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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday. May LimimuDGE DAILY HERALD Special Prices for Thursday, Friday and Saturday OPENING Thursday, Friday and Saturday Special Prices for The .Ladies1 Store WEAR Thursday, Introducing cnsp stocks, of the season's nicest wear thirds, mdudmg many specially purchased lines, boujhi-tuau under values from were slightly over stocked In every casexwe give you the advantage of the savings we have gained by'offering these most desirable lines at a quarter to a third less than regular Every dress brand this season and correct in every detail. You can thank tlie jaanufactiirer for such wondeiiul values. He hard too many of this particular line anxl-they came our Avay at practically our own figure. Made of fine-mulls, colors sky, pink, lielio and white; striped prints, gaiateas and plain cliambrays in a splen- did range of beautiful cplors: beautifully trimmed with selfrStrappiiigs. etc., Ladies'and '..sizes. -r" Unusual Values in Fine Summer Vests Pine Lisle Vests, 25c Extra fine quality, fine ribbed goods, beauti- fully trimmed at neck and yoke with hand crochet lace. Extra special value at 25c. Lisle Vests, 2 for 35c ;Fiae ribbed goods, short sleeves or sleeveless, 'representing unusual values for the three day sale.- Beautiful Vests, at 3oc Fine ribbed or open rnesh weaves, with tiful trimmings of laces and ribbons; short or long sleeves or sleeveless. Ladies' Union Suits, 50c Qualities made to sell at fine ribbed, close fitting'knee length; short sleeves or sleeveless., -values at the price. a waist in the lot that was made to sell, at less than -S3.75 and furtfrer than that they're every one new this season, perfect fitting in every way and as pretty and dainty as can be. Mafle line mulls, India and Persian lawns, beautifully trimmed with laces and fine em- broidery ;work. Short or long sleeves. to 42. Extra special. 't Hosiery and Gloves Specially Priced Excellent Quality Hose. 2-5c Every pair guaranteed absolutely fast dye, plain cotton goods in splendid weight, shown in black and all colors. Ladies' and children's sizes. Silk Boot Hose, 50c 'Lisle tops and soles, pure silk ankie; very fine and sheer; shown in black and colors. Extra spe- cial value 50c, A Special Purchase 'of New Style Corsets, Just to Hand Lisle Gloves, 25c Colors tan, grey, white and black; finished with two domes at wrist; fine silk finish grade. Splendid values at 25c. Long Silk Gloves, Every pair made with double-tipped fingers, which insures double the wear of ordinary gloves.' Colors, tans, greys, sky, pink, cream and These are all of the famous make, which is the' recognized 'peer 'of all Canadian corsets and represents their extra special value, made to sell at They come ir. medium and extra long lengths two distinct and perfect-fitting 'styles made of fine coutil" in white ished with two pairs of velvet grip hose supporters, front arid-steles. Shown iff sizes 18 to 28. WonderfuPvalue at 95c. Neckwear at Less than Cost "r ji to Tv'e secured these wonderful values lucky Chance, and we pass our good fortune on to you by offering you values of a character never before presented in this city of such daintiness and desirability. Wash stocks, jabots, Dutch and sartJor collars, in a- beautiful range of neat and becoming styles shown in white and a "variety of colors to suit all tastes. 3 pair 'Twill Pay You to Hurry for These Values vajr The direct result of a particular price have been fortunate in securing as a start-off to this low-price introducton of fine summer goods, and 'Without a doubt one or1 the most .important we have had to announce. Fine lisle hose in plain weaves or lace ankles, lovely qualities, o n full fashioned, double soles, spliced heels and shown in black and all the wanted 8 1-2 to 10 ins. FOR TEETHING CHILDREN EDITED Office Phcne, Residence the pain is gone. If your dealer does nor keep them, will. mail, you a, bos; (18 pow- ders) on receipt ol-2G cents. J, L.TVJATHIEU, Proprietors, Sherbrooke, P. Q. will be ..spent in Eastern j Sunday afternoon to hare a concert of Mesdames Delaire Johnson and Canada. 'Upon departure just for their especial benefit.-; Adams, was- appointed.: to' find suit- Lethbndge a feV weeks ago Miss j The Citizens' Band discoursed a var- able rooms and report to the com- McArthur was given a number of j led programme of bright music on mittee at the next meeting, very beautiful gifts from many of her the grounds in front of the hospital Arrangements were made for the friends, here. j for an hour early in the afternoon, 'monthly meeting of the club- which All who were able were moved out ;be held In the Y. M. .C. A, audltor- "Mrs. E. G-. received [or the the verandahs, where the glorious Thursday evening. June 8th. Mrs. last time this season yesterday af-> balmy breezes and sweet, Cordon and Mrs. Buchanan were ap- ternoon, and during 'the concluding music ''made up" a prescription to secure a speaker and ,ar- jhour of the afternoon ,a nun-ber of j which was willingly taken, and a sllort musical programme. Mrs. J. Brodie will again- this season. not receive .Mrs. II. Galvin and daughter, Miss 'Helen, left this morning for Pincher City to spend a few davs. j callers dropped in i'or a chat jcnp of tea. The hostess greeted her j'behalf of the patients, the nurses and visitors, wearing an elaborately and i many cases with marked results. On j KveiT woman of the city is asked to :make a special effort to keep this cm-i-jie superintendent, Miss McDermit, open so that tnere wiU -be a Progress is being made by'the ce- ment works started by Chinese, capital at'Canton in inon: 'They cost 000. The-money, was drawn tile education- to be repaid out of tlie profits. Mrs. C. Gray. -will receive morrow between the hours of arid o'clock. to- four Mrs. G. P. 'Piayer and children ex- pect to- leave next week to spend the summer at Balfor.r, .B. C., a summer i resort a few miles from sincere AND WINDOWS WE CARRY EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN BUILDERS' HARDWARE, FROM THE WIRE SCREEN ON THE FRONT DOOR TO THE OUTSIDE KNOB ON THE KITCHEN DOOR YOUR .HOUSE OR BUILDING. IF PROPERLY HARD- WARED." WILL BE MUCH MORE HANDSOME THAN Ik, YOU GIVE NO CARE TO THE KIND OF TRIMMINGS YOU USE WHEN IT'S ANYTHING IN HARDWARE. WE HAVE IT -Afifnew Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Mackenzie are at present visiting in Detroit, Michi- gan., they will spend some days vrtth friends in Minneapolis be-fore return- ing home. Mr. and Mrs. L. I-I. Wilkes return- ed from the East yesterday after- noon and are being entertained for a, few days by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas- son. The. Misses Gertrude and j Genge of 'Macleod, i Vebcr, are in the city today, "taking their yearly "piano and violin inations at the. Conservatory of Mu- sic. The Daughters and Maids of Eng- land will meet in the Oddfellows hall ihis evening ot 7.30 o'clock.' A't nine j o'clock the members of the S. 0. E. jand the Daughters and Maids will en- joy a whist drive in the same hall. Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Clarke will leave next week for Calgary to re- j j side. During their year's residence in i Lethbntlgc they have made a wide circle of friends who are sincerely j sorry ic learn of their decision to i !leave this city. j The members of the Ladies' Aid Society of Knox church will meet I j for the-last, lime until autumn in the lecture room of the church tomorrow j afternoon three o'clock. The host- esses will be Mesdames William Hen- derson, L. Mackenzie and A...B. Stafford. An event which.will be of much in- terest to a large circle of friends in this city will take place at Duck j Lake, Sask., on the twenty-first of June when Miss .lean McArthur, for- merly of this city, will he .narried j Dr. Holmes of Prince Ajbert. -.The broidered French lingerie gown of I ]iave been asked to convey to the attendance- as there are a -great. many questions to be brought before the club and important work to be done. The executive will meet next Tuesday with Mrs. Reuter. Tennis and golf enthusiasts are re-1 SAYSMAGRATH MAY DROP OUT I white Swiss. Bouquets of Perfection members of the band their and Enchantress carnations adorned thanks. the rooms. The., tea1 hour dainties! were passed by Miss Bessie and Miss j The Ladies of the Maccabees of the Nellie Hazell, v.-ho also wore fetching j World entertained about a hundred white embroidered frocks. In the ev- i and fifty guests, delightfully in the jening the gracious hospitality which i Knights of Pythias hall last evening. j is always accorded everyone at the A unique feature of the entertainment Hazell home was enjoyed by a dozen j was the fortune teller's booth where of the young folk were entertain all the good things in store for the i 'ed Avith 'music and a 'few games of guests were foretold and the past ''O0ns ancl the Calgary Albenan, 'May- 31 j Ottawa, May C. A. Magrath, M, for Medicine left for England today, where he will be one of the Ca'r nadian parliamentary contingent for the Coronation. Mr.. Magrath'g change of plan in going to England Instead .of accompanying Air. Borden on part of his Western tour as previously an.- 500." Suppor was served. at the din- i events of their lives chronicled. Mrs. ing table'at the close 'of the evening, For the., past two days Wing of Calgary was the clever i "gypsy." Mrs. Alice Locke of Denver Colorado, district commander of the vclling in this ideal weather and the is somewhat significant. favorite games are being played by a It is stated that Mr. Magrath, who large number of the members of both is one of Mr. Borden's foremost the Tennis and Country clubs after- porters in the Commons, is not parr Although the ficularly enamored of politics, and is Tennis club season has not been for- wiping to drop out. With-his chance's mally opened, several of the young j re-election on an anti-reciprocity folk are seen at the courts each day. PJatfonn admittedly very doubtful, he A number of new private courts "have is apparently not worrying much abi- T havC( for-j ledge gave a.pleasing and.intellectual sprung into existencpvthis spring-.and out the coming campaign, you deligh-tcd'the work'-and object of the J school courts .feeing- en j oy ed j-. About the. only Westeri civ .feeing- enj oy ed About the. only Western Conserva- het pupils and the teacfiers. Batteii-ts ;at the- Gait. I-jfojpital were i organisation, ychicb, was, illustrated j more than ever by high school'tiye wilom Mn Borden ean COUIit on j with 'lantern views. At the co'nclus- nimils anrf tho to helii out in educating the I'iori-of her address-a Jolly dance wag 1 held. JVeedham's orchestra was. in at- I tendance. For those who did not dance seyer- al tables of euchre were formed. The j ladies who acted hostesses for the i evening were: Mesdamep Yotuighus- band, Roy, Prince, Fred Wing, Peck, Huston and Easton. Cowan's seems to hit the right spot It is a great "food for husky young- ath- letes satisfies the appetite: easy to digest: and delicious WHEAT PRICES Grain prices in Winnipeg and Am- erican wheat mar kets: Wheat, open, close, May, 9fi 1-4, 96 3-4; July, -95.. 5-S. J95 1-4; October. S7 1-2, S; '1-8: oats. May, 36'1-4. 3.5 3-4: 37, 36 3-4. Flax, May, 210; July I'll'. Winnipeg cash close: North- ern. 95: No. 2 Northern, 02 3-4: No. 3 Northern, 00 1-2; No. 4 Northern, S6; ainst reciprocity are Manitoba follow- ers. With the exception of Mr. Mar p'rath 'none -of the Alberta or Eleven members of the Woman's Executive committee met with j Mrs. J. F. Simpson yesterday after- jnoon. A number of membership fees 2 C. W.. 33. were turned in and Mrs. C. F. P. j American wheat market chewan members have as yet ventur- ed to come out openly against reci- procity, MAY PRECIPITATION h" (Minnea- Conybeare spent a busy half hour polls) Open, close, May, '93 .7-4 writing receipts. Thevicting president 718: