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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta K4j �mm V H L V I' If � - � - s - A h i �u v- - 1 Xi_ 4* I Superb Showing of New Fall Goods Moderate Prices ft*** : Y Eiderdown Comforters SPECIAL OFFERS STAPL ES -P _ 4 A splendid showing, filled with very finest clown and covered with the best art 'sateens and satins, full size, special from.. . .$0 to $19 New Wool Delaines Just the goods you are looking for for your new Fall Blouse. A big assortment to choose from in stripes, pin ids and floral designs. Fine soft finish, 27 in. wide, sold everywhere at (iOc per yard, onr price.'............................................1......fiOc. Ladies' Dress Skirts p iported direct from the makers. Our showing of skirts is certainly the best ever. 30 different styles to choose from in a largo variety of dress materials. Our skirts fit and hong well and are right up to the minute in style..........Prices from 3.60 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 2.25 to 2.75 White Wool Blankets, $4.25 pair Splendid quality and extra Inrtfo size, full 7 )b*. in weight. Vory soft finish. Regular $5 value.......................Special 4.25 Irish Table Linen 75c yard 3 pieces pure Irish Table Linen, 72 in. wide, in very neat floral designs, bought to sell at We yd................,.. .Special 75c Boys' 2-piece Suits, $2.50 The largest stock of boys' Suits in the city to choose from, in light and dark Tweeds, and mude to stand hard usage. Sizes from 22 to H3. Special prices............................ .from 5 Boys' 3-piece Suits, $4.00 Tweeds eeds Bath Towels, 25c 100 unbleached Bath {Towels, bought at a price, with red and white stripes, regular 35c quality....................Special 25c i Seasonable Footwear at Reasonable Prices. ..........._____ _t v t________ 11 Footwc kind that suits the season and Vow. EEvery season ahowsavast improvement in the quality, finish and style of our shoes and the shipments which we have received are gems of the shoemaker's art, both in fit, fashion and finish. We have the kind you like and the kind you want at just the price you want to pay for them:* _  r Boys' Corduroy Pants, 60c. pair 75 pairs splendid sixes 22 to 32. easi F �r quality English Corduroy ilv worth Wc tiair____ r * pair Men's Wool Underwear, 2.75 Suit i Penman's fine elastic ribbed Underwear, the proper garments fit. comfort and quality, warranted unshrinkable, all sizes, wc.,.. 3.50 suit....................................... .Our price 2 75 r ' L 4 r h � * - X ^ - r ^ - -? . T SOLE AGENTS FOR BUTTERICK PATTERNS  A YOU WANT r HOM BSTEAD ? I am in a position to sell you 32n acres of fine wheat land and locate you upon n homestead nearby. All fine land, and in tne vicinity of Hhtek Diamond Mim-. f � Price $16.00 per acre TERMS GIVEN W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lothbridge Properties Room 1, Southard Block. Phone 122 LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. KERR CO. 'hate opened offices in the Oliver Bloch, Room 5 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and see the famous Magratli laud, now on the market. We have also a few choice sections in Warner district. T. S. McKENZIE, Local Manager. T * ling of chloride of iinae therein. See that all refuse heaps are re-j moved and backyards kept clean. ( See that nil water closets are vork ; inff properly. | See that sink taps etc. are in order nnd above all I would earnestly request all thoso caring for the sick 1 in private houses to religiously: follow instructions of the attending phy siclan, viz., to thoroughly disinfect all stools ami urine with chloride of lime or solution carbolic add and then to sco that they are buried. Ii. 0120. D'VEBEU, Health Officer. Lothbridge, Sept. 25, 1907, BUDGET. Harveat Home Our Great Crop*. Miss ftv'a-MlMiVll of Toronto, Miss Mary MMfjiH) of Toronto, anil Miss Mary McLMure left today for Hanff. Sidney llussell who lias spent the last thrm years in OwwStntes nnd Mexico returned last night to IjKIi. bridge Kivp out tho cold weather mnko Wto worth living by placing .your order for storm Hashes at Win. Oliver's Mill. I'hone 141. ^ Tlu? Ijc*thbrldgi> Woollen fJo. wants a number of weavers ami girls to lonru Wfuving, also n girl to run a h^wln^ iitncldiu1. Apply n-t 1h� factory. Sl'EriAL SEHVICKS IN HVPTIST TAIlRUNArLK BEWARE OF TYPHOID. To the .Editor ofHho Herald, Sir, Will you kindly allow me su flic lent of your valuable space to call the attention, of our citizens to the fact that we have * in our midst some o^^teon cases of typhoid fever. Some few ^ are imported having .come in from outside pojuts tor raod-fcal treatment, but.the majorityiliave contracted "'"the, disease in the city. Every fail wo have a, few cases but this ye^ we. are afflicted with a con-j Bjderably iorffer number than usual.r There is no cause for serious alarm ;ffbuiis wiat^ use all possible pre-? �autioo. -A ft. r The health oflleor and municipal board of health are doing and will do their utmost to discover source and stamp out disease ami roqu0st the iioarty co-opera topu ,f citizens to that end. Wm,.r ja usually the sourcti of infection |mt our system is so perfect that f can Hcarcely induce myself to boUov� |t to be in-footed. However to bo certain I am making samples to Provincial JJaeter iologist tor examination. As precautions I would urge all citizens to Boil ail water for internal use. See that flies are kept away from food. See that, ail existing ,rivies are emptied and disinfected by thejtprlnk Heports from the surrounding districts continue to be most encouraging. The much lumcnted damage by the Knov*s4orm has proved to 1ms prar ticalJy a myth. When such farmers as J. F. Wrndshaw and J. \V. 1. W. Wtiolf, (Jeo. Hughes, and others estimate that the loss will not cxiwil 4erft>ctly clean although it iv-ttuires a little more time. Great yields are Ui�ing i\*p�rted War Magra>ih, a field of wlwnt. four acres in extent, was measured out and over two hundred and forty bushels of No. 1 Alltfrtn lied were threshed from it. At Curdston v\ Monday in tin' presence of Hon. Frank OUver, \V. V. Himmons, M.l�. > P., anil others a similar lest was ( made and the grain averaged slight-! ly over sixty bushels to the acre. Along the A. H. & 1. railway between ltaymond and Mag ruth can be seen miles of wheat hi Ntook U*lr-mnnent driver will 1h� put on the de-li\v�rv. Weatminatcr Guild Formed. About forty of the young people and a few of the older, of Knox Church met on MtMiday evening and decided to orgnniTe ti Westinlni�ter (iuild. The pastor, Itnv. A. M- Gordon, was elected Honorary President and .). P. liiginbotham President. A committee was named to no in In ale the other n Ulcers. Twent^spven memtM'i's wei� enrolled. Tho work of the (iuild will Ihj carried on >n four departments viz, devotional, missionary, educational, ami soriul. The tu(s*tiug no.vt ^(onday evening will Iw aihlress^'il by Hev, A. M. Gordiin, and the oHirers will U- elected. Tho enthusiasm of the organization meet ing augurs well for the success of tlk' Wi*stinin�ter Guild of Knox Church. Coat of Light Reduced. At a meeting of the directors of the 'Lothbridgo Kleeti'ie Co. on Monday nighl. the cost of liKht to the hotels was reduced from fourteen to twelve tvnis per killowatt hour. The cost to householder* .was not reduced. I^ast Sunday the auditorium of the JJaptiHt Tabernacle had a harvest looking appearance, the young i*?o-ple having decorated -the building wHh grains, fruits and vegetables, on -the occasion of the Harvest Home Services. I.arge audiences nUended both services and at to pay off the mortgage on the church pro|H�rly has been raised. School "LiU. Mrs. H\ (J. OickiiiNon of Vancouver daughter of t'Japt. IXtane, Calgary, is visiting airs. it. F. Heave. I WANT TO BUY A quarter seotion of wlieat land for all cubIi. Must bd a bargain. Apply Box M, Herald 'io thoso -it may concern: it pays to Advertise vfor a few weeks ago a farmer In Minnesota advertised for a brood how which hail strayed from his place. Jn a few days IiIh hog returned with six little pigs. He willingly paid his reward and for hp* aiI .-I J leu v i 1 Jo Progress. p J After all it is enlightened selfishness to reach down nnd lift up. Tho man lifted up cannot drag you down Murriogo is the form through which a man abdicates his right to run hi own family to his wife's gelations,, I^ast Friday tho literary Society opened at the Public School. Tho of fort of tho High School Society was not a great success as ho many of the numbers failed to materialise, A. V,. Virtue, alio editor of the "Obser\s or" which succeeded the famous "Gleaner" read the first number of his journal, which is published in another column. in Standard 1\\ a successful lu/vt-big was held, tho programme consisting of singing and elocution. The class paper "Tho Fcho'V was tvad by the editress, Margaret Smith, and was a splendid numt>or. Miss Muc-kay's department had boon Invited to hear Ihe programme uiul MIbs Mackay gave a very lieipfui and encouraging critic's report. 7. * I, U A " � -I "CASTILIAN BOOTS THE trend of fashion in women's shoes is best expressed by our new /'Queen Quality" Ctstittan Boots. The foreparts and vamps are shorter; the shanks more arched-the heels higher. On the foot this gives the effect of a smaller size. Women everywhere admire these pretty styles. They are now "all the rage." The genuine are to be had only at this store. In Kid, $3.30; Patents, $4.00: other "Queen Quality" styles $3.00. FRED GOW & CO. Whoa wo speak of Diamonds, wo speak with the voice of authors Our 1 stock is absolutely unique in that in tho almost endless range wo carry, we show none bu*; perfect stones. Every Diamond of gems that enters this store is first quality steel blue white Weasel ton, and tho 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 you. WEDDING PRESENTS We nre showing ft gteat many beautiful articles, suitable for wedding presents. Call and see our new China and handsome designs in Silverware. Wo are headquarters for Wedding Kings. r THE JEWELLER PLAGE WHERE WATCH WOBK IS DONE '4 j..... 1===T n ^ i- - ^ F . ;