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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTF, FWIiniUTXJE DAILY THE BLUE STORE The Busiest Store of J After the Imsv sclliiiir we hml the successful 10 dn.ys sale, it is not sunmsimr that there should he hundreds of linos sold right down to the uddiuent gtajrc-. We have rooted out from every hole and corner in tho .tore hundreds of hnnrnins. Week will lie a real elcan uj, of all odd lines left over. It will he sold at a hi- loss lo us and a Ing savincr to von. Now or never is your chance to pro lit ny t.'is h Sale. Absolutely no reserve. All summer slock must go at any price. GROCERIES THE FAMOUS TETLEY'S TEA, 3 pound ggg EMPRESS BAKING POW- DER. 5 Ib. tin special offer during 7SC tn< Fair ALL OUR EXTRACTS. All Flavors. Regular 25c. size, to jo during the Fair at per bottle CLOTHES STARCH. Spec- ial, 3 for CORN tTARCH. 3 boxea for tww Beit Japan Rice 17 CHRISTIE'S BISCUITS Regular 25c box for per box CHARLES CREAM n !lb. TIN OF ALL PURE FRUITS it per can FOUR Bags for SALMON, B. C. ROYAL CROWN SOAP, 6 bar. CORN FLAKES 3 pkgei. for 2 pack- ages for RAISINS (seeded) special, Ib. CURRANTS 2 pounds for LADIES' 11.00 and J1.SO White Skirts to go at 10c L PURE 65c 25c lOc 20c 25c 25c lOc 25c nd J1.SO G5c LADIES' WAISTS These waists run from to but as It Is getting late In the season we have decided lo clear them out at a ridiculous price of 48c' LADIES' SKIRTS TO GO AT HALF PRICE PRINTS 1000 yards Print, Regular tic tc at per yard MEN'S HATS MEN'S SOFT Reg. to 4 OC for OUR COWBOY HATS p 45 for t.tO CLOTHING We have decided to give to those farmers that did net come. In during our sale who will surely be In to our fair a big bar- gain in Men's clothing. 100 MEN'S TWEED SUITS latest styles, and t suits for 50 MEN'S Regular 112.50 and Q QC for 0.80 117.50 A 4 O QC suits for I MEN'S PANTS Regul-. 14.50 and Pants for (S.OO, and pants for 9C sbV QC awW BOOTS AM) SHOES We have a f.w edd IsH of the fanqous Ameri- can Douglass Shoe for which we will sell during the fair llrrte. SHOES for OUR SHOE for OUR A Shoe for...... MEN'S FANCY SI-HUTS OUR 11.50 and Shirt, for I MEN'S WORKING Shirts, Good va'iue it 11.00, to go during the 2.95 2.20 Fair it MEN'S FANCY VESTS- REG. to no si MEX'S COTTON HOSE Reg. 35c and 50c Hose C3C 25c Cashmere hose I Uv OUR HEAVY WOOLEN HOSE, t fi. values for I WW MEN'S TIES IOC 35c and 50c Ties CUC MEN'S BRACES Reg. 35c and 50 to go at Store at 8 a.m. and at 6 p.m. We deliver to all parts of the city Phone 514 Hair Health FINE CROPS IN PINCHER DMRICT Creek, Aug. dii- oi Spring Hidge and Fishhnrn, are showing wonder- fully line crops, and other settle- ments'" reiion 'an favorable outlook.. "The disappointments occa- j( you hive any scalp trouble, Rexall. sioncd' by .-spell ,have given '93" Hair Tonic will promptly eradi-1 placl, lo the most optimistic leeling If Yeu'H.v. Scalp" or Take Advantage of This Offer We could not afford to so strongly continue to sell it as'we .do, if it did endorse Reiall "93" Hair Tonic Wd not do all we claim it-will. Should ojir enthiuias'm carry us, away, and Reiall "ti" Hair Tonic not give entire satis- faction to l.he users, they would lose faith in ns and our statements, and in consequence our business prestige Vould suffer. :We SBEiire you that If your hair is beginning to unnaturally fall out or dandrutf, stimulate hair growth and prevent premat.ure baldness. Our faith in Rexall "93" Hair Tonic ii 10 strong ihai we ask you to try it on our positive guarantee that your money will be cheerfully refunded it U not do as we claim. Two sizes, 660 tnd Sold only at our store Reiall Store. J. D. HiBlnbotham 4 Co., Ltd., special agents. UNITED STATES NAVAL MANOEUVRES CUT OUT London, Aug. Manchester Ouardian understands from a report Issued by the governor-general of Can- Ida that no mlljtla manoeuvres be undertaken by the United Statei on the Great 'Lakw this year. all around. Over twenty binders were at work in the Suramcrview settle- nyint, the stocks iniiicate a yield ol forty bushels to the acre. Haying operations have also been in full swing at Fishburn and elsewhere. Indications at- present are that the chiei engineer oi the Beaver Creek branch oi the Kootenay Alberta railway is going to he out in his reckoning with regard to that line being completed by 'the beginning oi Scpteniher. Only one out of the three TO PRESENT STEUBEN STATUE TO GBRMANV New York, Aug. tive Barlholdt, of Missouri, tailed to- day to present a replica the Baron yon Steuben stutue to the Emperor on behalf of the people of the States. United bridges to be erected has yet been completed. The recent rainy practically put things on the hum- mer for a time in the way of con- struction work. It is a question with many here if the time will he open j before nejt spring, but the chief en- gineer may have 'something to say about that. After a close vote in the town council a motion was carried' to go ahead with part of the work of drain- ing surface, water from the hill by three votes to two. The sticking S50.00 IN CASH.. PRIZES FOR ..BEST" BREAD AT. LETHBRIOGE FAIR MADE FROM OUR FLOUR 8e. prize list or write ua for full Information. ENTRIES FREE DAMAGE DONE AT CLARESHOLM CUrwholm, Ajifi. Farrer, 1'ive.y cur-old non of George Farrar, jeweller, hml the to break leg: this morning while plnylnc In n (imchinory yard. The hail storm TiwmU.v was the worst in the history of Claresholm. A bunt four p.m. heavy began to gather in the north and eventually the clouds moved par- ticularly ominous looking one looking UK If It was the heart of A hill ftotm. This cloud moved west to Willow Ureek and just slightly (Umafrfnf F. Klllott'K crops at New O.xtey. di- scenderi in htll of great force on the crops belonging to Lee Elgin int) Mo Cay brothers; from here grudually widening It spresd eastward and over Willow Creek to the west thousamla of acres Sot ween Clares- holm The damuge was worst about Woodhoiisc. The follow- ing sustained loss: The Holland farm Messrs. Meyland, Wm, U'hltehead. Messrs. Tovell, J. R. Hnr. in on and many others, while 0. Sim- mons, Drollingcr, Stevjfcsons and had only a of thc'lr cropa left. Prom Woodhouso thii ftorm went on lo CIMIUII.. and pro wed etui ward bridge. Many of who Hiiltcivd worn (ii'iWMnHiiK on (lie crop of this to pull them through nml henrtenins failure nr ruin !v the re- milt of fifteen hail. BOY SCOUTS HUNT FOR NELSON NAN Nelson, H. C., Aug. Kirch from daylight' lo long after nightfall yesterday fnilcil to reveal the slightest i'lcw as to the where- abouts of 11. A. Stewart, (In: well- known local lawyer, who alter being seen nuoul noon on Thursday last disappeared without leaving a trace, and today the boy scouts and a ty of citizens are conducting a sys- tematic search of the bush in the uptown portion of the city, which was searched by the po- lice yesterday. A reward of J.'iO has been ottered by tht citr for definite information which may lead to the discovery of the lost Be A Bit Cirious 1 -m You have tried other brands of ten. Now try Only in thlsg rniy cnn you flncl out just now rich, strung uudllouB Uluo Ribbon in. No other ten compares with it. And if you 1 find It superior to other ten, lake back the grocer wIlMuul money. of Count Togo, suffering from nn over-j been fiireeclcanrel some of I Jose of hanquets and' receptions, has.) program, tjfhc takes a rest. point with the councillors who voted against the motion is summed up in an object ion to spend so much mon- ey on this job hoforc learning the ex- tent of other public works that would he required th'is year. The park proposal of Thos. Morden was relegated to the hands of a conr- miUee, who will report on the cost of the .same. The "Flower of the Ranch" com- pany drove in from the station Tues- day evening .on the hotel conveyances in -A right good musical mood. Thej gave an'excellent performance here t a good-sized house.. The Lethbrirlge fair is going to at- tract quite a number from here'next week. Not a few strangers have been vis- iting in ihu town and district during (the past few weeks. Several of them arc from across the boundary and have been looking over available lands. and Canadian Scientists tell us the common house fly is the cause of more disease and death than any other agency. WILSON'S FLY PADS kill all the flitt and UM diseise geitni too. MOUSE HALTS TRAIN .Vewbursh, N. tied up all traffic on the Wwt Shore Ka.lrcad here for several hoiira. nil happened the big turn- J In yards wouldn't work, pnd the reason 11 wouldn't work was Hat a dimintitlve rodent had ventured In- to, the box containing the electrical appliances that [he big piccn of mechanism and hid short circuited the It-'wag late, this'Afternoon hsforc the of the trouble discovered and removed, WHY DON'T YOU COME TO Kerr's t Le There You WILL GET THE BEST VALUE 'OR That is in the market. You will wonder why haven't bought here before PEACI Next week there will be a shipment of realj CRAWFORD FREESTONE PEACHES which ive will sell at the Lowest Possible pric We have some very fine Clingstone Peaches this wjpk at per case. These are splendid value. Pears Crab Apples Plums AH these are in fine shape ALL KINDS OF VEGETABLES IN STOCK Cauliflower 15c each per Ib. Cabbage 3ic pe B. C. Pptatoes 8 Ibs. for 2Sc Green Corn 25c doz. per casci b. High Class Groceries of All Kinds at Lowest Price in own WE WOULD CALL Special Attention OUR SHOW AT THE FAIR There you will Samples of the High Class Stock we carry Look in at the door nearest the Race Track ;