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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta r, i n n iv i fAGK BAR- GAINS BENTIY CO. v Special lines from all departments. reductions on high-grade merchandise. Friday and Saturday are sure to be busy days Be on hand and make selection early '1 Women's Raincoats and Umbrellas At Clearing Prices Women's English Htiincoals. rubberized coats of splendid wcuring qualifies. A iuunbcr of different styles in navy or tun shade. Values up itV flkfi Bargain Black Sateen Underskirts 85 A desiring price of good qual- ity Eliick Sateen Underskirts. dust flounce. Reg. OCft Bargain Price Women's Umbrellas A strong seven ribbed Unibreilil with covering of 111 ix e d texture; a r r a n t e tl to wear; these .are usually sold at over." Friday and Sat- urdav CO PK price Men's Wear Specials Clearance of Men's Summer Straws .PANAMAS SENNETS. SPLIT STRAWS All .sizes. Hurry A splendid range to choose from, and sclept, while they last. Piece Goods Specially Priced New Beads J.Direet from the First Rpse, Bead Factory in llie world, Los Galifornis. HAT PINS NECKLACES SCARP PINS. Ladies' and Children's Shoes in the Bargain List CHILDREN'S WHITE .CANVAS Wi 111 ankle straps. All sizes. 'Friday and Saturday S1J.O Size 8 to 1.0 Friday .and Saturday .25 Size 11 to '2. Friday and Saturday to-GVt-.. Regular price CO OC splendid Friday and Saturday LADIES' CANVAS BUTTON A summer shoe for cool comfort. Regular Friday and. Saturday _____ T LADIES' RUSSIA CALF Ladies' and button bluchers, broad toe, regular Friday and Saturday MEN'S- AND BOYS' RUNNING SHOES at prices that will interest you. Children's AH Silk Hair Ribbon Bargain Price lOc a Yard All-the shades of the a good, quality Silk Hair Ribbon, usually sold at lac a yard, Iflp1 Your opportunity. Price 'per yard Grocery Specials for Friday and Saturday Lawtonherries, per Cherries, 'per- tin Gooseberries, per tin Cliivcrs' Ka'sp Jam We shall have a full line of Fresh Vegetables, and Fruits -for our customers. Prices and quality guaranteed. PLACE "YOUR ORDERS NOW FOR PRESERVING STRAWBERRIES AND CHERRIES 'Scotch Ginghams, 156 values, per yd. English Prints, loc values, per yard Apron Ginghams. 17y2c; values, per yd. lac Gingham Crepe, 15c per yard Cream Bedford Cord; 50c values, per yd. 40c Tan Linen, 44 inches, 6Sc values, per yd 50c Puritan JJet (wliite) 25c value, per yard 15c Curtain Net 35c value, per ..yard 25e Butcher's Linen, 25c per yard loc Unbleached Table Linen, 72'inches, regular 85c yard .75c 100 pairs Women's Silk Booted Hose Bargain Price 35c A splendid SilU Booted Hose, Jisle lop and fool, deep garter top, ordih- 50c and 75c a pair Your, opportunity; price Children's Silk Lace Sox Bargain .Price 25c a Pair A splendid Silk Socle in cream only, selling at lower than cost at..least 50c.-a pair: Your opportunity. Price per pair... CHILDREN'S LISLE LACE SOX Bargain Price 2 Pair for 25c Children's Lisle Lace Hose in'-pink, sky, white, Ian, broken sizes. -Sold usually at 20c a pair Your, opportunity. Price 2 pair'for Bathing Suits for the Family AY'OMEN'S LUSTRE Nqally Iriiiinied dark Indigo Bathing Suits CO value MEN'S CASHMERE One-piece Navy Cashmere Suits' fjil.OO value for BOYS' CASHMERE Just few lefl in Ihis lii Worth (ioc. Per Suit 45c Our Remnant Table A revelation of bargains of all kinds of Wash Goods. Cretonnes. Staples and Wool Goods, different- lengths, at ridiculously low prices. Buggy Duster Linen Dusters with fringe, natural shade, with neat stripe. value. Each ____ _____ New Fancy Neckwear Ndveliies at special discount for Friday and Saturday '20 per.cent, off usual prices McCall Patterns. lOcandlSc TheBentleyCo., Ltd. S McCall Patterns WcandlSc Friday And Saturday Specials 'Yl These money-saving word "bargain" in the Best and truest sense. They are cheap because worth is coupled with low price. You can save money here MEN'S TWEED PANTS N' Price....... MEN'S WORK SHIRTS Good colorings Pi-Ice BOYS' TWEED SUITS Smart styles Price...... MEN'S UNDERWEAR Summer weight 7ft Per Siiil 4> I I U MEN'S SOFT COLLARS Fine' Pique 2-for rs 89c s ,R 1.70 ARS 40c j I O ART SQUARES Slze'itx 9 -jji Regular CREAM WINDO.W SHADES, size 37x72 PLUSH MATS size i-eg.. LACE CURTAINS QQp yds, reg, U.25', CANADIAN "BEA'UTV ELECTRIC IRON Price LADIES' OXFORDS Viol Kid Por.'paic I MEN'S BOOTS All styles LADIES' QUNMETAL OXFORDS Regular BOX CALF SHOES For Isdies Per pair LADIES' SHOES Travellers samp- les size 4 only TAL 16 Specials in our Grocery Section Phone 3 1 3 GREENGAGES tins. 27c 2-tins 27c 75c TOMATOES 8 cans 1 FRENCH >EAS cans 35c LIWONS (ioien JAM ft pull ROYAL CROWN SOAP Per eir package fc "SALMON Clover Leaf "Iwv BOILED HAM OCft Per pound LAUD 3 pounds 45e 75c UARO C1 4fl 10 pounOj I and t -If values 9 11 I O LADIES' OUTING QCn LINEN HATS 99lf WHITE WASH SKIRTS Worth ANOTHER. LINE i ..WASH LEATHER NOVELTIES' js.po to '9 Ch'IL-bREN'S HAND Wortii 41.50 Specials from our Wine Section Phone 613 Lethbfidge Beei- of 2 dozen 7R Quails of 2 7K Pints I I 3 BUDWEISER 7C Pel Pints i? I I W SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFERi 1 Imperial Quart, Scctch i Bottle.Hare.Old.Part. _ 3 Bottles Beer 5 bottles foi S2.00 25c SILK HOSE 50c allies TRAVELLING SLIPPERS Fine leather 9 I >wU FINE CREAM BLACK AND WHITE FRILLINGS ID" and 20c :S .50 CHILDREN'S DRESSES Stamped Size 1 to S 'BURNT LEATHEft CUSHIONS 7C Regular 00 I Q LEATHER BURNT gftp Continuation of Factory Outlet Sale of Shoes MILADI Edited by "INO" Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 Sirs F M Horsan Dr RuthetforJ, Miss Kuthetford Mr and Mrs Leth- bridge, Mr. Bul- letin. FIT7GrjR HITZDL A qiiist uas solemnized by( Rev. 0. H. Cobbledick at Wesley, parsonage Jloltilay, June wlien Lena Wliitzel. was united in marriage; to .Mr.- Edward Onnail I of the citj police force Air and Mrs Fitzgerild vill reside i in tie cit} The German Liner.. Wllhelm. II Rammed by Steamer incemore POLICE CHIEFS WILL VISIT VANCOUVER NEXT "Winnipeg, Man., June ver was elected by a large majority as (he next convention city. of Hie Chief Constables association of Can- ada. Kehora, Sault Ste. Marie, Banff, Calgary and Winnipeg ..Were, In the running for tlie honor. The 'election of officers lakes place tills afternoon: ARSONETTES IN ANOTHER CHURCH OUTRAGE Belfast, Ireland, Juno nrson sciuad of. suffrnsettcs caused esteiisjve; thevKfiiMppal Cliurcli at BiirjyleBBeii, here, ;eariy today, flic entire destruction ofvtlie clnircli' was averted only'by the''timeiy. si'riv-. al of the 'sexton, wbc> succeeded in-cx- UngulBhing the flames. He found quantities of burning jrttfoleum, fire lighters, grease and. cotton'and wool littered around. The woodwork of the building had been thoroughly drencb- od witli petroleum. MILLION DOLLAR .....FIRE AT SALEM Salem, Mass., June large factory .buildings and several smaller structures were destroyed lliia after- noon by a fire, which was still rasing at four o'clock. Earlyies'tiiiiates piaqe the loss at 'The fire bunij cil over an area.of forly acres In tlio leather district! child wan bollove'd to .liave been burn- ed to death. MAN NOTHING HAS TO GIVE The bounties that are sent from Heaven Man never can repay: For they are .only lent, not given, And may be taken away. We cannot light tlie quickening sun. Nor draw the freshening rain, We cannot make rivers run, Nor swefi the ripening grain. For all these.boons bestowed on us Mali nothing has to This wealth of Heaven's overplus, The grace by which we live. In .serving we shall play our part, And live witb conscience clear; A bumble and a contrite heart Will 'find each duty near. Lucas. Mr. Kenny', of the firm of Kenny and Allin, leaves on Saturday on a two months' trip to eastern points. The Aquatic Club dance; which was to have been' held this" evening .in :the new has "necn postponed. Word was this morning that E.-.-Ross Letltbridge, son oi Mr. J.'- E. iLethbridjSe; of Calgary, has bcth successful in passing his .second year examinations at; the Royal Mili- tary College, Kingston, Ont. Mr.: Seaman, of. the Imperial staff, has-gone to Natal, B. C., to relieve for- a couple of Mrs. .Gammon and children, ol Brandon, are guests with Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Sixth Ave. The Medicine Hat Lawn Tennis club, which previously accepted the invitation oi the I.a.thbriiljse Lawn Tennis club some friendly sets here on the. first of July, have since, found that it will be impossible for them to come on that Mr. J, (i. Robertson, president of the local club, received .word to that en'ect this morning. 'jianfahan dolight- fnlly.entertained of- her girl friends last evening. Avnappy; Lime was, spent with riiiisic and singing being enjoyed. 'served by Mrs.' Hanrahan, by her danghtet Hiss Patteson entertained yester- dav attcrnoon for ivirs. Wcdd, of In- vcrmerc, who-r is i with .Mrs. R. Scatw and lor in s Rikli Fit-ranan ibridc-elect. form ;qf a. handkerchief .shower, {or the lat- ;tEr abni-tj guests heing bidden !Mrs. Wilson poured tea, and Mrs. T. E. Neale Clit the ices. Mr ind Colin I Holman an noiincc. thevCng.agenieut of the-ir .daugh Ainolia to Jacob Bell.Bar- banister at C I'girj inn son of All and Mis Joseph Parrow For rnerly.of Winnipeg. The marriage take place July 8 The .Bishop of. the .Yukon and Mrs Stringer, who have, been spending some time in Inland are expected to return to the Dominion about July 24. During their visit they have been widelv entertained Bishop SU has preached bcf e large congregationb both in St Paul's and. in Canterbury cathedral and in other churches, .s Alarshall intl Miss Grace launders gone to RochM ler the1 spend tbt sum nier with their sistei, Mrs C Moore.. Their stay in Toronto has so. endeared that loth to give the gentle ind her sister -up: for. even; a .'summer Globe. Tbe Misfits Saimders are sisters .of Mr. E. JI.-SaunderB-and- have also many friends west. Just nine ago, %ed nesday, June Allen Cam- eron, Calgary Mr F M Morgan Edmonton Dr Rutherford Mr Lethbridgc 01 So t'er- Allierta and Mr. Brophy, .Montreal, were' under caruas a Fish Creek Vita serving IK'the N M rebellion The little hand'of soldiers met no more until last Wednesday, the eve of .the rose hall in Calgarj at tire Pallisor where au'l Cameron pntet tained thein1 dinner to conimcnu. the vpiit 1 jm reminiscent lore diBOUbsed over the mahogany would qia'u. intercsLing tiading matter rhc- pa'rtj incluilcd Mi and Mrs Ulen Cameron, host and hosteas, Mr, and Clubs and Societies The Women's Missionatv Societj LoE Westminster church -wiU'no.t mwfc'rto- night On account of the weather tha mepling has postponed uniil nevt Ihursda} evening Postponed until the toe cream social, which ,wras t-b have been held at Mrs Fines toiijgfet> under auspices of St Andrew's Aid. -The change is madeTowing to the weather conditions. Mr anil Mrs Hopkins of Hiftie. vino nt.s rejoicing the birth of aori: yesterday. The' Flower. Guild -will, Visit Gait hospital as three o'clock tomorrow and Tvill be moat grateful 'for donations' of 'garden; -blos- soms of any kind whatsoever.1' have any, please see that they are sent over, or telephone Mrs.-Si -B, Mitchell 108S. Those Interested are reminded the" Public and. High, achool. clwlngi will be held; in .Wesley PridaT, June Jfi at 8 15 p ra Ihe bocial, which to been held ai Mrs J B even- ing untler the auspices of UHJ Sunday school-, was held'-in the ch'ureb count of the .rairi. ...The w_as splendid and aa orchestrf avpylied music Plenty of ice straw- hernes and cake were n and eVtrrthinK iuM out, Mitt fine returns reiultMli .Solos by Mr, Oww-.and Mr. Stofet and selections hy a group of children, as well as a "piano solo by Mr. Kaj', were yery; pleasing t The social given Mocktocd' and Mrs. Turner last .night at tho honif- of the former a decided success, and the ladies of St Mary's W A m whode interests it was giv- en ire very grateful to tlw two hos- tesses Owing to Vhe damp the affair held n thf house Mr, Clayton successfully the wciglit of the cake and MrSi and, Mr worn bean competition. Pleasing solos were contributed bf Miss Kirk and Mr Kilntr, music was supplied by Mrs fccnuiK and Mr Henderson, ;