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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 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 beet art sateens and satins, full size, special from____$6 to 119 New Wool Delaines Jnst the goods yon are looking for for yonr 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 pnoe. .50c. Ladies' Dress Skirts Imported direct from the makers. Onr showing of skirts is cer-tainly the best ever. 30 difPerant styles to choose from in a large variety of dress materials. Our skirts fit and hang well and are right np to the minute in style..........Prices from 3.50 to 12.00 Ladies' Golf Jackets I. 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 STAPLES White Wool Blankets, $4.25 pair Splendid quality and extra large size, full 7 lbs. in weight. Very soft finish. Regular 15 value.......................Special 4.25 Irish Table Linen 75c yard 3 pieces pure Irish Table Liuen, 72 in. wide, in very neat floral designs, bought to sell at J)Oc yd....................Special 75o Bath Towels, 25c. 100 unbleached Bath 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 shoes and the shipments which we nave received are gems of the shoemaker's art, both in fit, fashion and finish. We have the kind you like and the kind you want at jnst 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 from, in light k and dark Tweeds, and made to stand hara usage. Sizes from 22 W to 33. Special prices.............................from 2.50 up Boys' 3-piece Suits, $4.00 itji 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 76 pairs splendid quality English Corduroy koee pants, well sewii, sizes 22 to 32, easily worth 90c pair..........Oar price, 60o pair Men's Wool Underwear, 2.75 Suit Penman's fine elastic ribbed Underwear, the proper garments for fit. comfort and quality, wariranted unshrinkable, all sizes, worth 3.50 suit.........................................Our ^rice 2.75 SOLE AGENTS FOR BUTTERICK PATTERNS. MAKING MONEY b a rabjeot thai intensta all claiaet, and aa all elaiiea can interest me. it they have some money to work tor them, I am limply going to state that Iknow of people who hara �ade money within the last 30 days by parebasing Leth-bridge real estate-not a startling itatemeot-no, but the lesurts you are looking tor are there. A MONEY MAKER Not a man but some lots, well located, near the Elevators and Mills, for only $200 each, half cash. Have water mains. W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties Room 1, Southard Block, - ' Phone 122 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE. Notice of Local Improvement Nwtk'c is hcroby given that in pursuance of a rosolul'ioii passed in ('oviii til on llio sevjjiiDi liny 111' 0(;Lo!iei", 1907, the Council of lii.j (.Ul.y of Ijethbridge intends to construct tlio following work of Local Improve-luant, viz--The layins of  1., SEWKU BIGHT INCH VIVV AnderaoH'Martin. The Okotoks Koview ropojls the wOHlding of Mr. Ashworth Anderson, fonnLTly of tno Tnion Uuuk at Lctli- 'l"he marrinpi? of Fredona, daughtor of Mr. .las. Martin, of Okotoks, .VI-lierlu. to Mr. Ashwoith Antol> in towa during the pa*^ week, Vh* homestead entries for September were 149 as against 177 (or thej same month last year. E. E. Thompson and wife of High River went through the city on their way to Spring Coulee. K. K. Thompson, of High River, Al berta's most extensive farmor was in the city Tuesday. J. Hopkins, who is in charge of the immigration work at Magrath, was in the city on Wednesday. ^ .J. W. Martin, inspector of Dominion Land Offices, wlio now makes his home at Medicine Hat, was in the city yesterday. The kindergarten doiiartment of tho public school will start in the auditorium of the liaptist Tabernacle on Monday. John Acton had one of the bones of his left forearm broken at tlie C.I', it. roundhouse this morning by having a plank fall on liini. Miss Craddock, who lel"t on .Saturday last for Vancouver, B.C., wa� made the rocipii'nt of a jwarl cres- 'JtM Diamond Coal Co. are getting ,pl4;oM prepared tor faaulinB coal to Le^iiigs. E^aeh wagon will b*v� a cap^^y of Seven'ions. They' will J�. la'*.'-r**  tractioa engine. A ahqpting party iociudiag B. it. �uyl�nd., A. a. fltalfom, n. M*^-beth^and others went on Wednesday mor^'ng to Hivik River Ridg� to make a iciUing among the ducks for tea days. The real entaie men have been prae ticing baseball every day on the square, getting ready for their match with the school boys. Last Saturday "the game went seven innings to a tie, two, all. The lethbridge Iron Works i.a/ just completed an order for twenty-five sets of coal car wheels for the Gal-brarth mine at LunUbreck and has sitBPted on an order for the Maple Ix'af Mine at Itellevue. cent brooch by her associates in the Hudson lla.v Co. Mrs. .'V. R. Iluniphrios roturm-d from Eur FOOT PI..ANK. On M'oAt side of Crabb St. from a point 289 foot south of Courtland for 381 feet to Lon don Road. And all persona concerned are hero-liyncrtifled that unless the majority ?>f the owners to , be affected repre-SMating at least pncVhalf the vailuu tfaeroof, jjolitnon the council against ilMname withtn ten days aftvr the Uat publication of this notice, which .Wili be on ithv twenty-eighth day of. Honolulu and will return Ootolwr. 1907, such work will bo pro |>cr. lending the Woman's l.Miristian Tem-j.erHnce I'nion Convention for AH>er-' ta and Saskatchewan. Mrs. .\. Gordon, Dominion secretary of the W.C.T.U. is e.\i)octcd to tie in Lethbridge ne.x't Thursdn,y. The local union will arrange for a public MKvting on the occasion. A train lend of the bulTalo herd arrived in the city at one o'i'.lo;ii this morning on their way to Lamont. There are thritoen cars and are in charg* of General Ijive Stock Agent McMullen. The train loft at three o'clock. The Dominion Express Company has cut its rates on foreign money orders, Ijringing them down liolow the cost of post office money orders t'* outside point.s. As.an example an ITtb, at 11 o'clock, Ucv. K. S. Bishop, the pastor olfioiating. 'i'ho bride, who was given oway by her father, was attondod by Misci Sil-(�n ItQcson, of . Calgary, whilo Mr. 1 lector P. Laundry, barrister of Edmonton, supported the groom. Miss Tompkins played the wedding march and Mr. H. H. Todd sang "O Perfect Love" during the signing of the register. Imioeclintely after the ceremony the yovnig couple, with their attendants and ushers, Mr. P. L. Watt, of High Ihver, and Mr. W. C. Frew of Calgary, left for Calgary where Mr. and, . Mrs. Anderson took the west bound j f"' c'"*" �1.32 by train for coast cities. Cal,ifornia and' '^""^ "�'^'"^ '^'^^ n Nov^. liruce, R. Nimmons, E. ^grains or caroals; with Malt, Nuts, Hill's Hall on Tuesday evening, Oot. ' liynii. W. (Mivcr, It. 0. McCluro, and etc. Made in one minu'tc. No ted-l.^th. Diuico to begin at-O.MO o'clocJc K. Kenny, S that they will be bsicominjf. Fitted so that they will not feel as if they were KoinR to fall off every time you make a move. We do all this, ami charge you only for the glasses. We examine the eyes frea of oliarge-and we ses that the lenses are made to correct every rle^ feet of your eyes. The sooner yon see about your eye trouble, fhe easier it will be to remedy it. Why not to-day? Oren, eye specialist R. M. WRIGHT THE JEWELLER. .. ^ ;