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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDXES1UY, Al'IUl, 1, 1911 THE LKTHBRIBGB DAILY HKRALP f'AfJE NINE THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block Per ;Cent Off All Suits, Coats, Skirts, Dresses, Underskirts, Kimonos Three Full Friday, and Saturday rousing Ilirec-iliiy bargain event indml- ing oiii' entire Spring- Sloek. We inako ihe nil. smnll ami tlic Imi sire tin; within your.'irsu-li.. and nil of tde high slnmlrml of Mylc nml quality yon expect to lind ill this stnre. Xn jjnnlc or job bought for pin1- no left overs or old styles featured its new; every gunncnt fresh and now, represent- ing honest values at regular prices, and the obtainable, gong Tor (his lliree- day sale AT 20 PER CENT LESS THAN REGULAR ''Wip u-jr.'-i iI trais n- vl April UitU-t stunt urH-ojuf itr.i-ic sieei 'I he Si-It railing sx cjtu-. foil tic v oi noit'jtrn h Hfcnf 0 bran- I tu VllOJill tiiC1 SpriHC Awl tin- .Ill-is be -Mr. tlicir sunr in Ihc'KirJtliatn HLoft aii'l iakiui: icsiiience on I Mr. and Mis. F- K. Kislier have i uji iheir ai Rivcr- tt'.e home n; tier's PAF- and Mis C. I-'. P- Cony- i.c.irc. I Mrs. f. M. ArnoM, di BrooVs. nuJ Miss Hetty Nourfc, of Calgary, i ha visiting in the city, 'left fur Calgary K-ilay. Mr. ;itid CJrs. .Arnold (hc-ir iiiturc ;In Cnlcary. t STORE NEWS FOR GREAT VALUES DAY The smallest coin of the realm can be used to great advantage in the Dry Goods Section ycu wiH fin a on sale in the Diy Coeds Sec- tion of LStfu' sntf serviceable articles thai sold at y. and lOc. i.t sarv-e ev-n at this IJttle price 1c. are a few of ihc i DAY Main Hil.b'-i. all r.l JIGIlo I'll'.? lc !lji I'luj. c." -Ailte cit r.c 1c Curl i-ac-l; ic S'Hi .Silk ;i tl: vjfii lloval V Kiln luilij in Mid-' ol (ol- ors Ic stichius le I var.'. .....1c -JlULl-t ........1C .Ml ........' SU.LI-, liKKVd quantity or All KUlU l.lai-k white b-Jiiii. ...................1C Standard "Quality First" "My lady's" Corsets, now Groceries For Less lijriftj1 2 DOZEN NEW LAID EGGS FOR 2 "TINS CLOVER LEAF SALMON ONE POUND SIZE................ 100 POUNDS GOOD POTATOES FOR .45c ,4 Special for the Boys Odd Pants-Bloomer style Strcitif-imported Tnceil fur bujs. just Iho hind for school .wear. Hloomor with the iiinl ilark {jf. Lrown and frcni 21 tu 31. pair in the tot that is net worth THURSDAY News of low prices in ladies9 box calf Bluchers L-jclies' llox Calf Uli-c-hers a batgali'i A s'.ice tbct fjualiiy, stylo and service Aiib' a that u-.ofln llu-ir ppwciy clearance. All sizes in llils g 4 nft lot. Ileguli.rC.Oti. THURSDAY.... 9 I the question-read of low in Corsets. -.V .-uhs just i-.n at top. frnr L.j.v H pcrfr-.-i nums ard 1 5C in pretty blue and green iJo you ncod a Tilth 'Jf FO licnVs a splon- lire. JJiue green designs to liarmonitn v.-ith ymir mat that will laundc-r hs easily a towel. Conic in sizes I'lain centres S1.75 Mi. nnd .Mrs. Mfp.ry Tr-niuint ami; little iruirr.Ed dome lo after a viiit v.iU] Mr, aiid Miss Kite Tenant, wsn'ith. committee Ju charge in- Si-, have recently .Vrssrs.. A. H. Itnnnetman, io frciu Co'JHs, (icoree Cluswirk, T.- II- KlreUvoutl, K. II. Klpclwyod :ir.d-.l. Clarke. _ in Si. actl '-St. Mrs. J- EO. 'Cyjjriati's weeks shortly to in" X'algary, A CARTOONISTS DREAM' OF HOME RULE TORONTO RESTAURANT WORKERS MAY STRIKE modified. Hie workers in resturants i.'in Me. urn] .honor gucsr qi'n bright little bridge 'Mis. F. U. of C'algarv, .lo.i; .Mrs. .1. 0. i'gui.c cast cu roue Ijat-V: lo India. Imstess this Two I .4- latTrs piny. Mrs. II. Mrs. 0. K. ol Calgary, son Mrs. vV. J'erilbnd LiniEscy ipa-.e an hut -veiy cajoyrA'ile ai the tea tahlc, the daiiil- [tca MoJidav ics .sorvni by Mrs. W. K. f 01 is Hcatlc and Miss "of her sister, JIull, Lady SlralliftKia her daughter Miss Hrnjr.n, .-'otjiCfifcflSO, a "piomi- jjoiie to Algieis. iftit uirinh'rr uf "Use-1 National :6eo-i jirafh'cal- scn-irly a-praduatc Cjjitain, Scots (Juarrli, vtre- C'OtUnih'n uiiivciKltiv in Cntgatj: (hamfcrrJuin "lo Lord Aberdeen, vices Slir is roy of Irelaml, who arrived his (material We 'shon-'s'iorJr.s, for.n'hicli sister. Miss of l.undon, Miss Urn for; :s hfeor.iing iatnous. j Kiurt, nnd Jiai! at the 'f Chateau. liavc !rft for Tor- Mrs. T. !raves Their mother is fer inr Kdiocntcii, was the d' Lndy Loiu-lta of London, clro oi an tliimble tc.i Kngiand. en by Mrs. ycsterilay afirr-1 f f The asshtfct by Uic honorary IUKSJ- .Mrs. C, K. nnd plea sin.? (lerjl uf llc Wwr.en's. Canaiiian Hub fpiar.u ilvets "ere rradrred by Mrs. J tlf Kdmontou. has kindly invited nil jMilfotil atid Mrs. lt.p n-.eir.ljcrs of the club to a ccccn- I (ion at gcvernnieiit in the ciiy Uircalcn to They Tlu Sicilian Arrives I The Maple Lrai Club have Jessie Alexander ilob- .________________ The Allr.ii ]Lior Skilian from invitations to held itcaui.itic- reciter, on Tlniiiday also want hlghor wftgoa. 'Loading is by H. Mlichull ys l.'lC, s- April "2, from 1.30 Toronto, Onl., April oon-lror men will organize'them-lulu a dochcd at St. iiasEongrrr, beitiy Journal. dilior-s tinder which they work arc [unioa. Jjiio here on Weilnesday morning. 6.SO BLACKFEET INDIANS ARE THE WEALTHIEST PEOPLE IN CANADA AND THE SECOND WEALTHIEST IN THE WORLD flbfue fiirlnrc ft NlackfoM lirave, anil fn full The, iiiost of thc-se Indiana arc frAidrnt tn Hijiithnrn Alhcita. Tlio toMl unjlth o[ It'.f' Indiana, inrlmllnsr average yearly Inronie. Is second oaly to Hie weaHli [lie Inflinns of Kurlniiatriy (he of thlp is luitd lu IniiJ, laipleinciitf, lii'c slocii, Olc., EO the Imtian i .intuit his- linfttntic- niallli. COFFEE The Finishing Touch To A Perfect Meal CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL. u Mis. K. G. I'mhlon, el juill artive tomorrow lo C, 'Mrs. A. [jniet.-biit iiretly v irj. KIJOX. o'clock en Tiifidny ?tiss Urssir this city, be- came tlin lirirlc of Mr.1 Thomas ('aiis- py, of T.tRCr. The bride. WAS attend rrl by tier siMcr, Miss wben folded son. while her. brother. Mr. jiavid Wilson snpi-orled. the tjrmfni. Hcv. I A. C. Cameron lied Uot j Lc Of Knos and hor rlCEvriptions UTCC in- interesting. Mr. Will Slianil n-as rhainnan or I lie hie.'tir.g, ;iiiil .lohnstoi. innvrd a oi tlianks u. speaV- frs, lici.-l. u-ho opcral- c.l the Irip.torn, ami Knox Churcli GniM for the'usi1 of MACLEOD BRANCH NOW A GOING CONCERN R. T. McNIGOL ELECTED PRESIDENT Mariuoil. AHa., March a meeting held hi St. Audio's cimrt-li on Sumlay eveiiins the laeal branch of the Canadian Ilible Hociety re-organized, the jllcv. II. 0. Marr of Calgnry. illalrkt SRiretary for AHn-rta, occupying the Tht officers of the P.'ere el- jected flft follows: President, 11. T. Me- Nichol; vice-itrcstilents, Rev. Bath- uist Hall of Cbriat Church; Rcr. A. Richard, of the Mciliodtst Rev. l-Jdwln Smith of tile Prtebylcr- ehurrfi, atid It. J, Kollis; secrc- J. A. comiuil- tec, K. Korstcr Urowa, Mrs. Tl, J. K. GJidiiier and Mrs. R. J. KoHia. A DAINTY SILK COAT It IF a ve.-y Ifgbt coal fits Into the MINERS' STRIKE IN U.S. Sur.Jrcd Thousand May Be Out 1 Work Pcnd- Iing Agrcemenl III.. April fifl? 'iho'isiiHfl Ohio .coal rair. wore forced into idle- 'odny, .ind thirty-eight thousand nin miners may-be Ihroivn carriert bv the. 0111 ntploymciil Friday -because ol Mrs. in tlic prcienco of a irw frinirK o! Hl afternoon, the hrirte and groom. :_, Tn'rm jiak-olri j Mr. and Mrs. Causey reside in wjil he the rcreplion vonimil- failure of the recent Chicago conference between ojferalors and flrlnls of Ihc VnLled Mine Workprs or America to rc.ich a