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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Letfcbrldfte Daily Monday, Jmie Sale Tuesday Morning at 9 O'clock CLARKE CO. The Ladies Store Phone 453 WE SELL FOR CASH Acadia Block Sale Opens Tuesday Morning at 9 O'clock BIG SALE ON! A Carnival of Bargains An Avalanche of Values This Entire New Stock The knife has been used bridge unmercifully. Prices have been Cut and trimmed and pruned to ridiculous proportions, affording the Leth- public positively the greatest chances to save that have ever been presented in this district Store Closed To-day To Re-Arrange Cut Down The Prices-- To Mark Every Article In Plain Sale Figures Making extensive prepara- tions to handle a big crowd, so that on Tuesday morning prompt- ly at the sale hour, everything will be in ship-shape for quick and satisfactory choosing. Extra Sales-people to serve you. Everything Reserve Summer stocks right now are at the highest point of completeness, affording incomparable selections in all kinds of Prints and Ginghams Flannels and Flannelettes Gloves and Hosiery Cottons and Sheetings Sheets and Pillow Cases Corsets and Underwear Towels and Towelings Silks and Dress Goods Ji ji r.m broideries and Laces Damasks and Linens trimmings and Laces i m Wash Goods and Suitings Ribbons and Fancy Goods Whitewear and Blouses And a Splendidly Complete Stock of Ladies Wear-Things The Whole Store Has Been Transformed Into a Veritable Bargain Emporium Tables, Shelves and Counters are laden with crisp, hew goods, all bearing price tickets that tell a convincing story of wonderful savings. We wish we could adequately describe these in this space, but in full use of even double the space we could not enumerate more than a small representation of what we believe to be The Greatest Dry Goods Values Lethbridge Has Ever Known Cause and Effect Reason and Result We Want More Room Condensing stock in every department preparing for big fall shipments now on the way. Sacrificing portions of some de- partments to the growing and imperative needs of more im- portant ones, forcing out desir- able, seasonable goods at way- down prices. Extra salespeople to seive Sale Starts Tuesday Morning Promptly at 9 Orclock And we are sparing neither work nor profits towards making it the biggest kind of a success. It is bur determination to es: tablish a record for values, long to be remembsred by the thrifty women of Lethbridge, and a high-water mark for volume of sales long to be struggled with to overcome. SIMPSON'S BUILDING AND ALTERATION SALE A HUMMER The store has been packed with eager buyers, people who appreciate bargains when they see them. To those who ma not get served at the opening, we extend a hearty invitation to return this week, when they will be served with bargains ]ust as good as any offered at the opening of this 'sale. Here are a few of the good things for this LADIES' FAWN CLOTH value and Sale price LADIES' PRINCESS Regular Sale price GIRLS' CLOTH REEFER Regular value Sale price 2 LADIES' TAILORED Size 36. Regular value Sale price ____ BOYS' TWEED NORFOLK Regular value Sale price ____ BOYS' TWEED AND WORSTED Regular value Sale price ____ MEN'S SAMPLE (Sizes 15 and 15 1-2 Regular Sale price ____ 39c GIRLS' WASH 5Qc all the way.up'to .and every one a great bargain. All sizes shown. LADIES' BLOUSES AND SHIRT Regular value and Sale price LADIES' LONG LINEN In tan shades, reg. Sale price 15C SCOTCH Fast colors, checks and Sale price ____ _ 40C REPS, BEDFORD CORDS, HOPSACKS, BENGALINES A Sale price ____ ____ WHITE BED Large size. Regular value Sale price 4 A 1 UC <1C .20 THE SIMPSON CO. Crabl) Street Limited Edited by Phone 1052 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. MeNicol is entertaining the Bridge club this afternoon! Mrs. T. P. Ferry will not receive to-morrow nor formally again until autumn, but will be at home to her friends informally throughout 'the summer months. A "mere" man asks what is "the prescribed character of gifts for the 32nd wedding anniversary. Can any of. our readers give him.' the desired information If so, call me up. Saturday's gale didn't subdue the enthusiastic members of the Tennis club the least bit, for during the en- tire afternoon the courts were all in use and at the tea hour a goodly number dropped into the club house for a cup of tea with Mrs. J. tf. Ritchie and Mrs.'yL.' M. Johnstone, the day's hostesses. If dame weather is upon her good behavior, the first lawn party of the summer will be given -Thursday even- ing by the Altar Society of St. Pat- rick's church on the grounds of the church on Burdett street and Baron- ess Road. There will be an abund- ance of ice cream, and other good things and throughout the evening the Miners' Band will be in attendance. Mrs. Adam Link, Bompas will not receive to-morrow (-Tuesday) nor again this season. j Miss E. McCaffrey, of Taber, was the week-end guest of Mrs. W. P. Alexander, Westminster Road. deriul, the preparations for entertain- ment and refreshments will all be ai' ranged so all you will have to do isj don your best frock, and journey toj the parsonage on Thursday afternoon and the Mission Cir- your share will be to bring along with you one copper for each of your birthdays. Oi course, if you are un- der 25, the ladies will know you arcj younger, but'they will'gladly accept your "two and if you are hav- ing such a pleasant time that a whole dollar seems a just payment for a rcally-truly birthday will be too. V Hon.-W.FI. Gushing and Mrs. Gush- ing left Calgary on Saturday for the east. They purpose going to Edin- burgh, Scotland, and thence to differ- ent points on the continent. Cupid's Court Hastings-Weir The following despatch from Ham- ilton will interest many Lethbridge friends of Mrs. Hastings, nee Miss Weir, who visited Miss Wilson last summer: Hamilton, Ont., June fash- ionable wedding took place this ev- ening, when Mary, the eldest daugh- ter OL" the late. John Weir, was mar- ried to .Harry J. Northgraves Hast- ings, son or Crown Attorney Hast- ings, of Winnipeg. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. Fletcher. It took place in the presence of guests from all over Ontario, and a large number from the northwest. The bride was gowned in white satin and rose point with pearl trimmings, .and wearing the gift of vhc groom, a three stone diamond ring. Miss May Jennings, of Toronto, was brides- maid, while the groom was assisted by Victor Collier, of Ottawa. Mr. and Mrs. Hastings leave for a short honeymoon, after which they will re- side in Winnipeg. of the maids Mrs. C. E. D. Wood, of Rcgina, and Mr. J. TVilson, of Nrew York, They are being entertain ed at the Wilson home. Some people don't.celebrate their birthdays any longer, hut just the 'down deep in their hearts they would like a good eld time hirthriay party, and here is an oppor- tunity offered by the Baptist Mission Circle whereby everyone can have a birthday party and what is more won The out of town guests who have 1 arrived for the Wilson-Seatle wed- (Calgary Albertan.} ding on Wednesday evening, are Mrs. On Wednesday 1.30 at the resid- McCullough, Moose Jaw Miss Me- ence of Mr- Walter Jarrett, 412 Thir- Cullough, Calgary; who is to be one tecnth avenue east, the marriage of his daughter, Miss Edith Marion, to Mr. Thomas S. Fetterly, of Lethbridge was The best The Rev. H. T. Jarrett, of Bottril, un- man, Mr. Swan, of. Nelson, B.C., is jcle of the bride, was the officiating j a guest of Mr. Scatle. (clergyman. i Thc brjde was given away by her father, and looked lovely in a cream silk French Marguesette robe, finish- ed with rich lace and pearls over taf- feta, and carried a shower bo.uqnet of white roses. Miss Mabel Moore, of Banff, a school friend of the bride, was the bridesmaid and wore a beautiful semi-princess gown of pale blue silk -eolienne with net yolk and touches of satin to cor- resDond, and carried an exquisite clus- ter of pink roses. Little Mabel Jar- rett Greer, the adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jarrett, and her twin sis- ter, Alma Johnson Greer, in white spotted Swiss frocks and blue rib- bons, were maids of honor. Mrs. Jar- rett wore a very rich costume of soft grey foulard silk with a garniture of silver sequins and finished .with ap- plique. Mendelssohn's Wedding March was charmingly played by Miss Ethel M. Parslow. Mr. Wm. M. Edwards, of Lethbridge, attended the groom. The ceremony was conducted in the drawing room under a bell of La France roses and Alabama smilax and surrounded by a bower of ferns, palms and roses. After the signing of the register a very dainty wedding break- fast was served. The bride's table was very picturesque with'its spark- ling silver and complete appointments, brightened by; a cut glass epergne filled with American beauty roses and southern greenery. Graceful gar- landsof smilax and white blossoms descended from the electrolier to the corners of the polished board. Min- iature tables with white and daybreak- carnations were also prettily arrang- ed. Miss D. Jones, Miss M. E. How- son, Miss Johnston, Miss Mills, Mr. Green and Mr. Johnston assisted in passing the mffny and appetizing viand Owing to the serious illness of Mrs. .Tarrett's nephew, Mr. Edwin Greer, on- ly the immediate relatives and most intimate friends were included among the guests. .The bride has been a resident of Calgary for a number of years and has been well and favorably known in church and social circles. She was the recipient of many beautiful gifts. The groom's gift to the" bride was a very magnificent pendant of pearls; to the bridesmaid a sunburst of pearls, and to the flower girls pearl crescents. Mr. and Mrs. Fetterly went south to Lethbridge on the 5.45 train. Mrs. Fetterly travelled in a perfectly tail ored costume of royal crepe chiffon broad cloth, over a fashionably braided and a becoming hmt to cor- respond. (Calgary Albertan.) A very pretty and interesting wed- ding was solemnized at 211 Seventh street west, the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Collins, when Miss Minnie E. Smith, of Sherbrooke, Que., was married to Mr. Jesse 13. Waker, of Lethbridge. Miss Smith, wearing a very handsome 'travelling suit of mauve chiffon broadcloth, with hat to correspond, was given away by Mrs. J. S. Collins. The Rev. A. Coone was the officiating clergyman. Mrs. J. S. Collins was matron of honor, while little Vivian Collins, in a white silk mull frock and blue sash, made a charming little flower girl. Mr. D. Hay, of Lethbridge, attended the groom. The bride received very many useful and magnificent gifts. The groom's present was a beautiful gold chain and locket with diamond settings and collar pin to match. A dainty wedding breakfast was served at the conclusion.of the ceremony. The table appointments artisti- cally arranged, and pink nnd white j caniaiiuns made an effective decora- tion. Huge clusters of daybreak car- nations and southern greenery made all of the apartments very pictures- que and inviting. .Mr. and Mrs. Walk er went so.uth to ethbridge, where they will reside, on the 5.45 train. Interest Due This Month Edmonton, June first in- stalment of interest on the Alberta ami Great Waterways bonds, being the first yearly payment of interest on the bonds, ami amount- ting to something; like be- comes due and payable on tlie 30th of this month, and must be mei by the provincial government, who must pay all interest on the bon-ds of the rail- way until it is in operation. The only way, under present condi- tions that the government can meet this payment of interest, is by royal warrant, since the legislature is not, and will not be in session for some time, and the amount was not placed in the temporary'estimates .passed at the session just concluded. It will necessary to issue the royal warrant foe the amount almost at once. It is. understood that estimates passed for the maintenance of the de- partments is now almost exhausted, and that there is another money stringency at the government build- ings, with the civil servants again in waiting for their pay checks. It is probahle that a royal warrant cover- ing expenditure for salaries will also be found necessary. JUNE WEDDINGS We can furnish just what you want in WEDDING FLOWERS Mads up In the latest and most artistic style. Call and get our prices. The Terrill Floral Cor. Ashmead A. Dufferin Sts. Phone 577 ;