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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIOGE DAILY HERALD, .WEON^SbAY, OCTOBER 6, 1909. PAM Pivr. I It Suits Them All Old and young delight In the rich-nessanddelicious-ness of COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA. It suits every taste. Tkc Cowan Co. Limited. TOmONTO. 136 for p'jssesfiion is now practically hopeless. AGENTS: McKELVIE& McQUIRE Taber, Oct, 4,-Threshers in this vicinity arc receiving their share of the pi-^sperity of this district. Mr, �). Osborne started threshing on the 28th of Aug, and has only lost two days all told. He expects between two and three weeks steady work yet. Many others are doing equally | racing programmes $57, entry money well and all report, spring wheat! at races $357.50, bonns from prize yielding about 35 Imslifls per acre.ii.st $50, and a few other smaller and oats from fifty In seventy, amounts totalling in all $0,^29.33. Work has started nn the new post The expenditures had totalled $6,-otfice, and excavatiiii; is in progress � (i82..S8, leaving a balance in the bank for W, Douglas' new block on Hough! of $310,95. St., which will be occupied by the; Against the society was a total in-Bank of Hamilton. K. R. Wildman ^ deblrdncss of $6,150.01, which includ-is doing the work on both of these | ed the mortgage of $3,500, The gov-buildings, jernnient grant will be about $1,750 Miss K. liong left yesterday for | for this year's fair and they had $2,-Lethbridgc to take a iiosilion in the! 150 to pay for prizes. Hudson Bay store in that place, j Since the city had decided to take Mrs, Kidd has returnirt to town af-|over the grounds there had been tor spendir.g several immths visiting, buildings erected at a cost of $1,- friends in Minnesota, A Chinese restaurant is under struction on Hough vSt A, V. has the contract. B. W. Wright and .\. Beck are away on an antelope hunt this week in the vicinity of Bad Water Lake. 705,37, and they had paid on buildings built the year before an amount Vealcjof $91, When the aldermen figured this out they found that tlie fair had broken even on the fair which was considered to be a very good showing, and as a Much sympathy is felt for Mr, and(^ result the city is getting the grounds Mrs. George Benson, whose little! for $'1,'J00, which is the amount the daughter Francis, aged one and a half thought at the time they took it years, died yesterday morning of con-1 over. The council was much pleased gestion of the lungs. Jhe funeral; at the report, and as the mayor ex-took place today from Knox Church. I pressed it they were getting a good Kev. Munro conducted the services, | deal to get the grounds at that cost while the funeral was in charge- of | whereon one of the aldermen remark-Undertaker Layton. ' jed that the property is worth at ,,Mr, and Mrs, Fred Mitchell have least $40,000, The statement ol Ma-the sympathy of the entire commun- jor Burnett was handed oyer to the ity in the loss of their five months' finance committee and the money will old child. The funeral was held at!be paid over as soon as possible after the house. Rev. Munro officiating at | their report. , ' the services. - �� -r-- The window in Hammer's real estate office was broken sometime last night. It was probably caused byj ! MANY FATALITIES ;  AT HAMILTON, ONT. some pedestrian whose feet got tang-!p. led as a result of too much tangle-' foot. Engineer Reynolds was busy survey I ing the streets today laying out a grade for cement sidewalks. The C,P,R. yard on elevator siding is busy these days. Farmers are busy marketing their grain at the el-' cvators and some are shipping direct by the car load. Several farmers come so far with their loads of grain that they have to stay over night in town. The auction sale of household furniture at the residence ot Mr. McDonald, Front Street, Taber, turned out well. P, Hammer acted as auctioneer. It was a cash sale and bidding was brisk. The proceeds amounted to about $230,00, A new school district is being organized in Tp. 13, R. 17, near Lost' Lake, thirty miles north of Taber, �Several names liut the fust Famous for Mysterious Ha* Still More Deaths ffiiniiilVh. Ont., Oct, 4,-Charles El son, 81 South Park street, received j probable fatal injuries this mpruinp I through falling down stairs at ,rs re-' sid�^nce. Although no bones were broken, he sustained 'nfi riial injn.:-ies and his condition if. critical, Mrs, Leretta Pliillips, 253 Garth street, dropped dead w'iii> atleril-ing to her household du'-i -Mbert Ayres, of Bullock',) Corners, Wag. fafally injured Satniiiy forenoon in the quarry of Doolitthi ai,d Wilcox, at Dunda.s. Hi! was struck on the leg by a large chunk of rock from a blast, the limb hninp badly mangled and had to "le aniputiiled. ,\yree died after the operiti^ n. The police are trying to unr/fVol the mystery surrounding tiie c^ise of Ab-have been suggested,; raham King, of 71 Kinjr .'itnet wf't, choice is Hawkeyelwho was picked up this iiDiiiing bo- Hudson's Bay Co. Shoe Department We have just received a larf?e shipment of FELT HOUSE 8LIPPER8 * in all the latest and most comfortable styles. Girl's Felt House Slippers,^ leather soles. From, per pair ..........................................35e Misses Felt House Slippers, leather soles. From per pajp ................. .................'........45o Women's Felt House Slippers, felt or leather soles From per pair ........................................8So Men's Carpet or Felt Slippers, leather soles. From per pair -.........................................$1.25 I CALL AND INSPECT OUR STOCK We carry tlie greatest variety in Southern Alberta and give the best value. Underwear Department Men's Extra Fleece Thulerwear, per suit $1.25, $1.50 & $2 Men's Pure Wool IFushrinkable Underyvear-Penman's celebrated goods, per suit $2.25, $2.75,^$3.00 and $4.00 Stanlield's Highest vrriulo Underwear, per suit $4.50 A $5. Wolseley's F-.nnous English Underwear, The best in the world. Suit ..................................$6;00 Men's Heavy Blue Flannel Working Shirts, Each at ..........................$1.25, $1.50 and $2.00  Men's firey Flannel Woi'ttiug Shirts, each $1.25 and $1.50 2 Jleu's E.xtra HeaA'y Grey Tweed Shirt.s, Prices run  at.........................$1.25, $1.50 and $1.75 Men's Fine Black Serge Shirts. Each .. . .$1.00 tO $2.50 Men's and Youth's Coat Sweaters-Each . .$2.75 & $4.00 Men's Pure Wool Sweaters, high necks, in brown and grey. Each .................................$2.00 Bay's Sweaters, buttoning at neck. Each..........$1.25 Dressmaking Department This department is now in full running order and turning out the most stylish garments ftver made in Southern Alberta, When yon purchase dressi goods at tlie Hudson's Bay Stores and get them made up on the premises, the acme of perfection is reached in material, trimmings, make up and style. School District, for most of tlici side the H, G, & jj (rack.s iip> r settlers come from Iowa. ! Grimsby with a fraolur.nl .JcHI "m The first school meeting was held i pockets were empty It i.^ net'l', ' on Sept, 28lh, - when every resident'n-hether lie was thV vic-.iai of ratepayer present, voted in favor of ajup or of an accident school. R, W. Lickus, W, A. Pollock!__ . und C. J. Larson, were elected by ac-j ' ~~ ' ilamation. VV. A, l^oUock of Lost WASH AND BE GLEAN �^* Royal Crown and Golden West Soap-8 iMrs fOr  quarter-The perfection of laundry soap. Vve have also Sunlight and Monkey Brands. SEVEN CARLOADS OF FRESH GROCERIES AT ROOK BOTTOM PRICES Wines and Spirits Department When in need of st^ulants. get the best*: HUDSON'S BAY BRANDIES Diamond $1.25 Special $1.50 Extra Special $1.75 per bottle. Brandy in bulk, the best in the world, $7.00 per gallon. !^dson'S.Bay Ten Year Old Whiskey is famed the world over. In Stout, Porter and Invalid Port, we have the best brands. Alberta's Pride, the beer with the;, green label, at brewery prices. Phone 31 and ask for Wine & Spirit Dept. HUDSON'S BAY CO.  A NEW ALBERTA PRODUCT Tlie Brnckman Kerr Company liavej added another food product to Al- ITV^PORTHNT  Just because we are having thi.s big Piano Sale is no reason w h y you should not qall and see our new stock of House Fumishiiigs Sold in this store at the fairest of the fair prices and on easiest terms. Call and see us. Give uft a trial and be convinced. EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME m Olbite furniture ?o. 324 Crabb Street 3 Doors from Baak of Mohtreal LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Lalie post olTice is secretary pro tern. The trustees want to get the school started as soon as possible for 1 heso I ^"rta, in the shape uf Puritan Self-Ris-i^ettlers havb been here for two years, Fl;iiiec(ion witii tiic. recipe, T!ie pies-poor eltctric light service at Taber a|euC owner, Mrs. Gardiner wlio is it good story is going the rounds to | present in Let))bridge superintending the effect i,hiit the other evening a the deinonstration.s of tiie flour gentleman asked the C,P,R, agent for j wliich an' taking place in several of a ticket to Seven Persons and owing; our local grociTy stores, inhoiited the to the shadoM's the agent handed him seven tickets for Seven Persons. NEWSPAPERMAN I OTTAWA FIRM GETS CONTRACT KILLED HIMSELF i Ottawa, Oct, 5,-Henry and Smith, , ^ ,., i of Ottawa, have been awarded ,by New \ork, Oct, 4,-Albcrt iUo pubhc ^ovks dop^Hment. the <^otx. /nr, who committed suicide in l.�u- tlie big dock at Mission river