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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta LETTTBRIPGE PATLY HEftALD LITTLE PRICES; LITTLE PROFITS; AND A ,B1GGER BUSINESS JUST IN! THOSE SMART TAILORED WAISTS WITH SOFT COLLARS and GUFFS We Imvc.lx'oii promising our customer's spine pretty, snappy styles in now .shirt style waists for- women. Tuesday mommy's express brought' us all we iuul .hoped .for, and then You im- agine of a finer lot of these, last, minute styles blouses. They have the new soft double collar, small set in sleeve, plain pocket ttntl double haekenlTs. Every suitable material, Tussore and Ha.jah silks, Poplins, ,JlyPI's> Corded Vesti'ngs and Oxfords arc used in their make up. Sixes range from 34 to 40, and the -prices are. exceptionally moderate A Customer o Ours Kcnmrkod the other day '-'one reason J like 'to dea here is. thai I always receive intelligent, and courteous treatment from your sales am never urged to buy things that I do not need I, invariably find your prices lower than other It in a Nutshell -iScrvice plus-low prices and dependable merchandise is the standard we are striving .to are glad that our efforts are appreciated. QddPairs Lace Curtains One and two pair lots ot ulgh grade-'-Batten sel. and Nottingham curtains In plain and embroidered de- signs, colors white, arah, linen and cream, valuet, langing from So 00 nn (n 515 on nt jne-th.ird off. Down Filled Comforts 34 only, large, size quills, oi jomfortcrs; 'covered with fin- quality sllkollne-in loral nd paisley designs A refiiler S7.QO. comforter, ship- Mi to us early. !hoose early and save the dif- MILADI EDITED SY "INO" Residence 1116- An Interesting Showing of Summer Dress Materials Customers toll us that we arc showing the finest lot of Summer Bresa Materials in the city. One think you will iioiice when vou look these, new'goods over is that all the better dress materials are in dress lengths only. Out of a very extensive stock we mention these few specials. Tokio Silk 25c A. regular 40c a yard silk material with 'a small dot pat- tern; pretty eolora such as rose, slice, .sky, leather, shell inches wide. MahdiSilkSOc Something new this season resembling Tussore only two shades left, cream and reseda 27 inches wide. FancyVoiles7Sc come In 42 in.-widths in dress lengths only; dainty colorings, with neat figured stripes that add greatlj to are -black, _ .cream, Copenhagen, tan, bis- -green. Bar Muslin 20c In neat cross bar .patterns also a few, self stripes and colored stripe Hide, goq4 Tftlue at 3oc Col Mulls 35c A fine silky mull, 42 inches wide in half ,a dozen differ- ent easily 50c the material for an in- expensive frock. Col Voiles 35c All the rage this and such a splendid lot of pink, hello, tan, white, with check or -striae to 30 Inches u-lde. Emb.Voiles 60c A plain .even mesh voile with a spot embroidered in or a nine, white hello ,or tau very effec- tive material. Bor. Voiles 90c In colors of tan, sky. reseda, with a ten inch scroll border embroidered in golrl. 'A dresg length in each color; 42 Inch- es wide. of Any of These Materials Mailed to Oufrof-Town Customers. NEMO AND WARNER'S CORSETS CLOSED BRIDGE TO THE LADIES TOO rONLV: CAN. CROSS INTERNA- TIONAL STRUCTURE Berlin, Ma) 1 Thr> penchant wo- mcp for smuggling' has caused their exclusion from the budge the Khine at Luetenau, which connects Oeiuiaiiy and Anatna The Litter opposed the brldBB under any circumstances, but finally consented to it on condition that it nould be used onl) men, because Momen Were lerj efficient smugglers i RECEIPTS AT BENEFIT SHOW London, Ma> benefit per- formance at the Hippodrome yester day nas attended by Reid, six Euiopenil amhasadors, and many other prominent peisons- The returns amounted Jo uhicll ill be a'lded to the Titanic fund A Variderbilt paid for a box. The Mansion House fund lias reach ed while the Dally Mail wo- men 8 fund has reached Empress Eugenie has cnntrlhut ed 1500 lo the Southampton fund, hich amounts to The total or the British funds appioximate LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS RUSSIA WONT ASSJSTTO SHOW M Maj ref- erence ti> the statement emanating L melon that the Russian gm is not gmng i simpithelic reception to the invitation extended in connection with the Pinami Paci fio it ib' pointed out here that I he Russian consul it San Ftaii Cisco received an invitation to Rus Ma fo participate, in the exposition The ministry of commerce to which the invitation was ieferre.1 decided against participating and this answer was at that time communicated through the consul. Among the changing months, May stands confessed- The 'sweetest, ami. >'in fairest .colors The new-born May, As cradled yet in April's lap she lay Horn in yon blaze of orient sky, Sweet May! thy radiant form unfold, thy blue voliipluous.eye, Anil wave thy shadowy locks of gold. Erasmus Darwin. Wreaths for "the May for happy- Spring Totlny shall all her dowry The love of kiml, tho joy, the grace, Hymen of clement and race, Knowing well to celebrate With SOUK and hue.and star and state, With tender light and youthlul cheer, The sponsals ol .the new-born year Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. W.- Downer. Mrs. J. II. Rivers. Mrs. H. Williamson. Mrs. Brodie, ,6-18 Eleventh St. Not receiving tomorrow Mrs. (Dr.) Taylor, nor again this season. f A. Heche'has returniui from an extended stay in Winnipeg. Mrs..Khymt Jamieson is spending a. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Holes, Strathiuore. Mrs. Tibert, who has been serious- ly ill for some time past in the Gait Hospital, was sufficiently recovered to leave that institution yesterday, and is doing niceh Judging from the interest taken in The after dinner toasts will lie re spondivl (o by 'Campbell'. Aird, Mill ard fiohertsbn, T. ..S. and' Rev. A. Cameron. i The wedding of Miss Edith Mac Donald to Mr. William Proctor, boll oi' IVVigrath, was solemnized by the Kcv. A. (j, Cameron at onc-tliirt) this afternoon in the'vcstrv ol Knox church. 13ptli bride and groom were unattended. Mr. and Mrs.. Proctor will reside in Magralh. KANE-ilUXROE A quiet hut pretty wedding was solemnised at Westminster parsonage at today, when Miss Edna Mar} Munroc was united in f nutn- moi.y to Mr..Leonard 0. man of the Herald.press room. liov. A. A l.vtle tied the nuptwl knot in the: presence of only a few very intimate'friends Both bride and groom arc well known in the citj and lune a host of friends, who join in best wishes for their future happiness Clubs and Societies The-Women's Mission Circle of the First Baptist church will meet at the home of Mrs. H, P. Oland, 310 Suth Vie, V, S, tomorrow aftci- noon'at three o'clock The Philharmonic society will meet or rehearsal, in the. Majestic theatre tomorrow (Thursday) night at 8.30, when a full attendance is earnestly requested. Our Sale of Suits iwing bj t'e Polmaticr Sisters in the M.C.A. auditorium, the attendance be large. The, performance commence at eighpthirly Mrs. .O. T. Marrs and children Paisley, Out, have arrived in th citj, to join Dr Mlrrs of the dcta itrm of Mirrs ,ipd M-urs They ar pnsent guests Mrs V, H until-they ''more into theii own Itome. Mrs Stavilev Dunn formeily Miss N'aomi Minor of Lethbridge Utd eld her posl nuptnl icception crday afternoon and evening, at the residence of her aunt, Mrs. William King, Hutchinson street. She wore her w edtling Oow n and w is assisveu in. receiving by Mrs. King. The tea- table which was iiiornti! With p-L and pirk satin ribbon, waspre sided over hj Mrs Robert King and Miss finning and those sen ing were Miss Edna Dunn. Miss Dor- othy. Lane, and Miss Leor.i Mont-real Witness. J he young met of the Secondary Bible, class of Knox church, of which Mi 1 Roberts ib teacher w ill bi. en- tertained at a banquet in Knox school The regular monthly meeting of the