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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETH3RIDGE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER I, NOTICE! FIRST SALE OF LOTS IN THE NEW TOWN OF NOTICE! ALBERTA WILL BE HELD IN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER H AND CONTINUE FOR THREE DAYS BETTER BE THERE ON THE OPENING DAY OF SALE The Fl-ee Railroad Fare Offer: Buy your ticket to Coleman, Alberta, and return, procure a receipt from ticket agent for amount paid and we will accept it as part of first payment on any Carbondale lot you may purchase. lots Sold on Easy Ti IS THF HEADQUARTERS OF THE McGILLlVRAY CREEK COAL COKE COMPANY, LTD., MINES AND COKE OVENS "THE PAY ROLL TOWN OF THE CROW'S NEST PASS" upon reque SPOKANE WASHINGTON Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Summer Complaint, Stomach Cramps, Colic, Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantum, and Looseness of the Bowels MAT BK RAPIDLY AJST) EFFECTUALLY CURED BY THE-USK OF THAT OLD AND STERLING REMEDY Dr. Fowier's Extract of Wild Strawberry It lias a reputation of 65 years' steading and never falls to either relieve or cure. There are many imitations of this remedy on the market that sell for less per bottle. Dr. Fowler's is 35 cents, so be sure and get the genuine. The cheaper articles may be dangerous to your health.. dramatist, ia quick succession, each a match for the six a side .challenge part being acted with no resemblance cup. vw held by Pincher Creek, at all, in stature, .facial expression, between Cowley and'the language or in fact anything. The I team from this place. The only lo- Thatens in this particular line, and the sketch is very gcod. GOOD SETTLEMENT (Special to the Herald) Pincher Greek, Sept. the course of a brief visit to the Spring Padge district yesterday your corre- spondent had an opportunity of wit- nessing the extent to which cutting j operations had progressed. This is j an exceptionally fine tract of- country which is settled by a hardy, progres- Mna. GKOSGB PWTLLTTS, Sault Ste. Marie, Onfc.T writea: My baby one year old took the Snmmer Complaint, and waa so bad aa to pass blood. I got ft bottle of Dr. Fow- ler's Extract'of. Wild Strawberry and only had to give a few doses before my baby cured. My'husband tad diarrhoea three dosea cured him. J have used it in my family for over three years with great results and feel safe in recommending it to everyone for all kinds of Summer Complaints.'" Manufactured only by The T. MilWn Co., Limited, c.il -exvnt taking place was a base- ball latch, between the "Dutch Flats" champions of the district, and Pincher Creek, which 'resulted in a victory for the latter by the score of 10 to 9. Many went fishing or duck shooting, making the day a tame one in town. Greatly needed sidewalk building' and repairing was effected on Main street and other thoroughfares dur- 'ing th? past week. A dangerous por- tion of the sidewalk leading to the Athletic grounds was replaced with a 10 years the dress requires 4 1-S yards of material 24 inches, wide, 3 3-4 yards 27 inches wide, 2 3-4 yards 36 inches wide, or 2 3-8 yards 42 inches wide. Price .of pattern, 10 cents. AT THE EUREKA Some good series of motion pictures j sun were on the bill last night, includin a tale of. a Zulu uprising, in which I fairs were much applauded, were a number of thrilling climaxes i Tht? act this woek at rhe sive class of farmers and ranchers, j new one. and none-too soon. j air of whom, are making good head-! H. A. returned on Satur-i wey on. their individual farms. A day from hi.-? trip to Montana. His j number of them have already cut step daughter, Mrs. Taikingto'n. leav-! their wheat, in most instances leav-: ing-'for home in Seattle on. Mon-; ing their oats yet to succumb to "the j day morning and. his step-son, H. j reaper. E. J. Duffield has: cut 12 j Levers, r.-turns to Vancouver toroor-; acres of wheat with 50 acres of oats i row morning. j i V yet to cut. J. C. MoN'ellis, who -has just been appointed, postmaster of ,the new post office established at Spring; JJ3UV HfiFau) S Ridge, has 30 acres of wheat cut, which- he will average 35] to AO bushels to the acre, and 17 acres of oats yet 'to .thresh. "A. G-. Dixon started to cut 25 acres of good- looking wheat on Monday and will 25 acres of oats. X. A. Cha-i put has 50 acres of oats to cut, and; C. Shear has 20 acres of wheat al- most ready for a similar operation.! H. Rash lias 55 acres of wheat anil! oats, the- former grain having been cut. Roy Xets'ui has 35 acres of. j wheat already John and James! Miss Teddy Thaten's "fairy tale" was a-little sensation in itself, 50 acres of-wheat and! Jt acres of oats'of i and the references to manv local at- which were much applauded. Sever- j al other good series were shown. of the curtain appeared to be only mildly interesting but before its The James and Jeff sis. Irish sketch ciose was one of the best they have consisted of some good singing., put on. The sketch contains new comedy, and a rather novel way numerous comical situations, and in- of delivering the latter. The male troduces what could probably be call- of the team nearly frighten-Jed a "Thaten exclusive ed a number of the spectators out of i.e., a perfect representation of widely their seats by hurling a brickbat at them, but no one was injured. The which went with stunt was a good one. this latter different characters by the one per- son. Mr. Thaten appeared as the man of the house, an aged doctor, a bowery tough nd a-, long-haired .poet COWAN'S MAPLE BUDS The most delicious of chocolate confections. They stand alone in their smoothness, richness and unique flavor. Insist on ng COWAN'S. Name and design patented and registered. ra ood looking qual-j ity. Davidson and Hagk-y have 20 j acres of wheat and 50 acres of oats! of very good' looking quality, and I Thos. Talbot has 50 acres of wheat and oats of an equally good looking! description. A good deal of rain fell! in the district -on Friday last which! was followed by a rather keen frost j during the following night, but if! there was any damage clone to the! crops it was. almost imperceptible, j Several-of the Spring Ridge farmers i. have- commenced planting wind I breaks of maple, ash and cotton-' wood trees which vrSl net only afford great shelter in time of storms but the farm.houses a peaceful and bfcautifyjlng .efject. The .kjojuntry around this section has a regular go- ahead, advanced aspect about it which distinguishes it as an area of G The Ladies' Store Phone 453 WE 'SELL FOR CASH Acadia Block First Complete Showing of Tailored Suits for Fall Another Shipment just received New and Ultra-Fashionable Styles 2989 GIRL'S DRESS Paris Pattern No. 2989 All Seams Allowed. The waist portion <-f this service- effort on the part dress is made with a broad sturdy inhabitants. jtuck over the shoulders, which is W. Duffield, Des Moines, la., passed graduated toward the waist line and stitched its entire length, this tuck I meeting the tuck at either side of the skirt, in the front, and giving the effect oi-a semi-princess dress. The skirt is: attached to the waist under a narrow belt of the material, and if desired, may be made with low neck and short sleeves. The pattern is in 5 to .14 years; girl of field, of ,Des Moines, Iowa, passed through here on his way to visit his brother, known at his ranch, Spring Ridge, Labor Bay passed off as quietly as any. Sunday. A good number of our citizens went to Blairmore to spend the "day, while the football team, and ite supporters went to Cowley where HANDSOME STYLES Models that suited to the great ma- jority pi figures, long semi-fitting coats, satin lined; full gored skirts, beautifully trimmed with satin bands to match goods. Materials are fine all-wool etriped Vene- tians, in colors, navy, brown; green and taupe. A splendid collection, very moder- ately priced. For months- we have .been keeping an eye on the productions of the best manufacturers and style origin- ators in 'this country; watching the distinctive, out of the ordinary thoughts which .spring up among the multitude of hum drum stamped !..out ...designs as it were, which mark the average display of ready to wear garments. Been studying the popu- lar style effects for fall at close range, too, taking in 'Dame Fashion's mes- sage of what is to rule in women's wearables and guiding our selection nf suits with -first-hand knowledge of your needs. The result is the most complete and trustworthy showing of wo- men's suits this city has ever seen. An array that is wide m its scope, being an accurate pic- ture of the Mogen Age and 18th Century vogues which are SD de- servedly popular. Every woman will find in this stock her ideal of what the new fall suit should be; not only that, but she will find it at a price which will make the new outfit possible. WONDERFUL VALUES AT A good .example of our surpassing values are our handsome suits at this price. Made of Venetians and serges ,inv plain and striped effects, guaranteed absolutely pure wool, splendid fitting and thoroughly tail- ored. Coats -made in long lengths, style; skirijs gored or pleated styles; neatly trimmed with braid and buttons. Handsome shad- es of blues, browns, greens, taupe and black. BEAUTIFUL GARMENTS and Styles that are featured among the fa- vourites shown in the leading fashion jour- nals made of fine broadcloths and serges in colors plum and green, beautifully tail- ored and neatly trimmed. Long eemi-fit- ting coats, pleated skirts, perfect in fit and shape-keeping qualities and absolute- ly exclusive in. etyk, ;