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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Big Showing of New Fall Coats It is with great pride that we announce the arrival of our New Fall Coats for Ladies and Children. Never before in our history have we had such a variety to show you-New York, Paris and Toronto. All have contributed 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 be a real pleasure for us to show you the new styles. We know you will at least be interested in seeing what the best-dressed people will be wearing this season. Yon are initial to inspect them SEE OUR WINDOW Prices SG.08 to 25.00 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 Davit, our, hat arrived from Winnipeg, aad it already proving her superiority in tome swell creations in coetuae. DO YOU WANT A HOMESTEAD? 1 am in a position to sell 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. Price - $16.00 per acre TERMS UIVEN W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lcthbridgo Properties Room 1, Southard Block,  Phone 122 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. MtcMiclting Transferred. (). I'. MnrMicking thu maniiKcr of -tin1 local Itruiu'h of the luloii Hunk of Canada tins lieen transferred to tliu branch in North Winni|k>ff. Mis successor Is .1. ]{. Antiunion at pros-�'iit manager at Ilitfh River. During the time he hns l>oon innn  agcr hero Mr. MarMickinff has Ixvn deservedly popular nmonK the bust -iu'hs men (if the city. Sociully lioth .Mr. unci Mrs. MacMickinK will be greatly ttiissvd nml there will lie general regret nt their departure. H BRIDGE Conservatory of music J. GEO. HARPER, Director Now is the time to take up the Btudy of one of the STRINGED INSTRUMENTS, us we are otrer'ing special inducements to all who join our classes before September 15th Fraaer---McLeay. (In Saturduy momitiK, August 31st Rev. Kdwnrd Uornc, Presbyterian MlnlMer of Watford. Out., oulciutcd in the ceremony which made Miss Maud McLcny of I^thhridKo and.Iossv Frnsor of Lucomho hut formerly �if l^c found until last Monday evening, wlion a boy named Cox found it in the rivor near Barnes mine, nix miles south of tho city. Tho H.N.W.M.V. brought tho body to thp cily on Tuesday morning and tlio boy's Ntep-futhor, W. McKonxlo, of Oliiiosholin cumo down Tuesduy night and took tho body homo for interment. eg Hours have risen fifty cents a barrel, twenty-five cents a snck. Tho retail price now is $2.7.r for W'inni|>og Hour. A LOCAL BUDGET. Miss Kirkhnm of Suitronts, Sask. is in the city visiting friends. MInh U. A. Scott will hold her millinery o|k�ning on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, Sept. in. 17 and 18, ut Iiit new place (of business in the Hill lllock. LiuITerin St. The ladies of I.othbridKe are invited to ins|iect the u|>-to-dato lino of millinery that Miss Scott has on display. Itolund T. Kane, rabmun of I^eth-bridge hits Invn committed for trial on the churgo of frudulently converting to his own use Surly dollars given to him by Clara* Saunders of lethbridge to pay over to Harry Kp-stein of Calgary. Accused has lM>n admitted to bail, his hoiuhuuen being Ceo. llouk of Lethbridge und Frank Austin of Curdston. John II. Davis of Mngruth haslsten committ.'d for trial by Major llelcher for trial at the next sittings of the Supreme Court for the theft of a gold watch and broach, the projierty of Helen Howard, Kurt .1. N'eti-feldt, Clnrn Saunders nnd Helen Howard have lieen bound over to appear as witnesses at tho trial, tho first named in tho sum of iflOdO and the two latter in the sum of $.100 each. Raymond Pottmattertkip. Postmaster Ki'rkham of Raymond has handed in his resignation to take effect at the end of this month und Chnrles l�. Fox luis been recommended by thu business men of Raymond as his successor. Wheat Prices. Wheat commands a price toila.vthat muki>h farming profitable, No. 1 Northern today is worth eijjhty cents nt Lothbridge, -No. 2 Vorthern, sevonty seven cents nnd No. i! Northern seventy-five c<�nts. MILLINERY OPENING -will bo held on- Monday, Sept. 16, and on 17 and 18 Next door to Bijou theatre, in Hill's new block. An up-to-duto line of Pattern und Street Hatg will be exhibited. All orders will be promptly filled by Miss Hill, Into of Boston und New York. All are cordially invited to visit tho Millinery Department for inspection. W. H. Scott, Proprietor. L. A. Scott, Manager. BOTH Fashion and good teste demand suitable shoes fat every occasion. "Queen Quality" Shoei enable you to indulge this taste without extravagance. And, with the charm of variety and correct style, they combine moderate price. "Queen Quality'* Shoes present a shoe for every occasion, a style for every taste, a fit for every foot. Vc want you to sec the beautiful low cut styles we are now showing at $340 and $&50 a pair. FRED COW & CO. Diamonds! When we speak of Diamonds, we apeak with tho voice of authority. Oar stock is absolutely unique in that in the almost endless range of gems we carry, we show none but perfect atones. Every Diamond that enters this store ia first quality steel blue white Weasel ton, and the world knows nothing finer. Surely ours is a safe stock from which to select a stone. Prices are most reliable, too. A comparison will convince you. WEDDING PRESENTS We are showing a great many beautiful articles, suitable for wedding presents. Call and see our new China and handsome designs in Silverware. We are headquarters for Wedding Rings. R. THE JEWELLER THE PLACE WHERE WATCH WORK IS DONE RIGHlJP ;