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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHTJP1DCE DAILY HERALD THE TALK OFTHE TOWN IS THE CASH RAISING SALE! "Such Wonderful "Such Beautiful is what we hear all day long. JVo wonder our loss is enormous. Imt we must raise the cash, and that explains our sacrifice. Just a few days (o Easter and many dollars Tor you to save on your new Spring attire. Come and convince yourself of our statement that such values could not duplicated anywhere in Canada at this time of the year when variety is at its best. New goods arriving daily and being placed in the slaughter. Below are a few of the many bargains. LADIES' DEPARTMENT Extra Offering 7.5 Tblfi stroup embraces an unusual assortment of aen" models betray the latest styl Regular Authentic Styles ThlH assemblage will moat comprehensive se- lection ot spring ityles Octet copies of origin- al models. Values J32.- qO to Stunning Value Individually, styles nev- er made to sell for less than J22.50. Attractive models now presented st Our Special Women's high. .class Suite, this sea- con's most fashionable styles comprise quality and style sure to please at J25.00 to While tbey lufc at Blouses Wnisis, exquisite now styles in voiles and pique, boauti fully trimmed according to the season's demand. Extni values at aud J2.00. values at 51.75, all sizes. Sale Price. Xciv Blouses Fino quality jnaterlnU, snuirt styles in voile and mull, low or high necks. Cull sleeves, beautiful embroidered; regu- lar Sale Price MEN'S DEPARTMENT Specials "Wo feel proud to be able to give such big Silk Waists Our entire stock in all styles and shades. No reserve, mostly small sizes, 34 and 36. Regular values to 512.50- Your choice at Corset Covers and Drawers dozen new Covers. and rawers, quality and lace trimmed, good valuea at Lethhridge. Regular up to 1.30.00 Suits at These anils will make the beet dresser sit up nnd take notice. There are Tweeds and English Worsteds, plain and novelty effects re- gular up to .65 Big Selection We lay special empha- sis on tills lot la greys and browns, ns they "nro the strongest line ]n our store..... Constatlnc ot a tremen- dous lot of young men's stylefi and nil slzea for men who wint to Iceep young AMERICAN LADY CORSETS Sizes only 13, 20 and 1A to 27; KID GLOVES Blaok, tan and white WOMEN'S HOSE Silk and Lisle; all shades Renter 35c and 40c Skirts 10 onlv blue and black Serge Skirts, Skirts IE only blue and black Serge Sfclrts, Deflect P. D. CORSETS Sizes 33 to 37 KID GLOVES Tan and white BOOT HOSE Black and while Pleated back and front and full flare bottom. Regular value J5.50 (JA Sale Price every detail. See them to appreciate the regular valuea at J6.50 and ?7.00 Sale Price Men's Felt Hats All sizes and shades; flee, vilue S1-T5 and J2 Spring Caps All the wanted shades Res. Tahie to flM ___ Fedora Hats The very newest shades. Regular values 52.50 ft! and' 4> 1 Ties Endless Shirts All sizes and Tariery; 7Cp value ?1.25 i Sox Liile .and .caGnmere, all colors and OR A Regular We to Belts Tan, iblack Good valne OUR MOTTO: SATISFACTION OR MONEY REFtnS7DED THE ROYAL STORE 512 Third Avenue South, Lethbridge NOTICE Store Closes on Friday. Open Until 10 Tonight. CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' hare just reeelred a large shipment of Children's and Misses' HatB. Prices from 25c LADIES' WHITE WASH H.OO :2.00. PRINTS, GPNQHAMS AND large assortment .at patterns. LADIES' discount on all lines ot Ladles' Slippers and r We cam- a complete liiie of Fruit. Groceries and Provisions. PROMPT DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. R. B MORDEN PHONE 13S6. 526 13th ST. N. i m SUPPLY CP. R. Again Drilling Near Town Owing !o United Oils'. Success Sausages! Why do the Citizens of Lethbridge say They Cannot Beat OUR SAUSAGES 7 Because they speak the truth! WESTMINSTER MARKET 310 13tJi St.. X. Phone 1055 Foremost, April the open- ing of the flowing well on the- United Oil property interest has been arous- ed among others who are looking for water aad as a result the well on the C.n.R, right ol way is being lower- ed. This well was abandoned last fall, hope of tinning water being giv- en up, hue now tbe drillers have been instructed to go the limit and it is quite probable that Foremost will soon hate ils first well. Several private dams have heen placed in the hraoch coulees of Chin Coulee to catch the water resulting from the spring thaws and the own- ers have been selling the water to the residents of Foremost. Inspector Chambers, oi the Irrigation ment, visited here last week and de- clares such dams are constructed con- trary to law, also that the sale of water, of surface origin, is contrary lo law, and it is probable that some of tltese artificial reservoirs will be reserved hy the government and the free use of the water given to the people. A change of management a.t tbe Beaver lumber yard is scheduled to take place next week. The contract for sidewalks lor Fore- most-was let by the Board tot Trade last Saturday, Contractor F. Jones being tbe fortunate bidder. Work was started Monday and the walks will be complete by next Saturdav. Ma- terial lor the cross-walks and cul- verts had to be ordered from the mills and this part of the contract will lie delayed as a result. The heavy snow 01 the past winter disappeared in exactly the right man- ner to do the most good from the farmer's standpoint, the warm sun and "absence oi wind permitting the bulk of the moisture lo seep into the i ground where it will come in handy j to start "the. spring seeding toward a bumper crop. One inconvenience la 1 the condition ot the roads which af present is interfering with tbe seed haulers. Sunt. Walker, 11. R. Marnocli, In- spector Lindsay and Commissioner ijrace were among Lethbridge's prom- inent citizens in Foremost last week, }Irs. A. D. Medhuist spent the past week with friends in Leuiruiiige. The reports from the drill- ers at ihfl Oi! company's well state that the drill is now 2000 feet below the surface. Irrigation .inspec- tor Chambers visited there Saturday to get a glimpse of the famous floir- I ing well anil to get such data as will i be of interest to his department. General Merchant Ij. Grady spent last week with Lethbridge and Cal- gaiy wholesalers ordering suppliei for the spring trade. The distribution ot government seed is about finished here, there being only about sixty applications yet to I Jill." Immigration Agent Downic cx- pe-ts to leave shortly Tot the thrlv- ing Hamlet of Wrenthara to continue the work, while his assistant, Mr, ilarples, will have charge of the-work near Lethhridge. In passing it is well to" say that these gentlemen have been unusually courteous to the farmers who, as a'rule, receive quite brusque treatment when meeting with i dispensers ol red tape. Special .services will be conducted at tlio Hcrwe 4 Salmon hall un Eas- ter. Sunday- by Rev. Jas. Shearer. invited. It is not expected that the Easter display of bonnets and wearing ap- parel will be a very imposing aflah in Foremost this year, but we will have the board walk ior a genuine (promenade in J.1UK. Sight-seers in Foremost should not overlook the, post office bulletin board. As a point o[ interest it is about the most original thing ,of which we can boast. THE KING'S HOTEL 13lh STREET NORTH PHONE The loss In !he burning ot the Royal Hotel of PJnmas, Man., Saturday night, la now ylaced at OUR CUISINE AND SERVICE ARE UNEXCELLED. SUNDAY EVENING DINNER 5.30 to Cents. Heated Front Rooms with Full Board .THIRTY DOLLARS MONTHLY The North Market Re-opened and operating under same iystem Public Open Every Day with a Full Line of MEATS; PROVISIONS, GROCERIES AND FEED At Very Lowest Cash Prices The North Market will be tlie Saving Centre" of the city. Large orders delivered. G. B. Tibert, Manager. 1401 5th Avenue North. -'Under Unity Hill. The People's DrugStore ]VTorth Wide Drug Store Let us flii your Prescription. Dispensed by Graduates only and the Purest ol Drugs. Satisfaction Guaranteed. w. H. MCCAFFREY PROPRIETOR 240 13th SI.'N. WE START TODAY We have purchased the Alberta Meal Market from R. Coultry and took ever tho bualneii today. are experienced In the meat butlneai and are able to continue to give the public the lame High Qualify Good Service for which this Market it wen known. V The Highest in Quality But Not in Price will our motto, too. By careful buyfng'nnd preparing we are going to try to build up A Urfle phone Trie's. We solicit your patronage and eipectally invite busintiB from particular people? THE ALBERTS MEAT MARKET PHONE 492. HOPKINS i: ;