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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta July H. 1910. Read big 25 cent embroid- ery special at bot- tom of page The Store Phone 453 WE SELL FOR CASH Acadia Block Just enough 25 cent embroid- ery to last about one Read last item. Prices Tell! And These Are Telling Prices! WE MAKE IT W6RTHYOUIl WHILE TO COME OX FRIDAY AND SATUKDAY, WITH AN ARRAY- OF VALUES ABSOLITTFXY U V- SURPASSED We're out for a big two- days' selling aM these price savings tell tlie story of how We Intend To Get It Head every .increase as read ion An Extraordinary Value From the Staple Extra large Slze Imck towels-in 45c and50c qualities, :SeUmo- at 2Sc There i. s4 splendid Wels as tie at less than -regular.-value, so this is an opportunity to'save to let pass, especially when you consider Sale of summer Undervests. k, finished at ends with deep damask border 0- free from dressing, size 22x42. 25c 25c Values worth .up to 45c. remarkable offer at any season of the year and doubly interesting just now when such lovely fine garments in cool summer weights are in greatest aemana. Fine' ribbed lisle goods, in extra superior qualities short sleeves 'and sleeve- less, open or closed fronts, beautifully trimmed with crochet lace and ribbon 25C All sunshades receive. marching orders, ONE-THIRD LESS and orders must be obeyed. a ful1 third from tlle regular price of all these sunshades brings their purchase price ifr Friday and Saturday down to a remarkably low fSfre to deed-so we advise you in good time to thfdhoS ones will DO doubt be picked up in short order .C3lolce _ 1.-5 Embroidered linens, plain, striped and Dresden Silks in every ima3'nable color, steel natural wood ro fancy handles, eight ribs or the new Jap shape with twelve ribs. 1-3 Off Newest linen Crash Suitings 30c 25c Greatest Hosiery Values Ever Women's Finest Cotton and Lisle Hose in quali- ties usually sold at 40c and 45c 25c Regular 45e values! We'll see the' last of them on Fri- day and Saturday, lor a-crowd-bringing price like this is certain to hurry .them out in double quick time.' Coarse weave, pure linen suitings, full 36 inches wide, very correct for suits skirts and tailored dresses, shown in colors sky, rose, tan and'wjsteria, every one' washable. You can thank the manufacturers for these He had too -many of this particular line and they came our way at practically OUF oven figure. Almost every imaginable color is includ- ed such as sky, rose, oid rose, Alice, buff catawba, reseda, black, tan, white etc' full fashioned extra elastic top, double soles, spliced heels and toes, sizes 8 1-2 to 10, all fast dyes. 25c Offered in Lethbridge 25c Children's Cashmere and Lisle Lace Sox in quali- ties worth 35c and 40c 25c A fine chance to tog out the little miss with sub- stantial, cool hosiery for the warm summer months at splendid discounts from the original prices. Almost any kind of sox you would care 25C t0 haVC casnmere' Plain lisle, plaid top lisle and lace lisle, sizes 4 to 6, in colors sky, cardinal, cream, pink and black. TAILORED WAISTS 95c WORTH UP TO Fine linens and vestings in tucked and Gibson styles, white -only, beautiful qualities in the season's latest cut, sizes 32 to 44. TAILORED WORTH UP TO A remarkable saving chance in the higher grade goods, very pretty tucked or Gibson styles of the famous Doro- thy make, made of linens and vestin-s sizes 32 to 44. 25 cent Embroid- ery Special on Sale at 10 O'clock Unprecedented Opportunities in the Beady-to-wear Section Every garment brand new this season and correct in every detail. Styles are also perfect, no matter how insig- nificant the price. it's simply a case with us of carrying no hold- overs from one season to are forc- ed out during the season for which they were bought, no mater what price they bring. One-piece wash dresses worth up to Made of excellent quality Indian Head in colors, sky. tan, reseda, pirik and white! neatly trimmed and-perfect fitting. Any wash suit in stock, worth ,up to Just a few left, made of nice quality linen in Indian Head, colors sky, reseda, old rose and tans, splendid- ly tailored, perfect fitting. 25c NO LAY-AWAY3 Leave the breakfast dishes and hurry clown for these fine embroideries. Regular 50e, 60c, 75c and 90c Values 25c On Safe Friday Morning at Ten O'Clock A Special Purchase A Lovely Lot Where's the woman who wouldn't have an usual breakfast in order to buy worth im to 90c per yard at the ridiculous price of 25c? It's S2e of the SS? been fortunate in securing for these week-end sales, and up to the present by far thI most important we have had to announce FINE LISLE GLOVES 25C WORTH UP TO 40c Excellent qualities and splendid wearing gloves shown in white, tans greys, black and old rose, finished with two domes at wrist. LISLE AND SILK GLOVES 45c REGULAR 65c VALUES The balance of our summer stock inciuded in this collection, comprising the very best grades we have had to show -this season, lisles are mercer ized thread; silks all double tipped, an colors. 25 cent Embroid- ery worth three times the Bargain Price 25c PINCHER CREEK __ HAS SHOWERS Sessions of Sunday School Convention-Other News Pincber Creek, July sec- ion was visited by a slight thunder- torm on Tuesday, followed by rain, ust at noon time. Throughout the ternoon rumblings of thunder could be heard, and an occasional fall of rain took place, but as heretofore dur- ing the present season, there were no heavy showers. The storm passed j this locality, but was thought! to have travelled towards a section badly in need of moisture. The 'Sessions of the Sunday School Convention held here on Monday and Tuesday: were fairly well "attended. A reception was given the delegates in. :.the Baptist church on. Monday even- ing, .when tea was served by the lad- ies of the town-, j. Herxon, M.P., addressed the gathering and -extended a hearty welcome to the visitors. Dr. Warnock was also {to have been pres- ent and meeting, but but had been The dele- gates consisted of .Miss Helen- Prof. Henry, I Hi-, F- Kenny, W. JV., Sinclair, G-. S: B. .Pater-j son, A. A. F. H. Clarkson, A. A. Humphrs, AldJ'J. Smalley, of and Mrs. E. The opening session proper took in the Presbyterian- church, jtb which building :the'party '.adjourned] after tea, and ;was addressed -by .W. V. Sinclair on'. question- of the Notice to Excursionists Anyone wishing forspend' a few days at Lee's Camp, Waterton Lakes, a delightful summer resort, would profit by making ar- rangements to go on. the Alexandra Big Bus, leaving Alexandra Hotel at 1.30 sharp every Saturday, arriving at Lakes about 9 in the evening. Gar returns; Mlowing Monday. Anyone to stajr-over, tickets will be good to return on any" trip of car. system here, has just-purchas- unai; nt ne r. J. RJ ias secured .the in order as to REID HILL school house ery -.Wednesday evening -ev- Thigh may intermediates." This was followed j inational on "The. demands 'of j members- closing with or music and These services Tuesday's the same ized so far-aid hurch, opened with" music from, a hoir led by prof.. Henry. Another was given by Mr. Sinclair, on How to keep the "big hoys in the unday School." The gathering ;wis reatly disappointed' -Palk. who was -to have spoken on "General elementary work" .was unable to at- tend through, illness. Mr. Dingle, however, gave an address on "Mis- sions in 'the Sunday School." The afternoon session was opened %ith music, again by Prof. Henry. Af- .ter the music Mr. Kenny led a con- ference on "The past and future of our district Sunday school work." Reports'of committees were next in order, and subsequently adopted, when a conference on "How to get the most out of Sunday school music'' was led by Prof., Henry, Mr. Kenny following with an address on "Mis- sionary work and equipment for ser- ice." The session closed with mu- sic and prayer. The final. session of the convention was -held in Hintpn's hall. The newly This is "not .denpm- church In turn each: denomination represented.-in the-pulpit. adarger; au- dience will assemble as.; time elapses. to- most 'of-the farmers .-of: .the cannot always have their plowing file on their land. Even have .the.means :some ;piowiEg; bult for-Janyone .else-.or "tn'emselves to'.; put in and.reap fire-' guard. he taken, -if saving, :of; tection. The man' -dollar and very little ed, sometimes 'starts a" and the intense, heat wmcnlias :vailM with the dry -winds, pre-: .have' spoilt crops. Messrs. j; My- lessness, generally hearsC____ at from his action causes-.dist inconvenience jft is certainly no, 'encouragement to homesteaders or investors whsn 'such go unpunished so often. Mr. .and Mrs..Z. Dealand and chil- dren rhave returned to Thigh Hill after .a stay few months ik to Mon- t......may be good, but Alberta is Tbefrter. tThey suffer :see them again in bur1 midst. some- I thing from their wops to repay laTwr expeawJed, if rain should come soon. I have been requested to say some- "thing about prairie fires by some who have'suffered through their devasta- tions. A week or; two since a fire was started some miles from Reid Hill, and it being: very dry and a strong wind blowing, the .flames spread over a very large area. Many who have horses and cattle needing pasture for the coming year, will havcv to buy feed or sell their stock.- Rightly, we deem, they are annoyed. Through no fault or misdemeanor o: TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Hawke was committed for trial at Toronto on'a charge preferr- ed toy a seventeen-year-old girl. Jesse .Edwards, of -Belwood, was iburied while digging .a and died before taken out. Mrs. .John .Ellingsworth, aged 65 their own they are placed in a seri- ous dilemna. It seems no one knows or at least cares to tell who starts elected president, Mr. Thos. White, j fires, and so-any compensation for losses endured, is rendered impos- sible. What can be done to prevent these so much dam- NO TELEPHONE ORDERS iccupied the chair. In the absence of Ir. Dingle, Mr. Kenny addressed the meeting on "Organized Sunday-School and during the evening ivered another stirring, ddress entitled, "Echoes from the World's Convention at Washington." It the close of this address the arty had to leave in order to catch he train. A fresh stimulus has been given to unday School work in town and district, as a result of the various during the conference. Preparations are already under way by the Agricultural Society for their annual exhibition, which takes 'place on September 27th. Nothing doing among the Orange- men here on the 12th. Coyotes are getting so hold in the Spring Ridge district as to attack young calves. The flour mill msnazement have shipped their rolls to Winnipeg for repairs preparatory for the new crops. Francais E. Wafer, who has been here for nearly a year in connection with the rubberless automobile scheme started by W. R. Bobbie, left on Sunday night for Winnipeg to demonstrate some of these machines at the exhibition being now held in that city- From there he returns to Chicago, the enterprise here having terminated for the time toeing at least. Rev. Mr. McPhail, of Haldimand County, Ontario, is renewing ac- quaintances with old friends in town this week. Mr. McPhail is a former pastor of Knox Presbyterian church. Lieut.-Col. Cruikshanks has forward I ed to Capt. J. E. Wright, in com- mand of the pifclic school cadet corps here an expression of satisfaction fels by the Minister in Militia council at the progress made by the cadets. It also states that the interest taken by prominent citizens in the work of in- struction is very gratifying, and con- cludes with tlie hope that next year use may be made of the sub-target gun and instruction given in the fir- ing and ceremonial drill. A gang oi government hands have been at -work for the past two days placing a oew covering on the bridge over the creek here. And they are making a splendid job of it, too. Mr. Glendower Allen, who some months ago was promoted to the munagement oi the government tele- age' Of course, some will say, "Plow' fireguards all round your pastures." Sometimes tMs can be done, fairly conveniently, but not always. Men of was found dead in bed. Tne summit of Mount Baker, feet above sea level, and easily visible from Vancouver on-clear days, .was reached by a party of Vancouver mountain Stoes will last much longer if occa- sionally nibbed with vaseline when they are new. coals will destroy any disagreable odor about the house. Teething children nave more or less diarrhoea, which can be controlled" by giving Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. All that is necessary is to give the prescribed dose after each operation of the bow- els more than natural and then castor oil to cleanse the system. It is safe wid sure. Sold b- druggists' In Cash Prizes TO BE GIVEN AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR August 9-10-11 For the Best Loaf of Bread made from Flour of the ELLISON MILLING ELE- VATOR CO. Eatry No. 396 397 The following are the prizes 398 399 1st 2nd 3rd To Professional Bakers Home Made (Bakers can- not compete in this class) 10 5 2 Girls under 14 3 21 Best Loaf Brown Bread from our WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR 53? This Is The Brand! Now is the time to try it You may win the prize! Ask your dealer for this will get a high- grade flour at the right price and have a chance to win the biggest prize ever offered in Lethbridge by mill Ask Your Grocer For Our Flour. Usual prices will prevail For further particulars see Lethbridge Prize List ;