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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PACK FIVB 75 pairs of Ladies' Oxfords in a Whirl- wind Sale at Think ot H, valuoi I" 16-00. Broken lots at ill least five modpls to go on sale. black Mid patent leather. Sizes to ft. All one prlilo S1.49 Auollicr Clearance Ladies'. tills lot Includes both nut- Ion and Blucher Boole. You will find both alack aud Ian- All selected leathers. Sizes to 7. Regular SC.OO 52.29 Men, you save on these Pros- pectors' '8 pairs loft of these Men's Prospectors. By Saturday night we intend to be clear of them; hlaclt nnd tan; IS inch The price on these should mean speedy clear- mice. Regular S5.25 Odd Lines in Men's BHicher Boots Choose from many differ- ent models in these Tan Calf Bluchers for men. This IE a genuine clearance sale. of. 50.00 models "K" Boots for Ladies! i This popular English' boot cannot be equalled at the price for wear, comfort and stvle' black and tan. Box and Glace Kid. Sizes 1 to 7: 'Regular Girls' and Boys' Boots 99c b'liys a pair of'these strong aervicealble School Shoes. suUnlble for boy or girl. .Strong Box Calf; regu- lar ?1.60 99c BAY WEEK END ECONOMY LIST Remarkable Values for Friday and Saturday _ _ wi T l> 1 V V V 1... M 11. win I I If1 IHI VCllRSI H U T-iOK FRIDAY SATURDAY wr have increased I lie purchasing F Jowrr nl-'voui- n.oi.ov reuKii'kahly. To ai, cxtoriC ll.Mt m many 1 are one-half .heii- prices. Norn ,.l- we know thai, no.. M.MU special prieiii- Vvliai is tlionui-lily good and reliable. 25 Ladies' High Class Tailored Suits On Sale Exactly Half Price Chnu-esl T'.ilored Suils for Ladies 2r, of Ihoi.i lo go on role. Bcauliful soft wool "lcrwonrinK- WHILE THEY LAST HALF PRICE 50 of these Men's value Tailored Suits Just Mow very notable, a value tliey are may be judged from the fad thai such suits could not be bought from the maker today to sell at less than these having been secured as 'over-lots just at a lime in the season when tailors were in need of quick cash to start their Fall operations. These were just opened up today. Chiefly suits of finely finished Tweeds in seasonable weights, and in a good choice of brown, fawn and grey checks and stripes. Neat navy and white pin stripes and a few in the new bluish shades. Coat and trousers cut roomy; vests fairly high. Extra Ladit's' Corsets Site Ladies' Summer weight Corsets of fine weight net. Very popular for warm Regular Smart style Muting Shirts I'or Men For boating, tor tennis, and in fa" For any out- door sport, these Aertex Summer Shirts for will appeal to tiie well-drossed man. Splendid tor hoi weather wear; reg. Men's Smocks These Smocks of "wear-resisting duck and an in colors .black and blue. The regular CQn price is Jl.UO. Sale price is......'...... WWW Children's Corset 'Waists '-5c Children's White IvnU Summer Corse! Waists. luo just opened'tip and will go on sale at Men's Siinuner Gloves Chamois Gloves for men. Meal tor summer wear. Can lie wasiied without .Injury C 4Q lo glores. On sale at ..............4II.IV Latest Novelty in HandKercliet's There is consideraMe ilemand for Patriotic Handkerchiefs these days To answer ihls de- mand we have just received a shipment of British make I'atriotic Handkerchiefs. for Butterick Fashion Note A n o (1) e r e r o Dress in a Pretty Plaited Style Summer Silks anil the hea- vier Cottons, such as Gabar- dine Corduroy. Poplin and Pique are delightful for this style. Come and see our supply of them and tile latest BUTTERICK PATTERNS. 1000 yards ol' love- liest Embroidery Kdgiugs and.Inser- tions 5c from urelty designs in lOnibroldery Bdgings and Insertions: a clearance of many oil'l lines. Values in this lot run an high as 3Gc. 5C Vanl Sunshades for Al- berta Sunny Days This placing come week end we are on sale a limited jusl 50 in of these lovely Summer Sun- shades. Beautiful range of from which lo choose. Made with fancy snake root polished handles. Keg'. ?1.50 95c Week End Candy Prices Fresh j MADE IN I Frejh Daily I Lethbridgt Daily Toasted Marshmellows Plain MarshmellowB After Dinner Mints Jarya Bar Butter Scotch Molasses 25c Webb's Chocolates .lust. 90 pounds of this de- licious confection to go on sale and we have notice from our dealers that this is the last we can receive at. this price. Be sure and get your supply 15c A Trio of Worth While Specials in the Home Furnishings Rich Pile Axminstei- Rugs, Seamless, too! .lust tliree lings in this lot. The present marked price is 52200. The size is ST'xltl'. Seamless with deep pile One is plain green.centre floral bonier; an- other is in tan and green verdure effect: the other ib red and fawn Sill 75 On sale Window Shades Priced at "w- special interest to Honie- rurnishcrs if) of these dark green Window Shades, size 'iox 2 Inches with'neat design set-In in cieam linen. A line that usually sells at Sl-00. Special Cover Your Floor with Inlaid Lino at 75c Square Yard 1 his popular hard "wearing Moor Covering on sale Jlisl three patterns one is red Slue and black block, another is two tone red; still another, cream and red conientlonal design, ivspilar OIK 400 square jards-to sell at per eq. yard Make Up Your Week End Grocery Order From This Quality List -sa. 200 Swift's Back Ba- con, per pound. Swift's Hams Per pound Swift's Picnic 494f> Ham, per ib. ICZ V Fresh Eggs 2 dozen for Cheese Per pound Fancy Creamery per Ib. Rolled Oats 8 pounds for... tWU Corn Flakes 3 pkts. for Shredded 2 for Roman Meal Per packet Eggo Baking Powder..... 25c 25c Tomatoes, large, 3 for Peas. Corn and Beans, efldi Jellies 4 for------------ IQc 25c Georges Milk tin Salmon 2 luge cans ib can .1: felh Marmalade IQc 35c 30c 20c Sunlight Soap Ibars for R. C. Soap 2 for Lui 3 for Panahine 3 for 50c 43c 25c 25c Boy Scout Suite, value Boys' Khaki ice Just a lew of thene erer popular Boy Scout_Suits_lett j in" stock. To assure speedy clearance we are I plaK.lng. these suits on sale at MILK KIVER WATERS WOULD IRRIGATE LAND IN THE SOUTH For summer mothers -will realise the servi comfort to be had from these Boys' Shirts. Soft collar attached sues 12 to 13V4; regular J1.M.. A LARGE AREA OF at-: tending'sessions of the International Waterways Commission in St. Paul, lit which division of the waters of Milk Kiver was duscuased, J. D. Hunt, iesal adviser of the Alberta, legisla- ture ;and John Stocks, deputy minis- ter'of 'Public Works, returned here this week. The crux of the Canadian argu- ments is that if the Montana authori- ties are permitted to carry out pro- jeets under way on the Milk River, southern Alb.rta will be deprived of watere 'necessary to irrigate a VMt tract of land. Including the old South- nni'Alberta Irrlgation'Oo.'a block, anfl wllf 'kill several move- ments among farmers of the .with, to orgirilze irrigation soeleties and float bonds to carry projects Into maturity. -Engineeri Suomit Report It came out'in the evidence present- ed to the. International Commission at St Paul; that American engineers had inade-a careful.survey, and had de; ot. 10 sight. In Canad., the water from the Milk Hiver utilised for an area of Una. Moreover, It only available sup ply for irrigation of the country. By The expenditure of afcoat H.OOMOO re- lervolrs could be .constructed that The W.C.T.U. will meet on Friday, .lune 4, in St. Mary's Parish hall. Mrs.! John Gilmore has returned from Didsbury, where she has been spending the month. Mrs. Clarence Hart, who underwent an operation at the Gait hospital yes- terday morning, is progressing fav- orably. Wm. Mitford, sr., is quite ill and is confined to his home on the corner of 7th street and 5th Ave. The Central W.C.T.U. 1. calling; a meeting of the president and secre- taries of each society in to- morrow afternoon at three o'clock in the Y.M.C.A. The chain social to held at the home of Mrs. George E. Cudoba this evening been postponed on ac- count of the weather antil a further dste. would store the spring overflow of these riTcra and their tributaries and would greatly enhance the value of the land on the Canadian aide. The argument a.per- fectly sood-natured one, but the Can- adian contingent very strictly on the job, and has an .eitremely strong case. Inasmuch as Washington .draft- ed the Waterways Treaty, Canada feels there in no hardship, in asking that the strict letter of II should be lived up to. The G.F. club will meet with Mrs. T. McN'abb, MS Fifth avenue South, at .hree o'clock, Friday afternoon. The Mission circle of Wesley clmrcli will hold a picnic on Friday at weather permitting. Otherwise a meeting will he held at. Mrs. R. E. Skieth's, Twelfth street South. The' ladies Orange lodge will hold their regular meeting in Moose Hail tonight at S o'clock. The first degree will be conferred. _ _ The concert which was to have been given in the St. Andrew's church to- night by the Christian Endeavor so- ciety has been postponed until tomor- row" night at the santt hour. The mid week meeting held in Wes- ley" hall in charge of.the Wesley. On- was a great success. A' very pleasant and profitable time was spent bv some fifty members present. Mr. W.' B. 1'airburn was leader.. The members of the Kiitie band, who were practicing: in St. Marys hall last evening, were agreeably sjir- nrised, when a number of the ladies happened in on them laden withi good things to ent. It was not long before a tempting repast was laid, aud he bonnie Pipers did full justice lo the food The pipers iiien struck UP, and dancing continued till after midnight. Mrs C Walker rendered a Scotch solo which was greatly enjoyed. Thr first regular meeting nt the Weslev ladies since the annual meet- ing, and election'of officers, was held yesterday afternoon with the neu president, Mrs. J. H. Rivers, in tie chair Routine business occupied the former part of the meeting, and it was decided to hold a bazaar, ar- rangements aud details to be made retiring president. Mrs- c- has hw.n president "the Ladies' Aid' for the past eight ROSE vears, was the recipient, of a hand- some necklace, and an address pay ing tribute to her faithful and cap- able service. The Woman's Auxiliary oi the Dio cese 'of Calgary elected the following officers Honorary president, Mis Pinkham honorary vice-president Mrs W L. Bernard president, Mrs W A Geddes vice-presidents, Mrs II Montgomery Mrs Frank Eaton recording secreUrs., Mrs Herbert Akitt corresponding secretary, Mrs. S'ease treasurer, -Mrs W' H Mitchell literature sec- atavert; "Indian S-KM- tarv.'Mrs. Sidney Houlton t. U a. secretary, Miss Hecney tj. 1 o. secretary, Miss Tims -babies branch- es secretary, Mrs. Ingram (Leth- dor'cas secretary, Mrs. Sage; secretary, Mrs i uc "report oi the treasurer, Mrs. Mitchell, showed being rais- ed in the diocese during the past- vear Of this J157.M came througl E C D funds which are used to meet "appeals ami' lo the board S75.46 through'the Babies' branches which are assisting the work at Mrs. Haslau's school in Tangra, India; Bishop White's Dove of Hope school Hi Honan, Uliina the kindergarten work in mid-Japan and the IniUdli work in the diocese. The junior branches raised and in these branches great interest has been cre- ated. The fallowing is a list oi the rncm- bers oi the Nursing Mission Board I and the- district in' which each mem- I her'is td collect: Mrs. Shatman, 1st and 2nd avenues from 7th to 13tlf streets, and 3nl 1 avenue' Iroin 7lh to streets. Mrs Stoltze and Mrs. SkBlth, 3rd avenue -from 12th to 12th streets, and 12th street south from 1st avenue. Miss Bawdtn, 4th and 5th avenues from post office to 13th street. 1 Mrs avenue A., bth avenue A., 8th and 7th avenues from 12th to IStli streets. Mrs Taylor, Bth and 7th avenues i from otli to 12'th streets i Mrs. IiivingStone, Haniieville anil I railroad- tilacV. Miss Bown'er, otli avenue from bar- racks west, including hospital and ,th street from 5lh lo 7th Miss Hendt son 8tb and 7th streets rom 1st aienue south and 5th street rom 7th south Mrs Tinning llth street south in Mrs." McClure, Sth street outh from -1st-avenue. n Mrs. Shepherd, IDSh street south fiom 1st avenue Mrs. Mornss Rivetviev, ind Dth street from 1st avenue south'." Mrs. Brymner and Mrs. Fet-terlr, the down "town district. Mrs. Menzie and Mrs. Dobsou from 13th street west. Mrs. Stacev and Mrs. Blctcher, North Lethhridge. it the Knox Manse on Tuesday af- ternoon, 'by Rev. a. 71. Benoon, Rhuel Eno Monllon'.'of. .Neb.j.J.vas, married to. Ji iss .Ifeusa Violet-Wilbur of Great Falls. George Ma.rl.ow and Miss Orel Welsh Were qnletly' marriBd. at the Knox manse on Tuesday after- noon bv the Rev. Mr. Denoon. The young "couple left for their .home in ijmilbreck, where reside.. The marriage of Harrer -Warn Knauss of Foremost to Mies-May- Edna Holle of Carthage, Wis., wai quietly solemnized yesterday after- noon by the Rev. A. H. Knox Manse. They.-will reside itt; Foremost. r-he marriage ot Mr. Albert Cascad. en and Miss Dorothy-May was nuietly solemnized at the bride's sister, Mrs. K 0. Kane, 540 Twelfth street. South last The ceremony was performed by Ross, in" the presence of the immed- iate relatives only. The bride anf bridegroom are both. well., know w the city- They will leave short.y for Great Falls, where they will reside m the future. The opal is the only gem not sue- CfThen First" Baptist' church at Fremont, and laid'an ere'on the collection, plate.. has..been invented. .whicTi, holds rimless lenses against the, met, al parts of eyeglasses .without screws.. Slots cut "part way through the blade facilitate the work of a new hoe for mixing mortar and cement.. CONT NO teat PLAINLY ONT. WINNIPEO "'_ MONTREAL ;