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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, eTnly 11, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAII.Y HERALD Page 0 A Few Shots From Our Great Mid - Summer - Clearance - Sale The scythe of our July Reductii^^^ swaths in our Clothing, Hats and Toggery. It is seldom ths^ prices on good outfitting are cut to such an extent NnfA mil* rbW^mino'C ViaIaw is certainly a broadside fired your way. Staying away from this 11016 Olir OllcrillgS DvlOW*""great sale and losing money are one and the same thing Commences Saturday Morning, July 12th Men's Fine Shoes Men's Suits Suits that are the prodxiction of the highest salaried designers and tailored by the most, expert workmen from best woolens Regular ,. . To Cloar $30.00 Suit........ ......$21.50 $25.00 kmi............... $18^75 $2om.Suit,...............$13.65 115.00 Suit ;.............. $ 9.45 Gome; and see these suits fpr yourself light Summer Underwear Boc G:arment ........... :,$'i,25 Gfitohindtioii Suit . . Half Hose  " H-^- ' NAVY, GJIEY, TAN AND BLACK ' ' 'fi Reaul�'f' " ' To Clear per pail', .;----.............. 15c 35c per pair, Lisle Thread........25p 50c per pair, Spun silk, 3 pr. for $1,25 Men's Fine Outing Shirts Cool as a cucumber With or detached collars A treat in this extremely hot weather Regular To Clear 12.00 Outing Shirt...........: $1.50 Sl.75 Outing Shirt............$1.35 |X,25 Outing Shirt......85C 11.00 Outing Shirt.............. 75c 13.50 Silk Shirt..........:\ . . $2,50 Mens Outing Pants Regular 15.00 White Flannel #2.00 White Duck . . To Clear $3.75 $1.65 Sale Starts Saturday Morning, fuly the 12th Oliver Block L. Fifth Street Regular BUTTON OR LACE 15.00 Shoe, Tan Russian Calf .... -S5.00 Shoe Black Velour Calf .... .$6.00 Shoe, "Florsheim" Oxfords, Men's One-Piece Bathing Suits Regular Reg. ^$1.00 Suit, navy blue, to clear lieg. 50c. Boj^s' ISTavy Blue Suit, to clear Panama Hats Price Cut in Halves Regular - ... , � To'C'*?'.';. ^^10.50 Panama Hat ; $5iM' $3.00'Feit.^at: .'.t'. ^l2i2S*^ � 12.50 Felt Hat .. .^'V. $t.75: 12.00 Felt Hat ....... $1.45 Working Gloves, Osborn's and RB.ICs Regular To Clear ; 11.75 per pair .   $' .3^ 11.50 Per pair ... Sl.lf Regular ^ To Clear f 1.00 Per pair-.-.>. . 75C 85c. Per pair .... . . 55c NEWSY BUDGET FROM PINCHER � .�'5 � '.' ' f�:^ �/. ;�; � � � � jPiucier Creejt, Jujy 10.-A -warai thimdersjiowx-;viBited this. ^Istriot cial im t}�fe.prop.,.4H kinds grain e^d 16� farmer* arosiubHiiiT;,', ^ J; BPf9Sc^0^ i!i-tH& jnrQsbyterJan'Church here' im Suuday.r Rev.- HilUs Wright, ol'Sll^horo, lAfa^j.-vYiUjoccupy the pul-VJJ;ot)tfrJsnohutc^.^q-!July-13 arid 20, 'S, J. Lynch'anad.'bride,, who have beeti :SlkrHdlngj their, honeymoon south oI-tbe44Jtli,-returned, home to Pinchcr Gre^k.on "Monday, fevoning. Iiocal':0ddf8llovys,.to the number of about flljeen/vlaltadf-ihe Cowley lodge on/tuosday-evening last. ^Altirge nuinbor or citizens toolc in the bfind contort on the English Church grounds on Wednesday even-.ipg. The next concert will talce place �ext W^elc on' the Tracant lot next to {be muriiclpal pIficeV.,. -, S. A. Fraaer has. been awarded the contract for the erection of the new kitchen, at the^MemorAarhospital. We understarid worjt w>H' be commenced at onoei, : . Arcftlteot :,'Moi>oiial.dl, of Calgary, �ho.hfl.S:had: the ex-alfft^ldn' of "paying"" above; ''praying." *:^hnnklng you for the, spaii^e, r ,.,� Yours sincerely,.- i ,' -H. CHAS.. 'T.tJTtE. Dqring the: good bid summer timfe ''A nice cool drink of pure wine is very'-re-fvesliing .and stimulating. , ./^ , , The Lethbridge Wine and Spii^itli^sei PHONE 17'?4 . BEGIN BLOCK, Sth/dt.J^  Edmonton, July 10.-L. S. Lock-wood and R.,G. McLean, of ^in'TYan-cisco, are-In Ednioiiton to.e'staJHIsh an airship line between this- plty^ahd Athabasca, 95 miles, and Bdroonton a'nd Foit George, B. C, mora th^n 400 miles. The hydroplane, oapuble of carrying 2000 pounds, will be used. The company, backed by California and local'capital/ also plans-to'�rcct a largo factory in this city. '_Mr.. McLean said that, while It will ^e "years before the aero line can compete'With the railroads for passenger.and^ freight ti-afflc, the day Is not distant when the mall service, ospeclally- in this part of the couutry, will Uo Ija-Wd-led by airships. He said also that within two years a machlnb wiU be perfected.to carry mall from-t>i�--Atlantic ocean to tho Pacific.In leap^than two days, as against four to Qrerdoyif now reqU,lyed. , ^ C.ST, CYPRIAN'S SUNDAY; .SCHOOL PICNIC Happy-r �youngsters' -Ehjiyea' Them-aelves Immensely at the Exhibition Grounds Mr. Wakelin'e class-Ralph Johnson, 1;; Claude Bpiilton, 2. Mr. Straker'B class-Winnie Sellens, X; TheimS Vogan, 2. Mir. Scott's class-Chas. Jones, 1; Stanley'HoIt, 2. ; Girls'.. Junior \ Bible class-Bertha BoultOQ, 1; Gla'dys'Hoit, 2. Boys' Junior Bible class-W. Knox, 1; W. Kelly, 2.- � Special Racei-^opeit-tp first and second in each girls' race (handicap)- Ethel Jones,' 1. Special Race, open to first aand sec- ond in each boys' race ihandlvjap)- Chns. Jones, 1. Needle antl Thread race, open to Sunday .school teachers,^ohly-R. G. Straiter ariad| Mrs. Woods,-i..! . Baseball matcjhes; . ... . ; , Sunday school teache-rs, 5; Cpn^t^-gational team, 2. ^ � � ,  . ,'. Sunday School boys, 9; Junior floj's' Bible Class, 7.  The hearty thahits ofth? Sunday school officers are due to the'Exhibition Board for their kind pBrhilsglon to use the grounds and the shelter.! of the grand stand, wtiich made possible a really enjoyable picnic on a wet day � CRANBii^6d,l. .F.ERNIE .-MINES CUO Fernle, B.C., July 10,-The.jnljrps at Goat Creek are idle todttyvon',(tftaount of the fatal � accident, to Dominic As-, toria.-a coal niluerr  t y-'vs^l " Tp the aumber of over one hun-jdred,' the scholars of St. Cyprian's Ohiiiiph Sunday School, held their annual picnic at the BxhiljJtion Grounds, yesterday, where, safe from" all effects of Inclement weather, they enjoyed theinselves as only Siunday school pic-niekerft can do. Special Cars conveyed the ohlldren out to'the grounds, where games, races and sports filled Jn the time hetoro and after a most satisfying tea. The following are the detailed results of the races: Mrs. McMillan's class-Girls: Kath-erino Hessey, 1; Millie Wakelin, 2, Bo'yV; Archie Matr, 1; Frank Dod-man, 2, .. JMlW. Clenien'B class-Girls: Matilda Dajl; 1; Vlnnie Burritt, 2. Boys; Bertie, Cook, 1; Jeff Waddlngton. 2. ^MUs Shirley's class-Teddy Gillespie, 1; B,?rtle Hagel. 2. MI�H QeoghegaiL's . dUss-Murl