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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY 21, ItU THE LlTHBRfiiGE DAJI.T PAGE ELEVEN E EPOCH Our Week End Sales fare Going to indelible itnprint on the people of Lethbridge with this We Have Accomplished that which was proclaimed impossible---giving two in value for one in cash SUITS 9SO Ladies' and Gents' Suits to choose from. The newest in ma- terialsand the last word in style Consider This Carefully, and Then Come and Convince Yourself Southard Block, 512, 3rd Avenue South :s Milk River Insurance Co. Jlilk Rhei Mutual Fire Insur- ance Co hits tiecu incorporated, with Jp'eaci office at iJtiver. Following ni e the provisional 'directors: .Paul Madge; 'Milk River; Frank GrenoiighVSmitli.'Millt River; Wm. Leonard Warner; George Herman rCouhtryman, .Milk- River; Fred Prank Zothmaii, Milk River; I George Christopher Barrows, Milk River; Charles Carroll Stover, Milk River; Abram H. Steckle, Milk River, and Ira The lia- bility of the members IB limited. Tho first general meeting 'Ot the company will be held In Milk Rker on the 23rd oE May, 1914, at the hour of throe o'- clock in the afternoon. Sale of Millinery GOMMENCING prsday, May 21 T J H A flH m> Trimmed Hats Halt Price A-large itssortmont of Children's Hats at Half Price Also Flowers at less than half BIG .REDUCTIONS OIST STRAW SHAPES, RIB-B01sT8, Sec our Hue of Panamas, Ratine and Linen Hats suitable Miss Came Hill Block. ron Third Avo. My body is the temple of my soul j announced the their Every Department Brimming with news of Friday Bargains A List of Merchandise Telling of True Economies For Shoppers Specials in the House Furnishing Section NAIRN'S INLAID LINOLEUM, three pattern H only, one piece two two pieces red and green, block figures. Regular per square yard ENGLISH BRUSSELS CARPET, just half Fayy-ri Persian designs, very neat, hoary .quality, 27 Inches wide, regular I OC PRO-BRUSSELS RUGS, heavy two ply Scotch Wool Rugs, iu fawn and green ctfloringa, Oriental and floral designs, QQ worth up to I 30 SCRIM lace trimmed edges, me- dallion worked design, plain centre, ecru shade, 12.50 valuei, per pair..., 9.1 TAN AND GRICN MADRAS, good quality im- ported'Madras in beautiful colorings good '0iii width's, regular fi.25 and J1.50, yard.... O9C STEAMER TRUNKS, tbe popular (holiday trunk canvas covered, hardwood atrong and ser- vtceablq 34 inc.h. CC OC Save Money on Your Groceries Here Tomorrow Phone 313 HUDSON'S BAY SEAL OF QUALITY FLOUR 98 ft sack.. 49 tt sack.... 24 Ib sack .....75C O-EANGES, dozen HUDSON'S BAY TEA GOe quality HUDSON'S BAY TEA 50c quality.......... HUDSON'S BAY TEA 40c quality HUDSON'S BAY TEA 30c quality 15c 55s 45c 35c 25c LARGE 0 ROYAL CROWN SOAP..........., 21c KIA-ORA; pure extract of leiw- on juice, an ideal hot weather drink, juice equal to 3 dozen lemons, large bottle........., 75c i, Featuring a Special Sale of Ladies' Suits LADIES' KIMONAS, just eight of these to hurry out tomorrow. Paisley designs In blue and red, worth as high as LADIES'. CAMBRIC NIGHT DRESSES with lace yokes, 'V shaped, also a" few in embroidery trimmed styles, very dainty LADJES' WAISTS in white striped dimity, laoe yokes, high or low neck, worth up to extra special.............___ LADIES' SUITS FOR and ran Bedford Gords, black and white checks, brown and black French Serges, all lip-ttMiate isiylee, values up to (f A AA Friday, and Saturday 9 I FANCY TWEED five in all, fancy miied smart Etyle and -worth, much more than this 'price friday and Saturday Dry Goods Specials Worth Coming After Tomorrow FANCY LACE CAMISOLE .WHITE 30 inches wide, in plain and striped effects. These are winners this sea- son and cannot be sold in tlie regular way less than 25c yard. SOOO yards Friday and Saturday per yard .FANCY KIMONA SE.RFUNTINE .wide range' of beautiful colorings, some have dainty, borders. Friday and Saturday 17c per yard ;NEW NECKWEAR, aleo new trillings, new new jewelry, new colored lisle and aiik .hose and glcves for the holiday trade. Watch announcement 1000 yards lii.all, ;7orth up :to 20c yard, white only. Friday and 'Saturday per yard wG KID a few shades and not more than110 pairs of-each color, sizes to ues to 11-75. We are clearing'thwe on Friday and Saturday pair..... LADIES' LISL'E black and tan, Hemsdorf dyed, double sole and long double ter tope, sizes to 10, worth! 25c Friday and Saturdaj, pe.li n Fridiy'g paper from the Dry Goods Section. Shoe Savings MISSES' TAN CALF straps, sizes 11.to 2. line Friday' aiid Saturday _ LADIES' TAN CALF, Vlcl Kid, Gunmetal and Patent Oxfords in well known Burt make, several different lasts, all sizes regular andi 15.50 LADIES' TAN CALF, also GunmetaJ and Pateut Pumps with leather buckle and Cuban heels, one of the newest lasts, all sizes and CO QQ widths, regular .....V.......'... 39 Men's and Boys' Wear SOYS' WASH Bailor and Butter styles, great variety of colors, good wuhing terial sizes up to 6 years. Regular 1126, special BOYS' black khaki and blue with collar atUulied, all sizes up to CO Regular 1100 lines ....................D9C MEN'S WATERPROOF Pinunetta .cloth, absolutely waterproof Regular 18.50 ralues ...f........... MEM'S BLACK COTTON AND LISLE HALF quality, regular 35c Per pair fcOC Specials in Our Wine Section Phone 613 LETHBRIDGE BEES, One dozen-bottles Case of 2 dozen quarts.. of 2 dozen 7Q STOUT, best imported brand, on sale, Ok Button's And therefore I shall keep it clean and Tair, Joying in. sunshine and daughter, Dorothy Miriam, to> Mr McLarty, of: Medicim Norm an Hat, son.of Mrs. D. A. IVIcLarty and the late Dr.' St.. Thorn- keen air And all the sports which keep it hale i as- niarriage will place and wliole. quietly the third week, in June, My strength pay- toll and vigor never shall To drugK or drink which ever spread a snare. Yet snail I always leap to do or ilace In service of mankind in any roll. My bofly is the house wherein I live A< goodly" house and worthy of my care, Each bone and sinew, every cell and nerve, suclj. an edifice God chose to give it. is not mine to ruin or to tear, The little of Mr.' andrMrs. H. II. I'iton, 313 oth Ave., S., born May 15th, died the following day and was liuried on Sunday.- The many friends of the family extend their sympathy in their hour of sad be- icavcincnt. The marriage ;of Edith Shaughnessy, daiighter of Sir Thom- as and Lady Shauglmessy, to Mr.. Rene Hcdmoiul, is arraugetl' to take place in St. James CathedraK Mont- But only for man's Servo, real, on Wednesday morning, June 3' Braley. lost-esses lomorrcflV Mrs. A-Iexandcr Smith, o3G Eighth St., S. tho at 11 o'clock. Miss Marguwitc Sliaiighnessy will attend her sister as maid of honor there will be four bridesmaids Miss Helen Thompson, Miss Christine Somcrviilc., Miss Bea- trice Hanson, and1 Miss Jeanne Che-, valior. The best man will he Mr. who has bfen guest of her sister Mrs. D. J. Hay, Harold Kingston, tbc ushers will' leaves for Banff and Calgary Mr..O. Gordon George Bal- row, whcro sbe will visit en route [four, Mr. Karle Stafford a'_nd Mr; east to hsr home in Sherbrooke. Mrs. Campbell Stuart. Wiggelt has been honor guest at a number of small teas during bor Bl-ajr in tbe city, quiet hut pretty wedding wn? solsmnizcd at Wesley parsonage lasfi Mr. Charles Hague spent yesterday 1 evening by tlie Kev. G. II. Cobble- In tlie city and returned to Leth-jdick, when Miss Mabel Berm'ce Mis- bridge last Herald. wlip, arrived from, Mr. and Mrs. J..B. Scutiun WAS Mr. Walter Clifford Snair, of New yton. Tim bride looked decidedly well in a navy blue tailored suit arid white hat. Mr. and Mrs. Snair will reside at New Dayton, Clubs and Societies The Flower Guild frill visit the Gait hospital as usual at three o'clock tomorrow afternoon, when do- nations 01 flowers will be gratefully received. The St. Andrew's Church Christian Endeavor Society and the Onward Bible class met Tuesday evening and1 about fifty enjoyed a very entertain- ing and instructive program. Miss zen and Miss Hume rendered a very pleasing duet and papers were read by Misses Ames and Hazen and Mr. Arnit. About seventeen lady delegates and seven young contestants for the elo- cutionary medal arrived in Medicine lat Tuesday evening to attend the district convention of the W.'.O. T. I., being held in the Fifth Avenue ilethodist church. An interesting .pro- ;ram was in progress today. Mrs. Vright of How Island, is presiding. Mrs. MeKiiiney, provincial president, also reached the city last night. .Westminster church annual congrft- ;ational meeting and social was .held ast evening with a goodly numhcr in itfcndanco.' Most gratifying reports )f the various organizations wore' l. The church membership is 106 and 23 were received into: the church during the year. There were 15 mar- riageE, 12 births and 3 burials The Sunday school .force numbers 342 and was raised for all plir- poseg, while the hus a membership of 98 and since being organized last fall The Women's Missionary' society raised !11C and the Ladies: Aid J621 The.trustee Board raised J528, tlie total amount raised 115 tbe church being The Men's Own and choir gave re ports. The Epworth League has a membership c< while: 25 are en- rolled in the Boys' club. A fine program was rendered iii- cludlng pianoforte solos b) Mr. Kay ami Mr. Uroola, vocal solos by Miss IVhitall and llr Owen, while a solo by' Mr. MacOouga'n of Knoi 'church, "Thoso Eves of Grey" was eiliecml- ttSl'uji aim iguuiy wiiplauoea ilir, JfacGougan responded -nith the en- core, "I'Thank Thee." Refrdshmcnts were served at close of the and a pleasant social..hour enjoyed. oilered ny tKe Aieian- ilct .Chapter bl -the1 foiijthtecs vl the Empire for essay competition on patriotic subjects in the public schools, will W awarded tomorrow afternoon at the close of tbe school review. Rtpr.wnt. Suildirt' Sxchnnj; R. Wellington hai bosn appointed as.the representative of the nulldcrt' Bs'change on the Letbbrldce Boart or I TOROHfTO MAN WpRTM ALMOST HALF-MILLIOK Toronto, Ont, May Iflll o't the late HeniT of tbii cltv, probated today, an of all to hi, widow and children. OWEN SOUND MAN DIES AT :TME 'HAT Medicine Hat, Alta., Mar Henry Kennedy, tonnwly a prominent citizen and cattle dealtr of Owen Sound, Ont, dlod at rwWenoi of his son today, anil 15 i MEMBERS, BROTHERHOOD SOCIETIES OFF TO CANADA London, Mar hundrwl numbers of thi Bmtierhood from Brlitbl ftfterttf to parti- ipate in the of all principal clUea M Canada, Service tnat ta WlC Hff ROGERS BUS ;