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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta GREAT SAVING OPPORTUNITIES THE STORE WITH THE GOODS AND THE VALUES \ Special Blouse Bargains in the Ready-to-Wear Department Women's Fall Bloaaas, made of fine quality LuMre, tucked dowa the frost ud tech, colon black, nary ami cream. AH siaa�w llefular �fl.ac raise. Special $1.75 ladies Bloum made of splendid qaaVity Cashmere, tuekad dowa the frost a ad elesres, tonga quarter afcaves, open back, colon aarjr uil eard laal. Wort* 18.00. I'RXCB #2.50. Black Sateen Underskirts Worth $2.00, Special $1.50 Bpkwoid quality rateea aaderakirts, talsfced with tear rows o( rrUU, ad tueJud. Immtfh 88 to 43. House Furnishings at a Great Saving Wilton Squares................................................. From WO.00 to f.->0 vW ValTwt I'll* Square*......................................... " 90.00 to 30.00 Bruawtla Squares ............................................ " 16.00 to 25.00 Tapestry " ............................................ " 10.00 to 18.00 All Wool " .......................................... " 8.00 to 15.0H Vnion ".............................................. ;' 0.00 to 10.00 Hearth Ruga AU Siena .......................................................75 to 6.00 Warm Eiderdown for Children's Coats, Etc. 8ptendid soft finish Klderdown in Cardinal, pink, aky, waita aad Uacr trip**, suitable for dressing; sovas. aad children's coats, 80 lack %*�. Worth 60c. >d. SPKCIAL SOc Special Dress. Goods Offer 10 ptecas flaw quality VeavUaa Cloth, bought dim* from �aa anilla. la tiaaa, aaey, brown, cardtaal aad black ahadea. 42 laches wtfd*. Kag*> lar 91.00 *atae. SPECIAL 80c yd. Men's all-wool Underwear Worth $2.25 Suit, special $1.75 Heavy Mbbtd Atl-Wool Outerwear, well made aad able. Bias 89 to 43. SPBCIAL. I'HICB fl.Ti. Men's Fine Boots, $3.50 pair Made of ftae quality Bos Calf aad Viol Kid Leather, niuchcr Cut. up-to-date shape. A flmt-cleJB boot at a email price. eMage  to 11. Ladies' Fine Slippers, $4.00 pair Women's Talent Leathor Dancing Slippers, high military and Freach hovls. Looks well and fits welt. All sixes. SOLE AGENTS FOR BUTTERICK PATTERNS. 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 expect 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. Sugar Factory Staited. J The Knight Sugar Factory at Hny-moud 8tikru.il opcrutious on Monday. 1,'p to Wednesday noon thirteen carloads of beet* had boon received. The bout harvest is in full swing, the scarcity oi labor being the only difficulty in the way of a rapid dolivery of the crop. The yield Is about the sama'lhi last year running from eitfbt to fourteen tons to the acre. Wheal Price* Drop. Tin-: land von fostkh, fowl- Kll. hknnktt. 1'oims kt al �^�itchen! HIGH CLASS CONFECTIONERY on's Kandy Fresh band-mode Candy every day. Only pure sugar and fruit flavoring used. Ue^t pure home-made Candy ut ROCHON'S CANDY KITCHEN Begiu Block One door south of Bunk of Commerce Dr. PotU Dead. Itev. John l'otts D.D. of Toronto, one of the most prominent Canadian 1 clergymen died yesterday morning after an iliiHiss of several weeks duration. IV. VollH was noted os a preacher. For many years ho has been the educational secretary of the Methodist Church and chairmun of the International Sunday School Association. ^ , a �� Cropt Around High River. High River Times. -Mr. ?.�il( ui i: i ( miles from High River l.sd vliiilei'it acres of fall wheat and ihr-sli�.| ri'H bushels of whesil for whin lie ed 73 cents a bushel. Win. HurgvsK of the same district, reports hitv-iiiK threshed forty bushels to the acre of wheat from his /wld and is quite cho.-rful over resu Its. This morning's market advices from Winnipeg made So. 1 Vorthcrn wheat at the elevator worth .911 cents but a telegram this afternoon announced a drop of four cents. Wheat on the track will, Im from 4 to .*> conts higher. Tho prices quoted are:- , . , , . . ,. u� * v , v. .w �f for the political s|>cculutor and mid Wheat No. 1 Northern ............... 911 .. .'. . .. ,, m. No. 2 *' .................. 88 No. H .............................. No. 4 " .................. 80 " No. 1 Alberta Red ............ 91 Kdtnonton .lournaV-Again it is in tho intervsts of tho genulno settler on the land that the system that tho Conservative party is lighting the system of plunder of the public domain that is going on in tho west. "The land for tho suttlor, and not  No. a  No. a No. 4 No 1 No. '2 No. a No. 4 No. 1 No. 1 No. I No. 1 Outs |>er ton ............ Hay. Timothy. |>�r ton .. ............... 88 .. ............... 84 .. .. ............ 80 White Winter ......... �8 ...... 85 ...... 81 ............ 77 81 78 74 70 Rejected No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 ... No. 4 ... ..........................85.0ft .......15.00 Hny, J'rulrie, per ton --r-4>- f Press Grindings dleinun," is the policy. The area of I a kingdom has been thrown to political favorites under tho form of Has kntchewan land grauts, grazing leases! and irrigation concessions. For this same land the former will pay high pri>vs to the political beneficiary. Nothing hus been done to protect the western settlor from the extortion of the land grabber, the holdor of timber leases, the coal mine owner and various other inoiv opolists who have been favored by the government. Mr- iiorden thinks that it is time to consider the man who docs the work in the country, the original producer of ull tho priiv cipul taxpayers, tho groat consumer of imports, tho man who pays tho posture, who owns, or ought to own the public franchise and tho public domain. 12 00 J A NICK UIOCITKR. I.ftcomhu Globe.-Tho most aggravating part of this ctiiiipniKn of R. theJL.. Hnrili'ti's mvjiiis to bo that so iiih-I ny Liberul newspapers pruise him for iik lveonurd Fnrrel has not thiNwheit tho clev�T way h? speuks his piece, 'his wheat but lie anticipates about � thus dtvlariitg to the world thut 4.'. bushels to the nern at the very an uggressivu force he is not consid lon.st. Tlit� Kiiiin is of a splendid 'oivd ut all. sample und lie thinks will nriulc No. I �� � One. i MITCIIKLli WILL RKT1RE Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. IB.-John Mitchell, president of the United Mino Worker, announces in tbt^ current is-huo of the United Mino Workers' Journal thut he will not be a candidate for re-election as president. Ho aays in his announcement that he does not regard himself as well enough to attend proi�rly *o tho office. *Nono of the executive officers were in the city today but it is said at head quarters that Mr. Mitchell will finish hie present term which expires April 1 naxt year. Mr. Mitchell underwent a surgical operation about six 'trtct today to consult w th a eurgoon in regard to the advisabiyty of another operation. The Lethbridge Millinery Parlors. A COMPLETE STOCK OF NEW HATS NEW TRIMMINGS, NEW FANCY GOODS JUST OPENED UP. A. Ttvto who fnrms in n small way n tvv miles west of High River, has over 2,OOO bushels of wheat which was hiirveuted from a small patch'of land. Mr. 'I'lUe is nuturally in hitfh gUvi over the rvmnrkahlc yield. A QUERY Oolck-n Times-If It takes thr'r r P. R. a years to stunt, to build the Kootunay Cent rah Railway, and not build it, how long would it take a grasshopper to hop to Cranbro.ik you fed him on hops 7 A Taber Crop. Tho farm Ulonuinjr to the Mullock Mining Co. ne'ur Talier with about thruo hundrnnl ucres of wheat averaged thirty-fivo bushels to alio ncro. The ladies of Lothhridgo and dis-are invited to Jns)>ect our months ago und it so-id that he' hus goods, not fully recovered and that R'is pos slulo/that It will be necessary for �another operaiion to bo performed.] Me wont to Chicago night boforehiat Parlor in old Dunk of Montreal Wldg. Lethbridge. COTTAOE WA.VTIilJ. Small cottage wanted to r.:���., cr two furnished or unf'iri'i> i n "iin^, suitable for light ht'iso-Uittpiiit?. Aiv ply Hox K.. Herald Oflliai. ^/i7 C. A. COOKSLEY. ��d expected to go to l^u Salle, ill.,', ReJpath St. Hon. W. II. Ciisliing, while in tho cast went to Peterborough to inquire into the Lorimor system of telephone He wants to gel the very best for tho ''Alliortu government phono, system. The High School Literary Society has purchased a piano. RORUKN IN Tilt PASS. Frank Pii|>or.-The tour of tho west of R. I. Itorden, leader of the opposition in the House of Commons, has come and gone, Omt is, as far as Alburlu mid the fur west is concerned. It was designed as an awakuu-er, an effort to rally uround the oppo stolon standard support in the forthcoming Dominion election. It has not Umh � very flattering succors'. If ithe onfflusiasm wliicli marked the ro-roption of Mr. llordon and his fellow Kjuakei's in this suction of the wost points out the toiitpor of the people throughout tho country It is safe to bot that tho ejection will not greatly increase tho number of Conservative numbers in the house. There simply auk no enthusiasm. Mr. llor den was given a rospuclfui hearing, that was all. In (his particular locality not oven ordinary interest vns manifested. An effort tad only at this store. In Kid, $3.50; Pstenu, (44)0: other "Queen Quality" styles $3.00. . FRED GOW & CO. TaKe Care of your WATCH Have it looked over once in � while. Leave it with us a couple of times a year, ami there is no reason in the world why it should ever be anything but a good, reliable time-teller. A first-class movement with some occasional attention from 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 $10.00 to 25.00 each. See our large stock of railroad watches. The largest stock in Southern Alberta to choose from. R. K. WRIGHT N THE JEWELLER x The place where watch workj is done right. ;