Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbridge Daily Herald, '.You can rarely distinguish weak spots m tiodenvear until holes' rub your expense. So' it's safer, cheaper to' insist -on Stand's Unshrinkable Underwear. For our careful sorting process only the very fineatwort. coured cleaned, combed until every short end and-weaJc fibre is pulled out. Finally the finished fabnc __perfectly knitted on patent pass rigid'exammation in front of a searching light that makes it impossible for the merest flaw to get through unnoticed. lib weak spots or dropped stitches STANFIELDS UNDERWEAR Made both'for womei and for men in perfectly fitting sizes. diSerent weights and qualities: from warm, heavy ribbed garments particularly suitable for outdoor workers to the soft, finely knitted underwear.so soothing to sensitive skins. Your local dealer sells'. Stanfield's TJnsnrinkable Underwear. Catalog on request, STANFJELXS LIMITED, TRURO, N.S. ____21 COUNTY TAKES ACTION AGAINST A TO W.N s.; Oct. The proper- ty of tlie town 'of. Glace Bay --eras lev- ied, "upon last niglit -by Ingram, .nigh sheriff -of the- county at ".the in-' stance of the municipality of Cape Breton. The warrants -issued claim an amount: of due the county for the town's share'of'joint expen- diture. The-seizure was made under a judgment 'by Co'unty. Judge Finlay- son, At the Majestic '.Totmorrow Night now in Alberta Stake T-abernacle course of erection. Building is active in Cardston this one of the latest improvements CARDSTON IS JUBILANT Oct. good news came over the wire Tuesday from B. N. Barker, secretary of the Board of Trade, who is in charge of tlie Card- ston district exhibit. The telegram read: "Won ten prizes including sec- ond -district place and trophy for best U'nx Duce, .Mrs. H. B. Brown and grasses and Thsjnembers of "the Board of Trade being the extension skyward of toe capial in (Janoon hotel. This popular hotel is constantly taxed 10 the limit and building is imperative in order to take care of the ever growing demands of the travelling public. Quite a party departed for Salt Lake on the annual conference excursion. Among chose leaving late were Mr LETHBR1DGE BETTER THAN EASTERN TOWN Local Man Returns From the Discusses Publicity "When a man comes from the East and gets back to this progressive, ac- Uvs community, it canuot help but stir and make him glad he is said A. Lonnquist, who has just returned from an extended trip lo the east. "-Personally, I consider it a priv- ilege to operate in real estate through the West. There is just as much currerence -between this city and a place of similar size in Eastern On-, tario as there is between chalk and cneese. if there is any community j east that had such building activity' as you have had here during the sum j mer, I want to know the name of the place. "The fact of the matter is. that it such a thing were to strike Brantford, for instan-ce, or Woodstock, or any of the rest of the dozens of similar siz- ed cities which we visited this sum- mer, they would call it a boom. j "I heard nothing but good about j .Letnbridge in the East. Most every-; body that pur their finger on the map j remarked what a wonderfully ad.van-j tageous location for a -city this is. The publicity that Hie West received in connection with the trip of Sir Wil- frid i-aurier cannot be overestimated. I believe that it will be. the means of MAJESTIC THEATRE Samuel Griffith, Owner. Harry Cleveland, Manager. Tonight Tomorrow Night OCT. 7 AND SATURDAY THE FAMOUS JUVENILE TONIANS" With ROSE (FATSIE) HENRY and 20 Other Clever Girl Artists 20 IN MUSICAL COMEDY COMIC OPERA FRIDAY NIGHT and SATURDAY MATINEE, the tuneful musical comedy "THE RANSOM" SATURDAY NIGHT the Charming Irish "THE ROSE OF BLANDEEN" EVERY ARTIST A GIRL EVERY-GIRL AN ARTIST PRICES 50c; Children 25c (not reserved) SALE OF SSATS WEDNESDAY AT RED CROSS DRUG STORE who have pushed this matter along 31iss Fern Wood. After a week's absence in British Columbia, Jas. Y. Card, manager of now feel jubilant over tie attain-1 rhe Card-Harris Co., has re- ments of-our exhibit and. all are ready j turned to his desfc His 'business was to congratulate Mr. Barker lor investigation of a big land pro- good- work he has. been the in the South Kootenay coun- means of bringing to a successful con- a tract of 213.000 acres. summation. School of Music, for Cardston He brings some luscious samples of rhe fruit grown over there and the "T i sight would almost nersuade one to Mr. Jos. Bonner, Cardstoas leading j pianist and-teacher of ing to establish a permanent school of instruction for the Csrdsion district j HAMILTON'S" POPULATION He purposes organizing an associa-' tion with of'control so that' Hamilton. Oct. pop- stuoios may be established and main- uiation is now an increase of Henry and Doris Canfield with the "JUVENILE BOSTONIANS" tained in the town with instructors j during- the -The assess- up the work prescribed by an increase of leading musical association in the old' over last year. country whose representatives will hold annual examinations Canada. Such a move is deserving of sup- port and a meeting is called for to- morrow evening for testing the senti- ment of the townspeople on this mat- ter. More Cement Walks In accordance wiih the petitions of j the property holders, the contracts lockout of operatives, are 'being filled for putting down ce-j ment sidewalks along Lyman street I for some three blocks. These jail be sis feet in width, as this will! the main thoroughfare to the new' COTTON SPINNERS LOCKOUT IS OVER -Manchester, Oct. trouble between the Federa- tion 01 Master Cotton -spin- ners, which resulted in the lockout of operatives, was settJed to-day, and the mills will reopen on FOR ALL OCCASIONS M to ti it be beautiful taercd rMtfercd witk tnw relitiour, tfas stirriag of great military the melody of i-astramental qaartetts, the thrilling notes of a Cafaec.or a Melba in the renditioa of operatic maiterpiects, or the side splitting merriment of a. Music Star, it is all there at the turn of a Land for the owner of a BERLINER OB VlGTOi GW-FHO! .AH that ia best ia the "world of music, song aad is brought to yonr OTTH fireside and brought in a manner so natural and lifelike, to complete and convincing you must needt pinch yourself to know that the great musicians of the -world are'aoriUadinf before yoa. Don't our word for it. Go to-day to the nearect Berfiaer and he will gladly play for you, without obligation, any of the 3600 selections ia the Victor.Catalogue. There is a Victor or Berliner Grant-o-phoae to every purse aad pay- menu can be arranged if desired. Victor Resords are both single and double tided. .Quality .the tame, bay double-sided if the combination.suits you. SEXGLE SIDED RECORDS. TSc. DOUBLE ioc. FOR THE TWO. _ Sample by mail on receipt of price and lOc. for postaLje. of Gram- o-pboaes cad over 3000 selections free by mail. 01 HERB A fBW OF THE LATEST OfFBRCfGS. That Rag Peerless Quartet 10 tnth 75c. 31722-" Xovc Sivine Marsh-Macdoocragh T2 inch 50e. for tL: Two. a lot of Eastern Canadian he near future. For in- stance, 1 read in the Toronto Evening Telegram a long newspaper article. How to Grow Hrdr It has Tieen proven that Henna leaves contain-the- ingredients thai will positively grow hair. Thai they for anicle setting forth the wonderful growth of and the fact that it was contain this long-looked Is proven every day. This preparation is called SAL VIA and is being sold with a. guarantee to cure and to grow hair ic _ J tBemg daintllf makes a most pleasant hair rh____..v- tjJiJ-i cii JJ-LWJi. u.o.Ji the ceuue of the coal mining industry jdre3sing. -The Alberta Drug Boofe of Western Canada. Such features .cannot help but attract favorable im- pressions from the capitalists, 'be- cause-cheap coal means inT- no matter where you" are. Co., your druggist, is the first to -im- port this preparation into "Lethbridge and a large, generous bottle, can b'e procured for 50c. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Two 'hundred thousand men and women marched through' the streets of Vienna as a protest against Tie high -price of living. Alberta was well advertised in Ontario and Quebec this year. The above is A suit for in connection a view of the Toronto headquarters of 88 Bay St. (ground floor) near King a western land deal is being- street, one of the principal thoroughfares of that city. 1 heard at Ottawa, DIAMOND KINGS No department in our busi- ness seems increase so rapidly as the "Diamond De- Close. prices, lowest- repre- sentations make this only pos- sible.' Eacn stone.is critically examined before-mounted. Our special Solitaire .is good value. Drop in and we will be pleased to show you anything you may-wish to see. E.A.EWEBT JEWELER, Round St. Uo RSD SSAL RECORDS. 12 inch ico Carnso 16566 (a) "Cotne be my Sunshine, Dearie" Macdonottgh Favorite (b) The Arcadians' Melodies 60023- PrTor's Band PURPLE LABSL. Nor 12 inch to-day what this snperb entertainer baa in store for you and "BE SURE TO HEAR THE VICTROLAS" Co., MONTREAL. WHEN THINKING OF XMAS GIFTS, REMEMBER THE VICTOR "While away, I visited the Canadian -National Exhibition at Toronto, with my partner, Mr. Mason, and, although must say I do net want to stir up any eeiiag against the northern part of j this province. I want to say most em- ticaiiy tbat I do not believe. South- ern Alberta got a fair deal from Ed- monton this year. I do not remem- Oer even Calgary being mentioned in he exhibit made by the provincial overnment at the Toronto exhibition, verytiiing was Edmonton, and when you asked questions you were inform- ed the north was the place for a crop every year. AS a- matter of tcere is no country that has a crop ev- ery year, and I believe that this off season has been a God-send in dis- guise, it will shake our. a lot of fei- iows who take up homesteads simply from a speculatived standpoint, an will also teach our farmers, that land nas to be properly cultivated in order to expect good returns. "I notice that the fall wheat is look ing -better this season that it ever nas -betore, and I predict that in a Tew months hence things will be much better than they were a year ago." ANNUAL MEETING OF LAKE OF THE WOODS CO. Montreal, Oct. annual meeting of the Lake of The Woods Milling Co. was held this afternoon., with Mr. Robt. Meighen, president of the company in the chair. The fin- ancial statement submitted showed net profits for the year to 5473.- .0S. During the year, in addition to regular dividends of- 6 per cent, a oonus" of five per cent, was paid. During the last three months of the year the dividend was raised from 6 to S per cent. The amount at the credit of the surplus account is now jpljU74.357.80, or a greater sum than the bond indebtedness of the com- pany. .The old directors were re-elected, and at a subsequent meeting of the ooard, Mr. Robt. Meighen was elected president and managing, -director; W. Hutchison, vice-president, and V. Hastings, general manager. There's a Great Difference The amerence between hand-made Semi-ready Tail- oring and machine-made clothing is not merely that one is made and designed individually and the other is cut, designed and made in the cheapest possible way by machinery. The big difference is one of quality. Ready-made clothing is generally made with the one consideration throughout the entire process, of niaking saving expense "cheap, cheaper, cheapest" ia work and in material. In Semi-ready Tailoring all other considerations are subordinated to quality. In this way has Semi-ready attained to the ideal and prestige of a well-nigh perfect product. "How good" and "how much better" can we make the clothes are daily themes of study A. Southard.