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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Angmt LETHBlftlXiE DAILY HERALD The Entire Stock of Menys ClotMng, Boofe and Shoes, Furnishings, Fix- tures, Etc, Etc HUST BE SQLD AT ANY the Next thirty Days. Owing to my musical success1 the past few years and .by; M advice of great.musicians to continue my: musical career, I to sell but and devote all my time to my violin studiesjfo'r chichi'Will leave shortly have sold out. (Signed) SamSadowski In Order tq Clear Out Such a Large ancl ;.Gornplete Stock in Thirty: Days ,We Will Clear Stock at _, _; iv i i v _ X- f Below. Now Timeio Act and Gpmpldte. CARMANGAY HAD BIG CROWD AT FAIR (Continued'From Front Page! Idea -1" mouth Wafer, and the judges bad their work cut out. It was a ease of close decisions in many instances and those who lost out had nothing In bB ashamed ol. The judges in >h? ladies' department were: Mrs. Hul- ner, Lethbridge Mrs. Ainsley, Chl- o, and Mrs. Lorntr, of Nelson, C. There was a very creditable dis- ay oi ituatcur photography and art ork. The gold watch presented by Jew- cr Morewood for the largest ex- bil, was won by Mrs. ttobert Burns Uowville, who had no less than 50 ifferent articles on exhibit. The presented by Mr. James Mc- augMoii, M.l'.l'. for. the best ex- bit of crock and print butter, were on by Mrs. J. II. Shearer and Mrs obert Uurus. The special priies given by Finla} nd Kallis for the best collection o amateur photography was won b) Irs. U. D. Hummon, the second priz eipected dred in twoT uo'atbs. .-jf" t a snepp rweic in .-4.- liurgcss' ialheri-.-.who th< v'JIr A St." Kugere B Hogg Councillor R. A.- Mow! Mrasrs) Thomas Good. was'declared'to te aiyeat )m- n-fr .v ptoyement_ovcr J.ast.yeaj.' .l'a! I..- hlib .The Sport on botn sidei I There was a 'pleasing'program ol I ('.ifli. n Wood -tuari-Ml'nnlv liv __-__' x-i.i iv... Hallway df'pttn Jporf, "marred .only the Hallway when one.-pt the riders., was.thrown ife noc.a to I1.' n tho running race, sustaining nasty Agtnv i'. I.' K. nj'Jl'jS." and'A.'B. S muraiij On Tuesday .there were some cratibrotl al they'were bet-' it.a-.ascc. mac Vajlty (o v Wednesday Program. ot Tom INCREASED rcn Ottawa' 'Aw of- tie LC.Jt, wlUi nnM of l'i lo iii a Free-Ior-all 'Trot or Tom Uem'ajM Wui -.Jin (o Ulan tindsay's I.tin- (or intsiiiieal. dy's, "Robttt, v Vrw-fftr-aHiRinmrftg ;