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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta laJ, Myeniber 22; 1910. Bargains In Department CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 WE SELL FOR CASH Acadia Block Bargain? For rSeven Days More in the Every department marshals an incomparable- array of bargains for fourth aM final week of this Mid-Season Sale; B argains greater force than words or state- .merits; Jhat affect the purse of every -woman within the radius of this store's influence. Bargains-mentioned here are 'supported army of itiesi behind them and- ar e representatives of season- dab'le undernricfid offeri-ncrs Wfill mVli i-rrmnsQiKlA tn wonien know the abuse the word "Bargain" receives at the hands of iiiany stores. t We -use it advisedly and it carries wittitfe f s V; Bargains ?Hke these in the Ready-to-wear Section will reduce stocks to the lowest possible _ ion for the display of Christmas Goods soon to arrive These Bargain Wonderful no are 1 Values .are- without ,t ood Bargain Sale of Coats which look twice their price And they're actually worth nearly what we're and -values in- the; heweslstft- of the season. Materials mixtures s, -splendid and tailored very besif possible wavv ih Silks Fine chiffon taffeta moire silks and sktlTisSn.'.as-f.uH" range-- wor per yard Bargain sale price Fine Japonic', silks, very serviceable and guar- ..anteed not to cjit; reg-ular 60 and "6oc" values Bargain sale price Bargains in Dress Goods Fine pure wool cashmeres, ser- ges and Scotch plaids in a great ...variety, of qualities, worth'.'up to" 75cVv JPft Bargain sale pried OUC Finest Broadcl.o't-h and Vene- quality, fine finish goo'ds, guaranteed un- spottable, regular ?1.75. value Sale price Fine appliques, strappings, 'drop ornaments and in a great patterns and colons-; worth vip" to Bargain sale Handspme large., _and tucked effects', shown in colors navy, helio, Alice, old rose, tan, etc. Worth up to per yd. Bargain sale arise I 00 Bargains in Underwear x r winter vests In :medium and-heavy weight, white or nat- ural-colors, buttoned front, quali- ties worth the garment. Bargain sale price Ladies'. Combination Suits in lovely fine qualities, cream only, medium weight, extra'elastic, well shaped, -worth Bargain sale price Bargains of stirring interest in all kinds of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hosiery Ladies' fine .cashmere hose in plain or ribbed weaves, black only, spliced, heels and soles, sizes 8 1-2'. Jjo 10 ins.: and misses7 and children's .storings in fine ribbed weaves, extra good qualities shown in colors black, tan, cardinal, sky. cream and pink, sizes 4 to 7 1-2 ins., worth up to 45c. Bar- gain sale price................ v JllX -Heavy Turkish towels in extra -large size, very closely woven, easy to wash and splendid to wear, brown only, regr. 35c value. Bargain sale Splendid quality pure linen hucfc towels, heavy weight and ex- tra "good to "wear, liberal size; worth' ISc.' Bargain sale price........ I I Heavy weight striped flannel- ette in light -and medium colors-, extra strong and 32 ins. wide, a spiendid-money's worth at '35c per yard j. Bargain sale price............. I 1 "Heavy imported English flan- nelette in light and medim color- ed stripes, full 36 inches wide, a quality thai is good buying at ISc per yard. Bargain, sale price Bargains in JLinens Fine quality 'bleached or un- bleached table linen in widths varying from 56 to 68 inches; strong and durable, worth up to yard. WIM Bargain sale price .............OOC Extra fine quality pure white table damask, in full two-yard width, shown in various hand- some designs; regular SOc and values! Bargain sale price Greatest Bargains of the Entire Season in Ladies' Guaranteed Walking' Gloves V. A special purchase of a big quan- tity in a quality usually sold at per pair; in tan only, of splendid quality stitched.-'iinisb.- V-ed at clbnie: fastener, ev-- ery pair fully guaranteed, regular 40 value. Bargain sale price -51.00 Bargains in Corsets A new special lot just to hand worth ?1.50 if bought in the reg- ular way; all new correct mod- els and perfect in fit. sale 95c Nowesti Directoire styles in D. A. suited to the great- est .majority of steels not to regular price Bargain sale price Edited by Phone 1224 .SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Hostesses -tomorrow: H. ilewburn. Mrs. H. Morris. Mrs.. Sydney Jackson will receive tomorrow for the first time this sea- son and., not again until the fourth NVednesday in January. AicCuliagh'a many Letiibridge triends- are. .delighted to welcome-ier home alter a lour, gojoura iii the Kast. Mi-s. McCuJiogh has taken apartments Victoria, Mansions. ,-v: -i- '-ilrs. W., A.. Buchanan returned last nlghf i'rbni a pleasant fortnight's -visit iri; Edmonton. -5. _._ '.The musicale tea given at the home of ;Mrs, .1, on, Saturday afternoon for.SL Monica's one of. the last week; and although it-'., is rather ate -to- tell -you :about it now, I can drily crave your forbearance for I was out of. .the: city .and thig is my first opportunity the affair since .Mrs. Hamilton; 'her sister, Miss AdciJVattxL .Miss .jQawson received -the j the numbered fif- The drawing room aglow with Magenta aid the de- Ughtful .musical numbers pi' the af jternoon and early evening were con- ..Misses Simpson, Freeman, Mew- for afternoon tea bum, JBatt.and Mr. Cooper, Mr. Jones and At the tea hour Mrs... E. 'Murrell-Wright poured at tea .table .which, was adorned with lovely and. feathery; ferns. pint carnations .Misses Hardy, Keenan, Dawson and Simp- son assisted1 in the .-tea room. Over 7 were financial results of the musicaie-and so success- jul and delightful it is hoped that var- ious homes ;.will ..be opened for simi- lar 'al'i'airs during the winter months. Mrs. KitonV "At.. yesterday is fully "satisfying. So are its that- it' nipre: tea of -a better quality than any is its (jual- other yojli 'ity inds't it is also the most econ- omical tea TOIL --will find this out if y pa a'pqund, and give -it a trial. If you are not satisfied- Tour grocer at once re- i f undi'yoiif: Dr. de Van's Female Pills A French rtgalitbr; never These pills are exceedinfly powerful in refulatiag' the generative portion system." Refuse all cheap imitations. TBv St. Out. Missionary committee ata. eaclx "was responded to .who 'was well :pdsted on.. the_ suTjjecti A. vocal duet by the Misses Dicer aid.a mus leal number by jjiatchtord, Mr, Chandl.er. and lent adiditibnal ;en j byment to the evening. Neat Wei: the Temperance .the of it's president, Miss Murirow will have charger of the pro- gramme -which, will be" in the form of a debate and promises to ;be of more usual.; Interest.- CMr. ;Woodg. acted ae chairman at last" evenirig-'s session. The Ladies' .of the First, Baptist- church, will meet, ai.thft home A, E. Smith, 1217 row afternoon at one 'ip' make at'ternooii vras one f of the latest af- preparations for the "Rumage Sale rairs since the .opening otthe season, the guest list, containing over eighty names. The hostess received her vis- itors handsome heavily gown of palest green duchesse satin with over dress" of black tulle em-broidered "She was assist- ed in the. dra.wing room .by Mrs. J. B. "who- wore -a- modish; -costume of. heliotrope: crepe de satin graceful- ly veiled .rrith. chiffon the same .shade and adorned embroidery in violet1. Atones and. gold and pearl ion; picture hat was orn the' corsage bouquet, was mauve "mums." The' were scarlet, green .and white, ihe drawing-room being abloom with a mass of ferns and palms." Huge 'chrysanthunnms chief-'floral tne stately white. bloom being bestow-1 d in every available nook of the li- brary, and an artistic smilax twined basket filled witti crimson' "mums" entered the attractive tea table which they, will hold, very soon. Under the. energetic and able, 'direc- tion, of: Mrs. E. JNT. rep- resenting the-ladies'of.--St church, Mrs. St. Cyprian's parish.: and Mrs. NimmonsV'ol St. Mary's, the Missiona.ry ban1' Quet was' more than the most fastid- ious expectations. The tables were charmingly adorned" -with cut flowers. The visiting rectors and. ta: tole :being centered" wkh 'pink Japan- ese chrysanthemums and the long table down the centre of the hall was brightened with beautiful 'yellow and ferns. Pink and white carnations lent their beauty to -the other tables.' The choice, menu was served 'by a score of matrons and maids, members .Qf the three local parishes. t :j LETHBRtDGE'S EXHIBIT .A.T CHICAGO was covered with a rich cover of -oat-1 Chicago, Nor. has enburg, its beautjr was further enhan- ced with ropes of smilax hung from the .electrolier and being caught at each corner with a chrysanthemum. Mrs. R. C. Mcuiure wearing a smart satin gown prettily braided and small white plumed hat ushered the to tne tea room Mrs. Southard, in a clmrmms where dress of eolienne with touches of 'gold and large white hat covered -with oiacle plumes, presided at the tea epuip age and Mrs. Andrew Tilley, locking exceedingly well in Persian silk with pipings of bebe bine and chrysanthe- mums adorned mink toque, cut the ices The dei't assistant, Miss Hanna, wore! a frock of lavender satin I been, disorder and confusion-getting ready for the big opening which .took place yesterday. The big thing this week at the Live iStock Show is the Horse Show, next week being Cattle Show The horse show is conducted as a so- _iety e vent, and 50125 of the -eustuuiss j 2nd ATC. A Norith Tiie eshi'biticn has not long enough yet to size up the" crowds tout it will >be 'big Ola at- tendance yesterday. Syrup will SurprUeTToa Stops Even Whooping Cough; Quickly. A FamHy S at Small IS or creations worn by the ladies hold -of a cougi. instantly. marvellous, especially the hats. There is going oa here in -Chicago the Tribune Land Snow, the National Apple Show and the Chicago. Pqultry Show, as well as the Live Stock Show, where the Lethbrfdge exhibit is. exhl'Ditions, together with. All the and they all will .usually cure the most stubborn case 'in 24 hours. Thisjrecipe sixteen family You couldn't buy as much.: or as good ready-made cough, syrup for 'Mix two cups of granulated sngac- with" one cup of warm water, and stir 2 minutes. Put 2% ounces of Pinex (fifty worth) la a IS 02. bottle, and smart white hat. with white wings. I'j'ne sweet iiule door attendant was i wee Viva Elton, and. sbe honored the i event by wearing a dainty J'rock of bebe blue ,and hair ribbons ot" the same shade. -Mrs. E. B. Freeman and .Mr. Tracey i freeman left this arternoon lor tlj.eir home in Burlington, Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman sucl son. have neeu spending the past four months in Usthbridge and their departure is deeply regretted by a large circle of Triends in this city During the past week Mrs. Freeman has -been the rai- son de etre at a number of small at' fairs given in her honor. Mr. Freeman left .last night Jfor the East and will De joined, at Winnipeg by his wife and son, tQe latter will resume his duties in Fetcrooro, where'he Js -a: -member of the engineering staff of tW Cana- dian General ISJectric Company. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Device leave tnis evening to spend the holiday sea- son in Winnipeg. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Last evening the regular meeting of Wesley League took the form of a session: with reference to -Chinese Methodist missions. The sev- en questions had '.been prepared by the m the Live Stock Show. in connection with is an ad- vertising exhibition of which Leth- bridge is a part. There are no prem> lums offered lor anything in the ad- vertising section. The only thing Letttbridge has a good location be- tween the International Harvester Co. and the Elmore Automobile Co.. the Montgomery Ward Co. being across the aisle. am Ac steps cotijths, colds, heals ttiroat nitd. Junes. 25 cents. Croup is most prevalent during the dry cold weather of the early winter months. Parents of young children should be prepared for it. All ,hat is needed is a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Many mothers are never without it in their homes and it has never disappointed them. Sold by all druggists. perfectly and has a pleasant children like it. Braces up the appe- tite and is slightly; laxative-, which: helps end a conga. You probably know tite Medical value of pine in treating asthma, "bronchitis, and other-throat troubles, sore lungs, etc. There is nothing.bet- ter. Pinex is. the most valuable con- compound of Norway whiter pine rich m.guiaicol and all the natural healing: pine elements. Other preparations .vsill not .work'-la this formula. The prompt results from tWs inex- pensive remedy have made friends for it in thousands of homes in the "United' States ajid which ex- plains why the plan has been imi- tated often, but never successfully. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, goe% this recipe. Your druggist has Pinex or vfill get it for you. If not, send to The Pinex Co., Toronto, Ont. AKE THESE YOUK CLOTHES? Would TOLERATE this FILTPTY and practice in an "al! white"