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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ? 'gi^-.v. l-vMH,;.;,^. j...-..�:-f- .... i iiiitishilllkiil Exceptional Values in the Ready-to-wear Section. WHITEWEAR AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Always the Right Goods, at the Right Time, and at right prices. The big event of the year in our Ready-to-wear Department. All of our large stock of Women's and Children's Whitewear reduced to lowest point to clear quickly. Read every item and then come and be convinced of the big bargains we are offering. Muslin Corset Covers 30cts. Muslin of good quality white cotton and trimmed with embroidery worth tip to 60c, salt; prico 30c. Corset Covers 50cts. Fine white cotton corset covers trimmed with embroidery and embroidery insertion, worth ?5e. salo price 50c. Muslin Underskirts $1.15 Double Hounce underskirts finished with fine tucks nnd deep embroidery flounces, worth $1.?>0, sale price $1.15 Muslin Underskirts $1.75 Made of fine quality white lawn trimmed with two rows o( lace insertion and finished with laco around the bottom, double Hounce, worth 2.50, sale price 1.75 Ladies Drawers 40cts. A ereat bargain, some trimmed with lace and fine tucks nnd others with, embroider)', worth OOe, sule price 40c Ladies Drawers 75c. Made of fine white cambric and trimmed with embroidery and insertion, worth 1.00. saie price 75c. Ladies Night Dresses 70c. A bargain you can'i afford to miss, good quality cotton tuoked uud finished around the neck and sleeves with lace, worth 1.00, sale price 70c. Night Dresses 85c. Fine cotton night gowns embroidered and tucked front and finish, ed with embroidery around neck nnd sleeves, worth 1.25, sate price 85c. Night Dresses 2.50 Made of very fine white cambric, musliu embroidered front with fine tucks and finished with lace and ribbou around neck and sleeves, worth 3.00, sale price 2.50 Childrens Night Dresses 60c. Only one dozen of these to eleaf quickly, neatly trimmed with frills and tucks, nil sizes, worth 860, sals price fiOc. Children's Lawn Dresses, 70c. Trimmed with fine tucks nnd embroidery, yoke effect, worth $1.00, sale price 70c. Children's Muslin Dresses, $1.40 Pine white Lawn Dresses, yoke trimmed with fine embroidery-insertion and tuckB, finished around the bottom with fine embroidery. Worth $2.00, sale price $1.40. Silk Dresses, $3.75 Made of fine Jap silk, embroidered silk yoke.. 'A hemstitched tucks around the bottom. French style, worth 5.00, side price 3.75. Women's Lawn Aprons, 30c. Made of fine white Lawn, with or without bib, full size, worth 40c. side price, 80c. Women's Lawn Aprons, 40c. Very fine Lawn nprous, with bib and frilled strappings, worth 60c. sale price 40c. SOLE AGENTS FOR BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS. RAIL ROAD MEN! I have two very good houses, well located, that will just suit you. CALL QUICK. W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lettafcridge Properties Room 1, Southard Block, Phone 122 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Mrs. Tiffin Buried There was large numf It of friends liolh from tho surrounding counn-y and from the city nl the funeral of I hi' late .Mrs. It-ill 'llllln. Tho service was held nt tin* house, Uev. .1. .M. Harrison. jdiHtor of Wesley church In charge. II.. i>a*ed a few IxiuHlful n'tiMirki) on "Si tench iih to number our were present nt tlu> erato. Hy the tlnio tho material lb ready for tho more advanvod work, Uio machinery will be ready to handle it. A. R. I1unH>hri�k, necivtnry of tho IvcthlirKlffo ami Dintrlet Agricultural Society announces that the time for i�ct>iving entries for tho comimthlon in Oekls iH HtamiHig wheat hus Kvn xteniM to Huturday night. August 27ltb. 'ITh' prixeH nru worth entering-for, being VU5. $25 nnd $t'> lor wheat any variety, and the soiik for ikvIs anj"1 \1irkt.v. The North-W�>��t .lobbing ami Com-iiiiKRion Co. nre olTerlng a $S� funning mill as a special prize 1" 'he winner of the n�oi*t prl/**s In grains nnd grasses. TIh> |V�rchen>n I1nrs lliwler's Association of America �rn offering three tncdalN for prizes in IVrchcrim |e.\hil>its nt tho U-thbrhlge Voir. This ,is tlw first fair in Western Canada to l�e recognized by tho association and is u hi^h coniitliineirt to the fair.. The accommodation of visitors ut fair time will l�e � serious problem t'iti/ons should co-o|ierute with the society in getting �l,l posHible nc-coiumoilntion for tho crowds that v ill* throng the city on those days. S|m>ciot rates for tho' KxhiWtion have boon secuitMl from the C.IMt. and A.M. & I. Co. The return fare will ho a fare ami a third on t>oth j lines. Exhibitors will prepay their fiviyht one way and on presontutlon of this bill ami the ceriideate from tl�e secretary of tho Agricultural Society, will receive transportation free on the return trip. Kxhibits coming ov�r tlie A.It. & I. will gvt thoirbills cei'tifUtW�rldgB by Freight Agent I lardy. Leg Gut Off. Dan Field of Cloresholm mot with a serious accident at Hlavoly Inst night, and as ^ result of it will lose a leg. Jle attempted to board the train while it was in motion ond fell under the wheels which nourly sover-od one of his log's. Tlw unfortunate man was taken to the hospital nt Mncleod on the same train. Tlw Toronto Saturday Olobo of July '20 bos u cartoon on the lloug-lln ciisf. It represents Caniidu with the horn of purtty feeding a miser -ulil>< cur, which, however, is biting Jho hand of its Iwnefaotnr. Tho wording of tho cuileum is "lilting the hand that fed him." An Albortn m�n war. severely fined recently for sluwiarlng Canada Abroad. Don't be a human mosquito. Thoro 'are sonic peoplo who delight to make ] their friends uncomfortabje by stinging them in sore sjiots. It seeins to I* their nature. You coukl name tvo or three human mosquitoes. Second Adem Deported. Soiih1 flw nvonths ago the imiuigrn tion ofllrers liere got word from Ot-tnwa to keep a look out for .las Sharp who with his wife, ami eleven year old boy. Iak Sharp, were If-av ing Okiuhnmu for Canada ami were undesirable 'because of certain relig' ions tenets they promulgated. On Tuesday, this family, accompanied by U'V'is I'ralt, his wife, four girls ami ime boy came In on the train from the South. Officers Humphries soon got next and elicited from the party something of their belief .which is that u second Adam will arise from among their brethren ami that they wen- going to settle in Canada. The- government evidently believes that there are enough fig-leaf cranks \n Canada now. so the party was deported yesterday. They seen**! bright ami intelligent however, ami were all great singers, even to n three year old little girl. The nwilher sakl that they did not need to |pam the songs ns they were already in tholr hearts. Tho boy. 1-ee Sharp, Is a fluent preacher. They left without any trouble saying that if it was thewill of tlw l�rd, it must Iw right that tlu'y return. Supreme Court at Cardtton. Hon. Justice Harvey hold Supreme Court session at Cnrdston on Tiies-day. The counsel present wx're L.M. Johnstone and \V. C. Sinumons of Lethbrrdge: E. 1*. McNeill of Mac  leod and W. l^�urio of Cardston. Nollson vs. Held, small debt enso was settled out of court. Draper vs. Folsom, aotion for balance of purchase money on land, was settled out of court. I-Ndlett vs. Vaughnm, action or ngrveiiH-ii't of sale of livery stable and delivery of horsea, was settled by Judgment for plaintiff for $28.10 with costs on small debt scale. Action for damages was itlamiHsed, costs on higher scale to lie set off against plaintiff. XKVV COAL CHUTE. BOTH Fashion and food taste denuod suitable shoes for every occasion. "Queen Quality" Shoes enable you to indulge this taste without extravagance. And with the charm of variety and correct style, they combine moderate price. "Queen QJulity" Shoes present a shoe for every "rrattorij a style for every taste, a fit for every foot. We want you to sec the beautiful low cut styles we are now showing at $3.00 and $3�D a pair. FRED GOW & CO. ikely tho C.r.ll. will install hroughout the system. them Tho new CP.It. coal chuto built by the Otto Oas Engine Co. was ojierated for tho first time last Saturday. The chute is the first of its kind to bo erected in i'nnadn awl is built on the elevator principle. From the cms tho rim) Is dumpod into largo concrete; )pM ami then hoistad in buckets into n largo -bin at the top, which hns n weigh scale ottaclMHl. From this binji large spout leads to tlw tender of tlie locomotive, a wiro is pulled opening the spout allowing the caul to descend to tho tender, which can lie thus filled in a minuto or two. Tho scale registers tho amount of coal taken. If this chuto is successful, it is thei CHKAP XI M1IKI1S Toil KKIlMI' I. P, Hughes, wh�. did the hotiso-nunriwring In this city Is to do Ilk"-wise for Fertile, except that he I* touching th� cltiwns a liulo more lightly than hn did here. The follow ns Is from the minutes of -the IV"'-nlo town council �k Rivv-n ifl the I''"''" nle Ledger: Mr. Hushes was given permission o address the Council re 'tho matter of numbering the hour's ttnd bus! ncss premises in tho city. He cfter-;d to numher the city.,�vt 40c. per number estimating 'that thoiv would bo about 100 ininriwrs iXHiniitMl. Oates-Milin.vre. That n,� i-u.v nuthori/o J. I*. Hughes to numls'r the city at 40c. per nuiulwr, nuiu-lwring to lw approved by City Hn-gli�eer and plan of same to lie fin-'nishi-d to the city. Carried. a- H. Oraj*. manager of the fleorgo Matt hows pork Packing o0. of ilu:i, Que , is in the city, visiting nis |)r0. Tenders for Booths. Temlers will I* received by the un-ilersigtuHl for the following Ijooth privih�|$eH at tho Ijethbrldge and District Agricultural Fair and Sports to l;o held on AugiiRt Oth, 7th and 8th. 1907. 1. Lunch counter and restaurant. Ice cream, fruit and candies. U. LiipiUl refreshments. Temlers to 1w for tho sole privilege for each iioolh and to Ijo nuide separately for each booth. All tenders to lie in by six o'clock p.m. of August 1st. A. K. HUMPH.UIES. Secretary of U-Utbridge ami District Agricultural Society 25-1 WANTED. A first-class servant girl. Apply Manage,- Hudson's Hny Co., Leth-bridgo. t f WANTED. ^oune elrl 12 or M j-onrs oid . ' vnnted. .to ho|p ,, HmaU im^)y A|j< <1 . f. ,, , . . *'ly MrB- � �nwson, isra Dom- . C. W. flniy, lumlwuit) merchant |)hb Stitvt. ... 11, ;