Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE UtTHaRIPGf OAILV HERALD, Daily Herald Canada, A. .BUCHANAN few. dreii'es must be .given. WEEKLY in .eight Ooe year, in advance montht, inr advance Tbre-wnenth.. in advance THE DAILY HERALD, .75 .50 A Co., R. W ,PiSr Cr..k-E. J.' Mitchell, D. L Co. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER II SUN FIRE The oldest Insurance 1910 FOUNDED A.D.I 710 .Bl-CElSTEHAKY 191O HOME OFFICE; LONDON. ENGLAND ftraach, Sim Building, Toronto. H. M. Blackburn. C. B- BOWMAN, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. J He Helped brakeuum was a novice, and on his first run here there, was a very steep grade'to mount. The engineer always'had more or less trouble to get up this grade, but this lime he came near sticking. He almost lost his head. Eventually, he reach- ed the top. At the station that cross- ed the top, looking out oi his cab, the engineers saw the new, brakeman and a sigh of relief: tell you what, my lad, we had a job to get up there, didn't .certainly' said the n brakeman, "and if I' hadn't put on the brake we'd have slipt Washington Star. Effective "The climax to his wooing was very romantic. the verge of a "What did, she "She threw him Baltimore American. NORTHCLIFFE Lord tforthcliffe, the English ioan, who .addressed the Alber ta, Press, Association, at Edmonton "owns .more papers and .periodical are published in the entire pro vince of Alberta and two of hia'.grea da'lies -have each more subscriber than there are people in this pro vince. He talks to a nation of.peo eveiy day and wields a greate Influence than any other individual to the Mother Country. Lord Northcliffe is a young man, being only forty years o Hon. Frank Oliver told th that Lord Horthcliffe had and great work. Lord Korthcliffe is enough of a new.apippr man to real.ze the import- ance of being correctly reportt-d. He ne-ver a speech -without .pay- ing something-of vital interest. Hi? 'address to the convention at Edmon- ton, was a straight talk on questions. .concerning newspapers. It dealt important problems and1-, con- tained suggestions" worthy of the con- sideration, of Canadian publishers. lLord Northcliffe dictated the speech to a .stenographer before h? delivered "it at the convention. gave the newspapers, a copy, of the speech before it was delivered, because he was anxious that it should bi published, but simply if it was published that it w >uld be correct. He .is -systematic in eve'y-' thing and it is onp'of thy reasons f his-wonderful -success. SUCCESSFUL SHOE SALE Saturday saw the close of one of the most successful shoe sales in the history of ifrom; the standpoint of the firm putting on the sale, arid from the customer wSb patronized the sale, kelson and Gow accomplished their purpose by turn- ing over a lot of stock and swelling their bank account. The customer profited by getting high class sales at greatly jeduced prices and everybody, is happy. To accomplish 'this object required and John, A. Mac- Donald proved himself a worthy name sake in; this -regard. .He and his partner, Mr. Nellis. hook up splen- didly together. Both have a wide kno-wledge of all classes of merchan- dise. They' have plenty of energy and the personality, that sells goods. MILLINERY OPENINGS AT MISS COOKSLEY'S Miss Cooksley's partor was a pic- ture of gaiety and animation ...pn Friday afternoon when in spite of the disagreeable weather crowds of ladies -gathered to inspect the pretty display o'f hats shown there. A very large and exceedingly attrac live variety of hats were to be seen in both largt; and small styles and in many dainty and rich shades. Among the more noticeable of the hats very pretty black was es- pecially attractive, made up in panne' velvet faced with moire silk and trimmed with plumes and jet bands, A very dainty creation in taupe with trimming of white plumes was noticeable. A large number of turbans in all shades were shown, one in Alice blue with jet- crown and plumes caught the attention. Satin hats trimmed with large wings and flat velvet bows were much in evidence.' Among the great variety of shapes were noticed taupe, arsd a gret number of attractive shVuit's in blue, brown -asd green. Tiuvlarge fiat wings were much us- ed in the trimmings as well as a great number of very dainty winter flowers for later. wear. A Car of Five Roses Flour On Track To-day Itie Bentley Ca. ltd. md letiii Phone FIRST QUALITY That is the only kind of drugs we use in YOUR PRE- SCRIPTIONS We buy original packages direct1 from manufacturer, so that we know we are getting the real thing. YOU GET THE BENEFIT- Bring all your prescriptions the PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD W.P.J. ALEXANDER, Preicription Specialist. Phone 445 Graduate Druggist Night Bell and Optician. I MRS. DOUGLAS The opening of Mrs. Douglas' store in the North Ward'tjuite' sustained tlie "exeplent Tepu'tajtton made season. Mrs. Douglas5 store -was vis- ited by a large number of ladies the. city and the- display brought forth '.many favorable comments. The new styles and shapes for fall iwere much the same, as 'at the other stores varied "only by the originality of the milliner. Mrs. Douglas' opening re- vealecl the 'fact that-this store the latest in all departments of the milliners' art. A Snap A 1 quarter section about 1 mile from a thriving vil- lage. Has 5-roomed house barn 16 x 32. all fenced. Also pasture. Has 11 acre? oats, as 24 acres seeded to fall -wheat Apply Mason Land Co. Stafford Block ;_ ROPER'S TRIAL. BEGUN Qu'Appelle, Sask., Sept. prelim inarv trial of Harry ililton and the personality, that sells goods. RopeIV charge of murdering his They brought the fact home forcibly Harris, a farmer of before the public that an oppOTtunity to save money "WAS presented to them and altogether, are experts in their line. If they ever again put on a sale in this city the public has learned to know genuine bargains are to be had. employer, A. H. Harris, a farmer of Edgeley, was opened rh.is mom- ing before Trispector Hefferman, Mr. McDonald .and Sergt. represented, the atrtomey general's de- partment, and Mr. -Casey, at the re- quest of the Sons of England, to de- fend the accused. A DISTINGUISHED GROUP OUR POINT OF VIEW Th- t Calgary ,Albertan in the npimcement that the Bank of Toronto would open a branch then1 Monday "The Calgary branch is only the, first of a number whlchTBie Bank of Toronto is open- ing in the' West." There was a time when Calgary had. the. first -call on rnearly eyerything that -was going but is past. The Bank of Tor- 3 onto lias had a branch "in- Lethbridge doing business for several weeks. MONEY to LOAN on Farm and City Property at 8 per cent, interest Terms of payment ar- ranged -to suit borrower Hatch Coons FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY Phone 153 Oliver Block JOHN GEDDES GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT Offices: Winnipeg and Leth- bridge. Lethbridge Office: 307 Crabb street; Phone 455. G. DeC. O'GRADY, Jr. Agent. CARS WASHED I AND POLISHED Bryan Block Phone 425 Ipply: The SOUTHERN. IIBERTA LOIN m INVESTMENT CO, DR. C. C. CRAGG Pnyttcian and Surgeon. Office to 11 a.m., tc- p.n t to 8 pm Office 125. House 94- THE MOST SATISFACTORY OF ALL DRINKS as well as -the most healthful and in- well known car- bonated beverages bottled by the Lethbridge Brewing Malting 'Co. Absolutely pure water and ingredi- ents are used, and this, with. the greatest care used in bottling, have created demand for our goods that is in: itself the best evidence of their high, quality. The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Company, Ltd. Wherever you .go in .the west peo- ple are talking of the wonderful growth of Lethbridge. matter ,where you go in the province there is the same story about the bumper crops. Alberta ought to "have the best fall and winter in its If Cook and Peary keep at it the controversy will become eo warm that the Arctic Ocean will melt and" the -Pole float sway, North Pole liar is the latest journalist venture, with Cook and Peary as the publishers. "A lion in a Zoo in Boston .killed three people, and, yet it is allowed to live. should a lion be treated better" who life t JvThe Crftobrook Fair, is tkt event of thLs Man" Syuppson pecU the display of bananas ibe feature. In this group are to be seen Kfv.-F.'Uh-rr -T.iicombo and Strath-' sitting; and C. G. .Chipman. 'cornnussio.uer. of the Hudson's Bay Co., Hon.'A. C. Rutherford, premier of and Hon. G. H. V. Bulyea, Lieutenant Governor, of Alberta. The photograph was taken on the lawn of Government House, during Lord Strathcona's visit there WHY COMMIT MATRIMONY Before bxiying your necessary Crockery, Gliinaware and Bric-a-brac out of the huge stock just reclived into our department'? The- variety and quality beats previous records in this city. LET OTHERS GET CAUGHT The while you are selecting their wedding gift in the shape of a tasteful Epergne. Set of Vases, Smokers' Table Set, Sewing Basket Tables, Jardinieres, etc., etc. THEN BROADLY GRIN As you -contemplate the phenomirtal value received every time you''buy from The Red Cross Drug Rook Co. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE ACADIA BLOCK Phone 5 RE DPATH ST. Dispenser. Picture Framer. The Arrow Lake Orchards There arc few better investments than in Good B.C. Fruit Lands Our lands are the equal of anything.in the shape of B. C. FRUIT LANDS on the market, They will bear inspection. Settlers "oh our lands are satisfied .settlors. Those who have lands proclaim- them. the b st they have seen. Ev-.-ry statement we make can be verified. Our "advertising matter contains no: statement that is? not true. a good- ten acre 'tract or Arrow Lake Lands. r-. After the trees are planted the.labor wfBearing for them is much money" cari'be made' out or small fruits and vegetables .-while the orchard is--maturing. No" irrigation is required-ia-the -Arrow Lake District and we are selling, a lower price than they are being sold "in districts where irrigation' is necessary- Most of our .land can be irrigated very-cheaply, if it is desired to do so. i The climate is simply grand, the scenery equal to -an. thing in tne world with good fishing and hunting __ and boating thrown in. Would you enjoy such a life? If so, join one, of-Jour "parties and we will prove our statements. For particulars- apply to s I -THE. Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, General Agent, Lethbridge, Alta. E. McCANDLISH, Gen. Agent, Claresholm, Alta. Kg-CLEAR TITLE TO ALL OUR LANDS. Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Capital Paid Up Fund D. R. WILKIE.President HON. ROBERTnJAFFRAY. Vice-Pres. Accounta'of Cbrporations, Mxuxicipalities, Merchants, Parmera'and Private Individuals invited. SAVINQS given to Savings' Bank Acoonntt. Deposits of fl.OO and upwards received and inter- est current rate-from date of deposit.. ____________ LETHBRIDQE R. SEATLE, Managtr. Begin Block, Round St.. beside Bentley's Store. 4c If yoiir caj: needs to be 1v washed and polished we can do it, having engaged an expert washer arid pol- isher.' Call or-phone and get our prices. The Standard Garage Co. Phone 343. Wood St. North City Market SUPPLIES Ribbons for all Carbon Paper, per 100 sheets, from Paper, ream, from Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES to CaM and get terms. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. PKOFSSSIONAL CARDS W. 8. QALBRAITK-PhyiiciiL Surgeon. Accbucher. flourn- 9 a.uj.. p.m. Office 9H path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEAM -Redpatb Street. Hours-BM-r. a.m.. 2.3. H- ,J. E. Burgeon. Accoucner, Oddfellow, Block. Hours-Til) 9 a.m.. n tc 3, to 5. 7 to 3. rbooe, day. i. ,342. arrived at Stock Yards Hares and Geldings 49 J J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street, Lethbridge COAL Bsst Lump on the market, per ton Nul coal, delivered. Address, postcard to New Barnes Mine, Royal View. F. WADDINGTON Phone 261 City Agent. Coal, Ice and AYING Western Transfer Co. -LONG BROS. Proprietors OfBce opposite -Balmoral. PH ONE: 63 Canada Western Chartered Corporation "Ltd. 'Capita] Agents. Fiscal Ag.-uts Brokers. _ for Royal Collieries Ltd All Siar.dard Stocks Handled VICTORIA. B C LODGE PRiDE Or ALBERTA, No. 233, Sons af England .Benefit Society Meets in the Oddfedllows' Hall ;every first and third Wednesday the month at. 3 For full particulars apply W. J. Wade, Fred T. W. President. Sec.. Box 57; LeUMgt lerle la. 13! Meets 1st and 3rd M o n d aye m K of P Hall at 8 o'clock. .Visiting orethren are cordially invited. ASHCROFT, W.P. 24-ly GUS NEIDIG, A.F. AV.M., Q.R.A. Lethbridge Regular meeting niffM. the third Thursday o! -each month in the Masjmc- Hall, P, 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will al, ways receive a hearty welcome." A; 0. Meaaer. W.M. G. V. Storkey, Secretary, P. 0. Box 637.' MUSIC LEGAU JOHNSTONE RITCHIE-Barris ters and solicitors. Office adioln "W Union Bank, Lethbridge L M _Succe C. Simmons. Rarristprs iv. r. and Notaries Money to lo? C. Simmons Shepherd! F. P. CONYBEARE, K C D C L -Barrister. Solicitor, O Conybeare Block. L.thbridge A J. MACDOUGALL- -Notary. Room ARCHITECTS AND 8. ROLFSON-Arcbitect. koo.t, I Block. Macdoiauld Block. Kedpath Lethbridge Alfa. "mH; Architectural DraftP. man and 'Contractor cheerfully giveu. If you wS u see our -new ideas in let us show you. They W0c't cost y. anythuig. Adrircss Lethbddgl P WILLIAM WATTS-Builder and con- tractor 13 prepared to give mates free of cost on all kiadfoi work m the building trade, includ- 1ERBERT RAMSDEN-Contractorfoi foundations, concrete walks base- ments and all kinds.; of :concrete; work. Terms 'reasonable. Esti- mates cheerfully given. Apply Boi 630. City. UNDERTAKING ADD ISDN SON-Leadiug Under takers and Embalmers. The olden established business in the city a and Wiideni 321 St. Parbrt open da> and night. T. S. 01 RECTOR ANO EMBALMER-Car nages and equipment new and at to date. Parlors opposite fire half Open day and night. Ml P. 0. Box 493. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. 13689. Meets in the 'Oddfellowe Hall every aecond and fourth Wednesday of the month. Visiting neighbors will al- ways receive a hearty welcome. Coun- cillor, 0. L. Griffith; Banker. W. A Dtckpon; Clerk, N. Dowttti.