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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta the Lethbridge Daily Herald; Wednesday, October Page 5 Mr. A. of the head of the A. Macdonald Co. store, of this city, made the following statement while on a visit1 to the local.store last week: "The Men> and Boys' Clothing business can best be done by ex- clusive stores, and' 1. want every foot-of space, now. given to clothing and shoes, in my store here, to be devoted to the enlargement of the Dry Goods, Ladies' Ready-to-Wear, Carpets and Grocery Departmentt. And J want very dollar's worth of clothing and shoes to be sold out right away, and at any that they win bring. It will mean a big loss to sacrifice this gcod stock) but the room is needed badly." The local maiiap-eme'iit has been verv busv durino; the Cj past few days getting this, Ciotliing. and .Shoe stock ready .i'or.a gigantic clearing sale. Watch the Herald for particu- lars. DISTRICT NEWS SPRING GKOWTH CHOW TO WED OCTOBER 'Grain Sown Last Spring Is Growing Over the Country Inspector West, .R.N.W.M.P., re- turned, yesterday from a trip to Sun- dial, where he went to inspect the de- tachment; there. He says one would think, -driving. over the country be- tween-Letlibridge and Sun-dial, 'that 'instead' of October, .it was the earlv- part oi June or the latter end of May. It-no't only, is peculiar but bordering on the ridiculous to find, wheat and oats sown, "last sprinc.-'just getting a growth on and as green as can be. Vegetables of vari- ous-kinds'too, that never started through the, summer, have come up within the last month and are being used oy -the settlers. Many settlers are expecting to cut their spring crops for "feed. Court Interpreter is to Marry Western Girl Moose Jaw, Oct. Chow, the well- known Chinese interpreter, public stenographer and benefactor of claiming himself an Oriental is stead- ily moving towards the occidental in a high degree.. His latest contemplat- ed step in this direction'is the taking unto himself a wife of European ex- traction, and he is presently arrang- ing lor the happy event which will take- time during the next month. Tne lady in the case happens to be- Miss Mary Eeicka who.' hail's iroin ;a farming district .near Rouleau- on PRINCE ALBERT MAN MADE ARCHDEACON jfrince Ibert, Oct. IX D-ow-dney, rector of this parish, was yesterday appointed Archdeacon of .Prince Albert in succession to Arch- deacon JLloyd, who became principal of the Theological College-at Saska- toon. The new Archdeacon., came j; here from St.' John, in CARMANGAY TO BROOKS SWEET VALLEY Sweet Valley, -Sept. Montgomery and Ed Banmore are ousmess vls-'tcrg at Carraangay. Air: Scott lost a valuable colt las week. The animal fell into a well. sebesck Gallagher, 'J.L, Rickett and tiio Faulson brothers went to Bas sanojthis week after hay. Airs. Anna Russell, little May Shir- ley and Bertha Shirley made a trip to Rosemead on Tuesday. Julia .Rickett and Bud Galagher spent 'Sunday at Joe Eskilands. Harry Rickett and wife have ed to Carm'angajv Herman Holden was home from Tte ditch, on Tuesday. Air. Thompson walked from Clever ville here last Monday. Hs Iss- a nomestead near .there. .Rose. Rickettvtnd Pearl Paulson were visitors of Mrs, Duffy on Mrs. Bannon is with MVS. Montgomery this week. Mrs. Manning was a visitor r.o Mrs. -Uuffy one day last- week. .Beatrice Annstrjag home ov- er CJuy Paulson a .Yetwood visitor on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Moore are cook- ing for the Creignton Co. Durham Collieries Rail- road Bound to Take -That Route Carmarigay, Oct. laying of the cortner stone of the new school, house takes on-Monday- next, the 10th inst. ;Tne .ceremony will be Conducted 'byI.the. local Ma- Airs. 'Shirley7; been sIcV in Letlibridge, but is improving. Liz- zie intends to ,spend 'a few momhs ftere as soon as she is able leave tne Jiospital.' The Brodie's say they will ha e en- ough potatoes for "their ISP. Pota toes are a scarce article in this local- ity. in most places the are just starting. _' We had a genuine snow storm on Saturday, but it. was soon gone. Mr; and, Mrs. -Sodon were' be.-e from Kosemead on Tuesday. Kev... D. Simpson left for Edmonton last week tb go to college. Hazel Greennianr is expected home rrom Carmanggay this week. You Can- Clean the Top of a Sask-Alta Range With a Cloth or-a piece of paper and make it shine like a mirror. The top of a Sask-Alta Range is burn- polished. You won't need- the mussy stove polish that you require for your ordinary brushes, no mits, no blabkened hands, no tired arms and back. This is but one reason why the McClary Steel Range sonic .lodge .and will be of an. impos- ing nature.' A. public holiday has been declared and all stores-and offices will be closed from noon till six p.m. in honor of the event. are very glad to be able to an- nounce 'that fche Durham 'Collieries are about to carry out extensive -bor- ing operations to test the 'workable area of coal on the- 7000 acres of land wni-ch they now control. The mine'is situated-about 15 miles from Carman- gay "and'_when they start operations a spur line run from here to the property." This means cheap coal for uarmangay and at the same time' a's good quality as can be found wnere In Alberta. The junction point for the C. P.'It; line oat east has not yet been defi- nitely in conversation with' 'well- -known expert! ybn these matters', a days .ago, -.the... opinion 'was no oth- er alternative than to construct from -aere, follow, the -banks of the Little Bow till the .Durham Collieries pro- perty is reached and then strike nortfc easterly, to" Bow City_ and through to or Brooks. This route nor only strikes through a rich-- farming-. ,-ountry as well as tapping .the coal Jiines, but runs along the most level country -between here and.L-ethbridge. and wnereas the proposed' line to jaristadt means a stiff up grade for some -30 or 40 mile's on approaching, .arlstadt, the line to Brooks or Cas- sels is practically level. The C. N. R. surveyors have been ousy in this neighborhood for the pas'1 or so and speculation is rile aiv to whether' they will pass through aere or keep to the east of us. IT IS YOUR DUTY TO YOURSELF AND FAMILY TO PROVIDE FOR THE. FUTURE. A LITTLE MONEY WISELY IN VESTED IN WILL BRING YOU DOLLARS insure your earning time is coming when you should have something for future needi. When labor as'represented by your will not take care of you. YOU MUST FACE THE CONDITIONS OF OLD AGE What better prospects can you picture than the ownership of a choice tract with suitable, buildings la East Coleman? u Here is independence for youth acd a pensiwfl for old