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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Always the Right Goods, at the Right Time, and at right prices. Special Offer in Women's Boots pairs Women's Dongolu Button Boots, made of fine Viei Kid medium heel, intent toe. a very neat boot, all sizes, regular 2 50 pair, special price 1.95. English Dimity for Summer Dresses 250 yards of fine even finish English Dimity or Muslin, just the Ihing for a lovely cool summer dress, in colors, sky. pink, white and black. HO inches wide, worth 25c. per yard, special 20c. Men's Summer Underwear, 95c. Suit Men's fine Balbriggnn undergarments, the well-known Pen-Angle brand, warranted high grade,all sixes, worth 1.20 suit, special '.loc. Remarkable Saving, Dress Ginghams ;io0 yards of fine (|�ality even finish Dress Ginghams, assorted in fancy stripes and neat checks, alt fast colors, all marked to sell at loo. per yard, specinl price 12Jc. Ladies' Aprons at a Big Saving Ladies* good quality White Lawn Aprons with uud without bib. good length, worth 40c. Special price 'A for 1.00. Men's Cambric Shirts, worth $1.25, for 85c. Men's fine Cambric Shirts in a large variety of patterns, ail fast colors, worth 1.25. special 85e. SOLE AGENTS FOR BUTTERICKS PATTERNS. How to Make Money Buy $50 Land for $15 You can do it. I can sell it to you! 100,000 acres to select from, if you buy from me. I have some snaps in town property. A sure way to make money BUY WHEN LOW. SELL WHEN HIGH W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties Room 1, Southard Block, - Phone 122 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. The World of Sport. Lethbridge lacrosse teutu plays in High River to-morrow. This is the first time the locals have played in Hiyh River. The home team will have on their strongest force, and will muke u desperate attempt to wipe out their whitewash lien'. Nun ton lacrosse team defeated High River on Dominion Day by a score of writ's wllli the lenders wns very satisfactory In the home rlntj. The first Kiiiu.- wus pltiyed in Culgury hikI wur won hy .'I to i! in u very funl game. Uist Friduy I !)> Mad I hi tiers eVeiwd up li.v pound ing Morrison fur IT hits mill 8 run* lo tlK' lofuls � ami 4. With Sehurch in tin* liox, tho Minora went aftoi tlx. rnlrlter taking it decisively by 9-:i. Both llnrixMt utiil Mollis wrre hit lined HASF.flALl. HKCOHPS. Fii�l Johnston, secretary ol the Western ('unudn Husehull Ijimgllehas bunded out the lmst'lmll words up to hut not including July 1. , I>>thbridgw has fallen down in bat-tilkg uImI. fielding us I"'i' thfir tables. iK'ing 4-th. Klppert rtth and Morrison 7th among sixteen. I>Mtrl>riwors of tile At -lx-rtu Hons,- look nil tiki beans out n( the soup of Mrs. Wolseloy's l>ourd its Inst nVght. The return baseball ninti'h resulted in twuuty-one T- bones mnl only tour Imnuih during thi' six courses. aod Mrs. Sydney Jack�on ami Miss MuNaughton wont to Calgary oji Tuesday. At good reliable malt! wanted. Wages $'20 u month. Apply Mis. Vroonmn, Team Hatting. A.B. R. Edmonton... 1)07 KM Calgary-.....8tif> 127 Medicine Hut 9ri:i 114 Lethbridge .. Hti2 l'.Hi Team Fielding. P.O. A. Medicine Hat 7l>:i Lethbridge .. 713 Edmonton... 753 Calgary.....754 m 328 342 385 H. 233 217 231 1U1 E. tifi 72 77 ii>) P.C. 257 245 240 99.9 PC. �.�45 944 934 925 O'Doa is second ninong tho bnttors with an uvoragw of .JlUIt, Works of Modlcino Mat tieing flrxt. Tlie other mombors of tho team are hatting as follows: White, .'!(** Nunzie .270; Schurch .275. Kippert .2.ia; Foster 217; Fogarty .210; Muckin .100; Duos .189; Rogers 10!t und Morrl son .l.'iS. Uuos has 'tho ii'inarknble iveoitW of 33 stolen biiscts, Tolnmn of the Hut Iteitvg second with lf>. Mackin leatls in sacrifice hits having nwulo 1 West of Medicine Mat is next wKh 10. Rogers lends the catchers nnd Mackln the second iMiMDmcn. O'Doa is third In his class and Hues fourth Fogarty stands third among eight short stops. A in Aug tho outfielders Foster Is third and Nuuzle llth Tho local pitchers field wo!I, Sclmrch Supreme Court Sittings Tin.- case of the King vs. Neil C. Peterson, which was in progress when the Herald went to press last week, resulted in the acquittal of the accused, the judge holding that on the evidence submitted he could not convict. No evidence wis put in by the prisoner. The case of the King vs. Hooglin occupied the court all Friday morning. No evidence for the defence was submitted, and the accused was fined $200, and in default three months in the guard room. The fine was paid. Norman Stewart and Joe Kara were each bound over in the sum of $1,000 for a period of two years utul sentence was suspended. Jot. Stewart and Wui, HyBsopare their bondsmen. This finished the criminal docket. The small debt cases were disposed of as follows : McGregor vs. Evans, traversed to the next sittings of the court ; Horner vs Caldwell, judgment for $15.70 and coBts in favor of plaintiff ; Shrines vs. Savory, judgment for plaintiff for $80 and costs, with leave to defendant to set up his counterclaim at next regular sittings of the court. Magrath P. S, District vs. Collett was settled by the par-tifs out of court. French vb. Macdonald was then taken up and resulted in a verdict for plaintiff for return of $100, already paid on the laud, with interest from date of payment, nominal damages of $1 and his costs of tho action. Mr. Simmons for plaintiff, Mr. Ives and Mr. Wallace for defendant. Rose vs. Bouoh was adjourned until the return of Mr. Justice Harvey from attending the Cards-ton sittings. Synopsis, Coal MiainJ Regulations Coal mining rights of the Dominion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, tho Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years ut an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not more than 2.5G0 acres will Ik* leased to one applicant. , Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district iu which the rights applied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must lie described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in unsnrveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out. Each application must be accompanied by a foe of $5, which will l)e refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of live cents per ton. Every lessee of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Dominion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may lie permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may 1k> considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of $10 an acre. For full information application should be mode to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. N.B.--Unauthorised publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Fire Engineer Wanted. Applications will be received by the undersigned up to July 22nd, 1907, for the position of Fire Engineer in Lethbridge Fire Department. Salary Seventy Dollars ($70) per month and quarters in Fire Hull. Certificates and recommendations must be enclosed with application. Q, W. ROBINSON, 11 Secretary-Treasurer. BOTH Fashion and good taste demand suitable shoes for every occasion. "Queen Quality" Shoes enable you to indulge this taste without extravagance. And with the charm of variety and correct style, they combine moderate price. "Queen Quality" Shoes present a shoe for every occasion, a style for every taste, a fit for every foot. We want you to see the beautiful low cut styles we arc now showing at $34)0 and $3.50 a pair. FRED COW & CO. When you Fail to get that 'Hungry Feeling' Mrs. W. V. L. tlardlo and Miss In-zoln nro expected to arrive from Toronto by to-night's 'train. FOR SALE-A handsome secretary A snap for quick sale. Apply The !Herald office. It is time for you to consult utt A. B. C.' liox of Salted Sodas - a biscuit that is the very life of wheat and with just a filmy coating of refined salt. Just eat one; it will give you an appetite. It will make you feel as though you should eat. Eat one biscuit and you will be hungry Then, too, when you patronize A. B. C. Biscuits you are not only getting the best but also helping to build up tho West. If your grocer does not sell them, write for trial package und mention his name. * Address ALBERTA BISCUIT CO., LTD. Dept. 834 Calgary Alberta a aa ;