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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta V I LTD Wishing to make it interesting for Visitors to the will offer special prices on SUMMER DRY GOODS for SIX DAYS AUGUST 5 to 10 SOME CHOICE LINES Crnins Best regular 124c Good Good Challies Dark and Colored 12 White barred Fancy striped loc 20c Fine Colored light green and dark blue and white black and 25c for Dotted Swiss light blue with white with white with 25c Fancy Black in lace i k White Dotted 22k Light and dark blue 40c Dress Lengths in Silk li Special Value in Lawns and The above are all this seasons but we need the space for new fall goods now Farmers and Ranchers give special attention to this and are able to quote satisfactory figures on all See us before purchas ing your fall and winter In Mens Clothing and Hats and Boots and our stock is right up to the minute in quality and In the Ladies Wear Department Upstairs will be found interesting prices in Shirt Waist We iieed room in this department also for New Fall Ladioe Coats arid Skirls for early fall The latest styles and patterns Express today Nice Goods at reasonable These are the celebrated Rogers WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GOOD AND Thats the kind of land that lam JUST PUTTING ON THE to be sold in no less than half section at from to per This tract is composed Acres which has been held by speculators for the past four who are now willing to take their It lies east of witbin from a mile to six miles of the renowned inland town of where you can see over a thousand acres of ripen ing grain in one LetHbridges Good Teachers Inspector Browns report as to the efficiency of the school staff and the requirements of the was read tit a meeting of the school board on Having previously discussed in de til the work of the inembcrs of the lirown spoke more panic ilarly of the vork done by the new er His report Miss Robbs wellmodulated vindly disposition and vivacious manner make her naturally wellfitt ed for this The Inspec tor expressed pleasure at seeing the kindergarten department Davidson is doing sub stantial jmlging from the les sons I saw him the Inspec Mie be valuable acquisition to your teaching Of Miss Bennett he says Her discipline is good and her teaching Speak ing generally ho the ijunlMy of the work done tho Leth bridge schools is of a high order and your board is peculiarly fortunate in not having a weak member on the a condition in a large the has Coikf ratulations Hyssop Dora Edna Har old Willie Bpbin Glona Duna wo Wi 11 le Ha rold Ha mil Percy Fred Ijillian Hugh Kin Grace Hoss Leth Robert Donald Emil James Wal Not in order of These are the successful camlki ales at therecent ex C ongratulations arc Principal Hamilton and his collea giies in tlxs High School lepartmcnfc have reason to feel gratified that five of the seven students reconymended were Last year three out of four passed in and there were no candidates in Standard In Stnmlnrd eleven of the thir Steam Laundry to IjOthtbrklgR Laundry start up in full force jtist as soon as tiie newly appointocl man ager arrives from is already onthe The laundry has been a sinall amount of work is ali ready for the manager ito take EXHIBIT OPvAIN TO Mair has ing leUcr of ImmagratJon at beg to your letter of the 10th and to ab out the stiinples of grain and grasses The samples collected in the Leth bridge district and at Raymond and Magrath were received in gooi con dition and made a good showing at the We have totlay ic tppefl a part of this exhibit to ran Forks where the State Fair opens OB ED the classes well graded the subjects to try were successful in the various standards arc uni though two oUvers wrote and fornily continuous and properly Standard lkl remarkably wclI His is of the recommended pupils diplomatic Icing As a whoe the Come and see von will like DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties Room Southard Phone 122 In regard to mattois in T may that the basement floorin the Westminster School is in a very unsatisfactory A first class Portland a hardwood floor should be ba fore the cold weather comes Tn the meantime the pupils should not aHowed to use the lasement as a pipy The grounds should also IK foncetl ntxl preparataonsmade ifor Would it not le well to take steps to secure a site if you have not al ready done so for a high school At your present rate of expansion the aklrtional accommodation you are provKling will all be required for public school and besides the has arrived when if she is to keep upwith the process ion will require an up todate high whero firstclass subjects and commercial branches I will be The Board passed the estiiiKxtcs for year amounting which is considerably higher than last The rate trill be wlwcen four and five mills which is consirf school made an excellent as thirtytwo of ils recommended passed althoirgli five othos who would take llteir advice It is to be hoiMHl with a measure of certainty the unsuccessful can didates will be allowed to go on with higJicr work next The success of Miss Isalxjl McCul loch is deserving of special Two years ago she startel her stan dard course but stopped the iniidst of the going to Xorth Dakota to Tjast Xcw Years she took her Normal school certificate inMay ami in six weeks completel Standard work suc Hamilton should have about forty pupils in his High School department this of FOR Xew six roon Close Very easy Apply to A yoxmg Indy wants a furnished room in private or wiith Clement t he Magra th was in the city at the the Jackson who has lxen at erably will the since Ipav has gone to wlwre he has a brother ttt the school fnb out Apply Box HeraUl lS15 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter provincial in went through this morning Day Saints will hold services at to Surely he does not ex Hall on August jxjcLto frml weeds in a Hst rid where at 2 President Brandley will the prize winrving Address the Everybody Uitelites valuable drive Uit elite last valuable driver died Dtminion of CanadaDepartmcat of AiriculturrfleaNfc tf Animals Briacli TENDERS FOR marked Tenders ior Jloy will IKJ rcceivctl by the undersigned tip to six oclock the 5th at the Quar antine six miles west of for the supply and delivery of good green hay sub ject to the usual conditions as to stacking and Tito following quantities are re quired 20 in born feet to Wc rack 30 tons stacked 512 feet to the The hay to be well cured and subject to inspection and reject ion as Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered rank for r per of the total amount tendered No newspaper will lc paid for in sertfrrg this ativertiserrbcm without proper The lowest or any tender not neces surily In charge Quarantine Jjith BOTH and good taste demand swtable shoes for every Queen Qualify Shoes enable you to indulge this taste without And with the charm of variety and correct they com bine moderate Queen Quality Shoes present a shoe for every a style for every a fit for every We want you to see the low cut styles we are now showing at and a FRED COW Raspberry festival Will be given by WESLEY EPWOKTR LEAGUE Tuesday 6 From to Favorites Return JLVENILE BOSTON ANS Will 6th and 7th Ecksttrms Thcatrt TcM ke Cake EvcryMy Ctwc No to The PuMk Square s They will play Olivette the newest ami Popular ;