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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY 17, THIS- 'AETHnRIDGE DA (IVY PAGE FIVE Anot Everything al Reduced Pric Prints Regular 15c qiinlity light anil ilnrk. Knglish I'rintli. Tuesday, var-J. B HP re izecl on previous lialf on Pique Doublu fold White regular quality. Tuesday bargain >lg DC "s nnother liift' sale l> vnrni woiithor sale. You will in: every ilein you Skirts An extra bargain for Tuesday, Ladies' Wash Skirts, regular for At Rylands' ullc'lin for Tuesday, whk'h slioulii crowd flic si ore to its mil "keep cool" articles, offering; you bargains that, have ke no inisv.'ike in this s.-slo; we ii-uaraiitcc lo sa There are scores of bargains n you, Uiti! -are not Bmj Underwear Here at Half Price We havy ?1000 worth of Light Weight underwear still to sell. This means (jui-'ik work. To clear out the balance most iues at about Half price. Vests Com'nations Convnations 15c 49c 59c. Regular 20c-25c Regular 75c Regular cajnifily. We have icver been equalled ve you from one (juu isied here. Towels Medium white or natural colored bath towels, per pair special-at any A lu a Ft Rompers Children's Rompers made Troin Inn or cade! blue chambray, Tuesday L Whole Store ill of Bargain Quilts Medium sized honeycomb quills, while they last, Tuesday 98c Pillow Cases Ready to Pillow Cases, while they last Tuesday each Unbleached flannol-ette, full yajd wide, regular UOc, Tuesday J vards for of Ore Kvery yard of Dress Mus no reserve. We "clean u All 20c Muslins on sale All 25c Muslins on sale All 35c Muslins on sale All 45c Voiles and Musli All 60c Silk Mulls, VoIlcB All 75c Mulls, Voiles, etc All 90c Muslins, Voiles, Muslins in at Sale prices, absolutely 1 everything in its season. at at Half Price A iinal clean up sample am odd lines of Corset covers night gowns underskirts, some slightly soiled, all to go about Half Price. NIGHTGOWNS, Slip over style, lace trim, while they last, Tuesday C A fortunate purchase of biiliste and open work in and wave' al least 40 per c Corsets 59c Regular I [Light UUU at half 500 pairs of D. A. Sunime esh corsets, sizus Hi to MIL Corsets 95c Regular Corsets former prices Weight Corsets, in light Get. your .supply tomorrow Corsets Regular Towelling yards wliih: Birds-pye Towelling on Tues-; dav per vartl Made from fine muslins up to foi UNDERSKIRTS, all new this broidery trimmed, for ___ CORSET COVERS, a big crepes and -i Print aprons, bands at waist, regular Siic to oOc, on sale Tuesoay 29c at lace and em- at to choose from and Girls' Hosiery LADIES' SILK BOOT HOSE White or black, also C Dresses of all kinds, double what we are as kit window. Dresses 98c Regular tion o on sale for tomorrow. Frin g for them tomorrow. nmi Kins GeorBQ lately made wisho? of a host of Lelhbridse friends ''I'" a Companion of the Order of RO wiUi liiiu. st. and SU George. tion family here on Sunday. We are glad to see his little son Alex, who met with an accident on the train, the re- sult of which was to lose his foot, is around again. Tho little fellow is quite cheery. We are glad to report that the lum- ber yard here is an -assured thing. Heckor and Yalos of Lcthbridge hnvp decided to put in a stock of lumber. t stampede one of the heat frontier cel- ebrations ever pulled off in western: Canada, Ray Knight, Urn well known rancher, has been appointed chairman ant! with him is associated a strong combination of promin eht stockmen of the south country. The stampede committee consists of ;thc following: Kay Knight, Jamea Meeks, Kinscy, Walter, Kouse, T. O. SimmondB has had a letter) King, W. O, Meeks, V, G. Belcher, from her son (luy, who has gone (o I James Heggie, ,1, W. Evans, T, J. tho Old Country with Ihc 13th C.M.R. I O'Brien. De Loss Lund, Charley Kin- and he says all the boys are ready j soy, Stewart Card, G. Molntyre, Jr. to "get at 'em" just ns soon as pos- and William Hessop, Sr. Carman, Man., July Murta, a prosperous young farmer of this district, was drowned last night while bathing in a dug-out on the farm of James Keys, a neighbor. Another Drowning Mlnnedosa, July Bobert- fion, aged fanner residing With -his brother, Neil, near Lorndale, was found drowned1 In a slough near the tatter's residence. The deceased wan affected with palsT and It is supposed he fell into the water was unable to get out. Soldier Winnipeg, July Love, .a watchman at the city power plant at the foot of Pacific avenue, pulled'a would-be suicide out of the Red River Sunday afternoon, only to see the man drown himself later. The suicide was identified as Frank Kara, a PInlander, and member of the 223rd battalion. Harry Samuels, aged 19, of Center Island, Toronto, was drowned when a canoe he was paddling capsized in the lake. CLEARANCE SALE BOYS' SUITS IF YOU WANT A GOOD CHOICE COME EARLY. THE BARGAINS ARE HERI. 7C I 9 VALUES Clearing at VALUES Clearing at VALUES Clearing at BOYS' KNICKERS, in bard wearing tweeds; sizes 24 to 29. All one price. per pair BOYS' FELT HATS. escope style. Ail one pricetfOC BOYS' LINEN HATS One price BOYS' OVERALLS, Sizes gA 22 io '26. per pair 3UC DUG M. GOODMAN Next Royal Bank .at. UEt jtb Id to ;