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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HCRALO. SATURDAY, JULY 24, BAY MID-SUMMER SALE FOR 2 WEEKS COMMENCING MONDAY, JULY 26th. IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR A BIG STOCK OF FALL GOODS LADIES' WHITE LAWN SHIRT WAISTS Usual and Sale price... Kegular SI.To and For, each Regular S2.50 For. .each.. Silk and Fillett Nat Waists, in ecru and 25 per cent, discount. NEW GOODS AT A SACRIFICE Linen Tailored Shirt Waist new goods. But the shipment delayed in transit. Hence our loss and your gaiu. To be cleared at, each LADIES' BELTS IN SILK AND LEATHER. 60c and 75c values for..................25c goods for ........................50c values for.......................75C LADIES' NIGHT DRESSES In slip-over style, trimmed with tine em- broidery and Regular for.................. Regular for Resmlar aad UNDERSKIRTS Regular Si.'2-5 and for Regular au-1 for 50 an J 00 for ..95C CORSET COVERS Trimmed with embroidery and val i-ice Regular 40c and 50c for................30c Regular 65c and 75c for ...............50c Regular 90c and for........ Regular and MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S WHITE LAWN DRESSES Pin tucks. Embroidery. A. good va-. Regular Regular for................... MISSES1 COLORED DRESSES In Regular and for Children's Aprons and Night Dresses at a big sacrifice during the sale. A large assortment of Lingeree Bonnets and Hats for children. Prices range from 50c to each with a discount of 20 per cent, off during the Two Weeks' Sale. CORSETS A large shipment just arrived. The big- gest display ever shown in Lethbridge. Long hip. Latest Style. "At, B. C. CORSET SALE Medium high busts, extra long hips, with hose supporters, well Regular for ....................90c Regular -SI. 75. Sale price, each.... MEN'S TWEED AND SERGE SUITS Regular for Regular for Regular for BOYS' WASH SUITS In blue aad white Regular and HOT WEATHER SPECIALTIES IN ALES, LAGER, Lethbridge bottles and keg. same as brewery.) beer that made Milwaukee famous.) original St. Louis beer.) Drewery's Winnipeg Ales and splendid condition. Basses great tonic and appetizer.) Cuinesses Dublin Extra XXX world's best.) Cordon's Dry and Sloe Gin. Blackberry Brandy, Liquor and Cordial- Invaluable for summer sickness. PHONE 31 Ask for Wine Dept. HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY 't t j! ]1 4 s s Electricians Supplies. Insulated Wires. .Brass Goods. Electric Heaters. G-fassware Grasolme, IgnitionMaterial. Iron Conduit Systems Two Phase Motors. Telephones and. Bells. Complete Electrical Installations and General Electric Kepairs. W. L. McKenzie Co. Phone 204. Kedpath Street District News MEDICINE HAT (From The News) j CLARESHOLM (From The Review.) Mr. Harry of Lawrence, was in town this week. He came jhere two years ago and .bought land 'twenty miles east for less than an acre. This wekk he was offered 1 On Monday last when. Conductor j Barxeau was coming' into ttie city iirom Coleridge on .his little railway jmotor, accompanied by his crew. Did_. wheat i the motor jumped the track on a -hands a severe 'shaking up. Brakesman Barber has double his money and refused. He is .y "delighted with his investment hold it tor a wh le. JEr. .paid been in the General hospital ever since. It was feared at 'that one ALBERTA NEEDS WOMER (Granum Press) Alberta lies directly in the path of European races, and her people rep- .resent the same nationalities that are found in Eastern Canada and the middle States. This is the last great west, and the of the settlement has necessarily been composed of the more adventur- ous men, while the have large- ly been- left behind. Uot that we haven't thousands of bright and happy women in Alberta. febt we haven't enough oi them by hundreds of thousands. What was the principle reason of the abandoned farms in earlier days in regions farther east Everybody knows. What causes the rapid down-hilt glide of mining camps when things begin to look a little bad? Nothing but a lack of interest in the place by the men who built it. Without the sustaining influence of Is short and farmers are being at -the thresher. Mrs. J. E. Ardeil held her post- nuptial reception Wednesday night and received a large number of her able. Many sell their farms today for a j fraction of what their farms willi bring another year. "Tired of living alone" expresses i towards recovery. ;wishes. Mrs. Ardeil received- in a handsome Parisian sown of rose col- r. Norman Smith, .who is farming ored sfik was assisted by Mrs. J. ;5ts milws, soutiiwwt. oi'-'tbe city, has rp. Beynolds, who was also charming- sixteen acres of oats which, are simp- Ijy gowned. Miss Telford and Miss 3y magnificent- The field averages a I Clark, cousin oi the bride, served shade over four-feet in height stance is altogether unfortunate. j the WfiU out Alberta wants these men to There are rumors in the. at the residence of Mr I. and an organized movement should ;to thfe efftct tKat the long distance i the idea exactly, and the circum-1 and -ices. i A was- at begun to furnish the Uue from Taber to Medi-y ducement. cine Hat will not be completed be- 1 Perhaps it should be under govern- yond Grassy Lake this. year. If there i ment supervision; and perhaps the auy muh in this rumor Y. W. G. A. and kindred associations doubt its truthfulness) then it is a matter for the city council and the Board oi Trade and our local member i Queen s Umyei C II KINGS i ON and College ONTARIO I-. Wannanmker Wednesday afternoon when his brother-in-law, Mr. T. 'A. Murray, manager of the Claresholm Lumber Grain Co. at Granum, Was wedded to Miss Dargny; Lawrence Jo- hanessen, also -of Granum. cere- mony was performed by the Rev. A. B. Argue, pastor of the Claresholm 3Iethodist church- Mr. and Mrs. MuV- i ray-are-the recipients, of hearty .con- gra-tulations and best wishes for a i long, prosperous and haPpy lite. j NEW DAYTON New Bayton, July Miss Sue Watt ns arrived last week for a few weeks' visit with friends. Charles Morland, who has been nursing: a, sprained for the past- two weeks, is able to be around again: Miss Mahood, of Cando, If. "D., is visiting her brothers this week. "The A. R. I. grading outfit ar- rived today and will commence oa a mile of switch. D. E. Hunter is put-ting cement side walk in front of his store. Mr. McPherson departed last week for a visit with friends in Manitoba. could handle the business better. At any rate Alberta needs women today more than men or money. Consider resources to be devel- i points between here and Taber can, oped and the matter becomes quite: use this line to advantage and put; clear. At the present stage of develop- ment and prosperity Alberta can fur- nish homes and employment for many to get busy about. Medicine Hat and; much business over it for the govern- i :ment telephone system. In Medicine! ARTS EDUCATION THEOLOGY MEDICINE SCIENCE Headquarters for ELECTRICAL OFHCEf Soeia 3, Oft Block Phone 180 Pike for the past week. The Jones Grain company have started ,the construction of an ele- vator in- this town. George Whitesel had the misfortune to fracture nis collar bone wbile play ing ball the first of the -week. Mrs. Harry Woods and daughter, Miss Hazeli arrived Thursday for a Place Your Orders for ....WITH.... JUS. FRAME j Satisfaction Guaranteed I PHONE 289 v '-I Wore OctoUr 2 tor tint times the number of women we are likelv to get and though the situation wilf constantlv continue to improve, tnd would like to see the work i oi installation going on on both ends. 1 The method and action are required to do J will weary and then por- the matter justice. j eapine will occupy his cabin, and the coypte "saunter down the trail, The courage of the homesteader far outranks the deeds of "dare on fields where blood is shed. They are of the most deserving claps Ontario, the Salt Lake country and i the Williamette Valley are examples of what a due proportion of woman- of work at Grassy Lake j not meet with approval here.! telephone line is a trade builder for Southern Alberta towns, and we want to get in upon the same basis j as Lethbriyge or macleod, and get an! even chance to develop tributary j For the Registrar, oea Y. CHOWN, B.A., j We understand he will not return I alone.- i L. B, Duncan returned from a. two Felger passed through here 'weeks' stay at Seattle wxi other Tuesday points in the west. jland seekers I'Mtox Daisy Greeno entertained were al] favorably 'Thursday even in- jn honor of her :urlth the country and brother Harry's 2lst A !Presrnt conditions of the crop, crowd was present and all re- few weeks visit with relatives. with an auto load of from Cleveland, Ohio. the find out -I am Your Bosom Friend We guarantee our work. ,Give us a trial with your next bundle. LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co. TERMS ST-RICTLY CASH Box 477 C. S. FARKOW, Manager hood will do for the progress of the value of thgt country, and Alberta can do The new post office was opened on :rrT! Monday and Medicine Hat now en- jjoys all the conveniences furnished byj i any ofiice which is thoroughly mod- i !ern in all its equipment. Allliough j. 378 boxes have been installed the de-j raand for them has been so insistent! that it is probable several additional- 'tiers will have to be procured. A crop of oats, and spring wheat which will take some beating in the Fields of Grain" compe- jtition, is the one which is being rais-j j ed by James Fleming" on hi? ranch; jthis year. The oats svood three feeti [eight inchces a ogo and should j ibe close to four feet now. The very large and the growth marvel-: heavy. i College School Health Pho 145 ing Rinkt, etc. preputd for the Univendtta. Royal Collefe, and Bioltwt, Special attention rivea to yoanfer bojB, Ntrt term begba TnmUj. Sept. 14. l All ttWT, KMfTHOM. OHT. port tt very pleasant evening. H. 1ST. Becker is at Warner for a few days on business. During Iris absence Mr. Chappell, of Calgary, is'attend- ing the lumber yard. The Sunday school will have a spec ial service next Sunday at two. Bev. Nash, of Warner, will speak. A program has been prepared and a large crowd is expected, 3Ir. G. C. McDonald spent Tuesday in Lethbridge on business. Sam Browa had the misfortune to break his thumb while playing ball Thursday evening. W. j. Bell is back from a week's stay at his home at Bottineau, N.D. Mr. Pearson, of Minot, N.D., been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Roi Blsinger had a j runaway Wednesday which resulted in .breaking of one of his -horses legs. "The driver, however, was not injured. SCHOOL OF MINING A COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCE AffftMtd to Queens Uni KINGSTON, ON ram FOWXXWINO cotniPEs ARE orncRKD roinm coviun rom _ DBORBB OF n. muBK rom, DIPLOMA. Civil k. L Blcetrteal Montreal, July July 17 breakfast in London, dinner in Mer- 'Triday, July 33rd, luncheon in Quebec, dinner in Montreal." Th.1 above are extracts from the diaries of passengers by the Empress of Ireland which docked at Quebec at 9.30 a.m. today, having left Liverpool at 6.40 p.m. Friday last, and having com- via Cape Race. This is the trip made by any steamship from Li- verpool to Quebec this season, ijpr- en and one half days from Liverpool to Toronto, Hamilton; eight days Chicago; nine days to Winnipeg, than twelve to Vancouver, is certain- ly "going some." THEMOLSONSBANK Established 1855 CmpiUI (Paid Up) Reserve Fund HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 68 BRANCHES IN CANADA U.S. Exchange Bought and Sold at Lowest Rates of All Kinds Carried upon Favorable SA VINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received. Interest allowed from date of deposit at highest rates LetlArifcc St V ;