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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, October THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Coaldale Block Opposite Dallas Hotel GOW His entire Boot and Shoe Stock lias been placed in the hands of Beshears Bros. Co., Brokers, who have heen instructed to sell until all liabilities are fully met. n irruption .In the Boot and Shoe Trade that will paralyse all com- petition. The news has spread like wildiire. igantic IJistriDution STARTS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26tk AT 9 O'CLOCK FORMER PRICES ALL FORGOTTEN mi o T lae Store Is JNow Llose In. order to enable the people. in' charge to mark down the price' on every pair of. shoes and to bring about the final arrangement to sell the stock. O O f- Ever Pair a Barain "The best, the greatest of all Shoe Sales ever held in Lethbridge.. "The climax has been reach- ed. Our sale "will be short, so you will have to hurry if you expect to -get your pick these enormous slashed prices. Doubtless you will never have an opportunity your shoe needs when you can save so' much money as now. Everybody come to the Slioe ..Bar- gains! Let-nothing keep you a-way! 1 Dualities--INo Fiisrepresentation popular price shoes will-break the- record- going at of them, are for Fall wear, while it is true we we have shoes suitable for any season of-the year. The above makes sold, regularly from to -S'6.00. Ladies Dress Shoes In such high, grade makes as E. P.'Reid Co.. New York, etc., values up to to be sold at one price. es o aoes the hop-skip-and-jump kind or the fine nnd niftv dress, formerly sold at -3--25 to 85.00. Going now at ies Skoes for Street Wear It's nothing more or less than a miracle to see these high grade shoes "going at -These shoes sold regularly at to1 They will be closed oivt the first week in double quick time at this extreme low value. Cmlclren s Misses' ana Infant's Shoes M In every color, shape and style, going at prices, commanding immediate disposal. They will be sold from one-fourth to one-half off the regular price. oes en s rine ress The greatest sale of all the newest models in Patent Colts. Tan, Etc., -going at Sold the world over, to These Price Listings will oply give you a slight idea of the many saving oppor- tnat await your early approval SHOE STOCK BEING SACRIFICED AND SOLD OUT BY ik sears ros. C_v Spok O. r, ane an Calgary d DISTRICT NEWS COLERIDGE NEWS Coleridge, Oct. new Pres- Dyienan church wag comfortably fill- ed on Tuesday last in response to an announcement of ladies that' a musical and literary enrertainraent would be given as a formal opening of the new church. Considerable dis- appointment was lelt that the Rev. j. vv. Morrow, of St. John's Church, Med- icine Hat, was unable '-to present, us was expected, owing to No. 2 'being two hours 'late. Refreshments were nrst liberal supper of tea corree and eatables having been pro-1 vided by the ladies. With. Rev. Hench as chairman, a very interesting programme chorus- es, songs'and recitations was given. Also instrumental selections on the1 harp and picca- lo, which were, much appreciated. Miss Middleton presided'at the or- gan as and much credit is due her for. the care with which she had trained the children for their different parts. substantial sum was added to the building 'fund, "as" a result "of the en- tertainment, besides its sociad advan-. tages. The .ladies -desire to thank all tnose" who so -Wndly contributed to both the refreshment table and the programme; also to the people of Cole- ildge for'their_generous patronage. The' church" will" be opened 1'or div- ine service on Sabbath, the 30th inst., the sacrament of the Lord's Sup- per will be dispensed to all members. Sabbath 1 p.m., service at.2 p.m. D. -A, Mckerticher, of Lethbridge, public school. inspector 1'or Southern Alberta, made his semi-annual visit of inspection, to Coleridge school on Tuesday of this'weslr. A gentleman claiming to be a Con- gregational minister from North Dak- ota, at. present" homesteading in. the vicinity of PashJey, visited. Coleridge on Tuesday' evening, with a to opening preaching services here. BARONS NEWS .Barons, .Oct. telephone line will soon, be iiere. Poles are already up and the line is expected to be com- j pieted. by Tuesday. The Ladies'. Aid, met at the home of .Mrs. five- miles in the coun try, and had a pleasant afternoon. Twenty ladies were present. Mrs. James Bevan and daughter. Miss Luella Bevan, are spending a few i weeks with Mrs. D, E. Cotton. They are on their way to Chester. ITon., wnere they have taken, up homesteads. Miss Moir is spending a few days with-her brother, Gilbert M-oir. Mrs, Lees and Mrs. Brainard. of Letiibridge. are spending a few days I with- Mrs. A. D. Cummings. Mr. Walter J. Evans has sold, his snare of the Sharf Evans business jto A. D. Cummings. Mr. Evans has i other business in view. Mr. Lucky, of Claresholm, has been cere on business. Miss Muir, who has been spending a few months with her sister, Mrs. Jack Smith, left last week for her Home in Manitoba; There is to be a Sunday School ral- ly next Sunday. -Mr. Gouh has returned from a few clays' visit to Lethbridge. There is one case of measles in town. A birthday party was given at the home of Mrs. Lucia. They had a fine cnicKen. supper. A "chicken supper vras given at White Lake on Monday. It proved quite a success. Have, you wrestled with a bedstead on moving-day? you know what a job it is to get an ordinary metal bed apart and put it together again. You will never have that trouble with an "Ideal" Metal Bed. We make "Ideal" Metal Beds so well that we can safely put out trademark guarantee on every one. Arid so you will find ; there, this bed -insurance policy, right on the even on the "Ideal" Metal Bed that costs as little, as It is every bit as good a bed, this style, as "any of its' higher-priced sisters. For there is only ONE QUALITY Via. "Ideal" Metal Beds. 7W Send for "The Philosophy of ask for Booklet No. IDEAL BEDDING OS LIMITED M ONTItCAU TORONTO The Girt Who Lives whether she attends college orgoeS to business, needs Perfection It will heat a cold, cheeirlef- boarding house or dormitory room and make it is always a ready help in the rnany- -things women do for tbemselyes in their rooms. With the damper- top opened it will heat; water: for tea or cocoa; it will dry .articles that a woman wash herself in her own foonfc'JIt will quickly heat an iron or curling "tongs; quickly dry wet ever ready help -forjthe wpman who lives alone, depend erit on her own resources. WHITLA NEWS -Mr. Brown and wife, ot Lethbridge, stopped in Whitla overnight last week. H. Coleman and wife left for Ro- cnester, Minn., last Thursday, to spend I tiie winter with Mrs. Colernan's par- eats. j invitations are out for a dance to 1 be given, at farmer .lolm Olson's, i south of town, in. his .fine new resi- aence. Everybody is anticipating a 1 jolly good time. I s. S. Richardson made a business 'trip to Lethbridge on Tuesday of last j week. K. G. Uosiett made a trip to Grassy j Lake on Friday, returning Sunday. He expects to have that station during Jtne winter months. William Piter, who lias been in Saskatchewan threshing, returned to His home on Saturday morning. He says the other boys from Whitla will i 1 be along in a few days. j The Farmers Lumber Co. have made very extensive improvements in itneir yard at this place by the build- ling of fine sheds -and a high picket rence around the whole. j Mr. .Mitchell, dry goods salesman, 1 ror the VV. R. Brock Co., Calgary. i made Whitla a pleasant call on Wed nesday of last week. j .Mrs. A. W. Tuller, of Bow Island. was in the fore part ot last j week with "hats and millinery. did i very nicely considering the inele j ment weather. I .Mr. J. B. Fost has been working in seven Persons the past week. J. Sheepbowerer who has been work- ing in Medicine Hat the past two months, is home tor a short visit with nis ramiiy. and Mrs. B. Lonsou expect to (move out on their homestead, nine miles north east, the latter part of tiie month. Then what will be hun- gry travelling men do for some place to eat in Whitla; I it is reported iBTit AVjsss Hill, sister Absolutely smokfleis and ododta is invaluable in jts.capaciry of quickly giving heat It will nine hours filling.; It is safe, smokeless and has a cool handle and a: damper top. An indicatpr'sbows the amount of oil ia the- font. filler-cap is jnrt in like a cork in a- bottle, and is attached to'tbe font by.a cfcain. It has malic-locking Slnme -which prevents the .-wick- ftomi being turned high eno-ugh- to: smoke, and is easy to remove and drop back so, the can be quickly cleaned. -.X-. The burner body or gallery cannot become -wedded, and can be unscrewed in an instant for rewfcking. Finished in japan or nickel, strong, durable, made, built for service, and'yetligbt and ornamental. Dealers Svsirywhtrc. If. Mi ct yours, oriitjor descriptive dnulor of Robert and Walter. Hill wishes to urclay evening, after an extended visit come here and open an eating house. There is a good opening here for some one. Some of., the young people attended j the dance at Sevea Persons -on Fri- day evening. It is reported that Harring- ton is lying very ill in the hospital at Medicine Hat. .Mrs. W. A. Lyon, who has 'been in wasnmgton the past two months working at the fruit .packing1 business, returned home on'Saturday morning. It was a very agreeable surprise to to Bow Island. Wonder what is the It takes him to make the trip. tion. the death of W. A. Mof which- occurred three weeks ago Saturday at valley City, N. D., at the pital. Remains were sent to Cooper's Town, N, D., his former home, for in-, terment. Their frienas extend sym- pathy to the family. Mr. and Mrs. A. Elliot were .treated to a right royal charivari on Friday, last. The groom responded rt If indications point in the right di- the Uttle iolks, as they were not ex-, soon be pecting her so soon. rQf m CQW and Bert and Iver GMoyer. of Berthotel D... arrived on Sunday last with two carloads of emigrants' moveables. Mr. Fosy, of Courtney, N. D., fa- ther of H. Blaachard, made the fam- j ily a very pleasant "rtsir this week.. The fresbyterian -Ladies' Aid are giving a social bazaar ana entertain- ment on the 18th of November. Please remember the date. All neighboring towns and the country round about are cordially invited to attend. It you are contemplating; -buying Christ- inas gifts for your sweetheart, daugh- ter, wife, mother, or. perhaps, grand- mother, wait for the Ladies' bazaar: you cannot fail to be pleased with the assortment .to choose from. E. N. Walton returned home on Sat- tainments in the same neighborhood. SLICE THE MELON AT HAMfLTON Hamilton, Oct ahnounc ed taeir intention to start work at once on extensive improvements to their plant, embracing the''new Bet- tmgton shed, enlarged grand" stand, new stables, etc., the Hamilton Jock- ey club has decided to eut the meloii and distribute huge profits enjoyed during the past couple of years. This week each shareholder' will receive for each share. Some is oeiug split up anfKig the ninety, odd stockholders. That's good advice; your digestive machinery gives ou t you don't feel like "hollering'' much. Dyspepsia is the mother of any man or woman feel blue. Dyspepsia T will make you one of. the liappy people who soile all the time- 'These tablets contain juSt enough pepsin, diastase and ither ingredients in scientific proportions to bacish dyspepsia. Eat the things you relish Dyipepiin -will keep your to duty. 25c. and SOc. you buy with the name will give entire satisfaction Sold and guaranteed by All Lethbridge Druggists ;