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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 10. H UgrjtfKJRliHiiK DAiLV Extraordinary Bargains for the Last Four Days CLARKE The Ladies' Store, Phone 453 Acadia Block Just Four More Days of the Ten ------MONDAY DAY There is urgent need for qmck action for we make it worth your while to supply future as well as'present needs, with as array of values absolutely unsurpassed These last few days undoubtedly offer the most important savings yet announced for this Ten Day Event judged from viewpoint of the splendid assortments of seasonable merchandise involved and the decided reductions from original prices; and we strongly urae every woman m Lethbndge to share m these extraordinary bargain concessions while assortments are unbroken and choosing the most satisfying Every department offers its most enticing values for the wind-up to the Great Bargain Read Every Increase As You .Dutch, collars, jabots, plain and fancy stocks. Usually sold at 35c and 40c The results of a special purchase bring- you this ex- 1 traordinary news, and the sale price would not even 1OC cover the cost of the making- alone. A lovely assort- ment to choose from. Worth 3oc and 40c each. Big Sale of UXDER VESTS, Two for......................___35c Values usually sold at 25c each. Fine ribbed lisle goods, short slsev- or siceveless, neatly trimmed with ribbon and lace. Extraordinary Values In Every Line Of goods, such as cottons and sheetings: towels and towel ings: linens and damasks: prints and ginghams: flannels and flannel- ettes. Greatest HOSIERY Values Ever Offered. Three Pairs for Regular 45 cent and 50 cent value. Fine lisle goods, plain or lace kles. shown in black and every im- "air ft aginsble color. Ladies' sizes. V One Third Off These Newest Silks Jacquards. Foulards, nnd Handsome Persian Rajahs. Usually 90c and Very correct for this season's dresses and waists: shown in a great variety of patterns and colors; vndtiis vary from 27 to in. A wonderful value. Bargains in Flue Lisie GLOVES, at Valuer worth o5 cents 40 cents 25c txcoilent qualities in black, tans. greys and white: finished with two domes at wrist. Buy them tomorrow. Wonderful Valjs.es in Newest OOKSETS. at ............9.3c lU-ir'iIar One Dollar and a Half. A perfect fitting model, suited to the great majority of figures; sizes IS to 23. 95c Unprecedented Opportunities in the Ready-to-Wear Section Savings in every line of suits, coats, skins, dresses, kimoiias. etc. Every gar- ment brand new this season.and correci in every detail. Styles are also perfect, no matter how insignificant the price. It's simply a case with us of carrying no hold-overs from -one season to are forced out during the season for which they were bought no matter what price they bring. All going at bargains. Great Savings In Every Line Of ami gloves and l.'osuTy: corsets and underwear; and Moiisrs: combs and leather a'oods: dress-o-oods and silks. Items mentioned above are but a brief summary of the many and savins; dsances at this busy tH- values will the reward of economical aud mention of but a few'of here! 8 price tickets THE LETTER BOX to give my services to the ed.se are man 'if i club, should they at anv future time! AN EXPLANATION Editor Herald: Acceptable to them, and I think I of the Sraec of jean say the- same on behalf of Mr.i be able to fulfil the promises "-iven Hindis. L i to nim.uy Jesus, namelv "He 1 trust that you will see fit to rake you please aciios in this matter" bcUeVeth '-'n n'e> the worts that rpliowing- letter which I have re-! Yours truly, 11 rio shall he do also; and greater T. W. CLARKE, vorks than these .shall he do, because tfte Overseas Club entertainment? Better will explain itself, better Secretary Overseas Club unto Father." "And what- establish DISROBES HER IN CHURCH Tears Stolen Hobble Gown Off Mrs. Lillian Trammel! Los Angeles. Cal.. Mar in- en being delivered at Mount Spokane, May hun- 2ion Baptist Church i colored) bv Rev T. Hill this morning was rudely in- to j ternipted and the congregation thrown DISCUSSING DEFENCE AND FOREIGN RELATIONS; j RAYMOND RE-ORGANIZES BOARD OF TRADE 1 soever in mvnam- T 'o h It e mav Imperial Conference Makes a Start on Very important Raymond Board erf Trade was Those Present ;re-organized, with the following offi- -vas :i President. R. A. Gillies, re-elect- 'U at the foreign office G. H. Budd: secre- conferenee brokejtary-ireasurer, F. T. Holt.: council. K. o.: counc. boundary line mto a state of near riot by a fisht on !he importanr Young, Chas. McCartv. A. F. any words I need write: JAN ANSWER TO A CRITICISM ON "On behalf of R. Hmcks and mv-j coir T i i wish ..o call your attention toj tfije face that we have been of the' Herald to much annoyance through the c uit-m 10 "neai LOC impression which seems to be prertv; asking J'ou to the sicic. the IeperSj raise general in town, that he and I are pro-' IolIowinS- is not oiy intention to ou( wag fessionais and that we were being paid enrer into a controversy with Pro- no ,iven to but a for our services at the Overseas .Shanrum, whom J adir.irc very for ihe teaching and promises heard some of his learn flf .rcsus wcre [or anfl al, remarks maae oy Mr. Conyoeare._ cd lectures during the past week. Kor threp the criticism of the play' I simplv bee of vou to allow me to tev'V'hrM thp .A ir, Ine-r TT___, L't- V liri.v C f 1 i fmallv fa8hlonabh-of Defence and relations. Be-jUuffee, T. J. O'Brien, L. D. King and departments' and experts in these i Canada and the United'States, jtween two of the 0 Alaska- according: to 0. L. Dicke-i dressed women in the house" of of militan- and naval IM. Y. Cannon iiicn in tiie "If ye shall son, of Vancouver. B. C., vice-president ship. anything: in my name, I will do of When He sent His disciples out them to "Heal the ____________...... Carding excursions to the at once to recover it. She'iumoed Earl of Crewe, Secretary Nearly Anyone May Secure a Splendid over_ the a pew and pulled off the Louis Harcourt, Colonial Sec-! Growth of Hair. SSifi "Pll T 'lhat Ilc has confounded Men- wondering why they can get no'relief. The most frequent of ail are bilious or Eick headaches, and are caused by some derangement of the stomach or bowels, or both. Burdock Blood Bitters regulates the sinner. digestive and biliary organs, removes of acidity of the stomach, improves "If> tion, regulates the constipated bowks Siad promotes a perfect circulation of pu-' mood to ail portions of the body. Mrs. C. Meadows. Claricabun: Ont writes: For years I was trouble.! with sick neadache and dizziness, and was also constipated. I was advised to trv Burdock Blood Bitters. I Onlv tooic ._-- -Tii.vj ii i-; T to r cinrt n Tt- i h ,ten to r and all knowledge, there cannot be present estimate to complete this work! x- v ihardlv be better D. Higinbotham Co.. Ltd., another presence, called evil, ooposed alone. (special agents. r- i Isy now going on m London arr 1-----------------------____________ Ood and possessing power and Tne increased tourists' travel has j respecting the Of the vor'i knowledge aUo. So long as there is mads 5t necessary for the steam-boat; Whistler and his pupil. Waller Cu-a a hun-xiri sense of sin, there will be comPanies to improve the gives interest to another unpub-! its o up the Yukon river, and the joshed Whistler letter which ,.iti ut Both sin and sicl-nrss Passenger .boats have beenj sold at auction tonight. The letter is rh, thoroughly remodelled and re-equipped'addressed to Greaves and signed with ODiain in error 01 ttiudErlit and ._ b.t y realized. I i sickness Ins never been heahd V... "C- our i are doing in a blue dress. rnnofhLBihVS It in-Is nvl -h, nothing more _ thmg as sickness. Such a method ed through the mountainous sections! would not only he unfair" to voWlf i 11. rt SIM o ic inan ihe nibie but we i __ must look for the spiritual sisnific-! i alien for if we confine ourselves only i, i UJ1JV TOOK ,f we always Jean attained oiilv bv taree bottles'of the medicine arid now j ?is hunjap. often j feeHikeanewpersonasIamcomplBtelv jh3S interpretations on one ern is under wav. i v-nnM "v ami 1 Tne basic principle of all Christian whom we must follow in M- 'T u aft have they been T. of the Burlington PARIS-MADRID TRIP for the other big rail-j San Sebastian, Spain "-'J. i L i HDR-J i al! matters of arbitra-iThree abaters Po'r'o oniy by The T AWbum I "T" CH' of AteskajMadrid race started for Madrid o.. Lumted, Toronto, Ope, UbUrn 0iiC hr always! MAVKETv_Af TaoonY nn v ailfl wfn direct spending of today. Gilbert first to and as. ail power and know] to Mr u thing as sickness. Such a method ed through the mountainous sections' w'ould not only he unfair'to yoursdi be but the utilization of thp r-his part of the country. Few to inventions too. You Irn'o'w will while the only, real ple understand th'ls, and yet. within continuously 1 worked invention; power to hea! is Divine Love" which years- l have will! is rhe cream of the whole fan a trained VirinJ a place of great attraction and o'esiroy i.iie ef- tlLLcllllLll living III (11- i' r loot obedience to the corniiiund-s jind rnuu any ptlicr mv yi_.t ern Development work is under With every detail of an up-to-date restaurant equal to the best Burdock Blood e Jast 3.5 years, a son. _ of to develop the th, -R- n. ir _ "_ joff at <.16 and Verbrino at 7.19. Hill Block, Dufferin Street Lunch Counter Booths for Ladies ;