Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
TMt ifctmmoac MIRALD. PAQC CLARKE ff CO. The Ladies' Store 453 Acadia Block WE SELL FOR CASH Saturday Rich in Splendid Economies Tomorrow is to bo u day of rapid .selling and enthusiastic buying, for you can be sure that such splendid money-savin-; chances as the ones mentioned in today's store news won't have to go a-begging to be picked up in short order; and the high merit of "Ladies' Store" merchandise will emphasize with par- ticular force the character of these splendid economies. Of course, this is but a brief summary of the many advantages and saving chances at this busy store the many things with price tickets announcing their exceptional values will be the re- ward of thrifty shoppers and space forbids mention of but a few of them here. So the hint and be here morning is the best time to buy. HEMSTITCHED Made of splendid quality full bleached cotton, size, finished with deep hem and hemstitched. TURKISH GOQU size and splendid weight; firmly woven, white or brown. HEAVY A splendid weight English cloth. 32 ins. wide in light and medium colored stripes. TABLE Beautiful quality in pure linen goods, half and full bleached in 66 and 72 in. values. HUCK Made in size 20 x 32, closely woven, good wearing huck; red borders. TABLE Fine quality, pure linen goods, size 20 x 20, hemmed and ready for use. PURE Heavy brown tracks and fine linen crash, 16 to 18 ins. .wide, splendid weights. TABLE 'Made of fine, full bleached da- niask, size 2 x 2X yds., pretty floral and small designs. BROWN TURKISH Heavy weight, splen- did to wear and easily washed; 18 in. wide. FINEST CREAM Made of finest pure wool, extra soft. 23 in. wide, guaranteed un- shrinkable. STIRRING VALUES IN READY-TO-WEAR GAR- TAILORED SUITS, COATS AND SKIRTS AT ALLURINGPRICES this early in the season our ready to wear 'section is creating a high water mark. for values in Women's Garments. Some of the most charming creations in all sorts wearable are here at prices enticingly low. The woman whose dress allowance is limited finds that she can purchase to greater advantage here than any place else in 'this city. .Her garments, top, will be the most stylish the best tailored to be found. Take any standard you choose, measure our wear- ables by it, arid you will see -that by every test, they rank with the best. A nice collection ot new stvles for fall' is your selection now. ALL WOOL DRESS Fine poplins and striped serges, beautiful goods in a full range of all the wanted color- ings. ALL WOOL Colors navy, brown, cream and cardinal, made-in 41 in. width, nice fine finish; wash- able. ALL WOOL Finest grades of pure wool goods; guar- anteed washable; medium dark colons. HEAVY CORDED Beautiful tones of fawn, brown., green. cardinal and helio. extra heavy cord and exceptional value. WIDE CHINA Nice evenly woven silk wide, usually colors. sold in full 24 ins. at 35c. Shown in all PURE WOOL CASHMERE Wonderful value at the price; made in ladies sizes only; full fashioned, seamless feet; spliced'heels and toes; extra elastic tops. A BUG-PROOF POTATO FOUND Unitarian Minister in Massachu- setts Has Succeeded in Grow, ing New Variety Montana1; IMass., Sept. Rev. Amos Somers, a Unitarian minis- ter here, stated that he has succeeded growing a "bug-proof" potato. He j NOTICE Church of Christ Church of Christ or Christian Church whose members are com- j moiily known as Disciples of "The vines of iny potatoes have a i Christ living .-in Lethbridge or peculiar odor, which offensive to! vicinity are requested the potato bug, for it never goes! nicate with Bro, C S. "Farrow near them. I. have bugs from Lethbridge Steam Laundry, giving plant, of the usual typ, in the next j h fa an fc. row in my potato patch, and in half! f an hour I cannot find one." jant communication for each of you _______________ I in connection with church "vork Alberta Christian CARDSTON NOTES Cardston, Sept. .Mr. Van Pelt s, in from his mine last night. He is elated with the prospects at the camp. The body of ore has been as- sayed at Great Falls, Mont., and at the government assay oflice at Port- land. Both very satisfactory, showing copper, silver and gold, the total value of which is about to the ton. ,Mr. Van Pelt has let the contract for the first six miles of the road and hopes to do some shipping this fall. The annual party of the Cardston military band was held in the assem- bly hall last evening. John W. Woolf BOARD AND ROOM Vi you hive to or to rent pitce it ic this column. If you want anything use this column: 25c one insertion 6 for PROPERTY TOR SALE FOR room house on John St. N0. 3. Apply Box Leth- bridge. FOR double lot close to Westminster 'Road. A bargain. Apply Box 435, City. 2194 FOR lots corner Argyle and Westminster, Apply P.' 0. Box 614. 21IHJ FOR Remington type- writer with tabulator, at a bargain. Apply Citizens Lumber yard. 187-0 FOR must be coovec from property. Apply Geo. W. Whel- en, Lethbridge Woollen Co. !9ShO WANTED IMMEDIATELY Five painters. Apply to W. Shaw, Victor- ian -Mansions, corner Redpath and Cutbill Streets. 224-2 FOR SALE new seven- first class union brick rooraej fully modern house on Coutu layers wanted at once. Write Shan- A room, centrally located, j modern conveniences. Lady. Box B, G-. o-o Herald. 222- MONEY TO LOAN Our Mr. Bjorkblad has just return- ed from a trip in the States, where he made arrangements for practical- ly uii unlimited amount of capital to' _ jnon Bros. Aha. Cassidy, Raymond, 224-6 be placed in Lethbridge, and sur- rounding District. Loans on city property, monthly payment 6 per cent. Straight loans three to five years. Loans on improved farms; .loans lor Laundry work. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co 134-0 YOUNG LADIES and Colonial Photographic Co., Rooms 1 and 2, Oddfellow Block. 23-6 to do light work in small family Good 49 Argyle Ave; house- near new Central School. Apply P. MacMurphy, Mgr. South Alberta Lum her Co., Phonr 225. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS carload of ladies' and gentlemen's old clothes, shoes, and old gowns. At once. Moss, Box 94, Lethbridge. buggy and harness or democrat waggon at once.' Apply wages. 330 Crabb St. 219-0 once, a good general on wild lands-; loans On agreements j Apply .to Mrs. E. G. Hazell, j presided at the exercises. An gages. .sale, .and loans on second -mort-i cor- Courtland and other points across the river, on business. Miss Ella Cook has accepted .a tem- porary position as teacher in West- minster School. Wm. M. MacCrostie, of Lucknow, visiting his uncle, Mac- Crostie of the North Ward Drug Store. BOY WAS KILLED BY SAND CART .Ottawa.. Ont., Sept. youn: TWO OF the best Re- sidential Lots in Lethbridge Street, close in General Teaming We do all classes of teaming on the shortest notice. faction guaranteed. If you need coal and you -want the best value your money wiH buy, see me. Coal must be paid for on delivery. cellent references Address A, No. 1 from my place Sat-- urday evening, August 28, four head of horses described as follows: I'.bay mare, weighs 1150 Ibs., branded re- versed J on left hip; hind feet white. 1 bay gelding, 5 years old, weighs 1250 Ibs., branded W on right shoul-- der; has halter on. 1 grey gelding, branded D reversed J on left hip and rightjaw; 1 grey gelding weight Ibs., branded inverted U--left shoul- der; on the order of spike tail. reward will >be paid "for information-' leading to recovery of same. T. P. Coaldale, Alta., Canada. 23-6 work horses bearing col- lar marks, one tall black horse weigh- ing about aged 10 years and one a bay with, heavy mane weighing aged 11 years. Strayed from Taber about Aug. 18th. reward for information leading to return to Tainter's Livery, Wire Henderson Bros. Taber. 19-6 vertiser. Macleod, Alta. c-o Macleod Ad- 223-3 taken in or ctone at private homes. Good work at reasonable rates. .Mrs. Both am, Torrance Ave., beside railway track. 222-Ox POSITION .educated lady wishes position of trust as cash- ier or managress. Good references. Apply Box M. S. Herald Office. 222-0 __ TO TO and private room in Begin Block. Apply up stairs. 24-6 TO roomed house in North "Ward with one acre fenced in. Apply Wylie, Bailey St., next house t-o new frame school. 224-6 ROOM'TO furnished front room in Duff Addition. Suit- able for one or two gentlemen or ladies. Empire-Land Co., Ott Block. 224-6 E. J. Box 454. TiCKNER 1258 Redpath St. TO room, monthly, pply between 12 to 3 and 6 to 8. Mrs. Charles 5th occupied house south of London Road on Crabb St. 224-0 TO room; batty light and telephone. St. Apply 522 Crabb 223-2 I JMjuua pi v son "of Mr. Fentiman, was instantly each, on easy terms i John Cantin, Hill Block. I killed in the sand pit at the end of x pit Echo drive at 2.30 this afternoon, by DRAY orders for draying of all kinds promptly attended to. 212-26 TO six weeks an eight roomed fully modern furnished cot- Apply R. Her- 2 223-6 tagc on Bartlett cc. aid office. !938 LADIES' YORK DRESSING SACK Paris Pattern. No. S938. All S'.-anit? Allowed, A delightfully convenient negligee is this pretty example of pink figured j ornamented with a self col- ribbon., tied in front. a, narrow edging of Torchon laet ihe deep pointed collar and sleeve- band. This deep lay may be omitted if uesirvl. -sleeves are hi three quarter 2985 MISSES' SHIRTWAIST Paris Pattern No. 2985 All S.'anis Allowed.; This simple model will be found j j serviceable for early autumn days. It is adaptable to heavy linen, ma-i dras. Persian or Victoria lawn, or I Tiie wide tuck at each side j stitchfil tf> tli" waist line in the j front and back, gives a brond shoul-j collar I appearance, which always be- The j eornin.ii. The wai.-t s at the cen- length. i ei back and tho IOTIJT sleeves are fin- 32 to 44 i ished in cleep over the hands. the overturning of a cart. The boy was oji the top of a cart when the pin which allows it to drop became loost- and the t-ar overturned, crush- ing the lad underneath. and j on; The pattern is in 7 sizes- ._ inches, bust measure. For 36 bust j The pattern is in 3 to 17 Ihe dressing sack, requires 5 1-2 years. For A miss of 35 years the yards of material 20 inches wide, 3 waist 'requires 35-8 yards of material j yards 36 inches wide, or 2 3-4 yards j 20 inches wide, 2 7-S yards 24 inches' 42 inches wide: 2 yards of ribbon j wide. 2 1-2 yards 27 inches wide, 2 for ties and 5 yards of edging to yards 36 inches wide, or 1 5-8 yards trim. Price of i 42 inches wide. Price of pattern, 10 29S8 f LA DIES SHIRTWAIST j Paris Pattern No. 2996 All Strums Allowed. j Develop in cream colored French flannel, the body portion of this VIMS .'the fullness tucked in front and b.ick, the body portion then bointr attached to a shaped yoke of flannel with narrow insertions of lace. Thv? long sleevos are also tuck- ed and trimmed with similar inser- tion; tho. waist closing at the centre -back. Tlur pattern is in 7 to 44 bust measure. For 36 bust the waist requires 3 3-4 yards of material 20 inches wide, 3 3-8 yards 24 inches wide, 2 3-4 yards 27 inches wide, 21-3 yards 36 inches wide or 1 7-3.yards 42 inches wide; 5 3-4 yards of insertion. Price of pattern, JO cents. Twenty Bridge Carpenters and Helpers Apply to T. M. EVANS, The lerta Railway and Irrigation Co. LETHBRIDGE. TO office suite of three rooms in Acadia building, Uedpath St Apply on premises to The C, B. Bowman Agency. 219-0 TO furnished house with modern conveniences. Available Sept. 12 next. Apply John D. Hig- inbotham. 219-0 LOST OR halter and 100 feet chain taken from a cow belong- ing to J. H. Wallace. Finder will please return to J. H Wallace, Bur- dett St. 196-0" night Aug. 28th "on trail between Lethbridge and Ray- mond, ladie's linen coat, trimmed lace (mauve Finder will receive reward by leaving, at Herald oflice. LOST OR STRAYED April 1st from our camp three miles west ef Lethbridge, three geldings. One dark bay weigh- ing about 1450 Ibs., branded P left shoulder, left hind ankle large. One light bay' branded P left shoulder, weighing about 1450 Ibs. One light bay weighing about 1500 Ibs., slick, foundered on front' feet, somewhat lame, foretop and mane under col- lar shorn. All- in good- condition. Thirty dollars reward for informa- tion that will lead to their recovery of the three, or for any one erf them. Janse Bros.; Camrose. Alta. 200-30" return of _four mares branded LM on left shoulder, and seven geldings branded 7L on left hip. Notify A. A. Johnston, Lethbridge, Alta. 209-0 Sec. 32-11-21, early in June, one dark sorrel- gelding about ten years old, rangy built, large hock joints, no brand, weight about 1200 Ibs. Finder will'be re- warded by returning to or address- ing L. C..-Barrett, BarrhiU, Alta. 15-12 FURNISHED let, in new modern house. Terms moderate. Ap- ply Mrs. Jones, third house from Round on south side of St. STRAYED'OR bay elding 3 years old, branded Lazy'8 on right hip, also !8 on right shoul- der. One white hind foot. Reward of given for return to 'ockrill, Torrance ..Ave.-, North Ward. 222-4 WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND FOR can sell your land at prices that can't be beat. We can sell you good land from up to- TO furnished suitable for two gentlemen. Smith St., close in. TO modern house on Bart- let St., per month. Apply A. M. Matulis, Room 4 Bryan Block. 221-0 Brunton i per acre, in any quantity from 199-0 jone quarter up to as much as 150 sec- tions in one block. Terms, one-tenth of the purchase price m cash and the balance in equal annual instal- ments with interest at 6 per cent, on jthe unpaid balance. The Empire Land Co., upstairs in Ott Block, P.O. room, 424 220-6 Box 60. Phone 394. 191-0 OFFICE TO Shepard Blk., over the Good Co., best location in city. per month. Partly fur- nished with desk, chairs, etc. J. B. Kclsey, P. 0. Box 44S. Apply 221-6 TO and washing. Young men only. S6.00 per month. Apply Mrs. C. M. Holland, at head of new bridge. 223-Ox MiSCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR foot awning in front of Sage's former stand. Practically new. R. Sage. 217-0 2721 CHILD'S FRENCH DRESS. Paris Pattern No. 2721 v All Seams Allowed. This frock may be made up in fine lawn or batiste, either in white or colors, and trimmed with insertions of either white of cream colored Eng- lish embroidery. The long sleeves are rather tight the frock closes at the centre back. The pattern is in 4 to seven years. For a, child of 5 years the dress requires 3 1-S yards of material 27 inches 2 1-4 yards 36 inches wide or 2 1-8 yards 42 inches wide, 2 1-4 yards of insertion. Price of pattern, 10 cents. ESTABLISHED 11854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits............. Account of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Savings Bank Department Lethbnige Branch CoaHalc Block, Redpath St. POTATOES FOR on three lots. Buyer to dig and cart away. What, offers. Apply E. Faunch, c-o Herald. TENDERS WANTED Applications for the leasing of ihe dining room department to be opened the first week in October in the Vic- toria Mansions, corner of Redpath nnd Cutbill streets will be received up until September llth, the space devoted for that purpose is located in the centre suite on the ground floor and includes public 3 din- ing rooms, modern kitchen bed room store room, bath room and laundry, all steam heated. The owner will fur- nish the same if necessary. Prefer- ence will be given to experienced wo- man cook with capable assistant. "SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any persuc wno la me aoie head ot a family, or any male over 18 yeart old, may homestead a quarter-section 01 available Dominion land ia Mani- coba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Entry bj prosy may be made at any agency tar of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in eacb of three years. A homesteader live within nine miles oJ nis home stead on a farm of at least 30 _acree solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader i in good -standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his home- st-aad. Price 53.00 per acre. Duties. reside six months in eacfi of sis years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to earn" homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who hae exhausted bis homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take put chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. yeside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house wo-th W.W.COBY, Deputy Minister of the -r publi j ply by letter only to Fred W. Down-Khh ndvertiseir ?nt will not er, Hotel Coaldale, Lethbridge. 22-4' JOT.