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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, May 1, TTTK LETIIBRIDOE DAILY HERALD Page First in 1670 For Friday and Saturday [Foremost Today A Sale of Great Magnitude in Celebration of the 43rd Anniversary of the Incorporation of the Hudson's Bay Company N MAY :Jiul, 1070. or in olhor words, vi-art. tomorrow u charier er.-mU'd by ilic isli (iovcrimii'iil "The (iovenior nnil ol AilvtMiiureis oi' Trniliiiir into lluit- commonly known a> "Tin- IliKNun'n liiiy Company" who MniU'd muling in ;ii thai an almost unknown by ilu1 buffalo ami iur- iitj; iijiiuiaK The many hy this hnud of Traders opened way for Inter- ami ciilthaiion, has developed and imo lii'lnii' wliai i straight-forward, !th uhoiu they in (onnrt, v.h.ich iiaK helped tu uu Fir: 1 lo all jiatio'is, iri'-y ricUor I-C-DJ. nhiU a lliiltig of '2tZtd Anniversary have [trt made j-'jcti concessions from our ordinary low. prices an j lij all who are formsiaie ei'ou-'lj 10 latUuipate in the olfei i. Kcntl the news and come earli bo dial >ou ina> leceiw ssllhe tnciliO'Is, oilahllabed a LOKQ of conridt-ce bKweni ihemFelces bad aviie lo bring their business to such inmic-r.-.e I'-roportions as ai present >s low as cjn poEEibli be rr.i.le tor quality sold siine (inrtcous treat- f aM are on :iu equal footing when i t-rt, J a list of seasoualjle ami uaiued lines of ilepe 10 totnono'.v rcd-k'Uer day In our bisto.y is one of iho inoM sattefiutory shopping in i -nhfliL tages of yarly selection. niu-liiv cla> that v.1H ie lemem- c ainuls of this Black and Colored Sunshades Three duzpii LruLtV Pjrasoia In black and plain n'.orfi of uaiy itnd uf tll> durable and lustrous fmis'i Silkhie. Have steel .-cJs and paragon frames. ANNIVERSARY SALE PRtCE Real Hair Switches Just a uouplc of dozen only. Heat ,Hair Swiichea. in a iliorouyhly reliable inulies tong are full liaircd. Light, medium or dark brown. Anniversary Sale ...t. Cushion Tops Tinted Linen Cushion Squares iu a cf subjects Indian Ufc antl customs In western Canada Annivmury Sule ____ Shantung Silks yards Silk Xntiiral full and a durable quality. Anniversary ____ Flannelettes Blankets Kitra largo size anil heavy quality in Flannelette Blankets white or grey, with pink or blue borders also a Hue of plain each Hlankst cut and finished separately. SUe GO i 80. Anniversary Sale English Damask Spreads of tbe moat safisfactoiy Wed Spreads, both lor and appearance possible to obtain at any price. Sl7e 60 x ST inches. Very pietEy MoraE designs, Anniversary Sale S1.43 43C S1.43 Long Chamois Gloves l.idioa' Wf.shablfi Gloves In (he "long 16 button length, halnrat chiunois color. 21 Jwas, sizes fi to 7. Anuiver.sary Sale S1.43 Dress Goods Dlack nnd Shcniirrd'2 CLec'w. sky, and brown Vrciich CathiiJtre ani! ;i few pistt's of yrty and fancj tweerls In 40 to 4T> inch u'clths Ladies' Tailored .Suits, up to values for -I p y J. Anniversary Sale Suede Hand Bags 43c Two dozen only. 3uc-Je Hand Uags, mo'Jiit- cd iu lifaek or frames. Have long cord hamlle. Anniversary Sale................43c Table Linens Half Hicsvlicil Pure ir'eb Linen, sat'ri table dani- in an exceptionally ntcc wtavc anrl a very Inches Anniversary Webb's Irish Linen Towels Ten only. Webb's Hire Uncn Huck Towels, Ifcav extra soft finish and absorbent bleached. Size 20 x ,1S- PER Anniversary Sale...............43C Lwcuivlhr suits for just .that number of Ladies- nil this F'uson's imrortationE.jind .thoroughly uyto-date in detail. Materials comprise .line p-jre wool French ttrrfe-5 in tan. black aisti iu IJTO-MI ami hcjtlcr mixtures, hi., tight medium dark Coats are in Cut-away arc well tailored and HI EQUIP satin lined. Skirts In meJIum width anil correct, medium high ivaSst band Sizes 1C MiE-rs, lo li lo values; Anniversary Special Ladies' House Dresses i-'vjrt Crinsliam Drosses, made .from finest qualities in fflst iolor iini-nrlid'EOOdf. (Jomo In blue, .champiisne or pink and v.iiiif in check, while yst others arc in plain c-o'ors. All trimmed v.-lth commallng colors. Complete range of I .aches sizes. Regular S3 lo 55.CO values. AiniiMTsai'y Ladies' and Misses Middy Suits A. limited quantity rally, Ladies' and Misses' .Middy in white or blue trimbicu v'.tb contrasting coloj come I'.i.e the pullover .lumper in the ner.- an.l iaiiniy Norfolk Middy Style. Sizes 10 ia Misses lo 3'j in Aiinivorsiiry Sale.............S2.43 Anniversary Day Specials In Our Tea Room SAIAU With Bread and Ilntter, Tea or Coffee ZOc. N'I'T BREAD and Tea or Coffee AND CRB4M. Cake and Tea or Coffee 20c. CilAIlI.OTTB RliSSK, C.Ike and Tea or Coftec'SOs. Popular Anniversary Day Parcels in the Grocery Department ORDER Parcel No. 1 49ttj Sack >l. B. Patent Hungarian Flour olb Tin Fam- ous Lard Four Snappy Items in Men's Wear Dept. t Men's Odd Pants Made from smart patterns nrul tin ruble im- IKirted fine pin stripes nnd rr.lxeil cflects. All Values A O np to HOO, lor...........-....... Balbriggan Underwear Fine silh 1'gypiiau Cotton S'iminer I'nderwcar, IJghl, comfortable and I Sk. H.B. Pat. FlourJ Parcel No. 3 3tb Tin Hudson's Special India and Cey- lon Tea 2Qlb Sack B. C. Gran. ulatea Sugar I 2 tins Gofd Seal Mhk ...J Parcel No. 4 21b Gov, Creamery Bulter lib Ingeraoll Cheese Q 4 43 2lb tin I I Can Sock-eye Salmon Nottingham Lace Curtains Neat Stripes and Self-Color Urocafleil Vnrc Silts Neckncar. In four-ln-banila n.Hl flowing ends, 50o for AXMINSTER RUGS 27 by 54 inches fine qiiallttes in Kcru shade lace Ciiriains, plain centres and single borders, 3 yards long, fiaias Point -Nubian Curtain Arab or 1'ari, sheds, -H: j'nrJs loiig; plain ami novelty Ijraid liorders, values foi Boot and Shoe Department Anniversary Day Specials Ladies' Vici Bluchers lllack Vici KM KM Topf, 1'Menl Trr (ai1. mti3lnm high L'cel; also pat- ont foved. kid lop, billion boots. nil sizes at CQ per pair........ Girls' Vici Oxfords OirK' Vici Oyfordp, ill leather st-wn solea: a pmarl eot.itorlal'le nnd durable slioc. S lo 2. in All ono K.CC ff Slippers, medium heel, all- sizes, except o ff 4 and I'er Men's Patent Bluchers Sh.ircs, dull Vid lopj. ivcl- lei soles; all ai.M. A ?r. shoe for Men's Tan Oxfords Mnde on the now swinK all plzes 514 to 8H; CO good value for in MIUDI The mice of ere before, to lor pathi of -iLii? r.'.oii% is Ibire, Svwt May Hunt. ilebe'.s hert Mai IK hfri- 'I U air is Ireib ai d su-.nv i Am! tin' are busy I Hoarding goMe-i honfy. [See tl.r knots ot b'JturcuiJi, in'l the pansies. Aldii-.h. Mis. li. Leader ior the list tin.e ibis season Mrs. (i. Vi. Allison Venetian Scrims Ivory and White Scrims wilii dsintj and ainarl printed and stencil borders in green and wood Ebanes also a lire In Ecru colored grounds; all double C3c lalucs for Stair Carpet green designs in heavy q-jallly estcy Klalr Carpet, 2V Indies wide Good Designs in Wilton Carpets fteiuilrip double shot Wilton rnrtcU In ?onic vt-rj rich atid liandsoino designs May be for stair, hall CH 3 OF i-arlor; per jsrrl Y Incorporated May 2nd, 1670 243 VCHI-S S BAY STORES OF SUCCESSFUL AND SATISFACTORY TRAD- INO WITH THE CITI- ZENS OF THIS VAST DOMINION. tomorrow I Mrs .1. Hijinbottu-n. .Mrs. II M. UblJdlngton. Sir I', y, Arciolrl l.as rflutnti! to lin.dls, Alta 1 .Mr. a-il Mrs 0. T. l.atl.rop half i into il-.eir nev home cu Siith Ale A. Mis. Slansnii io Calvary to tor -A. fev Mess ul.o Jias beta a Mis. T. h. N'filf, nas for she Nill visit for a couple ol >veek? Mr. anil Mn. llupUci, ol C'algsn, v were with Mr. aarf MrR. .1. V. foot, Smii St., returci- ccl J.nme. V Mis. liillis leaves tomorrow io Join JMr. Hillis at Argvle. SatV.. iclitrc tliey thtic future home, .Mrs. It. Scotl. who has been ill in the (Salt hospital, was sufficieatlr reeoioreil tu leave lhal institution yesterday. Miss iliginbolhani, of Guelph Miss f'liyilis Hlginiothani and Mr. Ar- thur Higinbotliara leil ibis aller- nooti tor the coast for. a few ue Mrs. .McCaig, o[ Eiimoriton, lior.or guest of a tea given by her mother, McKillop, lesterday. Tivenh oi the bonor guest's intimate friends ivere MuJen. 'The. tea table was effectively prettv pink carnations and itli, and was presided over by Mis. A- B Staliord. Tl.e dainties were passed iv Miss VhyJlis Higinbotham ar.cl lie daughter of the home, Hiss Tlei- en McKillop. -Mrs. C. P. S'. .C'onybeare, River- view, received tiie announcement of he marriage oi her niece, Miss Clare Wood, ot Spokane, to Mr. Eujer.e ol Vancouver. The limn- ISIh Mr. and Mrs. KanHman will rfsiJe in Vancouver. Miss has friends m the city, having been one of the brides- maids nur- tials in Mrs. K. llarvej, leaie'. about the first of .lnr.e on a trip to the British Islts and Europe, ami Mrs. W. P. Roy, who recently n- turned Ironi New YorV. were I'nnol guests of a bright liltlc aliernoon function, given hy B. KUigston J f.ilei'iaj I'otttcl planls anil ferns mate home atlractivp, and a happy hour spent with Ir.c fhimhifs by the lenty guests in attendance. Dainty lea hour viar.cfs were serv- ed by the hostess, w'r.fn Mrs. C. Leader, Sirs. Ollltspie and Miss 011- lespie assisted. lie congregational meeting, nhic'h was announced to heH m S( Ancirew's tlnircli last night, v-as postponed until c-tH even- ing The .Mithesis club enjojed a par- ticularl} pleasant afternoon jesler- daj, wiipn some fifteen oi the mem- bers uere conveyed hr carriage to Hie country home of Mrs. C. it. Dan- ielcl. Splendidly practical papers read by Mrs. LafTerty on "Milk Sup- hy Mrs. A. li. Ducilop on "Cuts oi Meats and the Food Value of and by ills. U. H. Mc- Cart) on "Dust and its Dangers." .Mrs. f. A. Stoltte, president ot the clubt presented the club witli an ebo'ij gavel with a silver plate, in- scribed '-Matticsis Club, Sept. 1912 Tiie club decided to .accept 1'res.Uin's invitation to visit jlier domestic science class in Iv.o 1 wre'rvs ir.stcai! ol a ifjtilar inciting. A detectable tea hour menu iv.iq served hy the hostess and concluded a profitable 'I lie Ladies' AlcJ c.f Wesley church ibeltl tl.eir annual bus'ncss ijeslerday afternoon re- lowing officers were fleeted tor (he coming >ear J. Livingston (un- animously First Vic-j-rresldenf-Mrs. J. Huf- ner. Second Van- rhlrc! T. S. Fetttriy (rei Treasnwr-Mrs. Oaivlord. V. A. Smilh. oflirflrs anrl A. Hamilton, Mrs. S n. Mitciirll an'l Mri. K. V'rlut. ;