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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THt LETHBRIDGE DAljLY HERALD. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1909. 'A 4 4 H V Get Ready For Fall You'll Find 0s Beady at Any Time to do you a Lot of G-ood For Your Clothes Money THIS 18 THE VALUE GIVING STORE OF LETHBRIDCE FOR MEN; THE PLACE WHERE THE MONEY YOU SPEND REPRESENTS MORE GOOD RESULTS TO YOU THAN ANY OTHER. Values at and We'rs demonstrating values and suits. They're specially made by Fit-Reform They show you hpw good it is make sell at AH 'the smartest colors and weaves, the swell styles. They're as they look .and better than, they cost- You may-prefer better quality garments, finest qiiality in everything. We've got clothes of that kind-too. More elsewhere., A big- stock of the finest ;iha'de to We care a good deal-about -thetrade; of vthe man. WKo wants something to some unusual' values for him in blue and 'black Values in Overctiats Ken's 50 inch Hack and brown beaver cloth Regular price Our price 'V Men's h'eavy Tweed Ulster Overcoats, Persian Prices Men's; 48 inch beaver cloth Prices to Heavy. Tweed Overcoats. Big'values at and FURS _ FCJRS E'accoon Coats, 'hea-vily furred, shawl or knotca collars; good values at and "Men'sTur Lined Coats, made -with Eat Marmot linings; Persian Lamb. Otter and German Otter Collars. Prices to 1 Black Bear Overcoats. Prices to UNDERWEAR Men's heavy all wool Uibbed Under- wear. Price suit. Stanfleld's heavy Ribbed all wool un- derwear. Bed Label. Price per suit. Wool Fleece Un- derwear. Price suit. -Heavy wool Sox in grey. for All wool black cashmere Sox. Price 25c, 35c and 50c Men's heavy Caps for Winter. Prices 50c, 75c, and Men's Duck, Sheep-lined Coats. Sheep.collars.- Special and Big values in Negligee Shirts, 75c. The Home of the Ceo. A. Slater Shoe. Prices and Other makes in- Fine Shoes to SPECIALISTS IN GOOD CLOTHES AND FURNISHINGS FOR MEN AND NOTHING ELSE McKelvie McGuire PAOI FIV PLENTY OF CARS TO CARRY GRAIN By the C. P. R. Travelling Freight Agent M C. E. Morse, the C. P. (R. travell- ing freight agent, is viewing the crop ctindaYiQti in tliis district ,'and i-e- marked in a talk with the Herald that the shipping was just about to commence in any large" quantities. Already, however, fifty-six cars :had been shipped from Coaldale and be- tween twenty and thirty cars from Taber. Locally ab'Jut twelve thou- txnd bushels -have, been shipped. The farmers in this district, Mr. stated, are mostly shipping direct from 'the threshing machines to tlie cars, the grain being handled by commission merchants at Winni- peg and stored at Fort William. Mr. Morse remarked that there will be no difficulty in the matter of se- curing plenty of cars for the entire crop of the province. The grain 'has already commenced to come down from the north country. He remarked that the wheat crop -on the. Wetaskiwin branch was partic- ularly good. Not much barley has been offered for sliipment vet in any locality. Mr. Morse will leave next week for the north to. look over the movement of the crop in those, districts. ALL OVER TEE WORLD thousands of housewives use Sunlight Soap in pref- erence to any other, because it cleanses the clothes more thoroughly, and at half the cost without Injury to hands or fabric. Follow directions. Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing for Bath or Toilet in hot weather. For washing underclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses and purifies. Lethbridge Impressed Newspaper Man Most (Concluded from Page.) (business proposition and not for po- I litical purposes. j Future for Lefchbridge j Returning to the eubject of Leth- bridge, Mr. Nichol said that on this trip -he had travelled all over British j Columbia and Alberta as far east as i Lethbridge and saw a number of j thriving1 towns and cities. he continued, "Lethbrklge has im- me more than any other place j I have seen on the trip. The .1 is mrjarkable. And they tell me-that I thi! growth has practically all teen. in j th-j Jast two or three years." Upon London; Sept. assured that this was the case, iment has been aroused here by continued. "Lethbridge is 8. better licatibn of the following advertise- j city now than Calgary was when I ment from the Toronto Mail and Ein-j'vuit through it first on my way to NEW FALL COATS For the Children in Bear Fur and Corduroy Also a Very Prettv Display of Bear Fur Carriage Pockets and J. McLeay Redpatli Street 4 M MMM Canadian Route Is the Best pire of "September 3: the Coast. It ought to te a great _ WANTED At once, honest re- I manufacturing centre as well as a i liable man, able to do all kinds j wheat centre. There is an abundance Englishman cheap fuel_ Practically all Qf tne dcnestic coal of the prairies wiU be of farm work. _._ __0_ need apply. Add. Meanwhile Dr. Gray Warden Brad- field College, who Has returned from j Canada is arranging-to take out. next Easter the first batch of trained pub- He school youths to begin -settlement, of 1928 acres of ranch land near Gal- gary, which he has just public school boy settlements He contemplated, the..formation visory committees, in various adian centres, also one year's train-1 ing Canadian agricultural -colleges j this immediate vicinity. which will bring b'ig means more advertising and that nieana Will Continue British Columbia and provides for those proved unsuit- W Columbia able; farming. he inv replyfto; tite query. j "tt- is prosperous all .over.' is "AFTER SOME YEARS St. Catharines, Orit., Sept. den came in''aLstrange mariner ;t to Mrs.. Theodore Waefc> yester- prosperous all .over. iinpfecedeiited prosperity all overC Ca na.Ju.' This_year. is, the .moat Pros- day.- Some 'years' ago poison- ed by eating toad stools in .-mistake for mushrooms..- When" taken' 'ilFthis time, effects ..of the poisoning; caine back and terminated was 52 years of.kage.. She Mr. Dalton, a well known resident of Port Arthur.' 'died while hunting- at The Pas, Sir Robert Perics, 'tie tractor, has decided to do a general contracting Canada, WELCOMED DR. dOOK TO DEN- over, sudh trans- continental traffic -as there is 'this see why it 'foill not. keep up. I expect five or ten P.' unexampled prosperity and can't sec why it should fail. I can't seo ho NorUi-'West can b'e verv- prosperous with the great-railway, the indus- and the marvellous the land. It is impossible t'b be anything- else 'but prcsiierous." Looking- over the square, Mr. Nicholls- made a- remark upon the wis dom; of having-plenty of park area and.-, when.- told of the plans of the i city in this direction he said that I Lefchbridge was very wise in making- London, Sept. H. Smith, vice president: of the: New York Cent- ral Railway, has arrivedvin' London from Paris on hie way home. .Smith '.'leaores-4 onvihe' Empress -.-ot: Ire- land-for Montreal-going- direct; to New York from there.. go. by- way of- :he was.askedi, "There is no other way to eaid Mr. can't -gei a decent stateroom in any' other wajrv I-will onlyvbe a day or two later arid; as comfortable a trip.- as.ifrl went-on the finest liner to York." "i. In conversation ..the other day Mr. Sniith broached the interesting sub- ,ject of a first class steamship service to 'Bostorr from .Liverpool, He point- ed out thai the distance was than ;irom New York, and that the facilities for docks and landing atager were'all; but perfect Boston, fa "much more oonTen- lent, .point from the west than even A person coming through, from Chicago to London could just as easily embark at Boston and save a great deal of time on the through providing-a. class, steamer Pincher Creek Fair Not ffell Attended: {Continued from Front Page J chairman, and after, the toast King" had 'been responded to in the' fonrerly occupied by Mr; to Brown's moving pictures houses at the opera house on Friday and Saturday last. A vaudeville held uhe boards Tues- iday 'and "Wednesday night. The en- tire change of programme promised old time loyal way by the company or tne [second night did not take tihe National' Anthem, 'the a feeling of disappomt- lowing toasts were also proposed and Iment Jt on the responded to by the gentlemen whose'jpart of some in the audience. em-h iO oy tne gentlemen, wnose such.-..provision at this stage of its A b names are coupled with "The A 'gro-n-th as it is a very harathing- for j large cities .to .get park areas. toy Messrs. Kettles, SchofieLd. and Tucker; District" !Iivcrod the capable sennon on "What "Church to offer men" was de-; --rrncaer ureeK District couver had mistake and was bv Dr Warnockf Mp p V Sundtt-v l Jacking in parks toda. lacking in parks today" Believes -in Street Railway i When told that a plan was aloot to build an e.ectric railway to Royal 1 View, Sir. Nicholls was quite enthus- i iastic aver it. He said that the (stallation of a street ra Iway I running out to the mining to'.vns 1 that will spring up around the city would bfc a splendid thing for the ray. of M.P.: "Army and Na- G-. N. Gould and Dr. Wright: ''The team that won the chanapion- ship for Pincher by Messrs. Melvain, Gunn. and Bolster- "Polo in Southern by Messrs. Gor- don, Cooper, Robertson and Athletic by.______ Dr. Gillespie, Dr. Wright, Messrs. Or- i nicnt in the evening, mond, Moore, Koss. Clarkson, and! Church on g by Rev T. M. Mur- .n. The pastor, Rev. W. W. Aitcheson had exchanged pi-ts with. Mr. Murray for day. The ladies of St. John's Guild are making arrangements to hold their annual sale of work On Thanksgiving Day. Oct. 25th. the sale to take place and an entertain- city, "There is-no better fcorler for Stewart: "The Firo by! jthe trade of a city than radio! Tucker; "The Ladies" by Messrs. he said, "and your merchants iLayton and Baird. Songs from Mes- Races at the Fair The races in connection with, the Pincher Creek Fair were pretty well should heartily support any effort to'srs. Orchard, Gutter {xnd Thomson j atteaded on, the whole, considering tret them going here." interspersed the numerous speeches'the busy of tjie >mr ia Mr. Nichol went to Calgary via i given in response to the toasts countrj- parts of the district. At Medicine Hat yesterday afternoon ana I A movement is on foot amon. tie was lack enttaii. will ioin the rvthcr if fha' i j iasm and merriment over the difler- join the other members of the loycrs supporters of athletic and Af c. ._ party there. ice sports in town to have a covered erected in town, and to that end FALLa _ood lime to paint: If your buildings show the need of paint, have them painted Fall. The Fall is just as good a time to paint as the fact if there are worn spots on your house or barn it is not wise to leave them exposed to the rain and damp that will strike them during the coming win- ter. S.W.P. will give the best protection to your buildings and last so long that it is the most eco- nomical paint you can buy. Ask your dealer for SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS AND VARNISHES Made in Canada rlontrolJorontaWinnii j'ent tests of speed, all the while con- skferable betting being in progress.' Following are the names of the Sabbath Observance j T. A. Moore, of Toronto, gen- eral secretary the Day Al- liance of Canada, addressed a meet- ing in the St. John's Church on lion day evening, dealing with the bene- j fits accruing to the laboring man from the enforcement of the Lord's j Bay Act as a Rest Day. Mr. Moore is on. his way to Nova Scotia to deal with of their owners. i Half-mile -dash: Cully, T. Heap; Li- ly. H. Knight; Gipsy, T. Wilson; 'kee, G. D. Plunkett; Birdie, H. Jeo- kins. Cnlly 1st. Gipsy 2nd. Three-quarter rr.ile dash: Avaada, X. W. Ethior: Greasy Pete, W. T. rly; Uoncss, S. Lewis. Lioness 1st. Greasy Pete 2nd. Half ,tiile -dash: Vnn M. T7. Iaw in x. w. noction with the stool strike, railways, he says, arc giving their as- sistance tc a compliance with law employees. A and discussion 01' tho act was- given by the general secretary to a large and interested audience. Dr. Warnock, M.P.P., moved a vote of thanks to tho speaker. Mrs. who has started rt. millinery establishment in the Hcw- itson block, had her opening today. Jackson Bros., tho hardware men, have added the premises next door. ...Lionoss prize winner. Tfalf-milo Carriage Team Trot: H. Christie. A. W. Robbins. J. Goodreau F. Pelletier. Robbins 1st. Pelletier 2nd. i Half-mile Single Driver: F. Pelle- itior. Myors. J. BrannifT, H. Jenkins, 'G. Stafford, J. Henderson, R.. Cooper i Myors 1st, Jenkins 2nd, Pelletier J3rd. Hoys' Half-mile Pony Race: Buster, j Yeoman; Dot, Levasseur; Pacer, Ham Pclletier. Buster 1st, D.ot 2nd. ;