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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta LETOBUIDGE DAILY HERALD ay, .January 19. 1. I orden Dennetts If WEEKLY NEWS jf hWe just placed fe stock two large shipments II r117 These goodsare f ,ol tlle very best and every article is guaranteed. The folloWihg are a few of the 3 many.lines carry--- Curd, very deli- Ifa.ldie. per Ib CjAr [i C0'lli'il' Ib Honey (pure) per 1 Ib. j :J5r JVr. Ibs. Peaches, choice now JVr case of 7 Kvaporated Apples, choice Cali- .loniin slock, per Strawberries (Jubilee per .15c Mrawherries. Premier brand, per 1'Uims. Lynn Valley' '2 cans for Pineapple, sliced. 3 cans for -Peaches. Duchess brand, peri) Ib. Apricots, Duchess'Uraud. per can 25c Tomatoes. '.Maple- Leaf Brand, per Per case of 24 cans Tens. Porter liramL per can .15c Per case of 24 tins Corn. Lynn Valley Brand. 2 cans for .........'...'....V...25C Per case of 24 cans Tiii-o Pancake Flour, per pkuv25r- Puritan Pancake Tloiir. pko-. 25c Garry Pancake Flour" .2.V Quaker Ixollcil per Post ToasHes. per phr. .T .Ifa .i'e Marmiilade, glass Ciilvei's.JcJly. Blark or Ke-d Uur- rani. per 1 Ib. o-jtMs> jar Chiver's Jams, all flavors, ]HM- 1 dass jars........... C. B. Vinegar, per bottle Vinegar, per bottle 25e .Red Cross per bottle 20c H. P. .Sauce, per bottle...... 25c Pen-ill's per liottlo........ 3; ISnwat's Worcestershire Sauce. Gmard's Pickles (Imported) per liorrle. (Ws Pickles, per lioi.' Pickles, per bottle. Kcd Cross Pickles per gallon Red Cross.Pickles (Sour) per iral- Ion jar Pickles, per i-2'gaff sealer. Bill Pickles. dozen Salt salmon i.sciir- '.n-ine while fresh, thus re- tainiug its natural flavor. Price per pound.............12 l-2c EDITED GY "UNO" PHONES OFRICE 133. RESIDENCE ii I Corn Flakes, per ..'___ ,.J a complete line .Hour. Feed mul Baled Hnv L.QI; lie conveu.e.ico of oiistoihti-s win, not have a phni.e orders for mid'dchvercdthc dav. 'A trial order Jolic ted istacnon guarnnfepd or inoney flicert'ully refunded fnrgel. our Oo'ods, .Boots and Shoo.s and Grockcrv In order to. rednce the s.ock in those departments o are gsvino- a (liscoinu. of 'A Mord en ennett -526 AVestnnnster Koac'l (Now Thirteenth St.) MEKCHAXTS Lethbridge Dr. de Van's Female Pills bos. ar three Inr'jlO. Scobeil Drcj; Co.. Si. Cmth the Refuse sold at address. Ont. THEATRICAL ox- bix miners were killed by Plosion at Kadersburz. fony PAN'TAGES ACTS AT irom Helena. .Afont. William- Whyre denies the report he' is to retire from railroad life become lieutenant-governor i T .this morning Completely gutted ,he Bastedn ,-01. causing a m MAJESTIC TONIGHT collars A was blow ms at the rime, and with the mercu-v at nine helow fire fighting wa captures -world's This is Our machinery of the modern type and our mtthodt up- to-date. That it why our flour popular. B. Sherman will introduce to- night for the first time in Lethbrldge Pantages full show in which over seventeen people take part. I- is Manager Sherman's intention if engagement proves successful to j STAXFORD-To Mr am] Mr, Q ImaUe u a reenlar thin, for this city Stanford. Cutblll south unpleasant task. BORN ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO., LTD jand it is hoped that she natrons of this j theatre will turn out in full force for ;Tlie which commences at S.-lf. l sharp. The same show has been run-! Ring for the past at fne Empire (Tnearrc. Caignry. 10 capacity brismess iand lakinp pan are ihc' Six introducing thr vaiidevlUe world in this Anrl alono i? worth the price i adraittanve. The Croniwells Eng-' jlfsh novelty jagjtlers. are in a class I i themselves. Rire's teue wiH bring something: new in the' musical line. Ar.rlorson and in ,rheir playlet entitled "On thr are a scream from start to finish. Handy and wife, original sosp bubblo manipulators, wil! do to j make ihi? hill one of :br i ;entenainmenis seen -n rhi? rirv' jand aJon? several other r.p acts ibe Majestic tonight will jbe the Fcene of something local opfJon bylaw in Moose Jatr. TL asc tccinlcaL SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Miss .Mclteth will recc-ii'e tu- morrow. t Mrs. Kdgar Hill will entertain six tables at cards tomorrow aiternoon. t -Mrs. j. t'. Simpson will not receive tomorrow but v.-ill be HI home to her mends Friday, jau. I'Ttli. v Tomorrow evening's assembly dance be a 15al 1'oiulre is eagerly amicipated by ihe members or the club. -Mr. and K. A. sHiarman, nave lieon spending the .past four months in are o.xtiectod to i arrive in the tomorrow. I j Hoth rehearsals of the opera "Hillie Taylor" held ia the Majestic theatre j yesierday afternoon ami evening i were well attended by the enthus- I lastic iiieuiber.-, of ihe "compjiiiy." j'liie ilate for the onera'a preseutaiioii "at not Ueeu decided upon but it i 'vvill probably be.given on the Is: or j -nd day of February. Costumes are j given out at the Couservatoiy. I today. Those taking part have all entered into the spirit of the opera! and are attending rehearsals three evenings a week and afternoon prac- tices ate being held. A novel little affair which claimed as hostess 'Mrs. Rigby last evening, was an old fashioned high tea to which n very few friends were bidden as courtesy to .Mrs. 'll. who with .Mr. Reeve expects to early in February for ac extended trip abroad. Scarlet and white" carnations lent their beauty and fragrance to the prettily table where covers were laid for cisht. Two ta- bles of bridge were, formed after tea and after several'games'. J. .0. Wilson was awardeH the honor favoi and .Mrs. Cunningham the consolation.) gut. _ CLU3S The Ualt Hospital.. Ladies' Aid So- ciety will meet Satjurday afternoon a- tour iJrrs. "Mewbtiru. The .Choral Society meet this even- ing at eight o'clociv in St. Augustin's tiu'lj. 'Kvery member is urged to at- tend. ,The Ualighters and .Maids land met last evening with tcfe presi-j Mrs. A: Wa'n-en, and decided -o hold another dancing party in ihe near future.. 1'lie Sunday school-teachers of the city, numbering forty-three, were the) guests of the V. C.-A. last eveniu at supper. The appetizing menu served at tl'.reo ntrractively tables ciation's wtiich was used for-the first time, v.-ere much arimireil and the excep- tionally good taste displayed-in- ?eif-ction was commented upon. After supper Secretary TJiomasso.ij called the meeting to order nnd outlining nis plans for the tlon ,of a Sunday school teneluJrs pociation in the city, asked the otfir- IOMS of several of the teachers pres-j ent. most ciithus-i lastic over the idea and it was .ile-j cidert after much discussion to meer at the V. .M.'U. A. for tea each Wed- nesday evening at and at seven o'clock ho.'d a forty-five minuie ses i slon. when the Sunday school Irssoni tor nie following Sunday would bej studied together under the direction of an able teacher. At intervals tho! nest methods of teaching will be the topic before the meeting. Wednes- day evening. Jan. liath the first regu- lar meeting will be held .Mr. Anrirews. principal of the High he asked io address the mem- bers on ".Metcoils of Teaching." The assootation u-jli be glad 10 have any- one wlm is interested in Sabhntii srhool worrk attend the weekly ses-. 7 rleil throiistli siici'ei-si'uJly -after wlm-h a social hour was during whid) the hostess. Airs. assisted by Hydeii. served delicious' refresh I ihe men of St. Ajiple Quality Grocery s Finest fating a 4 Ibs. Florida ihlu skin, delicious. California, c'risji, per Ib Vanderburgh Teeple PHONE 515. rlau's A. i.'. A. entertained the of the class and a number of matrons with a sleighing party. About members and friends of she class'me'iIT at the.home of Mr. and Mrs. to two iiiifto sloighs, each drawn lour horses and enjoyed a joily Successors to'Craddock Viner SHERLOCK BLOCK. 'J' V -I- -i- CUPID'S COURT marring A. JJraiii and around the city and out As far No. Lena Krikeiithal, buih of mis Upon their return to town city, was by the Hcv. J party drove to the home of Mr. J'aniu at on -Mrs. Fisher on CourtlaiuL slrort.; H, Itfll'. The wimcssrs vvero iVev where a hountiOirsuuper was await-'J- Coats.vorth and .Miss l.illio lnem- i.-viarnii. .Mr. and Mrs. Brain will rc- Uev. and Mrs. Mc.Millen showul! in Ureaf Falls, "their interest jn, and appmual of, f social side oi the A. Y. A. by ing present during the latter part vas expressed to the Fisher family I'ross3i- solemnised ihe marriage of lor tueir great and the! James Law-son aad panionusc yo.e, V. i .m CALGARY MAN BUYS HEAVILY II. A. Sinnoil, owner of Hlot-k ami I.0al, Invcsvn-.vnt Co., hoax- liy la oiSu-r tliis rnoriiiiiK to his from the ywticrs, Messrs s m Ifls 11, subilivi- nouse rang with "They Are Jolly Goo.ii .Mary Femes. The KeUows." An attempt was made hy were -Miss TV'inie Femes and j. w s aliil the ladies io express their heart-felt; McDonald. :.Mr. and .Mrs. Lawson left'810" 'Ot I "Ul H- thinks for "the enjoj'able evening. la'er in the afternoon for a short wcd-t '-S maiMr; 8 DUt. ttlP. lint'C Tirif fllnw l ri .i._-- i i DIED DURING STORM ami property is lots l, 2. out, the boys would not lend theii-; trip auj upon their return they 1 crceiius a large aparum-ni ears to anything but "three good; reside on Brunton street. j block on part of the bur- j )Jlls report is denied ai the oflicf's of c Alherta Cn I M v_O. the annual business meeting of St. Andrew's church La'dies' Aid So- ciety was held at the home of Mrs. Oiiraour, Xorth Lothbridge, yesterday) atternoou. The .financial report ed that the total receipts for the' year were tho expendiiurer ?131.70 and the balance ro their creel-i it in the bank of Fora from lilt; difTereiiI rauche.s localpd tically new society-this report is KOtith of here, ..would indicate that con i" most commendable and shows imtir-. sirierabk loss was susiainctl -iiirin.'! ing and energeilc work Uu- cold wj-atlirr. Manv noor-I lj'e .clectioii of died-ht-forc they could j hostess served te.i and the; b rough t .'o fo] a hour dainties. The The -arc now to serve the society for 191ljcalllc as far as I cold, raw weather 'continues hpav'v I 1 L 1 joss may be expected. A prominent i j rancher the day t'nit. j during tlic storm the- caitle were so j j.stiil thai tlu-v could hardly, move. Sir Krancis Oalton, the explorer arid writer, is dead. children of Uahrlal l'ILUe '''ancock island., h county, x. s.._ were burned to rleath .inn. Hi-pocts j Jl1 tlleii' iiomes.-. The father res- Levyof Trew. .Mrs. Brytlen. Secretary, Mrs. Treasurer, Mrs. Gilmour. -visitiiij: committee cuiinin 1.1 Cu v i HUM v- f 'pointed was' as foijp'ws: Mrs. winds disastrous Youns, Mrs. ratiU- cnrl, the drcp.-sVow Mrs. Gilmour and Mrs. Par-! vmls Ihcm from any f scms' ._.. A Chinook would be a welcome visiior'f just now. The postponed business meetin? of Wil! bc j WORLD'S LATEST- :NEWS Tiio Winnipeg-city council has ap- i i pointed a- rommitloc to He-1 the fire in the Kelly block and "the l LiiC I oe inflc more yoii pay for the cheap herUis'.sure to briac. you a bed that re- the snowy of its a ;s Md. never, rettkj. ntvfr be- comes w.obbly.. -U'rit, for Jhe naoe of tw MjJwjr- fnr The of which Vo ym' nlk for i ss in the auditorium. The on's china ami linen, i e market gardeners of Ontario i Quebec waited on Sir Michard to obiec't; to StJires in i Pro quickly stops co throat and Standard Furniture Co. ______ Home of Quality Furniture Our Big Anniversary Sale is nfaking our stock move fast. Prices and Quality tell. You can't afford' to miss tkis sale A number of the young ladies of church gathered at the home of .Mr. 'and -Mrs. A. L. Foster last eveninj for ?he puraosp. of a yoursfl inrijps' Sunday school class. "I'fte followlnj; officers were appoint- ea: j -Miss Fl. Podgcr. president. j .Mis? Oliver, rice-president. Miss Hfnvsett. secretary. i Hnnna. i Miss reporter. -Mrs. Foster appointed anil rcry kindly consented to act in lhar capacity, and .Mr. Foster ciected honorary president of the! class. Tn6 class name was not settled as! me members of the executive com-; mute? not all mrsftnt. so it TO This marter stand in until the hijsinejs Jng be held in the near ns in con-; were neciion wUJi A GREAT BARGAIN Beautifulquarter cut oak, fumed (inisli, Dining Room set consisting Dining Room in. top, 10 ft. extension Buffet, large, with' four cupboards and two drawers, one lined with plush Set Dmmg Chairs, box seat, upholstered in best quality Spanish leather Regularly sold for 4J1 >f A 00 Anniversary price Standard Furniture Co. Next Excelsior Cafe Round St. ;