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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta mi 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, Crnni's Best English, regular 16c. for...................................................12^0 " Good pattems, reg. 12^c. for............................................................ " Good values, reg, 10c. for.............................................................-^V^ Cotton. Challie's Dark and Light, reg. 15c. for.................................................. CJolored Muslin, reg. 7^c for................................................................... reg. 12^0 for..................................................................1|� White barred Muslin, reg. 7^0 for................................................................Jj� Fancy striped Muslin, reg. 7^c for.............................................................. reg. 15c for........................................................... Ific reg. 20c for..............................................................loc Fine Colored Dimities, light green and white, dark blue and wliite, black and white, reg. 25c for.....17^c Dotted Swiss Muslins, light blue with white, wbite with black, white with blue, reg. 25c for..........17^c Fancy Black Muslin, in lace stripes, reg. 15c. for................................................12|c " ' " " *' " ' reg. 20c. for.................................................I5c White Dotted Swiss, reg. 22^c for.............................................................1"^^' " reg. 25c. for.......................................................-.......20c Light and dark blue Muslin, reg. 40c for......................................................* ^Ap Dress Lengths in Silk Organdie, reg. $7.50 for.................................................ffiOO reg. *8.50for..................................................16.50 '......' rd. VITI.-Isalicl McCidloeh. S-tandaixl VII.-Winnifiwi Hyssop Minnie Maddaugh, C. G. Nimimions, Dora Ximanons, A. O. Virtue. VI.-Valeria Crofts, Edna Cook, ClenellA Hlnrdy, Nellie Harris, Harold Higinbotham, Willie Hyssop, F. Johnston, Sadie Lowthor, I'hilip Miebach, Robin Sherlock, Gertie Staffoixl. V.-Percy Belcher, Glona Duns-worth, Willie Frame, Harold Hamil-fon, 'Percy Harding, Fred Harrison. Loon Kane, Lillian Kane, Hugh Kin-niburgh, Grace Lnlilserte, Ross Leth-Tiridgc, Robert McCulloch, Donald McDiarmiid, Emil Sick, James Wallace. (Not in order of merit.) These are the successful candid -ates at therecent departmental, exams. C ongratulations are theirs. Principol Hamilton and his collea -gues in the High School department have i-enson to feel gratified that five of the seven students rocomnnemled were successful. Last year three out of four pas.scd in Standaivl VII. and there were no candidates in Standard VTII. In Staml'ard VI. eleven of the thirteen ndvi-se^l to try were successful although two others wrote an'-lw� of the twwnty-six pupils rccontnkcmkxl pnssec taught. The Ikmrassod the estimates for the year amounting to $18,000, which is considerably higher than last y�ar. The rate will be between four and five mills which is considerably lower. The boaid w^ill fix the ^Oravenhurst Sanitarium, since Ipav-baseinent ot tho Westminster school ^enb Letltbridge, )ms gone to Bnrrie, at onco. j whcix) he has a brother residing. A. Mrtchell, provincial vood in - higher work next year. The success of Miss Isal>el McCul -loch is deserving of sjiccial mention. Two years ago she started her standard Vlll. course but sitoppwl.in the irjidst of the term, going to North Ihtkola to leach. Last New Year's she ivjturnoJl, took her Normal school cd last night. Oaminion of Canada-Department of Agriculture-fleahh or Animals Branch TENDERS FOR HAY. Sealed Tendels tmarked 'Ten'dors for Hay" will be received by the undersigned up to six o'clock p. m. llio 5tto August, 1907, at the Quarantine Station, Lethbridge (six miiles west of Lethbridgto), for tho supply and delivery of good green hay subject to the usual conditions as to stacking and measurement. The following iciuantitics arc re -quired: 20 tons, in Iwm loft, (600 feet to tibe ton, rack measurement.) ao tons stackeil (512 (ijet to the tow). IMk) hay to bo green, well cured and subject to inspection and rejection as delivered. Each tender nuist be accompanied by an acceptoti choqiuc on a chartoiwl fcank for .'� |xjr cent, of the total mount tomlereil for. No newspaper will be paid for inserting ithls advertisement without proper authority. 'I'ho lowest or any tomter not noocs sariiy occopted. A. WATSON, V. 3.. Asst. Pathologist, In charge Quarantine Station, Lethbridge P. O. Box 477. -1- BOTH Fashion �od good taite denund lultable shoes for evety occasion. **Quua Qoatitv''' Shoes enable you to indulge this taste without extravagance. And with the charm of vatiety and comet styk, they combine moderate price. ^Queen Quality" Shoes present a shoe for every occasion^ a style for every tastc� a fit for every foot. We want you to see the beautifuf low cut styles we are now showing at $3.00 and $3.50 a pair. FRED COW & CO. Raspberry Festival Will be given by WESLEY EPWORTH LEAGUE -ON- ' The Parsonage Lawn Tuesday Ev'g,Aa^6 From 6.30 to 10.30. Favorites Return -THP- I JUVENILE BOSTONIANS -Will appear- Aug. 6th and 7th I C. J. Eckstarm's Theatre Tent -ON- The Public Square lee CrcAB, Lcmoaadc C�ke acrvcd. and Gaod Music. Everybody Cone No AdmitaioA lo Oroundt. They will play "Olivette the ne�-CBt nnd best. Popular prices. ;