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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Ready with the Goods You are invited to como and look through our complete stocks, and see what we can do for you in supplying you season's want*. Whether to buy or only to look, you are welcome here. Lovely Things among the Dress Goods Never before have we shown such n large range of Fashionable Fabrics for Costumes and Suite in shade* of brown, blue, green, grr ys, wine and black. Then again, our priw s are right. We don't put up the price because the goods are new. If you'll look you'll find we SELL AT CITY PRICES, SOMETIMES UNDER. Tweeds at 60c. A splendid range of Heavy Tweeds, just the thing for girls1 school dresses, the kinds that stand hard wear. Our price is special at per yard.........................fiOu. Meltons at 30 and 50c.' A warm serviceable Dress Goods for little money in a good range of shades, navy, � brown, green, greys and black, and good value at the price. Per yard.... *M> and 50c. Wove piles of New Skirts, and they are selling. Someolegant Plaids, fine plain Amatons, black Panamas, and fancy Tweed Effects. The prices run from $8.00 to H.00. See them, you'll say they are worth more money. Ladies* Cloth Coats We are showing a much bettor range of Coats than usual, and can save yon money if yon require one this season. Dark tweeds and plain cloths arc good. 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 furs* should sell more this season, stocks are larger and better assorted. Then again, the people are better acquainted with our system of doing business. We don't charge furrier's prices,but can beat any city catalog. this bargain, Ladies' Eaton Suits Black, brown, navy and grey, wall tailored, and of fine quality materials. Sixes 34 to 38, only sit suits in the lot, to clear at about half regular price-r| and 10.00. A. Macdonald r. Condoll pro-pones taking up practice at Loth-bridge in the Immediate future. Ps. Condell is one of the brightest stu dents that has gono through the Manitoba University and Is a postgrad Hade of tho hospitals of London, Eng. He enjoyed a large practice in Manitoba and only recently deotded to make his home in Bunny South ern Alberta. Tho doctor will no doubt receive a most cordial welcome* frcA the people of Lethhridgo.-Ta ber Free Pre*?. Many articles.are required, such as Bad Pans, Hot Water Bottles, Syringes, Thermometers, Ice Bags, Invalid Cushions, Medicine Glasses, Toilet Paper, Sick Feeders, Crutches, Sponges, Disinfectants, etc., etc. We are headquarters for all sick room supplies. I J. D. Higlnbothain & Co. Family and Dispsasing Chamists Telephone 40. Resident Graduate Night Cleik. F. S. Lemngwtfli of Warner was in the city yewterday. Provincial Wood Inspector A. Mit. chell was in the city yesterday. Ctlcndowor" Allen the real rgh, pastor of the Scandinavian lluptist Church in Calgary, reached in the Talwrnacle on Sun-to a large audience of Scandinavian*. On Sunday evening he preach cd at the residence of O. T. Omank and on Monday evening ut tho homo of C. Johnson. On Tuesday evening he gave an 'illustrated lecture in the Tabernacle. W. II. Ilobson, the local archaeologist, on Sunday discovered in a clay bank a perfect lower jaw of a human being. The tenth wore perfectly preserved. Judging from the |surrounding strata Mr. Hanson jurig W. O, DovIh of was in the city on Monday. Mrs. It. Tennnnt of Coutts was In the city yesterday, Ilcv. Martin llorgh returned to Cal gary this morning. I. Donnnn has returned from his trip to Iceland. II. II. tluckloy of flweet Grans was In the city on Monday, John' Clilpman of Magrath was in the city an Monday and Tuesday. Clarence W. Lowther has been appointed brand Inspector vice Ceo. Fraser, resigned, ). Held returned on Monday's local from .Calgary whence, he had gone to see the laorosw game. C. F. Mouerly, the IT. S. Sustoms Oflflcer at Sweet Grass spent yesterday in - the city. Mrs. .1. H. Walker has returned from Inkstcr, Man., where she was visiting .or four months. �. F. Hhuw and wife returned on Tuesday night front an extended visit to Hhcrbrooke, Que. II. S. French, editor of the Macleod G/wctte was in ino'city on Saturday and again on Tuesday. '.' Gilbert I*. Aslie of Coutts return^) through the city alter shipping a troinlond of cattle >to Winnipeg, W. .1. Johnston, assistant postmaster at Medicine Hat, spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. D. May. The school board has given authority to Drill master K. Oxlnnd to start the drill* at the public schools this week. Mrs. .1. flood of Stettler was in the city on Tuesday on her way to Cnrdston where she formerly lived. John lluyden purchased last week a team of Pcrcheron mares from Geo. Fertig. of llowville, tlie consiileralion being $000.00. F. C. Cooke has sold his residence on Itedpnth street to W. Hardy, A. It. & I. Htution agent, through the II. 3fnebetli agency. , W. G. Davis of Sweet Oihss has purchased tlte residence of A. C. Messer on Crahb St. The II. Macbeth Agency put through the deal. Manager Henderson of the Steam Laundry is constantly Increasing and improving his staff and is turning oat work in a creditable manner. Mayor Griesbnch spent Saturday in Lethhririge while on his way back from the Union of Alberto Municipal Hies Convention at .Medicine Hat. Miss Itessie Hpraguo of Mexlicine Hat, who has been visiting Miss II. K. Harrison at the parsonage for the past month, feft for home this morning. Rev. Win. Hold will conduct the Her vices in the Hnptlst Tabernacle on Sunday next nt 11 n.m.^and 7.U0 p. m. His evening subject will bo "Lame on Hoth Feet" A hearty invitation is extended to all. On Friday the funeral of the late Mrs. William Davis of Little How took place at the Church of England ( crowd The Magrath Fair Mrs. G. Derry and son of Pincher Crook were in the city on Saturday. .1. Freeborn of Pincher Creek spent th? week-end with friends in the city. Mr. and Mrs. It. .). Gordon have returned from a holiday at the Water ton Ijikes, IIOHN.-Watklns, on Sunday, Sept. 22ud, to Mr. ami Mrs. T. II. Wat-kins, a son. The engagement is announced of Miss Geneviove Ives, daughter of the Info Mr. Thaddeus O. Ives, and Mrs. Ives, formerly of Cnmpton, to Mr, It. P. Wallace, H.C.L., of Tabor. Alberta, fonnorly of Coatlcook. The marriage will take place tho latter part of this month. Miss Ives is a nister of Albert E. Ivos, of this city. Mr. Win. Hutherford und family are now occupying tlu> Esplanade residence recently purchased from Mr. D. McLean. The housu formerly occu pied by Mr. Hutherford has been tak en by Mr. .1. W. Martin, Inspector of leing eminently fair The exhibits of cattle, she>>p and swine were not. wry large but were of good ipiality. , Next, to the horse exhibits, the display of fruits, grains, and vegetables in the hull was a he features of tho exhibition. Visitors to tho fairs of Southern Alberta have lieen accustomed to seeing the very ls>sl of grain exhibits and Magrath took second place to none of them in this regard. Hut the show of frail was something that could not he equalled anywhere else in Alberlu. Such samples of currunts, goosclierries, raspberries and other small fruits could not be found anywhere elsu outside of the most favored fruit districts. There were dewberries shown by A. O. Ilich that liout anything ever seen anywhere previously. The exhibition proves conclusively that small fruits can be grown t perfection in Southern Alberta. The vegetables, especially the beets, cauliflowers, cubbnge, anil potatoes were such that even gardeners of the "Garden City" wore proud of them. The display of ladies' work was fully up to the high standard set by the ladies of Magrath at previous fairs. They are noted for their skill in f^ncy work as well as for domestic product* as bread and dairy produce. NOTKS II. W. Ilradshnw's string of I'ercli-erons camp in for a great deal of admiration from the judges and the Malgenest, the big threu RF50Lvro THAT IT IS 'SUCtf* DtfLIWT. fCELlNC .Tb&T* f^OAf&f KNOWING THAT Votf HAVE* LOu�t-Y THlN'CS ft) PUT ON WfTHfe Morn inc. on? fecl^jo confident And so comfortable - > . Buster Brown Ribbed Underwear for Men, all wool, at $1.75 per suit. respectfully, The Bentley Conpsn, ltd. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Prompt Delivery 33 year old is a particularly line uninuil In show condiiion he weighs 'JI.'iO; pounds, and has been a freipicnt prize winner in Km nee licfore lie wns imported this summer by his present owner. Nicol. another of Mr. Urnd-Nhaw's importations, has l>cen sold 'to tha Mclntyre ranch, lie was the winner of the gold cup at the l.flh-brldge fair. In conversation with tho Herald i man, A. Patterson, the judge, �ex- , y,i,,, ,. � , ,. .PrcMMl a profound admiral On for uatc of Manitoba University Medical n w ii-,w|Ki10,.., , . . *.,n ~ . i  . >L "radsitnw s toench coach horso College ami a post graduate of the M.m.._n.., ,u., . . . . ...... . ! "wwarkitig that ho wns an almost (tor feet horse, and. that he will bo a val- uable animal for thu breeding of car riago horses in Alltertn. The fair committee s|h?nt this year over SHOO in cattle sheds am) a poul try-house. They aiv necessarily of a somewhat temporary nature as the association intend using their ground across the track ai- soon ns they can secure a crossing over the A. It. & I. railroad tracks. One of the most interest ing features of the exhibition was the display of children's work, some of which was brou nay ther in his district now and says that only ten per cent, of the crop was uncut before the storm took place. . As high as HU cents was paid for winter wheat: there last week. In the immediate vicinity of Lethbrldge tliere has not Mm any frost. Mr. Dnhhin is enthusiastic over the prospects of lethbrldge. It is growing vory rapidly. At present many men are nt work building the abutments for the mammoth new C.I'.R. bridge over tho Holly Hivov.-Edmonton Uul iwtin. years old. He intends prosecuting n further search for the remainder of tho skeleton. On Tuesday at about (|uittlng tinvs one of the Western Warehousa .V Transfer Oo.'k loams took a nmd vdn down Wood Hi. towards tho 'v.ii.s. An electric light pole was snapped off like a pipe stein, tho tongue drop|m�l and put the dray on end, damaging it considerably. The 'team ran straight into the stahlo on the dead run but escaped vlthout injury. London Hospitals, has decided to locate in lothbridge. Kor several years ho practised in Mrandon, Man. He has engaged offices in the new Whitney block and in the meantime has his office at his residence at tho corner of Cittliill and Court land Sts. i A formor Alma College graduate, j Miss Olive II. freeman, a sister . of \ Mrs. W. A. Iluchanan, who formerly! resided In this city but now of AJber ta, was marred on Tuesday to I'M-' inund llnrrle Smith, of Hurtford.j Conneticnt. ^ The wedding besides he-1 ing imcnutt'iona!, was a society func1 very clever. A little wagon, dilution, some fiOO invitations being Is- l>h*e in all particulars, mude with 11 sued, and many friends of the con- Jack-knife by little Harold Morkley tract ing parties ware pivsent from | who is only four years old, deserves! Canada and the. I'niled Otates. The \ �lK'Clal mention The children mude; brillc wns a popular pupil of Alinu j wo>* which inrludcd the (piilts. j College thiw years ago, and has a'jrtoi'�es. dolls' and children's clothing, \ host of friends in the city - Ht. Tho- j work, and cooking which they mus .Inurnul. Giving up one line, adding to another Beginning Now, Ending Oct. 12th G. H JOHNSTON will sell at a SPECIAL DISCOUNT for \ CASH AM Ms SttcK (if Mcis u4 ^tj%mj mi HnMdtiji Men'8 Reefers 4.50 for 2.00 HIS for 200 Pants 2.00 for 1.40 H.85 for 2.3;"> Suits 10.00 for ft.75 Men's Fancy Vests 2J.C0 for 2 CO " Wnterproofs d.50 for 8.50 �.50 for 1.50 Boys' Reefers, 3.75 for 2.85 3.50 for 2.50 Assortment of Mea't Vests for 93c. Each. Men's Pelt Hats 1.75 for 1.15 2.50. for 1.85 This line i6 especially Urge and well assorted. Men's dtps in Tweed, Cloth nnd Tnutation Fnr, Shirts for workiii";, church and Iwills. Collars. Ties. etc. Why do we Advertise this Sale ? Experience has taught us that one line of up-lo-date goods is better than many poorly assorted. Men have taken onr store as being devoted solely to ladies' goods. We have'iio room for displaying more than one line. G. H. Johnston Saltcoats,--An elderly man nam ed llobel't Hopkins, died while at his employment in Nobel's Explosives Factory, Htevcnson. this morning, lie. complained about a pain in his head nnd immediately .after collapsed wid die>i. lie \H>s 78 ymm of age, fiid resiiled In tllen-cairn Cottage, .'S-tevcnstoii, where he leaver a widow,- He was well, known and much respected in the district. The cause of death was heart failure. -The decoaMMi was a brother to Mrs. Rotrt. Xlven of this city. Wltcaf trice*. IC. C. Haines of the Columbia Milling Co. haa quoted th* Herald the following pHre* for wheat at lethbrldge. No 1 Northern ........................ SH No. 2 " ........................ *l No. i\ " ..:..................... 79 No. 1 nejected No. I Vortlieru ... 77 No. 1 " So. � i' ... "."i No. 1 " No. !� " ... 7!l The prices for Alberta Red are the same as the.above. So. I tt'hite Winter .................. 81 No. 2 " " ............ 70 No,. � " ".............. 77 HATS! Are now on display Children's wear a specialty. L. & J. McLEAY Rttlpath Street. sold, the proceeds going to their Primary organisation. V'till-sixed nnd matured apples, homo-grown, were to l�o sc>en at the j Magrath fair. Fine big Yellow Trans-parents nnd Winter Purmunes were on exhibition and A. O. Hich assuixnl the Herald that there are a dozen other varieties that will ivuch the same �iale of perfect ion in this country. I.evi Ilarker is the president of tho Magrath Agricultural Society and u better our. would be hard to find. In fact, when the jwople of Mugrath wont a niun to fill a responsible po-! sltion they always choose Mr. liar. I ker, knowing that he never fails 'Hhem. At present. h� is the bishop i of Magrath ward and was recently, elected the first mayor of the town. The bishop its not an ofllce seeker ami j The ladies of i lie church served his honors are thrust upon him. i uieils in the basement of the moet-Tlie corTcerl in the evening was a ins house. The only regret of the decided success. Two choirs came; visitors who were not accustomed to 'from Cnrdston to enter the choir{the excellent cooking o( the Magrath competition nnd I'rof. .1. Geo. Ilur-.'iadies. was that ther.- was a limit to per of lx>thhridgi>, the judge, had a ! their capacity, dlfllcult ta�k tit deciding among the competitors. Stump h)iceches by local orators gave glowing accounts of tho future of Magrath. The other numbers of the programme wore qua 11^- enjoyable. All the latest Novelties in TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED I''. W. Atkins, of Cnrdston, had a very rreditahlu supply o( home-mudu hoots and shoes that look good eu-unjrh to put factory imtdtt footwear in tho shade. The corner stone of the new $80,- 000 Y.M.P.Ai. building in Calgary 1 was laid by Senator |,ougheed last Saturday. A BuMMtt ChMge. .1. W. Turpin, formerly of Turpin llros. of Medicine Hut, has purchased the furniture business of Itrodie ^ Stnlforrl. and will conduct the business under Hie imnie of tho Turpin Furniture Company. Mr. Turpin tn-teinls putting iu a stock of furniture and wul I jut |ters that, will equal thosu of any of the larger cities and will range from tlio cheapest to tho vory best. Itrodie und Stafford will retain their hardware business. The striking sermon is the one, thai hits the other sinner bard. ;