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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LETHBRlDQi DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER SO. FAQEMVIM PATENTED AUTOMATIC LIFT TOP The Easiest Way to Feed .Fire .V ____1 You can replenish fire in Sask-Alta without lift- ing off a pot-hole cover or squeezing a shovel through a narrow feed- 'door. Sask-Alta Patented 'Automatic Lift Top (see Illustration) provides an opening three timei as large as a pot-hole. Whether you drop coal In" from scuttle or put it in by shovel you can readily place it in any portion of fire-box de- aired. It's a handy feature, thU Automatic Lift Top. It'a an exclusive Sask-Alta improvement, too. Sask-Alta Steel Range LETHBRIDGE AGENTS Stafford-Agnew Co, Big Prairie Fire (Special to tho Herald) Stirling, Sept. little altar one o'clpck this aftemooi} a prairie fire started on the oust, -nde oi the track; a little south of Dayton, A stiff southwest wind fanned Uames and groat clouds of soon warned the settlers of -tho com- ing danger. It is supposed that the section mea wero burning fire guards between the plowod guard and the track, when an extra strong gust of wind blew the sparks across the plowed guard. Tho section men tried 'hard to catch it but too late. It was soon in its mad race and the freshening wind hurried it along. Citizeas of New Dayton hastened ta help in the work of extinguishing the flames. Settlers turned out to save their homes and crops. The Atkins threshing outfit was moving but stopped near wells, was moving but stopped near to Kelp. For a timev great clouds of smoke rolled but towards evening' it seemed 'to be more under control, but smoke still showed on the hor- izon to the north east of Stirling. It is not known yet if any serious accidents occurred though.'it assured- ly would.go hard unguard- od buildings or-stacks. The water in the coulees would no doubt stop its mad course, iluch pasture was no doubt The Man From Home A Novelization of the Play of the Same Name Copyright. ttt9. by American f rest By BOOTH TARKINGTON and HARRY LEON WILSON "If you live out of town write us." COALDALE. Ladies- Aid held a meeting at the home of i ICrs. W. JB. Pawson. Among those present' were Mrs. Craig, Mrs. Bea- gle and Miss Link, all of Lethbridge. A committee was elected for the an.- nuftl supper. Those elected were Mrs. E. E. Cokely, .Mrs. G-. Heighs, Mrs. TV. Depew andJUrs. T. P. Brown. The Grain Coast Elevator is near- 3Hg completion and will be in" shape to take in grain Oct. 1st, W. Depew has 'taken over the man- agement of the Sunny Belt elevator, and is doing ,a rushing business. _ Leroy Comely moved out to his farm last week. J. McCann was in. town today on business. Thos. Patching and son are in town looking after their interests. Chas. Seittees is putting1 up an- other building on his premises. It will pay you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 Cleaning That is Cleaning FRENCH DRY CLEANING the Latest Up-to-date method for cleaning Ladies and Clothing. All work teed. Let us know and the waggon -will call. Eooml, Whit- ney-block. J. H. WAGGENER. Expert Cleaner. Ten Years' Experience. CROWN CLEANING AND DYE WORKS. know." he said savagely. "It will be easy enough to make It to unpleasant for the mini that she'll be glad to go back to the States, and the can't get back a penny. We'll have that tight enough." The Hon. Almeric laughed. "Oh, all right, old he drawled. "I'll lift her to the Infernal seventh heaven, cr whatever you call It Don't expect me to moon over her. though." And that compact settled, the walk keep his engagement for a morning ride with Ethel Granger-Simpson. ,k warm air and seized his companion the wrist -I he said quickly. "He has not. I take what precautions 1 can secretly from him. But of what use? You have few A smile crossed Mariano's face, and he shrugged bis shoulders expressive- ly. "It is yet so early in the season. "Those poor pointed off beyond the wait always when they shall The King Edward Restaurant f' The Place to Get a Good Meal "l i. 21 Meals Board and Room m Candies, Fruit, Cigars and Tobacco, Round Street Next Lumber Yard PINCHER CREEK Pincher Creek, Sept. W. Reid of Lethbridge, delivered lec- ture in the Baptist church last even- ing, entitled "The Scotch and Scot- land." A very capable and' interest- ing lecture was given in which the speaker'-first gave his hearers a. sam- ple of Scottish characteristics by por- traying the inaugural and subsequent sessions of a rural school board. This done he launched into a somewhat eloquent description of the Highlands Isles and Lowlands of Scotland. The ability of the the up-to- date information given deserved ;a larger attendance, there being- rather a small crowd present. Word has reached here that the con- i struction work of the Canadian West- em Railway will be started befor0 very long. A case of an employee leaving his employer without giving a week's notice was tried before this "afternoon. Decision was fr given "in favor of the employer: T. B. Brandon, of the Coleman, Miner, was in town today. r Walsh, has gone into partnership with E. Jones '.in the business of tailors and outfitters. for 25c. Good Meals Full Courses See what it's like at Chow Sam Co. 'jf i "f' The Hlberta Restaurant -Under new management, First-clasi. cook: Every- thing clean Meals 25c MAB monseigneur is so good and generoso. will not the an- archist strike against the name of even royalty himself' You have not that The secretary shivered in the sort heavily upon him than was h'is desire, yet he gave no outward .hint of any troubles that beset him. He was a well preserved man of fif- ty-six, with close cropped iron gray hair and a straight cut military mus- tache that hid certain cruel lines in his mouth and softened the severe lineaments. He carried himself with an erectness that bespoke pride in race, if not in deeds of his own. He was distinguished with that curious individuality that causes those In the street to -nudge one another and ask In whispers who another may be, and be was unmistakably high bred. True, bis sense of. honor that would balk at cheating in a card game or the larceny of a traveling bag was hot sufficient to debar him from con- (To Be Continued.) Glass We have just unloaded a car of window, plate and fancy glass and are in a position to fill all orders at right prices.' Oiir stock of lumber Is large and well assorted. Estimates furnished. Mill work a specialty. Ring Up 108; When, yon want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE; 1 Place Your Orders for OLU3 MATURING Office and Factory 80MPIS STREETS Telephone 15B Yard, Smith St. Phone 195 MAS. HUME! Satisfaction I PHONE Herald Want Ads Bring Big ;