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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 'Sf-'i' THF LKTHBRTPfiE DAILY HERALD Friday, March 10, 1911.' \ 1 Cbilaplete New Stocks of Easter Neckwear and Beits CLARKE & CO. THE LADIES' STORE PHONE 453 ACADIA BLOCK Big Assortment of New Corsets and Hosiery WEEKEND SALE Ready for a Big Day To-morrow With Savings That We Have Never Before Equalled A powerful Week-End Bargain List presenting positively unprecedented values Most desirable lines of New Spring Goods at prices bordering on manufacturers' cost This ad. is full of such convincing news of extraordinary savings as must stir the keenest interest in every wide-awake and thrifty woman in Leth-bridge. Goods offered are 'the kinds you most need for present use and are shown in assortments broad enough to satisfy a big demand. Be on hand with a well-filled purse-Savings certainly warrant unusual buying UiiiiKual XerKwear Bargains ........ Wa�h stocks, silk and velvet bows and dainty Jabots: all fresh new styles; worth up to 45c. .Solfloiii-liojinl-ol' Silk IJarifaiii ........... Fine Jap T-iffeta in 27 In. width and extra good quality; usually sold at 50c per yard. Natural Color Hajali Silk . . . . 45c A splendid weight and fine, even weave: 27 ins. wide; a beautiful quality at the price. PiKMioiiKMial Hosiery Vail It's ..............25c A splendid collection; worth 35c and 45c, in caahmere and embroidered cotton goods; sizes 8 1-2 to 10 Ins. Bargains in Kitchen Aprons .. '7.. . 75c Stylet we have always sold at 9Sc: made of e�tra fine check gingham: colors guaranteed fast dye. Sal unlay Corset Sale .i)5c Two particularly qood fitting styles: worth $1.50; white only; long and medium lengths. Everytiiing for Women to Wear Easter Time Will Soon Demand A New Coat or Suit Exceptional Chances Here to Supply Your Every Need This season, as hereroforp, one of our sirungest poiii's is our readiness lo meet the demands of dlscrimiu.iting ^loraon. "tin lire uarticnliir al)OU[ the kind of i-lolhes rh'p.v wear. Ouy your outfit from us and know lliat everyone will not be weariDu the same thing ai? you. Assortments await you here tomorrow in almost end less variety, and prices are without a doubt the lowest offered in Lethbridge in garments with such style and dependability. i NEWEST SUITS-In h .urent va rieiy of chuioe, represeniing some of the most at;ractive st.vies of the season, beautifully trimmed and perfectiv tailored. OC ..v't .....................9C0 NEWEST SUITS-in smart styles, silk lined ihronshout: made of IHire wool materials. Spoc'inl value ........ SIS OTHER SPECIAL VALUES AT- S27.50, $30.00 and $32.50 NEWEST COATS-Of all wool tweeds and coverts, in Ushl fawns and medium mixtures; seven-eighlhu length; pure wool goods. At .......... $17.50 Alterations Free and the Fit Guaranteed NEWEST COATS-In very Jaunty, dressy styles; fawns, navys, black and white ehecks and fancy ralx'tures, in a beaurll'ul range of styles. Early Selections Are Most Satisfactory at $21.50 OTHER SPECIAL VALUES AT- $25.00, $27.50 and $30.00 An Economy Bulletin from the Staple Section that will Create Unbounded Interest Heavy Toweling:......10c Regular 16c quality, half bleached, heavy pure linen, 18 inches wide. \Miite cotton.........10c � Nice and fine, soft finish: full 36 ins. wide; unusual value at Saturday's price. Tjihle Linens.........45c A special 65c grade, reduced for tomorrow; full two yards wide; half 'or full bleached. New Suiting......17 l-2c Our regular 25c new lines In Belicour, atin jean and Indian Head goods: all colors to choose from. Best Prints.......12 l-2c A lovely collection of best grade English goods: light and dark colors; all guaranteed fast dye. Pretty C^retons____12 l-2c A splendid showing of 18c and 20c grades, in light, medium and dark colors,-exceptional values. WILL BUILD WAREHOUSE � The C. C Pagnuelo Wine * Spirit Co.. has purchased Lot A In Block A on Sl.vth avenue south between Fifth and Sixth streets. The property, which formerly belonged to L. A.' Ronnell. has a frontage on Sl.xth avenue of of!.5 feet. The Pagnuelo Co. will erect a wareliouse and stables on the property immediately. TRIBUTES TO LATE cue REV. PROSSER GOING TO COAST Rev. A .1. Prns.sor lijis accepit.-(l a Call to one of rhp churolies "i \'aiirouvpr lie will begin work litcip Hi the i-\pir;i'inn ot liis u-nrk licri" ,il>i>ul I lie iiijilillc of April WIU nCHT THE COAL MERGER HE HIT CHIEF ROOSEVELT HAS AND WAS HNED: THEM GUESSING iWinnipee Free Pre.-is) An atmosphere ol' slooiu was; 'asi over No. 1 (ire hali this nibrnini; when the ni'Wg (.'anie of the death o'f t'liief ls.ll(cenny, of Lethhritige. Sentiment-; of sorrow and keen re.eret were heard from the men who wri'p employed with him ai. this station for upwards of fixe years, and the same feplini;s perraeat ed the brigade as a whole. Ii was le�;i"nlay. "to hpar of the death of t'lilef Kilkenn'i Hp was a vpry younn man--onlv years of ase. I think-anu lie wa.s doing wpil in the west. Onl.v ii'(eiiil> lie >ioi ""'P*' eil vpsterd.n .is part of ilip procppd-iniis lalvcnbi Messrs Henjaiiiin I HERBERT BOOTH'S I LECTURE MONDAY business men generaliv against the ad-1 �'^h''""lt'pt ;'dn'. , I.s tn pipuui' 1 Ijp iraiisier ol ! siiarcs vri!pi-| at tlic iiieptinn and I act asidp wliar is claiined to lie lUena! issiip oi Sl.OOO.unn stock the Pacific Pass Coal Fields, Ltd Ive .viriui; hav(. heeii l(>ss ihai", from ipv;?n s ifeli vere't: of re'd 111 Alabama the iSoulhern Cum niprcial club ilress Ibe coiieipss the day before .\ I his officp toilav Colonel Roo.sp-vpli sliowpd slacks uf letters nuniher- oi last week licre, when he. appeared in "The Knstprner", "The Witcliinp; Hour." and "Hello Hil).' "The Marria}i;e of Kiii\,'' which will be 151 vpn (111 i lie last iii.^lil, Tliiiis dav,' is a plcasaiii cmupdy. void of villainy and lull of hunian inlercst on Ihp liiiliipr side. The pnvl oi Kitty will be played cliarniin,e;ly by Misl Betty Johnson. while Mr. Howard will play- thP i)a:t of .Sir Reginnkl Beisi/.c Tliose w^lio lovp a plav lhat, is at oncp natural, sane and amusin.i; siiould not fail to spp "Thp Marnago of Kiiiv " great welcome to this city on Monday next. Wherever .Mr. Booth has been I'lpsidfuil. Taft will ad- leciured to crowded houses and a few nights ago lurned people away _______ .11 Vancouver. He also did the .same 'bring THE Km� "^e i. .^f c. having lu.ii: moip than ;i,110(1 rpcpivpd during � j.^^,, , I ^ ;.sons or brothers too young to Join may Ihe last two days In almost all was an iriviialioi) lo address or,u;ani/.atioiis ill cities along bis line of travel Many simply asked ior a reach of every one. spppcli. _ The ctdonel will bp accompanied upon his trip U\ Ins .spcretarv, Frank those atip.ndiiig ilie iviiijeBtic theatro I bring them fo the btiilditig Ibis even- on N'onday neM The admission fee''"''' "^'^ ""^ has neon fi.vPd so as to be wiihln the i "'""""'"^ ^� ^''^^ GEORGE B. HOWARD CO. RETURNS TO THE CITY an\ other cause, in fact. hai-iUy iiol ice-1 Harper. Wliilc in Ari/.ona he will be able in ihp list. jj-jve,, a n^ceplion bv nipmbprs of his W lib an outlook for an unpreccdeut- o|,| rPUiuiPM of Koueih Riders and ed boom in building here this year.l^ne ,la^ m Ihr wPst will be .'i^Pt, ilierp is grcai fear iliat the supid:- of! men in Uie liiillding irade.s will fall far to shori of the deinand. Bricklayers and masons available make ouly a small a" ! fraction of the number which will be oi rei|iilred once the building season opens. There are IndicatioiiB that it will open very ea-.t* ihls season. 7t Vs uaid here that throughout Eastern (.Canada Dr. L. B. .Mason, a partner of Sage there are hundreds of men, especially and Church, Calvary, osteopathic phy-ln Bmall nlaces, who find It difficult ; Blclan*. has decided to locate In the � lo get work, and it Is llk#ly a gpecial . olty. .JuBt now he ig staying at the effort will he matSe to Induce these Alexandra Hotel, where he has Ills men to come W'esi for the building NEW DOCTOR IN CITY office temporarily. seasoii. over 10 a hunt ins: ttip NEW PEER CREATED As-the London, March Prpniier quith has started 111 I0 pvpn up political complexion of thp upper and the first new peer lo be created is his brollier-in-law. Sit ' The- (iporijp H Mo�'ai(i pla.vers will pav l.cihbridiip aiiotbev visit next wpck. Tiipsdav. \^pcbJcsda^ and Thiirs-j(la> iii(\li!s 'IliP bill ior the limited 'slav is as follows: Tuesdav, "Chris tophcr Ir". IVpdiiPSday, "DlberPeo-p|p'!) Money," and 'I'hursday. "The Marriaftc uf Kitty" Christopher ,.ir."' which will be thp openin,'? piece has just closed a successful run in Calgary . whe.T fof tl;e past week the Howard players have played to im-I luense business. The con'iedy was Edward Priaiilx Tennant, whose elevation was announced this evening ; formerly the joint .starring vehicle of As a Liberal hp represented .Salishurv ,]ohn Drew and Maude Adams, and it in parliament from IflOfi lo mifi. bp �as played by well known art-iii.e defeated in thp laltcr year. isis im spverai spasons "Other Asthma Catarrh \VHOaPINC COUGH croup URomtima coughs colds MTAfiLiSHAD flj* .s^ !'">f>'�:,">fn iffcrtiTO tnatlnrint for tron- ^V*- �'i">,8ucc���,for thirtr MOM. 1 le nlr rendtrod Btronirly nntlaoptfc, intpirfd S,I'',^�7s''"?"'' ��>��'"�nlllim MlV. Mlhe. ""'.""!'.ho eoofth, MurinB ifSh "I'iS*"'' S!^^""* '? Invnloabio to tnollKni Send us iKo'tal for dttcrlpUn baokl.l. �0 ALLDKUCCtSTS Tr. CTMohiM Antl-J�ptfo Throut T�lilort for th� Irritated thrMt VapoerMilmCi. t.*Milae-lIUM mum. MONTREAL ;