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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurulay, AiiffiiKt THE LEVHBHIDOF DAILY HERALD CLARKE CO. PHONE 453 AC ADI A BLOCK ROUSING Friday-Saturday Values Of Great Importance to Every Economical Woman Lovely fine Cottons and Nainsooks in qualities usually sold at IScand 18c C Some .remarkable values shown in this special Friday-Sat- urday, lot, every piece absolutely pure finish and free from dressing, full 36 inches wide, fine, even thread and closely woven. Extra special value Linen Glass Cloth 12 l-2c Fine quality Indies wide; splendid welgty, show n in neat checks of red 01 bluu Heavy., Plain .Denim 25c suitable for couch M ide, extra strong Shown in dirk green onh, coverings, etc full 36 inches and durable. Pretty Curtain Scrim 25c A "Bplcndid variety of .lovely new designs, every one new for seuaon, and reveriible, shown In full yard width, Heavy Table Damask 25c Shown in 50 Inch width, closely woven and splendid to wear, pretty floral. designs, halfr .bleached. n1 _ Tivo Big, Specials in Wash Goods for 'Friday-Saturday's Selling All Are Priced For a Final Clearance 1 Linen and cotton suit- j." things, Galateas and Mua ICjt worth up to 30c per A' splendid colte'dHfan atlll to the original lot for this week remarkabl} cheap at the final clearance price 15C Lot No, 2 Fine Dimity Muilini, Cotton Vpilei.and Mer-" ctrized Foulards, worth' up to 40c. A great variety of lovely new designs in .this Friday-Saturday Collection, any of which are suitable for afternoon or evening drene- es Finul clearance price Silk Hair Nets 0 for 25C This Is an especially, .attractive value at ex- actly half the-price you have, been accustomed to .pay. They come in large and medium sizes, knotted at ends for convenience in adjusting; shown in colors, medium and dark brown and black. Remarkably cheap at 6 for 25c. Wonderful Hosiery Value at 200 Including a new.shipment of a specially pur- chased lino of fine, .lisle goods together with fine cotton hose in ladies' sizes anij children's laco and erabroitlered'BOX in a great variety of .all the wanted "colors. Values worth up to 45c. Friday and Saturday 20c Last Call For these Summer Waists and Sunshades 1-3 off The entire stock from the most Inexpen. slve to -the highest priced. NEAKING THE END Of the Expansion Sale of Ready-to-Wear Tust a few mote daya of big aavings in this department while the 'workmen are put- ring on the finishing touches to our splen- did new addition. THE .MEANTIME. Coals going I 122.50 Dreisea going at 110.00.: I (20.00 Sample I f 25.00 Suits going at BOS at J7.60. I '116.70: And. so on throughout the entire-stock. WE MAKE, ALTERATIONS FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT SumraerSale Of all the fine embroid- eries, and beadlnga. 1 4 off The entire stock Splendid choosing at big savings in" goods want- ed the year round. THE LETTER BOX THE MINERS' REFERENDUM 1911 Leth-brldge, August 2, (The Editor; Lethbridge Herald, City, The general public are awaiting with Interest the result of the referendum vote which will be taken by the mine workers tomorrow, ai to whether they are prepared to negotiate agreement with the operators on the basis of Dr. Gordon's report. NTo one can but admire the 'ipirij In the B.vcciitlve (ho Union In ao consulting- the "wish of their members, an'j the open and honest manner In which, their Campaign has been Conducted, must appeal to the public. Whatever, the result may be of ..the vole, I wonder would the op. fratorg be prepared to follow ;he example set by the Union and eon- tbe shareholders of their PwtlTe companies, as to whether or Sot they should accede to the Mine iVorkers' demands After all is and done the operator! are In the position a> the Executive Bonrd of the Union, fntimiich, as they are Ihe (Mid Mrvants of their share- holders While, 'the operators Vei endeavoring to' throw dust into 111. ejes of the public, ib> taking up i petition, which no matter how- it appear at first sight to Ihe un Initiated, is really ambiguous. The Workers on the other hand had never once attempted to quibble, but have plainly stood their ground upon the findings of. one member of the Board. Yours truly, A JIEMDER OF THE PUBLIC. NEW SCHOOL OF, MUSIC August Joseph Banner's ot the new term of the Music school was A event on Monday evening There was an excellent-program ol piano duetts, solns and vocal numbers in w-hich Mr. Banner's pupils did him great, credit. the evening was stormy the Masonic Hall was filled The Mayor, J. .A. Hammer, pre- sented the certificates to the suc- cessful students, Misses Nona Stod- dardr Alma Coombs, and Gwcnneth Beach and Mastw Ora The, outlook is verj brightjfor the school and over sixty pupils are now receiving Instructions. FARM LAND The Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. sol- two sections east of Wilson Siding to B Pratt an Illinois man The price was cash. The .whole two' sec lions-will be broken this'fall. Mr Pratt has spent three weeks in tjie nothing suited him until ;ame into this district. This part will je well advertised in his section of the States MAGRATH IS PROGRESSIVE Aid. Mead anil Secretary-Treasurer Godfrey, of Magrath. arc in the city lotlny conferring with the town soli- citors, Messrs Cotnbcarc, Church Mclrthur, in respect to the proposed sidewalk issue. They are confident that the scheme will now go through irilhoiil further delay. Mr. Mead has lust returned from an extended tour of Washington, Mritish Columbia, Ore gon, Idaho, N'cvada and Utah, and ic declared that, although the crops were good throughout all the states mentioned, he never saw such splen- did grain as is in evidence in South'- rn Alberta this year. "In Magrath tilting commenced' about one week ago The rain is somewhat retarding harvesting, and we want most now is ol pood, hot weather to fully ripen the fall g.rain." eOlTIO IV "INQ" Phone c.iu poisop truth.'j' ThisViK-.tliiril'ay of Hie .garden' tea And constancy'Jives in realms above. Mrs (Dr.) is entertaining Mrs. Mitlonl, of Coaldalc. Miss MacUcth formallv at. the is entertaining ir ea hour lomorrow Miss Langley, who lias, been .a guest with Mrs. .J. 10. J.i'thhriilgc, left today for her home in D. Law-son, manager of the Eas- tern Townships Bank, returned yes- terday from a short visit In Calgary Miss'Henderson' will be the hostess dance at her home on Tuesday evening .Miss Flora Sage, who has been vis- ting her Miss Cheney, lor the j tuo months, has gone to VIL ,oria, 'H. C., to visit friends. Byron McKay returned this morning from Kdnionlon, he las been the last three on sunej work and ice-cream social at the hoinu of Mrs. E. N. lliginhojhain, Kcdpath St. 'It is under the auspices of the lailies ol St. Augus- i in's pariiih'. The -affair will last from four to eight and it is hoped, that the ladies will he re- warded' 'by a very large attendance. This will he. your opportunity .to pur- chase .hgiiierli'ailc cooking, as there ill he a pantry sale in connect ion with tin) lea. A London despatch says A wcd7 ilini5 ol Intercolonial interest' took place yesterday at St. .lames church, Miss Hazel Olive Wilson, youngest daughter of the late lames Wilson and Wilson, of Montreal, was married to Duncan EH liott Alves, of Tunbridgc Wells, Kent, 'orri'Crly of- Melbourne, Australia Jwing-.lo recent bereavements onlv few friends were among whom were the-following Earl and Countess Kimiouhl, 'Lady I'cllaU and Sir William-and Lady Ramsav. Af- ter breakfast at the Carltbri Hotel, the p.ur .uitomuinioii lo the lake district where thn will spend their -honeymoon. E. Mason returned last ighl from a week's at GribM Jake. Mrs.-Mason was accompanied i> Mrs Owens who will bL her ;ucst for a week. Distinguished guests at Lake .ouise art the earl and countess of .the duchess of liedford and heir .respective- suites, who are re- urmng fiolu Australln to-l upland Lethhrirtge, for The .idea of higher education for women wns unheard ol fifty ysfirs .igo It was conMilcied utter waste of moncj to teach a girl gcometij and Latin, 'when her activities would most probably be confined' to the home circle. A wonderful.change has taken back- in thcp ublic mind since that tine ind now there is in iMbtence in Puts burg, an exclusive-college for Women The Pennsylvania College Wqinen is situated in the beat FAVORS MORE IXPENSIVE: LIBRARY t The council of the Boaril'nif .Trade had a long anil somewhat inipoitanl session this afternoon. C. A. Ma- .ralli, M.P., wrote concerning the ar- mory that the dcpiirtmcnt 'informed him Unit it was their intention to erect a building lo cost between and be suitable 'or nrllllcry and cavalry but.1 not..for nlantry. It will be fully-equipped. The sccrelary had conveyed the com- nimiciilion to Major Stewart for con sidcnition. i Tlie hoard adopti'd the -resolutions Hissed at the meeting of boards )f trade ill Maclcod recently, regard- US the coal strike A communication was read from J Hamilton, of SI Paul regarding the Anglo-Saxon Annual Peace Holi- day Plan which proposes that the British Umpire and the'. .United f-tatcs set apjrt a da) for the (els- bra tiun ol the century ol peace he- tw'ccn the milions and to observe it together each jcar The hoard thought faioiabh of the plan a resolution will be framed along those lines. The'council passed .a resolulioh con- graiulating Spokane twent) icjri, light rates. n winning its for equitable Miss Fdna Tnnp, of ill airne in itic citj this eieii'ng icsidcntial section, and it affords o spend a JortjjiRhl with her aunt, j cellenl social and educational tram- Wmfield, a'enue, mg to women studciils est Mrs Winfield and her guest, 7he curriculum includes a course ill Ihe week-end at Band- of and art suhjr-cts, soual ,llgar) News-Tclegiam scmce and kindergarten work, so graduates are as isponsi- 'Pe in business compehtion .wilh men The Allege thin, tills a dual Public Library Commissioner Hall, submitted a cnirlln icpoit telling of what busi- ness had come under his attention during the week. The matter.' of the Carnegie library occasioned considcr- iblL discussion which finally resulted in Mcssis Conihc.uc, Buchanan anit done, bung ippointed a committee to go over all the correspondence re1 mvccl on the subject' and submit a report 'o the council Mr Conibeare was stiongh of the opinion that odcied bf Carnegie would not lie nearh enough to build such a pub lie llniaij this should .ml helicud that it should be equal coni'lalcd, that Mrs Frew, of Guclph, well suited'to take up the re: ounces the engagement of her of the home as lo cot aughter, Margifret Vgncs, to illjird C. Alta. of. J dandier, lion's Head, it The inainage will Jake middle of., Toronto ows. Miss -Delia -to jeave' Saturdai for. Lelhbridge, where e will 'visit; for-a -week .with'Mrs which' she will a ueek friends at aiesholm Miss Margaret Christie 11 accompany Miss lones to Leth- bridge Herald Mr. and Mrs. Henry .Endaeott, of Orangevillc, announce the engagement of their Mary Florence, to Mr. Walter, Hop- kins, mamaircriot Bank of Commerce at Sask The marriage will place..the latter part of Herald There uas an laig attendance at, the Weslej Ladies' Ai Ki jcstydav Th were Mrs Jordan, 'Mr: and Mrs, Mitchell, The ladic ccidedtHo'-hold two lawii socials he near future, the date and furthe wrticiilnrs to be later The. choir of Westminster clnircl re next in orde'rj'to hold an'ice ream social. This one will be hel omorrow night Friday, August 4th n the lawn of Mr. Simm's corner -lib Ave. and 12th St No pains nit. homg spared to make lis sociiil a and those large should be rewarded by a libcr- I patronage. Mr. 'L B. Jackson, Canadian trade ommissioncr at Shanghai, China, ac ompauicd by Mrs. Jackson, R'.iss ean Jackson and Master Willie ickson, arrived in the city last ght lo visit, Miss.'Tilney, who is lackson's sister. They wijl go om here to Ontario. Mr..Jackson is leave ol absence on, account of health, and is taking the trip in ipe, that II, may prove beneficial. Mrs. Mallado, 518 First street, st, has as her guests Miss Dcssie d Miss Nellie of l.clh- iiigc. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. d youngest daughter, .Miss Minnie, II arrive in the city tomorrow orning and will by Mallado. On Thursday Mrs, azcll and daughter will continue eir journey to Vancouver, where will spend the remainder of the pose, and-its policy imitated: pur- ii'ight well be G.T.P. PLANS TO USE BIG BRIDGE Board of Jrade Receives Second'Blue Print of Route The secretary of the Board of Trade las received from the Grand Trunk Pacific blue prints showing the route of that into Lefhbrldgc The ine comes south from (algarj almoet patalleling the C E ag far as syde, from point It runs In a bee line to Barons, nhere it crosses the Carmangay brnnch of the C.P.R. It then urns along from a mile to tuo miles east of the C P R to 22 9 cross ing sections 34, 2.1! 2G, 14 11 and 2 to the w esteru end" of the big C P R bridge .iWhicli'it crosses-'into Leth- irldge The line from Lethhridgc to Contts is the same.as wa% described some when the first blue print was submitted. lo Tin school or other public build- the citi It coit jt least IV hail no obicction to taking Carnegie's nionm, but tlmunht a larger Iniililing should be erected than that sum would provlik Utlien liiis'.liggentlfm a combittatimi cltv hull and public hratyfto, be 'built on Gait Square Mr Hall reported progress In tliij; intorm.ition rt'ttardlng the of cement mid I he' merger In thai pioiliid lie reported that the Utv liatl to paint the fence at f.ili froiimls white, and the boari) il paint the letters in black lot (Inn sign lie to get more blotters printed. I Advertising Rnults i. He luid several Icttcis [rom parties showing that the distribution ol Leth liriilge literature is having the desir- (.rf ttTpct in aiKcrtibing the city He nuthori7ed to subscribe for the International Ciipumg Bureau at per month, lie was aiillib'rr zed ulso (o supply tlie provincial publicity departmenti. at Montreal', Toronto and Winnipeg witii litera- ture The cotaul ilccideil not to send an to the in.ning exhibi- tion' at' Spokane. Mr Hall gncn lealc of ab- sence to attend the Irrigation' CohJ vention Calgary on August 8, 9t and 10. Expreu Ratci J. Mcslpp, of the Plunkett Snvage Co addressed the gaiding the discriminating express rates bt-Ueen and Lethhridge compared with the rates to Lilgan, and shoved mhere Leth- bridge getting the worst of it The explanation giien by the expresi slliKllntcndent was leiy strange and Secreiar} Manuarme instructed to get all possible data regarding express rates, and the. matter will be further dealt with. Those present Pres Hatch, Commissioner I'jll, Secretary Man- waring, Messrs Downer, Conjbeare, lav lor, Slcith, Riple) and Heslop. ASCOT BACES AT STARLAND Another big feature program oil been secured by Manager Willis for tomorrow and Saturday at StarJahd. 'The Ascot belt picture of its kind ever taken, showing very clearly the King and Queen airhing at the park royal procession drive down course, i Commencement and flrilgb. of ihe big racea of the day are finish showing the last straight half mile in all races. The balance of the program will be entirely chanted and manv features will be Intro- duced all of mhich are said to ot exceptional merit Don't forget the auto races will be here neit week. BANK CLEARINGS The bank clearings for the week ending this morning amounted to aa compared with the week be ore .which "ahiounted to 1518.147.98. The'-clearings for the month of July imounted Charles Gosselier, a loiigshoresman at Montreal. He fell off wharf while reaching for a line from Ionian. Thrac boys, Albert Buckner, Frank nd William Reyells, were out in a motorboat.above Niagara Kalis.. Vhe ngine went wrong and thej were early swept over the Falls. LOCAL STUDENTS PASS LAW EXAMS. Calgary, Aug. follow- ing Lethbridge. law students passed the flecond intermediate law. examinations according: lo results published today; W. S. Duncan, W. H. MoLelland and Dave H. Elton. First Interme- diate ruiilli will be out In about a week. Each candidate la being. Rent a private letter the number he obtained. The Aftermath of Stocktaking ARELAT PRESENT busily engaged winding up tfie affairs: of our Semi Annual Stock-talcing, During this period of stock-taking many odd lots of desir- able merchandise have come to light, that for one reason or another the management of this store has de- sired that they be cleaned out at once. Arrangements are now being made to mark these goods down to such ridiculously low prices as will an immediate and entfre clearance and in a few days we-wijl; be in shape to offer you the greatest genuine money-saving opportunities ever presented to the people of this vicinity. If you are interested in spending your money at its fullest earning capacity, you must in justice to yourself keep in touch with our advertisements, and so be posted in the excellent shopping facilities now being organised at this store THE Hudson's Bay Stores ;