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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta raiMv. dcttew HOOtCVfLT MAY YCT Boston Lunch Antw that ABE: IU over the City. Every I ody Odor of fine Nest of Arlington Barnes Road Open Day and Nigbi, Wbiu> Help Only. CAFE already established au enviable You may as well have the best. We invite comparison Siugle MeaU .35 Weekly Board Rate, 5.CO Per Chow Sam Co. McKelvie McOuire's Old Stand SOTttMlSATAIltXHJIS Fresh Oysters At the Wterti ShoH Orders at all Hours Oliver Block Phoae 228 Bowville NO GOOD HUNTER will sUrt out with a poor gua if lielp it. He can help it, and so can GET YOUR GUN here, and it will be a good one. We many, styles and. oriceju- but you won't find a poor gun in the lot. AMMUNITION which we carry is of the best, and prices are right. HOWARD CASE ICO. not entirely vrita- The powitility of IB ev WAS admitted today 'by ftereral identified with the' Aduiinwtration. The moit 'ifnifteont from a close tdviser of the President who baid, after per- "The President has no present in- tention speaking Irom the plat- form in thg campaign. but it would not be-safe-to'jwedict that he will not. -la, the "cage of the President one never cau tell. 11 he beli-vei the LETHB1IDGE ALTA. MMMMMMMM' HOME MADE Brown Cream Milk v PaniLoaf Bates fe bed Materials Used Oct. Robert Burns left Wednesday Minneso- ta on business. 1 Mr. Paulson has purchased a safe to keep his business papers in. Mr. Carl Peterson bought a new gang plow from Mr. Paulson and is now working his mother's farm. There was, a Percherou Stallion purchased .by company, of twelve men at three hundred dollars per share. They are keeping him at Mr. 0, W. OlfVer's. There is a lot of trouble about tru mail between Bowville and -Leth- bridge. The people petitioned the Government for. the mail twice a- and it was granted but now a very was'sejit in and; der was informed that hia bid'was too high so we are likely not to get the mail twice a week. John Jonnson and Mike Gaven have just completed a well at Hill and have started another one. Bennie -Brandvold, Will Fry, Tom i Sauby, Ed.., Olson and Chester .Ol- son, on Crooked Lake XI o be gone a. week. ND HAND STORE 410 ROUND STREET When people ask the price of my goods they Bay OBJ '-Nuffsed HOW CHEAP! Frank Waddington TEI_fe-PHONE IN MODEL: RondSt Phone 111 SCHWEITZER BROS., Th.-re are teams all--times-of the clay pasisng- through .Bdwville haul- ing grain to Lethbridge. Miss Hilma Peterson has been ap- pointed local registrar of vital statis- tics at Bowville. Mr. Hitchcock has been appointed T road overseer, and will asi -v- ,v sono as he can secure teams and Mr. Paulson has bought a new gasoline engine and expects to grind 1 feed here this winter. Mr. John Clark is doing a rushing business in his harness shcp. Mr. Schneider is very busy in his blacksmith shop from morning to j late at night. Threshing will soon be done in this i vicinity. -All of the machinrs have stopped operations because of the wet weather. Flax raising will be a thing of the past here. Everybody says it does not pay. The school inspector visited district last vrrek. Taber; Ojct. 7.-4Mr; A: J. .Irving general agent of the Massey-Hams and Mr. Rioux, "travelling im plement expert, are in Taber today stock' taking of fhe company's 'ma quire it he wit take tlje slump." From other sources almost as high- y authoritative came the information that the President will be governed strictly by what he may regard as the necessities of the situation next month. Members of the Gobi net will lioi be surprised, if Mr. Boosevelt decides to make a speeches for Tail, .and at least one of them wjll surprised if ho does not. If Mr. Bryan decides not to write any more letters to the President on campaign subjects Prudent Roose- velt will be disappointed, for he has said frequently since a week ago .thai- he wcjtuld. welcome every opportunity to reply to the Democratic candidate. It was said at. the White Houae today make no reply to-Chancellor Day's atteck; published this morning. The subject of-the letter was discussed informal-, ly at the Cabinet Mr- Roosevelt prof .'seed to feel, great sat- isfaction that such a stanch friends and: defender, of the Standard Oil Company-should.attack him, and'by implication Secretary Root. OLD GUARD SHUNNED Sydney Fisher at Aylmer, Ont.) "Instead of. having colleagues from the House on the platform with him, Mr. Borden is going about the coun- try from other pro- ;Vinces riot themselves mem- bers pi Parliament and therefore not Accountable the electors for their reckless staiements." v are. Dr. .Sproule, gart; MfJ Monk; Mr. W. F." KacleanT those who take a leading part in W. A- J.P., returned from he proceedings of Parliament? Is it hat they are fighting for their lives nd dare not leave their constituen- Calgary this morning. He is eareful- SIFTON AT FIRESTONE. this F1REMAN MAY DIE. Pipestone, Man., Oct. Clif-j Montreal. Oct. W. Ewr- ford Sifton and s-veral other promi-! ett, fireman on the C.P.R., was prob- nent Liberals addressed a meeting j ably fatally burned by an explosion ly investigating the validity of the present the BountifulBoard of .Trustees in taxing tors; and-homesteaders who came in possession of. lands since the first of September, months after the assessment roll for 1908 had been'de- clared All who have come in possession of the above named lands either have or will enter pro- tests within the prescribed time al- lowed by the law. Tax levied Js ?16 no reduction even being allowed the farmer for the .right-of way belonging to thi C.P.R. track which passes through some of .thesf quarters. Clarence LaVton is suffering a se- vere attack of appendicitis. He wil b3 taken to th-3 Gait hospital to- night on the flyer, wheri it is fearcc ho will have to undergo an operation No wind, plrnty of sunshine, gives the appearance of a midsummer day The mines show more activitv than here Saturday afternoon. Owing to j of a barrel of oil at Outremont round the threshing being in progress, the j house last night. Everett was draw- meeting was not so largely attended I i )g oil from a barrel for his engine as otherwise it would have been, but; when th? oil caught fire from a light- the hall vras filled, and the speak- ed torch ho held in his hands. He ers. given attentive hearing-. was taken to an hospital. usual, with scarcely an idle man t he found in th> town. Carpenter and mechanics are again sharpenin their tools preparatory to the buildings planned to be erected i the near future. ies? The would 'not have believe so. ;f 'T think itlwould be if Mr. Jorden his confidence in his and they in vhen he comes be-fore the electors." Knowledge is is not confined to -''book this busy world oi burs, education is but the preparation for thie higher school of life. The knowledge acquired by the makers of "Pro-' gress Brand" Clothing has nude their names a power in the mercantile ,5Their knowledge of Valnes, of style andtailonngi- has made the "Progress .-Brand" trademark a -power :for high quality. The knowledge of -what and -where to :buy thus becomes a power in economy that may be translated into dollars and cents. of Tipgmai Brand' V every man the power to bay stylish, perfect fitting, excellently clothes, at the very lowest prices. The onl- know- ledge that, must be acquired is, what dealer i han dies "Progress Brand." Know this; and you have the power to grt the in Clotbeadom.Beat in( Canada BrittKiV They it to their, customers, because .the .makers to them: Knowledge is power. Turn your knowledge of clothing to good account by buying "Progress Brand" Oothing. 20 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY PRESIDENT NOT TO TALK. Washington, D.C.Y Oct. dent Roosevelt told-Senator.Hemen- way today that he ]did not consider it necessary for him to made speech rs in of Mr. Taft. Th'e Presi- dent said he had numerous requests to go on the stump, but he had decided not to accede to them? SIR WILFRID AT QUEBEC. Quebec, Oct. may have been the reception accorded Sir Wilfrid Laurier during his present campaign, that given in his honor this by the electors of Que- bec East shoxvs his old riding is still faithful to him. His welcome sur- passed in pres'ent- and en- thusiasm anything yet seen since his opening speech at Sorel. Colemah Oct. Lewis was injured; while at work in the mine ttday. was struck in tne back by a fall "of rock, rand will li-i-U.-il for some time. He was to the hospital, where'he is progressing favorably under medical care. T. Swan, of Pincher Creek, but for- merly of resumed work here with the International Coal and Coke Company. Wesley Dunbar, of P. Burns and Co., Frank, paid Colemau a visit on Wes was formerly a Cole- man resident, but has been away from the Pass all Summer. He is quite well satisfied with his summer's work, having put it the prairie, .and was. fortunate enough to get a homestead and a pre-emption in one of the- best districts in Southern Al- amount of money -expended in wages in each place. The work is wellrar- ranged, the matter carefully 'prepar- ed, and the information exceptionally THE DESBARATS NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY FOR IMt. The Desbarats Newspaper Dh-ectory for 1908 has just been issued by the Desbarats Advertising Montreal. The object of this publi: cation is to give advertisers "general- ly all the facts in. connection with the different publications of the Do- minion. This. includes a (full descrip- tion of each newspaper, with "refer- ence to its history, its circulation, its home and -its-readeri: A. sketch of-each town The -_ special feature of .this -directory which j years.-, ago jrith a very; modest appro- is in any other newspaper success is largely directory in the country, is a com-j du'2 to aervicea and good plete list of industries in each'news-j advice; given the Agency.' Though ory of great asaistanco in enabling them to select the periodicals to :use iin j-fthrir advertising campaign. Of the Desbarats 'Advertising- it can be said that no agency stands higher -in .the of publish- ers generally "and advertisers who have availed themselves of their ser- vices; -Many- largest adver- tisers -are who' mtny INTING NO ORDER TOO LARGE NO ORDER TOO SMALL l Phone 144 When You Require a Printer Our Plant is most up-to-date and ou-r Prices Reasonable. Samples and Quotations Cheerfully Submitted and all Work Guaranteed Stationery and Office Supplies We can afford to sell at a very close price as our business has GROWN to snch an extent, proving that way in we conduct our business, namely, Profits arid Rapid Returns.'7 is the onlv SUCCESSFUL manner in which satisfaction both to our Customers and ourselves can be obtained Quotations and Samples Cheerfully Submitted WESTERN STATIONERY CO. Ltd. PHONE 144 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. berta. :D. r. Hughes, postmaster and gen- readers and gives merchant, Crow's Nest, transact- ed business in Coleman today. Miss Rose, who has been visiting her Mrs. D. J. Hill, will likely reside in Coleman permanent- ly. Mrs. Jaa. McNeill returned on Mon- day evening from a two weeks' visft with friends in Cranbrook. Miss Reid, of Hartney, Man., has j taken a on the staff. G. Wilkinson left this morning on the Spokane flyer for the Coast. Robt. Dunlop and J. Graham ex- pect to open the Pacific hotel in the future, and will run it as a boarding house. H. Maltby returned to Nelson on Wednesday morning last after hav- ing spent several weeks' holidays in Coleman and vicinity. The C.P.R. are extending the side track used for empty coal cars at the west end of the town, and are mak- ing other extensive improvements in the vicinity. Miss Annie Higvins left last week for Helena, Mont., where ah> will spend several months visiting friends R. Moffat, of Cranbrook, represent- ing the Great West Life, paid Colo- man a business visit last week. Messre. Clayton and Morrison hav leased the skating rink for the aeason 1903-1909, and are promising to have things in first-class condition when the season opens. In keeping witl istrr Jwiai nrptrtniiuii "iptmntmlr will, ui course, have a hockey second to in the Pass this year again. P. A. Poulaon, of Kitchener, B.C., spent part of last week in Coleman renewing old acquaintances. Mr. PouLson was one of Coleman's pion- eers, having at one been largely interested in the promotion of the International Coal and Coke Co. He was pleased with the rapid progress Coleman has made, and was very much interest :d in the mine develop-" ment, and thi- proud position it had attained. paper town or city in the Dominipn. The compilation of this "list no doubt enormous amount of work, but an ad- v rtiser's point of view is. very" great, as it indicates the ojuah'ty of the an idea- of the the Desbarats Directory, is we are informed that it wilLbe sent to any good standing 'in- terested in for 35 cents' to cover cost of postage, etc. The ad- dress of Agency is 42 Victoria Square, Montreal. The Wlierta Railway art ImgatioB Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOtS ON THE EACH Also a lew Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each One-third cash ,r one- thirtl G 12 .monthi. Interest 6 per cent, per ami Mtaf Mpta to (M UdMp, b, iiits true ue- lights of fine cooking are known only to of Happy Thought Ranges Remember that there it no for this range. It has noeqnal. There can be none jnntus good until perfection ill match. CALL AND SEE THEM HAYR BROS. SVCCCMOTS to G. L. U II M M.M1.U 75 ;