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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta BENTLEY CO.. Ltd. SPECIAL SALE FOR TEN DAYS ONLY. '^VAViNO completed our Semi-Annual Stock Takiag. wc havevOdd Liaes wc are aaiiou. in -l... rlto Mkc roo> for NEW FALL GOODS ao� arnviag. To lh $1.50 SHIRT WAIST SUITS... " ' $5.00 "-$3.60 " " ........ " " $4.75 " $3,25 " . " . . " " $4 CO " $2 85 600 Yaidi Beat English Prints..... .Regular i5c ^r 12^c 00 LadiesVand Men's Lace and Button Boots jind Shoes 12 pjiir aiEN'S BUTTON SHOES, regular price, :$4.00. for...............;.................... $3 65 pair Geo. A. Slater's Invictus Shoes for Meu. Regular 4.00 to 5.50, sizes 0 to 10, your choice at.................................. $3.50 and $4.00 25 pair J. D. King & Co.'s Men's Shoes, regular � $4.00 to ItJ.OO. for.....................$3.50 and $4.00 All |:)erfect goptis .but,only two or three pair of each liufi.inchidiiig Patent Leather, Tan, Box Calf, Douglas, &c 12 Pair Women's Tan Oxfords... .Regular $2.25 for $1.75 18 Pair Women's Tun Lace Boots. Regular $2.75 for $2.00 About 50 Odd Pairs of Boots at Less than Cost Price. Balance of Summer Clothing for Men at Sweeping Reductions. do meinand look at the Goods we have qu.oted. In Groceries we have the Best o( Everything at Right Prices/ BArbWirc, - Biiulcr Twine, - Portland Cement, - Building Paper, - Loaded Shells, - 0>c. r Jeing built and there are already located a Store, Livery Barn and Lumber Yard and several residences. Now is your oppertunity to get lots cheap. ' The earlier 'you ^buy the bette r selections you can make. Prices will run from $100 to $200 for business Jots and from $25 to 175 lor residence lots. Write O. W. KERR CO., LETHBRIDGE � � ALBERTA or apply at their offices in the Southard Block. A. L. WARNER-Proprietors-O. W. KERR CO. IT HAS COMETOSTAY The new C. P. E., depot on south side of track. Invest . now in a few lots on Cousiiis Harlow Survey. Clioi(?e lots on North side also, E,000 acres finest farming ids in Canada to select from. NOTICE. Geo. C. Millar Real Estate TABOR - ALBERTA School TRY AN Electric Massage Or Shampoo AT THE Hotel tcthkridfc Barber Shop Moat Up>to^te in town M. PBIEBT . PBOPBIBTOR IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES WIXCING UP ORDINANCE, 1903 ft a PinkertonB reported to the bank directors at Chicago that Stenaland hadt tieen locatMl in Rrazil and. his a,rre8t is.only a matter of hours..  i XtlfflfV'fy'** poBtofflce depart- ^�imat''elicited,the explanation tliat j,*-i: some position similar to' thiat \w'' hold by White. Head the Ilorald adverliseinenta. - 1 Jn the Supremo Court of the Northwest 'I'orritorios .Judicial District of Southern Alberta. , i In the matter of the estate of Thomas Williams of Lethbridge, ii\ I lie province of Alberta, Deceased. I.'pon the application of .James.I':. Hiighsdn, the a-I he administration granted herein imd the aflldavit of the said .lames TO. Hugh.son, sworn" herein on the fu-teenth da.y of Augast, A.D., 1900. IT IS ORDEItED that tn*^ creditors and^ others having claims against the said estate do send s\ich c.laim.s �-lth statutory declaration or af-fadavit of verification to the said .lames E. Hughson by mail or delivering the same to the ollice . of John L. Kawcett, Macleod, Alberta, udv-ocate for the suid^ administrator on or before the J-li^flay of Octoher A. D., li>06. AND I FURTHER OROJCIt that u copy of this order bo published in M con.secutive issues of tlie said '"i'hu Ijifthbridge Herald" the first publication to be not later thaniUvelst (lay of Septoniber, .A. I>., .1900, and upon such publication the admlnis -Irator immediatel.y after the said 1st of October! A.B., 1.900, shall be at liliorty to distribute tbe assets or tlie saifl docoased or any pai-t thereof amongst the parties thereto having regard to the claims of which the said administrator shall then have notice as aforesaid and the said adimnistrator sliall not be liable for tlib ' assets or any pari thereof so distribute*! , to any person of ^\4lOse claint such administ rator shall not have had notice at thfi tlmt; of the distribution of the said assets or any part thereof. Dated at Banff, this 18tli day, of August, A. D., 1900. j This order wan taken out by John L. Fawcett, advocate for 'odminis -trator. Dr. Siiobp's ilcstoratlvo (tablet or liquid form) is a con.'stltiitional, nerve tissue tonic. It brings renow-pd K.tren;gth, lnsftir>g ambition and vigor to weak, lifelass .women. Sold J. D. Higlnbotham & Co~ The street signs are l')clng placed in po.eon retained by the United Mine Workers .if AmoT'ica to defend the striking miners at Ixrthbridge, �hii are under arrest for complicity in the dynu -iiiiite outrage on the house occiipieor (.'ouncll at Re-gina and Brandon, added bricklayers Jind plumbers unions to the Moose vTaw Council, two new unions at Meno minutes. And it wasn't because they found a rent in the mountain ."SOO feet vtlde that the.v came down si quickly eithe,r.-^Frank Paper. P. Osechi, charged with setting off explosives at ./. Scott's bouse and R. ..Nimmons housx' in the North WaiHl, was conmiltted for trial last Friday .b.v .Justice Humphrlos.' Chief Parry and Constable ..fones gavi^ evidence as to the finding of foot -prints from the prisoner's house to Scott's hou.se. A Thiol detective also gave evidence. He said he was paid by salar.y to watch an.v* inlnci's who attemiitod to do damage to aii.\' perspn or profiert.y. Ho was em -plo.yeil sole.y by the detective' agency. S. jr. Fairfield Is taking over the solo tiianagcment of the farm and dairy owm'd by the Pairfield brothers. Among other changes he has arrange9,9C7 and there are others which will swell the total hy IS20.000, malcihg a record for I'.W to 9ato, Terrible 'J'ragedy at Spolcane-V -thy Man Murdered. Spokane, Aug. 28:-.James 1". .Sloane, one of the most |)roiiiinenl residents of Spokane, was murd �..eil last night by his l~-year-old nun, .Sidney, who confessed .tlds nui-nln^-that he did the deed to get luo"'V to buy a suit of clothes which, h-says, his father refii.sod to give lii-.u Mr. Sloane was for years one cii the proprietors - of \iha Sloane-I'aii.j wholesale and retail grocer.v'Cscili � lishinent, one of' the largest nver-cfuitile houses of th^ clt.v. Tlie l>.>,v says that \vjien he .saw his father asleep in his chair hi- went down slair.s tn : known to fail, even in the most nev- � ere and ildngcrous cases and no family shoidd be without it. For sal� by all druggists. 'J'hc second ha'd fire of the summer of lQ.O(i at St. Pftui: Minn., wiped out the six-stoi'y plant of the Ameri- , can Can Company, the Heintit Pickle Oomfiany's t�'o-story distributing ^ station, and two frame flats adjoin r' Ing the can factory. ;