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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Shop lu the Cool Hours of -the morning. CLARKE CO. The Ladies'Store Phone 453 Acadia Block WE SELL FOR CASH Morning shopping is most comfortable and satisfactory. Big Assortments Highest dualities An Array of Values Unsurpass Another Friday-Saturday Event of Utmost Importance to Every Economical Woman in This City The fame and saving 'importance of these sales is spreading Each week-end event adds to the success of the next one. Last week this store was crowded with scores of eager and enthusiastic huyers who found genuine satisfaction in the real savings provided: and so this week, bargains of the greatest importance as -an- nounced, we predict: l The greatest volume of week- it's economy tiine in its truest sense. Every article ottered is fully up to the high standard of quality demanded of goods that gain admission to our shelves, and at any timeXE sicallv worth full giit we do not asfe .j 2f uitrin- prpvide economies never before equalled here or All Ready for Two Big Days Too many adequately describe or completely mention here. These prices teU a wonderful story of savings too good to miss. Remarkably Cheap Huck 25c Size 22x42.-worth. 45c. Heavy -Sheeting at a little TWO BIG UNDERWEAK SPECIALS Two yards wide, worth 45.c. Lovely qualities, worth up to 45c. No'2-......35c The best we have had to show, worth up to 60c. TWO BIG HOSIERY SPECIALS Extra special val-] ties, all colors worth I 35c and 45c. I pair .00 All colors, plain j or lace, usually sold at 45c. 50c and 60c. PURE LINEN TABLE DAMASK 65c 2 yards wide, regular 95c value. LINEN CRASH TOWELING---- 20 inches wide, regular ISc value. SAVINGS IN NEWEST WAISTS Special No., 1 SCORES OF REMNANTS AT GIVE-AWAY Lengths of dress goods, prints, ging- hams, -cottons, suitings, muslins, toweiings, table linens, etc.. .that you can make use of in many easy ways, and marked Vith the idea of hurrying them out in time. MADRAS AND SWISS CURTAIN MUSLINS 25c "SVJute and colors, worth up to 45c. ALL COLORS IN CRASH 30c 95 C i Linens, lawns and Test- ings worth up to Special ]STo. 2 Tailored linens and vest ings worth up to Yard wide, worth. 45c. AJLL THE NEW SUITS ON THE MOVE Special.No. 1 Mostly in dark colors, worth up to CHILDREN'S 25c Plsun and lace, worth up to 45c. HOSE 25c Bek ..adjustment, regular 45c value. Special No. 2 Light and medium colors, worth up to TAILORED WASH DRESSES AT CLOSE TO HALF Regular and Values. Made of excellent quality Indian Head in very becom- ing styles, perfect fiitting, shown in all the wanted colors. COTTON 25c THE LAST OF THE SUN SHADES AT 1-3 OFF. White embroidered, plain and Dresden silks in a splendid variety of newest effects, all at a saving of a full third value for this Friday and Saturday sale. CLEARING OUT ALL SUMMER GLOVES Special No. 1 Lisles in all worth up to 40c. Special No. 2 45C Lisles and silks in all colors, worth up to 65c. Fine silky finish, regular 35c value. BARETTES AND 25c All colors, worth up to 45c. CLEARING UP THE CORSET STOCK Special No. 1 fewest styles, regu- lar value. Special No. 2 25c Children's Nazareth little beauty waists, worth 35c and 45c. Edlttd by Phone 1052 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL entertain tomorrow evening Miss Downer's guest, Miss Jardine departed yesterday afternoon for her home in Winnipeg. and Mrs.. A. L. Foster, accom- by Miss Marie Hyden left this morning via auto .for a two' weeks' iting at Waterton Lakes. J. E. -Lovering is spending wo or three weeks at the ranch of er .parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Cronk- hite, near. Seven Persons. Mrs. Ella Wheeler Wilcox charac. terized in a neat epigram a notorious difference in'the world's treatment of the sexes.. "To ahe observ- ed, "that everybody is talking about a young man is a eulogy; ,but to say that everybody, is talking about a young is an elegy." (both of -Lethbridge. Mr and Maxwell -will reside in Leth Tuesday, July 19th, at -the study of Rev. A. J. Grosser, pastor of tho Baptist elwrch, the -marriage of Chris. Clausen and Mrs. Kate of this city, was solemnized. Mr.' and Mrs. Clausen will reside at Coal- lale. The wedding'took place in Wes- ley church last evening of William Gilbert Mercer, machinist, and Lil- ian Maude -Tickner. The happy cou- ple were supported .by nhos. Mills and Elizabeth M. Ford, both of Leth- toridge. Rev. T. P. Perry performed the ceremony. Mr. .Mercer and his bride will in Leth'bridge. S. S. and T. B. Dunham, -with' their families., also Mrs. S. S. Dunham's sister, Miss N. Walker, and Mrs. A. Loomis, of Chicago, constituting a party of left yesterday for a two weeks' outing at the favorite summer resort, Lakes S S Dunham is well known as a skillful" angler of the mountain, beauties. The marriage of Miss Shorthouse of this city 'and; Geo. F. Darlington, of Kay Moore, West" Vir- ginia, was quietly celebrated at the me of ibride's pareritB on James street 'last evening at eight o'clock by the Rev. A. A. Lytle. The bridesmaid was Miss May Davies and the groom -was assisted William Kinniburgh. A number of friends and relatives were present and after- wards enjoyed the delicious wedding supper which -was' served. Mr. and Mrs. Darlington left iby the early flyer for, their future home in Kay Moore, West Virginia. OEARING W A ttf To EsJablisfcd he .regular anomaly' meeting full Board of-Trade was .held in the Alexandra -Cafe about, twenty-ate members toeing -pres- at. R. j. Hutchings, of the Great' Vest Saddlery of Calgarv and president of theA, Wd., of this city 'was present .being introduced iby President ,C: G K Bourse. -Mr; and .'Mrs. T. S. McKenzie, ac- companied iby their daughter Jean, were yesterday driven by auto to Waterton Lakes. E. J. .McKenzie, their chaffeur,