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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LffTHBBtMIDAILY BtrReforin Fall Overcoats I and distinctive styles, created for these who want something out of the ordinary. If you want to see richness and elegance, ask to be shown the Fit-Reform Silk Lined Overcoat the n Carri- er the -er the School CowocaiNm at Pincher Cwk bridge11- Box "Raglanette." o r 83' .McKELVJE McGUIRE Agents for Lethbridia, DOMINIONS MUST CONTROL THE FLEETS Stands by the .-Principle of AutDnomy in All -Things Toronto, Sept. thought that- there is some danger that the Dominions may declare themselves independent. every instance and of as well .as of: an instruc- tive character. The addresses were interspersed by. solos; from. 'Mrs. ols, Mrs. Orchard Mr. Armstrong, Mr. gutter and Mr.-Hen- derson. When the program was about half through, a class of pupils led by Miss Lawson, music teacher nd Winter Wear 75c and values to clear at per yard .Cinpljiditng Braad' CJtothi- fancy y ard, JOc SioClDepartmcnt Inipcct our Window Counters e are receiving daily; .theitBdjfin 0. for Ladies -Geo: A. Slater, of :ourjeadmg lines s Footwear Scott's .S.hoes iorjQhildren We- at St. Agnei school district will take the form of a which will be .held in that building on Friday. 17th inet. The Lyceum Concert -Company gave a first class entertainment in the op- era Jiouse on Tuesday night, follow- ed by a dance. The Macleod Presbytery met in the Presbyterian church here on Tues- day last. The ministers ed were Rev. Gordon, of Lethtridge; Whiteman, of Oardston; tWalker, of Hamilton, of ray, of C Mr. Shfiie, of Moun- 1-4 yard conirasting material '20 iu- j tain Mill. The students present were ches wide. Price of Pattern, 10 cents. Messrs; son. Whyto; Tait -and McPher- Mr. and Mrs. E. T. jSaunders, to- a charge "of fighting. After hearing some very confusing and tory evidence each of the Orientals! were fined and costs. jat 7.20 this Fire consumed the building used 34, inness a blacksmith by_Jas. Ward at deceased, who was; age, Spring Coulee on Friday eyening last, vas well also and.-the housexwas and deep regret only saved by thft .timely Appearance [-death. The funeral servaces of the in tx-. conducted next tinguishing the .blames.- The fire was caused by .thq three-year old, daughter Huguet, ofpthe Rei2E playing with matches. Hill Baptist thef about funeral sent to Minnesotav-for-infterment. Gardston, Sept. A; Wilcox_.and daughter Ruth C DRUNK Brockvile, Ont., morning a visitor six weeks' visit yesterday to Utah, f in the vicinity of the coal, IVJrs. has many ia.' body of. Mario Cache county. Master Austin son of F- .under the 1 50, a coal cart driver, in tied? Austin, is leaving for .school. atrCg- drinking in Utah where a n i Ladies are Invited to Study the Styles in Millinery-: ;Now "on display at our Millinery Parlors This year we have an- exceptionally- large assortment of'Hats of OUR OWN DESIGN Our new display of Trimmed and Tailored Hats is Larger than Ever L. and McLeay -Street gether with.'Miss Allen, .are-spend- ing a few weeks in Vancouver 'HlR.Hinton, Richard ;Hintoa, W. j Sharpe and A. N. Mowat are off for -f a fishing and iunting at the Kootenay Laices. Mayor Scott returned, on. Saturday from an extended visit to British Co- lumbia. -Mrs. Breckenridge has opened a restaurant in connection-with her con- Indications. ..that a storm -tfas brewing, but beyond a good fall of rain, .that was all it to. Old Sol brightly as ever and 'it is -anticipated balance of the the district will be harvested by the t M 4 t M Utah, where he has been, iit at-i sleeping in _sucly.places. tendance for the j .Master Thomas has made Rp.lendid progress." while Judge Winter and W. C. turned to I judge rendered his decision In, of the Kimbalt..schooL district vs. F. Bevans', in favor- of, Walter and Alvin both of 3fagrath, close of _ On Friday last a. long deferred ar- rbitration matter in which the town "Council and_ the- Morden involved. Early in the spring the coij-ncil had offered fthe Morden es- tate for the right -of -way through 38 acres of the land- for the purpose of chancing the course of the creek and thus, far yesterday-, been. attending funeral- Harvey Dunn. Each, noted. sure the growtli of Cardston. y Messrs. Sterling WoouVarCi v this :j i Will continue his course at the of while -Sterling will go to the Latter Day Saints university. Mrs. Christianson, sister pt Johft of Kiniball, -returned to' home in .after a very, pleasant -visit -invthis locality. Mr., am-d Mrs. Campbell in a few days. '.7. C. (Cahoon retxirned to Raynionid" to oversee UN new school there: work is nicely.'- Men-s Shirts, doirble wrist 't2W, Regdlar f 1.75, and and Boys' Bious-s and Just a few left. Suits, regular- r- Boys' Cotton frcm 2oc to and Spir its Tftat HOT WEATHER. I tfhbrldge The Beer witK tKe Green Label, la tot- ties or ktgs. Same price' as brewery. The Beer that made famous. Bass' A great tonic and appetiser. St. Louis Beer. Cordon's Dry and Sloe Gin. CUiteess'-Deubte Extra XXX World's Blackberry Brandy, Llouor and flprdlalr-I AX summer, sickness. physician prescribes a stimulant, f et the best. for ;