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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914 THE LFTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Rummage Sale Will be at It's Best on Saturday THE OPENING- DAYS of the big Rummage Sale were a grand suc- cess. Nearly 1000 cash customers the first day of the sale, while today sees the crowds growing still larger. Owing to the limited space for displaying the hundreds of bargains, have been compelled to withhold many extra tempting offers until you will have a cjmnee'tb share in some of the GREATEST BARGAINS EVER KNOWN IN THIS CITY. Here's a hint of some of the 'good things.' The Half Has not been told. See for Yourself 200 Ladles' Vests Samples and to Women's Lisle .Combinations 10 Dozen" Cotton Baby Vestj, each ..._._._ 5c and 75c Silks and Oresa.Goods for Get a Coupon and Fancy Dresses, Saturday 25 pairs Child's 4 OC and Misses' Shoes.. 3> I -few Dome Fasteners, Hook 4 AM Eye.s, etc, now 3 for I UC Silk Hose, Black and Cftft colors. for OUb Extrasalespeople 95c .Men's ShJKs Tbokes' best Men's 25 to 50c fancy 1 QA and plain Hose for Men's Excelda and plain Kerchiefs 5c 1ac and 20c Chambrays, t _ Ginghams, I IV J2.00 and Muslin Drawers for.......... 51.50 and fancy Muslin Waists 10 only Parasols C4 up to for H> I Given Free to Voile C4 QC and Crepe and Oxfords, QC and Slippers to Muilln Nightaowns, now QC- wOv 10 to 25c Pearl and Fancy Buttons All :Parcels. delivered Convenience .Buys'- Situ Shirts, soft collars 65c Children's Wash Rompers, 75c... 45c OFF All Little Prince Wash Suits (iff 9Sc and Lace and Fischus 10 Waih Skirts, tomorrow Children's and Women's 4 C_ 2B to 40e Hole for I 100 yards White Qfk Mercerized Cotton .......ww Shop in morning Fancy and Plain Silks up to Girls' Dresses, 2 to 5 years, up to 200 pairs of P. C. Cftft Corsets, Saturday only OWv 10 Dozen Large liah Sheets, each .v See the windows Men's Summer Underwear, per suit 20 pairs Men's and Shoes for MI LADI 1 C I 9 Men's Tweed 'Pants, for Conducting a Real "Cut-Price" Sale LIVELY DEMAND FOR OFFERINGS MORE "ESPECIALLY VEGE- TABLES AND DAIRY PRODUCTS Popularity hrecds popularity, and this is evidently the case with the local market which was thronged with buyers this morning. Variety in produce offered is also increasing, with regard to 'Vege- tables. Of these there were a fine lot on view, including some splendid hothouse tomatoes, at the Farmers' Exchange stall, selling for 25 cents a pound. 'Crisp radishes were on sale at four bunches for 10 cents, turnips 2 hunches for 5 cents, peas !U pounds for 25 cents, lettuce arid onions at 2 hunches for 5 cents', new carrots 4 bunches tor 10 now potatoes 6 pounds for 26 .cents, rhubarb 6 pounds for 25 cents, and cabbages from 5 cents to 161 cents a-head. New laid eggs were- at 25 cents a dozen and butter at 25 cents and 30 cents a pound. At the meat stalls young pork was selling from 10 cents to 15 cents. Mutton 14 cents to 18 beef 9 cents to 15 cents. Dressed fowls at 25 cents were soon disposed of. Fish were at the following .prices, smelts 15 cents' a herrings, two for 25 15: cents, sal- mon 2 Us. lot 35. cents, halibut1 15 cents, Finnan Haddock. 15 cents, crabs at 20 cents and 25 cents each, and Belly river suckers 10 each. In addition to the raw produce home-made cakes, tarts and pastries were on sale at stalls. One. of thesD was in connection with Sf. -Mary's Church, North LeJhbridgC, Ai well known young lady of the was utilizing her knowledge of Domestic Science in the making and selling ,at her stall of a variety of dainty look- ing goods for the tea-table. Farm Hill dairy buttsr. neatly got up in packages, bearing of the maker, and which had'obtained first prize at the 1012 Lethbridgc Ex- hibition, was selling at 30 cents. There was on eggs.and butter and very iiiiiu, u any, would be left for farmers to return with. IN CAVE FOR SEVEN MONTHS Benville, Ark., July exist- ing seven months in a cave 'witli al- most nothing to eat, William Bwing, an. aged man, and bis three little girls were rsscuod today. Something Good for _____________ Your Sunday Dinner Choicest Southern Alberta grown Spring Chicken, Pressed, at per pound Lamb, Veal, Young Pork, Wether Mutton We recommend any of these as absolute- ly No. 1 Quality. Phone your prder in the morning. DELANYS LIMITED PHONE 452 f? A PRAYER Lord Jesus thou hast known A mother's love aiitl tender care Arul Thou wilt hear, while for my own Mother most dear, I make this birlh- day prayer. Protect her life, .1 pray, Who .gave the gift of life to me And may she know, from day to day, The deepening glow of joy that comes from Thee. And once upon her breast Fearless and well content I lay, So let her heart, on Tliee at rest, Feel fears depart and fade away. Ah, hold her by the hand, As once her hand held mine, And though she may not understand Life's winding way, lead her in peace 1 divine. I cannot pay my debt For all the love that she has given I3ut Thou, love's Lord, will not for- get Her due her in earth and. heaven. Van Dyke. Miss Winnie- and her moth- er liave returned from a pleasant vis- it in 'the south country. t Mr. Joseph Jackson is in Great Falls attending the lumbermen's icon- Ten tion. Miss Marjorie .Rome, of Victoria, who has been staying atj Banff, is at present the. gvetf., cl Mrs. W. H. Seatle. Mrs. S. J. Shepherd, with her daughter, is visiting her parents at Maple Creek. Miss Shepherd, ot Calgary, is at present the guest of her brother, Mr. S. J. Shepherd. t Mr, and Mrs. J. Or. Robertson are holidaying for a week at Crows Nest. Miss Huston, of Lambert, Sask., is the guest "of Mrs. Holbrooke, 6th Ave. .A. Mrs. James G-lenister has gone on an-extended visit to. Toronto and other Ontario points. 's; Mrs- Wason and' two children re- turn to Cran'brook .tonight after a short stay with Mrs. J. II. Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Turner are motoring to -the Water-ton Lakes for the week-end. -o Mrs. H- Bentley -will, be hostess at the tennis courts tomorrow after- noon, when her .daughter, Miss'Dor- othy Bentley will assist. Miss Fenncr is attending the sum- mer school at Creak as a delegate from Wesley, Sunday school. Mrs. W- A- Ott and children are leaving to spend several weeks in the mountains. Mr. Cochranc, Mr. W. L. McKcnzie, Mr. Olandcr am! Mr. Palmer will be among the motorists to the Wateiv ton Lakes for the week-end. Mr. .James Glenister and children are motoring to' the Waterton Lakes for the" week-end. The children and maid will remain a couple of weeks. Mrs. ,J. A. Young has gone on an extended visit to Victoria. Miss Leah Young is spending the summer at the ranch.' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jones are hoH- aying a.t the Waterton Lakes. I'.'E. and Mrs. J. W. Boulton and famii'i left yesterday for the Watcr- j ion where they will spend two or thr'M weeks. Hon. Colin'IT ami -Mrs. Campbell, of iWinnipcs, after spending a year In Egypt, have Canada. They iwtfl visit the lattcr's 'father, Dr. I Buck, at Palermo, where they will lie joined by their son, who has been attending Upper Canada college. Mrs. Jcwott entertained about twenty of her friends at 'the tea hbu't, yesterday in honor of! her sister-in- law Mrs. Peter Lund, of Wardner, B. C., who has been her guest for a few days. Miss Little rendered delightful in- strumental numbers during the after- Herald. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Ecklord, of London, England, arrived in High R-iver this week, and are now resid- ing at their ranch. Jiome west of River Times. Miss Alison Ott leaves next week Jor'Winnipeg, where sue will com- plete her training as a nurse. 111 At Mission .City. B. the 25th of June, 1914, .the marriage was solemnized at the Presbyterian Manse, of Gowgo Gordon Hilton Mitchell, eldest son of Win. Mitch- ell, of iHlglv River, Alia., and Into of Banff, Scotland, to Mary Myrtle Mor- gan, eldest daughter of H. Mor- gan, of Agassiz, B. C.' Miss Besslo Dixon and Miss Hall of Maclpod leave tomorrow lo spend Uip Specials You Cannot Afford To Greatest Values In The JULY CLEARANCE SALE See what the July Sale has Doiie in the'Cretonne Section HALF PRICE AND LESS for theso pretty Art Cretonnes and Sateens. 31 inches wide, lovely colorings of Blue; 'Cream, Hose, Tan and fagi tied. Values 20c aud 25c. Per Yard... I ANOTHER GOOD pieces, 31" wide, best English makes, handsome design arid colorings, ROEC, 'Blue, Green, and Conventional. All the -.ray lo 40c Per Yard These Specials in Brief WINDOW Cream Insertion WHITE SEMI-PORCELAIN CUPS AND SAUCERS ELECTRIC Canadian Beauty............... FLOOR OIL irieces Per Square Yard FLOOR OIL CLOTHS Per, Square Yard............... INLAID LINOLEUMS Per Square Yard WATER Per Dozen 50c 20c 29c 70c 32c Our Most Important Sale of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Royal Worcester Corsets Fine Contil and Batiste Corsets, medium trimmed with dainty lace; 4 hose supports. Famous Royal Worcester Qfifl Regular Per Pretty Xight Dresses Ladies' Night Dresses, slip over and high, neck stylos, and long sleoves, daintily trimmed with .lace and All }1.25-lines Fine New T.hls charming stylo in Ladies' 50 of them Fine Lawns, Dimities and Percales. Robespierre Collais low QQfft Regular "M line Corset at 19c 19c Men and Boys Can Save Money Tomorrow Negligee Snirts Selling away below the cost to Negligee Shirts, coat styles for men; dressed cuffs, all sizss. W'hlte with .pin stripe and dark shades, also Engineers' Shirts in dark blue with 2 collars to match. Regular and 51.50 "7Qn just .................lac Cashmere yz Hose 6 Pairs for Here are Pure Wool Cash- "mere Half Hose, In. 'black 100 pairs of -ttiem, unshrinkable, summer weight, 25c lift lines, 6'pairs I -UU 50c Neckwear 25c As an exceptional drawing feature for men .we are .placing on sale, all our 50c lines ot NeckweUr, 'beautiful American and English Silk Boys' Wash Suits A wind up of these odd lines in Boys' Wash Suits. A wide, range of pretty colorings that wllJ wear and >vash well. All sizes, in the lot, too. easily worth IWV Saturday Buys in Groceries Phone 313 FRESH FRUITS Per pound PEACHES Per Box APRICOTS Per Basket PLUMS Per Basket NEW APPLES 3 pounds for CHANGES At 20c, 30o, 35c and 40c Per Dozen LEMONS 2 dozen for PINEAPPLE 2 Cans for OLD COUNTRY COFFEE, 1 Ib. tin..___._ H. B. SEAL OF QUALITY FLOUR 98 pound Sack 49 pound Sack, 24 pound Sack......... TOMATOES 8 cans (3-lb. size) PEAS 10 Cans........ KIPPERED HER- RING, 2 tins KIPPERED HERRING TOMATOES 3 Tins Lddles' Corset Covers, cut from fine English Cambric and trimmed with laee and embroidery. Ml sizes Valfles alt the way to 45c. 50 left to sell tomorrow at----'...... Everything- in this Section Price Away Down this Sale Shoes! Shoes! hundreds of pairs to march out Men's Shoes 56.00 and Shoes clearing at J2.49. In tils clear- ing lot are Gunmetal and Patent Boots iu 'Button and lUucaer styJes, also Tan, Patent and Guninetal oxforde. All up-to- the-minute summer styles. All sizes in the AO Per Pair 9C.f9 Boys' Oxfords 99c Here is a leader in Boys' Tan regular :llne. Nobby new style; sizes 1 to 5, Regular QQft Clearing at Ladies' Button Boots Charming styles iii Ladles' Gunmetal and Vici Kid Button Boots, selected from lar ?4.50 for tomorrow's sale. All clzes up 6% 1.65 50c 55c 25o 65c 48c n 73c 23c IN Travelers' Samples Just-12 pairs on this one size (bargain for Uie laxly who wears size 4. Tan Calf, Patent and Vlci Kid But- ton Boots. These are travellers' samples selling at Ie8s than, cost to CO Cl) Regular A Clearance of Dry Goods Here To-morrow "MERRY WIDOW" HAIR elastic 15 for elastic "LA CHIC" SILK HAIR NETS with Or without elastic, OCfD a for.................. 24 only cf these WHITE MAR. SAILLES QUILTS, Resitlar price ?5.50 for L49 BOYS' HERCULES RIBBED HOSE, hlack only, large 4 size, per pair........ .IwC LADIES' LONG MOSQUE- TAIRE FABRIC GLOVES In hlack, white, tan and grey, per pair..........I FRILLINGS, very chic, priced up to Per yard MADEIRA HAND EMBROID- ERED WpRK, 60 pieces, Trty Cloths, Lunch Cloths and Cen- tres. Regular 53.00 QA AA to to 9O.UU PURE LINEN only, Jiemstitched, site 20x40, each HAIR SWITCHES, fM 26" long, all shades 9.1 i3U 14c> To-morrow marks the closing day of this important July sale Don't miss this last opportunity. Bargains in all departments week-end, in Banff, after which they wfil join the Alpine club, which is to j be sonic twenty miles from Field this 3lrs. H. D. Williamson returned to Retlaw today after spending a.couple Ndf.days with Jlrs. Frank Waddington. Miss .fcthieson has returned from Shelly, where she. the. Fourth ot July with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reid- Mathlcson has resumed her duties in the Hudson's Bay atore. Mr..Francis of the Merchants banfc staff at .Brooks IS returning tomor- row, after spending vacation in the city. The lawn social..held last night un- der 'the auspices i of St. Patrick's choir, assiste'd byi the Indies oi the Altar spcisty, was a decided success. Vari-colorod lights, dags and bunt- ing lent a fcstiye appearance to the grounds of the, old church, while daintily decorated small tables were used fpr tire serving ol refreshments, of the! choir making deft assistants. The choir 'rendered in excellent ncr the six choif'ises, which were'an- nounced in jMtarday.'if Issue, and they were heartily applauded by the large number present. A goodly sum was realized, but it is. hoped to do even better at an- other social, .which will be j later. Before her royal Highness left Que- bec for company .with Princess Patricia, she presented Mrs. Lewis, ihe housekeeper at the vice- regal quarters in the Citadel, with a very handsome hrd'och with her inir tials and a coronet rubies and amethysts. Her royal, .highness, also remembered the caretaker, Mr. Mi- chael Lewis; '.and presented him .with a' Lady Mary's cable to the Chicago Tribune from Xondon says: Tho bus- iest people in London this week are Princess Alexander of Tcck, who have been running all over bidding good-bye .to friends, of whom" they have'a tremendous col- lection and in a variety o! grades, foe they, are both very catholic "in their tastes and are quite willing to nice to anyone who appeals to. The princess rushed honie of a friend the other afternoon. "It's, and good-bye in 0110." said tier, royal highness, "for 1 am jurt ofi my she added to the hostess. know I shall love the she replies .to a question put to her about her new mission. Prince Rupert and Princess IVFay are, of course, going out with their parents. They are jolly young- sters and very pretty: arid precocious. Some titne ago the girl was trouble- some, ana said, "You know behave like that, your high-, ness, you won't..go to heaven." "Oh. :Nannie." returned the princess, "yoii see I have been to Buctingnam pal- ace, to see Aunt Mary, and to _the Hippodrome, so I-can't expect to go everywhere." Princess Alexander is taking out a lovely wardrobe with. her. Though 'never' what you might call a .'.leader of fashion, she is always well dressed and has a great preference for good and striking tilings, especially beau- tiful brocades and ostrich feathers. She has quite a way with her, :has the princess, and she is bound to be greatly liked by the Canadians. The prince is handsome de- lightful manners. I remember once on a.Sunday him pick up an old workhouse inmate on a street in Richmond. She was apnar-', cully-out on leave Jot, the, ml possibly overcome by the exciiemenl was bowled over, fell against', the railings of a ehiirch. Not only did he 'pick her up but he "got a Police- man to put her into a the of which he paid to her ;