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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ftv d Rev. r. S, ParrotA of Albion Hidge was in the city on Tuesday. Miss tfl. K, Austin nan returned from an extended visit to Abernothy Sa�k. When you want any job printing dono remember that The Herald haH exceptional equipment for this -work. mm K. McKay of Lcthbridge is viatolng with Mrs. W. A. Chisholm until after the Nanton fall fair.-Nan ton News. You are invited to ootne and look through our complete stocks, and see what we can do for you in supplying you season's wants. Whether to buy or only to look, you are J welcome here. Lovely Things among the Dress Goods r Never before'have we shown such a large range of Fashionable Fabrics (or Costumes nd Suits in shades of brown, blue, green, grtys, wine and black. Then again, our prices are right. We don't put up the price, because the goods are new. If you'll look you'll find we SELL AT CITY PRICES, SOMETIMES UNDER. Tweeds at 60c. A splendid range of Heavy Tweeds, just the thing for girls' school dresses, the kinds that stand hard wear. Our price is special at per yard...........................60c. Meltons at 30 and 50c. A warm serviceable Dress Goods for little money in a good range of shades, navy, brown, green, greys and black, and good value at the price. Per yard.... 30 and 60c. We've piles of New Skirts, and they are selling. Some elegant Plaids, fine plain Amazons, black Panamas, and fancy Tweed Effects. The prices run from $3.00 to 9.C0. See them, you'll say they are worth more money. Ladies' Cloth Coats Fur Ruffs and Muffs We are showing a much better range of Coats than usual, and can save you money if you require one this season. Dark tweeds and plain cloths are good. See the Coats we are selling at..... 10.00,14.00 and 17.00 Last year we sold a great many small furs' should sell more this season, stocks are larger and better assorted. Then again, the people are better acquainted with our system of doing business. We don't charge furrier's prices,but can beat any city catalog. See this bargain, Ladies' Eaton Suits Black, brown; navy and grey, well tailored, and of fine quality materials. Sizes 34 to 38, only six suits in the lot, to clear at about half regular price-$0.50, 9.00 and 10.00. It. It, Stafford, son of the late Win Stafford, hns returned from a sojourn of nearly ucven years -in Alaska. W. A. Uuchnnan, of Edmonton, Pro vinctnl Librarian, and formerly editor of The Herald, spent the week end in the city. Mrs. Dovlne, proprietress of tho Al-l>crta Hoarding Houhc, has leased the residence of John A. Silver on Westminister Rotvtl, On Saturday evening at the Baptist Tabernacle, Tie v. Wm. Held will take as his subject "An Awful End to nn Awful Life." C. J, Eckstorm is city today. Lieut. Percy Shaw who has been seriously 111 with pneumonia Is now improving. The Customs returns for September �t the LcthbrWtgo office won 110,990.34. 1 Mrs, Wm. Morrison and her two children leave on Sunday night, for a two months' visit nuar Brandon, Man. Mrs. II. T. Baker, who has boon visiting her sister, Mrs. C. V. Bennett, returned to Lumsden, Sask., on Sunday morntng. Maurice Thomas who was, injured in the ashpit has so much improved that he will be out of the hos pltal in a few days. The new legal forms, seals, stamps etc., for tho Supreme and District Courts of Alberta have boon received by tho Clerk of the Court. Mrs. Hayes of Winnipeg, who writes for the Manitoba Free Press under the name Mary Mark well, is in the city getting soma Sunny Southern Alberta booster copy. HEN MJHMWUSCMet A-1 * J iV c. Jb is Aft t&r a lady looks jfo psmy in a new DRESS, WITH MCE GLoVEJ and new S0D7^ and BOSTEA BR .1 1 > m - 1 IF At* X. WtTHM.tVtHt %W  In Time of Sickness nd all family receipts left with 3 receive our special attention. All being accurately compound-and promptly delivered. 0 . JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. LOCAL BUDGET. Tuber on J. I. "Eakin K|K.�nt Wednesday in Cal wy. Miss Cooksley was in uesclay and Wednesday on business. W. C. Simmons. M.P.P.. V** >'��-.rday for Toronto and other east- n points. Auction sale of wall paper at Turn's Furniture Store on Saturday, ct. 12. at 8 p.m. J. T. ttings, of Johannesburg, ransvaal, S. A., is visiting his bro- r A. W. Hings. Mr. .J^W, Turpin, of Lothbridge, �ent Sfcday in the city with his othergi_.Medicine Uat News. Dr. J. A. Rdllins of Raymond, ac-mpanied by Mrs. ltollins and Miss oMns came to the city Monday ev- Many articles are required, such as Bad Pans, Hot Water Bottles, Syringes, Thermometers, Ice Bags, Invalid Cushions, Medicine Glasses, Toilet Paper, Sick Feeders, Crutches, Sponges, Disinfectants, etc., etc. We are headquarters for all sick room supplies. J. D. iliginbotham & Co. Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49. Resident Graduate Night Clerk. ing. of Th* marriage of David Da vies, )eman� and Lavinla Cox, of Wales, as Bolemni/ed in the Uaptist Church jrWay last. Rev. Win. lieid ofttciotr I. Miss O. Gibbons, of Iroquois, Ont. Ived in the *oity on Monday to sit her brother It. .V. Gibbons, of L*>thbridge Financial & liealty t jA. 1*. Keyes, the woll known black Kh purposes going to Victoria, B. in a short time to stay a few onths looking after his business in-res4s there. W. Llgffins has rontod | s shop for the timo. The Trusts and Guarantee Comp-liimited, have been appointed ardians of the infant children of lat^ John T. Fairle.v, who rositl-at Medicine Hut, and who was Hod in a railway accident at Mac* id In Sept., 1900. Mr. and Mrs. F, W. Downer .left Sunday for Maple Creek. F. Sick of the IMhbrldge Brewing & Malting Co., went to Calgary ou Tuesday. Among Friday's visitors wore Senator and Mrs. Wood, who wore accompanied by their two sons, B. It. and A. T. Wood. The president oi the Bar-Tenners Union, Dan Haley, reports that everything has boon satisfactorily sotu ll^fd by the hotel men and the union with the exception of one or two minor questions. Mrs. T. M. Kvans and family who have been "in California for nearly a yooir returned to the c^ty on Saturday. Mr. Evans accompanied them. They are occupying their new homo on Bartlrtt St. W, H. Fairfield, suporint>mdent of Farm, returned on Sunday. He to it PA The teacher'* convention for the .chers In tho inspectorate supor-hy J! W. Brown, which in-idw the country from Nanton lie Boundary and Jrpm tho Rockies \> Sashatohowati will bo held I�thbcidge early in r. The committeo is now at work uring fpynces for the accommoda-n of th� visiting pedagogues and give them a pleasurable tjime. It expected that X3. J. Bryan and er to*4i�g educationalisU will be the Experimeivtal from Kingston, Ont., spent a couple of days 4n Ottawa con suiting with Director Saunders on departmental business. Charles Kdwards was convicted by Magistrates Humphries and liolcher for selling liquor to Indiann, and was fined f 50 and costs or one month imprisonment. , He elected the latter. Two Indians were also fined (10 or Miss Olive Davies is visiting - in Calga�ry. V. G. K. Nourso made a trip to Magrath on Monday. If. J. 1J. Skeith went to Calgary on Tuesday for a day. Seneca Jones, of 1 tamllton, Ont., wiw* in the city Saturday. Mayor Galhrnith leaves on Monday for a brief visit to eastern points. There is to be a social in the Albion Hidge School House on Friday Got. 18th. C. B. Bowman left this morning on a trip to Spokane, Seattle, and port land, Oregon. Supt. Wilson, It.X.W.M.P. is making an ins|*'ction of the international boundary outposts. Ed Kenny, of Ross & Kenny, of ltosebud Crvek, north of Gleichen. came to the city on Monday. L. H. Fowler, chief of the Fire Hri-gndJ! returned the beginning of the week after a brief visit to Calgary. About two hundred new books have I wen added to the Central School Library bringing the number up to over six hundred volumes. I. I). McKelvio and Miss F. McKol vie of Brandon, Man., father and sis ter of Mr. McKoh'ie, clothing merchant have taken up their residence at the old BurkKt home. Chns. McCleneghan accompanied his father on a trip to lOdmonton last week. Ho s more convinced thuai ever that the Lethbridge district is better than any in the province. Postmaster Higinbotham has intercepted a large number of immoral postal cards during the past few days. The transmission of postal cards that are obscene or suggestive is positively forbidden. The authorl ties in this way strive to cause people of such depraved natu(es to koop their vileness to themselves. Tinsel postcards aro also forbidden unless enclosed 'In an envelope. The first social evening given by tho Westminister Guild of Knox' Church was a groat, succesfl. Over ono hundred were present to enjoy the programme and refreshments, j The various vice-presidents made short addresses, tho social vice-president making a great hit. Among the other monitors of the programme wore a short, address by Rev. A. M. Gordon, a "Habitant" reading by J. II. Rilpy, a solo by W. McKay, and a quartette by MessrH. Dobbin, S'loan, Marshall, and Cope. Mrs. nnd Miss Austin will not receive tomorrow (Friday) and in future will receive the second Thursday of the month when Miss llobb will receive with them. W. Gunn of .1. Gunn & Sons, arrived last night. He says that the work on the bridge will be pushed rapidly forward as soon as the CM*. R. engineers have the surveys completed. W. S. Stavert, of Montreal, who was liquidator of the Ontario Bank for the Ikxnk of Montreal, and who Is president of the Canadian Bankers* Association was in the city this week. The Herald, with its otl�or improve moots bns added an exceptionally fine stock of stationery. You know where to get the very best stationery print ed in the neatest and most attractive style. The weekly Bible classes held in St. Augustln's Church by the reotor are being we IJ attended. The sub. Jeet of the course of studies Is 4 "Church Principles for Christian i*eo- ple." Ijetters of administration of the estate of Kdwnrd MuflU, who was kill- I ed -in the C.P.R. yards last August have been issued to Mate MoftU, of Ijethhridgc The value of the estate is put at fl~r>. A. G. Ross, manager of the Trust & Guarantee Co. who arc public administrators for the Lot abridge judicial district is In the city in con-niect'ion wKh the administration of tlw estate of the late Roy Foster. Tho first olfictions for the election of benchers for the Law Society of Allmrta will lw held on November iHh. A list of those eligible to vote has been received by the Clerk of the Court and can be seen in his olllco. On Thanksgiving owning. Oct. 31, a thanksgiving service wll,l he hold in St. August'ln's Church. After the service there will bo a social in the rectory. No admission will be charg ed but anyone wishing to make a freewill ottering to the Church Building fund may do so. of Tlw managers of tho Liothbrldge public cemetery have made arrangements with the Trusts & Guarantee Co. of Calgary for the filing of agreements for the sale of lpts in the cemetery. -Purchasers of lots can at any time refer to tho original agreement deposited with the above company nnd can thus l>e assured as to the title of their property. An Awful Death. On Saturday morning there occurred at the Junction, cast of tho city. DID YOU EVER. GO TO A PARTY AND .STAND IN THE CORNER,, AND SPEND MO-ST or THE TIME IN THE DRESSING ROOM OR STAND IN THE CORNER, 5E-CAUSE YOU WERE NOT DRESSED RIGHT? IT WOULD HAVE 5EEN LOTS BETTER ir YOU HAD STAYED AT HOME BECAUSE ir YOUJGO TO A PARTY AND ARE NOT DRESSED RIGHT YOU WON'T HAVE A MT OF TUN. PLEASURE IS WORTH LIVING FOR. TO GET PLEASURE DRESS UP. IT WON'T COST YOU MUCH To DRESS X/P. WE HAVE PLACED IN STOCK THIS WEEK, CASHMERE AND LUSTRE EMBROIDERED BLOUSES, TARTAN SILK BLOUSES, PLAIN TAFFETA BLOUSES IN NAVY, CARDINAL, BLACK, PINK AND GREEN. WE HAVE THE NEWEST IDEAS IN FANCY LISLE AND CASHMERE EMBROIDERED HOSIERY. FOWNE'S KID GLOVES IN BLACK, WHITE, SLATE AND TANS. EDWIN C. BURTS FINE SHOES FOR WOMEN. r RESPECTFULLY, The Bentley Company Hev. Wm. Hoid leaves on Monday no of lne m0st horrible accidents In WHOLESALE AND RETAI* i morning for Hed Deer to .attend tho' Alberta Baptist Association. Ho will bo away all week. The congregation here hns invited the Association to meet here next ycarr Note-As the cutter on the new press does not work satisfactorily, The Herald was published last week and this in its present shape. As soon as tho part is received, tho Herald will tako its usual form. Norman Higinbotham, the .young son of J. 1>. Higinbotham was severely sea 1/lcd on Saturday evenibg by turning on the hot water tap in tho bath tub without turning on the cold also. He slip|ied into tho hot water and both legs woro badly scalded. Ho Js improving satisfuctorily at present Immigration Officer A. K. Hum. phries left on Tuesday night for Mon treat to deport two undesirable immigrants called "Wcadilly" Lawrenco and Nell McPhcrson, who have been In tho country about a year and worked hard every day at borrowing money and lighting booze. Mr. and Mrs, W, A. Buchanan, of Kklmontoti, Alta., wore visiting at the latter's old home here. Mr. Buchanan was, up to a few months* ago, editor of the Ijnthbridge Herald, one of Allwrta's most -influential journals He is now the Provincial librarian ot Alberta, which appointment he lately received.-Uoumsvillo (Ont.) Ex press. H. W. Fair He, agent of tho Ifcll Tel ephone Co. fori lied Deer and La-coml^e is going east to take a course at the Kchool of Practice Science at Toronto. Mr. Falrlio was a genial, ofllcicnt agent, but he properly has his eye on higher service, and is going first after the necessary education He will bo succeeded by II. C. Long of Jjothbridgo.-Ited Doer Advocate. imprisonment for drunkenness. the On Saturday, W. S, S. Gillis, well-known rancher delivered to P. Burns & Co. sixty-two hoad of beof Noveml cattle. T. W. Croft, tho local manager for P. Burns & Co. states that tho bunch was one of the best ho had received this fall. It is very evident that the hard weather experienced la�t winter had little or no offeot upon the quality of beef marketed this fall. At tho High School Literary Socio ty meeting on Friday last, it was do* elded in debate that married life is not preferrable to single life. W. Haley in a witty speech and Dora Nimmons in an able address won tho debate for tho negative from p. Mio-bach and Jessfe Coun. who valiantly upheld the cause of the married people. Miss Bennett, Winnifrcd Hyssop and G. A. Virtue woro tho judges. A feature of the "Lit" was a chorus by the girls. Jus. 10. Kenny, assistant editor of the Observer, read an excellent number of his paper. As an ovidence of the esteem in which Mrs. J. It. Anderson is held by her many friends and acquaintnnc us in High River, a farewell dance was given in hor honor on Friday evening last. Tho music which was furniHhod on this occasion by the Calgary orchestra, was delightfully up-to-date and _ satisfactory and all pixjrant thoroughly enjoyed the affair. Their only regret boing that it was in reality tho last event of the kind i'lich Mrs. Anderson would bo nt as a High Rivorito. It is however, the sincere wish of all Inter ested thnt they may at some future date, give another dance welcoming hor return to our town, if not to remain, at least as a guest, and much as wo regret iier departure, wo realize that our loss will bo Loth bridges gain, so congratulate Lothbridge.- High River Times, the history of the city, and district, when Hoy Foster, a fallen woman, who was tho keo|�or of a resort just outside tho city limits was burned to death. Fortunately she was alone or tho fatalities would have been mora numerous. Albout half past six o'clock Win. Virtue who lives close by sav- smoke issuing from tho building. He nnd tho Chinaman cook who was in the neighboring shack tried to get inside to rescue the inmate and hor |>ro|M*rty. Warren MeUiino. the team stcr in charge of tho A. H. & I. Co's stables also hurried to tlw scene. Tho city fire brigade has tenet i out but were unable to do anything as* their thousand foot of hose was insuflloient to none It the noa rent hydrant. The building was past saving at any rate The body of ttio unfortunate woman was found where the stairway to tho cellar had been There wore suspicions of foul play as Mack Sing, the cook, declared that he heard tho voice of a man in the building after Uoy Fostor had had a lunch about one o'clock in tho morning. The finding of the jewels, she was known to possess, allayed any such suspicions, however. Coroner J. B. Higinbotham held an Inquest at the R.N.W.M.P. Barracks on Monday morning and evening. The Jurors woro W. A. Ott, O, H. Johnston, E. J. Frasor, 0. Burkitt, H. J. II. SkeHh, and E. N. Wakely. Tho evidence of Wm. Virtue and W, B. Me La too and Mack Sing told of tho discovery of tho firo, tho efforts to break into tho building, and to put out tho firo. An explocrlon was heard during tho firo. J. II. Fleetwood told of the efforts of the fire brigade and that the building was a mass of (lames when the Brigado arrived. J. McB. Shively, liveryman, gave evidence that ho had driven a woman Dorothy Davis, to the place and back the night before and that tho deceased had said sho was going to Spokane on Monday morning. J. J. Furman, the ownor of tho house testified that the rent was paid up to Octol>er 14th. II. S. Mabce of tho Bank of Montreal gave evidence that W. S. Mal-lury had inquired If jewels supposed to have been owned by tho deconsod had been deposited in tho bank, and J. R. Stamer of tho same bank testified that ho l)elleved the deceased had an account in tho savings department under tho name of Nita Campbell. W. 8. Mallory said that tlw deceased was his wife, they having married in Wallace, Idaho, in Aug. 1897. She had between $2,000 and 13,000 with lie identified several of Prompt Delivery Telephone 33 Givin one line, adding to another Beginning Now, Ending Oct. 12th G. H JOHNSTON will sell at a SPECIAL DISCOUNT for CASH his Slock of Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings Men's Fancy Vests 3.00 for 2.00 Waterproofs 5.50 for 3.50 6.50 for 1.50 \ eu's Reefers 4.50 for 2.00 " 3.76 for 2.00 Pants 2.00 for 1.40 3.25 for 2.35 Suits 10.00 for 6.75 Boys* Reefers, 3.75 for 2.85 3.50 for 1.50 Assortment of Men's Vest* for 05c. Etch. en's Felt Hate 1.75 for 1.15 2.50 for 1.85 This line is especially large and well assorted, Ienfs Caps i workiuR, church and balls. Tweed. Cloth and Imitation Far, Shirts for Collars, Ties, etc. Why do we Advertise this Sole T Experience has taught us that one line of up-to-date goods is better than many poorly assorted. Men have taken our store as being devoted solely to ladies* goods. We have no room for displaying more than one line, 1 ohnston All the late.t Novelties in TRIMMED AND UNTRIM1  Are now on display. Children's wear a specialty, W. H. Scott, L. A. Scott, Proprietor. onager HILL BLOCK. DUFTEMN STBCET of jewelry. tho articles as belonging to his wife. | The verdict returned was: i Dotoctivo Sergeant P. Kgan ot tho R.N.W.M.P force ioW of the discovery of tho ttkuM and part of the body in -tho ruins and of the Jewelry. He identified the skeleton by the false tooth, and mid that the deceased was w a morphine fiend but not a drinker. That on Saturday morning, October 5th,: A.l>. 1907/the deceased Roy Foster, came to her death at tUs Junction east of Uji city ot I#Wv-bridgo, by uu meat ion and burning, the fire having been caused by suAf means unknown to tte JWQrft* 4 - ^ t ;