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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta I'RIDAY, APRIL 28, lOlG PAGE SEVEN For General Groceries Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Phone 1113 or 416 McKILLOPS NEXT HERALD OFFICE ri'csli Frtill.s aiul A'cgotablcs CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES, per box .. TANGERINE ORANGES, a fow dozen a iloz. for............ FRESH TOMATOES, per lb.............. RHUBARB, a lbs. for ........... CAULIFLOWER. each ............... ASPARAGUS, 'i 11)8. for ............ GREEN ONIONS, :i buclies for ......... 20c Order 25c 25c 25c 25c 35c 10c GRAPEFRUIT, i'uch ................ Also larger bIzcb, 2 for ,. ORANGbo, per do/............... LETTUCE por lb.............. BANANAS, por doz.........25c & CELERY, 2 lbs. for ........... LEMONS, lorgd size por doz.............. CUCUMBERS, oacli ................ General Grocerieki JAM, Puro irull SlTOwberry and Ai)ple, �! lb. tins AKn each ................ TcDC L,o � i SETS O Cf _ ............ ODC 2 lb.1. Flower and Garden Seeds POTATOES per 100 lbs....... CHEESE, Pemi-nto per pkg.......... $1.25 10c CHEESE, new por lb.......... CHEESE, Tteal Old Ontario, por 'lb. .. LIMBUROER per lb.......... BRICK CHEESE p(;r lb.......... INGERSOLL per lb.......... lOc .. 25c 40c 35c 30c 25c 30c 25c 25c 25c 35c 40c 15c CROCKERY DS PIECE DINNER SET (�EE OUR WINDOWy Regular .i;2(K()() Saturday Price $15. We are Noted for Our Economy and Quality All the newest shapes iii Misses and Cliildren's hats '........----:{0c to .$3.()0 Curtain scrini.'s ,................25c-to 3()c .Dress ginghams and prints, all the late-;t shades, per yard................... loc Dress muslins, excollent values, 15(', ISc, 20c A large coiisignment of men's ladies' and eliildrcn's boots and shocks have just arrived. COME AND LOOK THEM OVER Special bargaiiiK in our Crockery Department Now is tiie tinu! to put seeds ie. (*aH and see our variety. We have in stoek. ^IcKou-zie's Steeple Briggs and Ferry's R. B. MORDEN PHONE 1224 Mrs. Henry Robb lias returned to her homo In Maclooil ntlor spending a fow day.s In the city with trlondH. *  * MIhh Collier of Medicine Hat 1h the guoHl of her undo and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Carberry. * * * Mrs. K. O. McKlllop and family of Vancouver arrived in tlio city yeBter-day and are the gue.sis of Mr. and Mrn. H. A. McKillon. �  � Uov. W. 0. and Mrs. Brown of Red Deer an: spending a few days with j the torni(3r'H sister, Mrs. Cbas. Mc-Clunaghan. � * * -Mr. S. .f. Shepherd Is lenvInK for Calgary today ar.d on bis return lie will be accompanied by his daughter, j Marjoric, who has been spending a couple of months with her ainit. Mrs. Palmer. * 1. � IJr. and .Mrs. Walter lliiwlin have returned from spending the Easter holidays with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jumes Margrave, Medicine Hat. They wore accompanied by Mr. Tom Murray and little daughter \ Alexandria, who will visit (hem for a j tew weeks. The W. S. of Westminster church held its annual meeting yesterday afternoon. After tlio regular business \ had been transacted, a missionary address was given by the pastor, llev. J. B. I'"'rancis. The following oflicers were tlieii elocled: I'resident, Mrs. J. Mcllvena; vice-president, Mrs. .1. B. Gray; corresponding secretary, Mrs. II. Bruce; recording secretary, Mrs. H. ifiurgman; treasurer, Mrs. J. B. Fran-Icia; superintendent of systematic giv-Mng, Mrs. Wm. Francis. The receipts; for the year amounted to a little over a hundred dollars. CLARKE-ORR The marriage of Miss Lola Maude Orr of Travers and Mr. Geo. Alex Clarke of Suffleld was quietly solemnized on Thursday at Wesley parsonage by Rev. G. H. Cobblediclc. The bridal couple were arcompanied by Mr. Elmer Orr, brother of the bride. Foi" Satiii'day we shall have on sale I'resh Rhubarb, Strawberries, Tomatoes. Eettiu^c and Celery, 526 13TH STREET NORTH, PHONE 13SC The Shops known for good value* and up-to-deite ttyles are tho places to aik about the D & A and the LA DIVA Cortet.. "Made-in-Cnnada" In one of the bot equipped cortut factories in the world, they offer all tho quality formerly found only In high grade imported corsets, but sell at little more than half the price. JOY-DCNNE The marriage took place in Vancouver on Easter Monday of W, O. Joy, manager of the local Merchants Bank, to Miss Rea Dunne, of that city. The groom is very well known amongst the business and social circles of the city, while the bride lived here for some time two years ago. Mr. and Mrs. ,roy arrived from the west this morning and will take up residence at View Court Apartments. - Medicine Hat Times. Miss Dunne has visited Lethbrldgo ' on several occasions as the guest of -Mrs. F. W. Downer. ALt,E.V-A.N'PEHSON BROWN-ANDERSON A very pretty double wedding was solemnized at Knox manse on Wednesday evening at 7.30 by Rev. A. H. ; Denoon. Miss Dorothy Anderson be- ' came tho wife of Pte. A. Allen, eldest son of Mrs. Francis Clark of Spokane; they were attended by Miss Lillian BurriU and Corp. Harry Forbes. Miss Margaret Howie Anderson became tho wife of Corporal A. R. Brown, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown; j this couple were attended by Miss | Hazel Maine and Sergt. R. R. Hender- l son. The brides are sisters, daughters i of Mrs, J. Scott, and the grooms are members of the llSth battalion. After the ceremony a reception was held In Harper's hall, over llfty guests being present. After the wedding supper had been served, the tables were removed and a dauce enjoyed until a late hour. DAVIS-PORTER A pretty wedding of considerable Interest took place on Wednesday, April 26th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Porter, 120,S 3rd Avenuo S., when their eldest daughter, Auue Ruth, was united in marriage to Mr. Samuel Scott Davis, eldest son of Mrs. A. M. Davis of Fnlr View Ranch, Coalhurst. Rev. A. H. Donoon was the offlclating clergyman. The bride, who was given away by her father, was charmingly attired in a gown of duchess satin with over-drape of silk ninon and a handsome conventional veil, with wroath of orange bloHsoms; she carried a shower bouquet of white rosea and lilies of the valley. Mendelssohn's wedding march was played by Mr. A. H. Ijyons. Tho bride's mother wad smartly gowned In grey silk marquisette while the mother of the bridegroom wore a gown of black satin and lace. Following tho ceremony a reception was hold, relatives and, intimate friei\ds being present. Tlie rooms were prettily decorated with Easter lilies and carnations. Numerous presents were received from the many frionds of tho bride and bridegroom, including a handsome out glass bowl from the members of tho Hudson's Bay Athlotic association. Mr. and Mrs. Davis will reside at Fair View ranch, Coalhurst. lb RECRUITING IS SLOW FOR THE NATIONAL GUARD St. Paul, Minn., April 27-Tlin north west n:ny he ready for war hut not the regular kind. That was indicated today by a comparison of activity of army and navy recruiting stations for the regular army with the increase in the national guard of north west stales. Since March 9, army rweruitluR offices have been opened at Mankato, .Minn.; Duluth, Minn.; Fargo, N, D,; Abordoon, S,D.; and Eau Clalro, Wis. Together they have failed to produce aOO rocrultfl. In this same time the national guards have liicroaaed In Blniidlng she I'vom 10,000 to 12,500. SATURDAY "BAY" STORE NEWS MANY HELPFUL SUGGESTIONS FOR SAVING DOLLARS AND CENTS ON YOUR PERSONAL AND HOUSEKEEPING EXPENSES Economies from Dry Goods Dept. ! Homefurnishing Department 30.INCH DRESS CREPES AND KIMONA CREPES, in floral. orl.Mitiil. conveiillonal ami w id" Htrlpi.-.i, in light and dark colorings O 1 _ Saturday special, per yard ........................... 1^2�- SEAL MADAPOLAMS, in 1:; yard lengtlis of v(>ry fine -i 'j r Egyptian cotton, lull ;;S In. wide, very spocinl, per j)lecu r ball .............................. MERCERIZED TATTING THREAD, te.xa silk in while, pink, sky, Copenhagen anil cardinal, sold always at 2 for 16c. (" Our price, per ball ..................................... DC CELLULOID TATTING SHUTTLES each ................................................. CROCHET, TATTING, NOVELTY AND FILLET BOOKS each .......................................... 10o and COTTON, CORDON, ANTIMACASAR &. NOVELTY BRAIDS in 12 yd. lengths, at....................... 25c, 35, and WHITE COTTON TURKISH TOWELS, IS x 3(i inches Special per pair ................................... 200 PIECES LADIES' FANCY NECKWEAR, special lines at 35c to 75c, SatuTLlny only, each .................... LADIES' SILK BOOT HOSE, in black or while, size Sli to 10 lOc 25c 50c 29c 25c .Vxiniiister Knf;s Bizes 27 x r.l inches, in oriental and floral designs, resular ()�o 1 A $3.75, .sjiHciiil each ................................. �J)0�1�/ Curtains, Nets and Scrim In a variety of paUorns to select from. and 4.5 inches wide OC^ spcciiil pel' yard ........................................ tiOC Booli Sj)ot Miislivi For kitchen and hath rooms, etc.,- 4e .served from (> o'clock to 7.'M). Price -..... I LADIES' READY-r()-\M:AR DEPAKTMENl' Attractive New York Silk Suits We have just received a, mosi lieautit'ul selection of the iHost up-to-date Xew York silk suits, showing- tlie very latest styles featured at the Avorld's leailinfr fashion (ent]-es. COMING IN THE NEW GATHERED EFFECTS, CASCADE SKIRT STYLES. WIDE FLARE WITH BELT TRIMMINGS, ALSO TIER COLLAR, YOKE AND PANEL EFFECTS, GIVES A CHARMING SELECTION. A FINE RANGE OF COLORS, INCLUDING GREY, MAUVE, BELGIAN BLUES, NAVYS, PLUM, RESEDA BLUES AND BLACKS, SIZES FROM 18 TO 42 INCHES, WORTH $40,00 AND $46.00. Saturday these Suits are marked at the special price of $28.95 Satin Underskirts Heautitul ranfie of colors and pretty styles, regular up to $4.50 special ................................................. Kgular up to $().50, special............. $1.98 Men's Wear Specially Priced MEN'S SHIRTS With collars to match, I'Yench cuffs, sizes M to ItiVt, regu- djl flA lar $1,50 for ......................................... �Pl.UU MEN'S SPRING SUITS In a very neat stripe, very smart and dressy styles, regular djQ Qp $15,00 value for .................................... �J>3.UD MEN'S SniRTS Coat styles, neat pinn stripe, stiff cuffs, all slz.es, rogulai- $1.00 and $1.25 for ..................................... VuC MEN'S TIES In four-in-hand styles, the very latest paiteriw, regular 50c for, each ............................................. LtOC Specials in Boots and Shoes Ladies Boots 20 Pairs only in blucher and button styles, patent kid and Kunmetal, all sizes, regular $5.50 for ................. Men's IleaA^y Black Prospectors Strong working shoe, M inch leg, sizes li to 8^^, regular $6,50 for........................................... Eadies' Shoes Oxfords and Pumps In black and tan. blucher and button styles, all sizes, regular $5.00 for............................................ Men's Tan Calf Button Boots Smart, drossy shoo, all sizes, regular $5,00 tor...........................................   �  $2.95 $4.50 $1.29 $2.99 Grocery Specials for Saturday CORN STARCH, special 2 packets ........... STARCH, White Gloss special, 1 lb. pkLs. ... JELLY POWDERS, special, 4 pkts....... CUSTARD POWDER, Monk & Glass, 1 lb. tins/ MACARONI, finest dom- I estic, 1 lb. pkts....... lUC COCOANUT, finest OQ*. shredded, spec, per lb. �iOC SALAD DRESSING POWDER, Pure Gold Brand 2 packets ............ CORN MEAL, si,>ecJaI (1, lb. sacks ........ FLOUR 10 lb. sacks ......... 15c 10c 29c .25c 25c 25c 39c OATMEAL, fine or me- An dluni, 10 lb. sacks .. flUC ROLLED OATS S lb. sacks 33c RICE, No. 1. Japan O C 3 lb, sacks ...........Cox. RICE, good, sound 9C/� 4 lbs, for ............ uDC SUGAR, Icing, Bar, or 1 A _ Lump, per lb....... IvC TABLE SYRUP, special J|- quart bottles ........ TcOC CHILI SAUCE, Royal OC^ brand, Vj pts, 20c, pta, oDQ SARDINES, wo are sUII selling our famouB Beaver brand at 3 tins for,. SARDINES, Brunswick brand, per tin ...... H. P. SAUCE, special per bottle.......... VINEGAR, browu or OA� white wine, qunrt tot. CMC 35c 5c 23c KIPPERED HERRINGS, o r Pilot brand, 3 tins ,. CoC SHRIMPS, finest Bara- 1 Q _ taria, special por tin ItrC TEA, H. B. Co.'s dellolous blends of fine Indian and Ceylon, No. 2 blend, the finest thai can be procured In bulk CA/. per lb................OUC TEA, H. B. Co.'s No. 4 blend, In % and 1 lb, packets Ar per lb............... ftJC TEA, H. B. Co,'8 Household blend, a flno family OC-tea, per lb.......... OuC COFFEE, H. B. Co.'s "Turkish", Just arrived CA� per lb................JUL COFFEE, H. B. Co.'s very finest Mocha oud Java CA_ per lb............. OUC COFFEE, H. B, Oo,'s family blend. OC por lb.............. OOK. G, Washington COFFEE por tin .......45c & COCOA, guaranteed absolutely pure, pt. sealers COCOA, Lowuey's, % lb. tins, 25c, 1 lb. tins .. "IDC PEARLINE, SOPADE or GOLD DUST, regular 25c 2 paoketa .......... FEL8 NAPTHA SOAP /�Q per largo carton .... DJIC WHITE NAPTHA SOAP An per large carton. .... t;"C IVORY SOAP t per bar ............. DC GOLD SOAP, the largest r bar proourable at..... DC ROYAL CROWN or G. ylj-^ W. POWDER, 2 OttTtons ftOC Extra Specials n. B. Co.'s Seal of Quality Flour 40 lb. sack . . $1.55 98 Jl). sack . . 2.{)5 Suj�ar GUARANTEED PURE CANE 20 II). sack $1.85 75c 33c 45c Eggo Baking Powder Given Away To every customer spending; $3.00 and upwards we will give a 111). tin tree, value 25c. This offer does not include tlie,se extra specials 25c RHUBARB 3 lbs. for ....... CUKES, GREEN ONIONS, CEL. ERY AND STRAWBERRIES SUNLIGHT SOAP and LIFEBUOY, 11 bars FAIRY SOAP fi bara for ........... SILVO POLISH, per tin........ lOo & LIQUID AMMONIA, 2 bottles ............ TOILET PAPER, special value, 6 for .......... PEAS, BEANS or CORN 3 cans ............... TOMATOES, heavy pack 'A cans ............... BACK BACON, Swift's Premium, per lb..... COOKED HAM, Swift's Premium, sliced, per lb, CORNED BEEF, Tray BenloB, sliced, per lb. PICNIC HAMS, special per lb............... CHEESE, finest OnUrlo special 2 lbs........ CHEESE, Canadian Stilton, very special per lb. INGEhSOLL CREAM CHEESE, per large pkt, MACLAREN'S.ROQUE- FORT CHEESE, par jar ORANGES per doz. 23o, 33c, 45c & LEMONS, large juicy per doz ............ LETTUCE per lb............... RIPE TOMATOES per lb............. APPLES, finest eating 4 lbs................. BANANAS per doz............ 50c 45c 25c 25c 25c 35c 40c 30c 40c 35c 15c 45c 27c 15c 35c 50c 30c 30c 20c 25c 30c HUDSON'S BAY CO. I ;