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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta i Ready with the Goods lor Fall Business! You mte invited to come and look throngh onr complete stocka, and Me what we can do for yon in aupplying you wawn's wants. Whether to buy or only to look, you are welcome here. Lovely Things among the Dress Goods Never before have we shown luch a large range of Fashionable Fabrics for Gostnmes and Suits in shades,of brown, blue, green, gn-ys. wine and black. Then again, onr prices are right. 'We doii't put up the price because the goods are new. If you'll look you'll find we (SELL AT CITY PBIOES, SOMETIMES UNDER. Tweeds at 60c. . A splendid range of Heavv Tweeds, just the thing for girls' school dresses, the kinds > that stand hard wear. Our price is special at per yard..........................60o. Meltons at 30 and 50c. A warm serviceable Dress Ooods 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 50c. We've piles of New Skjrts, and they are selling. Some elegant Plaids, fine plain Amaxons, black Panamas, and fancy Tweed Effects. The prices run from $3.00 to 9.00. See thcftait you'll say they are worth more money. Ladies* Cloth Coats We are showing a much better range of Goats than usual, and can save you money if you require one this season. Dark tweeds and plain cloths are good. See the CJoata we are seUing at^.... 10.00,14.00 and 17.00 Fur Ruffs and Muffs 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 w;ith 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 regularprice-$6.50, 9,00 and 10.00. A. city yo�tci-day. Charles IJiirt, of Nelson, was rtown on Thursday \mt, .t. n. Shearer of Taber was in town on Sunday. A. Taylor, of Woodstock, Ont., fai spending a few days In the city. Dr. and Mrs. Stewart have returned from their trip to the Coast. Dr. Oeorge and Mrs. Mal^otmson of Frank ware in town Tuesday. E. A. Cunningham made a trip to Taller and Qraasy Lake this week. F. U. Patton and L. X. Hcan, He gina, were in Uithbridgo on Tuesday O. Mead, a C. P. It. section man, died at the Ua^t hospital on Satur day. Mrs. .f. Wilson left on Monday night to join her husband in Boss-land, B.C. There was a large attendance on Tuesday night at the first Gait Hos (jital dance. J. S. Oliern who ia opening up a coal mine near Milk Hlver was in the city yesterday. i1. W. MvN'icgl, of the Enterprise Lumber Co. went, to High 6iver on WednesdiQ-. E. Pipe, factor of the Hudson Bay Co| Norway House is in town for ck few days. Mrs. It. H. McDuffee, of Boneman, Mont., formerly of Raymond, is' vis-Hing Mrs. C. McKillop. .Jesse B. Walker has purchased the residence on Courtland St. formerly occupied by S. J. McDiarmid. John Sorgard of , the Little Bow country was brouglit to the city on Monday, being ill with typhoid fever C. R. Daniel has rented hjs Silver farm to Newton Bros, who are rapidly preparing to put-it all in wheat. F. C. Potts, Inspector of school lands, was in the city the beginning of the u-eek, from Brandon, Man. H. J. H. Skeith, who has returned from Calgary has iKjen appointed agent fifr tlic Calgary Pii� Insurance Co. N E. S. West, formerly with A. Southard, now in the stationery business in, Calgary was in the city on Tuesday. - ^ H. .S. Hoolfy, of the Calgary branch of the Bank of British North America is soending his vacation in the city. Mrs. Code and family, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Virtue left for the east the beginning of -SEE- Our Whidiiiii ForftNewLiAC ofOoodtia Lethbridfe. ^ J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. a local budget. Id Time of Sickness The knnlversary services in connection with Wosk-y Church held on Sunday and Monday Were eminently a success in ever.v iwrtlcular: On Sur do^' Itev. Edsnn R: Marshall B.A.. M. D., of EUlmontont formerly of In-geraoU, Ont., preached, two very excellent sermons. The morning congregation filled the audaorium of the church while that of the evening filled the gallery as well. Mr. Marsh-nil's discourses ^-cre very strong and helpful, couched in licautiful language and delivered in an easy manner that delights aoy audience. The Indies Aid of the Church provided their usual bountiful supper on Monday evening and wore liberally patronized, about two hundred sitting down to the tables, After the supiwr a splendid programme was given in the auditorium of the church. Mayor Galbniith, after the short'de-votional exercises, as chairman, ex-tcnaseball team defeated the real estate men by 6-4 in a seven-innings game on Saturday. C. J. Eckstorm, of the Dallas hotel, Lethbridge, was a \'isitor this weeR, and a guest at the Empire, i Mr. Ecks'torm is pleased to note the progress Macleod is mak ng.-Maclcod Gazette. On Saturday morning one of the Dixon Transfer Co.'s 'teams ond a wagon went over the dump at the nuisance grdUnd. The horsus were badly bui-ncd but the drivier, Clyde Whitsoh, escaped with only a slight burn. Frank G. Waddington, an auctioneer of considerable exijerionce in 'England has leased the old Herald office for the purpose of oixjning up an Auction Mart and Sales Room. Mr. Waddington yil^ conduct auction sal'as and handle all kinds of second hand goods. Jlonday was a day of late trains. Owing to a run-o(f at the freight yartls, the east bound train did not got in till 7.30 o'clock. A wreck at McGillvray near Micholl, B.C., delayed the Spokane Flyer until eleven o'clock and the regular until one o'clock. A. Rochon, father of the Rochon Bros., confectionery manufacturers of Calgar.v, has opened up a candy kitchen in the basement of the Begin block. He has a skilled candy maker employed, who is burning out confectionery that is very tempting. The premises are kept scrupulously clean and the materials used are of the purest. * All3ert Mason of Calumus, la., went south on Saturday's train to Warner with n car of horses, machinery, etc., and will commence active farm oix?ration at once immediately west of Warner. Mr. Mason comes from one,of the l�c.st families in east ern Iowa and is a fair representative of the class of jwople the O. W. Kerr Co. ais> bringing into our country. Herman Ho!,je of Carson, la., w�nt south on Saturday's train to Warner with two furniture cars full of machinery, horso.s, cows, seed, .300 chickens, etc. He has a house and barn erected on .Sec. 28 Tp. 4, Range ir> east of Warner and will commence farm oiiorations at oneo. Mr. Hol>o conies Weil recommended, and is considered o. No. 1 farmer and has largo real estate holdings in western Iowa on which ho is cutting tenants. Hon? G. H. V, Bulyea, iieutenant-goveriior of Allxsrtu, and Thos. Underwood of Calgary, managing direc-t�n- of the Diamond Coal Co. of which Hon. Tlulyea is president, wore in the city on Tuesday in company with two Edmonton coal men. Th.jy visited the mine on Tuesday. Mr. Underwood, who was accomt>anicd by Mrs. Underwood, returned to Calgary on Wednesday but the rest of the parly went east on the midnight. ' John I. Eakin and .T. R. Starnes were passengers on the Saturday morning flydr from Spokane and returned Tuesday. Miss .leffroy, matron of the Gait Hospital left for Calgary last week where she joined her mother and sister on a'trii) to the Coa.st. The general meeting of the Lethbridge and District Agi-icultural Society is called for Nov. 15. Notices have been sent to uU the 'members. � At the Westminister Guild on Mon-daj' evening the toi>ic was discussed by Mr. McQuarrie. A large number was present and the mooting was very interesting. The kindergarten class in charge of Mi.ss A. 51. I{oblj .started on Monday in the auflitoriuni of the Baptist Taxland is put ting tha various corps through their drill. SVERY HKX C^VthENT IS BOTM - 3HOULO BCiiWHo poesn^ �NJoY GOOD aoms, am rnew hm/Ess. It and that under ordinary circumstances ahcy should remain with the church of their fathers. "Handshakes" was the subject of an excellent address by Rev. E. E. Marshall. In a very entertaining manner' ho showed how character was shown in the method of shaking hands. In conclusion he urged socia bility on the part of church members Owing to ill health Rev. Wm. Reid of the Itaptist Tal)ernaclo was unab' lo to be pi'csent. Mrs. W. H. Pawson of Coaldale who was on the programme was absent for the satne reason. The choir's rendering of "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name'_^' was much enjojied. "Les Vieu.x Temps ' by Drummond was given an ctcsilent interpretation by J. H. Riley, his acoant in the habitant patois being particularly good. Mrs. Divett sang tvo solos in a way that made the siiijfcr popular with her hearers. Mrs. Sydnei' Jackson as usual captivated the audience with her singing and entrenched herself more firmly than ever in tfie favor of the musicj loving public of Lethbridge. The instru'uon tal duet given b,y Misses Harri'ion and Prouse were received with livar-ty applause. The anniversary in every way was the inost successful ever held I y Wesley Church and is a source of sratili-cation to the pa.stor Rev. ,T. \l. Mur-rison, and the Board of Trustees. LADIEJ THI^ WEEK WE INVITE YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR NEW FALL COAT J, LATENT -5TYLEJ AND COLORJ AT REAJORAME | PRICED. WATJON'^ l/N^HRINKAJLEVNi^ | DERWEAR. NEW DE^IflN-S IN FANCY f H0-5IERYv" NEW RI5bON-5 JU JT RECIEVED bY EXPRE^J. FOWNE^ KID CiLOVE^ IN vfiREEN; NAVY, .5LATE, TAN, MACK, J CREAM AND WHITE. LADIES WEAR DE- | PARTMENT UP-STAIR-5, / RESPECTFULLY, The Benttey CDinpj, Ltd. WHOLESALE AND RETABL Prompt Dtliviry 11 m m .1 mm ill 33 Down 1,300 Feet. The boring for gas has been going ahead all week so that today the 1300 foot mark was reached. A couple of small pockets of gas that sent the water spouting out of the pifK!, have been struck this week and the striking of the main flow mu.v be expected any time. At the 1260 foot mark last night a seam of coal was struck. In conversation viitji the Herald M. Freeman expros.sx'd the opinion that immiMliate arrangements should l)e made for the prosecution of the work if the gas vcie not struck at tho 1000 foot level provided in the agreement with the city. By the time the additioiuvl i>iping were l^and-ed in Lethbridge, the depth contracted for .will have Ijocn reoched. If the piixj in tho well is left there any 'length of time it will be impossible to move it to prosecute the work. To Settle False Reports. Another man from Iowa who speaks in loud tones of Alberta is J. A. Sitaman wlio recently come hi> hi-re to look after the estate of his .son the late J. E. Staman. He ttntes that he sold 12,000 bushels of grain and received a splendid price for it. Tho quality of gr,ain was exceJ.'ent considering the season and it gradul No. 2 for wheat. He left for his home in Iowa on Saturday and v;ill give the lie to false reports wh.'(4i are in circulation about poor crops in -Vlberta-High River Times. Eleet^ie Valve Installed.  � Last Fridaiy tlie ploctric vnl,vc wna in.stallcd at the stand pi|K\ Tho purpose of the valTC is to shut off the flow of woter from tho stand pipe so as to allow the full pressure of tho pumps to bo in tho mains in case of fire. Hitlierto it bus iK-en hecessnry to send a nuin to the stand pipe to shut off the flcw-i Under the vnlve at the .rciNi!: hat LOCAL Leave Ixjthbridgo G a.m. No schedule. LETf imtlOG E-CA f.G ARV, LOCAL to MACLEOD Ix-tive l-othliridgo 10.30. Arrive Lclhtiridtco 10.20 De. 1.51 a. 55 De. 1.58 5.28 WANTED wide awnko boys in every city town ami villaRc to sell Western Canada's new wiwkly now.spapor, "Tho Wos'tern Honiostend." Hustlers can make money. No capital mjuirod. Write for terms immediately. Tho Western Homestead, Calgary, Alta. n21. All the latest NoveltieBin TRIMMED AND UNTBIMMED HATSl Are now on display. Children's wear a specialty. W. H. Scott, L. A. Scott, Proprietor. Manager. HILL BLOCK, DUrrERIN STREET At the Bijou. a new programme of great interest is to Ixs put on at the Bijou theatre tonight. Ono of the ploys shown is "Tho Troubles of a Jlobo and His Pal in Paris," and another is "Her Priund tho Enemy." Twenty-ftvo wonderful transformation scenes will lie given ns woll as a series of iiar-ticular o.xcellonco depicting Stag Hunting in England. Tho soloist J. W, Sharriitt will sing illustrated songs. Tho i)rogrummo is' to bo a v^-ry .strong ono. '��� - Fiwl 'a. Morrison, barrister, of Vo-grevillo, has boon nominated by the Conservatives of Victoria to contest thc,,soat in the'Pedcrai elections. Fall In I EngllslunenI LODGE "PBIDE OF ALJJER'IVV'^ ^ A;:.: | SONS OF ENGLAND BENEFIT SO-CIETY, is now being formed, and preliminary nicctangs. ar^lwing Iwld^^^: ^^r^..?'^ in the Herald Office, onAlonday''ev- , 'i^ cnings at 8 o'clock, {jeiKiing arrange- /.�ii's'fSi^ j Sons of England in Canada alone. ' li All Englishmen and Sons of Bng" \ ';,t.':=''-'h!/i^s-^ tary. . ' ' F. T. ROBINS. c-o Herald 6fflc��v^; ;