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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOt fHl LCTHeMJOQt DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, W HI TLA NOTES Coal LUMP on the market DELIVERED of 13.00 at miue Good clean Nut Coal at mine per ton. All coal sold C.O.D. Addross oostcaxd to NEW BARNES MINE Boyal View F WADDINGTON Pboae261 City Agent Prompt delivery gmrantetd AUCTION SALE Whit la, Aug. and Lan 'Isohirlvart left for N'ortlv Dakota ilotwluy. Mr.., Haoding left lor North Pakotu Tuesday to harvest his crop. Everybody in this vicinity busy making hay. S. S, ItlchardtfOD. is having a dug on hi.s farm north of town. II. C. MclHmUs! arrived hist Moo- duy from iHjvil's N.D., and is erecting a. on his The ladies of the Presbvterian Church hekl an cream social at the Itiehardson Hotel in on VVedne-sday evening. The- teuies real- ized about for their efforts. There was a porcupine .seen near Hob Gilroy's last week, Miss Xeyie Richajrdson attc-ndod a i dance at Burdette last Friday. i j Jako Lienhart woat to Bow Lsiacd j j on school busizwss last Saturday. t j Billy Moffatt has erected a finc i idence on his homestead. August Albert AT 1102, FORD Tuesday, August 17th At 2 O'Ciock Mr. Maurie a business trip to j Medicine Hat Tuesday. I with the S. Alk-n Co. Ue has a ranch at Mountaurview and will there the latter part of the Big Land Deal At Magrath Magnuh, of the big- gest land "'.deals in the history this district has just been closed. Mossrs. F. H. Haycock and J, J. pur- chased the one thousand acre tract situated''south west of town from J. F. Bradshaw. The deal was closed last Monday. The price paid was per aero. Both Mr. Haycock and Mr. Head are old timers, and both have farmed in thi.-; 'district for the last, twenty years. Mr. has been in 'this district for the last 20 years, "and has made a reputation as a successful farmer and contractor. Ho was one of. the 'first'.settlers in Maprath and he did a great deal to- wards making Magrath and Southern Alberta what thoy are today. It is the best possible sign of the prosper- ity and confidence in the future when such 'men as thcso will pay for a tract, of laud they could have purchased P. few years ago for S500. The deal was made through Alvin O. Rich. Kimball and family are CRITICIZES MORLEY'S INDIAN POLICY Geo. Stringer entertained some of j his bachelor friends last Sunday. j leaving today for Portland, the tt'hitla sports are platt- iwhere will reside in future. Mr. ning for a and antelope hunt; hus sold his two sections in. Deiegatt to tht British Association Homesteaders are arriving on near- j the vicinity of Kimball for a big! Thinks He If Not Ruling With jly train. price and will The Whitla lumber yard is doing a I'ortland. business, judging from the am- into business in FRANK G. WADDINGTON Jamcs Wells was sent to IMacleod. -oing into the coun- to remain in the Police Barracks there until the next. sittings of the I try. i A dry goods mttn visited, the la store this week. i District. is -a Blood land is heM on the charge of horse Aug. Sir Duncan A. Johnson. K.C.M.G.. is at the Place Vigor hotel on his' way to attend the convention of the British Association for the advancement of i Frank Stern, livery man. is doing ;stcaiinir. science, at Winnipeg. Sir Duncan is Is favored with instructions fromU hustling business these days- Last evening whoa Mr. .lamas T.ay- president of the geographical section Mr T Tarbith wlio is Iririnor the' The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian was in the stably at Cardston a j and an enthusiast over the honor re- city, to Sell br Public on i at horse severely. The fleeted on Great Britain hy the per- my premises iiseful r x uojic AUUUOIL uii i (son's on as above a quantity _.. oro Ladies of other denominations are cordially Household Furniture effects, including: 2 Dressers arid Stands, Princess Dresser. 4 brass mounted Beds. Springs and Mattresses, extending Dining -.Table, 'Parlor Tables. Din- ing Chairs, Kitchen Chairs. Cook- ing Eange. Heating Stoves, etc. Otoods on view morning of invited'to attend. Mr. .A-dair killed u rattlesnake re- cently, measuring abour four feet. animal was frightened evidently. !'formance. of Lieut. Shackleton in the Layton was taken to the house and I soiitli. I'JoL Johnson discussed, the it was found that his leg- was .broken present situation in India at some knee and ankle. Dr. length. Brant set the lirnb nnd this moi-nins: think, the government- is not nil- j ing with a strong enough said j hy. "Lord Morley is legislating for i! a nywr.agitators and not for the great i mass of the people of India. The Freeman nad scared the iaraatc-snear-j Que.. Aug. spoc-j pt-oplt: oi the country, as a; whole. A couple 01 ranch men had an ex-'Mr. Layton is somewhat easier. citins: time corralling a couple of steers- The animals made a couple of circles around the residence of Mr. j iy out of their senses.. tacnlar blaze destroyed the Mr. Fuller, the Whit. I a butcher., adjoining the rosidenco. of (m the Tongue Point J't broke out- within made a business trip to Bow Island Wednesday. Flinn left Friday for his rtcnch j George Hogg, road tonisht. farm do "not want to. participate in- the government, and if thoy did they arc mint to do Nttither do these agi- tators want them to- Have a part in lown near Montana line. yard? of Dominion j the government, they want. power Frank G. Auctioneer Mrs. Licnhart, Miss Hay Muster "and -Mrs- McDaniel were shopp- Persons Thursday. j Park and the largo the rt- for t sort deserted the aitrasement devices to watch the burning- buildings. Six Louson was a man; fur- _ Office, 410. Kouna Street. CltV nishing ice cream, .at oh Telephone 261 'Wednesday horses valuable farm implement? a IarfTR stock Of were--.coh- WHAT COUNTS IN A RACE IS THE FINISH n particular, it is a mistake on Lord iforley's part to ad- mit an Indian to the Viceroy's Coun- cil. For one reason, .if a jrohammed- au bfc, choson.. the Hindoos will be angry and if a the Moham- medans. Further, many matters are before the coimcil which it is not should be spread abroad. British officials "will keep things .secret, but a native is likely to lot a hint drop to some of his na- tive -friends. Still ..another objection is that thu people trust' British. offi- they .will not trust one of their fellowmetu" COLONY OF GERM' Toronto THE RED CROSS DRUG AND BOOK CO. Have weighed in, and are entering the without hindkap. They will fair mnninf for competitors, otherwise the race would be uafair. The to be used in forgmf to the front witt be: Good, Pure Drugt provided from the markets; Careful and prompt dispensing as provided by Education m the best Pharmaceutical Colleges; Up-to-date buying and honest selling; Cheerful service, without servility; Prompt attention to detail; The big things generally look after themselves. Professor Harper will provide on the premises a free stringed Orchestra and doleful music. ,_ Please call and see us enter the course. Our colors are RED CROSS ACADIA BLOCK Phone 5 REDPATH STREET Firm to Locate Them, on Western Farms Toronto. Aug. practical ef- fort to follow Kipling's con-, cerniug the colonization of Western Canada .will be made by Robins, Ltd., a local real firm, which has launched a scheme of importing a splendid class of German settlers. B. Foster, manager of the firm, is leaving Toronto tomorrow for the pur- pose of opening branch offices in Win- nipeg. Calgary and, Edmonton in con- nection with the movement. On a recent trip 'abroad. Mr; Hooins secured the co-operation of German capitalists in a proposition to relieve congestion in the country by colonii- ing the Canadian West.. The idea ia new entirely. and is the largest land venture ever attempted. German and English financiers have secured im- mense tracts of -western land, -which has been staked into farms on -which it is proposed to locate the industrious German farmers, selling them farms on the easy payment plan. A guar- antee that each farmer -will come up to a certain standard, will go -with tht sale. Mr. Foster will visit Vancou- ver to study conditions of immigra- tion from the Atlantic continent. CLARKE CO. the Ladies' Store Acadia Block WE SELL frOR CASH bONT FAIL TO BE HERE TO-MORROW only one of itsjkind in Southern Alberta. A ,-oui' convenience and stocked with splendid new have a strictly up to date _ladies store equipped with every modern contrivance for your seasonable merchandise. And to our irwitation to come, have already heartily. To those we extend our appreciation for interest shown in our foods and fair pricing. To-those-who'have not yet we repeat our welcome. We urge you to tee for yourselves what a superior store thi s really Tomorrow will be a day oi great interest in the INTRODUCTORY SALE make your coming" specially "inviting by the .exceptionally low prices throughout the entire- store.: A table of 25 CENT -'specials to-morrow REPRESENTING VALUES WORTH ABOUT DOUBLE A collection o: and underwear in qualities which you no doubt have paid 40c and 50c for many a time. The underwear is fine summer weight, ribbed lisle goods in excellent qualities; vests open or closed fronts short or long sleeves or beautifully trim- med and finished. Drawers in two sty les to match. The hosiery is a collection the like of which you have never seen b efore at the (isles and cot- tons, also with polka dots or broridery work. Shown in a complete of ladies' sizes. SATURDAY'S TOWEL VAL- pure linen huck towels, in sizes 18x35. full blenched fine soft finish. Introductory price..20c ea. SATURDAY SPECIAL IN knit bedspreads in 1014 size, closely woven and fine soft Introductory price HEMSTITCHED At a little, price. Made of soft finish cot- ton in. .full two yard width, wide hem and hemstitched at one Introductory price Visit our R.'udy-to-wear Section tomorrow. Some early full styles in SUITS, COATS AND SKIRTS are on exhibition." This is a department to which .we intend to give particular attention and have selected a beautful range of latest garment? for your approv representative line of which is now on display. A special feature of this department will be its excellent values in tailored suits at the low price of Garments that fit perfectly, keep their shape well and made of absolutely pure wool materials. A good showing of these is on display for to-morrow's shoppers. Thev are a lovelv collection and wonderfully cheap. Come and look" them WONDERFULLY CHEAP quality taffeta, pure silk ribbons, in a full range of all the wanted colors, 4 1-4 inches I ntroductory price ...i.I5c GREAT DRESS GOODS self-striped dress nice pure wool cloth, colors aa- vy} cardinal, brown, catawba and I ntroductory price .....6flc VERY CHEAP TOWEL- LIN weight linen, brown crash, full 18 in. wide with'red border. Excellent -to wear Introductory 12 l-2c CANADIAN AUTHORITIES WERE NOT TO BLAME Ottawa. Ons.. Aag. tion department officials this morn- ing said that there was no foundation in the report from Ogdensburg, N. rY., that the Austrian woman there had lost her reason on account of being refused admission to Canada by Canadian officials stationed at Og- densburg. The woman who was bound for Ladysmith, B. C., was In- sane when she arrived at Ogdens- burg and there is every reason to f. _" vcucvc sue was nisiiue 'Utiiore siie was admitted to the United States at New York. Under the law the Canadian authorities had no choice but. to refuse "to admit her io Can- ada. On Sale at Co.'s Store The Good Oo.'s A. Mscdonald and Co.'s The Herald .y Job Department Headquarters for Office Stationery of all kinds Fully Equipped in All Branches of the Trade Expert Mechanics and the Latest Machinery If you have not tried us for your work, let Us turn you out a trial order Letter Hekds BillHeads Statements Envelopes Phone 106 1 Invitations I Announcements Circulars I nphlets Etc., etc. I ;