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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta J*asre 8 THE LETHRRTDGE pATLY HERAM1 1 �' ==a^;. ' .....=fr Iftir nn r Saturday. Jamtary 18, 1913 S-A-L-E Many of the Best Bargasns Were Reserved For Monday Bargain Day TO those who will make it a point to be here early Monday morning we promise the finest bargains of the whole sale, and that means a lot when you think of the good things we have been doing ever since last Thursday morning. Don't say to yourself the bargains are all picked over for we are offering an entirely different line of merchandise. Remembgr we stand back of every item advertised. No flim-flam methods - - when we said $1.00 Silks for 25c we delivered the goods, and hundreds of satisfied customers will be our best advertisement for months to come. Read About the Coupon at the Bottom of Ad. Get Here Monday - - It's a Day of O-p-p-o-r-t-u-n-i-t-i-e-s Blk. Tights now in the Big Sale Black Silk Tat Underskirts 10 only, black Silk Taffeta �Underskirts, sbld at JL50, $.175; on sale Monday while they last, one to a customer 95c Rummage in CurtainMter'ls American made, double faced casement cloths, fast colors, worth up to 35c; clear- ing at. 124 An extraordinary offering in Waists A clean up on waists that sold as high as �$1.50. These waists would he fine for house-wear and the price does-not represent the cost of making. It's a big special and should appeal to all those who are desirous of getting something practically for nothing. The sizes are principally 34, 36, and 38: materials of all descriptions. Be here early. Just the time .of year for black tights. Here is a bargain- $1.00, $1.25 and $1.40 Women's Tights all on sale. 75c Finest English FlanTts to go Another 10 pieces of those wide flnr.nelettes, in neat stripes, worth up to 15c; while they last, your choice. n Here's Another Big Special Another bargain in dress goods, Just as gfx>d as Thursday's sensational offering. This time we have placed all our finest evening dress goods, silk ela-mines. fancy tussores, bordered Sicilians, fancy cheviots,-satin meteors, whipcord serges, Venetians, , broadcloths and all other materials; worth as high as $2.50-at the lowest price ever recorded for such high grade goods-65c a yard. Prices Cut in two Read this Here is a chance to buy Watson's Silk and Wool, Cashmere and "all-wool underwear, worth up to ?1.'50 a garment, at exactly half price, and to make,the offering an extra special inducement, we havar ' that Relishing, sea-salty taste Is so templing I All its wholesome, ocean goodness intact in sanitary package. Recipe? (simple) enclosed. Ask your dealer for "HALIFAX "and "ACADIA" CODFISH. school at 10:30, followed by pva"h- side of the river known a-s Kipp mis- jng selviee. There will ho no evening siou in the Methodist church has ibeeii service. | given over to the Presbyterian church u/ESLEY CHURCH-Rev. T. P. on the understanding that suitable (perry, pastor. Morning subject, "TV-e compensation will be made some- cure'0f the nobleman's son.' Evening where else while the work in the' subject, "Christ's final pledge." Sun-Brunette district of which little is as j c|ay school and adult Bible class 3 p. j yet known, has been transferred by j m, \^ ulc morning service the choir the Preshyterians. to' the Methodists j.wil] sjng Maundet's "Just as I am," i on a similar understanding. .Among1 While in the cven:ng Stainer's "I am 1 , those present at the merttng were I Rev. Mr. McKenzie,' High River; Rev. Mr. Boyle, Macleod, and Rev. ' Mr. Bryan, Lethhridge, representing the Presbyterian church, also Supt. , T. C. Buchanan and . Dr. Ferguson, j Calgary. The. Methodist ministerial ; representatives were Rev. Mr. Dal-I gleish, High River ; Rev. Mr. Harri-: son, Claresholm, and Rev. T. P,. I Perry, Lethhridge. Others in attend-I ance were Rev. A. G. Cameron, Leth-| bridge ; Rev. W. T. Young, Frank ; ' Rev. VV. H. Irwin, Bellevue. The only-layman present was James MeKin-ney, of Claresholm, representing the | Methodist church. Rev. Mr. Harrison was re-elected chairman', and Rev Mr. Boyle re-elected secretary. Alpha and Omega" will be rendered. Rhynd Jamieson will also sing at both services. " Hobby SHow Will be Take Off ___i_� (Continued from front page) CHURCH SERVICES FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST-Royal Bank block. 11 a.mi Wednesday evening testimony meeting S p.m. The reading room is ,open to everyone every day from three to five p.m'. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH; Corner 5th avenue and 18th-street N- Rev. C. B. McKinnon, pastor. 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday school, 3 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m. Choir practice, Thursday 8 p.m. All are welcome. ' .  ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH (Anglican)-Corner Eighth avenue and Eleventh street South.-Rev. Canon Mc. Millan, Tector. Matins, 11 a.m. Sunday school and Bible class, 3 p.m. Bap tism, 4 p.m. Evensong. 7.30 u.m. Holy Communion at 8:30 a.m. on the first and uurd ouudays, uUa at !.��'fin'. e'""h service CHRISTADELPHIANiS - At 638 12th St., A., N., (between 6th and 7th Ave.). Breaking of bread 4 p.m. Industry Carpentry-Tie racks, boxes, book racks, model boats, etc. Woodworking, Carving - Picture frames, gavels, boxes, handles, etci Metal Work and Forging-Engines, machines, motors, etc. Electrical Apparatus-Motors, "dynamos, wireless telegraph, etc. Mechanical, Architectural and Marine Drawing. Printing-Business cards, letter heads, envelope corners, dodgers, shipping tags, etc. Arts and Crafts-Brass and copper work, leather work, basketry, burnt wood, clay modelling and pottery. Arts Paintings-Oil and water color portraits, landscapes, animals, still-life. Drawing-Pen and ink, crayon,-'pen.; cil, landscape, animals, cartoons, etc. Sign Writing and Posters. Design-Book covers, wall papers, stencil patterns. �  ' Photography-'Portrait, ��' landscapes, birds or animals, pictures bf Lethhridge, freak.- pictures.  '� Collections: " ' '- ' ' Stamps, coins, buttons (mounted), natural history specimens,'pest cards, blotters and curios. Pet Animals (Under 5001bs. weight)-Dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, pigeons, etc Among the Exhibitors Mr. J. D. Higinbotham, a local hob-bylst, will display his collection of curios. A large, number of stamp enthusiasts have asked for . display space. A space.in the art exhibit'will be given to the pointings and drawings made by public school pupils under the instruction of Miss- Nim-mons. Two complete wireless telegraphy outfits, belonging to Jock Waddell and Ralph Wa'ddington, will be set up and messages sent and received. One boy is working on a model aeroplane, another boy will ex- SEAL BRAM> COFFEE Evening service 7:30 p.m. A lecture will be delivered by Sidney T. Bats- j..nibit fret^ work that, .has *}[e*Ayte* ford, subject, '(Doer man -continue -to " " * ~~* r fJEW MANAGEMENT WILL START OM MONDAY f^T^ejsplte^mors to the contrary A. BqnjtjSardi wllli:retire' from active mer-p^ari^islng I business In Lethhridge '^rfito* thV/next week.' The papers anil on Monday the store will open under the now managership, to be known as the Royal Stores. Mr. Southard is required to disposo of some $8,000 worthof stock, which will be sold by auction. Mr. Southard and family will leave aboiu January 25 -for California. WILL BE BURIED IN OTTAWA Ottawa, Jan. 17.-The funeral of the late J. Edward O'Connor, K.C., of Winnipeg, son of the late Mr. Justice O'Connor, will take place in Ottawa, on Tuesday mpmlag, The doceap�d died In Englar.i4. /�:.' ."';!-. w TO SELL. LITHIA WATER Ottawa, Jan. 17.-Notice is givah of the incorporation of tho Banff Lithia Water Co., Ltd., with a capital stock of $200,000, and headquarters at Banff Alta. The incorporators are R. K. McLean, G. > I-I. Anderson, John B. WatEon, A. H. Henderson, of Calgary, and.-Drl Robert'jtj. Brett, of Banff. V live between death, and the resurrection ?ri Everyli'ody welcome. Bring your Bibles. No collection." WBSTMINS'lElf ta-OuiCH (MeUi-odist)-Rev. Joseph Wcodsworth pastor, will occupy t!ie pulpit niorning and evening. Sunday school and Bible class 3 p.m. Ail are heartily welcome. ST. AUGUSTIN'S; CHURCH-Corner 2nd Aye. and 8th St. Rev. Canon Murrel-Wright, rector. Holy Communion every Sunday monvng at 8 o'clock, and on the first Sunday of the month at the eleven o'clock service. ' 11 a. m.. Matins. Sunday school and Bible class 3 p.m. Evensong 7:30 p.m. INTERNATIONAL. BIBLE. STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION-Room 7, Alberta Loan and Investment Company building, Fifth street South. Meets eveTy Sunday at 3 p.m. ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN- At the home of Rev. C. Grant, 1509 Sixth Ave, S., January 19. Services, 11 a.m. and i;oU p.m. Suncuy-school, 2.X0 p.m. Catechism cI.ihs, Tuesday and Friday, 4:30 p.m. Bible surprises. McAdams' coat and hat study, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.  shop will release the public of their KNOX PRESBYTERIAN-Minister. handsome outer garments, and at the Rev. A. C-. Cameron. Services 11 'a. j same time a small coin, which will go m. and 7:30 p.m. The minister will j in tha-general fund. Hungry patrons preach at both services. Morning sub-i will find a ready spot to leave their ject. "The Brook That Failed." Ev- appetites in Le Cafe de Paris. It is ening, "Heading G6dward," monthly absolutely the finest equipped rs-address to young people, v Sabbath taurant in � No-rth America, and\wiU school and Bible classes at 3 p.m. ' be un4sr the perspnal direction' of. Chinese class at 4 p.m. Morning an- Will-He Frame and Will-He Simpson, them, "O Love the Lord", f.Sulli- formerly chefs in Fat's Waldorl'-Cas-van). Offertory solo, "A Hymn of toria. 1 Faith",, (Metcalf), Miss Lunibard. j , The Midway ' Evening, "Harken Unto Me O My The Midway shows promise to be People", (Sullivan). So'o, "There is positively tbe most opulent amiisd-' a Land of Pure Delight", (Smith), meut attractions ev.er staged. The' Mr. Fleming. Strangers and visitors _ always welcome. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH-Rey. A. C. Watson, pastor. Services ^11 be held in the Bijou Theatre at 11 a.m. and 7.30'p.m, Elvening subject, "Her-esy under the acid test." DISCIPLES OF CHRIST-Services will be held in the First Baptist church, tomorrow morning. Sunday en a good many prizes at Expositions ind fairs. ' 1. A . tV Probably the rnostpcpular exhibit will be in the menagerie or animal show. Spac? has hoen reserved hero for boys' pets of every color, size and description. Cagas will be built, so ihe "spectators need have no fear In inspecting the- ferocious man-eating anlma'.s. Scattered all through the exposition grounds will be found refreshment booths and fair stands. A large triangular-shaped candy booth decorated with lights and bunting will no doubt prove to ba a popular spot before the evening is over. At one corner of the grounds will be pitched the tent of the celebrated Egyptian princess Cleopatra, a graduate of the "Whoop Up" school of palmistry.' Another corner will be reserved for the famous African ball dodger, Bsrtle Sing. Roddy Macbeth has a get-rich-quick scheme that is guaranteed to, fool tho general public, and stillleave a feeling of "muriey's wurth" with his patrons. LittLs Jack Horner will be there with his pie, plumbed full of CHASE AN3> SANBORN KWcSiSvcr Grace, beauty and qualityl are all,;. combined in silver" articles marked This brand, known as "SilpetMaiethat Wears'' is made in, the heaviest > grade; of plate. There are many designs from which to; choose.l ' Sold bjr Leading Dealers popular .'price,*<5f five cents- is attached, and everyone will feel the evening has. riot.  been properly spent unless two or thfeo shows at least have beieh, attended. Probably the "most stupendous aggregation of imposing spectacles to be presented in Lethhridge this season will be produced in the latest circus creation, "McKillmurrayup'S ' One-Lung Sircusf." /this will be' held In the gs'mhasium,;^nd .will positively guarantee satisfaction or your nickel will be cheerfully handed.back. A local contingent of cork artists will present the Old Virginia Plantation in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium. From start to finish the show is a perfect flocd of comedy, staged by one of the best companies of laugh makers ever organized. Other shows that are equally amusing will be Wallace & Bonnell's anl-. mal show; Harrison's Laughing Palace; Robinson & ' Gillespie's "Giggle Alley" galleryj .McKain & Campbell's Deep Sea Divers; Held & Taylor's Picture Show, and the Electrical Palace. The whole show is full of amazing, perplexing, astounding, confusing,, charming, thrilling, delighting, an