Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR OAILY HERALD: FWIOAY, AUGUST 13, WHITLA NOTES" Coal LUMP on the mnrkvjt DELIVERED or at mine Good clean Nut Coa) at mine per ton. AH coa? sold Address postcard to NEW BARNES MINE Hoval View F WADDINGTOX Phoae 261 City Agent ?rompt delivery guaranteed North AUCTION SALE AT 1102. FORD STREET Tuesday, August 17th At 2 O'Clock Uhitla. Aug. V2. Iiiko and Lan Isehirhart loft foi .Dakota Monday. Mr. Hatxlin ii'it want participate-- in tho I and if thi-y did they ar-1 j untii. tu do Vf4ther do o.iri- tonight. I' brok'1 out within j taiors want to a part in! a fi-w huniln-d of Dominion the govtmuii-nf. want- power' Miss May Muster' T'W the r'-jfur hi panurular, it is u the amusement mistake on Lord part to ad-j fo watch the burning- Six mit un Indian to the Viceroy's Coun-j raluabl.' farm oil. For .ouu if a -Vrohamnxxi- A SPECTACULAR FIRE Montreal. tacular blaze div buildings adjoiaii! George Hogg, ived tht- farm th.- n.-sid'-noe of 10 a larg, stock of S 10.000. WHAT COUNTS IN A RACE IS THE FINISH an- ciiMsen, th.? Miiukxis will be! angry and if a Hindoo, the Moham-l MK.-VJUIUS. rnanj mattere are discussed befoni the council which it i is not v.v-11 should be spread ahroaii. British officials will kei-p j things but a native is likely j tu lot a hint drop to some ...f his ria-- five frk-ri.l.s. Still anoth.'-r objection w ihat ptjoplo British offi- cial- ajid th.'y will not trust ono of! tlu-ir own follownieu." i COLONY OF GERM THE RED CROSS DRUG AND BOOK CO. have weighed in. and are entering the without handicap. They will allow fair running for competitors, otherwise the race would he uafair. The methods to be used in forging to the front will he: Good, Pure Drugs provided from the World's best 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. Toronto Firm to Locate Them, on j Western Farms TorontM. AU-. practical of-! u.rt TO follow Kipling's advice con- I corninjr th.- colonization of j Canada will b.-: by Robins. Ltd.. i j a local estate firm, which has j a schonn; of importing ;J splondid 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. Robins secured the co-operation of German capitalists in a proposition to relieve congestion in the country by coloniz- ing the Canadian West. The idea is new entirely and is the largest land venture ever attempted. German and English financiers have secured im- mense tracts of western land, which 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 the sale. Mr. Foster will visit Vancou- ver to study conditions of immigra- tion from the Atlantic continent. SATURDAY 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 CANADIAN AUTHORITIES WERE NOT TO BLAME Ottawa. Gm., Aag. tion department officials this morn- ing said that there was no foundation in the report from Ogdensburg, that the Austrian woman there had lost her reason on account of being refused admission to Canada by Canadian officials stationed .it Og- densburg. The woman who was bound for Ladysmith, B. C., was in- sane when she arrived ar Ogdens- burg and there 13 every reason to believe she was insane 'before she was admitted to the United States at New York. Under the law the Canadian authorities had no choice but. to refuse to admit her to Can- ada. RED CROSS ACADIA BLOCK Phone 5 REDPATH STREET BREAD, CAKES PASTRY from the mm mm On Sale at Brsdbeer and Go.'s .Store The Gtxxl Oo.'s A. Macdooald aud Co.'s CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store WE SELL FOR CASH cadia Block DON'T FAIL TO BE HERE TO-MORROW those f itsjkind in Southern Alberta. A and stocked with splendid new tie, have already responded heartily. To for the interest shown in our and fair have not yet come we repeat our welcome. We uree vou to T m -fi a superior store thi s is. Y lomorrow wiU be a day ui great interest In the INTRODUCTORY SALE we make your coming specially inviting by the exceptionally low prices throughout the entirv store. A table of 25 CENT specials to-morrow REPRESENTING VALUES WORTH ABOUT DOUBLE and underwear in qualities which, you no doubt have paid 40c and 50c for The underwear is fine summer weight, ribbed lisle goods in excellent qualities- vests closed fronts short or long sleeves or sleeveless, beautifully trim! med and finished. Drawers in two styles to match. The hosiery is a collection the l.ke of which you have never seen before at the price-plain (isles and cot- Wlth polka dots or broridery work. Shown in a complete range ot ladies sizes. r SATURDAY'S TOWEI VAL- pure linen buck towels, in sizes' 18x35. full bleached fine, soft finish. Introductory price..20c ea. SATURDAY SPECIAL IN knit bedspreads in 10J4 size. closely woven and fine soft Introductory price HEMSTITCHED SHEETS- At a little: price. Made of nice quality soft finish cot- ton in full two yard width, wide hem and hpmstitched at one Introductory price WONDERFULLY CHEAP R18 quality taffeta, pure silk ribbons. in a full range of all the wanted colors, 4 1-4 inches Introductory price GREAT DRESS GOODS self-striped dress nice weight- pure wool cloth, colors na- vy, cardinal, old rose, brown, catawba and Introductory price .....60c VERY CHEAP TOWEL- linen, brown crash, full IS in. wide with red border. Excellent to wear und Introductory 12 l-2c to which earl.v iiil1 in SUITS, COATS AND SKIRTS or, intend to give particular attention and have selected TV ;Si range oi latet garments lor your approval-a representative line of which is now on display A special feature of this department will be its excellent values in tailored su.ts at the low price of Garments that fit perfectly, keep their shape well and made of absolutely pure wool materials. oi these is on display for to-morrow's shoppers T ,y ure a vely eollection wonderfully cheap. Come and look them over The Herald 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 Heads Bill Heads Statements Envelopes Phone 106 Invitations Announcements Circulars nphlets Etc., etc.