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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta I I i Every day Large Shipments of New Fall Goods are arriving and are being placed in stock. Our readiness with the best value in merchandise will be demonstrated this fall as usual and our goods are arriving early and we invite inspection. We have already received large shipments of Blankets, Sheetings Towellings. Flannelettes, Carpets, etc. New patterns in Madras Curtains The latest designs and colorings in Dress Goods, all in costume lengths and no two alike For Gentlemen- Fall styles in 20th Century Clothing received to-day. Cluett Shirts and Collars all sizes 14 to 18. Florsheim Shoes, newest lasts. Pirn's Irish Poplin Ties, new striped effects, direct from Dublin to-day. Our Grocery stock is complete in all lines, and our prices are the lowest possible consistent with the quality of the goods we sell A special for the hot Chicken in Jelly, canned in France and imported direct, per tin For the Farmer- We have Barb Wire and Woven Wire Fencing at bed rock prices; Grain Sacks; a limited quantity of Binder Twine at 10 cents; Sulphur for Dipping; Cylinder Oil, Har- vester Oil and Auto Oil in gallon cans I We carry the largest and best assorted stock in Southern Alberta, and sell good goods at reasonable prices. Special attention to mail orders. THE BENTLEY COMPANY, Ltd Wholesale and Retail LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. I UTAH EXCURSIONISTS REACH THE SOUTB j. W. Back at Cardston-Pro- grws at Van Mine .Cardston, Aug. 9--The Cardston pupils, as usual, did well at the last departmental Over 85 per cent, of all who' wrote ilr. De Voe Woolf took the Standard TOIL work and passed, having been at Lethbridge since the Christmas holidays. Frank Layne, Ben Wood and Preston Young are each build- ing a new house in Cardeton. The building boom has been on all. sum- mer and now that the crop is as- sured several other residences will be erected. About 40 excursionists arrived from the south last Friday. The trip was thoroughly enjoyed by all. The rail- road companies 'did everything for stay, for a few days looking over the the benefit and 'comfort oj the per- district. suns coining to Alberta. John. Woolf. M.P.P., in with the excursion party. seen by the Herald .corres- pondent he was cheerful' and pleased E. Barker drove from Macleod and wife j Saturday. He was around shaking hands with his many friends this morning: He is doing judging work in the fairs being held in the south- to be home again. He spoke in. glow-1 em pan Of Alberta and writing for ing terms oi the prosperity that we the Alberta Homestead. ties are that Mr. Van Pelt and his associates will make a fortune out of the deal as parties from New York arc- trying to buy the mine. GOT A TERRIFIC SHOCK have had in this province as com- pared with other places he has been. He said that the new railway would commenced that heads for kCardston from Great- Falls. A party of Cardai-on young people .are starting for the beautiful' Water- ton Lakes today. -Among others are 3rtsees Jda -.Louie- Lee, lona Woolf, Vera Keeder, M. Toffey, Lila Brown, Blanche E. Olsou, Messrs De -Voe William Woolf, Frank" Duce, Sylvester- Low, S. A. Spencer. Mrs. John Layne and Mrs. Thomas A'ridersori will -be the chaperons for the party. 'Dr. J. T. Miller, of the L.D.S. university, lectured under the aus- pices of the Cardston Ward M. I. A. associations last evening. His sub- ject was Building." He will remain in this part for three weeks giving lectures. on -special' physiology. .Some parties near Spring Coulee j are fehcing the government road as' surveyed many years ago. This is' causing considerable trouble to the farmers there. The parties should be aware that they are laying them- selves liable to prosecution for so doing without permission from the air. A. Owen, the father of the j. department of public works, genial manager of the 0. W. Kcrr Mr. Heman Hyde leiurned from the Company in Cardston, arrived today j Van Pelt mine Saturday night. The from Minneapolis. Mr. Owen will ore grading high and the probabili- _ __ Live Wire Fell on a Pipe the Hotelkeeper Suffers Aug.' Windsor Hotel, Grandrnere, was the scene of a curious" electrical vagary. Etieune Lefebvre, the proprietor, went out to" the of the building and saw blue flames coming metal lying "in the yard. Imagining that some one caused a fire by throw- ing a match down, he picked up the ipipe throw it he received a terrific shock of volts. One of the wires from the power house at Grandmere had fallen and was lying across a metal pipe The unfortunate man was released, un- conscious, and taken to the- hospital. An operation was necessary and his right arm and leg were amputated. In spite of all it is hoped he'will recover. When at the Fair Get a Good Square AT THE Coaidale Restaurant COALDALE BLOCK Open at All Hours of the Day or Night Try Us Once Then come back if you like us. You'll get your money's worth, any way NEW ENGLAND RESTAURANT New Hill Block, Dufferin Street A Few of Our Best Bargains 2 sections good farm land, east of Warner, only por acre, easy terms. Section, strictly first class, 6 miles south of Tabor, only aere' good i9rrnt' 160 acres south of Grassy Lake, level and free from stff ne, every foot ptowable. per acre, equity In cash. 1 Section 9 miles south of Lethbrldge. per acre. 1-2 bash, balance good terms. While you are in the city make our place your head- quarters. THE WEBER REALTY CO. 210, Round Street ;