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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TMt IBTHMIDGC DAILY HIHALD, WIDNMOAV.JULY THESUE1IOW SHOES AT THE PRICE OF RAW MATERIAL in TEN DAYS Lowest Priced Shoe Sale Ever Held in Lethbridge THE PACIFIC SALES CO.'S SALE Of Ihc Entire Boot and Shoe Stock of F. GERMAN A Tremendous Money Saying Opportunity At 8.00 o'clock tomorrow morning the great sale sweeps on with renewed Women's and Children's the public the chance of a lifetime. We must raise money. Necessity knows no law. The prices that made today's sale such a stupendous success will continue for the next 10 days. Here's -your the children. NEVER BEFORE SUCH VALUES NOWHERE ELSE SUCH VALUES MEN'S GUN METAL CALF, pairs swell chrome gun metal calf, Blu- tcher bals. Tremendous value BOYS SCHOOL SHOES 150 pair boys' school shoes, grain and boi call, worth LADIES' SHOES, Ladies' fine, black and tan, Blutcher style, Goodyear welt. Regular Tre- mendous value LADIES' GUN METAL price Sate HURRY1 Mite, Here's Your Chance Large variety Miners' made miner's boot on the market. Worth at sale price S2.25 Men's and Boys' Heavy Working Boots worth up to ALL LEATHERS AND SIZES Men's Tans and Patent Oxbloods Latest Styles PACIFIC-SALES COMPANY DON'T HMSS THIS SALE- BIGGEST MONEY SAVING OPPORTUNITY SELLING THE R GERMAN STOCK OF FINE FOOTWEAR Open till 9. CAN'T TELL YOU ABOUT J THE BARGAINS COME AND BRING THE FAMILY. THE DAHLMAN QUARTETTE A scene on the open prairie wh'icnr; stretches away as far as the eye can reach in the gathering gloom of the early evening, a cowboy shack in the foreground with its attendant litter of saddles, blankets, lariets and other cowboy paraphernalia, a- fixe over which are hung on forked sticks divers pots and a group of some at work preparing the evening meal, others lounging around in various attitudes, is the ;.view which greets the. eyes of the .audience at the Eureka cur- tain rises for the Dahlman Quartette and their elaborate stage settings, aid- ed by electrical effects. The sketch on is strikingly the real thing, the singing Ik excellent. One of the boys is an imitator who introduces numerous domestic animals and fowls in one of their songs. Men'i Working Boots One hundred and fifty eftYT Wort- All leathers Worth vp to ing Boots. and sizes. ALES Cb.'s PRICE: ,50 Hurrf! (Addtional) RACES AT WINNIPEG J uly marred the pleasure of day TRIGGER AND TRAP The Gun. Club start shooting for [the Jf obeli Trophy tonight. This is a prize put up by the Dominion Cart- i ridge Co. for the 'best five scores in j six shoots of twenty-live fcirds each. 'Tise decided to make it a handicap aal. ijave arranged the .handicap in this way. For every three birds missed by a at the Industrial today and preventr j Class A mtm wil1 be allowed one ed what was expdcied to record 'extra'bind. For every three birda attendance at the fair. Aa it jmissed by a Class B man he will be the crowd almost" reached record pro-1 allowed two extra birds, and ev- jery throe birds missed h.v Class be extra; birds. This will jfive KVCT.V man the C class man will as mn A class Roy, Wilda, erai H. Time Wilson, a Lee Belgrade. 2-: aS a Frank Wilson, Billy H., Raymond Russell. (No time showa.) i The coaditions call for six shoots (First heats; only of .these above rac- twenty-five birds each and, the ei on account- of j shooter Js .allowed to throw out his One and one-eighth Sicamous Cosmopolitan half Vanguard JB Rosewood, La. Time 57 sec- (Wa.nre, Ottie. Time 1.05. BATTLING NELSON EASY Gal., July pite the fact tliat he weighed in flvt pounds less than Battling Nelson of Chicago, Wolgast if .'five the Bane a thorough whipping in a ten round bout before the Pacific Ath (lotic Club tonight. After an even first Wolgast wsxled had the advantage in six retraining I rounds. The champion did not kave a single round in his favor, an even being the best he could do. was swollen blood friini his the close of the fight. Wolguat was unmarked. It was a terrific, fight from the it was not .until the tenth round succeed in stopping Nelson's steady rushes Lf AGUE ITANOlNG Won Lost Medicine Hat 91 11 Winning 30 Lethbrvlge 83 38 94 84 Moose 94 98 Brwidon 91 97 Edmcntoo If P.O. .680 .ej5 .511 .500 .4M .441 .971 poorest score and: count only five. There is no entrance fee, and no re- striction's as to what, ppwfier or shot used. Each score made on Wed- ndght will be counted. Jf you miss a night you can make It up by arrangement with, the com- mittee. FRANCE RATIFIES TREATY WITH CANADA Ottaa, July Poodron, the Canadian trade agent at Paris, has cabled the Trade of Commerce De- partment as follows: "Treaty voted this morning with-- out division. All preliminary stages required before ratification now fully accomplished oa this side." The department takes the ground that this means that formal execu- tive sanction oi the French govern- ment now will be piven. It will now be necessary for the Canadian government to submit the treaty to the Canadian COALDALE CoaWale, July Sundaj School aixi Ladies Aid will give picnic Thursday evening at the schoo house. Everybody is invited to come and bring a well failed basket Mr. H. A. Suggitt has, purchased a line new surrey. Mesdames Comely, Suggitt, Pew Moore, Pawson. and Haley were Leth bridge callers on-Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris. ISilsson from Stirling, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Haley. Mrs. Nilsson wil' remain for a week's visit. Tbe Paulson steam outfit is break- iur Harry Burnett. Miss Gertrude Heighes spent Sim- day with her sister, Mrs. May Jones. Mrs. D. J. McArthur and son i rived from Bottineau, ST. D., JThurs- d-ay. Mr. Limblad, section foreman here, has purchased the house occupied by James Pillsbury, formerly owned by John A. Stewart. Granel Wahl brought in a car- load of settlers effects and will build east of here. SCOTCH AND ENGLISH Sporting EdTtor Herald: important event place at 10 a. m. on the morning of the 12th inst., which will no doubt an -.important bearing on any future Marathons which will be run in" this town. A representative of each of the above mentioned nations (who were employed at the Power Station in this to-wn) one of whom is a prize winner in the Marathon race of the 1st of July, met to run off five miles The Scotchman had the pluck to give the Englishman one lap. but to his surprise and astonishment could not shake off the little Englander, who stuck to him like a leech and af- ter running with, him neck and neck for eight laps tbe wee Englishman said that he could walk the other quarter lap as it was impossible. for the brawny Scotty to beat Mm. This was for big steaks. (Beefsteaks I believe.) Onlooker. We are Gvlng Away free samples of Call and get a bottle, and be convinced of its quali- ties" as a Sold inr 2oc and 50c bottles by. Hayr Bros, nine 75 F, 0. Box 2? Herald Market Place yog hlVf tivthlaf to sell or to not ajict it it this columi. If ycm want aoytkiif We this COllUDB. 25c one insertion for -SITUATIONS VACANT for light house- work. Small family of three. W. D. Box 1381, Lethbridge. 169-0 WANTED-A good Apply Mrs. Hick, Courtland Sts. general servant. corner Crabb 174-0 A competent general ser- vant. Apply Mrs. Redpath St., City. Galbraith, 914 175.0 good general servant; one who will take .cure of a. baby in the afternoon. Apply Mrs. Furman, Round St. 173-s LANDS FOR SALE FOR 8ALE-440 acres of choice land, 2 1-2 miles from good town, all fenc- ed, 160 acres in wheat and oats, (pur- chaser gets 60 good prai- .ne 220 acres will be to winter wheat this season. Ithig all goes at per acre, with flfi.OO per acre cash and the balance one half crop payments with interest 8 per cent. Apply to Canadian Real Estate Company, Room'9, Bryan Block, or Box 387, Lethbridge, Alta. 176-6 LANDS FOR half thir- teen in three fifteen, price. per ucve, terms. acres on New Wey- burn road, in six fourteen, price per acre, on terms, or per acre with equity out. All selected lands. Apply Owners, Box P, Herald Office. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SAUL FOR 3 1-2 x 3 i-2 camera and complete outfit, ley, c-o Herald office. Write C: West- dh CLARESHOLM WON Coal Ben LUMP on the market pBLTVfiRED or at mine Good clean Nut a ton delivered or at mine All coal sold Address postcard to NEW BARNES MINE Royal View Prompt delivery guaranteed Apply P. 0. Box 4G. delivery man. 179-0 class carpenters at once at the Acadia Building, Redpath St. 'Apply R. Virtue. 180-3 for general house- work in small family. Apply Mrs. Andrew Tilley, opposite ChinoDk club. 180-2 for steam plow- ing outfit, long job and good wa'ggs to right party. Apply C. L.-Atkins, New Dayton, Alta. 180-3 FOR or Woman, my south African Veteran Bounty Land Certificate issued by the Department ol the Interior, Ottawa; good for 320 acres of any Dominion Land open for entry in Alberta, Saskatchewan 01 Manitoba. Any person over 18 years, man or woman, can acquire this, land with this certificate. For immediate sale, Write or wire, L. E. Telford, 131, Shuter Street, Toronto, 165-26 FOR tent and Yost Barthol- omew. Box 591 P.O., Lethbridge. 75.-0 FOR parlor suite for sale. Apply at two-storey yellow house -on Barnes St., North Ward. 176-6 SITUATIONS WANTED POSITION young lady, English, wants position, child- ren's nurse Good needle- woman." Apply 408 Bartlett St., or Miss Woodyard, general delivery. 176-6 POSITION young man, experienced clothing and "furnishings .salesman, wants a position in Leth- bridge. Address .Box X., Herald. 76-6 SITUATION engineer on steam plough. Considerable exper- ience in that line of engineering. Ap- ply Herald office. 177-6 FOR mower, prac- tically new. Apply A. and L. S. Rip- ley, office 8, Maodonald Block. 76-0 FOR BY PUBLIC at 10 oielock, July 17th at Fred Hop- kins' ranch, 9-18-21, one bay, one Maclaughlin buggy, one set .of harness. Formerly the property of Fred Rooney. Auctioneer W. L." Wil- son. 179.4 FOR party lea ving city wishes to dispose of 20 laying hen's and 10 this year's chickens. Inquire Mgr. Hudson's Bay Company Stores. 180-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc. Box 432 Near Steam Laundry PHONE 409 Claresholm, July iS baseball team played Nanton today at Nanton and Claresbolm won by a score of ten to five. "Mauretania' is allrtbe- year-round collar. Ken who wear it in summer for its style and comfort, wear, it all winter for the same Automobiles, Grasoline Engines, Steam Ploughs and Threshing Outfits General'Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction guaranteed WORK day by young woman Experienced. Apply Miss Winnie Scott, Lethbridge, Alta. 178-6 POSITION store or of- fice by a young man with a know- ledge of bookkeeping. Apply J. Free- gard. Gen. Delivery. 180-1 70 RF.N7. .OR shop in hriving town of Winnifred, wher the Dominion Lands Agency or Bub- Agency for the district. fij proxy may be made at any agenoi iiT of intending bouaciteader. residence and cultivation of; the land iiu. eaci of three yeara: A hbmealeader lire within .of nil stead on ,a farm of'at least <30 solely owned and occupied by.him.01; by bis father, mother, ion, daagl-tei brother or sister. In certain diatricti a hometteadn ill -good, itandinf may quarter-section aronfflde hii home stead, t Price per acre. DutiaK -Muat reside six mopthi in eatti of six years from date of entry (including tbe time Tequirtd k earn homestead patent) and fifty r ftomefteirder who hat homestead right and cannot ob lain a pre-emption may take a pur chased homeatead in certain dutriclit. Price per acre. .Teaide six in each of yean, cultivate fifty and A bouse worth W.W-COBT. Deputy Minister of the Inter n for. J. W. and build- er. Special attention to repair work. Office and rdPlence 612 Conrtland St. Box 1364. 178-26 W. A. OCItPStV A.T.C.M.- Btiahelor ofe Ifuate Univ.) orftnrand theory; principal of the piano dept., bridge Conserratory of Music. Pa- pih prepared (or all For terms address Lethbridge Con-: serratonr of Music, or residence; Phone f44. TO nicely furnished in house, July the 15th. front room suitable for two gciitleineiv- with or -witho-at board. Central., Apply Bos Herald. 177-6 HOUSEKEEPING ".AiPARTMENTS- In new block on Round St., coinplete- ly furnished for housekepirg, and in' eluding piano if desired, for rent for one, -two or three months after August 1. Apply by letter t0 J. B. K., post- office box 448. 177-0 OFFICE -TO office block. Apply John D. Higinbotham.' ''180-0 TO front furnished room also single'Toom" house. Apply Mrs. E. 0. Patterson, Riverview. 8 TO room ,n mod- ern house, suitable for U'o gentle- "men at 1243 Bbmpas. 180-6 TO furnished jooms,