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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, October THE LETHBRinOF, DAILY TTTCKALD FOR BEING Union Thanksgiving Service- Sermon by Rev. Dr. Spencer "Utcss the l.vrtl, 0 my soul, and forget not all His 103, verse 3. Optimists expected more fall business, jiiev. Dr. spencer 1 i enumerated some prepared for wo're getting more! We started with the biggest variety of patterns in our, history, and we've been adding new patterns every week. Overcoats, Top Coats and finest selection you ever garment with that Semi-ready hauteur and grace in its lines of art beauty.' S15 to and As good as you can imagine. Mostly English; some Canadian weaves. Hefore a comfortably filled chuicb Magrath, Oct., Magrath to the toivn, but not on the accoutm Town Council met in regular session Accepted from creditors. evening In the Council Chambers. A. 0. Riefa and George Uone were fa attendance- to champion a petition There were present Mayor J. D. Klrle from the ratepayers ot the southwest RESULT OF EXPERIENCE IN THE CHAIN GROWING THE PINCHER CREEK DIS- TRICT Uiert, Oct. The 1913 and Councillors Bennlon. Heather- part of town. The petition asked that season is now a iWr.K of Jensen, Malbin, town solicitor the Council (ate steiij to open-up the ihe, as past week saw most 11. Ostlund, and Secretary Godfrey, lateral from which they procure their of the outfits pull in lor the winter, A number of ImportAnt n-.ilters were water, and If the Initial wort Is done; or unJ-1 the cry of Ult calls there taken up acd disposed or. the most they offered to the ditch clean to duty. The snowblorih uf a Important being toe- i-assage of a reso- iu the future. Tie works ar.d pro-- couple o! ago. delayed the liitton Instructing the license and po- committee recommended that thrc.-hlm; operations coiis'deraUy, but lice commitMc to have the solicitors the request of the pcllllocers be grant- lortunatply not seriously. The crops draw up a licence by-law with respect ed providing they would pay their full taken on a whoie in this district, to pool the principle sUpi-'.iilona water taxes. In the discussion that have turned o'Jt with a very good av- to be a license of ?1CO for the fret ensued it was revealed that there was erage, although not entirely up to table and 150 each for one who was objected to 'this ditch the expectations ol Ihe majority ol tables and a o'clock closing hour of ten passing through his land. This was R. RaflmUEsen, who threatened If people early In the summer. Tliere have been some excellent T HE SEMI READY STORED EMPRESS BLOCK, Leihbridge. S. C. BATEMAN, Mgr. to a resolution passed some time ago duties we ask ;.by the Council to the effect that it