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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HtRALD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, IIM. DAILY HERALD PATTERNS WEARS A NO, 17 BOOT District News New Dolling, seven and a quarter inch tall, arrived hare today from Enjlwid. He met the pier by his brother-in-law, Benj. Corday, who is a mere stripling of 6 j feet, 8ft iuches. Dolling wears a number 17 boot, about six inches wide and sixteen inches enough for three ordinary enjoys every mouthful. I It is a great thing when one goes to table with a hearty appetite and i sound digestion. Many things tend to j make us eat less than the body requires. j Constipation, Biliousness, Torpid Liver, Weak Stomach, Impure Blood, i Sick these troubles affect i Digestion and the desire for food. made from fruit juices and tonics, is the best appetizer, because i "Fruh-a-tives" makes the stomach 'gram haulm, liver bowels and I kidneys blood pure and i the skin clean. If you want to be well and feel well, take 500 a box, A for or trial size 250 I may be obtained direct from Fruit-' i a-tives Limited, Ottawa. LOST LAKE Lost Lake, Qci. Grotie gave a dance on Friday last, Oct. 22. to celebrate the completion of his fine house. The people present had a pood time and enjoyed themselves im- _ mensely. About fifty were present. some of them coming over twelve miles. I The new store at Lost Lake post j j cilice is uearing completion and will i i be opened in the course of three or J i four weeks. The fanners are busy with their! It is a long live they are made happy j when they get. there as all the grain in this district has graded No. 1. j Mr. Lickus' wheat went 18 bushels frequent visitor here in his automo- MADE IN BOTH CAST J RON AND STEEL If you want a range that will bake right and save you time, labor and should buy a Happy ThoughtRange. It is superior in every some in most easy to operate and easy to keep best range for the Canadian housewife. Investigate "Happy Thought" for our booklet II about 3075 MISSES' TUCKED SHIRTWAIST PARIS PATTERN NO. 3075 All Seams Allowed. News Budget Cowlev, Oct. the Presbyter- iau Church on Sabbath evening last. drilling machine and the settlers as stenographer with J. R. Wait j Rev. Hamilton preached a very j hopeful of getting water. _ j the Old-rose messaline and hand Thanksgiving sermon j year the acreage planted in; y this district will be very large. 3063 CHILD'S DRESS PARIS-PATTERN NO. All Seams Allowed. Prettier '.styles1 for' the Iftfle ''tots broidery, worked in silk a shade'deep- {rom im. in lhe dghth chapter were never'-before-Been. This dainty than the messaline, make lhirty_secoiKl verse of Romaiis. j Tuesday m fetoMttd bt a tucta form slot seams in front and delivered him up for us all, shall be finpiv bacJi' and a tuck on not with him also freely give us all j If J-3 UUVJACVL joined to a fancifully cut yoke to the acre and oats went 37 bushels. j Mr. .J. F. Miller, banker, intends WEBER TOWNSHIP fshortly to add to his residence anew ____ t flat and bathroom. Weber Township, Oct. 26.-S. Skel-! Mr- Hanker, of the Union ton has purchased a gasoline outfit. Kank> Barons, was here today. Mr. Medhurst has bought a well- Miss Olive Kigby has taken a posi- PINCHER CREEK Allan St-evens visited in Lethbridge COALDALE NEWS Pincher Creek, Oct. sale ol iwork conducted by the Ladies Guild- Jot St. John's Church in the opera i house during the afternoon of Thanks- Aid; giving Day, was a successful affair in j also tucked linen, lawn, the short ones to be gathered nd batiste ma-v be ust'd the such an attractive way as was hem. The upper, part is finely., tucked M The Coaldale Missionary and f n-n irinin- steves' of'ulankf-ulness as w.ll'as telling thejSociety will give a supper Friday CT-j every way. Stalls were fixed up lor of ail-over embroidery, the jommg through a'ening at the hotel. The committee; j fancy work and plants, plain needle nainsook simple faith "in a crucified Saviour in Mesdames Haley, Cokely, Brown candy, domestic science and an well Heighes have the menu in charge. express office, a very, fair -business be- wu.fl cnanning resuiis. tu LUC of -These ladies are among our most ex-! ing conducted at each. Refreshments, :n is in 3 sizes-13 to 17 years. For; his audience and lead them into client cooks and the public will have; were served by ladies in Japanese! mis-of 15 ywis the waist will re- ing relations with Christ, ,an opportunity of enjoying a fine sup- costume. j quire 3 1-2 yards of material 20'inches'; Thanksgiving was generally observ- >r and a social evening- evening a tableaux vivante wide. 2 7-3 yards 24 inches wide; 21-3.'ed in our town this'year. "Quite a Mrs' S' wil1 entertain vas held on which occasion a fash- vards 27 inches wide, 2-yards 36 inches :nvmber were out of town visiting the Ladies' Aid! Wednesday afternoon, j ionable and select audience comfort-. l 3-4 yards 42 inches wide. friends during the dav. In the even-i Harry Burnett left for Buda. ably filled the opera building. The into band of em broidery and edged with Valenciennes" lace. JL tlO p3. vvCTIl 13 1T1 4 tO 0 years. For a child "of years' dress will require' 2 5-S yards of ma- REMOVING SALE A COMPLETE BEDROOM spring and mattress, a three- drawers dresser with a British beveled plate mirror, and wash- stand to match. Reg. Special for This Week VALUER FULL AGE SPRING BED LOUNGE Keg. Now SINGLE a few left. Eeg. Now A BIG VARIETY'OF HEATERS. ALL'OUR GOODS OFFERED FOE THIS WEEK 35 P.O. OFF- Note our New Address: On ROUND STREET Opposite The Herald Office The Golden West Furniture Store wide: or 1 1-2 yards 42 with yard of all-over' embroidery 18 inches 1 1-4 yards of edging and 1. ]W yards braid to outline. Price of Pattern, 10 cents.' Price of Pattern, 10 -cents. ing a Thanksgiving supper was given rill., Monday night, where he will tableaus presented were: Return of 'in the Alberta Hotel, followed by a dance. We understand they were, both well patronized. I Miss Fulton, teacher at the North this week with the exception of Wed-! 'The teachers' convention at Lctlt- nesday. bridge last week was attended attended the Teachers' Convention at; 'Lethbridgc on Thursday and Friday of last week. M fi R .k n Percy MarweU of the Bank of erc re spent Monttay m uaigary 1S spend the winter with his parents. the prodigal, The Doctor, A Stitch in Mrs. D. McArthur and son have re- Time, You Dirty Boy, 'Getting Rea- i. Pincher Creek, Oct. urned to their home in NTorth Da- dy', The Mother's Appeal, Tea and jminstrel troupe played to a fair au- kota. ScandaU The Geisha Girls, The Sleep jdience in the opera house last night. Wm- Ott and were Coaldale ing Beauty, A Modern Courtship, jThe circle performance was up to tne Fork, and Mr. Scofield of LunabrecK. Sunday afternoon. Pictures From Marcus Stone, Tomor-Average, but nothing -to boast of. Se- rnnvpnnnn at. Mr_ family wm Be Friday, The Haymakers, jveral specialties filled half of the pro- spent Sunday at the Pawson ranch. Over the Garden Wall, Return of the gramme, one of twirli- Mrs. John Moore visited a few Fishers, Votes for Women, Empire. and a charming effect plaits, held in position by stitching may "be given by embroidering the part of the way down, are arranged' CTllar and The sraart Josine at each side of the front gore. The is a prctty change from the usual closing is at the back, under an in- centre-front box- plait. Taffeta, satin, LADIES' 'SHIRTWAIST PARIS PATTERN NO. 3073 All Seams- Allowed. design is here with larse flat' attend to some business. The wind iwas very high and shortly after leav- ing them a bit of paper was blown i to wards them, causing them to start. (They dashed across the prairie in a i westerly -direction_ till Mr. La Fon- Itaine's fence was reached, -then swerv- i ing to the south ran along the road .allowance till they were opposite the' school house, where they veered round rettxned towards the town. After I passing the lake and when near Mr. JMorrison's residence the traces be- jcarae unfastened and the tongue dropp ed and was broken. Just at this point they were met by Mr. Machin and others an-d captured, fortunately with no more loss than the broken But it might easily have been verted box plait. The pattern s n linerij madras and sizes-22 to 34 inches, waist meas are a few of drivers owe it to the pub- lic to securely fasten their teams be- observed by the townspeople and num Jackson took part. The scene was tendance at any of them. bers left town for a short holiday. given with a freedom of action and! Miss Maude Gamache was married A number from here are visiting articulation on the part of those fill-! quietly at the priest's residence here Montana in quest of the 'half sections ing the different roles that reflected [on Thanksgiving Day to Ernest L. which have been thrown open there- much credit on each, the ladies being Johnson, formerly on the Echo staS Thomas Sedgley of thft Palace Rar-icnst.umpd in brilliant though and now on the Frank Paper. her shop has sold out his building to j attire, while the acting of all evi-! The latest to start in business here denced a more than common an Italian shoemaker, tic ability From an amateur point of i Mrs. Harper gave a Thanksgiving view. ;Dance at her residence Monday even- Th-e closing tableau "Empire" was i ing, which was an enjoyable affair magnificently arranged and drew forth jand well attended, great applause from the audience. The j Quite a few -ladies from -here are orchestra rendered some specially the Sunday School Conven- Mr. Fraser, the Square Deal Realty man and the town is the poorer of one. barber shop. Mr. Sedgley leaves for a -holiday in the old country. Maurice Wall Farmer, Trout Creek. intends to visit England in Novem- ber. P. Turner Bone came down from Calgary today. Many of the farmers are holding their grain. The new telephone central office er- ected by Dr. 'Learn, is about com- pleted. Rev. J. S. Chivers, of Lethbridge, preached here at Harvest Festival on fore leaving them. Even if thcv in the English Church. 9 For 2 many materials suitable for "m Pattera is in 7 sizes- to induce them to do so. a little care require _yards of material 20 inches 30 to 44 inches, bust measure. For 36 wide, 7- 5-8 yards 24 inches wide, bust the waist requires 3 7-8 yards of 5 1-4 yards 36 inches wide.. 4 3-8 yards .material 20 inches wide, 3 3-3 yards 42 or 3 1-2 yards 54 inches 24 inches wide, 3 1-3 yards 27 inches wide. Width of lower edge in medium wide. 2 1-8 yards 36 inches wide or size, about 4 yards. 7.3 yards itlches Price ot Pattern, 10 cents. Price Of Pattern, 10 cents. to induce them to do so, a might easily result in the valuable lives. i Miss Berney of tbe teaching staff i the Macleod School visited during the Thanksgiving holidays with her sister, Mrs. Machin, near Cowley. I Mrs. H. D. McMillan returned last week from an extended visit to Cal- Messrs. Anderson and Awrey, of Stately, representing the Massey- Harris Machinery Co., have purchas- ed a site on Grand street, south, and are erecting a large warehouse on the property. This firm will make their headquarters in Carmangay. The interior furnishings for the Ho- tel Victoria are coming in by over- land freight, an-d soon this up-to-date ttotel will be, doing business, Mr. Mc- Donald already anticipating a big trade .in adding a large wing, 50 x 60, to the main structure, giving, on the whole, a rooming capacity of over 10 bed-rooias. The public school has now nearly its present capacity. children :in attendance now number 40. Preparation will shortly be made for the erection of a large school House. The rails on the new Lethbridge- Carmangay line are being laid from Lcthfaridge to the latter named town, at the rate of one and a half miles per day. As the distance from Kipp Junction is only 28 miles, the completion of the road Carman- gay, (the terminus of the is looked for toward the 15th of next Three hundred and sixty-six of a population is perhaps not a great deal to -boast of, from a ntrnericaV standpoint, but when you understand this "represents the number of people a'-town barely three months old, it points favorably towards a place that is bound to be of some in- portance in the very near Future. In- vestors and those looking for better opportunities to enhance their posi- tion will do well by visiting ;this, the charming little town situated .on the Little Bow River. Mr. Fisk, real estate broker of L-ethbridge, is making active prepara- j tions for the erection of several rent-j Our teacher, Mr. Morrow, was ab- al buildings on his properties in from town on Thi-tsday and Fri- place, one of which will be an date bakery, which concern is badly needed in town. PAID HIS OWN SALARY last week in attendance at the very i Southern Alberta Teachers' Conven- ition held at Lethbridge. He reports a large attendance, ab- out one hundred teachers from the i Crow's Nest Pass to Medicine Hat Uiica. N. 27-Rev BeJand. High Rh'er ia the north tO narcl Quin, pastor of the Catholic j ln the church in Deerfield, died in a e pital in this city today. He had been leSl'in-E: -i. papers, on the best methods of teach- a priest for 4o years, was the author'. jv Af v vi j the different subjects followed toy 01 several text books and was a man1- n' Awn IQ vr-v J.-L i lree an" discussion and criticism 01 deep learning. When the larcrer' t v i of eac" Paper. Besides local talent, en arches in this citv drew his con-' PCtlC1 by gregation away Father Quin served i !Dr. H. M. Tory, president of the Al- without salary and paid nis own jani- jberta University was present, and ad- tor, sexton, organist dressed the Convention on University and choirmaster j and other Sllbjects of JI You win rmd what you want in our large stock jticnl interest to the teachers. Dr. Coffin and Miss Burnett of the teach- ing staff of the Calgary Normal School, were, also present and con- jtrihuted to the success of the meet- ings. citizens of Lethbridge were "At jHome-" to the visiting teachers in ;the auditorium of the Central School land a very enjoyable evening was i spent. Besides vocal and instrumcn- jtal music, Dr. Tory of Strathcona, jand C. A. Magrath M. P. of Medicine Hat District spoke. Harper's orches- tra furnished the music and rcfresh- iments were served at the close. The j teachers are loud in their praise of (the kind treatment received from the 'teachers and people of Lethbridge and I of the liberal space given by the Her- ald reports of the convention. Medicine Hat was decided on as the next place of meeting. Malcolm McKenzie, M.P.P., is a A MAN RUNS AWAY j WITH THE IDEA sometimes that it isn't good to drink beer. Those ideas are worn good selections-throughout the even-i tion at Edmonton, among the number j everyone knows the ale of old Eng-- and while the last scene was :being Mrs. Southworth, Mrs. Miller, i land and the fine beers of Germany still on the boards, the audience rose iMrs. Henderson and Mrs. Hartley. and sang the National the; After spending some weeks iff the orchestra leading. i Crow's Nest Pass Miss Kate Cyr re- Thanksgivjng Day passed off very turned home last week. quietly here, a good few of our citi-! A cameragraph talking and singing zens spending the day in the country Ishow is billed for Thursday night in on shooting expeditions. ;the opera house, Harold Jarvis for Shows of one kind or another are Friday and Wilfrid Small, the violin- billed for the opera house every night list for Saturday. are at the root of health and strength in those people. Good, pure that is what you want, and that is strengthening and invigorating- like The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Company, Ltd. Herald Want Ads WWVVVVVVVVVySVMySVyVwvl Bring Big Results Stock-Taking Sale of Lumber We are taking stock on October 31st, and until that date we will sell all kinds of LUMBER at Greatly REDUCED PRICES Good 8 foot posts at 8 cents each. We have the largest stock in Southern Alberta N Thc South Alberta Lumber Co. V Lethbridge, New Dayton and Magrath S ;