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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta CLARKE CO. Extraordinary Friday-Saturday Bargains In The Mid-Bummer Clearance.Sale, Offering ill! our K.imuimx Every Kind Crepes, Silks, Velours, reserve variety of colors, styles and designs. 45 cent UNDERWEAR CREPE, 40 INCHES ONLY 25c Long Lisle Gloves 48c 65c Valuel Black, white, tun. grey and natural Chamolsuede in excellent qualities, all at final clearance prices for tills. two-day sale. Awning Duck 28c Regular 35c. Value Splendid qaulity, very strong and dur- able, 29 Inches wide, green and white stripe. Hosiery Sale 25c j Worth up to 45c Children's fine ribbed silk Lisle Hose, white black, sky, pink and tan, up to SVj inches: Children's sox in many colors and ladies' lisle hose included1 in the lot. EXTRA! WHITEWEAR SALE Values UP to This two-Day Sale lot includes Skirts, Gowns, Princess Slips and Combinations of finest qualities. A great variety in various styles and trimmings. EXTRA! LADIES' UNION SUITS 65c Values Worth up to 51.00 Excellent quality Lisle and Balbriggan Garments, wide or tight knee; short sleeves or sleeveless; sires up to 40. Lovely soft .mallls-. double width, very fine and durable, Iho .uopuiai crepe we have tail to show for all kinds, ol under- garments. New Wash Dresses 79c Worth up to Handsome now styles In voiles, crepes and Indian Heads, plain colors and dainty floral and scroll designs; sizes up lo 12. Linen Suitings 25C Worth 35c a yard Plain colors in mauve and tan for- ladies' wear and natural colors will, white or red stripe lor boys' suits, etc. Embroidery Cotton 20c 42 inches Wide Lovely fine (luality in extra width, very soft and free-from dressing, cuts to good advantage lor all undergarments. lisle hose included1 in the lot. Many other Week-End Bargains in Hosiery, Corsets, Wash Goods, etc. "street S., inorrow afternoon. I" liss Aull of Calgary is a guest of s. C. F. I'. Conybcarc, Riverview, the week end. Iliss 'Dorothy Buclmn returned Mon- y night from a short visit in jresholm.. Jr. and Mrs. .7. H. Lee and Mr 1 Mrs Liam rev made up a mot .party which leit tor Calgary ex lilion yestcrdaj he A ol St Augustin s cnurch 1 meet tot setting in the Ren oss rooms, Acadia hlocji, tomor- he Alexander Gait Napier 10 will hive charge of the Hud Bav tea rooms' tomorrow after- ill and even Fridaj until further algarv Herald Mrs Herrcn Lethlmdee is in the citj visiting si tir Mi's Jean Grant suite 6 tvle Court. I trs Macdonald, Miss Gibbons, Is Mackenzie ol the Nursing His n and her sister from Hoyal View- last week foi Banft where the) e taken a he members, of the Alexander Gait ptcr I 0 D fc will meet for ing at 423 8th street south evcrv isdaj thei i. alcary Mrs Reid and familv of Lelh ge are attending the exhibition while in the city are the guests The death occurred very suddenly at Minneapolis on June 26 ol Mrs. H. D. l-Icssey, mother of Mrs. C.-R. Carlson. Mrs. Carlson and children were there on a visit when' the death look place. Mrs. Moodje, 122 18th Street N., entertained the ladies of the St. An- drews Ladies' Aid Society yesterday afternoon troin 3 to 6. A large num- ber ot the ladies called during the afternoon. Instrumental music was a feature of the' tea. Mrs D. J. Whitney with her daugh- ter, Mrs. Buchan and .little grand- daughter Marole Buchan, left last wees on a visit to Yellowstone Park and American coast cities. :They may visit the San Francisco Exposition belorc returning. "t t Rev and Mrs G Asher Mi and Mrs C S Tarron, Mr and Mrs. Marsh, Mrs Dunsnorth Rev J. B. Pickle and Mrs. Marshall left this alteinoon for Cilgarj nhcre will attend thi- 7th annual con vention of the Christian churches of Uberta The Alberta branch of the mlssionais socie'y vith the church will- also convene. Mrs J McNicol nas host- ess of a most enjoyabls tta jester da> afternoon the guests of honor being MIES Ihompson, who is her guest at present Mrs J O Wilson who 11 here tor a few davs with her daughter Mrs Seatlo and Mrs Jos ter Mrs mother who came down .from .Maclepd tor the fortable home and lawns the cliildrei day when she entertained at her cpm- her spacious ________ from the Child- ren's Shelter. It was an unexpected treat for the children, and they thor- oughly enjoyed the afternoon s enter- tainment provided fur them by Mrs. Hilchic. Naturally, they sprat most ot their time playing games upon the lawn, and of course before -they de- parted for home they were entertain- ed at a spread which every child relished f-o the full. A number of ladies and also some young lo.ks from the neighborhood assisted Mrs. Ritchie Miss Dainty, the capable superintendent of the Shelter, was in charge of the children. Mrs. Ritch- ie's treat was a delight to the little distinguished men of the bride's na- tive state made it Hie most celebrat- ed wedding gathering ever seen west of lhe Mississippi. A picturesque feature the pres- ence of every man, woman and child residing in Bowling Green, and like- wise from many neighboring towns. Rev. Robert Sherman Hoyd, pastor of Lee Memorial Presbyterian church o'f Louisville, cousin of the bride, read the marriage service of the Episcopal church. .Miss Clark was 'obey" bride, and gave the rc- The marriage ot Miss Gladys Paul- ino Stundcn oniv daughter of Mr. md Mrs Ccorge M Stunden llr Montrose M Rncr Heights, to Mr llcnrj Stewait Johnston son of Mi and Mrs William Johnston of Win uipcg was solemnized Wcilnesdai June 30th at 0 o clott in bt Margaret ecor c ing to a recent ill and Mrs street west. and (ridaj afternoon until 1 e_ Albertan Commissioner McKenna 2316 :MADE IN-CANADA BERMUDA SALISBURY COLLABS WILLIAMS GREENE ft ROME CO KMLIN. ONTAKIO Rector Uc> t churUi the Goodeve official n family, the ceremony was ol a qiliel natuii. Hit dainU voung hrlde given her fatliei who was her Messrs Gilbart and McPherson evangelists concluded their final cam piign for the season at Castor on June 25 Mr Gilbatt went to his for a short time after which he will MBit Chicago and then go lo where he will have charge of a large church during the pastor s vacation Mr McPherson vicnt to Rochester Minn to undergo an op oration this week. social afternoon was spent in the home o! Mrs A C Price by the Ladies' Aid Society o! the Christian church Quite a number of ladies were present Instrumental music by Mrs Johnson readings by Mrs Hun and Mrs Cockle, a song b) Mrs Vsher and a contest bv Mrs Merchen I were iinong the items on the pro gramme V dainty tea wai provided h) the hostess and a enjoyablt time was spent A "ood attendance ot the member' of ttic dofferent societies oi St Mary's parish assembled m the par ish hall last evening for a busmc.it. social in connection with their work Rev C "H Popham at the opening of the meetinn addressed the mem hers Mr Cole read an interesting paper on parochial responsibilities Al the conclusion of (he meeting re fresbmenls were served bj thr ladies travelling lostomt, of batMeship grey French lailln, opening over; a .blouse of shell pink tri-pr de uhcnc flic hat of ?rev silk crepe was laced with shell pink ninon and trimmed vvith i rench flowers in ban ionizing colors- Her bouquet was of white lose-, and lilies of the vallev with a faint touch of pink. Friends of the bride had banked the 'church 'with ferns and lilled the altai with June wild flowers. Among the relatives w itncssmg the ceiemony were the bride's m.other, the motiisr ol the groom and.his two sisters, Miss Lillian and Miss Wini- fred Johnston, immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Johnston spouses ness. "distinctly and with carnes! The double ring service was used, the bride and groom giving each oth- er twin rings. The bride, who was given in mar- riage by her father, wore a gown of wjiite satin and tulle. Double Profits on War Contracts :ottawa, Opt.. July leaves an unpleasant flavoi remar ed Sii Charles Davidson, commissioner in vestigatmg the wai put chases made by the Dominion government at tht conclusion of evidence given bv T. A. Hussell of the Russel Motor Car Co "f Toronto. His lordship referr- ed to the fact that Mr, Russell hail acted. in the dual capacity as agent for the government ind manager of motor car companv at one time 4s agent of the government he had bought narts from his own compam which had really purchased them from the Massey Harris compam 'Mr Russell 'made a long explana- tion but Sii Charles refeircd to the double profit. DUTCH SHIP :MISSING 1 ondon Tulv Dutch ste er A bergen which left New e ceremony r. an A bergen which e u left for lethbndge and otlin po lus Maroh w and Newpoit News Anril 1 Southern Uberta Free Press "Mr Johnston is the cnn it here of 'John Coinpan Gram Meriliants and has many friends in 1 ethhridge Jlis. Johnston will, take .up their re- sidence in. The following despatch gives an ac- count of the in irrMRe ot the diugh at Bowling ter of Champ Clark Green, Mo last week Three vears to a dav since first meeting at the Baltimor vcntion Misb GeneMeve Cnamp daughter of the Speller ind their con- CUik Mis, C-'lark. was married this afternoon he f UiK home hompsoii. owner the New Orleans I at lionev Srhub tl to lames Mcllhaiiv I h ot evening spent in music and songs 1 Ihe ceremony wis condticlcd it i o'clock before the altar of a gqthic temple of flowers jnd vines in the open air on im tail livvn ol the Clirk cslilo in the picscicc of 15- 000 persons. National notables from entire Missouii dele pation in ind practioallj the entire Illinois iml IOWT dclcga- uerformed llons lhe of Missouri an.1 pyrlormea rrnmmnnt, nffic x Dilnhlf. IwrfnrmM nons me ui tiiaouiiii anil a verV Imd act Tuis I Louisiana and rromment Om...l. and Ma.uu iv of... tor Port of Spam Ins been posted jloyd's as missing UETHBRIDGE DRUGGIST PLEASES CUSTOMERS T D Hlgmbotham Co druggists reports customers gieatlj pleased with the QUICK iction of simple buckthorn baik glscernie etc as :ed" m Adlenlia Tins simple lemedj drams the old foul matter trorn tlAovvls so THOROUGHLY that ONE SPOOM UL relieves al most of constipation soui or gasw stomach It is so poweiful that it is used successfully in ivroen dicitis Adlenki never and Iho INSTANT ACTIOV is surplising Chicago streets will soon boil tins sign to iiiloists Sloft Down School Look out for Chi dren One woman In evcrv five in lhe United Slates Ins the rijjit to vote for president For claiming causes of! i I 01 Uncles rum foi sending him i due and upie'tms his wife W M Goodwin was fund J10 foi i fnvol ous lawsuit Offerings During This Sale questionably The Best This Season OCR .SrLEMMl) STOf.'KS ure lo he reduced liiMicriaily before Saliirday is the ehiel' reason of lhe low prices that prevail Iliroiighoiii This siore. I'riees are so low thai even 'llio'iiii'li there are jnsl I wo days left Fridayand Sat expect fronrUie reduelioiis here, in accoinplish much towards slock .lowfM'iiisf hel'ore 10 o'clock Saliirday. Remnant Day In Dry Goods Section Bananas, per dozen ner dozen 20 cents cind Lemons, per dozen Housewives, Save On Groceries 20c 30c 25c 25c 4ic 25c 25c 25c 65c 40c 45c 25c New Potatoes, seven pounds for....... Cabbage, per pound Grape Fruit Cucumbers, large, each Tomatoes, home grown per pound Kin Ora, per bottle Lime Juice, per bottle Grape Juice Per bottle........... Raspberry Vinegar Per ibottle........... EXTRA SPECIAL H B. Seal of Quality Flour, Friday and Saturday only Gallon Can Apples for Kippered Herring 2 for Fresh Herring for size. 2 1 Ib size Salmon for Salmon for George's Milk 12 tins for Rice, 12 Ibs for Roger's Syrup, 5. Ib. can for Beans, 3 Ibs for Corn and Peas, per tin Tomatoes. 3 tins for Corn Stiiftb. 3 for Lemonade Powder per package Lowney's Chocolate for R. C. per packet Sunlight Soap 11 for Lux, three. tor Yacht Club Salad. Dressing. 20c and for 0. K. Sauce, pel liottle Smith s Tomato Cat- sup 25c 25c 25c 25c 35c 50c 32c 25c 10c 35c 25c 25c 20c 22c 50c 25c 45c 20c 25c 20c SUGAR, S. C. 20 Ib. Sack Oddments in Men's (M eralls This lot includes.the popular, blue and black All hard .wearing lines, also a few Smocks in the lot Reg to cle.tr Men's Socks, ft Hairs for Heavy Grey-Wool Socks, dur- able and comfortable, 201) pairs on sale in Men's Wear Section SIX PAIRS FOR Ml rcmnanlF Iliat have accumulated duvinR this big sale event must be out this week-end. You will find ends of lace, embroidery, trimmings, ribbons, silks, wash goods, dress linen, sheeting pillow cotton, towelling, flannelette, etc., must, be cleared out. To'accomplish this we are marking them at rediculously low prices to insure speedy clearance. Dolly Varden Crepes 800 yards ot .these Lovely Dolly Varden Crepes, full 28 inch" widths in neat floral de- signs, also in plain white. Reg- ular 1 T C for, per yard Towelling, Sc.yfl. Turkish Towelling, Brown, with lied Stripe. 18 incbse wide regular value for Fancy Linen Half Price -ssrAME nnvnU; Centres Trav and Carving Cloths, also Shams, Lunch inrret Dinner Wagon. Sideboard ant! Bureau Scarves Haderia and other fancy linens. All H Price t- Sheet Music News For the week-end we are placing on sale special lines in pop- ular edition sheet music at specially popular prices. Friday Only, ..Velvet Rugs. 75e. Tust 2-> rugs in this tpeqsl of feting Size Colors in elude tan, green, .blue and red patterns Heaij "JRft English Velvet, I Hemstitched Border- ed Window Scrims Ittc. Ecm. Ivory and White, are the shades in this lot ot hem stitched bordered Scrims; good widths, neat borders, plain shades, yard 19c Ladies' Combinations 95c Beautiful Tomlilnations, trimmed vuth Torchon Lace and fera- roiden Fine Mimsook Regular 2o to %l 00 gg I) i alues Sizes 32-38, for Electric Irons, Just two more days left to purchase these Canadian Beauty Electric Irons, at this, sale price. Fully guaranteed, nicely finish- ed, a hot .weather necessity, easih converted in CO OR to an electric stove More Tungsten to sell at 35c. .Tust 40 of. these CO vyatt Tun.g- sten Lamps' left to go on sale; The last to sell at this price, bright and brilliant light, Children's Night Gowns Fine White Cambnc Night Gown, fo, Children These ale mcelj trimmed with Torchon Lace Sixes to 15 years Regular 75 cents The Ever Popular Middy Waists on Sale Tins popular line of Children's Middies on sale this week end Sues 6 to H All white, also olue and red collars Also line of ladies middies, blue and red trimmed 73C Regulai 00, for Men's Patent Ox- fords These smart new Summer models in Men's Oxfords now on sale Leather is selected patent leathei Sizes 6 to TO Regular >ahic CO 1C J500 for I f h' Shirts 65e. This is a good e'yery day shirt for the boys. Serviceable mat- erials, neat designs, at- tached, while thej last Children's Shoes Sizes 1 to 7yz, These >2.00 values in Childr ren's Shoes, come'in-sizes T-to 7V. Choose fiom black, red and blue. Goofl strong .Hial- Regular ?2 00 1C for Miner's Boots, on Sale at Miners Working Boots ser liceable, strong, sightly boot In neat blucher stjle Beat for hard weai Size 6 to 10 Reg ular C1 OC For pel pair I Ladies' Footwear, All Lines, There are .25 pairs only ill button and bluoher styles In Ladies' Boots for sumtaer re quireu.ents .Regular CO 1C values to 00 Children's Half Price Children's Boots Jillt thirty pairs of fclaclt pat- ent etvle, "ifith cloth top Sizes S to 10 ?250 values C1 OC one-ha.f price I ;