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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ''I, The Lqthbridge Daily Herald Tuesday March 10 HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY The Spring of 1910 finds us a hundred per cent, better prepared in merchandise stocks than ever before. the first time in our history our buyers went direct from this store to England, Scotland, Ireland, Prance, Germany mid Switzerland, and all our imported goods jame direct from these European centres to Lethbridge and were passed through ;the cus- omshere. This means a great saving to you. No middleman's profits; no doubling on LETIimUDGE GETS GOOD PUBLICITY Heal Estate Firm Sending Out Excellent Pamphlet c toms i'rciojit rates. All. Navy Blue Serges, 42 inches, 65c and 85c, extra line serge 46 inches wide, per yard Cream West of England Serge for summer coats and skirts, 54 inches wide; per yard Special value in Colored French Linens suitable for summer drowses in old rose, grey, brown, champagne and turquoise, 44 incnes wide, per yard..................................... All Wool Cashmeres in Blue, Pink and White, 42 inches wide, per yard..........................................- Nun's Veiling in pink, biue and white, guaranteed all wool, per yard................................................... 45c 300 pieces of English Ginghams and Zephyrs, blue, pink, brown and green, checks and stripes, 27 inch s wide, per yard........15c Plain Chambrays in pink, sky, hello and green, 30 inches wide, per yard ....................................................1 Sc C rum's English Prints in darK and light blue stripes and polka dots, 27 inches wide, per yard.............'.............10c and 15c Special line in Galetea for boys summer suits dark blue ground with wnite and red stripes, 27 inches wide, per yard............20c SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' .BARETTES, FITTED WITH THE FAM- OUS SPRING OR CATCH. Also new range of Shell Back Comhs and Side Combs hvbrown and black; Ladies' fancy hair pins, all sizes. Lethbridge uud outhern Alberta got a good deal of publicity from the lit- erature'.sent out by real estate and farm land men. TJje Herald has 'been pleased io notice the matter and style in which these have been got up. The latest to come before its notice is a splendidly -printed pam- phlet got out by Loniiquist-Sharp Co., certainly is a gem. Typograph- ically the pamphlet Is most attractive and Che reading matter interesting. The city comes In for a good de- scription. The introductory paragraph of the 'pamphlet says: is a good city to dive in. is not .alone true from a I residence standpoint, but from 'business standpoint as well. Its wide -streets, its public parks, its buildings and institutions invite the yet underlying all this is Chat spirit of push and enterprise which means prosperity and plenty to the man who; works for wages as well aa j the ,mafi -who puts his capital to use in rhe 'general development of the a'bundant natural resources available, unlike ocher Western Canada prairie towns Lethbridge is the actual centre of Canada's richest Western Empire. For a circle of a hundred miles tihe around the city is capable of supporting as many people as any other equal area in the Dominion, country makes a city pos- sfbie and practical, and if for no other reason than this the future of Leth- bridge Js assured." Throughout are given many valu- able facts about the cky and there is an absence of the extravagant and 'that often do more harm than good. The pamphlet is to be sent all over the continent to advertise the Sunnyside addition i We today offer the following with many Half section adjoining townsite on one of the best towns pn' A. R. and 1. Kaiiway. Full section within three miles of Stirling; steam plow land. 650 acres 4 1-2 miles southwest of half broken, acres ready J or drill A good outllt, a very small payment will give you possession. We will wait for the land to pay the balance. We are buying lands for spot cash. List your lands with iis, and if we can use it, you will get all your money at once. 185 Farm Security Company MEETINGS ARE SUCCESSFUL INVEST ONE CENT IN A Miss Morton, the'Evan- gel 1st, Delivers Strong Message READY-TO-WEAR Ladies' White Blouses All over embroidered front, collar and sleeves -tucked and trimmed with vail lace and insertion, Ladies' White Waists made from finest mull, very prettily made, button back, high lace collar and long tight sleeves, front is neat- ly nicked and trimmed with fine insertion; prices from 2.25 All Over Embroidered Waist, made from best quality Swiss embroidery, perfect, fitting and in all sizes, prices Large assortment of Tailored Shirr Waists made in vestings, linens lawns, ginghams and muus, all are strictly tailored and perfect fitting, prices from to Muslin and Mull Waists in pinK. sky, tan and white, fronts are made with t-2 and inch nicks, button back and long sleeves finished vail lace, Just arrived from England a large assortment of finest English Print Allover Aprons in navy, sky, pink and grey, made with and with'- ovit sleeves; others have bib and handkerchief collar; prces.... ..........................................65c, 75c, 85c and 90c Children's pink and blue Gingham Dresses tor ages 3, 4 and 5, up Babies' and Children's Head Gear in great, variety. Babies' Bonnets in silks from .........................45c to Children's Embroidered Bonnets and at prices and sizes to suit all purchasers. Straw and Allover Lace Bonnets trimmed with silk ties and nich- ing, prices........................................65c to Children's Tarns in navy and red, also white; prices from 40c to MEN'S SUITS n's Grey Tweed Suits with (lark Gripes nuuiino- tlirou.idi; this is our best Men's OTCCII suits with fnm-y chock patterns. has fancy pockets and sleeves "Men's Stone Grey Tweed Suits with fancy pockets and sleeves: this is a special value suit at .Men's Medium Grey Tweed Suits with fancy check pattern Men's Brown Tweed Suits with fancy pockets and sleeves, with full on pants -W9-50 Men's Brown Worsted Suits, drossy pattern and lirst class fit for Men's Brown Tweed Suits with fancy stripes, the latest cut and perfect fit We have the very latest in Boys' Ti and Huster Brown suits in wors- teds and tweed, a lanre assortment to pick from to Ladies' Vici Kid shoes, Blucher cm, welted, extension soles, price por pair 53.50 Ladies' Velour Calf Shoes, Blucher cut. Welted, extension soles: price per pair..........................................S3.5C Ladies' Tan Calf Shoes, Blucher cut, welted, extension soles, prior per Lades' Vici Kid Oxfords, Blucher cut. Paten: tip, welted: price poi pair ...................................................-S3.5C Ladies' Patent Oxfords. Blucner e.ut, welted, price per Ladies' Tan Calf Oxfords, Blucher cut. welted, price per pair. Ladie-' Brown Vici Kid oxfords, Blucher cut, welted, price per pair ...................................................53.50 Ladies' Ox-Blood Oxfords, Blucher cut, welled, price per pair. Men's Volour Calf slices. Blucher cut, we'ted, price per Men's Box Calf shoes. Bluoher rut. wetod. price per Men's Tan Calf shoes. Blurher cut, welted, price per pair......S3.52 Men's Patent Call snoes. Blucher wilted, price per Men's Velour Calf Oxfords. Hiuchor rut, price per pair Mer.'s Paten; Calf Oxfords. Bluchev cut. welted, price per pair. .53.50 Men's Tan Calf Oxfords. Bhicher price per Mtn's Oxlords, Blucher cur. priee per For Brtys and Girls we are showing a full range of new and up- Running Shoes, city boots, gum ooots rubbers of every de- scription. Cr.nvas shoes in various colors. Much interest is being taken by the ipeople of North Letihbridge in special services which are toeing lieid in Westminster Church by Misses Morton and Ball and the -work Is 'meeting with splendid results. On Sunday thirty young -people decided to live the Christian life. In addition to the fact of their 'heiL-g successful the meetings are very much enjoyed, .held in very high regard by those 'who attend rhe meetings. She de- livers her message with force aud clearness. Her earnestness and con- cern is drawing larger numbers night after night and the church has been made .muoli stronger. Miss Ball tak- es charge of the music and slugs wijh effect. For m. If you have Kidney yout Bladder is inflamed and you have to urinate every few vbur back your hands and are sore and you'are all crippled up with you give Gin Pills a chance to show how.they can help you Don't buy themy-simply write us for a free sample of Gin as Mr. Hamlyn did. French River, Nov. 10th, 1908, "A short time ago, I received your sample of Gin Pills which I have taken with such good effects that I herewith enclose 50c. for a box. of. them. I be- lieve they arc just the thing for me." RICHARD HAMLYN. Gin PiUs'proved to be just the thing M'iss Morton is i for Mr- Hamlyn. They will prove just the thing for you, if you will give them a chance to show their value. Invest one cent in a postcard and write today to the National Drug Chem. Co. Limited Dept.A.D., Toronto, for a free sample. Then, when you see that Gin Pills are doing you good, get the regular SOe. boxes at your dealer's. 20 posters out for a grand concert to be held there on Thursday, March Last nig-nt iMiss Morton spoke of 3lst- An attractive program is pror- God's 'part and man's responsibility in regard 'to regeneration. TJie subject was made so clear -that it immediately bore-fruit. Tonight the subject will be "A that 'Messrs. Lonnquist and Sharp are I Yoiras Question" and a cordial ''inviuation Is extended to all the peo- on tfie market. THE ROBERT MEIKLE COMPANY Robert Meikle, the eminent baritone, will appear in this city, sup- ported by Mr. Frank Lloyd, comedian Miss Juanita Badgley, entertainer and Miss Nellie -Malcolm, pianist. Mr. Meikle is just completing a transcon of North Lethbridge and young imen in particular to attend. and sale of work the auspices of the Ladies 'Piricher Creek, March extra excitement prevailed here on St. Pat- rick's day, but the anniversary of the a din- under id of St. Michael's R. 'C. Church. -This af- fair was of a vcry successful charac- tec, there being a good attendance is making a feature of the 'Stirring. hoth at ,hc and the concert> the Interpretation oflwhile. lhe salc o[ work continued. alL, which critics claim he has no equal. through lhe afternoon and The comedy portion of'the S300 was realized. merit is well looked after by Mr. Lloyd j Our farming friends of the Spring, and Miss Badgley. j Rklge have rcccntly He will sing here in the Caledonian been homing Sunday afternoon musi- mised all who attend, with refresh- ments thrown in. The enterprise of those in charge is deserving of suc- cess. On account of__jjie warm weather' last week the streets became so dusty that the municipal sprinkler was 01- dcred out and was a welcome to us all, for the dust was becoming unbearable. Your correspondent now learns that Rev. W. G. James, of St. Church will not leave for Prince-Ru- pert until June. A' baseball match took place afternoon of St. Patrick's Day'- "at tinental tour under tHe direction of irish sajnt celebrated by C. P. Walker, and judging from criti- cisms from cities, his march has been a triumphant one. Mr. Meikle is said to have a bari'tone voice of phenomenal power and range Vie the Athletic, grounds between scrub teams "of town result- ins in a score of IB to 4. GRAND TRUNK TO USE GOVERNMENT Hall to-nighc. eaies and improvement meetings, now tiohs are on between the Grarid'Thi! k" and tlie Government for the fdnner to use the new elevator .lately, toy the Port.CoLbJrne. instead of the old elevator which r'ne Grand Trunk .have run for years. x Is I i I i :f I CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 WE SELL FOR CASH Acadta Block i i I I g Special Sale of Fine Kid Gloves Wonderful Values for Easter Week A SPECIALLY PURCHASED LINE Shoppers 95c HELLING AT ACTUAL MAN- UFACTUKERS COST Made of genuine Kid in fine soft quality, shown in a complete nrnge of sizes from 5 3-4 to 'i 1-4 in colors, browns, tans, modes, greys, aso white or black, finished with two domes, and sewn throughout in the very best possible way. SOLD AT BUYERS' RISK AT THE SPECIAL SALE PRICE THE -EASTER WEEK SALE OF NEW TAIL- ORED SUITS AT ATTRACTS MANY ENTHUSIASTIC AND ECONOMICAL BUYERS S And well it might. We're quite sure that a lower price on garments of equal style, fit and such ex- cellent quality pure wool materials will not be named this season even during clearance -time; so you'd better take heed. The garments involved are those that are "correct" in every detail and the tailor work- is the sort that guarantees long wear. Materials are are serge and worsted in plan and self stripe effects, shown in colors navy, brown, old rose, grey, catawba and black. All Alterations Free of Charge Newest Laster Neckwear and Belts New asler Veilings and Auto Scarfs i-ivery new mesl: that will be popular this season shown in splendid variety of choice in aH the war. led colors. ALL SILK VEILING SPECIAL AT 25c. New designs in silk goods splon did wearing qualifier in co.ors, navy? brown, green, cream and black. PRETTY AUTO SCARFS SELLING AT 75c. Made of fine quni- muslin de'soie in colors, reseda, tan. grey, brown, navy. etc, 24 inches wide hemstitched ends. siock of thes? dainty fixings that every woman delights to have, innuling wash storks, jabo-Js, Dutoh embroidered limits, silk nmS ap pliquc stocks. eJaslif in every cd color, .satin am" mniiri'.- bows, and in addition to thes< many handsome nov ij; jabot and collar pins, sash pirn boll buckler cuf' links, br-nuty pins. Priced at I-TC, oC, '50c. nnd Ot ;