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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY ITF.RALl) I'Yidiiy, Specials in Hardware GARDEN RAKES and GARDEN HOES SHORT HANDLE SPADES LONG HANDLE SPADES ;65c 40c 75c 75c SHORT HANDLE SHOVELS LONG HANDLE SHOVELS SCOOP SHOVELS AXES, .SMALL AXES; LARGE AXE HANDLES each POST HOLE AUGERS small POSTaHOLE AUGERS large: 75c 60c SOc SOc 52.25 LdBIEi OP THE'COAAVlWITYr-IT WILL AOV PAY YOU A MR HIGHER RATH OF IflTER- THJittYOU TIRE GETTING, TO BFL4W YOUR AOrtCY OUT OF THE MM >WD IAVEIT OFFERINGS. CEi IA All AOV VERY LOW, FOR OftC DOLLAR YOU ZAti BUY AORE DOLLAR'S WORTH; 54V- 4 S'ORE VMY Many Extratirdin- ary Opportunities for Saving Money Women's Wash Dresses Striped Gingham, trimmed with self- colors. Chambray with white pipings. N Items of Particular Interest to Men lion's J All-Wool liiifllsh Black Sergo.Suits, now oniMliinl ofr. MEN'S and RAIN- COATS................................ MEN'S; ARM BANDS 25c pair.............................. WHITE DUCK PANTS .f 1.00 iinci................... MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS MEN'S PANAMA HATS 00 15c 95c 95c Color SOc Jacquard Silks as'd color 35cyd. Children's Jersey Suits ,15c TAFFETA RIBBONS1 1 9 U> Wos. GSc Lou J Lisle Moves, throelbiittou Moire- quctaire, oak, apple, Oww 51.25 Long SNU moves, hvo-bulton, .Mousquct- aire, blk, white, cream, oakDr. Somervllle, :Dr. j. Mirrray, Mr.-A. -SV Grant, Mr D. iant coloring of the East made a very j Strnchnn, Dr. Dr. 'Lyle, Dr. tfirifcing spectacle. Her .three ilauglii-1 It Gr Duvnl, ters, Lady Erriugton, Lady -Charles 'Itzmaurice and Lady Eileen Elliott, of course, took part. Another cleverly organized riuiul- illo watt nhe "Sports and by Lady who herself represent- ed "Cards." That i.lie Union committee be authorized, in conjunction .with to tliti demonstrations will be In ordrir during the day, At noon today 'the entertainment committee of the Board or Trade held i special meeting, to consider plans Tor Hie entertainment of the guests, [tf was finally -decided to run a "See Letlihridgc First" exdurslon, whlcft he [inrtlcl paled I n by members of the pnrty, accompanied by members of the Hoard of Trndc. The Anlo- is making arrangements or the nutomoblles to acconirnodale tli'o party, Tlio trip will take In ucvoral of Hit' oro of Hie city's indus- tries. Leaving the train at two o'- clock the parly 'will proceed to the Letnbridge Iron AVorlts, and the Leth- hi-idge Brewing and Multlnij Co.'s plain. Thence tlicy will go to the riv- er boctom to' inspect the sewage dis- posal plant, the" power house and .the ciiy- mine, Coming, back' to 'the clt.v, the Elllsor and TiiylorTlpiii1 inllls will be vigiled ami then out to No. G.sli.Tft of the Gall collieries. collieries will also he owing to Jack of time it will be impossible to cross the river-to' inspect the three Jarge mines there at close range. Return ing- from Royal the parly will .visit the Expert me n't a'l Farm, and the Hender- son Park, thence back to .tho" station. Tickets for the-trip'Lu members of the Board of; Trade :wjll' be two dol- lars. As all the Industries of the city cannot he-visited tomorrow, it is the intention of the Hoard -to visit them at another date. In the evening an illustrated louture which addressed by the vari- ous experts' with the party will be ipld in thc'new Jfenderspn garnge, on the corner "of Sixth avenue and Sixth, street South. It is not known w.hon tho party "will leave LeLhhrldge, although It is un- derstood that they will not .resume their journey until MomUiy morning. This will give the visitors an excellent oponinlty to becoina ac- quainted with the metropolis of South- ern.Alberto on'Sunday, Hiui slay here will'he one or the most Imporlant events in the history of LelhbridRc. .The newly-formed Lethbrldgo Anlo- mobile Club .have-.arranged for the supply of automobiles >or the "See Lethbridge .First" trip. A N.Y. REPUBLICAN LEADER" GAMBLERS ARE AFTER CORBETT San P'rancisco, .hiijc bomb was- exploded In.sl'nlglil' In. the back 'itts'iricnciMtf Tom Corbntl. Krld.iv night.. Corbcll's pool- 'om dyiminiU'd'as'were, Hon. Timothy L, Woodruff other" pool nighL a bonih a vncaut lot near another poolroom. Tlic-.sorics (it explosions is thoiight'vto be part of a ;ambling war....., WHITE SWAN- YEAST CAKES If yon want your family to cat nioro bread, bnke it While. Swan" Yimfit Cakes. Try a 5 cent niip'kage coulnln- (j cakeo at all write today Tor Swnn .Spices and Limited, Toronto, Opt. Certain in results bcca u purest in qua lity; try it and ;