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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta {Ready with the Goods for Fall Business! You are invited to come And look through our complete stocks, and see whnl we can do for you in supplying yon season's wants. Whether to, buy or only to look, you are welcome here. Lovely Things among the Dress Goods Never before have we shown such a large range of Fash ionnblo Fabrics for Costumes and Suits in shades of brown, blue, green, grftys. wine and black. Then aga.n, pur pries are right. We don't put up the price because the goals are new. If you'll look you 11 find we SELL AT CITY PRICES, SOMETIMES UNDER. i Tweeds at 60c. A splendid range of Heavy Tweeds, just the thing for girls' school drosses . 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, givya 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 Amazons, black Panamas, and fancy Tweed Effects. The prices run from 13.00 to 9.C0. See them, you'll say tbey are worth more money. I Ladies' Cloth Coats v. 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 at7.... 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 with our system of doing business. We don't charge furrier's prices,but can beat any city catalog. See this bargain, Ladies' Baton Suits Black, brown, navy and grey, well tailored, and of fine quality materials. 8izos 34 to 38, only sis salts in the lot, to clear at about half regular price-$6.50, 9.00 and 10.00. A. Macdonald large irrigation ditches under v ay in Montana. Robert (Tip) O'Neill, tlie ball piny or who was with Calgary and ljelh bridge ibis year is in trouble in Calgary, luting accused of robbing a com panion at a resort ut Noso point and relieving him of $500. Ho was coin �niUcd for trial. I. J. Enkin returned on Tuesday from Spokane, Wash. John Olson was nssossod $2 and costs on Tuesday for currying boo/x> Iwyond his capacity. C, 1.1. Bowman left for Spokane, Wash., on Saturday morning having boon too ill .to leave on Thursday morning as he had intended. i. A. Marlow of Toronto, who owns land south of Tabor, was in tho city on Wednesday, Things in the West look good to him this year. lU�v. W. A. Lewis, 11.A., and daugh tor, Edna, of Macleod, wore in the city on Tuesday, the guests of Rev. .). M. Harrison at tho pursonago. The thnnkoffer ng service nt Knox Church on Friday uftornoon wus w0H attended. Tho programme waft very enjoyable and tho proceeds amounted to Sol. Hev. J. W. Herbert formerly of the Rocky Coulee M.Hhodist mission was \V. C. Ives went to Calgary on Mon day. II. 0�tinnd, of Starling, was in tho city yesterday. , Tho Central School baseball team defeated the real estate men by (5-4 in a seven-innings game on Saturday C. J. Eckslorni, or the Pallas hotel. Ijothbridgo, was a visitor this weeK, nnd a guest ut tho Empire. Mr. Eekstorm is pleased to note- tho progress Mnclcocl is inak ng.-Macleod Gazette. TrW�sflaKcol>T�?)oi"wa8 4fi' city yesterday, Charles Hurt, of Nelson, was down on Thursday la�t. J. It. Shearer ol Tabor was in town on Sunday. A. Taylor, ol Woodstock, Ont., In siietuling a few days In tho city. Dr, nnd Mrs. Stewart have returned from thoir trip to the Coast. Dr. CJoorm> and Mrs. Mal^olmson of Frank wore in town Tuesday. E. A. Cunningham made a trip to Tahcr and Grassy Lake this week. P. II. I'atton and L. X. Hcan, Ho-gbnt, were in Lethbridgo on Tuesday O. Mend, a 0. P. It. section man, died at the Oalt hospital on Saturday. Mrs. .1. Wilson left on Monday night to Join Iter husband in Hobs-land, U.C. Thoro was a large attendance on Tuesday night at the first Oalt Hospital dance. .1. S. Olicrn who is opening up n, coal mine near Milk HlVer was in the city yesterday. .1. W. MeNlcol, of the Enterprise Lumber Co. wont to High River on Wednesday. E. Pipe, (actor of the Hudson Pay Co| Norway House is in town for � few days. Mrs. H. U. McDuffoe, of Bowman, Mont., formerly of Raymond, is vis-King Mrs. C. McKlllop. Jesse Tl. Walker has purchnsod the residence on Courtland St. formerly occupied'by S. .1. McDInrmld. John Sorgard of the Little Bow country was brought to tho city on Monday, being 111 with typhoid fever C. It. Daniel has rented his Stiver farm to Now ton Pros, who are ra|v idly preparing to put it all in wheal F. C. Potts, ins|>cctor of school lands, was in the city tho beginning of tho week, from Brandon, Man. H. J. H. Skeith, who has returned from Calgary has liecn appointed agent for the Calgary Fire Insurance Co. E. H. West, formerly with A. Southard, now in tho stationery business in Calgary was in the city on Tuesday. * H. S. Hoolcy, of the Calgary branch of the Bank of British North America is soending his vacation in the city. Mrs. Code ami family, who hove l>een visiting Mr. and Mrs. Win. Vlr tue left for the east the beginning of the week. John I. 'Eakin and J. H. Starnes were passengers on the Saturday morning flyer from Spokane nnd returned Tuesday. Miss Jeffrey, matron of the Oalt Hospital left for Calgary last week where site joined her mother and sister on a trip to the Coast. The general mooting of the Loth-bridge and District Agricultural Society is called for Nov. 15. Notices have been sent to all the members. At the Westminister Guild on Mon- Tho hnnlversnry services In connec Won with Wesley Church held on Sunday and Monday wore eminently a success In every particular. On Su� day Hev. Edson E, Marshall B.A., II. D., of Edmontoni formerly of In-jrorsoll, Ont., preached, two very excellent sermons. The morning congregation filled the auditorium of tho church while that of the evening fill-ed tho gallery as well. Mr. Marsh-nil's discourses were very strong and helpful, couched in Ijeauttful language and delivered In an easy manner that delights any audience. The ladles Aid of the Church provided thoir usual bountiful supper on Monday evening and were liberally patronized, about two hundred sitting down to the tables. After the Nup|KT a splendid programme was given In tho auditorium of the church. Mayor Clalbrnith, after tho short'de-votlonnl exercises, as chairman, extended tho welcome of the church to the l^irgo numlicr who were present, and spoke of tho/success that had attended the ftiimlvcrsnry. Tho financial returns had exceeded their anticipation though not their needs. He reported that nine hundred dollars cash hud been raised and that with payments promised before the end of th� month, tho total would reach twelve hundred dollars The programme was of the old-fa-slfioned tea-mooting order including addresses by the reslecinlly as he had not been prl viloged to attend tho welcome extended to Hev. J. M. Ilarmnn, the pastor by the congregation and express the kindly regard of his people toward the new minister. Mr. Chivers gave a very thoughtful and interesting tftlji on the ro-unlon of the churches, emphasising the tacts that the points of difference were very few compared with the points of agreement nnd that the first step towards the desired union was a better understanding of each other's position by all the churches. Hev. A. M. Gordon of Knox Church in a witty address made "Loyalty to One's Church" his chief theme and in doing so spoke of the pride tho denomination have in their founders nnd that under ordinary circumstances .Ahoy should remain with the church of their fathers. "Handshakes" was the subject of an excellent address by Hev. 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 Ulity on the part of church members Owing to ill health Hev. Wm. Held of the Buplist Taliernacle was unable to be present. Mrs. W. 11. Pawson' of Coaldule who was on the programme was absent for the same reason. Tlie choir's rendering of "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name" was much enjoyed. "Ia>s Yieux Temps' tiwi auric rmtm r IT SHOULD *I*WHd fiOESjM A HORXC fCCLS BCTTCR new Hmtes*. aw MH&lfMlltM KimMTMIIkWVUi LADICJ THIS WEEK WE INVITE YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR NEW TALL COATS, LATEST STYLES AND COLORS AT REASONAME PRICES. WATSON'S UNSHRINKA5LE UNDERWEAR. NEW DESIGNS IN FANCY HOSIERY. NEW RI5^NSJl/ST RECIEVED 5Y EXPRESS. TOWNES KID GLOVES IN (5REEN, NAVY, SLATE, TAN, MACK, CREAM AND WHITE. LADIES WEAR DEPARTMENT UPSTAIRS, RESPECTFULLY, The Bentley Compj, Ltd. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Prompt IMltvary Tifcphoi* 33 by Mr. Mctiuarrie. A large number (m Saturday morning one of thoj wus pivsent nnd the meeting was ve-Dixon Transfer Co.'a towns nnd airy interesting. wagon went mer the dump nt the Tlu, klllA.PBlirU.n t.,aSs in cliorge of w,'ro Miss A. -M. Hobl> slnrU-d on Mondny day evening the topic was discussed, by Drummond was given an excilent Mcljunrrie. The hoi's.-s the ilriwr. Clyde escaiieil with only a slight j |,,mnrle. There are twenty-two little tots in attendance. Hev. .1, M. Harrison of Wesley church will preach on God's Call to and Preparation for Service at the morning service and in the evening the subject will be Voiing_ P(>opb>'s Problems and How to Solve Them. The drill com|)t>lilion nnd sport day in connection with tho Ijothbridgo Schools will probably Ihj hold early in Noveml>er. Truiner /)xlunil Is put ting tho various corps through their drill. nuisance gr�Hind. badly burned but Whitson burn. Frank (!. Wadclington, an auctioneer of considerable ex|�'rience in 'England has leased the old Herald ofllce for the purpose of owning up an Auction .Mart and Sales Boom. Mr. Wuddingtou w'V eoniluct auction sales and handle all kinds of second hand poods. Monday was a day of lato trains. Owing to a run-ofl at tho freight ,\ards, the east bound train did not got in till 7.110 o'clock. A wreck nt McGillvruy near Micholl, B.C., delayed the Spokane Flyer until eleven o'clock and tho regular until one o'clock. A. Hochon, father of tho Hochon Bros., confectionery manufacturers of Calgary, has opened up a candy kitchen in tho basement of the Begin block. He has a skilled candy maker employed, who is turning out confectionery that is very tempting. The premises are kupt scrupulously clean and tho materials used arc of the purest. * AllKsrt Mason of Cnlumus, In., went south on Saturday's train to Warner with a car of horses, machinery, t'tc, and will commence active farm o|>crntion nt onco immediately west of Warner. Mr. Mason comes from one of tho l*>st families in eastern lown and is n fair representative in the auditorium of the Baptist Tui- Down 1,300 Feet interpretation by .1. 11. Hllcy, his ncivnt in the habitant patois lieing particularly good. Mrs. Pivett sang two solos In a way that made the singer popular with her hearers. Mrs. Sydney Jackson as usual captivated the audience with her singing and entrenched hersrlf more firmly than ever in the favor of the music loving public of Lethhrldge. The instrunien tui duet gi\en by Misses Harrison and Prouse were received with li.-ar-ty applause. The anniversary in o%-ory way was the most .successful ever hold I y Won ley Church and is n source of gratification to the pnstor Hev. J. \\. Mat-rison, nnd the Board of Trustees. To Settle False Reports. Another mnn from lown who speaks in loud tones of Allwrtn is J. A. Stamnn who recently came ii(> here The boring for gas has boon going | to look after the estate of his so.i ahead all week so thut today tho the lato J. E. Stuman. He elates l.'iOO foot mark was reached. A j that he sold 12,000 bushels of gram couple of small pockets of gas that and received a splendid price for it. sent, the water spouting out of the The quality of grain was excei'ent pi|h>, have lieen struck this week and tho striking of the main flow may bo expected any time. At the 12(10 foot murk last night a seam of coal was struck. In conversation vjith the Herald M. Freeman expivs.svd the opinion that immodioiUo arrangements should l)o made for tho prosecution of the work If the gas wore not struck at tho 1(100 foot level provided in tho agreement with the city. By the time the additional piping were landed in Lethbriilge, the depth contract- considering tho season and it gr-ido 1 No. 2 for wheat. He loft far his homo in Iowa on Saturday and will give tho lie to falso reports wh:i*� uiv in circulation about poor crops in Alberta.-High Hivcr Times. New C. P. R.Time Table. ill the city on Monday on his way to|incrVi itm�i>�, cows, seed, JlOU chirk-Toronto where be will attend Vic-' ot(. ,e ,,ls R lumiw nn(l loria College. erected on SL.c. 28 Tp. "1. Hunge 15 Leo Sing, one of the proprietors of i oast of Warner and will commence of the class of people the O. W. Kerrj fo|. wj, ,,luVt) ,,.,,, ronulu,(1. lf th, Co. niv bringing into our country. . in Ult, ,.,, is Jof, thon) uny Herman llol,ie of Carson, Ta., went If'igtb �f time it will bo impossible south on Saturday's train to Warner 10 move it to prosecute the work, with two furniture c-ars full of mnch- Electr^ic Valve Installed. th� X'iotorin Hestuurant was charged on Saturday before Magistrate Humphries Willi wiling liquor without a license- but tho caso vns ilismissed. 1^. E. Townsend of tlie Wells Cnttle Co. farm, Stirling, is in tho Gait Hospital, wrlli a broken leg. Last farm operations ut once. Mr. Iloljo comes weil recommended, nnd is considered a No. 1 farmer and has large real estate holdings in western Iowa on which lie is outting tenants._ Hon. G. If. V. Bulyen, lieutenant-govornor of Alberta, and Thos. I'n Saturday he fell about fifteen foot (J(?rtt.0. The pur-poso of tlie valve is to shut oil tlu> (low of water from tlie stand pipe so ns to allow live full pressure of the pumps to bo in the mains in case of fire. Hitherto it (ins Ihs-u iieeessnry to send a man to On' stand pipe to shut. olT the fl^w. I'nder -tvalve at the stnndpipe is a motor connect-ed by wire with the controller a>t the pumping station. The insitallat ion j Live, wide awake boys in every city of the valve will mean a redact ion of ; tow n and village to noil Western ('a-th a.m. No schedule. LETIIBKIDCI E-CAL(;.\HV TO .MACLEOD lw'iive L'lliliridg.. Arrive L-lhbridKe 10.211 WANT10D At the Bijou. Engineer. Iteid sa.vs that the Valvi Western llomestend." Hustlers can make money. No capital re(juired. in the best, on tin; market and was I Write for terms immediately. The manufactured by tho Chupuuin Vulve j Western Homestead, Calgary, Altu. Co. of Indian Orchard, Mass, n21. A new programme of great interest is to be put on at the Bijou theatre tonight. One of the plays shown is "The Troubles of a, Jlobo and Ills l'al in Paris." nnd another is 'Tier Friend tho Enemy." Twenty-ftvo wonderful transformation scenes will Ihi given as well as a series of particular excellence depicting Stag Hunting in England. The soloist J. W. Hliarratt will sing illustrated songs. Tho programme is to Ihj a wry strong one. Fivd A. Morrison, barrister, of Vo-givville, lias boon nominaitod by tho Consorvatives of Victoria to contost thovsent in tho" Federal elections. Fall In! Englishmen I LODGE "PRIDE OF ALBERTA" SONS OF ENGLAND BENEFIT 80-CIETV, is now being formed, and preliminary meetings ano^boing hold in tho Hornlfi OJIlce, oil/Monday evenings at 8 o'clock, poifding arrange-ments Iwing made for lodgo quarters. There arc 25,000 members ol tjha Sons of England in Canada alone. All Englishmen and Sons of England ore urged to Join. IT COSTS LITTLE! J.T MEANS MUCH! Write u,t once (or particulars to the secretary. F. T. ROBINS, c-o Herald Office, ;