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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta J5sili THE LETHBRIDOB Frlflnv. .lime Ml. HH1. P Values at their greatest for this Friday-Saturday Sale CLARK! CO. Phone 453 Acadia Block Economy at its best for Friday-Saturday Sale Unmafchable Friday-Saturday Bargains kvsiy V T Big Days of Exceptional Value-Giving r In Every Department of This Busy Store bargain items of sterling worth and lowest values will fee ready in strong and convincing array sharo at hour to-morrow ior those who wlsh to take advantage savings; bargains that are seasonable and of character as to make it decidedly to your advantage to supply future as well as present needs The various lots concerned in this underpnced list were specially sdected on account of their suitabilitv to and their at regda, pricey in every Stance tHe example, dentate the effectiveness of the reduction, bv offeri Your money will not for along time be able Jo do you such Earh JusMmastae Fine Lisle Hose in 45c and 50c Qualities Selling Two Days at Qualities in Fine Fancy Dress worth nptoSoc The Scotch Gingham, are a lovely lot, in the newest plaids and check guaranteed absolutely fa.t dye, and just the proper thing for dresses waist. M that are -__r .r K waistt and children's wear; the fancy The limit of price cutting has been reached in this great hosiery sale, presenting easily the most important hosiery news ever published in Lethbridge. Even though may have a fair supply on hand, don't you think a'chance to let paw. Fifty odd dozen in the lot alf told, including every color one could with for; extra fine licle goods, full faihiontd. extra elastic, spliced and toes, double plain weaves-or-lace ankles, shown in a com' plate-range of from 8 1-2 to 10 im. Wonderful value for the selling. 25c Friday-Saturday Corset Sale 95c Regular Tallies. Shown in two popu- lar bust and medium length hips, and medium bust with extra long hip. Wonderful val- ues at the week-end sale price- Friday-Saturday Waist Sale 95c Regular Values. prints and embroidered muslins in the popular Gibson and neatly tacked styles and all the wanted .sizes. Triday-Satnrday Sale of and Underskirts 1.25 Regular Values. v Splendid Quality fine cambric goods, beautifully trimmed with .laces and embroideries. c, muslin, ar. of-excellent qualitie. and shown in splendid rn8e of Ready-to-Wear Stocks Must Be Reduced 20 p.c. off Choice of Our Entire Stock 20 p.c. off On sale Friday and Saturday only We carry no hold-overs in thif store. Stocks are forced but by a low prica 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 gplendldly "equipped department It included in this week-end all the in suits, coati, akirta and dreiies, repre- lenting the most attractive and popular atylei of the offering you the mott onticmg opportunity yet pretexted to supply your needs for immtdlats and future me at substantial tavinga. l v Your Choice Friday and day at 20 per cent, off We make alterations free and guarantee fit 'fSjrjr J A SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC ris, of Sunny Hill, for vocal and in- jRtrumental music. A short but able The-picnic given, by the district ,addre8s was 8iven by -Mr. Hooper, of Sunday schools at the Sundial school on the rearinir and training Rrounds was a very pleasant affair. iof children, laying special stress up- About two o'clock rhe delegates be- iOE llle responsibility of parents in gan to arrive, and by four o'clock the the mind of'the child so ab- grounds were filled by a joyful fandantly fed with pure wholesome crowd, bent .on. .having a good. time, that their natural tenden- Many games and innocent sports were cles irould lead them toward indulged in for a considerable time, ideals- vhen.the good. housewives who had i hope this is only a beginning so liberally provided an abundance >of other similar gatherings, as of delicacies to_. tempt the appetite tend to widen the bonds of served them with a free hand to a.y, strengthen the ties of finishing with a course of-most Intercourse, cious ice-cream, after which sports JVSoore, reeve of Dungannon resumed until about 7.30, when the people were called by Rev. Mc- CombJto assemble in the, school to lieten to a splendid programme of music, songs and recitations. TRYING TO DISCREDIT LAUR1ER IN BRITAIN free food agreement. Those who look upon the reciprocity agreement with disfavor are the privileged classes, the same persons who made the out- cry against the Lloyd-George-budget and the legislation which makes life !a little belter for the masses of the T T n A Ipeople. The disapproval of such priv- Umonist Press Assisting Canadian Conservative oartv llleged classes and interests is a credit -to Sir Wilfrid Laurier and the advo- cates of reciprocity. The revived claim of hostile inter- reciprocity negotiations (Special Despatch to the Herald.) ,and dangerous one, while the 6ntered township, died suddenly, aged 55. !Canadft tnat tog their rights to nave a say-In the j Wm. Carlrle, ex-P. S. Inspector for Government's reciprocity proposals, dictation of Oxford, is ming for alleged the back are Increasing .in public favor every- for _help fro A hurried What's In A Name HE FOR YOU This Competition Closes July 10th, 1911. in Opposing Reciprocity-Signficance of Magrath's Departure the Herald.) dangerous__________r_ _____ Ottawa, June reports Interests who are financing the of the United Kingdom as well tinue to come in' from all parts of anti-reciprocity campaign, are assert- to Canada- The farmers had ask- Sir Wilfrid for it in. his Western last year. He had promised to what he could. Tbe speech from rate o( ,5 ,or u not coi- inspected. He has fined to supponers of the Govern- tended at the outset to devote the lead j ly.for each school. .ment, and the organized opposition to er's attention exclusively to the West concluBlons have heen 'the expansion of Canadian trade but the reports of the organizers and no proposals .through the channels of the agree- showing the development.of .recW- Jf3CUSflon of the ment has been confronted with the ity sentiment in the Maritime Provin- JT P Ce' jnecessity of creating new amnfuni- 'ces, were accompanied -by an appeal Government to at ac tlon for, its A despatch take the Nova Scotia TlthOUt sacriffce of from Montreal early iu the veek stat- incial elections with a view If oossi- an arrangement ed that financial and corporate in-Ible, of securing some prestige th'ere- WhlCb Wil1 admlt roaiiy terests there had subscribed liberally [by. Accordingly Mr Borden goes Sf' products of the into ,to an immense campaign fund to :East, and will nave to take time to d StatC8 saUsfactolT the farmers' and vigor- frame his Western policy later. TO8" Friday-Saturday Neckwear Sale 15c Tallies Worth up to 45c. people.0116 fr6Sh and new aUd becomiQS the "majority yf Friday-Saturday Uiidervest Sale Pifgular 25c Fine ribbed lisle goods, short sleeves'or sleeveless- finished'- with trimmings of lace, and ribbon. nmsaed Friday-Saturday Sunshade Sale SI.45 Values AVorih ShowTi in the regular eight-rib or the new Jap twelve-rib shape a great variety of var- colors .with, lineu shades most promin- ent. ADMITTED TAKING OVER A MI.LUON DOLLARS Paris, June the trial of Fer- dinand Rue, ex-liquidator of the pro- perty of religious orders in the court of assizes today, he admitted that he secured but denied that he Had salted any. -Rne is ace-used of embezzling six million fraucs. A large amount'of'the property liquidated by him was that of the Christian Broth- ers. Rev. Spctz, of Waterloo, will represent. Canada at the convention of the1 Resurrectionist Fathers in Rome. CHILD FOUND LOST'SEVERAL HOURS Edmonton. 'June neigh- bors had searched all day'for four- year-old son, of Chas. Johnston, Alber- ita avenue', -the militia and" {turned out tonight "and started 'trt beat- the entire" bush of Hudson's Bay reserve into which the lad'had j strayed yesterday "afternoon. He TTRS {located late tonight sleeping in -a clamp of bushes undisturbed. grief stricken condition of the moth- er bad aroused jmblic sympathy and many prominent citizens turned out to assist-in the search. Come in and look these over: Uefrigerators from Screen Windows from 12.40 doz. ous efforts are beinir made by the wholesale distribution of antl-reclproc Considerable comment has .been oc- casioned by the departure of Mr. C. A. ity literature to effect agitation [Magrath, M. P., for the Coronation rware of against the arrangement which the When the plans for Mr. Borden's ,and Earl Grey was of the nego- tiations. The British v Government now discarded annexation cries utter- The Parliament were notified. pans or r. orden's Western tour were announced from JTnere WM no concealment of the in- tentio11 of -the government. There Screen Doors from 11.25 Hammocks from 11.75 ly failed to do. Jn fact, the campaign Conservative headquarters, it was stat l of the interests, as conducted to the Jed that Mr. Magrath would assist his 'Was a 8UrPrise- But present, shows signs of collapse un- ['leader on the tour a matter of lthe fact tbat Canada jder the growing popularity of the ag- jfact Mr. BoMen finds himself unable as it becomes better known, to "take a single .one of his Eastern further monied efforts are to be with him, except Mr An- j made to keep it alive. [drew Broder. Dundas fanner But jt consisted in better than had been Arthur Hayr j IOardsh and AMIONCE. Mr. Borden's western trip will be The latest attempt of tbe anti-red- Awaited wltb interest Tip to the pre- ipnxjjty campaign Is an endeavor to sent no one knows upon what policy. Imake It appear, through Engli.h Tar- jif any. the Conservative leader will Iff Reform tvnn, that Sir appeal to the Western electors. He -Wilfrid Laurier discredited in Eng- thas denied as "a pure indention" a land because of the rwciprocHv newspaper forecast inttmatmg thct 'ment Discredited, with ln of with British which showering attention, upon him, and .ff re-'whlch trade with effort, to from any wbole world, and therefore jstatement as to bis .position have thus doe, not object to ;ar been unsuccessful. A. a matter of more freelv with tbe UnH THOUSAND POUNDS PRIZE FOR BEST SAFETY LAMP Ottawa, June order to en courage the production of safe and ef- ficient- types of electric lamps for miners, a colliery proprietor has placed at tbe disposal of the secretary of state-for the home department si sum of one thousand pounds sterliug offered for the best lamp filling Certain requirements. Ttfe Mature of the requirements and other particu- lars In connection with the competi- tion for the prize may be obtained Iron) the department of external a5 fairs at Ottawa. ;