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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 23, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta BENTLEY CO., Ltd SPECIAL SALE FOR TEN DAYS ONLY. HAVING computed our Scmi-Aniiual Stock Takinf, we have Odd Lines we are anxious to clear to HMke room for NEW FALL GOODS now arriving. To these we have added balance of SUMMER GOODS, and for the next TEN DAYS will offer some values which will be hard to beat. Here a few samples:- _Prints. Lawn. Hose Vieilinits. Towds. Etc. 60 PRINT BLOUSES...................each 40c 250 Yaidi PRINT.....................per yaid 5c 180 Yaids LAWN..................... " 10c 60 Y�rd� VEILINQ................. " 10c aOO Yards Strinad and Checked Zephyn " 10c 14 Down TOWELS......................each dc 10 Dozen GlaM Towels................... " 10c 25 Doeen Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose.. per pair 25c WHITE BLOUSES........Regular price $1.25 for $1.00  " " ........ " " $1.50 " $1.20 " " ......,. " $1.75 " $1.35 ........ " " $2.15 " $1.50 SHIRT WAIST SUITS... " ' $5.00 " $3.60 ........ " " $4.75 " $3.25 U " " ........ '* " $4.00 " $2.85 600 Yards Best English Prints......Regular 15c for 12ic Ladies' and Men's Lace and Button Boots and Shoes 12 pair MEN'S BUTTON SHOES, regular price, $4.00, for.................................... $3 CO 65 pair Oeo. A. Slater's luvictiw Slioes for Men. Regular $4.00 to $5.50. sizes G to 10, your choice at.................................. $3.50 aud $4.00 25 pair J. D. King �fc Co.'s Men's Shoes, regular $4.00 to $6.00, for.....................$3.50 and $4.CX) All perfect goods ,but only two or three pair of each lino, including Patent Leather. Tan, Box Calf, Douglas. &c 12 Pair Women's Tan Oxfords... .Regular $2.25 for $1.75 18 Pair Wcmien'8Tan Lace Boots.Regular $2.75 for $2.00 About 50 Odd Pairs of Boots at Less than Cost Price. Balance of Summer Clothing for Men at Sweeping Reductions. Come in and look at the Goods we have quoted. In Groceries we have the Best of Everything at Right Prices. BufcWin. - BM�rT�riiM, - Partlud Ccmcnl. - BviMiu!P*per. - Loaded Shells, - Sc. NEW FALL GOODS AR.IUVED Medicine Hat Blankets. Ladies* Underwear. Stanfield tf Wolsey Underwear for Men, W. G.VIt Shirts and Collars, Linens, Dress Patterns, Faacy Ribbons, Hosiery. &e. Lamps. Crocks. Glasses, Flower Pots, tfe. AUGUST 20.1906 BENTLEY CO., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. > z o CO > H z u OQ IIUV HALF INTBllEST. Cartlston and Hagrnth Hon Tntorost-rd in Tuber Mi no. Httikor nros., Mngrath; C. F.. Snow. K..T, Wood nnd Robart. Ibey o| Ctirdston, 4iavc purchnscd a ono.-half interest in tho Wilcox-Marcli.'s-spttult inino at "Palwr and a Oist-c\aaa pinnt will he installod nt once and this niino put in a first-clnss working condition. nRCETPTS AT THE TAtn. Financial Hctiirns Woro Quito Satisfactory. Ijaft week's fair was a complete nimncial success. Tho receipts from tho gate ��nrf.3lt-ed i( Tenderer rcfusea or fails to enter into tt satisfactory contract. The lowest or any Tender not in r essarily accepted. .IAME3 A. MACDONALD. � Architect. Rooms 21-22. Soiithiird Block, FOn SALE. Oopd ranch of 160 acres, about three miles from Ijcthbridgo, .>ow buildings, about 40 head of cattle, mostly steers, 15 head of good horses, seven o{ which are marcs, farming implements, etc., enquire at Herald office. Opera House Uthbridge Two Nights eorameneing Wednesd^ Aug. 29 Dick P. Sulloa's Big Vaudeville Co. 3 O-People-3 0 BandandOrehestra Farces Comedy Specialties Sketches 4 Musicftl Claytons 4 Minnie Adams Operatic Vocalist The Great French Trick Violinist Emile Chcvriel FOU SALE. The following horses for sale: Children'.s pony, very gentle. tan be ridden or driven. A, bargain $.15. Indies' saddle pony, well broknn, height 14.1 (about) f55. Sorrel pony 3 year old, broJen, gentle, height 15 hands, excellent saddle horse ?100. " The two last may be viewed in town. -Vpply C. E. D. Lowe, Lelh -bridge Hotel. THE FIELD OF SPORT. (Continued on page four.) bridge are ready to at any time send a representative to a meeting called for such a purpose. 4 MuUaly Sisters 4 America's Vauacville Queens The Depews-Sketch Artists The Great Cummings ana Pinky Comedy Dancers Change of Bill Each Evening Wednestlay night A Family Affair Thursilay night / The Church aeross the Way PRICES. 50e. 75e. fl.OO Reserved Seats at Higiubotlmui's Drug Store Either J, Fred Hume or Dr. Hall will be . tile* LitiiDral candidate, for the B. C. Legislature for Nelson city. Tlio Ix'thbridge ball team visit.jd Great I'alls this veek and won two matches. Of the first match tho Great Falls Tribune says: By a score df 17 to 1,S, the Leth -bridge baseball teana defeated the Black Fagle boys at Black Eaglo park yesterday afternoon. The exhibition was not as good as had been expected, both teams being up in the air most of the time. In the seventh inning the Lethbridge players scored H runs, nnd after Uiat the came took on the appearance of a poor farce. Tt wns stated after the game that the Lethbridge team was play'nif threo. ^substitutes and was witho'it its regular pitcher. Had they hnd thc-^o. the score might have Kvn pvrn Worse for the. local team. The report of tho second match roads: The Lethbridge baseball team stor n\ a second victory in the city yen tcrdny afternoon, when tho miix^il team of Elks and Knights of I'y thias went down to defeat by � score of 1.3 to 10. The Canadians played a much liettcr game than on the previous diiy, i\nd the local team, which wns oiitcliissrd in field work, made a crpdltnble .showing. Gasman was in the box for the locals, Tho Lethbridge team leaves for home on this morning's train. Two thousand people woro killed in nn earthquake at Valparaiso, Chili. Among the many new and nov'jl animal and other feature acts tf Burch and Roiss' World's priicuvt shows, which will exhibit in this city fafternoon and night on Thi