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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Friday, February 1'iige Watch for Our Ad, Every Thursday. Look! We pay Sash for Butter and Eygs. A Few Prices for the Week Oranges, perfdoz. 30c 35c 40c Apples, 4 ibs for ..A----25c Orange Meat, 2 pkgs for 35c Puffed Rice, 2 for........25c Quaker Oafs, large size, 2 pkgs for ..............65c Buckwheat Flour, 10 Ib. sack for..................55c Pancake Flour, per pkg. .25c Ground Rice, 4 Ib. sack Tor 25c Boiling Peas, per Ib. .....6c Evap. Apricots, 2 Ibs .....35 Evap. Peaches, 4 Ibs. for 45c Evap. Peaches, per case of 25 Cooking Figs, per Ib. ...10c Prunes, per case of 25 Ibs. Prunes, 11 Ibs. Pineapple, 3 large cans for 50c Salmon, Summit Brand, 5 cans for..............60c This is an excellent salmon at the price. Salmon, Carnation Brand, 2 for...................25c Clams, per tin ..........15c Lobsters, per tin ........25c Sardines, Brunswick Brand 3 for ..................25c Shrimps, dry, 2 tins for ..25c Potted meats, small, tin ..10c Catsup, Red Cross, 2 cans 25c. Catsup Blue Label, per bot- tle ...................35c Catsup, Libby's, per bot. ,25c Catsup, Smith's per bot...25c Cheese, per Ib........... ,20c 5 Ibs. for..............90c Jelly Powders, Tuxedo, per doz...............___95c Jelly Powders, Tuxedo, 3 for ...................25c .Royal Crown Soap, 25 bars for Royal Crown Soap, per cas.e Golden West Soap, 25 bars Golden West Soap, per case Oval Oatmeal Toilet Soap, per cake...................5c Hard Water Toilet Soap, per cake..............----5c Perfect Gem Toilet Soap, 6 for ...................25c Castile Soap, G bars ....25c Castile Soap, Finest French, 2 2 Ib. bars for .........55c Gold Dust, 2 pKgs. for ...55c Golden West Washing Powder per package ..........25c Old Dutch Cleanser, tin .10c Tetley's tea, 3 Ibs. for Rockwana Tea, India and Cey- lon per Ib........... ...35c Quaker Brand Tea, India and Ceylon, per Ib.........40c Red Tea, pev Ib.....40c A full assortment ..of Blue Riblnn and Lock Brand tea. Coffin, sreen 2 Ibs. for 3Cc Discussed at the Agricul tural Judging; WEEDS AND POULTRY A Revelation in special blend, per Ib. 35c 5 Ibs. for Chaso S.-inliorn's, Seal Brand, per Ib.......40c Butter, per Ib............35c Butter, dairy, per Ib.....30c Eggs, fresh, 2 dozen for ..85c Eggs, cold storage', 1 doz. 30c Coffee, our special, packed by Chase Sanborn, fresh ground as ordered or in the beans, per Ib......... .40c Or 3 Ibs. We guarantee this coffee to be of excellent flavor and strength. At the agricultural classes yester- day afternoon W. C. McKillican, ot the seed gi-aln department, Calgary, gave an interesting talk on farm weeds showing the method of eradi- cating the more prevalent species. A. W. Foley followed this lecture with a talk on poultry, dwelling particular- ly" on strain building. E. J, Cook also gave a short talk on preparing fow! for exhibition. In the evening Mr. Foley spoke to the class on poultry keeping In gen eral. This lecture was illustrated throughout with lantern slides. At tbls morning's session stock judging was resumed judging for beef j being the object. I ward 'method of cutting off the head, u a delicious and fragrant blend of the finest Ceylon Tea. Get a package from your grocer and enjoy ita excellent qualttea. Black, Kiied tad Natural Greeu, 40c, 50e, and jar Ib. j fore the c JMr. Gardh (J) i Followii We prepay freight on all orders of and upwards to points within 50 miles of Lethbridge. Write for prices on case lots or on goods not in this ad. 1 I saving time and keeping the clean from blood. birds I Robinson fjf Morden 1 I Box 2005 Phone 1356 U> (Continued From Front Page) to attend the meeting and Lei FERNIE PEOPLE FOR LETHBRIDGE J. S. Gusty of P. Burns Co., Removing to This (Special to the Herald) Fcrnie, B. Feb. J. S. Gus- ty, for over five years manager of P. Burns Co. here, leaves tomorrow morning by the local with- -his family, for Lethbridge, where he continues in the district management of the exten- sive business "of 'the great meat firm. Mr. Gusty leaves many friends, and a clean record behind 'him and will be missed in Fernie. He has always taken great interest in good clean sport and was one of our best all- round amateurs. Mrs. Gusty has been president of I the Ladies Aid oi -the Methodist I 'Church, and leaves a vacancy that will be felt by that energetic Society. Her associates in that society sur- prised her a day or ago by mak- ing net a present of a handsome sil- ver caserole dish, as a slight token of the esteem in which she is held by her associates in maintaining the work of the society. A special tea was given at the home of Mrs. H..A. -Wilkes, on Monday, at which time the ladies of the Aid met 'to say farewell to their departing, president. 27 BLACK STOVE KNIGHTPOUSH "Black Knight" Stove P6lish the shine that lasts. Just a email daub over a big surface. Just a few light with cloth or brush brings a shine you can see your face the shine lasts for bright, brilliant- ly black. Try the quick, clean and easy way of shining Stoves, Grates and Ironwork. A bit orMftt postpaid on receipt of price. TUr.r.BUIEYCt. UNITED, lAMLTM, M. of tha famous "2 in I" PolUh. We Look For You on Saturdays Sell on the Lowest Margin We depend on our increasing.' turnover of stock. Our expenditure is we are able to sell cheap GEO. KERR CO. 'I at Our We Simply Can't Be Beaten nd submit them with a statement oi he expenditures of the past year to :he council. Mayor Adams said that everyone recognized the good work that had been done by the Board of Trade. Li BELGIAN CHAMBER PASSED CONGO BUDGET Brussels, Feb. chamber of deputies by a vote of 79 to 40 toda> passed the Congo budget. It provides for no change in the system of rais- they did as Aid. Hatch suggested and j ing -revenue by compulsory labor. M placed something definite before the ,LOTanci refused to .vote explaining city council as to their plans. council would look favorably on a I proven that no effective control was grant. The secretarv and the chair- j them something of how .that V [gets such splendid results from pub licity. Mr. Lonnquist said that cry man did his duty and contributed to the fund. They get a lot of chea advertising through the press an they had found that there was no be ter advertisement than printer's They follow this publicity up by pc sonal representatives in the east and by means of the railroads and other means. They get the conventions and congresses they can and try to use the delegates right. Their' main I lice had been disposed ot as mention- u. the debate on the budget had man of finance, Mr. Tillcy, will pre- pare the statement for presentation to the city council. Aid. Hatch handed in that he had received froni Mr. Macbeth, be- ing a refund from the Great Northern j Railway for an overcharge on the I Pullman used on the Billings trip. SMOKER FEB. 25. I After the matter of a land titles of- exerciser over the Belgian adminis- tration of Belgian Congo. Breakfast Foods Cream of per pkg. 2 for 45c. Puffed for 25c. for 25c. Shredded per pkg. Malta for 55c. Quaker for 25c. Corn for 45c. per pkg. Canned Goods brand 2 for 35c. Crocs, 2 for 35c. 10c per tin. Fresh for 25c. per tin. for 55c. for 25c. Pork and 15c, 20c, 25c, 35 c. quality, 2 for 35c. quality, 4 for 25c. Kerr's Provisions Are The Best 25c per Ib. Ar- mour's, 24c. per Ib. cents per Ib. Swift's Premium 25c, Brand cream- ery, 35c per Ib. 'The finest on the market. storage 35c per doz. New laid eggs 45c per 'dozen, fresh arrivals daily. pail 65c; 5 Ib. CHEESE per Ib. Swiss Ingerso! McLaren Imperial Cheese in Jars. Advertise in The Hera point is the cou.ucy ar- ound as much or more than Hie city and to attract the men of ircans la- tlicr than the numerous population. That will come anyway if the coa'.v- try is built up. SUPPORT IN CITY COUNCIL Aid. Hatch, who is the chairman of the publicity committee remarked that the Board oL Trade is really a 'department of the city. As it should make up its estimates for the year based on the expenditures of last year ed in another columa, the smoker and plans for getting new members were discussed. P.res. Nourse had a long! list oi men who belong but it was decided -to apportion these later. The smoker will be held in the Caledonian Hall on Friday next. February 25, and will be open to all those who.are in anyway interested in the Board of Trade and the pro- gress of the city. i I Prices slashed in 'every direction. Each department has its I bargain list Saturday shoppers can't afford to pass tip this i store. Our high grade Dry Goods and Furnishings selling at such 1 I small prices has been, and will always be, a big advertisement for I1 this new business. Read the whole list ot Saturday Bargains. CLARKE The Ladies9 Store GREATEST IN WESTERN CANADA (Continued from front Boy's Black Worsted Hose, size 6 to 7 1-2, per pair ----........................30c Sizes S to 10 LADIES1 WOOL UNDERWEAR MEN'S WORSTED HOSE FOR25C MEN'S WORSTED HOSE FOR black or heather ribbed, all pure worsted yarn sox. A special wearer. OK Regular 35c. Saturday WE Phone 453 SELL FOR CASH Acadia Block YOUR SPRING GARMENTS MADE TO ORDER Prices in Our Dressmaking Department Within the Reach of All garment made to your individual designed to bring out all of your best that the kind -of a Spring garment you want? Then consider that with a garment of this kind goes the privilege of selecting your own materials and trimmings .in styles and colorings most becoming and pleasing to YOU we think you will decide that you would LIKE to wear made-to-order appan.M '.his Spring. Price is the only consideration which prevents the average woman from having-all of her clothing made to with the system of moderate costs prevailing in our dress- making department this one prohibitive feature is eliminated. No reason why any woman in Lethbridge should not have her Spring suit or gown made exactly as she would like to fit her without a flaw. We specialize tailored garments as well as fancy dress- es. Only work of dependable character omansfcs I'rom here. You may be absolutely sure of the satisfactory style and fit of suit, dress or wrap, if you en- trust it to the price will be reasonable in the extreme. MISS O'CONNOR IN CHARGE At prices you'll appreciate. Ladies natural color, wool ribbed-undervests and drawers medium weight; nicely finished garments. Sizes, small, medium or large. 40ft Regular 60c lines. Saturday sale price, each I 1 Tailored Suits Range In Price From to According to Materials. Linings and Trimming's missioner oi Edmonton, E. Michener. M.P.P., Red Deer; G. S. Dingle-.. Cal- ary; Aid. Smalley, Calgary; A. B. lushing, Calgary; F. G. Marwood. 'algary, and others. Each party will have six persons in it all the i time. j THE TOUR The tour opens parties at a convention at Medicine Hat July 5 and 6. Then both come to Leth- bridge for a two-day convention, July 7 and 8, and from here go to Crow's Nest Pass for Sunday. The parties then separate, party No. 1 taking the following dates: July 11 Pinchcr Creek, July 12 Mac- Icod, July 13 Clarcsholm, July H j High River, July 15 and 16 more, July 17 Calgary, July 18 Air-jo dric, July 19 Bancroft, July 20 Three Hills, July 21 Innisfail, July 22 Mor- ningside, July 24 Edmonton and1 Strathcona, July 25 Fort Saskatche- wan, July 26 Manville, July 27 Vegre villc, July 28 Daysland, July 29 Lc- duc, July 31 Wetaskiwin, Aug. 1 Pon- oka, Aug. 2 Stcttler, Aug. 3 Red Deer, Aug. 4 Olds, Aug. 5 Cochrane. Party No. 2 follows one day behind the first party at a good many places switching oft to others to hold a, one- day convention or institute. Their itinerary will be: July 12 Coleman, July 12 Pincher Creek, July 13 Mac- leod, July I-I Claresholm, July 15 High River, July 16 De Winton, July 17 and IS Calgary, July 19 Cross- field and Carstairs, July 20 Harrnat- tan and Didsbury, July 21 Milnerton, Julv 22 Lacombe, July 24 Edmonton Sateen Underskirts Saturday Da Each rgam Colors Black Brown Navy Green Cardinal Each 1 I I I KID GLOVES At prices that will hand them out quickly. blacfc, tan and brown French Kid gloves; fully warranted. The regular ?1.50 line. Saturday Sale f 4 A A Pair "WV MEN'S WORK SHIRTS, SATURDAY 10 dozen only men's dark drill duck and Oxford Shirts, very strong wearing; full fitting shirts; carefully made throughout; in fact a shirt seldom sold less than Special for Saturday I and Strathcona, July 25 Edmonton, Towels According- to Materials, Lining's and WE GUARANTEE ALL WORK July 26 Fort Saskatchewan, July 27 July 28 Vegrevillc, July ?fi Daysland, July 31 Camrose, Aug. p I Wetaskiwin, Aug. 2 Lacombe, 3. Si on lor, Aug. Red Deer, Aug. Rosrlmri. Tlic sixth week, Aug.-7 to Aug. 12 1 i will be spent in a summer .school al ;er Banff, which will ir. all probability i the assistant secretary, Miss Iva Sil-; vert horn. I After visiting a number of schools: in Hie Maclcod district Mr. Kenny; to Lethbridge on Fob. 25 toj f spend a week in the district and will meetings at Raymond, Warner, Iron .Springs, Coaldalo, Lethbridge j 2 40c DRESS GOODS Just 6 pieces to sell at this price. The greatest dress goods value ever put out for sale in Lethbridge. Bright, new, stylish mohairs in broken checks, plaids and plain. Saturday per yard, only...................................... Overalls ami I Blowuers Jackets for Another good bargain for the mechanic or ail our regular blue or black bibbetl or plain Saturday price II i 5 i all Blenched linen; huck tow- els; hemmed ends; white; size 1? x 33. Each 15c overalls :ind Girls' black sateen bloom- ers; elastic knee; 2 to 10 years. Per pair sizes 40 c New Shirt Waists and Blouses for Saturday Pure linen, tailored; chambray stripes; allovcr embroidery, fancy and plam Tho prices on these 1 CQ to 53.00 white Ladies Corset Covers, 'Unclenvaists.' Boamiful new goods and cheaper than ever. Attractive lines 35c and up to Table Napkins. Pure Linen. Only 10 doz. for Saturday celling of this pure Irish Linen Table Napkins, a line that soils in the regular way at. pc-r dozen. Should go quick at their 4 Saturday Sale dozen.................................... All the above items are genuine snaps. The early callers will get best choice, so shop in the morning if possible. o o o I THE LTD. PHONE, 241. CRAB3 STREET. ;