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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1910 THE LKTJimUnOK DAILY PAf.R MINK When You Are Down Town Tomorrow Bejjurejmd See the Wonder Bargains at- YOUR DOLLAR DOES DOUBLE DUTY WORTH OF GOODS FOR This is one our best short "quick action" sales. We do as we advertise. Look up Thursday's Herald for the best Dollar Bargains ever ofi'ered in this city. Shop in the inoruitig to avoid the big afternoon crowds. ALL SALES GOODS ARE FOR CASH PARCELS DELIVERED TO ANY PLACE IN THE CITY Extra Sales People to serve at this sale RYLANDS CO. Mrs. Humphries, Mrs. Kilner, and Miss Ully Mitchell acted as accom- panists. Another successful whist drive was given by the Daughters and Maids of 1 England last night in the S. p. E. hall. [Cards were played at 12 tables, the I prize scores being held by, first, Mrs. [Smith and Mr, Wakelyn, sr., second, Mrs. Perkins and Mr, Hutton; con- Isolation Mrs; Carnill and Mr. E. J. Miss Genge, of Macleod, is visit- Faunch. The proceeds from last ing her aunt, Mrs. L. G. niglit's affair will be used to send I tobacco to the soldiers overseas. This Mrs. J. Cheney, of Moose Jaw, form- will be the fourth time that pack- PHONE 1224 erly of this city, is visiting Mrs. W. J. Armstrong. The members of the Central W. C. T, U. are reminded of the sewing at the Red Cross rooms tomorrow at' 2.30, .Mrs. 0. R. Dixon and her mother, Mrs. T. A. Copeland of St. Mary's, OnL, ure visiting In Calgaifr, .the guests of Mrs. C. Swallow. Mrs. Hal Morgan and little Ruth ,'dave on June 1st, for Lethbridge to join Mr. Bulle- tin. Mrs. A. A. Cnlo wails tomorrow i from Montreal for England, on S. S. Sicilian. Mrs. H. Caught and Mrs. HUES are also sailing on the same boat. Ptc. Cleaver, A. M. C., now in France, and Mrs. Cleaver, announce 1 the engagement of their youngest daughter, Rose, to Ptc. Muzxle- riiss, A.M.C. t Tlio Young People's Bible class of Westminster church held their regular M monthly social and business meeting last night at the home of Mr.-and Mrs. G. CI. Olander. A large num- ber of members were present and a thoroughly enjoyable evening was i spent, Dainty refreshments were ser- ved bv the hostess! i w pleanant surprise party was giv- j 6h to Mrs. B. llHy at her home, 1224 iSth street on Tuesday night. Tne occasion van to celebrate.'; the 22nd anniversary of her arrival in i the city, having como then from Wijl an, Lancashire, Kugland to be mar- ried to the late Wiu. HMy. About I fl'fty friends spent ft vtsry enjoyable j evening with singing, dancing and games. Thirty-five dollars-was cleared at- the pantry Bale In aid of St. Mary's W. A. which was held yesterday. In the evening a concert was given, the program consisting of recitation, Mr. Lnycoclc; song, Mlaa Ireland; recita- tion, MlBB Ruth Mockford; song Mr. Harry Taylor; 'song Miss Maggie Kirk; recifatlon, MIsa Eva Pearson; marching song, hy. six of Sunday cliildren; II. Klliior. ages of tobacco have been sent, apart from the money that has been given to the patriotic and Red Cross funds. As there are only a few members in the organization their efforts have been highly successful. Calgary, May provincial gov- ernment yesterday completed the pur- chase of the Alberta Ladies' college property at Red Deer, to be used as a provincial school for feeble minded children. the institution will be used by all the tour western provinces, according to., air arrangement, entered into at y. recent conference of provincial pre- miers, whereby it was agreed that Manitoba should assume the care of the deaf and dumb, Saskatchewan the 'blind, Alberta the feeble minded, and British Columbia the idiotic. It was agreed that all these institutions must be in operation by 1917. i; The' property purchased has been used as a ladies' college by the Pres- byterians by whom It was established some years ago. It has been difficult for this denomination to finance the institution and the sale was consum- mated at a moderate figure, copslder- ing that the property consists of 30 acres of land and excellent modern buildings completely furnished and equipped for achool purposes, located in one of the moat beautiful alien In the whole province. (T SOCIAL The Young Ladlet' Sodality 'of St. Patrlck'l Church, will hold a social ON TUESDAY EVEN- ING, MAY 9TH, IN K. OF P. HALL. "Five Hundred" will be played from 8.50 to 10.30. A good orciieftrn will furnish Music .for -Dancing Ten per cent, of proceeds will bo given to Red Cross. AN.NIV SAT., MAY DRESSMAKING Our parlors are in charge of ii first (ilass dressmaker. are [inquir- ed to take (-are and .fill your orders on tlio sliortost notice GIVEN AWAY Three in- four hundred l.omvood trees are also on hand to be given away, one every dollar purchase. MANY NEW ITEMS HAVE BKFA TO TH15 ALREADY LONG LIST OJF J5AR THE L VST DAY OF OUR OKEAT KALIi THE JJrCOKD DAY IN THE HISTORY OF HAVE NOT PAID A VISIT TO US DURING THE FO UK PREVIOUS SALE DAYS. DAY'S OPPORTUNITY ANNIVERSARY-EXTRA SPECIAL! 500 ONLY, BLACK CHERRY TREESS will be GIVEN AWAY ON SATURDAY, MAY 6th every Dollar purclmse we will give one Black Cherry TITO. A liuiil of a trees to one customer. THE WILD BLACK CHERRY TREE is and straiu-ht. reaching 100 feet in height, l.t has dark brown hark and oblong leaves, is very valuable as an ornamental or timber tree. The flowers are borne in long, loose racemes, and are followed by purple black fruit and makes a handsome lawn tree. The average size of the trees that are to he given away are 5 to 6 feet. Be sure you secure one of rliepe famous trees. UAfN LINES TO M VlxE THIS STORK. IF YOU DO NOT MISS SATUR- SAT'DAY NIGHT Chicken Supper A Chicken Supper will be served from 6 to 7.30 p.m. Price 35c Special Values for Saturday from the Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Dept. W YORK MODEL SUITS beau SILK DRESSES in all colors in the WHITE SILK WAISTS, neat style, BOUDOIR CAPS in all colors and at OUR SPECIAL CORSET; flneit cotw i'ful duality, in colors of' greys, latest and up-to-date styles, sizes assorted sizes, reg. ?2.50 d.j OQ special prices- 8al'n. Md irowns, plum, navy, Copenhagen 16, 18, 20, 40 and 42 only Q1? for................... 19c and................... 49C JJjg NEW ti b and black, various sizes, regular 5-15.00. Anniversary Sale price SILK SWEATERS, In colors of rose. blue, tango, grey, black and red and black, with hats to match. Special price for SATIN UNDERSKIRTS'lu all colors. LADIES' ALLOVER APRONS, made worth per pair Regular values, to. ?4-'JO "7Q from fine quality ginghams and LADIES' WHITE COTTON Anniversary, clearing price iflil if prints, very special ERS daintily trimmed SATIN UNDERSKIRTS, very superior Each ...............39e and O3C embroidery-- quality, worth up to 55.50 CORSET COVERS, trimmed with lace On sale for Special price for hats Anniversary special.. WHITE VOILE WAISTS, daintily trimmed, A special line, regular ?2.ilO. Special Auniver- on sary sale price.......... iJU.OB Anniversary, sala and embroidery, all sizes WHlfE VOILE WAISTS'; an extra- CORSETS; and cheapest ever Anniveriary special JLUC HOUSE DRESSES, tho best ordinary good quality, splendid value put on the sale, counter, fine qual- BLACK SATEEN UNDERSKIRTS; a ever shown In elnghmna and. caamf at 51.25. ity. to clear, Anniversary limited quantity yq quality, worth up to djo J Anniversary, 19c Hale price hray, regular Anniversary Dress Goods, Linens and Requisites from our Dry Goods Department are Very Special GALETIA, 27 iu. wide, light or dark 27 IN. INDIA SILK, in Resedas and White.Cotton TERRY TOWELS, 32 IN. PRINTS, iu light and medium ANDERSON'S SCOTCH GINGHAMS colors in stripes, pollta dots and plain stylus, reg. 25c. ersary special, per yard last. Annivei 41 IN. SEED VOILE, In plain white made from best Egyptian cotton. Anniversary sale price per yard FANCY PRINTED SEED VOILE, in large plain stripes and floral de- signs. Anniversary special 1 C per pard 13C 27 IN. P. K., plain white soft finish, GENUINE KHAKI DRILL, water- good lulality. Sale price proof, suitable for boy's suits, lad- per yard ies' suits, or men's separate QC_ Brown, Linen Heavy Quality HEM- trousers, special 03C MED or HEMSTITCHED TOWELS 54 x 30 In., a fine towel for -.good brisk, rub.' Anniversary (fl QQ bronze greens, very special to clear, per yard 36 IN. TUB SILK, In neat hair line made of high grade perior duality, size 32 x 18 Anniversary, .sale, per pair OQ colored grounds, a big range to 27 In. wide, in amall and medium choose from. Anniversary -I -a cheeks, fast colors. Annlver- -iA 11C special, per yard 1UC speclil1' per 35c sua bargain at 75c. Marked for in Anniversary sale, per yard tJl. selected cotton, specially "adapted 36 In. Wide BLACK SATIN'CLOTH 300 of LADIES' SILK BOOT durable colors, tonight at.old. prices HOSE, in black or -white to good value COc. Anniversary. 9 9 10. Anniversary sale price 09 special price, per yard JOC per 14 In. HEAVY .COATING.' SERGE, 48 pair AM HOSE, in pink, guaranteed all wool and genuine In- skyj Copenhagen, red and mauve, 14 Only Fancy NECK RUFFS, in nets chiffon fancy crepe and accordiaii pleated silks, all to clear A-I rn at 75c, and 38 IN. SILK CREPE, in white, sky, Copenhagen, pink, manve and black specially priced per yard stripes, a snap while they Anniversary special 7P for the Sick room; size 40 3t CQ_ per yard 8 tJC 20 in. Anniversary sale, pair UJC BLACK SILK fish net, 40 In. wide, 36 In. FANCY WORSTED, suitable suitable for overdress. This is a for dress or separate skirts, smooth finish, in navy and hrown shades, very specially priced for pft dye. Anniversary (tip regular J1.25. Anniversary Anniversary sale, per yard OUC special, per yard...... price to clear, per pair.___ Very Heavy Quality BROWN 4 RED SILK HAIR RIBBONS, 3% in. wide 396 of Dent', Bert 2 Dome KID STRIPED L1N.EN. TOWELS, sizes Anniversary sale price j ftf GLOVES, in white, tan or black, with self points. Special Anniversary price, pair vJ-.vO 36 Pair Belt French KID elbow or full length, in white or 54 x 27 in. Anniversary sale, per pair........... 500 Yds. Only, 34 In. SHANTUNG in natural color, heavy qual- ity and free from dressing, regular 75c. Anniversary sale price per yard 69c sale only, per pair A Baraain In Laldies' FANCY NECK- WEAR For convenient selling these are divided In four popular prices Fringed Heavy White TERRY'TOW- OMA ZOUAVE SHIELDS, style USD, in. and 26 in. long, good values at for anniversary sale, 25c, 7C_ ELS' in x 23'in. in size 3. 65c, sizes 4 and off 98.50'and PA Itf O.Xr Anniversary per yard Inches wide. Anniversary -t sale price, per yard........ IDC. 3 Inches wide, fancy Dresden ribbon, sale per yd. IDC black; 5% to 7.' Special fn. wide, fancy Dresden or sale price at per pair ribbon, sale price, per yd. OOC 50 Only Ladies' HAIR SWITCHES, 24 39c, 50c and Special per pair each Men's Wear Attractively Priced for Saturday 6 Only MEN'S SUITS, strong and durable quality Tweeds, size 34 3s only, reg. ?15.00. AA Anniversary sale price MEN'S NEW SPRING SUITS, tweeds worsteds and navys, a very smart MEN'S RAINCOATS, the very latest styles, all sizes, reg. SIT CA flS.OO for All sizes, regular (MA for................... MEN'S SPRING CAPS, in plain col- ors and checks, reg. 51.50, just new Suits valued at ?20.00 CIS CA iu' AnlliversarJ' speclal 9ft and ?22.50 for........ sale .price MEN'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR, 2- piece style, all sizes, reg. ?1.00, very special Anniversary sale price, per suit suit for this season's wear, res. ?25.00, special MEN'S PYJAMAS, large make in plain white and stripe patterns, regular Specially dj-j, reduced i MEN'S SUMMER SOCKS, in colored styles of black, find purple, all reg. 25c, 'Anniver- sary 'sale price, per pair MEN'S STRONG WORKING SOCKS, mending card with everp pair, re- gular 35c. Anniversary AA extra special, prs. for MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS, neat pal- terns, in stripes, etc, all sizes, reg. ?t.25. Anniversary special MEN'S SOFT SHIRTS, in the newest, styles, pin stripe effects, French cuffs, Reg. AA very special MEN'S WORK SHIRTS, extra strong wearing, all sizes, reg. Sale price MEN'S NIGHT SHIRTS, in white and colors, all sizes, reg. Anniversary sale price MEN'S ARM BANDS, colors, pink, blue and Red, reg. 25c for, per pair 99c MEN'S NEW TIES, in a splendid range of colors and styles, reg. 50c. Anniversary clearing prica. each. MEN'S KNITTED TIES, la all an'd colors, a strong wejjrlnf ity. regniar 75. Anniveraarj price. MEN'S FANCY VESTS, oMjr neat for summer weax, reg. Anniversary clearing price.................. A Remarkable Re-pricing of Boots and Shoes for Saturday MEN-. TAN CALF-BUTTON BOOTS WORKING BOOTS BOOTSwith regular ionC ?6.BoT Annfieraary Week J 9C gular 52.75; Anniversary OQ regular for special 1Q Salepricf pair...... ...V.v......... Sale Week, pair .J1.59 clearance, pair 12 pairs only MEN'S BOX CALF BLU- MINERS' toe style, good strong boot, all sizes; regular Special price QQ in a smart dressy stylo, all sizes; regular Annlver- QQ sary Special, pair MEN'S HEAVY "K" BOOTS in black ami solid leather throughout, all sizes. Regular Special price, pair BOYS' BLACK ELK SCHOOL SHOES Sizes 1 to 5; regular ?3.25 Special per pair CHER BOOTS; a useful boot; all sizes; regular for per pair working per pair GIRLS' GUNMETAL BUTTON AND LADIES' BOOTS'in patent BLUCHER BOOTS in sizes 10% to Anniversary Week, pair.. Sale Week, pair -tJH.Ojr dearasce, pair GIRLS' BOX CALF BLUCHER AND CHILDREN'S TAN CALF SLIPPERS, BLUCHER BOOTS, good solid boot spring heels, one strap styU, BChool shoe, aizss S to 10 only; Jar price fiQn Sale price O7C CHILDREN'S BLACK ONB STRAP SLIPPERS, hard soles, sprint; Regular Anniversary Sale, pair.................QSfC lar price ,____ and kid Special per pair and cloth tops, blucher and button BOYS' HEAVY SCHOOL SHOES in styles, regular 56.50; (jn tan sizes to 6- A.iiniversary Sale S3.BO; special per Quality First Groceries are remarkably Low Priced for the Final Day's Selling of Our Anniversary Sale SUGAR, pure fine gran- ulated, 20 sacks TEA, H. D. Co.'s Blend, No. 2. Our well.known BOc tea, special per in................... TEA, H. B. Co.'s Blend No. 4. reg- ular' 45o, special per Ib............... TEA. Tetley's Sundriod Japan, green, regular fiOc, very special per Ib................. COFFEE, H. B. Co's Seal of Quality Blend. A blend of finest and Java, regular BOc, special per Ib. 50o, or 3 Ibs. tor FLOUR, H. B. Co.'s celebrated Seal of Quality, made from No. 1, selected Haid Spring Wheat, extra special "tf 98 Ib. sack ...........JpO.l COFFEE, H. B. Co.'s Special blend, a fino family blend, reg. (M An 40c. special 3 Ibs. for PORK A Libby's large tins, special 2 for COCOANUT, finest shredded .special per Ib sr VANILLA Flavor- oz. bottles 1 Q LEMON or VANILLA Flavor- CQ_ ing, 16 oz. bottles UIFv FLOUR, Ogilvie's Centen- PA nial brand, 49 Ib. sack MARMALADE, finest pure Orange, 4 Ib. pall CORN SYRUP, special 2 Ib. CORN SYRUP, special B Ib. tins CORN SYRUP, special 10 Ib. tins APPLES, Gal. tins, res. <0c special per tin............, MACARONI, fine quality, 6 Ib. boxes............... 65c 15c 33c 59c 33c 39c 69c MACARONI, fine 'lu 10 Ib. boxes EVAPORATED PEACHES, 2 Ibs. 23c, 10 Ib. box PRUNES, 2 Ibs. 23c, spec- ial value Ib. box SUNLIGHT SOAP, very special, 23 barn BISCUITS, "Peanut "Lem- on and our "New Assort- ment" reg. 25c special per !b..................... CHEESE, Just arrived, Oatsrio Stil- ton, reg. 30c, special per Ib.-......I.............. Alt HAMS, Swift's Empire, whole op or half, per Ib............ AtJC BACON, swift's Premium, aide or half side, special Ojl per Ib.................... BACON, Swift's Empire, naxik, whole or half, very special per Ib.................... TOMATO CATSUP, 2 Ib. tins special KIPPERED HERRINGS per tin................... TOMATO KETCHUP, pint bottles, reg. special ORANGES, special value per doz................... LEMONS, special value per doz................... BANANAS, special value per 25c lOc lOc 19c 33c 25c 25c THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. ;