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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ......?'->vwf You know what samples are. These are the garments the manufacturer ells Iub stock from, and needleBS to say the samples are the articles they put their very best work ami finish on. The number is limited. ONLY TWENTY-FIVE IN ALL 30 per cent, off the regular price There's a choice, so come quick. O. II. Dlngmuti, of Calgary, was an arrival on Tuesday's local. .1. It, Shearer of 'I'alwr was In the olty ye�torday. Mm. T. Slater of Vinchcr Crock, H|>etit Tuesday in tlio city. Miss Cousins of Medicine Hat is visiting the Alissos Hanlie. Hherirr Campbell of Maclcotl passed through the city yesterday. 1). .1. Cameron, of Mnelood, camo to the city yesterday afternoon, fohn (lunti, the bridge contractor, 35c. Dress Goods for 25c. 10 pieces Heavy Cloth Dress Goods in grey, brown, navy and green, 40 inches wide, well worth 35c, for only 25c. "STANFIELD'S" UNDERWEAR FOR WOMEN Vests and Drawers and Union Suits. The kind that won't shrink. A. Macdonald (Sb Co. -SEE- Qur Wimhra For � N�w Line of Goods in Lcthbridge. J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. In Time of Sickness "W. t". Simmons. M.P.I1., returned on Sunday night from a trip to the east. Miss ('. Uruce returned on MMi.luy night, from (IMs, where she lit-ii visiting her sister. II. Von Spunkeruin and Miss Von �Spnnkcrnm of lnun urn visiting licv. iiml llw. .J. M. Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Dupcn nnil family hnvo relumed from a four months' trip to Vancouver, H.C. The Wesley Church Sunday School hiis arranged l� haw their Phrlct-Jnns entertainment on Chrlstums night. Messrs. 10. I.'. Kyloiiids, 11. Macbeth and the StnlTord Bros., ivturnetl on Saturday from u duck-shooting oxp.'- THAT THERES NO U5C iioKiMc around eyERY EfRECTtorV WHENTHtRt hS A PLACEWMWRCIIY BEST 5ELECTfeD THf NGS J\ OPEN �tR \ E N OS. o|wiiing over a creuin lace blouse. A becoming hot to mutch of French felt �trimmed with velvet foMngc in autumn tints. Mink furs completed her costume. The bride was given away by her father, only immediate relatives l�-Ing present. The service was solemn iwd by Hov. S. O. Chambers. II.A., of Christ Church. After the ceremony the happy couple drove to the CP. H. depot and loft on the 11.50 train for the west.- Winni|>og Telegram. Miss Parlett was until a few months ago a popular member of the Lcthbridge post office staff. Supreme Court Sittings. Mr. Justice Iteck, will hold sltlliitfs of the Supreme Court in l.ethl �uige on tl�e second Tuesday ut r>nci'inl"M\ Tho District .fudges have not yet lieon appointed. Son* off England. The weekly meeting on Monday iright was well uttonded. Twenty members and prospective members were present. It was reported that the K. of I', hull had been secured, und decided that meetings beheld on the first and third Thursdays in eacli month. The secretary reported huving sent for charter and It was decided to have the new lodge "Pride of Alliertu ' installed the first Thursday in .November. Those desirous of getting In as charter moml>crs must apply on or In-fore �hat date. HIGH SCHOOL "LIT." The High School Literary Society held their regular meeting on F" .lay the chief interest being in the new Mason & Rise-It piano ihwl the . o-ciety hns since purchased and was using for tho first time. The students wore unanimous in their vote to retain the piano which was tntte on trial. The Instrumental sol is by Mary Simpson ami Hestdo Hagell brought out the excellent qualities of the instrument. The debate, Resolved that lacrosse is profcrrabio to baseball, was waged very evenly by youthful sports, L Stevens und U. Davies for the urt"�r-| I inativc and C. Sherlock and A. Nal day evening entertained a number of, Mnith for the negative. Tho Jutlgos their friends at a moonlight pucty| p. Miebach, P. IWlchor, ond C. tl on tho ltiwr Itottom. The affair was most uniipio and enjoyable. A large number of Dakota and Minnesota men who have land in this (lis tricthnvo come up to look after tht�lr interests here since the harvests across I he lino have been completed. Mr. G. Wnnsscr, of Buffalo. N. V., !t�m**4,�*-mtM>sraAa!uwi|ict.emcMo._ cookinc aaoux WHY WA-5TE YOUR TIME IN IOOK1N0 AROUND WHEN EVERYONE WILL TELL YOU THAT WE -STAND AT THE TOP IN THE CLOTHING TRADE. WE Do NOT, HOWEVER, TEAR COMPARISON. WE ESPECIALLY INVITE YOU TO COMPARE OUR READY-MADE SUITS WITH THOSE THE TAILORS MAKE AND CHARGEYOU MUCH MpRE TOR. OUR CLOTHING IS MANUFACTURED. dUTCHERS Do NOT MAKE OUR CLOTHING, &UT TAILORS. 5UTCH-ERS DO NOT TAILOR 6V]TS, ftUT TAILORS SOMETIMES BUTCHER S\J\TS. YOU CAN TRY ON ONE or OUR 6\J\TS AND YOU NEED NOT TAKE IT UNLESS IT SUITS YOU AND FITS YOU. YOU WON'T HAVE TO MAKE YOUR FRIEND, THE TAILOR, FEEL bADLY BECAUSE YOU DO NOT LIKE THE SUIT WE TRY ON YOU. IS NOT YOUR &EST FRIEND, YOURSELF? WE CAN SAVE THOSE WHO WEAR " TAILOR-MADE" CLOTHES 25 TO 40 PER CENT. RESPECTFULLY, Nimmons gnvo the dociston in favor of basclmll. An interesting number was the class prophecy by tho prophet, P. Micbnch, who saw. In rhyme, the destiny of his classmates. As the edl-tor-in-chtof ot tho Observer was so unfortunate us to break, his leg dur- son of the famous Wanzer of sowing. l,,u wcok- l,K'ro W0H no is8Ue of jimchinv and |�i�}> fam$, lit |� the ci ty renewing ncmjalntnnw* with ft number of old-time friends. Letters of administration of the estate of the Into M. F.. Hoy have l�vn issued to Ills widow. The*Ystnte is valued ut gl 1..O70. consisting chiefly of slock in lrude. a quiet wedding was celeiiratod ut the Methodist l*arsonnge un lied path St. by llev. .1. M. Harrison, when George Hrustle and Isnphene I*' FeMV both of Ciivut Falls, Mont.. 1'. S. a., uviv iiiarrlfd. ('i W. Itwlihison, the city fas-relari- Mrs. .1. W. Holt on went to Omits on Tuesday. Dr. Hivers, of llaymond, was in the city yesterday. II. S. Young of llaymond >vas in tho city on Saturday. i Duck hunting parties are the chief social, events these days. i\ stationery store is to bo opened in the Whitney block by Robertson &l Co. of Calgary. Miss Yroomnn returned on Monday from an extended visit to the cast. Miss llillis of Sutton We�t uccompun led her. F. CI. Norton who hus been in Lata to. for some time, returned on Men day to look uftor the buut|>or crop he bus on his Conldule farm. Tho studonts of tho High Seine! Literary Society showed excellent judgment in purchasing a Mai ni & R'isch piano. Tho instrument is one of suporb tone and perfect action �no�plo tliose days , There is scarcely a train loaves lcthbridge that lie docs not have some prominent mon on board. And lie talks this ond of tho country in no uncertain strain of optimism. -Alberta (Curdston) Star. On Oct. 3. ait St. Patrick's church the marriage took place of Miss Ev angel ino Minlsaevsky and Mr. Ben' jainin O. Foaro. The bride worts a travelling dross of fawn cloth and white hat and was unattended. 1 ho happy couple left on the Crow train for a trip to the coast and intend taking up residence In Lothbrldgo.- I Medicine Hat Time*. T. .1. Depew of city on Monday. Win. Salvage of drossy in the city on Tuesday. Mr. ami Mrs. F. W. Downer returned on Friday from Maple Creek. The A. O. I'\ held a social '.-i liie, Labor Temple on Monday nig it. j The Crow's NVst Pass Investment! , Co. is the l'li-in name of Hie ivoi-jan-\*reitsun�r is now busy receiving the i/ed Y. S. Shepurd Limited Com:.:iiiv: ,,1X,'S- Already over Slu.tHMi of a! Mr. nn.l Mrs. T. W. .lovkson nm|,1,,lBl *:,l",,U ,"""� l��>- T1,L\ ...... .(. Quick, of Heginu. s|h.iit Tuesdiiv it,! lnst ,la-v fo1' l'�-vl'",�'� �" �s Ci i.i-brook, 11.C, to .live. Mr. Hugh MeCall. of Ijc-thbriilge, has taken a position nt 11. .1. Moores barber shop, lie comes well recommended.-Maple Creek Signal. F. O. Webber, district manager of the Hell Telephone Co. and W. 11. Cirifllth, assistant district laanag-r, of Calgary, were >ln the city oi Friday. Miss Tsulx-l Cousins left Inst weak for Lethbridge to lie present at a dnnco there. Miss Cousins will bo away two weeks.-Medicine Hat, Times. H. N. Shaw, formerly of tho Hank of Commerce stall of this city but now accountant at tho High River Hrnnch spent several days in the city renewing acquaintances. Mrs. Niblock ot Calgary, and Mias Uuddingtun of South-sea, Fngland, spent Sunday with Mrs. C. I'. P Conylienro, who returned to Calgary with thorn on Monday morning. Miss Druce will not rocoivo until tho fourth Thursday orf Novomlior. Mr. and Mrs. A. Rasmustwm and Miss Hattlo Alston, of Magroth, wore in tho city on Tuesday. Tho Epworth League of Wesley church hold an interesting meeting on Monday evening when a mission ary programme was given with Un. J. M. Harrison in charge. An invitation'was extended to the West minister Uuild of Knox Church to visit the League and engage in do bate on November the eleventh. the discount is Saturday, Nov. At the OATS AND TRANSPORTATION AT CLARKSHOLM The Smith Hros., who live on Willow Creek, six miles south-west of toftn, off S acres, threshed H-1.1 htish-ols of oats-an average of I'i^J bushels per ucre. The t'armungii.v Truck less Transit Co., made its lirst trip to Stuvel.v last week with u I'uiil of wheat. The was a success and it is expecied -'"'jtliut it will cany lin-Ke quantities of R.N.W.M.P. barracks onl wheat from the Curmangiiy district Cloudily, I*. Pullvy was iviiianded to' to Stnvcl.v this your.-t'lurcsholm Re-the next sittings of the court on u|view. charge of stealing u port nianteau ; -----�- from a man named Thane who works ut the Itoyul Collieries. The accused is out on a 81000 bail. Tho Knox Church Indies Aid Society is holding a sale of homc-uiude cookery in tho Hijou Theativ Hall on the afternoon of Tuesday, October 2!>th from 2 to (I. Afternoon tea will bo served from . McQuarrio, i.nd *n Iriss by W.C Rogers of "Lifo in Mexico" Tho Guild accepted an invitation the lCpwofth League of Wesloy Church to attend o social evoning with thorn and engage in a debute on Nov. 11. The meeting next Monday will bo in charge of tlio Missionary Committee. On tho succeeding Monday a debate will lie held on the question of Oriental Immigration. The opposing sides are Messrs. Cope and MiUs and Misses Majckay and Wright against Misses Bennett and Sharman and, Messrs. Gordon and J. P. Higinbo-] tham, Sons of England. LODC.K "PHIDF. OF ALHIOHTA" SON'S OF KXOLAXD RF.NF.FIT SO-CIKTY, is now being formed, and preliminary navtings ure being hold in the llernld Ollice, on Monday evenings at M o'clock. Those desirous of getting in as Charter Members must apply before the 7th November, the date fixed for opening night. All Knglishmen and Sons of Fng-land nro urged to join. IT COSTS LITTLF.! IT "MFAN'S MI'CH! Write ait once for particulars to the secretary. F. T. ROllINS, c-o Herald Office. Clearing Sale of HATS Every Hat Marked at a Reduced Price G. H, Johnston "Your Hatter" : The Lethbridge Auction Mart 410 Round Street (Old Herald Office) is now open for the reception and storing of goods for sale by AUCTION Weekly Sales Of Furniture, Etc. -Held- Frank G. Waddington AUCTIONIEB All the latest Novelties in TRIMMED AND UNTSIMMED HATS! Are now on display. Children's wear a specialty. W. H. Scott, Proprietor, L. A. Scott, Manager. HILL BLOCK. DUVTEIMN STREET Inspector Tucker of CouUs was in tho city yesterday. A movement is afoot' to have a recreation park at Mapla Creek. The Edmonton Post Office waa com pleteljr gutted by Qra last Wednesday The Young Liberals of Fernle, B.C. gave "liig Dili" Camber a banquet on Tuesday ot last week, The Medicine Hat Curling Club haa elected officers and skips lor tkw year. ;