Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD NINE A Sale That Ha. Been Of Town A Whirlwind Finish to a Wonderful Sale! Tomorrow night we close our doors on greatest in the store's history. There will he no continuance of this sale. night (lown'come the signs, off come the sales tickets and all regular goods will he returned-to stock and sold tit their former prices. With a few exceptions we have accomplished the object of our present sale; the clearing lip of all surplus slimmer stocks. These "exceptions" are ligted.here, and every article must find a new owner before the sale'is over. Never Before, Never Again: Your Last Chance Final Clean-up on Vests 30 Ladies' Sample Vests and slightly soiled. No more than 3 to a customer, each Children's Dresses Must Go Percale and Print Dresses. All new. styles; sizes 2 to 7 years. Values up lo tl.BO; on sole at ,811k Boot and Lisle Hosiery SlUc.Boot Hosiery; open work Hos- tery; sllfc Lisle Hosiery, "Worth up to Socpair; last time Underskirts and Nightgowns to go Oda lines of Slip-over Muslin Night- gowns, also dainty Underskirts, worth Up to for C n Children's Ribbed and Sample Hose Your choice of pinks, blues, tans, or blacks, all sizes, In qualities that sold as high as 50c; per pair Last of the Sample Waists You' know what we those fine voile waists that were on sale Jit Hie balance for Women's Fine Jersey Comb'tions HorerB a chance to buy combinations worth up to kinds and sizes; last and only time............... No More Waists at this Price A final" clean-up of Waists that will sur- prise you. Get a-season's supply at half price........................... 4 4? I A Coupon with every sale: You may be the lucky one Silk Parasols, at a Loss Sample Linen Table Cloths Ten o Silks an up to JS.OO Parasols, white and M d Mercerized 'tops, values colors, Here's 'a; chance to buy a table clotli 2tT only, soiled cloths; all linen large else, worii. up to lor 5 1 1 W W .Balance of the -Bargain Silks Long Silk Eimonas at Half Price Share m this great silk and dress soods offer for the last time tomorrow Values uu to ?1 25 for.........'....... A" bargain in long silk Kimonas for tlis last day of .the sale. 'Values Up flj'S to Long Silk Lisle Gloves on Sale Too Many Girls' White Dresses Top many, white w Any Girl's Hat in the Store A determined-effort to clear out every girls' Sat left In stock; Values up to tor........................ It's your turn now: Save while the prices are lowest A Splendid Corset on Sale P C.' 'Corsets; dew model, strong :and serviceable; sizes up to 27; clearing the last time for....................... D. Ai Sample Brassieres ;D. A. Brassieres, hook in front styles Sizes 34 to 42. Saturday Eft Special for___...................... OUC Half Price for These Notions Laces and Embroideries to Clear Hair Pins, safety pins, hooks and eyes, dome fasteners and many other Jdnds 1 of notions, 3 for..........................1 UV The balance of those fine, .Val Lace and Swiss Edgings, worth up to ISc A Final t Clearance Of All Summer Dresses. Read This Wonderful Offer Dresses up to for One last chance to buy a summer dress at bargain prices. TVa have through the stock and1 picked1 out twenty odd dresses that sold as high as You will find crepes, ra- tlil6i, mulls in this lot. Its one BIO HUMMAQE i SALE you know ;what .that moans; Bo early. 175 HOUSE DRESSES, also 15 onln lin- en and gingham dresses, worth up to ?o.50 will foe J on sals Saturday at the 1 lowest' price of the sea- son. Here's our list for the boys and men BOYS Dark. Gtng. hams and prints, worth 60o to 75c for 1UC ROMPERS Dark 'wash mater ial up to all 40C f OG one price WASH worth up .to jast price MEN'S odd sizes and gtyles, up 1.60 for......... MEN'S Usle socks, black and colors 25c to 40c, 5 .pairs for 9'I or Excel- da, regular each x CA 'Saturdfiy President other good makes, Saturday.......... MEN'S cltjan up oT and ?5 Leader fi'J'J 4 C Shoes I U 8ivcn tlle 'ast 1'1HC tomorrow. giiop Jiei-e yoiig'et better values than Else and you have a chance to share in worth of merchandise pre- will be given "away ABSOLUTELY FREE. Winning Numbers in Monday Nighfs Herald Rylands Co. Conducting a Real Sale MY CHOICK 1 dreamed ouc day. that I might roach the peak On whose fair summit stands the temple fame And sing a song or tell some wond- rous tale; To carve upon her walls a deathless iiamc. But 'little fingers clinging to my gown, IJblil me to but halting way, Wiien little, lips hut whisper "Mother Then I forget the laurel ami the hay. I would not lose the clinging baby iiand-S, To call the world's vast kingdoms all my own, I.count the world's fair plaudits emp- ty sound, side the joy ot motherhood I've known. To. sing my song within the walls ol home Is all I crave ol fortune or renown; To wear the name of wife tu him I love Is dearer far than.any earthly crown. Mrs. Reeve and Mrs. Sralh fce.hostesses at the -.Conntry lo- mocifow. Mrs. J. S. Stewart-is visiting with friends in Calgary.; Mr.'and Mrs. have returnE'd from a trip, to the mowi- Mr. Newconvhe, 'of the Molson'sj JJant, I'.it today to spend his vaca-' at GUI Lake. Mrs. Benjamin Russell, of Calgary, tin siiFst of Mrs. William Stafford, Westminster Road. Katharine Shinn, ot Kent, is a guest with Mrs. W. Hector' McLellaml.' Mrs. J. II. Borgle-and son Douglas, oi Medicine Hat.' formerly of Leth- who have been visiting in the United States, are at present with friends in Yarmouth; Nova Scotia. Miss arrives touiorrpv.1 to' visit Mrs. C. F; Conyteare, Riverview. Miss Mary today to spend a week, the giiWit of Miss Jean UKh at the ranch ijiear Monarch. w .Mrs. Charles Mciyillop and Missj Margaret today to spend some time Mr. and Mrs. W. !J. Smith, (nee Van have returned from' their Mrs. C. S. Farrow'and son, Eu- fdns, and lier B. Van Blircora cf the Him this morning for a trip to their old home in. Eugene, Oregon, to be gone about a month, going via Caljary, Vancou- ver, Victoria, Seattle and Part-land. Miss', Sybil McMeckitv, took in the CJlcursicn to Crows Nest on Wednes- day, and returned to I'incher Creek, whsre slie joineil a tew friends, ivith whom she motored to the Waterlon .Lakes to spend a couple of weeks. t o i Mrs. Watts pleasantly entertained a number of friends at the river bot- yesterday. Those present ia-; Mrs. Coombs, Mrs! Wakelin.i McVean, Mrs.'iSlcOgugan, Mrs. j 'RusscliS Miss Tloss, Miss McDuff and the children. A dainty picnic supper was served. Sir George and Lady Foster re- turned to Ottawa from Dalhousic, N. n. Sir George Foster wil! accom- pany the members of the Dominion SATURDAY SPECIALS July Clearance Sale High Quality Shoes in July Clearance Ladies' White Buck Button Boots in all sizes, smart attractive ami dressy for sum- mer wear. Regular ?G.OO, CO Cor per pair Tomorrow we place on sale 30 pairs of these Ladles' .smart canvas pumps, sixes 2% to 0> Kegulnr ?1.75 for Men's Tan Bluchers, snappy, up-to-date styles. Two models, both ?5.00 lines, to clear tomorrow at Men and Boys' Wear Never Less than Now Wash Suits for splendid range of colorings. Good wearing; mater- ials, fast colors, sizes up to 5 Balbriggan Underwear for men. mer weight, two piece style. Sizes to Hcs. ?1, -per suit Combinations for Men. Cut from fine Egyptian Cotton, ankle length, not a gar- ment in the lot worth less than for Sum- Phone FIRST 313 HARRIS' WILTSHIRE BACON per Ib....... 3 Ib. PAIL LARD For.............. 5 Ib. PAIL LARD For........... 30c 45c 76c 3 Tins PINEAPPLE For.............. 48c 2 Tins APPLES (3 Ib. Size) for 6WW 1 Ib. Can ENGLISH COFFEE 3 Cam SALMON For 5 Ib. PAIL SMITH'S JAM for......... 10 Ib. PAIL-LARD For 2 Bottles Plain or Stuff, ed Olives 73C 24c HERRINGS IN TOMA- TOES S. C. SOAP, Per Packet NEW POTATOES 10 Ibs. for 23c 28c 23c 21 c 25c July Clearance Prices iti Ready-to-Wear 12 these Ladies' Fine Quality Princess Slips Belling at 69c. Dainty trimmings of and embroidery Sizes 34 and gQ M 3b onlj Regular ?1 2 lines And Lovely Nightgowns. Fine quality English Cambric with lace and ernb.rpidery trimming, dip over styles, open front, ef- fect1 8 c tinea dealing 49fi 50 cent Corset Covers for 19c. Just 30 of.ttLese, with embroidery. All BOc quilttieb 411 sizes, Wearing lit IwU Children's Rompers in Chanibrays, Glug- liams aud Pants Colois pink sto and nan, 85c sires 1 4 Dry Goods Specials for the July Sale Misses perfect ribbed hosiery in black to' 10 Inches; also Ladles' Plain tan cotton hose, to 10; also Children's Cashmere sox, in cream, and black, Sieeu for children 2 to 8 AH one price Jap -Taffeta. Hues for 19c. Bi own Red, Old and Green I Q fi shid.es Full 27 inches wide per jd. I vw Double Bed Flannelete Blankets in grey or' white; each blanket cut separate and finished on'both ends. Sue C4 OQ Siza 3H "fcV Ladles' Lisle Jlousquetaire Gloves in grey, tan and black. Just 25 pairs left. Clearing at 25c Sale News in Brief from the Home Furnishing Section AXMiNSTER RUQ3 3 x 12 HEARTH RUGS Values to 25o SCRIMS, ALL SHADES 20c ENGLISH CRE- TONNES 10c 1Cc INLAID -LIONLEU..M REMNANTS, sq. yd. WHITE CUPS AND SAUCERS WATER GLASSES, Per dozen iO Piece -DINNER SETS 45c 32c NEW GEM Pints................-95c Quarts Half-Gallons VELOURS all colors Re; liar BO 99V ELECTRIC IRONS ON SALE [Ompanu Royal Commission on their through Western Canada trip present were Air Hene Redmond and Ill's bridi fotmdrh Miss Lditti Mr Grant Mordei who Miss Ruth Freeman was the raison was, presented to tho king at the last .PARIS -SEETHES Paris, July political onp dally mounting higher as a re- sult of the trial of Mine. Criljiaux, of- ficials of the goVorhment shb'Ved'deep anxiety over 'tho situation tonay. Secret messages sent to notlcd. Pplncare and Premier Vivlana, who now'in Russia, advised them to bQ prepared to hasten back to Farlg at a Ii n d' clro ol a bnqht little icrandah levt" Mrs MQrdtn the Hon d cuo OI a "p.1 Dmcan Marshall of Mmonton Mr IcaglunMMrs O 1 Bowman this M 1 Mr af cruoon Mite n prt euests f o[ Montrca, Mr PKIZ.E FOOD Palatable, Economical, Nourishing A Western woman has outlined the prize toed in a few words, and1 tli.it from personal experience. She writes: "After .our long experience with Grape-Nuts, 1 cannot say onough in its favor. We have used this food almost continually for seven years. "We sometimes 'tried other adver- tised breakfast roods but we invari ably returned to Grips-Nuts as the mcst palatable economical and nour- ishing of all. "WJien I unit tea and coffeo and began to use Postiim and Grape-Nuts I was almost a nervous wreck. 1 was so Irritable 1 could not sleep nights, had no interest in life. I "After using Grape-Nuts a short time I began to improve and all these ailments have disappeared and now 1 am a. well woman. My two children have been almost raised'oh Grape- Niits, which they eat three times a day. "They aro pictures of health and have never had the least symptom of stomach .trouble, even through tho moat severe siege of whooping cough .could retain Grape-Nuts when all else failed. "Grnpo-Nuts food has.saved doctor bills, and has been, thoroforo, a most economical :food for'us." Naniu: Canadian PostHim Co., 'Windsor, Ont. Read "The Road to In pkgs. "There's a Ever read the above letter? Anew one appein from time to time. They art genuine, true, and full of human Inttreit. assistants being M ss Ross ami Miss Muriel Maclcod. Dr. Urn Marshall, of Kenora Ont innounce the cngaae- mcnt 01 their daughter Lcs lie Macintosh Marshall to Mr Stuart Lihiarrts absistant deputy minister ol the Department ot Jub tlco, and second son ol Mr _iml Mrs F Mwards of Ottawa The nur- riase will like place quieth at Ken the-latter part of August Mrs. Saul Robins wishes to cor and Mrs, Kichard of 1 pronto Mr H i Snmott of Calgar> and Mr and Mrs I B Nesbitt, of Ot taw a c The engagement is announced of Maithe Brett daughter of Mr ind Mrs P J Stacpoole of Gorge road Victoria, and Herbert mana- ger ot tne 'moenal bank Bahff The redding place in the autumn in Vancouver. Rev. Canon and Mrs. J. E. Mur- airs. MUI -vli flight Vugiislin s dialh tlnnk the Lcthbndgc (.itizeni choir ind their friend- enjojahiy who'so urauoush contrihutcd to the last ncnmg it the icctor> in hojior ,d o S her dou.hte, Grace to, of Ruth Freeman the Imdo-to the Maio Bros hospital m Itoches he hi been a valued soloist ot te'r Mum Ihe ihild K> inlictel the choir for son P >ears some fne ago willi spinal men fpirn two n all bit dowr to and has never since heen ililc prett h deorated supper tables, ar ___ I-IIA Inn n inrl (.1111 Mrs. Charles MoKillop and Mis dnfi lias never sniuu uvcu i Ihc dortois found it nooes langed on the lawn and ifto sup sary to breik the limbs One Ins per short adilr-bs-es of appreciation hce- on and Ciace is, doing of IIiss Freeman s. work and regret as well is cm be Mi and it her depirturi, given bi Mrs. Robins ire tbcir daughter Mr Murrellttiijlit and Mr R 1 arvmnnr. the choir leader. The latter alsr. on tsbalf of HIE choir pressnted airs Miss Kre-man with a beautiful leath- Ilclen Mclullop delightfullv enter er club bag and purse falned a ten friends at i venndah Mr C B Bowman and Mr Mur anil lawn tea yesterday in courtesy thanked the choir for Miss to Miss RJth riceman i rreeman The season's blossoms adorned the later the whole part} were motor dining 'able was presi-1'd ovu: out to Henderson Lake, when, a by Mrs W D L Hara.e and Mrs happy time was spent out on the The Big Brothers' cUss _______, Sundav school will picnic tonight at Henderson I aVe Thfy ate entertain- ing some of their Ir.ie.bd5 A gobdlj jiUmber attended lawn social held under the auspices ot ths Loval s class of the Chris nan church at the home of Mrs Beach, Sixth St, 'OR "Wednesdtv ev ening Dwryone had a gqod time games and music bsmg thoroughly en idled n i The Junior Guild of St Clary's church met on Tuesday evening and elected Miss Sarah Emerson presi dent to succeed-Miss-Lillie-Webb; re- signed Ihev decided to hold a lawn bocial nt Mrs 501 Sixteenth St., N., oh Monday even- ing next. The garden festival. hold last .night on the lawn of Mr., and Mis. J. B. Gray under the auspices of Westmins- Sunday school was a distinct suc- cess. The, lawn was elaborately de- corated with Chinese lanterns; "color- ed electric lights, flags and bunting The-night was a perfect one for such an event, fine turn- out of people. Everything was sold out and a neat Irttle sum realized. NOSLE SUFFS NABBED London, July suffragettes uciong to tile BntiBU nopaity Barclay and Hon. Edith Fitzgerald, were arrested today at Buckingham Palace, where they made persistent at- tempts to, present to King George a letter written to his Majesty by Mrs, Bminellne PankhurBt. j. D Higinnolham while Miss Warj Simpson, Miss. Margaret McKillop and Miss Baraisifi assisted Mrs U F. ;Layton gave-a yocal. solo, and Miss ConyVearc a piano number, both of which were pleasing. In the royal -enclosure at Ascot the water. Clubs Societies J25 was the fine 'amount taken In at the pantry sale held at St An drew's manse yesterday.' All the homo cooking was sold and tbe ladies in tne royal -enclosure at ASCOI lite coomng was BOIU anu me other day a number of Canadians are verr. pleased with the result FIGHTING IN HAYTI CapeHivtien Hayti, July 24 tion government troops today .took; possession ot tin towns of Limonade and Quartlcr Morln, which were evac- uated by tho rebels, who retreated..to; Morne and Foraere where flghtjnf was itill in proiress this mtralal.