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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta rriflay, February 14,1013 THE LETHBRIDGEi c AIL Y HERALD Page 11 CENT COINS ARE WELL RECEIVED THOSE NOT FAVORABLE REALIZE THAT USE OF COPPERS WAS INEVITABLE 'Judging by the crowds and the expressions on the faces of morning shoppers at. the Hudson's Bay store this morning, the introduction ot the; tent as a medium of exchange' in' Lcthbridge is being favorably received. It would probably be amiss to say that it is being accepted unanimously, but the farseelng are bow-)�!; to the wishes of the majority and without any ilatnoc the smallest coin of the realm will he thoroughly established here in a few weeks. It will take that time to get acquainted with the new speoimens, but it seems ithat they are.here �p stay. The Herald interviewed a number cf merchants abdut the new coinage, "SALA The TEA of Surpassing Excellence. Last year its Sales Indraased over those of the previous year by almost.a Million and a Quarter Pounds. Appreciation Is the final test of merit. w Blaofc, Mixed and Oreen� MILADI EDITED BY "INO" PHONES Office 1224 Res. 1113 FEBRUARY 14-ST. VALENTINE'S DAY ; The othet^ saints are grave and stern; Saint Valentine Alone, of humor's saving grace, . Betrays a sign. and while some criticisnn was made about the introduction of the cent, it was well received in other places, still others bowing ,to the inevitable. The 'cent belt' has arrived without a doubt. The other saints wear halos bright; Saint Valentine Will place one on a mortal's head And make it shine. The other saints wear robes of white; Saint Valentine Will share with anyone his all, A smile divin*1. The other saints play golden harps; Saint Valentine Plays on the heartstrings of all men A music fine. -McLandburgh Wilson. if SIMPSON'S FEBRUARY WHITEWEAR SALE February 15th to 25th February We.cordially invite'the Ladies of Lethbridge to call and see the New Garments in Muslin Underwear for Spring-Nineteen Hundred and Thirteen. The Dainty Creations this Season are Particularly Inviting Come in and see the styles, even if you don't want to buy, you'll enjoy seeing the new things. LET US SHOW THEM TO YOU Misses' Princess Slips Each $1.00 Nicely trimmed with fine quality' embroidery, for ages 10, 12, .14 and � 1G years. �'� Ladies' Princess Slips The best values* we've ever shown at '�-. $1.35, $2.00 and $2.50 Sizes 32 to 40. Ladies' Knickers An exceptionally strong .assortment to look through. Priced at- $1.50, $1.00, 75c & 40c. Ladies' Corset Covers The materials are fine and the savings the best; in styleB you wj!l admire. Each $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 65c, 45c and 35c. Ladies' Night Gowns We are showing- gowns made . from the-new,Crinkle Cloth; stripe dimity and also the Nainsook material. Every line splendid value at, each 90c, $1.00, $1.35, $1.75 I; ';; and $2.00 � �ig Tallies in HigW Grade White Skirts ?3.00, $3,60 and $4.00 Underskirts mp,do from finest materials, elaborately-trimmed; any,-of these for ' .  $2.50/ GIRLS' DRAWERS; '�GOWNS AND v SKIRTS 50c, 75c. and? INFANTS SLIPS AND LITTLE. GIRLS' DRESSES 75c, $1.00, aiid $1.25 WE GIVE FREE TICKETS FOR EMPRESS THEATRE WJTH EACH PURCHASE OF WHITE WEAR SATURDAY, FEB. 15 $1.00 Ladies' Crepe Kimonas On sale Saturday at greatly reduced prices, both, long" and short Kimonas, made from fancy Japan-ese Crepe in Pretty Designs and all the best shades. .���Satlu.flay> $1.00> $1w�fya tables we^JS In'^Jay, Mrs. W; |JIF. ^MfeDotiald and,{Mr. Beafcley.winuing the trophies. '"��*>�* Mrs. Weeks entertained the Ladies' Cotta Society of the St. Paul's First Lutheran church at her home yester; daj^aftemoon. Some time was spent in jewing, after which routine busi-:ne'ss'was transacted. Dainty refreshments were served by- the hostesses; Mrs. Weks and Mrs. Nelson. The next meeting will he. held in two 'weeks at the home of the Misses Gun-*dorson,.Third .avenue.;-' ' Twenty-six members was the splendid-number in attendance at St. Cyprian's Parish Auxiliary meeting yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Waddingtbn contributed some pleasing ,piano selections, while the ladles accomplished some sewing. The feature of the afternoon was the fine I iVO Men's Cambric Shirts 96c A splendid range of Men's Coat Style Negligee Shirts, in smart and neat dcsignR. Soft Jefcftcn-able collar to match. Sizes 14% to n1/^. Regular $1.50. On Sale at each..... Ladies' white Skirts $1.98 Ladies' White Dress Skirts made in newest styles from Horrocks' famous English Repp arid fasten down front with detachable large . pearl buttons. A Splendid $3.50 value. On � \ QQ Sale for......................9.1 iSO Child's white Underskirts 68c These are made from soft and- durable full bleached English Cambric, trimmed with deep flbunce' of Swiss Embroidery. Sizes for 6 to 12 years. Excellent $1.25 values. On jfSQf� sale at ......................... PO*� Ladies' wash Dresses $2.68 In Ginghams, Prints and Muslinjs; many, dainty Frocks suitable for afternoon and party wear. Sizes 34 to 40, and worth up to $6-50; CO CO On Sale at, each ................,.. 3r�'O0 Read of these low quotations on Dependable Groceries ORANGE MEAT-Breakfast Food in |',-�Jgi,K^)K^{,-i ar -I M r A \;are�*p�rtfi; JiCerant frqm others bd�h' in-tKtlr omppsl tlon and their effect -ronr ete ^, ^Yacuat^rt'wlthpuj. p rglng or ^discomfbrtU'i 25o. a'bpxiat'your drueglsl'j : ;