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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TO AH. Hotel Windsor 4 tl.28 I Day HoUf The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHIN IN LITHiRIOOt Tlie Dalian IlwUri thit or in the t'itv i-u j Diamond City Tuesday, viewing i j crop siiuution and looking after B. of as a business v yesterday. j T. Hall, ni this city, left the IIP-! siniiini: in' i he week for a few days' j btisiues.s in Calgary. There was Ho se.ssion of police cour i this t.hc cells being I free of victims. O. Robinson, city secretary- treasurer, is taking a few days' holi- day ai present. A Liberal smoker will be held at Rcding's Hall tonight, at 8.30 o'clock. 0. W. Green, local manager of the Kllison made a business trip 10 j the company's elmalors there, j R. M. I'onderga.st. of Great Falls, j left today for Edmonton, where he, has landed interests. Mr, 1'endcr.uist spent yesterday in this city, j E. A. Cunningham has purchased a I new Overland touring car oi r.hir-v I horse-power from Ihe Western Company. I M. Fulford from Dubnqiic, lo-.v.i, j is snendiun a few days in the cny j and vicinity with a view to in this district in the near future. -I. Thompson's uansier outfit will j soon lake up permanent headquarters j the office recent l.v vacated by the Transfer (_'6. j F. Rusl, an Kngli.sh financier, is! I he city looking over city proper- 1y -vitli a view io investing on behalf j ish capitalists. Mr. Ilust came} io Leihbridge on the representations! of U. made while the latter was'' in xliL- Old Country some time i He favorably impressed and ex-( pects again next year. J The machine and implement ware-1 I houses in the warehouse district re-' port ;1 continued keen demand for ma- chinery, twine iind repairs. Then ARE YOU FROM MISSOURI If so, you will take pleas- ure in "seeing" our slock. (M's some el-ass. Our service the besl. Sonuuethlng new all the time- See this new line ot CH.TXA Visit us today. SEt' OUR WINDOWS K1RKHAM BROS Phone 556 For Cliiiul't'eurs, Threshers. Teniiisters. Coal, ifaiullers, Engineers, Masons, Bricli-iiiyers, Carpenters or for1 tlios'e engaged in any occupation .where it is neces- sary io protect the' eyes from dust ol" We advise you tb_ eijl and examine our stock ot AUTOjGOGGLES AND DUST GLASSES We have them from 25c to S3 The eXd Store ROORBACH IS DENIED BY WHYTE Calgary Herald Caught in Deliberate Attempt to i Mislead Calgary. Sept. night's Herald published a despatch from j Hinnipci; a "prominent C.I'. K. official." name not given, as say- ing that if reciprocity passed the C. P. R. would nol build the proposed rarshops in Alherta. The Alliqrtaii wired Wilharn Whyte, vice-president! of the I'.I'.K.. last night as "Calgary Herald tonight quotes! prominent C.P.R. official, name not! given, who says C.I'.R. has if reciprocity passes. no ear shops j will bi! built by C.I'.R. in Alberta, j Is it irue Tile following reply was received Albertan, Calgary Your wire received. You j may quote this telegram, as an un-i qiiaiirir.il denial of any statement to I (lie effect that the C.P.R. will not! locate its proposed new shops in Al- berta if reciprocity passed. W. Whyie." Thus is officially nailed a despicable roorbach, manufactured out of whole cloth. Getting ready for winter Household Needs Dainty China and luiniiictilatc Linens liotli aro unit maKe choosing easy, and at prices (hat will loosen tlie: purse strings of Ihu. thrifty House-wife who takes prklc In tile daintiness of her table! To interest the women who wish to replace some broken ohlim wll.ho.ut buying the full set, wo, aro offering a special discouut oil Berorul dainty sols. Limoges Sets In Plain gold band and rose patterns. Reg. IfiO.OO for let Majestic G. L. Ware PINK'HOSE. j Cups and a a dozen 1 p dozen LINENS .Celebrated Maisli Comforter from" SC''S' tmiiern-' "ncl "ricM Gunrnutccd pure; warmth without height; floral' '.ilk and muslin. Prices CRIB COMFORTERS .V KM The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. Family -and Dispensing Night and Day Telephone Na S22 Night Boll on Front Door TO ANNOUNCE THE ELECTION RETURNS The Heralrl lias completed arraiige- usnts lo affnnl the public every fa- :ility in gelling the election results 11 tlie shortest possible time. It lias a special wire installed in the Canada will come direct to it. Us office and tlie bulletins from all over special correspondents all over the Medicine Mat constituency will rush the- local returns. Arrangements have been made with) I A. liaiion-Canning, of the British j 'Mother Church, First Church of i "T on ...'windows oy means of slides and BUSINESS LOCALS Hayr BO.HS Now 3rd Avenue South Ctch Proi. Tierman S. Henng, member f. p .and Colonial Photoeraphic ui the Board 01 Lectureship of the I Try ROCHON'S for a nice DAINTY LITTLE LUNCH 2Sc 3Sc 4Oc 5Oc .oe r, ur o also a scarcity of obtainable lahor' Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass, will mcans of sMcs about some of the machine sheds.' delivc, a Icclure on "Christian Hci-l, Cil" seen shipnirnts oi wagons arc bc-ing'ence" tlu' Y. M. C. A. auditorium unlnaileil. anrf ;t lo tllat tlmc bulletins will additional day help is Friday cn-ning. Scpl. 22, at S.M hard McMahon A- Quinn yes Everyone cordially invited. Lecture tenku received another carload oi Xo collect ion. 33ti-3 I WHIP, that sold before it reach-! Cail COO, llie Lcthbridge MeSMngtr ed tin; city. Separators arc forming ;'crvicc for quick message and big- a larjre part in the sales, as well as fiaje delivery- Office 327 Round St. Hrain boxes for the hauling of the harvest returns. i H. E. Browning, expert piano tun- There ihrtl yesterday in ihc cily ing, with Jlason Risch Piano Co., Fiie. aged thirty years. Mr. phone 791. Fife is only a IIPU-COIIHT to the cily, Hcckr; and have opened a and suddenly, the authorities i wood yard in connection with their have been unable lo locate bis rela-) lumber business. They have' several tinns. Deceased stated he had rela-icars of dry wood on the track. This ns somewhere in Canada, hut he wood is cut and ready for the stove, did not know of their whereabouts, j can deliver it to you lor a Am one knowing of the location of j load. It is going fast. Phone 1384 relatives o? Ihc deceased man u ill j and we will give you prompt de- coni'.'i a favor if Uiry kindly notify i livery. J31-0 T S. I'Vilcrlv (bis city al once, I'rof. Herman S. llering. .member i ;he liodi is'being held al Fetter-' "f the Hoard oi Lectureship, oi the s I'niierhilJng I'urlors. until fur-i Mother Chiircb, First Church oi ther ivord is received. [Chris! Scientist, Hoston, Mass.. will .SiHierintendent A. Reid, ibe cily i deliver a lecliirc on ".Christian Hci- liower plant, slates Ibol Ihe plans cnci-'1 in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium, and sppciilnitiniis for the addition to Fridav Kept. 22, at 8.30. Ihe plant are ready lo go out. They Kvervone cordially invited. Lecture will he sen' lo all the large eleelri- jfrci1. collection. cal maiiilLTCIurers of ibe world about i net. 1. Mr. Reid is luving largTspc- j CITY AND D1STKICT cia! envelopes printed for the specili- j lie announced as received. Moreover, the Herald has. printed a I large niiinher of election score cards giving the results of the elections in and leaving spaces ior the en- try of the 1911 both for the consti- tuencies all over Canada and ior llie different, subdivisions of the'Medicine Hal, constituency. The Herald invites public lake iull advantage of the facilities thus afforded. t QUAKER BREAD You will remember the quality when you have forgotten the price Phone 1027 GILMORE A. Little, formerly of tills city, IMS returned after an extended trip nl Ilircc months 10 his former ho'nc in Kcollnncl. Mr hclicve.i that Southern Alncrla is the placr for him. P. O. BOX 370 324 SIXTH ST. S. PHONE 681 Major L. M. llornliy rcl.urncd yes- terday from his extended trip to cations, and on Ilicse envelopes will lie lilile adverlisiun for I.clhliridi'c. 'I'hcy will hear the inscription, "LulliliridRc. din eily of Soiilhern Mrs. H. Andersen, a herla. Wrili; Hoaril of Trade.'' As j lady of Hillings, Monlana, led lor these panels will lie sent to nil pans Ilier. Iminv this mor'niiiR after ling oi Kurope il will mean some fine ail- (.several in Houtliwu Ailuria in verllsing (or the city. Jquest o( land. ELECTION SCORE CARDS PRINTED 1910 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH The Herald has score cards containing ttna names of the different constit- iicncles in all the provinces, the way they went In and f the majorities, with apaces to insert the results on Thurs- (lay. It also contains a list of the' [wiling sllh-diviftlons in Ihfg' constituency, with col- inniiB lo in-.vert the Uhern! and i Conrervntlve vote polled. They cnn .be at. the Herald office for five cents each. Housekeepers' Favorites Clcaniiig and DccoraHiija; rSpccjalties That You know, and That we van recommend. LIQUID VENEER AND VEMIIRITE, FOR FURNITURE AND WOODWORK. FLATTINE FLOOR FINISH, AND LACQUERET FOR FINISHING) FLOORS. WAXOIL FOR FLOOR POLISH. ALABASTINE FOR WALLS The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER STH AND 4TH AVE., I.ETHiRIDOi. ;