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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta LFTTTBKinGF DAIfvY TTFRALH Friday, July 21, "T SPECIAL Economy Items For Friday and Saturday Shoppers We predict busy shopping hours on Friday and Satur- (My'.with: values such as these to interest keen nnd economical buyers Boot and Shoe Section Ladies' Slippers 0 Pins Indies Suede ind Poplin Tie nnd Strip Slip .turned spies French and Cuban heel- Shades to match ill gou us Regulai prices 71 to 2 Spec-iJiJJj Ladies' Ankle Pumps Pairs Only Grey Calf Ankle Tumps of tho famous Edwin C Run make itrv tmirt for diess Various widths nnd full range of ladies' sizes. Reg. SS.f.O. Specially Men's Shoes and Oxfords Men's Box Calf and Tan Ijhicher cut Shoes and 0.x- foids in i comprehensive rante of phut line! fancj C, D E widths and full range of men's sizes. EDITED iV "INO" i' Offlct Phone 1224. Residence Phone 774. Hlessed is the man, 'who has the and dining-rooms were enhanced of mating fnuids as it is oni o( inclusion of sine I pus ind ros Clod's best giils.-Thomas Hughes, j es. The gamt. wsli Bl ilnblfs Mis Until in m winning tut, J Ikilsfoid of Iithbndgt, is n fivoi while, Mr Hat iisitoi-Medium. Hit Uuli uicd off the tiophi Dry Goods Section Remnant Sale 4fter a busi soiling during oui recent s UP we have accumulated a number of short ends in Ores fioods Silks Haunels Del lines Prints etc These iro all marked numbei of ueK in pieces together whh legulu ind icUuced puce for the Turns it a 0Ianct the evict i mount of sating on each piece Grocery Section Friday and Saturday Bargain To iiusmc i busv tvio dijs sellinc in the Groccn De- wo are offering for CASH ONLY; and billy one pa ci I to aiv customer One 3 Ib tin of loseph Tea ind a "0 pound hie of Butish Columbia. qu ilttv granulated sufeat Regulir pride of these tivo aiticlcs mav have them on I'l-idsiy only Other special lines in Groceries FRENCH Renular 30c for 25c. Regular 25c .for 20c; FRENCH Regular 25c lor 20c. 'Regular 20c for lie FREfJCH 75c bottle for SSc FRENCH Reg. 35c for 30c. Refl. 30c for SSc. COODWILLIE'S In bottles All varieties 35c iMmc. Xorman, of Lcthbridge. is r must in tilt, till thib iittA iljj in lerald. Mr. and .Mrs. W. McConnell. 'of N'anton, are the guests of Mrs. Tims Viven, Fiith St.. for n few (lays Miss l.ohcrta, of Hie Land Office I stall, has gone to Maple Creek .to visit her sister, Sirs. Dcnham Mc- 1 e ut Mr. am! Mrs. J. Norman Ritchie leave on Sunday moriiing on a trip io (lie coast cities. The'v will be away about a month. Sir. J. .1. Doyle, o! Calgary, was in die city yesterday attending tlie wedding of Mrs. Felix O'Xcill. very dainty lunch was served at card tables. The guest list, numbered Mr. and Mrs; Ambrose, Mr. r.nd Mr C Lorn beau Mis 1 Nil son, Jlrs. Stearns, JUb Hue Misb Ikliliu MI -'Ncmoiiiho Mr llmis, Mi Huiiblu Hid Mr lusher About twenty guests were ve entertained, on Mondi even! at an out. of door -.dinm liirtj hi Mrs Iloseltonai "Mrs this Knudbton in .honor Miss Minnie Peck., of The LadiM' Store CLARKE CO. Phone 4S3 Block Unusual Savings in Every Section For all day Saturday Third-Otf Sale and Miss' 'EUiinii -Van .Ularcon Fon du.J Lao. -MVis. The dinin Doyle's brother. Mr. Robert Sage loft this afternoon for Sask on a business nip Je will be.aiyqy forlthe remainder of the. week. Mr ind Mrs A 1 Bell 01 Tails otl, Out ire. spending a leu d-us in the. city the. guests 01 Mrs Bell s bisttr, Mrs James Ciniphel! Mr and MrS J t C ruAso haic ib their guests Mr in I Mrs G I Jackson 'aughttr J'thel ol T illsonhurg ind Mr ilir d i, ck son 01 Current Miss D S Shirman Coutts St leit vcsterdiv aiiernoon to spend some 'time jvvith friends, at Souris tihit, with its houls ol P'tnsies an Iilace .favors of gaily colored loll) pops, presented a very festive ap and was set in the prett summi.r bouse, .which was' beautiful! Ued with Jipinese Itntcrns hunting ind flags Hie guests join ed in old time games ifte Klneli all -idjoiirncd to tlie house wiiere music: and: .dancing :e6nollldcd' moct ihle Airs Tnpp of Lethbndge has bun i m tlie citj Mho sinte the exhibition expects to return home this Calgary: Herald. Special value in Ladies' Outing Blouses haie told jou before about these smart Laivrc Em broideu nd Print Blouses we have at Jl a complete range of tues for lour selection on End u and Priced Need we aihisc to shop Miss Cousins; o! Medicine Hat. who ins been i lei} bri'ht guest vvith the Misses Henderson, London Road, for several'weeks, returned to: her home ycsterdav afternoon. Mrs. H. S. Allen, Raymond, and Mrs I Vision Migrath passed through the citv en route to liner iihere ihe} will -pend i lew dai usitmg friends I Rei R H Bell B V B D of [Gtielph vi ho is to supplj the pulpit of Heblcv church ior the neit tour Sumlijs reached Hit citj this af'ter- noon mil is occupung the! Methodist parsonage. The Junior Guild of St Man's church met last evening vt the Home of Mrs Siimrlerv liientv first St with a full itteadince Miss Margircl 1.1 is elected treasurer of the socieli The Guild drcided to hold i jnntrv sile next Thllrslhv lulj '7th Ihe plice of Jie sale will be announced later. Wirner Rccotd Qn Juh 12th Mr William Crcerv one 01 the govern incut immigraliba'.-Ofricials; at Coutts m irned to Miss, 1 punne Cith mne H inn Ihe took place at the home of Mrs inn the pirents of theviolmf; bride at 230 p m the service being conduct ed bv the Rev II vino is the Church of England minister working in the Coutts district under .the Arch bishop of Canterhtirv's Western Can- ada Mission.- The iathcr .of the bride guc his daughter mil while Mr Donald best man to tlie bridegroom the cerpmoni. lid jhcen performed the registers were ngncd hi Miss Agatlil Halter ind Mi- Donald S Ihe happv couple, litre tlie recipients oi manj iresents and 'eft Uoutts hi the ei mng main to spend honejmoon l 7JU. 3nl U the Women s Cinadian Clubs (invention recentlj lieid in Winnipeg Irs Grahim ol Winnipeg silted lilit the first the club hat city was a contribution tonthe Battlefields Hind Much, had been one also ton aids dm eloping 1 PA nolle spmt in the .school Unldrcn Of Great Importance to Every Woman in Lethbridge x Tnii-dOff iFfeeti our entire ind luninadei at wHh wilit In the itore Includ Ing (lingerie, finey ind tall" ore> ttylet In linen., Vetting., piquet, etc PICK YOUR STYLE WHILE CHOOSING l-3rd off WASH GOODS. 'Hue galatoas, Scotch ginghams In elian Heads, and Oxfords in loVelv iinto of newest pitteins and colors" even one guiranlced absoliitel) fast djo not i piece in the lot vvoith less than 2fic; many worth 30c. Saturd'iy 15c DIMITIES COTTON VOILES AND POULARDS FOR AFTERNOON OR EVENING WEAR A lovely collac'ilon to choose from, ropresenting some of the choicest lln- efc we have hid to this season piece guaianteed to Pric os of this lot and 40c Mr yd Saturday Sale FURTHER REDUCTIONS ON WASH COATS 4 DRESSES IN THE EXPANSION S1LE fen left choose eerij me doubt 6t the W8.h CO... .eninj jg M 4ND SO ON THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE STOCK WE MAKE ALTBRATION8 FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT M.70 LOVELY QUALITIES IN FINE WHITE COT IATSRADTAVETJER USMAL FOR 1 "Included In this lot are longclojhs cambrics nainsooks embroider; cot tons and Madapolains -all fine even thread and close full 36 ins. wide and absolutely pure finlih. 15c A LOVELY COLLECTION BROIDERIES CLEARING 'ABOUT HALF, ZOc., I verr piece in our Mnort- ed sloes fonth up to 40o yard n iiiotuded Im this Saturdw collection in stmppingg flouncings coriiPt Bitra special for the Saturday title OF DAINTY EM. TOMORROW AT 20c SPLENDID HOSIERY UNDERVESTS in SATURDAY SALF 20c B Regular 25c, 30c, and 3pc values the pejinj -plcise nolle ed the feet of the women who passed and at least one third of them wore legular eienmgj slippers One pret ty beautifully dressed, 'hat black satin paste buckles A girl m i paie blue foulard had pale CALGARY STORY JUSTA DREAM Kipp Collieries Have Made no Deal lo Sup- ply Coal Calgary papers attribute to 'Alder- man Riley of that city the statement that arrangemenK had been made win the Lethbridge Collieries at Kipp for the supply by them Of five hundred of coal i d u to cit> in order that there may he no danger of a coal famine in Calgary during the coming summer. One of tlie'ofli- cials of. the company called up the Herald office thla morning and made emphatic denial of this statement. The wino is as let onh laislng about lona a di> and this in the process of deiclopment Thev will in petition to raise five bun- dled tons a till the first of 'he 3 cur ttaUment therefore nb Wtat coal it raised at the Kipp mine It bought bj the tarmen in the dltlricl for thpli ntfum ploughing unit thrMhfng open tiom tnd no coal li tlnjiped to outBlde points. j FIVE INJURED IN AUTO ACCIDENT Montreal Juh 21 people were injureu, one when an automobile era-bed Into i telephone pole at o clock this morning at the corner of Harbor and bt Citharines streets opposite the entrance to the Hochelaga .oflice of the Montreal .railway. The most ser- iousli Injuied was i man said to be Gee Icduc MeGIlI College avenue owner of the machine; who was taken lo the General hospital in an uncon- scious condition .with a fractured skull, niss Annie Kendall, 0 stroch street, was taken to the same hospital suffering from a badly cut face and broken nose and it Is also thought hi sueUlned internal Injuries Maud L Hoiei t, railllo stieet vvia taken to the Ron! Vietom ind when examined bv tho plnsic inns it was found she snanined i fractured hip and Internal Iniuiles The c'nffpi- and another mm and "oinau who iiele In the cu csr-fpcd with injmiea On Illiirsdii morning it 8 pm at St Pitrick s church the marriage us solemnized bv the Rev Father Posuitlnl of Mibs Mirgiret Hums of I on0beich tilifornia ind former !i ol Cohourg Onl and Mr telly 0 Neil! of I ifleche Sask Miss Kat ic 0 bislcr of the groom 11 is bridcsnnid ind Mr lolin 0 is his hrotiir-r as best man After the niiptn! mass i wedding n is wood at the home, of Mrs J 1 IJOlle sister oi the groon The hippi couple Ie.fl on the afternoon tnin for their future home in I a fleche Longntnlations The lollonim; is in account of the mirrngc of Miss Olliov nou Of Mic leod, lint formerly of tliis city. Miss Glliov u is lor some time i valued Irs Griham reid a petition to the ominion governrient1 asking thit omestcads he granted to women on the siinc terms as men Mlb Uhcl, ol Vincomer stated thil the Vincoinei Club Mis assist- ing Miss I'liilme Johnston a British Columbn Indnn is con piling Indnn legends and suggested tin! it wis a should in tcrest othcL Cinidian Clujis V resoiulion was pissed to the effect lipt tne Cimdian Cluhb he in ioimed of I lie uork being done hi the club in issistmg Miss The incoantr cluti ib il '0 seeking to pron otc i patuotic sciitimcjit among scltool chiliirei Mis Spence of Calgitv stated that line sappers buckles and so on English leaveg-much to be 'complexions' Such skins of cream and roses, such eyes surh lairjiair But when nature IB fo beautiful tiv to impiove it' The rauge and the pink stuff on the lips an'd the overdose of ponder suggest painting the lose t When in England it is not diffi cult to understand wh; Queen Maiv has put her foot about rouge and lip salve Her influence Id a! leady felt and will doubtless be felt member of the leichmg slift ol West- guv c miiiMir school thought (hit Hit, squandering of hu as Cllgnrv is rcgirded is a hon e for consumptives ill over the Dominion the H omens club thcic hid plcnti to do The Cllgui club had been reusing the ntv InJavis from j sini tary. point of view- Mrs I C Duncin 01 I ondon Ont bt.ltcd tint the I ondon Club hid done good work in pressing for bimtarv imnrovemenis ind in w ig ing i c impugn agllllbt the exposure 01 food out side, the stores Mis J V M spelling the loron'o Hub, suggested Hut th Homins Camdi in, cluhs t iki, great C inidiin siinuitan'c on Iv ind slated tint, the ignoranc of Caiiaiinn bchool children viilh re gird to Camdnn literature and his lory was lainehtaiile. Miss R J Colitis of Caiglrv jus ificd Ihe work being done bj the Ci club imong consumptives more as time goes on 'As regards the tight skirts, m) diebsmaker tells me Jiat Uie smirt crowd hid such a time getting skirts nltered'for Ascot. .The queen'hat also opened'91 oiined upon tight skirti, and so thes no getting noticeabh less tight The chief difference between the Canadian iionlin and the Englishiio man is to be found in the greater stiir- of the former. It is easy to un- derstand the constant simile, which compaibb in English girl to a lih for veiily manj of them are lily like m their slim droopmoss The held and r-ce are often verj loielj but the figure is much too slight and delicate This is easilj proven bv the fact that, if Is pncticiilv impossible to get GRAIN .MARKETS Winnipeg Tulr twhea opened 06 I closed 96 1 S Octobe opened 98 12 closed 92; Decembe openedi n 3 J closed 91 S 8 Oats Jnl opened 37 i S closed 3T t, 8 Octobe opened cloaed 18 3-g( Flax Tujy ojiened 2 08 cloaed 2 Io Oetohe opened 186, closed 1 87 'ife- Cai prices 1 Nor "9ff var 3 4 Nor 86 5 -Nor 80 Nor "0 Feed 62 Oatg No 2 C W 31 3 4 Barlej No 4 52 Rejected 42 Plat No 1 N 3 10 American Markets Julj closed 78 Sept opened 95 closed 3 8 December opened 37 1 S closed 96 3 4 opened 86 closed 86 14 Sept opened 88, closed SS Dec 78, cloeed 91 1-4. LETHBBIOGF MARKETS During tne Past Week the Murketi Remained the 8ame .Whea 1075 0.72 No 1 Northern No 2 Northern No 3 Northern Winter Wheat- No t Red No 2 Alberta Red No j Alberta Red eadi made clothes in London foi ilfiar! woman 01 gnl Of icasonable propoi ions Twenlv indies io ihe out side measurement foi leadymadc ,T, locks or sknts It would be a E ife le C6e hoot vager that feu Caiiddian women haie Ib Flax" Rv 0.69 0.66 0.63 .37 175 .40 Partnim, per Ib Hay- Cultivated hay iij bulk Prairie hai baled___tliM to 00 II 00 I2900 031 llf, M.OO us MOO rt oo Timothy caled per ton Oats per bushel Bran per cwt Bran per ton Shorts per cwt >horta wr ton Crushed oats per ton 'jhop barley, per ton Shopped wheat, per ton -nops, cwt oatf, per 801 b uck 176 to Feed wheat, per cwt ign x ireen. per Ib. n> I VD .07 f -10-is heep pelts, each .JB 6C lorse hair mane and t-il u, 2Sc Morse hides areen 100 to 200 lorse hlfles dry T6c to DYSPEPTIC PHILOSOPHY (New York Times man life should be pieicntcd as as.possible by legislative action. A Canadian woman, ivho is at pres- ent in I ondon writes the follovVlng V (pud wedding w is it the home ot Mr. T. il. Hen- lit Incntlefh Micleod on Wed ne ehl lull Kith, bv Rev Bibliop when Miss I Isle G Oiiroi was unit od to Mr J 0 Down G1 on lnc difference" between Eng nl Luminir-n "Ilishwomon and Canadians ,i 1 K I me most about the IniUitions haip been issued for a ihiigllsnomen' Their high heela and reception (o .he held'nr the ,home'of exciulalte' compleilons; In Canada, It the gloom s parents Mr ind Mrs ls eonsldercd. bad form to walk In French heels, hut the Englishwoman Goo ing. R Downing on Thursday cicn- .Inly 30fh. Dindi House Ihe residence of rs I 11 Mevihurn was the scene 01 an in'ormil but pnjoj- ahlc bridee last evening. The draw- totters -heels from two to three inches upwards The girls and women also, wear slippers In which a Canadian woul i neiei be seen on the strew partj slippers Tho other morning in Hyde Park when crouds of smart nomen were wcnty-three inch1, waists old that tiventvfile Is the pioper sire according to aesthetic and healthful considerations-. Mogt r Ib Some men are to easy that anybody get, monej out of them, even, heir own ulvea hen think man as not list mng to reaaon he It probably tUak- the same about us H Is a seiere of a man's Christ lanltv to have the minuter call on him during business hours BRODEUR LIKELY TO RETIRE Otl iin lulv 21 I I' Bro (lour, minister of marine and fisher- ies does not cither confirm or dcnj the mnouncemtnt made in Montreal lo the effect that i meeting is to ho held at Marieville in .Roiiville coun- ij on Sundii next when he Dressed per Ib JLiie, per cwt vhtep: Live, per cwt Ureseed, per cwt Houltrr I'ecse live m-iwys, Fowl In. nutter and ens. Dairy butter announce his approaching retirement Creamery butter rom the cibinct and present Hon Rodolphe I eniiciin as his successor is minister of marine and Liberal Icad- ir'in the-Montreal and wnlklni uu and and sitting on (ion. ral candidate for 'he count> of Roilllllc When que tioncd in refer nee lo (he report, Mr. Brodeur said hat it had been understood there 'ould he no announcement us to his itiremcnt until he. had consulted the lector o' Rouvlllr lit duimtieu hat (he meeting on feundav not ia the nature consiiita- fresh V efttaglea ewt Polatoea, per ton Beets, per Ib. Carrots per rb per pound Cucumbers, par dozen Dadlsbes, buncb Cauliflower, per doz Turnip, per Ik ttDlMte, per pound Tomatow, fffg Onions, pet- H> Ib, IN CASH PRIZES FOR BEST BKEAD AT LETHBRICXJI FAIR MADE FROM OUR FLOUR prln Hat wrltt vt for full Information i ;