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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta It FREE TO ALL TRAINS Hotel in Herald WHEN IN LE7HBRIDGE The Hotel It the Best 41 Convenient Place to Stay It Pays For Itself Ifhv not have one? -woman wso taxes pride in her'baiting will invariably appre- tae DUPLEX DRAFT, it accounts largely for beautiful and'evenly browned bafc- out with the Monarch Ttange. lix-van ordinary range you sniff the pans from .here to there cover with, brown paper and even then, as oftes the loaves come cut burned on one done on the other. -the Tire is hot in one part of the fire box and dead 11. the draft conies ?ap through That side or-end of the tirebox on damper openings happen to be. "An uneven fire of this kind not only does poor work but it wastes a lot of down with, the ashes. ;In'the MONARCH all this is overcome by admitting air under .liptlr'eiids-of the firebos at the same time. "This is accomplished bv ihe DUPLEX DRAFT which has two draft doors situated directly opposit each other on the front and back of .the ranjsre. far ShsrwJn-WIUUmt Ready Mixed Paint RSTA5L .REDPATH STREET PHONE O. BOX 670 attention to mail orders KERB'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST See our on page 3 The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries Fruit, i and Crockery Phone "Our last and we expect our best car ASSORTED SMALL FRUITS From Washington will arrive here to-night. The .following- are some of the goods arm-ing Peaches, Plums. Pears, Apples, Grapes, Watermelons, 'Cantelo'iipes, Ripe and Green Tomatoes. Crabapples, etc. Also all kinds of vegetables from B. C. Quality and Price guaranteed. THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 525 PROMPT'DELiVEPY V____1 NEW _ MUSIC l Xatest Songs. Secular 25 cents o Saturday billy wwtnsy Blocfe First -door west Union Bank ier writar Phone 1265. Wheat Growers The best FOIiMALDE- Is sold at HieiNEOTHAM The best is not too then don't buy from us. lonte Company, Limited ACADiA BLOCK North Yard, Yard, ism-of the Foreig- ners ffho Have Come to Canadian West Ottawa, Sept. .Wilfrid Laur- ier was welcomed back to the capita! tnls aiternoon by the cheers of hun- dreds of his fellow-citizens, irrespect- ive -or party, who. assembled at the union station to meet the special train bringing the Prime "Ministe" janl his party back home again. The band or the Governor General's Foot Guard greeted him v.ith the rousing- strains of "O! and the surging crowd cheered and cheered again as Sir bowed his ack- nowledgements from the car. .Sir Wilfrid, in reply, said he wish- ed he could find words to express the feelings aroused in him by this warm welcome back to the place which had been his home for over fourteen years. For six weeks it had been his privilege to visit many pla- ces in, the Canadian West, and dur- ing that time his opinions of Canada- da's greatness had no: lessened. "With, one thing was I especially struck while in the West." contin- ued Sir Wilfrid. "I met many men jfrom many lands; the people we met 'were not all French and English, but Save come from, the xour corners of the earth. But whatever tongue they spoke, whatever bl.< 3 they owned, tney were all proud to call themselves Canadians, but those who had recently come were more proud to call them- selves Canadians than were even the nativeborn. "There was another thing which struck me strongly, and that was the growing broadness of view. Not yet. but- soon, we will have neither east nor west. The pride of locality will nave passed, aad then will remain in its place only a pride in Canada, our common country." In conclusion, he said that he had seen many charming cities in the West, and in Winnipeg and Vancoa- g'er 'especially had man .done much to add to the beauty of their cities, but nowhere had he seen a, city na- ture had dowered with beauty as gen- erously as Ottawa. VANNUTELLI IS COMING WEST Winnipeg. Sept. Van- uatelli, Papal Legate and Monsignor Scheptycky, the Metropolitan of the Kuthenian Rite, will visit the West after the Eucharistic Congress, now being held in Montreal. They be accompanied on a tour of the West by His Grace Archbishop Langevia of St. Boniface. v.. CALGARY MEN FILL VACANCIES Calgary, Sept. is said here that' Judge Scott, will become Chief Justice, W. L. Walsh K.C., will suc- ceed him, and .fas. Short K.C. will take former Judge Mitchell's place as District Judge, NOEL'S MEATS, FOWL AND PASTE IN GLASS We Have: CHICKEN, TONGUE, HAM, TURKEY AND TONGUE. ETC. Also A Pull Line Of -LIME JUICE, GRAPE FRUIT, ROOT Craddock Virier FAMILY GROCERS PHONE 515 Patrons are Loud in their praises of Rbchon's The menu always is appetising, tempting, satisfy- ing Afternoon Teas a A 25 Ib. Household Scale, scoop without scoop and FOR DOING DOWN YOUR FRUIT, GET ONE OF OUR LARGE At to The McKeown Hardware Go., Ltd. Dufferin Round Streets We Ship out of Town Daily Those who are fond of good living patronize the and enjoy their meals. "Everything atout the Alexandra is the best that can be procured Prices to suit everybody Now under personal supervision of the proprietor N. H; MURRAY Tt ine 1 olsuffl Looks right, tastes right, and eats right because it is Made right, baked right, and sold right Phone 794, or ask your grocer GILMORE, THE BAKER Eussell Street !STortli Ward. T in JLemiua TT ccw Special line of Ladies' Special line of Ribbon at 15c yard, 2 yards for 25c Auto Scarfs New Veilings, per 40c, 50c, 60c New Collars, Belts and Ruchings, Ail-Over Laces and Trimmings ;