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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Patty Herald, Thursday, August 18, Edited by Phone 1052 House-cleaning All Girls' Wash Dresses Thirty-five dresses left And everv one of them worth every cent of the regular price, too, but room ROOM must be had. Made of fine linens. Scotch ginghams and zephyrs, ducks, etc. Plain colors with self-and contrast trimming, also pretty checks and plaids. All kinds for awes b to 14 years. Sailor and one-piece Princess styles. Look at these CHILD'S DRESSES CHILD'S DRESSES GIRL'S DRESSES MISSES-DRESSES 6 to 10 years. 6 to 10 years. 6 to 14 years. 12 and 14 years. Very Special- and to 75c SI.95 SPECIAL NOTICE Remnants of Dress Goods. Silks. Linens. Towelings, Cottons, Prints, etc., will be plainly marked with yard- age and prices and will be displayed on centre tables. The Clean Sweep Prices will do the'work in a hurry. All Whitewear For The Clean Sweep Sale Space forbids an adequate-description and prices of this good whitewear lines are top much broken. A good assortment of underskirts, drawers, corset covers, chemise etc, and m first quali- Ses with best of trimmings. Every garment will be marked at a very low price during this Clean Sweep A. MACDONALD CO. Exclusive control for Lethbridge for the famous "Northway" men tailored garments. CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Cash and One Price The Right Thing, at the Right Time, at the Right Price Sole selling Agents for the famous "La Diva' gibve-fitting Corsets. A. E. LEADBETTER High Class Pastry Cooks 110 Round St. Rochon's Old Stand are now open for business. Brides" Cakes and Fancy Cak- es made to order. Satisfaction given or money returned. Try our noted meat pies. They are delicious. Give us a call and be convinced. Afternoon teas and light lunches pro- 'vided. jBaron Ungern Desternhurg, Russian press correspondent, charged with sell- ing 'State documents, may forfeit his life. Ate Unwisely Sometimes people do, and suffer, because the stomach balks. relieve the discomfort at once, and help digest the overload. The lover of_good things may feel quite safe with a. box of NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets at hand. 50c. a box. If your druggist has not stocked them yet send 50c. and we will mail them. National Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, GOOD YIELD AT WELLING G. W. Green, of the Ellison Mills, made an auto trip to Welling Siding yesterday. -He visited the farm of John I. Henninger, where a threshing outfit was going full blast. Wheat on this farm Is averaging 20 to 25 bushels per acre and quite nicely classes No. 2 grade. Mr. Henninger's crops looks likely to yield between 15 and 20 thousand bushels. A sam- ple of the wheat, that Mr. Green claims to be the first arrival, was brought into the city by him. It is specially long in the kernel. The wheat was grown on dry land too. Crops in .all that district are rather a surprise, fields that formerly pro- mised nothing should now yield to 15 bushels per acre. Wm. Pilfrey. farmer, of Strathroy, shot himself in the breast but will recover. W v mm w THE SIMPSON COMPANY Sowing New Fall Dry Goods In Their New Store, Crabb Street We invite the ladies of Lethbridge and surrounding country to call upon us in our new, improved and enlarged premises. The fall stocks are larger and more attractive than ever before, and the prices you'll say are the best yet Come and look It's a pleasure to show the new things. NEW DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS Taffeta Silk Dresses, TsTew Rajah- Silk Dresses 3few Serge and Panama Dresses at Stew Silk and ]STet Blouses iX'ew Knitted Sweater Coats and up New Kimoiia Cloths at.............15c, 20c, 25c and 30c Motor Scarfs at and ew Neckwear, Belts, Gloves, Hosiery, Corsets New Silk Crepons for Evening Dresses Pretty .delicate .shades of blue, green, tan. black. 42 inches wide. Per yard rose, cream, also i 50 PCS. ENGLISH FLANNELETTES, PER YD. The cloth is 33 inches wide, soft finish and heavy weight, In all the good colorings, light medium and dark stripes. Regular value is 15c. Selling at, per yd...... I i i i I I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Dr. and Mrs. Pattoii, Coutts, are visitors in. the city. Mr. and Mrs. J. Niveu returned to j Calgary yesterday 'afternoon after' spending 'a week with Mr. Niven's mother oil Round street. Miss Viva Niven, who has been visiting Miss Olive Davis, Bompas street, returned to Calgary yesterday afternoon. Fred Kenny, A. R. I. train dis- patcher, Mrs. Kenny and Mr. .Kenny's mother, Mrs. John Kenny, and bro- ther Ernest Kenny, of Calgary, -left this morning to spend a week at the Waterton Lakes. Miss M. A. Grass, of Kingston, Ont., who has been spending some time with relatives in Medicine Hat arrived in the city today to spend a lew weeks with her brother, J. W. Grass, of the firm of Galvin and Hat- eld. Mr. and Mrs. J. W.'McNicol are ntertaining Miss McNicol, of Bos- on, who has been summering at the oast. Mrs. McNicol and her visitor jft this .morning for Macleod, where hey will" be the guests of 'Mrs. Mar- in for a few days. Miss McNicol vill continue her journey east- the! arly part of nest week. Mrs. Mewburn received informally vesterday, and a number of friends dropped in during the tea hour to velcome Mrs. George, of Macleod, who was the honor visitor of the af- ernoon. Mrs.. George came down or the production of the Burgomas- ter last evening, and while m the city was Mrs. Reeve's guest. A crowd of jolly young people cap' tured the Y.W.C. fortress last even- ing and held sway until 11 the matronly hour for summer retir- ing. They stormed the spin- ster ial (this word "spinst-erial" is advisedly used in the legal sense to "Unmarried females" and not -necessarily ladies of marriageable ages) castle and made its precincts ring with merry song and joyous laughter.. Miss foster- mother of the girls, and regular gen- ;kmen the flag of truce, and the girls, "we are but took immediate and complete possession. Now the' use of the words "storm- and "flag of may indicate to the uninitiated rath- er-close and not altogether comfort- able quarters, but, if this be the ease, make haste to get rid of any such idea, at once. Perfect liberty in the true sense of the word; lots of fun, but withal and in all, the ne- cessary discipline to govern rightly and keep the triple trio in line. "Candy-pulling" was the chief at- traction of the evening. Later Miss Jenkins presided at the piano and also sang a number of ac- ceptable numbers which were greatly appreciated. Mrs. D. H. Elton also sang a couple of solos which delight- ed her hearers, while everyone joined in the choruses, and of course every- body applauded. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Luthern. Ladies' Aid Society will meet with Mrs. Christ, 1116 Dompas street, tomorrow afternoon at 2.30. The following program will be ren- dered at the ice cream, social to be held in the Epworth League rooms of the Wesley church, Friday evening, August 19, 1910 Chairman, Mr. D. H. Elton; accompanist, Miss Jen- kins hymn; invocation; chairman's song, Mr. W. Woods; recita- tion, Miss Grace Prousci; song, Mr. H. Cooper; recitation Mr. Smythe; reading, Miss Gliding; song, Mr. ivhiddington. Adjournment freshments. Games, conducted -by J. H. Delf. A Golden Opportunity FRIDAY-SATURDAY'S WONDERFUL ECONOMIES The proposition confronting us now is this: We're in urgent immediate need for room in every department, demanded the heavy inrush of new Fall Goods: and there's one way by which we can be sure of making our CUT PRICES ON ALL SUMMER GOODS TO 'ROCK BOTTOM FOR FINAL CLEARANCE So todav brings news of utmost importance for Friday and Satur- day, -to' women who are looking to turn a there is no sacrifice of quality. And how many -women will let an opportun- ity pass? 25c A BIG LOT OE HOSIERY TO SELL AT Regular 35c and 40c values. 25c HEAVY TAFFETA This splendid news of unusual Hosiery Values deals with both cotton and'cashmere bal- ance or summer stock together with a big special purchase of early plain and ribbed weaves. So the opportunity is an unusual one, affording exceptional saving not only on wha-t you require for the present, but for future use as well. HEAVY TWO- YARD l-2c Plain weave, made: of extra strong, good wearing round thread, .soft -and ee from dressing. day and Sa-t- 18c Splendid quality, pure full three and a inches wide, shown in a full- range of all the want- ed colors. Special value FINE LISLE Clearing out the entire stock, worth up to 25c. in- cluding some of the very best 25c lines we have had to show. Fine lisle ribs, beautifully trimmed, won- derful Talues at.......... 15c NEWEST TAILORED WASH -N0 Regular and values A ridiculous price to say the least, but we've just a few left and are determined to clear them out before the season ends. They're perfect fitting very stylish garments, made by foremost Am- erican designers, of fine'quality In- dian Head in colors sky, tan, old rose, white and wisteria, neatly trimmed with piping, braid and but- urday HEAVY STRIPED l-2c' -A special purchase of ra' big quantity in qualities that will he sold this sea- son in most stores at 15c and ISc. F.ull 32 ins. wide, light and medium colored stripes. Friday and "Sat-, urday at PURE WOOL DRESS Plain and striped serges, panamas and plaids in weights and colors suitable for girls" school wear. Excellent values 60c Friday and Saturday see the last of the SUNSHADES Just a few left, but some excellent choosing nev- ertheless. Your choice 1-4 OFF BOYS' AND GIRLS' A big collection of fine and coarse ribs in cashmeres and. heavy cottons, Dlack and tan, sizes 4 1-2 to 10 ins. A splen- did chance to procure school hosiery for early. Fall wear 25c INTERESTING DISPLAY OE NEWEST GAE.MENTS EEADT TO WEAK NEW SUITS, COATS, SKIRTS, GOLFERS AND UNDERSKIRTS. OUR FAMOUS MEDIUM PRICED SUITS ARE BETTER THAN EVER THIS SEASON. S22.50 S25.00 Made of pure wool cheviots, broadcloths and diagonal worsteds in colors navy, gray, green, brown and black; three-quarter fitting coats; neat fitting plaited skirts, trimmed with braid, buttons and self bands. was decided to hold several summer schools in August next year at vari- ous resorts, the largest to be held at Banff for two weeks. The first annual tour and school proved more successful than anyone ..anticipated and greatly encouraged the members of the association to make next summer's tour even more beneficial and larger than the 1910 tour. Mr. Kenny and other members of the touring party left Banff' Monday for Laggan and Field, where they will rest for a few days, after their six weeks' strenuous wort. TWILIGHT CHAT Extravagance in Dress and Question of Fitness An article that is evidently pur- posed to stem the tide of extrava- gance in woman's dress appears in the July number of Everybody's and has the following passage, which has extra authority from the tact that CURES DIAERHOEA, DY3ENTESY, COL.IG, CRAMPS, CHOLEBA MOKBUcS, CHOLERA IN- FANTUM, SEASICKNESS, SUMMER COM- PLAINT, and all LOOSENESS or FLUXES of the BOWELS HOLLTDAT, Box No. 86 Wroxetcr, Ont., writes "I must say that we h-ive used DR. Fow- LEK'S EXTRACT OF WILD w B EttRY for wish to warn the pub- lic, against being imposed by unscru- pulous dealers who substitute the so- called Strawberry Cvmpounda for Dr. Fowler's. If you want to be on the safe side ask for DR. FOWI.EH'H KXTKACT OF riTaAWBriRKV, and on geuiug what you.. a-slc for. The original miiwfac- tion only by The'T. Alilburn <'o., Limitid. Toionio, Out. Price as cents. seventeen years, an- 1 h.ive found nothing to equal it for nil Summer Complaints, DiarrLoca, Dysentery, etc. Oar house id never without a bottle of the Extract and I can recommend it to be kept in every home, especially where there ara children. Mis. EAKRY Cardinal, writes "Our -baby, was so bad with Diarrhoea that it seemed her ________ fairly raw. We .tried everything we thought would her "but failed. A neignlwr advised trying DK. FOWLER'S EXTRALT OK WILD STKAWBEKRT. We tricil it before the end of a week our hiby wns as well as ever. We always keep "Dr. Fowler's in our THROUGH THE EDITOR'S EYES After a five weeks' tour through the province, and a summer school of week's duration at Banff, the first annual convention of the Alberta Sunday School Association closed bleached plain Sheeting, good strong-cloth .and easily worth 35o. Selling at, per yard ......26C What's left of the Summer Goods at your own pricing. Wash Dresses almost half. GOLF COATS With belt. Some good lines, SI. 50 The Simpson LIMITED Phone 344 mpany Crabb St. Park Theatre, Banff. This marked the 150th meeting held under the auspices of the association, in six weeks. Over thirty delegates attended the summer school from all parts of the province. The meetings were made unusually interesting in Banff on ac- count of the many ministers going to the coast to attend the Methodist General Conference, and who stopped over en route. Hon. Justice McLar- en, a member of the executive ru i.hc International Sunday School Ass Del- ation, presided one evening, and an-i other meeting was in charge of Dr. Stevenson. Bishop Honda, of .Japan, spoke inverestingly at one of the meetings, and also several missionar- ies from foreign lands. The morning and evenings were given over to classes of instruction, and the after- noons were spent on the water, mountain climbing and driving. It WJ.Nelson syndicate Sale is Still Going On Many Lines go- ing below cost Now is the time to buy Shoes the Frenchwoirfin have so long teen the models of taste for women of other nations. Elaborate clothes are in keeping with the surroundings of the woman who lives in the palace. A dress o! gold-embroidered gauze trailing over a Chinese rug has at least a proportion of fitness. But a real val- enciennes an-d mull embroidered dress dragged over a carpet rug is quite as grotesque as a homespun would be upon an Aubusson. And this lack of fitness is directly American. One docs not find it abroad. Foreign wo- men never forget their background in the building oi their wardrobes. It is stated that the city of Mon- treal has at present no reserve fund. It is said -that Montreal will spend half a million on sidewalks this mer. Rheumatism Cured BY FIG PILLS Not often do you hear of a 25c pre- paration being sold with a guarantee to cure you. An absolute guarantee goes with every box of FIG- PILLS. They will cure Rheumatism, Backache, Bladder Trouble, Frequent Urinating., The French woman whose is Burning Sensation Pafatol Stitches, Sluggish Liver and all Stomach Trou- ble. If not, your money hack. cheaply furnished is too great an art- ist io sit in her little chintz room with its ir.uslin curtains an-d gerani-' urn pots on the window ledge in any- thing more elaborate than a cash- mere or a simple, mull, or at.most a foulard. Charming as her dress may bu in line or cut or color, she keeps its material in harmony with -her geranium pots and her cotton-covered sofa. Nor would she ever think of going out in a long-trained velvet. She would wear, instead, a smart little dress of serge, with an origin- al turn or twist in the way she does her hair or a cravat new in. shape or color. If her hangings arc ot.brocade instead oi cotton, an-d her -dresses may be proportionately finer. But even the mistress of a great chau- t-oau is never guilty of the over lahor- ation of her sisters across the sea. Since., therefore, the modern extra agance in dress is largely an Ameri- can failing, it is to ourselves that we must look for its moderation. CANADIAN Special Rates to Toronto Exhibition Aug. 27 to Sept. 12 Tickets on Sale Aug. 20 to Sept. 4. Final Return Limit Sept. 23, 1910. Transit Limit 10 days in each direction For Full Particulars Apply to nearest Agent, or to R. G. McNElLLlE, Dist. Pass. Agent., Calgary, Altar S. B. MITCHELL, Local Agent., LETHBRIDGE. ;