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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta i: DAILY IIKKALD Al'siy Now's the time to -buy, while you yet have a chance to get such good values and choice selec- tions. We have many good things yet in all de- partments of our establishment; goods left over from our regular high quality lines. Remember you al- ways get the proper style in our store. Ladies' Tailoring and Floor Thursday and Saturday Specials How About the "June Brides" andt the Linen Showers? DECORATIVE We'are prepared-Kith finest selections of dainty Irish Linens imported direct from Belfast. Never has this store shown such array of linens. Small Table Covers, Hund Drawn autl embroidered with Sideboard covers to matx-h TABLE COVERS J4.50 SIDEBOARD COVERS Other values at a. similar discount. Dress Goods Remnants Just the balance of Fall Belts, cii't 'down hi nin-iay cases to-less than half and in no case.less thaa ONE7THIRD OFF Regular prices. All wool serges and tweeds Summer Wash Goods iiud Curtain Materials. In Our Grocery and Hardware Department Over-stocked in these lines of groceries Ram Lai Tea, Heatfycr Brand Tea Schilling's Baking Powder. Lily'.WhUe.Syru'p, 2Ib tin Aylmer. Maple Syrup (Mixture) quarts Msple Syrup (Mixture) one-half gallons Maple Syrup (Mixtures) gallons Odd lines of Pickles These prices apply for the balance of. the .week 5 tins for price 3 tins for price i 35c per price lOc. 20c 1 'pound glass price per tin price 4Of. per..tin price 75c. per tin pirce ?1.J> 15c price 25 20o Paint Brushes, Varnish Hand Mirrors, Selling Out These at Cost Srushes, Whitewash Scrub Brushes, Hair Broorns, Our original prices are always only what goods are worth. When we reduce prices1 you really save the difference between the regular and the price. Our buyers cannot always exactly estimate the quantity of goods to buy, this is why we have left over many season- able goods. We simply must sell; therefore, on very low prices. Thursday and Saturday Specials Women's Shoes Values Uougola 01 Calf 1 he uholc lot thioun on the tables at pair Children's Shoes SI 75 and ?I hues, 01 black Healing at 25 A Shoe Bargain for Men, Women, Children A few broken lines of well known "Holstein" shoes, the highest of quality in leather and high grade workmanship Values Values These sjietial lots compnse an assoitment of Gil 1 MetnU Ici Kid and Tan EluUieib Including a low shoe., SUMMEKY LOOKLVG (TSIIIOX TOPS -'.Or. Of Irislr makes, all ready for using, white muslin with embroidered .floral dcbign, !u n of coloiinjj-s.. finished mil, sold at inc MERf'EKLSEI) OOTTOX SOTIXGK AT 25c. Ten cents :i yitrd is the exact amount, of -the saving on these materials; a full nvago of plain eplors, satin finished; uisiuilly sold at Sic. Suitable for cither SHAXTUMj) I'OXGEE AT 75c. With ne.it design, the tisimlh sold at ?1 suitable foi summtir'dresses I ai uaists to cieai at 75 cents UMBRELLAS Tor either sex, we're overstocked in ihese lines. umbrellas ol" strong dur- able textile on an eight ribbed steel frame ?175, Yours J1.35 yours .Men's Umbrellas' to stand wear and tear apd a Lethbridge gentle breeze. SuH caic. umbrella ..___... SliOO Eelf.OptnW 75c Children's Straw Hats SHAPES TO SUIT ALL' AGESi NEAT NEW STRAWS 3Sc Women's Suits to Clear Balance of our season's stock A great variety of tweeds, whipcords and sehgeS all at 1-3 Off REGULAR .PRICES I 1 f.AVE YOUR CLOTHES By purchasing one of bur Aiita dusters, we're'bo mid, to'see lots of all siiics in. two different shades; made'of light weight cotton Ginghams, usually sold at 17. largo or small iheek, with or .without border; 72 nn.j wide. Children's Wash Suits Light duck, jilain or striped nia :teviala in different styles; all fast colors OO and i' A HOSIERY SPECIAL FOR An imported range of English Hosiery full fashioned hose of foist color Scaring In all sizes, black or tail MIEN'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR Fine porous knit shirts and drawers, iuusbed gannent in pmk'oi blue, considered good value at ?l 00 JJQL at 75 cents per suit for the bal- ,ance of the week. J WOMEN'S SKIRTS fabucs, black ol naiy t (2 85t fjroun'gieen or tweetl r WOMEN'S 'Ihe kind joii uou; (.oats. ?JO 00 dlutsNtt" {22 60 i ft V.t n s U M Raincoats for With Raglan sleeves, durable rubbedizeClIrtbricWVeieia] a'nd THE BENTLEY COMPANY. Limited "SACRED" CONCERTS TO BE GIVEN IN THE OPEN Council Says Band Must Play on the Square Business Transacted To the fire department up to ffhe standard set'-.bv bv it with auto apparatus was one of the main conclusidus reached citv council nmtine; ,'Jenrieis for "n and W horse combindtnon chemical and hos.c nagou trucks will he called for immediately the. .tenders'are'in the hands of the lire'committee action will he to which stvle will be nur- (based The nmin point, is that inside months Lcthbndge an auto fire department, and the..insurance rate will., be de- cieasetl approximalch pci cent. H v as recoinineiided bj the fire com mi f tee, ho t isi ted I'algan l citv should purchase a lire chief's, hut .this was laid over till a later date, as it uas thought there was little use; for one at pres- ent No 'Sacred. Concerts Towards the last of made to the Southern 13ig Exhibition, ol which is avail- at once, and Van'-Hoine Gity J u ULIIO LUC 111 L'llU .-IllLCl'lllg i .'VI ctllH V illl' Ol I'lU- V-'ll.V Morns uaitcd on the council boaul Cartage asked foe and grantni asking for lurimssipn to hold sacred i a reduction on their montlilv Sunday conceits lie thought Laic lor for distribution to that now since the band lias gathered outhing parts of the ciU, wa- logellier enough monev to bin mil tpr is purchased m barrels The re lorms tlic other tlieatrcs in the dnction granted from per bhoiild be the same permission month to although as that. granted to the The coiini-M took a different, view, (hat it be reduced to ?25 On the rcfi'ipst Of the municipal Tin hand will be asked of Board of jlue up to Us asucmfit tOsSivc for !iUU1 weic I cnnccrU a week on Gait J'ark, an I to tcmJcd m vise water for ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR STRAIGHT FROM THE GRAIN .FIELDS After It lias passed through our mills and It is sold Io jon of perfect purity.. It is, .ill that great bone, bodj and mind building ptmer that sood flour should always possess. Get i an aid to your health Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS RAYMOND AND MAORATH discuniinup the cloning con certs in the Maiestic. A hand stand uiM ho prpctrd in the middle pirl ol the park, witlr cinileu patlis k'adiiii; to il, and I.ethbridge people avili ha've an of llearing the hand on Thur'sd.X) and in the open. I lio ?t.int asKed for In the Ilille association uas not granted H uai> thought t'ns a matter for tlic Doniinuin to Lake up. lie (ollnnl unit on record as being opposed tn of this nnture. Xo Incrcuse luo icfiucsis 101 uage incn'asis tinned doun I lie cilj teams- I is asked 101 a stiaiglit uage of i70 i per montli, hut Ihc council could noi seo its (lc.il to this tu Parks -.tipl Mitchell also us'vcil lor an iiurc.ise to inonlh in view ol tlie licnyy work of his department tins summer It was. pointed out, however; that, all re- quests lor in arc sup posed to be onsidereil at Hie bcgin- ning of the year, .and also that Mr. Mltcliell has (litre ni foui mouths in the u inter when his uotk is s'en light. The council would consider the application rfl a lAltr dale 'I lie Honnl of Tiadc was guntcd a temporary achnnce of MDOO bill the final estimate -.will he considered until all Mhe cs-lunutes of tlie other nepirj in mils ate coiKnln cd at n sp." i 1 with pcrmi'-smn io spimHing on Sumku meeting for tliis purpose next Evflljfi bottlo of HOLaiROOX'-S WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE is actually jWle and bottled in England, I'iglit in the home of Wo i costershiro Sauces. HOLBROOK5 Mon l Tie special i ttas, Travellers' Aid Vgain j Ihc matter brought up hj the men's Ciuc Club, uluch was leterreil (o Chief Orillespic'1 report "''some, time imam icferrpcl to him He is to n.oct the club ami gatbct t all Hie inforinatmn possible, and then report .to the some, to handle tut anl t proposition II Macbeth was appointed chairman, of the sinking fund boaid bj tlie Loan! Lo take tlic place of P I, Nai- siuith, Tut: appointment, was confirmed the counnl There uas'.i long 10 the piopei tnnniigcliicnt oi (he 'cilv, stables. All tfie h.ui ticru satisfactorilv worked out, and the stable boss nou take his m (ins dtipcih from the uorks, aiul pro- I coiniml the tommiitce 10 the nianagciapnt of the teams in Ihc departments them. i AmbiuaiiLc Ariangcincnl Afiolfinr matter to tht notice of the -citv council' through' was tlic. [method of handling tht.' ambulance I j it is now it, ib not to the citizens in general, so'.the Hoard asked that a ncu out ho pincliasrd inii placed in the (in dipa-tinem tot j IK looked aftt'i tlic men of thfj can be called in timrt of an accident on a momeht's notuc i t Aid. Mou-man'stated that thc'OaU! Hospital ambulance is at the disposal of thp city t6 he iMiirilul in tins maniiLi and has uo jcars H" was not Hi of bUMng a nru f j one, Iionctei, until the ciU is, to purchabp nn ambulance anto will thni'eforc lie plau-i Ud m No 2 rue" lull, it ne j on call for anj No Jlorc t loj Hides j No iiidK jot iidint; HI uU automo- biles The "Cit> of l.ethv I lindgc Mill U plamlj printed on the hood (ii each IHHO, anil I host in jot ndc at their "own BE SURE AND SEE THE 'MADE-IN-CANADA' Exhibition Train which leaves Montreal on May 15th for FortJWilliam and Port Arthur, and a six weeks' tour through Manitoba, Saskatchewan and [Alberta, .Twelve .cars filled with from Canadian factories and workshops Illustrated 'enure at every stop.. FREE ADMISSION to EVERY CAR the Yield in Baking runty Mour requires the maximum amount of water to produce perfect baking re- sults. Western hard wheat, 0 e r f e c 11 y milled, i n- sures perfect granulation. This determines the power ut ab- sorption. Using more water you can always insure with PURIiy FLOUR "More Bread and Better A: CO., ;