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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thiiraflgy, January 5. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE BUSY CRABB STREET STORE. SIM THE STORE raAT CAN'T BE UNDERSOLD. V GENERAL SALE BEGINS FRIDAY, JAN; ith LADIES'UNDERMUSLlN SALE A Bargain Feast for Everybody. Reduced Prices on Every Thing. This High Grade New Staple must .be Ten Too many goods-Lots more bought _________ them out at any C08t- So come along if you appreciate a Genuine Bargain Giving Sale move HEAVY UNDERWEAR SALP MEN'S HEAVY FLEECE shirts and regular value GOc; 'sale price MEN'S HEAVY SUPERIOR FLEECE (GRAY) shirts and drawers'; regular" 85c- sale -v. 65c STANFIELD'S HEAVY RIB pure wool'shirts regular sale MEN'S FINE IMPORTED "pure Saxony wool shirts and drawers; the very best; -regular price sale price each ____ 52 65 LADIES' WOOL VESTS AND Fiiie. and Boft; refiuiar Si.OO value; sale price, .each ggl BOYS' PURE WOOL Slanfield's make, guaranteed to stand hard-' est wear; 'price per garment 9- O3C A SALE OF DRESS GQODS v very best'dress Roods stock in the city; r.he values for this sale sur- pass anything yet offered, ft will pay you well to get here earlyrand look over ihe many bargains offered'in dress materials suitable for any al- most half price. value, yd. Jl.oQ; sale price .......___..... g5c VENETIAN value yd. sale 75c STRIPED value 75c; sale V Me FRENCH SHADOW STRIPE 51.00; sale price 75c HEAVY TWEED DRESS 50c; sale ZZc MELTON DRESS -10c; 'sale price 25c COLORED TAFFETA SILKS-Reg. 65c; sale COLORED TAMI BLACK TAFFETA inches sale price ....45- ....95c Bleachefl S.4 special value at per yard Bleached yaUie0'T-2c.'-Salc price, per yard Bleached inches wide, soft Finish and even per yard .27c- Sic IGc A LINEX SALE YOU'LL APPRECIATE Ail our beautiful Table Linens are on sale at very 'liberal reductions on regular January Sale of Wkitewear arid Muslins be- gins iheGth, Attractive Styles n Corset up 51.00 Up S1.25, up tip t ,B up iniSnts'. Slips -SI'TO "S1'fl WandtssS Girls White Muslin Dressec in a great variety of styles and prices for girls 2 to 12.years old. -Jlegular per Tor square or round ns, :a or 3-4 sizes; Fancy Centres, Doylies, 'Runners 4 O'clock Cloths and Shams. You never had the opportunity of buying Linens from sudh "stock at .tut.! JOY; rnccs Corae and see. ac Kill Gloves SOc Splendid siylish kid gloves; guarantee the quali- ty of every pair. They come in gray, tan and black; sizes from 6 up to 7 14 Sale price BO YS' SUIT SALE Reductions on Every, -Boys' Suit'or Overcoat in the Store. Suit or Overcoat in the Store. Ladies' Bells 25c A bis collection of Ladies' Belts iu black and colors. leather or elastics: values ruu from line to oOc. Tftke your choice for only..................... iiff: Scurfs' -Ladies'' .31 'QQ. Ladies'. "Mufflers: .each' _ _ _ 45c Ladies'. each Remember This Sale Begins Friday January 6th, and runs for 10 Days Only SUITS at Almost Half Price to Clear them all out before January. 15th. EOITEO BV M o is: REsSIDENCE B3O SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Uie. Caledonian hall, on .Mrs. Ilugh-Boyii noi receive to-1 January n. morrow. verson entertained a few friends at dinner on New Year's flayu at .the PYey tomorrow. -Mrs. Cunningham is. entertaining at ciinner this evening for Miss Winter. Adclaine Ilemlcrson returns to Uavergal ua Coljcge, Winnipeg, on .Alon- -Mrs. William Bennett entertained a lew guests at dinner on Tuesday ev- ening. Kred Uowner and 'Leverctt DeVeber to return to Trinity College Fort Hope, tomorrow. home, Bompas street. CULBS AND SOCIETIES; The Art Needlework club willmeet with .Mrs. E. G. Hazell. S3 Courtland street, on .Monday afternoon, at 2.30 o'clocic. .Mrs. iteuter is president of tiie-club, v" x Tue .Choral Society meets this--ev- ening in tlie Parish hair at eight o'- clock. Every member is urged to al-L tena. p' the cantata; Santa- arrived nd distri- buted gifts, sweetsi and oranges to ev- ery member of the ;'school.. CUPID'S? "r -r -r -r- -r -r-. -icev. T. F. Perry solemnized the marriage of A. E. Robertson, of Raley. and Catherine S." Robertson, of Ont., at WesJey church, GAS CAME FROM TOWARDS MRANCEOFTHE "Bliiee' T-l tUe; [theer anHS. "'Sr! a'nd tb'S ev" SQ" left for Ibfe South af- at i.-io in the Conservatory and- ternoon Horium. f Airs Tlle BaPtist Ladies' Aid societv niet Boyd and. her two lit- yesterday afternoon, made 'plans tic children, of Lacomhe, were in the for- the annual con city last :iight on their way home from a visit with Mrs. Boyd's sister, uue, at Warner. supper, which will be held on Monday" even- ing next. HOTEL AT eau WINDSOR MILLS BURNED Evidence of a Miner at Believisc Tiulander'8 Realistic Description oi in Mine -to the Herald) liellevua, Alta., Jan. morn- iimSf QT' Jan- session of'the intluirv Uindsor was destroved bv fire I cause of the-death o; the rainerf last night at a loss of ha dozen Tne second assembly of the danc-1 church ing'club's series will be held tomor-' society met last row evening in the; Knights of Pytli-lroom." .Mrs .McKillop las hnll. .Airs. Ritchie and Mrs. .Tolm-jabsence of the president stone will be the hostesses. anfl read interesting .letters receiv Birlev. Xo 3. 47- cd the Auxilisry; one No. 1, N. W.f II. H. Lcmori, local manager Icttcr ot' Christmas greeting, the oth-1 Hugh Uonnan will en- tnc A1berta Uovernnient TelephcX1 er n'n inicrcstins account of the mis SVSt6m 1n n _ at" the time of the second WINNIPEG GRAIN MARKET explosion, proved to be the most in- Jan. terestlng yet held. After some pre July opened closed j uminary matters were disposed of Cash close: Wheat: Xo. 1 Xorth and Secretary Burixe.had answered now ern, Xo. 2 Northern. No. Northern, Oats: No. 2. No. g Matson toid the atory ol: they had concluded that ah ex-1 plosion of some kind, had occurred, j and how he and his companions set i about to investigate. He sent .Pitro, His helper, .entrance to! see if It were possible to get but. while j lie nnd Mike Matson went towards the! race, looking Into tne chutes as they! passed along. They went to the face: lew additional questions in conclusion iDUt no noxious gasr of his testimony of yesterday, ventilation had ceased. Go .Matson, a FindlanUer, who went on j inS hack tneJ" finally went as far as _ THE NEW JEWELRYSTORE IN THE ROYAL'BAXK BUILDING 'is now thoroughly equipped to turn out first class rork in every branch of the trade. Your watch, cloe-k, silver- ware, or jewelry will have our personal attention. i H, nOOIb'OPOiijjil Manufacturing Cor." 3rd Ave.' 7th St. sr.itt at three o'clock on the fatal Fri icluUfi and tertaur at dinner tomorrow evenins. alterwards the host, hostess and the quests will attend the assembly. f invitations wm be issued in a few