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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE'fcAILY I-AGE SEVE: ACLEiBILL OFJBLIH Aid of Dominion Government to be Invoked to Assure Pure Milk Supply Lethbridge Chickens at Calgary Show Won Many of the Best Prizes poultrymcn u( the hcsl breeders in 4ho way. In produce' the at tlic Calgary fair. The distinction; is one tlmt may well make the Ijridge men proud, for not'. did their birds s'liiw dian chickens whero robsti ''hu't That tho citizens' o't' LellihridEO, cs-1 they 'hush-Mi tho crowing ol some of i the best hlrde from Indiana and 111- pecially.the infants, maybe asbuied_ a3 Blatcs. of'a pure and wholesome supply of Thc Alberta; bred fresh in.order to stamp out Brahma cock, was pronounced by Urn bovine tuberculosis in southern Al-j judges as one of tho best they had Ii'eiU, .tiie-.Iloard of Health decided ever seen at any show. Tbe local linen are quite'well satisfied with tha allcrnoon to invoke the d d th n( ilm immi irnvprnnipnli. Ill aid; of.-the'.Dominion government fan do quite as well here next week. having the. tuberculin lest applied to inspection by the ystermarits cmnb BIack Mill. njay not work a hardship to I orca cock ]at aml 2nd single comb sniall owner, the Hoard of Health k M) a lgt 3nd had recommended that the license ifor j hrothcrs Mml milk vendors be reduced _ to Jl. orm cook 2nd ,.ose comb the tests are put into lorcc, every h 3ndana 3rd -silver Sea- cow must clean bi oi health ki ht banta cock isl and Bll. befprc her wil lie allowed to be soid in he city Tins not only ap- Se plies to- tuberculosis, but to all otlh t 2 er .'diseases that in any way hc.' 3rd cock antam hen, 2nd and coml] hc comb ban- the milk render it.unfit for hu- man consumption. Thc covfs must. Sam Jones, Anftrew Graham, Ar- thur Spence, Isaac Emm'erson, Rbht. not, only but they must .gcott p Waterhouse intelligent en ergy-and the use ,of agen- cies which arc known re- freshers, Every, .merchant in tills cominiuij.ljr 'keep. l''s business vigorous Ibis sum- mer by making prepara- tions in advance, and by employing tbe advertising columns of this newspaper. Preparation is the secret of success. Get ready now your programme for July and August, make plans for every week. Make every week sparkle with sonic fresh inducement or attrac- tion, and advertise, Adver- tise, ADVERTISE. is the'Use of :devising doingv extraordinary things, if the public whom yon "arc serving, is left in ignorance of all ylun mid It's here to-morrow, "THE PANAMA CANAL" See it "AT THE on exhibit on our second floor from July 3rd to July 9th Children's Dresses A bevy of' these Children's Dresses, fine white lawn, pret- tily trimmed with lace and em- broidery, sizes 1 to 4 years, reg. ?1.50 51.75 Ladies' Dresses .Ladies' Embroidered Dresses, just seven of these handsome Swiss embroidered dresses, klni- ona sleeve, silk gird- AC le, reg. Iloyal Worcester Corsets, the linest brand we carry. Style is medium bust, long hip, four hose supporters lace trim- fij med, regular 51.75.. I Boys' Sliirts Boys' Negligee Shirts, soft double cuffs and collars to matoh, all neat, clear patterns! sizes to 14, regular value J1.-00 Tor I W W Men's Shirts lien's- Grey .Ceylon Flannel Shirts, summer weight, collars to match, all sizes up to 17. Regular value 51.50 Boys' Wash Suits Boys' Wash. Suits, all colors and styles, sizes ui> to boys of 6 years; values 50, 81.75, for Men's Straw Hats Men's Straw Hats, all we have left, all sizes to go at Values up to 12.00..... 'Remnant Sale Tomorrow 100 Dress Goods, Linings, Muslins, Prints, Ginghams and Fancy Wash Goods, also. Sheetings, Pillow Cottons, Towellings, Laces and Trimmings; all clearing regardless of cost. Quality First Groceries on Sale Tomorrow 25c 25c GREENGAGE PLUMS, QUEEN OUIVES 3 bottles CUSTARD large glass Monk and Glass APPLES 2 (3-lb) cans...... PINEAPPLE CHINKS, 3 cans SMITH'S JAMS 5-lb pail.......... 25c 48c 75c K1A-ORA Essence, a 69c 21c 21c 40c cool summer Drink........ ROBERTSON'S BRAMBLE JELLY RED CURRANT JELLY LARGE JUICY ORANGES, dozen Curtain Scrims Curtain ecru In striped voile, 2 pieces tan and green and rqd stencil effect border, 50" wide, regular COc............ Floor Oil Cloths Two rolls of this heaTy im- ported Floor Oil Cloth, prettr green block design, 2 wide, worth in regular way 40c, per square yard.. Window Shades Pretty Window Shades, plain dark green with dainty cream or white insertion set in regular 85c----- Ladies' Tennis Shoes Ladles' Tennis Shoes, whits canvas with red rubber soles. Tbe celebrated NorVie moke, size 3 to 6, regular for Slip- Specials .from .our AVine Section LETHBRIDGE BEER: Case of 2 dozen quart bottles Case of 2 dozen pint bottles A SPECIAL >OR THE SMOKER All our regular brands, of 3 for 25c cigars to go on sale tomorrow for 2SC Ladies' Slippers Ladies' Buskin House .pers, sizes 3 to reg. value ?l.35 for Misses' Boots Misses' Vici, Pat. Toe Button Boots, sizes 11 to 2 QA Reg. for I Misses' Bluchers Misses' Bluchers, all sizes, re- gular value tf 4 QQ for liWW This Lot to Clear 20% 300 pieces of Neckwear, Belli, Beads and Girdles, all smart, up-to-the-minute styles, a whole table of them. All sell- Ing at prices 20% less than re- gular. Snunders' celebrated working model o[ the Panama Canal is on exhibition on the second floor of this big slore. This is a wonderful piece of work and attracts thous- ands wherever it has been shown. As an educational feature we consider it the best that has ever come to this city, and is one that every man, woman and child in Lcthb'ridgc'aild vicinily should see. It is an exact reproduction of the Panama Canal and shows with wonderful clear- ness the locks, lakes, cuts, etc., accompanied by lectures. This is here for you to FREE. To all Lelhbridge and.vicinity .WELCOME. Hotson, Leader and Good have se- cured a big contract from the city of Cranhrook in connection with the new. waterworks system. There are really two contracts, one being for a dam and reservoir, and the other for pipe lino. For the latter a little over 10 miles of be required. The local firm secured this work bidding-against Vancouver and other contractors. Work will be begun im- mediatDly and will give employment to a large number of idle men. Skin Peeling Nature's Aid to New Complexion Ordinary mercolized wwx is a nat- ural bcnntifler. By flecking oft ibe de- vitalized surface sldn, it merely hast- ens Nature's work. The second skin layer, brought gradually to viow, ex- uliits tho healthy, youthful color pro- riuced by capillary circulation. This. iiccnUEc tbe capillaries are thus orousht nearer tbe surface; also be- i-Ruse the new skin is unsoiled-by sun, wind or dirt. This wax, to be had at ay drug store (an ounce, will is on nightly like cold cream, wash- i off morning? with warm water. Its work usually Is completed in from soven to ten d'ays, long enough not to show too marked results to, .lay, or cause discomfort, or detention iflcors. A fnco .bath to remove wrinkles, niadn by dissolving an ounce of IXNV- :lered saxolite In a half pint witch liazel, Is another natural beautlfler, slneo its astringent and tonic .proper- lies smooth out wrinkles in accord- inco with Nature's own process. the following is a list of the stud- ents who are at present writing on the teacher' examinations in the High School: June 24th to July 4th GKAUE First Class: Roxio Armstrong, Mary L. Uorgat, I Horatio N. Cascadcn, Luella A. Cas- caden, William Davis, .Joseph Edward Earl, Jennie King, Arthur R. Mor- gan, Clarence Eli. Sherlock, Margaret Fern Smith. June 21th to July 3rd GRADE XII. Teachers' Second Class Margaret Catherine Disney, Harold E. Gray, Margaret Isabel Hunt, Alice Tulford Jones, Vivian J. Keith, James A. Maxwell, James Harper Mitchell, Joan Elizabeth Pipes, Clarence R. Price, May Rich- ards, Robert Earl Sang, Arthur G. Scroggic, James S. .Wallace, George Joan Wood.. Premier Sifton Offered Macleod Postoffice Site Macleod, July Sifton, ivho stoppad 'in town for a few hours today, on being. interviewed by some of his friends, made the statement that he would sanction the granting of tbe northeast corner of the public square for' the purpose of erecting a post office and other Dominion government offices thereon. In view of the fact that the general. public impression in Macleod haa he'eii that the Alberta government, was averse to the granting of any of their holdings for purposes of federal .'of- fices, this is exceedingly good news, and .will doubtless be readily accept- ed by the local tJonservativo associa- tion and by the LAST PICTURE OF DECK TAKEN OF ILL- FATED EMPRESS LETIIBRIDGE FAIR July 7. Genuine Moving Pictures of Empress to be ;