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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta tamy Not How Cheap, but How Good! Standard Line We have placed in our showrooms samples of a car of the better make of Canadian Quality, JFtirni- tore, which we are selling at prices which are no higher than you would have to pay elsewhere foir the cheaper or poorer Peerless Folding Tables Just ideal for Luncheon or Cards or Six designs Superior Beds, Mattresses and Springs at medium prices Crabb Street Opposite Herald Upholstering and Repairing of All Kinds EXPECf ftORK TO START VERY SOON f Pincher Creek Looks For Early Operations On New Railroad Pinclfer Creek, Sept. the -influx dl parties endeavoring to -se- cure accommodation here for from. 10 men upwards, presumably to work on th'e new raikoad, the assumption is i general that operations on the road i will be started earlier than was at first anticipated. The wish may. be father to the thought with a great many, but the fact that Sir Wilfrid j kaurier has left the province, as pub- lished, in the Herald of Saturday, gives rise to the hope that Premier see to it without further delay that the' plans of the railroad are given the necessary approval. Mat I Tuesday, Sept Is for sale at JLD. Higinbotham Co. Ltd. Alberta Drug and Book Co. A8K THEM-ABOUT IT, It Never Fails to Restor Gray Hail' to its Nature Color and Beauty, not a dye. Hay Spec.. Co., Newark. N. J TJ. S-A. 50c bottles, at druggist .Afraid to Eat? Does the fear of indigestion spoil the enjoyment of your meals? It needn't. Just take andyouwon t know yoirlfeve a stomach. They will'see toit that your food is properly digested. They are among the best of the expert chemists: and guaranteed by the largest wholesale drnggBts. m Canada. 50c. abox. If your druggist hkS-rhot- stocked them jet, send and we will inail you a box. NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO, OF. CANADA LlMlTE ters relative to the building of the latest railway proposition of the pro- vince are in a state of tension, await ing only 'the government's mandate to make this burg flourish like the pro- verbial green bay tree. It is'hintei} that Mr. Taylor is in readiness to be in any moment so as to give an answer to questions relative to the route surveyed or other infor- mation necessary.. The railroad fever has'long since sprtad to Pincher City, a couple of miles distant, but as the new road will oniy tap the C.P.R. or cross it at that point there is not much room left for speculation at that ambitious place, although ererv little will help. Weed -Inspector Marshall made a good showing in this district last year in the, performance of his duties, and'his successor, Richard Lane, has apparently started out to give him a close call in the present season. The latter bids fair to make the farmers of the various settlements sit up and take notice. Before Magistrate P. J. Bedell, at Cowle-y, at Weed Inspec- tor Lane's instance, John Carney; J. G. Sweeney and Harvey Louthilier were fined So and costs "for the old complaint of harboring weeds. John who was up on the same charge and fined, threatened to ap- peal, but the time- has expired for him to do so. Inspector Belcher fined Dan Bell, who was up before him oh a similar charge to-the foregoing, S2 and costs, and among others who, had been brought on the carpet pre- viously were, John Fournier, SI.00 and costs, Fred Therrierault and costs, John 'Haskett, let off with costs. The case of G-. D. Plunkett 'was'-dismissed, the last .named ofi'end- 25 cents'each way to the race track The result was that many visitor.1 who had-'to pay the first named sum going and coming, were not backwan in saying .that game was on-foot-. When a, visitor or citizen pays Si.00 to cover their bus iarc both cents for admission to the .grounds, and an additional 25 cents to perch himself or herself on the grand stand, the expenses begin to assunie big figures in the' minds of many, and if the same procedure oc- curs (in the second day, as it did with plenty at the races', the bill of axpense, looks extravagant. repeated rainfalls which during the past few even to Sunday night, did not prevent a- large "crowd of townspeople from journeying to the Pvebekah pic- nic held'.today at Beauvais Lake to- day.- All the business places were closed and but few people were to be seen on, the streets. A bunch of 'cricketers went out to Fishburn-this morning to play- game at -that settlement. takes: place in the new schoolhouse at Summerview tonight. ENTIRELY BALD Her Hair Commenced to Grow, after Two Weeks' Use of Jtfewbro-'s-Herpi- cide. "Fever'cause! me to be entirely having employed men to destroy legal the Tveeds between the time a love letter in tfie form of a sum- MONTREAL. 36 St Cyprian's Opened. For Worship (Continued from front The remainder of the Bishop's ad___ __ ___ t0 lhose Tomorrow evening in the Caledonian Hall tne Altar Society of Si. Patrick's church, will hold a card party and so- cial. Refreshments "will be jing the evening and a short musicals I will be given. A'joint meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society and the- Women's Missionary j Society of Westminster Church, will held at Uie home of Mrs. John Gra- jham, Westminster Road, on Wednes- day afternoon at three o'clock ihe Parish Auxiliary of St. Cvprian's j Church, will meet with Mrs. Hotsou on j Thursday'afternoon at three o'clock 'The auxiliary is planning to hold" a jj bazaar during the autumn. Sl- on the Public Square yesterday about Si30 was taken in. After'the excenses been defrayed it is hoped rhf" la'ciici will have a net profit ar about gr.u.Oo Saturday afternoon the Aid Society of the Gait Hospital men, for I the first time after tlieir summer vat-a- day night and are still here. Mr. Mc- Clain and the two will accom- pany the remains to Iowa. Although Mrs. McClain spent a great deal of her time away from here, the family residing six months of -the year Angeles, Csiiloroia, she was very -well known, aod Avav loved and admired by all who were acquainted with. her. The deepest sympathy ir felt and expressed for her husbandi and two little sons. ,V ach 1 cleans their you come to .t eat will do- _ Absolute torn Misery is waiting 'fcr- you 'soon rat you" decide Tell your Pape's Diapepglb., because become if (your out of'o'rder and you can get relief--in .five B. B. Gillette The death occurred at miles west of Diamond Amanda Gillette, aged, rife of Bert Bernie Gillette. .crly has charge of the .vill be- held upon the deceased's parents fornia. They :are Wednesday morning when will fae that o the church mond City. The deceased' 'ortal, Nortix Dakota, Samuel the-six rSbaths't old son of Mr. and Glass- man., _ 514 on lay, Tfie was hejd under the direction of'R. G. Ad'dison, and with rites, -yesterday afternoon at t o'clock at the Public cemetery. .Winnipeg Markets Winnipeg. Sept. opened'10? ?i. closed 102X4; Dec. opened closed May opened clos- ed cash ciose 1 Nor 105: 2Xor. 3 Xor. 2 white oats r yho get little eocerciss, feei better all round for an occasional ccse of 'U i', They tone up the liver, move the bowels gently jput freely, system and clear the brsin. A nev, pleasant snd reliable laxative, by a reliable firm, and worthy of the NA-DRU-GO Trade. Mark, 25c. 2 box. If your druggist has not yat stocked .therri, send TI .1 t __ h J viii mail tnem. NAT5ONAL DRUG COMPANY OF CANADA. LIMITED, 21 ;