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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta July of Undergarments are offered at a remarkable saving at the Quality Store. Ladies' Night Gowns, $1.65 Made of fine quality white Cambric, trimmed with embroidery and lace insertion, lace around yoke and sleeves, full size. Worth $2.00. Special $1.65 $1.25 for Gowns worth $1.50 Good quality white cotton gowns, trimmed with embroidery insertion and tucks. Yoke effect, Special price $1.25 ^ 75c. for Gowns worth $1.00 Ladies9 nightgowns, trimmed with lace around ueck and staves, tucked yoke, full size. Special 75c. Ladies' Corset Covers $1.25 Handsome undergarments, trimmed with three rows of lace insertion and finished with lace and baby ribbon. All sizes, worth $1.50, special $1.25 95c. for Corset Covers worth $1.25 Made of fine white cambric and trimmed with fine lace and insertion. Special 05c Exclusive Dress Muslins. Hundreds of yards of these i mer muslins-cotton, and silk and cotton mixed Styles and color-ings the most effective and pleas* ing that we have ever shown. Thrio special lines at 20c., 25c, and 10c. See our windows. Dainty Summer Blouses. New and becoming styles in ladies* fine lawn and mull blouses, all trimmed with fine embroideries, laces, etc. The very latest creations are to be found in our ladies' ready-to-wear departmental moderate prices. Blouses at $1.50 to $4.50 $3.25 for Underskirts worth $4.00 Au extra fine garment, made of good quality white lawn, trimmed with two rows of deep lace insertion and hemstitched tucks, finished with heavy lace around bottom, 22in, flounce. Special $8.25 $1.85 for Underskirts worth $2.25 ade of fine white cambric, ISin. lawn flounce, trimmed with one row of * heavy lace insertion and tucks, finished with heavy lace around bottom. All lengths, special $1.85 95c. for Underskirts worth $1.25 Good quality .White Cotton underskirts finished with 0 inch em* broidery and tucks. Special 95c. $1.00 for Ladies9 Drawers worth $1.25 A very fine cambric garment with muslin frill trimmed with fine lace and lace insertion. Special 1.00 Ladies' Drawers worth 1.00 Made of good quality white cambric. .m's and Ship|k*rs Association and added that shipping Mils bo issued In triplicate any one of which shall avail as nn original. 3ltiynr Gnlhrnlth spuko of the First Irrigation Convention at Calgary on July 17th nn/l urged the appointment Board of Trade should ask the coun- � oil for financial backing as the work done by the Board was for the ben -Hoard je(U of ftU tnear tho Ijethhridge tradx-inark. At Calgary last Thurs j day they w-ere beaten by 0-3 at  though when rain interfered they were 'in a fair way to win the game. White was on the mound against his o jril Imd given the grounds to the circuit. A double header was on tho programmo for Saturday but the rain prevented the Miners from picking tin* cherries from tho C'algarla Back to'tho Capital for the holi -day and a double header dropped by sheer hard luck is tho best report of tho n?xl series. Both games were fast but wore lost by a single run, the score being 3-2 in each game. Morrison and Schurch were pitching. ICnger for revenge the Minors got after tho Ksklmrs on Tuesday afternoon and everlastingly wallo|>cd them getting the unlucky (for Kd -monton) l.'l-2. Kippert did t he twirling and hod the Beacon's mon guessing, In tho evening, however, the Walrus Hunters got buck taking the big end of a 1-2 score in a fast gn me. of delegates. A. 10. Kcfior. C. A. ! June 27lh in the Court of Kxchorpier J$, B. Thompson J Inch in one week. Orders 'solicited. of plowing outfits for horses or steam. E. THOMPSON & CO. A " number hrea\k-ing, either 'Appr.v to UKO. HKMIOLHYK. Box 058, Ijothbridgo Magrath, I), Whitney, with Messrs llemelryk. Stubbs, ami C. S. Crest as alternates were appointed. ulanco of the governinont bullalo henl to this district. Ho advocated having thom belt) as a moans of publicity us welt as a motiity maker for the city ami d la I rlct. Mr. I'uhlo who b r on gh t tliem here said that tho northern [district waft unsuitable ami that tht Blood Reserve was the natural stamp ing and brooding grouivd of Hie Buffalo in the da.VH when they were running the country. A coiumlttee including Senator Be-Vel�r, W. C. Simmons, M BP.. Pre*, ident ConyU>atv and Ooo. Houk \\us appointed to deal with the mutter and try to secure all or a portion of the yi*i to be brought to tuis country. W. C. Ives brought eforo tile mi*et ing. He protests! against i\w funds being raised on the business Htn'ots Whlln Ihe whole rily derives tin* l*�ji-ent. He ivgivttml that the cky tv^n-cil did not grant the Hoard money 'to carry on Its work and submitted a ivsolution which stated that the Ottawa, hut on that da to was postpone! to Sept. �. As the Ottawa flrm'ennnot do bust-noss in Alberta without a license, which they Iravo not got ami as the IjfihbrldKe firm cannot do business in Ontario, it Is hard to see whore lh.\v clash The Ottawa firm hav� registered recently their name as iradi' mark for manufacturing pur- r posos. in which ttranch of business, the loca,l 2 Macs do not engage. It seems strange that the Ottawa firm should impure the Ijolhbrldge- nvn to givo up that trude name while so many other firms all over the country are using t. Tho case is boiag watched with considerable interest and if the suit against tho local firm is successful^ many others in various ports will probably folb w. Tho Maple I>�afs won their gamo at Macleod on Monday by the close score of 1-0. The game was fast ami close. The winning goal was scored by Fnlrbrother on a slow relief hy the goat-keeper of a hot shot from Chlsw-lck, who put up a star game throughout. Tho line-up was: Macleod:-Coal Hurv-?y, back ,low-ott. Green; half backs, Coffee, Benny Brown; forwards, l*att�rson, Harris Addison, Murphy. Bands. I jpM)r i dgi>-(i on I, Sumni�*r; Iwck s, Green, Firth; half \nxckn, Mooeo, Chls wick, Wilson: forwards, McMillan, Ba rl wr, M o o re, Fa i rl >r ot ho r, M on no. Burkctl i f-2 7'-- -- '- ' Yesterday afternoon the wife of Charles Burkctt, conductor on the Coutts division of the A. B. & I. K. II.. died .after-a brief illness. The do-^asod was only 'thirty-five years of ag*. Tho'funeral will take pluoofronv Aii Burkett*s residence, Burdott St. MVHlicine Hat plays bas�*ball on Friday afiernpop at ^jyp p'clock, * Friday and Saturday, after On Tuestluy, the lacrosse team including five juniors pi ay ex I in Mapl/> Creek, winning by 0-2. Tho game was first-class from the spectator's standpoint and wns closer than the score would indicate. Tho juniors showed up well. Tho boys speak very highly oft tho royal -treatment \hned at tho Holland rink last night to n rrcwd of several thouKiaid |#eofde. The Kceno won n merry one from 7 in the evening until almost midnight, nnd tho largo throng of pleasure seekors jostled om another tiround and throw confetti with u recklessness that threu -ton7. F. C. COOKE. hihHions that is tho least bit olTen -'sive. Tlie shows are all straight, clean performances and every tent is equipped with a ininnturo stagy, scenory, lights nnd drop curtain nnd has the appearance of a modern theatre. Comfortable seats are provided, for all who attend.-Ilutt� Inter Mountain. Wwtiipeg Markets, (Special, to the Item hi.) Winnipeg July H. Cash wheat No. t hard 93Jr. Wheat, No. 1 Northern 02J. Wheat, No. 2. Northern 8�gc. Wheat No. a Northern 85Jc. Wheat No. 4 Northern 881c. No. 3 white oats 401c. No. H white oats asc. No. !l barley JMc No. 1 flax Hi.33. 4 4 %,' ;