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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta NEW IMPORTATIONS OF FALL DRESS GOODS Are now on the way, and some swell materials of the latest styles will be before you in a few days. Arrangements have just been n^ade whereby MISS DAVIS, of Winnipeg, comes to take charge of our Dressmaking Department. Miss Davis has been first assistant to Miss Dysart, of Jerry Robinson & Co., Winnipeg, for the last four years, and with competent help which she is bringing should predict success for gown making. 1 1 DO YOU WANT A HOMESTEAD? 1 am in a position to sell you 320 acres of fine wheat land and locate you upon a homestead near by. All fine land, and in tne vicinity of Black Diamond Mine. Price - $16.00 per acre TERMS UIVEN W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties Room 1, Southard Block, - Phone 122 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. .There Is � treat in storo for local theatnt coor* when the Claman Conv ody Co. presents the high cIbhs comedy dmmn, ontitlefl, "A Pttir of Country K'ide" ami "Wedded But no Wife'^ etc, etc., all next week commencing ! :Sefit; 3iid. This Company conws highly'reCMjinendDd and han bocn floliglyttaKiili^rpe audiences in Calgury for Uw f^Bt'tnt weeks. "A l^alr of Country Kid�d Ilut No Wife" are two ot the strongest biliav.in ifheir ropertolre. Ulia Comeany hi fMturing Miiis Uarie Van. Tussell till' popiiliir Xiw Vork actress �wl sl�o is i;i>nsio lo�t in .securing reserve scAits for this company as com-panies of thiR t'lasH do not usiinlly visit -Hh)' smaller tnm'iis and they �huule given a lacge patronngjc. A LOCAL BUDGET. W. Colpiiian erf CowJoy spent Sunday with his brother, F. Colpnian. Rev. Dr. Brj'ce of Manitoba Col -lego, Winnipeg, was in the city last Friday. Philip Ott, the luxl injured in a runaway at tho Fair left the Ifos -pilal yesterday. The Citizwn-s Band will pivo tlieir concert on tho .square this (Thursday evening, in.stend of Friday. Mrs. r. M. Campbell left on Sunday night to sfjend a three months' visit to her home. Paisley, Ont. Miss Kathleen Southard gave a birthday party yestertla,y afternoon, when a number of her little iricnds had a very pleasant time. Miss K. Roy left on Friday night for Edmonton where she ha.s accepted a position teaching school. She was accompanied by her sister. F.lla, as far as Calgary where she is visiting friends. Miss Davis who has been first assistant to Afiss Dysart of .Jerry Robinson Co. of Winni|Jeg, for thepasL four years has )jcen securelfly in a tent on the puib-!Jc Sijuare on .Aug. iJO and Hist and Sept. 2nd. Tho plays nrn said to Iks good and clean. Thoy ha,\c (joen pla.vine in tho south towns during past few days. Thcit! was consideinvble excitement at the station in tho "woe sima" hours" Satuixlay inoning wheii one of a. tean-i of mules attached to tho Hospital aniibniancc prococsled to ri>aguo being hold. Tho church was tastily docoi-nto*l with (lowers anil jiresi-ntcd a IwauUful up-fioaranco. Tho centre pews of the church wcno rcsorvojl bo-lh mprning and evening for the School and League resiiectivfly. Rov. A. C. Fnrroll, Ohairman df the Medicine Hat district; preached both sermons nml was WKll roceivwl by large and appiwcin -tlvo congregHtions. They H�4 Gdod Grain. Thomas Hi. "Wool/opfi of Cardston. the judge in .(j^gp^nding grain com-|jetiti(m in connection with the Loth-bridge and District Agricultural Fair has given Jifs doci.sion as fol -lows: .1 Standing fieldj^iof wheat, W. .S. Sheixl 90;' W. ttrt^awson, 89; S. B. I'awson 81; CJaili^ith nnrl Hannilton ilros. 79; IJ. Stubbs, 7fc�; B. Ciwat -kin, 74; H. Smith'. 72; S. A. Snoll, 63; Hyssop Bros. 58. Standing field of oats-S. B. Paw -son, 93; W. H. Pawson, 90; Oal -braith and Hamiiiton Bros. 71. The first three 'in e>aoh case wore the prize winners. The fields were mnrkod on a score card the points noted being: Freedom from \veeds, froedom from other varieties of 'grain, freedom fi-on� smut and in.sects, apparent yield, vigor o* 'growth, uniform size of head, thick noss of stand and the state of ma -turity. The tolol nunrfjcr of points was one hundred. Post Office Note. Tho public are advisofl that Post o(rict.>.s having 'Ixxm oiwned iv>ocntly at several points in this district as follows: BOWVHX'E, KEHO, CAR-MANOIAY. ALBION RIDGE, LTT-I'LE BOW, COALDALE. All [nitrons of iho.so olllces should advise their corrosporMldnts and tho newspaiier publisht-rs of their change in addrss and .save dola.v, if not loss of mail, by having a 'lirect service. LOST. On Atacleod Road on Wodnk^sday mjomitig 2.Sth in.st. A lady's salchol containing lition ombwidory ami two pairs of scissors tied with a rod s'tring. An.vt>ne finding same kindly li-'uve at tho I'ost OlHcc. Tho city's street grader is now at work levelling up sonic of tho .s'trciO'ts )f tho city. Tho old Gait llouso on the River Ixil.toni is l)eing overhauled to bo n camp for tho bridge cen�>nt ^ng. ... THE EDITOR. Who weops with you when you are sad, And laughs with you when you nro glad, And smiles with you when you nro mad? -The I'^litor. Who has to Im both kind nml>wise, And never (hnrdly ever) lies, .And when ho does, civntes surpri.so? -The Fxlitor. Who owns a heart ns well as cheek. Possessed of spirit, yet is mock. And lives on 40 ci?nts a week?, -Tho Editor. Will Start Work on Bridge. The work on the big C.P.R. high la\el liridge is to start at onco. .Tohn Gunn of Winnipeg an>d in tho election of Bis-'hop Ijovi Harkvr as .Mayor with a vote of 98 against 50 record'.'-'il I'or his opponent Chris .Icn-sen, .Tr. The councillors elccte