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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta fiflay, THE LBTTHBRiPfeE BAgf VALUES IN ALL OF LEATHER GOODS CLARKE THERAPIES' STORE PHONE 453 Every New Suit Receives Marching Orders Must be Obeyed !Hiysi the pick of entire new stock, worth up to Aj wonderfuity little price for 'sucli; handsome new style." garments' are fashion's favorites. Made in various becom- ing; styles of absolutely pure wool 'materials the wanted .colors', neatly trimnied.witlibraid buttons.'self-'b'aoids. Splendidly-assorted, seasonable stocks -at -specially. Jit tractive sale makp tomorrow a mem- orable day to-those who have the. good fortune to share in its wonderful savings. Prices throughout the Ready-to-Wear Section-are esptcially affected-daPlng Saving l Suits going at going'at Coats going at and-in addition to this, sate .igures throughout every other Jspartment of the store are materially lowered tp clearances necettary to mako room for Christmas Stocks now on the way. Biggest Savings of the Season In every line of hosiery and gloves, corsets and'underwear, dress-goods and silks, towels an3 towelmgs, damasks ana linens, flannels and flannelettes, cottong.and sheetings; blouses, etc.. Hundreds of economical women have taken advantage of this opportunity-to supply, noi only-present, but future- needs as well. Sale Lasts But One Week More! And we strongly .urge the advisability, of getting your' share of the good .things-offered if .-you faare no done so. COSY, PURE WOOL SHOULDER SfiAWLS SELLING AT Excellent quality, pure wool goods, closely good size and weight, colors cream, grev f A A cardinal and black, worth special Saturday U These Dollar Gloves are Wonderful Value Qualities usually sold at and splen- did .value at that. Made of fine dogskin in tans only. Good tall weight and splen- did to wear, pique stitch, finished with one dome at Unusual value '.Sat- urday, THIRD AVENUE Val- es the Best Ever Fine-cashmere1 -goods; wool, ,sh'own eir tra elastic heels and toes. -Z. to. lOinches. Qualities for which- yoii 40c-per pair.- Staple Necessities of Every Day Use ling at Less Than Regular Two Remarkable Saturday -W' in Ladies7 High-Grade Coats a and jpa _ __ _ quality double ftiiKnei to -tfieftfeB Best grade n colqiis brOTfir vc- 4 'vy' Sel- 15c 3'f 8e Maiinelette. selling. at ra-rd wide.--S3aimelette. selling at TV. Muslins, wliite and' fancy, selling; at _ ,'-__. O zG Heavy 2 yard stLeeting; "selling, at Tpweling selling at 5 "Large" size bedspreads, selling at Table Linen, selling' at 30c :.40c Underwear and Hosiery in Most Desirable Grades at Prices Away Below Regular Ladies' full weight rests, white or.natural 25c Dreiii Goods and Silks of every Description at Saving Quit and; suitings i I rl'rv -A (-NT-t-i i: lir-'-i 4y J- Ct( JL J_h o. suitings selling selling 1-1.00 "SQCiAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. the hostess at a charming %ttle luncheon, yesterday as a courjJBSiy to _Jits.. in ter the .were laid Mrs. of Grass, Mont., a visit to. her tives, Mrs. Begin: Mrs. i'reemau, r and Simpson tribute to the tea hour E.'l a. -bevy of. assistants serve the hour dainties. of twenty- iive cents will be. charged. '-Mr. and Mrs. Mark Drumui of Frank n the. city yesterday on ttseir Union City, Mich., where they go" 'to join- in :the, celebration of the. number of- 'the friend's'of Mrs -who received "for the has formed the 'basis-of jiuiLe" an -in- teresting book by T.' Sharper knoWl- son. ents. The family has reTord" as all' of the -Mr. -D-nnBia 1'ife guestioa weddiusr rins; Drumm'_s par- ancKwny "it''should'- be placed on >i WIo only once'-in linger of ihe left hand he back ,tc a writer in the British Ap- 4s nothing more in- it that the custom was CLUBS Last evening iho Young Circle of Wesley "Church Miss Grace Prc After the I Why the''Ring Is Pfa'ced on the Fourth Veen Fing'er of the'Left-Hand tor. xif Though popular superstitions .may lack reason or reasonable- explanation, must have an: origin, and .this cash nationalist to the preseit age from tiie practice of our ancestors, who t'oound-tue left hand more convenient Henry- A-rthur.- the famous b'nglish '.-drainatisfj-'' is shortly coming- to this coilntry t'6 'supervise the pro- of his plays to be made by" Producing Cocmpany. _ ;Queen Alexandra and her 'sister. the-Dowager Queen Marie of Prussia, are .living in retirement and simplicity i at their country home, the Villa Hvi- dore., in Denmark, and are enjoyinj the beautiful autumn weather. .The .average par of men of; is SL'5.75 "i- land terms By making favorable Brazil plans to retain its supremacy in the rubber production of the world. The British government has sur- veyed a railroad into the great Bauchi tin. fields of Northern The merit system is now in force in six states and .nearly WO cities.- New- York state, in 1883, .was-.the pioneer.; Alcoholic tives are new; permitted to- be import- ed into Somalilund. is more large than 'knowledge and" more. of and of frights and. -Of passions anfl.'-'ict'' gr.-eat songs; r Knowledge of lif'g; feel its. heart beat all the soil iraon. her seat; v To see, -to feel, .and. k-now; To till the old worfiVs till it grow A'- garden for tine feet, of our Tisited Fffyi'e avenue. After the .young ladies done their sewing dories, light were iirsi at' {for sucS ornaments than the right, injrope ladies j-j-agpn they chose the fourth fin-! Vinie Dalaj-, who has been in .Ea- j It Is esUmKea'jaiat over 1000 me present moment. se. predicts i 7 her m liand as a na- ('on, for a .'life' of ..leisu fce-- Hours, 'To-Shink and dreaici, to "put small tilings, This, -world's perpetwal Ieaiga6r; .of dull naughts; Td wander like a .bee -among the'ilaw- wnich ig ]iot onjy eitner of the resi. but is more capable LCUUCU. rooms. .MFS. j.. F.-l 1Ils Altar soeiot-y St. Pat- anjesqmsite a handsome re- ap-i rick's church .held'.a'euchre.party last 1 -rriV1 rt. -rvrtin "-J 4.V. l 1 _ _ _ sid thanja future fffr the former dancer. Grace Mac'leod, of F. C. Lowes j Co.'s staff here, returned yesterday afternoon from a couple of days' visit to Calgary. >r r -u, .Jlrfe. Neil-McLachifln left thi mora-j Guild, ine. pointed ;tea evening -in the Cfaledonian THall There The old-iashioued notion that a shoe twenty-five Cables -and first StlOUIcl Inck at a Adding is by McDon- diuicult to ex j aid, second fay Miss Delay. Messrs. Beflarrl-'aild Dr.- Gallivah buys more, sewing machines from-Aiherica than Britain 1 he recent -niamase of TiWry aermanV, 'Belgium and' Yranca c6m- 3 to Sir Hugh CHfford, an has again brought into ice oss of- Great Britain's ve- women authors and origins with whose success this conn- j try is well acquainted. Till old age finds us. wjhgs ry .with ;the .golii_ of Brunton I) Dr. Alfonso Costa, the minister of justice in the provisjonal republican i government, is considered the most S Keenan, I mcnts the over Servi-d durin; Prof. Tremblav's -it was m the sense-of confirming a j bninant republican orator and' me exchange that the Jews under- {best in Jt }lo removal and giving of a after the recent election of ten tbe nilGn thekmsmanofBoazirepublican'deputies for Lisbon, we u.e cotusc .consented to waive his claim upon the Kins Manuel "notice to pr. 1 11C I i-lji, mill 1 Ull. J S -4-1 i I I AT orchestra rciifii-rni musical selections, i1 ei Oi -NaPmi nee you pay- more than Rayo price ior-ra lamp, you are paying for extra decoranons that cannot add to the quality of the light. You can't pay for a better "ghti because there is none. An oil light the least effect on the human eye, and f LamP is best oil.lamp made, tiioygh low in price. You can pay o, ror some other lamp, and although you get a more costly lamp, you can't get ,a better light than the white, mellow, .diffused, unfiickeriag light of the low- .priced Rayo. Has a strong, durable -shade-colder. This sea- in sell favor o? Horiz. he 'drew off his for thib was a .testimony in -Is- i rophe- ?ying that the revolution was near ni Robert Barr. author of "The Sword j "in ;i dilferent sense the removal of has just, returned to England i a shoe marks the winding up of ne- gotiations among the laws and ordin- ances given in the book of Deuteron- omy. where the widow -who is refused! old home again attcr an unusually stormy and diffi- cult passage of the channel, which left nim with no desire io depart from his The ladies of St. Aiieusiin's, St. i Cyprian's and St. Mary's Anglican jch'tzrches will serve the banquet, at jwhich Canon Turker will 'be'the hon- jor guest on Monday evening in St. jAugustm's hall. I K The young ladies of St. Patrick's Al- tar Society wUI noi meet next Mon- day 'but will meet en Nov. 2S at thelnis shoe from off his thus as-j and finding recreation in trout fish- Home of Mrs. Frank Beagle, U''f. Ar- serting her independence, and heap- j j ing upon him the blame for failure to marriage by fcer husband's suri-ivin sooner than neces- sary. Ho spent the summer in. Auv- -bromer. is directed to 'come unto him ergne in the middle of France, where in the presence of tlie elders, and loose' be has been working on a new novel, j j gyie avenue. CUPID'S A A -Made of sold brass, nickeled, and easily polished. Once a Rayo User, AWys One iywhere. to tke nearest cratcy oft'fit eares cratcy oit The toperial Coospaisy ad. s The marriage of Mr. Leopold Sleu- nett Amery and Miss Florence Haraar Greenwood took place at Sr. 3Iargar- !ers, Westminster, at 3.15 yesterday. A reception was given by Mr. Hamar (JrecnwoocJ at the Westminster Palace j notol after the ceremony. compiy. with the law. "VVJien the Emperor Vladimir pro- posed marriage to the .daughter of Reg inald. she refused him with the words: Less Risk said the brilliant attorney, as; ho swung around in his office chair nml faced the youth just outside the "'I will not take off my shoe to the j ratling, "you to study law, do son of a slave." I "in Anglo-Saxon marriage, "Xo, I can't "say that 1 do." replied brides lather delivered her shoe youth; "but I I'll have to." lile bridegroom, wBo touched her on -win- do von think you'll have toV" tac ad in Of h's auth'jqueried the legal light. .only." i BORN 212 Third avenue, Leth' jaird Mr.s. H. DnviVs. a ___ nine tLro.it j answered the youngster, "it's! like this: I wanted to be a burglar, 5-i-t! my folks wouldn't stand for it. They said by posing as a lawyer I'd'get .fast foui v.'irho.it talc'.ns a'uv new Block, are now .located in our premises -trie Hill corner Duffer rin an are prepared to supply trie public witli .all kinds'" of ;-meat' of tKe first -quality; Meat.tiat is Give' us a calf or .pnone .a trial order G. A. Phone -4J ;