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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta $25,000 WORTH OF REDUCTION HIGH CLASS DRY GOODS AT BARGAIN PRICES. Wonderful Value, in All-Wool Blankets True soft white all-wool blankets,' pink and blue borders. Sizes G4 x SI Worth J?6.00 puif,. Our Pri e !f4.')0 Special Sale of Ladies' Coats Values thut nro without a piira;)c) anywhere. Womoti's black Kci-c--Coats, made of rich black all wooi, cloth. 50 inches long, loose fitthiK and trimmed with black silk braid, coats that, hang gracei'uUy from the shoulder. Large sleeves with cuCfs. Keguiai- price 18. Our price $l-}.00 Big Sale of Ladies' Skirts Prices pulled down to less than half. 20, only. Women's all' wool Venetian cloth skints, colors black and navy. Neatly made with pleats from knee down, perfect fitting, stylish and very cheap at S6.00. Our Price ?3.7o Men's Fine Boots, worth $3 Special - Per Pair $1.95 25 pair Men's fine Uo.x Calf leather boots, well made box too, Sizes 6 to 10. , Carpets and RugS"-Big Values at Little Prices 6 pieces of extra quality union (arpot, strongly wo\-en, in a splendid variety of patterns. 30 inches wide. Worth 50c. yd. Our Price 35c. Brussels Squares at a Big Saving 25 ortly Brussels Scpmrea, bouirht from the mills at a special price. All tho Itutost pattern.s and colorings. Fir.st cpialily goods. Sizes 9x9, 9x10 ft. 0 in. and 9x12. Worth up to .30.00. Our luice from 518.00. 36 in. Flannelette-Special 10c per yd. 300 yds. of fino quality striped (lannollctto. Nice soft finish. Full 36 inches wide. Bought to sell at 15c. yd. Sale Price 10c. Special Offer in Ladies' Hose splendid quality black Cashmere Huso. Seamless feet and fast color. Sizes SJ-, 0, and 9}. Worth 35c. pr. Sale Price 25c. Ladies' Vests and Drawers 40c per garment Women's Union Vests and Drawers, stiitahlo for this season. Vests have long sleeves, Sizeii.2, 3, and 4. Regular, 50c. value. Men's Stylish Overcoats, $15 A special piircha.sc made of fine 1 l.ick broadcloth! villi velvet collar. Joined with the best quality Italian cloth, a neat dressing, coat. Slado to sell at 20.00 Our Price 15.00. Men's and Boys' Heavy Caps \ big range of Fall and Winter Caps made of fine heavy cloths and tweeds. Fur-lined ear covers. StVjcial, Prices from 50c. I 1^ Boys' Corduroy Pants, 50c per pair | (iO pair splendid quality corduroy pants, well Sewn. Sizes 22 to 32. Worth 75,c. pr. Sale Prico 50c. Men's Reefers at Bargain Prices Heavy quality Frieze Reefers, lined with best wwiKhts corduroy. Iligh .storm cpllar, a great coai-t'or winter wear. Worth gS.OO. Si3ec>ial, f6,50 NOTICE. ��������HaaaaHaBiaaHnB 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 until gas is struck, we, however, are positive tfaat 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. A LOCAL BUDGET. F. W. Downer went tp Maple Creek yesterday. Mrs. A. L. Foster left last ni^ht on a trip to Albright, Sask. J, A. Moore of I^eavings was in thp city on Monday of this wook. Dr. Kdniunds of Calgary was in town }-x?stcrday on business. A. G. Low of Edmonton spent a few days in Lethbrid to invito the Jre'dicine flat Lodge to I)e present at the installation ceremony on Nov. 7th, It was decided to elect ofllcers next Monday evening, so a full attendance is requested, \^ Mrs. Shier of Mnclood was arrested at Coutts yestertluy ujion a warrant! issued by her husband who came to Lethbridge from Macleod. At the time of her arr.!St Mrs. Shier had her; two'childron with her but there was no man ai'rested with her as was reported in the city tliis morning. Tho Macleod police cnnio to Ijcthbridge lust night to got Shier who is wanted in Macleod. / -V four hpr.se team ran away at , Haroness Hoad this morning with a wagon load of posts, which were fr;* ly distributed aUmg the line of travel. There will be a praj-or service held in the Baptist Taliernacio, tomorrow (Thursday) evening at 8 o'clock. t Rev. Martin Dargh, Scjindinavian Pastor, Calgajry, will be in the city on Frjdaj' and may stay over Sun- Tho body of T. \. Oram, whose murder at Stanford Montana, has cau.setl considerable interest in Western Canada where he was well known was taken through the city last night by his wife and brother. They ara going to Prince Albert where the deceasHjd formerly lived. Ne.vt Sunday tieing the finst Sunday of tho month, Rev. Wm. Reid will preach his monthly sermon to young men. His subject vill l.�e "Manliness." All young men are heartily invited to this service in the Baptist Tabernacle at 7.30 p.m. The Toronto News says-. Announcement has been made among friends and n'!ati\-es of the engagement of Miss Slary llagarl.y, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George F. Hagarty and S'fr. H. Morton Jones, of Lethbridge, son of the Hev, Septimus and Mrs. Jones. The Ladies .\U\ Sociot.y of Knox Church held a most Kuccv;.ssful "Kitchen .Sale" ,\i'.ing business in homemade confectionery. Tea was served by ihe ladies to the largo crowds that attended the sale, .About thirt.v members of the local Masonic Lodge took a special train to .Macleod last evening to pay a. fra ti'rnal visit to the bn^hren there. I f'lveryonu on the train, even the ' trninmen, were Masons. The party wore royoilly treated in Stnclpod, had a .ioli.v good time and got home at 7.30 this morning. What Fafthi^A Demand* in Jewelry can be found here. Whatever is designed and manu-taccnred in th� line of JEWELRY is made a part of our stock immediately. We are e8i)ecially well suppliad with Pearl Brooches and Ladies' batches of handsome design and fine quality, etc, W. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN, Agent for BELL. PIANOS Baseball for To-morrow. Tulier, the old-time rivals of Ilouksf Sava.ares, are coming to Lothbriflgw tonight to tr,v conclusions in the baiiiiball diamond with the local base ball tariin tomoi'row afternoon, Capt, I "fl 11" Jiailey was in Taber ycstor-da,v and made all arrangomonts. As each toahi has won a game b,y a narrow nnirgin this summer the game tomorrow will be all lMV,'�eball from start to finish. The Savages, team will include Rae, c, Prince and GnlH-vnn p,, .Simmons, ss,, Gngiion, lb,, Dniley 2b,, Harl)er Hh., Kenny r.f., Ilouk c.t,, and Grwn l.f. Tho gamo is c-.tl!ed for H o'clock. Radges will Ix! solfl to defray expenses. Tli;Nni;;i{.S achlras.sed to the Com mis.sioner of Dominion Lands will bo recoi\'ed at the JX'|)aitinont of the torior at Ottawa iip to noon ot the 16th day of December, 1907, for tho ljurcha.sc of the S.W.i of Section 4, Towr.ship l.'j, Itange 25, West of the Fourth Meridian, at an upset prico of Si} per acre. Kach tender must bo accompanied by an occ-opted cheque on a chartered Rank of the Dominion in favor of the l>eputy Minister i of the Interior, for tho full amount ' oftVrcd per aero in excess of. the upset pr.cs, which,will bo fflrtoitod in th� event of tho tenderer failing to cora-pleti the purclia.so of the land tendered tor, if awarded to him. No tender by telegraph will ho entertained. This sale will, Uo subject to the performance of the homestead conditions as pivscHbed by the Dominion Lands Act In that liehatf; and the terms o( sale will ho as follows:-'Either the whole of the purcJiase money to bp paid at tho time of .sale, at thai option of tlio purchaser, or ono-fourth thereof, and tho balance in three equal annual instalments, with interest at 5 \ic.r cent, per annum, the first of such instalments to become due twelve months after the date of the .sale. P. G, KEYES, Secretary. Dojiartniont of the Interior, Ottawa, October 17th, 1907. 30t7-14. 1 4 Off OUR ANNUAL HIGH-GRADE Watch Sale commencing Nov. 1st and continuing 15 days. We find we are oversfooked in hiKh-grndo Watches, and with our new stock which will arrive shortly, the stock on hand must go at J off No Watches sold under $10.00 with discount. ' Watches carried in stock from 11.25 each to 200.00 e_cb. R. M. WRIGHT Letbbridge's Greatest Jewelry Store - Phones 165 and 19^, Eye Specialist in charge of Optical Department ;