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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Daily Herald, Wednesday, "UNO" pure, tho 'bright, the beautiful, That stirred hearts in youth, The to wordless prayer. stream of lovo and truth: The longing, after something lost, Offers clieap kemesites for working men The tract known as -Buslitown' isiiiow being platted into lots and .will be placed on.sale in Coleman when the public are invited to the grandest.opportunity for investment ever offered in this district. ,1ST6-investment in Uhe. so large profits, with tjie same; surety, as does an, investment anneal estate in right locality. a payroll of over already at this place, the eye of the shrewd buyer of-real estate? 'turned toward East Oolernan. BUILDING LOTS Thomas Cralian, owner, ;OAT EASY TERMS' Joseph Graf ten, agent, 'Coleman, Alta. Kindly send in your "At Home" day if you wish to have it inserted in the Herald dur- ing .the receiving season. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. F; W. ;Downer has issued cards for an "At, Some" .Friday afternoon at Westminster House. '.Mr] Albert Schnurr, who has-been.- visiting at the Vv age for the past few days, leaves-for Ontario today. The spirit's yearning cry. The striving after betier hopes- These never die. Dickens. rfwi LIGHT CHAT Agnes Dean Cameron, who is becoming known; all" over" the world for -her ardent- -partlzanslii'p of Can- is still, in London and doing .ex- Mr. and- Mrs. H. A. Driggs of Grassy Lake, who- came to the city Monday to attend the Sherwood recital, re- turned home yesterday afternoon. Mrs: Lyroan D. Bedford, 1217 Court land street, leaves tonight on a visit inSTter parson- -cellent .work'there.for the Dominion. A late issue of -the London "Canadian Mail" gives an interesting accoimt of an intsrview "with Miss Cameron, which in its wording goes to show Jiow she never-misses j an. opportunity to quote figures-astounding hut -perfect- LET THE CITIZENS GET BUSY 'Editor Herald Dear" notice in yesterday's issue of your paper .a; letter signed which.the writer seems to be under the impression -that the f and its subdivisions-, and "no doubt ___ --_ these gentlemen .will do -their..duty in weed- inspector, is employed: Jay -tho meat to -drive around among .the far- mers (as he has been ev- ery day since his. appointment, Sept. 1st) and it is the duty of the Chief of Police and the road-inspector to after the weeds -within the' citv NFW Y1 f A liLi V? I ti. At the regular meeting.of the Y.M. C.A: .directors yesterday afternoon .'the matter of securing'a suitable, tab- let and having it erected in -the build ing as-per the" agreement with .Mrs; W. L. Thompson, when she made her generous1 ten thousand dollar subscrip tion to the building fund, was left to the building committee. .The asso- ciation will place surety bonds oi .for the general secretary: and for the assistant. .Messrs.- A. Barnsley'and B. L. Cope were ap- pointed auditors. IvtcKenzie Co: were awarded the contract for install-' ing'certain electric fixtures, their tender "being the lowest of lour .'.re- ceived. was. The general secretary's report show- ed that has been paid .in on subscriptions and collected in membership fees. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Lutheran Ladies' Aid-will meet on Thursday afternoon at the home to her old home, Wateiioo, Iowa. Mrs. Ekeberg, ;1218 Fisher street will be away about six months. Campbell relumed this morning -from a two week's visit to the coast.- Mrs, Campbell remained All Scandinavian "ladies are requested to attend. The Ep worth League of Westmin- ster church inet last evening, in the behind and will not return for anoth-j church, quite a. large number being rtf CIV H'OSlL'f er month'or six weeks. Hayes, chief clerk of the C. P.R.', 'returned this morning from Lennoxville, Quo. Mrs. Hayes and family accompanied him. they arc 629 .Westminster. Mr. and Mrs. BeaUie Mills of Hos- mer, B. C.. returned home yesterday afternoon after spending a day in the citjv- f y-Mrs. Percy Xcton, .of Lethbridge, is visiting her mother. Mrs. R. B. Hat Times. present. The: subject was. "Our Lord's teachings .about and addresses were. given by Miss Elsie Maison and Harding. A re- ception service was; held at the close [of the session, eleven new members being' admitted... Cupifc Court The marriage' took place on Sept 7 at St. Barnabas' church, New West- _ minster, by'.the Rev. C. .W. Mrs.. C. TV Gray, and Miss May j Houghton, of Miss Monica the Gray left. Monday afternoon, for Win- i youngest daughter of "Gordon E. Cor- nipeg where Miss Gray .will attend bouJd, to 'yenion Ardagh Havergal --Mrs. Gray will re- turn home "in a-bout ten days. -SL. Miss..Cppp, of New Brunswick, who recently been teaching- at Nakusp B. C-, has been engaged'by the school manager of the Bank of ontreal, High. River, youngest son. of Judge and Mrs. Ardagh. Barrie, Ont. Smith's- Falls -Record: Miss Pearl "il1 -F'A'PT- AT EAST With a crash that was heard over nearly the whole city at about 11.15 last night, a collision, strings of cars 'being .di- rections by the two switch engines took place in the yards just east of SNAP! FOR QUICK SALE -62 ft. 5 in. Agnew St., just opp. Westminster Road. Ideal residential district. cash, bal. in 4 and 8 mos. F. WADDfNGTON CO. Phone 426 this-respect. But -1-. would.like to I Westminster Road. A bad order flat say right here, if the property own- ers in. the city would take .as much interest in getting rid of.the-weeds as gave way under iiapact 'buckled up and fell over" clear of'the track, ancT the tender of engine .2301 the-farmers are doing, we would not' was turned turtle, but.no other .dam- I have the unsightly array of. weeds -that is to be seen at tne, present -time within the city' limits. Tours "truly, J. C. BROWN, Government Weed Inspector for Leth- bridge District BOTTLED PROMISES' our customers how they like' our Milk' and Cream and the way it is delivered "Tk best yet" one man told us. A card will bring a prompt res- ponse Is Bottled Re- swlts Are -Wfeat You Want: A feeling of a dread of possible disappointment always goes with an. "off brand'' hair .preparation. That is part of the purchase, just as much so as the label on the bottle. doc't get this with a bottle of Neworo's Herpicide; It is'not an ex- periment. You number among your ac- j quaintances and friends hundreds who j have used Herpicide with satisfaction, and you know that can do the F PF? T i-io 1 Bos 1S67 Let h bridge age to speak of was done. No injur- ies were sustained by the trainmen or switchmen. The accident was due to a mistaken signal. Engine JSTo. 2301 was coming from one of the mine tracks- with ,about twenty cars of coal. -The oth- er engine was -pushing about sixteen cars ahead of it down the main track. The former was moving slowly aind the latter had stopped near The "switchman gave the signal to' up'but. the engineer mistook it for "go The bther engine and string of cars were just" -coming off the switch when they collided. Neither were moving very fast ;but -the weight the train of coalmade up for the absence of speed. No delay was occasioned the night .passenger trains as the wrecked cars were thrown clear of the track. MARKETS VVzll Street York. Sept. opening dealings ,in stocks showed a broad and active market with uniform gains of same. The results are always posi- tive, always_ right. Newbro's Herpicide kills the dand- ruff germ and' stop's falling, Tiair. Any druggist will sell you a one dol- lar size bottle under an absolute guar- antee. Send 10c in-postage for sample and booklet to The Herbicide Co., Dept 'Detroit. Mich. Applications obtained at the best barber shops. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd., special agents. j ii Users of Know they make no noise or sputter. and have no odor; are quick, safe and sure. Made by tiillilM a J t Ask your nearest groce J or them a small fraction throughout and er advances in special stocks. There were opening sales of 5000 shares Reading at 143'and 142 5-S. compar- ed with 142 1-S last night.' Denver aud Rio Grande rose 1 1-4, Chicago and N. W.. Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault-Ste. Southern Rail- way Pfd. 1. and N. Y. C. and Chesa- peake uiid Ohio large fractions. Winnipeg Wheat Winnipeg1. Sept opened 101 1-S, closed 99 1-4: Dec. opened 99 1-8. closed 97 1-4: May opened 103 closed 101 7-S: cash wheat closed; No. 1 Nor. 100 1-4; D9 1-4; 3j Nor. 96 3-4; 2 white oats 34; Flax' 2.45. Winnipeg LFve Stock j Winnipeg, Sept. was an j unusual heavy rim of slock at the >most def of They stand alone their richness and unique flavor, insist on: having and design patented and'registered. THE COWAN CO m ORGANIZER Expenses of Travel Too Heavy xSays' A.O .TV Medical Examiner -At: .the conclusion of'his address tfttt- doctor was individuailr introduced to all present, and refreshments served. This ended the formal 1 of -the proceedings, but an informal" program of toasts, imitations'; etc., was iield looting broke up at dae-o'clock. The L 0. 0. F. hall. Round Court Medical the An- cient Order of. Foresters.-" The Senior Woodward occupied the chair and first Mr.. A. E; STAND FOR .Clarke read the-; "ad- dress -of welcome, "Se- cord brieay replied. chairman then said-, a few -words in'Ti'hich criticized -the ing irore lor th? especially' ;ia; the matter, of appoin'tiag: a- western organizer. The address of the. then- delivered-by'.Dr.; ol the enormous membership, A. and tne mayor's- office to aeteting -oat .the J plaa of ".nusibering- the and j aveauss under -the vould do their best'; to the interests, So- been too expensive to have an organizer la the West, due' large expenses. The benefits, cicty, social and moral, were 'then spoken of. They' -benefits- -of .deceased members and straight life insurance. The financing, is so. that whatever surplus there may Tie at the end of the year is. returned 'to-, the members. In conclusion "he" spoke' of, the great future for the oi Canada west of Fort William, .and .Every up-to-date -radiant There are Tromen___ .characterless hair iria this tbe first dancing party of tha club than the remainder of the series. A card roots has -been arranged' and the aon-dancers may enjoy' a quiet game of bridge. Fottll'Sleep.Iore Sonifly Yoa Keep Eealtiy With Dr. Morse's Indian-Hoof Pills The man or woman with a good appetite, sound digestion, and bowels and kidneys ight, is stoc yards fis morning. tale were 700 cattle, The r.o- -100 ho.ss, .10 calves and 100 sheep. Amongst the j cattle there were some good export- i ers which brought the too of the i market. A big bunch of stockcrs and j feeders also arrived and were pur- chased by the eastern For the local _ market there was some j cnoicc -butcher steers ana heifers sold from to S3.75 per who" only organs active and regular. The headaches jlast week was fined So and costs for disappear, the digestion becomes good allowing.them., to run at lalse within again, the biocd is purified and perfect tfle limits. Mike, ii{ the very health returns. time bis oows were trading Round n I street -yesterday afternoon, was at police court arranging a time for a favorite household remedy in Canada his second appearance upon ifte lor over half a century, and they arc in i charge. daily use throughout the world. Being purely vegetable they are safe for young and old. Made bv W. H. Conibtock KABAT; CAEBON PAPER Will give you better, service and wear longer than, any' other car- bon on -the market, no smudge or smut, you -can handle it and keep hands clean. Do not use some carbon paper, but use ISK. "We also have ISK typewriter ribbons which are the best Typewriters repaired. I THE STJX AGEXCY FORD ST, PHONE 1046 CRYSTAL PALACE WON Sept. is T _ result, of Southern League foot- Co., Ltd.. .Brocitville, and sold ball todav: by dc-Jcrs Real estate will increase iri K> per cent, in che next 30 days. Buy now if you want the benefit of the raise in value. have for sale 8 room modern, house-, hot and cold water in every bed room, centrally located, handles it, good terms, 3 lots on Asliraead street norca of London Road, easy terms. i'lvu room cottases on Coutt? sueot, near eaoh, terms. W, H. JOHNSON LANB CO, Block, 323 Round St." a; 250. Exeter CUj 3; Crj-stai Palace 4. ;