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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETH0RIOQE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER If, JIM. SAVE DOCTOR'S BILLS By eating clean, well-cooked qntl wholesome food at THE ALEXANDRA CAFE The only White Restaurant iu tho city. It costs no more than the cheapest place in the city. We furnish the best the market affords for the least possible cost to our many patrons. Our regular three-course Lunches and Dinners 25c. 30c, 35c. 40c. 45c. and 50c. includes a full line of Vegetables and Dessert N. H. MURRAY, Prop. Corner Round and Dufferin Streets W.PJpy Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Room 3, Ott Block Phone 180 CHILD'S AWFUL DEATH Montreal, Sept. playing with a Flobert rifle at his home, No- tre Dame street yesterday, Henry J. Smith, 14 years of age, shot himself in the eye, the bullet penetrating his brain, and causing death in less than, an hour. M General Teaming We do all classes of teaming on the shortest notice. Satis- faction guaranteed. If you need coal and you want the best value your money will buy, see me. Coal must be paid for on delivery. Daily Herald's Patterns PARIS 3018 PATTERN NO. 3018 E. J. Box 454. TICKNER 1258 Redpath St. We hare jnzt unloaded a car of window, plate and fancy glass and are in a position to fill all orders at right prices. Our. stock of lumber is large and well assorted. Estimates furnished. Mill work a specialty. OLIVER'S MlHCTUillliG cm Office and Factory Cor. 10UND and fiOMPAS STREETS Telephone 153 Yard, Smith St. Phone 195 v LAND FOR SALE Choice block of 956 acres, all Sec. 28 and W. half Sec. -This is on the Weyburn Lethbridge extension; smooth, level prairie, free from stones and will sell for, per acre inside a Price, for immediate sale, S13.00 per acre en; block, or half sections; cash on each half'- section, balance, 5 payments, inter- est at 6 per. cent. Write or wire W. J. GILLILAND, 1705 Cook Street, Victoria, B.C., or The Canadian Real Estate Co., Eoom 9, Bryan Block, Lethbridge. GIRLS' SFJkH-PBIXCESS DRESS All Seams Allowed. This smart little dress in the new ong-waisted style may eith- T with or'without' the sash, and sleeve caps. The panel front and the broad collar render the rcodel unus- ually ;becoming. Linen, gingham, ciiallis and.wool batiste are suitable reproduction. The pattern is in to 12 years- For a girl of 8 years, the dress will require Si v-ards of material 2-i inches wide, 4J ards 27 inches wide, yards 36 inches wide or yards 42 inches wide, with yards of braid- Price of pattern, 10 Btdford, Daisy Tmlbott, t farmer's daughter near Bono, wrote her name and address cm an egg, which wag sent with others to a wholesaler. The latter shipped the egg to Decatur, Ind. where it was bought by Jcaeph Palmer, who wrote to Miss Talbott. Letters were exchanged, which resulted recently in a wedding. Good results follow the use of 'Fruit- a-tives" in all cases of Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Skin Troubles. Where there is Indigestion; Constipa- tion, Biliousness, Pain in the Back, Rash on the skin, the benefits of "Fmit-a- tires" are quickly appreciated. made concen- trated and intensified fruit juice, acts directly on the digestive and eliminating of the body, aad at the same time, is the best of tonics to purify and enrich the blood and build up the general health. At a box, 6 for trial size 250. or Sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruii-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. sertion and 5 3-4 yards of edging. Price of Pattern', .10 cents. 3041 Here's Bargains Two Choice Comer Lots on Railway Street, North "f Ward. each, easy terms Small House and Lot on Sailway Street, North Ward. easy terms L Eakin and Co. 307 Crabb St. (Opposite Bank of Phone 383 Lethbri dge, Aita. j LADIES' FANCY SHIETWAIST Parfs Pattern No. 3041 All Seams Allowed' Developed in soft cream-colored mes I saline, -with lace to match, this de- sign would be most attractive. A plastrom front, extending around the j yoke in trimming effect, is an. odd and pleasing feature. The full-length sleeves are trimmed witli bands of in- sertion between' the tucks. Taffeta, t pongee, satin and voile will all be j effective made after this' design.. The pattern is in. to 42 inches bust measure. bust the waist will require 4 3-8 yards of mat-trial 120 inches wide, 33-4 yards 24 inches 3 1-4 yards 27 inches wide, 2 3-8 yards '36 inches wide or ,2 i-S yards 42 inches with 5-S yard of all- over lace. 18 inches wide, A yards in- sertion and 3-4 yard of edging.. Price of Pattern.. 10 cents.. FARMERS! Before buying a new wagon for the coming harvest you should see the NEW MOLINE, FAIRCHILD and NEW DEAL WAGONS Highest Grade Lowest Prices Hyde Sounders flffiw litf lirtbawe Cor. fort lid Cimpbell Streets Plot Ml P.O. lull! The University oi Alberta 3035 LADIES' NIGHT GOW2? Paris Pattern No. 3035 All -Seams Allowed There are few women or girls who do not delight in the .making- of fine, lingerie. This -dainty 'gown .is sim- ply shaped and slips on easily over the lead. It .maybe made as elabor- ate as one pleases by the addition of fine embroidery and lace, or it may be made up entirely plain, just a row gibbon-run beading at the neck edge to regulate the fullness. Cambric, muslin, nainsook and bat- iste are all used in the making of un- derwear. The pattern is in four sizes 32 to 44 inches bust measure. For 36-inch bust, the night-gown will re- quire 5 1-4 yards of material 36 in- ches wide, or 4 1-4 yards 42 inches wide, with 2 yards of beading, 3 1-2 3Q24 j. MISSES' SHIRTWAIST Paris Pattern No. 3024 j All Seams Allowed J This -simple girlish model' is excel-} lent for development in lawn, dimity, j nainsook, china silk, messaline? and voile. 'The front and back are laid in groups of tucks, the stitching ter- minating'at yoke depth in front andj. extending to the waistline in the back. The chemisette may be omit- ted if a fancy waist is desired. The pattern is in: 3 to 17 years. For a miss of 15 years the waist will require 3 5-8 yards -of. material 20 inches wide, 3 yards 27 inches wide, 2 yards 36 inches wide or 1 7-8 yards 42 inches wide, ,with 5-S yards of .all- over lace IS inches wide and -5 yards of soutache braid.. .Price oi Pattern, 10 cents. love he man A CRAZY LOVER Sept.: brooding over an unrequited and swearing that loved should marry no other than hiniseli, H-ector Charlpjxl, 32 years old, last night shot Miss "Vic- toria Forget at her home, 190 Liddle Street, twice and then put a bullet ia his dying 'shortly after- ward. Miss Forget's -injuries are not serious. ROWDY BREADMAKERS Stockholm, Sept. number of striking bakers made a round last night of the bakeries of the city, breaking windows and threatening the men at work. Several arrests were made. The former employees of the Stockholm street car company have offered to pay the company for the damages to property during the recent strike on condition that yards of ribbon, 3 3-4 yards of in- all the strikers be re-employed. 3028 OHILD-'S FEENCH DEESS Paris Pattern N 3.. 3026 All Seams Allowed There is scarcely a prettier design' for the long-waist- ed French dress. This one was_ taste- fully developed in white linen, a sim- ple design in eyelet embroidery af- fording decoration. Full length and short puff sleeves are both provided. Nainsook, dimity, gingham aad cham oray are all suited to the design. The pattern is in 3 to 6 years. For a child of 4 years, the dress-will re- quire 2 3-4 yards of material 24 inches wide, "2 1-2 yards 27 inches" wide, 2 yards 36 inches wide "or 1 5-8 yards 42 inches wide. Price of 10 cents. We are making a new departure'this Season, and have arranged to sell wheels direct by mail, saving to our cuST'uners all intermediate profits. By this olari we can .ffer ies This'surprising value in first-class wheels will be arv import- ant help the restoration of their popularity. We have planned for a big bicycle year, a nd. arc cady with the best machine for the money ever :n Canada. Send for Iliustiazcd Folder HYSLOP BROS., Limited COALDALE NEWS Sept. enroll- jed 21. pupils. Miss Ab'ercrombie is the teacher. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. ChaS- Seit- j ters, a fine boy. j Tho 'Ladies'. Aid xvill meet with, {Mrs. Depew Wednesday afternoon. f Mrs. W. H. Pawson Jr. returned home Thursday after month's visit i with her mother in Peoria, HI. Mrs. Chris. Xillson returned to ber home Sunday, near Stirling, after a fortnight's visit with Mr! and Mrs. Alfred Haley. John Davidson, Ben S. Pawson, A. and Frank Enapp and Bert and El- mer Sinclair were guests at the Mac- alberta farm Saturday evening. Matriculation Examinations begin September 21st. Classes open Sep- tember 28th. Courses offered leading to the B. A. and B. Teaching will be given in 19U9 in 1st, 2nd, 3rd years in Arts and 1st and 2nd years in Applied Science. Calendars on application. For particulars write the President of the Universitv. Meals for Place Your Orders for mm f! r Good Meals Fuji Courses See what it's like at Chow Sam Co. .V Satisfaction Guaranteed t General Teaming f We do all classes of teaming on the shortest notice. Satis- O faction guaranteed. If .you need coal and you want best value your money will buy, ring me up on Phone 201. Coal delivered C.O.D., WM TAYLOR We are still serving the usual, GOOD MEAL at the COSLDJIE JESTlfilT Don't Wait Get Quick 'Service and First-class Menu at MEALS 25c. FORD STREET Nest to Post Office Block I.Tlie ierta T- 1 J- Under new management First-class cook. Every-' i r V thins: clean Meals 25c MAR TOM, Prop. Hi'h-Class Ante mobiles and TCRwNTO, ONT. Mills, of Riversi-de, Cal., who has been P. J.. Naismith for a few weeks, returned home Tuesday The King Edward Restaurant The Place to G-et a Good Meal. 21 Meals Board and Room a week Candies, Fruit, Cigars and Tobacco Hound Street Next Lumber Yard All the New Things in FLOOR COVER- INGS at TURPIN'S from the World's J Greatest Factories. Carpet Squares from and up; Rugs from and up. In Linoleums we are making a great showing in oilcloths and inlaid linoleums, by far the best Yet- If the designs and eol- i ors suit, our prices will make you a buyer. Turpm The Home-Makers ;