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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. You are invited to inspect them SEE OUR WINDOW Prices $6.00 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 Dressmaker, hat arrived from Winnipeg, and is already proving her superiority in some swell creations in costume. A LOCAL BUDGET. 1 DO YOU WANT A HOMESTEAD? 1 am in a position to sell you 320 acres of fine wheat land and locate you upon a homestead near l>y. All tine land, and in tins vicinity of Black Diamond Mine. Price - $16.00 per acre TERMS UIYEX W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lancia and Lethbridgo Properties Room 1, Southard Block. - Phono 122 LETHBRLDGE, ALTA. FOR SALE THAT WELL-FINISHED AND PLEASANTLY LOCATED COTTAGE Owned and occupied by DR. GALBRAITH, And containing eight rooms and bath, furnace and other modem conveniences. Stable may or may not be taken by purchaser. Apply to Owner. PRESERVING FRUITS -AND- HOME-MADE TAFFIES Take Over New Coal Chute. Yesterday C.P.H. engineer Brooks of Calgary took over the new coal chute huilt (or the company by the Otto Oas Engine Works of Chicago. Tho chute was working all flay yesterday for tho first lime since Borne of the mui'hlnery was broken Home time ugo. The engine hoisted coal at tho rate of forty tons an hour when cunt with drop-bottoms wore used. Tho engines wore loadeti In two minutes. Ji. Langoll of the Otto (las Engine Work� will bo In charge for thirty days until tho CP. K. secure a competent engineer. .1. P. Hamilton anil W. Young went to Tuber last night. D. McMillan, superintendent of ('. K'.n. topograph is in tho city today French Joe wns in the city from Tabor this �nre tasty and true to the latest styles. The styles this fall niv extreme, both large and small hats being much in evidence. The trimming also covers u large range both as In color and design. Many of Miss Scott.'s efforts showed | success in striking the happy medium f in the sty.'es, shapes ami colors. Millinery Openings. -AL80- Best of Chocolates in Box or Bulk - AT- KEAN'S Opposite P.O. 'Phone 98 Engineer Injured. On Sunday night as ho was leaving tho C.P.H. round-house after hav ing Juwt returnod from Maclcoil, Engineer Maurice Thomas fell i��tb tlve ush pit. Tha pit is less than four fec.t deep but. the unfortunate man �fell across one of I lie stiel iT�stt-bttrB causing very serious internal 'injuries ile was tuken to the Arlington Hotel ami Dr. Campbell was called. At first there was apparently no hope for his recovery but during tho Inst thirty-six hours he soems to have improved considerably und novf has a chance of pulling through. It is unfortunate that �o lights have been placed near tho ash pit as it is dangerous especially on such dark nights us Sunday last, MISSES 1.. AND J. MCLEAY It goes without saying that much interest and enthusiasm was aroused over the first autumn showing of mil linery by the Misses Mcl.eny. Their s-ive millinery is too well known to reputation for high class and exclu-be commented on. This season's showing eclipses all past records, not only in millinery staples and novelties, but also in the display of felt Mr. Hcntley was the founder of the  hat shapes, which are of very hand' lie at ley Co. and was at one time I some quality and bright finish, nnd mayor of tho town. of so infinite and varied shapes that K. 1J. Kylands, manager of the Hud; UtcruUy everything "new" is credit- son's Day Co. received a wire yester day from Winning saying that Hour hail advanced another twenty cents per barrel, making soventy cents with In tho Inst ten duys. Arthur lloiinott, of Calgary, secretary of the, AllK-rta Football Association was in the city yesterday. Mr. uud Mrs. llennett donated nn exceedingly handsome und very valuable shield as the football championship trophy for tho province. Word has been revolved from lint libit rn, Wush., that Fred Hoiniger who recently loft Lethbridgo because of fulling health, died on Sept. Did. �Mr. Iteiuiger was a brewer--for the Lethbridgo lire wing und Malting Co. and was highly thought of by employers and acquaintances. He did not work for two mouths previous to leuving Lethbridgo. ably exploited. The richness of materials and colorings is truly magni-(lcient in every way. The brown hats ait! among the very sumrlent nf tho autumn's offerings. Also Copenhu-gen-lilue and ocean green nro tho leading colors. While soma form of feather stands or droops on many of the models, one of the smartest for early weur is the "duster" effect, pos ed at the side or again covering the enliiv crown. The dispjny of import ed patterns was large and varied the prevailing style being worn back olT the face. MISS 1.. A. SCOTT. Miss I.. A. ScuH at her millinery o|iening on Monday und Tuesduy pro-son led to the Indies of Lethbridgo an attractive display of fay millinery. In both pattern and modish trimmed Royal Collieries' Big Plans. NICE PKESIDEXT G ALE It TALKS or EXTEXSIVF. OPEUATIONS II. X. Ciuler, of Coleman, Alta.J vice-president, of the International Coal & Coke Company of Lundbreck, who in company with A. C. Flume-felt and others recently purchased th,� Barnes mine, wus fn the city yesterday in connection with Hnyul Collieries Limited as the company that has purchased the ltarnes mine and seven thousand acres adjoining is to lie called. In s|k>aking of this pro|>erty Mi'. Outer said that it is the best proposition that he and his associates have yet undertaken and when operated on such a large scule as they contemplute will be prolltablo. .Just now they are producing about forty tons a day. Tho company, however, is now putting in a bore hole to locate the liest portion for the permanent shaft and operating plant Tho scum, Mr. O'uler dec lures is the same as that of the Alberta Itailwoy & irrigation Company's that produces the famous Oalt coal. The scam is four and a hulf feet thick and is of the best domestic coal. All along the river banks the coal crops out, so that they uro sure of a large coal area. The development work will be push ed rapidly. A spur lino about five miles long to connect with tho IV. P. 11. near Lethbridgo has been surveyed. The money derived from a sule of a small block of tronsury stock of the Hoyul Collieries Limited, will be used in developing tho mine and putting in an A 1 plant. Inside of a year, Mr. (later expects tho mine to lie a heavy producer. He bolieves that with tho prairie pro vinoes and eastern British Columbia as well ns Montana, Jcluho, and Washington States to supply with fuel, the demand for a high class domestic coal, is unlimited. Diamonds! When wo speak of Diamonds, we speak with the voice of authority. Our stock is absolutely unique in that in thu almost endless range of Roma we carry, we show none bu', perfect stones. Every Diamond that enters this store is first quality steel blue white Wusselton, and the world knows nothing finer. Surely ours is a safe stock from which to select a stone. Prices arc most reliable, too. A comparison will convince you. WEDDING PRESENTS City Owns The Road The Secretary-Treasurer of tho city today received from the Department of Public Wo'rUs, Edmonton, through W. C. Simmons, M.P.P., the duplicate certificate of title lor tho road allowance for the portion of tho Mac-leod road that is inside tho city limits. We nre showing a great many beautiful articles, suitable for w' ding presents. Call and see our new China and hundspme designs Silverware. We are headquarters for Wedding Rings.' R. K. WRIGHT THE JEWELLER THE PLACE WHERE WATCH WORK IS DONE RIG^T ;