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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tin: LETTiriiiri)or; i>ail\ hkrald Pane 9. Festival Thursday, Friday ai^d Saturday 1 Demonstrating the Money-Saving Possibilities of The A. Macdonald&Co/s Value Giving Store 5 Stylish Corsets 89g TliPi^.r' -.irf of extra valuf. Mmlc Ijy oiu' n! ilu> fin-(Ml ('anudiaii iiialtcrH - � i'roniinon s-mid in ihc I 11'SI Klylo.s for I lie now 1!' 1 I f;cn\ iiK. I lood i|iialit.v l-iijulish iiiMii-ri.il, Willi llrwililn rilliim. I.oiiii hi|), �^iHiri waisi iind lia.s four si,i-.|iOMdcrs. (liir S|>cci;!l ;ir''rr is 89c Other Crompton Corsets at $1.25 to $3 B. & I. Bias Filled Corsets $1.25 to $4.50 Dress Goods Clean-Up Wf liiid a unniUor nl |ii'"c o: f;oi>d dress iioud.s iIkii l.i'od :n Ijp [iJ., ('d it.Ml - SMiiill Will:' iiij. CI : ..^iiil i'lif^ili^ .ind oiluMS ilicii we iiavi'iii r.iill raii^n of idliirsj. (.'o.Tcl KC'iv,c>!.= , imiiaiiuis. ravhincri';-. laiif'ies. en-. \il rii'or.s iiicliuiiii;.; idark. Ii!ii never been iimic ji piia reii I lliiiii in ilii^ l;i r.u'e ;i lid s|deiidid -^l ork n f Spid n,u'\ hc^-i oO ecu 1 hosierx' lor w (.nicn. will he Toi' 1 hcsc ihrce (hly�^o|||y-Thursday. I'^riday anci Salnrday. lish ttiilored coal with wide ailk braid irininiini; on boiiom ami on sleeves. Silk lined. .Smart si\le skin wiili silk braid ^rlnuninf;. Colors are nav;,:. black, ami a new shade of Ki'ey. Other Suits at $17.6", $21,00 and $22,50, Siylish Si.nisiv i'��a(s,-:-,,-^- j;: ert clmhs and i!'.::;o;iais. Shot', tnedieiii and hniK leiifiths. Prices are $10.50 to $21.00. .\lso new rub-be! Ized silk and inoaair .-oats fen- .-,ti-eei rtear ami inoioriiiK. 'iHife^e are difec* froin .Niew York aud are verv s!.\ ii.-ii and s..r\ iccaljle. Prices are $12 to $22 Special Mai Sale Ttipse handsome ..\xniinsier .Mats are worth double the money. Beautiful floral and conventional designs and.are same bolh sides. lSx:5S Ins. $I.:J.> 27x."i4 i lis. $2.S."� :50x(;o Inches ^iJ.sr, ScoJch Zephvrs 15c NtrdetsonH zepli.N rs and ^iimlmins. in preuy checks, plaids tind plain .Ml colors and |.erleci-l> fast.. These ai-e extra value. IN>"j�ee Linen 25c The preities: :-a silk linen; eolorin.ns in reseda, brown, hlnv. grey, rose. C'o])enha.i;en etc These are e.\M-ii value at :i.'ie. ("��l( line in me bbjacheo ..K.ttn. .M-iiios: i .i.e.I wide ami e.\i ra .1 (pialii.v. Wort ll i..' ' � a yai .1. Tea roweliui* 3c .\ ? ot checiv linen le.i row-eliiiK; Id inelie.; v. ide and in eitlici i-ecl or blue c'.iei-k. IMIlowCases lor 15c I'ilhjw Cases, tmide of good fiuality co.ton finished v.-iih wide hem. 41. inches wide. ^ \alue a I'.'ic en. ll Siiecinl l-'rice, oni.\ .. Riid nea\ \ Slieeiiiig for '2iU- We Sell 15c English Prints for 12 l-2c SPECIAL NOTICE .\ onderf 111 sa\ iiiK on i le Msli I'rini.s made: :M lu.b.s choose Iroin. '1 liink ui ei' colors :ind in he most b.-l.'sitail.c sold for l.'.c ami iT i -1 .lllil lies', (pialiu of l-iim-u il: ll and -no pai i .'t-iis t./ aliie. :\\] Kiiar.intieil fis^ iMfiil paiii-riis and di'sif;iis. .\ari!. Oiii iiricc i;- enl.'. . . 12k -Wc Soli the Usual 12 LJc Prints for 10c a Yard- ('.Htiii's have advanced in price, but '.ye sei-iireU this ,i;'ioil ;w-o-yaril wide bleached sheeting at ahout the (.�!^pecial Sale Trice ....................... 29c Lace Ciirlains al Pair n-ice $1.25 La> Kitihlh (Rurdett) si i ret ^ - SOCIAL AND PERSONAL .Mrs .\. ,J Pro.s,ser, who has beeti coniiiied to lier bed for the past tek." :day.s, j.s able to be out of floors to-I da\ lo enjoy an anfo ride, j � � . . . i Tlie attendance al llie evaiigclisiifi;' I services being conducted hv Dr. Patp; I lerson in Knox ehuicli continues to i i;row, and no wonder. Those wlirt, 1 hear him once wish to heat-' liim of-" '-.ti| Ihrei o'cloct. .iaj. � � * � lolin .McLeniian arrived here I liunning. Perthshire, Scotlavirt, Monda.t morning, and is the �.�-(inr.t Mr and Mrs. .fohn Wishart, TliS '.S .Si , .North.  *  Anderson-Thompion \i till' Baptist parsonage iF'.'.s ._^t-'\' lernoon the marriage took iilicv; i.t^liarles Oscar AiHlersQn-,;.jPf.-.Stayeley, lAlheila, and .Mrs. Rebecca Thoiiiiison [of Letiibriuse. Rev. A. ). rrosK.i: ;iJerfoinieri the ceremony. -Mr. ni-d iMr.s Anderson left on thi's '..irl.:',-noon'.s local for Uieir honlc al Stn^e.-le\ '^LGARY'S TOTAL ASSESSMENT I I Special to the Merald) j Calgary, March II.-The reviled �� I sppamenr of Calpary t� fifty-three niillion dollars. Tbi� Is t�u mllltoit less than ttae original assessment. \ A iemaikabl.% jiooil valite at a. mucli hiiilier |irice. Pretty piii.'rns; ;1 yards lon/t and v>ld... \>Id h. Spe.ial Price. ;i pail- ................ .'i f;i.ml bu.\ ott this big ,'i yard lace i ii:aiii at iliis loiv prici'. Preti.\- patterns and a nil- wiilth. .A pair...................... HAMILTON BOY PULLED LAMP OWF THE TA�LE I Hamilton, Mnrcli 15.-Gordon Milne, the two-year-old boy who wm� fright- I fully burned al his Ttarents' hoivae when . he pulled a lamn off the table, -causinji; it to e.xplode. died Rl the hoapttut thl�; :i; morning. .Mrs. Hay, who reicued the child in a sensaUonal raanner, ftght- I mg her way through a wall of fire, will I recover. BIG LUIMBER. DEAL AT NELSON .Nelson, .\l-arclj 1.'.. -l-'or ibe en:i;,id p-.ition ol a million dollafv. ilic I'aii.c:. i.timl.e;- t.'o. I.'l.i., yestei-da.\ crui'.e.w'ti iii tbi. ltri;i.-h C:inailia^i l.iimb,': . v till lie:iilTua''l'eis at .Montreal, if..; mill i.i C'res.-ein \':illc- ami ;[.; It.iinn ac:' iiaci 01 while pine stirm and ci-ilar t:ni'-ier on ihe eisi anU -vi/si branclie- CANADIAN GIANT I GUIDE LOST IN NEW YORK .\c\\ \ 0(\. .Miicii ','). ,\oiwitli .^iaiMliii^ (h..* be si ilid- s. , en i^t.n loin ipillcs lii.u'l: ,.!id ic.if b.ei ,\e.'.-., of e\ petieiice in Cana.l till forcsi^. leer);^' L.-in/. :;;! \ .'a:-s old. is i.t-.i in Ne\\' ^'oi i( I:.' .11.^;; ppelifed i-'ebiaat'v :'7 ti'Ltin l.e\iiif!inii avenue ler ret arnini; v iih NEW SETTLER HAD INSOMNCE MAN LOTS OF MONEY IS UNDER ARREST MAKE ROOM FAVOR NAME FOR CANADIAN LUMBER YARDS ON FIRE I .Milwaukee, March J5.-A big tire is 'rn^uif. In the yards ot the M. iHjlty i Lumber t-'o., at (ho corner of 12th and .St. Paul avenue. At 10.30 a.m. i: was said five million feet of assorted Itimljer had been destroyed and the Mr'llf n l WV aided by a high wlndj threaten rllK Ili'W KANlii'" ^"^""^ri ihrouRh the entire yard*. el- ihe l.mli. .Sliiean Kiver. Thesi lim-i pieii.-ure irip to f'ltroi..' 11.' was f.uri l.-fi latiiiii '.vote coiiceiled locally'lo iie^erly lrappr.r �iih he.aii.niariers at \'\'iii �aoiu ihe most valuable limits in iheitiipea. .V ^ieneral puli.e :;l,ii-m is oat inlerior. Iiavitis I.....ii owned oiiiriaht. 'for htm. t.eai.iing ho:iK.., a; |He lumned From a Train 1 ue niece.. I rem ,l j Near Edmonton and Was Captured Ol.ii,.; � 'v\ i;..i-.i i''a 1 .iici -(ir.it.n \, ci| .11.(1 A Large Assortment of Patterns and Trmmed Hats on Display Styles Correct and Prices Right All are Cordially Invited 11 514 5th Ave. mery i@, L. A. Scotf. Manageresb I'.iliiioiiiuii. -Mairli i- Aiulrt-v Ma !--------.....-------- south bound pass-, Provide Seat for . Accepted By L-Om- euger train due here at ten forty-two I jthlg morning, was wrecked while com- R.onar Law mittee at Ottawa ; Ing nuo Ro.thern 5^ards. The engine. uoudl Lwrfvv , lender, mail and baggage cars left I.,11. .March -(.ord .\'u>ncl oiiawu, .March I.i.-The Hanking and j the track, which was badly torn up. l.'ii:; Coinpi'in, cnnser\-aM v  \1 I' coininerce committee of ihe Com-I'^o ''ne was hurt, and the ^sTeck la i;tentf(n-d division of .Middlesex miiis lodny reported .Mr HiekerdiUe's'.cleared :es;.i;i>ed. .loynseii I licks, wli.i de .|,|,| ,, incorporate tlie Hank flu Can-' ' -I ii'. Hon U'laston Churchill in .'.es: .^i-m'he.5ler ;., lllli.: will be I nioai-. cKndtrve'. a.'ui .'III St. South woulil iie re);arrie(l abroad as a ua- he members of the eonimiltee did juot think so anu voled for the bill :.>lr. r-tickerrilke said Ihe bank proposed to ';irliig millions of French capital to 1 i.ip ilhii. Iiestei ill Ihe .lai.iiar.v .' i..i .\car In Decemiiel � 1.1.;!:.'� t.::..'. Ci.nise � \ ,i 11 \ c. made ..- e!:u' , ' , edi-eia i lie n.lini;. but e.i m;. i;. � ...i 'in. Ur.'iii i ..'-il ..'.lia ' �. ele'iiii e, \' licit- Ceitmel Sami,\s --- " ,. iciiiiiu'.l iin.ipi .1;.. li ill inet'iuaer laM. .itel ihei-e i> lie ileei. ol bis ele,- : i.Mi ' .ten.'! Sands' r. .-.-n-i i it .n w uh thie 'o Ibe {iestre to male room fur Lav, III int.. I louse, wbei-. ne I,as come lo e re.t',ar(l('il a a.-werii:! ilei.a^f!-i ... V. , . ;; C.i lettlia 11 v bii 1 b A f^Al.SL ALARM d .1 I- .11 'I GREATER SAN FRANCISCO DEFEATED aacramento, Cal., March 15,-^The -1 aceii-; liiiiifil iiimins -.t.iti lli.ii : lie inln , 'u\\ uhich .M K.iitiaovcl, , ilic i'.u^ �i.iii ii.ini-.lif M I'cl^ii bail \i.itii tl.t-j IJI.Iiec l'C'i:i-|i! H-.'cl(l.i\ I..11 ll..Ulf i p: .itl.i It;.. .1 |ii-.e-t ... I.....t . .1 1 It.- When shopping don't say "A pound of tea"* you will get better tea-value if you ask for lliih.......Ill ;