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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, IM. COME TO-MORROW Men, Here's Your Chance. To-morrow is Working Men's Day at German's Cash-Raising Sale COME TO-MORROW Men, Here's Your Chance. There's not a man of you who can't be fitted, from our big stock of Boots and Shoes. Every pair in the store will be ridiculously low-priced. Men, you'll miss the greatest money-saving opportunity ever offered if you fail to make your appearance here to-morrow Miners' Boots Heavy Working Boots Smocks and Overalls Values beyond the wildest dreams of the big- gest bargain hunters This will give you an inkling of what's going to happen to-morrow READ ACT PROFIT OVERALLS AND MADE............................................. A OVERALLS ANR MADE. REG. THE MEN'S 12 INCH CHROME WATERTIGHT. FOR MEN'S 12 INCH DOUBLE BUCKLE WATERTIGHT, FOR MEN'S 10 INCH TAN KIP, OUTSIDE COUNTER. FOR MEN'S 10 INCH CHROME. FOR........................................................ MEN'S 10 INCH ZUG. GOODYEAR WELT. FOR MEN'S 10 INCH TAN CALF, VISCOLISED SOLE. FOR MEN'S 16 INCH OIL TAN MOOSE HIDE. VISCOLIZED SOLE. FOR MEN'S FINE 10 INCH BOX CALF, TOE CAP. FOR MEN'S HEAVY MINERS, SOLE LEATHER COUNTER, NAILED. FOR MEN'S HEAVY MINERS, ENGLISHKIP, DOUBLE STITCHED COUNTER, THER OBTAINABLE FOR................................................. SEVERAL LINES, TO TO CLEAR SEVERAL LINES HIGH BOOTS, to TO CLEAR MEDIUM. WORK SHOES FOR OUTSIDE WORK, GRAIN HEAVY STITCHED. FOR FOR............................... FOR.................................................. MEN'S FOR................................................................ MEN'S HEAVY BLUCHER. FOR MEN'S HEAVY BLUCHER. FOR......................... SUIT. SUIT LEA- I Pacific Sales Co. sening German's Boots Shoes Roof Garden Clinic v. BERJIN GIRL'S TRIP TO MEET HUSBAND CANADIAN NURSE LEAVES ED- 'MONTON TO TRAVEL A THOU- SAND MILES NORTH. New York, July Elizabeth ninth street anil Amsterdam -McGillivary- of No. 128. West Forty- in the Red Cross consumptive third -street, enjoys the unique dis- tinction of being- the olily public school teacher in New York .who has her class room on the roof of a hospital. She also is the first teach- er ever appointed in the city to take charge of a class ivhich is under med- ical care 'all the time, and whose members ranee in ase, like the old district school, from years. six to sixteen For the first 'time in its history the which was opened there in Dt-vruih-r. There arc enrolled in the school -ibont twenty pupils and the course of study conforms as nearly as l> that of the work in the public trhi ol. f i Ul UIlie- i before she reaches Athabasca I.and- j ing, 10o mites'almost due north of RATIFIED PLAN j this city. From there she will trans- Pittsburg, Pa., July to a river scow, which will take ers at the Standard Steel Car plant I her on the third stage of her journey held a mass meeting two miles from -distance of nearly iTOO miles. Each Lynclorf this afternoon at which they Passenger has to carry his own tent ratified a plan to return to 'work for a complete camping outfit, as the wife, returning to London in the spring of 1910. Miss Nash has had a wide and var- ied, experience in the five or six years that she has been a. trained' nurse. Her early home was in Berlin, Ont.. where she lived for many years and became acquainted with her fiance. She graduated from Erie County hos- pital, Buffalo, later went to Mont- where took a post-graduate course in district work for a and since then she has been located at Indian Head hospital, Saskatche- wan Nelson and B. and Red Deer, Alberta. Not to Die There This dauntless traveler does net expect to remain buried at Hay river all her life, but believes that her hus- band-to-be will be transferred to i some point farther south in, a few years. "When will the wedding take place T' Miss was asked this morning. "When I arrive it can't come off any sooner, J guess. That ought) to be some time early, in September. Do you know I even have to take my own wedding ring with me. Mr. Vale can't purchase it up there, of course, and send down here for it without knowing the exact size, so -he delicately hinted that I get it myself. It's a funny thing for a woman to have to do, isn't it Waving a farewell to the newspaper man and to civilization, Miss Nash took her seat in the coach and start- ed on her long trip towards the Arc- ;ic circle. MRS. DONALD CLARK DEAD Kincardine, July lark, wife of 'Mr. Donald Clark, died at her home in Kincardine township- last night. Mrs. Clark was an old and highly respected resident of this neighborhood, and is survived by her husband, four daughters and four sonsi Among the latter are Lt. Col. Hugh. Clark, M.P.P., of Centre Bruce; Chas. Clark, publisher. High Kiver, FIRE IN HAMILTON, ONT. Hamilton, July Slater Shoe store on King Strefet, owned by J. W. Bridgett, was damaged to the ex- tent of by fire last- night, coyer ed bv insurance. Rapid Motor Cars the former scale of wages provided ties up each night, and the the company would reduce the rate velcrs camp out on tie shore. After of back rent payments from twenty to or six weeks of rugged pioneer ten per cent. According to the strik- !lire mith is reached and an- ers the company charged the mrent j other transfer ie made to a small for their dwellings during the several steamer which covers the last, stage We are Your Bosom Friends We guarantee our work. Give us a trial with your next bundle. LETHBRIDCE LAUNDRY Co. TERMS STRICTLY CASH Box 477 C. S, FAREOW. Manager Pho US I (i months the plant was closed -down. In jsome instances this cost to j with the average about As near- to Hay River village, a distance of 225 miles. On tl.a water the travel- ers traverse f the Athabasca River. ly 1.000 men occupied company hous- 1 Athabasca es, the latter it is said, -has been sub- rcat Slave River and Few Whites There Hay ttiver i.s a Hudson Bay Trad- tracting each payday from the ja sum equal to twenty per cent, say men, which they declare is too inj? post. inhabited by about 175 Tn- j Inuc jdians ten or twelve white people. jit is situated at the north end of the j 'FIRST CASE ON RECORD Great Slave Lake and is not very far j Ottawa, July The City Council (from the Mackenzie river. j I of Saskatwn applied for a board of Miss x'ash will accompanied by j 'conciliation and investigation in re- 1 Archdeacon Lucas and wife, of Lon- gard t.-> dispute ns to' conditions Knglan.l. who fire in Canada for i employment in which it is involved :A year's holiday. archdeacon is with its employers. This is thr first igojng to'porform the marriage app'.icstion for a board by a munici-; cerejr.ony. probably spend To Prospective Commercial Car Users: i HAVE SECURED THE SOLE AGENCY FOR THIS CITY FOR THE RAPID MOTOR CARS LET ME PROVE TO YOU THAT THIS IS THE BEST COMMER- CIAL-CAR PROCURABLE AT ANY PRICE. WE WILL BE GLAD TO EXPLAIN THE MERITS OF OUR CAR AT ANY TIME. INVESTIGATE OTHER MAKES. 3UY WHAT YOU OONSIDER THE BEST FOR THE MONEY. it ho winter in that district with his M Room 4 Li LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Bryan Block ;