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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta Kllfi THE r.ETimninr.K, DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block TWO EXTRA SPECIAL FRIDAY and SATURDAY VALUES FINGERING YARN. Khaki, black and white. Siiltubh, 7C lor licit Cross Work. to be found within the paras, it is consmerea taken oVas guards In the 107th Bast hat it would he advisable to with-'KpotenayRifles, ,ud were draw the parks areas of the Quartz and .worn m Major Shaw to send them to Bonnington Falls for Venice at t! at place and told them could spend the remainder _..... day walking about the isit the shoies of tlie nest orn hcniispherc since the Lsif (he Lucky, tied up in the harbor here ijesterdai with a r-imo of herring Aboard ilie Gullfoss is a crevf Of Ice- landic siilon speaking Urtuallj the sajie language that Leil son of TMc the Re'l si oke he lantlod at Cape Rod abo.ut-the year 1000, high nnces for tho pio duets.of-the island have brought peritv in the last i ears Ihe war created the first millionaires in Ice land anil also gavt the island Us first experience with labor Uoubles as a strike of the fishermen s union lasted throughout last summer. GEN. BERTRAM'S NEPHEW1 DEAD Lo idou Sept 21 K Bertram ndjntant of a Cflnatliun legiment and nephew of General Bertram was Itill ed in action last Irldaj night The deceived officel was n fourth year medical student at wa1" in his Slith >ear He the onH POI of Dr T A Bertiam of Dunclas Tlio salon of Noblemen Cigars have morn than trebled during ihc IMS! three months. Have yon tried onl jev Junction hotel. After being serv- ed vuth a drink or two the pioprietor locked up .the bji and went outside to do some work.. Being in the read- ing room adjoining the bar. the men observed a, transom over the door leading into the bar, and climlied through One of the men pioceedeti to elevate bottles of oier the Mining Regulations thai the thither could the remainder in Alberta are all situated along the_di lines and there is no induci raent for them to locate and develop jroperties whicli are located away Irorii transportation. They declare ;hat the. new regulation will effective- v-check all the development of the mountain country w.cst .of Calgar> Thirty years ,ago the- old camp of Silver City started there .and flourished for a slioit time Now when Wfc preparation are being foi mmldooi to a companion on the other developments comes this regulation while the tWid man stood guanl- So idi so good but theie were othei pleinents of (langei unknown lo them, and trouble resulted. A few ago Mi owns a ranch near found a flock of coats traipamlhg upon his fields, and proceeded to run them out. t haied bj a dot the goats ran into a corner of the field bounded on two iijes bv a barbed wire fence This fence got the goats that is, eight of them Tvhose whiskers and and ties things up again. There are at present (our mining i-nraiianies which have done a certain amount of work. These are the old Yellow Jacket, the Alherla Copper company, .Calgary Copper- company; and a grouu of private claims which are being developed. In addition there ire two newly-formed companies which are all ready to start. Men acquainted with most of the claims that have beon staked within Good Values as Well as a Low Price We mean sell yon furniture chosen for its utility, lien! design and Mibstantial con- struction at prices within the means of those who rlie best that medium or low can buy. Our store contains many articles necessary in the home or oifice and while slight use has not injured it the price is away lielow Ihe value of the article originally. CITY 2ND HAND STORE PHONE 1428., 407 FIFTH STREET 8. the hotel while the transporting of the liquor was going -and the three men suddenls found themselves in the ilutches of the guardians of the peace. They were brought to Ferme and ou Monday were befoie Magistrate Hewett on a charge of hounebreaking and their cases lemanded Io Friday The three men are out on 12000 bail each. John Abbott, son of Lieut. Abbott of the at Morrissey, morrow to join the university battal- ion at Camp Hughes. He expects to be sent to Bermuda for the winter training, along with other younger members of the battalion. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE D.. D.C.L.. the parks and the terntoiv lhat would [hide, were made to decorate th have Hkelv been developed bill for I fence The police here were notified this regulallon sav there would go down and investigate Ihe goat nothing obiectioiable from a scenic' trouble and thu happened jtisl when St of view in the oneiatlon of thejthirst overcame the better the neaiesl mine lo the rail of the thirsty trio at the hotel Poltce- Ib al leasl Ihree miles from the man O'Neill Faiauharson and Lack Ihcj BUte and lust wh.t haim1 Alen happened to drive up to CAPITAL RESERVE FUND, BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive ttw samt careful attention as is given lo all other departments of the Bank s business. Money may bi deposited or withdrawn in way as by a personal visit to the Bank. Lethbridge R. T. Brymner, Mgr. R E D R O S E TE good ;