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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta CREHT REDUCTION SHLE $25,000 WORTH OF HIGH CLASS DRY GOODS AT BARGAIN PRICES. Wonderful Value in All-Wool Blankets True soft while nil-wool blankets, pink nml blue borders. Sizes 01 x SI Worth $6.00 pair. Our Pri-o ^-i.'i'i Special Sale of Ladies' Coats Vnltios that are without n parallel anywhere. Women's black Kcvic." Coats, ninde of rich black all wool, cloth. 50 inches long, loose fifing and trimmed with black silk braid, coats that hang gracefully from the slum,dir. Large sleeVts with cliffs. Regular price Sltf. Our price $1-1.00 Big Sale of Ladies' Skirts Trices pulled down to loss than hnlf. UO, only. Women's nil* wool Venetian cloth skirts, colors black and navy. Neatly made with pleats from knee down, perfect lilting, stylish and very cheap at Ss 0 to 10. " Carpets and Rugs--Big Values at Little Prices (') pieces of extra (piality union (nrpet, strongly woven, in a splendid variety of pntterns. 3d inches wide. Worth 50c. yd. Our Prico doc. Brussels Squares at a Big Saving 25 only ltrussels Squares, bought from the mills at n s|veeinl price. All the latest patterns ami colorings. I'irst (piality goods. Sizes 0x0. l)\10 ft. (> in. and Pxl'J. Worth up to $.'50 00. Our price from $18.00. 36 in. Flannelette--Special 10c per yd. .Ut" yds. of fine quality strl|>ed tlnnn'ellel te. Nice soft finish. Full 30 itichs wide. Bought to sell at 15c. yd. Sale Price .1.1 (c. Special Offer in Ladies' Hose Splendid (piality black Cnshmerv Muse. Seamless feet and fast color. Sizes SJ-, 0. and !)}. Worth 35c. pr. Sale Price 25c. Ladies' Vests and Drawers 40c per garment Women's Pnlon Vests and Drawers, suitable for this season. Vests have long skvves, Sizes.2, 3, and 1. Kogulni' 50c. value. Men's Stylish Overcoats, $15 A special purchase made of fine I l.ick hroudctoth villi velvet collar. Lined willi tlie best (piality Italian cloth, u neat dressing coat. Mtulo to sell at S'JO.OO Our Price $1*>.00. Men's and Boys' Heavy Caps A big range of Pull and Winter Paps mntle of fine heavy cloths and tweeds. Kur-lined ear covers. Special, Prices from .Vc. I i I Boys' Corduroy Pants, 50c per pair ( 00 pair splendid quality corduroy pants, well sown. Sizes 22 to 32. Worth 75c. pr. Suit; Pricw 50c. Men's Reefers at Bargain Prices Heavy (piality Priezo Heelers, lined with best weights corduroy, Illffh. storm cpllar, a great coat-for winter wear. Worth 8.00. H\iecinl, $0.50 i------o---gcoorntofoi 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 until 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. A LOCAL BUDGET. P. W Downer went to Maple Creek yesterday. Mrs. A. L. Poster left last night on a trip to Albright, Sask. .J, A. Moore of leavings was in the city on Monday of this week. Dr. Kdmunds of Calgary was in town yesterday on business. A. (. Low of Kdinonton s|>ent a few days in Lethbi'idgc this week on business. I Mr. and Sirs. I{. A. Wright Ipavo ! tonight to sjiend Thanksgiving Pay 1 in Calgary. | i Y. S. Shepard and Miss Shepnrd, 1 arrived in the city Irom Nelson lit', on Saturday. 1 There v ill be a prayer service held in the llaptist Tal>ernaclo, tomorrow (Thursdayj evening at S o'clock. Hev. Marl in llergh, Scandinavian Pastor. Calgary, wili be in the city on Prjdny and may stay over Sun-, dn�v. The body of T. A. Oram, whose murder nt Stanford .Montana, has caused considerable interest in Western Cnnudu where ho was well known was taken through the city last night by his wife and brother. They i are going to Prince Albert where tho ilecca:*'d formerly lived. Next Sunday Ijeing the first Sunday of the month, Hev. W'm. Heid will preach his monthly sermon to young men. His subject v ill l>e .Manliness." All young men are heartily invited to this svrviej in the The Toronto News says: Announcement has been made among friends What Fashion Demands in Jewelry can bo found here. Whatever is designed nnd manufactured in the line of JEWELRY is made a part of our stock immediately. We are especially well suppliad with Pearl Brooches and During Miss UeClure's illness, her j llaptist Tabernacle nt ".HO p.m. place on the public *tulT was taken by Miss (!. Cihhons. | W. Henderson returned Snturdny ! and relatives of the engagement of I Jjatiie6' \\ utcllCS of handsome de-:frN �����' jMlw. Jlary llagarty. daughter of Mr. | ^ ^ uuality, etc. 1 panied the remains of f ol, I'et rson. ltn,i X|rs. Ceorg,. P. llagarty and j B i V| TKNDKUS addressed to the Com There will be a Grand Holiday Dance given in the BIJOU HALL evening. Mis Li/vie \i\eiis of (!. II. Johnston's store is the latest \ ir: iin to ly 1111  i i  I. she having taken sie\ last week just as h,r s r. covering. A cardond of furniture from the factory at Cheslcy, (Int., for th>* Dallas Hotel, arrived vcstcrlny. It con sists of tin- furniture for the 2.") new" rooms on the third lloor, also twenty four solid oak ottlre chairs anil a writing table for the, reading room. The Sons of P.ngland held tbe.r .^I''.0'"! ,'.,M ^"nmf U] J'"*"*fm j accompanied' by an incepted ch-quo weekly meeting on Monday inhothnin and Miss (ii-rtie Stafford , missioner ol Doininion Lands will bo dill a thriving business in homemade; received at the Department of the In confeel ii.nery. Tea was served by lerior at Ottawa up to noon of tho the ladies to the large crowds thut lmh ,la-N ,,f December. 1007, for the attended the sale. ! purchase of the S.W.j of Section ."�, West of tho Kouith Meridian, ut an upset prico of S.'! |ier acre. Kach tender must bo evening ti-rnal visit to in the Herald Theiv was a large attendance. letters were rend KvcrV'iio on triiinmeii, the the brethren tliere. j train, even the on a chartered Hank of the Doininion in favor of the Deputy Minister were Masons. The party ()f ,h(, ,,,.,.,,,._ ,,,. Uu. fuU unlount from the Supreme Secretary and the r"Vallv (,va,UMl in M"�-'i'�'>. ,ff. red per acre In excess of the upset -ON- G, OCT. 31 Everybody Invited. Tickets $1.00, including light lunch. District Deputy. Tho Secretary vvnft directed to invite the Medicine Hat Lodge to be present at the installation ceremony on Nov. 7th. It vva� decided to elect ofllcers next Monday i evening, so a full ntumduuco is requested. Mrs. Shier of Mncleod was arrested at Coutts yesterday upon a warrant issued by her husband who came to ljethhridgc from Macleoil. At the a jolly good time and got home at to this morning Baseball for To-morrow., which will bo forfeited in tho event of the, tenderer failing to com plet . the purchase of tho land tendered for, if awarded to him. No tender by telegraph will bo entertained This sale will, lie subject to the per foriuunce of the homestead conditions Taber, the old-time rivals of Monks'! as prescribed by the Dominion Lands Savages, aiv coming to ljethbridgv. fi. KFVRS, 1 4 OUR ANNUAL HIGH-GRADE Watch Sale commencing Nov. 1st and continuing 15 days. We find we are overstoaked in hi�h-gradw Watches, and with our new Btock which will arrive shortly, the stock on hand must go ut \ off No Watches sold under $10.00 with discount. Watches carried in stock from $1.25 each to 200.00 eftch. R. R. WRIGHT Lethbridge's Greatest Jewelry Store - Phones 105 and lQfj^ Eyo Specialist in oharge of Optical Department ;