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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta [ 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 fine quality white Cambric, trimmed with embroidery aud lace insertion, luce around yoke and stoves, full size. Worth $2.00. Special Jl.lio $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 7f�e. Ladies' Corset Covers $1.25 Handsome undergarments, trimmed with three rows of lace insertion and finished with lace and baby ribbon. All sizes, worth $1.50, special $1.25 95c. for Corset Covers worth $1.25 Made of tine white cambric and trimmed with fine lace and insertion. Special 95c Exclusive Dress Muslins. Hundreds of yards of these sum-iner muslins cotton, and silk and cotton mixed Styles and colorings the most effective and pleasing that we have ever shown. Three special lines at 20c, 25c, and -10c. See our windows. Dainty Summer Blouses. New and becoming styles in ladies' tine lawn and mull blouses, all trimmed with tine embroideries, laces, etc The very latest creations are to be found in our ladies' ready-to-wear department at moderate prices. Blouses at $1.50 to $4.50 $3.25 for Underskirts worth $4.00 An extra tine garment, made of good quality white lawn, trimmed with two rows of deep lace insertion and hemstitched tucks, Hnished with heavy luce around bottom, 22iu, tlouuce. Special $3.25 $1.85 for Underskirts worth $2.25 Made of fine white cambric, lSin. lawn tlouuce, trimmed with one row of'heavy lace insertion and tucks, finished with heavy lace around bottom. All lengths, special $1.S5 95c. for Underskirts worth $1.25 Good quality ,White Cotton underskirts finished with 0 inch embroidery and tucks. Special 'Joe.. $1.00 for Ladies' Drawers worth $1.25 A very fine cambric garment with muslin frill trimmed with tine' lace and lace iusertion. Special 1.00 75c for Ladies' Drawers worth 1.00 Made of good quality white cambric, deepeinbroidery frill and tucked Special 1.00 SOLE AGENTS FOR BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS. Had Leg Cut Off. How to Make Money Buy $50 Land for $15 You can do it. I can sell it to you! 100,000 acres to select from, if you buy from me. Kuginecr Duncan Mi'Kivtiit vvi-" runs |hi* second engine tlml is used to us.si.s-t trains nw the hill ut \VIioo|i-('|i liK-t with an necident on Tiicstlii.v illuming that cost him u U>g Ho hud JunI assisted u train over j the hill, nml was. under tho tfixler compound engine immislintcly jstui-Wtl of iis own accord causing tin* engineer's leg to Im> crushed by tlii' whi-els ol th�' ti'nili'r. Tin' fireman assisted McK.wen into tin- engine uihI la-ought him to Lelh-hridge. Drs. Camirhell, anil Mewburn umpututed the right leg below tIn* knit- SOO-SPoK \\K SKHVH'K. ! \V,II Cover I ..1IK) Miles in 0.1 J Hours -Fastest Train to t'onsl. I have some property. snaps in town A sure way to make money BUY WHEN LOW, SELL -WHEN HIGH I Provincial Board of Health. The olllcial uniiuuuceiilent of Out I members constituting the provincial Ixmrd of heulth lias lieen made pub-lie. The hoard is constituted us fol-[Jows: I'Vank llamiltoii Mowhurn, M. jl)., CM.. Ijethbrklge; Thus. New'tmry ! t.'obliett. M.O . CM.. Kiliuonton; .Ins. 1 View arc IjilTerty. M.H-. I'algar.v; 11. 11. Owens, sanitary to. in addition tu lioiiitiui'iit A. I'.. Irving, Mil., U.S. I) , provincial health olllcer, is hy virtue of the public health act the si'cretnrv if 'he newly creutiil board. - 'City �f Medicine Hat" Coming. K.ister iiiui iiinri- comfortable trans jiortalinii will he giken between St. I J'.iul anil ihe 1'neiHc Sonst hy the tn'w Son-Spokane servo1 which the [ IM' It. u II start on .lulv 1!. than i n | any rall'vn,\ now running between j St. I'uu: am! the const. The ser\ ic-' will lie duil>, entailing the necessity j of six new trains. They will consist | ordinarily of four cars. comprising 1 one baggage car ore illner nml tw i | through sleepers. Inn two ailililion.il I sleepers will 1*.' uiliieil if mt'essary. i The distance from St. Paul to Spj- I U.ine is approximately l,.1till ntilis, ' ami the distance v ill lie mtuie in (1.11 hour�. The trnins will leave St. i'aul a'. ~- 'Mi iluil.v, reach ed ulHiut ten feet in the air when it first felt th(> rope, but the .voting lady nmnuged to hold it. \ couple of dnys Inter slut siiccihsUsI in killing another big cut. TIk- Medicine Hut News reportslhnt Miss Krcda Schniel/or shot u iinjiister lynx on Sumlay afternoin ut her father's ranch a few miles out from tilc city. Kroim her Uslroom window she observed the lynx stalking the diniestic flock of ducks anil she im -llioiliulely sei/i�l a shot gun and stalked the lynx with such good effect that she howled il over wilh mil) shot. 13 & a5.� WITH the present vogue of the short skirt it behooves every woman to look to her feet. Handsomer shoes never were made than the new "Queen Quality" styles we are now showing. They are the d--light 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 "Queen Quality" Shoes. FRED GOW Si CO. NATl Hirs 1{KM1'.I>Y. IVrkin's National Herbs, the (liiwt-est Kamil.v Medicine Known to Science. Looking at thu crops ut present, ever, and betting on the race Ik- -twuell the frost ami tlie wheat. III-.' latter is selling favorite ami from tlwir places ut the qunrtet, .lack Krost can't win.-Uicnuihc \Vesle:u tilobe. To-niorrow at the t'entrul School, live annual flower show will bo given Owing to pressure of exuinintvticiis and couUI bo given by,tine Provincial Cures rheumatism, kidney and liver disorders, stomach and nervous 'troubles, female complaiuls and catarrh, and all diseases arisiu-glrom impure blmil. Prepared from the 'purest barl.s, roots uiid herbs, n great boon to woiikmi, milkers anil business men. Kor sale or by mull $1.0(1 a Ikix of 2(^0 tablets. TIKIS. KOI I.STON, (lenerul Agent, A and PiuclK no special progrumino is prepared, but ptirents nro coruiully invited to utleml the show hut ween eleven ami twelve o'clock. Historical Society and -douhtlesH by Mr. t'lmrles Mair. who ie iinilei'tiik -ing the preparation of n lew history of thu West.-Kdmontuti Journal. The P O. iH'pnrtmenl and lion. Mr. Niuicux ai� to he congratulated on the decision to stay hy the new regulations r-'gtirdiiig the charg�-s on T. S. publications. Lots of the publications from our cousins across tlu. >hiy, border wo value, lots more Caii,ul;i envk Is belter wilthtut, hut in Hie running of gnvommontnl machinery we are under no obligation, neither is it desirable to overlook thi/.-ness In bizness." - ruiiut-rs' Advoc itu Piucher Station, Alln. M. one Moi'deii police una g'is-l rate, ilihe prominent citizens of r Cris-U was drowned on Krea$t less he quickly reused^ ( Kroui haying at thu round, moon. 1^?' UK- rod Knur oul wins, two ties, and two loss-of eight games played with advice ] the leading clubs of tlie league is a good record l.ethbridge is satisfied with itt. bull team. Tho man who sets mad at what the newspais-rs sny nl*out hiiivthntild return thanks tlir.s- times a day for what the iiewspa|K>iT. know 'aliiuit him and suppress.-Lindsay Pos^f ;