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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Monday, October 24. 1910 COLD Prepare for it by leaving your order with us for Storm Sash and Storm Doors. We will also arrange for putting on and fitting Stli Street S. Phose 763 LUMBER CO. 13th Street N. Phone 1063 ftt N. Lethbrldw Taber Bow Island Milk River High Claresholm Nanton Granum Klpp Jcu BET A i TTI17! II Q14T3TTRQ JbAUilrULt ortKUoo Are you aware of the targe Jir LJidt- Ll'_; mar fail will nbte by the prices A threshing outfit from Burden has been shelling out the grain for the farmers around here. The grain is nice and plump, too. the cradle. It. cost and cut n five-foot swath. Three men required to operate it. Mr.Rankin was-married in 1850, and paid his last-' S4 to the preacher. But he had eighty, acres of land at j that time an-d a few head of cattle. They had to trade for everything to cat and wear. I Jt was in IS65 that Mr. Rankin first ers yesterday, and In the evening the citizens entertained the minister to a complimentary supper at the National Hotel. The loyal and toasts were interspersed with songs and re- citations Jjy members of the Stettler orenestra. Interesting speeches were delivered by Hon. Miichell, Inspector Hoyce and Professor Kerr. ner. was a guest of Geo. Burrows and ing Mr. Burrow's brother near Warn- er on Sunday. Mr. Geo. Close returned to Montana last -week. Sunday school and church services at the school house were well attend- ed last Sunday. Tnere will be special thanksgiving services at the school house at 3 p.m.. on Sunday, October 30. MAKES HAIR GROW Tne Algeria Drug and Book Co. nas an invigorator that will grow liair or money back. Tne Lime to take care of your hair is wnen you have hair to take care of. If your hair is getting thin, gradu- ally failing out, it cannot be long be- fore the spot appears. The greatest remedy to stop the family for a few days last week. Spembauer. Ira Rouse, Jake iluspari and JLouis Buzbprrow were in nair from falling is SAL.VJA. the business'last week. i great American hair grower, first dis- McKnigntT-Bros. have nauled their {covered in England. SALVIA fur- sinter's supply of hay down to their' msiies nourishment to the hair roots rancn. Geo. Burrows and family were visit- and acts so quickly that people ara amazed. A large bottle for 50c. WINN1FRED NEWS Some more wild geese coming This j of way, A small herd of antelope has seen near here. Soon time for the season's shooting to close. Mr. Dunn, south oi town, load of furniture, etc., shipped in few days ago. It looks the Dunns had come to stay. NAB OPIUM SMUGGLERS El Paso. Texas. Oct. fail session of the federal court which, closed here today resulted in the' tip of two organized gangs opium smugglers. The operations the smugglers, ra- diated from here to many of the large cities of the country. It is estimated .that fully .Ibs. Ik S1000 a pound, were as" though here each month, previous to the arrests made last spring by prevalent in Mr. Rankin's bovhood that there were other causes of worrv tlien. In 1840, to pay a store debt for his father, he hauled -dressed hogs to the town of Oquawka, III., on the i began to make bis; money. He bought Mississippi river, and sold the -meat cattle in Chicago'at a hundred, for SI to arp now worth And it was those davs. Henry Simanton has just bought an treasury officials. HAY AND GRAIX MERCHANTS Brome'ancl Upland. Oats, Wbeat, Bran, Skorts, Rolled and Chopped Gram and Potatoes always in stock Block. Phone 426 of Dallas. Phone 683 a hundred. Live SS a hundred pounds, harder to raise hogs in The corn they were fat- took their, to Paxton, fed them corn, fattened them, and sold them in New York at per hundred. Tlir-n he- embarked in the broorn corn business. tcn-eti on was cultivated with a sin- j having purchased a.larcc area of land, gle shovel plow and the Around plow-' and he cleaned up in this a wooden moldboard- plow. venture, which people said would bej break him. with This wooden moldfaoard had to T1 i fiTsfVTi! Tf FASHION IS LATE At Theatrical Attractions at Fischer Creek-Sale of Farm Man i Pincher CreelvV.Oct. fash- ionabU- circles'. of "-Pincher -Creek are entirely resporrsihle for the late hours! the at, winch 'travelling companies com- mence their performances in the op- era house here. Nine o'clock is the earliest for these dandified people to thc-ir seats, and consequently the delays occasioned in staging the in- tervening acts of a play extends it jinto an hour, verging on midnight he- i fore all is over. On Saturday night i last the curtain did not fall on the (final act of "Pierre of the Plains" un- I til fifteen ir.inutes of midnight. Some j one has that the Moral Re- form League might Lake a han-d in matters of this kind as being within their premises, for many children arc to be. seen in these audiences whose proper places are in bed. It is to tho credit, of the opera house management that their own moving, picture enter-i tainiiients conclude-each night sborth after ten o'clock, many children bun, present at all of them. Between 25 and 30 of the leading vocalists of town arc arranging to present the opera entitled "The Musi- cal Knot." Special orchestral music is also in preparation, and when the opera, which will have a two night's performance, is staged, it will most likely be greeted with packed houses on each occasion-. Mrs. (Dr.) Hewetson's numerous friends are greatly pleased that sh is now recovering from her serious illness. At the.last meeting of the towr council the residents of the' west of town petitioned for str.ect lights! and At-.the sahje' meeting! a rebate of S25 each 'was -allowed on j icenses of the three livery stablei proprietors. James of Twin Butte, has sold his farm to a Mr Ecland, of Raymond for The latter has an option of thirty days, a deposit of having been 'made. I-I. Dixon, of Dixon .Bros., Spring Ri-dge, left on Thursday for Vancouver, where he has secured a position. W. A. Fraser returned from his visit to Ontario and Quebec in the latter part of last week.- R. Harris, manager of the Arling- ton Hotel, is away at present on a well-earned; holiday. i G. W. Gill, of the meteorological station here, Jcft in the fijrst, of the week'on a six months'-holiday. Dur- In the City are Sold in We Buy in Large Quantities for Cash. We Sell in Large or Small Quantities for Cash. Quality of Goods Unexcelled, Choicest Brands only Sold. Wholesale Rates to Hotels and The E. and E. Trading Co. Beside Union Bank. North Lethbridge. Wholesale and Retail Hay, Grain, Groceries and Provisions. ;