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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LCTHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, II CLARKE ff CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 WE SELL FOR CASH Acadia Block Week-cod Values from ietii- bribe's Only Ladies' Store This week-cud list has been specially prepared to meet present to keep warm in. to enjoy to the fullest extent these cool .Fall at a minimum You need not be an expert on values to recognize the splendid possibilities of these items; and as for everyone is fully up to the high standard maintain- ed by this fully assured of that Just a few brief descriptions. PURE WOOL. collection of good weight cashmere goods in ladies'" sixes only, absolutely pure wool, full fashioned, seamless feet, spliced heels and toes and some excellent qualities in all wool ribbed hose, for boys and girls' scchool wear in a complete range of sizes from 6 1-2 to 10 in. CITY "AND DISTRICT "IV. B. Guitaa, of Indian Headr Sask., inspector of forestry work doue by the farmers in connection with the Dominion forestry depart- ment, is in the city "today. K. D; Johnson, A. B. Stafford and Notice To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge .1 beg to announce to you that I will bv a candidate in the Ladies' Fall Vests and weights in white and natural colors. Fine and evenly wov- en and unusual values. Fine in a wide rang-e of colors, spots, strip- es and floral val- ues. Striped splen did weight English cloth in light and medium colored-stripes. 32 ins. wide. Splendid Towel huck goods in white only, hemstitch- ed Turkish towels in large sizes, white, or brown. All Wool splen- did collection in light, medium and dark colors: spots; stripes and floral design stable. Children's Nazarsth The genuine, well known make; per- fect fitting and very durable. All children's sizes. Heavy Cord very rich cloth for ladies' suiting or child- ren's wear; shown in colors navy, brown, green, fawn, and plum. Excellent Quality fine quality garments shown in cream or white; splendid weight: long sleeve vests and drawers to match. Heavy Brown Finely woven, pure linen goods in Id' to IS incii widths; easy to wash; fin- ished with red border. Boys' Buster of soft, h'-nish Morocco leather; colors brown, red, black and white; buckle and front ornament. Fine Net in newest tailored style; white or ecru; fine quality net trimmed with inser- tion and tucking: silk lined through- out. Fancy and.dain- ty, effects in-lace, silk and applique. Ay bite and a great variety of becom- ing colors. Fine Knit values in ladies and misses' sizes: colors black, navy, brown, cardinal and cream. Table .quality pure linen goods in half or full bleached; splendid weights and very unusual values. Full two Yards wide'.' J. B. Lethbridge leave tomorrow morning for Crow Indian Lake, east of Warner, for g. two wt-eks' shooting trip. ing election for Alderman. Having been .a resident, .of tha for five years and, owing to the fact that my own personal in- Frankie Benie was compelled to j tercets lie in that district, I shall, if, pay and costs for selling liquor i CORSKier bound to without, a license. Inspector Nun- mons prosecuted and the case, more particular attention to that tried before Magistrate Humphries. Macieod Bros., the Great Clothiers of the Great West, have leased half of the ground floor of the new Al- portion of the City. A further an- nouncement will be made shortly.. JAMES W. 258-3 Oaity Herald Market Place have to sell or to rent plice it this column. If you want anything use this column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for SI SITUATIONS VACANT one ac- customed to land business preferred. Address Box 197 Taber. 259-6 woman cook at once, 'good plain .cooking, for Hotel at Bow Hotel Myrtle, Bow Is- j land. 254-6 __ berta block being erected on Round FRUn- stEALER GOT THREE MONTHS George Redd pleaded guilty this morning TO the charge of breaking in- to a car and stealing some fruit from MacDou-gall sentenc- j woodsmen. Highest (going wages paid. Elk Lumber Co. F. G. Waters, auperintendent, Hoa- iner, B. C. 237-0 street, opposite the Balmoral hotel They will occupy these premises about November 15th. This firm fin-d their present quarters entirely too small for their increasing business. Their new quarters will give firm of hustlers sufficient accommo-l f. have not had the matter reD The Canadian Real Estate Co., Room 9 Bryan Block. 'Phone 211. 254-6 FOR section land in best wheat belt in Southern Alberta, 450 acres under cultivation; 250 acres in fall wiheatf, good stand; 200 acres just threshed out. No hills or ponds. Engine can plow all. 2 elevators and station at one corner. All fenced House IS x 32 x 12. Barn 24 x 32 x 18. Granary 16 x 20 x 10. Good spring, 200 feet from house and reservoir to water stock that never goes dry, fed by springs. Apply or write to M. H Flock, Dallas Hotel, 'Leth- bridge. 257-G FOR proposition will pay its way. Will rent 1-2 section ir- rigated land 2 1-2 miles from Leth- bridge; 9 room house, cistern, cel- lar and phone. Stable 22 horses. SO acres in fall wheat. Stubble mostly turned. worth of hay-produc- ed annually. Renter must buy for (No cash if secured) all ma- Ghinery, cattle, horses and house- hold mrniture. Big chance to make oO to 100 per cent, of these brood mares, stallion'and butter cows Terms to suit. Apply Box 85 Office. 255-0 FOR nice level'lots in Blk. 17 Alexander Addition for dollars cash. Cleac Title. Owner 218 Third Avenue West, Calgary. 256-6 REAL ESTATE FOR' 7 room house.close in, a bargain, good terms. House and 19 lots well' located, price good terms 1-2 section land 1 1-2 miles from R. R. and; town, price per acre good terms. C. P. R. land for sale in large or small tracts, easy mente Galvin-Hatfield Co. Office Room 1, ptt Block, Lethbridge. Phone 457- 255-0 TO RENT TO sunny room., .furn- ishedy-suitable for two men. -Terms reasonable. CJose in. -'5A.pp.jy 424 Smith, St. "259-6 A GREAT SNAP-In B. C.- fruit lands. 10 acre tract for sale cheap.: Very easy terms. No interest. Rail- road facilities for shipping. Al soil. Or, -will exchange for city property rf taken soon. J. Francis, "Lethbridge P.O. or last tent west of new steam laundry, after 6 o'clock. 258-6 FOR acres of choice land 3 miles from good town, all fenced, 20 acres winter wheat, 120 acres stub- ble. Balance prairie meadow, which can be broken if desired. This is an Al piece of land and is only 13 miles from Lethbridge. Prici for quick sale ?35.00 pec cash, balance (One-half crop payments with interest at 8 per cent. Apply Canadian Real Estate Co., Bryan Block, Room 9.' Phone 211... FOR for horses and cows, 4 miles southeast of Lethbridge. Lots of straw. Apply F. H. Cox, 34 All tenders to be accompanied byj a certified cheque for 5 per cent, of j Argyle Ave. 256-6 ibid. Plans and specifications can TO roomed brick house. Apply Mrs. _E. N. Wafcely, Duff Ad- 256-0 PROPERT-Y FOR-SALE FOR roomed cottage, close North Ward School; water, electric' light, furnace. Lot 48x137. Barn for 6 'horses. Rent per month cash. Balance to suit. Apply R. V. Gibbons, "Ott Block Phone 222. 259-3 FOR SALE new seven I these''it is expected will complete the Is- en at the office of the Secretary TO furnished bedroom] Corned fully modern "house on i taking oi evidence'in Manitoba. Txeasm-pr _ Turner Co. Grain Commission Trees Suited i For Our Cities! AN EXPERIENCED-HOUSEWIFE k u o -w 5 that Sunlight Soap means a wonderful saving of time and labour in house- cleaning. Whether with hot or cold water, nothing gets the dirt off so quickly and without injury as Sunlight Soap. Use it the Sunlight way. Follow the directions. i MONEY TO pay rent i when we can let you have money enough to build your own house "at 16 per cent. We loan money on all I kinds of city property, on terms that' cannot be made. by ethers, because we get the money from where it is i cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne- gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be sure I and see us; when you want money. jPhone 394. Empire Land Co., Ott 'Block. 252-0 TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing for Bath or Toilet in hot Ribbons for all machines. Carbon Paper, per box 100 sheets, from _____ S3 Copying Paper, ream, from jc Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES SS5 to SI40. Call and get terms. The lowest or any tender not'ne- cessarily accepted. GEO. C. MILLER, suitable for 2 gentlemen. Central.'near new Central School. Apply P Modem conveniences. 416 Burdett i Mac-Murphy, Mgr. South Alberta Lum St.. 253-6 !ber Co- Phone 225. 20OO TO seven .roomed hous? on Ford St. No. 1206. Apply Frank -Loek- j Ford St. 258-0 Secretary-Treasurer. FOE houses, neiv and up to date, just east of Westminster- on William street. These ax? snaps and TABER: 12th, October, 1909. worth investigation. ROOMS TO cash. Price Balance S30-00 is'hed rooms.. Well heated and lighted.} Per 'month. Apply The Canadian Hot and cold water. Apply John Can- Seal Estate Go. Room 9, Bryan tin. Room 2 Hill Block. 258-12! Block. Phona 211. 258-6 FOR on Williams St.! per month. R. Y. Gibbons.: 253-0 i LOST weather. For washing underclothing i WESTERN STATIONERY CO. the A. At last night's meeting of Municipal Convention Mr. partment of the interior, delivered his lecture on "The Forests of Can- so as to allow the 20 Lineham blk., Calgary, Alta. committee to retire and he able to j 314 Grain Exchange, "Winnipeg, j report bcforc lhe closc of the ling. Consignments Solicited i Vr T- .Jt-, is T-i. i i i Kncchtil, the aid of num-! Ef Liberal Advances crous slides illustrating the standing j j forests, depleted wastes, methods of j g Prices in store Fort William, i re-stocking, etc., showed how valu-j able the forest is to man and how j it is unequalled. I purifies. Cleanses and Oars pas n ri 10 ni is that" it should Calgary, Alta.. Oct. R Closing. b, destroyed. not Cash Grain Closing Prices WHEAT Nc.l Northern.............9J OATS- 2 c.w M BARLEY 3 FLAX 1 u.v 1.SO- 1 1.48 T. E. PATTESON, Agent Lcthbridce. He showed many pictures taken from the Black Forest of Germany and the woods of Italy, and told how the forests arc cared for. Ho also stated the varieties of Draying and General Transfer Prompt attention to all Coal Orders. C. O. D. Phone 365 The old Freight Shed north of track Parties purchasing to remove same and clean up ground within thirty days. Proposals- for same will he re- ceived up to Monday, September 27th LETHBRSDGE. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS A ay person wno is Ttte sole head c- a family, or any male over 18 yeari old, may homestead a quarter-sectioi j of available Dominion land ia Mstii coba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Th- applicant must appeax in person the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency for the district. EntTy b> proxy may be made at any agencj iAt of intending b-Omesteadet. Sirs months' residence upo: and cultivation of the land in eac> of three years. A homesteader ma.i live within nine miles ol nis home stead ou a fsrm of at leRSt 80 soleJy owned and occupied by him o; by his father, mother, son. daughter brother .or sister. In certain districts a in good standing may pre-empt t quarter-section alongside his Price 53.00 per acre. Duties reside six months in eact uf six years from date of entry (including the time required TO Apply 529 Round St. WANTED TO Modern house j Stirling.. Alta. buy part of furniture. J. Mur- phy. Palace Meat Market. Hill EEWARD-OriC black mare three years old weighinsr about 1200 ?s' Star Behead.- Branded com-- bination reversed D and A on right shoulder. Return to C. W. 254-6 Block P O Block. (J. 171 >P-q 259-3 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE T nQT TT, i A i v Three Head or work horses, one ed F ever horizontal 6 on the left shoulder; one bay horse brand- Jed RD on the right thigh; one bay FOR New Smith Premier, No. j branded E ou the left thigh. 4. Apply to Box Herald Office, i The horses have their manes cut. 254-6 reward. Owner George Olshas- _ _______ _ jkA- Lethbridge, Stafford Village, Wil- liam Street. 255-6 FOR shop at Milk River. Business large and grow- ing-. Well equipped. Apply Hahn- rast and Ruschell, Milk River. 259-6 FOR about 1200 Ibs. j Broken to drive double, or for saddle. Suitable for delivery. -George Chell. earn homestead patent) and fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has his homestead right and cannot oh tain a pre-emption may take pm chased homestead in 'Certain districts Price per acre. Mus" Beside six months in each ol years, cultivate fifty acres and A bouse woHh W.W.CORY, Deputy Minister ol tbt -r N.8. Unauthoried publi