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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta $25,000 WORTH OF HIGH CLASS DRY GOODS AT BARGAIN PRICES. TWO OF MANY SPECIAL LINES WE ARE OFFERING -v Values that are without a parallel anywhere. Women's Black Kersey Coats made of Rich Black all wool Cloth, 50 in. long, loose fitting and trimmed with black silk braid, coats that hang gracefully from the shoulder, large sleeves, with cuffs. Regular Value $18, Our price $14 AT A BIG SAVING 25 only Brussells Squares, bought direct from the mills at a special price, all the latest patterns and colorings, first quality goods. Sizes 9x9, 9x10 ft. 6 in., and 9x12. Worth up to $3 ur price from $18 t Whereas city property is again on the move, it might behoove you, if you have something in that line that you really wish to sell, to list it with Harvest Festival. I.nst Sunday St. AtiRiistin's church celebrated the unnuul htirvist thanks Klvintf. The church was Ixmutifulty decorated with mini pics of the bountiful hurt est for which thanks given. York arrives. This has lx**n on thtf road for three months and has l*vn lost track of. The Herald asked Mr. .1. O.wnn, iho head of the firm, for an estimate to when he expected No. 2 Northern ........................... 8fl No. H Northern ........................... 81 I No. t Northern ........................... 70 Alberta I ted is tho same us North- urn . No. 1 White Winter No. 2 White Winter No. :$ White Winter No. 4 White Winter Go. 1 Rejected No. 1 Northern No. 1 llejected No. 2 Northern Oats per ton Hay, timothy, per ton Hu.v. Prairie, per ton ............... 18 The it ruck prices for wheat are the usual, amount higher than the quoin tions above given. . 8H .J83 , 78 07 , 88 . 79 15 I I At TV Bijou Commencing tonight the well-known hluck fated comedians lllulr und Mc- Nulty will be on the programme at Ciiigurian and Sl.r.ti \Uu> w TnwltlVi Tlu.v wm ffive w w their original act "liowu in Louisi- Hi,\\H jisvlt; tho others una" with M>ugs, dancing und other pushi-d to �et riii of. parl.N (.{ a vaudeville. A programme A SENSIHLK MF.HCUANT Bear Island, Aug. 26, 1903 Minurd's Liniment Co., Limited. Dear Sirs,-Your traveller in horo today and we are getting a large quantity of your Minard'H liniment We find it the host Unitnont in tho market making no oxeoptiou. We have been in business 18 years and have handled all kinds, but have dropired them all but yours; that have to be M. A. HAUKUMAN. 1, 111 r t / ' VS."* 1 I Down at the Bridge. Sign of Prosperity. Kit 10K PCHUCJTY AC.KNT 1 I 1! In hard times pep pic nre satislied to buy the necesaftieH of life, while JuxuricK are purchased in limeH of proHperlty. As gocnl tin indicutur ur nny in this way Is the jriuno. It. d. Timmins, the geiK^ral agent of the II anon & HJBth pin no for Alberta, showed tho J'tarold his recordf* for the puHt eight months ye�torday, which showed that he Jdmseif had wold ho less than seventy-five plunos in Alberta during 'that time, nineteen of which had Ixwn sold during-tho paat month. Doubtless tho agon Us for other pianos have had a similar experience which goes to show thnt it the purchasing of piunos is any Ign of prosperity that Alberta has tier, {LbunUunt share of prosjttrous ThingK are beginning to look busi-.1. W. Kuan return ul * n '1 'hu� :�.v ! nosKlikv down at the site of the new night from a trip tbr >a;h w- d n-i bridge. The excavating for thy piers I.nil and Southern Siar.cs. * Si 'j is rapidly being done. The Raymond su.vs that interest i"i Canada is greuf Concrdo Ci'e Co , who have thesuhi in thu Central States la tb.n ihm.J contract for the pile-driving drove |�eo|de have so llttlj dca of the the first, pile today. Ah fust as Um greatness and tho development of the1 pi es are driven, .1. (Junn & Sons, country that they win not bel.ieve] the concrete work contractors, \\tl\ Jewelry ail Kinds even moderuto ttutemcntH -n.i.le nil mako the piers. Cor this wt>rk ibey corning the Canadian w^t. Cuj \t&r\ unloaded' four cars of cement westerly coming into f'nruidn w mid not day. A well is being dug it thy bulleve whnt ' '..)J(| |l*ein but foot of (he coulee from which -.uit^'c when thoy saw the country lx�tweeu will be pumped by an engine t-j the CoKal and Moose Jaw. wheiv theyj top of the hill Tor use in mixing the concrete. The con-tractors expei t to git their coul across the river �h ho A. It. Co. objeetiHl