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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LZTHBRtOGG DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, HOT. THE FINEST LEAVES II From Ceylon Tea Plantations are contained in SALADA" Jt is packed in'sealed lead pack- els to preserve its fine flavor and aroma. 40c, oOcmid be pre- sent at the Hudson-Fulton celebra- tion. Before and after the festivities he will see .as much .of the United States as is possible in the time al- lotted. With Prince Kuni was the''Prin- Kuni, a prim est, of the Royal the seventh daughter of Pnncj Tadayoshi Shmmuze, the feudal lord of Satsunia.7 Mine. Nagasaki, her lady in waiting, the wife cf the mas- ter of ceremonies .it the imperial pal- ace in Tokio, and Colonel Nuuroti, of the Imperial Japanese army, aid to th-i. Prince, and two servants complet- .ed the party. Stirling, Sept. third storey x.f the new fifty-room brick hotel was erected this week and the building will opened on October 18th. The hotel will be steam heated and will of the best in the west outside of the larger cities. There will be two large sample rooms, well lighted t lor the commercial trade and there is no doubt but the hotel when finish ed -will be one of the most comfort- 'able in Western Canada. Thursday of this week1 the large well drilling machine Messrs. .Me- Cutcheon Fisher was unloaded here .to bore for water for the Stirling townsite'syndicate. This is :the larg- est machine of its kind ever shipped -to Western Canada or the .Western ..It will drill a bole from two feet to three It is'-a core drill- ing machine and in boring; for c'a] it brings up the core of the coal .in- tact, showing the actual thickness and nature of the the actual analysis of the coal bed. We understand that this i? the only machine in Western Canada that enn do this. Messrs. McCutcheon Fish e-r have already contract? for several thousand dollars worth of coal pros- pecting. ,B. H. McCutcheon, oi, Butler.. Fa.. has been engaged in boring for -oil at Pincher Creek, .this past cou- ple of years has up his resi- dence in Stirling. This will be head- quarters for him and h-.1 expect? t have his family here as ?oon house can be erected for him. The fence gang the A. R. T. have been engaged this past week around Stirling driving posts on the both, .sides of the track, as the com- pany is fencing in their line "in this vicinity. This has been found neces- sary on account of the large increase oi stock which has been brought in j by _ The brick for the new hotel was un- loaded here on Friday and the masons are expected this, coining -week. Moore Degener received a: t-.-le- .on- .Friday that on- oi their-'; carloads of hardware has left -Wimii-4j peg. They will move into their new brick store on Alberta Ave. on Oc- tober 1st. Ttie excavation for W. H. .Moore's brick house on Second. Avenue- is completed and the foundation has, beeo started. J. C. Fish, formerly of Medicine has got installed in his barber on First Ave. His chair and outfit arrived ;i few days ago. C. L. Fisher of Winnipeg, one cf the members -of Stirling Town- ?iti-- in Stirling for a lev.- days this week. He expressed himself as with the progress that has been mack- in the new town since ..he was hen- .'i few weeks ago. ;He came here direct from Toronto, where he completed arrangements' i'with M. of people to'locate in i Stirling in the immediate future. IMr. Fish or to Winnipeg R. T.'Pickard -left "-n Sutm-dny, to .-'-.esume his studivs in Tnrr.-nio .it the School of Practical Science ra Toron- to University. The term on October lit. The church in Stirling will start-d in the future. ;s 'liiw-ning held this past week the building wil Ibe finished as insisting of A. J. Glinkie, Your Collar, Sir! The New Castle Brand RUSSELL 3 for 50 Cents canJbuy shape In Elk Brand named "NELSON" 102 I. H. Chas. Moore, W. Dodds, W. and-J. C. Fish. Tencters are being called for immediately and the building will be nished as soon as. possible. A committee was also ap- pointed to. look .-after the matter' of Rev. Mr. Cameron re- ports contribution' of from one 'of the' denominations who; wish to see the church started" here immed- iately. In 'the meantime service is held every Sunday in one -of the buildings being erected. The ba-rber shop and. pool room has been painted which adds great- ly to its appearance. Kelson K.-.Nelson, the livery man, who'lias bought the stable in new town of. Stirling, has been .TOT t ing in. 'a supply of hay this past v.v'. k. JOEDST HENURY of the Canadian MAnu- faotnrerB' Association, WriEP OUT OF DANGER London. Sept. Taylor, j chief Conservative whip is now out danger as a result of an operation. It will pay you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 Sask-Alta Steel Range is built to be very, very easy on fuel as well as a perfect baker and cooker. To describe in detail the various schemes which save fuel would be too long a story for this space, so we ask you to allow the McClary agent to tell you how the following .features save Wide Fire Duplex Lined and Anti-Rust Coated Flues- Top and Bottom of Oven with. Asbestos Lining- Heat Retainer at Back of Oren. 22 GOOD BUSINESS Most oi-onr readers will recollect the, accident -that happened to the Ly- 'July JSth last when the south wall of the theatre collapsed ,-and one of the. workmen on P. 'Burns Ox's' new building was buried in the ruins. P. Burns and Co. had the wisdcm to -cany risk as employers during con- st-ruction in the General Accident Insurance Co. of which Mr. T. E. Pat- teson is the agsnt in Lethbridge. On Saturday last they received from the being the amount they had spent in wages and medical at- tendance on W. Jacobson, the in- jured man. -There-is no reason why other -employers cf labor should not be similarly protected. Daily Heralds Patterns LETHBRIDGE AV3ENTS Stafford-Agnew Co :_________ "If you live exit of town write us." 3047 LAD IKS' SHIRTWAIST Paris Pattern No. 3047 All Seams Allowed. The simple tucked shirtwaist is sl- ays liked, ami is very practical for linen, wool batiste and taf- feta silk. In ;his model the tucks on f'ach side of the centre front and back are stitched all the way down, those at the shoulders in front ter- minating ajt yoke depth. The shirt- waist sleeves arc nisho.d by straight cuffs. The pattern is in 6 to 42 inches, bust measure. For 36- inch bust the waist will require 4 1-4 yards of materiil 20 inches wide, 3 5-8 yards 24 inches wide, 3 1-4 yards 27 inches wide, 23-8 yards 36 inches wide, or 2 1-8 yards 42 inches wide. Price