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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Thg BENTLEY CO., Ltd. SPECIAL SALE FOR TEN DAYS ONLY. HAVING computed our Semi-Annual Stock Taking, we have Odd Lines we are anxious to clear to make room for NEW FALL GOODS now arriving. To these we have added balance of SUMMER GOODS, and for the next TEN DAYS will offer some . values which will be hard to beat. Here a few samples:- Blouses. Prints. Lawn, Hose | Ladies' and Men's Lace and Veilings, Towels, Etc. 50 PRINT BLOUSES...................oncli 40c 260 Yards PRINT.....................per yunl fie 150 Yaids LAWN..................... ' 10c 50 Yards VEILING................. 10c 200 Yards Striped ami Checked Zephyrs " 10c 14 Dozen TOWELS......................each fie 10 Dozen Glass Towels................... " 10c 25 Dozen Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose.. per pair *25r WHITE BLOUSES........Regular price SI.25 for 81.00 " " ........ " " $1.50 " SI .20 " $1.75 " $1.85 " " ........ ' " $2.15 $1.50 SHIRT WAIST SUITS... " " $5.00 $:5.(i0 " ........ " 11 $1.75 " $3.25 " " ........ " " $4.00 " $2.85 600 Yards Best English Prints......Regular 15c tyr Vlh> Button Boots and Shoes 12 pjiir MEN'S BUTTON SIIODS, regular prior-, $-1.00. for.................................... s:i CO 05 iNiir (loo. A. Sinter's Invictus Shoos for Men. Hogular $1.00 to $5.50. sizes li to 10, your choice at..........;....................... $3.50 ami $-1.00 25 pair .1. D. King A: Vo.'s Men's Shoes, regular $1.00 to $,000 acres of land tributary to Warner hove been sold this summer to over 400 American farmers, a largo number of whom will become actual settleT. There is now a large new hotel lx.'ing built and there are slready located a Store, Livery Barn and Lumber Yard and several residences. Now it your oppertunity to get lots cheap. The earlier'you ^buy the better selections you can make. Prices will run from $100 to $200 for business lots and from $25 to $75 for residence lots. Write O. W. KERR CO., LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA or apply at their oflk-es in the Southard Block. A. L. WARNER-Proprietors-O.W. KERR CO. IT HAS COME TO STAY The new C. 1\ K. depot on south Bide of tniek Invent now in a few lot*, on Cousins Harlow Survey. Choice lots on North sii{c also. ^),OU0 acres finest fanning lauds in Canada to select from. Geo. C. Millar Real Eatuto TABOR ALBERTA TRY AN | Electric Massage | Or Shampoo AT THE Hotel Lethbridge Barber Shop Most Up-to-date in town H M. PRIEST - PBOPBIETOR IN TI1K MATT nil OK J HIC COM PAXILS WINlilXO l|. oil-I'lNANCK, niu:i Pinkertons reported to tho bank Ui rectors at Chicago thai Stermluiul had been located In Hrazll uwl hlK arrest is only a matter o( hours. Enquiry at the postofflce depart -inent eiioited the explanation that Lbwery'B Claim, had been refused transmission through the mails on account ot its alleged, blaspbenemous, an ribald character. NOTICT. is hciubN given that nil creditors and others huving claims against I In- Hill well Coal ami Iron Mines Company. Limited, are re quired to send th.o same to tin- undersigned Liquidator of such Company on or before the first din November 1900, pursuant to section 9 of the Above, Ordinance. THUS. I'MiF.mvboli CuderNVood Block. Culgnry, Albertii. Liquidator nf the Imlwcll Coul unci Iron Minon Co.. Limited. Collegiate School For Boys Macleod, - Alberta | Resident and day pupils. I'tipiU ' prepared for matriculation examinations ami Commercial Life, Stenography and Typewriting, Music, ; Outdoor sports and games. Liyui-nasiuin. | .- ' Fall term begins Sept. 5th, 1906 | For prospectus write Rev. F. D. Tyner, M. A. Macleod, Alta. NOTICE. in hi. *car-ing in thlieve , be ! men to ln> innocent nnd-think the �outrages have been perpet rutiil friends of the Coal Cnuipany for tb.> '; purpose of antagonisinu public opiu- ion acainst the striking minors. - Macleod Ca/ette. i I W. II. Trotter of Winnipeg. Trades l:iiion itrgnui/er is expected here j : tbia evening. He is on his way to' i the meeting; of the Trades and l.ub-; or Congress tn \ ictoria, H.C . and en route has already organi/etl a , Trades anil'l.alior Council at He gina and llraiidoii, added bricklayers , 11 tid plumliers unions to the Moose .law Council, luo new unions at here.  A party .if cliuiliers ; ! in.tile the record ascent and d.-sivni of Turlli- inoiintaiii Sunday. The ( 1>. M. \lc - .Tavisjb of the Scrantoii correspondence school, I!. Ilarrower of Letl� : ' lirid^e. II. Lories of Uluirmoiv, i ml ,1 II Krii'ker of I'rank. i'he.x w.-ni up in a t title over an hours Inn. and c.iine iloun in ex.ictly tlorly-ate minutes And il wasn't hecause the.v found a lent in the mountain .".ml fis-t wwlcthnl llie.s came tlow n � quickly either -Frank Paper. 1'. tls.chi, charged with setting uf'f explosives at .1. Scott's house ami It. Xiiuinous house in ihe North Ward, was for trial last ' I'Yidny l.y .lust ice Humphries. Chief I'nrry and Constahle .loues gave evidence as to Ihe flndtng of loot prints from the prisoner's house to Scott's house A Thiol detective also gave evidence. He said be was paid by salary to watch an.v* miners who attempt.-,! io do damage to am person or pro|>crt,v. lie was em -ido.Ned sole\ |.y the detective ageucv S. II. l-'all'lield is taking oNer the sole management of I be farm and V r .UllleS K. J|||j;||N0|) |,y ll|Uj| or Itverli.(f ,(,, sain'* lo I ho .rfllce of John L. LuNvcott, .Mucleo.l. Alberta! past the I'airlields have supplied lludd Ueed vx. tilt milk and cream Tho Itoeds now have n nice dair.\ aiUorate /or the said administrator of their own on 1he old While place >r U-fore the l^.lay ,,f ilcloli.-i Hudson's Bag Co INCORPORATED 1670 Hot Weather Snaps Ladies' Shirt Waist Suits in Cream Navy and Green regulat $8.75 for 6.75. White Muslin Blouses regular $1.25 for 95c. Regular $1.75 for $1.35. 25 only Woman's Fancy Blouses regular 1.50 to 2.25 your choice for $1.00 Bargains for Men. Any John D. Stetson hat in the store for $3.75. |/| Men's Colored Shirts regular $1.25 for 85c. Hudson's Boy Co PHONE 31 ONE NIGHT Wednesday, September 5th The Roscian Opera Company now* Manna' nuns of Let hi,ridge. in Hie province of Alberta. I�.seu.scd I poll Ihe application of .lumo-.K Uiajhson, (|,. minimis! rui..r of estate of the al.nvi' Thomas luiia-s. docvaHod. and upon reading dairy owned by Ibe Wnirfiebl lirnlh  lie a.lmintstration granted herein ers. Among otln'-r changes lie has ami the allldavit of the said .lames nrramreil to sell all bis milk and K. Ilugbsim, sNvorn herein on the lit' nvmii to Mr. KrossiNe little nty. In ihe Rear TITIC LAST KOSK OF Sl'MMER (NOLA) THE TKXOH AK!A. -Air. SO FAIR (WALTERS)| THE UAUITONE SOLO. "So BROWN A BEER' (CAMPBELL) Prices: $1.00f ?5c Rt-Ht-rvo sent sulu opune Sattmluy, Si-ptombtT lut of 10 u. in. at lliniiibolliaui'a Drug Store. oil \ !>.. ISMI0 A\l� I l.'| IITIIKII OltltKIt that There was not a very large audience at the McCoy I'lldel'llill recital Hi Wesley church on Saturdav oNen cop.n of this order be published in .'I ! ing, lint those u ho Nfere 1bore were coitse. iitive issues of the stud "The ; deligblisl. Miss McCon with her L'thl.ridge Herald" Ihe first pulp : rich, strung, peri.'ctl.N I rained Voice lication to he not later than the 1st 'simply carhisl her hearers away-day of Septeuiber, A. I� . I'.Hlli, and Lovers of sacred music were espec upon such publication the adminis - , ia||y pleas.-il wiUi her soulful ten i ru tor immediately after tin. said : deling of LI of Ortolier, A. D.. I'Mill, shall he at IllM'i'ty in disiribllte the ol ihe said ilccoiisod or uuy I Iwtow That My lie jd.virJbr Li vet h" from the Messiah assets Mcllivgui's tint boring nn as unothcr part t laN orile Miss I'lidd'hill's solei'l ions UM.V A HUMOR, t'ol. Sam Steeh! Will Not Ue I' in Control of It \ WANTF.D. To rent, mirly In Octoljcr. with option of buying a house of nvi> nl-h\x rooinfl. Apply to Mrs. v. W. Ualbral'th, Hox 2n. W M I*. Ci.lgiuv. Alta , \nK. 'JT -Coinniis-sionor IVrry. who arrived this afternoon accompanied by Comptroller White denied positively (is fat' hh b' knew any extensive reorganization "f the \i.~s.W.M.I' . as forosbndoNv.:.'! bv a Hegjna paper in which it was sU. i-ed that Col Sum Steele would ie turn to take clmrRe of tho force .....I tbut I'erry �ould be uppointa I t  some position (similar to that m� ' held by White. Huad tho Herald adverUseitU'tits. thereof umongsl the parties thereto ' weiv \\ *11 .1.oseli and delivered ill a having regard lo the claims of which j manner that left nothing lo U> desii ihe said administrator shall llieiietl Her reading of Longfellow's have notice a� aforesaid and the said � The Famine" from lliavatha was administrator shull not he liable particularly good Those who miss-for tlii- assets or any part thereof j ,.,| this entorlitinnient missed an es-:-n dtst rlbilteil to any person of opt iouitlly good thing and it is safe Nvhose claim t*'K'h adininistralor ! to say that should these billies Nis shall not have had not ice at the time jit our city av.ain they will (ace u ol thn distribution of the said as , f,|| |,,,lls,. Miss McCoy sang in Wes- sets or uny part thereof. Dated ut Hand, this 18th day of a "trust, a. n . nmo. This order nwh taken out by .John L. 1'nwco/tt, advocate for admlniH -t ralor. lb-. Shoop's Ibntorativi, (tablet or Hipild form) is o constitutional. ikivo tisniia tonic It brings reneNV-ivl mtrenpth, lostin'g ambition nn-l vifjor to weak, lifoloss womei,. of the most prominent lesnlenls of Spokane, nn as mar.I .-d last night by bis 17-jear-old 'ion SidneN , uho roiilessed this nii.iiiit' that ho did the ileoil to get mo> to buy a suit of clothes which, h says, his father lo give Mr Sloane was for years one ,.f |!.e proprieloiK of l-la.' Sloane-I'tin  uhiilesale and retail grocery 'Si.'i-lisltuieiit. one of the largest mercantile houses of tla^eity. The \0.ll()li murk this' 'iiohth. The amount of permits is  Htied total $L1ln>.(!7 and there are others which will swell the total by $20,000, making a record for 100C to tlato. Wheat culling is well al Kdiiionton The went her in very favorable, there having been only a few local showers. The straw is short but the heads lire long and well filled There is exported to be a good average yield. I'lloNTU'IC Sl'KLLIN'O. Reform to lie Kxtended in all l>�-pitrliiionts of r.,S. IJoverniueiit, Illy Associated I'ivks.) Washington. Aug. UK.-Tho president's order eegardlng phonetic Kindling Nvill be ox tombs! to till parts o' the In it .il States go vcrumt'iit. Hy bis direction all public documents are to be printed with that form of spelling. A meeting wmk hold y�w-lerda.N. railed by Public Printer 3HI-lings of all the chief clerks of lint various departments ami a commit - _ iee was appointed for carrying l his order. The commit lee will "f�- I port al a future meeting. 11X XF.C KS8 A H V F.X PES SK. Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea coniii on without warning and prompt relief must be obtained. There Is no necoHhtty of incurring thn expense of a physieinn'a BervU'O in mieli cuhch If Chamberlain'* Colic, Cholera and Htarrhona Hemedy i� at hand. A dose of thin remedy vill r*1-li�ve the patient before n doctor could arrive. It. bus never bean known to fail, even in tho most Severn and dangerous cases and no family should be without it. For Halo by all druggists. The second bad fire of the aumnvr if HiOfl at St. Paul; Minn., wiped out the siv-Rtoi-y plant of thn American Can Company, tho Ifeintz Picklo Company's two-story distributing station and tNvo frame Hats adjoin ing tho can factory. ;