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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHBRIDQI. AtBIRTA. FRIDAY, JUNE II, I Id. i PPORTUNITY Tl I 4: THE J. BROWN CO. Having disposed of their Grocery Business, to thank their Customers for their Patrona a continuance of the same to their Successor k 4; 4 I I I I 4 4 The Dry Goods Department will be soon among the Has Beens. For a few days longer the balance of the stock will go at unprecedented figures. Beautiful Lace, formerly Per yard, now 55c Handsome patterns of Applique, for 55c Maltese Lace for 17 l-2c and 25c, usually sold for 30c and 40c Skirts for sold before for to Muslins, Linens, Dress Goods and Flannels at record-breaking prices T> :v CALL AND SEE THESE BARGAINS THE J. BROWN CO. T> Leads Them All nothing is too good for hs many patrons, nothing but the most advanced equip- ment to improve the ser- vice for their comfort. With the latest improved electric Tea and Coffee Urns and five electric cool- ing fans already installed this month, and [the best the market affords on our table at the lowest possible cost to all. We don't in- tend to lag in our efforts to make The Alexandra Cafe the Mecca and pride of the people of Leth- bridge and their friends. N. H. MURRAY, Prop. NAVIGATION ON THE RED RIVER The successful voyage -A- a steamer neighboring territory of Minnesota up the Bed Biver from Grand Forks which is "known to this day as the N. D., to Winnipeg, caused the Free the Press to recall some interestin cidents of early navigation on Red. Earliest Ventures Not Encouraging Hon. Donald Gunn in his "History of Manitoba makes the first mention of a steamer on the Red River: "In the spring of 1S62 a light draft I steamer of considerable size, built on Jthe upper waters of the Red River, i arrived at Fort Garry bringing with i her nearly two hundred passengers. among whom were Governor Dallas i and family, and the Bishop