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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE tETHBRIDQt DAILY HERALD. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, IMt. PAGE FIVE BY THE AND MUST HAVE MORE MONEY NELSON COW Need the Money and Need it Quick. That is the reason they have placed their stock in the hands of the John A. Macdonald Sales Go. i X. There is not any need for us to go into detail regarding this great bargain sale of boots and shoes as the crowds that have visited the store since, the commencement of this sale testify to the fact that the people of Lethbridge know when they are getting genuine bargains. EVERY pair of Boots and Shoes in the entire stock have been reduced to the lowest possible figure, in lots of cases to less than manufacturers' cost.' So far if has been a grand success. Help us to keep it up by laying in your stock of Fall and Winter Shoes. A chance of a life time. Do noflet it pass. COOL SHOES FOR HOT DAYS Child's White Canvas and Sale price. Misses' White Canvas and S2.00. Sale price Ladies' White Canvas and Sale Ladies Fine Embroidered Canvas white, tan and grey. Reg.' and Sale Boy's Grey and White Laced Canvas to Sale price Men's Grey Canvas foxed. Reg. and Sale price Men's Fine White Canvas Laced and Sale price Men's .Fine Lisle colors, hand embroider- ed. Reg. 60c. Sale price, 3 pair for Men's Fine Black Lisle 40c 'Sale price. 4 pair for THE CELEBRATED WILLIAMS1 EVERY PAIR MADE FOR WEAR Reg. Men's bro. Welted Sale Reg. Men's Tan Grain Sale Reg. Men's Kang. Sale Reg. Men's Leather Lined Box High Merit. Sale price ____ ____ ____ Reg. Men's Dongola A snap. Sale i. Men's Black Cotton sole. Reg. 35c. Sale price. 4 pair Ladies' Black Cotton 15c. Sale price. 11 Ladies' Fine bisle Lace blue, tan and black. Reg. 65c. Sale price .............45c Ladies5 Black and Tan Cotton sole. Reg. 35c. Sale price- 4 pair for We have a large range of Misses' and Child- ren's Cotton and Lisle Hsse In tan, white and which will be cleared regard-ess of cost. Reg. Chrome Leather lined. Sale Price 50 Pf. Miners' Worth Tours at the sale price- 25 PK Miners' Waterproof Reg. Sale price _____ ____ 15 Pr. Men's Chrome Calf Sale Price 43.95 Reg. Men's Plain Toe Grain Price Reg. Men's Tan arid Black Harvesters- Only 30 pair left. Sale price MEN'S SHOES Reg. Men's Pat. Colt Barry's Am- erican' Shoe. Sale price Reg. Men's Vici Kid Fine Barry's make. Sale price Reg. Men's Cushion Barry's vici kid. Sale price Reg. Barry's VeSour Gait Sale price _ Reg. Barry's Kentucky Kid Something for the old man. Sale price LADIES' PAT. BLACK OXFORDS Reg. Ladies' Pat. Colt Blucher can Beauty. Sale price Reg. Ladies' Pat. Blucher can Beauty. Sale price......-----...... Reg. Ladies' Pat. Colt Oxford Sale price Reg. Ladies' Pat. Colt Blucher Oxford- Flexible sole.. Sale price Reg. Ladies' Pat. Blu. Sale price........................... Reg. Fancy Pat. Calf Blu.-Oxfords-Empress s Sale price LADIES' VICI AND DONCOLA KID OXFORDS Reg. Ladies' Dongola Blucher Tip. Sale price Reg. Ladies' Dongola Ox. Pat price Reg. Ladies' Dongola Ox. Pat. Reg. Ladies' Dongola Tip Sale price Reg. Ladies' Dongola Blucher press. Sale Reg. Ladies' Pat. Tip Blucher press. Sale Reg. Ladies' Dongola Tip. No. 62. Sale price Reg. Ladies3 Pat. nice easy shoe. Sale price Reg. Matron's Low Heel Don. Blucher Fer- solid comfort.. Sale Ladies' Pat. price Ladies' Dongola Reg. American tan Blucher Oxford. Sale price Reg. Ladies Chocolate Beauty. Sale price Reg. Ladies' Tan Blucher Oxford Sale price Reg. Ladies' Chocolate Blucher sole. Sale price Reg. Ladies' Tan Blucher jxrice............................ Reg. Ladies' Chocolate sole. Queen Quality. Sale Reg. Ladies Tan Wilton Calf Blucher Ox- price...................... MEN'S OXFORDS We "Will clear the balance of our pat Oxfords ranging from and S6.00. Tour choice of lot. Sale prick THE FAMOUS LIBERTY SHOE FOR MEN Reg. Men's Box Toe. Elastic sides. Sale price Men's Box Calf make. Sale nrice Men's Buff: make. Sale Pnce LADIES' KID SHOES These goods are the Empress make and for quality, style and finish are hard to beat- Reg. Vici Kid price Reg. Vici Kid Reg. Vici Kid Reg. Vivi Sale Reg. Vici Kid R-eg. Ladies Pat. Colt Reg. Ladies' Pat. heels, price....... ,Sf I-01 (I ROCH MARION A STAR WITNESS Paid Five I housand DoUrs to Sell Horses to Montreal City Montreal, Que., Sept. star ,-witness- of the Royal Commission to- was Jtoch Marion, who, a few .years ago -wnc, in the habit of selling horses to the city. Marion testified that in about twenty years he haXl out five thousand dollars in; bribes to aldermen, and civic officials; j ir< order to promote his business. i ivtr. LiiFlamme "wanted particulars. bur here witness disclosed an amaz-1 ingiy bad memory. Finally after; much urging nnd coaching he remem- bered that ex-Chief Benoit, of the fire brigade. got about of th- amount bur. he could not remem- ber the name of a single alderman. STRONG TRIUMVIRATE Hon. George Graham Tells of Three Great Men From Morrisburg POOL supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in "stock Barber Shop in of Oliver Ifehop Worrell of Nova Scotia, who recently -spent his holidays at Hub- bard'.s on St. Margaret's Bay, is a keen yachtsman and delights in noth- ing more than breasting the billows a.- they roll from the Atlantic. One day recently, while so engaged, he '-nt-ered into conversation with a guest, and the talk turned to his early life in Ontario, where his field of cler- ical labor lay till he was called to''pre- side over the diocese of Nova Scotia five years ago. And in the course of the talk-fest, his lordship told the following story: "A little .while ago I was on the In- ternational Limited en route from To- ronto east. In the chair car was Sir James Whitney, my former parish- ioner, and we swapped many a remin- iscence of former days. At Brock- vine the Federal Minister of Railways- entered the car, and 'as when 'Genial George' is present good sto- nes began to circulate, with, the re- sult that Mr. Graham turned to one the party and ''Do you that Iitt-le town? Well, Til tell you a story. Some yvars ago thrtc young snen started their careers there. One was. the enthusiastic and rector of the Anglican Church; ano- ther was an ambitious and hard- reuding lawyer; the third was the ed- itor of a struggling weekly (not to saw weekly) newspare. These three men used to meet in the evenings in the Dimmer to-'exchange outdoor opin ions of how they would run the world if they had the chance, and in the winter to read together and dream We are still serving the usual at the CUDM RESMNT TZ the Aiice Jobnson- T-d- Sd al She comes an extended visit .ith her bro- ihrco tod-n and She was accorded by M f'-'. tOCa5 "hej for the future of the her brother Jack, ail hero. There (pointing to me, said 'sdioo1 r ;tsrr tr.Auc, of Canada and I, Ifm-jhas charge of r-he lumber yard talking to comiag to Canada or Railways and Canals of Can- jhis fathers absence. D. E. Hunter left last 'for ada am the editor of the struggling! Mrs. G. C. McDonald and little i Dayton. Ohio, on business He left newspaper.' daughter Miriam, arrived Saturday! A. 0. Hunter in char-e here it any wonder that the havc taken up their residence in Miss Grace Discr returned Saturday .shoiKd add: "How many towns in the F-rcUy iittlc- cottage recently j After spending an enjoyable week at Canada can equal this record of Mor-1 Kootenay. i NEW DAYTON. i New Dayton, Aug. and Mrs, F. M. Jfcrhcrson spent Tuesday in .Letfeprklge. j Dr. and Mrs. W. AL Beck returnod from the Watcrton Monday. They report a most enjoyable limb. The fish are plentiful and bite read- ily. School will open Monday. The new school house is ncan'ng completion, The King Edward Restaurant The Place to Get a Good Meal 21 Meals Board and Room a week Candies, Fruit, Cigars and Tobacco Round Street Next Lumber Yard ;