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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Lethbridge Herald VOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE, ALBEflTA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1907. NUMBER SI The Store dfOmlity. McKelvie & McGuire Satitfaetioa Ouftrantccd Special in Men's Clotliing Too Good to Pass-Read We direct men's attention to the extraordinary valu�8 we are shuving in Hen's Ov�rcoBitii for Fall and Winter w'ear. There is no excuse /or you to be withfut a winter overcoa* now as i't is a dinK of the past for high prices to prevent any man from having ihe necessury warm clothing for winteople of Lethbridge have respccded to our annonnoementi if* have made any merchant's heart glad, and best of all not one of the hundreds who away dissatisfied. The people of Lethbridge are certainly quick to take advantage of incb'oppor�^ tunities, wherje many a nimble sixpence went far beyond all expeetations. We are gratified at tba^, ^ response oat great eale met with during the first three days, and wish to thank the many patioilk I we havegained through this sale. People came for many miles to attend, and went home del^ktV ed, and from many we have heard that this was "THE GREATEST SALE''--- "THE MOST�s ASTONISHING VALUES EVER SEEN IN THIS SECTION OF THE GOUNTBri'? 1 THE WHEAT IS MOVING The shipment of grain li'im tlio the farmers of Southern .Mliorla Juis fairly commencctl. Ahong the .Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company's line as well ,as at the pdiiil.s on the Canadian Ptioific Railway, the gruin is being shipiwd-'as rapidly as cars can Ikj svippliod. Early in the week the car shortage was felt Imt loter it was not so serious and the shippers are being fairly we'-l supplied': The great bulk, of the whoapt is being shipped to Fort William, a good deai to Calgary, but practically, none is Ixjing slii|iiied to the Coast. Ry far the greutar part of the wheit that is going through Li>th-bridgo is coming from the A. \\. & I, lines. The company is running extras every day as well as bringing cars Avith the regular. On several days there were fifteen and sixteen cars roceiyed and on one day as ma-n.y as eighteen come over the Ijne. When jt is consiilered that it will require obout fift�5n hundred cars to transport the million and a half bushels to iK) marketed along the south line, it will 1m! so^n that the A. R. & I. Co. will be bu.sy for soirte t mc yet. Coaldalo is another busy point. Three, four, five or more cars arc shipped ever.v (!ay dejiending upon the supply of cars. One day there were thirteen cars shipijed from this point, where tvo yours ago thei-e was not a carload in the whole conmiun-ity. At Whoop-Up, the farmers are filling the cars as fast as they can get them. ^ The Ijethbridge shippers are ex|>eriehcing some difliculty in getting care and aie shiiiping only three or four cars a day. The flour mill olevat.ors are receiving grain also. fePRING COCLEE Reports from Spring Coulee confirm the predictions previously made. The great hulk of the acreage is av-eraginu; from (oply to sixty bvishels to the Here, there being very little that ts going below the'former lig-ui^e. The grarlc was tiomewhnt low-ried Iiy iliscoluialion by the Kiiv.w but the wheat Ihni is .stnclied l.'i regaining its color very sut'isi'actonly. I\CKI.O.\.SK IN AUUKA.;]': As an iii.vLatico of the in'loniicl in-cren.s(' in acronpn for next, in this ili.st.rict, the HcraM ccs fioni the reply ol' fJ. 10. Itomijiiivk. �)i ('') in blue joint (naliv..-) r r '.08 his anticipate*! r^'p/a � is ii"..s of winter wheat, 3I'> � � "/iink; w'n-Mi; 100 of oats, aOO of iiil.-;. . 3 grxss, Tt oi timothy and .jO 'if bl'j'j joint. i.-).: o, teen accomplishcti during the lost few days. A syndicate whoso names the Herald cannot divulge' at present, has purchased the hardworc business of Brodie &. Stafford. Hick & Wakely, whose, business is along the same line, have united with the new syndicate forming one large company. 'The prenviscs ocru-pied by one oi these firms will l.i? greatly enlarged and the other closed It is the intention of thie new li.-ni to conduct a general hardware lUid piumbing business on a large 'cate and in a systematic and up-to. f lO^OOi FUR COA^S Is to be and has been our stronghold, and we unhesitatingly; say that we can make you a coat or sell you one all ready made at a lower price than any one in thia section of tlteI'S1. W. H. Pawson, of Co.i'ilme. w.iio�e crops have occasioned consideiab!,! in terestt both this year and lik.st Iipb complpfed his threshing. Fri-nf. 197 acres ot spring wheat 'ie got ".'cU! hushuiN on an averuKo of 38^ bii�h els per acre. One field of 107 acres �\-�ia:o at a rate of interest. " The contributions will be repaid as the lots ore sold. This method of procedure is provided unrlcr the Cemetery Ordinance of the Province. Parliamcat Called. I'roclamation calling the Federal Parliament togtthor on Nov. 28 has lioen made. As it is generally sup-poscfl that this is the last ses.'^ion of the present parliament there will be some keen political contests and a ([real deal of arduous labor. Saturday SHOES "^^Sains These prices will stiniulate some very lively buying in our Shoe Department SiiA.iirday. Yoti know the oH story, "The early bird catclius the worm," therefore shop early-Big lot of Shoes, stamped bj' the maker S.OO, Saturday only 1.50 Another big Jot " " " Ji.oO " 1.75 Big lot of Shoes, good value at 4.00........ .," 2.0O: Men's Fine Kangaroo Shoes, worth 5.00 ji.SO Dress " " " 5.50 " 2.75' Children's COAT Specials We hnve a well iissorietl stock o^Chiklreii's White Bear Skin Coats, 6ome trimmed, some plain, also a rnre colioction of Eiderdown Clotli Coats. Tlioso Coats arc considwcd EXTKA � GOOD VALITE AT 4.00 AND 4.50, SALE TRICE, SATUKDAY ONLY, $L9'5,' WHILE THEY LAST. . ; ; , . For further particulars and prices regarding this Great money�$a^ss5g Sale See our two full page advertisements in this,iss^e ! 1 ;