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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta L t T H R I'D PC." ALT A., W E D N ft D A V, t >T C M B I K t, BARLEY AND food and a tonic. A trifle of an aid to digestion. That's beer. If you get a pure aged- nothing is better for you. It is not good advice to say "Don't drink beer." There are many who need it. Your doctor advises beer. The healthiest peoples of the world drink the moist of it. But it is good advice to say, "Don't drink the wrong beer." Some beer causes biliousness. Alberta's Pride does not. Alberta's Pride beer is both good and good for you. Nine people in ten would be better for drinking it. Alberta's Pride is the home beer, because of its absolute purity. It is aged for months, then filtered, then sterilized. There are no after effects. Look jor the Green Label Phone 79 Lethbridge Hollow Ground As Illustrated.. Set o! Two in Leather Case Double Concave for Extra Heavy Beards Carbo Magnetic Strop....... THE RAZOR OF PERFECTION Strop Aide 2Sc NO HONING-NO GRINDING NO MORE RAZOR TROUBLES TRAOt NO NEW BLADES NO ANNUAL TAX THE RAZOR SHAVING COMFORT Will Last a Lifetime. Coleman Firm of A. L.. SILBERSTEIN, flakers, 459-461 Broadway. N. Y- CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS have revolutionized maiinj-they are TEMPERED BY ELECTRICITY, whkfc is OUR OWN EXCLUSIVE SECRET PROCESS-thc steel used in their manufacture a of the finest Enjlfch and Swedish This wonderful discovery is the result of years of experiment and study, and at last there has been produced a nzor that will shaTe any beard, NO MATTER HOW TOUGH. ELECTRIC TEMPERING addi CARBON to the steel; whereas tempering by fire, (the only other method known for centuries) DESTROYS the CARBON which is the life of steel All other makes of razors must be HONED AND GROUND often, as their blades will NOT hold an edge any length of time. CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS do not require HOfiihiG or GRINDING during a lifetime in private uie; they are all tempered alike, erery part of their blades being subjected to the same AMPERES OF ELECTRICITY. CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS we FIVE times by the HAMBURG METHOD, the most expensive grinding known. YOUR DEALER will deliver to you one of these CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS on 30 days' trial, without obligation on your part to advantage of this opportunity. Break away from the barber habit 1 annually. Call on our representatives in your town, and request a copy of "Hints On booklet uluftvates the correct razor position for shaving every part of the face (ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN FROM also tells you HOW TO STROP A RAZOR PROPERLY? should our dealer be otrt of them, drop us a card, and we wffl Wad you one by return mail. Creek; paid CoWmiui a buui- ttMi visit o.w Thursday ,Mr., bel ii arrangiiijf to Mippfr the Inter- SSviOuui Coal Coke with nud oats for the fail and winter ou- suhig. Tho of Muck'od will hold its half yearly sessions in Presbyterian Church, CoKuuau, on Tuesday and Wednesday of this Frank Wulworth who hat! the mis- fortune to get his foot badly crushed on a donkey engine at the ml no day lust, is progressing favorably to ward recovery under medical :it the hospital. The sad intelligence of the death of Mrs, L. McPheo at Buffalo.: Nr Yv reached Coleman on Saturday ilr McPhee who is now in the cast, will have the sympathy of the coiumM'iity in his sad bereavement. The" sadness of the news is not lessened when It fs considered that Mr. McPhoe cast, with the expressed Intend-m nl bringing his wito-hack here and es- tablishing his home here iy.- The Ladies Aid of the Church expect to' hold a shortly after the 15th inst. Xearly all 'the members of Otto- man's A. F. A. M. lodge utt.'ml ed the funeral of the late Iteubeu Steves wliich- took place at cJim1-- moro on Friday last. .Many old timers and friends deceas- ed from Ccleman were in rat tendance to pay their last respects. The Coleman Hotel management are making extensive improvements in the hotel building. Toilet rooms have been fitted up in the basement and this new apartment" with its ce- ment floor, makes a decided change for. the better. Owing to the crowd- ed condition of" the upstairs apart- ments a new addition will be built, in order to cope with the increasing demand for rooms. The management intend also tore- place thu board sidewalk in front and on part of the Centre Street side with a cement walk. This last is a commendable move in the right direc- SOLD BY C.W.GRAY, Lcthbridgc Ibis trademark Guarantees that Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats are always in perfect style and they will give excellent they are the best for -the money, in Canada. This trademark guarantees that every garment bearing it, must give complete and lasting satisfaction or your money back. Behind this trademark Js the Fit-Reform Company, founders in Canada of hand-tailored garments. Fail styles are ready. up. 1 McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Blayney Blayuey, Sepf. be- ing all completed threshing is in full swing. In this vicinity there tire five threshing outfits, all doing their best to. see which can handle the most grain get to the next best job first. Wheat is yielding good. An aver- age so far as can be ascertained of 28 bushels per acre, while there? arc sev- eral places that can be found of 40 tiou and it is hoped that there is a I bushcis. Oats are fair, short, but suggestion in it for other property owners. Few things add more to the permanent appearance of a town than improvenmts of this kind. Gco. Roughead of Hillcrest and for merly of Coleman, paid a visit to Doleman on Monday. Messrs. Morrison and Clayton arc laying out the upstairs part of their pool room building into living rooms. '.H. S. French, editor of the Miner, is spending a few days in Xelson and vicinity. The Gloria Dare Vaudeville ana Moving Picture Concert Co. gave a couple of entertainments at the npc-va hease on "Wednesday and Thursday evenings. The concert Vns. a good one and the pictures nnd sir oudly H. Mai thy, of; Nelson, who v-stt- ng his sister Mrs. F. C. Graham and other friends is renewing old acquaintances in Colairma. Jt will be remembered that occupied a position In store and barber shop 'some four years ago, and is entitled to a plac among Colt-man old ,Umers. The Bishop of Calgary spent Sun clay last in the Pass and preached t a fair sized audience in .St. Alban' Church. The Bishop's manj- friend are always glad to sec him in the Pass and none were disappointed in his sermon -from the text "He hath done nil things well." Many Colemanites spent Monday (I-abor Day) at the Michel Miners" Picnic, nnd a good time is reported. The Colcmun band was in ance with a varied1 supply of music. Michel people evidently appreciate a good thing as this is the second time within a month that the band has filled an engagement at Michel. This -should lie a source of satisfaction to the band, who have been giving much of their spare time during the sum- mer evenings to hand practice. It all should help to advertise Colcman and it may well Tie added' that the band boys are actuated by the right brand of local patriotism. headed. This is a good locality lor a few more laborers -to drift into as there is a call for more men to assist in handling the crop. As our mail route is being handled uitc successfully from Clarcsholm to ilayney it would be well to bear in uind that our mail carrier is equipp- d with an up-to-date double seated ig for the conveyance of the mat and other side lines in which he vould be glad to accommodate th ubltc. We are sorrv_to say, we are abou o lose our teacher for. the aml Centre School. Although we regret the loss we are well pleased to learn that he is capable of. filling such a prominent position, in the cap- ital city of Alberta and we feel as- sured th'it he worthy of it. A very romantic wedding took place at the home of the Brckman brothers, of this district on Sunday lost. The groom, just arriving frqm- Lxmclon, Eng., where he went to meet his intended bride, who arrived' there from her former home, Russia. By the general appearance they must have had a large time at the wedd- ing for it was a sight to seethe num- ND HAND STORE We have a large consign- ment of very superior sec- ond-hand Household Fur- niture on sale at ourYoo'mg. If you are looking for first class goods at third class come and inspect our stock. Waddington TELEPHONE lethbridge Markets ber of rigs that gathered, at the rcsi- is one of the finest places in Southern Alberta, and we can join in saying one of the finest fnmiles o Finlanders in this part of the Couu try. 1 Northern .2 Northern No. 3 Northern ___ Vo. 4 Northern No. 1 Alberta Red No. 2 Alberta Red No. 3 Alberta Red STo. 2 White Oats Black Spring Black Spring Valley, Sept. threshing machine came to Burns' last night and will begin Ihreshing there today. j Mcs. Ira Burns and daughter are on the sick list. Mrs. Mable McBroom and Leon Burns visited at John Bowser's on Sunday. Mrs. Oscar Sanby in company with Pincher Creek Frank Lin has disposed of his res taurant to Ti Long and Company. The annual sports in connectior with the Victoria Home Indian Mis sion were held on Wednesday and at tracted the usual large number o spectators. We hope to present some of the prizewinners in the cjvenls a little later. The Catholic Church have been sell ing tickets for a big drawing for some time past. The winners were announced on Tuesday night and were as follows: 1st prize, cow and calf, won by Mr. E. ,T. Woods. 2nd, a" mare, won by Henry Cameron; 3rd it yearling calf, won by Air. Chas. Kettles. .............per. Barley ..-..............per bus... Flax the Ib.. Cows .................per Ib.. HOGS- Live...................per cwt.. Dressed ................per cwt.. Fowl ....................per Ib. Live...................per cwt. Dressed ...............per cwt. BUTTER AND Dairy ...................per Ib. Creamery ..............per Ib.. Eggs doi. New Potatoes........per cwt.... J1.50 Cabbage..............per Ibi... 2X Onions ...............per Ib___ ;4 Cauliflower ............per Ib.. Upland ..............per ton... Blue Joint ............per ton.. Timothy ..............per ton.. Green ............per Ib...... 82 79 72 64 79 71 64 70 45 50 90 3X 8 16 ...111 25 29 30 her father, left on Sundny for__ i common ont-mv. X. alter a visit of several weoks with relatives FIGHT TOGETHER Toronto, Sept. at the Exhibition directors luncheon yester- day. Gtwral William Wilson, of Now York State Guard, expressed the hope that if necessity arose, the militia of thr United States and Canada would fight shoulder to shoulder against a Dry Flint Skins...per Ib....... 10.11 Cured Hides .....per. Ib....... 5X-6 RENDERED No. 1 No. 2 3X friends. Norman Link, of Lcthbridgc. and has visiting at John Bowser's, but returned home last week. Mrs. C. Peterson and daughter went to Calgary Thursday night. Mrs. John Bowser and Charley Ad- ams took some beef to town, start- ing Monday night. Mrs. C. Adams ami her brother, Xate Bowser, passed through here on their way to town Tuesday. j The Scott and Weir threshing rig broke down at R. Bums' farm. The spring wheat at R. and L. Burns' farm turns out 44 bushels to the Winter wheat wont thirty bushels to the acre. Mr. Armcl Williams will thresh for 'Just and Louio Had ford next vreek. I George Green has been on thu sickj list this week. Charley Burns made j his first trip carrying the mail from! Bowville to Optic T. 0. on Friday. Tlit! Bank of British North Ameri- ca has purchased tho Alexandra Block in Calgary. EXCELLENCE hi Fine Job: Work is Oar Daily: Motto This is the Store to buy HOUSE FURNISHINGS A selection is easily made from a stock so complete and clean. Yon will find that our prices are unmatched. Another car in finest lot of Upholstered Fur- nitnro that we have ever had in. All kinds of Parlor Sets, Lounges and Easy Chairs, etc., etc. The Turpin Furniture Co. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS ;