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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The LethbHdye Daily Herald, Ifriday, My Page 3. STORE CLOSES 5 p. m. During hot weatlier Annual Summer Special STORE CLOSES 5 p. m. During hot weatlier I Saturday During the past week we have cleared out a large quantity of our New Summer Goods at Sacrifice Prices w many hundreds of bargains left arid we are going to make Saturday a Special Low Price Day. Everything in the be especially Reduced for Saturday. It is useless to define the very many bargains which will be offered is to come and look at our bargain counters. They are full of good quality articles at extremely low prices We OUT shelves room for new fall goods. iuw prices, we must em empty Special Reductions for Saturday in the Dry Goods Department All odd lengths to be cleared -on. 'Saturday must all go to make room for at half price. OXFORD Scotch Ginghams', in stripes, checks and .pretty ffloral. designs, reg. IS.and 17c for CRUNTS ENGLISH washing, fabrics, regular 15c and lie, for 'COLORED Scotch superior weave and finish, a fast'dy'e-in. inavy, ox-bdood, champagne; regular 17c Sale price........... 'WHITE VEST] English -mercerized finish, looks like 'a "high 'grade linen, neat-embossed unmatchable value, reg 30-35c.. 'WHITE-DOTTED from 'superior fine yarn, perfect in and finish, small, medium and large dots, the 'separatelywtrv- en; regular 17c; "Sale.Price 11............ WHITE TUCKED SO a-superior grade of cotton yam, hemmed and tucked, Tegular 40c; sale .___..........__ OUR PRICES. DEFY COMPETfTlON are clearing the last of our parasols at cost. Black white, checks stripes, plain with pretty floral designs and color- ed floral patterns. Plain colors-in pink, skjr. green, champagne, white, cream, red and" mauve. Regular sale .WASH new'lot of wasli belts, newest patterns in heavy embroidery, white pearl buckles, reg. '35c and 40c. Sale...................... COTTON this line of .Crepes in plain, and fancy stripes. Splendid goods for dresses, waists, or kimonas. Reg. 25c. and 30c: "Sdle.......: 25c COLORED CHTFFON TAFFETA quality in brown. mauve, sky, ptnk, cham- 'gray and other numerous shades, ;'-20 :-ins. .reg. :'S5c fw, per yard___ 58c for Street or evening wear. wide. -60c.% yard.......... C O L'O R'Ep MLTS LI Ga- ,'leteas, Scotch Ginghams and Oxford Shirtings. Heg. Toe and for, per yard Special Reductions for Saturday in the Shoe Dept _ BOYS' PATENT COLT -Blucher" Goodyear Welted afc union -made, regular ?3.50 and Sale price A. good quality jlress shoe, sizes 1 to: 5.- have a. Tew pairs of Boys' Patent Colt Oxfords, Blucher Cut, Goodyear "Welted, union made. Only a few pairs left. Sizes 1 to 5. Regular 41A Sale price ______ 'AND GIRLS' RUNNING SLIPPERS OR white or blue- 5 to 2; aiir at greatly reduce'd prices.' BO-YS' BROWN CANVAS Leather soles, well made and finished, -sizes 1 to 5, regular sale ____ I .40 Sizes .10 -to. 13... Regular S1.60--.: f 4 'Sale price T.. ____ I ______ LADJES' tan, calf, black. or: brown, Vici Kid and .-Pat. Colt, Blucher cut; Goody ear" welted reg. S3.50 aiad sale, 'THE "EDWIN C; BURT" SHOE FOR The best American ;production in footwear, all style's and and ?5, sale A SPECIAL LJNE OF LADIES' BOX CAL-F" Suitable for big girls for hard wear, sizes 2 1-2 to 7; sale ____ LOOK AT Fine" Quality: Shoes, "Empress" make, in or Patent CoR; Goodyear -Welted; latest models; and 16.00; sale price ____ Don't fail, to caM and see these. They are a snap. LADIES' WHITE CANVAS.OXFORDS AND ANKLE Lea- ther or .heels, regular 'and '51.75; sale.-price These are very, cheap and sell .quickly. ._- MEN'S WHiTE CANVAS" OXFORDS--Leather Gobdyear havebeen hal Mens and Boys'men and; Straw. Hate 25c Straw. Hate to LADIES' a lew.ih Ian- en and Repp, in colors, ;sky, -linen brown, mauve, and also in white' regular ?7.00, and Sale and We would ask all "our patrons to kindly assist us in bur early. Clos- ing movement by shopping before p.m. during the hot weather. S NO.ONE CAN BEAT THESE PRICES Grasp this Opportunityc It may never come again. No old stock All new Goods; DONT FORGET You can get Extra Value for your money BUCHAN'S Every legal business day during" the BUT District News PIWCHER ;CREEK NEWS Pinchec Creek, July numerable friends of G-. N. .who. are not already acquainted with the fact, will regret exceedingly to learn that he returned here 'this week from Blairmore in a critical condi- tion of health. Mr. Gould was a member of the Pincher Creek conting- ent who went to South A'frica dur- ing the war. He is president of St. George's Society here and is deserv- edly popular withjall "who. know him. Pincher Creek -band was reor- ganized this week. At the meeting it was resolved that-neither the council or any individual- will be permitted to interfere with the finances .of .thejup binders, for which there is a-great except by 'donations, when they then become honorary members. F. 0. Smart was appointed -.bandmaster. 52.50 was fixed as the rate per man demand. The old folks of the town are being royally entertained by the Old Folks Committee, to-day, at Carter's Re- "or half day's engagement, the leader sort, west of town. TWOlVfl SA flft "DoTvd 4--. T'Tia Are always given every Saturday in his Ugh grade stock of Men's Clothing. He carries the most up- to-date stock of Men's Wear5 in- cluding the Famous SLATER SHOE, for which he has the sole agency in Lethbridge, Try a pair of Slater Shoes and you will wear no other make. BUCHAN "THE MEN'S MAN" ROUND STREET Next door to the Eureka Theatre to receive Band practice Is to he held on Friday, -when all members are requested to be OB hand. Rev.. D. G-. McPhail, of Cayuga, Ont., a former pastor Presby- terian church here, with conduct the morning service at "that edifice on next. Rev: C. B. McKinnon is the new pastor" of the Baptist congregation 'here. Services will he held Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p, m. Sunday rchool after the morning service. Mrs. Pickard and family have gone Yarrow to reside for the time 'being.' Mr. Kinc, of the Union Bank staff, The writer's attention was. drawn last week to several stools oi barley in .a field located in the south-east part of town, owned by John Budge. Three stools were examined and 160, 142, and 125, stalks were counted re- spectively. This beats all previous records. Ben Matkin, secretary of the exhi- bition, says the fair this year will and better than ever. The money in all classes has been advanced, which will be an incentive for more exhibits being shown. The racing program promises .to be excep- tionally strong this year, and the platform attractions will duplicate SWEET VALLEY NEWS Sweet Valley, .July and Sirs. G-reenman, son Carl, and the twins, left for G-ranum last week for a visit with relatives. 0. H. Baughman.and wife left, for Barons Saturday on business. Lone Star celebrates the 16th of July% Sundial ball team challenged the Sweet Valley team for a game hat day. Roy Whiting and sister made a trip to Snake Valley Sunday. Richard Sables and Roy Paulson were Sunday callers at A number were out to hear the new- minister Sunday. Jerry Rickett is plastering Ms house. Mrs. Foster entertained acquaint-, ances from her home in the east last cost BONNETS-In aMSSai daintily trimmed in colored ribbons rand plumes; regu- lar and Sale; and Brown Turkish.'bath towels .large :size's-.-.each- Extra large' Each Pine white linen 34x18, each Red Bordered .Crash 414 towelling; Veg. I7c for J HOLBROOKS WORCESTERSHIRE Sauce that makes the whole world hungry. mad Bottled in GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC LOAN HANDICAPPED. 74 per cent, of the new.G. T. P. loan Tnmk strike Caving handi- Dufty made a trip to Leth- bridge after his mules last week, as! they left home. Crops are looking very sick in this locality. Rain is needed badly. The Holden family, Will Tirley, Meile Baughman, and Elmer Paulson went fishing to the Big Bow Tuesday, j Gordon Elliot, Will Gallagher and Jake Rick-ett left for Macleod Wednes- day. LA FOLLETTE WILL ABIDE BY PRIMARY. is spending a couple of weeks with a11 Previous attempts in -this regard. the Alpine Club at Banff. Wra. Mathewson, secretary of it Mill Elevator Co., is away on business trip along the line. NEWS FROM MAGRATH July Wednesday, evening the' members rhe 1 s'. choir gave" one of the mn-jt socials of the season. Every one who had ever been a member of the organizaton, the bishop and a number of invited guests were pres- jent, as well as the members of the prcsest choir. The high cost of living was given anothei boost here as well as other parts of the country, when the local merchants -advanced the price of flour 25c. per hundred fts. Wheat is about S7c. per bushel. The crops ir. this' district are bet- ter than at first expected. Harvest- ing has begun in earnest and some splendid crops are being reaped. v J. B. Reni has a field of fall wheat east of town. that will average 40 bushels to the acre. The crops south of the city are splendid and some good yields will be obtained. The We extend an invitation to all to our big fair, which will be held on Sept. 22nd amd 23rd. Mr. Hughson, of the Bank of Mont- real, is away on his holidays. j T. W. Green returned yesterday 'from a short visit to, Taber. Charles Quenell, a famous diver of Brockville, was drowned. AN 1NVALUABIE REMEDY for Chronic Eczema, Wounds, CnJs, Boras, Bites, Chapped Hands. Sores, Chafing, Snn- Itnrn, Prickly Heat and Ijching, Swollen Feet, Chflblams, and all skin diseases. Should be kept handy in every house- hold for properly meeting- the countless emergencies constrmtlv arisinq-. Thor- oughly effective for local application, and whenever a soothing-, antiseptic Ointment is required. Remember the name HAY'S SKIN-HEALTH OINTMENT. DO NOT ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE At 'all drugg-ists jn 25c. tubes and boxes or by mail on receipt of price. SAMPLE TUBE FREE out uidi with your and Druf mnme with Statement Respecting His CandTdat- we Made by His.Campaign Manager. Milwaukee, July La! Folerte will not be a candidate -for re-election before the legislature un- less he wins in the primary contest next September. This is the authoritative announce- ment of Senator LaFollette's cam- paign manager, C. W. Crownheart of Superior, WJs.. who in an interview to-day said: "LaFollette will accept the judgment of the people at the primary as final. If he is not endorsed at the primary he will expect the legisla- ture to ratify the choice of the peo- ple." AUSTRALIAN MEMBER WANTS OATH CHANGED. Melbourne, Ausralia, July Mahon. who, in 3SSI. shared imprison rnem in Kilmanbam Gaol with Parnell j will to-morrow move an address in the House- of Representatives, praying for the elimination of those words in the declaration of the oath of accession re- fleciing on thevbeiiers of Roman Cath- olics. Both Premier Fisher and ex- premier DeakL-i are in favor of modifi- cation, "but it is uncertain whether rhese will adopt the address in the form proposed. SPECIALS Tables Turned H III I Robert Wilson, shoe dealer of Ham- ilton, and his wife, wero struck by.a live trolley wire while driving and Chairs Usual Special Baby Carriages and Go- Carts In Green, Grey, Tan and Maroon. 9 different from to Special to A large of Chiffonier, and Table, at Special ;