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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letbbridge Daily Herald. 1910 HUDSON'S BAY Annual Summer Sale Sale Positively Ends on Saturday -Tuly 30th is a Genuine Sale of New Goods, not a Jumble Sale of Old Stock Our sale positively ends on Saturday, July SOtli. This only leaves more days for you ttf take advantage of the many bargains we are offering. specially reduced for the last two days. Ladies' Wear, Dry Gpdds, Men's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, Carpets. Crockery. Linoleums Etc Etc -ire cut down are irresistible to the buyer. Bo not hesitate, but come right Onr -oods ro all first quality. aie cut down to puces which 90C DRY GOODS FINE QUALITY FULL BLEACHED ENGLISH LONG CLOTH Close weave and excellent finish. 4 4 .Regular lot Special sale .1 1C FULL BLEACHED Pine weave. absolutely pure.- Made expressly for ourselves and war- ranted to wear. Full 2 yds. wide. Reg. 35c and 40c ENGLISH MARCELLA BED Double neat and attractive patterns. v Reg. Sale Full bleached, fringed all round .and .warranted full size. Reg. for .C'J Jf.l m9 0 ENGLISH LIGHT WEIGHT DIMITY Wov .en in choice damask designs, clear white bleach; easy to launder. Regular f 1" price S2.75, Kaie price 0 LADIES' ALL-OVER APRONS Made of good quality print, just the thing'for kitchen wear in colors navy and pink, regular A4% price T5c and S5c, Sale price OU C LADIES' WHITE WASH SKIRTS Wash SkiKs in all styles. Repps and Linens and in all price-' PA 31-85 and Sale'Price WHITE UNDERSKIRTS Large assortment of Ladies'-White Underskirts, fine quality and beautifully trimmed, regular price 51.S5 and Sale Price _ We offer a special discount of 10 per-cent, off .all Linoleums, Oilcloth, Carpet Squares during sale. Also the same discount off trunks, valises, grips, etc. .15 J t No Special buy of soiled goods for sale purposes, nothing being offered but -----------------------------_______- SHOE DEPARTMENT vici kid or box calf boots, pat tip, spring heel. A useful school shoe. Sizes 11 to 2, Reg: and ?2.15. Sale price...... These are very cheap and will sell quickly at this price. patent calf or brown vici kid; Adam shoe -tie, also a brown vici kid, one strap 4 slipper. Sizes 11 to 2. Reg. ?2.25 and ?2.00 .5 -OU Make a careful note of 'these and come down and ex- amine them for yourself. They are" beautiful slippers and .narked down below cost price. buff hide boots, Blucher cut Sizes 1 to 5. Reg. Sale A mixed line of boys' box calf Blucher and grain hide Baimorals. 5. Reg. Sale working shoes, medium or strong. Good solid all leather shoes. Sizes 6 to 11 Reg. and' Sale.............. A "few pairs left of regular IG.OO .shoes for men in .box velour calf, tan calf, pat. calf, etc. To clear BARGAINS FOR LADlES-All our Ladies' Oxfords in black or brown are being offered at greatly reduced prices. Come and see our bargain'counters. C1 Prices upwards from I I 5 THE EDWIN C. BURT SHOE-America's best production in footwear, for which -we are sole agents in West- era Canada are now being offered at a reduction of 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT We also sell the SLATER SHOE for men, the McPHER- SON SHOE, for men, also the world famed "FITWELL" for men and women and these are all cut down to a low figure. new and up-to-date stock McGLAUGHAN SHOWS SOME IMPROVEMENT Belfast July Dr. Me- Claughan. formerly of Toronto and (Jhicago, who -was hurned in -the fire [his condition, is more hopeful todayj here Tuesday, is still unconscious tout His wife condition is .fairly -ood his pulse is improving and he may be She suffers pain from a OTinafcon- able ,to take a ralr amount-of nourish- cussion but her case is. hopeful on ment His recovery is doubtful but j the whole. rres rruits Vegetables Peaches PI lums p G rapes Grape Fruit Oranges Apples G rocenes revisions We carry a very complete line of Fancy and Staple Groceries. Wken you go camping let us supply New arrivals: you. P. Apple Marmalade Ginger Marmalade Lemon Marmalade Boneless Cod Fish For your Salads use PURE GOLD SALAD DRES- SING POWDER. It's the uood one. Heiiiz Catsups Heinz Ctili Sauce Heinz Apple Butter Heinz Pork Beans Craddock V Redpatk Street Tke Family G y urocers Plume 515 mer Sherlock Bldg. RIGHT TO mm WILL BE DENIED State Employees of France Subject of Important Bill Paris, July of the most Important bills tabled by the present Government is that dealing with the .question of the rights and-the duties of state employees. It has now been published over the signatures of the Pslira M. Briand, and ol the Minister of Justice, M. Barthou. The title of the bill is "Sur le Statut et le jDroit d'Association des Fonc- tionnaires.i3 Its object is summarily described in the preamble as "the. ex- ;lts pediency conferring bv lesrisiatirvn action by the ing by legislation present seek' to SCIENTIFIC HORSE SHOEING Special attention given to" de- fects, such -as interfering-, overreaching and all Irinds of tender feet, also track shoe- ing. Experts in charge of repair dept. C.1V. FISHER FURMAN'S LIVERY BARN Cor. Smith and Dufferin mation of associations which might be founded with political arriere-pen- sees and the object of which would to create a state within the state. And if associations should venture' to FIRE DAMAGED THE FURNITURE Fire early this morning did consid- erable damage to -the household effects of Arthur E. Pritchard. a C.' P. R. engineer, and to tihe -house he oc- cupies, 314 William street, between Kedpath ,and Dufferin, and it was ow- ing to'the quick response of tihe fire departments, particularly of -No. 2 sta- tion, that the house and contents were not totally destroyed and houses with- in a. few feet on either side involved in -the 'blaze. The alarm was rung in from Box ASSISTED IMMIGRANTS" NOT INCLUDED IN ORDER London, July the Commons today, answering .Sir Clement Kinloch Cook, .who enquired how .the order admitting railway laborers into Can- ada affected the regulation for the prohibition of assisted immigrants, said that they were no other than ag- riculturalists. Col. Seeley said he thought the order did not apply to assisted immigrants. RUPTURE Do Of functionaries he" "lim- upon civil servants certain guarantees' T, T, ---iVittCUt a 0 shall protect them against ar- will bitrary action an-d against favorit-1 This is the avowed motive of' a measure, one of the chief objects foment a strike of civil servants, they being of which, however, is ignored by the title and is not referred phrase just cited. to in the i Montreal, July 1000 head of -butchers cattle, SO milch cows. 300 The -necessity of a bill on -the rights and duties of functionaries was pro- j calves and 2000 hogs were offered for at the east end abbatoir today. Trade was slow and prices had a downward tendency. There -were no -3i lemienev. Tnere rm You Want to Cure Your Rupture? Mr. A Claverie, the celebrated Europ- ean Specialist, so well known in Can- ada, will be in LETHBRIDGE (Castle Hotel) on WEDNESDAY THE 3RD OP AU- GUST, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and from 6 to 9 p.m. and THURSDAY the from 9 a'.m. to CALGARY (Queen's Hotel) From FRIDAY THE 5TH cents, and common stock, including good many .bulls at 3 to I 1-4 cents per pound. Calves from each. There were several fine milch cows on market for which from was asked; the other cows sold from -to each. Sheep sold about 3 3-4 p -r pound; lambs at to ?6 each or about 6 cents per Pound. Good lots hogs sold at about 10 1-4 cents per pound; heavy hogs 8 1-4 to 9 1-2 cents. 1-2 WINNJPEG WHEAT Winnipeg. July opened 111 closed 111 3-4; October opened 106 7-8, closed 106 December opened 103 7-S, closed 104. Cash 1 Nor. 112; 2 Nor. 109; 3 -Nor. V JIA i o. i___, tv a 02; j that night, leaving a lamp burning in the kitchen. Tihe two Chemicals extinguished the fire in quick order 'but not before a quantity of the fur- niture and effects were 'badly dam- aged by the heat "and smoke. Mrs. Pritchard and Tier baby are away from the city on a visit but Captain Hardy of No. 2 station, on being told that some children were in bed, forced himself bravely through the flames and smoke and up the burning stairs and- only came out when satisfied that there was no one in any of the rooms. The building is owned by Horace Ford and is fully covered by insur- ance. SAVED :BY WIRELESS Lima, Peru, July Saved by wireless telegraphy, the fifty passen- ers .antf the crew of the liner Hual- laga were brought into port today. The steamer was burned to the wa- ter's edge yesterday and a sister ship, hundred tbags of mail were burned. Ate Unwisely Sometimes people do. and suffer, because the stomach balks. relieve the discomfort at once, and help digest the overload. The lover of good things may feel quite safe with a box of NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets at hand. 50c. a box. If your druggist has not stocked them yet send SOc. and we will mall them. 34 LJmltti, and from 6 to 9 p.m. (Tuesday the 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. only.) MEDICINE HAT (Alberta Hotel) On WEDNESDAY THE 10TH from 9 a.m. >to 3 p.m. and from 6 to 9 p.m. FAIL TO SEE It is no exaggeration to state that no other Method is better than the Method of Mr.A.Claverie, the celebrat- ed European Specialist, so well known, in Canada. This is so'well recognized that all patients are eagerly adopting his method and his apparatus. If you are suffering from Rupture, don't fail to see Mr. A. Claverie. You wfll RECOVER IMMEDIATEY THE STRENGTH AND SUPPLENESS of youth; you will be able to work with- out fear or pain; you will feel a COM- PLETE COMFORT, a delicious relief, which will enable you TO ENJOY LIFE. Soon, your complete cure will be- come an accomplished fact, freeing you forever of your dangerous infirm- ity. ONE MILLION PATIENTS all over the world, .have recovered health through the Method and Apparatus of Mr. A. ClaVerie. many men an-d worsen in our province who will want to do like- wise. They will go and see Mr. A, Claver- e, and thus secure safety, peace and happiness. Abdominal belts for wo- men and men Elastic stockings Appliances f or Aveakness and def orm- ties of limbs and The only ones of their kind in (the world. ;