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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta yicdnesdny. July 5,1911 THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALIi SIMPSQN^S MID-SUMMER SALE A Final Clearing of all Summer Wearables. July is here and we must push out all Wash Suits, Coats, Blouses, Skirts, Morning Dresses, Fancy Street Dresses, Underskirts, Sunshades, Boys' Rompers, Boys' Shirt Waists, Hats, etc., at prices so small that assure a quick and snappy sale .1512 Siimiiicr Long Coat .$7..50 ^Vla've can't holp tbiit. The coftts mdPt ho sold-or given awny. Mer-cevlsied ropps and huiid tiiil0 SUNSHADES- Each .......................... $1.25 SUNSHADES-Plain or fancy. Each ......................�---- $3.50 BLACK SILK UMBRELLAS- Each ......................... GENTS' UNDERW EAR 'UNDERPRICED' BALBRIGGAN UNDERWEAR-Worth $L25 the suit. Clearing at .................................... GENTS' $2.75 SILK FINISH UNION SUIT- Clearing at per garment, only ............ GENTS' NATURAL WOOL SHIRTS & DRAWERS Clearing at, per garment, only ................. 90c $1.95 75c Special in Dress Goods pugne, pink and black; beautiful soft draping dress materials, 40 Inches wide. Regular value $1.25. 85C Clearing at A Great Rll)l>on Bargain ^;|,^b'ons, rive inches cream 15c wide, in sky, pink, cardinal, navy, brown, white and black. Worth 25c. MIDSU.MMER SALE PRICE, per yd. Bilk s, flv green, taffeta Pnrc Linen Towels-Hemmed ends jQc hs 3 to 10c VtnlimfdArliiu ^o^A quality Lawn Embroidery Edglnsi J^muiUMICllCB Insertions to match. Widths 3 to 5 Inches wide. Values from 12 l-2c up to 20c, In one price in this sale. Per yard .......... All A Good Time to Lay in a Snpply of Sheet-Ing-Whlle the Price is 2!)c .Vea^^Brt! Ing; a splendid wearing quality; usually sold at 40c. QAj^ In our MIDSUMMGR CLEARING SALE the price la. ,C9v nahv TtnnnnfG ALL LINES REDUCED IN PRICE. j^onners muslin bonnets Reduced to .................................... 85c MUSLIN OR SILK BONNETS Reduced to ..................... $1.00 MUSLIN OR SILK BONNETS Reduced to ...................... 35e 60c 75c Casement Window Mnslins 15c 36 Inch casement muilln In pretty snutll floral deaigns. Shades of blue, green and brown, on cream groundB. ^ SPECIAL per yard Mld-Snminer Sale of Fine Linens If there's anything you require in Dry Goods throughout the month of July come straight to SIMPSON'S STORE on 6th Street-Their values never disappoint Too many lines to mention here but we wish to state that all our flne Uncns are on sale at greatly reduced prlcea. This includes our FINEST IRISH LINEN table cloths and napkins, embroidered linen pillow slips and linen damask by the yard. THE SIMPSON COMPANY, LIMITED STAFFORD TO GET CITY WATER (Continued from Front Page.) The latter part of this resolution nims to oxonorale ihe present council for the mistakes In the storm sew er system made by the old engineering department which prepared tho plans. A further mailer was brought out in that the plans did not make any provision for a storm sewer outlet, causing further trouble for the council. It will likely bo necessary to submit a bylaw to provide for rais Ing $30,000 for the alterations to curbs, sidewalks � and boulevards re-nulrcd. No More Peanut Vendors Dr. De Vober wrote to Ihe effect that the two men running peanut and ico cream stands on tho streets, are suffering from tuberculosis, and therefore unfit from a public health standpoint, to carry on their business. Mr. Conybeare wrote that It might! bo well to refuse them a license. .Vc-cording to this recommendation, the license to the peanut vendors will bo cancelled, as it is felt to bo a menace to the public health. The Bentley Co. wrote stating that they had made an error Incalculating their tenders for 10,000 barrels of cement for the city, and were 30 cents Iior barrel less than Intended, and asked loavo to withdraw tlieir tender, Tho application was granted, on the grounds that the second lowest bidders arc still In a position to supply the city with tho cement re flulrod. Should they not ibe able to deliver cement Immediately, tho i- fnmi!t'li-'r fommeicc would be intci- ihe United Kingdom, 80,212 being j"''J'';___ English. Americans numbered 121,-431, and Europeans (il,(i20 The Prairie prnvincos absorbed the bulk ot | RANCHER DRAGGED TO DEATH In England llio ladles have entirely abandoned wearing rats, which Is duo entirely to this now discovery. it has 1)0011 proven that Henna leiivoa cotiiniii the ingredients that will poBirivi-^lv grow hair. That they contain iliis long looked for article is proven every day. The Americuns are now placing on tho market a preparation contalninkj tho extract from llonna leaves, whic'i Is havln.i; a phonoinenal sale. This preparation is called SALVl.V, and is being fold with a giiarautco to euro Dandruff and to grow hair in abuii'laiice, Rciiig daintily porfiniuHl, SALVIA makes n. most iiloasanl hair droHsiiig. 'Die AUiorta Drug {'o., .voiir dniggistB. arc tho first to liuporl Ibis preparation into l.elhbridge and a large gonoro.us boltio can be piirclias-oj for aUc. iininigranls, hut 54,iiiS)) wont to Uril-]ish Columbia and this ot the very best class. Indeed, possibly the most significant feature of these statistics is the big wave to the Pacific j proyincc. LAURIER ARRANGES POLL TAX MATTER Tendon, .Tuly .'i.---Tho Birmingham Oally Post understands that while in London Sir Wilfrid Lauricr has eon-forred with both the Chinese and Body Found Still Tied to Horse Near Canadian Line Hulte, Mont., July 4.-The mutllnl-cd body of Lawrence Sobeleski, a Hhcep rancher near the Canadian Hue, was brought to town today. Ho left the camp about four days ago on horseback, leading another horse by a rope tied around bis neck and It Is supposed he grow tired of holding tho rope and tied H to his arm and In some manner he was Jerked from his mount and dragged to death. When found the body was still attached to tho horso and had been dead several .lapanese ambasF.adors regarding the poll tax and has arrived at a satis- j days. The f,ico was nearly torn off ' iid other Indications showed the body had heon dragged for days. lactiyiy agreement. The nrrangenio'it .Mr. Lemloiix concluded with .lapan expires In January. Mr. liordcn liiiisheil l.is si-i'ics ot iiici'tiugs in Saskalch(>w.iii ^rik-toM, at which point 2,r)00 people were .a aUciuUuico. BORDEN MAY GET IT London, July 4.-.'\ccordlng to tho Haily KX'pross, tho post of Canadian High Conimlsfllonfir has been offered to Sir Frederick Borden. The glorious Fourth was celebrated yesterday by many Amerlcaoa In the city, and the booming of cannon crackers during the late hours ot the evening would lead one to ibelleve that a small part of Uncle Sam'a kingdom had been moved over the invisible line. But the most comical event of the day was the celebration of one, Jim McLaren, a Scotchman, who painted the town tip by getting on the nsoit salubrious jag. He landed In the cells about five o'clock, and this morning was given ten days to think It over, In default of a five dollar fine.- Val Pearson appeared to answer the charge of driving a traction engine over the sidewalk contrary to Ihe bylaw. He pleaded guilty and paid a fine of five and costs. Two young sports who loaded on' a considerable bender on Dominion Day were booked on the charge sheet with assi;ult. Their case, which tad been remanded since Monday, was heard, and thinking that it would be, wiser lo plead guilty and get out of tt, they did so, paying over five and. costs for each count. Frank Wentworlh, charged with assault on Mrs. Ross, and Henry Mc-.N'elsh, a vag, wore remanded till tomorrow, as the chief Is out of the city on business. For Constipation A Medicine that Does Not Coat Anything Unless It Cures The active medicinal Ingredients of Roxall Orderlies, which is odorless, tasteless and colorless, la an entirely now discovery. Combined with lother oxtvemely valuable IngrBdlents 'It forms a perfect bowel regulator. In-testinal invlgoralov and strongthener. Rexall Orderlies are eaten lllce candy and are notable for their agreeable-noass to the palate and gentleness of action. They do not cause griping or any disagreeable effect or inconvenience. Unlike other preparations for a lik� purpose, they do not create a habit, but Instead they overcome the cause of habit acquired through the use o( ordinary laxatives, cathartics, and barsh physic, and permanently remove the cause of constipation or Irregular bowel action. We win refund your money without argument If they do not do as we say thoy will. Two sizes, 25c and 10c'. Sold only at our store-The Roxall Store. J. n. HIglnbothain & Co., Lt