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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, March 20,1911. TH13 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD AU Suits Reduced CLARKE'S All Coats Reduced GIGANTIC SEVEN DAY SALE Put in motion on Saturday morning, has arroused the keenest interest in every thrifty woman in this city. You were here of course; it has set all Lethbridge a-talking. IT IS AN EVENT OF STORE WIDE PROPORTIONS affecting the price of every article in every department throughout this busy store. \tn the roiirse of plaruiiii.u- ihi^ Sale ^^(' kcpi fixod in our Diiuds ihi'cr \ciy iiii|ioi-iitiil viz.: The iui-y ol' Let lihridpc jiiei-c(iaiidisiiiu-. Every depa.rt nieiit iiiarshaU iiicompa ra It Ic luiii io'-. Saviny^ ihal vpcai^ willi Lireairr I'nicc ilian wdrds m- cloiiuaied siatc- menis: savings that affect llie pur^e of vxcyy woman wiiliiii ihc circle (i| (hi > sio re's in 11 iicn cc. ft's ji seven-day bona lidc. i-ecord-ma ki ii 'j:. l�ar,o'aiii-.ii'i\'ii)U'sale in'wliicl) excry wise wnmaii in l,ci liliridu't' will pa n icijiai c wirli de-ided advaiiiag'e (o liersell' and lier purx'. MjiUt' a perstma-l y'lsit to lllis store, and don't roi'C''ei m hrinu' a \\ ell lillcd purse, t'nr yon '11 -(�(� -a\ inu'> yun ncxcr dreamed and \ al nc- \\ ay heynijd un r ; a'lilil White wear and Blouses at Big Reductions Choice of everything in tliis splendid new siuek inelnd-ing iIh" very tiriesi ooads bouglil for this scnson. al prices bordering on Mamifactnrers' cost. firOWXS of line ^\'hi(e Cambric in bui- ^ ^ M toned from oi' slip over styles, daintily trini-H^ | /z ^ med with laees and embroideries...........^ *  WAISTS of extra Fine Lawns and \'e.-t- ^ ^ m ing.> in plain tailored ami enibi'oidet'ed sl\ les.H| | worth up lo 12.00 ................... . W  ^^-^ CORSETS in uewe>( up-lo-dale >iyles. 1 wo s))lejidid models to . Skirts. Dresses and rndej'.sJiirL.s. in the largest assortJiiejils this store e\er held, and all marked at special >ah' lignres for tlii^: vc and shoulder, all colors, jj^ C f 5 ALL OTHER LINES REDUCED. worth -SL'd.fK) We Strongly Urge the Advisability of Morning Shopping Von escape tiie wind and d if-t of the a frernoon : yon Liei l)et tei- service : buy to liel ter ad \ antagc : w 11 li rcai er coni fort and mi>�- the a fternoon cro w(iii (iclocli. years agii. uill be sorry (o k-arii of her (loath in Tordiiio la.'it week. 'I'lie ministers (it liic dlRtricl and j the Sunday school teachers ot the city ; �mil district will hold ii c.inference ] with Dr. r'atiersciu in Knox church, i \Vprlnp.'!riBy aftciiioou at Alii ilirisiiaii worker? ,ifc invited to he iiri'Seii!. iPillp.o; I'iaiiii ihict. AliKse.4 l!(s-,~i,' tttiil i Alinnid ll.-i:>'ii; pi.-cuki icl'i, Alaster .\rilitir .\liiii;.i;i; iiiano .-iiili.:.'. The |ircli\ we,, door aiiiMiani v....-Miss .Auilic i.iitle and she Rfeoted 'h-' \isii(ir.= ;m (1.....� wcnritif; a tei,li,;iL; Mrs. A. ,1. ProRfcr f.xp.cts lo Icun Thttrsday for Medi' ee ll.nt where .�':e will visit with her -f^^lcv. Airs'. I'. Ai .'^noilgrass. for Ronn' linv. The .Altar .So.iei^ nt Patrick's ! church will meet for sewing with Airs. i .Al. v. Gallivan iomarriit\' afternoon .Tt ; two O'clock. I > , . The Parish \iixiliaty of Si. i'.\ p-i rian's churcli will infiet Tliursda>- af-i ternoon witli .Mrs. AlcAllllan at the , rectory a' ,1 o'cleolc.  .  ' Alajor Alorris. ui' A'ancoiiver. [iro-� vincial commander for this iimvince, ' will conduct a musical service in lhi> ' Salvation Army citadel this evening . at o'clock. I . � . ' Air. and Airs. H H. Hill leave t.i-jmnrrow morning for Spokane, where j I they will visil for a few days iiefnre ' : ciiniiotiing- their .joiiiney to California' I where f!evei-;il weeks will lie a|ieiil. ' I'-jt nuns \'rsi,-i'ii :iif-iiitri ,,f '.Iii.-i ' I,:j;I'-. .I'hi. �>i.^ u ;iJ!r(l �?iui.ii;iclMs' ^iic.il w !i" W'Hi a iii-s;c r: , It- u; '.i-jf iiilt-� i'.> (; iij,HHl kvi i-IU I'llj; J .'irll ' a nunilier ni .uiiiiis .liirl.-i itiid matrons registered on Saturday afternoon and became memhors of Alis,-=: h'dli.h !j. .lones' iili'y.-sical culture classes, whicli j will lie held in tlie W \]. C. A. The ' business pirls' ela.-is will meet Tlinrs-: day evening at T.l,'i and the class for I girls under tifteen ye:irs of hrc will ; meet for tlie first time in ihe V. Al. � c. .\. Sa urdav aliorniion at 2 o'clock. Tills c\ciiuifi in .'-'I. i'.\prian's chiir-, lit. the Ven, .Archdeacon Timms will deliver n Ice title on Ihe earl.v history of the Indians in Allieit.:i. I .ArclideaciM, 'I'itiims uas the first' niissionar> iunoncsi ihe Indians in ilie West, ami Ills (xiierience (if his eari.^� (iiv.vs will li-iii'it le.-^.s lie mnsl in-terestiti!;. The devoiioniil iiiuiiHiti.ee of Si. Cyprian's lirtinch of ifie .\."r.f-'..A. invite all who wiph 1.1 attend the lec-IItle ,'it ^ o'cid k. The iiiatm t,i;|i.ls ot Ali.-s (iertrude .leitkins. ;;.A.AI., I'P.'/.('I.., ciiloriaiii-eil a large iiiiinh- f of irietiils and iiar-i>nts in the Ccniserv aior.v aiidiiDriimi Saiurila> iMtiiiif;. The progranitiie 11;roitshdii' (lis|il .� PLANS APPROVED ^ ---- * I ill' . ) 1 (jji^ineer lia.- n � O eelv.-il .'. ��i-il ironi ()t;iiw;i thai il> It.'iijway ('(i/niiii.sHioii 4> lia.-i .1; pi i'll lit 1 l,e | laii- ? f.r if.' i'd'His ."^i. liiiiij;, O ^ COWAN'S palcMt iiiiik .= ilk ttork and immense Donithy Dainty hair iio'v. 'ihe guests were teceived in the dr.twin.;; ro'iiii liy the hostesses, w nose ..irilialily and hospitality w,is greatly .ippieciateil. Airs. I lenders in looked ueii in a '.lildi'.-ii lili.ck taffeta gown and Airs. I.iiile �:ir :itt raciiveh fown-eil ill iiink dresiliiii silk mull veiled i V. it h I lie same .iiail,' of t 'tile. I Alter a teft tuiiiiiiis visit uilh ilie luisiesses the giiesis were it.riled into I 111' library and dltiing room, where i Airs. Artlitir Wliiiion. .i most i iiarmlng bride of bill it b-w weeks, presided a: '.he tea iMii, uiariiig a striking Prin-I CSS .i(OHii of siieli iiitiU fish net with iMtidings ot i.isliniere de soin of th':- i s.-iiTie shade on lb" .-kirt and bodice Tlie tea lalile miR .-overed with � i.'.;iiil.~-onii' i-loili ni lris:i ditmask finish I'll uitb a wide eripiiig of Irish crochet ia.c iitid �.;.' rrnireil with .t gr.iceful >ii.i-\e of t..rEe pink and white i.:arn;i 'i'.i.s. thss 1 li'nilei-s,dii H taring a li.M 1 l> iini-k ..; li.a. k ami white .Ini'i "iili . iliiMie lidc.:'.^ ivhife satiti ritib'.';. I nu.ii'iiigs. ..till Aliss Kstelii' (iood. ifiiiii il;. froi I.eil in lig-hi pink caoh-iiiere dc sole witli riih passpmenteiie ornamental idii. assis ed Airs. \rhlit;)i:, 111 the evening ab.uit twenty-tive of ill.' .viiiitig iieopie (if Ihe ihiirch were (�111. I'liiiii'd and st'ent a musi plei;=aii! 1'� 1 Hint-'. Tiierc were several spir tcl I pniny .-elf itieiis ..n tile gramaiihoiu" a.id in fini '\i,.is ilenderson. Miss Reytidbls. t; \ Miitli." and .lames W'alljice render-. (! spl.'udid iiisiriiue.nial numbers. Evci;. I'lU' li.id Mi''ir fortune; tdld, .Mrs. A\';'i-uin ,'!ev(':ly telling ihcir pas'. presi-i, ai.il tiit;iie. In ilie e(i::r?o of the pvei;. lilt; i!.-'.i : (Mreshnteii, = were .ceiveci POUCE COURT So drunks gi-aced the p-ulice court tids morning with thoir unwelcome presence, ami (he ri di,-e ro.'iori u .litiet Sundiiy. A young girl Alin-. tlie AlcKaj-, from i-Josiner, B. C, was! urouglit in la.st night as a result of aj iracas at one of the resortB at the tiottom. She had been is town tor .h couple ol days and pleaded guilty to the charge of plying her business as' a common proal.ittite. The chief, stated that she had refused fo con-' I I ' a' aider tho shelter of a rescue home, so the magistrate found (he on!y course left open for him to foll-ow. was to commit her to 'ail. tlhe wusl I .-if'ntenced to two inimths in ills bar-liii-ks at t'algary, the case of Potheiinghatn vs. Wall en (hargf ol assault, wbirU wna re- LAWNS AND (GARDENS We are carrying a fuJi stock of flower and vegelablo seeds. We have -the best Tartetlee of Sweet Pea seeds fseparate colors or mixed) itccked ia large quantUioB. Our lawn eras* seed is tlw best mixi.uro you can prooure for this climate. We are always pleased to give .von jDatinictions as to the beat methods of plaatlog seedB and the culture of plants an^d if yon plant our seeds yon will be well pleated with the results. . ...^_...... I , r-T,|, lii:n ii ili noi tiieri this week. I' i- \'. iiuiiii Al ii;siiin!,r:. A.ixilia manded Irom last Thursday, enme up! v--. again, .1, .She.uheril .qppearlng for the accused and E. V. AlocKenzie for the iilaintiff. .V.i further witiiesiies were called and ihe conn fo;;nd A'.'all of technical asaaul*, iiaposin.g "if s.", rind the cn.sta of thf ease . Three men appeared t > lay itifofm | at ton .'igaln.^t the management ofj Hie .Vlajpstic Tbeslre Io .recover cer I '.'iin monies which tliev cla''m arei .ev.n.u to them on account of work' line (in l-'riday and Saturday nighisi \i :(-(nus that tliey were hired ar! Hi.!;;," hands at the rate of per 1. .11; Twri of the men workej four-' Ten hours e.'i.ch and Ihe oliicr nine] iidiiis. When the-.- asked for what | I'is coming to them thev (.laime.'l , The TERRILL FLORAL CO. PHONE S77 Cor. 4lh Ave. A 11th St. S. Hpil. .Millican & Millican. of Calgary, f.jr Downey, Mr Twocdie, of Stow-,11!, Twcetlie i^l. t'harman, for Me-(iiiiie. ami �!. .1. .McDonald aad I. Yl, .Mc.Vtiile, for Hovnton. (.aI the manager of the theatre of-Wcsiey el.i,r,,| will hold flieir iiii ti- ,,,,-^,1 , |,prii a two-dollar 'hill .'tnd told n.'-etin.u Thursdty afterndun ,ii..m to I'o and get something toj e.M. riie-. r(h.fijsed ihi.? money asd ! whi i.ir liieir grievances in court to-. Uap'.'-t l.,.|ie6 Alii S..;]e". uill ;,,ini)u morning, .'if'eiiiodii 111 if,-. \\ edni'smiy ! rodu. of the I'hiire'i. 1 I.' : i'l. . liiir, erf.;: i . . : : � � � lie "'IUa;ii d I chiir.'li. v �., Ii v ,:s in -1'. e lieeti Ir-l.l ill  in- . Ii � h n-v S-ii; -. \ , liH^ I" piisi i'diie'i t.idi! i.e lirsi 'Ui.l.i^ i:i ''iM-.t [St Pay Part of the Damages (Ccntinued frorn Front Page.)  A RUMOR THAT ^ ^ CONTRACT WAS SiQNED 4^  ---- ^ Ji is reported on the street ^  I his afternoon that the Dla-   mond Coal Co. had slgnwi   up a new two-year agreement   wilh the local mlnet�k' usioa.   The Herald, horvoTer, has   been unable to net any con-   firmatlon of fhle report, as   ' Supt. Hardle, of the coon-   pany. is in CalgaiT, atlending*  the courentlon of mine op- ^  erators ana mine workers.    CUPID'S COURT Mdwevp;, fiovnton brought actior t Downey, Bell and McOtitre , i"( %'i fPIO The lase ha.<-, been l