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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 sutins, full size, special from.... $6 to $19 New Wool Delaines Just the goods yon are looking for for your new Fall Blouse. A big assortment to choose from in stripes, plaidB and floral designs. Fine soft finish, 27 in. wide, sold everywhere at 60c per yard, our price....................................................50c. Ladies' Dress Skirts Imported direct from the makers. Our showing of 6kirts is certainly the best ever. 30 different styles to choose from iu a large variety of dress materials. Our skirts fit and hang 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 onr stock is very complete..................Prices from 2.25 to 2.75 3 SPECIAL OFFERS IN STAPLES White Wool Blankets, $4.25 pair Splendid quality and extra large size, full 7 lbs. in weight. Very soft finish. Regular $5 value.......................Special 4.25 Irish Table Linen 75c yard 3 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 Bnth JTowels. 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 and' you. Every season shows a vast improvement in the quality, finish and style of our shoce and the . shipments which we have recrivrd are gems of the shorroaker's art. both in fit, fashion and finish. We have the kind you like and the kind you want at just the price you want to pay for them. Boys' 2-piece Suits, $2.50 The largest stock of boys' Suits in the city to choose front, in light and dark Tweeds, and made to stand hard usage. Sizes from 22 to iYi. 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 Corduroy 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. Sherman ii\ Politics. A LOCAL BUDGET. MAKING MONEY is a subject tha^iffferests all classes, and as nil classes can interest me, if they have some money to work for them, I am simply going to state that I know of people who \\1w3 made money within the last .K) days by purchasing Leth-bridge real estate-not a startling statement -uo. but the results you are looking for are there. A MONEY MAKER Not a man but some lots, well located, near the Elevators and Mills, for only S2U0 each, half cash. Have water mains. W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lauds and L-'thbridge Properties Room 1, Southard Block, - Phone 122 LETEBIUDGE, ALTA. News' (Culguryi corivsponilem in KiliiiiiUim makes a few remarks concerning l*re-idciit Sherman's entry into I'V(I ii'l-iiiim-nl�rv no-iniiitit inn. Tlii- organ o'" the miners, tho 1'i-riiip Iyilirer, says tin* Society of F.quity and the Millers' 1'iiion are going to 'mite and tight political hat ties in the Maiieod and Miilicine Hat [Vderal const ititciicios and the Frank paper tells us that Sherman is to In1 the candidate in tin* Medicine Hat li'limr. The paper is likely right as Sherman has uunounced his intention of taking up his residence at which is in that const iuien-cy and the centre cf the mining population. Sherman no iloulit llgur.-s he would win if lie had tho harking of the fanners, as well us lli^i fellow-miners hut he nmy have tor got;,)ii to ascertain that t he Society of K'piity is wilhoht any members in W. nn- home from t'al- I� I.. Ilardie is away to ess v on a \ isii. V. \V. l>oole.\ is gary for a few days. Hishop K A. \ unOriiiun of Tabor was In the eit\ yesterday. .1. Thompson of Hottineuu, N. IV the city looking over the conn cent, and the night rate from that 'province one hundred |k.*i" cent. the eipiip- llie Medicine therefor,/ will I let not do anything for him. lend riding then' are i riding and be able to In the Mac-lot of farm- O. W. KERR CO. have opened ollices in the Oliver Bloch, - Room 5 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat 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. its associated with this society and tie miners are also strong, the mine-* ill Lundbr. c'., Frank and t'oli 111 111 be ing also in this district. If Sherman reallv thinks his services are needed in the 11.aise of Commons he shoubl run in th.- Mad .od constituency wheiv his chances would lie ten-iolil better than in Medicine lint. It is pretty certain that \V. ('. Siinmons will be the Li't'eal ce ntlida t e in the Medicine Urn riding. lie now sits in!M,-s- Wilson at tin* Harracks. the legislature and got there l.y d.-!>'>1" Inspector Morris was at (Special, to the Herald.) \\ :nn11M-tr, (let. .'I.-The Cinnli.iii I'acil.c Hailway Telegraph Colpitis inereiis ,l their rates at .1 moment , notice. The new schedule 1 1-cases the d..y rati' from Western Omnri 1 011,. hundred per cent., inctvii-s .i.e day rate from Alberta onu hundred s 111 the city looking over the conn- ; per ivnt., anil the night rate .ie try. .hundred and foiiri*'ii per cent. i,e i II K. nnd Mrs. Miobneh rettiin-ed j ''"j' ''">' f,'"m s��l*atch-w an is in-on Tuesday night from a trip to civummI on.' hundred and fourte -n per Kansas and other points. W. .1. A nn>'.'rung has added s-welj silent salesmen to iiient of his jewelry store. It Morion Jones returiuil on Tuesday from a siv week's trip to his home in Toronto and other eastern points. Mrs. M. Hayes of the Manitoba Free l'r.'ss stall' was in the city yesterday and let for I'incher t' last night. The plant of tile Ituyinoiul ('oner, te I'il' Co., who are putting in the piles for the bridge arrived on Tuesday morning. Miss ('ruddock of the Hudson's Hay Co. sti re leaves on Saturdny to accept a position in ,|)r.\ si laic Co.'s store of \ gneoii ,(.r, ll.C. -Miss I.. McDonald has wired the School Hoard that she cannot come to l-cthliriilge to teach. Miss Sherman of Soiiris, Man., has been engaged since. | Mrs. and Miss Morris niv visiting in the city, tlve guests of Sujit. nnd The dhl' TWO VIEWS OP S'WllNfJHSCY. On Tuosdoy morning two Loth-liridgn citizens returned from thu lOast and to the Herald expressed views that ar" dccidodly interesting In vluw of the contraHt. H. Morton Jones lincl sikjiU six weoks In To-,ronto, HulTalo ami other largo w�n-tres and ivports that money i� very tight ami the utringuncy is keenly K'lt by tho llnunciorH. ,j, J, .Johnston spent a month among tho county towns and vlllagvti in the Otlava . Vajloy and reports' thixt irioney plontiful and tho hard times have not hoon felt exoept by thosn whoso. � crpps wore light this year mi account of the drought. Fur-morn in.d villagers are improving their 1 inctss and going ahead as if there was no stringency. It looks as if tho-ie who have capital equal to their undei'tai.-ings do not fi*ul the tignlnuss of money. feu line l-'rank Sheruuin in u bye-election at a time when the strike was on and the miners were in the humor to support their president. Hut when all is peacel'lll ill thv camp Slier-' (iult man may llnd the mim-rs' ' i!e is not solidly for him. Mr. Simmons has supported the introduction of tho Might-hour law in Alliertn and in several other ways has displayed his practical sympathy with the working-men. Macleod seems to lie tho s"pol for Mr. Sherman to cultivaU*- Probably though he has made a deal with tho Society of Kfpiity whereby would run for Medicine Hat and farmer contest Macleod. If that is true the miners' president has bi>enT given a "raw deal." t'ime stationed at ljcthbridge. On Tuesday Paulina Anna Neidig daughter of Andrew X.'idig of this city died of typhoid fever at the Hospital. Tho funeral takes place this afternoon. Twenty-Two Years go. "Il js just twenty-two years ago today since l'.d. and I drove to Loth-br.djc over the Macleod Itond with I a c ise of drugs uniler the seat of an J old buck-bond." said .1. I). Higin-botham to 'the Herald mill 011 Tues-day. As they came up the trail, .1. ii. walked ahead to tell Kd. how to drive to doike the rocks and boul-, dvrs on tie road. They put their ; Imrs s up at (ieorge Howe's li\ery and tl'eins'ives at the 1 j-thbriilge Hotel then owned by Henderson and lloi;g. I pstairs the partitions were of cotton and one could stand up 'and see the whole flat. The shadows cast by the candle light Were startling in their clearness. At that lime II. Kent ley had u 'small store that la* afterwards used as a Hour warehouse and Tom ltot-I tivll had a More in the building now occupied by A. Hutton. All tho rest of the town was tents and stub shacks. The A.II. & 1. Co.'s station hail just been completed, the railway, having been opened the previous Aug just by Lord Landsdovne, Oven governor-general of Canada, j At that time there wore no banks, schools, or churches, although preach 1 ing services were held in tho dining j room of the l^ethbridgo House, and j in the Alphonse I In II, owned by Al-: phonso Hoberge. Court was held in !th*.> former place. The A.It. �*i I. Mall a  Tuesday mado tor holding tho anniversary near where -No. op Oct. 1H and l-X. He v. I Although It Ktl'l.INO IN' TI1K WKST. (Special to tho II*raid.) Winnipeg, Oct. !l.-Huilyard ling, the famous llrilish writer Imperialist, addressi'd the ('anadian Club nt Winnipeg last night, lie is Is'going farther West. Kip-11 ml Tho Dominion by-election for London, Northumberland, and North Wellington will be held on Oct. 2U. FOOLS AND Til Kill MONKY. New York, Oct. 2. (S|iecial.)-II. ('. I'Yick. the Now York financier, paid SJ00,0(10 for a permanent box at the Metropolitan Opera House. That morulify that is In order only when the sherill ing around is of no value. working is ha 114 i The Sacranwut of the Lord's Sup-i|m'r will be administered in Knox I Church nn Sunday morning, and to-morrow (Friday) evening a preparatory sji" ice will bo hold at eight Wl(H n,rt ,thon built. Tho Compuny o'clock. ! had a boarding house at tho bottom At a special im�oting of the. Quar-luf the incline railway, where Sii|>ci-heiti.rly OlUcial Hoard of Wesley Church 1 ii�t"ndent William Stafford Mvocl, aud on Tuesday night arrangements w*oro wore building another at tho top ?. shaft wits sunk, was a prohibition 10. 10. Marshall of lOdinonton -will tie ' town. * short timo after the Higln-the preacher. It was decided to on- birthuins' arrival a count was made gage Hev, Hobt. McUurd.v, the evan- and it was found that there were gelist to conduct special services this I llfty-two places where li<|Uor could winter. I lie secuivil. TIkto weii' in .Octolnir, 1885, only fiva white ladies in Ix-thbriilge, Mrs. A politician is the man that pulls (l,Venwood. Mrs. .1. DulT, Mrs. W. the wires thai create whut the world stallord, Mrs. K. ljUiilder, and Mrs. calls statesmen. i.Iohn CraiR. Mr. Iliglnliolhiiin said that the fall of 1HH5 was very fine and winter did It is all right to learn to dream if1 not. set in until New Year's Day. A / ymi can learn at the same time not gome of baseball was played on 'to expect them to come truo. | Christinas I'.iy. WHAT A COMFORT THEY ARE! Glasses. That is if they are fitted properly. Fitted to the eyes bc^; that there will be no unnatural strains. Fitted to the features so * that they will be becoming. Fitted so that they will not feel as if^ thoy were goinK to fall off every time you make a move. Wo do all this, and charge you only for the glasses. Wo examine the eyeB free of charge-and we ses that the lenses are made to correct overy de-fact of your eyes. The sooner you Bee about your eye trouble, the-*, easier it will be to remedy it. Why not to-day? Oren, eye specialist R. M. WRIGHT THE JEWELLER | ;