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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H B-R A L T A I DAY, SEP TEN SCR II, MM Get some Lethbridge Property while the price is low. The lots we are selling in the Duff Addition can be paid for out of your earnings. This Property is attracting a lot of attention because there are no other lots quite so cheap that are as close in 5 to EacFi ITH.SLTI.LJ- WHITNEY BLOCK and that is the fact that all classes j there are unanimous in praising their climate and those' who_ have exper- ienced prairie thai they could not lie induced' to change. The fruits brought back were pick- ed on lands adjoining those of the company's and arc evidence of ihe ca- pabilities of the country. SHAREHOLDERS DISSATISFIED AN OLD TIMER who wanted ar gun wanted it mighty bad. You. may not be in a hurry to buy until you.see''some of the RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS, ETC. we are offering and then your fingers won't be .still until you have one of them in your hands. We don't handle any of the, cheap cast iron guns made by some firms. The best gun metal, skillfully made by expert hands, is the material used. __ Ammunition for all kinds of guns. HO WARD CASE CO. GUNSMITHS LETHBRIDGE ALTA. Will Complain to Government About Liquidation of Ontario -i- Bank -.Toronto, Sept. shareholders; of the Ontario Bank are talking of sending a deputation to .Ottawa for the purpose of com- plaining to the government as to the manner in which the liquidation-, of the bank is being" carried- on; It is. suggested by some of them that a sinking fund be' established io fi- nance "the" prosecution of the 'direct- ors. ,4 A, corrected statement of the bank's condition shows a total deficit of This absorbs' the capital of and leaves a. shortage of Hundreds of wondering Indies visit- Miss Cookslcy's" up-to-date milliii- 'cry parlors the last few days. Excla mations could be heard from people viewing the windows such as quisite" and "How dainty." Amongst the number of hats was a largo brown .satin la. Mode hat trimm- ed with Princess tips and satin braid and matinee pom poms. i -.'A' novel black velvet hat was no- ticed, trimmed with ostrich feathers, chenille net rosette and jet braid. A large' white beaver felt with black velvet braid underneath and trimmed with sequin and chenille laudeuu and large stylish black and white wings was greatly admired. The most pop- ular hats to be worn this season will be exceedingly large and small ones. The with .brim rolling on side is much in vogue. Am- ong the new combinations of culors we find navy blue with touches of j THE -OUD m YOUNG TNOtGandlHEfAK tan which is to be very popular uml 35 grey trimmed with tobacco shades. Mabum There has never before been such a variety of wings and novelty t: .m- mings "shown in Lethbridge. Every one should pay Miss Cooksley a visit for her show is well worth seeing. During the Somnwf Months are Subject to Sudden Attacks of Bowel Disturb- ance Such. M Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Colic, Pain in the Stomach and Sum- mer Complaint, and the Children get Cholera and Cholera Mor- kua. DR. FOWLER'S EXTRMT OF WILD STRAWBERRY is a perfect specific for all bowel com- plaints. It been in use in of families for tha past sixty-three yean and we have yet to hear a complaint of H not giving perfect aatisfaction. Do not let an unscrupulous. druggist talk you into buying a cheap substitute, getting DB. FOWLER'S. Price Manufactured by The T. 3o., Limited, Toronto, Ont. Kootenay Scotch Farmers-- Make Some Suggestions The members of the Scottish Agricultural commission to Canada who visited tlu? Prof. R. B. Grieg and 0. L. Aitken, wore simply delighted with all they saw and before leaving so expressed tbomsdves. While in the district they were shown around by John.- Btonc, president of the British Co- lutn'hia Fruit and Produce exchange; J 'if tl.r. l.riiitvl i rii-il of trade; K. JJ. McDermid, C. F. McHardy and other representative men. On Friday they visited tke or- chards of Mr. Mr. Camp- bell and Capt. Robertson. To a representative of the Daily News, Messrs Hodge and Aitken and Prof. Grieg expressed themselves as much surprised at all they had Keen. They said that nothing struck them more than tho exceptional growth of the apple trees. They were, how- ever not a little surprised at the fact that the Kootenay was inclined to specialize in apples. They under- took that the warm climate would lave induced jrngagv-d in fruit culture to go in for apricots and peaches. Mr. Johnstone had inform- ed them that while all Kootenay could grow both apricots and peach- es, the growers intended t'o specialize in apples because they were convinc- ed that they could grow them of su- perior quality to the far famed ap- ples of the Annapolis valley. They were not, of course, in a position to say which district could produce the -better apples. They had got spe- cially good samples in both. Another fruit that interested them much was the fact that the markets which the growers were catering for were England, Australia and New Zealand. They expressed themselves as much impressed in the organization of the fruit growers -in the district, which they understood was due in large part to the untiring efforts of Mr. John- stone. What the district needed so far as they could see was just the organization which had sprung up and was being developed under his guidanc-3. There seemed to be- an attempt at present to get all the fruit WHITE HOUSE PWUJMX.WMCMT. CO. Satisfactory la I, 2, 34k CAM ooly. NtvcrtoUiabdk. THE NORTHWEST JOBBING CO. RETAIL GROCERS SUPPLIED particularly in Canada crops were concerned; clover Since landing they had seen many excellent fields of clover but -nothing quite; as good as that in Fire valley, nor such an exceptional growth of some of the stronger grasses. They were satisfied that apart from fruit culture alto- gether there was a future for Fir growers to work together, each so- ciety being reprt se.nted. in a contra! exchange. They thought this an ex- cellent arrangement. On Saturday they had been taken by Messrs. McDermiil and McHardy up the Lower Arrow lake and had an excellent opportunity of seeing plan- tation of apples laid out there in recent years, which were apparently growing as well as those they had seen near Nelson. The valley, however, had yet to i. developed as a fruit centre. It valley as an agricultural centre. No- where in Canada had they found such good conditions for dairying and the production of forage crops for stock. If they might be permitted to ex- press an opinion as to the develop- ment, of the districts they visited they would suggest that there could be no better combination than dairy- ing, pig rearing, poultry keeping and fruit growing. It might in any case, be long before the fer- tility of the soil was exhausted but such a combination would make ex- haustion of the soil impossible. examining the lower parU of the valley they had ridden thir- teen, zniles up and had some oppor- tunity of observing the valley in what was to them an unusually interest ing fashion, they would, they said watch witfi interest the development of farming and fruit growing in the Kootenay district. They desired tc express their great satisfaction witl the kindness sHown to them by thlaint, it cured me of a very bad caw. can recommend it highly to any oat. he was examining it. tercd his body over The bullet en- the heart and he'died before a doctor could read the house. This Trademark Guarantees that Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats are always in perfect style and they will give excellent they are the best values, for the money, in -O.his trademark guarantees tnat every garment hearing it, must give complete and lasting satisfaction or your money back. Behind this trademark is the Fit-Reform Company, founders in Canada of hand-tailored garments. Fall styles arc ready. up. 48 Daily News. HON. J. S. HALL VERY ILL, Calgary, Sept. John Hall, city solicitor, is lying very se riously ill at his home, 502 Thirst street west. He has been somewhat unwell for some time, but last night when aboard a C.P.R. train and ab- out 4.0 leave, for "the east, he became suddenly unconscious. DRAMA OF WONDERFUL INTER- EST Most strikingly effective of all reli- gious dramas ever presented is the "Holy City" Clarence Bennett's pow- erful and interested play pictures, with vivid strength and masterly power. The scenes and incidents lead ing up to the betrayal of the Mas- cr by Judas. The dance of Salome, the daughter f Hcrodias, before King Herod is hown her successful plea for he head of the great Preacher. After John's death, events move with great apidity and the plotting and schem- ng- of .the high priest and the Phar- sees with Herod arc depicted as well as the giving of the thirty plec- s of silver to Judas, who promises o Jesus, into the hands of tis enemies. The presence of Jesus, is of course; only suggested, but so cleverly this done that the spectator seems-carried two thousand years and fancies himself an actual witness of the great scenes which accompanied tha enactment of the greatest tragedy in the history of the worUK Other scenes depict the convulsion of nature at the moment of the cru- cifixion, the suicide of the remorseful Judas, and the bringing of the glad tidings of the resurrection. The en- tire play is a drama of simple' ma- jesty, and wonderful interest. "The Holy City" will be presented at Lethbridge on Monday, Oct. I2tlu Mr. Harold Nelson has been engaged to play the part of Marius, a Roman' soldier. The rail mill, of the Lake Superior Sault Ste. Marie, might be said to have passed the in- at itial stagea of development so far as. Ont., opened this rnoruing with a full the production of some agricultural j staff. CALLED BENNETT'S BLUFF Will Have Chance to Meet Duncan Marshall on Public Plat- form -Calgaey, Sept. of gary have sent a prompt.reply to R'. B. Beonett who defied Duncan "Mar- shall to meet him on.the public plat- form. Theyi have asked him to name I the date of the meeting and suggest that tho Lyric Theatre be used. TEN CENTS A DAY Aged Couple Lived on Small Amount and Are Happy St. Louis, Sept. have all we need, thank O.od, for our daily bread, and are say John and Mnrianna Szarmlicck, who live on ten cents a day. Both are close to tho century murk and have been mar- ried 50 years. They live in a tene- ment house in the Polish colony of St. Louis, and while neither knows the exact age of either, both old remember the later days of the first Xftpoli-on's reign. John worked as a stonecutter Juntil he lost an eye eight years ago. Since then their little reserve fund has been spent, and John does odd jobs of mending for his neighbors which nets a scant ffollar a week. They could havo as much more as they needed, for none of the kindly folk that have lived with the old couple in the tenement house would sec them suffer. The single dollar, however, satisfies all their wants. CATHOLIC DEMONSTRATION In London When Cardinal Rome Left for London, Sopt. departure this morning -for Rome of Cardinal Vincent was the Pa- pal delegate :it the recent Kucharis- tic congress in the city was made the occasion for a demonstration by the London who fathered in thousands at thrr railway station, cheerinjr the cardinal and sanp 'God Save the Pope.' McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for CHOLERA SPREADING St. Sept. offi- cial bulletins issued yesterday on the cholera situation pivo tho number of cases in the city as 249 with 70 j M. Worozoff, manager of the S. S. Co., was strick- en with the disease today, indicat- that the disease, is beginning spread tho poorer clas- to the belter classes. The Xovr.e Vrernya urges that General Drachcff- ski, prefect of St. Petersburg .be en- trusted with tho complete powers to take charge of the situation in vivw of the inefficieny of municipal au- thorities. Knowledge is Power 'NOWLfiDGE is not confined to "book learning." Iii this busy of ours, education is but the preparation for the higher life. The knowledge acquired by the makers of Pro- gress Clothing has msde their names a power in the mercantile world. Their knowledge of values, of style and tailoring, has the "Progress Brand" trademark a power for high quality. 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