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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta CLARKE CO. the Store Phone 453 Acsdia Blk. Every Department Represented SATURDAY'S LIST OF UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE PRICES Two ddMi tusinow to do in one tommrow, and most enticing saving propositions in the most wanted Kinds ol season- able meichaiidist Hint will cie.tlc a stir among the thnflj women of this city, and make cutam the task of doing m llic one (Jay we oidmauiy do in two WE'RE GIV1N6 THE VALUES TO DO IT, AND ITEMS LISTED HEHE.ARE_SUPPORTED BY A SCORE OR MORE OF OTHER EQUALLY ATTRACTIVE SAVINGS THAT AWAIT YOU HERE TOMORROW. SPECIALLY PURCHASED SATIN PETTICOATS AC REMARKABLY CHEAP SILK HOSE and wonderfully cheap tomorrow value, we tayo cvoi FINE WHITEWEAR 'Worth lip to Gowns; imderskirts and Prin- cess Slips In very fine dualities (laintilj trimmed with lace and embroidery, WASH CREPES 25c Worth up to 45c Plain colors and fancy stripes in splendid Qualities' in white and all colors. LISLE VESTS 2 for 35c' Regular Fine ribbed goods witti short sleeves or all wo men a sizes WAIST SALE Worth up to Fine crepe and A oile goods m best styles, short or long sleeves made ..with yoko.and drop, .shoul- der. Mid-Season Clekn-Up of Separate Coats Including splendid garments worth up'-to TJIIS sale lot should appeal to women who are hard to fit aid baie difficulty in a garment Just suited to their needs including as it decs not only all regular sizes but extra large sires up to 44 Snonn m pure wool serges and diagonal In colors navj grey and black, short cut awaj styles as well as the morr staple et'ects in cutaways and a few full lengths for those who prefer them. Saturday Sale of Handsomely Tailored Suits Including garments worth lip to Thin of suits has to do with, garments of the better, grades, anj nejhale lower priced, garments in gieat hither e none which represent better >alue for the monev at regular prices than.those around 130.00 50 representing KT tney od' bur'average price for the iiid numbers .in. oiir'stock Made of wool serges rUmeC diagonals, bedfords and brocades m the newest tailored or kifflima sleeve stylus; colors tango, new Copenhagen mustard, grey and black. Clearance of Every Trimmed Hat Including our entire new stock worth up Fisk Hats vhich, are thp recognised leaders of all American makes and splendid showings of other creations which are the product tile In tihis country, shew ll in a of nearly a hundred one of a kind in each fcuited to-overy bpe ot face and shown jn -every model that Is coflrect anil desirable for this season's CORSET SALE Worth up. to A -special dealing lot on. sale Saturdaj m models suited to the majority" 'of medium figures, all sizes HOUSE DRESSES 1.75 Worth up to Made of plain .chambray in pink, rose etc HOSIERY SALE Regular-SBC- Fine ribbed goods in splendid aunllties black only teu Inches. Sizes six LONG, LISLE GLOVES r 50c Regular 75c.V.alue, Pine silk, lisle Quality, colors white, grey, tan and nat- .ural chamoisette. MILADI Edited by "INO" Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 Of tie cine Hat News. Premier and. Mrs.. Sifton with Clarke Dennis and Br. Sisley, are ex- pected to arrive in New York on Sat urflay from England Dr Sisley Hilt I dips added to tha effect. The hostess welcdmed Her' guests wearing k distinctly eli Jovely gowii hand painted chiffon' over white satin Mrs D A Taj lor, who (assist- ed in receiving." wore. a pretty cos- tume of pale blue satin with black Open the. dooi-j let in -the air, The winds arc sweet and the'flowers arc isir, Joj is abroad in the today If our door is-wide; it. niay come thi, wiy Open the door Open the door let n the He hath'a.smilR for everyone He hath made of the raindrops gold and gems He may change our tears to diadems. door Open the dool ol the faoul let in piire thoughts shall banish sin. 'lhc> will glow and bloom gricc divine. 'And their fruit shall be sweeter than of the MIIC Open the door Open ,tlie door of the heart, let in Sjmpath kin 'or stranger and It will make Hie halls of .llic heart fair, That angels :may enter unaware. Open the door Hostesses .tomorrow J Hay, for the In't time this season Her aistei AIis A C Wiggclt; will receive with her. Miss Ba'wden is entertaining at a card party touioirow afternoon, lr Jionor of.the Misses Robinson, of Eng land, who are.now with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Robinson. J T Ferguson, DD.su perintendent of Missions of the Presbyterian church.for Southern A1 be 'in the city, on .Sunday, and will preach in Khox .church in morning and Trinity church, Hardievllle, in; the. evening Mr. R. Blunrtoll, newly appointed accountant Commerce, Letlibridge, 'was the giiest of his re- Intlvos, the Rev. ,E, A. and Airs. David Hat Times ;-TocJay nt noon, the-drinking foun- tain, iccertly ulacefl tat Henderson Patk LaKc bv the f Gait CJmpter of the Irnpeilal Order of the Daughters of tlTe Erayiro formal ly presented to the cit by til it or ganiyation of G W Rob inson ia regent: AIis Bryan of Lethbridge, formerly of. Nanton, this evening and be the guest of Airs T A Tourth street Sir (814 Montreal) "ttrs Bnan win continue hci 1oui nev to Toi gnxo tomon ov- slio will attend as a delegate the annual meeting of the W F M 3 be in 'Edmonton next week but> the j lace tunic and fltfwer trimmed cha- others of 'the party Tvill ndt returril] iieau The tea tihle IB, very lovely, to Edmonton until the last of the monthu On Monday night Master Fergia Hancock entertained twenty-five his young friends at his home, 420; Twelfth street B North, on -the sinn 'of his ninth birthday. 'As he leaving for England, his little -frieiids gave iiim a dressing case, and other suitable presents. -After all the .j'oung people adjourned to tha Monarch Theatre.. He sails on. the 21st on the Alsatian for' Newcastle- ori-tyne, where he will ati tend St. Cuthbert's Grammar -school; Westminster House was thronged with visitors during the late afteff noon '-yesterday, 'wbeii 'Mrs. F. its central basket-of. snap drag- on, while smaller baskets of sweet peas., stood at the corners and gar- lands of smilax and yellow shaded caudles, completed ..the decorative scheme. Mrs. 'R. E. McArthur, who invited to the dining room, looked well in wine, colored silk eolienne and Black and -white hat. Mrs. Kellogg, in a smart toilette of grey striped voile and black ;hat, poured tea, while Mra. Arthur Hayr cut wearing a chic costume of champagne satin, with crystal-trimmings and pic- ture hat to match. The dainties were served by Mrs. in. a dainty gown of white dotted silk and black hat. arid Mrs. Frank i.Waddington, in a'becoming blue silk costume, heavily Downer was receiving for the last: embroidered and cerise hat. time this -season. The. hostess woro a strikingly pretty gown -of goldeft) brown satin, while Miss Begin ot Winnipeg, who is a house guest at Westminster House, 'was wearing a Paris creation of shot silk in Bulgar- ian tones, with the plum-shades domJnatint Miss Downer wis ed in n 'charming' frock.; of: rose ratine sill accessories nhd Miss Mm iel Whq assisted hi serving Hilda McMiHen, with blue ribbon, frocked in white, and Aileen AVad- dingtou, dainty in white and pink rib- bons; admitted the guests in turn. v The card social and dance given in thd.K. of-P. liall by the youhg'.'adies of St. Patrick's church, 'was .a decided success. .Twenty tables of euchre were made up, the prizes ing nelng H0n b> Mis McMahon and Mr. net'Long vfter i dainty supner. had been white silk in black and and black hat with at the card tables, dancing j was, enjoyeil to splendid music ren- were.the visitors who dered by Cline's orchestra, called during yesterday's, receiving hours, .when Mrs.. Herbert -Tuffs, 716 Twelfth, street South, formally at home for the first time in Letli The drawing rooht'was-'gra- Clubs and Societies The High school Literary, society entertained at the annual closing giant and prottv quantities of the Central school auditorium last sweet, yeas snapdragon and ferns l o >ellon shaded lights aha SOME MASTERPIECES INLFOOTGEAH On loft tho ntost Gamutl In (kcointcd fcolorod In ccnlie pllpiers bj Icon Kikst they IH quaintly utitlorncil In whlto uud crimson checks, nlsp In''bright, IwUgo 'and'wJiito Ou rifc'ht, putcut shoe with Bllver evening, and the affair .was entirely delightt'iit throughout. The program consisted, of the following, numbers: or iiesti.il selection, .HishVs'clioo Orchestra instrumental, ,Miss Mar- jfaret Smith; vocal Misses Donna Murray, Roxio 'Armstrong, Hol- Siinpsoii, Nora.- Claris Brewlnk, Air. ;plarence Sher- lock and Mr. Young; instrumental duet. Misses Donna Murray and Myr'l O'1-lugan; choruH, High School giris; fancy dance, Sixteen girls; reading, Mr Bprt Saug. .The feature of the ovenlng was Uio idebftto on "Home thc-.iffirDia- tlvo .being championed by guerlto Hunt ahd Miss Katharine Me 'Pliee, and ihe negative lifting argiiec hv Mr Nelson Cascadcn and Mr, Ar- thur Morgan. The judges, Messrs JcnnlnKi, Stewarl and Uc for AFTER THE HOLIDA Y SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Let expert show you the newest ideas in Dress Shields the. dress this wcok'nn expert is demonstrating OMO, the Odorless Dress Shield. Different.froirUhe ordinary shield, it is'positiiyely- odorless arid moisture-proof; contains no rubber. Alt suitable styles aiictshapes, including some attractive dels thai you will lind interesting. Come in and see, you cant-know to -much about dress Shields. Every pair of Omo shields Specials in Groceries for 3I3 42c ORANGES, LARGE 2 dozcli for ORANGES, SMALLER 2 dozen for -LEMONS Per dozen RASPBERRIES Per can PEARS 2 cans for PEAS 10 cans .for TOMATOES cans, for SALMON Per can B. 0. SUGAR 20 pounds tor 24c 20c 29c 19c MIXED Per pound....................... MIXED CANDY Per -pound........................ SWIFT'S LARD 3 pounds SWIFT'S LARD 6 pounds for..................... SWIFT'S LARD 10 pounds for HARRI'S' WILTSHIRE BACON By the piece LIMBURGER CHEESE Per'pound CIREBOS, HEALTH SALINE Each.......-....... TOILET SOAP 10 25c 15c 45c 75c 30c 30c .350 25c House Furnishings Dry Goods Section "Canadian Beauty" Electric Irons AS Proudly boasts the greatest popularity among careful and particular housewives the eountfv ei 11101 1 fi oia being the handsomest little Iron couid w'fcu fui, it is a great littlt. Wu.ier it heats quickly, uses little current does auv kind of -vra.k, handle alvajs cool, and last hut not least, is fully guaranteed for at least five jears Canadian Beauty Iron complete with foot- cord and plug ready to attach to any electric socket and 'or fljfl C ironing CALL AND SEE THEM Special Sale of Rugs Some Great Values in Tungsten Lamps 'Laco lungstena on sale continuous Trire drav.n filament These lamps give almost three times the light of old fasbiotiMlcartidn" bulbs 25 WATTS 40 WATTS 60-WATTS 32e 33c 49c Drug Section Has (Many Specials IJe ft ALBERT TOILET SOAPS 26C TALCUM POWDER 35 C 2 -tins for f _ OATMEAL CREAM i 4ft Laige size T, SHAMPOO POWDERS 4M. Tfor ..........Z i FLORIDA WATER 9flf> large bottle TOOTH POWDER Pfift 8 boxes for W REAL EBONY HAIR BRUSHES CQft SI 00 values for REVELATION BRAND TOILET COMBS CQft for 15e POWDER LEAVES 9Cn h lot MW Remnant Table-all good lengths at prices away be- lou) manufacturers' prices- see them Oddment Table of Small Wares, etc Boots and Shoes New Men's Wear MEN'S FOOTBALL a variety of dif- ferent stiles English make JJO AR Keglllar aO MEN'S WORK BOOTS-rHeavy (juallly, no caps, pegged nil EUt-b in the lot C1 QQ Regular 50 LADIES' HOUSE shapes, stiap styles sizes 21. only In toe lot JJQ Wortn up to 25 MISSES' of our latest mod- els in smart box call, lieels sizes AQ 11 to 2 Begulai 11 So "P LADIES' HOUSE selected vicl kid, Ion heels, leather lined, straps QQn Regutai J125 Wine and Spirit Lethbridge Beer Case ot 2 quint bottles S3.00 Case ol 1 Aoz qiuut bottleb quail bottles.....90C 3 quait bottler .........50C MEN'S FLANNEL waitntl, In turn down attaolutd.-coUin, two pockets witli flapt QOM Regular Jl 25 j 99V MEN'8 WATERPROOF COATS ot food, weight Parametia cloth, double tucked throughout, IU( Ian ilccvcs full skirt, Cft AA Regular 50 MEN'S >llk tad wooli tine ribbed unahrlnkalile, llglt smooth and absorbent. Regular J8QO AA suit, per garment BOYS' SHIRT lljht and1 dark put term, alto plain blues, sizes [or boys OQn from 6 to 14 years Regular 65o.....99V MEN'S nudity strong RcgularoOc Section Specials Phone 613 Case of 2 dozen pint 1 dozen pint bottles......: Special price on keg..._. LADIES' Cut from English Prints in a variety of pretty stripes checks Qood fitting shaped belt CHILDREN'S ROMPERS ANU CHEEriNS In pink pale blue checks LADIES' CAMBRIC TUcked or .hemstitched styles cut from imported English cotton DRESS A [ew only green, brown and fancy mixed effects o.ic in tho Int than LADIES' In pin bead serges white pointed collars of white pique also a fen In spot designs Specially priced at A Owv hefiudsoris Bay __ 'Dnlnty refieshments were served, which a jolh hop was enjoyed by the large, number uresent Onward lodge I.O.G.T. Will melt tills evening at 8 o'clock prompt jn nm church The regular meetiut ot.tbe Junior A of St Cyprian'i 'church will be held gt tomorrow lit tht parish Forty ladles attendtd Knoi Ladies' when an exceedingly social wa enjoyoa The amount from lyatcn jiving (or month wa 80 Mm CnartM McKt'top an; Mrs W S received, wMV Airs K T Hill, Mri, B. B. HIR an Mrs W J Aruutreug tto Aid motttnj jnUrJay SSKS, ;