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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 5, 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 slaaves, full size. Worth �2.(H), Special 11.65 $1.25 for Gowns worth $1.50 Good quality white cotton gowns, trimmed with embroidery insertion nd tucks. Yoke etfect, Special price 11.25 75c. for Gowns worth $1.00 Ladies' nightgowns, trimmed with lace aroiind 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 91.50, special 11.25 95c. for Corset Covers worth $1.25 Made of fine white cambric and trimmed with fine lace and insertion. Special 95c Exclusive Dress Muslins. Hundreds of yartis of these sum-mer muslins-cotton, and silk and cotton mixed Styles and colorings the most effective and pleasing that we have ever sliown. Three special lines at .20c., 25c., and 40c. See our windows. Dainty Summer Blouses. New and becoming styles in ladies' fine lawn and mull blouses, all trimmed with fine embroideries, laces, etc. The very latest creations are to be found in our ladies' ready-to-wear department at moderate prices, filouses at 11.50 to 14.50 $3.25 for Underskirts worth $4.00 An extra fine garment, made of good quality white Inwn, trimmed with two rows of deep lace insertion and hemstitched tucks, finislied with heavy lace around bottom, 22in, flounce. Special $3.25 $1.85 for Underskirts wSfth $2.25 Made of fine white cambric, 18in. lawn flounce, trimmeot with an nccidont on Tuesday niomlng thn'l cost hinx a log 'He had just assi.S'lebell, and Mewtourn amput'ated the right leg l)elow the knee. SOO-SPOKANE SERVICE. Will Cover I..500 Miles in 6i51 Hour.s -K.^slest Train to Coas't. "A' ' WANTED. Men to take contract to cut cord wood, good price. Apply Saturday to,IBnit,house ^wtb of Bompas St. M gtnitb. Hi. WANTKD. Wanted o.xperienced grocery clerk, to take chargK! of grocery and crockery department. Apply stating ex-l-'ori&nca and salary to Box U, Jler-alU office. ProvineUl Board of Health. The ofllcial announcement of the members constituting the provincial board of health has Ijeen made public. The board is constituted as follows: J'rank Hamilton Mowburn, M. D.. CM., Lwthbridgo; Ohas. Newlbury Cobbetl, M.D., C.M., Edmonton; Jas. Delcware I-�fTcrty, M.U., Calgary; IX. B. Owens, sanitary engineer, Toronto. In Ufklition to the above ap -pointmont A. E. Irving, M.I>., D.S. O., provincial health otlicer, is by virtue of the public health act the secretary cf the nowly created board. "Cityef Medicine llat" Coining. Ttie "City of Medicine Hat," Capt. Boss' new steamer is conning to Lethbridge in a tew days. If thei-e are thirty passctigcrs listed, the steamer will leave the Hat on Saturday night. Tlie hour of its arrival at Lethbridge has not liven annpunc-ed. Eastor and more comfortable trans portation will be giken between St. Paul and; the I'ni'ific Soa.st by the ! now Soo-Spokane serv ce which the ic.l'.U. w:il start on July 2, than cn any rai.l'vay How running between St. I'aii: and the coast. The .servicj will be daily, entailing the necessity of six new trains. They will coiisi.st ordinarily of four cars, comprising ime baifgage car. ore diner an'd two through slocpers, but two additional sloi'pors will l)e added if necessary. The distance from St. Paul to Spo-k.ine is approxinuctely l,5O0 initc-s. ami the distance v-ill Ijo made in 05i hours. The trains will leave St. Paul at 22..30 daily, reach Mc.ose Jaw at 18.3.T novt day, ModicincHat nt lO.'j .^n the day following, Crnn I rook 10.40; Kingsgate, 12.13, an,l Spokane 16.00 o'clock. On the return the trains leave Spokane daily .Tt iri.n6. The sorvirjc fi'f.m St. Paul to tho Soo will bo by the regular daily train. Daily trnins have been runn -ing previously on this route on the [various sections to th� coast, but tiie.v arj now being connectod ond made into a through train. Twc of tho cars to b� used on 'this now service are now in the city depot. Thoy are the finest cars which como into the O.P.U. depot, 'being comfiartmcnt observation cars with every convenience. A LOCALBUOGET. William Ri|erated upon ycstoi'doy for apjiendicitis. He is reported to-day. to l>e doing well. T. R. Brine, manager of Eastern Townships Bank, 'I'nijer, and Sirs. Brine wei-e in the cit.v yesterday. Medicine Hat Iwat High River last night at lacrosse by 11-(i. Leth-bi'idge goes to the Hut on Momlay ami lilaple Creek onTue.sday. .1. Brown of Neopawa, Man., head of the J. Brown Co. Ltd., uccoini|�in-led by his wife, spent a few days in tho citj', while on his way to look over his timiljer interests in B. C. He. and Mrs. Brown were tho guests of 'their daug4iter, Mrs. "Ulenner-'Has-sott. Snow in Montana. When Soutliorn Alberta was hav -Ing an all-day rain last Saturectablo collection. In Alberta we have not grown hoary enough to lay. claim-ito much in tho archaeological way and  our history is oven .yet young. Still tlicint will make provision for atloast one good-sized room which shall bo tho nucleus of u ntu.souin. In the stocking of such a room subs'tantial and could bo gi\ien by .the Provincial 'hiistoricul Society- and idouhtless by Mr. Charles Mair, who ia undortak-ing tlio preparation of % aew history of the West.-Kdmonto* Journal. NEW SPORT FOB ALBERTA LAB-f lES. Wild cat himting is a now accd from their (daces at the quarter. Jack Frost c.in't win.-Locombe Westo-.n I Globe. i;ho P. O. Department and Hon. Mr' Ijciniou.x aivs to bo congratulated on the decision to stay 'by the new regula'titins regarding tho charg�!s on U. S. |)ublicatipns. Lots of the pid)-liuations from our cousins across the border we value, lots inoi-e Caiia'd>� Is hotter wiithlr.nt, but in tKc running of governmental nuichinery we are iimU-r no obligation, neitiior is it doslrnblo to overlook ihe advice in the Imnwrtal quotation that "biz-ness is bizncss."-Farmers' Advocate 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 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 yarUs, roots and herbs, a great Ijoon to women, miimcrs ami business men. For sale or by moil �1.00 a Ikjx of 2C0 tablets. TMOS. FOl'LSTON, General Agent, PiiH'her Station, Alta. .'V. M. Moivleii police imtgistrato, and one i.f the |iron!,inon't citizens of Pincher Cm^k was drowned' on Fri day, Juno 21, while crossing the crt-ek at his ovn home. THE BAY OF BKUCE BEAGLES BEAGLrB. Oh! the deep dark bay of Bruce Ifeaglo's dog Shall not lie forgotten very soon, By tho neighbors who hark to the .soumi of his bark. As-ho howls nt the round, red Inoon. Tile twy. it is deep, ond drives away sloop, " As ho sits on his haunches to croon And, with elevated: nose he poiirs out his woes. . . In 'the oars of the round, rwl moon. I But the neighhors arose fromthoir warm IkxI clothes And swore by the Oiv?at Horn Spoon, That they'd mutilate tha't 'lieo^. unless ho ejuickly ceasedg Fronj boying at tho round, red moon. ' :�/j?r>''-� The man who gets iniid at what the newspapiM's sny aliout hinwhould Four \Yins, two ties, and two lo.ss-es.oiit of eight gnnu'S played with the lending clulis of th(! Ijimguc Is a [return thanks thrw times good reut^ird. Lethbridgie Is satisfied with its bull team. a ilu.f iw 'ati' for . what the nowspaiiers knbw jatiout him and suppress.-Lindsay PosTI; ;