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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HEKALI) September "Queen Quality" Alone Stands the Test See Our Window for Electric Demonstration W. J. Nelson Co. and All Occasions IF most corsets fit you comfortably their position, try tkia Grace, o model tnat is made for sbort women. No. 5S9. McdilleJ on tne very -t-itli loajskitt. tut atecls only IPB( ti they r.rrj be. Medium to full fi-jurea find it Every get i tUt tuctly luiia her figure. Attht NEW DAYTON TO DO ITS SHARE Ninety Per Cent of Voters Are in Favor of Reciprocity Dayton, Sept. politics are fast becoming recon- 'he city of I.ethbridgo and ilie elect- cited. Tile present campaign will vote on Thursday according so devoid of personalities and tbe grout issue at stake so closely and cleanly debated by both parties, tluit WHERE TO VOTE ON THURSDAY Lrst of Polling Sub-divis- ions and Stations in the City There are nine polling stations In the managers of New Dayton church lad no hesitancy in offering the building for the meeting on Satur- day night. Messrs. Shepherd, of .ethbridsB, and Ostlund, of Stirling, iupporters of W. A. Buchanan and 're- ciprocity, were the shakers. to the following arrans'onrent. The polls are open from fi a.m. to 5 p.m. The polling subdivision-.; of the city and polling places are as follows: TOR POLLING DIVISION XO. 51. portion of the city of Lethbridge within the follow- ing boundaries: From the corner of 3rd south and 7ih stiwet south, thence north along Tih -otreet .Mr. Shepherd is ciiitet and logical sotitli to a point directly across the in his delivery, and his Veech was a Canadian Pacific Railway tracks to telling ore in the interests of tho re-: a directly east, of the Macleod ciprocity pact. Mr. Ostlnnd Is well- raad: west alon? Macleod road known in New Dayton, his home -be- I to Belly river; thence from the Belly mg in Stirling. But the old adage "a jnver to the Intersection of 3rd avenue n honor in his own south; thence east along 3rd avenue not AT STAR LAND Large audiences were in evidence at 'Stafland all day vssterday, and. judging from the enthnsiaslic man- ner in which the various pictures were received, a large crowd will -no doubt, greet the management again .'tonight. It would .be hard to single put any of the threa subjects for mention, as they were nil up that high standard of excellence ;.that Starland, Ltd., have set all over Canada in their various houses. "Over grim fields is a big war drama. "Dorothy's a mirth-provoking comedy, and "Sus- ceptible. and "Her first are two more dandy comedies, which kept the audience laughing all tht way through. R. E. Willis proascd greatly with a pictorial solo. The same programme will be given again tonight for the I The Ontario architects arc holding south to 7th streot, place of tleginn ing. W-est of th'j -Ith Meridian. Poll- prophet country" was finite forgotten by hi'j hearers, as his flood of passionate oratory burst upon them in such a j "pire Hall'., convincing way that any I POLLING DIVISION' XO. 52, were fully persuaded that vec.proc.ty LBTHBRIrJqB-vrnat portion of. the city of Letlrbridge within the. follow- was a good thing for Canadi Now Dayton has a voters' I ret of between 45 and 50, and a prominent Liberal of the town informed the Her- ing boundaries: From the corner of 3rd av-enuc youth and 5th strcret south, south1 alon.2 5th strtet south aid reporter that there would not L corner" of "iltli street south; more than five votes against WBSt 9th street south pact, Speaking with other support- ers of reciprocity, the Herald man could easily defect a feeling- of ear- -I thonce norlh along to avonue south: tainty that W. A. Buchanan "will re- thence, east ,along 3rd avemra south to place of beginning. West of the This is .lulius F. Rochau, who left Kaunas City, Mo., in July, and whose relatives desire to gel in touch with him. For any information concerning his whereabouts and loading to his location, Charles H. l-Yye, Ninth Ave. and Columbia St., Seattle, u. S. A., will pay ,1 re- ward of 5200. If Mr. Itochau sees this, it lie to his advantage to commun- icate with Mr. Frye at once, as everything is all right and there is no reason why he should not return to his family Immediately. 'UNITY 9 The Name That Won The Five Dollars Ten oY-lork Hnlti nln dosed the coiit-t'si for {lie Kivr-Oolliir Mold I'itvc olTcr- for (lie best: iiii.nie for the sLore j'uuojilly liy Mr. Ij, Wnllon front .Mr. Hedinn- in North Ldhbridgv.. .On Mon- day nioniino- I was opened liy flic Rov. r. .Hrvdon nnil (ho following list made of the names S. P, Q. R, (Small Quick Returns) Walton Bros., The Store of Quality Home Store The Golden Beaver The Golden Rule Store The Colonial Store Dumbarton Hall Tlly ui'uoitiis ClCri'c The Good Luck Oakland Hnll The Ideal Store The Model Store Tlic Jubilee Store The Eclipse Store Everybody's Store The Green Store The Daylight The Reciprocity Strathcona Our Store Jarson The Hub Unity The Walton High Clau Gro- cery and Dry Goods Store Tho North Lethbrldgc Acme Store. Lethbrldcjfi Grocery Store The Store for Quality Central North Ward Stora The Coronation, Store Alexandria Hall Sixth Avsnuc Store The People's Prida Victoria Hall The Royal Store The Ecoroiny Store The People's Store The Reolo Store The Quality Store. The I X L Store Friendly Hall L. M. Kazunav Sagamore Alberta Store Golden Rule Ulang Mir Tho name "UNITY" was selected by {.ho firm. After going through Mie slips. Rev. Bryden found the name was suggested by .Mr. Samuel JOIICK, of 502 Itith St. X. .Mr. Junes will please call at Uio store iiiid.claim the gold piece which luis been in our window for some time. We are looking forward to a successful winter and a Unity of Interests between patron and dealer in every way and ask to a. call at the u jv i T v Anil (id .Acquainted. L. O. WALTON, Prop. Phone -Kw 140.1 Ttdi Avc. N. along Bally river to inill; oast along JlacleotJ {rail to thence ncsday niylit. At later ilatrs the cnnrse of a male quar- .llivcnih: Hostfwiiins and (he icttf is steps bc-- I'lioir wili appear. jing takfii tojirganize A special service for children was' Dayton's musical talent will all ba lirl.l in tht Mctliorii'st church Sun-' hro'ight into service: (fay mornini; v.hich '.vas largely at-j -Several Daytonitcs are today, Icnilril. the pastel', Rev. R. K. Fill- 'altciuliiig' Kiiymontl fair. Xotivith- iy, roiiiluclefl service. i standing the rain of Sunday tllfj I'owlci' is to have n new school is drying nicely iuiri the track street; thence south along 7th consisting of two raeh 'rVrnls '-vil1 Iloi he interfered with, set to.Canadian Pacific Railway U( lifu. Thc '1'a'H .lion-land Ls to compute in thence oast Canadian JOO yiini da.h Mm 0. II. present this constituency in the Merjdian.' Polling place at "Cour Canadian, Home of Commons. [laml schoo] house. last time. a convention at Ottawa. iTHER Is the householder who keeps his home warm; who snaps his fingers at Jack Frott and laughs at the storm. Such indepen- dence comes to those whose home is heated with a And it is not enough to heat the house. You must keep it warm, and evenly warm. There is something wrong when everybody crowds only warm place in the house." You lieecl the steady, even temperature secured by a Gurncy Boiler with its specially constructed, straight-wall fire-box, which gives no chance for clinkorV tOsa.ccnmnla.te, and which allows the water to absorb ALL the ti] there is very little left for the smoke pipe. You need a boiler that will run for years without repairs, and most important, leaks. The Gurney CAN'T leak. It's put together with a smooth, metal to nictnl joint, which defies leakage, because there is no washers to rot, or threads to get crossed. You will perhaps need a boiler that AvilL fit a low cellar. We can supply it. Our smallest boiler is only 49 (-2 inches high, and just as economical, and a larger one. Ami should you enlarge your building at any time, extra sections can be. added to the boiler quite easily, increasing its heating power. BuUhis is not the whole story of "Giirney-Oxford." Write us for further information and catalogues. We will appreciate a visit or line from you. We also carry in stock a complete line of plumbing nmterlal. METALS, Limited EDMONTON LETHBRIDfJE FOR POLLING. DIVISION NO.- 53 I portion' of the city of Leth-bridge within live follow- ing iboumiarvc-jj: From corner of otli street south and 3rd avenue south; thence south along 5th street south to 5th avenue south; thence along nth avenue south to 21st stre-et south; thence north along 21st streot south to Canadian 'Pacific Railway; thence west along. Canadian Pacific Hnilway to intersection of 7th street south; .thence'south along 7th street south to 3rd avenue south; thence west along 3rd avenue south to place of beginning. West of 4th Meridian. Polling plac-a at Labor FOR POLLING DIVISION NO. 54. portion of the city of Leth.bridge within th-e follow- ing boundaries: From tbe corner of 5th street south and 5th avenue south; thence south along 5th street south to flth avenue south; thence along !lth avenue south to 21st street south; .thence north along 21st street south to 5th avenue south; thence went along 5th avenue south o place of 'beginning. West of -Ith vJeridmn. Polling place at Central, school. FOR POLLING DIVISION NO. 55, portion of the ity of Letivbridge within th'3 follow- ing boundaries: All that part of the city of Lethbridge lying south of 9th avenue south, east of 21st street south- and south of the Canad- ian Pacific Railway including Park- dale, Henderson Park, Morningsirie, and .north half of Township'26. All sections 28, 29. 30, Towiwhin S', Range 21, lying oast of the Belly river. West the -Ith Meridian. Polling place at. school. FOR POLLING DIVISION XO. portion of the city of Letlrbridge within th'j.follow- ing boundaries: From ihe intersec- tion of I3th strnet and Canadian Pa- cific Railway; thence north: along 13th street to aveniw north; thence east along 9th avemra north to eastern boundary of Section 5; thence, south to Canadian Pacific Railway at Montana Junction; thence went' along C. P. Railway to 13th [street: the place of .fcteginnlng. ThVs includes ill Section 3, Township Range 21. -West of the -1th Meridian. Polling place at Westminister FOR POLLING DIVISION XO. 51, portion of the city of Lethibrltlge within thfc follow- ing boundaries: From a point at tho intcrarction of 13th Ktrmt tuirt the Cnntirltah Pacific Railway; thence north along 13th street to flth avenue north; thence west rilonjj; 9th avenue north to Belly river; thcncv aouth Pacific.Railway tracks to street. Place of beginning. West of the -Jib Meridian. Pol ling place at Hall. FOR POLLING DIVISION XO. 5S. portion of the city of Letfobridge within th'j follow- ing boundaries: All the s'outh half of Seciion 7, Township 9, Range 21, which includes all Stafford Village, West of tire 4th Meridian. Polling place at Police station. by lii-si of ijc.vl year. clecHra, reiurns are to he ihroivt, on the screen at moving picture show In the opera house on UVather conditions here during Ihe pasr wrek havt hern ot so n tiMii- pprat'irt gcnrraliy to have ;i hack-! ward lendnicy on .standing gr; Mnrclanrt sen! in.air c'.vhihi.t .of this year's Red Fife and pink var- iety of pulHtuns. Owini; to thrcatcninp; wrather few is'cw Dayton people attended fair. The rain of Sunday soon dried ofl and a good crowd was tin tho grounds, Raymond brass hand sup- ripe for mllsiu fIur'nK {'lie afternoon, rc- evening train. FOR POLU-NG DIVISION' NO. .thrnueh rcconL adverse clr- portion of the j ciimslances, the virld in some local-! hE'" llp avcrilRCi city of Lei ing bi all S-action S, Township Range 21. West of the -1th Meridian. Polling place at Pool Hall. 1 fflir Warner', first, looked for fro.a .ur smilneni next year.. has form a splnndid one com- parcH with last year. Thf: Old 'J'inicrs1 Association I'inclier t'reefi has procured some very hanflsome medals I'or its memhers. Pincher Creek News A J'vs Pinchcr Creek, .Sept. man- igcr of the flour mill here has Uiki-n jvcr the management, oi the Macleod CONSERVATIVES CONTEST Ottawa, Sept. Conserva- if tires are contesting in the -courta the tlecivsion of the returning officer of Two Mountains declaring J. A. C. I-'h.'or, LJih-eral, elected by acclania- rieHvcrcfl (he sermon at Ihe Fishhiirn Metlindlrit church (in Sunday. Tim license commissioners have re- fused n license lo the pronoscri hotel !al. rjeavor c'rcpt. l" stnrlciit who has ht'Ml SPL'vices [or tiio few. mpn flour mill well and will conduct >oth enterprises conjointly. Owing to the increasing niimhcu of'1" ihc Baptist church, prcnchcs his ami other undesirable sermon on Sunday next, ictci's in the community recently, it iiis been lo increase the lolicc staft in town, rincher (.'reck las hccn rincifledly EorLunate of laic rom the fact 'that- no house-bteakinjr or burglary cases have been brought before our magistrates, but with the HeMieringlon and wife taken po advcni. 01 still more railway grading tinns at in ilir _neighborhood, extra prccau-j Mr. Dye's1 house, .north oi More- tions are being drcnied necessary. land's, is fast reaching complp ami will be finished aTtei hjiust Kvcryh'ofly 'is-wailing to thre n I Two wcclis will clean up tht entire district if dry weather tontirnrs I Thy rush a! the lioiel continues. Alh the rooms are full and morr room accommodation could he used. Day- ton presents a..hustling appearance. John Graham, who lias been em- ployed at Morrison's for .some "Human Hearts" will he plnccd on the boards at (he opera house Wcri- New Dayton News Xciv Day Inn, Hcpl. Mr. Leslie OPERATIONS AVOIDED By Lydia E. Vegetable Compound Belknver Que Without Lydia E PinKham s Vegetable Compound I would not be alive. For five months I had painful and ir-. rogtilir periods tnd intlainmation of the uterus, I suf- fered like a martyr and .thought often of death. I con- sulted two wlio could do nothing for me. I went to a hospital, and the best doc- tors ,1 must submit to tn opcr-, ation, because 1 had a tumor. I went back home much discouraged. One of my cousins advised rno to .take vour Compound, as it !-ad cured her, Hid t so and soon commenced to better, lime Satur.lav ,lighl Tor his home in --Scotin. j am cured. Your remedy is deserving 'i'lui snrviee.s in New Dayton.cluirch nf praise." Mrs. EMMA CHATKL, will, bcjiinninc next .Sunday, he held in morning n o'clock, instead of I'Venlng at Mr. Warren, contraelor of Wainei1, who has jusl liiiished a' new1 building [for the Canadian Bank of Cummrrt-e at Milk Rivrr, arrived in town on and will hegin operations I on hanir's Imiiding here. The! fstruuliire will be of wood and two j stories the upper flour to be used as living apart.nirnts for the bank elerk.s. A of McDonald, Mr.s. M. and Mr. Mci'Mlloth nnil Mr. Tail sang ;il thr chnrth Sun- day night. Other selections are in Valleyficld, r-elleriver. Quebec. Annther Operation Avoided. run a scwinjr machine in a large factory and got all run down, 1 had to give up work for I could notntnnd the 'pains in my back. The doctor said I needed an oiinration for womb trouble but K. Pink- ham'a Vegetable Compotind did mors for me than the doctors did. I gained five pounds. 1 hope that every- one who is suffering from Irnublu, ncrvousiK-DR and backache will take the Compound. I owe my thanks tn Mrs. J'inkham. She is the working girl's friend for health, and ail women .who Piifr'er should writs to her and (alee her Tn.UB St., rouglikeepBie.N.Y.. Thirty vcsira of unparalleled success powrr of l.ydiaE. Pink- hum's VcRetwbto Compound tv fcmaJc! cl ;