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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta -t.^j^'^'''. ''"�I'M. "^^l' Big Showing of New Fall Coats It lis with great pride that we announce the arrival of our New Fall Coats for Ladies and Children. Never before in oiii* history have we had such a variety to show you-New York, Paris and Toronto. All have^ntributed their share of novelties to help make this the greatest showing in Soutnern Alberta. A visit to our Show Rooms will cost you nothing but time, while it will b^ a real pleasure for us to show you the new styles. We know you will at least be interested in seeing what the besti dressed people will be wearing this season. Vn m wM to JnoKt than SEE OUR WINDOW FALL MILLINERY DISPLAY- We are showing a beautiful line of Ladies' Fall Hats, comprising the very latest and nobbiest New York and Paris styles, also complete assortment of Children's headwear. We cordially invite you to visit our showrooms before selecting your Hat. Mitt Dtvit, our Drcttmakcr. hat arrived from Winnipci, m4 it already proving her tupcriority in tome twcll crenliont in cotlum*. DO YOU WANT A HOMESTEAD? I am in a positiod to Bell yon 320 acres of fine wheat land and locate you upon a homestead near by. All fine land, and in tne vicinity of Black Diamond Mine. Priqe - $16,00 per acre TERMS UIVEN W. R. POBBJN Dealer in Albarta Lands and Letbbridge Properties Room I, Sontliard Block, - Pbone 122 L^THBRIDGE, ALTA. THBRIDQE Cotiservatory Of music J. GEO. HARPER. Direetor No^ is the time to take up the study of one of the STHINOED INSTRUMENTS, as we are offering special inducements to all who join our classes before September 15th Studio: Tuff's Block, City IF YOU WISH TO BUY ,WINTER WHEAT LANDS * ' -CX)N8ULT- HATCH & COONS ^ Tlie�boioettl�idf in all parts of the Letbbridge District. ]|ATCH % COONS, Oliver Block, liethbridge MMMickiag Trftatfcrred. O. U. MttcMicVing the manager of .the local branch of the Union Bank tat Canada has been transferred to the branch in North Winnipeg. His successor is J. K. Anderson at present manager at High River. During the time he has been man -ag�r here Mr. MacMicking has been ileservedly popular among the busi -ness men of the city. � Sbcially both Mr. and Mrs. MacMicking will be greatly missed ond there will be general regret at their departura. Frascr-^i~McLeay. On Saturday morning, August 31st Rev. Edward Hornc, Presbj-tcrian Minieyter ot Watford, Ont., offldatcd in the ceremony which made Miss Maud McLeay of Lethbridge and.Iosse Fraser of Lacomlie but formerly of Lethbridge, man and wife. The. ceremony which took place at the home of the bride's brother, R. C. McLeay was very simple, only the immediate relatives of the contracting parties being pmsent. The bride was given away by her brother Fred McL�ay ot Indianapolis and had no attendants. The wedding march was played by Mrs. R. C. McLcay. The bride was tastefully dressed in white embroidered voile, over silk, trimmed wMth Rose Point liScc. The happy couple visited several points ill the cn route Westi where they will make their home in Lacoml>e, Alta. HanrahM-Eekcrt. On Monday, at St. Patrick's church the marriage of T. W. Uanrahan and Mrs. Mary ]!>;kcrs was~.solemni7X!d by Rev. Father Van Tighen. Mr. and Mrs. D. .1. McCormack supported the contracting parties duning the ceiie-mony. OfUvie Body Found. A week ago Sunday Herman Ogil -vie was drowned near the pump-houee while endeavoring to got a boat oiT the island iliere. Although diligent search was made no trace of the body could be found until last Monday evening, wl>cn a boy named Cox found it in the river near Barnes mine, m.\ miles south of the city. The-R.V.W.M.P. brought the body to the city on Tuesday morning and the boy's step-fothor, W. McKenalc, of Clarosholm camo down Tuesday night and took the body homo for interment. Nearly Eleetroeutcd. On Saturday evening about 8.15 o'clock Wjllium Gear who drives a doliwry rig for E. J. Hill A Co. had a very narrow escape from death by electric wire. A wire across DufTerin Street had broken, and was hanging down close to the ground. While the wire was being repiUred, M. Freeman who was watching to warn people of the wire saw two ladies coming from the West, Mr. Gear was com -ing from the other direction from the stablesahd walked into the wire while Mr. Freeman was warning the other pArti^r*" He took the wire in one hand only, fortunately and was knocked back. As there Was a current of twenty-flve hundred volts on at the time it is a miracle he was not killed instantly. .\s it is hef' will be laid up for some time as one iarm is still powerless. Untler Dr. Tuller's cire he is progressing as favorably as possible. Another Henrtt. Last w*ek T. J. O'Brien of the Knight Sugar Co. purchased the Ray mond Chronicle when it was sold by auction. Within a day or two he sold it to J>. H. Elton, who already is the proprietor and editor of the Alberta Star (Cardston) and the Magrath Pioneer. Brother Ehton is now without doubt the most numerous ncwspa|>er proprietor in Western Canada. More Post Offieet. An application is in for a post-office at Diamond Cjty. iMnother has been sent in by C. K. 'Engen, applying for an olllcc at 18-3-19. The survicc applied for is via Iron Spring No Yenst Needed. "Flour's riz" without , the aid of /Royal or any other yeast except that the rise in wheat was used as a starter. Doth Raymond and Winni  fwg flours have risen fifty cents a barrel, twcnty-Hve cents a sack. The retail price now is $2.75 per barrel for Rnj'mond and |3.BA for Winnipeg flour. ' A LOCAL BUDGET. Mis.s Kirkham of Saltcoat.s, Sask. is in the city visiting friends. Miss L. A. Scott will hold her mil-finery opening on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, Sept. 16, 17 and 18, at her new place lof business iri the Hill Block, DuUerin St. The ladies of Lethbridge are invited to inspect the up-to-date line of millinery that Miss Scott has on display. Roland T. Kane, cabman of Lethbridge has been committed for trial on the charge of fradulently converting to his own use iforty do),lars given to him by Clara* Saunders of Lethbridge to pay over to Harry Epstein'of Calgary. Accused has been admi't;tcd to bail, his bondsjincn being Geo. Houk of Lethbridge and Frank Austin of Cardston. John R. Davis of Magrath hasljuen committed for trial by Major Belcher for trial at the next sittings of the Supremo Court for the theft of o gold watch and broach, the proiierty of Helen Howard, Kurt J. Neu-feldt, Clara Saunders and Helen Howard have lieen bound over to appear as w>tnes.scs at the trial, the first named in the sum of and $3.50 a pair. FRED COW & CO. When we speak of Diamonds, we sneak with the voice of authority. Our stock is abeolately unique in that in the almost endless range of gems we <�ny, w� ahow none bu^ perfect stones. Every Diamond that enters this atoie it first quality steel blue white Wesselton, ind the world knowa nothing finer. t Hurely ours is a sate atock from which to select a stone. Prieee are most reliable, too, A comparison will convince; you. WEDDING Pi^S^NTS 1 Wa are showing a great many beautiful articles, suitable for wed-ding presents. Call and seo our new China and handsome designa in Silverware. We are headquarters for Wadding Rings. 0JE JPWELLER I'BE PLACE WHEBE WATCH A^OBK.IS IWK|),B;i;J9')^ ;