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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Mm'ch 24,1911. THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD CLAR CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Day Ssih' itsiHu's IIu'Ikhih' s(re((fi (o-jiumtow with vows- iiij? \ allies from rv�M'y aa*[�)ilsikujK.-^^^^ jirc ccpi-cxMilnl i vc only of-scores o 1'ol licr (Mjiia I ly utlraclivt' l)a rg-.i i iiroideries GhoJoG of our entire new spring Btoclt At fiWjHngs. Insertions, Bead-ing�, Flounclngs, Allovers, Mfttohed Seta WLtid iSoeset EmbroidarJes. ' Ofj Sale t?-tlie* last tl�*io " ' to-morrow at 1-4 Off All The New Style Corsets Reduced TUe remarkable values are good enough to malve quicic work of the fiupniities offered, so take the liinl and do not fail- to share in these splondicf savings: $3.0,0 values sellng ai ..$2.40 $3.oO-viihies selling al ..$2.80 $4.00 vahies selling al ..$3.20 ll.fjn values selling at ..95c $2.00 values selling at . .$1.60 $2.75 values selling ai. . .$2,20' Hand Bags Exu'aord^nar.y savings throughout the entire stock. Newest shapes in fine leather goods in a great variety of all the wanted colors. On Sale for the^ last to-morrow at j Great Saving To-Morrow in the Ready-to-wear Sectiori-The oppoi-turiity of the S^H^ t6 Supply your Easter Needs at Substat|tial Savings U'h 1] comr ngiii to the rioint ui this siJleiidiii rcad.v-to-wear bale by agiioiinoitig jhe mns; r> mnrkable jiriee favors ofl'ered the women of this city [u nianj moons Scores of gaiiiieins ' �luiHDl meniioii here are reduoeit to effect an ira nieiliate clearance-Stilts. (^o.'its. .SUin-s ai; ' Dresses In the ver;. nr-w^si slyleB and most Wriiiti'il iii:iteri:ils, iiiid of lllc famous ".Vui' liw ,r. shaiie-keening tualie. $lb'.Oll Pure Wool tiuila at...............$15.00 $20.i�'i I'lire Wool Siiils at..............$16.50 ,?li2..'.ii Pure Wool .'^uits ill ............ $18.75 $:J."..iiii I'lirc Wool Suiis ill .........,.$21.00 $27.;'.u l-'iire W iiol Suils-al ...............$23.50 $30.00 Pure Wool tfnit.s :ii ...........$25.50 $1^2.r.O Fiii-e Wool Suits ai...........$28.00- 00 I'ure Wool rfiiitg at ----.-.$29.75 .?"fn.-00 I'liie Wool .Suits .i:_________$3,4.50 Si.'nU Pure Willi) Skiri.H iii.............$4,95 $S..-o Pure Who'. Sluris a' _____..........$6.80 $12.00 puio Woolt'oats'at .. SI."..ini Pure Wool Coats a(. . ?17.."iii Pure \\"ool (."oats; itf- . Si.S.Oii r'.uie Wool .. $l'.i.,'>ii Pure W(jul-C-oats-at .., $21.-jo Pure. Wool t.'oats.a^t.-.. .i;22.^"ii' Pure Woo] Coat.s-.;a-t .. $:;,"j.0o, Pure Wool Coats .at .. $20.0(1 Pure Wiiol $2i!.."iO l-;iire Wool.Dresses at . $2.'i.OO-Pure Wool Dresses at . -Wn �make-alterations :i iid giuiranlec the fit.' Neckwear and Belts .\ coiupleie new sior-k in the new PHI and uainiiest designs of the season, including Slocks. .laOois. faiiry �collars, bows and a lovely range ot Jeaojleti c-vlasiic, velvet and wnlsl i^bolk. ALL AT BARGAIN PRICES All the new Underskirts and Waists Going at Bargain Prices * .No such aceoriments within your rein h as are lieri> pre-senieri fnr- khii- judgmeni ,-ind uj)|)ii)V,1l. \'iilues tor i.o-liiorrou iiie viiihoiil a doubt llie. viu'.i lic.-^i iver lOlered on sui h liiHwls :. i Ills si.:isou iii i lie vi iir $!.;!'. Wiiisi- ^e!ling at 95c .?l.i:.'. Wii-l.'i I.ii:; ill $1.25 7ri Waisi!..l.00 Wiilsis, Ki liim at $3.20 Oil Wiii,-!tj; si-lling, a( $4.00 $1-."iO i;o\\iis Ki-M.iiM at ..$1.20 $1 .iii! nriwii;: i-.eilin.i; a! . . 75c $1.2.-. i;. 1. Giie for a short lime. i     . a j The Wesley church Missionary Anx I The annual meeting of the Letb !'"^�'J' "i*-'' club room.j yi�sterd&,i , bridge Tennis Club v.-lll be held in ih. atternoon and the dozen meimbers Ir Hank of Montreal chambers lomorrov i'".te"da"Pfi listened tQ imore.snng; ac altornoon at four o'clock 'founts of the mlsnion iVork In Chin;, I , , , ' which were read by Mrs. Fetteiiy, anc also a number of clippings on th, /.cnana missions iu India. The Mis [ Kion Auxiliary will hold a chain n ' teas during the soring months. Tht | firsi fill be held at the parsonage oi i Tueadav afternoon.    " . , � .Mrs. A. ./arvLs, who for the pasi i ai.vteen members of St. Cyprl'an'i year has been visiting with relatives ' Parish Auxiliary met at the redor;-in ihe east, has returned to Letli ^with Mrs. McMlllen yesterday after iirldge and will visit for some timi ,oon. The members dci^ided to hold with .Mrs. Charles .\lcKillo|i. ^ui ni'ron and pantry sale after East 111- and will begin at onco to make ap 'I liny American and Canadian fia.Ki i were tlie favors for the Waltz Ciertnac i ttlii'.-h was enjoyed by sixty memher. i of the "Don't Worry Club" at thei, i hop in the Pytlilan hall last evening. rons for the evenU The "lone" bach elors of the city will be glad to know that the society will darn their hosi for the small sum of five cents i pair. Mrs. Roy and Mrs. Hayr wer^^l ~ U'y^ '^i^ LAWlHH AND , GARDENS , We arc carrying a full iltoek of flower and vegetable seodh.,.... We h�.ve the best varjell�� ^ of Sweet Pea seeds (aeparat* � colors or mixed) stocked In large quantities. * Our lawn gras? seed t� U��/ best mixl.ure you can pFocura for this climate. '1 We are''(iH>� ays' {flmisea to give yon 'thBtriietlons, as to the best �metiiodB' -piantlnj seeds, .and the culture o( plants and .lit jf.ou.j'plant our seeds you. will be well plcucd with the'resuli*. e TERRIIi FLORAL CO. P HONK 677 Cor. 4th Ave.A'li^h i/f Ottawa Says |.  !|' Herfon Wavers? ((jonlinuedtfropi'front pajje).,:' ;| mittee met last evening and decldei r'he ne.xt meeting will be held Thurs to bold a devotional service of the �'^'^r afternoon, March 30, with Mr ' dard need be feared.;,, League on iMonday evening next. Th( committee will meet again in the clul rooms of the church tomorrow even ing at S o'clock. * w a The Art Needle Work Club wil, meet with Mrs. lievlne at her apart j nients in the Victoria Mansions .\lon day afternoon. All the members art especially urged to be present as the final arrangements for the club's large "At Home" will be made.    -Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cunningham went up to Frank yesterday afternoor to attend the opening banquet of thf l''rank Sanitarium and Jlotel. The.^ returned home this afternoon. A num, ber of Lethbrldge people received in .\rthur Hayr. Mr. and Mrs. P. Ashcrott cntert.-'i ed a number of friends delightfull;. Wednesday evening for their hous'. guests, Mrs. Sanderson, Mrs. Mowat and the Misses Sanderson. Card were played at five td.oles and at thf itb Mr , Anothpr ^supplemjeiftkp^ return 'klT.'i ing aaditiotoal Correspondence receljTfJ Ct by the gibvemtheht relatlVe� Close of severar games the pretty fa vors were awarded .Miss A. NIven, Mr. J. Ramsdale aiv, -Mr. R. Culbertson. In tlie cnurpe o the evening an appetizing repp si w.s served. A profusion of large pink am white carnations bri.riitened the draw Ing rooms where the games v.-.-sre nlny ed. Mr. Moach added greiitly to the evening's pleasure wTtU his renditlor of several spirited instrumental num bers. ciprocity tabled by Hon. W S., FIeia-| ing shows commendations outnuni?}j{ft protestations by nearly three to on� In a loiter to a large Toronto mor'j.-facturer, J. H. Eckhardt, Sir Wiif'rldj Laurier expresses confideii'ce (hiit great advantage t'O the'whole "'ani^^^l Mrs. V. Garbe. jian people will soon be recogal?:ti(|!| throughout the entire rango �>( country. I;' an interview Bckh'"^| G.T.P. Plans Heavy says he is convinced thz^t tJic^TwlfSf country will greatly benelU. Edmonton Llberi�.l� Favar. � I Special to the Heraild) Eamonton, .\rarch -24.-At.a lar.^l attended general meeting ofiLlbsral ll of Edmonton last night,, :aii^sbii(tl^ moved by .Tames Mc(JeorgiB'''aud;!-*S If ouded by Arthur Mowatt was uinil .| I line direct trom Brandon to Rec;ina i imously passed expressing unqua) j I fron- the past; a line leading north- tied approval of the proposed trail 1: icast (roni Rci^ina, parsing lliroiiRh agi-eement between Canada and t*i|� Work in the West MdviHe .luncnon, and on to I-?iul-i united States. The principal 8p�ii1j>' (Continued from front page). -% soli's Bav ; a lino from Rea;inr, to ors of the evening were Hon. Dunciiil . the boundary ; a line from R^gi-hit In -"ar^haU and Hon. O, R. MUoIioIl. TMsl In ^askiilchcwan fi.riu .nhe lieuina -Ijinuulary branch LeUibriJuo. i ' from ^^ei;inii lo a pSiol imiucdialch .siiiilhi,i'.'U look for 1111,1 "Ideal" C.uir.uueo, .Ask us lo , tend 'Tlie Philosuiihy u{ !iloi.'p," a bo kict you wiil en- | joy rcadini,;, and we will lell yo.j I lie uii.k ..t Ihc Uxm! dc.-ilcr where you will find tltv "Ideal" ! stall line. .�isk for Booklet Xo.Mi' j lc(t las! Saturday for Veriii.l-/oi'i. iifler .s'/'eading t.'ie i wo iroiiili.s will) her motlicr Mrs, ti.,'ii. Beck, of I.ellibridiie. He\ T, 1'- I'eitv reliinied >estcr-il.iy imiu I';iliuiiiiliiii, where he was ill li-iiiliii.j; the inecllMi; iif the .Albcrla ('olle..'!' I'diird. 'iliis iiiMniiii,!: he v.eiil In i'iili;iiry on a 11.. iiii; business trip riie Hm Scoiit Ciiuneil met at ;he \' M I' \ vesl-erihiv al niinii tn riiv eiiss ways and means tn niitlii tlie linys 11 w,is decided tn f;ive a cnii-(rri nr eiilerliiiiiiiienl al sniiu- fu-j liirc il.ite and llie n? inev wniilil In- ii,-;i.d js a p.-rmaiieiit Ine'iing (unl The linys are tn bnrrnw the luniicv In liMv their niiltils. iinil when IlieV; iiie iible.'ln iniy biick I lie moiiev to i li.i- Iniid Those present ;il the liieel-\v,z v.-ere : Mii,inr lliiiiietl, A B. , .si;;ffnl. M K, Ka;ike. Dr, Stewart,' V. S Hall, U', A, llaiuiltnn. .Stmit, V.isii'i \ all ,\lh'naiKl 1", Tlii.nias C.N.R. DEPOT AT CALGARY (Special to the Herald) Calgary, March 24.-The C / .N". R. is reported to be erect- � ing a depot out of the heart of the city as at first plnnn-ed. The city offered suah-'ob--.ieetions to the railway cut-ilug through the middle anda spoiling (he streets that the, railway decided it was best ^ to stay beyond ITlh avenue. , , �iP-**'*^-****.  Dancer Cii-rd cf Piles By Zarri-Buk:-Mr. Thomas J. Hogan, Cl),arriijiffll| Clop and Podestal Dancer, of/CBnad|| who reBides at 59 Chambord St.,'Mo"* real, writes; "It gives me mtich plea lire to let yon know my opinionf .vriir wonderful Zam-Buk, For son time past 1 have been troubled wilt te'les, but this year I suffered'sb muc (hat f was obliged to cancel a numbe of pngngements. I tried all the s6-ca:ll ed remedies thai were rocommende but they seemed to do ma no gopfi Ilavinn- been advised to try Zam-Bu}| ^ 1 purchased a box and after applyin I'irliires change tniii.ijhl a( the F.u-.| it a few times I felt'marked relle iU'SIXESS LOC.\LS reka. We are willing to convince y.qu that v.c liave liie rigbl i;onil.s at the riKli! prices ii \ on will come round lo see us. We also invite you to briiiii: your Katon's CalaloRue and villi will see (nr yourself that our prices are lower in all linen lines. Tins sale will onl.v be on for this week, .so get bii.'jy. Irish Linen .Store, Sl'� Third Ave,, next door to .Miss Tiliiev, milliner. Don't fail to see ".lean the Matchmaker " at the Eureka. .\ laugh froitf to finish. � rOEAU BEDDING C: MONTOiiAl. - TOUOflTO - WINNIPGa |THAW MOVED TO IMBECILE WARD ] New York, March "I -Harry K I Thaw was today Irar,-^ fened fr:im bis oirl wiird in .^lattawim Si.'.ie llespila: I to a ward wbr^ro his asfioi-ialea wil j be imbeciles, paresis -.letiir.s and niei whose mentality is of a low order. 1 continued with tlie Zairi-Buk nicnt, and Ihe relief-was extended tnt a perm.-inent cure. I gladly pernil| ycu to use ray experience as an lllu tratlon of the fereat value of Zam-Bu for piles." Another Illustration of how Zsm-Bii cures long-stnnding cases of piles; provided by Mr. W-iUiam Kenty, Upper l^lne-mie.River, Hapta Co., S. He says: "I suffered terribly frol piles, th? pain at times being air i unbearable. Zam-Btik' -'''was- recoa i meudp'ri lo mo so I prooured a, suppll I and commenced with the treataie ' i .A'fler a very short time Zom-Buk fccred a complete cure." i Zam-Buk Is also a cure ,for absccsRcs, oczama, cold sores, ped hands, varicose'ulcers, l blood poison, ringworm, cuts, bruises, childr'ien'B abrastona,i-s.ilt rheum,-etc. All dnigrBlati;; stores sell at oDc box, or-postifrea 1 .'iam-Btik Co., Toronto, for pr^iee.^J Buli;.Soai!, wWcii.m8jL!ii6ji�iLb��-* druggist at 2oo per tablet; shpuMWI used iTistoad of oiidjiuijy. jioftp^to'� cases of eruptions and'ekiflVlit^n^l 77 ;