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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta SEASONABLE STORE NEWS A Superb Showing of New Fall Goods at Moderate Prices. ^Lovely Eiderdown Comforters ; A splendid showing, filled with very finest down and covered with ' the best art sateens and satins, full size, special from.... |6 to 119 New Wool Delaines Jnst the goods yon are looking for for your new Fall Blonse. A big assortment to choose from in stripes, plaids and floral designs. Fine soft finish, 27 in. wide, sold everywhere at 60o per yard, onr price....................................................50c. Ladies' Dress Skirts Imported direct from the makers. Onr showing of skirts is certainly the best ever. 30 differant styles to choose from in a large variety of drees materials. Onr skirts fit and heng well and are right up to the minute in style......... .Prices from 3.50 to 12.00 Ladies' Golf Jackets Be sure and see our showing of Golf Vests before buying elsewhere. We think we can please you as to style and colors, as our stock is very complete..................Prices from 2.25 to 2.75 3 SPECIAL OFFERS IN STA1>IES White Wool Blankets, $4.25 pair Splendid quality and extra large size, fall 7 lbs. in weight. Very finish. Regular |5 value.......................Special 4.25 soft Irish Table Linen 75c yard 8 pieces pure Irish Table Linen, 72 in. wide, in very neat floral designs, bought to sell at 90c yd....................Special 75o Bath Towels, 25c. 100 unbleached Bath STowels, bought at a price, with red and white stripes, regular 35c quality.................... Special 25c Seasonable Footwear at Reasonable Prices. We have an immense quantity of quality in fall Footwear, the kind that suits the season aud' you. Every season shows a vast improvement in the quality, finish and style of our shoes and the . shipments which we have receivfd are gems of the shoemaker's art, both in fit, fashion and finish. We have the kind you like aud the kind you want at just the price yon want to pay for them. Boys' 2-piece Suits, $2.50 The laroest stock of boys' Suits in the city to choose from, in light and darl Tweeds, and made to stand hard usage. Sizes from 22 to 33. Special prices.............................from 2.50 up Boys' 3-piece Suits, $4.00 In light and dark Tweeds, Right up-to-date in every particular, and made from imported Tweeds, sizes 28 to 33. Prices from 4.00 Boys' Corduroy Pants, 60c. pair 75 pairs splendid quality English CJorduroy knee pants, well sewn, sizes 22 to 32, easily worth 90c pair..........Our price, 60c pair Men's Wool Underwear, 2.75 Suit Penman's fine elastic ribbed Underwear, the proper garments for fit. comfort and quality, warranted unshrinkable, all sizes, worth 3.50 suit........................................Our price 2.75 SOLE AGENTS FOR BUTTERICK PATTERNS. MAKING MONEY is a subject tha^^kfterests all classes, and as all classes can interest me, it tliey have some money to work for theui, I am simply going to state tiiat I iinow of people who hav3 made money within the last 30 days hy purchasing Leth-bridge real estate-not a startling statement-no, but the results you are looking for are there. A MONEY MAKER Not a man hui some lots, well located, near the Elevators and Mills, for only 200 each, half cash. Have water mains. W. R/POBBIN Beaier in Alberta Lauds and Lutiibridge Properties Room 1, Southard Block, - Phone 122 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Sherman iu Politics. Tlu? Now.s' (.Cali^avy) con-espoiiflent in Erlnif-nton niakos a few reriinrks conceriiinji Pi-csident Shcrniair.s entry into Fi'ilei-nl politics. Vt' writes:- Frank H. Sherman, disirict president oi' tho Jfinors'' I'nion, is on the warijath again for parlianR'ntary no-nrinntion. The organ of the miners, the Fernie Ij-> his residence nt Leth-bridge. which is in that con.stituen- A LOCAL BUDGET. j- W. p. la. flardie is away to T^nn-ess'jo on a visit. \'. AV. Uoole.\- is home from Calgary iov a lew days. Hishop U. A. X'anOrni^n of Taher, was in the cit,\- ycs'terdny. .T. Thompson of Bottineau, N. D., �is in the city looking over the country. H. K. and 'S\\n. Jricbach returned ion Tuesday night from a trip to Kansas and other points. W. .J. .'Vrmylrong has added two swelj silent salesmen to the equipment of his jewelry store. B, ^forlon .lona.s returnwl on Tue.s-day from a six week's trip to his cy and tho centre of the large min-jhouio in Toronto and other eas-tern ing po[iulation. Shorman no doubt iP"'"'s. figures he would win if ho hatl tho Mrs. TVI. Hayes of the Manitoba O. W. KERR CO. have opened offices in the Oliver BIocK; - Room 3 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wlieat Lands Come and see the famous Magrath land, now on the market. We have also a few choice sections in Warner district. T. S. McKENZIE. Local Manager. backing of the farmers, as well as j Fitc Press stalT wiis in the city yes-hi.'S fellow-miners bin he may have for 'Larday and le:'t ior Pincher yrcek ffotti^n to a.^ic'ertain that the Soeioty of Ecpiity is withofit any members in the Medicine Hat ritiing and theroforo" will not ,be able tOjUie j,iK>5. jo,- .(,|,e bridge arrived do anything for him. In tho Mac- |Tue.sdny morning. Miss C'raddock of the Hudson's Hay last night. The plant of the- Hnymond Con-Icivte File Co., who are putting in on (Special, to tho Herald.) Winnijieg, Oct. 3.-The C-ifi-idinn Pacific Hail way Telegraph Co iipiiiy increas..>d their rates at a inom,ii!t s notice. The new schedule i.i.cases the day rate from Wcsilcrn Oirinrij one hundred per cent., increins i ho day rate from Alberta one hundred per cx'nt., and tho night rule � i e hundred and fourtj-jn per cent, 'j us day rate from .Saskatchewan is in-crea.sefi one hundred and fourte.>n iicr cent, and the night rate from that province one, hundred jKjr cent. leod riding there are a lot of farmers a.sKociated with this society and I Co. store leaves on Saturtiny to ac-the miners are also strong, the mines | ^.^p^ ^ position in .Dry.sdalo Co.'s m Lundbivck, Frank and Colemnn be ^.^^..^ ,f Vgncouvor, U.C. ing also in this district. If Sherman ' TWO VIEWS OF SXRINGKNCY. On Tucailay inorninK two Ijelh-h i i.briilgB dtizon.s returned from tho l|>;c38Mt and to thu Herald oxprassod vi�W8 that are dccirkidly interesting � ' la v4e\v of the contrast. B. Moiton , ' ' Jpnes had s|)ont six weeks in To-tf'4't;jiroBt9i Huffalo and other larffo oen-if?f'ti� and money is very !^y;i'tigllt and the jitringoncy iH kconl.v j'ltelt by the Wnonciws. ,1. .1. .Johti-afitoa-Bpent a month among the conri-ty towns and vi)lag���;;;in the puav.'tt ,) Valley and reports ./thiilt money is =;;a,|^t>tlful and: tho. hurd'tiioi.'S I.-nve ^^�mai , hoan  felt exoejjt, by thoso wl)'>so '|i^or�|'B'Horo light this ,vonr on no-��,.,'�oui�t ,of the drought/ , Farrnons ai.d villagers arc improving their f.iaces and going ahead as if there was no stringency. It looks as if those who have capital equal to their unilertuk-ings do not foel the tigntaus.s of money. KIPLING IV THE WE,9T. (Special to the Hirald.) Winnipeg, Oct. S.-Iludyard Kipling, tho famous Ilrltish writer and Imperialist, addi'es.d tho Canadian Club at Winnipeg lust night. He is going farther Wcst.-^ 'I'hp dominion by-oleclion for London, Jfortliumlierland, and North Wellington will bo hold on Oct. 29. really thinks his services nro needed in the-House of Commons he should run in Uii-- Mncl->od conslituyncy where his chances would be ton-fold Ixjttor than in .M�;te is not solidly fdr him. Mr. Simmons has supported the introduction of the eight-hour law in Alberta and in several other ways has displayed his practical sympathy with the worUing-mon. Itlncteod seems to he tho s>|)ot for Mr. Sherman to cultivate- Probably though he has made a deal with the. Society of Equity whereby ho would run for Medicine Hat and farmer c�mte evangelist to cimduct si>ccial services this winter. New York, Oct. 2.' (S|)cclnl.)-H, C. Frick, tho New York financior, paid 100,000 for a ixsrmanont bo.\ at the Afotropolitun Opera riou.so. That njorality that is in working order only when the sherilT is hanging around is of no value. A politician is the man that pulls the wires that create what tho world calls .statesmen. It Is all right to loarn to dream if you can learn at the same time not to expect them to conio true. Twenty-Two Years go. "It js just twenty-two years ago today since lOd. and I drove to I.oth-bridge over the Slacleod Road with a cj.so of drugs umler the .seat of an old buck-board," said .1. I), Higin-botliaiii to tho llerakl man on Tuesday. As they came up the trail, .1. n. walked ahead to tell Ed. hovy to drive to dodge the rocks and boul-jdcrs on tiic road. They put their hors,;s up at Ooorgo Kowo's livery and thems._'jves at the Lelhbridgo Hotel then owned by Henderson and Hogg, rpstairs the partitions wero of cotton and one could .S'tand uj) and sec the whole flat. The shadows caH by tlw candle light were startling in llie^ir clearness. At that time H. Uontley had a small store that ho afterwards used as a flour warohouso and Tom Uot-trell had a store in the building now occupied b.y .\. Hutton. All the rest of the town was tents and slab .shacks. The A.n. & I. Co.'s station had just been comploted, the railway, having licen ojjened the previous Aug Hst by Lord Landsdovne, tlKjn governor-general of Canada. At that time there wore no banks, schools, or (:l)urrhes, although preoch ing Services wer was very flno and wihtor did not set in until New Year's Dn.y. A '.game of bn,soball was iihij'ed on Chri?tinrts Pay. "C4STIL!AN BOOTS" THE trend of fashion in women's shoes is best expressed by our new "Queen Quality" CastHisn Boots. The foreparts and vamps are shorter; the shanks more arched-the heels higher. On the foot this gives the effect of a anfaller Bize. 'Women every-v/here admire tkese pretty styles. They are now ^" all the rage." The genuine are to be had only at this store. In Kid, $3.50; Patents, $4.00: other . "Queen Quality" styles $3.00. FRED GOW & GO. WHAT A COMTORT THEY ARE! Glaaaes. That iJB if they are fitted properly. Pitted to the eyes b<%. that there will be no unnatural Btraina. Fitted to the features so^;; that they will be becoming. Fitted so that they will not feel as it^^. they were goiijg to JFoU off every time you make a move. We do all T this, and charge you only for the glasses. We examine the eyes free ' of charge-and we ses that the lenses are made to correct every de- . feet of your eyep. The sooner you see about your eye trouble. tli�%i easier it will be lo remedy it. Why not to-day ? Oren, eye specialist R. M. WRIGHT THE JEWELLER ;