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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 Lodles' coats 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 $11, Our piiee $l( BRUSSELS SQUMES 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 $30 Our price from $18 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 uptil 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. Rochon's KK&i HIGH CLASS CONFECTIONERY Fresh hand-made Candy every day, i' ly pure sugar and fniit flavoring used. Get pure hoiiii.'-raade Caudy at Special sale every Saturday ROCHON'S CANDY KITCHEN Begin Block One door south of Batik of Conimetce I H�rvest Festiv*!. Last Sunclny St. Augustin's church colebratod the annuul harvest- thanks giving. The church was heautifuUy decorated with samples of the bountiful harvest for which thajiks was given. The choral service in the morning was largely attended * while the church was crowded in the C'vcning. The rec-tor. Rev. J, S. Chivers, gave most appropriate sermons. The music was very attractive and helped greatly in the service. Can Talk to EdmoAton. Sign of Prosperity. ICS pepi; o buy the lijBcessfties of life, while luxuries arc purchased in times of � proHpb'rlty." As good an indicator as any in this way is the piano. U. J, Timnvins, the goiteral agent of the ' Hmoi)'& HiHch iriuno for Alljerta, showed the il�rald his rccordK for the panta 'Jlmu'r.;!;/ nlgbt from a trip tlirou'^h (!.. (.'i u-triil and Southern Statos. says that in Canmla is grout in the Central States I .it that Hi.s people have so littlis Jiira of the greatness and tha davelii|)m(mt >if the country that they will nut ln.'liiove even moderate .'talenu'iits ihp cerning the Uanadiun w tft. lu.i par ty coming into '"armda w >ui.i not believe what- ".Si' '..)ld fhoin Imt when they saw the country between Portal and Moose .Ia\v', whore they got olT they apologizcil saying that thoy had no idea that the whole Canadian West produced as much wheat as they had seen along thai one line. After cx)ming through the frosted and blighted flolds of Dakota and Minno-�ota, they wore (wrticularly impress-Mi wltli tba Canadiau crops. On Monday afternoon at 6..30 o'clock the final connection was made by wliich the long distance Bell telephone system botwcton Cardston and Edmonton was completed. The line from Cardston to Icthbridge has been in operation for years but this summer the line between JIacleod and Lethbridge and Alacleod to Calgary and Kdmonton has been completed. F. O. Hurbridge, the manager at Lethbridge was the first to speak to Calgary. \& yet no one has attempt ed to reach the capital. . No doubt as soon as the public real ize that the Ipng (listanca telephone is in opernl'ion it will l>o u.sed to a vei'y co'iLsiiierable extent. The i-atos are .seventy-five ci'uts for a three- inin uto talk to a Culgarian ancl^ 1..''>0 for tli'i! sani:; privilege with a resident hf I'Mmonton. After six p. ni. the half rale chargo i.s'niade. Con-nootion with tli;- g&vernnicniti line be-twonn Calgary and liaiilT can Ix' 'made. Tlie next Long distance wire from Lelhbrldge will probably bo to Taller. jMaiiag'lm- lUirbridgo has several tlnu's recoininend.-;d lliu construction of this line luit the eoir.iJany as yet has not agioad. York arrives. This has betn on the road for three months and has Iwan lost track of. The Herald askeIpted. With an "ask-mo-somwthing easy" smile, Mr. Gunn said that it would lie impossible to even make o guess until they started work in the river. where the work would be most difficult and uncertain. Tlie gang will work in three sections, one on each side of the river and the third in the bottom. The whole side j)f the bank on the west side must be cut down to a moderate grade. The work of the concrete piers will follow up the driving of the piles. , j The men will work as soon as.possible in nighli and day shifts. The whole place will be lighted by oleotri city, probably supplied by tho Loth-bridge Electric Company. I The men are being boarded by F. C. Cooke who is using tho old Gait Hpu. Bijou Comtnencing tonlglrt tho well-known Ijlack faced comedians Blulr and Alc-'Nulty will be on tho programme at Ithe Hijou Theatre. They will, give their original act "BOwn in I^ouisi-ana" with songs, dancing and other pai'ls of a vaudeville. A programme A SENSIBLE MERCHANT Bear Island, Aug. 26, 1903 Minard's Liniment Co., Limited. Dear Sirs,-Your travolJor is hero today and we are getting a large quantity of your Minard's Liniment We find it the best lininwnt in the market making no exception. Wo have been in businsss 13 years and have handled all kinds, but have dropiJcd them all but yours; that sells itself; the others liAve to be pu.shcd to get rid of. M. A. HAGERMAN. Do WO at the Bridge. Things are beginning to look businesslike down at the site of the new bridge, Tlic excavating for the piorS is ra|�idly being done. The Raymond Concrete I'ito Co., who have the sub contract for tho pile-driving drove the first pile todn.v. As fust as the pies are driven, J. Gunn & Sons, tha concrete work contractors, will makio tho piera. For this work i.hey unloaded' four cars of cement ,xpei.t t.i get their coal across the river m ho A. R. &I I. Co. objectetl to allowing them to take it out'on this side. J. Gunn &l Sons have at present about flf t.v men at work but will have on tho full force of about two hundred as soon as thcjr machinery from New te itcck of f etclies and Mry of ail Kinds To be sold at Public Auction without a reserve or limit. Your price is ours. Come one and all. Stock must be sold. Sale 2 Nights Fri and Sat, Bet 2y 2S, Gommenciini 7 p. m. Fratt);i C. Waddin^tpn AUCTION M AST Nut door to tk. Hanld "CASnUAN BOOTS" TIE trend of iashion in women's shoes is best expressed by our new "Queen Quality" CtstilUn Boots. The foreparts and vamps are shorter; the shanlcs more arched-the heels higher. On the foot this gives the effect of a smaller size. Women everywhere admire these pretty styles. They are now "all the rage." The genuine are to be had only at this store. In Kid, $3.50; Patents, $4.00: other "Queen Quality"; styles $3m FRED GOW & CO, TaKe Care pf your WATCH Have it looked over once in a while. Leave it with us a couple of times u year, and there is no reason in the world why it sliould ever be anythind; bHt a good, reliable time-telleri A first-class movement - with some occasional attention from the jeweler, ought to be your servant ior^ 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. 8ee our large stock of railroad watches. The largest stock tn Southern Alberta to choose from. R. M. ^ THE JEWELLER I The place where wstoh work is done right; ;