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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE. Y ,-HE8AL0 PAGE NINE gain Pay at Orie-daj'5specials at tlie'Busy oi'cleTs on goods. Selling -for -cash, only po'sMble.' Save-the1 difi'croncty 7.5c Window Blinds extra heavy oil finished extra ..duality Inlaid Linoleum; diu-ic' ?J.OO. square J'urd site caiis linoleum Reviver, made espqciolly; and 'defining ijinbleuni AJl-Jour Bungalow, and-Cottage Nets ar i- VHsKoimt of A. i IZiifcf i25 yards. Bleached ISc 4 yards Waists, white with black stripe, iiew. Cft ..'Vl Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 .....SERVICE....... Though' small'your candlelight of'love "may'be............... Iij its'-Worth' dd'not iiemembcr that its little flame' iriay serve. For other .light their torches. .s N. Peach. Rogers) of ;Inyer-: mfrc, is a guest H. Sealte.............. 1 "'MissfKcnnyv Sixth St.', is' spending 'a' cp'uple'' 'of weeks with Blairmore' H, Wallace V. C. McCliire and. .daughter. _ have returned from spending a week at Blairmore.. .Mr-Ajind Mrs.'Hood, of Hillcrest( were week-end visitors-in tile --city; returning-home on Mrs.'; Eihvattte; bl the titional dilEcsg mass' "nibbling' of' the' Vq- p.cHtof [citjt in _the tat; ''giit, a' guest J. 11. Stewart, of Sulfield, was ,a week-end visitor with relatives in ;the- going up to Calgary to camp with the 25th Battery, Miss Charlotte McClure, who sppht the past-week visiting at Blair- more, has .gone on to Cranbrooh, where she will remain for a mouth A. M. Lafferty is entertain- ing some members of the Mathefiis club at a thimble tea on Saturday, of Mrs. W. Nelson, a member oi.-the club, who leaves short- ly-to reside in .Calgary. An error crept into the marriage announcement of Miss Lorenda Scar- let- McTavish to Air. Haruld George Hussell in yesterday's issue.1 The mar riage'vill take place on June 24th at LeUibridge; r -Miss Roberta' McKay entertained at a delightful birthday party ou Sat- urday afternoon; when the guests en joyed a pleasant hour. Those present were, Alexander, Marjorie Roasinc; Grace ipe, Veneta. Hopwbod, Luie Slafks, McKay, fred-McKay..anid Thomas McKay. in a varietyCof lilies, savihgis your attention and worth coming for early. Unprecedented values in seasonal weave, ANTaSATURDAY Covers j RiiSh: Price Each 95C 'Covers, '.tind-ieautifuily tion'a'lly" neat, patterns. Extra Special -FRIDAY AND'SATURDAY Our: Stock of Women's at Exactly variety" of Cloths, fine. Serges, .edSj exclusive styles at prices that taller. values FRIIfAY AND SATURDAY Gur Stock of Silk and at }lu Half Price --'Yoji'll' be( sure 'lo- find something yoii lilce in this range of Dresses. ffpO-values FRIDAY AND SATURDAY White Kid Gloves Price 75g Fine quality- Kid- Gloves, all-sizes, ;weH- worth regular price -a pair ;FifiiDAY AND, SATURDAY Wornenls Long IRuSh Price (JOC a Pair ..s, two domes, in three, iilnck, white and SATURDAY sie Gloves 'Rush Price 15c a Pair While and itaii only clearing at less than cost.-' price 25c'n pair. Swiss Embroideries 'At Prices that will Make Them go. Dainty Corset Cover-Embroideries 25c 45c a yard. Beauti- on Jine FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 2 'Riish a Yard .Different exactly half their tisiial price iQc a yard. f.: FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 5C Women'sFme Cambric: Handkerchiefs g Fine '..hemstitched handkfereliicfsj'ji worth 5o each.. -j FRIBAY SATURDAY 10 for- Exceptional Savings in jjiitnmer Dress Fabrics FLAKE RA'TINE-40 inch- width, light blue, tan, and pink, 75c value, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 53C CREPE worth 2 yds' 25e-'-- pink' i'Md' Plain slinrics, stripes SATURDAY.: 2 :V.''VJ [-r-Exji'a VflnV.'.quality Great Savings on Cloths Rush Price All .pure Linen Satin Damask Tab- le- Cloths ;in strong wearing quality aiid handsome bordered floral de- Sizes 66x84, extra special. raitiAY AND SATURDAY th Towel Special i ff urkish Towels, splendid v- vwearing quality, colored towels of stripings, size 45x22, the kind .u C .1 L'ihat giye.Jong service, extra special f FRlbAY SATURDAY 25C Each Men's Straw Hats J Rlish Price jjji .20 Each Summer Straws ofEnglis'ii double ordinary t.. FRIDAY SATURDAY ,20 Each i %t> I straws, sell at Men's Belts Leathers, all sizes, form- price 65c. SATURDAY, Each McCail's July Magazines and JPatterns are BENTLP COMPAN lOc and 15 c Savihgs to the tune of many dollars in .Friday's issue of Bargain News The Profit is All Yours in These Grocery. Specials Friday and Saturday Sugar h> gomt to advance in price This is the last opportunity to buy-ai this price. Laj Jn a store fpr the fruit pi eserving season 100 po md sack B C 3 "POUNDS CHRYSTAL CREAMERY A4M BUTTER 9OC d070B s, pci Oiangos, 2 dozen 2 GOOD PRICES ON FRESH PLUMS PEACHES AND APRICOTS. SI 10 cans Edilv June Peas J1 Eobu Uou's Ji for .00 .00 Boot and Shoe Prices of Compelling Interest -MEN'S iOX CALF AND GUN METAL BLUCH- ERS in ah tusortment of smart styles, different lasts." Alt alieVln the lot. Regular OXFORDS, splendid, for wear, black rubber solee blue .sizM' 2: to Q9C MJS9ES' TAN CALF BAREFOOT Sewn soles pliable and comfortr OQ able, SJZM 13, 1 and, 2 only reg (1 oo 9 Small Lots but Big Savings in Men's Wear LADIES'. BROWN.BLUCH6R OXFORDS, new est lajrts; receding toe QQ iiieallilaS Regular 00 9 I >v9 MEN'S TWEEP. strong and serviceable garments in dark patterns, sizes up :to.42.r Just 60 pairs in the lot. MEN'S NEGLIGEE plain colors ot nllite blue hello tan also a rew In striped designs sizes 34 to 17 rej ?l BOVS' STRIPED lieat, clear pat- terns, dressed cuffs, 12 to li no collars regular Sac BOYS'. SHIRT plain colors and stripes, collar attached.' Sizes 14. Regular.. value G5r 43c Friday List of Bargain Dry Goods are Values 1 For Early Showing ftX) YARDS FANCY Roiiun and Persian atripet quality Is neary sillL OQdfe Values from SO to Tan jard wwC VALENCIENNES up in 12 oddments after a heavy season's' sales. Prom our regular stock, and as all the laces to match are soM t.lie.-e c_ must be cleared oizt This price will do it dozwG 200 PAIRS, DRESS Weil known Ver na make warranted sanitar; and odorless Per pair 9C DO YOU REQUI'HE A M so, i offering 350- yards ef -pure- Alpaca, full inches Hide Colpr'si-are cream; brown.- cardinal, raud black Values are regular 60c Friday and Saturday per yard FANCY 100 in the lot this- Regular 11.50 values clearing all 75c COLGATE'S' DRUG MTvav ular sale again to- morrow for pop- A Wide Range of House Furnishings For Tomorrow 50c ;WINDOW SHADES-Wtust 26 of these, green, with 2 .'inch insertion, also white inser- tions, 36x72. mounted on good roller. .Regular -Sac "FLOOR OIL. CLOTHSy-Heavy..imported qual- ity just 6 pieces on sale at this price Per square yard range of col- orings color goes right through to the back Per sfyiiare }ard FITTED SUIT CASES ANU CLUB 411 one4hird off regular prices Friday and Saturdai j i Mi Just three, pieces, heaif English Crcton 31 Jfifle While Jast .d Per DC i SCOTCH ivool rug made pure wool 3 ply in blue tan green alia grej> shades J9' reff 50 9 I U.UU In the Section-Special Values THESE PRETTYWASH PRESSES for misses and ladies hot many in'fche lot but all good values.- 'Pale blue, pink, tan, black-and-white check, tan and white check, and blue chedks worth up to f 5 00, all one LADIES' WASH fine English Repps and Bedford Cords, high waist line. These are slightly soiled, hence the low price. Also a few navy, with white spot, and some Jir-tan and huff shades north QQ SO all one price 9 Just 50 of these imported black Sateen Petticoats to go on sale tomorrow. This is a little bargain lot our English bujners picked up. Fine, soft finish and good wearing quality. Worth fl.T-i On tale Despite' rain storm of yester- many ihdwd were the visitors, who called during the late altcrnoon, when Mrs-. H. N. Becker was. formally, at ..bonie for the first time since1 movihg her beautitul new bungalow on Fourteenth St The living room was artistically adorned-with ferns; white carnations and yellow .daisies. and here the hos- tes received looking 'decidedly veil in 4 graceful of Pate blue charme-use with shadow lace and chif- fon tunic; Mrs. Charles.McKillop, who assist- ed in'receiving, was Becomingly gown- ed in deep. purple, silk and black hat with purple flowers AVi1 V. Hossf.y invited to, the dining room and', was wearing a mod- ish luHctte of royal blue satin touches of lace and green sa tin and' blaclr hat with cerise mount. At-the-dining, table, which was an alluring picture Miss Bcssio of Vancouver, in a creation blue silk crepe with Ratin trimmings and black, and white-hat, ah'd'Miss Mary Simpson in a very' pretty- gown of pale blue crepe with lace accessories and touch- es o! pink and picture hat Little Marvel Buchan, in a French embroidered lingerie frock with blue ribbonsr admitted the many call- Clubs and Societies Tltt Ladies Aid of the Christian church met, yesterday afternoon and ipcitt a T profitable Unit in sewing, routlnf alia oclnj trannact- ed. for some time .is Mrfi. Emma as many families depend aJmbs'. W. Patten Slack, which Is being entirely on the' mother as the bread winner the husband being unable tc get woik being shown this tSe'.Gnines White China shop jn the Meyers Arcade Mrs.. Slack's wor'lt> r'esembies the imported German figure work and her idea In Loldlng the exhibit was to bring up the' standard "of figure painting ou China One particularly interestlni piece is a large vasei bi Mrs 1 33 Perry wltli two figures o' the Romeo and Juliet is a reproduction of Cra, on a large vase Not only the figure work of this piece, but the back ground ai nell I; particularly derful; This. itfy1' Mrs', Cheney of Lethbridge Can Two tiles, whlcji have called fortn expiesslons of admiration are IdleweH and "The Shlek's Daughter." Three handsome pieces Wire taken by Mrs Cheney to her home at Leth bridge on her return -from n visit here. Report of the MISWou for May 1, 1914. Opening Up Copper Mint The- Reed- Mining, Milling 'Smelt Ing Co., which owns 'valuable coppe ore property on the' south side .of thi boundarj, near the Waterton Lakpp has moved its head T offices, froii Great Tails to Bibb Mont .Cardstpu, ,mea are behind, the con of H. Van Pelt, a well known prospector, is manager. At .1 meeting In Cardaton a few days ago the following officers wore elected for tile ensuing' yeari: 'Preoldent, ti A. WIBIs; vice-president, S. secretarj treasurer, E N.. Pratt; Bnrkei general matnger I H Van Pelt, f good road nil] he built1 to the uflm of the company this, year The uilrfi is. most .easily, .reached, from nadlan side A number of men are interested in this propert) and another. :-LetIibri.dge holds' valuable copner... claims 'a (eV miles west of the Van Pelt A, ;