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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Further Bargains At Semi-Annual Clearing Sale i ,i; :Eauli day as this Sulc pi it cod on our jiargaiii Cbiintoi'.s in orclor dV stiirnilatc and inaintaiii tlic' ciitiuisitisitic biiyjng .of the early hours of this dronl; Bale. As arc in iimny insliniccs liinitod we would nil vise yiiii- sliojt curly in.tlio day. to bo sure of gctling liottcr aUcnl-ion and -bcttoi: selections.'1 Some Really Wonderful Savings in the Carpet Department RUFFLED NET CURTAINS .Were lo ,10 pairs only, while auolted and plain net cur- tklnBi ruffled borders am] cnda; trimmed U'Hh Tor- luce -and edfilnc. Former price To BRUSSELS AND WILTON CARPETS Were to 5--pleccfl English Brueeela Carpets and Border Carpets. In deep rlcli .coloringa or green and crimson .-.-Regular prlcea ?1.40 to tl.75. 'To Bargains in Men's Wear Will Make Lively Selling MEN'S FINE CAMBRIC and .20 Dozen .Menls Cambric Shlrti, In ft boat of desirable''.. pBlternB. representing .the output' o( the foremoal.' Engllehf: and .Canadian manufacturers. All arc warrantafl 'fast col-' 1 'jrs anil 'of "extra durable quality, while work- mrinslifp they iSlzea 14 1-2 to-17.. .Regular 11.25, and- -f 9oi; MEN'S STEAW AND LINEN About. 5 Dozen .Men's Straw and IJinen Hats; 'moit every wanted style among, them and reiireaent1 all broken lines in 'our' 'stock." T. ,c i MEN'S Sf BOYS' CLOTHING Our complete slock oC Men's and Boy's Cloth- ing. Includes all our. latest Importations in' MOD'S Suits and Men's and Odd Panli. ten'days' sale all 20 p. c. Off Regular Prices To Clear Half SPECIAL BARGAIN LINE IN MEN'S SUITS v "35 Men's Suila In serges, .tweeds and worsteds consists or all broken lines In our stock. Regular prices were lo VAlli on'-Hfle 'at one uniform crlce In the Ladies' Ready-to-Wear BBQIDEBED KQBES '10' 'y HHntl embroidered HobeB.- Skirt 'Is and linen, for Llie waiat 'ia 'e'mbroidereil to .match. Former prlcea. cut In two. H7.W 1J.OO far -M.M tor.W.OO M.B for Department on Second Floor LADIES' UNDEK- SKIRTS i Engllah 811k. Moreen anrt Molr. rtte Sklrtg. all made with [luit-proof aeami and frllli; reg- ular prlceg 12.50 to H.nO. All Many Varieties On Qur 25c Bargain Table On ikla va hare placad all odd linen Straw Sallar-Hati and Bun Chlldren'a Muillh, Linen, Pique and Duct Tarns; Children's Whlto Col Ion Short Skirts; White Muslin Aprons, Flannelette Drawers, Night Drttam, Etc., Rtc. Former Prices ot these good, itaa from 40c to S5c, For this special Ten-Days' all marksd down to tbe pooular price, SPECIAL NOTICE: EXCHANGEABLE 25c are NOT The Hudson's Bay Stores Offlct 'frlcrinshlp Is like sound the ol ls seldom jknott'if .until I'a- IH" Mnokml, Is a giicsl t.ilri. with.ilrs. u days. Ruth. Freeman is spending -the niimmer'aMne Arrow Ukcsj "Mr. .V." II.' Nichol, who has 'been visiting in L'aljary and Band, has re- tflrned'." J Mr., and Mrs.' A. are en- Icrtnining' Miss Jjiicilc tiibir" country 'lidine. Miss Herri I en Fair, who is pres- ;cnl visiting at liur lioinc in Arthur, On I., hccu, L'c-cngiigiMl us public .school hiL Ciirmangay. at. an' Miss Fair's work. Miss" F.ilr Is a sister ot Miss Fair, a former incnfucr 9! tlic stall ot West- The mcmhflrK., of the Flower -will pay i weekly- visit In pale hliie! The guests were (lellghteuV.iuUli l.ayton's Elaine M iss Mew burn Rccompmiied Miss -Lnytoii in 'her usual excellent nmiiiifcr. '.The IwHiiUfiiLhonie lli'mler.son, was pretty tf hei j VIier_c-1 Mar1' "L E. Ivts, sun ot Mr. 0. 'T..-Ives..llcv. A. ,M. Cionlon ticri the luipti'al knot In llic prosence ol about' lliirly'' pi the" Ijrlite'K M I r and The rioritl decorations were exquis- itely L'arrieil out wild roses and tin .arch being.-, rorn'ed of- sinll- av, iidorn'cd f with' vatlegnted 'Weet [Jens, which the ceremony wis tin' (Ire pUcc, .'whicli' Was 7Gall llosiiitul toncdrruK- etwriiuon at with iinlms. Icrns anrt nrcarn anjj pink' J.45. Anyone having garden blos- .sotus to doiuvlc loi ilistribiition tu- .niorrow, .will.kin.tlJy connniinicatn.br, KrJinccB, rulutn'ctl rftfUv Banff. Hank, tins T. I louson goes cast In; tin near. lo visit fricinls in (ftig; Toronlp .Norn facolin.. Grey; Lindsay, Out., js-vis- Hirig 'w'itfi at 323 K cnlli.-St; Ciitbill. St., iik'vfc reCurheri short visit Calgaiy1. "JpneB, 'Victoria Mansions, leaves. Calgary, where jftp. .will permanently. f.jMrs.; Roy unri (laughter, Ounce In loday. an a trip lo Seattle ijiSMtviiitr- 'i opfniljni; a few. '.days, with her sistcr- .Victoria 'iions. Faitbyintowfa the staff. Vhjp .Galgary to Join'V a-trip HP .i. _ 'of Lc'th- bridRC, Barifl, .V Mrs! Riicnaniin is Entertain- ing In'-- honor'of'Mrs. .-who is t Mrs. W. -.f- Nelson will be aw Ltic city 'for some time, as shf has Eo'tic on .a'.'visil ID IJranUonl, "Oni. She was accompanied as far as MQdicinc H.it by Mr. Nelson. Mrs.-Vljra'cock, .fifteenth avenue west, arc entertaining their E. Batt, of few 'Bthhrirlge. for Mcirifs-Tclcgrain. _ .Mrs- anrt family, L of MEvclcod, jell 'fpf Whri ri -TKonlhs. ,v of.thp -Baptist; "'HO' Eleventh-; flTtcrnoon, Thn the the a. iliiiiiljlc. proved to-, very, enjoyablci aflair. ;e, non, Mi'm- I'Miss Knit. liavc' been visiting iri llic, l.eft, Iliis for CMill Lake, Will en Hip. for-Tr few-weeks: A'-gpodfy number cafled-at Mrs..Uc Veber-'s pretty ioon, when she -tins flrsi since hnr rr-Uirn' (join the cast. tfrs. .De' Vcher ,'hy her UHRhtrv, Miss Marion De. Pandit's -Iftrnicrt a- very- dainty, decor-, Mr. and Mrs. F t. Breckcnridgc, if "LiinilbrccK, were'the guests 6f -Mrs. 903'-.London Conybcn'ic >oi Wisif "Lliat llic.flowprs may l ti'cforc roses. Tho t March M-as playpri by Madam- Norman. Tlic rilll H I ACT I ICC voiuiL' hrldi; eiilrrcH-': V 111 LUJl Llltj F. 1J. youny orldi; Hatch, so room on tlic'arin of'her brother. Mr. called fur Harold Henderson, "hy wliont .site was given away. She; was handsomely in while c of' scwV with iiciirls anil' n charm ing lover's knot ol satin The long ti [veil, reaching; to Ihc end 'of the train arti.sticallj- faslRn- is. She carried shower of. white. rosn.s and-lily..uf (ho valley. -Tiie-foiiilesinnid, Miss Mdiia Hender- son; -sister of -tlie was cfmrm- fng'iii'Vliitc satin with anrt sleeves ot silk -laccy woven" with "a silver mesh anil carried an ol pink roses. Tlie was support- til by .Mr. Ivcs .dainty wciiilihg was servfid ai ilining. .which, was fragrant with "nnnie'nife' of cream and' pink roses. p Mrs. Henderson wore, 'a gown (if hlacl; satin, having .-a-white luce, yoke, with 'gold LiUhiTurr.'UniitisL chutch picnic s lo be held un at the i.v- er hoLlom, near Vlio powcr-houite. The children--fre'in Iho1 northern part ol the uily meet at the home ofjqf htr gown, WHS art Rev. ttranlani! Ihc others near the jcd with'orange hlo.sxoi k'loan. laiimlry at- 3-30- WaggoncLLcs 'will. coiivcr tlie'--littic- 'ones to the picnic grounds. f .1 t t' SI. Mary's Triiild is'-sparing no paiiis to wako llic strawberry garden w.hicli is lo he held .tonight at Ihc- Mrs. Jloocrt Nini- nibns, X., (Wcs'l- pilnslcr great success.; AJ liirgc the Guild- rind thriving little ijarlsh. !v The luisiness ol Wcslcysliad ieS' Aid, wliich Was held T-.y ester (lay iftcmoon, was well miicli hiisineSK was .decided lo hold 4 strawberry social jicJffc 12tlir from .tliree Lo six, fhc lawn adjoining the church. Tlic ladies hope that all the. .pf. the congregation will lltcniJelv-psr-o'c'Hitifi ,.jj of meeting with them. K mission board ol the Mcthoilist Ichurch IhQ, Hey W. J. W. pi -pni'.( (if Old'-TojilamcnU theology aiid; h'rcw ilapnn.: ----Mr. 'Craqg1 and'-his wife fcre hoih gradu- ates of Victoria university. Mr. Pragg is a hrother of Dr. C. C. prigg, this, B.. .street-. Methodist, church, Petcrboro, ard the Hcv. H. H. CragEr Taher, Alia., and; and a inn ol ilia Rev, Edward Cragg, of .Calgnry. Miss Me Lea y, the president, took at tlir regular nifctiiiK of thy Missionary socinl.y of" Knax 'church, last evening.' There was n jsplcndid a gvcai- (leal "oi. liMsincss was Uansacleil. Tlir, soci- ety will not .IjoJ.jl-jiUiy niprc ni.L'oiings'. until Tlic Woman's Missionary Society of Westniinsler will meet with'. at tomor- row iiftcriioon ni." three o'clock. Dea- coness work of CiiiiaUa vill be Iho TJie look Cur a full A pcrfetl.y fine July evening tlrnw i oxcrptimially "large crowd to the strawberry. FesUvn.1 at Westminster church last night. Mrs, W. I1. "Alexantlcr gave a number of delight- fid piano. sulecl.ions, while the num- bers, by ,.Ui'i' siiijio, accompanied by V.r. .Scott on the violin, were also very much rn- joj'cd. Tiie proceeds [roni (.her- social' .vc nlrendy rcacbcri the gratifying j ot (nrty-onp...dollars, with still a nslurns'-lo' he matle'. AT MEDICINE HAT silk Five Year Old Girl Playing With. Matches (Special to the HeriH) -Medicine Mat, July rive-year-old tlaughler of..Dr, wilt no soveroly, dlc'd. this niorninE- Together nuni- bcr of other she WDB playluj, with malcheB In W. R. Penland'i Inr. Her ..cauglJt" ind was entirely burnod oft her'before af> alBlaincc' could" re'acb' her- POLICltOURT three cates-on 'the chitje Krank ctuigel) aj- Ilat, was the only piit-of-lqwn guest. The Broom's Savor to Ihe bride i'as a golit wrist watch, while the jroonix" _ man presented with "cneraved sn .1, Ihrre no evidence that na4 Mr niair, tv in v.. none so HennMcNeish ri-roanoeM Mr. Mrs. tves lelt. on a pi v..- was. fined five dollars tnt costs, or in default thereof,