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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILYoHERALb OCTOBER It Suits Them All Old and young delight in the rich ness and delicious ness of COWANS PERFECTION COWANS PERFECTION It suits every The Cowan 136 Surveying the Boundary Line MOVING ADVANCED the edi torof the Ottawa who has Prices Cream Baking best hotels and restaurants the world oven Makes the most delicious and tasty hot biscuit Makes the rolls and muf fins sweet and wholesome Bort j accepted of thesame pastor of the church oi that denomination at Cam of Christ in Port has j Demonstration Puritan OF SelfRaising The McKillop Grocery Wednesday The Good Company Hudson Bay Stores Tuff Thursday and Friday McDonald Bradbeer Saturday Cakes made with this Flour been working with at the international boundary line passed through the city today on his way to the Sullivan stated that the wav the country is filling up was Thedistrict around Coutts is easily over ten times it was year and even in the five months which have elapsed sincehe passed through Lethbridge he lias noted a big The class of American settlers com ing into the district south of he are by no means the poorer but a good sample of the energetic American citizen that will be a credit to He re marked on the apparent activity and energy that characterized all the peo iple he had i The survey of the international boundary line was completed from S Coutts to Willow a distance ol about fifty and from thence to j within about fifty miles north of i The stone piles which marked the i boundary have been re I placed by iron moifbments five feet in a distance of one and A half miles j The old stone at inter s vals of three and in the Milk i River a difficult country to in the survey of 1872 the piles in many places as much as thir teen miles i On the north side monuments I erected this year is and on the south I United The words j of 1906 and Convention of referring to the treaties which define the boundaries of Canadianterritory Tare stamped on the other two i The men employed survev iare delighted with theSummers work and are enthdsiastic over their who ar j ranged in every possible way for the comfort of his One of the men 1 He is the prince of sur jveyors in The next hundred miles of the MJr vey will be carried on by the Ameri ican I The entire partyhave yet re the remainder being left to erecting the and when this is completed will across country to whs i will bo In company Sullivan woire Tpdd of this aad Frank of 1 The Guerillas 2 Dufflb Witness 3 Land of Pilgrims Continuous Performance Barrett The famous Sketch Ar tists Miss Snowie Maybelle The Dainty Commed ienne TABER COMPLA NS OF POOR LIGHTS Council Prepares For Instal lation Of Waterworks Service Agricultural Societys Report in this vi cinity are receiving their share of the prosperity of this Osborne started threshing on the 2Sth of and has only lost two He expects between weeks steady work At the council meeting Monday Major secretary of the Leth bridge and District Agricultural So j made a report to the counci j giving astatement of the financial I of the Included in the receipts were a bal ance on hand at the beginning of the year of grant from the city of to make two payments of inter est on the a government J grant of donations collect ed by Oliver gate re ceipts grandstand receipts of membership fees of days all two three Many others are doing equally I racing programmes entry money report spring wheat about 35 bushels per acre at races bonus from prize list and a few other smaller amounts totalling all The expenditures had totalled a balance in the bank well and yielding and oats from fifty to Work has started on the new post and excavating is in progress leayini for Douglas new block on Hough of which will be occupied by Against the society was a total in Bank of Wildman debtedness of which inelud is doing the work on both of these mortgage of The gov jernment grant will beabout Miss Long left yesterday for forthis years fairand they had Lethbridge to take a position in the 150 to pay for Hudson Bay store in that j Since the city had decided to take Kidd has returned to town afj over the grounds there had been ter spending several visiting buildings erected at cost of friends in and theyhad paid A Chinese restaurant is under coni ings built the year before an amount struction on Hough has the contract j When the aldermen figured this cut Wright and Beck are away on an antelope hunt this week in the vicinity of Bad Water BUYS ATBpW ISLAND who sold out his business at Burdett a fewdays is in He has secured the quarter section on which the station stands at Bow Island and will put it on the market as soon is sur will immediately commence the erection of a brick veneer store at Bow The store will bea fineblock with a front age of one hundred feet and a depth of fiftv they found that fair had broken even on the fair which was considered to be a very good and as a Much sympathy is felt andresult the cityisgetting the grounds whoselittle I for which is the amount the daughter aged one and a half thought at the time they took it died yesterday morning of conj The council was much pleased gestion of the The f uneralj at the as the mayor ex took place today from Knox pressed it they were getting a good Munro conducted the j deal to get the grounds at that cost while the funeral was in chargeof whereon one of the aldermen remark Undertaker LaytonI that the property is at and Fred The statement oi Ma the sympathy entire communi jor Burnett handed over to the ity in the loss of their five months finance committee and the money will old The funeral washeld atbe paid over as soon as possible after the their the i The window in Hammersreal tate office was broken sometime last It was probablycaused byj some pedestrian whose feet got led as a result of top much j Engineer Reynolds was busy survey ing the streets out grade for cement The yard on elevator siding j is busy these Farmers are CITYS CASE FALLS Dominion government has refused to grant a fiat in the suit of the city in the DeadmanV Island case and the citys casefor possession is now practically given away FRE at these Stores each day this p AGENTS McKELVIESc McGUIRE IMPORTMNT Just because we are having this big Piano Sale is no reason h yuu itvL call and see our new stock of House Furnishings FATALITIES AT Deaths Has Still More evators and some are shipping direct by the car Several farmers come so far with ies and his condition Leretta 253 Garth dropped dead wriie atterd their loads of grain that they to stay over night in j to her household The auction sale of household furni Albert of ture at the residence of McDon injured ty fore aid Front turned outno0nin the of Doolittli Hammer acted as auction It was a cash sale and bidding was The proceeds amounted at He was struck on the leg by a large chunk of rock from a thelimb badly i Hudsons Bay South Park received fatal injuries this morning falling down stairs at re busy marketing their grain the el Although no bones were Titfrual injns Give us trial and be con Che 324 Crabb Street furniture 3 Doors from Bank of Montreal ALBERTA toabout mangled and had to e A new school district is being orj Ayres died after the ganizedin near Lost The police are trying to unravel the thirty miles north of j mystery surrounding the cnsc ol Ab Several names have j of 71 King but the first choice is Hawkeyejwho was picked up this numing bo for most of thei side the tracks near settlers come from j Grimsby with a fractured The first school meeting was held j pocketswere It net j on when every resident whether he was the vicMm of a holdj ratepayer present voted in favor of ajup or of an j ichool Pollock I NEW ALBERTA PRODUCT j Company have j product to Alj in the shape of Puritan SelfRis ing That it is filling a long felt want is evidenced by the phenom enal of orders that have al ready received by the Pur itan SelfRising Flour is suitable for Ifivj er Yorkshire pudding and in fact all kinds of cakes and There is an interestin We have just received a large shipment of FELT HOUSE SLIPPERS in all the latest and most comfortable Girls Felt House leather psr pair Misses Felt House leather From per Womens Felt House felt or leather soles per Mens Carpet or Felt leather per pair CALL AND INSPECT OUR STOCK We carry the greatest variety in Southern Alberta andgive the best Underwear Department Hens Extra Fleece per suit Mens Wool Ilushrinkable celebrated per suit and Stanfields Highest per suit Wolseleys Famous English The best the Suit Mens Heavy Blue Flannel Working Each and Mens Grey Flannel Wording each and Mens Extra Heavv Grey Tweed Prices rxin at and Mens Fine Black Serge to Mens Youths Coat Mens Pure Wool high in brown and Each Bdvs buttoning at This department is now in full running order and ing out the most garments ftver made in Soutnern purchase dress goods at the Hudsons Bay Stores and get them made up on the the acme of perfection is reached in mate up WASH AND BE CLEAN Royal and Grolden West bars a perfection of laundry Vve have also Sunlight and Monkey SEVEN CARLOADS OF FRESH GROCERIES AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES Wines and Spirits Department When in need of get the best HUDSONS BAY BRANDIES Diamond Extra Special Special per Brandy in the best in the per BSidsons JBay Ten TearOld Whiskey is famed the world In Porter and Invalid we have the best 5 Albertas the beer with green at brewery Phone 31 and ask for Wine Spirit S I 4 4 4 4 I J Lake office is secretary pro j The trustees want to get the school started as soon as possible for these settlers have been here for two years without a j The Taber TownCouncil met last Gait andSmith of Toronto were appointed consulting engineers to prepare plans and specifications for the new waterworks system for which tenders will be asked for in a few j days when the plans are Bylaw relating to the spurj track to the Great Western coal minei at the side of the wasj Considerable discussionj took place regarding the poor electric j lights in This discussion was started by the refusal of Mr Kidd to i granting light for any moving picture The secretary was instructed to write Kidd of the Canadian West regarding improvements in the The works and property committee were authorized to an engineer to take the street 1 In connection with the exceedingly poor electric light service at Taber a good story is going the rounds to i the effect that the other evening a gentleman aslced the agent for a ticket to Seven Persons and owing to the shadows the agent handed him seven tickets for Seven Taber citizens have shown great pa tience in putting up with the poor lights for so In time their pa tience may NEWSPAPERMAN i KILLED HIMSELF New who committed suicide in Lonj don by shooting himself while in a was a brother of Joseph Pulitj publisher of the jSew York j Albert Pulitzer was founder and formerly publisher of the New York but sold that property a of years He spent most of his time in Europe since j He was suffering from the effects ofj a nervous breakdown at the time of his rash OTTAWA FIRM GETS CONTRACT and of have been the public works department the con tract for the big dock at river near Fort William at a cost of about EXTEND LINE effort will be made to induce the to extend its Rosthern branch to Yorkton and on to and A deputation from the be sent to interview the railway in the near story t GARDNER Owner of Puritan Recipe connection with the The pres ent Gardiner who is t present in Lethbridge superintending the demonstrations of the flour which are taking place in several oi our iocs grocery inherited the formula from her mother whose mo ther previously left it to her and It had been an heirloom in tin family for generations and it is be lieved to have been brought to Amer ica in the I FALL MILLINERY Shapes and Color An extensive selection to choose from in Misses and Childrens Trimmed The re sources of our workrooms will please and McLeay Redpath Street 4 M M 4 ;