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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta .Tan. THE .LETTCBRIDGE DAILY Pure Wool Blankets Tlie finest uure.'wool blankets, in larse GS x 72 sixe. Made from' long -Canadian fleece wool. Soft, -warm and comfy tbe'cqld weather. a gigf Regular D Grey Blanket for Ma'de of long Canadian 1'Iepce wool. Pure silver gray and very large size. .Hcgulur ?G.OO value but' worth more. Sale price Feather Dowa Pillows Guaranteed "Alaska" pillows that, are filled with pure feather down and covered with art 4 Our best duality. Each 'Persian Lamb Caps for 'Men's and women's good Persian, lamb- cups: in curl. You'd expect to pay 15 for them. s Clearing at ouly 65c Fleece Lined Underwear :45c .The best "Pyramid" brand underwear for men. Snii- '.it'ary Hsece and extra value at C5c a 'Sale, price Sale, and further'deep wish makes the values more and more atlractive-as 'We started out: for a Vio- ck'jmmce of all stocks (luriiig the month The crowds bought as never ialwitii the second-week crowds and do nil your buying where ye1.'.' can save vhe v.e'ry articles you need. Extra'sales help.and efficient service. Conic tomorrow; Heavy Cheviot Dress Goods.. Our.rfinest heavy" cheviot ser- ges for costumes and dresses. Col- 'ors 'are- broxvn, green and fatyii; Sale price- 50c and 60c Cashmere Hcse Our best quality, of cashmere hos- iery for women in, plain and rib. 'Regular 50c and 60e'.. Sale price, a' Best Xlndersldrts An extra value at ibe regular price. Made of good ss.- teen with tucks, flounces and frills. .Reg. ?1.DO. Sale and Women's Shoes .Made of best don- calf and pa- tent kid. Almost every left. Regular and S5.00. Clearing to Silk Waists Hade of good taf- feta aad Japan silks. Also f'ne nets' ia the latest styles. Clearing them out Children's Warm Coats Only a few left of these gcod ?6.00 to S8.00 coats for children, in agco 0 to 14 years. Clearance sale price Ladles' Fur Lined Coats Our fines'-, mink collar .coat; with finest quality rat Shell pt pure wool imported broad- cloth, iu navy and 'ulack to SS.5S Dress. Skirts of fine panamas, new serges, taf'eta cloths, voiles and Venetians. Handsomely trimmed. CC CSe'Miuieu sale price to Ladies' Coats A gigantic clearing ct coat left in stock. All good styles in beaver; broadcloth and GA Up to '5Qc Ladles' Underwear for 35c An extra licavy quality oE good underwear iu natur- al color. Vest's aud drapers. Regular 50c. For, a garment.......................... 35c Wrapperette .Wrappers 89c O.ur stock in these good wrappers is too. large. .Made of flue, fancy in blue, red and gVav. 1.25 EDITED BY "UNO" ONE'S SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. R. P. Wallace will not receive tomorrow. r V Mrs. P. C. Salmon will not.receive tomorrow.. Mrs.iC; will-be'at home after .iiarch. 1st., at 1213'Bompas st. Mrs. W. J. McCambley will not re- ceive tomorrow. Mrs., and Ivliss Austin will not re- March was played by Miss Helen Do- 3.30 with Mrs. 'A. H. Di'eseth, corner of Courtland .and Coutis street. The girls eE St. Cyprian's Bible class meet aL the home Miss Warren this evening to make arrangements for the entertainment of the men of the class who recently won the member- shin contest. .choir of St. Andrew's Church, North will hold n social tomorrow evening in Redins's hall, 7.30. There will-be a musical program h'erty, and during the signing oi the by games. FIRE TO IO Soon Extinguishecl-Touch- a1 Matched to One oKthe Curtains. ed etition Manyi.'bf the a--, asses In register, Miss Kate Scott sang, "tie- loved, it is }lorn." .Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ertson, left for points east, before go- ing to their future home in Lethbridge. vtte'd. The proceeds will tne choir fund. The "Don' masked fancy The severe weather had little terror R toniorrow for many citizens last eveniiig, and the I Y. M. C. A. was well filled with adrair-i character ing men and throughout the cv-' ening. Although every seat in the splendid large auditorium' was filled .during the rendering of the excellent, toruorrmv, but hereafter be.miisicai programme even- other room ieraoot! Locomotive Engineers; ocd-rbbmT; After at home on the'third Thursday of each Jseemed to have its'share'of attsntion isilnulcl "be with the liberal (the" fljimbs.-for-.'a 'in the "gj-m" the'youngsters had a hil-iarnnURt Slven towards the Nursing! down Iper and The Ladies anil .his on .somewhat drawing quite i sales been' .vhibitors sh with 'will-be continued that a fuller op- visitors to in- -v "V- arious tim Mrs. T-: F. Q'Hagan will'-receive to-1crowd oC morrow for the last tim4 this season, iening to their hearts' content. Up :n Early next week she expects to .rotunda several people grouped with her. wee daughter for'Biitte, Mont, i around the cheery grate fire, chatted where "they will visit for a few weeks and seemed to feel abou before continuing.-their" journey to Gal ;home as would fcesi I MiceinnQ'-'nhi'lrlrjs-n-c fhricfmic- t 'Mf'S. ime, and performed before cnuarens unnstmas treat, --j; ;ro0m thp r thp PV instead of the Brotherhood of. Locomo- Ut room tae cur L sneciuiors'inrougiiout tains and bunds had been devoured _ ._ ._ tive Engineers. A meeting of the Bible class of St. it as much at j Cyprian's Churcli, was held itle their last evening. It decided the ifiresiues. -bowling alley seemed i a delinite organization of the Bible be an attractive point, and was necessary on account of the y many or the fairer sex were found se-1 increased attendance. Lloyd lefc yesterday longing for an opportunity toi The were elected: pprfcunjty" will he _ entries. The prizes awarded to date arc devoured I. Bun A. Jones, Raymond. and the: fire liad hold-of rlst cock, hen highly commcad- lahle. She. nuickly C. Livingstone, Leih'Dririgc, FOOD Chtidrtn Healthy i TIYE SOSES'-" MAKES THE: CAKES AND' PASTRY "Unbleached, Yet White SE Snow." water. ifornja. where tJir. rr winter will be spent. ternoo'n for her home, in Toronto. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Noble of so enthused over their .game they linswood announce the engagement of he Prevailed upon to give it up to amateurs. The bccl rooms are roll the balls, but, alas, uo invitation'president. "Mr.- Bishopp: secretary, was extended, for the men and Shirley; committee. Miss Dawes, their daughter -Toscphiric, 'to E. J. Mad- den, M.D., of Calgary, Alta. Thc wed- tiiug will take place on January IS. a The many friends of Mrs. J. B. Ren- ter will be sorry to learn of her ser- ious illness at the Gait hospi'al. }Irs.' most cosy, the residents of ihe Y. M. C. A. seem to take pride in addins Miss Warren and Mr'. Mead. "Canadian Evening" was celebrated by about -thirly-five members of the jto and their friends jaid of pendants, pictures, etc. gc-niai secretary seemed to Reutcr underwent -hospital in operation at tho where at once, estending a welcome vfhicli -.vlso heartily given by the Macks and.bunting decorated the rooms and in the course of the evening Mr. A. Hamilton gave an interesting members of the board ?.nd the host- jesses, who-were ind3iatigablc in their efforts to shou- the visitors ever, corn- have assisted Daisy Colcman. of Moose nnd crevicc of interest itl the Iiisiory of Canada has been visiting Miss Yira Dow- ing. The I'lalk on the "Women' in Canadian His- tory." giving illustrations .of many in On ac- count of the cold Aveather a number of for a few days of Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. sett for the past week, left yesterday !one of mM-summer pad a summer rc- for Magrath. alibough it was'about, the only r Ispot'in night that one Miss Beryl Gilrie, of P.urdett, and have been under such a mistak- formerly of Drayton, Out., is ihe suest en idea. Of course, we arc all delighted that the men and boys are going to have sn'.endirl times in ihe future, but Mrs. George J. Schmidt, who under-'stiJI the young matrons nnd maids of went an operation for ar.r.endiriUs fit ;he city are stfil a. trifle envious, Gnlt Hospital yesterday is very much if they are invited to partake of the improved today. i hospitality at Ihe Y. M. C. A. 'anyway once a month, they will be as! Thc marriage of -Miss CLire KH- 'proistl of the new building as their lough, eldest daughter of Mr. nntl Mrs. thcrs and men friends. John Wiseman, Clinton. Ont.. to John G. Robertson, of Lethbndge. Alta.. youngest son of the late .lames and Mrs. Robertson, Ottawa, took place at j i those who had consented to assist with the programme were unable to attend but several of the guests filled the va- cancies most acceptably. HGt'resh- imeats were served during the cvenin 'by the hostesses, Mesciames Perry, W A. Hamilton, Southard anil Jordan The proceeds from the social most cncouragin which will be actded to the parsonage REDUCTION OF US FDMBFR jfD tiii'4. 4 D 1st, 2nd and 3rd hen: 2nd cockerel" 1st, 2nd and 3rd pallet, and one high- ly commended. Eden .Rest-Farm. Lcthbi'ulge, 1st and 3rd cockerel. Barred Wallace. Cal-. gary, 1st; cock, 1st and 3rd hen, i highly-commtnded John Johan- L cock P. Joseph Shack- elton, Olds, 2iirt hen- sJuHli I Laurier May Announce It at forestry Convention at Quebec Jones, Lcth- -bridge. isl.c'cck, Jst hen, 1st cockerel 1st pullet. Partridge Thomp- son, 1st and 2nd 1st anil 2nd heni; 1st and 2nd pullet. in Apartment Block In Winnipeg-All er.1. PASSENGERS Winnipeg, Jan. the tlicr-i Grooves CA momei.ec zero last' night: nomo uvc-iuy to thirty persons occupying apartments in the Parish Calprary, Jan. Is coating .the Canadian Pacific fifteen hundred doj- lars.2. c-ay to feed.five hundred gers tied up here .on their way to the. I no forecast .is made u'to" (when, the road will be open. .The through in the mountains in-.very and the shovellers have" hardSrorJc Toronto, Jan. special to the Teii'gram from Washington today says when Sir Lanricr goes lo the Forestry Convention at Qiiebi'c ntxt we_ck it is probable that lie will be in a position announce a- substantial reduction in ifiii United States dutv Bufl Jonc-s, 1st coclo; j trc Dame, wc-re M! .lohanneson, 1st iicr. M. A. Junes, itween Jumping j Block" at' Gerlie and No- owing to severe weather. sun is shining brightly. the theremometer "keeps on unfinishul Innilu-r now standinj; at -'ones, 1st COCK, and 1st hen, ii c-re forced to choose bc- lowa burning stairs aml thoaga 2nd 2nd i vi ...iv. CruTcock, 3ni: than their night live orfg-1 vcaicnce and absolutely no suffering.' 4th pullet-and" highly com-jinked in.the b.i5amcnt-and had gaiiisd mended pullet.-." hold ori rhe s'Jr.vny Before _tho abrm I Silver Spangled S H- Em antl a dollar ami a quarter per thousand foet.in the I'avnp-Aldrich tariff. -A Riiankd to this cftcct COCK, 2nd hen, 3cd Islj en toiay. Sir Wilfrid was personal- ly responsible for the railing of the 3rrl cnc-- convention. Tlic situation hrre is pr- Hrahmas. Wallace. C-aH was; giver. Several sinull clii-dvcu v.'crr in r.hc block and a number of r-ercons were fro3L bitten or bUITifu bvil GO livris Tiisi.. ''i'tlC PLAYERS GOING. .....TO TABBR'TODAV DYNAMITtNG iN CHICAGO s fnnu. culiar, tltprr- ttrt'St or u were ost amoimtinET to i'r'is fnnicic-i; at t-r is cither a lack of in- 1st and 2nd is! -Jnfi.j .Tnn. dynamite bomb lark of iu'uH-- hen, 1st and 2nd cockcrrl, 1st r.n.1 2nd v.-as early today in the vestibulp CLUES AND SOCIETIES The Daughters and of Eng- the residence of the bride's parents, land ir.oet the Mrs. A. Her. Alex. Stewart. D.D.; J. Warren, this evening. the ceremony. Miss Annie McCorias! was .bridesmaid, and Mr. John Crooks groomsman. Mendelssbor.'s Weddim: Tim LnthsrKn Ladles' Aid Society will meet, on Thursday afternoon at The most delicious of chocolate confections. They stand aior.e in their smoothness, richness and unique flavor. insist or, having COWAN'S. Name and design patented and registered. THE CO. EATRICAL THEATRICAL the Unilct! States in Then- is no or j nission of ihe idea ov-' hr a tarifi talk came fro'n thc United States j A Ttiitcil Stales aVtitudc ___r outwardly a! least is convcycfi in tin: cockcrrl, 3rd nullct E. -T. qiicsiion, "Wrll, what is.the Canadian Calgary. 1st Ir-n and 3rd roc'sRr- offrr What has Mr.jel, 2nd pullet. iit in the bonie County Judge John Isf. Ewer.5, reoer.Uy olecrcd Democratic pulk Partridge ;nti 2nd cock, 1st and 2nd lu-n, 1st' hoad of th--; co.-inry election machinery, mi 2nd cocV.rrrt. l5t ar.d 2r-ri The fuse aprcsrv.d to have been light-, B'.nck B. Ilirio. Ma.- c-d but it had hureed out. 1st cociv. 2nd ?.nd iun The lOliovring is the line-up oi the Lethbridgc team playiag hockey at. Taber goal Pilling, point; Henderson, .cover poin.ii; Rcbct, rover i; McGillis. centre r, Brit- ton, 'left wing; Wells, right wing. Calahan 'and Whitney, spares. hrro in W.r-Vncum is losinc: slrcp over the. possibility of Tait, Knox and in any har-j WINNIPEG WHEAT .....-s worsted in any har-j Wlnalpep. Jan. May icain'ttuit is he made. The the noiinr mnrl; today. cr.nierrnro as br in It v.'ent np of Prices nre Central Africa for all apprar1 :.o take in it. or that thc of :hc I'nircd Stairs takps in if. and concern .MaVj 100; July. infr-rrst ih-tt Cash wheat: No. 1 Northern.' No. 3j racific: Kaiiway FIRST ANNUAL EXCURSION Thc PartaUo Stock Company Play "The TrsvcUmg Safcsnr.an'1 st Thc Majestic The- knights of the road are, more or loss, a contenja] band, with n spirit of good fellowship and comradeship. Tho drummers who assembled Ktthci'0- is Hogan, a weal-j Elite Hotel. Grand Crossing were rojthy cf Tacoma. Wash. nilcr and formed a ...___-.._ C. II. Kcrr, oi Rcaiiy Co., wont trip Xo. 2 Northern. P: Northern, Ko. t, Si _________________ _ s. 73: feed, 6J. Fiioi? are acrompanTing tho elections Oats: C> in Ecuador the hospitals nre 4, S3: rejected, of jKlax, Xo. 1, X. 220. Xclilr Srorr. a prct.ty girl of Toron-i Tjar1ft-r- LOCAL BUDGKT exception to the merry meeting. Jack Wester man, as Boh Biake, and Miss AHce Kennedy, as Beth Eilfott, kept tr.lngn going on a high ierel of {nn and humor. The real estate deal went through In ffne shape, and Emily Solwyn, os Mrs. Babbitt, showed a Issral acumen worthy of Portia, in saving tns situation, and fnistrAiing designs of Franklyn Koyce. played !by .T. C. Shee'nan. "The Travelling iKaJ'-'Pman" is a good play, well playfd 'aiui worm seeing. English Fish Grill and Chipped Potatoes In b.-ijcmcnt of old Candr KJiohen. Glvo us a call, next to tho Kastorn Townships thc Golden a lASt nicht. He exprcis i to be Thc train from wiM ot i in today until sb. j Thp name oJ lue roal oPfic? the p'tacrr of the. Tlocky ofi'ics, I Vv'rrich xva? is Tvrnrx. jas rc-purted in the sevc- Jdays j i Fear in that drlvor. out of .o.vy co jio Cr.n.i'Ja and beifle taken. BY SPECIAL -TRAIN FROM SPOKANE, WASH., 1TES., JAN. Tickets on sale -Jan. TO and 17, JI1 return limit, VQ AXI) EETU11N; ANGELES vis Spol-ar.fc, via Abovo farss incl ;clc r.nr trip. For apply nearest lev. cr Spokane on go.Vnj tso and other ratw, Agent. Calgary, A1U; ;