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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 nest art sateens and satins, full size, special from... .$6 to $1U New Wool Delaines Jtist the goods you nro looking for for your new Fall Blouse. 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. BO different styles to choose from in a large variety of dress materials. Our skirts fit and hang well and are right up to the minute in style..........Prices from 3.60 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 cxlro largo she, full 7 lbs. in weight. Very Boft 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 00c yd....... ............Special 75c Bath Towels, 25c. 100 unbleached Bath iTowels, bought at a price, with red and white stripes, regular 3oc quality....................Special 25c Seasonable Footwear at Reasonable Prices. We hove nn 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 shoee and the shipments which we have received are gems of the shoemaker's art, both in fit, fashion and finish. We have the kind you like nud the kiud 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 tho city to choose from, in light and dark Tweeds, nnd made to stand hard usage. Sixes from 22 to 83. Special prices.............................from 2.50 up Boys' 3-piece Suits, $4.00 In light and dark Tweeds. Bight up-to-date in every particular, and mode from imported Tweeds, sizes 28 to 33. Prices from 4.00 Boys' Corduroy Pants, 60c. pair 75 pairs splendid quality English Cordnroy 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 sices, worth 3.50 suit........................................Our price 2.76 SOLE AGENTS FOR BUTTERICK PATTERNS. mmmmm mmnimmmmmmmm MAKING MONEY is a subject that interests all classes, and a* all classes can interest me, if they have some money to work for them, I am aimply going to state that I know of people who taava saade money within the last 30 days by 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 but some lots, well located, near the Elevators and Mills, for only (200 each, half cash. Have water mains. AI Af Al MllMlFT r W* Diamond Coal Co. are gottlng LVUU. DUWILI. '.^pns prepared for hauling cnl to Leadings, fetch wagon will have a Mrs. P. P. KJrkbain has li*n v�-y Til for several day*. Ropt, I bey of Cardston, sprat Tuei day in tho city. Homestead Inspector C. R. Will* lams is in the cky today. Prof. DooHttle of nrandon College, fc�3 tov in tQwa during the paat The homestead entries for September wore 149 as against 177 for the same month lost year. E. E. Thompson and wife of High W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Loth bridge Properties Room 1, Southard Block, - ' Phone 122 LETHBKIDGE, ALTA. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE. Notice of Local Improvement Notice is hereby given (hat in pursuance of a nftuliiiiim passed in i'min til on the Ki".cn;li de> oi � toluv. 1007, ll.e Cwum i! of ii..- t'n.v of JjoUiI ridge ititu-il.-. m .on.irmt Hi � following Work of l.o.-;il Improve iiuint, viz;'-Tin- laying ui 1. NKWKU ICKJUT INCH 1'U'E Anderson-Martin. The Okotoks wedding ( Mr formerly of tnc bridge. 'I'll- marring; of Mr. I i-rtu. Hcview rcpn�is the Ash worth Anderson, riiion Hank ui lx-tli of Frcdena, dnught.-i .las Martin, �>f Okotoks, Alto Mr. At.hwoi-th Anderson capajjfty of acven ions. Ttaey w|ll be Jiauled by a traction engine. A shotting party including E. IT. Jluylands, A. B. fltn/foW. ti. 5!*e-Iwth and others went on Wednesday morning to Milk River Itldge to make a killing among the duck* for ten days. The real rotate men hare been prac -tlcing baseball every day on the square, getting ready for their match with tho school boys. Last Saturday 'the game went seven Innings to Itiver went through tho city on their,� lwo way to Spring Coulee. The Ijcthhridge Tron Works I.nr. just E. K. Thompson, of High Hiver. Al completed an order for twenty-five lierln's most extensive fanner was in ~' ' *"" *u" the city Tuesday. .). Hopkins, who is in charge of tho immigration work al Magruth, was in the city on Wednesday. ,i. w. Murtin, inspector of Doinin-! Wesley Church Anniversary ion l^aml I Wires, who now makes his home at Medicine Hat, was in the' The regular anniversary services in city yesterday. I ! Th;� kindergarten department of the public school will start in the audi-turiiini of the Huptist Tabernacle, on Momlay. 1 John Acton had one of the bones of I his left forearm broken al th.- t'.l'. 1 II. roundhouse this morning by huv- : ing a plank fall on him. Miss ('ruildoi-k. who leit on Saturday last for VancoiiviM', H.C . vvils utit *arl en*-cent lirooeb l.\ lier associates in tho Hudson llav Co. Mrs. A. E. Humphries p*turn--d Hots of coal car wheels for the (Jul braHh mine at Lundbreck and has ' started on an order for the Maple ljcaf Mine at lVcllevue. connection with Wesley Church be held Sunday and Monday. On Sunday the Hev. E. E. .Marshall, It. A , of Edmonton, r-cntly of Ingcr-soll, Out., will preach at both s.T-\ices. Mr. Marshall is making u big hit in Kdmonton and will doubtless attract great crowds bent on Sun-dav. s Aid of the On Saturday Chief Parry went to Calgary to bring back to Lethbridge C. M. Jamlcnon, who had been ar-rewted by Chief Engllnh 4n that city on a warrant iwaued la�t Priday by Magistrate Humphries at the instance eloni;ing to his uncle to sv-ll and I lint be had pl,-tced it with the Mason Ijind Co. Jamieson's commis-will1when the land was sold would be twenty-live cents an ncre or $'.KHI. The sale of two sections was practically completed. Ho 'said that when the land was sold he could hold tl'e aieised's commission and pay the debts he had colli.rncted. This was agnvable to the p-irties lav ini{ the rhurges, so thoy were wH hdrawn. hard, will serve a supp.-r in their! The magistrate in ngn*inK to the usual liotinl.ii'ul inauiier. Mr. Marshall will deliver an address after tjie sup|k'r. The resident. inliiisiU-rs havu t H^-n asked to ai'einl and s|wak. A 'ini.sical and liu-rary propramme of above course, gave the accused a m>vero casected tu bo in U'thbridge nex-t Thursday. The loll I wxtend n hearty invitation to everyone to attend nil these services. Burns Beat Chandler. Hum, B-t. and Harmless Hoad. *. SIDEWAL.K VOVn FOOT FINNIC. On West sido of Crobb St. from a point 28t� foot sooth of Courtland for 381 fevt to Ixm don Hoad. And all portions concerned aro horo-bjr notified tha-t unless thn majority of tho owners to be nfTeeted repre-�onting nt least one' half the va,lue. Cuereof, potition tho council agains�t ine Memo within ton days ufter the last publicuition of -this notice, which Will bo on itbe tweirtyvlghth day of Honolulu ami Ootolior, 1907, such work will bo pro iwr. ' ooedud with and the cost thereof qs-n;ssed against the projx'rty affected by the by-law in that behalf. ,. Dated-this 10th day of October, A. * JP. 1907. - . GEOHOE W. nOWNSON, fjP-1?. Sccreia ry-Treu�urvr. ion i^H�on, of Calgary, whilo Mr. Heel or P. Laundry, barrister of Ed-uionton, supported tho groom. Miss Tompkins played tho woddiug march nnd Mr. II. 11. Todd sung "0|AK,.,t MeMullen. Tcr/oct Love" during the stgniug of j \\ino o'clock, the register. linmeclinlely nftor tho ceremony tho young couple, with their attendants and ushers, Mr. F. I- Watt, of High' 0^'lt!^,,' ''ringing them down Iwlow the arrived In tho city nt one o'c.io � this morning on their way to I.amoiit. There nre thritwrn cars and are in charge of General Ijive Stock The train Wt at o'clock. The Dominion Espress Company has cut its rates on foreign money ml $lh. Diuice to begin nt i)M0 o'clock Ttilliert of St. Marys, to Com Mugce blgh't refrvshiiieuts will Ik' served, of Chicago, 111, Tickets ?0c. each. If real coffee disturbs your stomach, your heart or kidneys, then try this clnvor cofTco 'imitation-Dr. of j Slump's Health Cofleo. Dr. Sboop