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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUARY 21, 1910 i UK L.K 1IIniuUi'rtv "4 tJ.' PAtlE NINE BIG CLEAN-SWEEP SALE STILL GOING STRONG The buying public demand an extension for a few more clays of this bargain giving carnival.-We have grantee! the request but (hc'salc- will positively close Thursday 'evening at 6.00 o'clock. So if you re- quire anything in Dry Goods or Ready-lo- Wear don't delay longer. Gome iat Once Taffetine Petticoats Black only, worth ,'MUSUN TEA APRONS Dainty while lace iriuiui'd Tea Aprons, value, Clearing at 23c A table overflowing with bargains ,Wpql Toques, Jjirls' Hats, Gloves, In- _. fants'-..yeslS, Hqsiery. Your choice (or tor men and Pure knit >arn mKts. OC_ Aalucs up to fiQc for SHEPHERD AND BROKEN CHECK DRESS GOODS 76c'yd Kegi'ar U OG ani) 2u per jard Muslin Corset Covers S9c Fancy lace and embroidery trimmed, slisbtly soiled. Values up lo Clean Sweep at WE ARE SELLING CLOTH AND SERGE SUITS AT You cannot duplicate IhtEe El 510.00. at 36c 60c BLACK CASHMERE HOSE FOR 36c -A-splendid seamless cashmere Blocking In all sires Tor women. At per pair _. ,_._..-. SILK HOSIERY, 75c Women's Silk Hose in black, white, brown and cfcauitaisn. Regular Jl.GO, fafvper 7fip CREPE DE CHWE FOR PER YARD 40 inches -t on All colors aud black. 35 i ride. Get youmy-now 2O per cent. Boys' Overcoats and Suits Here's another chance to buy Real Tweed. Suits in heather mixtures and' greys, and overcoats or chinchilla and tweed in grey and brown at wholesale puces Wednesday and Thursday only. 63-INCH BLEACHED SHEETING 48c 48-INCH PILLOW COTTON ______________4Sd 40c BLEACHED HUCK TOWELLING 70-INCH PURE UNEN TABLING Regular yard. 36-INCH BLEACHED CAMBRIC HN1SH LONG CLOTH Regular 25c anil SOc Values. 17c v 40c WHITE NAINSOOK 38 Inches wide. 25c Fancy Wrapperette, 13c back .Tvrappcrelles jjitlerns Regular values SOc yard. CLEARING AT PER YARD at Less than Cost Dominion BuUmg Fourth Arcane Sooth r HONE 1224 WHEN YOU ARE OLD When j-ou old auJ auJ tul] of sleep. And nodding by the uke ilo-A-u Ibis AuJ Blowly read, and of the soil look Your eyea had onte, ct Uieir sbadowa deep; j How many lored your uioniiiuti of j elad loved your Ijeamv wiiu love j false or true; But cue mail loved ilu- roul iu -j-ou. luved thrt of yoar thang- iog face. U. Yoain. kirSs nieel in Kuox church. On jicsJaJ' and from 7.15 to 1Aj j in Wesley HaU H is hplil lor: ih? young people of Ihe city, lo'li i youug men uoU young womeji. j The Thistle Sewing Circle will meet' wHh ilra. Biiand, C40 Tib Bi. south. on Wednesday afternoon for Red sewing. t The C. C. L T. of I'ulicd thuu-li will meet lu the hall tonight ai T.vO o'clock Inalead of 7-Si> as ennousicfl in laet Drill's paper. All members of St. (.'ypriau's (lirl JuMes arc to be yrcstin ai lit mce.ting'Wednesday (-ventnB. itn- 0 PERSONAL v Mr. and Mrs. KHpltrir ford were week-end vijii ul XoWo oia in the Mr.'.J. W. Jacobs, barristtr, uf Cards- ton is a business visitor in Lc-tutriJge. Mt II. 0. C. Salmon left tbe be- ginning ol the week to Join Mrs. Sal- mon In California. Mrs. C. A. Little ha3 returnuil from a short visit lo Calgary. Mrs. HotUwell with bor liule son. lell ycslerlay fur Medidne Hat to meet her husband, J. T. Kolbwell who Is rclurning from Kev. Canon llayefi spent Sun- day in the cily has returned lo CaE- Mrs. Brfttoner ot Edmonioii is a vis- itor in tbe city, the her sUter, >trs. Charts McKillop. FOOD BOARD FLASHES -f -5 The fact that, some muUou fau Ify easliy it siecesaary (o take special UTetautlons in liie priiparatiou gravies wilh Hour. Of Ihft Iwo IhoJd of making gravy of ihivkening a liquiil; a mixture o[ Hour and thai of heating flour In tbe fat and thcri atl'diug the latter is to be preferred in tin; uf mutton. t v1 o THRIFT RECIPES. (Issutd by tbs Cattails Food Dosinl.l Vcaetable Hath. Colil cooked vegetables. Seasonings. Enough milk or water to moisten and. small quantity fat. Heat together in a frying 2 cups diced loioked 1 cup diced 'cooked carrots. 'l cup diced cooking turnip. 1 cap tomato. 2 tablespoons onion. 4 o- o BUSINESS WOMEN'S v LUNCHEON GROCERY SPECIALS For WED. and THUR. fiut-61 Ontario, per Ib u L- s v; p! e- Dd Si! l n i.OU value, im> Kvajiorattd MHfc. Braiidt UP.? for 32c L80 90c George Washington small size, Un................ Medium 1 tin.. .iv tier ......bOc Lennox Soap, extra special, 10 bars for 5Sc DiH Pk'blts. i.lbbvs, licr tin................. Ctiocclato, 'Caw-' an's. ij Ih. bars, i A each 1VC Liquiil Atmuorjfa, iters -a n boll le X C Lima Beans, per ib...................... ZOc Kuige way's Old Conn- iry Tea, per Ib. Primes, choice 25 1U. box Picnic per Onious, 10 Its. for........... 75c 4.25 28c 25c- NO CHARGES FOR DELIVERY PHONE SOCIAL PURE WQQL HUG-ME-TIGHTS Gror or all white.'Value L Clearing Wednesday t 'Mias Irene Field entertained a num- ber o! liUle triepda party en Sat- i unlay at lier home, the'occasion being [her fourth hfrthttay. The little giieata invited Misses Dorothy Heffcrn, P'hylfs anil Xei rlie Bowher and Masters George Uits- worth. Jftmcs liowter, i and -Joe IJowlief. in honor of Mrs, Parley .Carter's fortieth her1, friends i idel at her home on Friday. Jan..l' Supper was served to fifteen friends, which the' limp Was passed in games arid card" playing. 'The guests a most evening. annual lunchroii of the''Art Nee'dleworfc Club was'' held tit :he Hiome.ot A- SfrnpsorTai one o'clock Koifrleen members were present anil sat down at Ihe prettily appointed table decorated in red and White, n-itlj far- nations of the same color. At the elusion of a very delicious luncluoh Mrs. Young, president ccoiiug year, read nn amusing piece poetry and Mrs. Simpson on -behalf of tho club, presented the retiring prejulenj and secretary, Mrs. J, B. Koss'and .Mrs, J. haudsome bdpiiiuiis of carnations. The club has had a vary successful year, the annual repprliVuotag given immediately After the luncheon. ITS pairs ot socks having besn made tor patriotic purposes during the year. An enjoyable meeting'was hel-1 afterwards the members bringing their'sewing. number of young business women turned put for the luncheon- which was held in the basement ot Knoi church at noon today. The fear expressed that one "would not gel enough to cat" was quite diajiellefl af- :er, yartakiug of a beany luncheon served cafeteria which is quite out ol proportion to the nominal charge of 10 cents that is being made. Miss Sax man addressed the girls and gave an interesting talk OH business vromen which was of a mosl re'resh- ng character. These Um'cheuns are served every Tuesday and Thursday from 12 to 1.30 and the business wom- en drop in to'suit their own conven- ience. This is quite a novel Idea ami ta rapidly becoming popular wHU the bnsincss women of the city. Miss Saxmnn is a'most enterlnining speak' er and has great sympathy wllh girls. She gives a iiilerestiug little- lalfc each' noon hour oh these "days. On at 4.15 Saiman'meets the girUtof the High School in Kndr church and on Wednesday and Friday evenings a meeting i in HfllJ for all young people, both young men and -young women. GENERAL MEETING OF MATHESIS CLUB W.I SbisWeeb. in the Git? Churches mm-K Xnojc-Tuesday niEht uer quartet Ktve Tbe Zoell- concert In cljilrch, under the auspices and n. aid. of the choir. Among the present day music organ bat the Zoellner qusr- tet, in addition to Its rare artistic merit, Is untrue In llts Tho ilnloii MMlIng of. tile C. C. I, T. will be held In Wtstay hall'm Friday 7 and -will lie drtsstd bx. Miss .On frqnijlJ to' 1.30, a Iniclieou ivhlch ntis as the appeal boan from me decision of the couclllallon boa'rd" under the Industrial Diapules Act, and J. T.'.Oimn, by Ihfe police. Sir WUHam Meredith (lot a .season ticket lor the Lyceum Irtln S. Cobb Is wmd In Kiiox c'hurch battment, MonUVIllc Mower and ethers. On IVvdncsilay aH.15 the School I'rke a splendid -breadth of tone, power of technique and rare-luterpretatlfe lii- slght tbat would-'uiaVe1 men with envy. It is natural; therefore, thit audiences centre much friendly Interest upon the -work of attractive'.young woman, whose Rrtistry Has won much iustinled cpniums from 'press: and musical crit- ics. Such interest sometimes taVes an araualDB turn.. as waa ijie .case during- a .recent-concert tne; qnartel gave in New The Zocllners J had just finiahed the ticst movement of tbelr opening number anil :vere bowing their the ovatioii It Uad'eUcUetl when an ardent in the middle of the houzs sprang lo her feet: brella enthusla'stically" on, the i floor, sjie shrilled trlunipnant ;yoice that the' entire uuild-. ing, never thought I'd live to sse it, but It coaiei to womsn leading tiree men. 'VOTES TOH Tills fariiqus quartet will be heard in church tonight 'it1 S'.SO. Ad--' mission, jl.OO.' Tba.'price "'cifarged in Calgary for' this ittractlon "is to 12.50. of eeu awarded -the U.S.O. has flet a season ticXvt for tbe Lyceum including Irvin S.- Cobb, Monlaville Flower wriU keepr for months and yet retain ill its medicinal powers. These but two of the many reasons why Buk Is the most widely used balm. It has been proved best for all sores, eczema, bad legs, ulctrs, abscesses, scalp sores, boils, pimples, ringworm, blood- poisoning, piles, burns, scalds, cuts, stiff neck and rhenrnatism, 3 for All or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. Send this advertiscinent and Ic. (for return postage) and TRIAL BOX will be sent you. Jiatn-BuK ;