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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAQt POUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, H THE FINEST LEAVES From Ceylon Tea Plantations are contained in' 99 It is packed in sealed lead pack- ets to preserve its fine flavor ami aroma. 40c. oOc and COc per pound At all grocers. Removal Notice We are new located in OUR NEW PLANT and are prepared to do MORE AND BETTER WORK than ever before. Give us a trial with your next bundle We respectfully solicit your patronage TESMS STRICTLY CASH Lethbridge Laundry Co. C. S. FARROW, Manager Phone 145 P- 0. Box 477 BRYAN BLOCK Apply: The SOUTHERN ALBERT! LOAi AND INVESTMEMT CO. GUNS BREAK AWAY From your daily routine occasion- ally "'Twill do you good to climb Mils and jump fences. It will give sotne of your muscles exercise that you have been neglecting. Come Here for your Guns and Ammunition And your bag will be filled for your homeward journey. Tiieletiibriilge Sporting Ms Co, .The only store in Lethbridge -that handles sporting goods exclusively 1120 Acres Of fine Wheat Land in 6--I4 This is a beautiful bit of land and is a steam plow- proposition. Within a short distance of the surveyed road. r Price Per Acre Terms on application to T. E. PATTESON LETHBRIDGE XOT THIS JONES Editor Lothbrkige lleriild Dear Sir vour issue of Sept. 4th there a letter signed by a -J. -Tones (a gentleman not known iu the football clubs of Lethbridge) which is causing a grest they lined up AA .follows, the S. 0. E. winning toss and kick- ing Sunnier: backs, and Farris: half backs.. St'even- s-.n. CliLswick and Firth; I awards, Smith, Clarke, Barber Joyce. Hoodie; backs, Hooker and Wellington.; half backs, McMillan, Turner and Wallis: for- wards, JRucld, Farbrotht'r, Barthol- omew. Doe and Gonchor. Aid. King kicked the bull off at the toot of the whistel. The A. beautiful gifts received by the ynung c'mplej attesting to the populartiy and es- teem in which they were held. Mr. and Mrs. Roy left on the 9.30 j train for a short trip and upon their i return will tate up their residence on the corner of London Road and Burdett St. JCUSSIA WANTS PART OF CHINESE LOAN Pekin, Sept. Korotovitz, the "Russian Minister to China, tomorrow for the second time will urge the for- eign board to recognize 'Russia's -claim for representation in the allot- jnont of the loan of for the