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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lsthbridge Daily Herald. Friday, August Page 5 Mighty interesting Prices on New Goods to make a big SATURDAY BARGAIN DAY Values that should Bring Vast Crowds WIDE SILK RIBBONS FOB 16c YD. Ribbons 4 to C inches in width and in splen- did quality of taffeta. Think of it! All colors that you can think of. Never sold less than 25c a yard, but worth more. Saturday only.. 16c Women's CASHMERE HOSE Special 3 pairs New fall hosiery that has just arrived. Splen- did wearing cashmere and in fast black. We placed large orders them at the price. Special for Saturday...................... NEW SILK WAISTS A shipment of the new Fall Waists has just arrived and you should see them. This special should induce you to come. Waists made of good soft taf- feia silk in pretty tailored styles. Colors are gray, black, green and wisteria. To introduce them the price- will be S3.95 NEW FALL SUITS An excellent showing of the new stylish Pall Suits. Natty styles with new pleated skirts. Coats in dressy tailored modes. New Fall 1910 colors of green, blue, brown and black. A good show- ing: for Saturday's selling The BIGGET PETTICOAT SPECIAL Never before have we had such a remark- able value. Made of an extra good quality of Roman Sateen in a bright satin finish. Wide flounce of fluting and cording. You would expect 'to pay to for them. Saturday only 75c NEW SILK PETTICOATS FOB A five-dollar bill could never buy these good black -silk taffeta petticoats in the regular way. Made with wide flounce of shirring and pleatings. Has dust frill. Special for Sat- urday only, at- SI 7.50 A. Macdonald Co, COMFORTER SALE If it were not for a fortunate pur- chase we could not sell you these good comforters for any- where near the low price we ask for Saturday. Covered with pretty art material and soft fluf- fy cotton filling. Large size. Special, Saturday only, Flannelette Blankets Another fortunate purchase be- fore -the rise" in the prices en- ables us to" make a very low price Saturday on the best quality of these blankets. A good size and worth a third more. A big val- ue for Saturday only, at, a SI.25 BIGGEST CROWD WILL GET CUP Edited by Phone 1052 TOASTS Jtiome: A world of strife shut out, and a world of love within. Home: The father's kingdom; the child's paradise; the mother's world. Our firesides: Few can receive hon- ors of the college, hut. all-are grad- uates of the hearths. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. Rogers, Miss -Rogers and Miss vrooman expect to leave in a fortnight spend the winter in California. Mr. and Mrs. P. McMurphy have re- turned from Calgary where they spent a few days 'this week. Mrs. B. G. Hazell, accompanied :by Miss left yesterday on a month's visit with friends in Toronto. Miss Currie, one of the city (teachers, returned Wednesday from Missoula. JVionL, where-she lias been spending "her summer holidays. Miss Currie was compelled to 'bring her visit to a hasty close on account of the fear- ful forest fires that seemed -to be closing in Missoula from railroad con- nection. .Victoria Times: Mrs. Creamer, Third street, is entertaining Dr. Gal- braith, Lethhrldge, during the confer- ence. The friends of Miss 'Bruce will be glad to know that she is recovering from her painful injuries and yester- day was able to sit up for a half hour. Miss Jean MacArthur and Miss Edith Bowles returned yesterday from, a six weeks' holiday trip-to Vancouver and Vernon. B. C. Miss A. Patterson. 'London Road, entertained a few friends last evening in honor of her birthday. During the evening. games were played and at midnight light refreshments were served. While in Nelson, Sir Wilfred Laur- ier will be the guest of L. B. De veber, manager of the Bank of Mont- real, and 'brother of Senator De Veber, this city. The wedding of Miss Minnie Burke, of Westville, N. S-, to John Maddison. formerly of Nova Scotia, took place at Coleman on Saturday evening last TJiey will make Blairmore their future residence. mm Fred Kenny and Mrs. Kenny, Bart- lett street, with Mr. Kenny's mother, Mrs. John Kenny and brother, Ernest Kenny, of Calgary, with Miss Agnes Sheran, returned last evening from the lakes, where they have been I for -the .past ten days. I j The marriage of Miss Jessie Eld- ridge, formerly of Coleman, Alta., to Richard H. Smith, of Nelson, was sol- emnized at St. Saviour's church. Nel- son, on Saturday last, by the rector, Rev. Fred H. Graham. The young couple will reside in 'Nelson. I Colonel Wadmore, father of Mrs. J. j N. Ritchie, this city, was entertained last week upon his departure for Brit- isli Columbia where he will assume a new command, at a farewell dinner at Bellevue, Halifax, Colonel Weather-