Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
UK CREAT SAVING OPPORTUNITIES THE STORE WITH THE GOODS AND THE VALUES Special Blouse Bargains in the Ready-to-Wear Dej^irtment Womea'a FaU Woun, made o( Ane quality LMMn, ^tiickad dowa the froat Md back, colorv Mack, aaT>' aad etemm. Ai) �iaaiw Begnlar $iM Special $1.75 t�di�i Bloaans otMto of i^leadid qaaVty CmIuim*. tackad dowa tka froat mad Iwvfa, ihra> quwtcr atmvca, open back, colt�n aary aad oacd Wortt IS.OO. SAXiE PRICB la.SO. Black Sateen Underskirts Worth $2.00, Special $1.50 Bptaadid qnaHty aatHta aadrnkirU, ftaiahed i�ltk fegr ro�a of frilU. aad tiMkad. Uactti 88 to 431 House Furnishings at a Great Saving WiHoa Sqaaroa................ ValTOt Tito Sqnam ......... BnisMlla Sqaana ........... TapMtry " .......� All Wool , ......... UBioa " ............ Ibartb Rugs AU SiMS..... From 80.00 to fSO.OO 90.00 to 30.00 18.00 to 25.00 10.00 to 18.00 8.00 to 15.00 ; 5.00 to 10.00 ................75 to 6.00 Warm Eiderdown for Children's Coats, Etc. Splendid soft flaiah Eidardova ia CardiaM, piak, aky. whiu aad MripOT, aiiiiUble for dnaMiag gowas. aad ohUdraa'a coata, 80 ia.dk Worth eoe. yd. SPKCIAI* SOe. Special Dress. Goods Offer 10 pimtm flaa qaality Vewttoa Cloth, iKNicht diicflt froa �h� aiUla. iat gimm. amry. brova. eardiaal aad bUek ahadak 42 lacMaa �Mb. Mc** lar 91.00 valae. 8FKCIAI. 80c. yd. Men's all-wool Underwear Worth $2.25 Suit, special $1.75 HMTy Mblwd AU-Wool VatenMar. well anaAa aad fOMPaabNd uihilat abla. flias 83 to �9. SPBCXAXi PKICB fl.78. Men's Fine Boots, $3.50 pair Mada of flae qaaUty Box Calf aad Viol Kid Leather. Bludwr Cut, �p> io-data shape. Aflrat-cla* boot at a amall prioa. Siaea 6 to 11. Ladies' Fine Slippers, $4.00 pair Women's rwtent Leather Dancing Slippera, high miliiarF aad Fraach heels. Looks well and fits well. All siaee. SOLE AGENTS FOR 6UTTERICK PATTERNS. mm NOTICE. Whereas city property is again on the move, it might behoove you, if you have something in that line that you really wish to sell, to list it with W. R. DOBBIN of the Southard Block. While we do not iexpect any boom until gas is struck, we, however, are positive that there is right now a considerable amount of money lying about ready to take advantage of any really good buys that may present themselves to the proper parties. Rochion's K^ilni HIGH CLASS CONFECTIONERY Fresh hand-made Candy every day, Only pure sugar and fruit flavoring used. G^t pure home-made Candy at ROCHON'S CANDY KITCHEN Begin Block One door south of Bank of Commerce ! MITCHEIiL. WILL RETIRE Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 13.-Jolin Mitchell, president of the United Mine Worker, announces in the current issue of tlw United Mine Workers' Journal that he will noi be a camll-dato for re-election as president. He �ays in his annoiincemenrt that he dam not regard Mmaelf a� me\l enough to attend properly to the oifAce. Wone of the executive officera were in Che city today but it is said at head .quutcra that Mr. Mitbholl will finish ;:bi�::prowffit: expires April I watt year; ' Mr. Mitchell underwent vk'vmrgical' r o|ierat4an about six ''Utonihs ago anid that h0 has tkatifvtUy recovered and ihat it 'is pos it will be necessary Jor another.' ciwratioi;, to be porformed. He went vto Potts was noted as a preacher. For many years he has been the aducational secretary of the Methodist Chuirch and chairman of the International Sunday School Ias*-Bociation.. \ i Cropt Around Hi^ River. High River Timi^. -.Vfr. T.t�I.f;� li^ iv.'iv-ed 7.3 cents a bushel. Wni. nurg�s6 of tha same district, reports having tiircslied forty bushels to the acre of wheat from his Ttcld and is quite cheerful over the results. , Leonard Pftrrel has not threshed his wheat but he anticipates about 45 bushels to the acre at the very least. The gruin is of a splpn7 -- Hon. W. H. Cushing, while in tlic cast went to Peterborough to inquire into the Lorimer system of tolephono Ho wants to gst the very best for the ^'Alberta government phonpo sition standard support in the forthcoming Dominion olajstion. It has not l>con a^vcry flattering success. If the eirtffusiasm which marked the reception of Mr. Borden and his follow speakers in this section of the west points out the teiiillHjr of the people throughout fho country it is safe to bet that the oloctii�n will not greatly increase ihe number of Conservative momtwrs in the house. There simply was no enthusiasm. Mr. Bor den was given a respectful hearing, that was all. In Ihis particular lor cality not ewn ordinary interest i�as manife9ter to hop to Cranbro>>ic if ^rou fed him on hops ? II real e6ff�e disturbs your stomach, your ^aart or kidneys, then try this clever^ coffee imitatibn-Dr. Shoop's Healtli Coffee. Dr. Shoop has closely matched old Java and Mocha Coffee in flavor and taste, yet it has not a single grain of real coffee in it. Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee Imitation is made from pura toasted grains or oaraals, with Malt. Nuts, etc. Made (n one minute. No tedious loag wait. You will surely like it. 0�t a free sample at our stor*. Bold by � dwtlww. The n�w public school at Red Deer was formally open?d last Thursday. It is claimed to be the most complete school in the west. Get yoar Office ^tationcrr printed at >aTh? Herald.. ble time-teller. A first'Olass uiOTemMit wi.th some occasional attention Ironi the jeweler, ought to be your servant for years and years. When you are ready to buy let us show you what can be bought for from 910.00 to 25.00 each. See our large stock of railroad watohet. The largest stock in Southern Alberta to choose from. ^ R. M. WRIGHT ^ THE JEWELLER The place where watch worl^ is tlone right.