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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta fr s J_ilJ__ LTTHWIOOt, AtMHTA. IATUKOAY, OCTOMLft tt, MM. bodily if MARK JOHN, salt Yoar tttit w guaranteed to writ MAR JOHNSTON JOLLY OLD UNCLE JOSH IBs Great Generosity His Newly Married Niece A Ltthbridfc in Which ot Prominent Take Very Part "No grass shall remarked Uncle under our so -Joih, Co. doa't fency ia that PoUy lor the parlor and bed room and Uhw tunwd her attention to biaakcin, taiac, etc., for which talc U noted for giving extra choice to ehooM from and ao policy not to have that invi- ikai Wi hii inrtMre, tatko, had ooi Uade loah not known and when hit nev iuit wai ftaiahed, what wiw eeooonjr it w to trade at looked stylish in .it that foot Store, for Polly wife declared the had fallen in love fcmud and prices ao seductiTe with him much wooer had be only that ahe pure-hated an outfit from a been letting his clothes made by Hut slipper to a handsome Empress walk- "A pretty good aaid and now we'll go to big hardware stove store whare Polly's housewifely inatlacts will have full play in marvela of kit- chen apparatus. Thert U not au es- tablishment in the country that ctr- more comprehensive stock of cookiag Uncle Josh. "Every poasibie ptee ot kit- chen furniture from a tin dipper to cooking range mud variety." is here in all It Polly faJls to-ac- complish wonders in the culinary art, it will not be for the waat of super- ior cooking utensils, for she purchas- ton, the popular tailor. ing boot. Charley invested in Bar "So lar so senkntioWly re- rins gent's fine shoes, while Uncle Ditrked Uncte Jos'h as they left the indulged in a stout boot with tailor shop, "and one thing suggests rubbers foY the crowd. No one need- another. To make this personal dec- footwear can resist the and oration complete, Charley, you1 111 also prices offered by the Foot Toggery, need a new het and also a few other "Oh, say, exclaimed Folly, men's furniahings. Now the next "where can I go for dry goodt? This station the ears will stop at ia Me- draw hardly suitable, I must ad- Kelvie McGuire's men's furnish- mit." 'fWell, my girl, if you want ings storvj. I know of no one who to select from one ot the most popu- keeps so large or complete a line of lar ceUblivhotentt in the city, I will good styles that are cor- direct you to J. Brown i Co., Ltd., rect. There is no question about it, 'the firm I mentioned aboutjgroceries' my boy, McKelvie A McGuire's are who carry a stock of dry goods that in a position to supply the good drees for variety and real value its seldom ers in, more satisfactory styles and seen outside the largest metropolitan by S( Gulhrie iss" But the speaker took a over bashfulness, only to hear a 'sweet Charley." 'Cam I aspire is' a Upae into sileooo followed encouraging Charley." _ if I might 'only hope to what's first du the "Oh goodness knows there's lots to remarked "Polly, "Then suppose we buy 'lots' quoth. .Char ley with- out turning ;a ._ hair. "Weil, I; see you'vu got a great head for business" laughed Uncle Josh, "w-o'll just stop at Albert E. Ives' real estate office. I can always depend upon -him for bargains for real estateVas he never holds out false lights to Induce peo- Another failure of language. It was ingly a hopeless case, and might seem other equipments needed in a Veil reg ulatcd kitchen, all oi which Uncle Josh paid for with delight 'cause knew Hayr Bros. had. treated, tutu right, just as they treat everybody. While Uncle Josh was ponlirlug where to go next. Folly suddenly ask. ed: "Uncle, where can I find tho leu fl- ing millinery "Just a few doors further remnrkwl Uncle Josh, "and we will visit Miss Cooksley, who by; the way, rn hand one of the comptetest stocts of They have all the Uttcst in fashionable dress goods prices than anybody in town, and cities. he's satisfied with a moderate profit weaves too." Calling at McKelvie Me- and you are sure to be guided right Quire's Charles invested in a com- in your selections. You will tiud the plete outfit from.a late style hat down J. Brown Co., Ltd., pleasant to to soz, declared that "if a deal with and their employees police man couldn't get satisfied at that and expert, while the prices store it would be his own fault." be duplicated." It did not take Tol- pie to what AlbertTE. Ives: millinery to be found m thviHty. tells you about property, may be set down as solid facts. He controls a large list of dcsiniblo residences as well as farm properties, and his judg- par You can get whalt you w-j-V the latest styles uiid prints being her motto. Miss Cook t a good tuste and sxporienco that when you have purchase I of her i niv for demure excellence." Accordingly Mr. Ives i you have the thing ac.online U, fn- accompanied.'ithe trio Tind before re-'shion and a satUfirtiou {tr Lnarlcv, L saiu ir-_. r .L. if you mean it. 1 mean it. too. jturmnslhacrsola i 'his wards a cosy cottage, Having already for the Uncle Alter this .visit, Uncle Josh suggest ly long to tell a bargain when she ed a to some place of refresh- saw one. She got handsoma dress, At the refreshment table the with all necessary trimmings, and sc- old man waxed philosophical. "Ne- other articles of "fantastic dis- ver neglect your said he. array" so dear to the heart of every "That important adjunct to house- woman. keeping controls masculine temper.! Returning from the drv "oods To that end.you must patronise a Charley intimated to .L'ncte Josh that grocer on whom you can' depend for he would like a dish of good, oysters honest goods." Through a long per- "All right, my boy, I was ihmkmj iod of years I have found the J. about that myself, and I'm tjlad you Brown Co., perfectly reliable, mentioned it, 'cause "I must say that You will find this careful firm-, fully there is any one thing on th's And to this duy that young man will insLit that he popped the ques- tion, i .All this happened away "down and it long before there was a wedding. Not much longer be- fore there; was a letter from Polly's Uncle Josh, (Hon. Joshua Turner, an pioneer oi Lethbridge) rich, gen- goods there, while the prices are .down town to get good oysters, served up the first thing look after will i hat and the bill didn't scare be the lurnishmgs .for Hereupon Polly energetically declared that sho had heard so much about the Turpiu Furniture Go. that she had decided, to go thc-re. The result was that they were ushered into such a bewildering and level headed, who wrote display that the girl was at. first atj either. "Let's promised you a gold watch, didn't 'queried Uncle Josh of Polly, 'and W. J. Armstrong is the man to give us the worth of our Entering the popular jewel- he old man gallantly money. effusively at his delight of her exhibi- tion of what he called and he proposed that if the young people at Lethbridge he would start them up in Jife, as a wedding gift, having rully, explained that- this was the best spot in the world for married couple to get a ataxt. Of course they and were soon bidding their friends udieu. a loss how to select. But she soon ted. himself .of the promise and then directed Polly's attention to the su- yielded to tho seductiveness of a mag nificent suite, a bed room set in oak. golden finish, that would do credit to old Mr. Klondyke himself. To this she added an easy chair for Uncle Jesh, and didn't forget a most perior stock of jewelry carried by the house. is no other such a house in' town." said the old man, "and I will guarantee the quality to be the- very best. Pick out your fa OUR STOCK OF LADIES'RINGS Including Every Good Kind Gema, Diamonds, Rubies, Turquoise, SoliUire, Twin, Three Stone and Weddinf Riufa. You are always sure ol fettiof from 'ua something that exactly to your notion. R. A. Wright The Jeweler The Largest Diamond Stock in Southern Alberta k a Electors, Mark Your Ballot as Follows: CHAS. ALEXANDER MAGRATH W. C. SIMMONS Charley woll- the cigar ilncfc 'Josh treated him to that to brass .tacks. To keep peace in this m styie is Chow Sam's, so we'll family get-all your groceries off the drop in and get some, and if you J. Brown 4Co., Ltd. don't say that I took you to the pro convenient and ornamental writing milv clock here" he added desk for "Hubby" Charles, having j "W- J- .Armstrong carries a magnifi- to the concruSionlhat "the TUT- line' Don't {orSct anotber fact'" A few weeks subsequent to the ab- conversation a travel-stained par- ty arrived in Lethbridge. Our friend, "Uncte Josh, was'in charge and he led the party straightway to the Letn- bridjte hotel. "We'll go to the Leth- said he. 'that's the place and 1 hare Icaown Win. Henderson for years and he is mine host'alter, mine heart; being endowed with that delightful intuition that makes -a guest feel at home, comfortable, con- tented, and in mighty good luck. The Bouse Is one of convenience; the apart are well furnished and-the cui- that hotel is noted for its table, so I have engaged rooms here until your own house is in readiness." pin Furniture Company's prices were below the ivery whisper of competi- "But say, uncle, aren't you about to forget one of the greatest essen- tials of our asked Polly. "You haven't said a word about carpets yet." "Jes jes so" replied Uncle Josh, "it does beat all how you wimmin folks can" think of things, but I tell you it won't take me long to think of the store for carpets. Fact is. we're "in -it right now. Anything from linoleum for the kitchervto the most, elegant Brus- sels or Axminster for the parlor, you can get 'em here, and the Turpin Fur THE PERFORMANCES AT THE LYCEUM TOMIGHT WSLL MENCE AT 7.30 PROMPT. COM- he continued, ever you unfortun- ately riced optical goods, this is the place to come to'get your eyes scien- tifically tested and fitted free, and >ay, my boy, :remember that W. J. Armstrong is also an expert doctor on sick watches. At this point, somewhat to the con- fusion" of Charlie, the old man indulg- ed in a hali serious criticism of his personal appearance. "You are de- cidedly off style for a said we'd better go see Hut- ton about, some, new duds. That's an up to date place, where they un commanded Uncle per place then your Uncle Josh is no as the party came in front of J. D. prophet." Calling at this popular Higinbotham A Co., chemists and restaurant .and fruit store, the trio druggists. "Walk right in." "Why, regaled .themselves in delicious bi- Uncle, we're not sick, "Guess valves, which Charley declared would I know laughed the old man, surpass even the dream of an epicure but I suspect it won't be long before aud he said that he guessed he'd this young man begins to take an in- drop into Chow Sam's pretty often, terest in matters of paregoric and "And another place I wish to take "We'll go in any- you. children, is to the Lyceum Thea- way and acquainted, -besides tre." remarked the old man. "Your Polly may-: find t some; toilet articles introduction to: Lethbridge would not she wants." Sure enough, -before bts half complete without. Talk ab- .eaving "he was loaded down with out theatres, why bless you there combs, and none that can come up to the several bottles -pf perfumes. Lyceum, so we will just drop around "Don't added Uncle Josh, there now and see if we can get tick to come here with your prescriptions ets for tonight's performance. I was as J. D. Higinbpth'am Co. and there to sec the show the other ev their clerks are competent pharma- ening. and bless my soul, if tha cists, who use none but pure reliable and place wasn't playing to as big a house as they do down in Winnipeg ie ibox and advisod us j to rJMneiuber the brand .when he f f his next birthday present :to also make note .of he iae Cigar Store's, fine dis- tobaccos, pipes, ommend itbout the electrician, inquired Polly. "You re- nember, you saidi you. rwould see some body fofc Jes-so, jes: so; and have "any" botcher 'do the .Til'. talk to McKenzie Roy'about that. We've got to haver wires .put in, a couple of chan- deliers, besides some electric bells. icKenzie Hoy are tho men to do work. They observe closely all the laws guarding against wire coming iri contact and causing trou- ble. You.can always feel safe about the noiise when4 practical men, sucbi as 1 know McKenzie, A Roy to-be) have done the work." The aforesaid wine, or rye, for instance, for' medf- cinal purposes, you certainly, my qtdeidy Uncle Josh, a, ungbt-sjnilfti itself over his benevolent visage, "a case of good port and ertson's special will be about the pro per caper, but the proper person to apply to for such extras 'in thu town is A. L. Roy. I'll personally guarantee anything that from A. rL. Roy's. Suppose you go down. and bring up a little 'good cheer' right away. And say, don't forget to tell Mr. Roy to put in ,u case of Lethbridge Beer." And Charley act- ed on the order at once. En route to their hojne the party called on the Herald office. "You'll want the -news of' the. remark- ed Uncle Josh, '-'and as this is favorite local paper, here I'll sub- "And, "we'll .require to "At Home? cards prin ted to -to'> our 'said.-Polly, you c'ati't .find a prlnt- me! Oh ejaculated Pol- The Lyceum always ly as they a show win- Kood vaudeville stpnts on, and an dow, "what a perfectly lovely slip- illustrated song singer that beats any per." said. TJncle Josh, the Pne out .in the country. They have Foot Toggery stock can't be the Fairchilds and Dainty Doris Don- ed in style and extent in this section, ncr playing there.this week." Go in, look it ovex, and get acquaint- "Look exclaimed Charlie, derstlnd' a7diedv Pick out what you want and rU she rolls-the: prettiest, nif' tT" rubber-tired buggy thai ever hard roads soft as summer Come and laugh at drcams: me that for i the new screaming farce "The "AH snid the "I electrician got the contract, what Uncle Josh said he would-dp, and won Polly's praise fbr his excel- lent workmanship.-: foot the bill. It might have been tiest made are noted for good fits, and I'll bet you look more like a> newly married man when you. get togged out in a Hutton suit." Charley found a large stock-of wool and Prima Donna in Electrt- around ing establishment in "the- said Uncle JoshV .r'They are' always gjaii' }tp show k snmplcs ..of 'stock and} K; .they .tell you .that; an order know where that comes Saunders' warehouse, just down aHottow Ground As Illustrated.. Set of Two HI Leather Case Doublc Concave for Extra Heavy Beards Carbo Magnetic Strop Strop Aide THE RAZOR OF PERFECTION NO HONINQ-NO GRINDING 25c j the street a step. We'll have one of i Ihose and we'll get it without having j to eke out our pocket boot's or mort- j Raging our characters for wise and (Careful buying." Of course." said j Charley, "it will cost to keep a horse, and "the first outlay is not the whole expense that carri-tge I folk have to pay." "Yes." reyliod 1 the old man, "that's no "Josh'" if i you'll overlook so poor a joke in j business if you buy your hay and oats from the same people you will get the best quality at tr-c smallest price possible as everybody had been running all the In need of so he asked the generous old, JJncte to grant him absence" until her-7had his whiskers "Why: of said his' uncle, "but what'is the. use of having JLhem pulled when j-pu can get a good clean shave by going to Alf barber shop.: AH is gentlemanly and courteous, his costuroers rare desCrvinjr, of your pat- ronage. Charity's wi'll shaved and smiling face soon appeared again. gum. that shove was all tic said. '''Alf Hdselton's all right." replied Uncle Josh. "He hires the highest'priced, skilled labor in town, and a better hair cutter I don't know of. It don't take him long to go over my old ruefully re- marked Uncle, "but he's got the rep- utation, and that's what, counts. .Bid you for'.Vyou when. o' clock. There is nothing in line. .thiat the: Herald and always iooka Upon summing up the wonderful events-of the day .Polly V You bought us .she exclaim- ed. one replied -'but I can remedy that. The Turpin Furniture Co. al- ways has a nice line of them and ycti can get one whenever j-ou want it; I'll pay 'for the best." NO MORE RAZOR TROUBLES NO NEW BLADES NO ANNUAL TAX havc n bath, "You bet. had a fine one while waiting my turn." "Yum; laughingly escaped says Eolly's rosebud lips, as shc glanced name locally is 'Legion.'" into attractive confection- ery store. "Uncle Josh, you know ex. RAZOR ERU, ASTTNX3r SHAVING COMFORT Will Last a Lifetime. CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS have f MOT are TEMPERED BY ELECTRICITY, wfekfcxs OUR OWN EXCLUSIVE SECRET PROCESS-the fUci ttsed in their manufacturt is of the finest and Swedish make. This wonderful discovery is the result of years of experiment and study, and at last there has been produced razor that will shave any heard, NO MATTER HOW TOUGH. ELECTRIC TEMPERING adds CARBON to the steel; whereas tempering by fire, (the only other method known for centuries) DESTROYS the CARBON which is the life of steel. All other makes of razors must be HONED AND GROUND often, ax their blades will NOT hold an edge any length of time. CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS do not require HONING "And as you are to keep a continued Uncle Josh, "J reckon I'll have to give you my marc-. but you'll need harness. Now the boss horse milliners of this sec- tion, to my notion, -s ih Lethbridge Saddlery Co. There is nochia? harness that cannot bo had of tho.n. heavy and light, single r.nd 'Ici Me, plain and v.'irk nsil 1mr ness, they have >m in stock, or can i make 'em to order, every rth- er kind of turf goo-Js and the finest lot of .'ap robey, ulnnkfts and saddles you 3- ur upon." Culling ;ipon I.r.thtndge Saddlery Co. Charles soon that Uncle Josh had tak-jn him to a good place and he r, r-Pt of harness that Makes 'Kitty'" look like a two-ycnr-oU. "Well, great smoke, Charley, where in the name of creation did you get that rope? That's about the worst snipe that ever came in contact with my olfactory laughingly re- marked Uncle Josh. "Step in bore I've got a sweet tooth, t.f 10 to the Wallace Cigar Store a.id get and those made candies look so nice I just can't resist the temptation to go in." Charley here objected, 'cause he knew if Polly got into a confec- tionery store once, there's where she'd likely wont to stay. He relented, however, when Uncle Josh-said. Ice Cream, so they went in and after r galing themselves in delicious ico cream, the girl loaded up on choco- lates and bon bons enough to make every tooth in the country ache Polly was a splendid judge of sweet- meats, and she indulged in a profuse compliment to what shc found a1 Rochon's. and while we ore on this im portant topic of con tinued Uncle Josh, "we must not for get meat. It goes hand in hand with bread. Now the nejct thing is to lo cate a good market where you can get wholesome meats, poultry, etc. at all times, and according to my no tion P. Burns Co.. Ltd., is th only firm to supply you. This is the Polly witfc reat surprise. "Uncle -what can it "Well, it's baby carriage, But Polly had fainted! Little Dorris will please you at the Lyceum. ft Accounts must be 15th of each month A. L. Roy Wholesale Liquor Merchwt 50 P.O. Bn boss meat market in the city and is or the OF ELECTRICITY. MAGMET1C FIVE times fcy the HAMBURG METHOD, the most expensive grinding known. YOUR DEALER will delrrrr to you one of these CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS on 30 days' trial, without obligation on your part to advantage of this opportunity. Break away from the barber habit! You wifl s annually. Call on our representatives ia your town, and request a copy of Hints On Shaving booklet illustrates the correct razor position for shaving every part of the face (ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN FROM also telli ffl you HOW TO STROP A RAZOR PROPERLY; should cttr dealer be out of them, drop us a card, and we will you one by return Firm of A. L, SILBERSTEIN, flakers, 459-461 N. V- BY w W. GRAY, Lethbridge a clgar, then you'll have a lar wjth who is par. man s smoke. The Wallao Tho rcasQn Store takes great pride lo VI for thjs JR thcv are very CBre. the leading brands, both imported! M .R sclcction stock> thc plnce grows more every day Dainty Dorns Donncr at ihe Ly- ceum in Wooden Shoe rare treat. IP1T L?