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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta STORE MUST BE VACATED AT ONCE NOTICE HAS BEEN GIVEN AND IT IS A CASE OF GET OUT. PRICES WILL BE AWAY DOWN AND EVERYTHING MUST GO. _ f BOTH NEW AND OLD GOODS WILL BE SOLD BELOW COSt, AND WILL BE LOWER THAN THE CITY HAS SEEN BEFORE. COME EARLY AND GET BEST SELECTION BOOTS AND SHOES Child's'blk. or tan Slippers, sizes 2'tov8 >eg. GhUd's blk. School Boots, heavy, sizes 5 to 8 1-2, il Child's patent Oxfords, sizes 21-2 to 81-2, reg. Child's Sandals, sizes 5 reg. .............tGc Child's 3 to 8, reg. Misses blk. and tan Slippers, sizes 9 to 2, reg. Misses Gibson'patent Oxfords, sizes 9 to 2, reg. Boys' School sizes 9 to 11, reg. Misses' Sandals, sizes 9 to 11, reg. ..--TOc Misses' Rubbers, sizes 9 to 2, TPg. Women's strap. Slippers, reg. 1.26 Women's patent, tip Oxfords, reg. Women's strap Slippers, French heel, sizes.31-2, 51-2, 7, reg. Women's Solid Comfort, button, sm-s 4 to 7, reg. Women's Solid Comfort Buckskins, reg. Women's heavy oil laced; "reg. 1.35 Women's Vici Oxfords, reg. ".Women's patent Oxford, extension reg. Women's Rubbers, reg. We also have a few lines of Julia Marlow COST. Men's Split Bluchers, reg. Men's Grain Bluchers, reg. 'Men's Congv ss, reg. Men's fine Buff Bals, reg. Men's fine Bals, leather lined, Men's fine Box Calf, reg. Men's fine leather Slippers, ielt lined, reg. Men's fine low leather Slippers, reg. Men's Storm Kubbers, reg. ........................90c Men's Riding Leggings, tan, reg- HEAVY REDUCTIONS in Mitts, and Gioves, also Corduroy and Duck, sheep lined Coats, DRY GOODS CLOTHING Men's Tweed and Worsted Trousers, reg. to to MEN'S COST BOYS' FOR SATURDAY Men's dress Shirts (select reg. .........75c Men's Linen Collars, all styles, 10 for Men's silk Handkerchiefs, reg. Men's Mufflers, rfg. Men's Boston Carters...........................................20c Men's Neckwear 20c, and 36c Men's Overalls and Smocks, each.............................60c Bricklayers' Overalls each ............................-36c :Dress Goods.bro. reg. Dress Goods; Homespun, reg. Dress Goods, Shepherd's check; Grey'Flannel( all reg. Navy Flannel (all reg. Twill, reg. L Dress Linings, blk., grey and brown, 12 yards Cambric Night Gowns, reg. reg. Blk. Underskirts, reg. Hair Brushes, reg. ..40c "Cotton Bats, 4 for.....................t ..25c Children's Handwerchiefs, 10 for 25c Corticelli, sewing Silk, 8 spools for Cortic.-lii-Silk Floss, 8 skeins for White Belts and -1....IV... ...Iflc to 25c Corticelli Skirt Braid, 5 .I0c Blk. Silk COST GROCERIES f.- wH 11_E: LAST Green Coffee, 10 Ibs. Koast__Coffee, 7 Ibs. for Roast Coffee, Santos, 5 Ibs. for Green. Tea reg. White Beans, 22 Ibs..................................... Stove Polish, Matchle.4o, large size .Bottles for....................... .25c Baking 7 tins Jelly pkts.............................25c Graham Flour, 8lb. Batli Bricks, Bird Seed pkg. Baby's Own Soap, box Old Dutch Cleanser, 2 tins T. B., plug..............................................._...25c This is your Opportunity to pro- cure Good Goods at Big Bargains A GREAT BARGAIN for any Merchants wanting up to date Shelving and Counters, which must be disposed of, consisting of Grocery Shelv- ing with bins; Crockery Shelving, 6'door cupboards; Boot and shoe Shelving, 6 drawers; Dry Goods Shelving, with extension top. Also Counters and Tables. For further particulars, apply to F, Kirkham I. M. BANKS CO. Whitney Block Lethbridge Tiber, 17.-TW Taylor MiM- EU valor Co. [v ganff of work uioraia construction of the elevator C.P.R. The of elevator will Ue 9B by 31 feet aud will aUad upott V concrete fouixU- tiou. All the lumber and bufhiing material are uow upon the ground, including one car-load of machinery. We uaderttaud the eouapoay has al- ready three other in atruc- tures stand as euterprUuog monu- meuts in agricultural communities. Three gentlemen, the naiuec of whom could not be learned at this the German-Am erican Colouiiation Co., Ltd., of Cal gary are in. Taber today. It Lg claimed that are under way for ,the purchasing ol a large tract of land containing 000 acres east of Range 17, the Belly and Bow Rivers. W. F; Smiley of St. it is claimed, -is the general agent, r G. W. QuJbell was the recipient of a very pleasant surprise party Wed- nesday evening, ju the L. D. S. Church, the same "being arranged by the Bishopric of the Ward, as a tok- en of respect for his long and faith- ful service ward clerk ._ The cna- pel_was well filled with friends who listened to a neatly prepared pro- gramme and afterwards partook of del icious refreshments. Councilman Beck is here from gr- ille for a few days looking after his Business in Taber. He will, howev- er, return the latter part' of this week. He reports business picking up at that town where the song of the hammer and saw is_heard from early morning until late at night. Blayney Blayney, Sept. Herbert, our country" is kept of-..late using his camera and delivering pictures ami ho has certainly taken ,somc fine views pi our country dwellings as well as views of our worldrwide known fields which we really have reason, to feel proud of. For instance the field of Win. -Alexandra and the Cochrane brothers, there being 300 acres' in the view. Our school is closed for a shorl time, caused by the teacher having a call to a position as- a member of the staff in Alberta College, Ed monton. offer 01 this" prominent situation, came very unexpectedly to Mr. McCall. But well we.knpw'tha such men. attain ability: to such positions are hunted upland there i likely to .be a still Tilgbcr positior there for him. v An "employee of the. Kewe Son threshing machine had the ihisfprtun to fracture his knee so he nad t have medical attention. Our postmaster, while bringing load of goods from Lethbridge Ba the bad luck to lose nearly a bsrre of oil by one of the hoops coinin from the bottom. The loss of th oil would not be so bad but the dar age to other goods. One without eyes "that would to-go by sound would naturally thin that we had a railroad runnin through this by the sound :O the threshing engines whistling and travelling in all directions. It is certainly -lively tinies. Threshing will be nearly all finished by the lost of next week. 3Fr. Lyons has'got tired of waiting for his windmill and has now a small gasoline engine to keep the supply of water on hand that is necessary for threshing. He says If the wind fails him he can still keep the water sup- ply on hand for his engine. BUY YOUR Tomatos From the Grower RIPE TOMATOES 20 derate GREEN TOMATOES 3 Orator Coal, Ice and WetUrn Transfer Co. J; Office opposite Balmoral PHON E 453 or COAL MIMIMQ REO ULATIOMS Coal Miaiag riffeto ol Uu ia Manitoba, UM Yukoo Iwrilorj, Tcnitotiftt and Britub U tor tern ol tventy-oiM at an umual reaUl-ol II to Noi oBore thao aerec will be leaded io 004 iuir a Ww muM to the Agdot.or Bub-Ageot ol the ia which the ap- for in utuated. NO HAND STORE 4K) ROUND STREET LOOK-FOR THE SIGN We have a large consign- ment of very superior sec- ond-hand JECoitseliold; Fur- niture on sale a tour rooms. If you are looking for first class goods class prices, coine and inspect our stock. too Gibbon I o territory the Uo muti by or W gal Mtbdiviaioiui of McikNM, aod ia> uiuunreyed territgrjr the tract appU- ixl tor iUall bt lUked out applkaUoo' miai be aoKNav bj a tea oJ M, which will if righU applied for. art aot. available but uot other wiie. A royalty thall be paid on' the mer- chantable output of the uiioe at Uu rate of five eeuU per ion. Every eoal miuing which are uot being operated ahaU fmniih the divtrict Agent of Domin- ion Landa with a aworo atateaieut to tliat effect at leaat once in each year. The leaae will 'include the eoal -wining righUi only, bui the leaee inay be permitted to purchase whatever available Burlaoa be eon- jidered for the working oi the ioaine at the rate of 110 an acre. For full information application -hould be made to the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior, Oi or any Agent or. Bub- Agent ol Dominion Landa. MinUter of the Interior Unauthorized poblication of advertisement will not be paid HON. FRANK OLIVER Minister of the Interior EASY MONEY The Magrath Pioneer says: Messrs. Austin G. Mercer and Bert Ilolman drove to on Sunday night and returned Monday. They report shat hotel accommodation is at a pre ruium there being so. many settlors after preemption land. There Is a big business done buying and selling the numbered tickets that the Office issues. It is said that a ticket wns sold last week for SlOO. This business is being dono mostly" by men who are not settlers and who never intend to They came from the east on the harvesters excursion and find that getting a numbered ticket and selling it is much easier than working in the harvest field. Tney sometimes get four tickets in one day. RAILWAY FACILITIES CURTAIL- ED H. C. MrMulIen, the stock Inspec- tor for tin? C.P.R. is in the .rity to ship some stock from this vicinity. The recent accidents on the main line of the C.I'.R. the North Shoro has seriously interfered with the ship inent of stock. Previous to these ac- cidents which have prevented trains from going either way, the service had been exceptionally good. The runs were fast and the supply of cars sufficient. Cattlemen were well -sat- isfied and the stock was getting shipped out before the grain -rush be- gan. Even as it is however, Mr. McMulI- en says that the greater number of cattie are shipped1 already although there are a good number to ship yet 60 BUSHELS TO ACRE Xanton, Sept. the farm of A. K. Buniett. situated aiiout a mile from Xanton, is, to be found a field containing 75 acres and this being jmt >.o fall wheat last year Tetunied some bushels to the acre. The claim made by MY. Burnett in regard to the average crop returned from this field was discredited by u number jof doubting Thomases with the result that Mr. Cooper, the sur- veyor, was called in to survey the ploy and he clearly shows that the claim of Mr. Burnett is correct. POISONED BY CANNED CORN TalK-r. Sept. Alex. Bul- lock, a your.g man 20 years of age, is lying in a critical his father's homestead, 18, j about two miles south west of Wood- Black Spring Black Spring Valley, Sept. Threshing is nearly all clone in th valley. The Fiulanders' machine threshe for Gust and Loui HadforcT an threshed 2300 bushels of wheat i one day. They will thresh for Ole- son Bros, and Houdc's. Scott and Wynn finished threshin for Green on Satunlay and movctl t Mr. Fletcher's. Died, on Monday, Sept. 7, 1008 of stomach trouble, the younges child of Mr. and Mrs. Beckley, Black Spring Ridge. Ira, Charity and Leon Bvims took their first loads of new wheat to town on Monday. RrandvoM hart a lively runr away on PUmriay evening. Xo dam- age done. Miss Ella Branth-oUl returned to on Sunday. Charley I'eterson anrl Olga Brand void accom. pnnitxl her. Miss llilma TVterson spent. Tues- day afternoon with Mrs. Robt. Burns. Mrs. Adams nnd brothers. John HON. W. S. FIELDING Finance Minister having eaten LABELLE Ottawa, Sept. NOMINATED 16.-Mr. F. A. La- belle was nominated Conservative candidate for the at Hull today.' county of Wright pecker, from canned com. The boy's father. Ernest Bullock, on Tuesday at noon opened a can of com for When Alex, returned at night he ate a portion of what was left in the can, A few. hours later he was taken violently ill and has grown steadily worse. He is .thought to bo suffering from ptomaine poisoning. Dr. Leach is attending him and states that he is a very sick man. i and Bowser, colled at Robt. Robt. Saturday on their way home from town. The Wold Brothers bought a horse Burns' the first of the week. Xcw goods an? fast arriving at tho Bowvillc store, which indicates a thriving business. CROCKETT RE-NOMINATED" Halifax, N. S., S. Crockett, M. P. was nominated by York county Conservative con- vention today. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST HOMESTEAD REGU v NATIONS Any even numbered eection ol Do- minion lauds in Manitoba, Saakatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26, not reserved, may be homestead- ed by any person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over.18 yean of age, to the extent ol section of-160 acres mori or less. ipl'licalicn for entry must be made person by the applicant at Do- Lands Agency or Sub-Agency district in whicE the land ia situate. 'Rntry by proxy may, how xver be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, sou. daughter, brother or sister of an -in- rendinjj The homesteader is required to form.the homestead duties onder one the following plans: .L. (3) At leaat Biz-months' reiidence upon and cultiyatiou of the land in -.-ach year for three T2) A homesteader ihay, if he so .iesires, perform the'required reai- :Jence duties by living on farming jland owned solely by him, not ICM {than eighty (90) acies in he vicinity of his homestead. Joiat ownership of land will not meet the father mother, if the ather is deceased) of a homesteader IRS permanent residenee on farming and owned solely by him, not less than eighty (80) acres in extent, -in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him in the licinity, euch homesteader maj perform his own residence unties by living with Jhe father (or The term "vicinity" in the preceeding paragraphs is denned at meaning not more than nine miles ia direct line, exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed in tbe measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above wMle living with parents or on farming land own- ed by must notify the Agent for the district of Six months' notice in writing mast DC given to the Commissioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention tc ipply for patent. W. W. COR1, Deputy of the Minister of Interior. Unauthorized publication ol this advertisement will not be paid for Western Chartered CorporatioA Ltd. Capital HON. R. W. SCOTT, Secretary of State, Who Retires Next Week after -Fifty Years of Pub- lic Service. Financial Agents. Fiscal Brokers. for Umerks Ltd. Alexander Moftatt, postmaster of Pembroke, for forty years, has re- tired and his son him. William succeeds HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. L. M. JOHWSYONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank, Uthbridfe. to-lt ;