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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIOQE DAILY HERALP. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 30. MQE FIVC STOCK-TAKING SALE Closing Day At Convent For the next fifteen days we will gia Twenty per cent, discount on all Oxfqi, except Queen Quality, in Men's, Womis and Children's, to clear out all lines bete taking Stock end of July. j We are offering values not equalled irf- berta, and you cannot afford tb miss is great money-saving sale. f The closing exercises of the Separ- ate school took place this morning and are considered to-be the best oi' the many excellent "closing exercises given by the pupils of the school. Fathers Lestancc, Roseatrj.nl and Meyer, as well as a number of the parents of the children, were present. The room was t.vf'lv decorated and .with the two nunured children in holiday attire a brig-ht scene. The program included some excel- lent piano music, a particularly fine exercise "The Magic -a para sol drill by the little girls, a tam- bourine drill by the older girls, and a play "Kirur Alfred" by the junior boys. Recitations and com- pleted a very nn'oyable program. Father Instance expressed his sur- prise at the excellence of the per- formance and .crave the pupils some kindly fatherly advice. As usual the display of work vras excellent. The When you're tired of cooking on these hot days, just re- member that the Alexandr a serves delicious meals at popular prices. IPs a restful, cool, airy place to lunch or dine N. H. Murray Prop. Daily Herald Market Place WANTED AT dining oom girl. Apply at Hotel Windsor. 163-0 For a first-class job in 'drawings, writing, J CLEANING- AKD DYEING clay modelling, collections of flowcrs Ladies'or Gents'Clothes call at and noxious gave evidence 01 j the excellence of the work tem? dene j CITY DYE WORKS of the work of the j first class blouse and kirt ironers. Apply Lethbridge, laundry Company. 164-04 general servant. Apply The exhibition of the work of the, girls in sewing and ianery wcrk was i Phone 333 especially creditable to pupils and teachers. Men's Tan Oxford, reg. sale price Men's Tan Button Ox. reg. sale price Men's Pat Colt Ox. reg. sale price Ladies' Shoe, Oxford reg. sale price Ladies'Oxblood Ox. reg. sale price Ladies' Pat Colt Ox reg. sale price And Many other Bargains that space ill not permitrgiving here. your mey with you in bunches, because Money Tfes All the Time; THE FOOT TOGGER1 NELSON COW i TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS i Forty-five minutes before he was to have been hanged for the murder of] Sidney TIerndon, Claude Brooks, aj negro, was granted a thirty day re- i prieve by Governor Hadley, of Mis-1 souri. At last night's meeting of Congress of Women at Toronto, Fraulein Ide Kirch, of Germany, made a warm ap- peal to women of Canada and the United Staites for ttoe establishment of municipal aid oflices under direc- j tion of men and women lawyers. Simeon Le ceputy minister of public works in Quebec, has re- signed and will be succeeded by Mr. Silvestere, who has been secretary of the agricultural department for the last eig-hteen years. G. T. Somers, president of the Sterling Bank of Canada, Toronto, left Vancouver today for Winnipeg, where it is understood a branch of the bank will be established shortly. An agitation is being made to stop a few women teachers from, con- ducting Chinese Sunday school class- es in Ottawa. The Anglicans have al- ready decided against the women teaching. Daily Herald's Patterns ACTIVITY AROUND SUNDIAL Landseekers Scouring Country in Search of Farms Sundial, June air. S, Knutson Arrived, here with two carloads of rsettlers effects from Ashby, Minn., is now very busy hauling his goods onto his farm, which is locat- ed ten miles from Sundial. We are g-'iad to see our neighborhood still Miss Manda Engen and Mr. Thomas Knutson and Mr. M. Brathammer at- tended the ball game and dance at Bowville on -Tune 22. C. C. Collins, of Kenmare, N. D., passed through here on his way- to-1 trip to the west half of section 5-15-19 to .Messrs. M. Bqanuner, G-. Lund, take up homestead duties and begin j and T. Anderscvisited at Sundial cultivation. His family will arrive j on Sunday. here in a few days. j Mr. Hans Jan is also among John Gibson and Mr. L. Jones Lour settlers. Hirrived with some made a trip to Lethbridge last week, j settlers' effects i week, and was Mr. Jalmar Buskerud and Mr. Phil- accompanied by s wife and family. .John Fauske perl -hrouirh here on Sunday on ij way out to his homestead. I ip Iveten, of Ashby, Minn., have come up to look at land in. this vicinity. Miss- Pearl Ingram called at Sun- dial last week. Mr. S. "Knutson and son Thomas, made a trip to Lethbridge Monday. Miss Manda Enjren visited at Mrs. shooting with iint to kill Samuel O. Lundgaard's on Sunday. Kabinovitch at aorm south of the Mr. Ole Kjossos made a business city on COMING TO LETHBRIDGE The city is to a most inter- esting person for a public entertain- er. Norbert Sinai, who will appear at the Lyceum, is. interesting not only because he is- a soulful violipist who ranks among the greatest w. the world, but also' because of his his- tory. He was formerly a cadet at the University of and being an ardent sympathizer with the re- Russian reform movements, he banished to Siberia, but with friends' managed to overpower their guards and escape, after being seriously injured by their treatment. Two months later they- reached Aus- tria. Norbert Sinai came to America and is now playing his wonderful violin tc earn money enough to go back to rescue his sweetheart, a Uni- versity student, .who was also taken to Siberia when he was. aiytbinf to sell or to rent place it this columi. U you want aoythiuf use this column. 25c one insertion 6 for SI SITUATIONS VACANT male stenograph- r wanted at once, Box 0., Herald Office. 154-0 VANTED acres of and before July 15. Land located 1-2 miles east of Lethbridge. Apply V. Gamble, Westminster Road. 164-6 dOAL LUMP COAL a ton delivered or a ton at mine STEAM Plouan COAL 75c a ton at mine All Coal sold C. O.D Frank Waddington, Agent Phone 261 Dupen Co. ROYAL CITY o Mrs. St. G. L. Eraser, 327 Ashmead FOR 1-2 x 3 1-2 camera and 166-6 to do" washing evr TV Monday. Mrs. J. R. Anderson, Jnion Bank. boy to deliver the Daily Herald., east of Smith St. 168-0 few outfits for backset- M1SCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. complete outfit, ley, c-o Herald office. Write C. West- dh M. RUMELY CO. will deliver from now, on, the Alberta boiler on their traction engine. Don't buy a boiler that doesn't come up t0 the boiler in- spection act. 165-6 IFOR SALE Man Woman, v> vm.iJ.i.3 ivi ry> i ur w ULUciii, .uiv ;ing. Apply to -das- -0. Kerr, Box 658, South African Veteran Bounty Land Tity. 168-3 Certificate issued by the Department of the Interior, Ottawa; good for 320 acres of any Dominion Laud open for entry in Alberta, Saskatchewan or Manitoba. Any person over 18 years, man or woman, can acquire this land with this certificate. For immediate sale, Write or wire, L: E. man with some ex- perience in office for Insurance, Real Estate and Loan office. Give refer- ences and salary required. Box T., Herald. 168-2 girl for light house- work. Small family of three. W. D. Box 1381, Lethbridge. 169-0 SITUATIONS WANTED FIRST CLASS SALES for engagement 12th July, long ex- perience in fancy goods, drapery, or would take exhibition engagement as had former Apply No. A., FOR acres of brome grass kay. At Stafford Village. Can be cut any time. Apply to Matthew Lo- gan, Stafford Village. 167-6 for Seattle exhibition, exhibition experience. Herald office. 165-0 as traction en- gineer, 25 years experience on thresh- ing engines. Apply to D, C. Mc-Allis- ter, Pincher Creek. 168-6- TO RENT. TeliordT 131, Shuter Street, Ontario. Toronto, 165-26 FOR immediate sale, 12 head of horses, weight about Ibs., one about lbs._ Apply to Argyle 168-6 Paul Audet, Phone 244, Cor Ave. and Bartlett St. FURNISHED ROOMSr-to rent in modern house, 1102 Ford St. 164-6 FOR have acres of half breed Indian scrip, .by piece or in block. Location guaranteed. Ap- ply F. E. Mason Land Co. 163-6. GENERAL three days of bedsteads, dressers >nd good1 cook' stove, also heater and kitchen table. 20 Argyle avenue. LOST 10 furnished bedrooms, and per month. Apply A. E. Hamm, 1st new cottage east of Crabb St. on London Road. 164-6 O ouse. room in modern Apply ist'house "west of base- all grounds, Brunton St. Riverview. 165-6 OR shop in thriving town of Winnifred, where have been for sale the last two weeks. Will be vacated 18th of July. Person who rente to supply come, 1st choice. P. J- De Marce, Winnifred, Alta 166-28 At Brandon Oil "O'Neil was com- mitted for trisin the charge of When You Buy Fruit Lants Why not buy them where there is the most money to be made off them If you do. Creston District is the place. Our land is just as not need irrigation, climate can't be beat, and we are from 24 to 60 hours nearer the market. Isn't that evidence enough that Creston District is the place to buy fruit .lands We have 8.700 acres m one tract and we are sub-dividing it into ten-acre blocks, and our price is per acre, one- fifth down, one, two, three and four years for the balance, with interest nt The C. P. R. runs through this land. LADIES' SHIRTWAIST SUIT Paris Pattern No. 2918 All Seams Allowed Old-rose mercerized poplin has bee used for the making of this' attrac t-ive model, which is most simple i construction.'The waist closes through the centre front box plait with cut jet buttons, and a pocket ornaments the left breast. The round turn-down material, trimmed with an insertion of butter-colored lace and edging to match. The regulation shirt sleeves are gathered into straight cuffs of the material or. a plain one-piece sleeve has been used, if desired. The nine-gored skirt is attached to the waist, under-a belt of the material, the lower edge being finished with a wide hem. The pattern is in seven to 44 inches bust measure. For 36 bust the suit requires 11 yds. of material 20 inches wide, 9 1-2 yds. 24 inches wide, 8 1-2 yds. 27 inches __ wide, 6 yds. 36 inches wide or 5 1-2 IJ-Q in McDonald Block, yds. 42 inches wide, 1 yd. cast off clothing, etc. months' residence upon T mv' for old clotnins, shoes, j cultivation of the land in A homesteader may. orhia home leasV 80 i soieiy ownea uuu by him. 01 I by his father, mother, son, daughter, VTT T brother or IT jOu A_ y -t'rn a homesteadei fctrei.-. t 'staildmg may pre.-enipt alongside his home -tcftd. Price 53.00 per acre. Dukes, reside six months in eacn years from daie of homestead u In" Owr.or' d'ucludiag the time required tc i, V bv c-nliins: HorwUl homestead patent) and cultivate ia> ..-LI.' _; 1. Kary Stuart 2. The Substitute 3. Modern Magic 3 O N G> Wfaei the Wkipoorwill sings Mirfierite Arnold B. Wurneli The Skatorial Acrobatic Dancer The Barrel Jumper CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE nd LOANS F-VRM Insurance Company aro on-pared to erar.t lO'ini on A" very reason- able terms. T. E. Patteson, "Agent. BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND Sfry -icroh extra. homesteader who has exhausted hi- homestead and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pm chased homestead in certain district. Price per acre. xeside six mouths in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres aad erect a house worth Deputy Miuistsi of tbe lett St. ;