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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 CLARKE CO EXTRA SPECIAL BARGAIN PRICES Every Day This Week in the MID-SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE SUMMER STOCKS THROUGHOUT EVERY DEPARTMENT AT FINAL CLEARANCE PRICES-STOCKS AS YET PRACTICALLY UNTOUCHED ON ACCOUNT OF THE BACKWARDNESS OF THE SEASON AND PRESENTING, THEREFORE, THE BlOGEST SELEC- TIONS EVER FEATURED AT THIS SEASON OF THE AND AT THE LOWEST -PRICES. TUB I.ETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE FIVB The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Aetdm P 65c LADIES' FINE UNION SUITS- Reg. 90c, and J1.25 Excellent quality llBlo ribs and bnlbrlggall gar- raenta, made In all ladies' sizes up to 40, wide or tight knee, sliort sleeves or sleeveless, liana- Eomely trimmed 'with lace and riWion: Sar- ment an exceptional value at (ho price. Sunshade Sale Worth up to All our Novelty Parasols up to 54.50 Included in this one sale "lot for 'quick Dome and. regular colors, Dress Sale Wo l up to Newest Wash Dresses of the season Included in this lot in .voiles, dimities, cotton bedfonls etc., sizes up to 42. Long1" Silk Gloves 75c Regular value Black and white only, heavy weight silk, with double tipped fingerstall .sizes. Fresh New Waists ijiJ.75 to Daintiest styles wo. have hail this season just to hand .by voiles In stripes and featuring all the wanted sizes from 34 right up to 44. Wliitevvear Sale Onr complete new showing of Skirts, Gowns, Corset Cov. ers, Drawerii, Princess Slips and Combinations without reserve, all at the same re- duction. BOYS' AND GIRLS' Res- 30c, and 46c Fine silk lisle ribbed hosiery up to SV4 inches; colors black, white, tan, sky and silk and silk lisln sox in while, wilih colorpil stripe lops, sizes up to 7 lovely collection, very cheap for such line qualities. Wash Skirts Worth up to High grade liepp, white with handsome lace trimming and linen crash; skirts in natural color. Turkish Towels 25c Regular 35c and 40c value A specially purchased fine lust to" iiand, white and brown, heavy weight, large size. Voiles Silk Mulls G5c Worth up to Double widths in fine quali-' ties, floral and scroll designs, excellent values, all guaranteed washable. DMIME m HOLIDAY success or the Dominion Day elebrition hold at Coaldale on the First will long linger in the minds ot the ;pe.ople who were present at the Coaldale-Ihas planned some tood celebrations in the past, and good times were recorded, but the celebration this year completely eclip- ked aJiy previous one. A good crowd from 'the surrounding country came io town to attend the sports, and they were enjoyed to .the full'extent. A partial list of the events and their winners are as Ball game woii by single men. Horse Bonnell, nrsi.; N Whitney, second. Pony Hagel; Carl McCann. Girla' pony Colne; Ida Honeyset. Novelty mile Honey; A. Brown. Foot race, free first. Fat man's S. Crest; Albert Owens. Married ladies' Owens, Mrs. Cassidy Single ladies'; Rogers; Lina Peters Girls race end Bmde, Virginia Daniel Boys' Gustin; Geo. Archibald. Ese rare (girls under Daniel; in etunnc the irttcm of im- puntleg Does not purge M do the cheaper OMM- tionTpiirifM tke blood tod torn the system. Tin nguhur vac of AJbbey'j oeam rel W from chronic it mrncj bounding Kaifth >nd newed mentil Effet vescent The "Salt of Saks" Ladies' egg Albert Ow- ens; Mrs. F. G. Norton. Girls' three-legged race Aufoln Honeysett and Lettie Bmde; Nolfha Rogers and Hilda Rogers. Boys' three-legged and Gustin; Pool and Mitchell. Boys' Shoe and stocking Rogers. Children's handicap Josmond; Virginia. Daniel; Aubln loneysett. Slout ladies' A. Brown; Mrs. J. P Thorn Girls' race (10 and 'hompson.. Children's race under Honeysett; Cleye. Ross. Ladles' sack Owens Irs. Cassidy. Amateur Honeysett, re itation. The liberal prizes were donated for he events by the following Lei-'h iridge firms: Coaldale Hotel, Caat'.e -lotel, B. H. Wilson, M. L. Peck, Hick- Sehl Hardware Co., L. P. Bonnell, Alberta Saddlery, Higinbotham Drug ;o, Farm Products Co., Jackson Co., McKelvie McGuire, Hayr Hard- vare Co.. Armstrong fc Raworth, Bay Co., Lethbridge Hotel it. S. McArthur, Alexandra Hotel, 3eo. Kerr Co., S. S. Dunham, Leth- bridge-Weslburn Realty Co., Delany'E Aa., K. A. Wright, Good Co., The Simpson Co., Herald, Hart. Patterson Hardware'Co., W.'J-.'-Nel- son Co.. nylands Co., ;.Thomas Quinn, Ellison -Milling Elevator Co., C. W. Gray, Becker Yates, P. Burns Co., City Harness rill Floral Co. The donee in the evening fas well attended by many out of town people as well as the people of Coaldale Numerous visitors came out from Lethbridge and Taber. .Music was dispensed by a Lethbridge orchestra The cash receipts for the day totalled over Other News .Mr. and -Mrs. H. A. Suggitt and Mr and Mrs. John .Davidson-'are1 attend- ing t'ho fair in Calgary. The Ladies' Aid will meet al the home of Mrs. Chas. Glaspey on Wed- nesday afternoon next, the .hostess being, assisted 'by Mrs. C.S-Crest. Mr. Nels Kilpatrick is very ill .will: typhoid fever at the-Gait hospital His mother was called hero troll North Dakota on account of, his ill ness Miss Blberta Suggitt is visiting and Airs. Linton at Cowley. Farmers are rejoicing at the-appar- ent'clearing of the. weather-as the recent rains haxe coiisnisiabi} delaj ed .haying operations: All crops are coming on. in splendid condition. Mr and Mrs. M. Clcary and (am ilv left on Friday ior a visit to Win- nipeg and other eastern points. The Willanl W.C.T.U. will meet In Westminster church on Thursday af- ternoon at 3 o'clock. Mr and Mrs. JOB. Young and fam- ily have gone out to their ranch for summer, A. .regular meeting of Maple Leaf No. O.K.S.. will be held in'thd Masonic Hall, tomorrow even- ing at 8 o'clock. The members of the Alexander Gait chapter 1. O. K.-'will meet for sewing tomorrow afternoon at 'Ui Jlh street south. _ The Companions oi the Forest will hold their regular monthly meeting in St. Marie's Parish hall tomorrow evening al eight o'clock. The sections of the Ladies' Aid under Mrs. Ball ami Mrs A.LI- SIM, will meet in the lied rooms for sewing tomorrow after- noon at 2.3.0. Mrs Joseph Ciilham of Toronto, announces the engagement m Mr daughter, Olive-Ciilham Harris, to John MacSeill, A., minister] of'Walmcr Hoad Baptist church, oi Toronto, and formerly of Winnipeg. Mr Janii'S Forbes Fruser anil Miss Florence M.-.ta Fellierstonc were mar- :icd in Winnipeg on-June Kith. Mr. Frascr is well known in farmangay, beiliK on the staff of the.Bank 01 Commerce there in the early days of the town. He is now manager of the bank at Kincaid, Sask. Oh the occasion of their marriage tin Saturday evening. Mr. R. T. f Carr, and Miss Rose Bissetl, both oil the Hudson's Bay Co. stores, were iresentcil by the staff with a steam- er .trunk aiid a handsome silver tea service. x. A very pretty church wedding was celebrated in I he Anglican Cathedral at Calgary on Monday, 3unc 21, when Miss Maud Evans was united in the bonds of matrimony to C K'. manager of the Taher branch of tho Bank of Hamilton. The happy couple spent their honeymoon at BaniT, returning to Taber this week. at extracted from form tin is a buthly nwriar pnpantion of i juices of containing m con------- unverully KnrVira-neniatol value of thow fnuts. A spoonfol of Atobeft Bilta on umt, menu 100% normal physMal and mental (ftenney itj. Abbey's tbe one erreseeat, that will mste 700 eboki or meeie-for the Abbey grumln the bottom oT-the water carbonise it from the bottom up. rowdwed fiuei" on tin of tkc water Akbey1! for yourself. Sold by ill sad fumaiwd U give relief. Sir Henry Irving wid: certainly had not tpm overrated." Ymi with him 25c. wd 60c. everywhere the Knox manse Saturday af- ternoon, the Rev. A. II. Denoon un- ited in marriage Mr. John Wilson 01" Fcrnie, B. Miss Dorothy Darling of Salt Lake City. The hap- couple left on the Saturday train fot their uome in I crme 13 C FISHER-QUILLING- Clarence Webster Fisher, chief dis- patcher'of the C. P. R. here, was married on Thursday, July 1st to Hulda Elizgbeili, daughter of Mr and -JUrs. J. F. Quilling of Monomie, Wisconsin.. The ceremony took place there. Mr. ami Mrs. Fisher arc visit- ;ng" New York anil Chicago on their ipncynujon' and will arrive in Leth- bridge by the 15th of this month when Mr. Fisher will resume his duties. Mrs. Fisher will be at home on October 1st. A pretty wedding was at the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. liissett, on Salur day afternoon in the presence of few of the immediate friends, when Rose Mabel Bissett, was married to Mi. Robert Tnrnbuil Carr. The Rev A. H. Dcnoon officiated. Mr. J, Ink ster supported the groom, while the sister of. the bride was bridesmaid The young couple arc very popular in the citv ana tne countn Mr Carr has for.'a number-of years been connected with the Hudson's Baj staff. The bride also was at one time a member of the staff and live at Taher lor sonic time. Mr. an Mrs. Carr.'.-left for New' Zealand where Mr. Carr has taken an import ant post. Close New High School at Macleod MADE IN CANADA M FOR SALE IV J. Higinbotham Macleod, Alta.. July being opened for less than a year, the Mac- leod High school will be closed for the present, and the pupils transferr- ed to Ihe public school bunding This decision was arrived al at'a. special meeting of the School Board held on Friday, A. T. --Leather advancing the suggestion that a considerable sav ing of expense could be hi so doing. Two rooms in tho public school will be set aside for the accom- modation of the pupils ;who number 38. The High school building was er ected last year al a cost of approil mately JI7.000. At the time the ei ectlon of .the: building mel with very slrong opposition from the two pre sent members of the old Board, A Heap and D.'.G McKenzie At the same meeting the members wero called upon lo select three teachers'to fill the vacancies cauied 'BARGAIN. Second Day of The Last Week of This Big_Saje First Woman to Enter South Door Tomorrow Can Select Any Pair of Shoes From Our Stock Free The first xvomun to enter the SOUTH DOOR, of (his store on Tuesday morning can choose any pair of shoes from our wide and varied stock, FREE." Men's Summer Combinations Tuesday's Grocery News Garment Summer Combinations in fine ribbed balbrig- "aii 25 suits to go on sale. Just the right tex- ture for these -warm July flays. All sues. Short sleeves, knee length Ladies' 98c Footwear On sale at Button- and Blucher models in Ladies' metal all new summer styles good bearing qualities. Regular values for and Children's Coats Of Teddy Bear Cloth Choose from J5.00. ?5.50 and J6.00 values in these Children's Teddy Bear Coats. Just 12 coats in all. Smart grey and tan shades, nicely lined, well finished throughout; some with CO QC belts, others plain W.lJW Window Shades, 35c Plain green Window Shades, good roll- es, size complete with brackets.. drape Juice, per'bottle.. 400 Kia Ora, lemon juice-------G5C Raspberry Vinegar, bottle. per dozen -20C Gallon. Apples, can 25C Watch for our Special Prices on for Wednosday. Table Napkins Values 50 dozen Tahle Napkins, size 20x20, all hemmed ready to use. Floral and conventional -i C designs; teg halt price, I I V Window Shades, 65c Oreen-Window Shades with neat, cream CCp insertions in different designs, size .36x72 Watch 'tomorrow night's paper for. Wednesday's Sale News. MI I GHLI I-ROBINSON Edmonton von plelt; wedding took place Thursday, Jul 1st at Norwood Methodist churcl at 2 30 o clock Mis.-. Decmn E Rob mson M Sc w is marrie to Ldttin Ihomas 'Mitel fll M irmcipal of Macleod High schoo L brid" was gowned in white ciep chene ornamented with Brusscl ate and seed pearls Ihr hr dll vc was caugiil witii orange blossoms The two bridesmaids, Miss Hobmson sistei ol the bride and ei were gowned alike, wearing pink channelise [rocks and pink late pic .lire liats hi stream- ers llie groom was assisted his biothcr H Mitchell The cere uonv was performed h) Rev i B of Mban) Methodist church 'Ilic ubher jias Mr Ross Dam Utcr the ceremonv T inception was held -it the btide's home 114W S 1th streets Ihe nom i, gift to the nude was a ppndant ot pearls, lo the bridesmaids pms of opal and_sap- phlies The bride ind groom arc leav ing for an trip to UK Pacific Coast. Thousand Attend Big Celebration at. Fertile Plains BOK lilind JuH 3-'here was i rousing celebritlon on Dominion the iarm oi Gibbous brothers at Fertile Plums 18 miles south of Islind It is estimated that our 1 000 peoplt were in attendance and thit thev all had i good lime s eiidcnced the expressions of the leoplt who were present from this ocalit) from morning till night the people nad lots to i ilercst them M Brown major of Medicine Hit was on '..and to deliver an address idiotatmg prohibition and he le ccncd i veri attentive hearim; ind handsome collection was taken up for HIE purpose ol assisting the cause Ihcre wis the program of ithlelic sports Three baieball Icinis competed The match was between UUlkorn and Mile lortvMiIe winning b> the close score of S-7. The victorious _tcam then plajed o" with the Borden Nine and again pulled out with a lead of one run the score being Borden 10 I orl) Mile 11 In the junior baseball Borden hid in Mctor; oier 1 Mile the being 10 to 1 Ilie results in the other athletic events were follows Pom saddle racr one thud mile Ed Wultz Pom siddle rate two thirds J Roberts 100 Hcndelson ion 1 anis Snelrude Girls Gibbons Running brcid Llforr hiicking Mirra( In the eicnmg a dnncs ueld in PURE, RICH, DELICIOUS AND WHOLESOME: DELIVERED TO YOUR-HOME. CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. Phone A BIG DAY AI LUCKY the Iof1 of -the Gibbons barn One hundred couiles participated and music was provided by the Conquergood orchestra It, was a das that will long be remembered by the people of this district I he cropv in the) iertije Flams countr) piomise to iield an excellent itturn conditions were never better HOWARD DOUGLAS NEW FILM CENSOR Howard Douglas formerly sioner of Dominion park? and moie recentb superintendent bf buildings for the pro-uncial eminent, is Die new chief censor of movipg pictures for the province C. P. R. to Charter Boats to Handle Immense Crop bj the resignations of Miss Hall Miss Bqdkm and Miss Ilillier A. number of applications were received, and after a careful perusal- Hiss Stunning of -Jlacleod. Jliss Walts of MaBrath and Miss PeiUns of iBlaiimore were selected. lerston, 1 hos, Mallov M I' P has I oen rc- nominnteil b} Canlhon Liberals 'I he Mansion Hoise'at Palmer; Ont uas dcstioved nrc cow on the farm oi Anson 1'helps Stokw, iccrelau of thr >aio has gncn bilih Julj 3 -Sir Tiiomas Sh lughncssj president ol the Cana dnn Paufic rallwai returned vester irom I ngland on the While Star liner I apland after spending a month in London conlerring with Lord Kitchener and niemterb oi the cab met on the question of war supplies from Canada. Position "I hohl no official position Sir 1 bonus- declared 'and the purchase ol war munitions and supplies, is in the hands ol Davnl A Thonns, who will arme here soon there was some dissatisfaction among Canadian mm regarding the matter of awarding contracts by the British govcimnenl, and I ncnt over to sec the chiefs of fho war depart menl ind tilk things oier There will he no tiouble from now on about Camda not getting her (air quota TO Charter "At the pic'ent time all the ves- sels belonging to the steamship dc partment Imc been liken over In the idmiraltv (or troops mid stores, and 1 shall arrange to charter tonnage to handle the ciops whldl bpiakmg ot the conditions in bng land bit Ihomas said there had not been sileh i great shortage of aniniu nitioo as had been reported ind the outlook [or the .war was more hope ful than people had been led to pcct. Lucky Strike, July 3. Lucky Strike celebrated Dominion many hundred people gathering from all over the homestead country to take part n the demonstration and thp committee put up a program which intereited everybody There were no delays and ooMecnnntly cronil had. emethmg to interest them all the time After lunch had been partaken oi in true picnic fash.- lon W 1 Buchanan, M P lioluered a patriotic address to the gathering lie bnefh related tbe circumstances surrounding the creation of the, mimon of Canada and outlined the growth of the Confederation since 4867 Ulusion %as made to our fprm of goiernnient and Mr Buchanan de- clared that in this, country we had as much if not more freedom and liberty than countries living republican lorm of government He explained Canada s participation in. the war and concluded his remark! bi urging united attion toward' -IM- proving the condition of the farmers and providing transportation facili- ties lor districts so far away from the railroads Agriculture was the basic mdustrj of the country and it must be encouraged if countrj was to prosper _ The crowd then adjourned to a neighboring field where the athletic bporls were conducted the most interest centred in the baseball match between Milk Itiver and i-il Milk River was somewhat handicap- ped bj not having its regular team on hand and consequcntl> suffered .ttr tonnage dh we expect Xo be 25 por cent pietti defeat from the home- .reater than Ihev Ime been before sleaders lliere ire some real Every lOc Packer of WILSON'S FLY PADS ball jlajcri in this homestead coun In and even Milk Ruer s regular team might have had trouble in pull- ing out a In the evening a howerv danceial held ilongsidc of the Luck) Strike store V big plitform had heen erect- ed and it was crowded until early m tro -orning' dancers Much praist was paid to the music futh- ished by the otehestra SWEDEN i NOW. FAVORS Ont A dersoA of Flen Sweden who a visit lo Canada says that the pithy of the people of his countn ban switched from slightly proflei-. man at the commencement of the waf until It is now almost entirely In or of the Allies Mr Anderson Osrnnwr't method of waging ii lapidl; turlK ing tlie Swedish population tnal countr> The sinking ot the Luf< Mania was'the jjjt ;