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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta M. 1915 THE I.ETHBRinGE DAILY HER ALP PAGE SEVEN fcKE CO. Rousing Week E Thursday- The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Blk. New Viyella Flannel A GREAT ASSORTMENT OF LIGHT AND DARK COLORS, UNSHRINKABLE argain Sale Three I k Tlie last and final clean up of our entire summer stocks at the lowest prices ever quoted in this city, for goods of standard quality and sterling worth and keepmg stocks regardless actual conditons bargain aswe lL loW6St Do not fail to profit by -while the choosing is stiii good. GREAT SELECTION OF NEWEST WASH GOODS- REGULAR 35C, 45c AND 50c VALUES ow ?nth Spes; ali these ami many other linos in Uns Imrgam Every one a remarkable value at this three day bargain price. ALL SEPARATE SKIRTS Surges. Cheviots. Tweeds, etc., regular anil extra large six.es and all colors 20% oil DAINTY NECKWEAR Newest Collars in the close fitting anil soft roll effects, quick clearance Half WHITE SALE 20% A -'complete clearance of all White Skirts. Gowns, Corset QJJ Covers and Drawers and colors up t.o Three Day Bargain 1-.-1 l.mii. Six inch Taffeta in splen- UllKHMlS----dil, quality, a complete range of all colors. Three Day Bargain 20c _. t ,___Boys' and Girls' .Hose in .J10SH.I ribbed double leg. al- so line -'ribbed1 silk lisle in colors sky, pink, white, tan and Maclt, up to 4nc. Three Day Bargain 23c O Regular ?1.50 models in 'L'Ol'SelS fitting styles, ilini 'bust, long hip; sizes np to 27. Three Day Bargain WSc Half HAND BAGS Beautiful Bags In the latest frames, stocks anil mostly- leather- lined r-' .UL. Ladies' fine ribbed limqn gouds, tight knee, sizes up to 40; worth up to Three Day Bargain Got; 'Of New Wash Dresses .iLifr alums! our riitirc sioerc :tl; prices low enoii.u'li- to clear tliein out in ilu- shoricst possible time. Lot No. 1-46.75 tuid values Including all our Dresses up to etc., in plain white nml (k'mty colorings as; well as the new-Cotton Bed fonts and otheiCs-uitiiig cloths, sixes up .to 44. Lot No. AVorth up to .Mostly Mulls and Voiles shown in" this special lot, .sixes up to colors white, mauve, etc. H-n idsome new models of Ihr- famous La Diva and A. makes in a variety of styles OUT ALL HIGH GRADE CORSETS- REGULAR AND VALUES remarkably Ion-. 'IV Heavy Turkish, while or 1 OntJnbrown, large size, splendid to and wear; worth cacii. Three Day Bargain 25c s 4H in Embroidery line (inality, elaborate designs, worth up to Three Day Bargain Long Silk Maid" brand, white, black and colors; reg. JJ.io and tipped. Three Day Bargain White wearing cloth; regular Three Day Bargain 10c CREPE KIMONAS Halt Dainty colorings in many at- trat'tlvcj styles, worth m> to sixes up to 44 20% ALL UNDERSKIRTS Silks. Satins, Homan Satin. Moires. Heather Bloom, etc. in all colors and prices NEWEST WAISTS Some Of tliem just to hand a week-ago--Voiles and Crepes. up to size 44 20% Corset Swiss goods, very dainty design, -worth lip to >i5c. Three Day Bargain 35e SUITS AND COATS Halt' The balance of the. stock going at prices remarkably low is Now in Command of the b "Princess Pats' 1 London, Ont., July Hugh Xiven transport officer of the Princess Pat- ricias and son of Dr. .1. S. Niven of s city, is on o again acting commanding officer of the famous regiment, ac- cording to word received here. -Maj- or Pelly. who has been In uommand. lias been granted further leave of ab- sence Lieut. Nivcn, who was re- c'entty awarded the D.S.O., jolned.the liglment in Calgary as a private. First Saw the Site of the Pres- ent Lethbridge in the .Yeaiof 1876 VCaic'aso in' the last year has cared, for 100.000 indigent persons. AILING WOMEN I OF MIDDLE AGE of her Symptoms .During Change of Life and How i She Found Relief. iBelleville, Nova years I was sullering badly with what the doet6ra i called Change of Life. I was so bad to stay in i bed. Some friends toldmetotalceLydia B. Pinkham't Vege- table Compound and it helped me from the first. It is the only medicine I took that did help me and I recommend it' Ypo don't know how thankful and grateful I am. I give you permission to publiih what your good medicine dime for me. "-Mrs. SIMON DOUCETTE, Co., Scotia, .'-'Such warning symptoms as xnweof aches.dread of impending evil, timidity, aiunda in the ears, palpitation of thj H'eart, iparks before the eyes, irregu la'rities. constipation, variable appetite, ifceakness'and inquietude, and dizziness, .afe promptly heeded by intelligent wo who are approaching the period in when woman's great change may iexpected. .iydia E. Pinkham's VegeUble Com- rfeind invigorates and strengthens the female organism and builds up the weak ened nervous system., It hw carried miny women safely through thi. crisis aTd HatAuloists Have the first treaty with the Indians m the fa'll of '76. He came to Alberta the same year and visited Ihe site of Lethbridge which ho stated was "nothing bin SHIES." When the Gait hospital was organ- ized under Dp. P. H. Wewburn, Koh- ertson was his assistant and for some time was the He left, this a Narrow Escape Medicine T-lal July 1 F Dawson nnd Ji L. Peacock Iclt hy auto on Sattirdaj for James hng- lisll's Willow (.'reek ranch and nice I1S11 S Lctrv null... with so serious an accident on the jijss Muriel Donaldson is spending SUMMER-SPOILED SKIN REMOVES BY ASSGKPTION AS undue summer exposure usually leaves an undesirable surface of tan. redness or roughness, often freckles, too, the sensible thing to do Is to re- move such surface. There's nothing better for this than ordinary mercol- I Ull Hi'-- -U1SS !UUI1LI UUIiamot'll la tui I.....F a miracle i paVt holidays with relatives in Ised wax, which actually absorbs an "Doctor" John Jf. Robertson, ran- cher of Twin Lakes, in the Boundary country is in the city this week re- newing old acquaintances and -seeing the sights. Doc: Robertson is near- ing seventy years of age but is .hale and hearty and still lo enjoy himself. He Is possibly one of the I first men to visit the present site oE Lethbridge and has seen this city grow from a stretch of prairie to its present state. "in" 1876. John'-.i-M: Robertson was studying at Toronto University'in a medical course. :wlien tho first, trouble with the Indians in the west occur- red, and the Call was sent out, for volunteers tori the llounted Police. Catching the'-fever he abandoned his w.iy (hat it was only by city 29 years ago and siucc then 'lias Hllib IL was unit JJillu th.it the fonnpr did not lose' his Inc. ..yitoi un-wholesome complexion. visited iuany parts of the world and plexion will he a marvel of spotless were released the.'car shot backward It is nine years since, nr. Rohsrt face in a solution of powdered saxo s n son was in 'Lethbridge and he was al- most, bewildered by the great- chang- es which have taken place In :.-tue city. He leaves tonight for his ranch at Twin .Lakes. See Irrigated District .H. E.' Madison of.'the O.'P.f R, im- migration d'enartmeilt at Deliver: is registered at. the Lethbridge. He' is the hank. VfllT -'ibOUl Lllli 1-1 "lIOlMl LIll; imnn.. I I 1 The'ear caught' and 'balanced on this j Mrs. ,tV McKillon took charge of j imze, Used aaily [or a slender little tree, niter turning the missionary meeting wm lllc wonderfully pcelv over three times. Strange terdA. afternoon iu the schoo, room iar Mr- Dawsoh was not hurt in any i of Kuox-church. Her was 'The .Hi. i-'it i____U, ,A rrf-.ii lirac rp.nrlcV- Used daily for a while this effective- ers, C, B. Pierce and A. T. Jones, of Eaton Colorado. Jlr. Madison is showing them over the irrigated dist- trict east of the .city. ______' sar Air' was not 11111 L in