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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta LIT US FIGURE ON YOUR BILL Round Street Phone 763 We have anticipated the needs of users, and have stocked up with the choicest assortment of select lumber and building materials ever offered in this section. Our prices are absolutely'right, and no matter what you want, one piece or a complete house or barn bill, let us figure it for you Westminster RcL Phone 1063 Letnbridgc N. LethbritSge Taber Bow Island Milk River High River Claresholm Nanton Grantun Carmangay. Barons Kipp Jet The- Waddington- Stiickey Company Dealers in: All Kinds of HAY GRAIN Carloads skipped at once, on receipt; of order. Get'our prices. Hay, Stock. Etc. sold on compiisston, either by pri- 'vate treaty or public auction.. WAREHOUSE SALES YD. .SMITH'ST.; Rear of Dallas Hotel Phone 426 Office Round St.. ..The Office of Kiirtey Transfer Co, -Is Now On 'Opposite. Methodist Chureh Drawing done on thort notice Office- PHONES: -586.: Goal. Ice 'and LONG BHOS. Proprietors Phone.1163 _ SATURDAY SPECIAL FOREMEN Patent Leather Vel- our Box Calf Bluch- er Cut, Regular Shoes for Values in these nev- before offered. CARDSTON 8 ACTIVE Farm and Town Property is For Spokane Sept. activity in town and'farm property is report- ed of late. Stott has sold his quarier section, on the Cochrane Ranch, pur- chased of. Mr. Collinson to Mr. B. F. Olsen, has again invested ths re- turns in land near his brother's in- the' Woolford district. j -Harris, sr., has sold his i farm east of Grlenvocd to Mr. -1. :1T. Billingsley. Mr. Karris thinks nisi present hoi-dings east of Cari-iton are' satisfactory., _ j Ssad 2c for Hair P. Woodruff, formerly o: j Phflo Hay Spec. Co., Kewwk, well, is purchasing-a quarter section u's- from Dr.-.0. D. locai-ed south SQc. fcottles, drturaisSa of JK-imball. j ____ In town property there is some-; vinston, Ont.; Hunter White and destroyibg- .__ germ and loos'eniug- the small particles'fromtho scalp. regular use, followed by occasional ehampooiag1 will keep thft scalp in a fine, healthy condition and 2ree from all of I tare twed half or dlflcrcat ialr prepara.- II eanornff and faded hair. W. Win not iajare your liair. Repair-Department and Ladies' Shoe Shine Parlor in Connection- _ .thing doing occasionally. -Mrs. Ellen- Scoi-t wld lu-.r near the Stacpoole-..Terrace ;.o Stacpoole. T-.' Brown lias sold home'and.-will bu'ild near ilie tlencc of Hugh chased the east 'Dr. V. V.'. Christie 150' feet on street- next TO the residence of Martin Wooif, collector Of customs. In this locality ..ie_ St. Joan, N.B BrMwhitla. S. S. Richardson, Gilbert, Van- James J. Corbett, Chicago; C. Fimkenbisch. Graham, Mont.i; John H. Gale, Paris, Ont.i; 0. Kia- zie and wife, Berlin. Nolaad, Os- car Noland, Elliott, Sa'sk.; !E> S. Lowe, L. A. C. J.' Chal- i feur, D. L. Wainguy, P. M. Corcoran, Hamilton, W. H-' Sills, Rudvard, Trani: Stirling; M. F. .McWard, .-Butte. J. .Fennell, .Calgary; A. Jr Vangsniss, citjr; N. Ha'tt., Kearns, Calgaryt; E. R; Lam- bert, Edmonton; H. W. Red I Deer; R.. Mackenzie, C. H. D. W, Williamson, Wm. Barter, Magratlr; D. R. Richmond. L. P. Oliver, Calgary; R. Davidson, Cole- man; John Backstorrn, J. Hallgreec Stettler. A v W., Burns, M. Grove, E. Clum, L. Weaver, Taben; j B. C. Wrig-ht, Great Falls; 0. Diager i Stirling; M. F. Butte; H. j Olley and Chas. I -BALMOR A Vancouv- M. Gale; Moose Jaw; J. S. Pet-' erson and son, N.D.; Win. Stevens, Diamond City. J, Smith, Milk River; M. A. Sturrock, Calgary; Geo; Schulle, Irvine; Nelson .Purvis, Cal- Chas. McMahon, Chicago; R, W. Thomson, Reid Hill; G. H-eyd, Cowley. Hustings Que.ij'E. N. John -Bell, Ayers and Jamily, Champion; J, .fcj. Jas L.B. Brown, havine pur-: uranam. st halt of 'his lot" 1 Geo- A. H. Roach, Winnipeg; Christie has JnyesViJ. in j F- H. Stolkton, C. W. Lug-1 Hill; W. S. 41 TV r n t 11 fll trtfiTl Ol." 4 -w-r Malberg, K. Walekman, Barons; as. McVinnie, Sam Od- lana, Sundial; Mrs..H. A., and Miss Meer, Warner; 'Mrs'. F." A.''Ward, Mason, Coutts; J.-E. Johnston um, Sask.t; W. A. Fraser, I Pincher Creek; A. J. Hancock, Winni-' W.. E. Dunn, Edmonton; A, Se- Wm. and Fred Burton are building! gall, S. A. Olerin, Havre; W. Dun- new homes creditable size and1 3op, Calgary; Mr. acd Mrs. Jas. Tom- linson, Grassy'Lake; E. J. Mildoon, C. L.' Gruenwald, 'Reid Barkyrcil, Lumsden; L. H. Johnson, T. -E. H, E. Crafes, C. G. Crafes, Fairmount N D. appearance. Building is ail Hnss. Grain 'Deitv'ftr'ica Grain deliveries are L Lundbreck: E. R. week as the roads icy up. Low T_ .ililk River- A threshing outfits expect start .to- j; Burnside, Warned; Irene Johannel! 1 day after the ik.se son: Mr.. Buke.tt Banff. C i the storms. D. L. Walcott, Washing- Seeding of falL vrasat is on in ton D; D' w_ Pri R Q Tnncr n r t I o fern -i v rn m __ 7 R. Walkar, Calgary: J. G. I Chapin, Milk River; W. J. Wake, High A- C- Strathinorer. e tms, Thomas Legget Lundbrect; E T. TV. River; OF PIPES NEW WORK FOR MR. FARRELL Medicine Hat: Sept A. C. Mrs. K. Vanderbllt is plan- nins to" 'found a hospital1 Farrell. formerly of. Century .-Method- i forjthe' care of-children-who are men- 1st apptflnifed' 'Physically .defective. -'The ciate field secretary of foreign -mis- Institution will be'connected w'ith a sions, with headquarters at court children of It was originally intended that Mr. York' 16 years of age, Karrell should be.one of ;the lecturers at the new- university, .of Edmonton. ,The conference at Victoria, howeverj changed its plans. THE LETTER BOX -7 ouii, u. earnest and. a large will raaa- T ed if we'can get-suuii'irrji ther." Board of Trade and i ..There was ci the tqembers of ?i I'rurL- last y j night. The Spokane exhibit v ru- the _ chief .matter of business. E. N. Barker reporicri i ex- "j'hifait would soon ue for sbip- ment, and Though not t-o as Coriom, Fox Lake At the 'the, White- -H-ose Degree 01 the Sons of England held Thursday, Bro. Walter- Appleby, D.D. WELL'-; WOBTH YOUR Is tie diajylar -we 'offer "fbc''. your inspection and .selection. You will not find, a single.; ar- ticle in-, the entire store whleh does not .bear, hallmark, of If you, "make gJJt'. of bought you .will hare- 'OwSe to be.-aahainsd vite -you, tlBit; even it. you .'are "aotVthiniini; of buytnf, "JEWELER, S.P., who left this fruit farm at presented, with., a, handsome pipes, .together with', well .filled -with, the Bro. -F. T. Robins, Lodge, in .making pr referred to Br. _. __.. -.____ with Lodgs t'Pride; of .nearly It was largely his.' that the Lodge had. grovrn'to ent standing of over- Bro. Applsby'-was its'flrat 4. aad during tie past high position of District; -Deputy preine President. ...On members' the president', in his ..-new. Bro. Applehy. in thanking- the 'mem- J hers, said hovv pleased have -been of some', lodge and his that he would have row Lakes vrithin-' six. months: speeches, and -the., remainder of.; the ev- officsrs of the society made ening_was spent in musical SVi ;5 L NEW GROCERY 'Carrying a Pull'Line of Groceries, Teas." 'Coffees, Fruits and Tobaccos THE SUE WOO CHANG CO. JOE PONG (Manager) Saronass lington Hotel Ar- afoul of the law will be, examined tbere'-'for.'such defects1-as might have' been conducive-to their v.Tongdoing. The best meal for the working man at the least possible cost Good rooms and cmick n service Prop. Order some of our (old country style) on t Thursday for delivery on Saturday They're delicious DENV RESPONSIBILITY To the Editor of the Herald Bear havinj some certainly (.-refutable one. i The plan shoeing ihe space to Cardston 'also p-assed among the'members, 'and'jives Macleod and Cardston a s-iiJtmch..! cp- port-unity to demonstrate f.....--.- the! been brought! South of Alberta can ts are I to our notice that in a'recent issue jail in a row, with only one r vj j do w o iit.-i-1 Police and "the R.N.W.M.P. in recent j secretary Of the Board cf Trace, who! years; we-the Lethbridge Trades and! has collected and prepared ;he exhibit i Labor Council wish .to disassociate' ourselves from any semblance of sus- picion that may rest upon us. as the authority" for -such editoriaH' "The pa- thur Ferry, oi Carcistoa, ei-J forts for .the district have iieen r-toct rv. i untiring in ihc Western} per which published .the statement in! fairs, and Thos. H. iVoolford, question, is not, nor has it of the district vdio has been the property of the Council, invited to speak .at -the Congress by Jhifig. that is printed therein is, pub 'the secretary, Mr. Burns, on the prac- Iished only on the authority of. tie tical side rather than the theoretical., editor, whose name appears over its A resolution was passed bv the editorial columns. We are well aware that at tin men have been..engaged in-the u> who were'quite "unfit for holdirrr i position, but their character quickly been found out bv authority, and their dismissal quick and sure. ss- P-- mignt been a reptru-. district. Board expressing appreciation of the iiaticn extended to ?Ir. -oiford 1 M address the Congress, it was a ,i anrolinient to this .district as well j .i to the gentleman named. R. ttin- Pilling reported that 3.' dclc- was going to await on the Haihvav Commission, urging the car- Phone 1453 The Store of Quality T Prompt Delivery High Class. Grocers and Provision Merchants, Crockery Glassware Round Street Lethbridge, Alberta Reasons for dealing with George Kerr Co. We -want to see you here. We will try to please you We want to please you We- want you to talk about us- holida y Ford St. Beside Fiie Hal Phone 1181 .Oll-oay affecting Cardstcn's L. H. Jelliff-be requested to best with, the Board of Trade' executive at- once." Mr. Jelliff is appearing for the Kim- ball delegation in the presentation of! their case- Messrs.. W. H. Steed, D. H. Cald- Duce, H. C. Phipps and ever hold in the city F. W. Rec. Socretarv, HEATOK Secrotarv. S. "W. TUCKWELL, President. OPPOSITE THE EUREKA Is prepared to serve the tastiest meals to their the most moderate trial will convince you. SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY. WE AIM TO PLEASE. ALL WHITE HELP. J' A' BUSINESS MEN'S PROTECTIVE .ASSOCIATION, A- luncheon of the Lethbridge Busi- ness Men's Protective Association was held at the Alexandra Care on but the attendance was not as heavy Jiave been I expected, and but. little business was transacted. Those present were in' {accord with the work the asso.-taron' is doing in the way of helping in collections and sup-plyln? them with! j reports. A committee has been form-! ed to boost the association and t.o j rhVim- press upon other merchants erits accrnlng to m T _ AL R- A. A" t i j_ J) Alc- Carter, Champion; Mrs.'B. A. Anr.- j ftXTrt T 1 1> Christie, Diamond City; Gco, W. Dav- is, Washington; Ohas.'P. 'Cecil Dans- villc, Ky.i, F. S. Ear- ner; .1, Milisap, Toronto; Allan M. i Cross. Montreal; H. H. Gore, Winni- j I peg: N. W. Tn-iionl and TCantom- if 1C. Smith, Calgary; p. McTavish, Al-l v We have also -an EXTENSIVE NEW LINE IN CROCKERY Cali and see our new stocks. Something that is; dainty-and, preit-v GOOD WARE At Low Cash Prices Our PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, TEAS and COFFEES are throughout this district for their extra fine quality-and for LOW PRICES. We have slocks of these goods arriving; almost every DAIRY BUTTER NEW LAID EGOS CREAMERY 7r