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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letlitiridge Miiy HeftJd, Friday, September 23, 1910. THE QUALITY STORE Complete Showing of Fall Goods NOW THE SUBJECT of interest; Where to biiy Fall Goods? Why at the Hudson's Bay. Company. There you rvill receive full 'value for your money. We renew our invitation to you aiid your attend- ance will be considered a marked compliment to our efforts. Dry Goods Wear .Blankets and -Hudson's Bay point. Blankets, made. Trappers and hunters of1 north, .travellers by canoe.-or dog train, all insist on having the point blanket. Guaranteed' Jor quality. ..3 1-2.point pair.' Whitney" Blankets-'-are, re- cognized as" in" hold it "is the est blanket that can' be pro- cured, absolutely pure- and choice, piak and blue bord- ers, 33.50, and per pair.. Misses' Coats of all wool imported tweed, made in semi fitting style -with standing collar, body and sleeves lin- ed with mercerized sateen; fastens large buttons; sizes -14, 16 and IS1 coiors navy, green, brovrn and grey; prices and j; 'Scarlet wool, fast colors, 40c.per yard.. V Grey Union, unshrinkable, 25c, 35c and 50c per. yard.-; ;''.s 'Flannelette, English and. Canadian makes, including-. Horrock's in plain colors and. -20c per yard. 'i-'- Ceylon Flannel in stripes, suitable for men's shirts, ladies' blouses and children's' '.wear, 27 ;inches 'Wide, ,4Gc per-yard. Skirts of all Wool Panama, inad'e "witli nine gores, fitted fiip', yoke effect with deep kilt -pleated flounce, in colors grey, brown, green and navy, Price All. Wool. French Skirts made; in best' quality dressy and beautifully with stitched taffeta silk bands. Prices from to Eiderdown Dressing Gown "made of Eiderdown flannel, turn back" collar' facing in iront of self colored silk cord girdle, colors cardinal, grey, mauve and, red. .P.rices and Dressing in Eiderdown and blanket cloth, made -in fitted sleeves, prettily' trimmed with buttonhole stitching; fastening- with cord and barrel buttons. ,Pjices{ Special value in White Linerr and Turkish -Towels and Towellings. ,-Special Wool .-.extra" "large coVered; with. French. Art Sateen, well filled, with., pure white wool, Linen Tablecloths and Ta- :ble Napkins; made-expressly, Bay "Go. :di- rect.'from Ireland. 'I'. .Fancy o'clock thand broidered in :all newest de- sign, 40 and 45 inches. Brabroidered Doylies, and Centers, all Hand work, Bur- of--patterns-and all "sizes- Ladies' ".Coats', in a great leading styles colors and cloths. Prices. 112.50. to Ladies' .Plush The latest novelties this -sea.- ison, made with military, also shawl collar., ef f-eots -and Jin- -ed-throughout with best-satiB Prices .Ladies' in_ all: and lined; from.35c. garment, to I- Girl's of im- pprted, strip-- from -4 -to prices to S9.00. HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT '_ i. We carry the largest jsiockrof Linoleums and Carpets in Southern Alberta and it will pay you u before you buy elsewhere. We have; af competent for" measuring and laying linoleums and carpets, etc. CARPETS Finest Wilton Carpet in a good -range of colorings and patterns in sizes 9x9; 9x106; to Best English Brussels Squares in rich col- orings. This -carpet will give the maximum of wear. S35.OO SPECIAL One only Hand Tufted Ixhor- assanjlug, size 9x10.6" Regular for Two only Khorassan Rugs, 36 for LINOLEUMS Nairn's 'Scotch Inlaid Lino with, pattern through to back in Floral and "Tile patterns. Will 'Wear -for years. t Froin 02c to 1 .25 sq. yd. Finest Printed Lino, 2 and 4 yards wide. From 50c to 75c per square yard. .Oil Cloth, 2 yards wide. 6Sc per running yard. We carry a complete line of Window Shades, Curtain Poles, etc. Men's Furnishings Shoe Department Our Boys' Clothing for fall wear is made with the pres- ent "style bloomer pants and all composed of a fine range of fancy worsteds and tweeds suitable for-fall wear. Prices from MEN'S CLOTHING With a taste of neatness and.designs as shown only in custom made we have these made up in ready to wear garments at .prices which cannot equalled. Prices to We are offering better val- ues than ever in shoes for fall wear. Our leaders for men are. The Slater, McPherson. The Amherst and The Hud- son's Bay Special Fi-twell brands; working shoes from per pair, all guaranteed. I Not forgetting the ladies, we offer you such high grade makes as the Hurt, Silkid Empress. I. T., Bell and numerous others. We carry good strong every day shoes from per pair. See Special Saturday bargains in-Men's' Furnishings and Shoe Deparments Saturday Special I Saturday Special Boys', strong school shoes, sizes 11 to 5, special for Saturday only, per pair Saturday Special Girl's and Misses' Dongola laced shoes, patent tip, also in Box Calf '.and Pebble -lea- ther, spring- .heel or leather heel; sizes 8 to 2, special for Saturday only per pair. MEN'S HEAVY GRAIN hide shoes, "no toecap. a good working shoe; also miner's shoes, only a few pairs left. Special for only. per Saturday Special Women's Vici Kid button or laced shoes, Balmoral or 'Blucher cut; special for Sat- urday only J: Herron, M. P. and Dr. M.L.A-v the by Ker. D. chureli. town council by C. Kettlers, the lair by D. Thomson, frMernitjr.-byiJ. Dr. ,Gillesp-ie. addrwsed by The _ Dr. Wright, Ai-ID. Ifc art, R. Henderson iail >V. A. Ross. Interspersed addresses, of an Of Tort Writer Ov.r Geographical .Nowiejt and Favortd following Is taken George as it ii today, and prospectB for the near the Colbniist .which were elevating character, chiefly dtnroteo to t-hev pupils, of the school; num- bers b! a firsf us the cessful 'scholars bT McLeod woa ike Ethel son captured tie no part of Vbl'it eritably become in order. Two sol- os -were given by chor quartette four of the young lad' yv pupils orchestra Wasl alto aiid some Very- choice selections. T det their aii exhibition rifle1 drill' made a good; j tfcat line." in 7 Mabel to 'MurJel An- iaem close at a prettri Walter Jfstiwibn the two tho hold-up 'committed for trial -by Belcher this 'fore-' noon; Mr. Emery, formerly of succeeds as manager of the The deafc oS- Charles; Herbert -Mill- er, aged 17 years; occurred here at an, early.hour this morning, brief illness.. Death jwas.; dus to typhoid iever. r V iell liere 'yesterday aiternoon. and through the the-sun is boss tbe nooa today. _" cause pi no wonder that "On to is.'at of an For it.aitd pregnant-with the lines; the yanfut settlement sion of tie v croakers of'.tidrcf other country ine speculative realty. aeilYity.-- BANK CLEARINGS: action was for- balance of threshing bill-. Defendant disputed certain items' of the bill and particu- larly, one for threshing rye ; ?12.50 an Plaintiff did not thresh, all defendant's- grain but pull- out and :threshed others having- made a defendant alleg- to come iback in a -week and fin- .sh. Defendant had to employ another thresher and -pu't-in a ciiim for J200 on account of hiii having been pre- sented from fall plowing, in name of aamages. Bank Clearings ..c' 23, Mon-treal Toronto Winnipeg'...... 10.-18M04' j the country; at sue] -ro-ggij. -As heart .and -centre Sept- 23, llth? sreatest; mixed fanning f90S entire and satiable Tor fanalnk sni, L..--T Ottawa they: .say -with is grow iiUbgtftntially, erttly and. Halifax Hamilton St. John Victoria London rapidity at most -will see- th Indian- reserre; that- has L been acquired by the G. T.-.P. Edmonton Regina Brandon Lethbridge THRESHING RESULTS AT EZPERIMENTAL FARM Brandon, of coarse grains at .the .experimentiil farm -was tinishad on. ing, and the the work that this season has been one the verdict for -the in hittory lor coarse yields' of the different Tarieties of oats and. Parley did not vary much. The average yields of tbe several plots of these grains are as follows: Oats 36 bushels to; the acre; barley 35 bushels to -the acre. The sole cause of light- yields is- tbe ver? dry and unfavorable weather through- put the season. or Ms full ciaim less a'bout S4.00 of the counterclaim the Jud-se said that he defendant had not shown any damage or that he Tras prevented from JO'Vving .by in threshing hrough having to employ anotlisr nresaer a.fcer'plaintiff pulled out of his place. Plaintiff got costs. C. F. HARRIS REINSTATED Suspension Lifted by f he Sup- reme Court En Bane Edmonton. Sept. in: January' last practising as a i barrister in Alberta, C. F. Harris, of Lethbridge, vas yesterday reinstated to the'ranks-of the legal profession by the supreme court en bans. Set- tlement was made by Mr. Harris ot a claim of the Cardston Mercantile Cn the satisfaction of the judges and on the payment by him o! the costs of ths La-f society in the proeeeuings the' supreme court, the suspen- sion'will be.lifted at the end o.f the present sittings. Mr. Harris was represented in his application for re- instatement by McCaul, K.C., tiie Fort. George townsite. adjoining and which the. Natural 'Ke- sources Security Co., Hitsr.'J baee of activities, South -Forst George other nelghb' 'aft- ditions, as absolutely able are the states Indeed, aet'ta optimism, i ture the -that fire form now Trill all day townsltes shorn of their diriduality by absorption, in: the new HOT CHASE AFTER TIIFIPO IHHrS lliLiHJ and the Law "Society was hv. C. -A.-.Grant. represent- BURNED TO DEATH Greenwich; Conn.. Sept. Christopher, a porter, was 'burned to death an-g Sarah Stewart, nnotber Brandon. Man., Sept. Advices from Oak Lake at eleven o'clock, to- day stale that there .'.is a-strong feel- ing that the two metnbsrs of the sang of robbers "who" e'scaped' from fee posse which gave a .chase on Tuesday night word was rsceivc-d at Oait Lake that one ot. the had- been "seen five, miles town. At four o'clock this morning tiie resi- dents organized two parties left in automobile while about City of Fort George, while other Wb-] divisions yet unborn will nave ceeded them as the suourban of the interior metroDoas." y- We are the sole agents of D.H 932; rhe closest property to the Grand Trunk proposed station ever offered the public. This is business vest, in real estate in, a growing katy7- and will be worth tea. times what now pay for it by the time tiie" GrandV Trunlx reaches Fort George. You will.: never get rich working for wages., 'in-- That's the way .to attain, Prices of this first class perty are ?S25 and -Small-- cash payment, balance payable "withr L 'I out interest. Information- cheerfujly-i given by tbe V- Fort George Land Co. twenty mounted accompanied them lowards the district where the desperadoes were supposed to be. At eight o'clock this mo'rning word .received at Oak. Lake tha-t two "men were observed moving about in sand lulls west of town to'which they ned on Tuesday. The residents who are out are well armed because they an- ticipate the two men they are after are desperate characters and will not surrender without a fight. Their pur- robbers if there is a possibility of doing so they are confident they wm-, succeeo. Penh citizens want a provincial Audit of i.he town's A OB. itiontovhSi effect was circ'ulalwl, and early today, vrluci, desl roved the the mjmhw of ,v. annex, the Blma Horel. j ,.im, was Calgary Alberta Or by Exclusive Lethbridge Alberta ;