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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 NEW IMPORTATIONS OF FALL DRESS GOODS Are now on the way, and some swell materials of the latest styles will be before you in a few days. Arrangements have just been made whereby MISS DAVIS, of Winnipeg, comes to take charge of our Dressmaking Department. Miss Davis has been first assistant to Miss Dysart, of Jerry Robinson & Co., Winnipeg, for the last four years, and with competent help which she is bringing should predict success^ for gown making. DO YOU WANT A HOMESTEAD ? lam in a position to sell yon 320 acres of fine wheat land and locate you upon a homestead near by. All tine land, and in tue vicinity of Black Diamond Mine. Price $16.00 per acre TERMS GIVEN W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties Room 1, Southard Block.  Phone 122 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. LETHBRIDGE Conservatory of music J. GEO. HARPER, Director Now is the time to tuke up tlie Btudy of one of the STRINGED INSTRUMENTS, as we are offering special inducements to all who join our classes before September 15th A LOCAL BUDGET. Medicine lint is having its streets ami houses numlxTiil. Mrs. McLachlan of Winning, is visiting her niece. Mrs. A. II. Stafford. llulph Smith. M. 1'.. nrvl Mrs. Smith of Xannimo. II.C. are In the city to-day. It. B. Uoyt of the l,ethl>rleen teaching a summer school at Olds In home for a few wit-ks' vocation. There are thirty-five pupils in attendance a* tho High School IV -pnrttih'iit of the city Hchools. I�r. O !. Courtice returned on Tuesday night from Maple Creek, when- ho wns visiting his brother. it. .1. Ilryun. Principal of Calgary S'oruml School was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Stafford Inst Sutur-ilny nml Sunday. He met Mrs. Hry-an and children hero on thoir return from the coast. V. If. Sherman, President of District eighteen of tho I\ M. W. of A. is in the city to-day looking for u house as he intends coming to l>'lh-hridge to reside this winter thnt he may gin- his family the education!! n'lvatitages offered liy the schools of this city. Studio: Tuff's Block, City IF YOU WISH TO BUY ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. -CONSUW- HATCH & COONS The choicest lands in all parts ef the Lethbridge District. HATCH & COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge XKXT ! Xew York. Aug. 23.-A.despatch to Tho World from Washington snys: -Hart Momsen, chief of tho agricul -tin a! division of tho Cenmis Olllcc. is in Oklahoma assisting in taking tho census. He reports unofficially: ".Ins. Miller has a cornfield*whore he mines choice popcorn. So intenso has been tho heal of the sun that the kernels huvo exploded on the coh into fluffy wihito flukes. 'When tho sun creeps up "pop, pop, |ioj>,' is heurd nil through tho corn patch. 'Miller is now eating popcorn oft tho cob. An ear of the corn tmS bo seen in a sloro window here. "HeHldes popping corn, the sun is hatching chickens out of crates of fresh egns." Mil. IIOUDKXS lM.A'lTOUM (From llie Cumillion Courier) If the |M'ople could be sure thill Mr. ilorden in in favour of nil the re -fnniwt v hlclt he uing these reforms into effect, then? can be no dotiln that Sir Wilfrid's term of power would lx> tcr � initiated �t an early date. The |>eo|>le will not Itelieve Mr. llord.'ii; they will listen with unconvinced minds. They will j;o away feeling that they have heard u strong political! s|>euk. but they will put littlu ftilih in his promises. This is not to say that Mr. llor-den's reputation for truthfulness is not ot the first order. In this re -siH'ct, the public has hud littlo if ally complaint to niukv of tho I^iuler of the Opposition. This jicculiar sit nation is simply tho result of a lack of conlVdence in political leaders, which is #litrncteristic of the Xorth American continent. Did not the Liberal Opposition, Istween IH'.U uml 18PII. udvocuto many reforms which they huvo since ulmndoned? Did not the Conservntices hu\e an opportunity, in the same |>erioU. of effecting some of these reforms, which their leader now advocates'' will any person point out. u political lender of recent times who was either able or willing to redeem nil his pie-election promises'? sTirwrcn. One sorrel nmre, five yenrs old. Weight about 12D0 pounds. liranded -2- on left thigh. Was last seen in Scott's coulee, southwest of Macleod A reward of Sl.VOO will bo paid on returning to K. II. D.VWSOX, tathhridgo. Machinery for Sale We have for sale TWO COMPLETE 32 HOR8E-POWER COMPOUND ENGINES and a complete TEN BOTTOM PLOW FOR EACH, the finest steam plowing outfit in Canada. See our work at MuSrath to prove this. Will sell one or both of thess outfits cheap We have also it 44 x GO NORTH WESTERN SEPARATOR, complete with blower, self-feeder, belts, etc., that we will sell with one of the outfits, also eight disks complete rigged to rim with engine Wo will sell one or both cheap. They can be seen at our farm, three miles north of Magrath. Call at our office for further particulars, ' We have ono 50 horso-powor largo Touring Car AUTOMOBILE, Haynes, and ono Buitk that will ho sold cheap for cash. Our lands are nearly all sold, our reason for selling. The O. W. KERR Company BOTH Fashion ted good taste demand suitable shoes foe everr occMJon. "Queen Quality" Shoes enable yo� to indulge this taste without extravagance. And with the charm of variety and correct style, they com* bine moderate price. "Queen Quality" Shoes present a shoe for every occasion, a style for every taste, a fit for every foot. We want you to sec the beautiful low cut styles we arc now showing at $3A0 and &50 a pair. FRED COW & CO. FINE CLOTHES and DIAMONDS The world may excuse a man or woman for wearing poor clothes, but not poor diamonds-and iu the donning of fine jewels the best it none too good. . Our 125,150, 975 and 9100 Solitaire Diamond Rings represent what diamond quality and values really mean, because no better diamonds or diamond value ever obtained. Diamond rings carried in stock from 915 to 9250 each. The Wrights liave five Jewelry Stores.' Lethbridge, Fernie, Medicine Hat, Prince Albert and Rostherii. Send for Catalogue-mailed free. * R. n. WRIGHT THE JEWELLER ,y ;