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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta fc. ttcS The Dally Herald; Tlinrsilay, September 1.1910. EDITORIAL To-morrow the women of Lethbridge and vicinity will be able to view with interest our showing of new fall goods. We know that many of our patrons are anxiously awaiting this announcement, knowing full well that our stock will be one of the newest and most up-to-date of any shown in this Western Country. We have experienced buyers who go to all parts of the world in search of goods to satis- fy your wants. Thus armed we can hold our own and defy competition. J "The Quality cannot" "equals the'; Hud ffivs in Tfiat; -is' an .undisputed tctr Qiir speTienc'ed men-it to Shoe Department .Te j biijaii tKat'TFe- are enabled way "below- OUT A .visit; to ur epartztt-enf is sure -to be of in- TVe AYOulcl call special attention to-our in Eall Shoes. These Aave .been carefully bought with a-view to being suitable both to the wearer and the nature of the country. School Shoes for boys and girkhave been made a special object of we can safelv say that we carry the largest and most suitable line of school-shoes that it is possible to. obtain anywhere. COSY-felt slippers :for house wear in all newest designs for Men, Wo- men or Children. of Dry Goods one of th'e many cloths that are always in style; a nice smooth finish and can be washed without injuring; shades of navy, brown, pink, -sky, .cream, black; etc. Per yard 40 inches wide. SHEPHERD s Is another of those cloths that are always-worn on account of its smart. appearance and splendid serviceable qualities; fine even finish 'with clear black: check. 42 inches wide. Per yard Q A very serviceable cloth and has good wearing qualities Ser-es ..are neat and popular for tailored costumes; in black, navy and red wide. Per yard UO REAL- SCOTCH TARTAN Made from pure wool, and can be given the hardest wear. The .loUowing plaids are stocked: Forbes. Royal Stewart, Gordon Blackwatch. 42 inches wide. Per yard WHITE. WOOL Full size, with pink or blue border, bound with "wool. Size OT pair _........._..'........................... FINE WHITE SAXONY punties. expressly for tie Hudson's Bav Co e- fiS'x'SO. Pernair-............... 'SS f, We have a reputation right through our many branches, for Men's Furnishings. _ That reputation is be surpassed. We wish to -hold" on to that when you come to examine our diiplay Jj'urnishings, you will justify our reputation....... We have a complete .-classes of Hen's wear.; 0 ur boys department. LADIES' FALL COATS thi of all wool tweeds in assortment of colors; fastening down left tUons; military collar; Jiaed 'to waist -with satin. and Prices LADIES' of all wool Cheviot'in'doubie'" breasted' semi-fit mmmed .-with velvet and large buttons, in'Tiavy and black. fi 4 JrTlces lOnOu o of.alLwool beaver cloth; military to waist -line: 2S lined throughout. 02 inch lengtb in navy, green and black 1 -9 I-A LADIES'SKIRTS f of all wool diagonal serges; nine gored'Voke' nounce yoke forming new overskirt effect. In. naw, gray black and.garnet. Prices House Furnishings and whidi are right up to date. "Carpets, carpet cork all the aatk at pces TfJiicii will make you buy. Crockery ;evfry; deserip Quality i high, collar; kilted of strappings in clusters of four. VOiLEsKmts-MadenoversMr effe f strappings of taffeta HEAVY GRAY VVAQLCENrBCANKETS-Made from strong yarns an wvta blue border; Prom, woven, striped flannelette in and dark cdlors-of'piakjand blue. Strong'and well -an V Wy finisiied.clotlis. Per. yard....................... G, C. "lo'C, had-such ciioose 8 of down sateen'in a splendid; range''I and-colorings m'-cninson, rose, sky, green-'and'gold-. e J j Kilt OF newest'fabrics. Prices range from all tie leading styles and colors in all the ____COATS OF MISSES' Tweeds, weave' Prices and spuns; copen- LSD Ladies lengths and. sizes Tlhat-.company's si. un tO f SC" new port ia Southwest their mails land- rus-Qed: through to-London ov- Western Railway This to the metropolis. in west in all PRICES TO SUIT ALL ne wes ijot over, ail Ir a- >k Is Rather Jealous fiorcover, n js i j n i ip I1858 trom America, who were acciK- ..Amenca aaa beeks To i Wllt not ooiher re-tracing their, steps r, -m soias'to in the next ;t Log.'31.-It is a thousand j more' Canadian tourists do have TSt- iot'-include Ireland in-their, itinerary, terror one questions whether not full of cities1 round which 1 teevrwill.accomplish their purpose in the- story, the-, struggles j The -time of occaTi- pas- :_appearance of prosperity. The housand Irishmen are resident doubt I tner Ireland's population will ever five exceed its present'figure, are: less.some undiscovered Iv taR-to with ndus, in. sunDrcss-1 shilling and six pence or- iess the country m will cross tne Tnsn Sea with his so- ciety and save England. He natural- with pride to the unpraji'- reports of newspapers that gone gen- in I .-possesses many points i iasscfeating historical interest, for London has to no and thn Great Western's FisRguard'will land.anv de- it-s urai. are quaint with) to visit Ireland -jn and a-simple peas-! .ntry, wjhose wit has become prover- spots -compare avorably. with any part of Europe. At- less than in. suppress- ing a twinkle when it is suggested that his Irish-poverty: is better than ais visitor's 5 Canadian wealth. Brcoire-Xationalists A Canadian Jis rather surprised to tart-oases of These so-called incc-iarmers inrning Katie But it must be remembered tries. A-t. present is in no condition to than ,-tTOty dollars a year. By pro-1 properly sustain a population Aiding the..poorer classes with homes i-eight they may call their own and a it is hoped they will be per- suaded to stay in the country, for. By pro-1 sustain a millions, such as it possessed i plot great famine. Just- now' New South Wales is making a bid for Irish domestics and farm labor- "L T T ,7 i itjii 111 i- TO na'.e a relative, m ako. Every member-oi-the societv I e are comc hwt r-he j so started takes a.vow to secure an-" principalliy be-! other as well as to abstain from li- member or a family, i QUor. The movement -swept over- the SL Sood north of'Ireland like magic. Scores That': s a bit of brightness coming -through the smoke- there. of of injuries-received from a moviag-maehiae. The .body of Harry S. North Bay a supposed suicide, was ashore on Lake Niplssing. Russia is considering putting iron on the free list, to-relieve: the ex- istmg farnkie. Wm. Bleecker oldest Belleville and a'grandson settler here, is.deid at the age of 87. The body of the, man found -floating in Belleville 'harbor was Ferguson of Hastings. they usually do verv well Larse arc pass- ira'tc "ft ing-into of tee tenants.' matod that a, ack ot business. The Presbyterian eim- minister who besan the work 'has for- ;