring when every-! The National Drug Chemical Com- PAGt SEVEN home- Corresponding rates from and to other points Old Country Excursions Tickets on sale November 30th to December 31st For .Tickets, Berth. Reservations or Complete Information Apply to Agent, or S. B. MITCHELL, j. g. PHOCTOR ASent Dist. Pass.'Agent Lethbridge Calgary thing will be lovely on the stead. Mitchell, Quinn, Logan and Mur- phy, the celebrated wolf hunters of tins section, with several dogs, suc- ceeded in bagging a jack rabbit the other morning. Miss Echo Hunt was taken to the hospital at Lethbrit'ge Monday. We hope she will soon recover and be back in Milk River, well and strong. Rev. w. C. Hitzemann, superintend North Carolina's gold output last year was valued at and Georgia's at Phone 103 Good Hay SoilndOats Any quantity deliver- ed promptly to any part of the city PRICES .THE LOWEST T. A, Easton pany of Canada Limited, the largest wholesale drug house in the Lymans Limited 'of Montreal Lynians Brothers of Toronto buying "Fruit-a-tives" in loo gross lots loo gross mean boxes, which retail ior This gives some j idea .of the steady riemand for thete I wonderful fruit liver tablets. It is safe to say that la on sale in every drug ttore and in departmental stores 4nd general storw I carrymg medicines throughout province. f Dominion. Nor is the sale of "Fruit-m- 1 lives" confined to Canada. .In many 15. C., having visik-d friends there a few days. The 'dance given in the opera house, on Friday night was well attended, and all report an enjoyable time, mu- sic being furnished by the Sundal or- chestra. Contractor K. A. Van Orman has finishet! laying sidewalks on. Main street, which will prove a great con- venience to the public during the wet weather of the winter. This should be a good example for sidewalks in other parts of the town-, which must have them sooner or later. They are only temporary, being built of lum- I ber, and as soon as the weather per- mits m the spring, cement will take J their place. Mr. G. W. Quibell returned on Thursday afternoon from a visit to points in the ivestern part of the THE CANADIAN BANK OFFICE, TORONTO B. E. WALKER, President ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Man Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, Branches throughout Canada, and Inrte United States arid Enjlind B A N K M ONE Y ORDERS 3 6 cents 10 cent. ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES: and under t Over and not exceeding !JJ 1' T. i Never Fails to Gray Hair to JtsNafarsI Color Beauty. No matter how lens: it has been gray orfaded. Promotes a luzuriant -rowt> of healthy hair. Stops its and posKively removes Dan- arull. Keeps hair soft and glossy. Re 7USP Pll o i- nj ,.m many ent of thc Evangelical Lutheran Mfs-j P.arts the United States, of Winnipeg, Man., wishes to meet j the Lutherans and all others inter- I tives rec ested, at Milk River, on orders from our neighbors over thelhie. Dec. 15, at one o'clock, to. hold ser-' Tfae testimonials, which hare vices, and a large audience is desired. creat WHITLA Whitla, N'ov. Ol- son passed through Whitla on Friday, en route to Seven Persons. Mrs. Nelson Quick and children, of great value Of 'Fn_______. 500 a for trial box, 250. If your dealer does not them, any quantity will be sei Limited, Ottawa, SPRING COULEE j Spring Coulee! Nov. Clara' i Thompson went to Calgary a ago to be with her father, Mr. Sen ill u, who was very ill. Word was i received yesterday afternoon that he! was dead. Mr. Sehulu is a wan and will be dedicated Dec. 12. last Tuesday. His brother accompan- ness. ied him and went from there to N.D. j Mabel Richardson returned from! Tnhpr n i r Bow Island Thursday handkerchief Mrs. H. C. McDaniels leaves -JSale an'd supper Siven the Ha Hay's Harfisia Scan rou a North Dakota Monday visit with relatives. Miss Lillian Sturm has accepted a position at Medicine Hat and left for that place Wednesday night. Mr. Havard, representing the Pet- rie Manufacturing Co., was here last Ladies' Guild'of St. Theodore's or a short cliurchj .ft Cousin's Hall on Thursday On Dec. 13 a social is being planned, i The ladies of the church will serve j refreshments, 25 cents admission j will be charged. The proceeds will j I go to the Presbyterian church. Mr. Miller, of Mountain View, has i Lethbfidge Branch C. G. K. Nourse, Manager Capital and Rest Exceed Put by Some Money tlils Fall r Now, while monev is coining m last, is the time to build up your Savings Bank balance. If you have not yet opened a Savings AcLiat in the Union Bank, don't .delay .it any longer. Your money is safer there thaninyourpurseor your home, and is always available at once if you need it. Meantime it is earning Interest at highest current'tates. J. R. ANDERSON Manager. Main Office cor. Round Redpath Sts Sub-Office .Westminster Rd., ;N." Ward 'raited the Spring Coulee Hotel. Hej will take possession the first of 1 even- skin fine an -soft. 35c. d'u" as-free "The Care oltlte For Sate By J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., LTD. n Office Harness Shop Box 2Q1 Eastern's TAYL.ORVILLE NEWS _ Taylorvllle, Nov. to Mr. i and Mrs. Thomas Lowry, a girl. It jis sure to be a warm hearted one for it came with the excellent old Chin-' have been enjoying- for the last, two days. Tayiorville is very sorry to hear of the intended departure of our good old timer, D. K. Greene and family. Mr. Greene intends to move to Wool- ford, at least for the winter, and it is possible that he may make Ms home there. We all hope he decides to back in the spring and are sure he would receive a hearty welcome upon so doing. He has been one of the foremost of the workers for Tay- iorville and everyone is sorry to lose him, but at the same time feel sure that the citizens of Woolford will be glad to receive him and his family to be a big success cember. Mr.'Springer, proprietor of was served at 6 o'clock and the hotel now, will move into the j .avauable ticket was formerly occupied bv Mr' a'nd of the big crowd j Mrs. Rice. table until after j S. M. Dudley has moved on the week and placed the agency for cream I and i shoemaker 'farm.' Francis Bingham separators in the hands of J F supper-which was laid be- is living on lhe farm Sturm "j fore them. The menu consisted raw oysters; stewed and scalloped, The Walters family will move this! arge of sala'ds' Mr. and Mrs. Adair made a busi- ness trip to Bow -Island last Tge ot sala'ds' anc dav. jOtners L.OO numerous to mention. Af- The basket social and sale held in SUPPer a Sale and 1U j aprons was conducted, and' most ev- I erything brought handsome prices, the church Friday night was attended, and was a success both financially and socially. A hew stove was purchased for the church, and there is a neat sum left in the trea- an surv. jas Bros, furnished graph, to entertain the people with music, and a short dance was held Mr. house, north of Mrs.''! Thompson's house, for the winter. Mr. Chas. Kelly returned from on Friday, where he has on business. Here's Your New Collar! BEDFORD FAMOUS CASTLE BRAND-3for 50c. Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFHCE: Brown Co.'s Building Crabb Street into their midst. _ IVJiss Victoria Lowry. Of Cardston. is spending a few days with her bro- :tllpr M- A. Lowry. Mr- Vaughn, of Cardston. has been I out to our town looking- after his in- jterts on his farm, which is leased by j the Wolsely Bros. He was the guest [of Mr. and Mrs. John Jenson last evening but has returned to Cardston i this morning. Trapping is going on irate now. Rat hides sell at 20c each (and it is not an uncommon thing for I those who spend their time at the I business to clear from to S3 per i day. v Wm. Thomson, veterinary surgeon I USf l busincss ha'd been Johnston, Louis Harned and posed of. The ladies deserve The Many of the men who were work- Edison phono- ing around here this summer have' returned to their homes. Among those who have gone are, Andrew Chas. was here last Wednesday. There will be 'a dance at Whitla next Thursday night. ere-1 Chase. Manv others are making ar- dit for its success, and a vote of rangements to leave soon. Leslie thanks is extended to them. J. S. Lienhart, R. Glroy and S j Mr- and Mrs- p- Veale returned on for the winter. Morrow has gone to the mountains At 2 for 25c. you can buy this sbapt In Elk Bra aned S. Richardson 'were at Bow Island about a week j Men have been at work improving Thursday on business pertaining to weddinS trip, visiting all the j the roads east of here. school matters. A Chicago man claims to have per- fected a process whereby 22J callohs of 188 degree alcohol can be" cheaply o ----i- i (.MW A. u yt; CDCSpiy most important points of Alberta A number of landseekers were here' dist01ed from every, ton of drv saw- 1 tvrl C? '_T____________i ._ ___. 'J___L Miss Essie Pasley and Lucille Ful- and Saskatchew-n- The happy couple looking at land. Most of them were i dust- ASSOCIATION OF. ALBERTA ACCOUNTANTS. FORMED _An association of the Accountant-; of Alberta was inaugurated in Ca'- gary. last .week, at-a -largely attende-i meeting representing the piincipn! chartered and public- accountants, banks, wholesale houses and the pro- fession in general of the city of Cal- gary. v The objects of, the association :ar. as follows': To provide for an organization fr.-- accountants and auditors of the pro vince. To establish a lending institute .lectures and other benefit for members. To rent offices for the use and con- venience of members. To consolidate the profession until such time as the 01- ganization is strong enough to incbi- porate and own its own charter. .The secretary treasurer is John'E. -B, May; All accountants and-audit- ors interested are invited to corre- spond -the secretary atTiis office Room 4, Thompson Block, Calgary Sixty-five pieces of wood of three different kinds go; up a vfo- ler, of Bow Island, attended the has- with the _ same, smile as they from North Dakota. ket social at this place, returning Saturday morning. had when they left, and we can vouch! Mr. C, .Crawford and family for their trip being a pleasure to i moved into the house recently occu- H. P. Newendorf and Mr. McMullen !them< They wil1 with Mr-1 pied b-v -Mr- and Mrs. T. Irvine, at i Fisher, Mrs. Veale's father, until! Slab Town. of Letfrbridge, were Whitla visitors PINCHER CREEK NEWS Pincher Creek. .Nov. open jair rink has been laid out at the i athlete grounds lit? x GO. and all that :is lacking now is weather conditions to see skating and hockey jn full swing here for the winter." Enthus- iasm is high in hockey circles and two good teams, at least, will repre- sent Pincher Creek in puck battles A new billiard hall, styled the Ar- cade has opened and in" the Scott Block with four tables. Thursday. E. Patterson, representing the their house south of the track, is i Mr. and Mrs. D. Shoemaker G-. Lymis Produce Co., of Medicine Hat, was at Whitla last Thursday. er, -viih an ('occasional chinook. with I 0. Dudley has gone to ..Utah to pre- REID HILL Reid Hill, Nov. is a well-founded rumor extant that soon after 1910 is ushered in, Reid Hill will have two mail deliveries per week instead of one, as at present. For many months the amount of mat- ter passing through the office here. has been increasing, and is still do- j f'rst "-'lass ing so. A more frequent delivery has been-a need felt by all the inhabi- tants, and will be welcomed joyously fmished. We wish them a happy m- j family have left Spring Coulee for ture- i their future home in Mandi, Utah. Miss Eldredge, oc Lethofidgc, re- Mr. Shoemaker will go in the sheep We are having cold, -snowy weatli-'tllrneci lo home on Thursday, hav- business there. ing visited a couple of days Miss Lulu Beck. Some parties of Medicine are! putting up a frame building on to Raymond, Friday, somh side of Hougn street to be used j for a moving picture show. The i building is nearing completion and j expects to open up with a first class a farewell party given for Mr. programme about the first of ,_. month. It is being fitted up with j nipt'S- Mr. Smith, of Magrath, Coulee last week, ladies of the Presbyterian church will meet at the home of Mrs. II. E. K el ley Thursday, Dec. for the purpose of organizing a Ladies TO insure the safe- i of the people, and the parties j leasing'the house are experienced men j and we have no doubt as to their i pare to go on a mission. r and son They re- turned to-day. Mr. Hyde, of the Bank of Mont- real, went to Magrath Saturday to a fart'wc11 Party given for next! Eaton- who is leaving to-day for Win- in i tdison Phonographs Are sold at one price all over Canada We Pay the freight. Why send away and fiav extra f We have a big assortment of mach- nes and records NOW M The Letiihridge Sporting Goods Company by every one interested. Well done, Rcid Hill This is a small step i Miss Long returned to Lethbridge i V Aid Society. Cold Weather Is Corning but it is one in the right Thursday to resume her duties at, baturday-s issue of the Daily Her- j We're "going some" now, and it will i'he Hudson Bay store, where she is! o containing thA be a long while before our pace slack- j employee in the dry goods depari- ens. i nient. She was un tn fiM.fnf3 thr-sun- J A STORM SASH on thafc new house of yours will keep out the cold and reduce your fuel account. NOW is the time to act. Ring up 153 and we will give you an estimate on same. We Handle Lumber aid containing the illustrated write- up of Pincher Creek is -ead with great interest. A very high wind prevailed here during the night, only subsiding in j the afternoon. j Owing to the Grassy Lake promot- i ers 01 the proposed paper at that ooint failing to connect in the mat- ter of negotiations. Mr. W. Ashby j has abandoned the idea there. He has had an another source. of going offer from J OHM'S MANUFACTURING COMPANY Office and Factory Cor. ROUND and 80MPAS STREETS Telephone 158 Yard, Smith St Phone 195 GUILLOTINE TO BE SOLD r Instrument Nsed During Reign of Ter- ror in France to be at Auction. Paris. Xov. authentic lotine which was used during "the T j reign ol terror in the French Revolu- J; tionary period will be sold at auction l in Paris next month. It is eleven feet 4. J high. The uprights are ornamented at the top with Phrygian caps painted 4 I red. The ugly instrument was con- J structed by order of a deputy in the J t National Convention named fa vogues the year of the Republic. andVas 4, used in the work of decapitation at 4. Peiirs. Department of the Loire. Mrs. Joseph Myers, of Reid left on Tuesday, November 23rd, for the east. Mrs. Myers has manv friends in the eastern states, and nient. She %vas up to attend the sup- AETNA NEWS Aetna, Nov. evening there I was an oyster supper served at Mr. Nil] 'per given bv thc ladies of St. Then- fn suppcr dore'S church Enoch s home. A number of his friends were invited and a verv Mr. and Mrs. TCildman returned cnjoyabk. limc in l Thursday from Fernio and liosmer, Get Inside The Well-dressed Circle Place Yotir Orders for PONY EXPRESS Furniture removed and coal delivered C. 0. D. Trunks i-e- moved to any part of tiio city. J.Figgint, Phone 384 .WITH.... t lie UHU, EDIUC t niHifiL: was had by all pres- i cot. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Shriver, a baby girl. Both mother and daughter are doing nicely. A basket ball and dance was held on Tuesday evening last, under the auspices of the Relief Society. Ev- eryone present' enjoyed themselves greatly. Aetna is the only, town in Southern Alberta having a representative to flic Agricultural College, Winnipeg. Mr. Leo Hanson is representative and the people here all join in wish-i ing him thorough success in his studies, To take your meals at the on- ly all-round white Restaur- ant -in Leth- bridge Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 KIM BALL. iv'OTES I On account of the removal of Bishop; j Thompson to Boiso City. Idaho, the! jKimhall Ward has been reorganized.! j.Mr.Thomas Gregson is the new bishop j i with T. S. Low and .1. D. Bennett as i 'councillors. i On NFonday a. farewell party was-i I given in honor of Bishop Thompson! jand family. The affair was very sue-' jcos.sful. A supper was served toj i nearly 150 persons.' After supper a j j very enjoyable party was given in' (the Adams hall. Dancing, a lively j program and a real good social lime all added their charms toward mak- ing thf party rhe success that it was. j Born, ,to Mr. and Mrs. Alma Jen-, [son. a girl. Mother and babe are do- I ing fine. Everybody with teams are busy j nowadays hauling grain to the ele- j I vators at Cardston. Health is the greatest blessing have at Kimball and everyone seems to enjoy it. THE ALEXANDRA CAFE ASK FOR OUR FRESH SPRING CHICKEN And Eggs, also Vegetables and Home Grown Suckling Pigs and Pork from our farm, [t is for you. Also Fresh Oysters iu season, any style to suit your taste. We Are Here to Please Ycu at Any Cost N. H. MURRAY, Prop. H. with LIMITED, 62 Mcb'uire, Lethbridge. Billiards are made possible on ship- board by the recent invention of a self-leveling table which accommo- dates it-self to every motion of thc vessel. UPTON'S POOL ROOM Is supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is :ool, bright and pleasant, "Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber in Connection Basement of Olirer Block ;