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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta iy Herald. WeiUiesdav. July 20 a Visit Yet IF NOT DO SO AT ONCE Hudson's Bay Company Annual Summer Sale. Bargains for Everybody _ We would agalu call yom attention to our Annual Summer Sale, which is now in lull swinff We also want you to know that this is a genuine sale and that all our goods are reduced We wisli to clear out all out Spring: and Summer Stock to make room for our new fall goods. This is not a jumble of old stock, or of cheap goods bought special for sale purposes, but it is a geniune Retoc- quality goods, therefore you the gamer if you buy at the low prices Aveai-e offering our stock for. Look At The Following, Which Are But A Few Of Many TOWELS 15c serges. 4 4 Sale price...................5 I 4.00 LotNo.4 Red Bordered Crash TmvfilHne- WASH BELTS PARASOLS are clearing the last'-of our parasols cost.; Black and white, checks said' stripe -plain with pretty floral designs and colorec .floral pawerns. Plain colors in pink, sky green., cnampagne, white, cream, red anc mauve. Reg. Sale Another new fet of Wash Belts, newest pa .ters in heavy embroidery, white pearl "buckle reg. 35c and 40c Sale.................. COTTON CREPE "See-this line of Crepes in plain and fane stripes. Splendid goods for dresses, waists or Inmonas. Reg. 25c and SOc COLORED MUSLEST --bimities; Galereas, Scotch Ginghams and Ox ford Skirtings. Regular price 15c 4 A -i f and for, per yard............ I COLORED CHIFFON TAFFETA SILKS Beautiful quality in brown, mauve, sky, piak, champagne, gray and other numerous 20 ins. wide. Reg. Soc for per yard.................. 00 C Brown Turkish Bath Towels, large sizes, each...................... Extra large size, Fine White Linen Towels, 34 x IS, each Red Bordered Crash Towelling Reg. 17e, for CHINA SILK A new sheer quality, suitable for street or evening wear, 27 in. wide. M Reg. 60c for, per yard 40G SUITS ALLREDUCED ,-r.o. the best chailce you have of buv- ing this season's latest styles in suits These suits are all the latest spring and summer strJe and have all been reduced: Lot No. 1 Our regular Suits including the finest blue serge rancy Tweeds, in light aid daS and -striped worsteds, e -AM Sale price Lot 2 to the la'test styles and Our regular Suits, made from the best wearing material, just the suit 4 4 .tor working in. Sale price 9 I 1 -OU Lot No. 5 Men's 2-Piece Suits la flannels and -tweeds Prices and Now and Men-s Odd Coaits Vests at Cost and LADIES' SUITS Just a few, in Linen and Repp, in colors sky Sale 98.00 and BABIES' BONNETS Sale and 75c arly closing by doing We would ask all our. patrons to assist us in their shopping before 5 July and August the Store Opens at 130 a.m.; Close 5 p.m. are Have you given EDDY'S WOODENWARE A Trial? If not, why not 1 Are you aware tJie fact that there NONE better manufactured? Ask your dealer to show you EBB JkEatcLes, Paper of all descriptions. Paper _ Bags, Tubs, Palls and Washboards at UP'tCHiate -unless he shov you woodenware made IB. Eddy Co7y. Ltd. Hull, Canada ESTABLISHED 1851 f ho-ago.and as a 'hot amdled J CO worst enemy cf the human rice. BOYS ONE STEP HIGHER UP Of the In the Public Schools Of the City Promotion EX absent from through siofcness or other 11 be Placed according to their f e of their teachers. Pupils who fail pbirn tj-i _j. J.-L next term ma1 class. CENTRAL SCHOOL McLeod, G. WMte. D. Crabb C er, G. Taylor, L. Ford, E. EkebeS Bergstrom, P. Link. 'c- S TULV. H 4 A tJAIll I acrm; Kill flics in such q, 2v ler. Proctor, H. S- OIsoa' Thomas. E. Collis, Hutton, x Wellington. Primer to First Reader- Carlson. D. F. S. Norman. E. Bonnell ai cunnot approached by any- other TRAFHC PARALYZED July is com- pletely paralyzed as a result of the strike of. the Great Northwestern and business is practically suspended along that line. About nine thousand j men are already out and notice was l served on the corporation by the tyrannical methods Of employment.. All the work on the two immense docks at Newcastle was stopped aay and the strike is -McQueen. p'" B' Standard erTyVS' H -J-A er, 'Vi Donaldson, W. Watts N" Brown, j. Martin. Senior -HWhi s Staf- ing. The government will probably take some action within the twenty-four hours. t, E. Button., to Standard IV.- E. Martin K Afo- iia. V Taylor P -ttm, L. Conant W Pinp-r M. McPhPA T? H. F s, M. Crawford labor leaders that thirty thousand Sir Lomer Gouin, Premier of -c, assured a deputation teat criminal prosecution would follow an nian, c. lens v r W. Sel- ans H" Seeker, W. si ans, AVeselman. if Hines W go-out to-morrow, unless the of- i CtJLlV attempt to show the Johnson-Jeffries ujiicaa 01- LO snow tne Johns ficials promise to end the present r'Sflt pictures in Montreal.' Mason, E. roe, L. Sic Standard V. A chocolate confection of rich milk choco- late and fresh shelled walnuts. Simply exquisite. Inland THE COWAN oo. UMITEO. TORONTO. Ashcroft, J FRUIT Many are buying fruit from us. Are you? Quality is A j and prices are the lowest. Pure Ice Cream Home Made Confectionery COTABAS BROS. Oddfellows Block, 333 Round street. a Price, H.'Schweitzer, ;v. Red- mond, Hendrle, T. B. Kerr. KINDERGARTEN SCHOOL Primary Ml. io Gordon E. Weston, M. Sherlock. F. Dawson, M. Reid, C, Freeman, N Clark, G. Sanderson. Class II. to Class Huston, L. Packer, M. McAdoo, R. Evans, V. Hos- elton. E. Marcellus, R. Irvine, E. Bur- rell, I. Bunt. Primer to First H. Leth bridge, P. Murray, M. Ekebers M. Hyssop, w. Kunst. D. Knapman! 0. Lxeberg, C.. Weselman. H. U'esel- man, B. Fairfield. M. Bowman R Davies. COURTLAND ST. Primer to First -Farrell, A, Vv Williamson, M. Wick, H. -McDonald, A. Irvine, L..Chaplin First to Standard Scott, R Thomas, L. White. A. Towle.' N. McPhee, W. McAdoo. WESTMINSTER SCHOOL Primary A. Class I. to Primary B Hooker. Marjorie Burns Leonard Shaw, Lincoln Gould Cecil Willis, Daisy Holmes, Olive Thomp- son, Hazel Marshall, Elena Radlev Primary Class H. A. to Primary Class I. Cockerill, Herman tockenll, Flora Cain, Clara Heaton, Wm., Ellen, Mills, Ruby Greep, Percy Jones, Marjorie Neutart Laura Davis.. May Davis, Erika Oland- er, Maude Moore, Wm. McKenzie, Geo Reding. Winnifred Halton. Phyllis -Whitton, Mary Vogel, Ernest Mercer Rebecca RBey. Primary B. Class I. to Primary C Subuliai. Harvey Gowin, Da-'' T< _. m _ THE SAFETY OF "FRUIT-HIVES" May Be Taken For Years The Ideal Remedy For Young and Old Nature's gifts do us good, if used judiciously. We eat bread from baby- hood to old age -without ever tiring of u. We drink water, year in and year out, the greatest benefit to our health. So too, we eat fruit in season and arc better for the change pf diet. Thii if true, because such things are the natural foods and drink of mankind. It is for this reason that maybe used for years in correcting some ill of the body. As is well known, tives is made of the juices of applet, oranges, figs and prunes. Just as fresh fruit may be eaten at every meal, so Fruit-a-tives may bt taken every night for 20 yeart with the greatest benefit. The absolute safety of Fruit-a-tlvw" has been a great factor in its IUCCCM. Those who suffered with chronic trou- bles such as Constipation, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, etc., naturally took a number of boxes of As they became better, they found that instead of being compelled tc T- wruwjuu, ua.-' increase the dose as in most medicines. via iverr, Georgina Taylor, Letter Hed-1 they were decreasing it, and gradually enstrom, Rosie Knowlton, Anthony taking fewer doses. Jarvie. Frank Szabo, Joe Szabo, Felix i a box, 6 for or trial box. At dealers, or sent on receipt of price by MOVING ON THE GJ.R (Continued from front _ V Jarvie. Frank Szabo, Joe Szabo, Felix Pirock, James Thompson, Harold Payne, Cecil Hooker. Class II. B. to Class I. Williams.-Jean Logan, Stanley, Greep l' _ Taylor, Thomas Logan, Albert Paul' Froit-a-tives 'Jviinited, Ottawa. Mabel Peacock, Doris Thompson, Sara .Cunningham, Jean Dow, Jenny.Ponack. Baines, Madge Stafford; Jesse r son, James McNulty, Gladys 'Richard- son, Willie Riiey. Standard II. Junior to Standard III. Primer to Part II. Main .English, John Roger Hedenstrom, Laura Buchanan Afford, Peter Kergan, Gladys Sydney Payne, Jacob Fienstein Eva n' Harold Herriot, Paul Matson, 3earsom, Frank Sullivan Einar Malm Drinkalil, Ethel Washbroote, Charlie Pankhurst, Victor Wilson Le-: Eva Sullivan- Clemens Pirock, Cecil a Fienstein. Bertie Davis Nessie Rn Baines- Haze1! Stevenson, Elsie Mur- -TIJ___ -tw T-oir e- a Fienstein. Bertie Davis Ro ertson, Edward Hedlev. Grace Me- Leary. van Richardson, Oliver Sum- er. Mary Wardman, Willie Harvey Henry Buchanan. Viva T-i _ _ _ I ATM, XAC Greta Wilson, Bessie Carter Cyril Hoult. From Primer to' Junior j _ Ernest ray. Senior Standard II. to Junior Stand- ard Harleman, J. Dixon S Woslyag, F. North, M. Handlon.. R Watson, E. Matson, V. Wilson, A Rad- ley, I. Castle, E. Whitely, Victor Gil- lies. Junior. Standard III. lltSWLOn, bteve Sabounak, Steve Forward Ste- phen Mitchell, Thomas. King, Marr Moore. From Jr. Pt. II. to Sr. Pt. _ t James J I., to Standard II. __ Keid- Stevenson, Dor- othy Wakelen, Noel Bdlderson, non Bicknell. Elmer Geiger. Eben Wv- he, Gladys Peacock, Louie Slarks Re- Gulda Shaw. Hed- Y, Zera Dunsworth, Edna Castle Standard I. to Hargreaves James WHson. Fred Wardman. Alfred Wilson. Andrew Verna Hed- ensn-om, Dena Huff, George Margaret Kirk. Adele Yogel Junior U. to Senior" fi- jcmiixiiS- ton, S. A. Vere, J. Main, L Nisbet, L. Parkes, S. Shaw, E. Morris" M. Heaton. Junior Standard 111. to Standard IV. Ivirke, S. Enunerson, W. McHar- die, W. Fryer, M. Ballantyne, F. Ward- man. S. Emmerson. Senior Standard ill. to Standard IV. Reid, Mary Harleman, Homer' Gould Jiulia Neflsen, Mabel Hyssop, John Loitch. Hannah Main, Annie Payne Hurble Wilson, Katie Reding, Herbert Geiger, Joseph 'Gillies, Alice Wash- brook. Standard IV. to Junior Standard V. Kerr, Roy North. Willie Pit- ney, Tom Watson, Annie Baines Ed- ward Jackson, Eva Watson. Margaret u-asabrook, Leon Duasworth, James Kerr. Standard IV. to Senior-Standard'V -Margaret Emmerson, Naomi Gould. Montreal, Juir 20.-Thmgs are well as COUM fae all along the line. News from Toron- to this morning is especially encour- aging. The regular passenger trains on the 15th, nth and 18th dis- tricts of the middle division, all left Toronto on time, as did the 'Toronto- Port Hope trains; on the -northern di- vision. The train for North Bay was only a.fcw minutes late leaving the Union station on the western di- vision. Things are in splendid shape All passenger trains are running to- day, including the suburban trains At Niagara Falls where att ex-con- auctor is chief 0J police and other municipal officials are. employees there have been some violent dernonstra- Jons, A "conductor was brutally as- saulted there last night. Being un- armed he -was powerless to protect himself against the mob. At Island also a mob delayed a passenger rain'for some time, .but no serious amage was done. The proper author ties hare been notified and doubtless hey will .take some steps to prevent awlessness. On the whole, the man- gement is well satisfied with the situation. j The passenger trains are moving on time. They are well; patronized and in this way the public show confi- dence. Conciliation Probable Ottawa, July is" fully ex- pected-here that the situation" on the Grand Trunk'Railway will reliev- ed by resort to arbitration. Hon. MacKenzae King, Minister of Labor, is in communication- with President Hays and the officials of the Brother- Jiood of Railway Trainmen. It is be- lieved that the appointment of a Board of Arbitration will be the out- come. LAME BACK PAINFUL STITCHES :URED JN TEN DAYS" YOUR MONEY BACK The moment suspect any Kid-' ney or Urinary, disorder, or feel Rheumatic pains, begin taking FIG PILLS Fig Pills are sold with a guarantee to cure all Kidney, Bladder or .Liver trouble. Indigestion and all Stomach Disorders. PIG PILLS are .sold at all leading- drug stores at 25c a box or five for 51-00. Tbe Windows are the Things by which We'll Catch the Conscience STOVES better decide on which kind you .want today. Selling Stoves jf by the Dozen. We'll sell pails this weei 15C tie 25c Mnd. 20c "hnys the 35c kind. of the People 15C "buy what other stores sell for 3oc-40c. 65C will buy what you'll pay 11.25 and for. 75C buy tea- kettles. will-buy and teakettles. wiUbuy 12.50 screen doors, we're out of win- doAv screens. Do you Want a Pail? KEEP COOL Our Refrigerators are help ing the Ice-Kan. buys a buys a 116.00 one. buys a 0.00 one. Come in today and get yours. Put it down, 30C for 50c pails. 45.C 75c pails. (11, 55C Pails 90c pails. U have the other Hardware Merchants pale before we're trough. Final Sacrifice of Eaamelware f We want, every enamel piece f Enamelware All Out! Oh, Gee! o.ut by Saturday night. Hop, step and jump to the store. Thousands of Underpriced Bargains A STEP LADDER is a handy tMng to have around the vou Our prices on 75 step ladders purse a few shillings. ATo More Use Por the Enamel ware! Have youl out of not muoh Come in and talk it tomorrow THE EVELY SALES CO. Fuushing the Gray Hardware Stock ;