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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN GET RID OF PILES AT HOME Impl* Hpme R�m�dy, Easily Applied QIVM Quick R�li�f and Pravent* All Dangar from Operation. Send f�r Free Trial Package and Prove It In Your Case. Don't avmi think of an operation for pll�3. B^monilwr wJint the old fumlly diTctor said;' Any pan of the bcKjy cut away ia gone forever. One or two appll(>aUoi)s at Pyramid Pile Remedy and all the p^ln, fire and torture r.oaaes. In a retnarUq,bIy short tliii� the congostod vwina are reduced to norinai aiod you vrill seen be all right aigaln. Try i this remarkable remedy. Sold everywlwre at drug storoH. Send for a free trial package an:�� ::t -A: The Lndie.i' ..\id of the Fifth av-^ enue BapliHi. church will meet nt the j home ofi Mrs, Donald, Fourth avenue { North, at threi; o'.i'lock tomorrow af- i teriioon. Mcmburs and friends will be heartily welcome. On Fi'iday eveninp the Adult liible clasH of Weslminstcr church wiiU hold a social at Ihi' lionin ot >lr. and -Mrs. H. Ingram, .".I? Twelfth alrcet A North. The Willaiil W.C.T.U. met on Wednesday afternoon ai. the home of -'^IrB. Washbrook. It was decided to hold an elocution conli'St in (he near future, ruT'thcr particulars to bi' made known later. �i: y r- The Miitre \ous club are entertaining al .-i liain-e in llarpei's Hall tomorrow evrning. No invitations have bo.'n given out except by Iclcphonc, and ;;ny mnniJKirs, v.lio may have been overlooked, arc kindly asked to take this notice as an invitation. The Daughters and .Maids of England will entertain at an invitation dance on Tiiursilay, .\pril 2n(l. =5N SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY Wise buyers will be here bright and early tomorrow The following offerings are exceptional, unusual, and the true ring of merit in every "special." Read! For the Bride No gift is more acceptable^ thanbeautiful.durableodvcr-wure. Pcmomber that Sfi'ROGERS BROS. is the original "Rogers." It U "Silfer Flats that Wears'' Made in the heaviest grade oi plate, and ranks first in quality. Sola hy i.g�m�o r>c�i��" The Balance of Our Men's Clothing At Sure Selling Prices Friday Morning At 9 the Sale Commences, Continuing for TEN DAYS Into this lot we have assembled all of tlic season's popular priced Suits and Overcoats. The former prices were $12.-50 and .1(15.00. LOT NO 1 $9 50 Which means Ihtit the actual value of these Suits aiul Overcoats, based on a comparison with similar garments sold by othei" retailers, is from $17.50 to $25.00. The Suits and Overcoats grouped under this i)rice ordinarily sell at $18. They arc equal in vahie to suits selling much higher elsewhere. Lot No. 3 Lot No. 4. At this sale price you can buy the type ot Suit or Overcoat you would usually find purohafled by men who can afford to pay lllMirally for their clothing; it is no e.xasgeration to �ay that �u.ita equal to these have been �oM during tlie season in raauy stores at $30.00. $14.50 Wonderful Values Men's Negligee Shirts $1.25 TO $1.80 VALUES, ASSORTED PATTERNS, STRIPE, CHECK OR PLAIN 95c �1.75 VALUES, ALSO ASSORTED FINE QUALITY MATERIALS $1.25 each $2.2S VALUES, HIGH GRADE SHIRTS, THE PRODUCT OF THE BEST MAKERS $1.75 each Men's Christie Hats, 13.00 and $3.50 values In this lot you \vlll find only the very best of clothing made to meet the cora-i;etitlon of custom tailoring, to prove to the mam who is a slave to custom-made-.Huits that he can purchase ready-to-\vear Karmenta superior to those of the average custom tailor at far leas prices. Suits and Overcoats, $25.00 values. $18.75 at Absurdly Low Prices Men's Light Underwear Men's Merino Underwear - Medium weight imderwear sold for between-sea-sons. wear, a wool ami cotton mixture, worth $1.25 a suit---- Men's Fine Lisle Combinations-I-Hne whilte llslo .lust like silk and of excellent wearing quality, worth $2.20 a suit................. $1.75 Men's Elastic Knit Comblnation�-Union suits, pei-foct fitting gar- t*ta fff^ merits, worth $1.75 a suit____91 .9v The Bentley Co., Limited Natural Color Pongee Silk away down in price Shantiuif; Silk away down in 7>rice-that's the .specl;il wurd from llu; silk t:ountHr I'or tomorrow's EoUirig. ."ifin yards of this fine natui'al color shanliiiit; aUk-25 Inches wide. ^\'e liavf? made the vnhie ,-,o good that it will only last a few hourH' KClilng at. 9Qa FRIDAY, ve; yard .................. Style and quality in these Men's Boots at $4.35"For Friday In the poiniliir Gunmetal, in the �staunch wearing Bex Calf, Blucher and Balmoral styles. This is a clearing aKsortment of broken lines, not every style siioe in every size, but all sizes represented in the assortment. Regular values up to ?6.50. FRIDAY ................... $4.35 $5 model in Ladies' Gun Metal Boots for $3.99 A Variety of Pretty Waists 89c There are only eighteen pairs in this range of Ladies' Gunmetal Bluchers. Every pair is worth $5.00 in the regular way. They have viscoUzed Bolfas ar.d smaj't heels. Sizes 2Vi to (1. We are clearing these out tomorrow at this ve!T special pricH Per pair .................... $3.99 .\ table full of these Ladies' fine Wliite Embroidered Waists, nev.-Htyles In higli or low neck. Some are in tucked muslin, oUiei-s with sailor collars, long or short sleeves. Also a line of black Sateen Waists with tucked frcnts and soft collar and cuffs. Some of these sold up as high QQ^ as $1.75. FRIDAY .......... 09C Week end sale of natty Matting Suit Cases How about a Suit Case?-one never comes aniiiis-most fjeople make sboi't trix>8 one time or another. Mere is a matting case that is light, easily packed and easily handled, stylish too, well made with brns.=i lock and clasps, and the prices are very little tomorrow. � OC 22 inch Hizp. .....................91 24 iiic'h si/,(> S1.35 Men I You will soon be needing one of these Water Proof Coats 1( won't he- long now before you will be needing one of these Waterproof Coats. Here are new Spring s-hapcsi-junt newly arrived, Raglan or box sleeves, close fitting collars; aplen-4id fitting and guaranteed waterproof. Don't let this opport\inity pass. Sizes QQ :!C to 51.1, regular $8.."0 ............9v.�l9 Rpgiilar -^12.00____ S9.50 Your new spring Shirts, sir! Many smart designs Beauty of design and perfect fit In every one ot th?.';e Men's .Negligee Shirts. They come in lilain colors and neat pin stripes �o populiu' ju.4it new. Smart coat style, dressed cufta. Lay. in your summer stock tomorrow. QO*� Sizes M to tfiii.. �.Hegular ?1.75.. .. 99C DON'T MISS THESE LINOLEUM SPECJALS YELLOW JUMBO BANANA SPECIAL, PED DOZ. 20c Anyone purchasing $2.00 worth of ''Groceries can get 20'(iiUnds Sugar for 95c Friday and Saturday. Toilet Soap 8 for----25c Fresh Lettuce, Tomatoes, Cucumbers and Cauliflower 'in Grocery Section. These lieavy quality Inlaid LJnoleums Iri' new and at-' tractive de^ signs; .iuat pieces in this lot, regular $1 square yard. 84c SQUARE YD. More of this heaviest quality printed line Colorings for oedroom. kitchen or halls, etc Regular 6 Be square yard. 48c SQUARE YD. 25 CASES GOOD JUICY ORANGES 2 DOZ FOR 23c Anyone purchasing $2.00 worth of Groceries can get 20 lb. sack Sugar for 95c Friday and Saturday. Large Oranges 2 doz. 41c See the New Hudson's Bay Special Trunk 36" size $9.75 1. BURy'M VISIT George Bury, vice-president and general manager of the western lines of the C.P.R. passed through the city this afternoon on' a periodical visit of inspection, coming in from the coast. Seen hy the Herahi, Mr. Bury did not offer any statements for publication, and in answer to a query as to whether the stockyards would ho moved, he stated that the matter had not yet been brought to his attention. He remained in the city for a very few moments, leaving for tly east. He was accompanied by D. C. Coleman, superintendent oi Alberta lines. Trainmaster Ainsley of Maclcod, Superintendent Harshaw of Cranbrook, and J. M. Cameron, sti-perintendent lof this division, who left with Mr. Dury for Medicine Hat. Goderich merchants are promoting a cash purchase reform. MACLEOD ELEVATOR CHANGES HANDS Macleod, Alta., March 25.-Mr. A. J. Maly, manager of the Macleod Flouring Mills, has purchased the elevator at Pearce from Godfrey Young, the price paid being, it is said, in the vicinity of $0000.00. Dr. K. L. McLaren, aged sixty-five, reeve of Point Edward, died yesterday. Take a Box of Neilson's Home To the Woman Who is Nearest and Dearest to You She will derive dual pleasure from the gift. First she will delight in your act of thoughtfulness; and second, appreciate the fact that you have given her the best chocolates that money can buy. All Druggists and Confectioners sell THE TORONTO ^ LADIES' QUARTETTE Four ot the Most Talented and Versatile Voting ivAdies that over toured Canada, will provide an evening of Music, Mirth and Mimicry VIOLIN VOCAL ELOCUTION PIANO Highest Testimonials from Best Critic*'. AT WESLEY HALL Monday Evening Next Voti are assured a mc?t enjoyable evening. ^ "THB CHOCOLATM THAT ARE PII'rEW�NT" ; ^ Lecture- TOMORROW NIGHT Don't forget the Lecture of Dr. Morton L. Hose at the Christian Church, tomorrow, (Friday) night. The best lecture of the season. Subject: "The World's Greatest Wrestling Match" * i Admission 2Sc \4: ;