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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETUISSMIIGE HERALD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1911 THE LADIES' STORE C A. fi LJ OC C Phone453 Special Friday and Saturday Selling Newest Spring Merchandise At Prices Away Under jn lhis illv pmvhases of seasonable mervliamlisp at wonderful mluelinns. lujscUuM- wilh nuiiicrous ili-nis selccti'tl from and 3ik'. Hosiery Sale, worth up to 45c, 25c. quality lisle rtiuU-otton srtnuU as well as plain and ribbed i-ashmeves. shown in all ladies' sizes from to 10 IH.S. Dress Goods, worth up to 7 5c 45c. Pure wool scnjcs iu.givys nuil greens, cashmeres in navy t-ardinal and green and all wool plaids uml shepherd cheeks in splendid selections. .White Gowns, worth up to Verv dainty garments of splendid quality nainsook ami eamhrie, slip-over style, beautifully trimmed with embroider- ies and laces. House Dresses White Cotton lOc. Prints and Ginghams 12 l-2c. Regular up fo S3.00. Worth up to lac. Kegular 15 and 18c Values. Splendidly sewn, perfrel garments iu Good weight Inn" cloth, full yard wide, nice All of sUiiuh.rd iiualit.v :ind yimnmteed lo wash good of "rev. Ian ;uu! even thread and free from dressing. ptrfeelly. Corset Sale 95c. Linen Towelling lOc. Turkish Towels 25c. Worth up to 51.75. Worth up to 15c. Regular 15c Value. Exceptional value, made of while eoulil. sizes Checked glass linen and heavy In-own roller lleally exceptional values, laryc s.ze. shown in IS to 27--fils all medium figures. linen 10 It) IS inches wide. white or while, and stripes. Satin Petticoats, Regular Value, Wonderful values in Inns, Paddy green and black, splen- did qualities 12-inoh ideated 11 mimic. Lovely Voile Waists, worth up to A specially purchased-lot including six of the very styles have. seen, made -with front yoke, drov) shoulder, high or lov collars, short or long sleeves. Fine Silk Crepe, regular value, Lovely line quality dress cre.pe.-42 inches vide, line silky finish, eoloia navy. tan. black, mustard, tango, etc. Finest Messelaines, worth 95c. W Very pretty pin stripes and all plain colors, iiicliuliiig-lnn, white, lilack. navy, Nell Paddy -and stripes in navy-and and white, Copenhagen and ivhite. MORE NEW ARRIVALS In Suits, Coats, Skirts, and Dresses The most allrttclivc and becoming styles wo have ever had. the. lii'sl values. Splendid ehoosing. in newest novelty cffecls as well as in thci plainer and more staple styles. Every line featured here is con- lined exclusively to this store for Lclhbridge. We buy at most twn and in many cases but one garment of a kind, so that we can assure you not only of wide variety of choice, hut of (hat exclusiveness so much de- sired by women of good taste. WE' MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT. STREET: RAILWAY DEPARTMENT f LOST NET LAST YEAR This Year is Provided for in General Current Estt- males Making Total Increase Over Last Year of Net Loss Revenue >'et Loss Curried J61.50S.C2 XS41.2S 565.SS8.02 Total expenditure Balance heinR .figuring on a loss ,of 5-S41.-S on (yjeTatinj eipoases for tfce year the total Cellmate for current ex- penditure Tor the street railway de- partment, as laid on the before the eommlEsioriera this morning Tbe loss this'year is ealJ- (o he slightly In excess of lest yp'ar, the revenue i3 estimated to Is Jt.477.iO. mo-9-than-in '101 The t2f.f3T.JJ is lo lie included in the icutes for curreiit expenditures, as submitted by "VV. A. Henderson i: Co. acco-jntanla, making tbe total in- crease for the year for operating ex- penses, approximately The Btateineut submitted by Commission- er Reid, Tor the I.elhbridse Municipal Railway, is as lollops. They r.-ere passed by the Council, Int came in-lor considerable discussion. 1913 Net Loss brought down.. Sinking Fund Debenture Interest Bank Interest Balance being Deficit... 1914 Xet Loss brought dwra Sinking Fund S.677.S5 Debenture Interest S29.S37.93 'j REVENUE 1613. Car Ad. ftnlnzs Henlals: 005.00 1311 720.00 r-rir Service Car MainUr.aGCe C'nr Eipesse Oil and'Waste EXPENDITURE M15.SI 704.32 5S5.S3 455.30 S24.SC> 21.23 750.01) aTmorid. Felj. rau- ar'contCil oi thf Mutual ImproTf- went, Oi Kouthcrn .11- herta has become a nxlute of the so- rial and is liwl'Cd forn-ard to anj participated in 'vitlj the greatest interest an'l zeal. Tlif contest ior the year 1511 is liisloryi I.ast night .the first ward assembly hall was iam- iir.fil.by eagi.T iiblfnirs. Large delfga- iioni'vvere rtfSfnt from adjoining VriiforrGB Changing Sv.-llcaee Jc.Millun second. given to each qf singerj. The chorus, "The Whip-Poor-Will's Jlagrath chorus received second men- was consideied the chief fra- the who-'said they i ture of ihe since '.vere the only ones renilering one Tenor sold, 'rbing. Sine, liirds on I twenty oi more in cacli ol.the ciior- pecial part correctly: Then llaymop.d he was sung by" Jldlullin, uses. i Second Hard under Chorister Stlons Jroxall, -Young and I'ingrce. M. Y. Individual pins .bearing tli'e inscrip-' ciuiu in ar.d Raymond "Kirst came Croxall'teceived first honors and VTes-ltion "M. I. .A. 1914 coutcsl" ivere Irslant. The commended judge in mVsic to iej.der the Am-1 warmly for his ability and rendered Repairs. Tools and Machinery Hepairs, mlFcella neons Repairs, Overhead Cleaning Traclt Ilepalrs -Track Wectrlc Power Salaries 1'rinticg and Stationerj Insurance.......'...... Ofllce Expease Amusements Total Expenditure I2.W (5.03 14.741.XS 11.741 3S 3M.1C 1.131-i'J JOC.O'J 350.M l.'M.'m 4.C'iC.03 .Mr. made a few open- i remarks, explanations of 'the points he wtvild consider In rer.- jderijjg liis judgir.Enls, ai.d ah'o said llit.w.is an entire strariger lo every contestant. The auiliei.ce. was so well pk-a-scd with tho adjudicator's rcnder- ii.isMbat U.ey ['ni.-ore.1 his final, re- marks. He then follow Ed by. giving volatile ir.blructinns for future con- tests. M. II.A., was judge hint valuahlf criticisms. Miss Uasrnasscn gave 3 dia- lect (omic recitation, "The anil was given first prize. 1'. Harris competed with his "Iriuli philosopher" anil received stc- orid. Junior -iolo was rendered by Miss ASton Jcn.-fn of Magr.llh, anil although sl.e was the only onf "who tried the oi the C. 'professor took PERFECTCyREFil in lire eluc-Jiionary conlesls. Khf- orcasion to say: "This is ttit sland- ___ Ijc made cvplanatiw.s an.l rd lor all to go by. There was ii per- p ,.r wpu rrrpivrii iiv lect renriition of tbe notes." lie r.er C'lark v.as pivrn first plarr j ar.-i }liss'l 'rsenhach setond. 1' TI.erc fire the fa- Spring Fashion Show Suits, Coats, Dresses and Skirts Friday and Saturday at SIMPSON'S cet renriition of tbe notes." lie here lhat the first thine In inu- and iriterprelatiori. UniLlralto solo, "In the ol ij- Heap, ol Magratli, fjrst; Daisy ivrieksun. sccorid. ITie organ so'o, by llari- by Mrs. Merlin Htced, A CuW to Cfcf Oxo Cubes arc in- sUntly rtady and instantly .issiml- cafjtiot of beef in mere convent ent form We cordially invite the- ladies of Lethbridge and surrounding towns to visit us Friday and Saturday when we will show the very latest Fashion touches' in Suits and Coats, both in man tailored and the fancy novelty styles for Spring 1914. also showing everything-' that's new :and stylish in Silks, Wool Dress Goods, Cotton Crepes and Ratines DON'T MISS SEEING Show while stocks are- complete. Any selection you may make can be laid away until you are ready to use it by making a small deposit The Simpson Co., ;