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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta price cutter is at work in earnest, pruning in every -direction. We want your trade and want ydiir money so much that we will actually give One Dollar and A Half worth of merchandise FOR ONE DOLLAR Fall Goods will soon be coming to hand and that means the present stock must disappear 7 Here Are a Few of the Genuine Snaps We Offer This Week Big saving houses to lay in a supply of Sheeting at less than wholesale prices. Pull Bleached 70 inch plain sheeting, a good even smooth splendid weight and cheap at "35c; Friday and Saturday price per yard ....A 26C 50 only White Bed Spreads, 'note the 72x90 inches, perfect in every- a quilt that will give satisfactory wear and one thai; will kundry well; ?Fri- J r down to the barracks and told i the rest, of the boys. The "news" j spread like fire broke loose. -Justice I of the Peace. E. NY Barker, was un- Iravelling one of those -intricate cases. jin which branding .irons and cattle j are the chief exhibits and men with- jlong-heeled boots 'and soft slouch Torpid, lazy liver causes biliousness and head- common complaints. BuUs-Foot-rn-the-G-round or whatever STOMACH AND LIVER PILLS up the it to action, speedily restoring good health. A purely vege- table remedy that has a ben- eficial effect on stomach and bowels as well. Because it's NYAL'S we know what's in it. 25 cents a box. Stetson hats the principal witnesses, and the court room was-crowded: Sold and guaranteed by 2 ALL LETHBRIDGE DRUGGISTS FOR CONSIDERATION OF CONFERENCE British Member Wants To Know Programme Of Subjects London, July Hammers- ey, Unionist member for Mid-Oxford- shire, who at one time practised at >.v" mo utLmL UUI.G >v i olio u ij )-m_ moment redcoat hurried "If- X" mer with field glasses, report hooks, microscopes and other detective ap- paratus, and the latter' with his grip instruments, the -start was jDade_ ed away even the "accused" had his departure without leave. Andy Heppler, G went M. Proud Gibbs his name had been, had died ,many years ago, and had probably- been de- posited somewhere, else and at a lat- er period, probably about ten years ago his bones and treasured edfethly possessions scraped together, placed in the trunk or portmanteau, prob- ably the most cherished of all Ms be- longings, and the trunk placed -where it now is. Heppler and the others broke into roars of laughter and held their sides in agony. "It may seem like a joke to you remarked the inspector, but it is s. serious and expensive matter to us." But he, too, .-was forced to see the humorous side of it and was soon laughing as heartily as the rest. FREE! FREE! i 10 bundles of clothing, hats and caps, shifts j underwear etc., will be thrown from the roof of the well known CORNELL TRAVIS Saturday, July 23, 7.30 p.m. Come see. the, scramble. Gbt'a circus beat seven ways; Should you be lucky enough to get one of them and the article therein should not fit, you can; exchange same Monday July 25, Parrot. cannot charge my memory with that, 'but I will say that it will not occur i again." KILLING CATTLE. case" was spotted. WESTERN FARMERS STILL HOPEFUL July is again and. whispered in the 7 t TV, i that a terrible murder had back so as not to obliterate or and the, adjourned. Outside all was hustle and .overrun any ioottnarks or other clues Large District In Texas is Be ing. 'De- nuded of Livestock by' Disease j _ Houston, Texas, July Charhon, in southwest Texas; .'.and southwest Louisiana, is denuding; that section jof livestock. Livestock insurance j companies to-day announced the can- jcellation of 'all its 'policies in that i section. no Governor Campbell has been asked The Inspector-ordered all to ban, asked Premier Asauitft in the change to report in the weather con- jto submit the matter to the rt if'irt'rtc' AACcirtn rTirt. T 2 flurry. Little groups lined the new cement 'walks of Daines street, discussing the gruesome find and passing sentence toward the object, sketched it on a Pad of paper as per the police regu- lations, marking in in writing ail the adjacent badger and gopher holes, bushes, weeds, the compass, direction on the fiend who had committed the 'and location 'of the river. Which foul deed. Inspector Douglas of "D" done he commanded Gibbs to step Division, R.N.W.M.P., recently' from forward and open the lid in exactly the far-off Yukon, was busy shouting' the same-manner as he had done in orders. Const. JIcEwen was dispatch I the morning, and the doctor uUo, (cd after Charlie Hallev with instnic- j to pronounce the length of time life jtions not to let him get on the Leth- jhad been extinct. They say Anov proposed 'b-v 'bridge train. Eddie turnod pale as" though Commons to-day whether he would consider a request for the appoint- ment of a committee to report wliat subjects were recommended for .the' ditions. Hopim It continues -hot and dry. j session of the legislature 'which will always, farmers have looked for real heavy rains, which would save consideration of the next Colonial itne remainder of the ciops to the Conference. In reply Mr. Asqulth said the Im- perial government and must re- main responsible for the subjects they must submit to the consideration of the Imperial conference. The gov- ernments of the Dominions overseas were responsible for the resolutions convene on Tuesday with a view to creating an infected zone and placing i men in charge. worst damaged districts and improve Texas State sanitary the percentage where the effects Of !commisslOn has-airea-dy quarantined He added the honorable member must rest the drought have been less apparent, iagains; the affected district. but up to date they have been disap- j _ pointed. In this entire vernal season children have more or less there has not been one heavy diarrhoea, which can be controlled by assured that the business to be trans- T uue x. _ _ chewan, especially in the centre andj j deal belter than her sister provinces. sat must come .from there. asked Halley, not long from j -_ 1JIC j Crowd, the Indian scout, was dis-iwere about to faint. Doc. Ardeil j patched to the Big Bend detachment! also looked as though he were soing j on the Belly river, 14 miles away, j to keel over, but he refused j to tell Sergt, Jock Maylor to come I to 'faint and obeyed the inspector's i in as "there'll be an inquest j directions, stepping up to the suit sure. Captain H. H. Donovan, of j case with his most professional air. the Alberta Rangers, ready TO do or i The boy lifted the lid, rolled was mounted on his pinto charg-jthe cloth or blanket .which rime j "Jttl- when the stomach fails -o perform ier, while Andy Heppler was busy i next, and disclosed an Indian the resolution relating to emi- functions." the "bowels become de- i endeavoring to borrow an automobile ja skull which the doctor declared to came before the Imperial Con- {ranged, tbe liver and kidneys congest-_ which to co ow: to the scene. !be the head of a fuliv year, not one of the del- causing numerous diseases. The j T_ in and liver must be restored to! 'a healthy condition and Chamberlain's rain, a ato precedent. Last fall was also unus- i necessary is to give the prescribed ually dry. The winter was mild, jdose after each operation, of the bow- Frost did not bite in as deep as usual Hs more lhan and then castor snow. acted would be arranged on such at date as to allow the circulation of the I a.SOOd subject matter as between themselves i and the Dominions. the bnlk Of Clement Kingloch Cook, Un- ionist member for Devenport. inquired i whether- Mr. Asquith was aware that For table use, its crystal purity and wonderfully In quicker time, almost, thaji it.'dian, and a few bones, together with takes 10 tell, the police rig quantity of Indian ar-mlets and :ready. "Inspector Douglas and Dr. j trinkets. I Ardeil weie in their places, the for- j Mr. Smokc-Before-Breakfast or anything: about it. The Colonial Secretary was aware how the matter arose. Premier Asfjvrish answered: j Stomach and Liver Tablets can be ae- j 'pend-yd upon do it. Easy to lake ,and most effective. Sold by all drug- gists. ;