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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The remarkable low priceMurinK the A. MACDONA'UD 4fc CO. July Cliaranct Sale has created a this whole -southern country. Special buying of large Quantities of soods at almost half the low prices on our own stocks have brought hundreds of eager, thrifty shoppers every day. The prices have made the "other fellow" sit up. firm with "regular hope to compete with the values offered by this store. Read Quy ads. See our windows. Watch where the.crowds follow them. No sale like -the A. MACOCNALD A. CO. July Clearance Sale. Come Saturday, Edited by'UNO.'.Phont 1052 ORANGE SALE SATURDAY Another fortunate purchase enables this store to sell a good size, sweet aud juicy crange at half less than regular. Telephone your order for Sat- urday. Only a dozen........................... 25c THESE WAISTS WERE BOUGHT ESPEC- IALLY FOR THIS SALE Bought weeks ago from one of Canada's best manufacturers and planned to arrive right, in the heart of the sale. Waists that will sell regularly at double ana-more, made it imperative for us to call on our regular stock at the same price. See window display for Saturday selling. Macdonald Co. July Clearance Sale SOCIAL .AND PERSONAL Miss Marjory Gilmore, of Winnipeg, is the guest of Miss Dora Rogers. Miss Glen, of Winnipeg, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. T.' S. Kirk- ham; Westminster Road. Mra. Skeith and Miss Vrooman will serve, the tea-hour dainties at the Tennis club tomorrow. Mrs. R. Hall, "daughter of Senator of Prince Albert, is visiting Inspector and Mrs. West Bar- racke. of Winnipeg, and Miss Winter, of Calgary, will be the a large dancing party given iy .Mrs. L. M. Johnston and Mrs.1 Cunningham this evening in .tne 'Caledonian Hall, to which the younger set have been .bidden. .Mrs.- Mewburn extended hospitality to a few friends last evening! .Bridge was played tables, and at the close of .the evening was found that the honors; had been won by Mrs. J. O. Wilson, -Mrs. Anderson, Mr. Sj and. Dr. aests' 'Mrs. .Ande son, Mr. and j. Goode, M and Mrs; D rs. Clarke, >Mesdames Nai smithj J. Ol, Wilson an Mrs.; Goode's "guest, Blabk Vancouver. Miss 'was' th for Mrs. Riifctvhifi'H T-AT-V charir TAKE NO H A N CE GET HERE MRS; Tells how after giving up hope, she was Cured of Dandruff j After, reading this straightforward Johnston and Jackson, get a -bottle of Parisian Sage for only 50 cents, and if it don't do for you what it did for Mrs. party last evening; to iwhich twenty "young people were Bridge -was .played :at' three tables "jin. the drawing room, -brightened 'with a profusion I 'bow .hued -sweet peas. The non-play- ers enjoyed: the evening on. the spa- verandah. Miss the gift, an ar- tistic set of turquoise matrix desk f appointments and Mr. Barnsley won the. gentlemen's'prize a handsome 'brass 'backed At-the close of (served on the verandah. The out- let hvnor guest, "Miss Rogers.; .visitors. Misses The usual Sale is for one of Making Money. Have you been stung at one of these Are youtired of them! We think you are, as you have good reason to be. OUR SALE is for one purpose, that is to get out of business. That is all. That is why the whole stock is marked at INVOICE PRICES Saturday will be another powerful demon- stration ef the people in our favor. 75 Stoves-Heaters-Ran- ges-Laundry stoves and Coal Oil Stoves At 10 per cent, less than foundry prices. There'll be more every demonstrate Invoice Prices. See what 5c will buy; see what lOc will buy; see what 25c will buy. You'll be surprised, we know you the C W. GRAY is it, it, it, very much it. The Evely Sales Company Blow the whistles and ring the bells every five minutes Saturday. 'this letter, It's worth your -while: "I had given up. hope of ever being cured of dandruff, when I purchased a bottle of Parisian, Sage. It has en- tirely removed! the' dandruff, and has started a growth' of new hair, and all this'.after having been troubled for 15 years. I cheerfully recommend Paris- ian -Parisian. Sage -cures dandruff, be- cause it gets right down into the roots of the hair and kills the thousands of pernicious dandruff germs. Since introduction of Parisian Sage into, Canada, it has been in de- mand by thousands of up-to-date- so- ciety women. Parisian Sage -will turn harsh, lusteriess, ill-looking hair into hair in a few days It is a delightful and invigorating dressing, contains no dye or harmful ngredients and is'not sticky or greasy The girl -with the auburn hair oh everv package. Misses Genest, of are visiting Mrs. Cunningham. OLUiBS SOCIETIES Yesterday afternoon fifty members of the Baptist .Sunday School drove to the river (bottom -where games were played, and all sorts ..of' races enjoyed. Ice cream and lemonade. were the treats 'Provided iby the .teachers dur- ing the afternoon. In. the evening a picnic supper was- spread.; 's Court ENGINE CR'EW'A'ND FLAG- MAN CROSS SWEAR AT INQUEST Winnipeg, July inquest on the killing of Mrs. -John Scoott, in the collision ibetween a street oar and, the Oakpoiat of 'the C. Seattle and rnO TlQ W Trt J Belated news is to hand of, the wed- ding .at Lund'breck in which the con- tracting, parties were.. Mr. 'Robt J. of the Porcupine: Hills, "near Cowley and Miss Annie Haigh, .of Workington, Eng., on' Tuesdayf July 5th. Ilev. Mr. Simpson performed the ceremony after which the customary sdding repast was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Coats. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Mitchell, Mountain Mill, ton July 5th, in the presence of about fifty guests, Miss Ruby Irene, their daughter was united in'matrimony to Mr.. Harold Vrooins, the ceremony -being per- formed :by Rev. J. F. Hunter of Blair- imore. A wedding dinner was par- taken- of >by the guests at the conclu- sion of the ceremony, after which the newly married pair left on a wedding the white flag to the street car, and that the engine should have come up under control, and not getting the flag should have stopped. Some minor witnesses gave evidence and the in- quiry was adjourned. WINNIPEG WHEAT July opened 16 1-2, closed 3-S; October open- ed 109 109 3-4; December opened 107, closed 107 5-S; cash close 1 Nor; 117 34; 2 Nor. 114 3-4; '3 Nor. 107 3-4; 2 white oats 41 Affair Health Never Fails to Restore Gray Hair to Its Natural Color mud Beauty. No matter how loop it been fraj or faded. Promotes luxuriant growth of healthy hair. vr Keeps hair and g-losty. Will not moil akin orlinen. "Will not injure your hair. Cat? Ve timed without detection, Is not a dye. Send3e for boots "The Cart and SkJm. AIJ. It at Western cities. At the Presbyterian Manse, Taber, on July 12th at 6 p.m. iby Hev. J. R. Munro. Mr. Alex. Harbinson of Taber was married to -Miss eSarah Wilson, of Pittsburg, Pa. mar- riage was private, only Mr. R. J. M. Todd and Mr, S. Ervine being pres- ent. After the ceremony the wed- ding party .retired to the .Union ho- tel for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Harbin- son have a host of friends in Taber whose good wishes accompany them in 'their future life. They will make their home on tbe farm fourteen miles southeast of Taber. Intelligence has Just reached Pinch- er Creek of the marriage on June i'9th at Glamis, near Kincardine, Ont, of Miss Mary McKinnon, a former Pincher Creek young lady, to Mr. A. L. Bell of North Battleford, Sask. 'What -will prove of additional in- terest to Finetier Creek citizens is the further information that the cere- j mony was performed by Rev. Don- ald Maclntyre, assistant pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, -New York city, who was accompanied his wife (nee Miss Edith who was the pioneer nurse of the Memorial Hospital here. Rev. D. Mclntyre organized the Baptist Jhurch here in 1907 and was for three years its pastor. p err s tor .Provisions We respectfully CALL YOUR ATTENTION to th fVTTATTTY X T7DTTTT 1 I or rKUl 1 we are Handling We also liave a few cases BLACK GURRAilS RED CURRANTS To Insure Getting Your Fruits r ORDM EARLY ancl Groceries are the Finest r> is i 1 1 liat Lan Be Produced Our Juices are low, ard You Can Rely on Getting -V Best i i Washington per crate Peaches 2 Its. f Tomatoes.per lb. 15c Ibs. Grape Fruit 3 for 25c Phone 1062 Hill's, "The Busy Store Redpath St. r A MANY more days now until tLe end of tne end of Summer Sale prices. Make-tlie most of every day remaining. Stop at Hill s and enjoy tlie: advantage of sale prices and a cool, comfortable, convenient place in wnicn to stop. A-Summer Sale of Women's Wash Suits SMART TAILORED several new; styles, made from sky, pink or white Ramie cloth regular and 118.00. All one price LADIES' AND MISSES' LINEN nat- ural linen color, also and mauve -values up to in this lot Saturday only.............___ Women's and Children's Summer Underwear CHILDREN'S GAUZE VESTS sleeves, clearing at loc. Children's Knitted Drawers, all sizes, black or Sale Price...... 1.LADIES' KNITTED Fancy, lace trimmed, no sleeves and short sleeves, large and medium sizes, regu- 4 O 4 "Sale.prices.. LI fc I LADIES' LISLE Best quality; deep CTOchet lace trimmed, short and no sleeves, extra special 35c Balances of Several Lines Samples of .Fine Princess Dresses 25 only beautiful Mull Prin- cess Dresses, tastefully trim- med with dainty lace inser- they come in sky, pink, mauve, white; regular ?6.50 to' values About 20 odd one-piece dresses, some samples worth lace and sheer mull panels; lace sleeves, many colors, many styles, clearing on'Saturday SIMMER SALE PRICES ON FURNISHINGS Fancy Outing Shirts Children's Straw Hats___45c Boys' Fancy Shirts ......75c Boys' Shoes, from Boys' Wash Boys' Linen Hats........5QC Men's Linen Hats .......75c Men's Odd Men's Wearing Shirts Men's Fancy Worsted Worsted Balbriggan Underwear .50c Light Wool Underwear Men's Derby Extra Special Announcement From The Furniture Dept. We're ready to show you the richest display of high class furniture ever brought to tbis city. Words fail to describe -the massive leather upholstered cbairs for the lib- rary or den or the rich ma- hogany parlor suits with their serviceable leather coverings various and beautiful are the, many odd Mission chairs, di- vans, sofas, writing desks, etc. Drop in and see these we're always pleased to show you through. Three Floors of Furniture Take Elevator iVEW ARRIVALS ALL AT SALE PRICES Embroidered Jabots......25c Dutch Collars ;...-........25c Real Hair Turbans.......75c Turban Hair Pins.......15c Turban Hair Pins........25c Smart Set Harr Rolls___35c Gauze Lisle Hose........35c Silk Lisle Hose..........50c White Lisle GIovzs......35c Silk String Ties.........25c Children's Shoes from___50c Girl's Oxford Shoes Ladies' Patent Pumps Children's Parasols -......75c Ladies' Linon Ladies' Lingerie and Tailored Waists reduced. E. J. HILL CO. Alberta's Greatest Store ;