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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE ttTMBRinCii HtRALD, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER t, H Daily Herald 2.00 1.00 .35 3.00 1.75 .85 _ r, 1107 by" the Daily Herald Print sufficient interest in the matter 1.0 vote. A large proportion of rhe vote from the Duff Addi- tion where the people are anx- ious to cret, water and sewer as so-.n a? possible and by voting for the by-law authorizing the expenditure they certainly expedited matters in MORE WORK FOR THE NEW INSPECTOR This is another post office anomaly which will be remedied by the new Lethbridge irjtepeet-or. Two letwrs are posted at the Lethbridge nost ffice side by side, say at 9 p.m. on n Monday evening, for Bow Island or some neighboring town and the other for Maple Creek. Sask. They travel t-.geth-'-r past Bow Island and on to Medicine Hat. Daily Herald's Patterns readies. Maple morning about 10.25. The one on Tuesday The other has a snug slec-p all day in the- Hat. till it -starts" back at 9.30. p.m. and reach'es Bow Island at- 3.05" a.m. on Wednesday, the person would n t bf able tu. get it till about S SEMI-WEEKLY MAIL SERVlCz TO SUNDIAL A sc'iui-woekly mail servace from to Sundial will be crim- munced' on Monday, October 4th. Maill will" leave Sundial on Mondays MONEY to LOAN on Farm Lands and City Property at 8 per cent. Interest 3010 LADIES' SHIRTWAIST Paris Pattern No. 3010 All Seams'.Allowed. The front of this modeKis made Will ICilVC OUUU.UH Uli iU.Uil-U.UJ' a j and Thursdavs of each week and of wide embroidery flouncing, narrow Lethbridge on Tuesdays and Fridays. The stage leaves Sundial at 7 o'clock and Lethbridge at 6.30 o'clock on these mornings. This added service for the pbstofnces to the north. Diamond City, Iron Springs and Sundial will be greatly- appreciated by the residents of these districts and will hietm a much greater convenience than appears. Peter Kmitson has tho contract for j carrying the mails. tucks on each shoulder stitched to yoke depth at the front and back, giving the required fullness. The full puff portions on the sleeves are also made of the flouncing; the long cap boinjr' made of the plain material, as is the back, trimmed with narrow insertion. The pattern is in 6 to 42 inches, bust measure. For 36 bust the waist, as in view requires 2 yards of em- broidered flouncing 27 inches wide :for j front and sleeve puffs and 1 5-S yards BUILDING PERMITS of Plain 27 inches 6 Building permits are still being ?ards of insertion and 1 1-2 uecl daily. Thomas Kennedy will- build a -store and dwelling onWestminster Road! of edging -or, of one material, j needs 4 yards 20 inches wide, 3 1-2 s and night. T. .S. FETTERLY-FUNERAL D.l- RECTOR AND EM BALM riages and equipment new %nd up to date. Parlors opposite fire hall Open day and Mft P. 0. Box 493. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. 13689. MeetD in the Oddfellows Hall erety second, and fourth Wednesday of the month. Visiting neighbors will ways receive a hearty welcome. Cotn- dllor, C. 1. Griffith; Banket; W.' A. Oickgon: Clerk. N. Dowintt. ;