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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ?v THE LETHBRIMB DAILY HlEBALT> Thursday, June J Values at their greatest for this Friday-Saturday Sale CLARKE CO. PHOM4S3 Acadia Block Economy at its bell for this i; Friday-Saturday Sale Unmatchable Friday-Saturday Bargains Two Big Days of Exceptional Value-Giving In Every Department of This Busy Store Bargain items 01 sterling worth and lowest values will be ready in strong and convincing array sharp at the opening _ hour to-morrow ior those who wish to take advantage of the savings; bargains that are seasonable and of such unusual character as to make it decidedly to your advantage to supply future as well as present needs The various lots concerned in this underpriced list were specially selected on account of their suitability to present needs and their unbeatable values at regular prices. In every instance the Friday-Saturday bargain prices reflect an attractive saving, and the follow- ing examples demonstrate the effectiveness of the reductions by offering opportunities to save from one-quarter to one-third Your money will not for a long time be able to do you such Early Just Imagine Fine Lisle Hose in 45c and 50c Qualities Selling lor Two Days ait 25c The limit of price cutting has been reached in this great sale, presenting easily the roost important hosiery ever published in Lethbridge. Even though you may shave a fair supply on hand, don't you think this is too rare a chance to let 25c Fifty tome odd dozen in the lot all told, including tvery color one could wish for; extra fine Hale goods, full fashioned, extra elastic, spliced heels and toes, double soles, plain or lace anklet, shown in plete range of ladies' from, 8 1-2 to 10 int. Wonderful value for the two-days telling. Beautiful Qualities in Fine Scotch Ginghams and Fancy Dress Muslins'worth up to 35c Two-Day Sale 15e Whether you need them just now or not, this is an opportunity you cannot afford to let pass; goods of this character are in the year round and qualities such as these, being always in demand, are rarely boueht at a bargain cnardccer are m UBe The Scotch. Ginghams are a lovely lot, shown in the newest plaids and' check effects, in colors that are guaranteed absolutely fast dye. and just the proper thing for- dresses., waists and children's wear' the fancv muslins ape of excellent qualities and shown in a splendid range of various colors. 15c Friday-Saturday Corset Sale 95e i Regular Values. Shown in two popu- lar bust and medium length hips, and medium bust with eitra long hip. Wonderful val- ues at the week-end sale price. Friday-Saturday Waist Sale 95c Regular Values, Ginghams, chambrays, prints and embroidered muslins in the popular.Gibson, and neatly nicked styles and all the wanted sizes. Friday-Saturday Sale of Gowns and Underskirts 1.25 Regular 11.75 Values. Splendid duality line cambric goods, beautifully trimmed with laces and embroideries. Ready-to-Wear Stocks Must Be Reduced >c off Choice of Our Entire Stock af Suits, Coats, Skirts, and Underskirts. 20 p.c. off On sale Friday and Saturday only We carry no hold-overs in this store. Stocks are forced out by a low price- impetus during the season for which they were bought, no matter what price they bring. That hurry-along process is under way now in the Ready-To-Wear Section, and if a saving of one-fifth regular value appeals to .you, you will supply your needs during this week-end sale. Everything throughout this splendidly, equipped department is included in this week-end the newest styles in suits, skirts and dresses, rep re-" Mnting the most attractive and popular the season, you the most enticing opportunity yet presented to supply your for immediate and future me at substantial savings. Your Choice Friday and Satur- day at 20 per cent, off We make alterations free and guqrantee the fit Friday-Saturday Neckwear Sale 15c Tallies Worth up to 45c. Jabots. Dutch and stock collars a great variety of choice, everv one fresh and nea- and becoming to the majority of people. Friday-Saturday Underrest Sale 2 -lor 35C Regular 25c Values. Fine bed lisle goods, short sleeves or sleeveless; finished with trimmings of ]a.ce and ribbon. Friday-Saturday Sunshade Sale Values' Worth up to Shown in the regular eight-rib or the new Jap twelve-rib a great variety of var- 'ious; colors with linen shades most promin- ent. SOLDIER KILLED AT CALGARY -Calgary, June Gibson, a member of the army service corps, was kill- ed at the militia camp this morning when, he fell among: the feet of his team while driving a load of hay into camp. Gibson formerly liv- ed at Fort William where he leaves a wife and family. He has a brother in Calgary. LORD ROBERTS TO INSPECT CORONATION CONTINGENT London, June Roberts will inspect the Canadian Coronation contingent tomorrow. Lord Kitchen- W will inspect them on Monday, June 19th. I.O.O.F. GRAND LODGE OFFICERS Cranbrook, June last even- ing's meeting of the I. O. O. F. Grand Lodge the following officers were elected: W. EL CulHn, Grand Master, Victoria; W. A- Johnson, Deputy, tirand Master, Vancouver; R. D- Dud- ley, Grand Warden, -Ferale; Fred Da- vey, Grand Secretary, Victoria; Harry Wnite, Grand Treasurer, Cranbrook: J. G. Cavalsky, Grand Representative. FINE BANK FOR MOOSE JAW Moose Jaw, June for a forty thousand dollar Bank of Mont- real (building here are being advertis- ed for. COUNTRY IS IN FINE SHAPE Recent Rains Have Done Immense Amount of Good C. G. Croft, editor of the Taber Times, was in the city yesterday at- tending the convention of the Asso- ciated Boards of Trade. Speaking of the crops in the Taber district, sai'l that they were now in such stage of advancement that there he NOT ANY BETTER IN DENVER "We don't do it any better in Den- were the very complimentary remarks made by City" 'Engineer Merry weather, in speaking of'the flre brigade trial run "today before the delegates of the Associated of Trade. The alarm was rung in about 12-15 and Mr. Merry weather was waiting at the fire station to sec the Loys perform. The whole brigade was out of the station in close to fifteen I seconds after the alarm was rung iu, j and were on the spot at the Victoria What's In A Name? Stephens' A garbage' I IIII K'QQ __ 113.00.______ FOR YOU This Competition Closes July 10th, 1911. Come in and look these over: Refrigerators from Screen Windows from 12.40 doz. Screen from Hammocks from Arthur Hayr AMIONIE. very- little cause of worry as to theUi, _ i Mansions corner m less than one min- outcontc among the farmers. Their! ute, North Lethbridge brigade arriv- n, j j i in? simultaneousJv. Mr. Merrvweath- dav and Tuesday nights and the V i er was an interested spectator of the received a surplus of Ai ture on both occas.onsVith another thc fire good rain when the giain is in bead, Mr. Groff says that there is not the least doubt about there being one1 and one-half million bushels' in" tbe imruediate district surrounding Tab- er. W. R. Dobbin received word yester- day that there had also been soak> ing rains at Noble on both Monday ami Tuesday which have relieved the stream on the the farmers. Blade Spring Ridge, east of also bcnefiUed by good rains on both occasions and there will be more i wej as MINERS' LEADER WILL SPEAK HERE LOCAL BUDGET MARKETS GRAIN. MARKETS Winnipeg, June and A. E. Hayee, vice president of the International Mine Workers' Union of America, was to have arrived in the city this afternoon to speak to tbe mlncra, but somehow, he did not ar- rive on tbe-'three o'clock train but phoned to L. Moore, the secretary of i the old the local union that he would come! there was a'party camping, and sec- j on the afternon tram tomorrow. The ing a paiVo[ ]asses ne Miners' Band will meet him upon his h arrival and he win speak to the min-lhomc wlth tncm- ers at the Miners' Hall at four o'clock i hira ilow, n the afternoon. On ng he will speak in Pythias hall to an. open meeting and all'-are invited to attend. Thr bank clearings _ for the week ending this morning amounted to 37, as compared with the j American markets as week before which amounted to! WINNIPEG opened This is a decrease ovcrj97 7'8. closed-97 1-8; last'week, but an increase over the j, c ?se fI weckv before which amouated to'jj.J cloee'd 37; October opined "1-S, j closed 36 3-8. opened 2.20. A little lud five years of age, wasjcJoeed 3.20; October closed 1.75- playing baseball a few days ago near j N Northern 2 North' Ward, where i t American Options wheat'opened His mother asKerl 193 ciosed 93 7-8; September open- and Jed 92, closed 91 5-8; December opened. 1 ,1-2. closed' 91 7-fl .wheaf opened- opeiied 87 opened. came to get them Saturday even- j the Knights oi. the BoUee' k'ationrin North Ward z a large experience in that connec- tion. All the delegates were also im- pressed with the excellent manner in which the run -was made and praised Fire Chief Hardy for the capable manner in which he handled the bri- gade. HAYS SEES TWO HUNDRED MILLION 1USHEL CROP Winnipeg, June M. Hays returned today from the coast. He grain harxcsted in that district than predicts a two hundred million bushel eyer D. Needham, of Bow Island, reports that this district has had fine show- ers this week, and crops could not look better. In some cases winter wheat is three feet high and spring wheat twenty inches. J-fe predicts a great crop. CANDIDATES Cobourg, Onu, June Nor- thumberland yesterday nominated C. A. Munsori, ex-mayor of Cobourg (or the commons, and Hugh McCullough. Hamilton township, for the legislature, to oppose the present liberal members, J. B. McColI, M.P., and Sam M.P.P. wheat crop and says that tenders the G. T. P. hotels at Winnipeg'wid Edmonton, will be called for at Kcp with 'an "accident-, lie was briv'ing alpng London Road and the horse' shied and ran up on the toulevatd 'and dumped him" breaking his arm-ami giving him, a few bruiser upon! his Face and arms. STEAMERS TIED UPOT STRIKE London, June was announced this evening that the White Star line and Seamen's Union had arranged to settle their difficulties, the White Star conceding an advance of 52.50 a month in wages, to all employes in-, volved. This is one-half the amount portico for which the company demanded by the strikers, j made application 'to tbe city council Some Tied Up granted and is contained in New >orlt, June special ca- ble from Southampton says: "The i strike Is spreading slowly "to various minor ports. Cary, the manager of the White Star line, says the crews' will be paid off and the ships will e lie up in Southampton until the trou- rams of tlie labt few days nave start' reportecl to be improving. The Alberta Loan .-Tne neavy drives on T ed many and other rivers according to reports received in this -city. In manv in- stances drives' are about to be aban- doned, iMany thousand dollars will be saved to lumbermen, but M persons Injured, sessioi. 10 PRICE FOR CHURCH Montreal, June Sun Life Insurance Company today purchased Knox church at the corner of Dorches- ter and -Mansfield streets. The pur- price S150.000, of which 000 Is paid in cash and the bat. ance. in seven years, during which time the company win not pot- ;