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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, LETHBRIDGE DAILY H EH A Ladies'High Grade Suits at V The most imporlant Suit Sale announcement of-ths season. The reductions range from and dvcry-suif hicliKlcd in this event is the balance of our regular slock, of this very season's most approved styles and-mcst .fashionable materials. Regular Colors, navy, Ian, black, grey and mahogany, including Gabprdin.es, Serges, Tweeds and Worsteds. for the balance of this week'only. .ANY SUIT IX OUU Regular worth to All these are Dresses of this season's designing, ex- cliisive in character and tasteful as well as dressy in" ap- pearance'. They conic in fine Voile, Pique, fancy duck making charming dresses appropriate for out- doors-wear. lion .in cypry purchase made at Ihis sale. Not one dress worth Jess'than to. 'T SPECIAIV PRICE Big Reductions on Whitewear The Roy a! Store... Southard Block. Household Furniture Which must bo sold, will take place in the KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HALL, Ground Floor, on Friday Afternoon, June 19 AT 2 P.M. SHARP Instructed by two families, who are leaving tho city, also some of my'own, I will sell by Public Auction Hip; foHbwJriE'V-: 12 Diners .10 Wash Stands 2 Sewing machines 2 Extension Tables 5 Kllohon .Tables 2'.Fall .Loaf. Tables 6 Centro .Tables x .10 Bedsteads 1G Springs 12 Mattresses SO Pillows 2.1 Sheets 18 Bed Spreads 2'! Pillow -Slips 12 Pnlr 'Blankets 12 Pair Lnce Curtains Numlicr of nlliuls Carpeting Number of, Largo Rugs: Number of Small Tings Harbor Chairs' Glass Show Case, Cabinet 2 Kitchen Cabinet Oil Cook Range 1 Upholstered 4-pleco Parlor Suite 'V Kitchen Chairs Dining n'oom Chairs Washing''Machines Dishes and Olasa Sets Cooking.Utensils Ami other too numerous to mention, TERMS CASH. Dirt you hear the loving Pass it on ,ikc tho singing or a bird Pass it on Let its music .live and grow, it cheer another's woo, You have reap'd.wliat others sow, Pass it one. Have you lounil llie.iieavunly light? Pass it on Souls are eroiiiiig in the night, Dayligbt gone Hold Ihy lishtril Innip on high, lie a star in some one's sky, He may live who else would die Pass it ca. Mrs. J. A. .lackson and children leave on' Monday to spend the sum- mer in the cast. Mr. antl Mrs. K. Chaplin arc re- over the arrival of. a son on Saturday, -June 13th. Assisting Mrs. P. J. Nolan, the regent oi the Colonel Macleod Chap- ter of the Daughters ot the Empire, to receive at the rose ball on Thurs- day niglit al tin! Hotel Palliser; Cal- giry, will be Mrs. J. A: Lougheed, Mrs. Macleod.and Mrs. Woollcy.-Dod. Mrs. Charles E. Morris, 1 Strath cona Court, will receive, on Frirta; afternoon lor the first time sine coming to Lcthbridge. GUS Miss Bertha Hcarnc has gone to Salt Lake City to spend a couple of mouths with her sister. Mr.' and Mrs. Reniiard andj '-'son left today, on an extended visi to Bnglaud. we're issued :tlie Aquatic club for: the second dance of the season, which'.will be lield ii the new'boathoiisc on'Thursday even ing, June 25th. Tho Premier and Mrs. Clark Dennis, and Raymond' Sitton will lie guests at the Palliser .an' the hall in Calgary tomorro' evening............. and Mrs. J. E. Wodell, of Cal gary, motored to the city and spen the week-end with Mr. Wil Ham Bailey. 'Miss Bessie llazell, bf Vancouver who has been a guest with Mr. an Mrs. A. G. Oliver, leaves for home a the. first, of the week. iSlje will.be ac compdm'cd-nome by''Mrs.- A-v-'Gv 01 ver? who will make an.GxlGr.dci.yisi in Vancouver. Mrs. Joseph Adams, of 904 Bt Are., S., has had sweet peas bloom in her. garden' ipp. .the .pa: three days, and would tie -pleased- know if she has the honor of; bein the possessor pi tile first of the sea son to he grown in the city; The Young Ladies class _of church and their friends enjoyed picnic at Henderson Lake yesterday The weather was ideal for 'the even and the sixty guests present' spent happy time in. canoeing, baseball -an other games. An appetizing menu wi served at the tea hour, i to -which a .did'justice.. Snap shots grot were ami altogether a perfec' ly good time was in order. In honor of Mrs. King, whose ll'u band has just come to Calgary as a sistant manager of the Bank of Con merce, Mrs. Noiirsc is entertaining a Lhe, tea hour on News-Telegram, A quiet wedding was solemnized "a Wesley parsonage 'yesterday by Rev. G. II. Cobbledick, when Mi- Ida" Chapman, of-Portland, ,pregp_ was united in marriage to Mr. 0 car Munroc Stone, of Calgary. Mr. and Stone will remain, the city for a short lime and wi later reside in Calgary. Bliss-.-Dorothy Pethick, a disti guished guest, who :is- visiting Va couver at present, at a luncheon given by tfie sulfra societies of Vancouver at :thc Ho1 Dunsmuir, attended by upwards two hundred supporters, wore li prison pin, tlie badge of honor British militant suffragists. M Pethick at once attracted the atte tton ot every eye as. she rose speak, and the tones of lier cnltulet ringing voice will long he rememho ed bj: those who followed with a tontion her eloquent -utterances-. C: ndian women, siie said, had warm the hearts of the women .of EngU by their tokens of sympathy and os- si'stance in the light which-was heUjg' waged for political and economic free- dom and British women .had lian many occasions to feel cheered by the understanding- of the British iions which jiad grown up in Canada of recent years. She had felt it an In- spiration to travel across the co'nti- nent meeting women of all country and feeling as she conversed many that the women's -'movement was indeed universal. "There is notii- ing more said Miss Pethick, "than to attempt to'check the v'o- iiicn's Look to This Store for Your Greatest Buying Opportunities Thursday, Friday and Saturday I v Summer Nttds Attractively Priced for the 4 Buy a Bath Towel at Uc. Just iOO dozen ot these Pure Unon BtUi towels and white stripo, extra heavy, eizo-20x40. A special that IB sure to 4 Afk appeal to the housewife. Each.... Stunning New Belts, 75c 30 of theso chic new Silk Belts, with Wo tabs; handsomely finished with silk 7Mfj tassels. Dlack only Aiid Silk Hosiery at25c Pure Silk Boot only; 50 lioz. pairs to clear out. These are a line OCn that sells regularly at 50c. Pair... fcyV. The New Frillings Two big nenaps in smart new Frillings. Comes in cream, black and white. Values up 20 cent to 75c. values Parasols to Carry Away parasols for children, the newest Bhapes; frilled style, in sky, pink, red and blue. Values AC (i Values up f" to 75c to J1.00 Ladies' Dresses, Ladles' one piece Dresses, in plain color. Also a bevy ot pretty checks and stripes, good materials. Dresses Uiat Bold from J4.00 to C J QR Clearance Price Chic New 95c A table of these charming Ma- terials ao-e white pique, voilo, crepe, lawn ind vesting; wide range of styles. QCft Lone shoulder. Regular Jl.60......_ w.w V Corset Special, 59c Not many of these 16 pairs all told. 'Summer net. Style Is'long" hip with four hose supports. Regular 7Bcv value Children's Dresses Children's Wash Dresses in ginghams: chamDrays. Plain colors and ehecks and stripes, all pretty styles Jap Mats-Just 20c These '.Matting Rugs are suloudid for sum- mer bedrooms, kitchen, hath rooms, etc. Green, tan and red, reversible., OOft 27xM. Regular 35c CUU And Matting; 1-2 Price .Tap Slatting In neat 'red and green stripe, one roll only: half price. 1 yard 4 9JLp wide. Regular 25c Curtains 1-2 Price Noveliy. Curtains, single the reason. All now styles, just about 12 pairs In Just V. ff 4 C to CO Keg. ,lo 515. I 5c Buys These Plates A clean up of these Plates. Bread and Butter, Tea, Breakfast. Dinner, Oatmeal and Soup Plates; blue design in.Semi-Porce- lain. Buy any quantity you desire Cp All one price. Each Inlaid Linoleum 85c Inlaid Linoleums, give exceptional wear. Color goes right through- to back. Wine range of designs. Square yard Small Prices Reign Supreme in Our Phone 313 Grocery Department Phone 313 2 CAMS CANS BART. LETT 'PEARS 9Tfn ian 9.LOVIP'" 31c I-ID <-rtU vu." "LEAF SALMON. CAN LOBSTER MONK AND GLASS'CUSTARD O< POWDER......fc I V 27p MONK GLASS IS FtE 2 CANS 2 CANS PEACHES 1 JAR ROBERTSON'S BRAMBLE A JELLY t 1 JAR ROBERTSON'S RED CUR- Olif' RANT JELLY Smtv 4 AN IDEAL DELICACY, DRESSED CRABS PER CAN GORGONZOLA LIMBURGER CHEESE 3 POUNDS CHRYSTALf CREAMERY BUTTER...... ROQUEFORT CHEESE, per IS. KIA-ORA, PURE' LEM- ON JUICE, DOZEN LEMONS BOTTLE 99c for These Shirts Men's Negligee Shirts in plain colors, alio white witi colored stripe; double cuKj and collars. All sizes 93 C Regular J1.50 Summer Underwear Stanfiamiopular summer weight .Silk arid WoSlHMtwwear, Color cream. AH sizes. .Regular 99 C Per garinent Hose Sale Jlei's Coffo'h and Lisle HaKHose in plaiji a i-ange of fancy effectB. _ AU sizes. Worth 25c and 350 C1 QQ 5 ipaire "W Wash Salts, 89c Bays' Wash Suits in Buster Brown, Rus- sian and Sailor styles. Bloomer pants; eizes to fit boys up to (i years Regular ?1.50 NEW SHIPMENT OF FRUIT JARS JUST RECEIVED A Tempting List of- Sam- v mer Beverages from? Our Wine PepK -'.Case two dozen quarts CaBG of two dozen 'pints (JUINE8S STOUT :Best imported brand Per dozen OATMEAL STOUT Per dozen GRAPE JUICE A refreshing summer drink, bottle 1 PHONE 613.' f Men's Oxfords, Bos Calf and Tan Willow popular exact "K" make, receding toe, est lasts sizes (i to 9H Regu QA lar 15.50 and ?6 00 Men's Tan Bluchers Jlea'siTan Calf Bluchers, sniart, dressy' models for present wear, newest lasts. Sizes Qlf, to "JEtesutar Sj'ifl Ladies' Vid Oxfords Ladies' Vici'. Oxfords patent tip medium heels all ff 4 Qft sizes; regulai J" Ladies' Bluchers Ladies' Gunmetal Bluchers, medium heels high toe, very stylish model, CO 58.50' value, sizes ORDER FRUIT JARS" NOW------ i TODAY and all intcrcstod ;are cordially in- vited, i The !of; tho Alexander Gait Chapter of .the Daughters of the Empire arc reminded of the short business meeting tomorrow afternoon al i o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. a special meeting of the Ladies' Aid of Westminster church yesterday afternoon, the time was spent in arranging (or the refreshment booth, Vhtch the ladies purpose holding at the exhibition grounds during the [air. The teachers of Knos Sunday school are reminded of the meeting 'at the close of prayer meeting to- night, to make final arrangements for Clubsnnfl Societies.r The Willarct W. C. T. U, at three o'clock tomorrow in jte Ifitlli Avenue llaplist church. A lull attendnnco of. the members is DON'T SWAT THAT FLY and leavo germt to Kittered throujh your hoiiK. USE WILSON'S M PUS kill both the flit i and Sold by all Crown all over Canada. the, annual picnic-on Saturday next at Henderson Lake. A 'special and particularly import- ant meeting of the Central W. C. T. U. will he held tomorrow af- ternoon at the home- oi Mrs. Charles McClcnaghan, corner Sixth avenuej and Twelfth the members are asked to make a point of attend- ing, as -milch special business must be dealt .With at 'fills meeting. flu- cohceri "to' be held in- .evening under the thi? ;Vvpmen's Missionary society siioiild lie. yery well attended, on acooiint of: linn program to be rendnreii! A silver collection will be taken. The program'.will be as fol- lows': Pianoforte Musical Box" :v "Caris- Young. -on tM "Queen of'the pianoforte splp-rMrs. Patterson. button. Sqio, "Happy; Simm. Solo, Two inalo qunrtettas will also be given, and-the concert starts-at 8 o'clock. each So and. the number placed on the .list .this morning is about the -same .as yesterday during the same hours.., -'.On' -Monday 18H2 day's contribution1 .Vas .'1254. The Tuesday's -contribnttM' was. 1254. The last lis't had registered voters, so that -with on this morning makes' lisfc: al.ready about 200 greater 'than tlur'proyious one'. Very few .certilfcatqs. pf. were 'issued a't biwtlisr and, tratlon generally .has so, Jar, passed oil smoothly.. ''fomar-roiv .all oiycc-j lions w'ilKbe'riisislcred-nnd a .better! idea will'. be: formei list. Winnipeg, 1 o'clock this afternoon aubul thirdj thousand names had been in .Winni- peg's three .divisions in preparation for the election on July 10. expecteil that when Hie registration is completed tonight at 10 .o'clock close to another ten thounand will have been added io the list. Brokers Removie Oftices The Cardston Investment VCff., 'iti., and' :Kimball. joint stockbrokers', Jiave .rejnpv'edj" thejr brokerage business t from stand ron FJith. street. Souilu to.-the ter company's: 117" and U1S Sherlock Building. ____ Brandon, Juno tion ot voters.'for the its laht day 'this today the n'.imb'e'r.'p'n" tliV'list list liad been passed by and.it Is fully.expected vhen the booths close at ten tonight'there will he about 3800 votes- iii Ursjiidon ready lor the elections' on July .Iff. The number registering. hM, fairly constant TVl 1 Kibbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER ask for Blue Ribbons. Coffee and Bak- ing Like all Hlbbou pure food, pro- ducts are of the highest quality and are sold guaranteed to give every satisfaction or K other- wise flic purchase price will be refunded. ;