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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, February 21,1013. THE fcETHBEIDGH^DAILY HERALD Page 11 |,. a packet of Edwards' , Soup into the pot or pan when you are making that stew-or that hash, or sauce, or whatever it is. Let it boil for at least half an hour. You'll find that the home-rnade Irish soup will make your pet recipes tastier than ever, by bringing out their flillflivonr. IS M FARIR order that sheep mOst be held in quarantine at K'ort of entry Edwards* Dfesioeateid Soup is as nourishing and delicious by itself as in 0ne of your own special dishes.' It is made'out of prime beef and the choicest Irish vegetables, without any of that strong ^.dded flavouring which some soups have. '.'.[�'5is,'ipw packot. .Bdvuirit' Dfticfiuiti Bouitt tire mcia* in three vartitiei-Brown, r-romat�,'�':,�,'� kLL PRICES 2Q PER ..REDUCED CENT An^aisy Couch at An Easy Price Davenports, oooioheB, Tounges- a wealth of solid oomfort here, some arevi^hly lui^urious, others .subBtantlall7 plain, uew styie�i. . vAUL fftiCte 0*| PER i.,R E D U C ED 'CENT Rich Rug Bargains for Home Builder^ Special reduced prices on our entire stock of Hugs and Carpets. This is an exceptional opportunity to rug buyer?. Gome while the seleotioij, is good. ; ALL PRICE8 �|| PER (.REDUCED ,CcENT ^^,1 'a. Low Priced Chiffonieris . ' tjijfiljity ivprl);ma^hijp/;beautlfully; finished: 'it would'be well to takevthiB .advantage of this opportunity Vo secure good chiffonier at a ' low price.* ' , ^ ' AUL PF^ICES on PER i-REDUPED^y CENT Make all meii yoiir weli-wishers, and then, Jn the years steady shifting, Some of them tiirn. into friends. Friends are the sunshine of life.  � -John Hay. �  ' � As we meet and pass each da.v, The fflany traveller^, on the way, Let'every, sucib'bftef'contact be A glorious hatpful;; ministry; The contact of the soil and seed. Bach giving to the other's need. Bach helping on each other's best. And blessing each as each 1b blessed. -Samuel Coleridge.  s  Hostesses tomorrow: Mrs. WllUam Oliver, 60G Fifth Ave. Sodta. : ' ' -  � � Mr. and^Mrs. A. E. Williamson, of CalgaiT,'-have taken their residence at 4i0 Ninth street south.    Mrs. Cluett, of Banff,  .id Miss Mc-Phee,, .of,idalgary, spent Wednesday the gue8ts.,,of Mrs. J. B. aiulhern.  * * , Mr. J. S. McTees, of Indian Head, Head, has been transferred to the local branch of the Bank of Montreal, to fill thb vacancy caused by the transference to Nelson of Mr. Leveritt De Veber, \yho leaves tomorrow morning, Mr. Qedrge'Ifc,-.Wfilson, of Clares-holm, was:4 :vlshdi^;tiia the city today. Mrs. A. E. Humphries is visiting Winnipeg, St. Paul and other points. Mrs. J. S. brisiioU, of Elk City, Idaho, is visiting with, her sister, Mrs. James Alrd. . MrB.. IDriseoU will make an extended stay. � *  Mrs. Alex. Smith welcomed a goodly number of visitors during the twilight hours of yesterday afternoon on the occasion ot her first at home day this year. A large azalea in bloom radiated a cheerfulness,; which jwas accentuated by a sparkling grate'fire. The hostess wov,er a pretty green striped silk costume with lasertlngs of applique. , ^ t: The two daughters of the- home assisted. Loul?^'ifrooked ,iii- white with pale blue ribbons, passed the tea hour trifles, while DorAajj'^alnty in white With pink acceSQS^ie^, admitted the many guests; U ^,  f A. B. Trautmaur-chief publicity ^agent for tlio -C. P.^ R. and Mrs. Traut- ifman were'in the city-yesterday and to-�day on a jaunt over thesystem. They came in from Medicine Hat on the afternoon train, Thursday and left this afternoon for Calgary from which point they will go west. Mr. Traut-man intends being istWay for two or three weeks and will; visit nearly all pthe important points onv^the system before returning to .Winnipeg. Last evening they and Judge Winter were the guests at dinner of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Elton, the_ smartly appointed board "being centred with an Immense showeiv of daffodils. : CU.UBS AND ^OqiETIES TV Phone V 1735 A Dominion ers Block The members of the Junior WoSt. Cyprian's church are reminded of the meeting, which will be.: held in the parish room at threei'o'clock tomorrow afternoon. It ;ls; especially desired, that the annual., meetinig jot .the Letbbridge �Tennis.-club, which is announced for Tuesday evening -next at 318 Sherlocli -Blockj should be ,largely .attended. I|reseftt'members and ex-members are urged to attend. ; .'Mrs. L. H. Fowler pleasantly entertained the Gi T. 35. club last even-Jug. iKive tables were in play, Mr. fipd Mrs, Beattie capturing, the tro-ph(i��/ PaintlKy refreshments were served' at the quartette tables. Between seventy and eighty listened with interest to. the address given by the Rev. C. 0. MoLaurie, of Gal-gaiTi .superintendent of Baptist mis-Slon* for Alberta, on ''My -Trip to the Old. .Country," in the Fifth Avenue �Baptist church. :' Mri McLaurie Is a fluent speaker and hia lecture embraced England, Scotland, Ireland and. Wales.  An autoharp selection by Mr. Wheel ey, a vocal solo by Miss Whlttal and a solo by Mr. Jamleson, .were much enjoyed. Inviting-refreshments were served by'.the-.'ladles, and a pleasant hour was apent over the tea cups. i.'''__ j' �  * - ' �  MThe .sale held yesterday afternoon :b^,;the Ladles' Aid of the Fifth Avenue Baptla'tiohurch was very, successful, atid'.netted the ladles a neat sum, all the, artlbles being spld. Mrs. Little and Ur$. KirkpatricJs were in Qhftrge. , TJi.e'teft given at the Nprslpg Mlsr Bipu; yesterday, upder the auspices of the 'Relief aopiaty, was qrowped wjtlji puoqe>p/and the J^dies realized %2ijiQ from,the affair. 'Miss Cvjnnlughftpj. find'Mls6 MacKay, ln..thelr plcturesduo }ji)lfprma, -yvelijonied the -guestp, as did fllB6' �frB;, L: Mv � Jphustone;-' the presl-den^^pfcthe',society, 'The {ivlngrooma: .were'' brightened and perfumed with' poy.'e^,filantB in''bloom an'^ qmantities 'pf/^rimBjon; pink and yfbii'e (farmtioMi ^fxUik were gr9'>Ii>ufi"� MEN'S $25.00 FUR a'-l(\ 7k COATS for..... MEN'S $85 FUR LINED .........$30.73 30c ART SATEENS AND CRETONNES -|q LADIES' $7.50 �J. 7K BOOTS for ...... P*-''^ LADIES' $5.00 ffil QO BOOTS for.......JPi-.W^ MEN'S $5.00 BOOTS �^2.30 $20.00 ALASKA SABLE ^p^^^^j'^......$9.89 LADIES' $12.00 MARMOT J;"^^*;^."........ $5.68 MUFF TO MATCH $16.00 MU8KRAT �q QQ SCARF FOR..... 'ISiyf'Oy $10.00 NEAR SEAL aan oq MUFF FOR...... !Pi0.9J LADIES' Ai^D MISSES' PRINCESS SLIPS ^Qq CHILDREN'S WA8W qq^ DRESSES for . .4.... 26c. EMBROIDERIES \6th next, and! also to be: pnesent! at'the' upvelling, of the meovwlal 'la September of nwtt.yean 8l*o to (try and'urge the Priuc^ of Wales, to attend. Closes To-morrow Saturday -will, he the last day of Bnichan's Big Sal.e. This will positively he yoixi last  cliance 'to buy* clothing, SLA:TER ' SpBCGES and furnishings at uch startling redubtions..^ Here'are just a f^"w of the many bargains. UNDERWEAR ?t 50c -WOf^jTH DOUBLE !  '. SUITS and DVERCQATS $9,50 WORTH' DOUBLE SLATER SHOES at - $3,50 WpfiTH W.50 and $B.0O �rr $Mo; ,6001? V.J.UjAT'a5o PER-PAIR Take ndvautag^ otMn last Opportumit^, '4* m 93 ;