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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta it! iiiiliiliili July Sale of Undermuslins Begins To-day Undergarments are offered at a remarkable saving at the Quality Store. Ladies' Night Gowns, $1.65 Made of fine quality white Cambric, (frimmed with embroidery aud lace insertion, lace around yoke and aleevea, full size. Worth $2.0(.)t Special 11.65 $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 Ladies' nightgowns, trimmed with lacearoiind neck and sbeves, 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 11.50, special $1.25 95c. for Corset Covers worth $1.25 Made of tine white cambric and trimmed with fine lace and insertion. ' Special 95c Exclusive Dress Muslins. Hundreds of yanls of these sam-nier muslins-cotton, and silk and cotton mixed Styles and colorings tlie most effective and pleasing that we hav* ever shown. Thr6e special lines at 20c., 25c., and 40o. See our windows. Dainty Summer Blouses. New and bscoming styles in ladies' fine lawn and nmll blouses, all trimmed with fine embroideries, laces, etc. The very latest creations are to be found in our ladies' ready-to-wear department at mode* rate prices. Blouses at 91.50 to $4.50 $3.25 for Underskirts worth $4.00 An extra fine garment, made of good quality white lawn, trimmed with two rows of deep lace insertibn and hemstitched tucks, finished with heavy lace around bottom, 22in, flounce. Special $B.25 $1.85 for Underskirts worth $2.25 Made of fine white cambric, ISin. lawn flounce, trimmetl 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 6 inch embroidery and tiicks. Special 95c. $1.00 for Ladies' Drawers worth $1.25 A very fine cambric garment with muslin frill trimmed with fine lace and lace insertion. Special 1.00 75c for Ladies' Drawers worth 1.00 Made of good quality white cambric, deep embroidery frill and tucked Special 1.00 SOLE AGENTS FOR BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS. How to Make Money Buy $50 Land for $15 You can do it. I can sell it to you! 100,000 acres to select from, if you buy from me. I have some snaps in town property. A sure way to make money Miy MIEN LOW. SU. WHEN HKH W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties Boom 1, Southard Block,  Phone 122 LETHBRIDaE, ALTA, Publicity and.Buffalos Discussed. WELX. CASING. 15, �. ThempMB Co. High River ' ft, will have a car or well-c��iii(j, f>4 Sv^iijKli'ia'oiw. w�ek. Orders-solicitod. t^iifir-,',B/THOMPSOX A CO. WANTED. A number of plowing outflt.i tor fjreAking, either horses or steam. lApptjy to GKO. lllSMELUyK, ,) Uo.x 638, lethbridge . The regular meeting of tiie Board of Tr�ingbills W. C. Ives said that he ha Vetoer. W. C. Simmons, M.P.P.. Pitaa. idc�t Conylicare and Geo. Houk was ai>poinicd to deal v-ith the nmtter and try to secure all or a portion of t|�o herd yi^i to lie broirght (to inis country. W. C. Ives broHglit the question of Roard of Trade funds before the meet liig. He protest�l ag�inst tlic funds teing ral.s�d oit the busioess streets while the whole city derives the ben- Board of Trade should ask the council for financial backing as the work done by the Board w^s for the ben -efit of aiji th�;ftiti?eii8.. , AW.Oliver sii^ported the resolution as t'he ,i)oai;4i,pf Trade had done good wqrk. He Ikslieved that the work of publi^ty an4 industrial advancement should. be concentrated in thv! Board of ^frade! , , . Mayor Oalbraith said that the Council had done work-in publicity, having .spent about $2000 before the other bodies .made their recptests. The action of the Council did not nvean thnt tha council would net grant funds tQ;;the Board. He lie* iieved that ^the money should be silent along iii(dustrial lines. The city wouki support.-'ihe Board of Trada's work. W. C. Ives-was appointed as the B po.ses, in which branch of business, the loCi^ 2 Macs do. not engage. It seems .strange that the Ottawa firm sliould re�iuire the Lethbridge. men to give up that trade name while so many other firms all over the coun -try are using t. The case is beiag watchod with considerable interest and if the suit ogainst the local firm is successful^many others in various parts will probably folicw. Chtt. Burkctt BerMvc4. , Ycsterjlay afternoon tlio wife of Charles Burk�t/t, conductor on th� Coutts division of the A. R. ft I. H. n.. diod,ahera brief Illness. The do-efit. Ho pogrottod that the city wfjn- A:Aasod Was only thirty-five years of cll did not grant the Boai)cing taken from him. On Friday, there vi'as no game as the City. Council, had given the grounds to the �;ir-cus. A double header was on the progji-amnic for Saturday but the rain prevented the Miners from picking the cherries from the Calgarians. Back to' the Capital for the holi -day and a double header dropped hy sheer bard luck is the best report of the naxt series. Both games � were fast but were lost by a single run, the score being 3-2 in each game. Morrison and Schurch were' pitching. Eager for revenge the Miners got after the Eskimos on Tuesday afternoon and everlnMtingly walloped them getting the unlucky (for Erl -monton) 13-2. Kippert did the twirling and had the Deacon's nwn guessing.. In the evening, how�ver, the Walrus Hunters got back taking the big end of a 1-2 score in a fast gnmc. The Maple I�afs won,their, gatno at Macleod f)n Monday by the clo.se score of 1-0. The gnmc was fast and close. The winning goal was scored by I'Viirbrothor on a slow .relief by the goal-keejier ol a hot .shot from. Obisw"ick, who put up a star game throughout. The line-up was: Macleod;-Goal Harvay, back Jow-ctt. Green; half backs, CofTeo, Benny Brown; forwards, Patterson, Harris Addison, Murphy, Rands. Lcthliridge-Goal, Summer; Ixicks, Green, Firth; halt Imcka, Moore, Cbls wick, Wilson; forwards, McMillan, Barber, Motire, Fairl>rothcr, Moore. On Tuesday, the lacrosse team including five juniors played in Maplp Ci�ck, winning by 6-8. The game was first-class from the spectator's staiwlpoint and was closer than the score vould indicate. The juniors showed, up well. The boys speak very highly of the royal treatment ^hey received at Maple Creek. The team ivpresenting the city wore: Goal, W'. Cooke; point, A. B. Cooke; cover point, Riplpy; 1st fence, Andy Scott; 2nd defence, Vroonian; 3rd defence Pavica; centre, Alex Scott; 3rd hon�, Wlnkicr, and home Rohnon; 1st home, Stearns; Dutsidc, McMul -letv; inside, MBcheth. . OTH Paihioa and good taste dcnuiid loitable sIiocs for cvcf r occaikm. '^Qocen Qualitf ** Shoes enable 70tt to Indolfe this taste withoat cztravagance. And with the charm of rarietr and correct stfle, they com* bbie nodcratc price. ''Queen Qualitf'' Shoes present a shoe for every bccasioo, a style for every taste, a fit for every foot. We want you to see the beautiful low cut styles we are nam showing at $3.00 and $3.50 a pair. FRED COW & CO. lethbridge goas to the Hat for a series. Calgary bent Edmonton 6-1 on Monday at lacrosse. Stra:hcona looks like the winners of the North -ern district. ICoditine Tint plays basoball here yihich LOTS OF FUN AT BUTTE. The Nat Reiss Carnival company which is playing in Butte this week untlor the auspices of the Woodmen of the World o|>ened at the Holland rink l^st night to a crcwd of several thousand |�oplo. The scene was a merry one from 7 in the evening until almost midnight, and the largo throng of pleasure seekers jostled one another around and throw confetti with a recklessness that thrca -tonod to put a big dent Ih this weeks salary. The pit>ttiiy arranged anaranee of a modern theatre. Comfort able seats are pro-vided^for all who attend.-Butte In-, ter Mountain. WianipcgMftrkcli. (S|>ecl.al, to the Herald.) Winnipeg .luly 8. Cash wheat No. 1 hard OSJc. Wheat, No. 1 Northern 988. Wheat. No. 2. Northern 891c. Wheat Vo. 3 Northern a^jc. Wheat No. 4 Northern 82jc. No. 3 white oats IQic. No. 3 white outs 38c. No.;3 Vmrley 54c. No.l flax 11.83. ;