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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. January TH. 1 BAY CO. THE COLD SNAP just experienced, our sale has been a big success. However, thefo were many unable to brave tiie elements last week, so we have de- cided to carry on the sale ONE WEEK LONGER Every thing in the Store is Reduced M Must Make Room For New J Spring Goods WRY GOODS Eiderdown -five designs to .select from. All going at a discQiiut 20 per cent. oi'i? ordiriary prices Dress voiles, eoliens, lustres Venetians, broadcloths, etc., Reg. 75c to per yard. Sale Table big Regular Sale per dozen Regular price, per dozen Regular Sale price, per dozen TOiite Wool Regular Sale, per pair Regular 15.00. per pair Regular S6.00. Sale, per pair- .7J55.20 per ..t.. Eoyal Worcester 23 to 30. i Regular S2.00. Sale price Black Sateen. Skirts -Regular 50 Ladies'Wrappersrr-In all colors.-Reg- ..lilar and Sale J-J Ladies- Dressing of fine all wool cliallie. Regular S3.25 Sale price Cl 'MEN'S FURNISHINGS Tooke and Sale price......... Men's Heather Wool 25c. Sale 5 Cl nn Men's and Boys' cost. Men's "and. Boys' Sweater exactly cost price. SHOE DEPT. Men's Heavy Oil-Tan cut; waterproof. Sale price .......S3.45 Men's Box Calf, Velour Calf, Patent Colt or Vici Kid to 85.00. Sale A Few Pairs Left of Ladies' Fine Quality American Made to-36.00. Sale price ..........53.50 Boys'and Girls'Good Strong- School price................Cl 35 All Felt Shoes, Moccasins and greatly reduced prices. Look for Td-morrow's Ad. for Further Bargains Edited by Phone 1224 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL VUiting Days Hostesses tomorrow: Mrs. j, R. Anderson, 605 lith H. J. (Xxxte, 820 llth Mrs UVGcw. 120 J Srd Aui. Mrs. H. D. 1231 land street. Mrs, Arthur Hayr, 630 6Ux St. Mrs. NMle and Miss Audrey are leaving Vancouver for on Wednesday. f Airs. P. R. daugh- ter arrived home from Calgary Satur- day, where they have been spending uie past month, Mrs. J. B. HeuUr, who underwent an operation at the Gait hospital early lait week, baa regain- ed her health sufficiently to be re- moved to her hoiae on Coutts street. invitations will be issued'in a day or iwo by the admirers of Robert Bums in Diamond City for' a banquet I to be told IE tbe Hotel Diamond Wed-! nesday evening, January twenty-fifth. Mr. and Mrs. C. R." Daniels, maid and three children leave tomorrow for Kivereide, where they will spend tfce remainder .of the winter, guests at Uie Ward Mrs. A. WatBon and Misg M. A. tilngB expect to leave about January 30th for SL. John's'. from whence they Ball on the 10th ot-February for Eng- land, where CLARKE The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Of the Stock-takin Merest Increases As The Sale Ad- vances. and Stocks Are: Coming Down It's the Greatest Saving Event of the Entire T.UCIC iiici Bpeiia several months. unaersKirts, At the tea hour 'Mrs.'- P.- C. Cotto mon serred-- and -s-as assisted i.in; passing the ties by. Miss Dawsdn-aad Miss Brem-nlpr'--- Vr- .mmP'o v'tll uci.. jmi.. OAJiBinL a lib H11L nOLQ iiumfcer' oi 'these afternoon at three o'clock mill- recitals -during. 'the winter will be made for. the Vhich will'probablr proTe-nwre 'next national entertainment ant 'than, the first. WeBtminster Guild of Knox dancing. Committee will hold a social in chs lee decreed that each 'member shall room. this, evening. Those who a domino and mask- at .the next. assist with, the musical and lit sembly dance programme are Misses McFee f yihiass; hall on ._ Friday -evening, Mackenzie; Batt, Wright, Me nary. 27th. So ail-, the -men; girls two others. soon'rhaifc to tkink Buke'them St. Altar Society" are iwssiaix' preparations for a large can to be' held Monday evening, Jan A from; London this The'.sbctety have been giving a iag A Sunday, newspaper of card parties during the win given- currency -4.0 the rumor of and each one is looked forward to pp'isslbte; engagement- of- Mrs. by. a number of the members Jacob Aator and "Wm. Leaman adherents of the church. mead- Bartlett Burdett-Coutts, -m of parliament, writer, philanthropist, and _ formerly husband of Epwwortb. League -of Westminster church- will hold 'a debate tomor- Jfurdett Coutts who left him a evening in the subject fortune. which will he "Resolved that Moses a greater historical character Another link "between peerage David." The leader of the affirm- is abo.at to be welded. will be Mr. .C. "Harding, and the much photographed comedy Miss L Finley. is betrothed to Hoc. _' ice Vyner Brett, "with, whose brother rumor recently connected Miss name. The -alliance seems to be proved -by the family of Viscount Ksner, guesf Miss Dare quently has been during the last three years. Hon. Maurice Vyner Brett is Viscount Esher's second son. He McDermid, superintendent ol the Gait hospital, wishes to publiclj acknowledge with thanks the follow ing donations which were received at the hospital during the holidays: DT. Campbell, turkey and candies; Mrs. Mewb'iirn, turkey; Bentley Co., lieutenant ot the Coldstreara Guards and is 27 years old. Dare's father is a lawyer's. oranges, ties, socks; braces anc holly; .Mr. Begin, turkey; Hick-Sehl two pocket knives; J. D. Higinbotham toilet water, perfume, combs mirrors, paper .and envelopes, CLUBS AND brueshes and candy, A. B. Staf- The Mission Band of Knox two boxes cigars; StafTord-Agnew will meet Thursday. afteiEoou 18 pocket knives, .Mrs. R. Burgess 435. Hudson Bay Co., 1 case oranges one case apples; Donald McKillop The Altar Society of St. tree; Piche Miron, tur- church meet at the convent at and geese; F. Hopkins, turkeys o'clock tomorrow afternoon for chickens: H. McKillop Co., figs, ing. and raisins; P. Burns Co., Mr. Bradshaw (Wm. Head Co.) young of St. Patrick- an old patient ?10; Ladies' church will meet with Mrs. Society, cut flo'wers and plants; of 12th street and Fifth and members Chinook for sewing this cut flowers.' The annual congregational girls' o3 the Bibble class of St. of Knox church will be held church entertained the men day evening. the clnss at. the cosy home of Miss on Westminster, Road Satur- The Anglican Yojung People's evening. The- treat was the for- sociation of St. Cyprian's church' demanded by the winning side in spend this evening together socially at Uie home of Mrs. Harrison, class" recent membership campaign. dialogues, contests and mus- were tbe forms of amusement of- The Ladies' Aid Society of the guests and the successful church will meet In the club of the competition was Mr. PERFECTION COCOA LEAF LAML) I Give the children Cowan7s Per- fection Cocoa and drink it yourself, It is the best beverage for voune M fc.dold- 153 TfWtv A m> _ And one which you; should take o{ n _ T T without: delay if you have not already done sb Dress Flannels) and FL__tn .ottons Coats, Fur E? T i r1 s and Fur-Lined Coats BisbopiV military The "Quotation: Salad" was a unique feature of -the evening and.by.inatch- ing quotafions-paftherB Vere f'ound for supper, which by Messer.. -After toasts -were responded .several giyer -by tHe Tmen.--- Tu'e sliiguig'of 'tic National The W. A. of St. Augustin's church meet tomorrow afternoon at 3.30. iii'! methods of teaching. Over one'hundred guests' enjoyed the recital St. Augustin's hall by tbe pupils C. Sal- mon on Saturday aiiernoon. Although Mr. Salmo.n is ..but addition the Parish hall. '-TheJunior W. A. Of St. Augustin's riT instructors; in has a large and Exceptionally ;brightyclass oi be- ginners-and a Advanced pa- ifiPils. The presentation of Haydn's by twelve oi his [pupils was the feature of the aftfcr- chorch meet at 4- o'clock afternoon. The Ladies' Aid, Society of the First Baptist church will be held on Wed- nesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Sabbath school teachers of St. Cyprian's church will meet in. the rec- tory at 8 o'clock- Wednesday evening, after the "general session-in the Y.M C.A. Event Debate, "Resolved, that TVO- do more towards the furtherance of missions than mem" Debaters, Mrs. Owens, Miss Prousc tor the affirmative! Mr. R. Cascad- dcn Sha-ntz for the negative. 8 o'clock, sharp. Place, Lecture room of Wesley church. The League members cordially in- te all persons interested in their worlc and the Missionary Committee who has charge of this meeting, has exerted itself to this debate one of the most interesting features of the scries of the winter session. Come and bring your friends. C The Girls' League of St. Cyprian's church met on Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. W. Kingstonc and held their first annual business session. Cd" Mr" most creditably render- Salmon" TV.IS assisted by Mr. Fred Johnston, Mr. Layton and Mr. Chandler. Several instrumental sol- os were given and added, pleasure to; the afternoon were the swr-rt solos rendered by Mr. Sydney Jar .y n who delighted the ,'lkep in i My "and "Wearying For and Mr. Kiiner's accept- able number, "The Vicar's Song." BODY OF BABY WAS FOUND IN THE CEMETERY Thc city police are .inycs.tjgating z. somewhat gruesome find made on Sat- urday evening by Gordon Watt, taker of the Catholic cemetery. While j on his regular rounds he found a tin box covered by a- piece of coats'1 in which were the remains' of which City Health OJncer, Dr. Csmp'- if you are hot a regular llie matter eating is worth ydiif investigate ion.- The City Bakery Beside Fire Hull 'oth, I. iby bell, says was probably only a hours old when death occurred'. few Tfie c.-iretakcr says a woman who is a'.ire- quent visitor to a grave in the ceme- tery reported to him tljafc..sorne FPTO Tveeks ago a rig drove up to. the fence, of the cemetery and man. got but, ---------._. uiiin. uut, The following little girls will serve something inside the'fence' Prcsiricn: I into the rig aga-in and drove Th's clue is being followed'up police with thc object of Ib- Violct Vice-Pres.. -icnnso j away. secretary, Leonore Fisher sick j hy ths committee, Dorothy Gillespie, ShirlyT Gladys Drotrnsfirld, Violet Highfteld, Verlie McQueen and Ailene Jones-; welcome coriimittce, y.ita Wei lington, Rena Wilson, Gladys Holt, Helda eating tho mother of the infant. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Isaac Mcrrltt. formerly; Hcfinsp' in- spector of Xorth Brant is .dead at Brantford, aged 81." Es-Ald. J. El. Plunhett of KamJiton, a rocoimt in the Rad Croit'Drug Book A Cc. have pnotograph pditcardi A- of yesterday's fire at the Bal- Ai moral hotel. JL The Red Crow Drug A Book f 4, 4. j, V MARKETS egv Jaa. May opcatd 09 3-S, closed 9S 7-S; July opened 101 l-S closed 100: cash 1 Nor. 94 2 Kor. Dl 1-2; 3 Nor. SS 1-2; No. 4 84 No. 5; 77 1-8; No. 6, 72; Feed 62- Oats No. 2 C.W. 33 1-4; No 3 aO; No. 4, 40; 38; Fetd 36-' Flax No. i C.W. 2.42. Liverpool Live Stock Liverpool, Jon. Jonn Rogers Co. report iodr.y that although trada Wednesday evening at R.I5 the- Sun- day school teachers of the city will i meet together in thc auditorium of j Thrrc c-Ji5rf'Cn wrre burned ir. their thc Y.M.C.A. Supper will be served. !h.onic at Minn- whib. after which the advisability of organ- izing a Sunday School Teachers' As- irom