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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta IHt LKIHKKIIH4E DAILY HBKALli Thnnulay, July A, 19.11. For Friday and Saturday Only A Big Lilt of Seasonable Necessities, J; Alluring in Values and Generous in Assortments The discriminating woman .who Is a Rood Judge of values, will at ouce see the urgent need for quiefc aeMon when'stie Inspecla the'unusua! values displayed for Uils week-end savins that ip you without the blare of sale Irnmpeis, yet matchless In their qualities anil Hie Mtlsfictory Involved.. Thrifty readeri will be in itrona evidence here tomorrow Saturday for the appended Mat Includei thlt you require almott every day In the year, and every, jrtlcle li quoted at a very ipecl'l two-day price which metni in exceptional money-laving op- portunity. LOOK OVER EVERY ITEM CAREFULLY. VALUES INCREASE AS YOU READ DOWN THE PAGE. All the New" Sunshades on at 20 Per Cent. Off. Affording the opportunity of the season to chooie from n lovely stock at a big saving. Silk.' and (Inert! In plain, end v clei, and beautifully embroidered Ct whlta paraiols in the regular ahape (iff or trie new 12-rlb Jap ihape. Woiulerfnl Selling of All New Waists at 20 Per Cent Off A remarkable offer to say tlie least, and one that prove most popular with economical women. Our entire stock Included In weekend file Including tall- ared lineni and and tvery Fancy lawn and illk Oil watit well. Three Big Specials In Newest Muslins, Ginghams and Wash Goods Cleaning Up All Summer Stocks Regard- I less of Cost or Values AT lovely showing of muslins and Scotch ginghams In the very aewust. and' pret- tiest'designs of the seaion, guaranteed washable. Ref. 25c values. AT tf linen; veitlng, poplin cords and In- dian bead in an al- moBt endless variety of col- on and weaves, Including ev- ery piece worth up to 30c. AT dalutiaat In fine dimity inuiUha in ipoti, floral, and icrioll de- very pretty'for lidlea' and children'! all (uar- anteed waihable. Worth up: to 40c. The Expansion Sale This Sale has brought ex- ceptional savings to scores of ivunieii and are last.coining down. i .Workmen are now! busy on the extenajpn to our store, and while their operations cauae'yoir Borne lit-' lie Inconvenience In the R'eiiily-lo-Wear Section, "the wonderful values we ire offering there will more, than repay you for malting selections from stocks. of all ready-to-wear All Units. Coats, Skirts, and Dresses, at Savings of 1-3 1-2. 135 luiti for 11685; CMtB for 111.50; dreiui (OT the story now, and on throughout the entire Block- It's thf. opportunity of the year to uupvly all your summer ueeds at big Bavlnga. We Make Alterationt Free and Guarantee the Fit New Wash Neckwear Very Cheap A Hosiery Sale While -'Ine Lisle Hoae Worth Hie" A wonderruliy'coDinlcte rdiiection and children's .tlzcg; priced at the tivo-daya' .sale only. Plain vjtivei and lace In finc'liilB aoods; black ana! all tha .wanted .colors; that would be good buying at .4k. 13c Collars and Jabots Worth ISc. Hundreda.of slylea to choose from. Including a specially purehaied line from a leading manufac- turer. Wish stocks jabotl and Dutch col- lars In a great variety of pretty In white and many dainty calora. Mid-Summer Clean-Up Of All The New Dress Goods Handsome new suitings, dress matarlala'and i i tnntnt Wear. On Sale Friday and Saturday Only With the dlttlnct object in view of materially reducing present slocks are placing on special cale, lor the two daya only, our complete drtfa- goods stock at prlcee that even we hafe betterad. 1-4 OF I.' meat atrrlcsskls tutu agltlna IB lha -t l a recent'I rip through the country .slat- ed the ijon-srltlcment of the'wrote the Hoard staling Ilirir rcgrc srr.iA'j wait CB.ixing a great deal ot al being unable lo visH I.ethbridg alarm among the farmers who fear an (heir C'iMViUlian trip this week, bu pi'oviiu'cs... U is more Ihnu prukiblc-Hint every other Hoard of {.jmilu of Alberta nut! .Saskatchewan will br notified of the action of lhe Hoard mid will be uskcil to 'Dice steps along a shnilnr 'linu. as to make the iicuon a concurtc one ol ,.iu general public ol Wtisi [The Spokaiu) Cliainbcr1 of Coniincrci wqiUher MuBt penple 't-xpecifiir to find II coiiufdc'r- cooler this moriilug, but the ac- tual reuorl by (ho weather of- fice showed jhtf loiiiiicrntuTc ai elghi o'clock -Ui'ti-h.KhuHt- It-has been Monday mid the htunldllv 10 points alioye highest mark slnco MlKlllPCIl (tlMltlltt e reported yosmr. records In Toron- A cool iviivo, howevor, Is proin-i for tomorrow. ECbNOMICAl WHQLESUME RELIABLE PURC MAGIC BAKING POWDER accotml, of l .scarcity, ol coal, then steam plough anil thresh- ing nporaliunii this Tall will be TR- lardetl, greatly to their disadi-anl- age- Already Kcveral slcrim plough outfits have closed down for 'net nf said (hut I hey would avail thcrnsclvL1. of Ihr earliest- opportunity lo do so .A which tli'i was re.iil at Ihe hud hccn turned over tilt. Board ot Trade hy the city council regarding (lie question of niflking district cxMbil.fl t the Vancouver Mosc of tin SClltlllK WOilll coat, ntul the situation is getting worse nil Ihe time. Mr. Conyhcarc followed up the mat- ter by saying tha't us far ;is Soiilh- crn AlfacrU was concerned the IKO- pie here arc in good shape as rcRards coal as compared M-ith the people ol j have gone tlirough Lo., SaskntcheKan. In that province it is they thought h i hi Lion next month. members thought the he a good one, as it sec ins that majority of the people coining into the country from the cast Mils s already' beginning to resolve itself in- to a question of a coal supply for do- mestic use. He accordingly drafted a resolution in which the nviUer would be brought once more to the notice. 61 the Dominion 'government, but thought actinp along this line would he a little premature as the report of the Conciliation Board had not yet reached the 'hadds of the Government at Ottawa. E. Cunnirgh.-im said thai he had made n rough estimate ot the amount of money had already lost through the strike, and the sum was appalling.' Hut he., too, .thought fiiafc action just at" thi the talV ors on-Llie whaling Inspect of Jennings, after lellinj of the tlons lie put Into fovce, tidds. 'M have talked over this moral queatlon with (he Bishop of Yukon, and he me that IB one which tnuit Ha with tact The solution of II In of time, (o- getheJ- with the and exam closed 91. Oati 3.7 3-8, clfjfled S7 1-8; October opened i3'8" 7-8, cloaed M 7-R. .luty cloted 1.85; October J.77. 1 i Northern 96 7-8, 2 North- 7.-S, R Northern SO 7-fl, No. 4 85 3-4, No. 5 81.', No. fi 75 1-1, Fctjtf 62, 2 Cl; W. 37V. American MirVtu Jllly wheA Ad 90 3-f, 17 ,M; ;97 rloawl 1-2; her 37 6-8; 'clotwl M Jnly.ffpeHefl 88 1-J, tember opened BO-7-i, BO 1-4; ;