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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHbRIDGllDAlLY HERALD Continuing The Sale Or AND OTHER THINGS FOR THE REST OF THIS WEEK So many people were impvepnred to buy Dinner Seis Inst Snlurday, but really wanted dccjdedto con- tinue-this "REAL SALE" till next Saturday evening. Lost Saturday .was a. red lettei- day for us and our customers. Gel busy and get in on the "moat real values" in this city. __ -'..1 Special No. 1 Six patterns 97 piece selB, reg. aale price a set Special No. 2 Five patterns 97 piece seta regular gale price a set DOZENB OF ODD 8BT3 MARKED YOU 8AVE DOLLARS AND DOLLARS ON BACH ONE. Buy Your Cut Glass Now IT'S CUT TO COST biaobUNTS BLUE BANO. 89% FANCY CHINA 2B% OLD W1LUOW ALL OPEN STOCKS Our 5c, 10c, 15c, and 25c Dept. IB BECOMING WELL AND FAVORASLY KNOWN. WATCH IT QltOW. A COUPLETS 8TOOK ARRIVING. WE HAVE THOSE AND 1 LITTLE KITCHEN HBLP8 THAT YOU NEED. .SEE US FOR VALUES. Hardware, Woodemvare, Novelties THIS DEPARTMENT IN 'OUR STORE 18 ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE THE BEST ASSORTED IN THE CITY EVEBYHING FOR THE KITCHEN. B RUSHES .ROOMS 'ASKETS I UBS OILET PAPER FLY SWATS Friday and Saturday- Something Doing If You Want Bargaiifc 5, 10, IB, 25c Dept. 510 Third Ave. Kitchen Hardware Crockery knd Glass EDITED BY 1111 iow BtaoeluUy the hlosnoms.nod li Kow dreamily the blossoms 'call I low coy their glances at the sod As solt a petal fall .nd when enchanted Twilight flings 'Her violet mantle over the Day, Sublimely sweet ftadi.blosBum sings As down' ihejr perfumed path we stray." V i, blossoms fair fling o'er my heari Sweet recollections of tlio years 'our tragrance of the start The tendsr 'twilight tide of tears. Alleon Warn. ur, and Mrs. Sam HcUvfg- are en- taiaing Jfr. Irs. W. C. Ivos ftnrt children and ss Toule left this morning for Ydn- UTer on an extended visit- tr. and Mr, Da- 1 Williamson, owrompanied Mas-, Joe Macleed, are Calgaty visit- s today. 4t v Air. and Mrs. Andrew Groirioy and n, Lorno, who were gueatn with Mr. d Mrs, Cha-rlos Griffiths, have re- home to .Calgary. 4 Tho Woman's Civic Club will rueet tho Y. M. C.- A., at tour o'clock to- orrow, when all tba membari are ged to attend. f. Herring, ol Manchester, 10 was a Riiest with Mr. and Mrs. Hiam Bailey, has to Winni- g, wliero he wiU visit en route me. Hiss of Mortcta'tit' Neiv runswick, is a guest with Mrs. A. 'Silver for Service I When purchumg iHier1 you ara turt'of depend-" ftb'illiy and beauty if h brand, knawo tuurei long sc b Itli ihaficavicjttU Look for the Sold McGutre, Fourth Are., en route to a trip through Yellowstone Park. Miss Kdra Smith left this iuoroinE for Calgary, she will visit Mr. and -Mrs. Dick, ntler which she will remainder ot the summer with iricnda at Hanfl. Mrs. Burritt, -Argylo cnler- tained afternoon-in honor ol daughter, Vinme's, birlhflny. Outdoor gamea amused ths little ones, after whlofc an inviting supper was served. w Mia. Ghatles -Jones, of Butto, M6n- tnna, ivas Ihs ralaon 0' etre ol an onjoyable thimble tea Riven day by Mrs. B. Twelve Riiesta spent a happy hour sewing, alter whiuh delectable daltitlcs were serv- ed hy tho hostess, who wore a smart blncJf and white costumo, while Ihe honor guest VQ.S gowaed in steel grey ailk draped over paisley silk. r: f Mrs. "E. J. H. Pnunch and' Sirs. Fred two June brides, were honor guests ot a tea hour afla.r yesterday, tho hostess being Mrs. The tea table wna rery fectlve with, quantities ot blossoms and greenery, Mrs. Arthur -Carr QE- ting the hostess in aerviiig the dainty viands. Tho guests numbered. Mrs. -H. J. H. Faunch, Mrs. Dalzcil, Mrs, 'E. Faunch, Mrfi. A." Cnrr, Mrs. and Miss Hlerard, Jlrs. D. McKnuchiin and Morgan. Little" CtwcndoTyn daintily frockefi in pnle pink, admiilcti tho guests. The LethbridKp Lawn Tennis1 club courts presented a busy scene yester- day, afte'rpoon, when Iho matches 'be- tween the 'Medicine playeta and the local racquet wieldcts wero being fought A'tcrnoon tea was served in a martjuee, erected for the purpose on tha tennis grounds. Mrs. H. D. Wil- liamson, was liostesiV'hcr aseistants being Miss Adclina Henderson and SIIss Bnrassm. The visitors present from Medicine Hat were Sirs. MeLaughlia, Miss Mc- Laugliltn, Parkyr, -Miss and Messrs. S. N.'Mc- Langhlln, O'CJrnrty, Everard, Drown and Herhnrt, .while the loca) inern'- bets, noticed-were Mra. J. G. Robr crtaont the Missca Jackson, Bawden, McvVabb, Kinncy, Henderson, DUon, TrJpp, and Coc Robertsoa, De Veber Me-' Clinton,, Ma- son and Uaworth, t 'Yesterday-afternoon at Mia. A. G. Horspool's home, 1263 Otb S., ier junior piano pupila'gave a very leasing recital For their mothers. Those tay.iog.part-were Rena Van Cuckoo, duet, a.ry Ward .Grinder., r James .Willis. Myrtlo Dfafaclli. Phyjlis Goblin, Church Bells, Goblin. Haxel Marshall Evening Sohgh Gay nor. Norman Gay- rior Dancing Lesson, Edythe 1J. Hall. tis Marjorf Frceburger played a selection by Kullah, Tor the children, A social halE hour followed, during which light refreshments were serred, the children assisting. ELLIOT-JONES A quiet wedding was solemnized at Westminster paisonags last evening, when Hev. J. n. Francis united in mntringe Miss Jessie May Jonesj-ol Grehfcll. Sask., to Mr. Frank A. El- liot, of this city. Both bride and groom wero unattended. Mr. and Mrs. Elliot wlH reside at I First Ave-, S. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES in-Lothbrldge welcomed minister in .bchalt ol -the cougtega lion. Mr. Francis mode1 a happy reopens and pledged Ills best fl'prk in co-oper atloh with -iho congregation lor ,tb building of the church. ihs choir, under tbo..direction o rendercd-two antbeni giving .variety to tho pro cecdfogs.. Tlie Ladies' Aid Kociet served an abunnance ol- refreshment and everyone a thorough! good time, OFFICERS ELtCTED Chtistian Church Placed Strong Men in Charge Provincial Organization The Flower Guild will he very grateful for donations ol garden flow- ers for tlieir weekly visit to tho Gait hospital tomorrow aiternoon'. H H3n is telephoned, tlie flowers will be called for, if necessary. WcstpVirister Methodists their now- Jier. J. H. Francis, -his wile ana .fatho'r and niqthcr, welcome to the city last'night: De- spile tlio sultry night (hero n pleantagly largo tiirn-put, especially o? young'people, and the evenlng.wBs lileaGantly spent. For iho more form- al nart of llio proceedings' J.'MV. Quayle occupied the cliair' and reports were given showing what was accorji- plislicd_ last conference, year.' K. H'cston gave th'e'church ic'j.'sjtjport; Mr. Shaw, the Sun- Jilts. Alexahdcr; Missionary society Mrs: Westcot't, Larflts'' Aid cocloty and Miss.'Biit- Icr, Ihe Young Ladles' -Mr.: Tlf- iln and Mr. Mc-I.uto spoke fpr AVh'ita'a appointment, and Mr. Sam-'Joiies, one of the "daddies11 ot Methqdtam FOR WOMEN'S AILMENTS Or. Market's Female Pllli HAVO been the Standard for 20 yeara for 40 prescribed and.. recommended by Physicians, Accept no other. At all drug'-. gliti. alght marked tha' closing of the Chilat'lan church convention! aixd It declared to bo the moat sue- cosBfuVyet .held. A'now sjBlcm of election of tho board inombers instituted last night. Tha board con- sists of nine.members, three to retiro each year, always leaving at least three din, Jaeijbers to libld office. Those ijlectod' lest night were: p. B. Stocltford, Okotoks, chairman; J. Dl Pareher, fire- klne; Ponoka; H. vy. Caratalrs; Q. C. Bergman, Sd- monVo'n.'H. H. Cox, Edmonton, H. N. Stephens, Vermilion, and c.'s. Farrow, I.ethbrldee. The officers elected wore: 0. B. Blbckford; vlee-irtal- dent P, Bakqr, socreUxry II. H. Cox, treasurer, H. W. Wood. .A presentation was nrnda to 0. S. Farrow last night for tho ladles' Aid of tho local church for the pur- of an individual communion Ror- vioe. Tho young people's society had a very ptrongr meellngr, being a feature of the convention; A part of the meeting waa taken up with tha consideration of some of the prob lema confronting the workers. The St. Andrew's society attended In body, and Mr. Johnston spoke briefly on'the society's .pledge: Miss Fitch flnoho oil "Christian Its and Mr. Davla read a pupor on "Christian Purpose-.1 Mr. Mi B. Ryan apoko on Tfia Future of the Afler tho oingiDs of "Bloat he the Tie that tho gathering was (Friday) The Second Day of Our Annual Midsummer Clearance Sale JUDGING from the immense number of pleased custo- mers who thronged our store yesterday, from the mo- ment; put doors opened at 9 o'clock until the closing hours, this..sdle bids fair to go down into history as the most suc- cessful merchandising event ever held in this city. Tomorrow (Friday) we enter on the second day, and in spite of yes- terday's selling, we can, in view of the huge stocks to be disposed oiv promise you as good selections as in the opening hours of Sale. We mention here but a few of the items specially priced for this event, arid would ask you to read carefully through the Special Catalogue that has. Been distributed throughout the city, or better still, come to the store Friday-morning and obtain your share of the real bargains offered at .the greatest sale of Summer and Staple Merchandise of depend- able quality ajVd correct styles, ever offered for your acceptance, Summer Requisites For; the Little Ones What toother fa there' who has once used tiieae. Waists but a Way a; ready .to them as tho "'jcbetit tiurabla. vntets to obtain at are the regular sUndard bind, 'made ot uure white Egyptian cotton In, ribbed joraey weave with and tuLt6h8 to fasten Ibe under- clothes on.' All sizes from ages 6 to 12. During this'sale, all at 1 veach ROMPERS A limited qu'ant'lly only in durable and fast 'color1 Indlna head, In oblpra oC t'ari, brown, and cadot blue, trlumeti Tvjth pipings and hand of con- .trastlns color; well 'made'garments and good-ntting shapes. For from 2 to-4. To clear Another line mado from Jroportefl ginghams jn neat blue-and-whllc and plnk-and-Tfnita olieolia; natural color Holland and Indian elzea for.lJUlo one of from 5 to 6 years 11.00. During tliie Balo only........VWW One' other line made from an extra rine aiid' guaranteefl fast quality im- pbrted zophyr glngnam, in heat navj-- and siy-and-vblte trimmed around pocket, Bleevcs and neclc with pretly band of plain color. Ages SS to 6. Hegular {1.25, On salo at www A Few of the Items Now on Sale in Staple Dry Goods Department 32c TABLE LINEN Irish Satin Damask, full bleachcil, Inches wide Tier yard Pure Irish Linen, Satin Damask, Gross .Blc'anhed, 72 Inches wide J1.35 value for OfcU ENGLISH FLANELETTE Pure -Wlilto Dngllsh Flanolottc, good medium weight, specially soft and fkft downy finish, 29 Inches wWe, yard ENGLISH 70 Inches witlo, full Bleached EngJlsh Sheeting In plain weave, made from Ion; atanle, cotton yarn, a substantial wearing- qualify, free from dressfrig per yard ENGLISH PILLOW COTTON Circular- PlUotf Cottons Ja weave quality to match tho above shee'Jus and 44 inches reduced for this aftle to> yard STRIPED AWNING CLOTH Imported Awning Duck !n plain fancy red and Trarronted color nnd sjjloTiclId wcftring quality, excellent 3Gc yaliiq for HEMMED PILLOW CASKS Bleached Cotton Pillow hemmod ready for use; your choice of 42 or li Inch widths, all 33 Inches long (tlnlih- cd' During tbie sale, per pair HEMMED 8HEET8. Made from long staple yarn, full DUaoh- ed English alle pair Same qunliiy, size yarn, full r 1 "7 A and and fast TOWELS Grej- Striped Turkish Towels. pair Fringed Unen Huck Towals pair 1 1C HematttcUed Linen Huob Towala 44_ pair OCC And other lines specially prlcod 36e43c79c Per 'pair; worth doable. TOWELLINGS Grey Striped Turkiah ToirelllnEa, linen roller towellings in and fancy border, and all linen, checked. Glass Towel- ling, 21 Inches wide, reduced to per ing, 21 Inches wide, reduced to Q 1 er jard OsC and Wool Sweater Coats, iiiitable for Vacation wear, on sale at 1.35 and These Three Extra Specials in Groceries for First Three Days of Sale Only (Thursday, Friday and Saturday) Demonstrating this Store's Ability to Serve You Beat Britiih Columbia Granulated Sugar, per 100 Ib. sack Brand Canned Fruits and Vegetables, Packed in Sanitary Cant ciso, containing 4 tins Strawberries, 4 ting nanpborriOB, 4 tins Peara, 4 tins Lombard 'Pluir.r, 4 tins dages, i tins Blun- berries. Case for VEGETABLES: Assorted caao containing ilx tins Toma- toes, sir tins Beana; alx tins Peas, six. tlna C3om, fcO Casa for................... flC.33 The Hudson's Bay Stores ;