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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TMl tkTM B RI 6AIL MiRALt. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER IT, I IN. MONARCH GRAIN CO. REFERENCE: BANK OF MONTREAL Mtmbers Winnipeg Grain Exchange and Toronto Board of Trade. -Representing exporters, New York, Boston, Chicago, Montreal and jtoTonto. Also millers in Ontaro, and largest flax handlers in America j.We. do not ask you to ship your grain unless our prices are better than other dealers. Write for any information, and get our card o'n prices. Orders on Winnipeg options care-fully executed on reasonable margins. 1 MOVING ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE, Hazel Bidette Child Song and Danes Artist La Selle and Lind Premier Club J anglers PRICES 25c PICTURES 1 Quarryman 2 Rubber Heels 3 Pompy's Dream 4 Mischievous Kids ContinUoui Performance sibly can. This is essentially a wheat growing country, but other grains will grow here also. The oats are go- ing from seventy to eighty bushes acre, but very little oats are grown as the farmers see that they can make by growing wheat. The good country is the only rthing that accounts for the good crops. Wt? have a good class of farm ors around here and'they know how to prepare the land and keep it moist. This is to be in the dry belt a'jc' the farmers follow Prof. bell's raethod-s for dry farming very closely. They are'mostly Americans, CATHOLIC PAPER'S HOT A1TACK Toronto, Sept. Catholic Register is out with a hot attack on the Presbyterian Baptst LETHBRIDGE MARKETS Lethbridge, Sept, remain steady since the beginning of the week. No large shipments have come in as yet but a small amount is .marketed every day. The following "prices are quoted this, Sept. Catholic i morning: 1 Northern............ o 83 2 Northern............ o 80 ions among the Lutherians in the No 3'Northern 077 west, of whom are It j 0 81 proving that they make excellent set- us f0nows tier... Meat Pies Smc-e- cooler weather has set in the City Bakery is turning- out by wagon-load those t Delicious Meat Pies has been "for snob a -Thursday's v- livered Saturday ROBT. SCOTT Phone 381 Prop. SWIFT CURRENT Making Rapid Greatly Surprised Swift Current is a divisional point on the C. P. R., but that is not the only reason why it is a progressive town. Three years ago there was scarcely anything in Swift Current. Only one hundred or 50 people lived here. 3Fow there are about fifteen hundred peo- ple and it is a very busy town. You.- will probably wonder as to the rea- j son for such growth. Only of late OPEN AN OFFICE IN THIS CITY aecusod the above named missions of No 2 Rgd unfair, proselytizing. Reference'- is al-. 3 AlbartaRed... Q ?g Ootd, per cwt. ....1........... o 70 publication T> 1 I Barley Q 25 so made editorially to the a Presbyterian missionary I "Tho Ranok, the an of the byrerian visionaries, is a disgrace i J; ,1" IK to common decency. If proper action i p were taken it could be shut out of per the mails. It is the most villainous, j ffs: lying and indecent publication that j Live, per cwt........0 00 has appeared in recent years in any i Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 [language." The Farm Security Co., of.Minnea- polis has recently decided on open- ing an office in his city. This is a very strong company, who is well known here, is president; 0. W. Kerr, vice president; A. Owen, of.Minneapolis, treasurer; J. Curuming, also of Minneapolis, secre- tary. They are capitalized at Their plan of Ott Block. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS span of horses, "must be well matched, true and gentle, not over 8 and to -tip-the seal-' es at 2800 cwt. or over. Add. Box 996, Lethbridge. 232-6 come t j pany's mine in Washrngtfn. E. Kirk- ands of miles to read and copy 1 patrick and D.T. Bodell I oth of whom strange inscriptions, and it is de for this purpose these gentlemen are are not sympaXby with of selling a limited amount of treasury Ws works' attd yesterday signed stock at 15 cents per share. This .that the monuments be mine is'not a prospect but has sma11 Pieces- developed and guaranteed by these gentlemen, to be on the same vein as the mine owned by P. Burns. It is expected that the stock will go -up to per share, and big dividends be paid as soon, as the mill is in operation, as the ore is taken front a rich vein. CLARKE 'fr CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 WE SELL FOR CASH' Acadia Block OUR NEW STYLES IN WOMEN'S WEAR Attract Many Sho-ppers Everyday finds our ready to wear section crowded with enthusias- tic shoppersi; their words of praise together with liberal selections j of the various exclusive style garments is pretty conclusive dence that we are leaders in women's attire. s the fashionable two-piece the most approved styles of tailored beauties, to the newest cuts in coats and" skirts, this display is complete and affords ampleijscope for the most particular woman to supply her needs to her entire satisfaction. Every model is made of absolutely pure wool materials, and rep- resents thf> most perfect type of the garment makers' art. Prices are down to the lowsst possible notch consistent with such excellent qualities. More of. those Wonderfully Cheap Suits to Delight the Week-End Shoppers Those have .seen them have been more than surprised, nU only with the lowness of the 'price, but with their perfect fitting abilities, attractive style and the excellent character cf the pure wool materals. Made of plain and striped vene- ;tians, serges, cheviots and strip- ed worsteds; long'coat, semi-fitting styles with full pleated or gored skirts, neatly trimmed in the newest fashion, with buttons and soutache braid. BUSTER BELTS VERY LOW IN Made of extra soft pat- ent leather" that does Tiot crack, finished with ornament in front; a complete range of sizes in colors red, brown, whitt> and black. SELF STRIPED EIDERDOWNS A beautiful warm cloth for bath robes or child- ren's 'coats; colors cream, 'grey and card- inal; full yard and ,a half weave with-'sell colored stripe. NOTIONS Little items of every day need are here in most complete assortments and at prices that are far lower than you have been ac- customed to pay. Hair pads and nets, beauty pins cuff links, thimbles, tapes, tot- let curlers, veil pins, col- lar supporters, bartttss, side and back oombe, mending wools, finishing braids, hose supporters, Etc. Etc. Etc. PLAIN TAILORED LINEN WAISTS, BEAUTIES, publi. will not for. of r ESTABLISHED (1854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MOM'KEAL Patt-up Capital Reserve and Undivided Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders of Credit Savings Bank Department LetKbnige Branch- CotMalt Block, Re4path St. Crabb street, south of London Rd 233-0 able for two gentlemen 424 Smith St, close in. 235-6 'TENDERS WANTED SEALED BIDS will be received V the undersigned for- the erection -of a town hall and lockup in the "town of Magrath., Forward bids to the Secretary-Treasurer OH -or before Sat-" the 25th day of September 1909, at 8 p. m. Marked cheques must accompany each bid for 5 per cent, of the amoitnt tender- ed. The successful bidder must com- plete the said building within cer- tain specified time. -Plans' and spe- cifications may be sramined' at the office of -F. B. architect, Room 9 Whitney Block, Lethbridge, or at the office of the Secretary-Treas- town of Magrath. The owner reserves the right to reject any or 234-6 GODFREY, Secretary-Treasurer. TENT FOR SALE-10xl4 3 "foot wall, complete with poles and pins, aleo floor. 518.00. c-o Herald. Apply J. B. Kelsey, 230-6 GOOD CEDAtR sale Prices right. The Creston Mercantile Co., -Ltd., Creston, B. C. 233-4 HALF BREED SCRIP FOR Located or" tmlocated, in quantities from 24Q acres up. Terms cash. Cor- respondence invited. F. E. Moron- ey, 529 bth St., Edmonton, Alta Phone 1996. 233-C FOR forty horse boiler, stationary, work, also a lew thousand good brick, that have been used. Ap- ply Manager Lethbridge Laundry Co Phone 145. Box 477. 23W} FOR, 2 quarter cut oak bedroom suites, and all house- hold furniture. Will-.sell must he disposed of at once Wm Hely. Rachel St., N. JVard, City 35-2 FINANCfAL MONEY TO XOAN-Any amount of money to loan on city property, farm property or any kind of real estate. We buy, agreements of sale first and second mortgages. Be sure and call ca us when you want money Empire Land Co., Phone 394 -Ott Block. D HA YIN orders tot aimying of all kinds promptly. Attended ''to. E- D. XeClere. Leave 'with John Cantin, Hill Block, --212-98 ;