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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY/FEBRUARY 15,1917 THE LETHBRfpg^E DAILY HEnAL?> PAGE SEVEN Un, OharlA^. si. > MorriB left yeiit�r-day to ejieud :'a fejir days In Calgary* A special raeetlni^ or th� O. I. A. %1U be held tonight at eight o'clock at the home of Mrs. Wallwprk, 426 6th Street. : :, , � �::�^� � p * �, ^ ? IntpojOtor. ind Mrs. Chaney entertained at bridge last night when the favors wJIb won by Juage Jackson and^Mrs.^, N. Kennedy. InvltatioAa for the A. O. P. dance on March Ist may be' obtained from Messrs. Arnold, Fleetwood and Hooker. � Mr. and Mrs'.'iE.sE. Chandler entertained at three tables of five hundred last night. The prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. Kress. MrsfiH. C; (Jee has returned to her' Mr. E. J. Hill .'has returned from a visit In Florida With relatlYes.  ; �;�. ' Mr. and-   . Vestei'dBy ivas "a buny day at the Red OroBi rooms. The sewing room was welt flllM with enthusiastic workers and fiiuch work was accomplished. Cutteriif tor the Various articles were busy alltfaiy llndUhe work of the pressing coinntittee was' up to Its usual high Standard of excellence. But of special importance' was the packing of four targe boxea ready for Immediate 8hii>- boys, red satin hearts also fllleci with candy. Games ^appropriate "for St. Valentine's .frhere thf boys had to driw a picttire of their partner on a heart. Dancing was also enjoyed. Th* guestB wefia Anastasla Kkelth, Avis and Dorothea Stacey, Anita Crawford.,, Doris Sinith, Maisle Bowman, Marjorie Sherlock, Loma Simpson, Mary. Ostlund, Mary and Muriel Higlnbotliam, Beth Fairfield, Lowell Cobbledlbk, Lloyd Dunham, Paddy Bowman,' Jimmle , Robinson, ment. The total of articles packed c^'-, George Young, John att^^ainte:>^n' ceeded that .of the ^wt^fd^pment, ^rioon,rPennis 900 arUcles, FourV,mqre;.:9iiiilt8', were} flhlshed and sent as a donauon to tlif Ogden Home. The demand for R^' Cross work,has never been so greafe and although there has been a rec^enjf increase in workers there are others: in the city who, should realize their i;^Bponslbillty. and devote some tlmev> to this great work. Go to the rooms ^ in the post ofllce block next Wednes day! The |f.ujli||�^� Are Coming I The .BulldoBa Are ComlngI YOU CAN DO BETTER-HenneseyaWilsdn DMY GOODS. MENbVtfEAR. NORTH LFTHBRIDCE. CARS TO THt oaaR- iMRTICULAR REFER : t� Deal With lis Because We Best Ouality Goods at Lowest Prlfees; End 20 lb. Sack of B. C. Sugar and 1 lb.'6f B. R. Tea. Our own apec- lal blend tea for.......$2.20 Norwegian Sardines, 2 tins 3Sc Critco, tin............... 40c Marmalade Oranges, 3 lb�. 25c Prun�% 2 iba..............2&c Mixed; pickles. Sweet and aour In glaaa tealera. Climax- Brand ........... 30c Mixed Candy, 2 Ibi. for .... 3Sc Mixed Peel, lb........... 29c Tomatoat, per tin ......... 20c Potatoea, per sack ...... $1.76 ,.\. Pairy Soap; 3 bars..'/^ ... Welcome ' Wash^, Powder, 25c per, 20c sack Licorice, 1e line*, ,7. for ... 5c .Regal Table Salt, pkg..... I0c Som Mor Bitcuits, alt varieties, 3 pkgt.r;'...'..,.35c Kellogg'a Corn: FiakM, 4 pkgs. for 35c Gold Soap'fend Sun Light, bar 5c Panahine, per tin......... 10c Old Dutch Cleahter, 3 tina 25c Liquid Ammonia, per bottle 1Sc Lilac Rosa Soap, par bar .. 10c WE DELIVER TO All^ PARTS OF THE CITY AND (CiG^RANTEE ALL GOODS. PHONE 1766 ; NORTH TRADING CO. SUPINA * SONS, PROPS. 230 THIRTEEfiTH ST. N. %|LAST TIMES fONIGHT J^ae L, Laaky. Presents Beautiful 1 Marie Doro in "tHE LASH" Latest .Qaumont Graphic and "Once Every Tail Minutes," Comedy ;',�J)ESTCI1^'S- TOY" " 'A'stirring phol^^lay in which a popr little human Hieing is'the plaything of fatev Miss Huff appears In boy's costume in many ^scenes of the play. Special ComOdies 'for "Children Sat. What the Press Agents Say AT THE EMPRESS Kitty Gordon, famous for her startling creations In gowns, makes a sensational hit In the feature "As In a Looking Glass" belhg shown at the Empress for the last time tonight. This is a wonderful production which deals, with society life;' and tells a great story of a woman who sets a trap for a man, and realizes too late that she loves him with an overpowering .passion. ^ ? ' Again;,MaJondd-and Curtis filled the popular little playhouse to almost capacity and; l^ilroad Bill, the play presented, waaVa si^Ccess'.' The horse wa.a sthere, the'�;criide^village blacksmith shop and;ihe"hors^e -was handled In the real old time style of the country smithy. The five-reel feature of the "Devil's Bondswoman" is a beautiful production and the management can be complimented as to his selection. AT STARLAND That in spite of the war the Pari; sian modistes are still as active aa ever In designing new creations, Is no better proven than In the Jesse h. Lasky production, of "The. :lLABh,"^whIch *I11 be .iein at gtarland-for-"tfie last times tonight, with the beautiful and brilliant Marie Doro In the stellar role. It is a Paramount production.' A number of the scenes of this grlifc ping society drama are laid In the Parisian ateliers, and In these scenes Miss Doro wears several gowns that have not been'put of Paris more than two months. . "The Bulldog* Are ComlngI ORPHEUM LAST APPEARANCE TONIGHT VAUDEVILLE SEE THAT FUNNY FELLOW RAIL ROAD BILL' With McDonald and CurtI* as backers of the "Bank of Comedy." Total capital paid up 1,-000,000 Laughs. Will distribute nightly 1,000. See Bill shoe the horse on the Orpheum Stage. The old Blacksmith Shop, The Helping Hand. One '.Good";Turn Oeaervea An-,|#Ci�'?�"�P"i;^the past, a I'^iiteautifdl 'future,'"and happinea* reitored. Something you will like-out of the Old Rut into the ^. .. ;T New|,: A(*o a (Red /^eather Production e Devil's Boiid-wonian'" Dorothy Davenport and Emory JohnsOn Admission 25c, - 10c With I  Shubert Flim^, Pair ................................ ODC LITTLE DARLING HOSE-I/il white, blacl;, ^an, red or sky. Sizes 4 to 7. Special per pair. 30c to ..................'... CLOTHS.-100 only. 72 in. by 90 in. ..O Pjft In conventional des'igns. Priced at Ci*ti\f PILLOW CASES-500 pairs, full bleached, hemmed. 20, 21 and 22 inches. Special per pair BROCADE QUILTS-50 only, Arial. Size 70 by 90 inches. Full bleach. Free from i ||ja dressing. Special price.............. l.dU DAINTY TERRY FACE TOWELS-100 pair. White with red border, 18x36 inch. OCI� Specially priced, per pair ........... OOC .LUIS WASTE TOWELS-500 pair, 19x38, girey with red border. Specially priced Cft/. Per.pair ... ____................. �/UC HUCK TOWELS. 1000 pair, pure linen, % bleached. Hemmed and washed, ready A(\^ for use. Specially priced, per pair ... 4UC FLAHiNELETTE BLANKETS-100 pair "Ibex" �White- with blue or pink border. Spec- � |�A ially priced at, pair..................^wv HANDSOME BLEACHED SATIN DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS-100, hemmed ready for use.2 yards by 2 yard. 1 7C Specially priced.................... ImlO BROWN TERRY TOWELING-2000 yards. 17 to 18 inches wide, with natural and | Ol_ red stripes. Priced only, yard....... Im'zC HALF BLEACHED TABLE L,INEN-300 yards 54 inches wide in dice loom patterns. OCg, Special pricing, yard ................ �iDQ GLASS TOWELING-300 yards, checked. 24 inches wide. Specially priced, Per yard .................... TURKISH TOWELS-500 pair. Natural colors, with red stripe. Size 18x40. Specially priced, per pair ...... 15c �al col- 25c Hemstitcliing and Picot Edge Work MISS Z. KEEFE will fill all orders for above work at the shortest notice. Silks cottons, linens and cotton goods daintily finished at moderate prices. MeiL^^ear Specials for Fri. & Sat;S4ftdO Men's Suits to Glear In Tweeds �M Worsteds In browns and greys, .yvith neat stripea and checks. "Must make room for new spring suits,.. Regularr$i5.([yi9. Sale............ %l 1.49 Regular $17.50. Sale........... 5l3.89 Regulai-!|20.00. Sale ..... :... .. $15.29 Regular $22.50. Sale.................$17.89 MEN'S GLOVES.......; �� Liiied and unlined. Made of hors6hide,"biickskih and | AA pigskin. Regtilar $1.50.. Secial ........l.UU- Candy Special MAY CHERRIES, PEACHES, COCOANUT, TRINIDAD FAIRY HEARTS, OLD STYLE MINTS, DRY COLD JELLY, JELLY BEANS, COLONIAL CARAMELS, EMPIRE MIXED, FRUIT JELLY, CHERRY BON BONS, DUTCH CREAM FILBERTS. .CRYSTAL 'ROCK, BUTTER CREAM WALNUTS. Speciaiiy Priced 25c lb. New Spring Coats for Children and Misses Including navy ^nd red reefers, black and white checks; also black and white stripe velvets ranging In sizes from 3j to ,10 years. Housefurnisliings ALL FEATHER PILLOWS- 25 pairs.. Good, quality Art tick covering.. Size  19x25. I 7 C Special, pair.......... l�i O TAPESTRY PORTIERES CURTAINS-In - colors of red and green. Reversible with fringed ends. Price per pair M JJA 3 yards long. 4�3v BEDROOM RAG RUGS-Wash-able. Neat chintz border finish. Size 27x54 inches in rose, green, tan  and blue colors. O CA Price-;................ ib*uU BOYS' BLOOMER PANTS To sell for less than costof material. All sizes In good quality tweeds and ^yorsteds. Special..................... Showing also for children and misses. New Covert coating, large 'collar styles, trimmed with handsome figured silks. Black and white checks, nigger .browns, 'navys. .White- blanket cloths ranging froj�j-8 to-,1.6 years. 95c GROCERY and FRUIT NEWS for FRIDAY and SAT. PHONE 313 . ' Pure Fruit Jvam Avitli apple. Special, per tin .... 45 C Heavy Pack Tomatoes. No. 3 tins. Two T5r".....................<. No. 2 tins, two for................. Canned Peas. No. 2 tins. Special Two for........................ Canned Corn. No. 2 tins. Two for........................ Golden West "Washing Powder. Special, per package ........... Spitzenburg Apples. Good cooking apples. 6 pounds for ..........'.. Salada Tea, Brown Label Per pound ...........'.......... Map of Italy Pure Olive Oil. Quart Tins. Special.......... 45c .. 35c 25c 35c 20c 25c 45c .00 Combination Special 1 24-K). Sack of Seal of Quality Flour and 1 11). of Our Best Coffee at .50. Eeg-. ular for ,$1.80, Week End Bpobial ; . � ........SXM By cominf to the store you can : save money by looking over our : bargains ar there are : several : : lines to : : choose : .� from; oniy at tills: price for ; the balance of the : :. week. :' :' : 1 10-lb. Sack Pure Sugar and 1 lb. H. B. No. 2 Tea. Ecgular .$,1.45.;,;^pef.-ial for ])otli ...____JOS California Pears and Peaches. No. 3 tins. Reg. i5o. Special, per tin . Heavy Pack Table and Cooking Apples. Per case ......... B. C. Cooking Onions. Special 7 lbs. for ..................... . Pearl Tapioca and Sago. Special 3 lbs. for....................... Fancy Oranges. \ Per dozen, 30c, 40c and .;, . Fancy Lemons. Per dozen ..:.......,.......... Large Marmalade Oranges. Only one case left. Special, per dozen L\fe Buoy, Sunlight, Ivory, P. & Q., White ; Naptha, Swift's White Soap. OC 5 for......... ..... ........UOC H.<& B. Special Blend Coffee. ^| aA 3 lbs. for'................... �pi*UU I-l,& 8. Special Blend Black Tea lbs. for...................... Seal of Quality Flour. Special per 98 lb. "Sack. ...I.......... 30c $2.25 25c 35c 50c 30c 50c lllCOI�POP<�TeD i67q ECONOMISTS FOR THE PEOPLE" hcrbcmt t. C. BURBIPCI llTORCS COMMISSIONK^ ;