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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta piiiimmni.....11 iiiiiiiiliiin �riiMtiiiiiiii June Sale of Undermuslins Begins To-day Undergarments are offered at a remarkable saving at the Quality Store. Ladies' Night Gowns, $1.65 Made of fiue quality white Cambric, trimmed with embroidery and lace insertion, lace n round yoke and sleeves, foil size. Worth 12.00, Special $1 .f>5 $1.25 for Gowns worth $1.50 Good quality white cotton gowns, trimmed with embroidery insertion and tucks. Yoke effect, Special price $1.25 75c. for Gowns worth $1.00 Ladies' nightgowns, trimmed with lace around neck and sleeves, tucked yoke, full size. Special 75c. Ladies' Corset Covers $1.25 Handsome undergarments, trimmed with three rows of lace insertion and finished with lace and baby ribbon. All sizes, worth $l..r>0, special $1.25 95c. for Corset Covers worth $1.25 Made of tine white cambric and trimmed with fine law? and insertion. Special 95c. Exclusive Dress Muslins. Hundreds of yards of these summer muslins- cotton, and silk and cotton mixed Styles and colorings the uiost effective uud pleasing that we have ever shown. Three special lines at 20c., 25c, and ( individuals who rush Into print under nn "unonymous ' W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties Room 1, Southard Block, - riione 122 LETHBKIDOE, ALT A and make ' present time to make a passing referwv Id the frothy effervescences of "Taxpayer" in ilie News nt the 7th and I7lh lnhtanc�s. .jjpere it nut for the fact that "Tux-jpayer" in hit* mgerncss to misrepre -sent me. nt tlx* same timu uttered u foul slander uKulnst the U'lhhridge Hoard of Trade nntl made u base and untruthful insinuation Unit l was in-miencing the policy of your pnper. 1 wish to my, sir, thut in so fur �s the matter of publicity is concerned thut my attitude and conduct in Unit regard is well known to nil the members of the Hoard of Trmle and Mr. Taxpayer has designedly inisrepre  seated the same. Air. ConytieaiV, tilt* presitk'Ut of the Hoard of Trade, asked nte to tu>te the ibairniensiitp of the publicity committee, nf the Hoard of Trade, t unwilling'}' uccvplct thut 1 hud little time to five to such Jan important matter Mr. Conylieaiv hud already suggested that an elTo.-t be made to get a first class uutii lor Secretary of the Hoard of Trade, and thut the salary of the secretary j Us increased bo thut he could reasonably give a good deal of his time to the work of the Honisl i f Trade and especially tuke charge of the publicity \m.nk of the Hoard for the city. Mr. ConyU'nre'H pn.posal m.iy Imve livn goiwl, had or indifferent. I thought and still think it was a good one iiih! 1 especially favored it us it would inevitably make the wi rk lies atpl he does so maliciously. I di m.>eliiig when the o'-'fleers wery elected. It wus by thn merest accident thut I was at that meeting myself. 1 did not m�inin.ile ' rot w*ond nny nomination. I simply 1 (used my Imllot at that meeting ns I had n right to er, let me ask you a i|U�>stlon or two for the purpose of lilentincutlon. ,\r" you the man who tried to knock lA'thbridge's Imseball team because the necessary number of compllinen * J">tMry tickets were not handed out t" yt.v% If you nre not, then are you that gentleman's Friday-hi* running mate-he who furnishes tho fetid hot air to flout the spiteful and venomous mis-representations of your paid. Aiv> yu)4 the dolliir-a-yuril-murkuyer" ha* called your 'paper "Mr. HiiniiKirm orgnn" allow mo to �oy what you so well km w that I have never at any time in uny place tried to influence the course yonr pajwr should assume on any mutter, either public or prlvuto. 1 pleud guilty to tho fact that I subscribed nnd puid for a smull amount of stock to enable the founder A LOCAL BUDGET. I'ercy Ashe nnd wife of {.'oiKtsspeiit some days in the chy this wi^ek. th L') � f your pnpef to esioblish tt good Hoard of Trade very liglit, and tine, ,, - " incidentally MtoiI fj. ! ^'f ^ M�^>  - ^sponsibllity. Mr. l>onyU,,v Hi..l|h'". T ! 1 V""" ,,,rt uUh' an' ""junciully to do more in that line. Allow n�e to say. however. Mr. myself weiu appointed by the lio.ir-1 of Trade exccirtivu to go to the council and ask for a grant to the Hoard of Trade. 1 menlion.il to the Council Muit it was,desirable to mi.o Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kenny have r�-tutwd from'-their honeymoon. iFresh milk cow watttod, only nn �*tr� up Increased and that lie should be given rhurge of pubiL'-ity work and a grant from the Council vas desirable. Now sir. when "Taxpayer" iiiHinuutes that 1 hav� a porsonul luteivKt to s^rve in .thits nuitter he is a bttse slanderer. When Mr. Tuxpuyer intimates thit I packed either the Hoard of Tra le meeting at any time, or �ny l.ilxu'.il convention, l�> i� n liar of Hie meanest and basest type. When Ih.- says I appeared on the scene wilh � little clique and enough others to outvote' tho small liandful of mow ro|>resen  tative iiiembere who wore present he T.nn t>igun lU� rel'Msed �hortstop. left on TiietMlay morning for IWIItn Moi�t. .Mrs. (irny nnd daughter of Oi tnwo. Out.. I� visiting Mr. and Mrs \V. Oray. Fourteen yenr-old girl will accept position ns Hsht hel|�. Apply to lb x A.. Ilerul'l ollUv. White the new player signed by the I^ethbrhiiie nrinngmnent batted .'2JM> ami t'k-ld,il I.imxi while with ccasion lielng Die tn>lebra  tion of tlh'ir wooden wedding. A nv>��tli>g of the rural r,\ �n� held here on Tuesday. IU>v. V. I". (ale. iiiiswiimar\ in the lllood ite  serve and llev. F- l� U. Tyner wvreia the city att�mding. No one Ir n dr ne on (he boulevards gives the streets a finished nnd clean appear -mice. It /usts money nn doubt but it* money well spent us everyone coining into the city remarks upon the beauty of the trees and of the boulevards that Imve been fixed up. The city is nltwudy deriving a gtv.it nor lienefk front the Introduction of professional Itnseliull. Scores of people come to the city to see the games. At th same tim* they take the op potuuiiity oi purchasing from our merchants. This trade would not come our way If it were not for .he attraction of good fust baseball. I'lie met that the ployers are professionals dotts not make the game more attractive, but the |ieoplo know thai there is good ball and lots of it. name Jw�ch as couljl ndt I* maintaiiuilwith WITH the prcKM vogue of tht short skirt it behooves every women to look to her feet. Handsomer shoes never were msde then the new "Queen Quality" styles we are now showing. They nre the delight of wearers, the despair of imitators. If you value economy, if you appreciate comfort if you want to have pretty feet, let us fit you with a pair of these smart new MQueen Quality" Shoes. FRED COW & CO. lOditor. that to mention the ......, ___..... of the founder of your paper in con- 'amateur players iieetion with nn individual of -Tax- �, Klmn^.j.*" nr" elu'1 tQ kmw that Hherill (fayvi- inntinet would �� as improper 1 v ,. xmil iin"rl Ld,unfitting.^ to comp�ro Zgd,II^""* hfa Whflc ^ � with the silt of the sever or-' " Wh,ch to lt�k from CM' n guttersnij�u scenery Yours truly, the I grain which he It ok from ('aivlstin a Inst week. It tluly apiieaml in both beautiful work of art with u piece of .tho ijpthbrWge papers as products of the furilston Irtsiricl. Tlie Sheriff wus in town on Wetinesday. armed to the teeth nnd in � arch of tit* "fighting editor" but he dWIn't show up-that 1h-the e4lltor.- AIIktu Star. W. C SIMMONS. Police Magistrate Humphries has had little ofllcial business to do ex- it you Sii> n man digging in his topt ttttondmg to vugs and drunks, 'yard wry slowly, stopping often to Ned Mcpherson was give,, the hard- rest, you �,ny 1*4 he is making flow-worR^curo nt the Uurraelu fbr thirty or l*eds for his wife.-tout if ho is work-[days. Tlw other got tho u�ufl| ,�|. ing like 0 house afire, searcelv sto,.-I�r and costs. J to ^ l)m,h H ,,s m(b ,o Wfl(f, or they ni>i) house cleaning and ho is A. McOuiro, brolhor of V. W. Mc tluire has taken charg* of the local cleaning up the yard. -Stoughton Singer Sowing Machine Co. agency. Titr.eo. AMIIOV. Stankle ami Hunt are drilling a well for our school. If they gel goo 1 water It will be a good thing for this putt oi the country and for the new settlors who have got no good well winter Seeding is all. done unit the fiir'ncrs are having some leisure lieu* to enjoy themselves. Mrs .Inuies llnll and Oeorgu Walsh and S. and 1.. Sugv wont on a fishing excursion to the mouth of thu How. Hope they will gel a. good haul ns we are promised a good*(�Kt when they return. Mrs. T Walsh was a caller at Mr. �t> W-.iIhIi nt Sunday.' Mr. II. .1. and W. C. Duvls are idling to the city on business. Mr. Hell Talbot's father is here to see Sunny AJ-ita ami he is so well pleased mtli rh.i country thut he has bought a uhole section F Till? PHtlm�>s know. ah The Provincial Lumber and Mamj facturlng Coinfiany Limited) sun, others having claims' upon the salt' Company ore required to send n their claims to tin* underiiigned a: Litpiidator of the said Company o to L. M. .lohnstone, his udvocnte, it or l-eforo the 20lh day of August! 11)07. after which date tflo Liquidut or shall proevvd to dlKtrlhuto tlie hki sets <.f the saki Company among thei imrties entitliHl thereto having re j fpard to the claims only, of which he shall then hove notice. Creditors are ri�f|ueHted.to send in iheir'claims duly attoated liy arstat-iitory .iteclnmtion anil with u thuto-inent nt thu Security (W any) hw