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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIOOC DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1909. PAQC FIVE 'S BAY CD'S Sole THIS GREAT SALE HAS ONLY THREE MORE DAYS TO RUN. IT WILL END ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 7TH For the Ladies Ladies' White Lawn Shirt price and 81.50. To dear at, each Ladies' White Lawn Shirt pric.p and 'To clear at. Ladies' White Lawn Shirt price and To clear :in each Silk and Fillett Net ecru and white. At..........-.................. 25 per cent, discount NEW GOODS AT A SACRIFICE Linen Tailored Shirt Waists, new but the shipment v.-as delayed in transit, hence onj loss and your gain. value to be cleared at. each. Ladies' Belts in SHk and and 75c values. .25c values for ................................50c vyiue? for................................75C Ladies' Night slip-over style trimmed .with fine embroidery and ribbon. Regular price 81.50 Regular price Regular fti! and s.l .25 .for............95c Regular and Regular and S3 Misses' and Children's White Lawn tucks, embroidery, a good variety. Regular for... Regular Misses' Colored chambray. Regular and for Children's Aprons and Night a big sacrifice during the sale. LingerM Bonnets and Hats for assort- ment. Prices from......................50c to With a discount of 20 p.c, off during Two Weeks' Saie. A LARGE SHIPMENT OF CORSETS just arrived. The biggest as- sortment ever seen in Southern Alberta. Long hip, latest style. and B. C. high busts, extra long hips, with hose supporters! well finish- ed. Regular for..90c Regular for... Corset with embroidery and val lace. Reg. 40c and 50c for.. 30c Reg. .90c and for....75C Reg. 65c and 70c and MONEY SAVERS IN Men and Boys' Dept. Men's Tweed and Serge Regular Regular for Boys' Wash blue and white stripes. Regular -S2.25 and Boot and Shoe Dept. Most stylish goods, for Ladies, Men and Children, and the Best Values Ever Offered in Southern Alberta PHONE 31: ASK FOR Wines and Spirits Department HOT WEATHER DRINKS LAGER, ALE, ETC. The beer with the Label. In .hot; or Same price as brewery. e that made Milwaukee famous. AJi A great tonic .and appetiser. 'J TJhe original St. ftia, XXX SUyt-Thf worW'i PEOPLE ARE SUSY AT PURPLE SPRINGS C. P. R. Makinj Improvement on Cart Being Made Purple Springs, J. It. Milligan is cxpectod homo thi? from the World's Itiir. ball gunto botwec-u Tuber and Purple Spring -'did not come off on Friday last as the Taber delegation failed to show up. boy.s say ihey lacked the sand. The given between Taber and dance given, by -Will Milligan j for the benefit of the'ball team on Friday night wu.s a. grand success and aJU that surely had a ii John Hairing is very busy ihi-si- days as he seems to have away from It is reported is making arraiijjenirtit.s u> jro_ fanninj: ou' south of Thf baseball team nifiJi1 a change in their captain of tr-nrn as John Hairing has dropped out Had Willie Miiliean lias bwn appointni captain. The Purple Springs school is very slowly and it doesn't lut.ik as if there was goinp to be any Here's Your New Collar! BEDFORD FAMOUS CifTLB BRAND-3for 50c. At2for25c.yracu thlJlhipelnEIkB namd "KERWOOD now have UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA WINNIPEG j Session 1909-1910 oo ,.M Courses leading u- dvgrct-s in for the children this year. The j Law, Medicine, Science, Civil and j v, Electrical Engineering. contract calls tor the buildmp to bo j All uuivvi-sity b-u-in i cuinpleteU by September 1st, but car, see no possible show for this now SPECIAL CHEAP Range with Reservoir arid High Closet at Call and See It Hayr Bros, Oct. i. Matriculation examinations Daily Herald Market dace hive to tfdl or (0 reit place it if this column. If you waot anything this cotflmi. 25c iiscrtioi f innertioM for SI VACANT lor laundry work. Apply Leth bridge Laundry Co. 184-O will be re- ceived by the undersigned in writ- ing from young ladies desirous of acting as pupil assistants to the Kin- dergarten Director Lethbridge schools. No salary attached, must be able to use piano. G. B. Bowman, Secre- tary. 188-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE OK roomed- house, stable, hay shed, large chicken house on .River, bottom near new, bridge. Best place in town for ing cows and chickens. Price 4300. easy terms. Price cash. per month rent. H. Proctor, near the A. R. I. Shops. FOR Remington type- writer at a bargain. Apply Citizens Lumber yard. 187-O FOR modern 7 room bouses, ready the first wee.k of Aur gus'i. Finished to suit purchaser. Fine location. Good terms. Apply E. 0. Stickley, c-o Western Plumb- ing Co.. City. 193-S FOR seven roomed cottage in Duff addition. Easy terms. Apply Western Tinsinithiog Co. next Her- ald. 196-1 LAND FOR SALE and woman on farm at once. Box 563, or apply ou farm, Palmer, S 1-2 Sec 7 T S R 20, 8 miles S.E. of town. 192-6 general servant. Apply Mrs. .R. A. Wright, J251 Dufferin St. FOR have a snap on for a few days. One section of land with 425 acres under cultivation, all fenc- ed. Two good wells, and necessary buildings. All good land. Two miles from town. Price per acre, good terrus. The Empire Land Co. Ott-Block, Phone 394. 196-6 COOK compoteut camp cook, steady work. Good wages. Ap- ply A. R. I. Co. 195-6 as it has taken almost a month jo j gnnneuce on September 1G aad .May JJVT the foundation done. Tim sc' trustees should get busy. We are 20injr to hajre LOST j for rural school, Kasimir School District Particulars regarding exainiuati ,ns j STEAYED-Froai the Wells- AIust have second j entrance- requirements, new ele- study, fees, etc., can bt- obtained on vator. Work is to commence riitlit I away. j The C. P .E. is going to put in an- side track here, as business is j gfttinpr rushinjr her.'- in tln-ir line! i A crew of C. P. K. men is expected hciv this week to put in the station j application 10 D. M. DUNCAN, Registrar iniles souih uf Stirling, five mares aud eldings. Mares branded LM geldings brand- Liberal reward '1 on left shoulder and i ed 7L on left hip. Trinity lesMeilw SectorBfjs College fi -m_ -m tion. Fircptoof ii'Tr this wwek to put in tlv- platform Buildings. i and depot here. j J. R. Milligan'5 houst.- i? showing fintr under the Decorator's and j painu-rs, P. O'Donnelh ;md Mr. Milli given for information leading to their "recovery. Notify A. A. Johnston, Lethbridge, Alta., or L. E. Townsend, i Stirling, Alta. 184-0 Tuesday night one short steel tug attached to large leather tug. Return to Furman's Livery for 198-1 salary per month. lioklinger, Sundial, Alta. No. 1981. a certificate, Apply A. G. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOE yoke of oxeii well broken. Also harness and covered waggon. All for W. A. Dickson. Taylor's Mill. 193-6 WANTED-A capable geueraf ant. Mrs. Gco. B. MaoKay, FOE typewriter, scarce- ___ ly used. To sell for cash. Price I A bargain. Applp Western Stationery serv-1 Co. 193-6 Road. 197-0 experienced general servant. Apply Mrs. McNnJly. cor. Bompas and Crabb St. 197-0 MINERS Canada West Coal Co., at Taber, has effected Our blacksmiths arc very busy nmk- ore cars fur the They have a contract to make fifty cars. Jack March reports the arrival of tw.i baby buys at hi? honv- on July and all doing well. BuTh Savage also reports this wt.-uk birth of a son at his house and Iso report? Mrs. Savage and son duiiig nicely. crops are very fine in this local itv as tlu- late rain? have done lots of grounds, ing Rinks, etc. Boys prepared for the Universitiei, Royal Military College, and Business, Special attention given to younger boys. Next term begins Tuesday, Sept 14. for Calendar- and information apply to ihe WWAiD 1I6BY. H.JL KJI. PORT HOPE. OUT. the land office and Macbeth street, gold brooch of four hoops with opal centre. "Reward if returned to "News office. 98-2 the miners once. for information lead- j Range 23 at per ton or on shares. ing to the recovery of one bay geld- j Apply to C. S. 'Noble, Clarcsholm. :ing branded 5 on left jaw and one 197-6 idark bav branded N- on left flank! land AN on right shoulder, weight WANTED-Young girl to do house STOVE FOR Large heating stove for sale with hot-air pipe at- tached. Apply to Box T.E.M.. Her- ald Office. 196-0 Men and teams to make j FOR Up to date, three stroke hay ou Sections Land 12 Township 11 hav press. Applv Box 485 Gitv 197-6 agreement with rnmf1 wiii start runners and there. FOR team work horses. Also harness, wagon, breaking plow and stove. All cheap for cash. Ap- ply W. Eddy at Hayr Transfer sta- ble, Redpath St., where horses and article can be- seen. 194-O Single action, perfect condition. The i 1300 apiece. I Alta. George Millar. Cowlev, 194-14 NOTICE i LOST OR A halter and 100 NOTICE is hereby given that in ac- feet chain taken from ;i cow belbng- cordance with the provisions of i ing to H. Wallace. Finder will ROCKY COULEE Rocky Coulee, Aug. pros- pects here for a lumber camp are un- paralleled. The slight fear that the grain might suffer from lack of moist- while maturing was-washed away the recent two- days' rain. New .harvesting fill be on in. no time and watch the yield about Rocky .Coulee! At mid-day on Thursday last the late Mr. D. McKay a man of eighty yi-ars and one of the Lethbridge ear- liest pioneers passed to rest at theh home of his grandson. The remains were conveyed to Lethbridge for bur- ial. During his short residence here he was esteemed by all who knew him. Rev.Mr.Henderson of Macieod con- ducted the Presbyterian service in rhe Presbyterian service in the school house on Sunday, School opened again today for the fall term. Irrigation Act the Municipality of j please return to H. Wallace. Bur- the City of Lethbridge have filed the j dett St. 196-0 necessary memorial and plans requir- ed by Sections 13 and 15 of the said Sec. 13, Township Act with the Commissioner of Irriga- Range 18 on July 19, 09. one dark tion at Calgary Alta. The applicant municipality appli- es for the right to divert forty cubic feet of water per second from the Belly River on the southeast quarter of Section -.36 Township 8, Range 22, west of the 4th Meridian, for other waterworks purposes and for the right to construct the 'riecessary works, as shown by the and plans filed to enable the water so diverted to be used for the said other water- works purposes in the streets, lanes and roads of the said city. Dated at Lethbridge, Alta., this 4th day of August, 1909. C. F. P. CONYBEARE. Solicitor for Applicants. bay mare 4 years old, weight about 1300, branded HF on shoulder. work at the private maternity hospi- tal. North Ward. girl to do light housework. Apply Mrs. J. Rose, cor. Bartlett and Dufferin Sts. 198-0 .girl for cook- ing and general housework. Apply Mrs. A. W. Cleaver. Call at Dallas Hotel today or write to Cardston, Alta. 198-1 CARDSTON NOTES Cardston, Aug. Franklin Card.-a son of the late Charles Ora Card, who resides at Logan, Utah, is _ i in C-.irut-i.uu for a few days visiting friends and relatives. The little girl of Mr. and Mrs. Gus XciUon passed away last Saturday af- ternoon. The funeral services, were held yesterday afternoon from the fa- j mily residence at 5 p. m. The floral offerings were many and varied. The speakers -.were. Martin Woolf, Esq., j President E. J. Wood, and Bishop D. I E. Harris. j The infant daughter of Mr. and Frank May died yesterday mom- ing at nine o'clock. The funeral se.rvicos will be held at nine o'clock at the family residence today. The following parties arrived from the Waterton Lakes last Saturday: Mr. F. H. Turner and family, Ma- gr.-ith, Mr. A. Shelton and family, Magrath. Mr. G. W. Brimhall' and fa- I mily. Raymond, Messrs. J. F. and M. j Jr. and families. Cardston, Mr. Thomas Anderson and wife, Card- j ston. The fishing is good and ihe boat I ing is excellent i Misses Vinnie Fowler and Myrtle j Norton and Ina Bradshaw of MagrSth j are spending a part '.of their holidiys j in Cardston with friends. Messrs. H. Brown and D. W. Wil- j cox are in Montana looking after some land in that stato near. Brown- ing. The Spencer and Stoddard business business block will bo ready frvr occu pancy on the 15th inst.' On the 10th inst. there will be a sale of oattle horses and household vffects at the ranch of the late Rich- ard Vadnais at Boundary Bailiff H. A. Donovan ,is ihe auction- eer. Coal LUMP on the market K DELIVERED or ut mine (rood clean Nut Coal at mine per ton. All coal sold Address postcard to XEW BARNES MINE Koyal View F WABDINGTON Pboae 261 City Agent Prompt delivery guaranteed reward to anyone Owner, John 3 P.O. returnin ng WANTED-A woman to do hoiise be a cook. Wages 196-6 a month. Apply 314 Cutbill St., first return of one bay horse, weight Ibs., branded lazy. C on left should_er and left .thigh, -al- j so S. G. on left thigh. Lost north of Lethbridge on the way to Brooks, Alta. Finder kindly notify the Her- door ofTRedpath. 198-4 SITUATIONS WANTED aid office. 198-10 FOUND SITUATION and wife wish work on plowing and threshing outfit as engineer and cook or would work in harvest till thresh- ing commences. Good references. Ap- ply A. L. Clock, Taber, Alta. 196-6 Pearl crescent broocb..; Owner can have same at Herald of- TO RENT. fico. by paying for ad. TENDERS FOR TELEPHONE BUILD- ING Lethbridge, Aita. 196-0 CONNECTING con- necting rooms, best of furnishings, bath with hot and cold water at all hours on same floor, in Shepard Blk. ever made, complete with holster. Will take' for revolver and box of cartridges Shepard Blk. Apply J. B. Kelsey, 197-3 FOR will be received at a rate on the dollar, until day evening, Aug. 7th for the stock and fixtures of F. H. Ross, tailor, in- solvent, High River, Fine assorted stock of fixtures A good proposition. T .C. Barrie, assignee- Inquire High River Times office. FOR" span work horses years old, weight about 1 maxe 3 years with colt, broke to sad- dle, -weight 850. 2 light saddle ies. 2 yearling colts, gentle.' 1 large milch cow 6 years old and calf. 75 laying-hens. Apply T. M.' agent, Kipp Station, C.P.R. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS washing at home by woman. Good work guaranteed. All kinds of garments accepted. Goods called for and .delivered. Notes ad- dressed to Mrs. C. M. Holland, gen. del. will receive prompt attention. 84-0 Best location in city. Two beds, two Morris chairs, etc. (in Apply J. B. Shepard Block. 193-0 WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND FOR can sell your land at TO Board and" room for three. room and a single. Home j fully modern and close in. Applv 210 TO room suitable SEPARATE SEALED TENDERS, I Goutts St.. south end of house. registered and addressed to the Dep- uty Minister of Public Works, and indorsed "Tenders for Telephone Building, will be receiv- ed up to 12 o'clock, noon, Saturday August 7th, for the supply of aH plant, material, labor, and the performing 193-0 for two gentlemen. Close in." 424 Smith St. 198-6 TO house, two sitting, five bedrooms, kitchen, convenient 11 i j. TJT) wjj.njj