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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Wednesday, August np o Jo oe Swept Out At Any Old Price Ten Days of Brisk CommenciBg K Summer Sale UXDIIEDS AND HUNDREDS of ends and odd lots to be cleaned up in a left over from the tremendous selling of the July Sale. We've been too busy to attend to them, but during the last few days we've been sorting them out and measuring them up ready for a grand Clean Sweep Sale of the whole lot. The Clean Sweep Broom will clean out every corner of this great store. to Wear Goods, Suits. Dresses, Col- lars. Belts, Whitewear, Remnants of Dress Goods. LinepsT Cottons, etc. And at these prices we early Thursday morning. Oddments To Be Honsecleaned Regardless Of Cost Dress Muslins To Go Before The Broom About a thousand yards of the prettiest dress muslins have seen this season. tr- ilors.1 aiiu stripes in all colors, also pl-ln white and black. We need the room so out they Good Bye To Suits and One Piece Dresses Klegam or.e-piece dresses made of fine Duality of tuulls and handsomely trimmed with laces and embroideries. Colors are white, sky and linen. Regular prices were and and linen wash suits. We'll broom them out at Also white duck Fancy Colored Lisle Hose Nearly Half Early yet to make such sharp reductions but we need the room. Fanty hose in wisteria, alice, sky, navy, rose, smoke, etc. the best 50c and 65e val- have ever seen. Clean. Sweep Price BLACK LISLE HOSIERY Extra lisle and maco hos- iery for women, that would earlier in the season at 35c a pair. Best Hermsdorf jlye and fine quality, only a BLACK SPUN SILK HOSE Regular price was and should have sold in a. hurry'as the value is excellent. We'll ynake them lower in the Clean Sweep Sale, so hurry, a 23e Baby's Bonnets S1.25 FINE RIBBED COTTON VESTS The best GOc cotton' vest for women, without sleeves: an extra grade and prettily trimmed with self lace. Clean Sweep them 45c Dresses for 95c Most of these pretty white lawn dreeses have never been shown before. All fresh and crisp out of their boxes. Prettily trimmed with laces and inser- tions and made of fine quality lawn. -Ages 3 to 8 years. Regu- lar prices were and -Buy them by the half- dozen at this low Women's Lisle and Silk Gloves To Go All our fine 50c, 60c and 65c silk and lisle gloves at one price for this marvellous Clean Sweep Sale. Extra quality, in tan and black, with two' dome fastener. Before the Broom, 95c CHILD'S WHITE PIQUE COATS Serviceable coats for girls from 3 to 7 years of age. Made of fine pique and fancy vesting. Embroidery trim ined. Regular St.-75 WHITE SERGE OOATS Pretty coats for children t, to S years, elaborately trim med with sfU rui.! instituted for the girls who are unable to study through the day. The main object cr the' home and the Young Women's Christian j morrow on the Zambesi river course, j is 0 to 4 on Arnst, the present cham- pion. WANT TO STRIKE AGAIN London, Aug. is a feeling of sreat unrest among Grand Trunk strikers over the official statement that a number of men will not taken In some quarters there is a strong feeling that the strike should be called again. (Special to the Herald) Femie, Aug. expected visit of the D. O. K. K.'s from Spokane, which had been arranged for yester- day, did not materialize, owing to some mixing of dates, and it is ex- pected that the visitors will be wel- comed by the local K. of P. lodge about the end of the month. MINISTER OF CUSTOMS RETURNING Liverpool, Aug. Hon. Wm. Pat- terson, Canadian minister of customs, sails for luc Virginias Fri- Temperance Union is to lend a First thing in the morning, ensure a for your day's work. Before breakfast, drink ;