Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
WKDNKSDAY. .II'I.Y 12, TIIK HF.IIALD PAGE NINE nni three ureai Bargain Days II u I j I AMAZING BEDUCTIONK FOB THE FINAL AM) SWEEPING OF ALL SUMMER GOODS, PIUCED AT A TJIIKD TO A HALF I'NDEK YA FOR TITI5 NEXT TIIKEE Our Highest Priced Wash Dresses, This one bai'S'suii lot inch.'.les all our ijilo.OO lines. Finest plain voiles in Die new I-amiicr drapes and overskirt effects, while, pink, etc., hnniisomesl floral ef- tocts.ln some of the most wanted Buods of the scasun and tin- very .....inlur stripe effects in best flash voile.s. all included at tills very low price. A .splendid selection in (his lot of the various new styles most wanted this season, as all small and regular women's and large women's sizes uji to 42 and 44. A wonderful bargain.......................... Final Clearance of Suits, Won- derfully Cheap All our .ta.i.OO. and Suits included.- Some serges in navy rind black, and pure wool tweeds in lisht and medium come in full box or belled tweeds mostly' In plain tailored and scnii-Xori'olk -styles., r- This is a collection of odd sizes and styles, including an even score of gar- ments and we. expect to sell (hem all during the next three days at the very low price of.......................................... Middy and Wash Suits WORTH UP TO Striped skirts with plain body, middy trimmed with stripe: striped middy with plain white skirt and wash jiUlts in D white and tails, values np to Less than half price OTHER GOODS IN THE STtiRE Middy Wash Dresses WORTH UP TO Plain Indian I lead bead drosses, pink or white; chambray dresses sky. pink and mauve, middy dresses in white, with colored trimmings, and a number of other lines 1C included in this lot, remarkably cheap AT SIMILAR PRICES. Just Fine Silk Suits WORTH UP TO Take your pick of the lot. Tim blacks, two navys and a green in taffeta and poplin silks, sues M4 to 411. j fn A great bargain at this three day bargain price t Miss Wilson leaves today to spend two at coast points. Rev. Mr. Haley of Coaldale, is spending his vacation at Banff Springs Hotel. Miss Hazel VarnoJd, of Toronto, is visiting her .sister, Mrs. Arnold Jen- nings, of 7th avenue A. Mrs. Peat and daughter, Isabel, who have been visiting Mrs. Dobbie. Cal- gary, have returned home. Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Robertson and son Alex, motored into the city to- day from their ranch at' Raley. .Mrs. J. C. Carson, and little son The Central W. C. T. U. will hold their regular infteting; tomorrow at o.30 in Wesley church parlors, when Mrs. Stevens, the Ontario provincial president, .will address the ladies. A special invitation is extended to all interested and every member is ask- ed to attend. Refreshments will be served. The Willard W.C.T.U. will meet on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. A. E. Humphries, 120 llth street. The Wiljanl union have an invitation from the, Central union, to attend their Hull Thursday afternoon at 8 o'clock, when Mrs. Stevens of the Dominion organiza- tion will be present. A quiet wedding was solemnized on Friday by the Rev. A. H. Denoon, at the borne of Mr. and -Mrs. R. Hill Fairley, 508 13th St. S., when their eldest daughter, Jeanette Rosemond. was united in marriage to Mr. Ralph John Featherstoiie Duthie, of West liartle-pool, England., The marriage took place at noon today in Wesley parsonage. Rev. G, H. Cobbledick officiating, of Miss Mar- garet Clark to Mr, Gilbert. Gmiderson, The Fact that 'Herald' Vance, of Calgary are the guests of! both of stanton, Alta. The bride Mr. and Mrs. ID. M. Carson, 1203 lith I Was attended by Miss Mary Olms-j avenue south. cliank and the groom by Mr. Albert Clark, brother of the bride. The Mrs. Thomas Niven has returned gr0om who comes from Iowa, is a her homo in Lethbridge after prosperous farmer in the Stanton dist- Packet WILSON'S" FLY PADS Want Ads, are giving more than ordinary sat- isfaction may be gained from the following tm- WORTH OF ANY STICKY I 1Y CATCHER. Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug- Grocers and General Canada. I would remind you that the oilier employees which you complain about are not being overlooked. In fuel the wage question has been occupying our minds a great deal. It is not tho question of advance, but the ques- tion of getting the money to-nay II. To have to defend myaelf to one who knows mo so well as you do, In the liutillc press, is, to say the least, I rather humiliating. When it is ton- Isldered that tho mayor very I clearly where in two years ho. has saved" the city more '.than in interest and discounts alone, it is a rather small thing to call on him and his colleagues In question for advanc- ing one employee S12.SO per month. Do-you -not .think so. .Mr. Moore? Why an old friend like yon should jump "into the press solicited testimonial: Kdmonton, Alborta, .Inly The Lelhbrldge Herald, Letlibrldgc, Alberta, Gentlemen: I am from Grand Forks N D., I had. an ad. paper early last spring ami t> sate got good returns from it. Yonrs truly, P. McTarls.., care of 7- W. -Carrie, Adams lilock, Kdmontuu, Alta. Neus-Telegram. Mrs. George Field and little daugh- ter Irene left yesterday for Hamil- ton, where they will spend the Summer months. Prince Eric of Denmark, who visit- ed 'Lethbruige some ago. left Calgary last night with Mr. Cameron, general superintendent of tho C. I'. R., to. visit the stampede at Moose Jaw. i An interesting meeting of the SI. S. of Knox church was held last evening iti the school room. Mrs. H. C. McClure gave the scripture lesson. A paper on "Work among Ihe Chin- ese in H. C." was road by Mrs. Den- 9on. Mrs. McClenaghan gave a des- crlptivfe talk on "India." The.regular meeting: of the Wom- en's' Civic .Club yesterday was rath- er unique... The club with a good at- tendance met at Henderson Park and spenrthe afternoon weeding !ho flow- er beds set out on Arbor Hay. The ladiei-'hrought refreshments and had tea at park.V No Important iiusl- ncsa'Aftas' transacted. visiting relatives I rjct the happy young couple ili reside, while the bride came to Canada, from England. NORRIS OUTLINES ELEVATOR POLICY Winnipeg, July Korrls announced today his policy in regard to the government grain elevators of the province. It is a policy of re- habillatilig the system and putting it on a solid and paying basis. The salient points are: Sale of extra elevators at points whore the government owns more than one. Moving of five elevators to other points. Replacing of worn-out and inade- quately small elevators by new ones of a size adequate to the needs of the market they are designed to serve. Painting this year-Lot 70 of the 164 elevators owned by the government, the balance to be painted and repaired next year. Renewing of the lease of elevators to the Grain Growers'. Grain company lor one inorc year. CAPTURE HUN .SHIPS London, July torpedo boats have captured -jtho Gorman steamers Llssabou Worms, ac- Annual Clearance Sale vill find Remnants and at prices that will speedily clear them. cordlng.to a report received in Stock-1 and transmitted by Renter s corre holm frofn Skcllefteo Ja imnll seaport pondent at btockhoim The In Sweden on the gulf Bothnlaf] we're taken to FlnTand.