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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta "FRIDAY, JULY 23, ms THE. L.ET.H BRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE F1V3 til l 1 1 1 1JLJLLJJ Bags, Gloves and Tents Baseball Bats Largest' Select ion BASEBALL Sale Price 81.00- Baseball Gloves and Goldsmith guarantees full measure of service, perfect materials and workmanship. Footballs, Best English Make WALL TENTS COMPLETE WITH POLES AND PEGS 7x7 10 ox.., regnlnr -310.50. Sale........S7.50 H.vl.0 12 07.., regular 1 Ox 1212 ox., regular Sale 14.00 12x14.14 m., regular Tennis Racquets The Famous B. A. Racquet, made in Canada, fully guaranteed PYRAMID TENTS COMPLETE WITH POLES AND PEGS 10x10 (3ft. wall, 10 oz., rcg. --586.00. Sale 14x14, 5ft. wall, 12 oz., 347.00. Sale wall, 10 oz., n-.s. -SriO.OO. Sale OCTAGON SHAPE COMPLETE 12x12', Oft. wall, 10 WE MAKE AND CARRY IN STOCK TARPAULINS, WAGON'COVERS, AWNINGS, STOCKMEN'S BED SHEETS, DUNNAGE BAGS AND CAMP COTS. Regular Sale Price S2.75 .34.00......... sn.00......... .00......... .00......... Regular WATCH THE SPECIAL IN OUR WINDOWS. 3O6 Sth Street South We Are Offering Discount On All Trunks, Suit Cases, Bags, and Fancy Leather Goods This is a genuine reduction on. one of the best assorted and up to date stocks of lea- ther goods in Southern Al- berta. a of Special PRETTY WHILE MEN FIGHT AT THE FRONT. CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE CnCKC'H NOW GEKMAX WORKHOUSE Champion Bowville Little HO-.Y Carmangay Vulcan..... Barr Hill Lomond Albion Ridge. Nohlc...... Rocky Elinor........ Barons....... B. Spring. Ridge Burwash Prairieville Bow Valley Washington Marsden Plainfleld-..... Long Coulee Sherwood Ktrcaldy..... Thigh Hill Greenaway Rolline: Plains Sunny Plains Reid Hill Loma v Hcarnieigh Kehoe Starline iMahnings Midway Lake McGregor To til LITTLE BOW Dry Wet Dry Wet llaj 27 44 IS 27 50 23 56 27 41 IS 21 12 r, 36 23 23 ,17 2S 44, .38' 23- "24 IS 21' 30 fi 30 50 S 36 6 5 5 30 17 13 6 9 2 3 IS IS 10- 14 S 16 3C 23 10 ui i 2Sv 12 N 13 h 10 452 All noils heard Majority for PINCHER. CREEK Dry Wet Dry Wet Maj .Via; 31 i T 11 Butte pitiLhT Station. 53" 15 3 !1 Chjpman _ Slimmer Livingstone''. Maclean 20 :i (Even) Mines Pinclicr Creek (Kishburn I Dn I 01 k Tan ow Darnell Another testimonial to Ihe met that the women of Britain -ne rapidh accustomfe themiohe, to the of things wherein they taken men. places u ttemonstiated In the pictures The, are as capa .le ol Handling the hose as'any mute lire lighter. 48 114 23 187 41 IS. II Majority, so far 12.1 35 Dry Wet pry Wet Ma.i Maj A Ruthenmn church ,n Ruwian Poland bomg ..bed b the Germans as a workshop and supply ibase flranum Jumbo Valley, ..i....! i., ittirliiiii-i.i in. o.irs has lire... i I He untrrnmrnt of British North Alrarta-ilert Burners mphnjd ou n'whid, ami only oiie-llmd loss thin in the direction in which he is urn ing ind opcrite them both iin, Imnds and t I1U11HU irti f t u an tr i ijujii. .1 tin In.lil stal s to a so.eiil It-dee. I lats i i! t of that country. L 112 fi4 0.5 40 29 20 M S7 4- 57 84 ,Walsh j Bowell I Pashley Winnlfred Whilla Mod. Hat Pit _ Josephlmrg Seven Persons Meniiscam Avalon rvme W. Claresholm Prairie View Bank Northern Light 44 Ilaucii Tripe Creel: Meadow Creek Jlajorily, dry, so far CARDSTON Dry Wet Ury Wet -Maj Maj .Magrath 109 80 79 Cardston Spring Coulee Aetna Klmlmil Woolfprd Jiullnt. View' Hill Spring Olenivoocl Raley S. Raymond Bound. Creek llajority, dry, so far MEDICINE HAT leader who is one of the promoters of a parade In I ondon of Untnh women who desire to as German} b defeat Lomond, July 17-Mr U Roe hen agam to spend the fJl and vun- tei or h.s land Lomond IWieball 'earn sent tno Uow CiU lads home with heavv hearts llmrsdav when the foimer came oh the diamond lam Ihurtdai afternoon was a soaker There will be of hay cut arouncf here this fall which will memn more :fatfer horses Crof" are looking fme, but woulil like the ram to "let up" till after harvest at any rate and let us see the sun work tor a while Farmers are beginning to think that i if these ramv spa Is keep on, thoW Hllh Urys crops will have to. chMgi lots of help to get their linished between rains Sume of Lomond's' enthusiasts making a tennis lawn in town which there promises to be good times spent during the Mimmra. 1he< ti coincrt it into 4 I skating tmk for tttc winter, f ;