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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta : . a -''.-V!. '. " � . ,FRlbAY,>EBRUARY 16, \917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAII.\ rnvr^At^D Mrf.CI. t^; Jamieson la spending a fjLw AayM with her mother, Mrs, Por-iir, In Mtii^ioine Hat. Senator aiid Mrs. OeVeber and Mrs. B.K/nyBii of Ottawa are spending a few dayii kt the Macdonald In Bdmon: ton en route home from Ottawa. >The memberB of the Eastern Star Ibdge iind their friends are holding a whist drive tonight in the Masonic rooms. ,,..� . Mrs. H, H. Nichols was the hostess last night of a very enjoyable �children's party when she entertained a liumber 6t young people for her son, Halph. Hearts and other Valentine favors decorated tho home, The early part of the evening was spent with conteiits, latier progressive games being played. "The hostess was assisted in serving refreshments by her daughter Brma and Miss Nan Denoon. The guests were Anastasia Skeith, Mary Ostlund, liorna Simpson, Christine Nelson, Viva Elton, Malsie Bowman, Margaret; Gllbbons, Dagmar Sandqulst, Lloyd Dunham, Ralph Johnston, John ^ Denoon, Alan Robertson, Cyril Well-' ingtoii, Charlie Sang and Robert Harvey. Mrs. H. H. Johnston, contralto gold medalist and'winner of the Stutchbury shield at the Provincial Musical Festival here la^ year, will give a recital on Monday evening next in Wesley hall, at w^lch she will render several numbers. Mra. Johnston has planned an attractive program, and will assisted by Mr. Saih Saclowski, violin- Ths Bulldeos Are Coming! ist, whose meritls -^rell known locally, and Mrs. W. J.' Nelson as accompanist. The recital pri)i|ilses to be an entertaining one. The young people of Wesley church are asiied to meet for a i-eheaTsal of tho play tonight at 7.46. The members of !,the I^etbbridge basketball., t^am and supporters are Tiolding an informal dance tonight in the S. O. E. hail after the games, in honor of the visiting Raymond teams. ' '.V � .. ; , The Girls' Auxiliary of St. Mary's church are giving a concert Monday night in the parish hall. The program will consist of two sketches, songs and recitations. Part of the pS-oceeds will be given to the Sailors' Relief Fund.    , The monthly meeting of the Wo-1 men's Missionary. Society of Knox church was held .'Tuesday evening in the school: room..'The, program was in the )ianda Of ^Mrs. S. S. � tiiinham and Mtss McCIure. Miss Gdmn read a paper on Mission Schools of Formosa, and a paper lOn "Japanese Women" was read byj.;jters.iDunham, who also gave the report read at the Women's Council.   � Mr. W. P. Spalding, recently one of the city's energetic and prosperous j business inen, has accepted a position I as manager with the J. O. Robertson [ book and stationery company, of Leth-I bridge. Conscientious and courteous I in his business relations, and having a large circle of fiends, socially, Mr. Spalding will be missed in Medicine Hat. Mrs. � Spalding arid Miss Katy will remain for a short time in the city.-Medicine Hat News. KERR'S CUSTOMERS ARE NEVER DISAPPOINTED IN THE QUALITY TRUE ECONOMY \H BUYING GROCERIES l� IN GETTING HIGH GRADE GOODS AT; THE FOLLQWINQ PRICES. OUR CONSTANT AIM IS TO MAKE THIS GROCERY A B;E;|!irBB ,ONE. ;WF-ARE STRONG FOA peR^EC-riON^ 1^4 Alfu bETAILS^ilAtlTY/ipRlfc^ AND J �ER0CE. WE SjbtlClt AN O^PPOR- j TUNITY TO PLEASE YOU. Oraiig^es, Special, 2 dozen tor .>.. 45C Jam-4 lb. pails, Climax Br^iid; A^ssorted fluxovH^ Oil sale this week. v.... 50c Celery, Fancy Florida, lb..;; 16c Rip* Tomatoes, per lb. .. v 35c Dltter Marmalade Oranges, per doxan..........;.-....... 50c Grape Fruit, large size, each iSc i&rape Fciiit large size, ea. 12/2^ Lemons, per' dotert': ..... 30c Oranges, SUrikist, dozen'25c, ... 3l!c, 40e and ........... 46e ^flKubarb, jierilb. .......... 20c ' Sari||na% - paradox. ....... 50c battikav Hot. houae .35c H^ad .U^tiliea and 'Cauliflower : id raaoh'^MS^SaturdAy.l'..':', Spaniiih Ohioha, 3 lba;\?for'.; 25c T6mntbaai"No;*3 tins, i^Each'. 28e Tomatoai, ZJ/g tln*> 2 lor U 45(p Paaohea, Peara and Apncotl',^ 'No. 1 tin*,.Cafifornla irrult, 20e ;charrildpO>: Creamsry Butter.. Cards^on. and ' ?:.Cry�tf|l Dalryf �per^Bj.;^; ^iSOey |�eanut jSutter, per Ibi-.... 29-.:.. 25e Choeas, Llmburger, per^^lb,.. 45c Cheeae.: V.Mp1-�i^^"'" Rp'quipfort, .�Jiara^v^'-*^-;'...../:-V^V'3Be Cheese,.[ngersoll Cream ... 16c Cheeii.e, Brick ...----;... 45c China:Ginger, pet* jar 3So Tuna Fiah, .per tin 35c Codfish' balls, per Un ...... 40e Tea. Kerr's Special ...... 40e Tea. Deek'ajulla ........... 60c coffee. .George Washington, made in the cup. Each 4Sc, , 75c^nd ..1..........!.., $1,10 �Coffee. Our Special, 3 Iba'.'fi'iiish 'ground............... $1.00 Coffee. Mocha and Java blend. .Per lb. ................. 50c Figa, in package, two for.. 25c Bottled Fruits. Goodwillie's Raspberries, Yellow Peaches and Rod Cherries, 2 Jars 66c Pineapple. vFinest Hawaiian, Libby's or. Gold Bar. No. 2 tins, each iOjB and,^., 25c . .Prunes/ .Griffin's Santa Clara prunes, 6 lb. tins, net twelght, each .,.:f:^,..iJ..^y- 75c Soap, Fela Naptha, per Mrt; 70c Soap. P.'^A jG.,, Whiie Naptha, carton \,. ,i.  45c Mao's No-Rubt per cake, ... Sc Nail Bruahea, ea^h; ,... Sc Scrub Brualhea,'each 25p Shoe Bruahei, e^h ....... 25e Clothea Lines, each .. ... 20c Sapolla, two I'eakes/fort.. *. '250 Pearliine or Sopade, laiftge pkg., each .....22c Toilet Soap, ^ cakes for .. 25c Starch, Silver Gloss,: 2 for.. 2Bc Sanlfluiili, per tin .. 25c Liquid Veneer, 25c, EOc and $1 O'Cedar Mop)i, each ...... 75c Waahboarda, brass........ 55c Family Grocers and Provision MerchajHts PHONEB 146i and 18W - SISfiflf-H-OT^^^ PROUD-MITCHELL jf| At the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McKean, Doddsvllle Farm, the marriage took piftce on Wednesday, Fob. 14th, of their nieca. Miss Lillian >Iltchell, and Mr. Daniel Proud of En-fllptn. Rev. A. C. Bryan of Tabor, former pastor of St. Andrew's church. North Lethbrldge, offlciating. The brido,: who was given away by hei* undo, Mr.:'J. W. McKean, wore n gown of pale blue sntin draped with silk voile. Miss Dorothy Andrews, wear-luK (lark blue silk, aa bridos-mnid and Mi;. Richard Willlama of Ensign was the best man. Mrs. A. C. Brynn of Taber played the wedding march. Mr. and Mrs. Proud are leav-luK shortly tor'Calgary to'" make A brie? visit before going to their new homo at Ensign. The groom's gift to thO bride was a gold bracelet, to the bTlileiimaid he gave a Rold brooc1i,,^nd to thj! c-roomn-mnn pold cuff Jinks'. The bride's gittj to t!ie groom was a gold and pearl scarf pin. Other nresonts received were: U.-ic)o to brido, driving mare; aunt to bride, linen and china; Rev. A. C. and Mrs. Bryan of Taher. Hmo-gea fruK; bowl; Mr.i. A. B. Humphries, china; Mr. T. R. Faickney, Edmonton, cnt glass bowl; Mrs. Ed. McKenzie, silver mounted sugar hetiin arid rnok book; Master Gordon McKenzie, china tooth pick holder; Mrs. W. Kellet of Hardieville, bed spread; Mrs. H. C. Godfrey, Japanese tea not; Mrs. T. Chambers, silver cake basket; Misa Dorothy Andrews, silver mounted marmalaie jar; Mrs. James Ferguson of Brant, case of knives and forks; Mr. Richard Williams, mounted time piece; Mrs. A. Laurie, salt and pepper set; Mrs. D. Smith, door mat; grandparents, linen; Mrs. H. Ingram, doilies;. Sorosis Ladies' Aid .Society, silver mounted carving set. � � � . "The regular monthly meeting of the Alexander Gait chapter, I. O. D. B., was held in the Y. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon with an attendance of about fifty members, Mrs. J. N. Ritchie, 2nd vice-regent in the chair. It was decided to hold the annual meeting next Thursday afternoon, Feb. 22nd. At this meeting reports of the officers and committees will be read and the election of officers will be held., The chapter has decided to instal an I. O. D. E. patriotic library in St. Basil's school, acting on the advice of Inspector Morgan, from whom a letter was read stating that there were more foreign born or foreign children attending this school than any other school in the city. Several letters of thanks for socks were read from men at' the front and the following letter from the patients at the Prink Sanatorium was read: "We the undersigned patients of the Frank Sanatorium desire to express our thanks to the ladies of your chapter for the generous gift of a Powers moving picture machine. We feel deeply grateful ,,to you for your thoughtfulness and interest on our behalf and we would be glad if you wpuld.extend to the citizens of Leth-brldge w)io so kindly contributed-our very sincere thanks." Signed by the B4 men at the sanatorium. A letter from'' the officer In charge of the Bafltt-torlum, Liert. L. A. Walsh, echded I the sentiments of the men, and he aald that the ^rst "movie" porformartde had beeihJ^lven and It had been voted a greatisuccess. Mrs. R. E. SheMock, convenor of the waste paper committee, reported that enough paber had been collected ] to fill a car, ten tons, and as soon aa a good price was secured it would be shipped. The schol boys who have helped with the collections were especially mentioned for the great help they have given. It was decided, following a resolution moved by Mrs. Stafford and secondpd by Mrs. J. G. Robertson, that a donation of $25 be given to the: Y. M. C. A. as a return for the chapter having the privilege of holding their meetings in this institution rent free. Prom the treasurer's report it 'wa.8 i learned that the net proceeds from the' entertainment, "A Mid-Winter Night's j Frolic," held last month, amounted to PAGE NINE ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? > ? ? ? ? � *� > 42> > Boys' Shoos in bluclier and button styles. A ' wide fitting shoe with a square box toe. A splendid shoe for school wear. Sizes 2'/a to 5%. Special $3.49 LOT No. 10 Men's Vici Slippers with patent edging in opera style. A good fitting and comfortable slipper. Sizes 6 to 11. Special $1.59 LOT No. 11 Ladies' Gunmetai l.!ut-ton Shoos with Cuban heel and a Vici Kit! Blucher with low heels and wide ankle top in E E ..fitting. A nice dres.ti boot, it has a patent tip. ' $3.99 LOT No. 12 Men's Cox Kip Bluchei' Boots. A wide fitting shoe witli m-eii'mm heavy sole. This makes a good serviceable boot for light work or semi-dress wear. Special $2.89 LOT No. 13 Mi.s.sns' Tan Colonial Pumps with neat gilt buckles. Ail sizes from 11 to 2. Special $1.69 LOT No. 14 Children's Shoes. Sizes 2 to r>, without heels in-eluding the following styles. Vici Bfltton, Patent Strap Slipper, Dongola Blucher, Dongola Button. Special 99c LOT No. 15 Children's Tan Calf Shoes in blucher and button styles. Sizes 8 to 10%. A very dressy shoo tor street or school wear. Special $2.59 LOT No. 10 Men's plain too Work Boots , with pegged soles. A good wearing boot tor mine or farm weai'. Special $2.89 LOT No. 17 Children's Patent : : Leather with black kid top shoes in lilucher and button styles. A wide fitting and very dressy shoe tor best wear. Si-/.es S to 10 Vi. Special $2.99 LOT No. 18 We handle the famous Pox's Improved Puttees. Selling at $2.50 Look for the Green Display Tickets on New Merchandise thrqughi out Dry Goods Dept. The^e tickets announce Special Pricings on New Spring Goods HEAVY FLANNELETTE-3,000 yards, 27 In. Full bleached. Specially priced. 1 9X� Yard.............................. l^fC HEAVY FLANNELETTE-3,000 yards, 36 in. .Full bleached. Specially priced. 9A/� Yard.............................. AvC STRIPED FLANNELETTE-2,000 yards, 32 Inches wide. Heavy quality. Special pricing, yard ........................ HEAVY STRIPED FLANNELETTE-3,000 yards. Best English make in light and flki-lv colors. Fulli 36 inches wide. Special. 20c 30c ^{lepimed. 20, 21 and 22 inches. Special OC_ �ds,! "'.per! pair ...........................  O JC-  SILK BOOT HOSE-500 pairs in black or white. SVs to 10. Special pricing OA-Pair............ ................... JUC BLACK CASHMERE SEAMLESS HOSE-100 pair,-ladies. 8% to 10. Specially priced, QC- Pair...............................^ JuC LITTLE DARLING HOSE-In white, black, tan, red or sky. Sizes 4 to 7. Special CA - per pair. 30c to ..................... UU.C CLOTHS.-100 only. 72 in. by 90 in. ' In 'conventional designs. Priced at .PILLOW CASES-:-500 pairs, full-bleached, HANDSOME BLEACHED SATIN DAMASK. TABLE CLOTHS-100, hemmed, ready for use.2 yards by 2 yard. Specially priced...... 1.75 2.50 price, yard j.. FINE AMERICAN CEYLON-1,000 yards.,. .2S;. .per.pair inched wide.! Beautiful patterns. 1 .Q.^ .. B.RO.CADE QUILTS-50 only, Arial. Size 70 :-Special pticlvg, yard................ .i.Cj.C.. .by. AO. .Inches. Pull bleach. Free from -i rA ' FINE 'b^NADIAN PRINTS-5,000 yards, in '^''f^sin^g. Special price^^ .  light and medium grounds. Dainty designfl-to-  DAIN.TY.TERRY , FACE TOWELS-100 pair. stripes, spo.ts and floral effects. 301n. T^-l--   -White .witU red border. 18x36 inch. �f-^.. wide. Specially priced, yard .. I.Z.'S'i?...SoEciallv priced, per pair ........... OOK. ALL SILK BLACK TAFFETA- solutely the last chance. Full BROWN TERRY TOWELING-2000 yards. 17 to 18 inches wide, with natural and 4 O 1 red stripes. Priced only, yard....... 1a zC HALF BLEACHED TABLE LINEN-300 yards 54 inches wide in dice loom patterns. Special pricing, yard ., \.........-. .GLASS TOWELING-:3bo, yards, checked. 24 inches wide. Specially.priced, .Per yard................................... TURKISH TOWELS-500 pair. Natural colors,  with red stripe. Size -18x40.-   Specially priced, per pair ____.... 25c ted. 24 15c �al col- 25c 36 in. Chiffon make. Priced to clear, yard.. DIMITY BED QUILTS-75. Made, from Island cotton,' 72x00 Inches. Priced at ................. 80 inches by 100 inches. Same quality ............... L19 _.. .Sliecially priced, per pair Von vflrri� Ah '-'NP WASTE TOWELS-500 pair. 19x38, grey qrJ -'.-.ii".-.w-itb red.-border. Specially priced . eA-.-Per. pair ............................ �lvC HUCK TOWELS. 1000 pair, pure line^, % bleached. Hemmed and washed, ready A^fk-for use; Specially priced, per pair ... 4UC FLANNELETTE BLANKETS-100 pair "Ibex" \Vhite with blue or pink border. Spec- ^ I sea 2. 2.75 lally priced at, pair 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. Men's Wear Specials for Sat. 100 Men's Suits to Clear In Tweeds and Worsteds In browns and greys, with neat strlpea and checks. Must make room for new spring suits. Kegiilar $15.00. Sale............ $11.49 Sale ......v. $13.89 Sale..............$15.29 Sale .- .; ......$17.89 Regular $17.50. Regular $20.00. Regular $22.50. MEN'S GLOVES , Lined and unlined. Made of horsehide, buckskin and "i a a pigskin. Regular $1.60. Secial.............. ............ l.wU Men's Fine Black Cashmere Hose. All sizes. Special, per pair....................35c Boys' Tweed and Velvet Hats. Regular $1.25. Saturday special ................... 79C Candy Special MAY CHERRIES, PEACHES, COCOANUT, TRINIDAD FAIRY HEART-S, OLD STYLE MINTS, DRY COLD JELLY, JELLY BEANS, COLONIAL . CARAMELS, EMPIRE MIXED, FRUIT JELLY, CHERRY BON BONS, DUTCH CREAM .. FILBERTS. CRYSTAL ROCK, BUTTER CR?AM WALNUTS. Specially Priced : 25clb.; Housef urnisbirigs; ALL FEATHER ;PniL0WS-4 25 pairs. Good qutJUty Art tick covering. Size 19x25. 1 71! Special, pair----...... laid TAPESTRY POf^TIERES CURTAINS-In colors of red and green. Reversible \yith fringed ends. Price per pair A CA 3 yards long.. ..,. i .^Dv! BEDROOM RAG RUGS-Washable. Neat chintz border finish. Size 27x54. inches in rose, green, ' tan and blue colors. - ��% gA .Price ....'."..'.......'..'. L�OV BOYS'BLOOMER PANTS To sell for less than cost of material. All sizes in good quality tweeds and worsteds. Special . i.................. 95c New Spring Coats for Children and Misses Including navy and red reefers, black and white checks; also black and white stripe velvets ranging In sizes from 3 to 10 years. 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 from 8 to 16 years. GROCERY and FRUIT NEWS for SATURDAY PHONE 313 Pure Fruit Jam with apple. Special, .per tin......�45c Heavy Rack. Tomatoes. No. 3 tins. ACf, Two for.................... *rOC No. 2 tins, two for.................... 35c Canned Peas. No. 2 tins. Special ntf, Two for ............. �iO\, Canned Corn. No. 2 tins. UKf Two for .............-----....... OOC Golden West Washing Powder. 9.A�� Special, per package ........ CVC Spitzenburg Apples. Good cooking OC_ apples. 6 pounds for ............ �iDC Salada Tea, Brown Label AZn Per pound ........... ........ HtilC Map of Italy Pure Olive Oil. *1 A A Quart Tins. Special----...... �Pl.V\J\, Combination Special 1 24-lb. Sack of Seal of Quality .Flour and 1 lb. of Our Best Coifee at .50. Regular for $1.80. Week End Spooial...........$1,6(1 By comin� to;the store you can : save money by looking � ovefr our : bargains ac there are : several : lines to.: choose , : : from; only at this : : price for : the balance of the : : week. : : : 1 10-lb. Sack Pure Cane Sugar and 1 Jb. H. B. No. 2 Tea. Ke,f?ular $1.45. Spec-lal for both . ..... . $1,35 California Pears and Peaches, No. 3 Oft- tins. Reg. 35c. Special, per. tin .., OvJL Heavy Pack'Table and Cookirig i^O nj* iBkpplcs. Per case .......... ^CtCiO B. C. Cooking Onions. Special >' nC_ 7 lbs. for ..................... ^�>C Pearl Tapioca and Sago. Special OC^ 3 lbs. for...............uO.C Fancy Oranges. CAj� Per dozen, 30c, 40c and......... uUC Fancy Lemons. Per dozen............^........ Large Marmalade Oranges. Only one CA^ case left. Special, per dozen ... UUC Life Buoy, Sunlight, Ivory, P. & G., White Naptha, Swift's White Soap. 25c H. & B. Special Blend Coffee. AA 3 lbs. for .'.................. 9l�VV H- & B. Special Blend Black Tea a a 3 lbs. for .................... ipl.UU Seal of Quality Flour. Special per * J Of* SB lb. Sack................... ^*t�Oa 30c ompai ^'ilWCeitl^lBATgO -.jiB^o "EWNJaWISTg WtR.THE PEpPLB" WEWfCaT K. BUWIOM SroWtt COMHUaiOW^ Ifl, ;