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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 20; 1017 THE LETHnniDGE DAILY HER ALT) PAGE FIFTEEN;. More bargainstorikht than usual at these popular money-Saving events. The best "hfter-supper" sale sofar this season 18 inch Flouncing^ - - - 25c 10 pieces of 18 inch Flouncing embroidery, for dresses, petticoats, etc. Also a few onds ol Corset Cover Embroidery worth to 50c yd. Pair Bath Towels----35c Medium sized Turkish Bath Towels. Either while or colored. Towels that are actually worth EOc a pair at today's prices. Dainty Dust Caps----25c , Just'j'tho thing for house cleaning time. A hew lot of Dust Caps. Made from flowered voileS^nd crotonnes In dainty colorings. Child's Lisle Socks---25c 75 pairs of Child's Lisle Socks. Samples 6f lines worth up to 60o pair. White with colored tops. Sizes to 8V4. Girls' Lisle Hose - - - - 25c Girl's Pine Mercerized Lisle Hose. Sizes 4% to 81/*.. Only white, tan or'blaok. Worth to 50c a pair. Some slightly soiled. Fancy Wash Cloths - - - 10c |ihe kind you 'usually pay 15c and 20c for. Pliain white or white with pale blue or pale pink check: GbpdV heavy weight Turkish TowWlrig, " ,  Tonigkt only 75 Voile \\ Waists up to 2,50 for Another �pocial sale of Voile Waists that should create big business for tonight only. Wliito voller with new collar. Also black voiloB. Sizes up to 44 In this lot. A whole rack full of Coats tip to $25 tonight For tonight we are clearing up our stock of Cloth Coats did Ladies' Tweed Raincoats. Thoy are all now goods, and the cloths are excellent. Sties up to 42 only. This is a real coat bargain. Another Suit sensation ceromoni,es took,, place. The route tyas thronged'by rtlious-ands of spectators,-' and the/ entire length of Uniyairsity avenue ;was lined hy uniformed cadets. In front of the parliament bulld-ingB in Queen's park a special stand and enclosure had been erected and tile grounds were filled with people. On arrival a Balute waB fired by a battery of torn- guns. Two addrosses were proBented to tho distinguished vis}tor, one by Premier Hoarst, . on behalf of .the province, and the. other by Mayor Church, for the oity. Replying to Jho addreBs, Mr. Balfour referred speoially to the words of Premier Hearst, In which', he was hidden -'ng^'tp; forget that he � had come aibbft?y'ifpuntrymen,. as: well as friends^ Ho'-sald':'. " "I did not need that invitation to entertain this sentiment. 1 have left on thejjother side of the border a nation jot fripnds. I come Into Canada to * great free country, composed not only of friends but of countrymen, .we .think the same thoughts, we HviH lttith�.8amo civilization, we belong |b the sinno empire and If anything dpuld have comentod more elosely'ftho bonds ot ompiro, if anything $)uld. have made us feel that wo wooj indeed of one flesh and blood with one common liistory behind us, if anytfeng co.ulil have cemontcd these feelings^ it is the consciousness thut now fori two years �nd a half wo have been engaged ih this great Btruggle in whiqjjj, I. thank God, all North-America now as one, We have been engaged In this great struggle through^ theso two years and a half, fighting together,,; when , uecessary maklng^'nll our sacrifices In common, working together towards a common nnd victorious end, which I doubt not will cr^wn our efforts, "I rejoice, too,: that over' in the 'struggle oi); wjjlch' posterity will look hack ai- tlffl gr'oatost effort made, for freedonj. arid civilization tho British empirefjin 'evory one :of Its constituent parts and Burely not less in this great DoMiffph, 'thia' pro,u(l'nrdv. Ottawa, May 26.-The ^confedera-tion committee, of: wl^ioh Sir George Foster is chairman,' had about completed its plans for the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the union of the Canadian provinces. The committee will make a report to the public shortly and ^he plans as at present proposed include ;colebrations in Ottawa, and all the provincial capitals. Tho committee felt that the' day should be fittingly- - observed throughout all Canada,, but that In view of tho war there should be no elaborate or e.^P^nsive . demonstrations.;. : '.. ,;' f. s '' ' : ,l't;:Js.'prop6sed'.toJ ifca^e-.^speclal set ,of stamps aij'd fpost^carijs. exhibiting the pictures of. the fathers of confederation or: some appropriate design descriptlve-df-jindicative of the event. Dominion Day will fall this year on Sunday and it ,is. proposed that commemorative sefvipos bo held in Paris and London . in' which Canadian troops can. participate. The celebration In Ottawa/tym include the dedication on Motta^,' Jjily': 2, of a tablet to be oreo,ted;lh"thefnew house of commons. IF.jF..$eire'yo.a thobuilding will be far 'eptiugh' advanced at that date to put:,; tablet in its* proper location. . Tiie"-1wovhitajs>; giy'lrig them an-official status.i ''A " ' A proclamation' will likely be issued by the government with a view of including all the churches, Sunday and day schools, coljloges, universities, Canadian clubs, other associations and municipal authorities to take part in celebration in such manner as appeals to them, The idea Is that on Sunday"all the ctiurche's and Sunday schools y/Ul hold commemorative services and draw attention to the responsibilities and duties of citizenship. In the* cubs' of day schools 'the evont .wllj torm a topic, pi closing exorcises. '-Municipalities,' clubs and associations will be asked to carry but such metliods rtfl, .oud ..1,01ft sailed' in'the'samo porlod' Mrs. M. McMahon is visiting in i Calgary. * * * Mrs. J. A. Jackson has returned from Wetaskiwin, where she was the guest of Mrs. G. Root. * * * Mr. Finlay McKenzie of California is the guest of his son and daughter, Capt. E. C. McKenzie and Miss Margaret McKenzie. *   Mrs. William Showers has returned from Medicine Hat, where she organized a ladies' Bociety to the B. of L. F. and B. *  * About 20 members of the Willard W. C. T. U. met at the United church of North Lethbridge at 10.30 o'clock on the 24 th, from where they wore d'.-ivon out to the farm df Mr. and Mrs: J. MoKean. Here, a sumptuous chicken dinner was served, arid after the dainties ot, the, farm  lia� iieen appreciated, games of ' yarlduss ljlnds aiid . musical numbers were - enjoyed. Delicious refreshments wetoajjain served before the party, left.'"A hearty vote of thanks was\tendered by �Vrs. WeatcoW, in appreciation' of the kindnesses of JVIr. and"Mrs. Mc-Koan and for the royal' way Jniwhich 'they had. been entertained. 'A' The 'singing of; "Blest Be The That Binds" brought the; happy .day to a close. -. :' '�' , .."I Tired, but. tiafipyjHlie rFleetwood scbbpl chorus, In/qhairge of ^bs Ethel Waterman, retui'apd !'to the' city this morning..- From th^tfmo tb;el|e^J18!rfln left here until thatr �return%ftilrd place. Through the kindness of Mr. IB. N, Hlglnbotham, formerly, of, Lethbridge, tho children were shown through the parliament buildings and 'Hie"? university'. � Leaving .Edmonton yeatorday,..thoy arrived iii Calgary yesterday 'a'fter-.noon, being DaV A.iMvJSqott, Mr. C W. Fnirn and Mr. A. S'. Nimmo, of the Calgary school board sand their wives; and M'ss; Fobte,' also-a member of, the. school, ppard and, who, ,ncppm jganied them'duvirig their stay ' * * � McFARLANE-SPENCE ]i At Knox church on Wednesday at '� p.m., Rev. W. F. Burns united � In �Jnarriage, Miss Cora Spence, of ;Ottawa, sister of Mr. A. G. Spence, of t(this citx and.Mr. William R. McFar-lane, of Calgary. The bride was attended by Miss May Knapp, and the igroom by Mr. H. Collier. Directly [fatter tho ceremony tho bridal party With Mi'- Gamble and Mr. Walsh, repaired to tho Lethbridge hotel where ;a wedding supper was served. The [(groom's gift to the bride was a very handsome silver vanity case, he also gave a vanity case to the-bridesmaid. ifinU to tho best man he prosontod gold cuff links. j Mr. aud Mrs. McFarlane loft for Calgary to take - up their residence. J On Thursday ; evening Mrs; W-: vj, SGamblo entertained at her homo in Calgary,-for the bride and groom. An pnjoyablo evening boiug spent by a group,of friendB. 1 >! The C. P, R. haB subscribed for $1,-JOOO.OOO of the U. S. Liberty loan 4ionds. ; Another .H.000,000 subaorip-'tlon came ijCrom the . American Brass') Joompany,! John p..Rockefeller also pias subscribed for another $5,000,000 �at the bonds. His total subscription 1b $10,000,000, the largest recorded from a single individual, Quality Flour Week CONCLUDES TONIGHT at lO p.m. Secure a Sack of Flour 49 lb. .. Sack for Also Bake a Loaf of and enter it in Contest. You may win $15, $10 or $S.OO in Gold. Note-All bread must be delivered to the Hudson Bay Store Monday, May 28th, before 6 p.m. All bread sent in for competition will be donated to the Lethbridge Branch of Local Council of Women for the purpose of raising- funds and will be sold in the Bay store Tuesday afternoon by members of the above society at 15c per loaf. The three winning loaves will be auctioned off. Tonigh On Sale 7.30 to 1Q Save on a Pair of Boots Tonight ��� . MEN'S SHOES firok^n lines in Men's Dross Shoes taken from stock, including a large assortment of lasts. Receding toe aijd. block toe. Lace and button styles in patent leather, cloth top, box calf and gunmetal. Sizes 6 to 10. Regular up to $6.00. m Saturday special................... TC.Uu CUPS AND SAUCERS Heavy quality China Clover Leaf Pattern. Regular $2.50 dozen.' Special tonight Half dozen.........................., 89c BOIES' LIGHTWEIGHT . SUMMER SUITS 1.95 a*?.;9�ly- Light grey color. Sizes 5 to 8 years.' /Regular .$2.75.. Special . ....... Candy Specials A Big Shipment of Marshmallow Toys ' Damaged by breakage in transit, To go on sale Saturday., Regular ic each. Extra special >  g' Per dozen ................................ DC 500 lb. Greenfield's New York Santa Clara Candy Figs. Regular/' 50c. Saturday, lb. .... 30fe k500, Ihs. Paris-Chicago Boston Baked Beans, per lb. .... 2cc y 300 lbs. Royal Mixed Candy, per f LADIES'HOUSE DRESSES - In prints, chambrays and ginghams. All siaes.-> \ A Regular $1.75. , * f 1 10 Tonight, special.............1�1�F Grocery Specials for Tonight Pure Castile Soap, Special 2 lb. bar..... .... ..:.. .'.. 3QC Fruit Cake, Special per lb. .. 3()c Good Quality Salmon, 2 for 25c Pure English Malt5 Vinegar. f Special, quart bottle .. . 30c: Monk & Glass Blanc Mange Powder, Special per tin .. Igc Grocery Specials for Monday Pure Jam with apple, Raspberry, Black Currant, Strawberry, 4 lb. palls, each------..... 55c Ammonia Powder, 3 pkgs. 25c Gold Dust Wash Powder, per pKg............ .......22c Bacon in 3 lb. pieces, per lb. 32c Preserve Your Eggs. Water glass, lib. tins................20c 2 lh. tins............. -35c Oyster Shell, 10 lbs. for----25c Sulphur, 5 lbs. for ........ 25c Matches, (5 boxes to pkg-----30G Washing Soda, 7 lbs, for----25c AT1D IM�0 �� �>H�1�Ot.~lTO�l> COOHKtlON ompatm. CBMNIICIDIlIk C9D ;