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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, PAOt FIVI. EVERYTHING FOR THE BEDROOM We have made most careful preparations to be able to provide every- thing for the bedroonTat-irresistable prices. And now we are ready for you with the latest and most dependable carpet squares and rugs, dressing tables, curtains, and dressers of all descriptions. Extra special for Friday and Saturday: See our window for Specials in rugs. You can pick up many bargains this week. We are at bur Fall Stock Cleaning. TURPIN FURNITURE X The Herald's Patterns WORLD NEWS 22 CHILDREN 1 27 YEARS. 2374 2403 j DESIGNS JOR THE, LITTLE FOLKS Paris "Patterns Nos. 2374, 2403 All Seams Allowed. The development of this simple is in white batiste. The full body portion is gathered to the yoke, which is cut square at the back and continues in a wide Princess pan- down the front. The sleeves are full elbow puffs gathered into "nar- row embroidered armbands of the or of lace insertion, and fin- a narrow ruffle of lace edg- tiThe" yoke, -princess, "panel" vand' flounce are trimmed with the narrow insertion, the latter being'finished the edging. The princess panel And back yoke are embroidered in a of lovers' "Icno'ts" and small .and the neckband "should match the' The pattern is n 5 1-2 to 4 years: of 2 years the' dresswas Fr a requrre's 1 5-8 yards, of lawn 36 inches wide, witlx. -allover embroidery 18 inches yards of insertion and 5 edgin to The jaunty littler-boys' suit (2403) consists of a' double breasted blouse with a remdvable shield and wide sailor -collar, -and knickerbockers, with pockets enough to suit even the small boy. The is in 6 sizes lto-9 boy' of 16- years the suit will require 3 54 "yards of material 27 inches wide, 2 7-8 yards 36 inches --wide, yards 5-i inches wide. ot Pattern, 10 cents Madrid, popular re- joicing wtich. began in the capital last night over the victory of the Spanish forces in Morocco culminated- at midnight wtEerp immense crowds as- semblje-d before the Royal Palace, shouting "Long" the King; On appearing on the balcony, Kinsr Alfonso was wildly cheered. Cincinnati, Ohio; Sept.- fine j of was imposed against Chi- jcago National Club by the National Baseball Commission late to-day. The fine' is to be applied as damages in favor of the Toronto, Ont., club, as an outcome of a controversy Player McCaffery. President ilurphy was sharply criticized. Denver. Colo., Sept. Van' 'Wbrmer, said to have been a prominent member of the New.Yorkj bar several years ago committed suicide here last night by drowning. Indianapolis. Sept. An- derson, of the United States District Court, to-day refused to grant the plea of the government for a ,re-con- tinuance of the hearing of DeJavan Smith and Chas. R. Williams, propri- etors of the Indianapolis News, who are charged with- criminal libel in havimr published articles alleged to intimate that there was cojruption in the sale of the Panama Zone the United States. Ivlr. Mrs; Charles Dickey, of Canaan, announce the birth of daughter, their twenty secoiid child in twenty -seven Mrs. JDickey married when fourteen years of age and Mr. Dickey was only a few years her senior. Of the twenty-two children, not one has ever suffered from a. serious illness. x Here is health and and bodily vigor personified. The arei therefore there hare been no weak, puny, peevish children. The health of the child depends much on the health of. thf parents. Thus, there is the necessity of 'expectant mothers' especially paying attention to their During these trying times, a "Fruit- a-tives" tablet before meals and at bedtime will regulate the bowels and kidneys, keep the stomach sweet, sharpen the appetite, assist digestion, strengthen the -vital organs and invigorate the 'entire system. are sold by all dealers SDC. a box, 6 for 12.50, or trial box, 356. of, direct from Limited, Ottawa. Toronto, Sept. is to be started .at once on. -first hundred miles of the Niagara-Ottawa Branch CT.N.R. The "first-'section will reach from Toronto to Trenton, and according to the plans will be com- pleted within a year. rr 3Ioosomin, Jng- for local option" is strong iiTtihis town. Rev. MacDonald, of the Bap- tist 'ohurchr_-is doing his best to pro- mote this feeling by Baking around a petition to be handed to the council asking submit a by-law for local option to be voted on this fall. London, Sept. L-ond Mayor j OUR LETTER BOX. J PURE WATER Lethbridge, "Alta., Sept. 30, 1909. Mr. I read your interview with, that em- inent authority, Mr. fleet-wood. Had already read in earlier issues of your paper of his "knowledge of sanitary matters. It is a great pity Mr. Fleetwood could not also guarantee that the water pipes -would not would be a great saving to "the taxpayers. No one with horse sense will swear that all the joints in the proposed vitrified sewer pipe will be perfectly nor man tliere will be no" breaks or other ac- cidents. If the pipe is too close to water supply Chat should settle the leak or .aio leak. PURE WATEK. SPORTS ROCHESTER WINS THE EASTERN LEAGUE SERIES A Hard Battle in Which Rochester Led Most of the New York, Sept. The eastern league championship season ended yesterday, Eochester winning the pen nant.with .034 to spare. The Ro- chesters were managed by John Gan- zel, who transformed them from tail- enders into pennant winners in a year's time. This is the final stand- ing of the clubs: Won Lost Pet. Rochester 90 61 Newark 86 Providence 80 70 Toronto 79 72 Buffalo 72 79 Montreal 68 63 Baltimore 67 86 Jersey City 63 87 The easten league closed 'yesterday and Uochester, after a hard and stren uons battle, which lasted the entire season, has won the pennant.' The Eastern league this season has been almost as interesting as the Amer- ican Association, and only something like 180 points separated the .first "and laet teams. The Rochester team with the exception of a couple of days has been in the 'lead in the struggle 596 562 533 523 477 450 438 416 SHRUBS IS.QUITTING, MOVING" PICTURES.' ADVANCED i Burton Bradt Co., In 'their -own Comedy Skit. The Piano Mover." Frank Condon, The Comedian. PICTURES 1 Sad Awakening 2 Dust in His Eyes 3 Jealous Hubby 4 Tragic End to a Shrove Tiesdiy Continuous Performance Results At the Ranges v The result of the' practise 'of the Eifie Association was as follows: Burnett'......1.......... 13 Woodward U Padley Chivers 15 Sergt.-Major [Raven Maveety 26 McLeod 30 Tilley 23 Rafton-Canning 22 D. E. MacDonald 18 Brown Pipes................. 17 HcCulloch Eakin 12 T. 18 J. ,W. Boulton........ .-.....13 Biner 17 Matthews 19 The next practice will be held on Wednesdlay afternoon next. CANADIAN BRIEFS Peterboro, .Sept. and Har- ry Jupling were committed for trial today on a charge of manslaughter resulting from the death of Arthur Bollard, of Toronto in a fight. of London has announced his inten- j Woodstock, Ont., Sept. trwell 'tion of opening a Mansion House Of tne Trader's Bank club, fund to assist Capt. Robert F. Scott who accidentally shot him- to raise money for his expedition to plant the Union -Tack at the South. Pole. Mexico Sept. the valleys of sglf abdomen with, a revolver the freezing point. Strasb'urg, Sask-, last- Thursday, died, this morning. Montreal, Sept. funeral, of Edmund Wood took the vicinity of this city has destroy- j place today. A representative gather- ed the corn crops. It is estimated, ing of Anglican the public that the; will reach twenty mill- j attended, f The full of _the ion The' thermometer' this Anglican Church was. given, [morning registered two degrees below j Alta., Sept. r i building figures in Edmonton for the Sept., ,.m0nth of September is out that the C. P. R. has 00o. THs is a record. At noon to- j decided to make Strasburg a divis-