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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE Thursday.I line 27, IRYLANDS' RUMMAGE SALE A Whirlwind Finish to a Wonderful RUMMAGE While the Bargains Are At Their Best Sale; Join the Economy Crowds on Friday and Saturday All Sale Prices Discontinued After Saturday Evening Bargains That Forcefully Demonstrate Our Underselling Supremacy The large volume of business icalized and the crowds of satisfied shoppers who throng "The Corner Store" at all times are proof conclusive that our value-giving is unquestioned. The keynote of this Great Economy Store has been, and always will be, Lowest Prices on Dependable Merchan- dise. Therefore, you cannot afford to oveilook this busy store on any shopping trip; in fact, you should visit heie regularly. 1000 Pairs Travelers'Sample Hose oh Sale 50c Silk Hose Reduced to Justron'e hundred pairs of fine quality-giune with lisle in black only; 'reg- ular 75c to Soc a 'pair; sizes D and 9 1-2 only, 60J5cCol. Lisle Hose 25c 50c Lace Lisle Hose 25c Every V shade, .imaginable in. this lot of samples not a pair la the'lot -worth less while the ;-majqrity range from GO to sizes S-'l-ii to All good'shades'in these fancy lace ankle lisle hose black, white lavender, sky, one of the Jlnest assortments in this great .sample lot; all sizes. 15c CMd'sCot- ton Hose An 9dfl lot ot children s color ed cotton m ulute TimR tan sky, black jsizea a4o ames up to -Toe, 111 on sale at half price. -.tan, grey, -white and ni any fancy shades, inithe best grade of silk lisle A chance to get two or three pairs at the price of one. Boys' Rib'd Cot'n Hose Good strong cot ion hose, small rib, double heel a 25c hose in a broken lot of sizes on sale for J5c. Marked Low All our 30c and 35c cotton voiles, together with many novel- ty muslins and linens that sold as high as at thi-. remarkable price. Only ..two more days to buy two dresses for the price of 30c. 35c, 40c values 25c Dainty Embroi'd Voiles at Cost Another lot of still better mus- lins on tiful mulls; mar- quisettes voiles legulai Oc and G5c values. They all must go before stork tiking fhis Rummage- Price Bought fo'; clear them l 37 l-2c Bargains in the Newest Style Muslin Frocks LOT colored gingham, house" dresses pink ind skj iliull di esses embroidered mull and iavrn liy one of 'ihe leading, mnnu- ractiirbrs of-'dresses In New York City. A good range sizes 14 It IS cik, as high us J7oO in thii. lot LOT NO. splendid assortment of dresses grouped toi, a clearance on Frid n and Saturdaj Nearly 20 ae'rthis dresses act- ually worth 5710 other SS 00 and 51000 Ma terials, fancy muslins, new styles. LOT'NO. your pick of some of the finest dresses crown, in t us ntv lieodtes uoni i American nnniifactuic Haidlj any alike, sizes Iti. IS: 20 years; also 36 and 38 ?10 "to ?I5 ill to go at this price extra qual itv regulir slip sizes 34 to Under- skirts tpLiD underskirts on sale for two onlj, embioiderv or lace lengths. Housekeepers Ben- efit Again inches wide, good thread sold regularly for Inc. on sale Frida> and Sat onU OU from 42 tubing .and English-Jongcloth..material: 2j regular 2oc. sale ,each ,r ...if r.. regular lac Duality, m short ends, light and daik 4 clothe Rummage Price for 2 dajs I Uv COTTON large, plain or twill; good value at their regular price, Rummage Sale Price LINEN from pure Hucfc Linen; colored bordered ends; JO .dozen to clear forftwo days, price OCft per pair CwC WHITE size, 64 x S4, fine quality; ?1.50 values at Rum- mage Price .......v. J8c 95c Large Hair Al! shades, now in stof K with or without "clastic, extn la.rge ize 6 for25c Wire SkirtHang' rs A handy 'thing to have iii j-our wardrobe, 10 dozen of these hangers reduced 2for25c Embroidery I'llo Skein silks, regular 5c skein; odd clearing it 01 e t ird their 3 for 5c Strong Shoe Laces Good Mohan shoo nches long re ulaih black t only 12 Pairs for 25c Boxed. Hair Iffyis [jay in a supply .before the pries goes up; set ah 'extia box for -noth- ing. 3 for We Fancy Barettes Ihe balince of a big purchase ol bai'ctter yahifco jj> lo r 2 n sale for d iyb 2 for20c THE CORNER STORE'' We Never Forget the Workingman MEN'S LINEN LAWN KERCHIEFS Good jarge half inch hem JT dozen i to clear at sale prices 9c 18c MACO COTTON black, extra fine quality, regular 25c, placed on .tile bargain table, per pair BALBRIGGAN UNDERWEAR, .tu natural shade also blue ind pink legulir SI 2j uei 3ij to Rummage Sale, pen suit% .NEGLIGEE -odd and ?11 shirts in light and dark snadeb most 14 14% 16 1 1( STETSON 54.00 to }5.00 any place in Canada or tbe United the balance of 0111 stock of black and sbides strong doren 'ot to clear in tuo dajs Hegulu c qinlil) C9C TO PROTECT ft. THE INVESTOR II.'.SCCOND OLDEST PRIEST DIES I Peterboro, June the-fcath' ifcf Rev. Father Patrick Con-way ithere awayjMpnday a-reteran priest of tlie Roman -'Catholic He In year and with cention of Fatter Laconibe the (known was the oldest priest'in''Canftda, baring "'been the church 67 jears. BIG GRADING OUMS FOR C.P.H Why Should McCUry'i __ Furnace r be called "The Under- Istudy of the Ask 1 the McClary Agent k of your he knows. f V W :ni t ll LEAVE TABER FOR THE KIPP-SUFFIELD OTHER NEWS Tuber, June sent thrfie biff outfits north to Barney yes- terday, to work on the grading of-the KIpp-SufJield Jins between that -.point and 'the Big Bow. We learn-that the cbinijaoy intend to complete the-Krad- ing of thia part'of the line thisly'ear. F. Cramer, an old resldcnf-of-'the town, wag down from Calgury today on business for ,bi6 concern. A. Mitchell, -who has teen a.resi- dont of fcfae town for a lime, will leave Jn a- day or so for Wardner, where be will, have charge of W. W. Douglas1 ranch there. Jlr, -Mitchell, as an ex-aMennan and a. ot the band, has identified lilmaelf with the life of Taber, and will lie mined bj manj .'A'ericket club has-been formed in Tsllxr, witii- Mayor Dodgl.as as presl- Jlaraman, Harris rions, Dlion ini! Powell all v ice preal lentil. Way will be commenced at and-it hoped that sufficient talent' wilMie found to enable the club to arnange-jsome matches ith.o itside towns The Rei 4 W Sale is acting as secietan a strong committee lias "been appointed and a cipUin will be ibobeu soon as possible citizens of Taber are extravagant eiiougii to subscribe to Cilgan newspitit s are pained to read .during, the last few -days one.or two Items which .seeni to reflect on Taber, or clae'bn'.'the papers thoni- selves. One item :is that- Tabor is the only district in Alberta whicli is suf- fering from the-effects of the prevail- ing wiirnth Now have to collect an> misapprehension wliith oiiij arise. vVeJcannot the. fact that it la warm, Uiat some of the farms around are.. Icertainly in dire Ji-aed of rain, but these cases'are al- most iiil'conflnetl to -the section which was hailed'last in many cas es'.are due to poor farmlnff as mu'ch ci8 to 'lack of moisture. In the big .ter- ritory to north the crops ire in excellent shape, and can got along without rain for a week or two, though a. nood rain would ensure i bigger yield per" acre And then ag am, we in Cnlgary some Iierton has iiea? in Woom thereby t record In the blooiillng ot Woet peas in Ciliary, Wo did not that Taber h 11 nnv thing on Calgary, but Mr, W.-Mcwhin- ney, who resides in the centre of the town, has hud sweet peas in bloom for the pist eight dajs BRUIN COULD CHASE THOUGH THRICE 'HIT MUST FINISH OUT TERM IN ARMY Winnipeg June Suisse of who attempted the murder of a woman of the world ami who was deported to France was placed umlei iireet on arrival for deserting the French army. .The! for this oi fence is two but it is seluom the minimum is meted out serving his, time Suisse will have to serve in the army..He owns considerable farm land uound Lc bret. Rich Siiverwarel in quality and, grace every home Choose brand is'.knowivits rflalt that Wan" original "i. jAnncI genuine "Rogen will M the liMtltat j of Farmer Ranr Marauder, ;WKich Killed'Sheep, But'Proved w Victor 1. T I Belleville...Tune Watson, re- siding on Pdutiash road ncir Ban croft, has had his Hock of .sliceji de- pleted lately, 'undoubtedly by a h-ear Tho morning he found the carcass of. a lamb partly eaten, and thinking the bear wight return in tiie shouldered a rifle and sauntered to where the carcass. was lying, only to flnd bruin there before Jiimr showing no sign of leaving un- til lie finished bis repaet. Watson had only three cartridges, and, after firing apparently 'without effect, ho obliged to beat a retreat luatfh with the bear in pursuit. H gave up tho; ohase when '-the vicinity' of .'the house was reached. N'ext morning tho body, or the bear Toun-d dead, all three allots having reached 'tire mark. Tt-weighs IS COMING TO WEST Woodstock; OnL., June Pat- terson, who for some years past has been station agent for the. C.P.R. in I tl'ia citj, has received notice of re moral to Winnipeg, where he has been given a responsible position in the C. P, K. stockyards. ACTION. TAKEN TO GUARD AG- CROOKED'REAL ES- TATE DEALS- Loiidini, ..June timo IMSt tilt ill (llllillltl nl Uiin lurd't'o in, London hay. liiid inulci..con- sider ittou the qiustiou of tilling some cITutlu to urnuil tin. sill, llLdtcil Uiitun u[ so tilled tcnsn lots' in plots' in 01 neat using Litus in tilt, t in uh in tonu lots Hi of i luuthlcbs tliuiilir is In .is boing useful n.s -liltv buililiiig silra is rerm-d. Instances 'have been hrotiRlil lo Ihejiotioi.' of the Chamber of un- scrupulous-, linns tlio Hrit- inn kit uc stllliit; piopnU liv incuiis ol Inacmiratc jilaus. and unuiius uul ihscniltni1 mitt'l ol t nislculini; cluiulei mil in oiilu to.prevent fiirOit't" imposition on the Mntisli uuestoi the (.Ininli i li is the IL ifiing linns in die it Bn lain deilniu in in nil in ml ostiti to pledge (lionwcKcs to tllL follow conditions (A) Not to ofTu foi sih inj I ind described as1 Canadian toiyn lots or similarly -tcnne.'l, a plan of .which has not been registered for. subdivision in luoithnci tile piousions of tin local 1 ind Titles in Cinadl (b) Not 10 ilistnbuti, nnp 61 plan '6f any property intended 'to pro- mote the sit" of tint propctU as town lots which does not show tin hole oi the low n in or near u I Ihc piopeiti is situated and whicl dots not heat on llic fit-c of it the following information a) The scale, which may not be less than two inches one mile (Ihis applies to cities which at the last hid v nopul ition of 100 000 ot under In respect to ul haling a laiger population i smaller scile kei plan nm lit used) (b) Kadial circles 01 ilistinccs (torn iccogmzcd ccntie of the town (c) Ihe cMSting boundaries of the D imicipih (d) The land 'or sub dnision milked in color, shidmg or otherwise (0) Population oi the lonn it the last census. (f) The iddrc s of the Lind Titles office where originil plan ol slib-dni- s-ion is filed. British imestors IIP asked 'u the Chamber to see the pi and cticulais ot property oilcretl to them compU in respect with tondilious to which the members of the finailm Cham her of Commerce aie subsciibing sugary heaits of sweet corn, toMt- od crisp ind rolled thin as wafer that's, the dainty tlut delights the appetite! TO-DAY order- TOASTED CORN FLAKES A BIG MASONIC TEMPLE- TORONTO Toronto, -the JIasonic bodies fmraiiig the trubt which con troiB tbe'-tiuarters in Temple build; ing have entered into an agreement to to join the Scottish rite bodies in election of a temple In keeping with the standlng-'-orfthe'DPtler-lmthis' city. _ The .Masonic temple company lave .under consideration -properties n the distncfe; bounded bj College and "Vonge streets dina avenue ind Bloor street; .null.'a decision will soon be reached as to the site and lie election df ihe building PRIMARY VOTE IN N. DAKOTA Grand I oiks, N T) lime 27 North held stni ictimib mea tiie For congicss iii the first 'district i-h 1 ic- nominalqd opposition In. Um second district "U Young (Pio-- Uve of a, caid Hie bedioom It read In case'erf fire tie ropte to bed, throw 'the other end out of-the window, and slide to the ground, ihol- lering all the time. oC pireJj-jMll open a hospital 1 tr T I 'ypical CoWgirl with the 101 Rfcnrh Wild West whiclv exhibits in Lethbndge Tomorrow, Friday, June 28. ;