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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Friday, August is still on at the Crosby Shoe Store. We do exactly as advertise. We give 20 per cent, off inarked prices, and our prices are jnarked right. Xo boosting prices. We have a few old ods left, only a o few, and these are being sold below cost, to make room Edited by Phone 1052 This is the view maay Torontouians take regarding the influx of guests to the coming Toronto exhibition: The Coming Host ._ this month, some gentle letters Hint of our approaching fate. For the guests tor Exhibition Now begin to intimate That they're thinking of a "Just a day or two. my dear, And we know you'd like to see So we'll come without a fear." Courier. Suffer from rheumatism You will find an almost perfect uric-acid solvent and marvellous relief in This makes a. delicious sandwich of toasted bread, melted broiled bacon. cheese, and DID'NT LIKE TONE OF LETTER INSURGENTS CARRY CALIFORNIA San Francisco, iAug. gency appears to have won the day Jin California. Tonight there is no A-P. for new goods aniYin s; daily. o A big assortment of Shoes and Working Men's Shoes, at prices that compel people to take notice and then buy. We have a new and complete line of and fine slices. It will pay to look at our goods and prices before buying elsewhere. Look at our special snaps Friday and Saturday. They tfron't last long. This ''Drought Sale7 will last till it rains ffood'and hard Begin Block Round Street. PERCY CROSBY, Prop. SUCCESSOR TO F.GERMAN SOCIAL AND 'PERSONAL -Mrs. Arnold and Miss Rogers will be the tea hour hostesses at the Ten- nis club tomorrow. Miss Wiseman, who has been visit- ing Mrs. Shannan and Mrs. S. Jack- son, returned today to her home in Clinton. Ont. Miss Lumsden, who hag 'been visit- ing her nephew. D. A. Smith. Wesi- Written By Attorney Genera to the Trades And Labor Council At the Trades and Labor Council meeting last evening the previous mo- tion re the sending of a delegate to the Canadian Trades Congress at Fort William'in September was re- and whatever surplus money the council may have on hand will go towards establishing a labor bur- eau. Letters from the acting secre-