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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta OF Sample SKIRTS! You know wlmt samples are. These arc tho garments the manufacturer sells his stock from, and needless to sny the samples are the articles they put their very best work^and fiuish on. The number is limited. ONLY TWENTY-FIVE IN ALL Three of Cnniidn's best weeklies for the price of two. See our rluhh'm,; offer, j Hear Hi-ft llurvvy, the funny man, in Uu> Knights of Pythias Hall on Nov. I'JDi. Toronto (Hobo-Konnoy and llnr-vry filled Ilio Piiivillim nnd made n decided hit. 10. Culver of lllairmuro, who Is interested In II. ('. fruit IhihIh, was |n the city this week. Air. and Mrs. Pit /.pat rick of Sweet, finiss, Mont., are visitors nt the houut-of Mr. and Mrs. Ilenjn. j 11. Alorlolt )ones, of Uonylx>niv> & .Joiieh, left yesterday for rincher Crook, whoiv ho Is noting as ttrlriiTutor for the provincial government in expropriation proceedings. A. 10. Humphries who has lx>on ,iiway to Montreal deporting undesir-alilu citizens returned on Suturdny night. While away ho vistovtil his old homo In New York stale. At Diamond City one diuv week, a Middle horse bolted, drugging Its rider along tho street, injuring; himsetf considerably. The same (jn.v n team ran away nnd dashing tho scales badly smashed them. Tho 'taxes aiv coming in at a good rule. I p to Inst night Seoriitnry-Treusiirer Itobinson had received S'j;(-T.".l of (he $i.-�J,(M>n levied. Tho lime for payment to secure -tho discount has boon extended to Saturday. Pclroliu from Peat & Sons, would he. lo rents a foot for new |>i|x' and rents n fool, for good second hand, pipe, besides Kid. tnotvyfor a shoe and head. The mills would have to lumo three'weeks or a month's notice If new pipe were wanted- The second hand pi|>o could ho shipped at rfnee. If wired tonight Would bo on way within a. week. Tho total cost of the new |>i|ic would I*, about HO courts n foot. lie would not continue tho hole at tho present depth for loss than $M> a foot. lie would not. guarantee to go down any specified di.pth as such formation as would make It. Impossible to drill except with rotary drills might bo encountered, llo said I lull as yd solid rock had not lwon struck. Soft formations would a\�o stop operations. Ttierefoiv he would not bind himself in no any specified depth. A CANTAffoRft p TAKE CHANCES OH DODGlNC DOnT dodge' There's a choke, so come quick. The Gas Well Problem. The C their ve re ,,h 1. ' I! |. i, s I at limine (in feet. � lit S' ,,n re .lunct inn. to I'.h.iont  hi had 8 s � q -p.l.t S'Js.11(111 Hi f.Vll U,.||, ,Md II..tiling. Calg.'iiJ p..,.).1,. Mad  'there was a full nssMiihlv- nf the 1 l..i.r 3Sc. Dress Goods for 25c. \ ut pi. "3 Heavy Clolh Dress GooiIh in urcy. brown, inivy and ^ivi-n. 10 inches wide, well worth ooc, for only e ,oc. "STANFIELDS" UNDERWEAR FOR WOMEN Vests and Drawers and Union Suits. Tho kind that won't shrink. A. Macdonald f die spec a I coin-Jnil! (i w a.s r'Ceh oil, ndojUeil. :inl a P.. law pielaicd in (icconlan-.-c with the repuc'i V|''icli read as follows I Chili'*.. 1. The l'loctric Co lopnr-! chnso easing to continue borinif toj I ihe depth of 2,(> fwl. j Clause 2. At tho depth of liiO'i feet tho n.'.'ivcmoiit on tho part of the lOlootric Co. shall be considered computed. | Clausv' 3. A bylav to authorize the cx|iuii(liluru necessary to drill to Let I lit 1 le 1 r -|"i,' than lh Co. to K.-x ti,. Mr. I'l'.-euiaii 111 '\ w.-r.i il.iw u 11 if ihlnf-i irn rii.'h' ;h' fill'^lleii in t,-i, i!n\s Mr. Pout m,-d �rid. Lrol ;.ont : ' Ktctric' I I ... I ; th .t 1 he\ ' '''t and t'1111 Welt Would-!'.- r t wo weeks, that if delay I t.-l is ca'i'..i| \,\ � |,,|. In tv;.|c (,, Ihe he should bo I 1 he \\ aij.-s of his men. j a .suiri.'1-s-i ion that he' 11 uradualeil scale, Mr. Peat said that he made his nhVr in th : tho i(;ht that h- would trot oil the Hiis there was by the limo he bored -loll f,-et (M- (Kin feet at 1 ho outside. If ho had thought he should have to lio :i,OOf> feet ho would not do it for SI0 a foot. At 17.">n hi"t thoy arc on the l^vol -SEE- lur Wmdow For % New Line of Goods in Lethbridge. J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist nnd Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. u depth of 3,000 foot shall I*. pro-, of the fras well at Medicine lint nnd ^Something interesting next week son-boil to the burgesses to vote upon at the earliest possible, date, anil us soon as curried, 'the Klectric Co. shall Ije reimbursed for any expenditure made by them In preparation for for continuing the well (such as purchase of pi|K>). Clause 4. The terms of tho bylaw to state that in the event of a flow of gas being secured which in the opinion of tho council shall lie sufficient to wurrant taking, ovur the well, the same shall l>e "taken over by the City, together with tho Klectric Co. plant, real estate, nnd other property on the same terms ami conditions as laid down in hyluw- N'o. 222. voted upon on Aug. 24, 1900. that the event of gas not being found be struck any time Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. P. Wallace, of Tx-lier were in the city Saturday. | W. A. W oodhous;'. inns'.or mechanic of the C.P.Ii. wus in the city on Friday. Ilou't pay five cents ft copy for the llerulil. TuUo it by the year. It to tho oast and for the present is staying with Mr. ^ Itiichunan at the Cecil. Thoy will likely lease a ivsidenci- for the winter *U the corner of .lasi�'r and fifth �tnvt s.- lOduiont on Hid lot in. )J. N*. Slornbol-g, of lOdmonton, of the firm of Hitndnil, (!� it Mitchell, grain morchanls, Winnipeg, acconi-by A. 1.. Foster, "of this city, made tl tour of the Southern Alberta section of the province1 this week, looking over the grain situation. Tho many friends of Mr. C. V. llcoco local manager of the f'nion Hank ol Canada presented him with n handsome leather easy chair on Ills return with his bride testifying to tho high ok boom* in which he is held by tho businoss men of the town. Mr. nnd Mrs. lleece have taken Mr. if, II, Miller's h6usc and huive wtart-eil house keeping.-'Pinchor Creek. Kcho. I). Smith, of Port RUgin, Ont , 'ir->-thor of Alex. Smith, the well-known Liberal organizer loft for the Kost on Saturday after sending about two weeks visiting his brothers at Havre, Mont., and Pincher Crock, 'Altn., besides looking over bridge lands. Ho in J. D. Higinhotham & Co. Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone -HI. Resident Graduate Night Clerk. the gas should lielow thut level The summary of the negotiations of tho committee with Mr. IVnt vvns submitted to the Council as follows: Mr. Feat will go 3,000 feet with 4J in. pipe at $10.00 a foot unless he strike primary or granite foundation or until it is impossible to put pipe further. That in his opinion the prospects of striking gas are good nnd sees no difficulty in going down tho full 3000 feet. He thinks tnut he will surike gas within 100 or flOO f(*H. That he is prepared to supply 3000 foot of new pipe, inserted joint, nt in | 4.1c. a foot f.o.b. Petrolin, making in price ubout 00c. a foot at Ijethbridgo such fpiantity nnd the city d�x>s not or Sl,80n.0o. 10 cents less per foot immediately on completion of the' for second hand pipe, well take it over, then tho city shall | That wagfs of men or* SSo.OO |k>r pay to the Klectric Co. the sum of: day will have to bo paid should uny 85,000 for and in consideration of delay occur in getting tho casing, tho use of tho Electric Co. well Ik-' That the well is down 1530 feet, low the lfiOO foot level. ! likely to complete the lrtOO feet ill Look at your LA3T WINTER,'** overcoat and .see if THE CLoTH a&oVT THE ^eam^ in the back and around the-cuff^ \s not badly worn. if you tuck your .sleeve.s you will make them to .short. if you lengthen them or leave them a.5 they are, you cannot get away from having people know that you cannot afford a new overcoat, then is there any reason why you -should not buy a new one,  we have them to suit all pocket books. just placed in stock six sample'garments from the 20th century factory, if you are looking for something better , than others are selling, we ask i you to inspegt the *0th century productions for which we are sole agents. respectfully, The Bentley Company, Ltd. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Prompt Delivery Telephone 33 .Mrs. IV. A. Hamilton will ivoeive on l-'riduy only of this wevk. McKolvie iV .Mctluire are sole agents for the Carhartt Overalls. A barrel of fun for a dollar at tho Knights of Pythias Concert on the twelfth. .lust think of getting eight Heralds for fifteen cents. Uriiu; vs vou' u;:l ol and dime. If .vou don't take tho Herald and bin i' got 15 cents, send Us your fif-t.-en and we'll "send you the llernld. delivered (in the city) or mailed, until Now \ ear's. The Wesley Chureh Kpvvor-lh IjoagUe meeting on ^londuy evening was one of the best yet. Tlios. Taylor's address on the Duties of the Day was very iiitciVHi-ing and helpful. The lx>ague meetings are growing in s'izo and interest. Last Thursday evening a number of the High School students accompanied by Miss llennett, ono of tho teachers, visited another student, Gladdie Virtue, and spent a very pleasant time. Gladdie had the misfortune a fow days previously to have his leg broken by being throvji from his horse . Ho showed remurkuble pluck in getting back onto the horse nnd riding homo where ho- called for assistance to dismount. Ther for Clause 5. That in the event of gu* being discovered in a i|Uantitj* not sulllciont to warrant the city taking over tho well, then the 1',1-ct ric Co. shall have the privil.-ce of piirchiis-' ing the city's easing and the citj' shall giiiirain e� to the l-'li ct ric Com-piliiij- tho pri\ilo.;e of laving gas mains from the ga- w.-'i, to th - 1'Jee trie Cn.'s povv.-r inaise for the purpose of ooiivcviug Mil' to iis phiut llli'ler the super. :-ion and ine.nner in.nt pr.-srribed b\ the Citj I'ligiiif-r. Clause (I. Thi' drilling under lln-tllllll foot i.-v .1 to lie (-olii!liet,.i| li.v the Citj iiiiil)-r lie- sill" r\ ision of th-' Cit y Kngui.-. r. Aid. (llivi'i- iV; Watson suluniitod an aim relin in I 1 lie 11-1">rt be laid upon the table for cotisid.-raI ion at tile II.-\t |n.->'tlllg of thi' ('iilllliil Aid. Watson said thai the grnt bo dy of the iiti/eti^ did not want to lei.-. I lie Kl. 1.11 a- Co 's plant . Th'i Colllinl shillll'l kllnW M-iejs. til.- Iii. 01 i-v .inning iroiii I., foil- nn\thing was il.uie. \tii \ . .1 (.'a ll.r.i it li and Aid. Cunning  b-s: ll .1. (.'unit ii. Sons, tho bridge contractors. .1. T. MoKinnoj- has suveivd his con nection with the V. S. Shopnrd Co. and bus Joined with u Calgary real estate firm. Of the Kenney-llnrvey Entertainers the llellevilU.' Intelligencer says: "Their third iipix-amnce, but we're luughing yet." Aif llosi'lton has caused his barber shop to have u strictly up-to-duto np|iearunee bj" tho installation of four very handsoiiio ami modern chairs and by other improvements in the 'surroundings. There will be u thank offering social and iiniMcale hel,d in St. Angus-tin's lteetorj- on Thanksgiving l)a,j . Oct. 31st, from 8.3(1 to 10.3d p.m. to which all are cordially invited Theno will bo no ailiiiissioibf^o charged but iuij one wishing ft) givy a thank ofloring will lind boxes placed in convenient places for Cult purpose. The proceeds are to go to the building-fund of the church. There was a great i.Tor d and a most interesting programme at tho mating of the Wostminist.r (iuild onl j'M'ond a cent until Monday evening. Tho Life of Dr. Kobertson was the sub- Id diijs or 2 weeks. j Thut l i null pipe is ample to sup-1 pl.v a citj- three t im s the si/o of I .�'t hliriilge provided pressure were | sulliel.-ll' The ( iiiinctl received the report and I'l'oc.-i il.-d to ileu 1 w.tb the bjlnvv pre punsl by the City Solicitor ill a-- : cord.inco vvitli the first report. ' H.V the proposed hvluw the citj' and tho Dleeirn- Co. inak.' an ngrv-vvliieh ihe Citj .s to liav.-' if tie w.-ll. for i he continu-f the 1'oring If gas' In I ll.'ll the led agr.i'llielll earned mil . if not, 1 ho Citj' I he Co S."i 11 'I i for t he us . �II and remove all casing be Clearing Sale of Use ugii i ii- hn m pr tllll Iter o ' el Mil Wiilsuu waniei the City woiil.l not bu. finish i |i � i.i.r.'i/fj- Aid I iiniiini-li.iin n ma im a ineil ill- I'. II..I s,|| the hole llli.ess whole plant. AM lUiier anil Win- 1 lie t , ill.' I'e- eiI iigainsi, Aid. Cumiiiighnin Im explain lh.11 I lii- pa-1 nni diil no( t-oitiuiit lav ing the to know wl;,v tlie hole and iid Yrnonian nipiinv would � t hev sold the tl nine ii ,s siria shall be shall pa.v of the vv. low the ll'.llll foot l,.\el III I hi- event of the citj' declining to take ill' 1 the w.-li. the CoillpllllJ' shall have the privilege ol piiivha.s-ing at eost In/in the Citj- all i.ising used li..|ii\v I hi' llidll font l.-vel, and Ihe Citj shall gram In the Conip uu.v I In* rigl.i of laving and pi-rpet-u.ill.V ma I nt a in ing gas nanus through ll.e st reels of the ii'v. leading t i i illipu ll.v s p. iw e|' house t Coni"aii,v for its � be ovv u Jier � Hi ' of ntell for lh.- Conn been passed. On iiji11jiin iok invasion to ing of the motile Ciitiiii'll to the byluv had by the people, of Aid Macbeth ond the C used by the use a nil noI for s i le. ll is pri.posi-.| to i-sit,. forty del 1-ni in-,.s bearing interest at l; rent tor lh.- sum i  -> 111 i i> > I Ihe Coiui' ll lh. n |hi-sod another b.vlaw n.....tnliug llv law Jl" b.v vvhiili the .hit . ol paving Lives is extended ii' on I lei HI vvlliell is ii holiililj, to S.i l u n l.i v , \ 11 v .'iiiher -J Ihe Coillllil, llll.lollrill'll lo lll)oar-anio Every *Hat> Marked at a Reduced Price H. Johnston "Your Hatter" Victoria Week: A. W. McVittio, dominion and provincial land surveyor, has o|K'iied oflloes in tho Mctlreg-or lllock, Victoria, whore ho will . pursue his professional work and l.elh-lin addition will deal in timber and another whplcoal lands. Mr. McVittio was one of came, who saw and was conquered as J tho pioneer survej-ors of tho Kooten-lie informs the Herald that, lis wil^n.v, ami has a hand in ninnj' of tho pnjhubly sell out his farm it Druco enterprises which huvo been dovolop-auiTcomo to tho Lethbridge liistrict. [ ed thi>ro during the last fifteen years. Joel of thought. Miss \V. Hyssop gave a sketch of his life. Kev. (.'onion nnd .1. D. Higinhotham gave I>crsonnl reminiscences of the faniousj Ctinninghuin vvus missionary superinteiKleiit. V. | suit with Messrs. Macbeth, P." Hose, ,1. McKillop, and Miss Purse also assisted in the li'terurj- part of the programme. Mr. Cope and Miss Jess-lo ltelcher lvndor-ed pleasing solos. At an executive meeting afterwards, Messrs. Irving and Cope ond Miss IVcniluft wetv chosen to moot tho representatives of the Kpworlh Ijeaguo in debate on November 11 th. The subject agreed upon is Kesolved that Porelgn Missions have greater claim on tho Canadian Church than Homo (Canada) Missions. How man a special coinmitteo includ-1 ing tho non-electric company uldor-j men Oliver, Vrooman, Watson, and, appointed to con Preeman and Peiul who wore pii'sont. Sons of England. LODOK PHIDK OP ALHKHTA" j SON'S OP KNdLAXD HPA'KFIT SO-! Cll-'TY, is now being formed, and Aid. Cunningham was nppoiivLcd^ preliminary meetings are being held. on Monday ev-; All the latest Novelties in TRIMMED AND VNTRIMMED HATS! Are now on display. Children's wear a specialty. W. H. Scott, Proprietor. MILL BLOCK, DUFFEMN STREET chairman of the commit toe. I in the Herald OllU-e Mr. Poiiit in adib>-ssing the com- i-nings at H o'clock. Those desirous mitten said that he could give the of getting in as Charter Members oHlimutod cost |�-r foot. The City' must apply hcfoiv the 7th November, would have to lay in a stock of pipoi the dale li.xed for opening night, sulbciont to reach -the distance desir-j All englishmen and Sons of Sixti-on hundred foot of 1J inchiaml un, urB(lll lo j,in rr pi|� would be lu-oded at once. Therj t Ll'lTLPI IT MKAXS Ml'Cll! Write-111 i'aptist Association and Mrs. Bry L. A. Scott, Manager. Hev. 11. Hryant, of Medicine Hut, COSTS i �'as elot-U'd Modern tor of tho Allwr- would bo no need for more six-inch pipe. To go .1,000 feet, it would ro-ipiiro as many foot of A J in pipe. Tho cost of 3,000 foot a carload, f.o.b. a/t once for tarj'. particulars to tho socro- F. T. nOHINS, c-o Herald Ofllco. ant of tho ladies Association. Tho secivtnry reported a jnoinlwrshlp in the province of '2,120, un increase of 197 for tho your, Notiee to Taxpayers. All cheques presented for pay-nient for Taxes must be accepted by the bank. G. W. Robinson, Sec-Treaa. i A Special Purchase ;