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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta D�t� Stock of Millinery Is being displayed next door to the Electric Light Office W. H. SCOTT, Proprietor L. A. Scott, Makager Come and See The largest nud best bunch of one, two and three year old--- Clyde and Shire - - Stallions Ever imported to Western Alberta. I sell them right and guarantee them right in every particular.-- J. R. HINSHAW LOCK BOX 223 High River, - Albert* Barnes & Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS Oftke�S*coae Floor Soathard Block Poat Oftioe Box 3 Telephone No. 122 TRY AN r Electric Massage | Or Shampoo AT THE Hotel Lethbridge Barber Shop Most Up-to-date in town U. PBIEST PROPRIETOR T. E. Patteson List Pound Lots 18 and 19, block 13. Street 910.000 each. Two lota, block 15, Duff addition. 35 by 144 feet, $100 each. Lots 20, 21 and 22, facing Roil -gor* St.. Hlvor View addition $17,"> each. Nino lots. Round St. extension, block A. 175 each. Three lots on Itedpath near Smith f400 each Miss Tiffin Is visiting ni i'lmii:. P. 12. Brewer Is away on �. holiday trip to Frank. Dr. \V. S. CIi\)l.�-nlth md \. ife "'!' bo lloliio on Hul urdny. tlorn. At North Hntlleford, tlil u bull \ >st Friday evening. It was n most in Joynhlo uffnir ami was well r.I u,l. \\. Homy Irvine gene.-il :i�j..ni. thu Mutual I/ifu Assur.i i-j. Co. j>i Canada, was in town a kv Cuy* this week. tlev. J. 0. Shearer wib a tlivss � mass meeting of childr.Mi ut, tluvo o'clock tin Sunday �:iuue>r. in Wesley Church. Dev. J. K. Hughson will preach in Wesley Church on Sunday owning. Subject, "What it Means to Become a Christian." A. M. Nnnton, managing director of the A.U. & I. Co. spent yvst >r -day In the citj.. While novo he vis -iled the mines. Mr. Morrison, lute manager of the Balmoral hotel, will open a res -tauraut in the old American ,-n-tauvnnt building. "Hooligan's Troubles" appear ut OIDor's Hall, u week from tomorrow night. It is given credit by IV press of being an A 1 show. Ooo. Hyssop, who was so Imd'y injured last week, is reported to be improving. His father AIhj llyss>p. returned to the city yesterday. A mooting of the executive of tie Young Men's Chili was held on Tuesday evening and it was decided to open the club early in October. A meeting of the Presbytery of Macleod was held here this week. Homo missions was under discussion and there was a good nttemlunre of ministers and students. Win. Mimas of Toronto, who is .it-tending the Manufacturer's convent -ion at Winnipeg, is expected ws left out of the Herald simply be -cause the staff failed to hear of them. None of the Herald boys are mind renders and for that reason there are muttere that !�:* Ions to a minimum the people who are interested have only to let the ofnee know the news and then it will l>o printed. The Herald wants the news because it makes it a point to print the news. You run no risk of Injuring your eyes, the most delicate organs of ih.' human system, when you consult M. Mncklonhurg. M. A.. the c-lo bmtetl oculist optician of �"'.�!-gary. who has hud seviu.in years' experience In the science of j optics and the art of fitting glasses Xo guess work, no mistakes, ever., examination is made with urtifK-'.J ISght. the only proper, safe and nnwl method. Will lie at the lethbridge Hotel from Oct. 8 in tlth. and nt Cannon Hotel Curds- Choice Farm Lands, Improved Prairie. Town Lots and Splendid Selections near Tabor and Stirling SPECIALS THIS WEEK 5000 acres in 31 ilk It Ivor District, LID ncrps plowed, all fenced, i slrnml wire. House, granary. 'loQO bushels, 2 stithies. cattle shed, corral, etc.....................................................................................$S.OO |:er ncr Section 11, township J, range -I, one-ipiarter mile from Kaley station, a snap...............................$12 per acre AGENT FOR W. Bill's Woolen Warehouse, London, Eng. IMPORTERS OF IRISH AND SCOTCH TWEEDS, CHEVIOTS, IRISH FLANNELS, LADIES'� COSTl'SIE CLOTH, RlTiS. CAPS, ETC. FRIEZES Menzies & Co., Toronto IMPORTERS OF STATIONERS* Sl'PPLTES, LYON-S INKS, CHRISTMAS CARDS PRIVATE GREETING CARDS, ETC ORDERS TAKEN FOR lMCTl'RE POST CARDS, PLAIN OR COLORED. FROM CUSTOMER'S OWN NEGATIVES. a select recitation at the Children's service ut Wesley Church on Sunday ! tv|mf,|n morning. Mr. (Srahnui is to np|iear in the city in a lew wii>ks in company wilh Harold .larvis. the fain - j ton f,.om qc, -, ,, gt|, I ous tenor. I i ....... At ineoting of the "'\eius'.ve of the i Mrs. C. U. Howard, wifu of �. H. '.,,,,, ...... . . , � A. U. & I. library last week. it Howard, district registrar of Car- , , , . ,, , was deckle*I to petition the Alberta ... ii i i, .i^.... ....man. Manitobn, reached 'lalier on ' , . nou*o and lot adjoining above on , v ,,aughl easily reached by the new steamboat and will tie a fine summer resort for iiit; rimes A drunken conductor and brake  man delayed a C.I'.H. stock , trae; for nearly three hours one night last j week. Tho men were told not to go out, but while a new crew was being looked up. tho train s'arted and got to Tulier liefore lieing utopped. It is understood an investigation was held this week and the men w'.ll be dismissed. .1. A. Silver drove his team up to tho trough at the Dallas the other day. A wagon loaded with intoxi cants was in his way, and ��".'� '. i-assistance of a young l'ivsb.\ ler ,n student. Mr. Henderson, he .lUcuujj* [(Od to move it out of the v iy i'l.-rig upset anil the boo/.e vent .� it on the road but did not ijuw t'i-barrols or bottles. Jlov. Dr. Moore, formerly (uistor of Hank St. Presbyterian church. Ottawa, is to address a meeting at Oliver's hall next W'ednei. I iy tuning' in tho Interests of the anti-Tuborculosls 1-enguo � t which li� i>s Dominion Socrotary. Dr. Mooro was at otw tinw Moderator of tho Presbyterian CJeneral Assembly, Dr. Clendonun provincial meili.'.il l.-.altli oUlcer, will also speak. Tho only reply tho City Solicitor has received from II. Sherm in since ho communicated with him .m Sept. 5, Is the follov ing under date of Sept. 15: "your letter dated Sept. 5has just been haiwlod to me at Pernio. In reply, I beg to state thati the. subject matter contained therein is under legal atlvisoment, und should wo need your services as prosocutor, wo shall bo glad to uc-copt tho odor of your city." MANUFACTURED IN WATSESSISG, NEW JERSEY-PLIABLE. LIGHT AND THOROLY CORRECT. SOFT uion stock and 81.500,000 in preferred. In the transaction it is staled that tho Sovereign llankiu.ud the interests for which Mr. Stew.Mt was working must have been made t ia-.li prnTu of almost four hundred thousand and in addition they sec -ure a proportion of stock in tho new company. The liit;li prices that the tw-o syndicates wer,? id I ling to pay for the stock �>( tho Penman company Indicate the possibilities they consid 'r nre befcie tho woollen trade in C.i'i ada. l'.asily l.'nderstood That Woollen Mills are flood Investm -nts Montreal. Sept. 7.-l-'nun a capitalisation of $700, t, oae of four millions is the remarkable outcome of two deals resulting in I lie two transfers of the ounersh p  i the Penman manufacturing ci.mpaii.v of Paris, the linanclnl ih-lails o which were nnnouiirisl today. It '.i-seldom that any financial coup ir Toronto or Montreal fimnnrinl cir cles has attracted so much uttent ion as that by which Mr. Dum.ie M. Stewart, general manager of th (Sovereign Dank of r'nnnila. gradual ly picked up the controlling intep'st in the Peunmii company und after -wards disposed of it to Messrs D. Vuil. K. .1. Dlack and (V II. Cordon iof Montreal. When Mr. Stewart started out to get control of the I'emnan concern it had a capital of about $700,000, on which dividends at the rate of eight per cent were being paid. Owing to previous efforts by persons connected with the Dank of Montreal to get hold of th stock a number of the holders held towns in Canucla en route to China, syndicate of (iermnn and Uritidi Among the places where they will capitalists he wus acting for. it was slop are Port Arthur, Winnipeg, found that an average price of �iitt) Calgary. U'thbridge, IJlmoiiton and and $a.'>0 had been paid for each V ancouver. This is tho sixth tour share of the Penman company stock, this organization has made of die tho par value of which vus $100. fn Hellish Kiupiro under Kdvard Dran-thls way it cost Mr. Ktewart and sromlie's' direction. They havo his associates $2,500,000 to put travelled over 100.000 miles and the deal through. At that time this ! sung in nenrly every civilized cpiar -out for a very high figure. and when iter of the empire. With tho party is Mr. Stewart was ablo to advise the 1 Alenidulo Dennett, the Kngllsh corn-syndicate intended to operate thi I poser Wesley church has secured the plant but shortly after they were choir for October 24. approached by Mossrs. Vuil, lilac LOST OK STP.AYKD. WP.STMISSTKH ADIIKV ClIOlH lleach Canada Kn Itoutn to the Orient-Will Sing in I.othbrWge. Quebec, Sept. 14.-On the Kmptvss of Itritttin, whicV. Inndetl her jmsseu-gers hi iv today are the mend ers of the Westminster Abley choir, glee and concert party who ure to visit some of the principal cities and Lost, strayed or stolen on "Sept 1st from a farm ! J miles N. luist of Lethbridge, a light bay cayuse, with white spot on forehead and white on hind l?gs. linuided OH mi, left fore shoulder and lav.y H on right hip, weighs about -750 lbs Waen last seen had a halter on. Finder will receive reward by com  inunicaUng with C. it. .Macgillis. point. S23.00 UFAVAltP. Lost - Bay horse, branded V!l (monogram) left hip.-J. E. HOW -SON, Medicino Hut. STItA YKD. Onto my premises. One buckskin mare with harness on. Owner may havo same by proving property and paying expenses. 11. LINK. Twelve Mile Coulee. WANTED. A good general servant. Mrs. CJeo. MacICoy. Apply POD SALK. Storey und a half frame .house, below brewery. Thos. Dernier. 1m. m This Proves that Corrugation Gives One-Third More Heating Surface A string laid close over a corrugated surface covers a dis-tr.nco on8 third greater than when stretched over the same surface flat. The Happy Thought Range has a corrugated oven-lining, exclusively its own patent, and the above simple experi-m:nt proves that such corrugation gives one third more heating surface to the oven. That's one reason why the Happy Thought Range t'oes its work one third more thoroughly, one third more quickly, and with one third less fuel expense than any other stove. EVvry Hippy Thought burns coal or wood. Ask yqur detlrr or write dirrct to ut lor a copy of our illustrated catalpgue-free. G/>. WM. BUCK STOVG CO., Limited Brentford Montreal Winnipeg FOR SALE BY G. L. VROOMAN LETHBRIDGE ALT A. ami Gordon of Montreal, with an offer to buy tho ontiro plunt of I he company. Tho doal has boon put through and tho capital of tho new company will bo $4,000,000 of which it is Intendol that $2,500,000 should bo lit com- CAN APIAN SENATOR GUILTY. Halifax, N.S.. Sept. 19.- Senator John Lovott, president of tlto defunct bank of Yarmouth was fo.tnd guilty of a charge of making iit