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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ROOMS IN CONNECTION THE pLACt M n TO STAY n WUAI wmi Normal Shells and Have the Best Get them at The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. BOX67 c-ach, 1-3-cash, balance in work first class. Give us a trial and {4 S months. Apply Box 238-0 be convinced. Goods called for and P delivered.. Phone 275. IL GRAND FINAL WIND-UP OF NELSON AND COWS BOOT AND SHOE STOCK SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, closes the Greatest Price Cutting Shoe Sale in the history of Lethbridge. The A. Macdoaald Sales Co. their Contract oa Saturday, BO HURRY! HALF-ACRE on WILLIAM-ST., on water line 11000.00 I terms, -i cash, balance in 6 months will sell in lots if desired ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK CITY AND DISTRICT The Hospital Sunday fund wrilX re- ceive S14 from, the Knox Church con- gregation, that being the amount over the average loose collection. Messrs. E. Hagell, D. H. Elton, W. A. Buchanan, of IjethbrMge, and Fred Burton of Cardston, are attend- ing the Press Convention in. Edmon- ton this week. Quality is the best policy. "We have it." North Yd. 407, Pioneer Lumber Co., Main Yd. Phones 73 and 432. jf The north wing of the old Central School is now in the process of des-: truction. The remaining four rooms You can't get away from the fact, that quality and general satisfaction are what count in building up and keeping a satisfied constituency. We're satisfied and you will be if you give us a trial. North Yd. 407, Pioneer Lumber Co., and 432. Main Yd., Phones 73 WANTED TO for milch cow. aid. EXCHANGMhack Apply Box W., He> 228-6 Returns Of Electric Plant (Concluded from First Page.) to be given up-and run of mine coal at, a ton has to be used. Then, west of the 4th Meridian, for "other of course during the summer the de- mand for light is not so heavy while the operating expenses are just great, The expenditure includes con- NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given ttiat in ac- cordance with the provisions of Tht Irrigation Act the Municipality of the City of Lethbridge have filed the necessary memorial and plans requir- ed by Sections 13 and 15 of the said Act with the Commissioner of Irriga- tion at Calgary Alta. The applicant municipality appli- es for the right to divert forty cubic feet of water per second from the Belly River on the southeast quarter Section 36 Township 8. Eangp 22. waterworks purposes and for the right to construct the necessary works, as by the- memorial and plnns filed to enable, the water so diverted to be used for the said' other iratcr- approximate! 4th'day P. COKYBEARE. j Solicitor for -Applicants will be kept intact and the. partition I siderahle amounts for poles, wire etc. j lanes wall veneered, ,a four-roomed j The figures given are not absolutely i building to be used for high, school correct but give the purposes -until such, time as an up-to- amounts- date high school buiTjding: can be erect r ed. Hotson and Leader are doing j the work. The material taken out j of the part pulled down, which i i _____ (there is considerable in good' concli- x tion, will be sold by the contractors. Cardston, ,Sept, Owing to the fact that a number of and Oliver Low have gone to Haley colored gentlemen are canvassing the as managers of the elevators there. CARDSTON NOTES city for 'clean ng and pressing work. Duance takes the Alberta Pacific Co. CITY AND DBTCICT R. Sage left this morning for to couple of weeks' rest. Johm Grligki was fined ?25 and. costs .at the barracks yesterday for indecent assault. Mrs. R. P. Wallace will receive to- morrow at her residence csrnpr Courtland and Butvlott Streets Dr. J. Hargrave, veterinary inspec- tor, of Medicine Hat, is izx the city today. Millinery opening at C. A. Cooks- ley's tomorrow. Real estate m ike Duff Addition General Teaming We do airvclasses of teaming on the shortest notice. Satis- faction guaranteed. If need coal -and you want 'the. best value your money buy. see me. Coal must be paid for on delivery. Business Lots Westminster Read South of Duke Street each Money to Loan. Fire Insurance. E. J. Box 454. j Chas. Brower, "the tailor" wishes his j agency while Oliver will for many pattons to tear in mind that {the Foster Company. the fact that 'they are colored does not i J. C. Cahoon and her mother, signify that they connected.with Ulrs. Deitrick, returned from a visit his place in any capacity. He does- to Spring Couleevthis. week, all'of his outside work personally in' The infant of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. order to keep in touch with the sat- [Hansen, of the Waterton Lakes died i isfaction of patrons. Mr. Brower s j last Friday and was buried the foi- general acquaintance with the public lowing- day. Rev. Whiteman conduct- will render the matter of identity the funeral services. The inter- very easy. Phone 442. X ;ment took place at the Cardston ce- On Sacurday last, the seven year j old -son of F. B., Bo-lfson, happened j The annual, Y. L. and Y. M. M. I. with an accident which resulted in ajA- convention will be held in TICKNER f 1258 Redpath St. The C. 6. AGENCY Acadia Building. Phons 200. Arnold Payne was killed' at Bridge- port, Oni-., today by .being drawn in- to the machinery of the mill. Thresher men It's Hard Luck s When your engine breaks down awl you cannot get -repairs Don't Fret Goto The McKeown Hardware Co. They have them. We ship out of town daily. broken arm. He -was out at his fa- ston on the Meetings for Cher's farm about three miles west'of aU Stake and "Ward.'officers will'con- town and while playing with a cou- at 10 and 12 o'clock in the pie of other "boys on a stack, he ac- school house. At 7 o'clock izt the cidentally fell off, and broke two i Assembly Hall a general meeting will bones of the left arm, between elbow fa held to which all are cordially ia- and wrist. It was a very bad brea'k, j It is expected that two mem- but happily to say the young-boy "is 'bers General Board will be-in. Stnop s'o attendance. Rustler. The many friends of Patriarch John We are specialists on lumber and jA- win be grieved