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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lelhbrldge- Daily Herald, Wednesday, June A MK c-onsiVjiment of the latest .John Stetson's Famous Hals have come to hand. The question uppermost In our minds is: "Whai will we do as wo arc going out of the hat. business for Answer our tiuoslion by throwing "away your old and get ittuler OHO of these at the; Mr. Walter Manager of the Northern-Crown Bank at Granurn. J'he wedding will lake place the Jai- ler par I "of this mouth. A large and delightful tea giv- en by Mrs. Frank Coljwian Monday afternoon as a courtesy to Miss Colp- inaii who departs to-day for an ex- tended sojourn in England, and Mrs. John B. Stetson Hats, Regular and The vc-ry finest make of Jlen's Kelt Hats in the world, and the latest shapes, and colors of fan, also black. Among the shapes are Trooper, Dakota, U. S. A., Bearrton, etc. Wide rim, medium rim, narrow rim, high crown, medium crown, !ow crown, wide hand, medium hand, narrow band. All nixes. The stock is right away for one. Hco our window display. COWAN' MAPLE BUDS 134 The most delicious of chocolate confections. They stand alone in their smoothness, richness and unique _ flavor. Insist on having COWAN'S. Name and design patented and registered. THE COWAN CO. LIMITED. TORONTO. The Quick Lunch Counter at the New England Cafe Will open on 4 Menu and Service-is sure to please Hill Block Dirfferin Street JUXE WEDDINGS We can furnish just what yon want in WEDDING FLOWERS 'f Made up in the latest and most artistic style. Call and get''our prices. The Temir Moral Co.; Cor. Ashmead Dufferin Sts. Phone 577 TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Col. Sam Hughes M.P. will-be'com- mandant of Kingston military camp. Hamilton's big stores will close at i> o'clock on Saturday evenings during the summer. An outbreak of foot and mouth dis- ease among cattle in Argentina is reported. The new Botha government will re- lease Dinizulu. son of the Zulu Chief Cetawayo. Sir Frances ITaden. founder and president' of the Royal Society o! Painter Etchers, is dead in London. Mr. Picard, a French horseman, has retired from the turf, declaring it is difficult to he honest now. Edited by Phone 1052 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL George MacKay, who will k'avc dur- ing the week, accompanied by her children, for St. Andrews, N.B., to spend the summer. Over seventy guests dropped in during the reeciv- ing hours for a farexvell ehafc with the gracious honor guests. The beauty of the spacious, rooms was enhanced by the exquisite blos- soms, which were massed effectively evi-ry where. In the- drawing room Kilianiey roses were used, the cosy den was brightejiwl with scarlet ear- nations, and the tea room and tea table were adorned with pink carna- tions. Mrs. Colpman had donned for the. occasion an .white lin- gerie goivn of mull with inserts of Valenciennes lace and heavy medal- lions. Mrs. MacKay looked exceed- ingly well in" white" organdie and lace built upon' princess' lines with fetch- ing pointed pverskirt. A large black hat with shaded violets ami mauve velvet completed her costume. Miss Colpiiran was attired in a charming little frock of reseda shot silk, the chimisette being outlined with a heavily braided" pattern done in sou- tache. A tiny gilt cord with tas- sels lent a chic touch on the collar. fn the tea room Mrs. Bowman, wear- ing a pale green cloth gown with touches of Persian silk and becoming 'black and white hat poured, and the coffee urn was presided over by Mrs. .Robinson, who looked very pretty in a 'white embroidered gown and pic- ture hat, wreathed with pink roses and foliage. Mrs. E. X. Higinbolh- am, wearing a -dainty pink' dresden organdie gown and lovely white hat massed with pink roses, cut the ices. The predominating colors, pink, white and green were carried out in the ices and- mints. The tea table was exceptionally artistic, being centred with an immense shower of pink car- nations in a cut glass holder and resting on a handsome reflector, which was encircled with smilax. Streamers of the smilax ran from the centre to the four corners of the table. The tea room assistants were Mrs. E. A. Sharman, who wore a decidedly smart costume of black and rt v r I checked silk and prettv touque Miss Wilson is being feted this a -4V _ OI black, with .huge roses shading ternoon by Miss Macbeth, to-morrow o 6 Miss Patteson will he hostess at a handkerchief shower in her honor, Friday Miss Itardie will entertain for her, Mrs. McCullough on Monday and Miss Vrooman Tuesday. Mrs. J. A. Young and children have returned .for the summer from ranch. the Mrs. David Donald will not receive on Friday nor again till announced. An. informal hop will be given by the Tennis club this'evening in Har- per's Hall. Members and their friends are asked1 to accept this an- nouncement as an invitation. Mrs. W. J. McCambly, 6-11 Crabb street, will not receive to-morrow not again until fall. The engagement- has been announced 'of Miss Eva Gardiner, of Macleod, to Such as These Have Filled the Big Store Full of Eager Buyers for the Last Four Days You Have Only Three Days Left To Get Your Share of the Things SALE CLOSES SATURDAY .Strap.Slippers, Boys'Wasli Suits.fr All sixes. Regular values in io tc Lacod Shoes. Silk jSiook Ties. 25.c. and up; n. splendid choose from. lot to Also button slices in and tan, regular black Fifty dozen to clear at this ridiculous price. Pat Slippers, Linen Collars ..5 and patent pumps, ue. An odd lot: not every worth 20c. size; Ladies3 Trousers T.isle and cotton vests; regu- lar values up to 25c. .Kid (jlovcs ...25c. White kid only, button wrist; 20 pairs left. Side Combs .2Qo. Worth 25c. and 30c. An ex- ;ra value. Cashmere Hose 250. Many sample lines, worth 35c. and 40c. Pnncy Collars .15c. White, ecni and black; .values up to 40c. niack worsted; worth lOc. Linen lawn materials, hem- stitched; worth 15c. Casluncrc Sox..25c. Penman's 35c. sox. A sample lot; worth J3.50. up to SI.50 ors Tn grey coutii only; aii sizes fn the lot. Tan Shoes A startling shoe bargain. Ken's Suits up to Boys' Shirts ..75c Dress Shirts, worth You Will Find Scores of Bargains Just as Good as These all through the Store The Price Tickets Tell their Story Set- Friday's Papers For an Extra List of Startling Price Alberta's Greatest Store Redpatli Street, irom smoke blue to mauve. Miss Hardy, wearing a irock of baby blue silk and attractive leghorn hat, and Miss Macbeth, who looked well in pastclle green mull, with bands 01 val insertion and large uMte hat covered with foliage and Jlle yellow roses. An ;.exceedingly..charming luncheon, artistic in all its appointments was given by Mrs. Reeve yesterday after- noon complimentary to next week's bride, Miss Dixie Wilson. An exquis- ite lunch cloth of cluny lace and the corresponding doilirs were used on. the table which was centered with a bowl filled with Richmond roses and as- paragus ferns, resting on a bed of the fern. The color scheme, crimson and green, was carried out in the six course menu. An added touch of col- or was the scarlet satin ribbons which tied the napkins. A merry time was spent by the guests who included the intimate friends of the bride-elect. There were toasts to the hostess, the brine, the bridesmaid Miss Rogers, and the guests, and the afternoon closed with everyone singing "For She's a JolJy Good Fellow." Covers were laid foe Mrs. McCullough, Miss Wilson. Miss Vroo- man, Miss Pennington of Winnipeg, Miss Audrey Neale, Miss Macbeth, Miss Rogers, Miss TTardic, Miss Cav- Miss .Trssie Macbeth, Mrs. McLi'Iland ana the hostess. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The members and officers of the W. C.T.U. and the Y's were at home last evening in the Y.W.C.T.U. resi- dence, and in spite of the inclement weather during the receiving hours j the rooms were filled with guests. At lie head of the stairs Harper's or- :hestra discoursed sweet music. The etiring president, Mrs. Conibear, Miss Stecdman, Mrs. Johnston and Mrs. Gay, received the visitors, who after a tour OL inspection, were ush- ered to the pretty dining room where Mrs. McCleneghan and Mrs. Taylor presided at the dainty table. The assistants were Misses Telfrr, Gibson, Link, Isabel Macken- zie and Miller. Remember Thursday evening the Ladies' Aid of Knox church will serve ice cream, cake and strawber- ries in the lecture room. A splendid musical programme is being arranged. Deprecating the wearing of the nuene, Chinese on the Pacific coast have asked their emperor for a per- mit to do away with them. Refractionist Eyesight Specialist 12 Years' Experience At Joknsion Jackson's Drug Store HUDSON'S BAY CO Our stock taking was finished on the First of June. We have marked a number of lines below cost price in every department to make a clearance. We are in the middle of our ex- tensive alterations and wish to clear out all our surplus stock. Now is the time to do your shopping. It will save you money. We have bargains too many to enumerate. PATTERNS About 400 ends iiavc been meas Tired up during oiir Stocktaking. put them before you to- White Cambric Drawers. morrow at cost- price for one day- only. They consist of Dress Prints. Ginghams, Zepir v rs. To well ings, Sateenss. Cot- tons, etc. _ We have an extensive range of Lad i.es; and -Children's Sunshades in Silk and Wool, and Cotton colors, pretty floral de- signs and stripes. .Large size, pateiil leather, with small change purse to match to.......; Black Seal Bags, from 00 Kea 1 Ho rn B acke d Alii ga tor in several sizes. We have marked down during stocktaking a quantity' of Lad" icss7 Empress Shoes. Our regu- lar price for these-fine-quality shoes was -S6.00 per We 11 o w o f f e i: the in at .per p air 75 or less than actual cost price, they are made on up to date lasts and From fine Yici and Patent Colt Skins. W e aIso ha ve a n umber of pairs of Tan Calf, Patent Calf. and Yici Kid Slices, McPhcrsoir's make. Begular now. per pair .Girls'' Yici Kid or Box Calf Bal- morals. -Best quality. Regular and now pair S185 i 1 to 2. and Children's Oxfords in while or Leather soles. In all Ladies1, Canvas brown. Punning and Tennis Shoes and Slippers of every description. Ladies' Wash Skirts, in Linens and llepps, in all the latest styles. Prices to..... House Furnishing Department This is the time of tiie year when house cleaning is the cry. You will doubtless require window shades, lino or carpets. We would call y o 11 r a ttent i on to three important factors. (1) Our Stock is the- largest -J ..___ O in Western Canada. (2) Ourgoo.ds are first qual- ity. (3) Our prices are moderate. We employ a fully competent man for lay ing lino or carpets. Men's Shirts :s Dress Shirts in Plain and Fancy Colors; dozens of designs, Special 'line of Glen's Dress Shirrs Men's Crepe Shirts, with collar, plain and striped patterns. 'MeiiVtfancy Silk Striped Outing Glen's White Outing Shirts Men's Silk-Crepe Shirts. Sl.75 ..............S1-50 lion's Plain Chamhray Shirts, in Green and Eawii SI 25 "Men's. Oxford Shirts, fine and cool for work, and .....Sf.QQ Men's Khaki Shirts, extra quality, two pockets, and very roomy. cheaper Wear Ladies' Mull Drosses, made in Princess effect, healthfully trim- med 'with Yal lace and insertion, panel front and hack, with six- teen inch pleated flounce; colors: sky. pink, champagne, Nile green, white and black. Prices from to Ladies" Linen Suits, made from union linens and fine imported Repps. Coats are sure fitting and three-quarter length. Skirts are nine gored, with pleated floun ces trimmed with buttons and braid. Prices from to Ladies Long Coats, made from Shantung Silks, Linens and Repps. Semi-fitting' and trim-- mod..with black silk facings and self-colored buttons. Prices ;