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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1914 THE LETHJilMDGp..DAILY HERALP PAGE SEVFJv ri A D VT LLAKlYLi fit THE LADIES> STORE AcadiaBlocfc Wednesday is Ready-to-Wear Day And nuiiiy special vcilm s pivvuiL Ihrsi- cmnpliMi1 IK-W sUu-ks of Suils and Coals, Skirls :nul Dri'ssrs. Assortments are the largest and most satisfying vJlhin your reach and with auch savings prepared fos out-of-town ehoppers, inducements are the we have had to olfer Ibis season In correct Vi-ear triinQS that yog right now. LOVELY COATS S13.60'" U Splendid Variety. Values all K to pro- euro arid stjles llr very lui- csi and inoEt cv.Ttt-t VOM couM v. L-ii to HIGH GRADE SUITS In Most Exclusive Styles. Featuring the new tlroii In classy high graUo ehowu In models of t'Jl 0110 ct a kind -jud all i-outliif J 10 (his store. Tans, mustard, tango, navy and Hague blue are Hie principal colors shown. The new Ripple Coat Is shown In a few exclusive numbers, jjso Coats and Cutaways. Suit Sale Worth to A ln'.rt-hased line In navy serges fords anil Ifelil tuei-ks, wool 'materials and made In the very btefil slylc-s. Trimmed Hats A spoiiul Couvcutlou Week K-ilc, IncluOluif our cnllro new stotk worth and SU'-- iiiclurtei! wltliouL any resorve at tliiB very low Fitle pritc. Coat Sale Worlh up to 520. Navy ami u-hlpcmils and mixed u-ee-Jt. ;uij f-jll In ;IK ucll as einall n'jintii's ari'3 exiitt to K. MILADI Phones Res-1115- Offitei224 Our Aim to Present Best Merchandise At Prices Within The Reach Of All Two Big Specials in Royal Society" Stamped Goods Night Gowns CO of these lint- Arr.eric.-w chalk-Jinlsaed Niiusook Night Cwns; garment is all ready made up and I? stamped and out- lined ready .for Miss -nl Medicine. -is: Miss ninoch, oi Calgary, is a staying KilL Mrs. A. K. Dimlor. ;ucst valu-Miss Tilley. Miss Jcnri L'rch, oi Monarch, is a guest with Miss Mary Simpytm. .Mr. HeXatnm I.ons. 0! Calgary, spent, Kastcr relatives here. Nemo and Warner Rust-Proof Coraets School .Teacher, ftttention! CJAPev Cent off Every -new I Suit, Coat or Drbss in oiir Splendid Stock for Three Days Only Suits on Sale at we have Novelty S-jits at J20 to we make special mention of a aplen- did lot ot HvjsineEs Suits, in Tweeds, Worsteds ar.rl Serges, regular up to AH now this season. These n-ill he on for three days only. Coats as Low as Mr. Will He-gun, nf Kdnionton, was a holiday the ciiy. Miss Maud Olvcr is spending a iicmth'1.: vacation with in Win- Miss K'ogcrs, Calfaiy, is a guest! with Mary Jlurpliy. j Mr. Cutlibcrl, ot Monarch, was ac guest in the r-ity lor l-Jastcr. Monday, I motoring bone 1oJay. I iss Hetty Clay, oi Nova Scotia, I s th: gurst of Mr. and Mrs. I'. s Shaw, Twellth strcr-i. Miss Mary MeN'.ihu spent Kastci at :er hnmc in (irassy l.atc. Jlr. Karl Kisenhaucr, of the experi- mental farm stall, spent Easier aj Grassy Lake vith his mother, and brother. Mr. Wright, oE a visitor in tlic city for Easier. Mr. WaltiT Gall and .Mr. Phil I.awrtncc, -returned' yesterday from thrir western trip. Tho eagerly awaited cricket dance is tho social feature for this evening, and judging liy the enthusiasm, :the attendance will he a record one. DRY GOODS DEPT. Children's Dresses VenfDa'miy Children's, ' Drosses all i Manipfil for enibroMery work f lug. Mddc heavy American mtnl Clnih Ju s-'ii shadr-s of oM tun ainl wlihn. tf i t 2 and 1 yearn ..............4? I il and 8 DRY GOODS DEPT. Infants' Moccasins For. Uie I'.tlle rale in the Shoe SeclIon-rlMfant's Tan anil Red Kid Moc- caslne, all stze'c, Trotn 0 to 1 In the lor. Resjulaf eady Oat- rose, 50 IRoome Wednesday Dinner 12 In '2 p.m. .Million Jil'otll Coil Ih'iskci Potatoes Beans Apricot Pit- Cherry Tie Apricot Pudding Oranges Bananas Coffee II. B. Tea, Milk Continuation Sale Of New Spring Novelty Curtains This week pair You will find a tablft fillej with Novelty Cm'tahs in llio IIouFe Furalshins Section All DCAP spriug rffocts In lare, itadras. scrim and Brussels Xr-L Yakuts that sold In tho regular iray ujj to ?ri.OO.............. English Cretonnes clearing at 8c yard pEeec-3 of these Imported Euelleh CrtilonnCH In bluo. ereen and Iftu shadep. Heavy quality, ft! Inches fin I'cr yard........................ OU Men's Handkerchiefs A purcliasc of Haadbcrchlefs f navies us to offer you these "Mea's Irish, Lavru llandkerchlers, herasUtohrd, size. Hegulur 4 ior.................... 25c A Good Dirt Chaser, pure while, powder tnat doesn't scratch anil pr.Fltlvely does not harm tile lianus. l_irgc shaker lop tiu I'rite................... For "Quality" Groceries Phone 313 Tapioca, 4 lljs. -256 Good Cooking- Eggs, Am. 15C Garden and Flower Seeds just in. Ask to sec planting time. Dutch Dresses for Children Cliic spring styles In Children's DuEcli Dresses, prcttT colors, loo- dark blue, cadet Hue and tans, trimmed ivkh Bulgarian colors. ALL SIZES UP TO 4 YEARS 49c. Yos a New Spring Coal for J9.50; somo snappy Sport Coals ?10 U> J15, while our slocK of bettor Dress Coats Is now nl Its best. The-Ualrcacaaii and French "Swirl- tack" models are Hie latesl. A Serge Dress for A dress made from all wool Ecrge In navy, cadet, Copenhagen, tan, brown or lots of slyle, VedncEday And Thursday only ji. Try Our 35c Dinner in Rooms. You'll LiVe II. Means The WnrTd's Beat Tea. "Hill- Grown" sal cnll, St., have gone to the saiffrarr. .Miss Qiieemc Tabor, who has tcdyin; in I.rijisic, Germany, the past will Iravo lor Lelh- on Hitfcnlli ol tho month, ivill in Parts en route and sail on the Mfiontic from Mver.- ool. Other Bargains Worth .While QC ''ll.vs Kid (Moves, every size. A -new.. lot of .liRavr .colored SntiiV. 'O-- [5 (V on Kale, lomorruvv, t snd Mrs. fe. H. .1. repiwt. icineHatl The liriile received'many handsome [arid useful presents includes flowers anil" messages from in and out of tos-n, showing (he liMi reeanl ar.d eslcem in which she was held. The gloom's jjresenl to the tiride wjis-an exquisite sunnural of pearls and go'.d-hraded parasol, while each ol the flnv.-er girls a goM hr.icelet and ll-.e proomsman a pair ol solid gold cufl links. Tiic hridf's going away gown was Mr. W. K. McAlpine read a very Pne psfor en "Sir Oeorgc Williams, founder of tho vJ Jl. C." A." at the Westminster last evening. Guild ol Kcox cnurell The members ot "Sans Kouci" 3CA Will biiy a Me.ssrilrn.c.Silk-.y-n.di.'f.skii- ..DU nn'y sltadiy regular A fine Lavvu Kcruliicl's, GOo fi dozen, lofnomtw for, erhincd last evening at a ver> de- ishHul five hunrlrcd. the hou.w heini ;cautifully deeornted with palms, erns, carnatlor.s, rost-s and daftodils. Mis. .1. Armstrong Mis. Jos- ph Jacfcsrio .the palrrtnesTes. ['he favors were, won hy Miss .-rch and Mr. MoMillan, hilo the consolation went to Mr.. Allcr the scrvinK .of dain- reireslirr.Ents, a ]olly little hop was niioyrd hy the guests. Riiesls allemleil the. final t'anre ot the hrasr.n ftiven last night the S. O. K. lull under the aus- of the .Maple Leal rllih. Four pieces of the. Imperial orchestra dis- r0nrscil excellent music, inatcinj; tlanc- ing particularly enjoyable tor the A d.iinly nirnu was served at iialf-tinie, alter which was ynint. The ronimitter.- to whose, ffiorts thn success di the affair wns inclurleil Messrs. Uannerrnan, L'hiswick, C'lartc, T. II. Kleelwooil ,-ilnl K. II. Mcrtwortrt nary blue srrse suit with lial 01' I match'. Mr. and Mrs. Clart left lo on the nxidnight tiain on an extended trip to Winnipeg and eastern points. They will be at Vome to their many friends in Hay Sask., alter niitibh Coli-.mliia is hoasting ol yachtswoman who has taken the lull covirse, and now owns a coasting mat-s's certificate. Mrs. Claude 1'low- den. who is the heroine, has long l-'Cfn Vnnwn as an enthusiastic sports womun, and has spent much time with her husband. Lord Spencer Coihplon, Who has jren Acting Comptroller in thchouse- The Young Ladies' liihle class ol Wesley church will serve refreshments to the delegates ol the teachers' con- vention tomorrow (Wednesday) after- noon from four until six tho hall. A dainty menu has liKn prc- Mrs, Brigadier Hunter will girt an address on her work in India at meelinc ot St. Andrew's Ladies' .Aid in the "church al ,lwo-thirtf on Wed- nesday afternoon. All the mejnhors oi the Aid, as well as all ladies ol the congresation, are cordially .invited. The A. Y. I1. A- ot St. Cyprian's church enjoyed a splendid social ev- ening last night as a climax to (hi season's woii. A guessing contes a soda hiscuit contest provided much amusement, while a program consisting of a violin by Mr. Arthur Morgan, a piann solo hy Mr. R. J. Clarke nr.d a vocal solo hy Miss Wellington was appreciated. Tho nukr- Con- ot II. H- niiclit during tlie absence of Captain Hirers IMkelcy in' left for Kneland. Miss Holiftlson, o! Ertraonlon, is (he guest ol Miss Ilowi'cn. HhcpUnl, o! Calgary, is the 3 Covscl's, sold si i.iy 'pl.ii c.n in A! licrl a for Sl.riO.'all siiics'on'sftTo Rylands Co. "Tlic Btisv (Hi 1 lie. Busy Cornel1 CI.ARU-UAl.l.OWAV piclty ari'l quiet ns al .the ni the hriile's sister, Mrs. (Marrnee Ma- j Kuiie, inon Seventh Avc., S. Sluridiy evrtiint; al eight o'clock, [when .Miss Mauctn (lallovvay was unittd in lo Mr. W. It. I Clark, ral merchant ol thorsl, SasV. I 'I he. hridc, ulio was away hy brottirr-in-law, Mr. C. Maguire, s -Downed in a pretty fotfniiie of cream .bedforil cord carried her bridal ho'Jquet of Kaater and fen.s. while uec .Misses Scita and llawl Magiiire acted as flpwer' girls. Mr. iMacIcol.'assistf.d the groom. L -.The-lincse was dtctiralrcl in purple nnd 'Kastor- Illy predomlnatrr.'g in the flower scheme-; After tlin teref.ony, whkh was per- ioriued bj Ihe. Ilev. Av U. Camccon] AUCTION SALE OF VEHY SUPEtllOH Household Furniture ON Thursday, April 16th AT 2.30 SHAM1. In the Whitney Block, one door west or Union tke tol- .lowing: string of Inviting tho bright affair to viands close. brought 4 Cook Kangcs 5 Dressors 4 Kitchen Tables 4 Beds 4 Springs 4 Mattresses G Ktlcaen Chairs G Leather Seated- Dining Hoom Chairs 5 Oak Dining Room Chairs One Wicker Ilbcker One Wicker Arm Chair- Arm Chaira Cenlro Tables Drop Table- Three Dining Room Tables Three Oil Stoves, 3 liurneri Two Heating Sloves One Sewing Maobine k One Folding Couch. Uramaphone Two Oak Rockers Ono Camera. One Clock One Habjr Can-fare Pillows Blankets Sheets Pillow Siips Carpets Hugs Dishes and Glassware Couklng Utensils And many small articles too ml- merous'to mention. NO VACATE STORE TERMS CASH. GUS NEIDIG, AUCTIONEER as there will he important business 1 made (ins! arrangements for the sale to discuss. I of work and homo cooking tomorrow gui'sl ol Mr. anil Mrs. fi. J. Shep herd. Mr. of the Hank of Com- iiieric slafi, has heen transferred to Ta'jtr, Mr. Sinilh, ol that, tn'-.inj his place here. Mr. J. II. KaVin, cf the Hank Commerce, reinsert yesterday three months ahroad. after The Alexander Oalt Chapter of the Iniferial Daughters ol the Kiupire wijl hold their regular meeting at the Y.'M. C. A: on Thursday afternoon at o'clock, a program will be renrtrreit. the offi- cial paper of (lie organisation is twroly-fiM! cents a year und sub- scriptions will he taken at the meet- ing- I' the mo'4 successful meet- ing held since the orgaMiation ol Westminster Kpworth l.egguc was thai held Ust eiening, both in point of attendance and excellence of nro- Tr.f "The Life o' I'r. C'roihy" was tnkcn up in two very line tapers, one read liy Miss Kar- I nesl and the other hy Mr. Parsons I A solo hy Miss and 3 f Miss I.ylf, of I'ilraonlon, and Messrs. Annettes, Parsons; Missrs Hovvin, were lery pleasing. arid yt. Mary's (inild mcl- yesterday .fternoon with a goad attendance, and held in the when tea will be served from three lo six. A social will he ing the with Mr. and Mrs. 11. Howard Uuhbon. and Societies Alii r.f Ihe First Rap- tisl churrli will meet at 3 o'clock on Thursday ailcrnorn with Mrs. Mocd- ie, 122 Kic.hltrnlh St., X. The Willard 1-nien will meet at, 3 o'cloeV on Thursiay aJtfrnnon with Mrs. P. Cain, 627 Sixteenth St., N. o The. Ladies' AM of Ihe Christian church are. asked lo iiicet .in their room at 2. 3D on Wednesday alter- A good attendance is D! PRICES CREAM BAKING POWDER A Pare Cream of Tartar Powder Indispensable to best .money- saves complaints at table ;