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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ,iWftJtljXH^ 'A ....... >tatf.i>frfiMTiV-iV'ViV>.Ttf.iyiM^^ liiiiiriiimi liiimiiMii LTD. Lethbridge's Leading Trading Headquarters SOME CHOICE LINES. Prints, Crum's Best English, regular 15c. for...................................................IS^c " Good patterns, reg. 12|c. for............................................................ " Good values, reg. 10c. for..........................................................'�;^r Cotton. Challie's Dark and Light, reg. 15c. for..................................................l^|c Colored Muslin, reg. 7^c for.......................................... ........................ reg. 12ic tor....,.............................................................. White barred Muslin, r%. 7|c for-----......................................... ..................''c Fancy striped Muslin, reg. 7^c for............................................................... reg. 15c for............................................................12i " " " reg. 110.00 for................................................�7.p!irtment also for New Fall Qdbds. s. SPECIAL. Ladies" Coats and Skirts for early fall wear, ^ho latest styles and patterns received by Express to-day-Nice Goods at reasonable prices. Those ,'ir(> the celebrated "Rogers Garmenls." LTD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ESTABLISHED 1885 I Force Sale One 5-roomed house in Noith Ward Good income property 4 Lots near the Elevator for $750.00 cash W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberca Lands and Letlibridge Properties Room 1, Southard Block. Phone 122 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. LETHBRIDGE Conservatory -or- MUSIC J. GEO. HARPER DIRECTOR RE-OPENS Tuesday, Sept. 2,'07 KERR CO. BID NOT BUY. lite rumoB that aiioatles Hebcr J. Grant and' Reed ."Smoot would at-ieiHln>ur fstakc comt'eronce aiMt whilo : here iHcely make a doil with the Kerr Co. on the Cophrano Ranch, proven 'to be incorrect aa neither Mr. Grant nor Mr. Smoot is hero, the former Iwlng detainco by buslncssand ;�te^l�t��r\;d con.sidoral)ly in tne operation of the mill. EXPIX)SION AT MEDICINE Hi,V r. Medicine Hat, Aug. 12.-The whole city was shaken this morning l>y the explosion of several tons of powder which was stored in the old Earl residence just outside the corporation limits. Tho powder was 'l)eing transferred to the new mag'azine at Dun-more junction, and it is thoughtthose engaged in the work may have Ijcen smoking and carelessly dropped a match. Georee Austin and George Brown were in the building at the tinae. The former's clothing caught fire and he Vas horribly burned lic-fore it cotild be cut on himi. His recovery is not expected. Brown escaped, almofiit unhurt. A team of hor;ses Standing near had the hair singed completely olT tliern and were badly burned ^n spots. Nothing is left of the house. REQINA SYNOD. Regina, Aug. 15.-The trionniul Session of the synod of the province of -Rupert's Xjand met in RBsinc�it;'in liUthbridgB. COMB AND SEE The Bdl ffingiini DBiiglitB' At the Bijou Theatre -ox- Thursday, Friday & Saturday Evenings A TRUE SCENE FROM LIFE Moving pictures, showing story of a Gambler's wife forced to assist in robbing Iier father but who later, through her little girl, bocnnte roeonciletl to her father. This is only 1.5 of the scene. Admission, 15 nnd 10 Cents BIJOU THEATRE Hill Block. Duffcrin St. BOTH Fashioo and good taste demand suitable shoes for every occasion. ''Queen Qualhy" Shoes enable you to indulge this taste without extravagance. And with the charm of variety and correct style, they combine moderate price. ''Queen Quality** Shoes present a shoe for every occasion, a style for every taste, a fit for every foot. We want you to see the beautiful low cut styles we are now showing at $3.00 and $3.50 a.pair. Vjt FRED GOW & CO. ^ YOUR EYES We have the scientific instrutnents for determining anil c-orrecting any and all defects of vision, no matter the nature of your case. If your glasses do not suit you jMirfectly, call on us. We fit any eye that responds to light. You are invited to call, We delight in showing our methods and equipment. The testing of eyes is not a matter of guess work, nor is it a matter of trying on ixiirs of ready made glasses. It is science, goveriiod by priuciplns which none but a person who has studied the. anatomy of the eye can understand. No guess work in our methods of testing the Eye. G. K. OREN. Eye Specialist, post graduate of Winona Optical College and Sotith Bend Optical Institute. R. A. WRIGHT, THE JEWELER ;