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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lcthbrldge Daily flerald, Friday, September 30.1910. ANNOUNCEMENT BY i 1 p >ales to. We beg to inform the Public of Lethbridge that we have bought out the business lately earned on under the style of The Harvard Tailoring Co., Crabb Street, and have remov- ed the stock in trade to our new premises on I 1 Door South of Eastorfs Harness Shop. We have on hand a large assortment of Men's Suits, Overcoats, Raincoats, Boots and Shoes, Rubbers, Craven- ettes, Men's and Women's Hose, Shirts, Overalls, Mitts and Gloves, etc. Also a large quantity of Hardware, Stoves, Heaters (new and second Beds, Springs Mattres- ses, Lounges, Dressers, Stands, Extension Tables, etc. Our prices will be found to be unequalled in town We are also in the market.to purchase Household Fur- niture in any quantity. Stocks in trade. Clothing, Furs, Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches, Musical Instruments, all kinds of fools, Best market price given. Clothes cleaned, repaired and pressed on the premises. Experienced Tailor and Cutter employed. Your own cloth made up. TRADE WITH US AND SAVE MONEY to loan on personal property Round Street Lethbridge Jelegraphic Briefs Ont., is short of policemen Kour new conatablea are wanted. A stroke of apoplexy killed John Dunn, a gardener, of Pelham. Nelson, B. C., added to iu treasury toy the civic tax sale. coujucttijor Ija-wrenoe. of Thames- -dropped dead of heart failure. William Rannie, for 21 years, tax at Chatham; Ont, has re- signed. Grand River Country Club, at Bridgeport, Ont., win te opened short- jy. It cost Sidney Hope, of Owen Sound, was sent to the Central for five months on five charges of burglary. .Marie Longley, -three years old, -fell from a second storey -window at Wind- sor, Ont., and was not hurt. At New Westminster, B. C-., a new .Hospital, to 'be known the Royal uomm-bian hospital, will -be built Fourteen old .timers, whose ages i will total years, visited the New Westminster, B. C. Fair. Rev.-y. C. Cameron, pastor .of the .Owen Sound Baptist church, is con- sidering a call from Windsor. xnree hundred and seventy dollars a.foot was paid for property ou Fort street, Victoria, B. C., with a frontage of '60 feet .and a depth of 120 feet, Col. Billman will soon retire from the' command of -the 90th Regiment, and his past services may be, recognized in a tangible way. M.urton Jones and his brother rotriy escaped death at tlie paws" of an enraged grizzly on Jervis Inlet, B. The C.-N. R. has paid for 30 acres'In-the heart of Fort Langley, B. on which a station and shops will be.-'built. -The Mothers' Club, of London, Ont.. made it-plain that they are not in sympathy with the suffragette move- IT IS YOUR DUTY TO YOURSELF AND FAMILY TO FOR THE' FUTURE. .A LITTLE MONEY WISELY IN VESTED in A EAST COLEMAN WELL BEING YOU DOLLARS Insure your earning time is coming when you should have When labor as represented oy your salary, will not take care of you. YOU MUST FACE THE CONDITIONS OF OLD AGE What better prospects can yo.u picture than the ownership of a choice tract with-suitable East Coldtian? Here is independence for youth and a pension for old age, with a producing capacity sufldcienttsto meet all wants and family. Invest now while lots are cheap. LARGE LOTS LOW PRICES EASY TERMS Tliomas Crahan, Owner, Michel, B. C. Joe Graf ton, Golem aai, Alfca. George; Ward- and .Alfred Smith were buried in .sand in a cave-ia near jiagersviiie; Ward was smothered to death; .but. Smith may recover. Willie Joudrey, a seven-year-old boy of "New-.-.-Cornwall, N. S., disappeared, and is believed to have died in a -big i'torm, -during which he -was lost, codfishmg schooner Joseph returned to Anacortes, B. C.. yith pounds of codfish from the cod banks-near the Aleutian Is- an-ds.- Talking' at Ottawa, Manager Hays >f the G-. T. said chat 75 per -cent >f the strikers had -been taken -back, -nd.the remainder will he taken back etore the -time limit expires. GEO. TAYLOR'S for choice fresh Cut Flowers, Roses, Car nations, Lily of the Valley." And all other Flowers in sea.- son. Funeral Designs, "Wed- ding Bouquets and Plants of all kinds for sale and to rent. Free delivery to all parts of the city. GEO. TAYLOR FLORIST Corner Bartlett and London Road; Phone 675. P. 0. Box John 0. Meara, K.-C., a well 'known lawyer, died at Ottawa. Exceedingly rich mineral deposits have been discovered in the Bmce peninsula, near Windsor. The main is valuable quantities of zinc. TREMENDOUS. EXPENDITURE BY NEW YORK CENTRAL Albany, N. Plans of proposed by tne-New -York Central -Railroad Com- pany, including .ultimately a six-track road on its m-ail lirie: across the state, were explained to the -piiWic service commission on Thursday: by George w. chief eagiiifeer for: the company, at the opening of. -the oppo- sition to the construction of the .pro- posed Buffalo, Rochester.and -.Eastern from Bufl'alo to Troy. Mr.KittrMge testmed regarding. improvements made !by the since 1907, as ,uhs aer -way or contemplated; involving an estimated expenditure oT. ooo.- I Mr. Kittridge- showed statistics 'tempiating expenditures for improve- ments, including for-Buf- falo; in Rocnester was .be- ing spent, and contemplat- ed: Syracuse improvements called ror Rome, T7t-: ica, ?0.000J000; .between TItica and 'Al- From Albany to'! Wew York, on the HiijSon river div- ision, jvir. Xittridge'.said that 'after spending since 1907, there remains to be spent The urand Central terminal has cost vso.uuo to date, and is expected to reach when .completed. No deportment ness seems to rapidly as Close prww, sible examined before Drop in may-wish to JEWELER, Jimigratjon Jroin. Ireland: lo tails, year -will toe ilessre Havs, and G T R officials, hac a coi ieren.ce "witn Sir WUtrZd Ijaaner an Messrs. T; With what she saw at our store the past few days. Our China and Crockery Department has established itself, and is recognized as the best in Southern Alberta. Our display of Japanese China is especially attractive and large just now; but our latest shipment consists of 500 Ladies, call and see this assortment. All sizes, styles and colors shown. The prices are as attractive as the goods. We bought direct from the factory, and are selling away below the regular figure. For instance the line usually sold at will be marked at We also received in the same shipment a line of Mixing Bowls that are sure to please, guaranteed not to break with the heat. Street ;