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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. 'JUNE 18, BARGAINS BENTCEY COMPAY Special Snaps in YafUage Gtxis and Domestics. All Seasonable Merchandise piit forward to add further interest to Fri. Sat. Buyers. You Save Money on all these Lines Hotel and Apartment House Keepers Wjll lind it worth their while to glance over the following items: jlfeAVY ENQLiSH DAMASK BED j t SPREADS V ..'Full sized Spreads of neat design, cicelicnt wearing'quality.- Regular Friday and Saturday C4 9R Bargain titJE LATEST SPREAD "THE DIMITY" Plain dimity stripe Spreads, from they derive their name, excep- tionally neat; a. splendid spread for. Slimmer use; selling price ordinarily Friday and Saturday Bargain Price Hemmed Sheets ".Fiill sized Sheets, made to stand laundering. Ordinary selling price, per pair. Friday and Saturday Bargain Price, per pair... i'Dolly Varden" Crepes j 20c I5c yd. A new airnal ol Summer Crepes, white groundb, with neat hair line jstupes with dainty floral designs in similes of tan, pink, grey, worth ongiiul price Friday and Saturday 15C Bargain Price, pel yaiu..... Seasonable Groceries Make tour (looking Light in Hot Weather. PORK AND BEANS Vaii Cahip's 6r Snider's, 2 for .'...................25C Van Gump's or Snider's, ODD LINES IN OJLlVES TO CLEAR o oz. 8 oz. bottles 10 04. 8 oz bottles, stuffed......20c 10 oz. bottles, stuffed .....-25c NOEL'S bottle 3 for FRENCH tins LIME bottle 35C 45C GRAPE JUICE Pints .........35C Quarts Half (jiO LEMONADE POWDERS 10c HEALTH SAIsTS FRUITS VEGETABLES Shipments' of Strawberries; Cher- Peaches, Rhubarbj Ganthlpiipd; Tomatoes, feeets and Asparagus arriv- ing daily. Towels Colored Turkish Towels, size 42 by .21, splendid towels; 35o each ordinary piice Friday and Saturday C Bargain Price, each Men's Lisle Combination Sails, Fr Men's White Twill Nigftgowiis, values. Friday and Pillow Cases Hemmed Pillow Cases of good quality cambric; ordinary 25c value. Friday and Saturday 20C Bargain each Special Purchase of Silks for Fri. and Sat, 75c Silks that will certainly make a quick Clearance. Plain Messalines, striped Messaliues, plain Tamolines and fancy Silks. The shades arc navy, grey; brown and red. The silks are a first quality material and splendid wearing fabrics. Friday and Saturday 35c Bargain Price, per yard Children's and Misses Summer Mats An avalanche of new Hals for the "kiddieSi" Light and cool headwear for the scorching days to come- White Canvas Hats, Mexican Straws, each.20c 2oC Shepherd Check Hats, assorted shapes, each.............. 7oK Tan Canvas Hats, each...... Boys Wash Suits Striped tan, Copenhagen 01 neatly finished collar aiid uifls. Regiibi pate Friday and Saturday 1 CQ Bargain Price Striped Galatea, assorted shades, embroidery trimmed collar cuffs. Friday and Saturday C1 QQ Bargain Price, for J Mgain Price, Saturday Bargain Price, 95c THE COMPANY, Limited MILADI Phones Res.lil5 Office 1224 Hostcsiaes taniofi'p'W Mrs. Charles E. Strath- cona Courfcj for the first time in Lethhridge. Mrs. George Hope, and daughter, ol tiiis city.ilbavc on Saturday a visit to England. They will attend the wedding of a' friend-in Montreal cri rnlite. Jr Wiilianisp.arid jliss" are 'in Calgary, a' tiending the.. fifth- annual mectiTig; or. jtlie' AlBctta faaptist AVo- which -is in 'Toronto'Is the gilest" of bis brother, Ernest S. Jackson and Mrs. Jnckaon. Airs. Bi W, Luckiiardt is a guest1 with Mrs. G. H. Fleming, Strathcona Court. Mr. A. Muuroe left yesterday for N.3., hla old h.bnie, for a visit, after an absence of twenty-nine years. Mis Begin of, Winnipeg, who has been staying with Miss Downer, leaves the first of the week for Bal: four, B.C., and will later be a guest at Westminster House, en route; home. Mrs'. G. W. Allen has as her guests' her sister, Mrs. John Scott, and her and Mrs. Coghlin of Us-' towel, 'Ont, and MM. Yoctim and child of Medicine Hat, who are en routq to. the coast. Mr. and Mrs. John H. MacLcoii of formerly of St. an- hounce the engagement of their dau- ghter, Marian (Minnie) to Mr. Fred- rick S. Cressweirbt Edmonton, Alta., formerly of Toronto. The marriage will take place In Lethbridge early In July. One of the most the June weddings in Rochester, was that of Miss Florence D6rothy Forbes, daughter of Professor George M. boug- !as Killam; Ph.D., professor in the University of Alberta, in; Edmonton, Alta. Sirs. J. N. Ritchie and little son have gone on a visit to Vancouver and other coast cities. Mrs. Joe Bonfidlan, of 618 Fifth St., S.j has had sweet-peas in bloom for 8 days past and Mrs. Swingler, 310 Thirteenth St., N., has had them in bloom over a week. These in answer-to the! request in yesterday's :c61uriin', Mrs. F. Cblphiari entertained a few ot tiie younger set at .a thimble tea yesterday in courtesy. Wcdd, of is. a guest with Mrs. W. Ill Seatle.'MISS Phyllis Iliginbotham assisted the hostess. .Mr.'and Mrs. Simpson j. Shepherd, of Lethbridge, have arrived in the city for the rose hall and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. :J. Palmer, Elbow Herald. Tonight KEYStONK Starland poured lea, and Mrs! cut .tile Ihe dainties ivere J Roland Mrs. -V. and Mrfi. Ear! Roberts. Mrs'. Reynolds, was tbe laison d1 etfe oi surprise party at her home last evening; The ladies of Knox choir presented her with a miscellaneous and many and beautiful were the gifts presented by the, guests. Later in the evening the men of the choir and .the ushers appeared and .present- ed the honor guest with a lovely sil- ver -cream and sugar. Miss Reynolds, though taken abso- lutely by surprise, acknowledged the gifts in a neat little speech of thanks. The time was pleasantly spent iii music and singing, a dainty menu, brought by the ladies of the choir, being served at the conclusion ft the evening. HOEFT Wesley parsonage was the scene of a quiet, wedding on Tuesday, June i 16th, when Miss Rose Hoeft was joined in marriage to Mr. Samuel White Stately, both of Florann, -Al- 'horta. Both bride nnd groom were un- I attended. I Mr. and Mrs. Stokely will reside at Florann, where the groom is a pros- perous farmer. WATSON A pretty wedding: took place Christ Church, Fernie, nt nine o'clock Tiiesdaj' morning, (he lirido's father, the Rev. W. Mi Walton officiating, when Mary .lane Catherine Walton was married to Mr. John F. Gllli.the 'only son of Mr. and -Mrs. George Gill, 61' Strlchen, Aberdoensh'ire, 'Scotland. The church was prettily decorated with palms, Jems and carnations. Mr. J. Lejlahd presided at the organ.1 This bride, who was given away by her uncle, Mr bridge at 2 o'clock. Pareuls and friends of the congre- gation am cordially invited and ev- eryone is asked to bring well filled laskets. Races, aquatic and other- sports will commence at three o'.ciock sharp, and refreshments will be'Served from foii'f to'six. [c .1 fit weti gallicr'ing'wfll'' he held iii hb basement ofitho-church. r the public market on Friday morning the Ladies' Aid of tiie Clirlst- ari church will have a booth of liotoe- niade cooking. A lawn social will be held at the i6me of Mrs. J. B, Gray, 1516 Fourth cropo meteor, and carried sweet peaj, rourin while the bride's youngest sister, Hel- aTenue Norl1'' in Wednesday, Mrs. .W. P.' Nelson, who is shortly Icr.ving for Calgary, was', the honor guest of a thimble tea, which claim- ed Mrs. A. J. Irving as hostess yes- tftrday, when about thirty gucsta were bidden. Mrs. A. B. Stafford eh, made a sweet lit Ho flower girl, and 'wore a, white embroidered dress with blue sash, and carried a basket of marguerites. The groom was supported by Mr, W. P. Burlhnd of iho Home Bank, Mr. and Mrs. Gill left on tlm 10.30 a.01. Canadian for Lake at S p.m., under the auspices of Westminster Sunday school. There will be no admission charge, and a giiod programme will be rendered and an orchestra will' supply- music. Should the weather'be wet; tho af- fair wfll be held at c FRIDAY SPECIALS Showing of New and Merchan- dise at Specially Attractive Prices For To-narrow Groceries for to-morrow at sharp savings Phone 313 2 CANS GREENGAGES 27c 2 CANS BART. LETT PEARS 3 1C 1-tb CAN MONK AND GLASS CUSTARD Of _ POWDER......C 1C can CLOVER 4 An LE-'.F SALMON. 196 MONK CILASG RASP- BERRY TRIFLE 2 CANS 27c 27c 25c CAN UOiSTIR 2 CANS PEACHES 1 JAR ROBERTSON'S BRAMBLE JELLY 1 JAR ROREHTCON'S RED CUR- Aif _ RANT JELLY IB I 6 AN IDEAL DELICACY, DRESSED CRABS if PER CAN 1UC QOROONZOLA 30c LIHBUR51R CHEESE 3 CHRY8TAL CREAMERY BUTTBRVi, ROQUEFORT CHESSE, ptr IS. KIA.ORA, PURE LEM- ON EQUAL TO 3 DOZEN BOTTLE 40c Inlaid Linos Inlaid for hard goes right through to the, 'back. qualities oil sale to- morrow, yard Japanene Mate Worth 350 Curtains Jap tan, green and red, splendid for 'bedrponii batirpofti, etc. Vz Pi'ice Single pair chrtilni, ill the ialest novelty styles, val- uesi from J3.00 to just 12 pairs CA Sl'.SO Clean .up of these blue semi- Porcelain Platei, bread s tea, dinner, qainieal ahii plates'. Air one price B'x -J3ai.il 96 Men's Men's Negligee Shirts in colors, US6 In nfripeii etteota, soft cuffs anil ogllar All sizes Oft A Regular 1150 996 Lisle Halt Hose Meiti Lisle Half Ilose in colors and fancy effeo's Splendid for present wear, 50 pairs on sale vvortfi to for1" Boys' Wad. Suite Bovs' Wash Suits Sailor, Buster and Russian BtSrlen, good cashing and hard wear ing materials, bloom er pants Summer Un'wear Stanfjeld'e popular Silk arid ool Underwear at small prices this end Cream color, regular AO j% garment 99B Men's Oxfords Men's B6J Calf and Taft Oifordp. popular el- act "K' models, receding toe, newest s Hegular 16 00 Price Men's Bluchers Tan Calf 20 Hair of tbete, mart, drerty lasts for street 6H to 10 AQ Regular 16 50 Ladies' Oxfords Viet Kid in bliietm style, patent live, medium lieel; all ft sizee rag 12 25 1 >O9 Ladies' Bluchers UnllSS'. Blubbers In tto ever popular Gunmetai, medium titgh toe, alt Regular1 values qll Dtesses Ladies' one -jpiete ISumriler Dresses, in plain. colors, also liretty .checkB and. stripes, all newest styles and materials: AVofth to JJC IsvV Chic New Waists ChaVining styles ili ladies' Waists, wnfte pique, voile, crepe, .lawn and vesting, long shoulders AQji 'Regular 'fl.'Sil" Slimmer Corsets Just a few pairs of these Corsets left; white fcoptll, foul supports a leg 75c value Children's Dresses Children's AVash Dresses in Glnghatas Chambrays, -plain colors, also checks and stripes. stjles Price O3U Wine Section; Cool Refreshing Drinks. Phone 613. LETHBRIDGE BEEB Case of 2 dozen quarts Case of t4 7JC 2 dozen Ill 9 GUINESS Best imported -brand, doz... stout per dozen GRAPE JUICE A cool refreshing drink per bottle 9V6 i 7C I I w Bath Towels 100 dozen of quality p'ure'lii els, grey and Eacfi Charming Belts Just 20 of .then Belts in blink only, cot with two tabs and hliWsomely finisbed trtth silk tassels 199 Silk Hosiery Pure Silk Boot black onl.r. tomorrow at less than.usual. Sells at 50o Price iu ..unuiii. 25c Chihlren's Parasols Children's Parasols In' pretty sliapes, trilled stjle In sky, red and blue values up to 'DC Values up to H.0'0 60c Newest Frillings effects in FrUUnf; creim and white effects; 20c valuei Values up to 9A0ft roc CMC MUD LAKE OIL STOCK SELLING HEAVILY Macleod, Alta., "June last- minute, rush of citizens eager to buy stock characterised the withdrawal at nine o'clock last night of the first-is sue of sliares-of ten cent stock of the Lake Oil fields, Ltd, from the martet. The .contract for the. drill- inj. outfit of this comiiny -was fioied >pstpr8ay and it Is expected that the second Issue of stock which being put on the market at twenty ttrr cents will oefeadiij taken up The second Issue -nil! be a verj small one, and a good portion of it has already been spoKe the north Tonight KEYSTONE? We are represented on die 800? of the Calgary Oil Exchange and can ouy and sell for our patrons at any hour of the day. The prices will be the best obtain- able, either buying or selling. Lethbridge Oil Brokerage Co., Limited ;