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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 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. yn m MxA to inspect them SEE OUR WINDOW Prices ftn to 2S.flO 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. Miss Davit, our DrcM�akth-burn, Wash., that Fred Heinigor who recently left Ix'thbridge Ijccausc of failing health, died on Sept. iird. Mr. Iteinlgor was a brewer .for the lioitbbririgo nruwing and MuHing Co. and was highly thought of.^ by om-ployerii and acquaintances. Ho did not work for,two months previous to leaving Lethbrldge. Lacey .T. Patterson and L. F. Kel-logtf, of Jfarshalltown, Iowa, are in the city today. The Hornld reo richness of materials and colorings is truly magni-ficient in evcr.v way. The brown hats niv among tho very smartest of tho autumn's offerings. Also Copenhagen-blue and ocean green are tho lendlnef, colors. While some form of feather stands or droops on many of the nvodols, one of the smarto.s-t for early wear is tho "duster" effect, poa cd at tho side or again covering the, entire crown. Tho dispjay of import ed iiatteiiis was large and varied tho piUSS L. A. SCOTT. Jli.ss L. A. Scott at her millinery oiJening on ]S(onduy and Tuesday pw^ sentcd to tho Indies of LothbridRe an attractive display of fay millinory. In both pattern and modish trimmed Diamands! Wlien we speak of Diamonds, we speal' with the voice of authority. Our stock is alMolutely unique in that in the almost endless raufte of gems we carry, we show none bu*: perfect stones. Every Diainond that enters this store is first quality steel blue white Wesseltoii, 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 yon. WEDDING PRESENTS City Owns The Foad Tho Secretary-Treasurer of tho city today received from tho Department of Public Works, Edmonton, through W. C. Simmons, M.P.P.. the duplicate certiflcato of title for, tho road allowance for the portion of