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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta MMMMMMIMNNI LTD Lethbridge's Leading Trading Headquarters SOME CHOICE LINES. Prints, Oram's Best English, regular 15c. for...................................................12Jc " Good patterns, reg. 12$c. for............................................................lnc " Good values, reg. 10c. for.............................................................^31' Cotton. Ohallie's Dark nml Light, rog. l�c. for.................................................. Colored Muslin, reg. 7Jc for.................................................................... reg. 12Ac for.................................................................."J11 White barred Musfin, reg. 7^c for...............................................................{\c Fancy striped Muslin, reg. 7ic for............................................................... reg. loc for............................................................I'-k " " " reg. 20c for..................................................;...........]'K' Fine Colored Dimities, light green and'white, dark blue and white, black and white, reg. 2.V for.....I7|c Dotted Swiss Muslins, light blue with white, white with black, white with blue. reg.2")c for..........lrJe Fancy Black Muslin, in lace stripes, reg. 15c. for............ ...................................12Jc " " '.......reg. 20c. for.................................................lf"' White Dotted Swiss, reg. 22Jc for............................................................. " reg. 25c. for...............................................................20e Light and dark blue Muslin, reg. 40c for........................................................j'Oc Dress Lengths in Silk Organdie, reg. $7.50 for.................................................$0.00 ...... ' reg. $8.50 for.................................................W-"" .......... reg. $10.00 fur................................................ Special Value in Lawns at............................................................I'V and 12Ac The nlnve are all this seasons goods, but we neetl the space 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 t the minute in style, quality ami price. In the Ladies' Wear Department Upstairs will he found interesting prices in Shirt Waist Suits, Underclothing, etc., etc. We need room in this department also for New Fall Goods. SPECIAL. 1 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 LETHBRIDGE. RLTR. Force Sale One 5-roomed house in Notth Ward Good income property 4 Lots near the Elevator for $750.00 cash W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberia Lmds and Lcthbridge Properties Room 1, Southard Block. . Phono 122 LETHBRI.DGE, ALTA. Woollen Millt Running. The L*>thhridgi> \Voolh>n Aiills Co. Imw hnd thvir lull in o|wrntion for a w��k now anil iIm� llrsi lilnnkcts nro W'iinj wo von todny. Tin- smioit\ of luhor lias l.itnli'ivil t-oiisidorulily in tno ojwrutioii of tho mill. i KXPt.OKlOX AT MKltlCISK IL\T Day of Joy and Gladness. ItASF.IlMX. Srho.il starts ,n Monday. Aujjnftt | l^tW>ri kIik| tu hnmt hnvlntf MirWM fortunes. On Monil.iy tho dir.- of tlu-ir young h,i|kffui|v pitching both guinos iirnl dkl guod work In both. Tho scores wi'iv 'J-1 tiu'i .--a. On Tuosduy. Calgary took tho first puino * by a score of 1)-11, liMikiiiK seven-"of tho runs In tho socoml inn- tu I lio m o.; Hi'*. l.-iHlcr iiu-ivlos of tho |xxl-Tho sniil young hopefuls if it, tthil" the toachors will return with mingled ftvlings of regivt nnd  |iU-,isiiiv (ifl.'r six wifks of pleasure Medicine Hat. Aug. 12.-Tho whole n,,| c,iiui ns th.-ir rcspoctlvo holiday j11 wus �" �wJul �"Bl>t,-r. ty was shnkon this uiorning by the 'were spoilt ; Schurch who was pitching was a ! city explosion of Hevrrul tons of powdor which wns storod in thu old Kiui ros-i idenre just outskle the corporation limits. Tho powdor wus Iving trans-fcrrod to tho now niaguzino ul Dun Tin. School Hoard has n 8n,n*, "k,s "' Ih.. ,tt.ml�iuo of ,.�pils will pro!,- j until it wus to Into to finish It. Itog-more junction, and it is thoughtthoso ,|,h U. somewhat light until thoflrst ,"rs �n(l ltaniirl�Ml umlertook to ui,-engage in the work may huso u�-n of ' S,pt.-u>br>r. although parents !" t�� �wnth i,",tn�is wl,"n smoking and ivuvlessly dropi^l u u,uiul)l H,d..avor to huxv the pupils J^thbrWeo was ahead tho talgar.v match. tle,r,;e Austin and C.,�r�. L,lir, ,i.h the rest so as to give all , l''�>Vis thought it was time 'to yuit Urown wore in the building at the |,, even start and save tile tinio of nwl Ioft tno ft'UI- Tho M,nols ',l> " tlmb. Tl� former's clothing cnught I to.h toiuhois aiwl pupils who did mandod the gome but tl� uiiti.nvs flro ami he Vas horribly burii.il fore K could Ixs cut oft him. His recovery is not expoelpd. Urown escaped, almost unhurt. A team of hor,se* Stamling near hu�rc l.nill 1 Tlii- spi'i'ial itKs-tings at the Sal the house. burned In spots. Nothing is left o'f|Vati,,n Arn,v ,,rt' ,mv"inB SUI' e-ss. t'upt ami Mrs. .lohnstoiK' ami 'Limit. Wright are attracting large j.-i-oHils, the liiirnii'ks l�cing veil fill-.nI ..x.t.v iiiiclnrc�l it oft on account of �Uirk Iness and the scon- ivverlcil to the sixth 4-1. The gnmo is prolest�il. ICdnioiHtin has lnvn doing things to tho lint ami is now lending th.-UniSuo ivgain. lj�st night the llus City twini wore defeated at the Capital by 7-1 In a fast game. Crist and Works worn the opposing pitchers. m KERR CO. DID NOT BUY. Tho rumot that apostles lleber J. Grant and Reed 'Smoot would nt -t*ud"t)ur stako cemferonee awl while here likely mako a deal with the K*ir Co. on Uio Coohrano Ranch, proves 'to lie Incorrect as neither Mr. Grant nor Mr. Smoot is hero, the former being detainee, by tuslnessaiul the latter by illness. Respecting the Ranch deal the situation to that the owners have not accepted the prop-osHioa'mado thorn by the 0. W. Kerr Co. _^ The Kerr Co. says the price asked for the Mand is out of reach and unless somo new development takes plaits the Kerr Co. ui'l not take over tho proVrt.-lt.i> ninnd Chronicle. Ilogina, Aug. 15.-The iri<*nniaii flCBHion of the synod of the proviueo of Rupert's L�iid mi�t In lt<'gina yesterday. One of tho chief topics of discuss ion will be ivteiHioM of lIk diocese of Rupert's I-a ml as the uu-trup oliUin see. This will come 'up under a notice of motion given 'by C.C IV Conykwaro. K.C., Kethbrldg.', wiiicb would provld.1 for tlic election of the metropolitan by tho house of bishops MAKING 'IXll'R OK INSPKCTION. C. K. McPhorson, general pnssen -gcr agent of the C.l'.R. for the western division, with headquarters at \Vinni|M'g, s|ient n few hours in Cul-gury yestordiay, nnd left for lOdmou ton on the afternoon train. Mr. Mcllierson is on one of his regular visits of inspection over his division, and stated thut the volume of traffic so far this y�nr hud gi\iit-ly excouded that of any foniu�r yimr. Tho crops, he stiUI, in AHicrta and Saskatchewan werw much better than thoso of Manitoba, although favor -able weather 'during the past couple | of weeks had greatly improved the lattor and n fair averngo yieUl was oxjwcitcd. (!. A. Stevens who is managing tho now 'Bijou th*iitiv In the IMll block .loluistoiie's little toy, al out thive Dufferin St., is putting on a fhw lot yours old. is uli-.-mly u favorite with ()f moving pictures. His charge of Hi.' crowds who are interested in the |.'i"JhkI 10 cents a