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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ytr^^-^'rm �legs �r7|-.r. 'ft -SEASONABLE STOftE NEWS^ A Superb Showing of New Fall Goods at Moderate Prices. ^1 Site Lovely Eiderdown Comforters lA^^BpIendUl showing, filled with yery finest down and covered with kiheJiMt'iiri isateenB and satins, full siice, special from____$(> to $19 New Wool Delaines , Joist tli9 goods yoa are looking.for for your new Fall Blouse. A : big assortment to choose from in stripes, plaids and floral designs. .Fine soft finish, 27 in. wide, sold e^^rywhere at OOo per yard, onr price. SOc. Ladies' Dress Skirts Imported direct from the makers. Our {showing of skirts is certainly the best ever. HO differant styles to choose from in a large variety of dress materials. Onr skirts- fit and hang well and are right up to the minute in stylo..........Prices from 3.50 to 12.00 Ladies' Golf Jackets Be sure and see our showing of Golf Vests before buying elsewhere. We think we can please you as to style and colors, as our stock is very complete..................Prices from 2.26 to 2.75 3 SreClAL OFFEM IN STAPIIS White Wool Blankets, $4.25 pair Splendid quality and e.\tm large size, fall 7 )bj. in weight. Very soft finish. Regular $5 value--------.......... Boys' 2-piece Suits,:$2i50 The brgeat stock of boys' Suits in the city to choose from, in light v v and dark Tweeds, and made to stand ham- usage. Sisseac 1 ronr, 22:> to :{3. Special prices.............................from 2;50 up; , Boys' 3-piece Suits, $4.o6 In light and dark Tweeds. Right up-to-date in erefy particular,- k and made froni imported Tweeds, sizes 28 to 3B. Prices from 4,10^ Boys' Corduroy Pants, 60c. pair 75 pairs splendid quality English Coidnroy knee pants, wellsewn,. 22 to H2, easily worth *.K)o pair.... v.. . .'Our pricj,, fMJb pair , Men's Wool Underwear, 2.75 Suit Penman's fine elastic ribbed Underwear, the proper. garments for ..: fit. comfort and quality, warrantetl � unshrinkable, all ^ sizes,' worth 3.50 suit...............i....________.vvi.... .v;. i;Onrpfice27S ' I.* SOLE AGENTS FOR BUTTERICK PATTERNS 1)0, YQU WANT A HOMESTEAD? I am in a position to sell you .320 acres of fine wheat land and locate you upon a liouiesteud near by. All fine land, and in tne vicinity ot! Black Diamond Mine. Price - $16.00 per acre TERMS OIVEN W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberia Lands and Lethbridge Properties Room 1, Southard Block, ., - Phone 122 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Jlng ot chloride of. lima therain. See that all refuse heaps are removed and backyards kept cleaa. See that all water closets are vork ing properly. See that sink taps etc. are in order and above all I would earnestly request nil those caring (or the: sick in private houses to rrtigiouslyi fol-low instructions of the attendiag pby siclan, viz., to thoroughly disinfect alt stools and., urine with chloride of lime or solution carbolic acid and then to see that they are burled. L. GEO. D'VEBER, Health Officer. Usthbridge. Sept. SS, 1907. O. W. KERR CO.  ��' iiaVfc opened offices in the Oliver BlocK. Room 3, Headquarters Spring and Winter Wlieat Lands Come and see the famous Magrath land, now on the market. We have also, afew choice sections in Warner district^ T. S. McKENZIE. Local Manager. of typhoid: K ' >' >' .Td:the Editor ofHilo Herald, Sir. , J'OM kindly allow me sufflcient ' , dh^our valuable apace, to call the at-'t^tloAKof our ,citi�eas to the fact ; ,^th�t %re)�have \tn our midst some 'fI from it. At Cardston .in ikionclay in the presence of lion. Frank Ol.ivcr, W. C. SVimmons, M.l'. P., and others a similar test was iiiatki and the grain averaged slightly over sixty buslicis iotlio aero. Along the A. K. & I. railway iMs-twoen Raymond and Mngrath-cnn be seen miles of wheat in stook lielong-inilcs of wheat in iiie slook lx;long-. ing to Knialey, I'cvtcrson, Schurinan and others, every acre of wliicli will go at ieasit forty fl\c bushels to the aero All over the whole south country am thousands of acres of wheat prcxhiciiig from thirty,4o si.vty bush-clH to the aci-o. Fanners fi'oni the cast and from acroAs the lino . are fn� to admit that tiicy have never seen such crops anywiteiv oliio. The Herald is safe in doclaiing that III Xorth America thoro is no atlicr similar area that has tlie average wheat crops that Is being harvested within a radius of soveoty-flvo miles from IiCthbridge.  Miss "T^i^nri^liell of Toronto, Miss Mary Mitc^M-H of Toronto, and Miss Mory McClui-e left todaj' for Banff. Sidney %lusscll Who has spent the last threoi years in thi(i,>States and Mexico, roturited last iMg>>t to Ijoth. bridge. " Koop out the cold ' weather ond malcc lifuf worth living by placing your order for storm sashes at Wm. OliVors Mill, rhono 1411 The Ix'thbridge Woollen Co. wants a number of weavers and girls to Icnrn weaying, also a girl to rati a sewing iiiachinc. � Apply at the factory. I.^st Afonday morning the long pro miscd n.oininion E.xpiNjss delivery wagon was put in commission- and is nowllng ncvt Monday evening will bo addic'ssod by Hov, A. M. Gordon, and the olllcqrs will Ik; elected. Tlic i!ivtltii�iasin of the organization meot ing.augurs well for the success of the Wrii .M'oM not raducod. To those it may concern: It pays to advortlsofor a few woeka tigo a faimor in Miniicsola advertised for a brood Sow whicli had strayed from his place. In a few days his hog returned with six little pigs, Ho willingly paid his reward and for hin ad.-Glenvillo ProgresSi After all it is enlightened selfishness to reach down and lift up. The man lifted up cannot drag you down Marriage is the form through which a man^alidi. McPhco AVero the soloists aind the choir under the lonctorslvip of tlic organist A. E. Smith, sang a chorus On .Monday evening >thc decoraitions were transferred to the basement wheiv in the. evening the Young People's .Union had a most enjoyable and successful socioL nieoting. Aboii t eighty pcioplo listened with int�rest to t4ie songs and readings rcmkred by the niemliers of the B. Y. P. V. Songs were sung by Miss row>ell, R. Andrews and W. Owens. Readings were f-iven by Misses Powell, Maggie McXabh and Kidd, John Acton, W. Owen', . and the pastor. Tli3 pastcM- rood an old Scotch piecfl entitled "The School Board." About "9.-15, refreshments woiv served and then a numl>er of the older folks went homo and Joft the younger people to enjoy thom-solyos in games, etc. One gratifying resuH of the services is that virtually the whole sum needed to pay olT the mortgage on the church property has been raised. School "Llta." Last Friday the- Literary Society opened at the Public School. The ef fort of the High School Society was not a gmit success as so many of the numbers failed to matcrlallM>. A. G; Virtue, the editor of the "Observ, or'-' which succeeded the famous Gleaner" read llig flrst numl)erV of his Journal, which is published in another column. ' � - In Standard IV, a successful iijfNL-t-ing was held, tlHs itrogramnie consisting of singing and elocution; The cla^^s paiH>r K -'Tho'Echo". was road by the editress, Margaret Smith, ond was a splendid numlwr. Miss: -Hac-kay's department had been invited to hear the programnte and Miss Mackay gave a very helpful and encouraging critic's reports "GASTILIAN BOOTS" ^r^HE_trend.ef bihion In women's shoes Is best espressed by our new ."Queen Quality" OuffOiirt Boots. The foreparts and vamps are ehorter; the shanks: more :arched-r-thc heete higher. On the foot this gives Vhe cC. feet of a smaller size. Women every-where admire these preltir styles. They are now "tail the rage.".-The genuine are to-be had only at this More. In Kid, $3.30; Patents. $400: other " Queen QiiaU^ " slyles, $3M. ' FRED GOW & GO. When we speak of Diamonds, we speak with the voioe.6f atitborl^ ty. Our stock is absolutely unique in that in thei alt^ost etidlei'i ranee of gems we carry, we show noi^e bu�; perfect stones. Every Bifnond that enters: this store is first quality ateel blue white Wesselton, and the worki knows nothing finer. " * : - / Surely ours is a safe stock from which to select a stone. Prjcra are most reliable, too. A comparison will convince yon. WEDDING PRESENTS?: � We nreshowinsca great many beautiful articles, suitable for wedi^^ ding presents. Call and see our new China and handsome deaigni jii Silverware. Wo are headquarters for Wedding Rings.^ f ^.^ - R. M. WRIGHT THE JEWELLER THE PLAGE \VHBRE WATCH WORK IS DONE RIO^j^T ;