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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta LTD Wishing to make it interesting for Visitors to the Fair, will offer special prices on SUMMER DRY GOODS for SIX DAYS ONLY, AUGUST 5 to 10 inclusive. SOME CHOICE LINES. Prints, Crum's Best English, regular 15c. for...................................................^Jc " Goal patterns, rog. 12Jc. for............................................................�Uc! " Goal values, reg. 10c. for............................................................. Cotton. Chnllie's Dark ami Liftht, reg. 15c. for.................................................. Colored Muslin, reg. lie for.................................................................... reg. lector.................................................................. White barred Muslin, reg. 7 Jc for................................................................|� Fancy striped Muslin, reg. 74c for.............................................................Vc reg. 15c for............................................................ ...... reg. 20c for........................................................ Pine Colored Dimities, light green and white, dark blue and white, black and white, reg. &>( for.....UJc Dotted Swiss Muslins, light blue with white, white with black, white with blue, reg.2�c for..........l�ftc Fancy Black Muslin, in luce stripes, reg. I'm-, for............ ...................................'~|r " ' " " " ' reg. 20c. for.................................................i^' White Dotted Swiss, reg. 22^c for.............................................................17jf ......reg. 25c. for...............................................................jj* Light and dark blue Muslin, reg. 10c for...................................................... ; Dress Lengths in Silk Orgnndie, reg. $7.50 for.................................................J,!"-!! .......... reg. $8.50 for................................................. " " " reg. $10.00 for............................................... *]-[� Special Value in Lawns at............................................................12*c The alwve arc all this seasons goods, but we need the Bpuce for new fall goods now arriving. Farmers' and Ranchers' Supplies.-We give special attention to this department, and are able to quote satisfactory figures on all lines. See us before purchasing your fall and winter supplies. In Men's Clothing; and Furnishings, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, our stock is right up to the minute in style, quality and price. Tn the Ladies' Wear Department Upstairs will be found interesting prices in Shirt Waist Suits, Underclothing, etc., etc. We need room in this department also for New Fall Goods. SPECIAL. Ladies' Coats and Skirts for early fall wear. The latest styles and patterns received by Express to-day' Nice Goods at reasonable prices. These are the celebrated "Rogers Garments." LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ESTABLISHED 1885 That's the kind of land that THE MARKET, to be sold in no at from $11 to $14 per acre. This tract is composed of____ 1 am .JUST PUTTING ON us than hulf section tracts, 9,000 Acres which has beeu held by speculators for the past four years, who are now willing to take their profit. It lies cast of Claresholm, witbin from a mile to six miloa of tho renowned inland town of Carmanguy, where you can see over a thousand acres of ripeu-ing grain in one field. Come and see it. you will like it. Lethbridge's Good Teachers Inspector .1. \V. Brown's report ns to the elllek'ncy of the school start nml tho requirements of 'tho school, was read nt n meeting nf tho school Itonixl on Monday evening. Having previously discussed in il,> tail the work of tho iiknitljers of tho staff. Mr. Brown spoke more partic-ulnrly of tho vurk done by tho now-or uoquisitiotis. Mis report said. "Miss Rolrtj's well-modulated voice. kimlly disposition uml vivacious manner make hor naturally well-fit t-o1(vi>lson is doing suh -stanlial work, judging from the les -sons I saw him touch." tho Inspoo -tor writes, "lie wiU he a valuable acquisition to your teaching force. Of Miss M. B. Bennett he says: "Hor discipline is good and her j t'licliing effective." S|ieukiikg generally Ik> writes." the Ifiiullty of the work e-fore the cold weather comes again. In the meantime 'the pupils should not lie allowed to use the basement us a pljiy room. The grounds should also lie fenced and prepiirut'ionsmudo for tree-planting. Would H not Ik> well to take steps to secure a site (if you have not already dono so) for a high school? At your present rate of expansion the additional accommodation >ou are providing will all be required for public school work, ami �Uwides tho lime, h�s arrives! when Ijethhridge. if she is to keep up with the procession oducu'Wonally, will require an up-to-date* high school, wlioro llrst-clnss subjects nml commercial brunches will be taught. The lionrd pnssod the estimates for Iho your itmounling to $18,000, which is considerably higher than last your. Tlic rate will be Itulwoou four and five mills which is considerably lower. The board will fix the basement at the Westminster school at once. Steam Laundry to Start. Tlie Ijethhrnlgo Steam Ixiunilr.\ will start up In full force just us soon as the newly uppointod man  agvr arrives from Toronto. He is ulrendy on the �ay. Tho lauwlry has l\t�n al Hamilton and his collea -gues in tlto High School departmont have reason to feel gratified that five of the seven st udents rocominenel Mcl'ul -loch is deserving of s|iecial mention. Two yeurs ago she startod lu-r standard VIII. course but Ktnp|>ed.in the midst of the term, going to North Uukola to teach. Uist New Yoar's she ivturiH�d, took her Normal school cerlifionto in May ami in six weeks completed Stamlnrd VIII. work successfully. I'rincipul Huinilton should havo about forty pupils in hia High School department this year. 1 l>eg to acknowl �lge your letter of the loth instant, and to say about the samples of grain and grasses The samples collected in iho I.eth  bridge district and at Kaymond and Mngrat-h. were received in jjood condition nml made a good showing at the exhibition. We have today re-Hhlppcd a |�art of this oxhlhit to Gran Forks where the Slate Fair o]vns tomorrow. Signed, .1. OB ED SMITH. Commissioner. WANTED. A young lady wants a furnished room in privute home, with or wiith-oiit hoard.' Apply Box It. Herald Oltlce. 1-8-15 1 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints will hold services nt Oliver's Hull on Sunday, August 1, at 2 p.m. 1'rosldont Brandley will addivss the meeting. Everybody invited. A LOCALBUDGET. 1). Clement tlto Magroth millor, was in the city nt the beginning of tho woek. Pr. B. Jackson who has lxson nt (Ititvenhurst Sanitarium since Ipav- (fn'� ljethbi-idge, nns gone to Bnrrie, j wheixj ho h�B a brother residing. I A. Mitchell, provincial weed iu -*|iootor, went through this morning to Cunlston. Surely ha does not ex- ! poet to (hid wcwds In a district where the priieo winiving wheat grows. I .1. M. MM chic's valuable driver died last night. Dominion of Canada-Department of Agriculture-Health of Animals Branch TENDERS FOR HAY. Sealed Tenders nurked "Tenders for H�y" will l.c rooelvod by the undersi'gne green, well cured and subject to inspection ami rejection as delivered. Each tondor must lie accompanied by an accepted choq'uo on a churteroxl ul>er will Iks pnid for inserting 'Uiis advertisement without proi>er authority. 'lHto lowest or any tender not neccs wtrily accepted. A. WATSON, V. S., Asst. Pathologist, In charge Quarantine Station, Lolh-brldgo 1'. O. Pox 477. -1- BOTH Fashion and good taste demand suitable shoes for every occasion. "Queen Qualit y" Shoes enable you to indulge this taste without extravagance. And with the charm of variety and correct style, they combine moderate price. "Queen Quality" Shoes present a shoe for every occasion, a style for every taste, a fit for every foot. We want you to see the beautiful low cut styles we are now showing at $3X0 and $3.50 a pair. FRED COW & CO. Raspberry Festival Will bo given by WESLEY EPWORTH LEAGUE -ON- The Parsonage Lawn Tuesday Ev'g.Aug.6 From ti.30 to 10.30. Ice Cream, Lemonade and Cake served. Good Music. Everybody Come No Admission lo Grounds. Favorites Return -THE- JUVENILE BOSTONIANS - Will apjxuir- Aug. 6th and 7th n C. J. Eckstorm's Theatrt Tent -ON- The Public Square They will play "Olivette" the newest and l>est. Popular price*. ;