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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta y, September 20. 'I UK a; DAILY Flaky Home Baked Jiscuits Delicious Cake Healthful Food made with DR PRICES CREAM BakingPowder The pro duct of Grapes EDITED BY Office Phone 1224. Residence Phone 774. K. F. Liiylou has returned from ;1 vacation spent in Toronto and Culiiiiguoiid, Mr. J. Sehl leaves tomorrow for Winnipeg, where he will spend a couple" of weeks. Mr. 'A. W. Ilink, who has been abroad foi the summer, is expected 'Oie first week ID October. Mrs. F. H. Ag'it'w and daughter, Koriiemlle Agnew, returned last night from an extended visit nt Min-! ncajjulis, Lake Miniietouku, Chicago nirl Great I-'alls. Mrs. James Peat, of l.ethbridge, 'who has been. spt'iiiiing the holidays at Kiultl, B. C., n guest of friends -in the'-city yesterday, on her return Herald. Miss Edna Gallagher, of Kcrnie, i.s the gues'i of her aunt, Mrs. Ed. Ko- dcr, Fifteenth St., N., Miss Gallagher' will mnain in the city foe three months. Mr. Kichol, who is at tho Gait- Hospital with typhoid fcrcr, is continuing to improve and will soon be able to leave ilu; hosinlal. Master -lack Stevenson gave a de- lightful birthday party yesterday af- ternoon, when be entertained a num- ber of his little friends. Games of various kinds were much enjoyed by the children. Miss Edith .Jones' young ladies' ev- ening class in physical culture will AT EXCEPTIONAL PRICES 17 ItnciitJing puns, enamelled, ea. 21 heading pans, enamelled, ea. I-I ijt. enamelled dish pans, nn.......60c 17 long JISMK illi Hoofs and Shops ,is lo heroine Lhe quality oi hicli is so Axel! ,nid appiPLKitrd that it is hcips Mipei lluons to say anything further in this dnei lion e like iu out a ncv. models and leatuies that been pjowned foi the piesent season M Om FallSl-oikis now icplete ilh Boots and Shoos ol snitiihle siihstamc for Fall and WmtPi ol sound, solid cousli urtioii thai and. romloiInhie Jio niatlci the be. Men's Tnn JtiMton Slip sole.'e.uitahle for 'the Full, a nifty shoe for smart men 9D Men's Tiin VHcnr Hlnclicr Ftaliuocal Sliii sole, aviator tou; H smart shoe for the mmi CA of particular 9vBVV Men's Tan .Storm Blnchci1 lialinorals Smart, full toe, hest Bolicl eolcs; a good Hound hoot for a elprocily will not benefit the cattle- her opened 97 1-4, closed :ia i-e; .May menV ojioned ,102, .closed 103. ber opened 42 closed 12 S-S; De- cember opened 40 closed 41 1-8; ay. opened 1-4, closed 44 3-4. Klax opened 225, closed 224. WINNIPEG .Northern' Chatham, B.. Sept. Northern'09, 3 'Northern 4 92 580 1-4, No., (i SO, FeedTI. l.froi 'K SMALLPOX IS SERIOUS IN N6GKAC. N. B. AT STARLAND For loclny Sturland manasement IU Miurcd another great program I for the enjoyment of tlreir numerous j patrons, who' are always certain of seeing only the ibast In motion nic- lures. Thev outbreak of smallpox Is reported Nu'gknc and that vicinity, tlwi-o .Vo. 'I 'Gfi; Rejected j beinc. forty eases at pres-ant. The 0. W. 12 1-2, I whole trouble is due again to lack of spare procuring lire latest o expense and mr.-H -N. W. 242. -Amerlcin Whiit- .opened closed Decismlwr open- ed 103 1-4; opened closed 107 5-8. or.onod 'H 92 1-8; December opened 9S S-S, closed n 8-Srclnsc'd )0i to-date photo-plays. On today's pro- gram will he a thrilling Western story, entitled "A Forest harmony among Hie mum-here of the [a mlrlh provoking comedy, ".A Double county .hoard of Irenltli. The chair- i and a. piow'erful rtrania man" of the hoard has' found it Im- entitled "Divorce." .A lot. of fun Is Upssihle lo got inoniiy to pay the j promised SUr'lund pMroira today mid Knards. arid as a result he hag hcen j other filrns'will he presented- which liiiinpcivd that have j are to make you forget been a farce and luc disease has I your troubles, an hour's enforlaln- Hay opened 101 In all (lirecliona. lie has re-j merit teaming- with pleasure tirnl on- jtilgneil his hard wear Men's Pateiil Blwher Halmorals Tliis is tlie shoe for the dressy man; of .unequalled Hiiiftrineas, yet perfectly comfortiilile Men's Dull Box Call Itlnchrr Halinorals Tills shoe SB ti marvel fo wear, and one we a penally recom- mend for the smart IniBfness man; it fills the hill completely. Thf price is exceptionally tow. for such n sound CO 'CA article... 9D.OU Velciir JFoxeil Hhirhcr Hnlniorals The smart man's Bhoe: H real classy shoe for it C Cfl smart No matter what size or shape tlie foot, we can fit It perfectly from nnr wide range of and fittings.. _ Comfott, Style, Durability Hudson's Bay Co. ;