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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1011 THE LRTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Artntrii iivritK Crowd At The Rummage Sale Tlit-iv is no lot to tlio i-rowils iiiiil tho enormous iiimmul of extra liusiucss Values liko we; sire giving will t'oiuiime to jinck tlio sloro For Four More Lucky Days ami about mauy cou- pons have von saved Uniit-inlier then; is :i coupon given with every sale. So make it a point to hi; here as nuiny liioe.s as you ean On Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday Keep vour eye open lor another list of we are unpacking nearly a thousand dollars' worth of new goods which, arrived only yesterday. They were too late for the opening days but Will Create Another Sensation for the Remaining Days of the Big Sale Take our word for it, these goods will be on stile at prices lower thun you ever hoard of before in Lethbridge or even in the big down-enHt department store. They will be .on sale Wednesday Fuller particulars will be in t'o- morrow's paper MILADl Res.ll 15 Office 1224 TODAY'S (J1HL We kun'-k i-iitiu'c her, si'ohl, We thai vit-te v.-iscr, More eaj'aHe anil HIT [idtlj wf'ie alwuis stalking Ti> i-r'ticri.'i1 tal'-.h v. Her clothes, her way of ft ing, Her manui-rs and her mind. TWe say, "Oh t'gMy Erivolnus ami iligMj Ar.d all her ways arc mighty lo Khf dances ai.rt sh? chillers. Our olJrn she shatters And at serious matters With unabaU-cl gler.'1 'f: cljirJe and ive coirrct her. 'e yliadriiv and detect her, 'f study ami dissrct her With alt her smiles and tears, cri looVrit-.f- tj'er r.or d learning to artore Shr iusl lifee jdrls Effort her ir twehty years Rylands Co. Concluding1 a Kcal Sale New York, they proceed to their new home at tSO Mouniam avenue, Montreal. Mrs. .llyinnrr, ulio has lisit- ins hir sister, Mrs. Williamson Tay- lor, ic-stenJay for where stic will meet Jlr, Uyniner and RO to i l.eihbridge to a, short lime before returning Ui Wtstmir.sler. Kdjuontoo Capital. 'i'he Woman's Civic Club enler-' tain wotneii visitors in the eJty during the Convention at a 1 evfirnp in Y M.C.A. on I at jThe 'jonor are accoiiJpd the of bringing their husbands. ate also the n.finLeis cE the Civic jt'lub. A fir.e program has Ijpen prepsred, {and tvpfythiuK po'SJ'.le is io entfitain liiitots as enjoy- ably as possible. Clubs and Societies Mrs. Sydney -Jackson is entertain- The Sir-Six club will meet toraor- ig n few friends at a little informal ro-.v evening, ViMi Miss Angle Dav.-- bridee this evening. den, Fourth v a Will and Feed litnrtejson havc're- jrnrd to continue tl.cir studies at Upper Canada College. Mrs. W. J. Armstrong will he a ridge hostess on Wednesday aiter- ioon, in honor of Mrs. Slaccy's house .ucst, .Mrs. Rroadfoot, of Ilegjna.1 Mr. l.eadlietter. who was taken to the Gait hospital on Saturday, un- derwent an operation yesterday and is doing as well as caa be expected. Inspector J. -Morgan will spend the next two days in Cardston. 7Vio companions tof the Forest hold a wlitst drive in Sf. Mary's i'jr- ish hall tonight at o'clock. The members are asked to meet at sharp to get through with the busi- ness. A pplKiilid meeting of the Westmin- ster Guild of Knoji church was pn Monday evening. Most papers oq "The. Cbnrch Budget" worn read by Miss Ina Mcljeay, Miss Hen- derson and Mr. McAlplne. A well-attended of St. Mary's Guild iras heM on -Monday af- ternbopr. and the ladles decided to hold a Valentiifo supper in Mr. Will Gibbons entertained a few friends at bridge evening in or of his birthday. pretty favor j the was won by Mr. F- MacDonald. I ary il. and Mra? T 'f .ouaiesses al Mr. C'harlle Uutler, S22 Twelfth HI., 13., N., was surprised on Mon-1 by a numter of his young girl and boy friends in com memo n- deparimenl of tho esia ojub TylH'incet promptly ftt'thrtl fioa of his birthday, trames and inu- afternoon .with Mrs sic- all, after which j 630 Twelf'th' Street, very inviting viands were served. TflV.bB Tt.e tea, announced to be given at at the home ot Mis. W. A. Hamilton or.'Thursday aftemoon, under ths aus- picts of Wesley Lad'es' Aid, has been postponed, until Mrs, Hamilton rc- coveis from a slight altaci of tonsil- itis. The recital" be given by Mrs. "f he lllustratea by 'h, Haydn, tavliifion this meeting. LMIsgipnary nlgCiL at 3t. Cynrian's A. Y. P; AV tvas obserTCiJ last night, the feaVii re. aa Mr. Ce- Xrllic McClung, ihe rioted Canadian cU ScqtVpii "Indja and Burma." Mr. authoress reader, in Knox church] Scott "spoke on' the uoverlr of India on" Thursday nighlv is an event ou and the characteristics ol interest', and no douiit a the llintlu. Hide peraonal sketch- capacity audirncr. will seize the op- 1 es o' his own life in India were ex- portiniity of heating this talented ceedlnply JnteresIIng- and enlivened writfr. Mrs. S. Hall was hostess o! a ilrli.'litfu! tea hour function yesterday. A guessing contest resulted: in Mrs. W. C. Ivcs and >ics. J. Xelson u'" mi ing the pretU favors. address not a little. ARREST FOLLOWED Mtsa Deliiah TlnitUcy, 10 yea.E old, vi'lio eloped from her homo at Mount >Iolley, N.J., with Joel M, l-'ostei. Koater n mlllicnatre and deserted his wife and daughter to run away vrlth Miss Urndloy.. Foster la now being held a prisoner In Mobile, Ala-, under the Fufcral While Slave law, and >Hss Hradtey ii being detained as a witness of Mnntical, which he held Mnce ncaiupt him. Neighbors of Foster in Mount Kolloy threaten to tar and foa- isflp. ther lilsn when lio .returns. The other picture Is that of .loel M, Foster. A fairly good attendance marked Wesley v'pworth league on Mc-ntlay evening, -nnd a thoroughly InlereatJn discussion took place on the question "Arc facing an economic This subject treated nt a pre- Ihe has been arranged, and I '-lous tnrctlng. the disciission was v.ill shortly take bcUeen Cap- i timely nnil moropr'ale. A vocal solo ta'ti Corn, of Uranshill I'ark, by Mrs. HOFR much apprcclatetl. cM si ron cf Anthony! fore, llartf (he only library con> d-.ictcJ by Ihe "Hw-L-r Ouild ol t'i I I U We imvc openoil ui> a fresh shipment of those Cambridge Saiuasea. If you liuve not tried them yd, send for an order tomor- 1 Q A raw. Wednesday, per ncund _________ IwW English Cretonnes up to 35c 9c yard Just fcur pieces of this heavy L'ngllflh Cretonne to go on. snip-tomorrow. One Is red giound with greeii coloring in tapestry effect; others are In green and blue and rose find Ian shades. 31 Inches wide. Up to 3Se. Wednesday Q _. Per yard WW Floor Oil Cloth and Lino Remnants half price Just a few pieces of Canadian and English Floor Cloths and Ltoca. AUo a few Inlaid Remnants. On Wednesday we are offering llieae Just One-Half Price Hudson's Bay Stores Do With Present Oulfit for Twoj ris'Tnient the [tatient had recover- ed ccjlfcfourneas.. I thcrelit the end had cone this morning. Hla case bDc'arae yeiy seri- ous. -We are just Sir Jnuies alive with Jieart said Dr. r'crhedran. At 5 p.m, Dr. Clark said lliere no change In Sir Jamesi' Skatrs ol Appin, Ont., has dlsm'.ssed and rcr-lactd Jy a Coasirrall'.e. "In Ilirec year5 (he Tea have Increased their sales S.aoo.O-'H pounds. In other they have added In their already large trade, consumption in tho Dominion of Can- go for a few minutes, lila heart almost e.oaalng lo beat, Dozing laat night about o'clock, ho awoVo In ft bad dotirfum. From thnl time on his ease as- Burned alarming prospects, unconscious, hut (eti o-'- ftloclt this morning when took COWANS PERFECTION COCOA HeiUWwl- pure Sold Everywhere w'ilf In the opfnion of these most vllajly concerned, have an tin- porlant thu bus- iness of the couVng year. Is the de- cision to bs reached by tho Farmers' convention In fpsard to ft resolution thu purchsso of menls and machinery, which urges thai farnaava repair further purchases dur- ing tbo jta'r. The by No. niRpiilne nnd imple- mcr.t urge farmers to buy, subject ss being easy, they pnco have tho farmpr'3 to papers, then they crowd him without mercy, "therefore, ho it resolved, that wo. rocommend thftt all farmers repair their machinery and Implements, If need bo, (6 make them last or.o more year, wid.bity no maoMnery or Imple- ments for the next twelve months." Sotno real live debates nre expecl- fid to be prcctyftalnd nt the convention which opens tomorrow morning, but tho question of most ab- sorbing interest to, membtrs of the union, as well as lo fanners through- out the v.'iGthtr members not, lo tho nnblic, at Iflvge, nnii to the elevator rrnn, in the I'armera' Co- Operative Eloyator taujle. A largo 1 number o[ Iht t-lcvalcr men will be present at the convention to hear the which ilhely commtr.eo with Iho introfluction of tfte resolu- tion moved by ihe Strathnore Union No. 58, Henry Soreuton, president, condemning (he prc-scnt arranjcment, MARRIED UNDER EUGENIC Maxwell Gregg yr Grace Margaret Knoll. Wisconsin's first eugenic couple. They are 11 first man anil woman to bo married under the eugonlc law In that Stal required thEt every man entering matrimony have a physician's c( tlflcatc of JieMth. Mr, Orcgg is a director of the Y.M.C.A., Mllwauke and his liridc all-round KAIftER IS NOT ILL Berlin, Is officially de ctared Is nn truth In Uio current today of the iUn of What Explains Its Enormous Popularity BLUEWBBON TEA Is always (lie same perfect tea. Its quality never changes. Users know It is Mie I5c.s( Ten. Ash for it by name. Send this Advertisement with 26 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The belt bock (or use In Canada Write name and adcirtii plJinljr, ;