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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Xethbridge Daily Herald, Monday, August Page GRAY PRACTICALLY THE BALANCE OF HIS STOCK The Evely Sale Company's closing out prices startle Wholesalers and Retailers and the Public alike. This week when the country around come up to the Exhibition C W. Gray Will Spring a Surprise HARDWARE VALUES no one butj C W. GRAY can offer If You are Doubter, Come The Bargains have been Great throughout this your Get here somehow this week. Never have such prices on Hardware and Stoves been asked, Will miss it? If you haven't money BORROW IT Don't miss THIS WEEK THE LAST CUTS HAVE BEEN MADE This may be your last opportunity to attend the sale, which stands alone, without a parallel or counterpart in value giving. The truth is stronger than this advertisement today. Bring it wiith you and test our statements. We Are Here With the Goods At the Prices we Say Some of the former sale prices are cut in halves. A Carload of Nails a keg. All sizes. Mechanics Read These Prices In the windows on the Tools Coal Oil Heaters. 150 to be sold at Makers' Prices. 100 Barn Door -S-l-OO and jS'ow.....................65C Plumbers' HALF PEICE. Stable sizes: all at about HALF PEICE MAKK. Anvils, Forges, Stepladders. Drills, LESS THAN COST PEICE. sizes, per Ib...........- -10C Bolts and Washers, complete with 50c Axe Handles -25c 3oc Axe Handles ...................-J JQ 15c Hammer for.........25C Chisels, now..................gQc 14.00 Carpet 5Q OFF regular price. Hammers, Braces, Drawing Knives.............51 !45 PRICES ON STOVES REDUCED STILL FURTHER. A CARLOAD MORE Not a stove mil be left if a price will sell it. A carload of for the Fall this week for PLUNDER. The shades of regular prices m stores have couldn't return them or cancel. So the Lethbridge people will benefit. PICK OUT YOUR STOVE TO-MORROW Do you want a refrigerator? Have you a bill? It will do the trick 3 only, worth and ten spot does it. GRAY'S Selling a carload of Stoves and Ranges at prices-minus the freight this week Edlttd by Phone 1052 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. J. Norman Ritchie nave returned from an outing at the Waterton lakes. the coast Co., accompanied toy J. Stephenson and Bd. Ellison, are in. the city today having come via auto from Raymond. T. S. McKenzle and family returned to the city yesterday after a holiday spent at the favorite summer resort, vvaterton lakes. W. Neelands, agent of the A. R. I. Co., with Mrs. Neelands and Master Walter, left this afternoon ou a two weeks' trip to Mrs. Joe. Gillespie and family, Ash- mead street, have gone to Macleod on a visit to Mrs. Cillespie's parents for a day or two. Miss Audrey Neale and Miss Cav- anaugh left Saturday afternoon for Medicine Hat where they will visit Supt. and Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. W. Murphy, 'who has been visit- ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. L. Hardie, for some time, left Satur- day afternoon for her home in Winni- peg. Mrs. Jamieson entertained last Fri- day at the tea hour in honor of Mrs. McKeown of Herald, On Monday, August 1, 1910, at the Church of the Heavenly Rest. Netv York, by the Rev. John Williams, tYederic 'Langmuir, -barrister, Clares- holm, Alberta, was married -to Janet Wood'burn, youngest daughter of the late Robert Cochrane, Ayrshire, Scot- land. The engagement is" announced of Miss Nora, only daughter of.Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hatcheson, of Sturgeon Palls, to Arthur H. Kelly, manager of the Traders Bank, Gadsby, Alia. The marriage will take place about the middle of August. Rev. D. W. Snider and Rev. Dr. Ben- son of St. Catharines, left last week for the general conference of the Me- thodist church, -which .will be held in- Victoria, B. C. They expect to visit Winnipeg, Calgary, Banff, Lethbridge, Vancouver and Victoria. L. F. Cross, accountant of the Pet- ei'bero -branch of Sank merce, has left for Pigeon Creek; Al- berta,