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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Ready with the Goods for f You �re invited to come and look through our complete stocks, and see what we can do for you in supplying you season's wants. Whether to buy or only to look, you are welcome here. Lovely Things among the Dress Goods Never before have we shown such a larf?e range of Fashionable Fubrifs for Coatnnies and Suits in shades of brown, blue, green, grtys, wine and black. Tliin again, onr pricra are right. We don't put up the price because the goods are new. If you'll look vxjuII ----- SOMETIMES UNDER. find we SELL AT CITY PRICES, Tweeds at 60c. A splendid rangc of Heavy Tweeds, just the thing for girls' school dresses, the kinds that stand hard wear. Our price is special St per yanl..........................60c. Meltons at 30 and 50c. A warm serviceable Dross Goods for little money in a good range of shades, navy, brown, green, gri-ys and bljick, and good value at the price. Per yard____i>l) and 5()c. We've piles of New Skirts, and they are selling. Some elegant Plaids, tine plain Amazons, black Panamas, and fancy Tweed Effects. The prices rnii from |3,00 to H.OO. See them, you'll say they are worth more money. Ladies' Cloth Coats We are showing a much better range of Coats than usual, and can save you money if you require one this seaton. Dark tweeds and plain cloths are goal. See the Coats we are selling at .... 10.00,14.00 and 17.00 Fur Ruffs and Muffs Last year we sold a great many small fnrs' shonid sell more this season, stocks are larger and Ijetter assorted. Then again, the people are better acquMinte, Reid from going to ^'orth Wani. However, all being well ne.vt Sunday, he will cimduct service in P. Kane's house. .All orb invited. Noil McPhec who. lias Ijoen in the city: during'the summer heft o(T work on Saturday and wont tu Coleman on Monday evening. He returns east forYhu winter but anticipates coming back to Sunny Albortu next spring. A. E3. Klrkpatrick, general manager. r 'the United Guarantoo and Accident Co. was in the city on Tuesday.^ Mr. K'irkpatrick who is the Hon of the late I..ioutcnant tiovcrnor Kirkpatrick of Ontario is an old /nicnd of J. D. Higinbotham. At"^ the close of the servioa on Sun-the stMVicn on Sun'lny evening t!ie citiiiniis of I)inii)i>nd City showed > their, appreciation of his work in a very tangible fashion when E. E. � Ral, v\^8 in tho city on Tuesday and 8|�ent a busy day renewing acquaintances with former parishioners from Lindsa.y. London, and .Montreal. Ooo. H. Murphy'of Washington, D. C, American Consul-Ciencral at largo was in the city on Monday looking over ihe affairs at tiic oflice of tlve local American Consul, C. �. Mow-man. It goes without saying that he found everything correct to date. iMfit Friday was tho 13th dn,y of .Hopt�mbor. A traveller, intent on going to Cardsiton thot morning, was At the station but when he saw the locomotive liearing its number 2!1, ho was heard to remark, "This is Friday, tho Iflth. and the engine is No. 2!!. Th^* Is too much for mo. I'll not go to Cardston this morning." and h� didn't. Miss Hegin returned on Saturday night from Coutls wliero she spent a few da.vs, Mark Halloway onedition south of Lethbridge. Ho ^reports gome plentiful.-Fernie Free I*ss. Mr. Churle Press. Mr. gnd Mrs. A. .1. Link announce tlU5 engagement of their daughter Margaret, to Ferdinand .lames Clif. ford. 'l"ho wedding will 4ake i'l�co the first week in OclolK'r. Tho wife and family of Geo. Uan-nard of the A. K. 1. Co. arrived on Tuesday night from Liverpool. Eng. They j^nve 'tukon up tlioir residence on .\rpd to Magrath and olh er points. General Su|>erintendent R. R. .lam-ioson of Calgary, Su|)orintendiint F.r-ickson of Cranbrook, and Superintendent .1. S. Ijiwrencc of Medicine Hnt wore in the city Wednesday morning. Aid. Oliver, Aid. Cunningham and City Engineer .Arnold vere in attend ancc nt the .\lherta Municipalities Convention at Sledicine Hat on Tuesday and Weflnesriay as ropreswnta-t.ves from the city of I.�thhridge. The. Trusts and Quurantcc Company, Limited, of Calgary, have been appointed Arimini.strator of the estate of the late David C. Smart, who died on August 17th lasri. at Crossfield, Aita.. leaving an estate amounting to over flO.OOO The entertainment put on at the Bijou Theatre is attracting larger crowds than ever. Standing roith his fruit line.-Cranbrook llerahi. Rnv. F. W. McKinnon, who has been preaching at Dioniond City, Barnes Minos, and Newlnnds, left on Tuesda.v niornin;? to attend the Bait-tist there durjng tho winter. Mr. McKinnon was very successful as a pronciit'! and tlrew congregations botli at Diamond (.'ity and Newlands which nvfiiiged at each place forty or fifty. .\mongst the ndnors, ho was a spivial f.avorilo. W. H. Ilohsrin, who i.s nn ardent do votTO to natural .science and has nc-quii'ed no small r.'-pulatlon as an archaeologist nntl boinni.s't, iwontl.y sent a specimen of a shrub found near Lothbridge^,to .lames Fletcher, the Dominion Government Entoniol-ogisi and n�>tanist, for idcntirication This authority gave the information that it was a rare ineml�er of tiie spinach family and was called tho Gieaso Wood (Sarcobatus vermicul-atus) and asked for a plant and plant and seeds for growth in the Botanical Gardens ut Ottawa. The City Fathers met in conclave on Monday evening, Aid. Watson lie-ing the only absentee. , C. .1. Eckstorni apiKsared before the council asking that the city shoidd VHcite a triangular piece of ground on the north side of the Athletic Grounds, and give it to tlx? Athletic Association as a site for a skating and curling rink. Tlio council left the matter over for future consideia tion. Dr. n. C. McClurc a|>paared Ijcfoiw the Council concerning the su|)eras-scBsraent on lots in Block 651 ond �"> near which no local Improvements had lieen made. The Mayor explained that the superassessment had nothing to do with local improvements of any sort, being levied solely l>e-cause land was vacant. L. M. .lohnstone, the solicitor of tlie petitioners for an early-closing by-law. asked concerning its fate. When he was informed that the bylaw had been killed he a.skcd if theiv was any possibility of bringing the matter up again. Ho liolieved that the difflculties of the pi�vious by-law could lie o\crcome. He will be notified that tho council is pnipared to reconsider the early-ciosing by-law. C. P. Kroning applied for position on tho city police force. He has boon in tho Vancouver police force for threie years. The application was referred to the policu committee. E. H. Wilson, the A. B. & L land comptroller, wrote that the Co. would grant the city tho extension of Baroness Road in return for the eit.v's property along Baroness Road ad.|oin'ing the.right of way and that portion of Raroness Road that switches ofl' to Ford St. Tlio Council replied olYerin.g the piece , niong the right, of way and a portion of tlu; diagonal road in return for the Bar; oness Road c.xtensiou. The city's idea is to i�iiiorv tljo portion next to Ford St. for aolty yanl for unloading cars from a, switch. The Fire, Water and Light ivicom-mended that a system of fuv; alarms \m) installed on the, olT.^r of tho Bel,l 'I'elephone Company at a cost of about �1.600. .lust here. .^;d. Bowman entwil a vigorous protest, against the aoticui of the chairmen of committees in bringing in exiionditureH that would he charged to capital accounts. He claimed that when nrrangvments wei-c claimed that when arningomcntsiwere made for loans from the Bank of Montreal it was for -a certain estim- ated sum, and that these items being rimg in would make tho Ir^tal c.xcoed amount arranged for. .Vt times when monc.v was scarce the city should do without things that it hiid done enough without previously. The chairmen, he explained, should make their esrtimates and stick to them and not add to them at each council meeting. \ . The cit.v engineer recommended that th� sidewalk in the North Warrl bo built along tlic south side of Heilpalli St. across Westminster Road, t'lon north to Klondyke St. across tin track. This route cost S4;i.->, Thi other route flown Ford to AsIihumH St. cost $tjJ19. The council adopted tlw recommendatifm. The. Rogers-Cunningham i uiiioer Co. got the contract for lumber fo line to tho Isolation Hospital. The engineer advised that tlie cost of putting a sewer up Redpath St. woidd be $807. The coum^il ecial mooting of the council will be held early next week to consi der the submitting of the dolienture to the people. The fol,lowing accounts were ordered paid: Wm. Taylor ...... ...................S 11.52 Xorth West .lobbing & Com mission Co................ Rolit. Sage ................... L�th. Iron Works ............ Can. General E'ectric Co. . Robt. Sage .................... Herald Printing Co........ Western Stntioner.v Co..... rej-olvcdt: SPOTS fRownboR old CtdriHCSj BUT WHO WANTS 15IXJOK UkE A 5'HABbY C�WTtEL7Y0U.Da5 1 ':r, 'j\�-i 1. 1.25 Second Consignment of Underskiirts SOME POINTERS Stocking Net with Moriette Flounce Silk Warp with Silk Flounce ASSORTED COLORS ami BLACK MOREEN at ' G. H. Johnston's C. Harding....................... 'tO.',"''. W. .1. Phair ..................... 1.00 Western Transfer Co.......... .5.00 The charge for water to O. F, Hopkins to deliver water to those j who have not waterworks connection was i'cduced from S50 to $25 a month. The school authorities will be asked to resume fire drill at the schools City Enginoar C. M. Arnold was appointed a delegate to the- Convention of tlio Union of Alliorta Munioi-paliit.ies held in ^fedicinc Hat on Tues day and Wednesday, Mayor tho delegate previousl.v appointed, was unahfe to attend. Aid-Oliver and Cunningham were tho other delc.gates appointed. Rev. .1. S. Chivcrs was awarded the prize for the design for the city's coat of arms. Two dosigim vere submitted. The one most favored by the council hod for its central figuiv a circio with "The City of Ijethbridge 1890-1007" in tho outer circle. The in'terior was divided into thiv�o pnrt.f wftli n s'toor. a miner's pick, and a shoaf of grain in them. Abo^'e the cir^-lo was o., royal crown. Below os a scone representing the irrigation head-gat(-s. fields, railroad track, tho river, and Diamond Cit.v on the other side. Tn the distance were tho mountains and the pass. Ik'low was a streamer bearing (ho worils "\il Occasionis .Tanunni," which in ordinary language means ".\t the Oateway of Opportunity." The other flesign is a sluield flivided into five sections showing a grain field, a train, a steioi-, a sheaf of grain, an�l the miner's pick. On cither sid(! a miner and a fiirinor are j-Ntanding. .\bove is the ro.\al crown and below the same motto. Tho designs submitted by St. Al-o.vsius Convi-ni and tlie a.ssistant .secretary treasurer of tho city rocived special attention. Aid. Bowman's i generous ofl'or � brought fiu'tli many clever designs and as a re�uit of th# Gom(>otition tho O. W. KERR CO. hav& opeiic'd oflices in the Oliver Block. - Room 3 Headquarters Springand Winter Wheat Lands Come anil see the famous Magrath land, now on the market;; We have also a few choice sections in Warner (.listrict. T. S. McKENZIE, Local Manager. All the latest Novelties in TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATSl Are now on display Children's wear a specialty. L. & J. McLEAY Redpath Street. city arms tion. will coirecl havo u coat of in (li'sign luul siigKOs- FOI! SALi; OU'.MMt. .Any pjiil of .Sec. 2, Town 5. Hnn/;e l.S, on terms aiid iil cut price. 'I'lijs land is iri'o fi'oiii rociis and is level (.ioixl pniss anil iis it is near New Dayton, wliero land is selling ivl. much liiKlior prices, il is a choice buy (.'() and See il; llieii make me an oiler A. I!, llai-mitn, IMO'J Hinto Ave, J!)-2�-.'l-10 Spokane, Wash. BOHX PA mi V-On Saturday, Seirtember 14. ti) the wife of 11. JI. Perry, chie/ of police, a son, G'UAHAM-On Monday, September Kitli. to Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. (Jra-hani. H daughter. ^IIN'AUU'S DIS'll^MPFK. IvimMKNT CURKS FOB SALE. For Sale-A correspondence courw in good school. . Owner unabU to go on with it. Apply toHox O. Btf* �ld office. .1 tit/ \ ;