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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Si The beautiful fall weather, enjoyable to most of us, but not the best weather for trade, has left lis with, a large amount of stock. Only seven weeks until Xmas, so we have decided to cslear it out it sacrifice bargains. Those who got such bargains last fall will know this nio fake. |: Ladies' Dress and Ready-to-Wear c ^ V Hats at half price^^ In order to elesr oat^ont well assbrted ttoclc of Ladies' Hati at once we have decided to pat the price at jaat ona^balf. These are all this �aaaon'a h�ta, ntd^rit th� r�f7^lA|Mt jn^atf Je^d ahape. Tkey won't last long 4 �oiq^ e^lrMidl^t^r^^isS: MM price. A foTeiy eollection^oTaring of exeeUant quality shell olotb, iu colors, navy, greon, aad blaak, fall back style, lined throaghoat with best qtiality rait lining, laiga -eoUar aad ravara^ ofrCelttmbia sable. Worth I80.Q0, Special $70.00 ^arm Gonifortf rs--giv|-away prices ^pl04^qila% c^tdClli^ e�mfirte9^^tli�d|^lgook quality art satean.^J'tdl siae. crth n.S5, special |1 85. ^ j Flanel^tte Blankets. Special-for I Saturday pnly,^ $tl5 pair Fall 11-4 size, in white abd (irrey. it^nlar 11.25 pair. -^Special $1.15 Money Saving Values in the Carpet Department. All Wool Carpet, 75c. per yard A wide range of all wool Carpet, in handsome designs and colorings. Worth $1.00 por yard, special 75c. Brussels Carpet, $1.25 per yard 9 pieces best quality BmasBlg carpet, in a large variety of patterns and oolorings, 27in. wide Worth $1.60 yd. Special 11.25 Tapestry Squares from $9.50 up A splendid showing of English tapestry squares, bought direct from the mills, handsome fioral designs, sizes 3x3, 3x3^ and 3x4. Special value from $9.50 Wi ton ani Velvet J^uares from The biWeist showilg:o('y^1vel and Wiltooj st^par^.BVMr s|jown tt Lethbri^tSL,, The ilniillas'^aa^ ieoloring;* are faaadsolto. TlA^qaalitt the beat. M iiEea,^spe4ial Yaluea ', - Special Men's $uits, $Ii40 , Mad� of miwrta^ tii;aeda andt^ f'^lr^i* overtfli^illita^jiliili^ aiifta Brapad, inl siBal^ tail : 'V ..f i.;. � - ,.111 y,. Thi^ finioas AmerieaH ladiaa' 8il-kid Shoea, parfeet in it, the very lotest in style; This shoe is a treat on the foot, you cannot begin to finj|ita t^md. - Patent Jeatber iind vicl Kid, a^d oar..p^�e .ia Qnly^^5.50 Still Another Come and sea our box calf special. Reg. 13.00. ALL KEXT WEEK POK $1.95. This ia a clear out and out bargain-prove it. Do You Wish to Build ? I have 4 fine lots on a corner on BURDETT Street for the very low sum of $325 per lot. There are also some very good lots with water mains near the elevator and mills for only $175 each. W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Farm Lands and Lethbridge Properties. v �oathard Block, Letbbridge, Aha. Phone;i22 I T This is a most important, question far the young or tho old of either aex ad tte aooner it is considerwl the totter. If you sns troubUx) with taul �jr viaion, with blacic spots, or flowt-faV apeeka iMfore the eyes, it will ta to your �dv�nt*ge and safety to Iksv* the ileftBctioB attMdod to with-oat delay. We are profeMional op-.tfaiaas. and can examine your eyes ORMtly and prescribe tot you the right Itinit of glaaaes. The wrong wlli injure you. W. X Armstrong jtWBZXR BNORAVER OPTICIAN. Agmxtot VELU PIANOS -_/ - :. ;  ^ " NB# i,BMI>JRB' TVPEWIUTEI^rt 1 OK SAL� ^ Msver: been uaed. First, cliivii m\ ':y.::,^kim. -.mili^h^ sold t�t a huav '^r ' � ''qaicli aeie. Apply I', O !�.�� VM,. Ji Moore (Concert Co. With Higli-ClassVtadcvUlcplcts ia LABOR UNON HiiLL ON FRIDAY&SimjRDAY NOV. 19 Mid M A Clean and Clever Companjff with Good Showa tiCKETS * 75c andiSOc VIM Applications to homestead thip even numlitra lit Township 7, Ranjre 19, west of the 4tl� Meridian willjbe r&-eeived 'oa and after Ttwsday, Kovem-bor 19th. J. W. STAFFORD, Agiout for Dominioii Lands. A LOCAUIUOGET. The city is full of pedagogues today. M'. A. Buchanan, of Edmonton, was in the city on Tuesday. No school today and tomorrow on account of the teachers' convention. Mius Irving of Raymond is the guest of Mrs. A. E. Furse during the convention. Miss Stout of Macleod is the guest of Mrs. Sydney .lackson during the teachers' convention. The A. It. St. I. on the south line will leave "at 10.30 after this date iPQtcad of at 7.30 as at present. Miss M. M. llu^fet of Macleod is siJcnding a few days with Mrs. N. Austin, Iteilpath St. while the teachers' convention is in session. H. J. .\ngell Evans, well known in l.ethbridge who has bcten on A. M. Grace's staff in the Robins Irrtgation survey, is in the city for a few day.s. Ho expects to go to England lor the winter. A. McFadden of Port Arthur, Ont., arrived in the city this morning to visit his sister Mrs. J. B. Walker They have not aocn each other before for twenty-five yeors. This year the retiring separate school tru.e conducted by the pastor. The evening theme will bo "The Royal Invitation and Royal Proclamation." Scats are free and hymn books are provided. .1. P. Hanson, president Waterton Oil, Land 4 I'ow�r Co. is ia town, ^r. Hanson expccia to have a million feet of logs at his upper saw mill this week for his winter's cutting. His Lethbridge mill will be in working order, and running full time by AuguM. 1st, next. . Mrs. W. C. Simmona was "At Homo" to a large number of her friends last Thursday afternoon. Tlie hostess was assisted by Mrs. DeVe-bor and Mrs. Shaw, who poured tea, while Miss Uennctt, Miss Mary Mc-Clure and Miss Cnasio Wallace served tho refreshments with Mrs. Ripley assisting with the iee-cream. Mrs. B. E. Reynolds, president of the Young peopfa'a Union of the Bap tist Talwniaclo entertained tlie mem-liers and friends of tlie Union to tho number of forty, last Thursday evening. A short prograimme of songs ami recitations was gone through be-foiv tofresiimcnts wer6 served and t�ipii those present indulged in games and had oi very pleasant ewning together. Mrs. L. U. DeVeber went to Macleod this morning to visit her mother Wm. Watt, an English laborer was given a month in gaol for assaXilt on C. Olson. Dr. P. W. Campbell is taking a short holiday visiting friends in Saskatchewan. Mrs. .1. W. Bawdcn gave a very pleasant dancing party last evening at her home on Glyn St.' W. H. Conibeau, engineer in charge of the X. R. & I. Co. dredge at Ma-grath was in the city yesterday. Mrs. F. D. Shaw and son, Lieut^ P. C. Shaw, loft on Thursday's train for the coast for the latter's health. P. A. Pulley increased the city's exchequer by $10 and costs for creat ing a disturbance at the Arlington Hotel. Miss Powell and Albert T. Woods sang the "Manx Fisherman's Evening Hymn" in tho Baptist Tabernacle on Sunday e\'ening. Parley Stark, of gwift Current, Jlont., U. S., was in town and re-: ports favorable prospects of oil and copper in that district. Hon. .Senator Talbot is expected in the south shortly to complete arrangements for the big Liberal Con-; vention at the Hat on Nov. 22nd. DUtrcsaiDf Aeeident. On Tuesday afternoon a most un foi�tunate accident took place alxn't four miles out of the city across the river, by which Frederick Stantorl, the four year old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morris, was alnsost instantly killed. The little fellow had gone out with his fattier who was firing on P. A. I'ulley's threshing outfit. The machine had finished its woFk acruss the river and was going to Cardstrn Xt,^ work. Raving to go through the city Mr. Morris took the boy wit^ him to ride in. While tiie iathcr waa attending to tho fire, Fred, 4hA was riding in the cab, fell out and under the wheels of the water tank. The engine was instantly etoptio I but ton late aa the little chap wae \ eUlMt brother. Earl, who is a meiu-ber of the staff. Thia ia the second child Mi. and Mrs. Morris hKV9 loH by accident. Several years ago one of their litiie ; boys waa burned to death while pltiy ing around the kitchen ^.tovo. "CASTIUAN BOOTS" TIB trend of fashion in women'a shoes is best exprcased by our ' new "^ucf'n (Jualitj^'^ Ck5�/i�n Boeta. -Ti^forepairta v>d vajnjps are; shower; the ahanka more, arched-the heela higher. On the.fbot this gives the effect of h amallier size. Women everyfr where admire these pretty atyles. They are now "aU the rage." The genuine are to be had only at this store. In Kid, I3.S0; Patenta, |4.00: othsr "Queen Quality" atylea $3X10. FREDGOW&CO. �iBl^> SUITABLE GIFTS For November BORN t GLASS-At Lethbridge, on Wetlniih. day, Nov.'14th, to Mrs. W. Glass, of Macleod, a daughter. For those who wiah to apend a small amount or a larger amount of money we have gifts that will suit you. 'We make a specialty of catling to this trade and the amount ef buaine� done heretofore shows that we meet the demand. The Lines we Su|S^st to Choose from buTLERY IN CASES OR 8BPARATELV ' A PRETTY PIECE OF HAND PAINTED CHINA, f A SELECTIOlf OF KINK CUT GLASS f A BEAUTliriTL BRONSE QLbCK. ' \ or eomething in ailverware. hron/e goods, carvera, in caaea, c<�. only aak that, you come and jiee.our lines., We can suit you. Wc LetlilMridii^*!^**^ I Eye Speoialiat in charge of Optical Department ;