Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, KEHKUAUY -I, 1911 THE LETHBRID.CE DAILY HEKALD PAGE SEVEN Would Furs at Cost Price Interest You? BKLlKYlXd iliat llu-iv aiv still ;i pooplc. in this city who would lurei-iiilc :rmil -in Fur Mull' or Mcuk I Meet1, wo'liuvo decided to oflVr the ol' oiii' stock al actual wliolcsidc Tliero arc days am) days ni' "tunl. snappv cold wi'iitlicr uliciul, and next year's price on Vuvs will not decrease, as Furs an; "goinu; up" ovi'vv season. If you arc1 ink-r- ested you just ask lo see tin: Fur Hal-gains. We will you von. will astound What do you Think of These Bargains? "i onlv sets liiiiUilitm Muk'lli1 ;unl Nciir l-'nr, Ii2 inch silok', Tor Hie ni-xl Itiivc iluys, ;it MIL- iiclual cost price, per set S5.50 li'Onlv I'evsiun 1'iecoil i.innb Mulls, iilso une small Slol'.' to match, :i spk-iuliil fur and will give ser- vice. MnlV 1> only IJre.y Wulf Stuliis, wide mi shoulder, sixl> inches long, rpRular selling prit-e These .should yo quickly ;il cos I price .C 1 lilael; Fur Muffs, 2 only, ihe Ijcsl tiiufl value' in (he store ill ?8. On sale three days only ;il Cj i Hudson Scnl Slolc and MufT lo nialcli, mull1 with plcalcd satin ends, Slolc 7 inches wide, (iO'inchcs long. only Blnck Wolverine Siolcs I'U'iiring al price, Ihe'low' 3 only AiiHlniliiin Sable Colhirs, wide on shoulders. Pride IgJQ Best qualily Orpnlmni Uivcr Mink or Mnrmot Muff, 3 only. O'wi'' Anil 1 exfra Mufl' for J-j QQ 2 Marmot Sfolcs, In inches long. Regular Final cost- price QK Black Uokaram Linnb Sel; MulT liarrcl shape; cosl SloleS iiichf.s wide. Sll inches long, cosTpricc. -CQ "7K Tjiis will give you a slight idea, of incixu when say Actual Cost Price. Tin; opportunity lo buy Furs as clir-up us any cliant in is yojirs. Its up to you. RYLANDS BUSY STORE TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS (JounL Max PASSX Lymar I.nu- (Ign.aii offfcct ot Uip general Etatf, Is In OiEawu, and cntcrlainei hy Hon. Col. Sam Huglirp, la tfio nine inonll'.s, ending Dcccni-' tier 31, Canada's trade sliowerl an in- crease of (.en per principally in oxports. io; Polish Your Furniture with 3-in-One oil Putafewtbopiol 3-in-One oil on ;ofl cloth wrung out in cold Tf wipe yew rnacH, PH cJisSr, aay catered or v uittitd fiKniliaf.' Alt plot, git F.rgtT tMtlt ditippwr. TKca Ji? mlitmg Vffih the giiin ol iKfl (net in Oritfnal Luifra Restored o o MILADI Edited -So- Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 "Manliness can liffurd to do vilriout tcndcrneci; nor rau tlio fccl- Le uiiii imp-mlty." "Kac-ti oiiy uf us bo'jml to uiake lio little into a lovrlir.ess bj Japanese um- ol crepe paper. ljora'.c setting, i with crepe centres and bo'jqueU .John Hay and wife are in" the city from Kcno'ra, having arriycil last nigbi. Mr. liny is a brother ol secretary of the Hoard of Trade, and will visit lierc for a couple o( weeks. For a informal artait, the social function given in the S. 0. K. hall. Tuesday evening Uy the Lelh- The serving of-light refreshments concluded the bright iur.ct'ion and tho will long be remembered by the two guests present as something different io tha way ol amusement. nuraher of the young people stayed for a little hop, thd music heir.g by Mr. J. W. Waddel! and Mr- Quilbault. Just previous to' the social parf of the evening, the Lclhbridgc Amatfyr Dramatic society met and elected the following olTiccis for-the ensuing j'ear: President Mr. Geo. W. Robinson. Vlce-Pnsiaenl: Mr. S. Young. Secretary Mr. II. Nicholson. Treasurer Mr. Fred Rose: Mrs. Frank Mrs. S. Miss Dorothy Young, Frank Wadding- Ion, Mr. Fred Downer, Colpman. Mr. Frank Clubs and Societies Oft'ing io thfi extreme cold, Flossie Fishers will uot meat Fcbzunry 7lh, but at some later date. The CompanioTiF oi the Forest have riccitlcd lo hold another Aiiulcur Operatic society. was and social in St. Mary's parish hall delightful ia ihe extreme. btfoie your ejtt, vriiJi no dfw- aHe no In off oo voui cbiki. No tcid or iiitagj vr'iifi a t'rJa'i'fa.Qtt c-fT in tfiLSer, mira (t isfi'ia J toll's axlioj. On t-Viday evemtij. Kebroary G. President ]J. M. Tory, tif the Univer- sity ol Alberta, 'ftill a most iu- cllvi lectnsc [lit; subject "An Idtal System of Kilnctttlon." Tlie 'iec- (uro be ii.illECUFfionrof education- al flvslema, nnrient and modern, es- pecially pointing out tho signflcaiico of vocational education. relation o' technical eduratton to llic general scheme will be shown, anil the growth of the jnoflcrn'syslerng of stnte educfiilon and their connection ivUh the democratic instilnlioii will be dealt with. Spoclal cmjiliDdii' will laid upon the importance; of a riio.lorn system of agricii'tina! RiluratJon, and Its plaro IH tlie ffcnernl schenio all! be iudical- with iiartfcular reference lo Al- Lerta conditions, fio vhlrh Is beini; in ail c to meet our own TobtninR as- an ngrkuiliirfl! Ily. Mfiynr Hnrdlo will occnjiy tlie clmlr, ulth him on llic ulll ho Mr. Marnocli, president of the Hoard of Trade; Mr. Higinlolimm, ohalniMn ol tho School Hoard; Commissioner Tracy, Superintendent Hamilton, Mr. Aifonl, nre.iMcnt Of tlio Trades and Lftbor Council, other roprosenla- llvc citUeng. A musical rirograi be'contributed by Mr. mid Mrs. I ay [on, Mls3 Freeman mid Miss M. FMioi-fc. The lecture be given In ttie Centra! school.; nt S.lu p.m. Tlic hall .pp. Friday, February inz at .6 o'cioc's. Like Boils. Worst on Face. Watery When Rubbed. Also Hands Cracked and Smarted. Cuticura Soap and Ointment Those interested are Temindcd of the farewell social id Miss Udjr, which will be held in Knos chmch on evening :under the auspices of tlie T.-U. llonorarr mem- bers and husbands of members kindly accent this as an invitation. ,.1 c V- v "31. Andrew's ClirislJan a soda! ftvcning oa Tuesday one Is ailing, we are Interested In t Ing them take the best medicine- Ifcere Is for their particular trouble. Wo recommend as don't helleve there are cuch thlr We don't want you to spend more than you have to. Some of you get small wages, and when you're E( none at all, and you should get the most you can for your money. recently carim across a new remedy- for increasing slrenglh find building up people v.'ho arc run-down and emaciated. We know that a slight .rouble sometimes grows Into a ious one, and-to slop H tn. the begin- ning, will save you money In the end. This new compound Is called Hesalj Olive Oil Emulsion. It Is the heal remedy, when you are run-down, tirei out, matter what the cause. It doesn't merely stimulate you and make you feel good for a few hours, but takes hold of the weakoesi and builds you up to a healthy, nor mal condition. It la a real nerve-food tonic and builder of good blood, strong muEcle. gocd digestion. It cpnUIn I !y pophoa wh Ich tone I h and iJiue Olive Oil. nourishes the nerves, (he blood an> tae entire system. Pleasant to take Contains DO alcohol or hftblt-formtn drugs. We promise that If you af not perfectly satisfied wUh it, back your money as soon as yo tell us. SoW only tho Reia Stores, and in this town only by u S1 00. J. D. Hlginbothnin fc Co., Lf Adv t'jld only remain long enough lor ie solo Mrs. (Rev.) A. C. Bryan, sob ac- mpanist ol the evening, delighted ith the singers and thoso listening Hh the excellent way in which she d her part. The choir is to be congratulated lor ecuring such a splendid program, everal persons there remarked that .was well worth a dollar a seat. The choir ar.d pastor oi tlie Fifth venue Baptist church, wish ta thank 11 those who in any way to their concert such a complete UCCMS.' CONDITION OF ONTARIO STATESMEN TODAY Toronto, Ont., Feb. James AViitney TS prosresslng' favorably. Ho rested well last night. Sir George Ross' condition Is only no-relapse IB "ex- pected. Cooghiug scatters it Coughing Uic itritation of tbe ilrwdy Szaietl tcuuuous membruea and is motcovcr apt to cirry diisaae to otlieiE. Matlueu's Syrup of Tar aad Cod Liver Oil piompUy coughing, and AOOfl, tbania to its tonic properties, eCecta a permanenl cure. The -wonderful popularity o! Sytup of d Cff3 Um- Oil II rp ddc to iu errit Tilu v i It, [Jrrcn. (or lisctity yenr? olilcf ngiiieor al ihe O.A.C'., (luclph Is Main St.; KyoProis, "1 was iK-'.firrcxl wKJi small pimples lo HUtoboili forfo'jrorflvo ytarsf. Tl-eyncre all over mo trifKorst on my face. Of course they gave mo a had Tii o pimples ncro botlifialn- fut ar.d licli; so I ecraiche-l (in qullo tho result and Ihoy to bo watery afirr L r.rbbrcl them lo a 6'jrc. My faco was very scarred durlDff lEm llaieU Kaieorf. "I was troubled wiili roro hanfls most ell ilalfr for IKO They Vrpt cracked till tiny wo'-ld lilccdir.s. and Uiry and F.O soro I cou'd l-oartogctihcmwct. "tJpofi seeing Cwilcura and Oinl- mrnt aiU'crllKd I thcro itouH no liarm in (rylRR them so i ilartcd nHh smalf umrlc. I purchased cako of Cudaira Soap alw A ol C'Jtlcura Olnlmtnt and Ivforc I had flnL-hod this 1 saw 1 lola belter so tho caVo of Culkiifft Soap and of Olnlratot Foa purciiaecd. Hat Utdo WAS uvd vhcn J Has cured." Mrs. Ifro. Mar 23. 1013. For Irc-atlfljr poorcomf.lcitor.1. red, rough hands, and dry. thin ar.d falling fcnir, Oml- cura Soap and Cuticura Olnlmcnt liavo been tho world's favorites lor moro than ft gen- eration. Sold Ith 32-p. book, lo rendered consisting of a Miss Hulme and Miss Hazcu, icl by Mr. .Miller and 3lr. (furr Ihe concert given undfr auspices and a.couple ui solos by .Mr. Wallet ot the Kiltli Haptisl cliurch Inrtlcy..- I choir last eymkg. It accordins CJamcs were llien in order, after Mo llic opinirm of Ihobe pvesenl a nhicri dainty viands ncre served, the highly high class prosrara, and llic ulitn a large L A sliort out number TVCTC j at p.tn. fine program This meelinfi, which is perlectl public and all interested ai cordially being held nil a view to forming a chapter of the Daughters oi the. Fmpirf in I.cth- bridgc. You arc asied to bear, tlif date and lio'jr ol (he meeting in mind, Fridav THE FfEAL REASON _.uee times in the past ttf U.IVR. Cardsfon local has been late arriving io Lelhbridge. "One day last week it was four hours late. The reason is "not fhal the storms have blocked the road. The compapr and ihe town of Cardston are scrapping over the rate for a water supply. As the company refused to pay what- the town astrs, the town refused to furn- ish 2 supply, although it is available right beside (he company's yards. The company therefore gets Us supply from the river four miles from the town, and the recent cold snap has frown thft source oi supply so of- !ca during tlie past that the [rain has hpfn running'on a schedule all its own. Which side will give in by for- perfectly splendid is Ihe v.ord that most nearly demotes the 'juality o! event coining to a close al elcien-fii- tfcn. Mis. Spciicc, ol organizing secretary of lh: n( the Empire (or Alberta, will visit l.cth- hriclgc this and on Friday nlter- nnnn al four o'clock will hold a meclii.g al the home of Mrs. J. 0. Wilson '.it ir.c H.X.Vf.M.P. barracks. Dr. Morse's Indian Root are made according to a formula In use nearly a century aeo among the Indiani, and learned from Ihem by Dr. Morse. Though repeated -at- tempts have been nude, by physi- clanflandchcrmsca, it has been found imnosubEe. to improve th: lorniuk or the Dr. MOIM'I IndUa Root throuth- out the frorld for Consltoa'.ioa and all Kidney and l.ivcf troubles. Tiey .act proraplly and effectively, and 1. HATB1EV CO tit. r.Q. tft mn fntr vAbl tf-n fi-ti. 91 HUk WorriM WTiw MILkSTOCh Ton W your Grocer does net keep It lend 5 centi in W. WINNIPIC, MAN, and receive full flM ttn. b? CANADIAN MILK CO, LTB.. TORONTO clitirch was parkfii. The refreshments soncd by Ihr indies duiing tlie inter- mission wrro Usty nn'l administered lo the liMig'nls ol Ilir. innrr mnn verjr acteplably. I.iUle Arthur Hoherts delighted hose r'fscul openins llie vilh a violin solo. The vocal solns hj Mr. A. E. Mc- iougan ar.d Mi. H. (I. Hilner ivcic cccivetl wllli enthusiastic, applause, as wore also riiost- given b> Messrs. K. Jarvis, J. Ktctt, and Pctts. The duels hy the Misses Stitl anil Hendric, and Mrs. Little and Mr. .larvis added very materiaHjr to the pleasure o( the evening, and the so- prano solo by Miss McVicar was al- so splendid. 'The readings giten were just as fine as the musical part of the pro grain. While Mr. A. J. Irving, hotti delighted and held the whole audl- rr.ce spellhound with his selections Miss fiimm simply convulsed them with roars ol laughter when lier read were, given. .that Me.. 1'ctts Blue Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER nibbon pnro [ooa products are the standard sf (jualits' and purity. IB PO "just as gool" >B tbe best. niue'Jilbhon (loffee. and Ponder are sold aa arc all other nine Hibbon fiooils, snnrantccil to Blvo porfecl salisfarlion.