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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTft. ,TU E8DAY SEPTEIf It, I.MI, PACif STCXRE MUST BE VACATED AT ONCE. NOTICE HAS BEEN GIVEN AND IT IS A CASE OF GET OUT. PRICES DOWN AND EVERYTHING MUST GO. BOTH NEW AND OLD GOODS WILL BE SOLD BELOW COST, AND WILL BE LOWER THAN THE CITY HAS iSEEN BEFORE. COME EARLY AND .GET BEST SELECTION BOOTS AND SHOES x 200 pairs Misses and Children's be cleared.' Prices range to f I 50 i- 100 Women's Shoes, from .11 to 150 pairs Men's Shoes, to 12 pairs Men's Riding Leggings; regular at Men's Rubbers, regular now....................... SOc Women's Rubbers, regular now .......................Me Misses Rubbers, regular 75c, now Children's Rubbers, regular 60c, now Children's Sandals, regular now..................60c -GLOVES AND MITTS A great Caving on these goods by purchasing now for winter use. can obtain these at.half price. GROCERIES Green Cpffec, ,10 Ibs. fcr Coffee, 7 Ibs. for 1 Roast Santos, at for Tetley Blk. Tea, regular 50c, now.............'.............40c TLtley Green Tea, regular 40c, 'White Beans, 22 Ibs. for Gillett's Lye, 10 tins for Crosse Blackwell's Walnuts, Mixed Chow Chow, Gherkins, per bottle .30c Clean Currants, 10 packages ___..........___............91 Seeded Raisins, 10 packages Baking ox. tins, 7, for .Soda Biscuits, per package and I5c Cow Brand Baking Soda; ,2 for Sheep Lined Coats at Less Than Wholesale Cost CLOTHING 200 prs. Men's Tweed And Worsted Pants, regular price to 30 Men's Suits, regular price to from to 50 Boys' Suits, to Men's Wool Socks, 2 pairs lor................'T..............25c Men's Black. Cashme re Socks, per pair MenV Outing Shirts, regular for Men's Sateen Shirts .regular for Men's Collars, all styles........................-___10 for DRY GOODS -Cotton Batting, 4 bundles for -.T 25c Lawn: Waists from ..35c to 90c Cambric Night Gjowns regular. for 60c Flannellette Nightgowns, at _____ ____ and Ladies' Black Cashmere hose. 4 pairs for ____ I Tan Lisle Hose, 3 pairs fojr ____ ____ I Corticelli Sewing Silk, all shades, 8 spools for 25c Silk 8 skeins for ____ ..25c, White Belts, from ..I0c to 25c Collars, from to 25c Allover Lace, per .35c to 6fc r Embroideries and Insertions, per yard 5c Flannellette, Gray Flannel, tNavy Blue' Flahnel, Ginghams, Goods, Dress BELOW COST. CROCKERY 2 Toilet Sets, regular sale 1 Toilet regular sah: price 1 Toilet Set, regular sale price I Dinner Sat, regular salt; price Salt and Pepper Shakors, por pair.......-.........___.....I5c. Hundreds of Other Bargains too Numerous to Mention Don't Fail to be Here Early and Get Some of these Great Bargains I. M. BANKS CO larket Co. Pincher Creek Agreement with Fernie Firm to Instal Lighting Plant Pincher Creek, Sept Hell, blacksmith, received a bad scalp wound while at work on Thurs- day, he accident happened through a lever he was pulling coining off and throwing him back against an an- vil, lie was completely knocked out ior several hours. Miss Chaput lias added a millinery department to her dressmaking busi- ness. She has purchased Miss Cyr's stock in trade and will also occupy the store vacated by Miss Cyr, A mot-ting of the council was held on Tuesday. The most important item that came up for consideration was the question of electric light. Messrs. Smith and! Allison, members f Pincher Creek Brick, Power and ipht were present and asked that leir franchise which was recently aneellod, because of nothing being uone, be, renewed so that they could tart up in business. The matter was aid over for consideration at a spe- cial nicotine on Friday night. Another proposition for an electrir ight plant was presented. It was by etter and was from Mr. John Turner of Fernie, B. C. After discussion this natter also was laid over till Fri- lay night. A communication was received from an eastern financial firm, James and Nay re the debentures which the town is offering for sale. Tlie secretary was instructed to reply giving inform- ation about the town. A letter was read from Colin Mac- barrister, stating that he had been instructed by Mr. Thos. Scott to bring to the attention of the council, the dangerous condition of Scliofiek street, which he declared was a men- ace to the safety of the travelling pub- lic and also- damaged property belong ing to Mr. -Scott by reason of its non- repair. He asked the. council to give the matter their immediate attention or he would-be obliged to issue a writ to compel the performance of their duties. After some discussion the secretary was instructed to write to Mr. Cony- QO beare of Lethbridge and ask his opin- ion as to the town's liability and also as to the best to pursue in the matter. AJetter re the garbage ground was read from Mrs. Geo.Sevasseur and ihe secretary was instructed to reply that the matter would be attended to on the return of the solicitor from Winnipeg. Mr. W. R. Dobbin presented plans and specifications of a livery stable and buggy shed he wished to erect on Main street and asked permission to do so. It was agreed to grant the request provided the plans complied with the regulations of the building inspector. After passing some ac- counts the meeting adjourned. At the special meeting on Friday night, the matter again came up and the council seemed very much against granting a renewel of the franchise to the Pincher Creek Brick, Power and Light Coy., so the representative of the latter did not press the matter and left the meeting. Mr. Turner of Fernie was present nt this meeting find for a franchise for his company which to be known as the Pincher Creek Electric Light and Power Co. HP stated that his company would guar antte to instal a thoroughly new ani plant and would also be- gin work within 30 of the date of the franchise being granted. WbM yM hive to tci U rest ptec it to tftfc If yw WMt use Ibis 25c MM t iMcrtiou tor SI POSIT20N WANTED By young ludy as stenographer ;md assistant bookkeeper in city. Ex- perienced. First class references, Ao- ply Box B. C., Herald Office. WANTED General wanted Appjy Mrs. R. A. Wright. at once. 23-3 WANTED Waitress wanted. Apply Oxford restaurant. Round St. 226-6 WANTED Situation by first class white cook. Apply Karl Von Horlach, Lethbridge. 228-6 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REQ ULATIONS Coal aiaifif rigbu ol the Dominion IB Ifouitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Yukon Territory, the North-Went Territories and Britiab CoUiaroia, may be leatdd for term of twenty-one yeari at an rectal of ac acre. Not more, than acres will be leaned to one applicant. Application for a be made to the Agent or Sub- Agent of the district in which the ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the lair' must be described by sections, or gal subdivisions of sections, and u> unsurveyed territory the tract appli for shall be staked out. Kacb application must be accom- panied by a fee o! which will refuaded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the at the FOR SALE Repeating Winchester shot gun in good repair, one season's use, cheap. Apply I. Dawson, c-o Macdonald 229-0 FOR SALE Twenty acres, under the irrigation ditch, close to suitable for a market garden. Will sell for per acre on .good, terms. Apply L. S. Rip- ley, room 5, Whitney Block. 221-0 FOR SALE water fountain and complete outfit, ineiuding-necessary goods for immediate business. R. Sagev 222.0 FOR SALE Two teams, 4 and 5 years; two sets of harness; two J. W. Har- rington, North Ward. 228-6 rate of five cents per ton. Every of coal mining which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with, a sworn statement to that effect at in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatevei available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working oi the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application lould be made to the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior, .Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Bub-A'gent ol Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior publication ol this advertisement will not be ynid tor. GOOD OATS FOR SALE Good oats for sale. Apply T. S. McKenzie, Southard Blk., 0. W. 233-6 FOR Pra rie hay in the stack for a ton. Apply Herald Office. [SYNOPSrS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS WANTED By lady stenographer, city. Good references. M. LOST position in ADJ even numbered Action of Do- Apply Box miuion lands in Manitoba, Baskatch- ewau and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26, not reserved, may be homestead- ed by any is the sole head One dark bay horse, shod all round. family, or any male over 18 years leather under left front shoe. Rope of age, to the extent of one-quartei around neck. reward for return section of 160 acres more or less. to L. P. Oliver, Lethbridge. On Saturday, a black and red 229-61 Application for entry must be made in person by Ihe applicant at a Do- nuiiion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency tor the district in which the land is plash buggr robe .short distance east of city, on road to Foster Finder will please leave at this fice. situate. Entry by proxy may, how ever be made at an Agency on certain LOST ranch-! conditjong by father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sisWr of an in- O I tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under one Herald office. Bunch of keys, one postoffice and lf thg fnllowirg plans. two. trunk keys. Kindly leave at (J) Afc kast gix montha' 229-6 and cultivation of the land in each year for ihree years. POUND NOTICE (2) A homt.9teader inay> if he 8O NOTICE is "hereby given that I will perform the required resi- sell by public auction at City Pound Ljeiice duties by living on farming (near Hospital) on the 28th inst., at soieiy hy him, not ieaa 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Ross g.ave notice that at a specia meeting to .be held on Tuesday night next he would introduce a motion to j grant a franchise to Mr.Turner's com- pany. The secretary was instructed to have an .agreement drawn up by Tuesday. The meeting then adjourn- ed. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royil CoHieries Lt4. All Standard Stocks Handled unless than eighty (80) acies in extent, ia sooner claimed: of hia homestead. Joint 1 red and white heifer, no of land will nofmeet this requirement. J GILLISPIE I v Pound Keeper, j Iat-ner ja deceased) of a homesteader lias permanent residence on farming RARE CHANCES Hand owned solely by him, not less brand. 230-6 reasonable offer refused. Cash want- ed. Box 133, Lethbridge. 232-6 HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. Whitney Block Lethbridge Taber Taber, Sept. is a great deal of. dissatisfaction these days among some of our farmers here as to the great amount of wasted grain at time of threshing by being blown through the machine into the straw. There is certainly a reason for this wholesale, uncalled for waste; either the machino is at fault or the separ- is not equal to task assigned him. A farmer, who had just threshed said that he was confident 20 per cent, of his threshed wheat had blown through the into the straw. Truly this is not as it should be. n the llth inst. there Tfas born to the wife of Mr. Thomas Lyons a daughter. A violent prairie fire assisted by a For a time it appeared that the made. Frequently of late extreme whole township south of the track was doomed, Not until 8 sections had been swept by the flames was the fire extinguished by homesteaders in the vicinity. A shocking case of horse brutality, was witnesed upon Main "street today hy men women and children. The town constable was. hunted up and moderate west wind, raged yesterday brought to the scene by a member of cruelties to horses have indulg- ed in but tho guilty parties are either not npprohendi-il by the rmmftne of- fic-T or aro allowed to escape punish- ment which thry so greatly deserve as was the today. STOCK WANTED WANTED Good boy. Apply T. M. Banks' 232-0 Two violins for sale, valued" at for- than eighty (80) acres in extent, in t.y and fifty dollars respectively. No j the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered foi by him iu the ?uch homesteader mar perform his own residence unties by living with ihe father (or C4) The term "vicinity" in the two preceediug paragraphs is defined' meaning not more than nine miles in z. direct line, exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending perform his residence duties in cordance with the above living with parents or on farming land own- ed by himself must notify the Agent for the district of such intention. Six montha' notice in writing mnsl WANTED Good second hand safe. Apply Box T., Herald. '232-6 WANTED Wanted immediately, one first class interior wireman. Roy, Rwlpath St. 232-0 WANTED to ac- A girl about 12 years old. to look after two children, to sleep at home. Apply Mrs. Packard, the Arlington Hotel. 23Z-2 at.or mnn is careless of his duties or south of WoodpocKer. the town council, but no arrest was L. M. JOHMSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Jnion In exchange for livery barn on Re gina-Prince Albert branch of Can Nor. in live town of 700 people Good schools, churches and country well settled. Will take stock for part or full payment. For particulars, sie FORD TYLER, Hotel, Lethbridfe Also agent for Wells Land Dx1- tle Co., Ltd., dealers in raw and im proved land. Will be pleased to sboT interested parties over acre farm, 20 miles south of Lftthbridge. Bank. Harvesting now in full 33-1 jt' land tor sale in vicinity. A POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER Wantod hy widow with daughter ago II, with good education, who is very useful in .house, or with small children. Reasonable wages and aV winter position desired. Apply M., Arbuthnott, Bellevue Farm. 32-6 be given to the Commissioner ot Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, ot intention tc for patent. W. COKY, Deputy of the Minister of tbo Interior. publication oi this advertisement will not paid 'or. PIANO TUNING A. Hulbert, expert piano tuner for the Assinniboia Musisc Co. Modicnie Hat, will be in Lethbridge on the 16th September inst., and for a few days thereafter. Orders for tuning etc., may be left with E. T. McGregor, Post Office Block. 231-6 TEACHER WANTED Teacher, wanted (female) for New. lands School District No. IH5, duties to commerce on Sept. ]sv next and to continue ".c tbe end of term. Apply lUUng certified mrm and salary expected. WM. CAWDRON, Box 426, 210.0 Lethbridge. HERE'S ONE CLOSE IN 32O Acres 6 miles from Leth-. bridge, only an Acre bCF BfOS. Qtt Block Lethbridge ;