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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THUHSDAY, JANUAIiy 1911 THE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN. MILADI Phones Kes.1115 Office 1224 THE CARELESS MAN A iuau 1 kuow no careless Ho oft his mlmles. He's (roubles by the dozeu, .vet You'd think he iibver knew regret Bo heedleei of liis woes IB he, He cau't remember oue In three. And many anl many A tad distress He's "oat through that same care les? lifts. .tho past year is leaving to spc-uJ sev- eral. months Id Calgary and oilier I Mrs. Civ.ilfcR DILI Gfteoii'of New York, wife of i-io fumous American artiM. Is ilie Rticsl of T.R.H. the Jliifce knJ IJudie.-s of CouauKhl, at Ottawa. MACLEOD P.INK UNBEATEN IS AT MiUU'intj iiat, Aita., Jnu. ?9. to n'Wi, Chetailer. of Cretrk, ami oi l.cthbrMge. unbeaten. but meet !n tLtj EemE-flnal of liie Craud IIOOIK .j 4. 4 .J> The members of tho Lcthbri-lgc Council of the Caumliiiu Order of Yet heedleasness of thai rare kind CLoseu Friends will lie KiiebU of Mr. unJ Mrs. J. Hurris, Four- teenth strec-t South, tomorrow (Fri- day) evening, from seven-thirty. Any members, who have" not ytt been ask- ed to attend, ate requested to accejil this as an invitation, and they are of a hearty welcome. Is rather pleasing to my mind; U's so miK-li better, don't you know, Thau ki- taping Uriel account of Just ID become a mil I Tonal ro In care! Anou. Hostesses tou'.orroiv: Mrs. W. McKciizlv. Mrs. T. W. Quarlp. Sixth Hue South, when her fistcr. .Miss CmiimltLii. will assist 10- Mr, and Mrs. N. n, ivai rojoic- ovr-r the. arrival of a son this Mr. ilnncaster of ie.-K'.i at both la Knox i on Sunday nesl. Clubs and Societies The Howor GullJ will vlsilt tho Gait Ilosjiilai as usual at lliroe o'clock to- morrosv aftcruuoiL The Youus Ladles' flagji of Wc-s-. 1 ley church, tlnilr ivguhr niosithly meeting "when tlivy deslro a full William of Man., is the guest of her mother. Sirs. Haor. 330 Seventh avenue South, for a mouth. ft MIE. EC. J. McLean an. who has been residing at the Victoria -Mansions for Gifts that last To fmfca, kniret, spoons' and fancy pfcces of qiiilily md beauty aik for Thic brand is Icnotrn ti "SiletrFlcteihal moit itn'lft and satijfactioa and the t'tivct Known CO yean. parly for the club members and their husbands on February tn, at the tome of am] A. M. Laffrrtv. TJtu Dramatic An ftciion, of vrlilrt A'. H. MvGuIre is chairman. !n cbarge. W. gave a sketch of tfie life of Maatorlink, and each member of the look a character "HlueMnl." and read irts of ihe The. dances, which come in the play, were (ibyed by Mrs. A. C. Cauieroa. Tho' DiliJfeSitti? uT Knjf- land met ou Wednesday evening lit the S. U. hall, and duly-installed SJQ officers for tho The iLBtatlatlOM was fn charge of District 'eijuiy Holberlon, of llip Eons of Png- land. The officers are: Past president, Mrs. U'estley; presi- dent, ilrs. Wykclin; Mrs. Mert'Jiiii; geiTt-tary. Hoi- 11; treasurer, Mrs. Vinci; cliap- hiln, Mrj. JI. comtnlUco woman, Miss Winnie HarriFOn; sec- ond committee woman, Mrs. Scott; third conimUtce woman, Mrs. N'aylor; fourth woman, Mrs. Hook- er; Jnsido guard. Mrs. Dunce. Cyprian's Junior U'.A. meela at two-thirty on Saturday afternoon, 'when all Hio girls of liic couEreyatlon are cordially invltcil. The Aid of ino church met with Mrs. J. H. Pickel on Thursday afternoon, and u time was spent in scwlne. The host- ess served afternoon tea, when a so- cial half-hour. eujoyerl. A thimble tea -was held at tlte home of Mrs. James Horn, Twelfth street A Xorth, Wduesday afternoon, in c nectlon-ivltli the Ladies' AJd of St. Andrew's church. Fourteen members present, aud a pleasant Umo was spent lu sewing and social inter- course, dainty Terreshmerits being Eerred at tho close of the afternoon. Tho several meeting of the MaUie- sis clu-b wag hold in the Y. SI. C. A. 'auditorium on Wednesday afternoon. It 'was decided to u Valentine Working on 1914 Assessment Tlte ctly Is one of the busiest spoiK -tho city, tbcse Tho 1914 assc-Esment roll is le- fng mado up. and It IB aimed to have all notices mailed by March in. There Is also a great volume of "work cnder way In with the tax sale whir.h wil! take ulace IQ June, They please the Cook Because they save so much time and tiou- bte, because sho caii invent wiib Oxo Cubes, and give A Genial Judge of Good Eating Who knows the diffei'ence between superior and inferior groceries, -never fails to dialate upon the merits of our pure foods. I he groceries we offer are without exception the high grade kind Von can always oljfitin genuine .satisfaction Quiility and Low Prices prevail, our siore where PATH DE FOIS GRAS TRUFFLES FOR REAL RUSSIAN PRESSED CAVA1RE TERRINE DE FOIES GRAS, PER JAR........................ FRENCH STRING BEANF FOR FRENCH MUSHROOMS, EXTRA FINE, FOR......................... TRENCH MUSHROOMS, IN GLASS jsi.oo I 70c. lot-. I 25c. FRENCH BEANS IN GLASS FOR FRENCH MOCEDOINES IN GLASS FOR TEA GARDEN PEACHES IN GLASS. LARGE SIZE TEA GARDEN CHERRIES IN CLASS, LARGE SIZE TEA GARDEN PLUMS IN GLASS, LARGE SIZE ............j TEA GARDEN FIRS j IN GLASS! EXTHA FINE.............( 80e. SOe. SOe. Friday and Saturday only Sharwood's English Jam lib Regular 30c This week 2 for PIMENTOES, Per tin TOMATOES, In ASPARAGUS, In glass BAR LE DUC Special CHINA GINGER For Specials For Friday and Saturday Iftvgo hoatl .30c Head Lnlliife, oacli......l.5c Ho( lloiiso J.cftuoe, ib. .40c Swept Potatoes, Oi'isj) Colnry, 2Ibs. 25c. ILnwnii Sugar Pinoajiplcs !i5c. Hipc, Tomatoes, per ib 30c. Sunkist Naval Oranges, lliin skinned sweet mid juicy 20c. Winter Apple Sflc. 25c. LEMON, PINEAPPLE, BAN- ANA, ORANGE Butter o-.. per bottle GRAPB FRUIT MAR- MALADE PINEAPPLE MAH- MALADK............ ROYAL MINT SAUCE 3.JC. At Slock, good siie and color, N. Spy, Rus- sel, Wlntsap, Newtont Pippin, B. B. Davis, Baldwin, etc, ONLY per box Imperial Mixed Olives REGULAR 50c THIS WEEK 25c. 25c. 2oc. ROYAL PEPPER SAUCE ROYAL CHILI .CHERRIES IN MARAS- QUIN, 30c, and....... (iUAKER OATS, Large Size............ PICKLED WALNUTS Only.............. the' Try a Ib. of our linesl (lavorod Dnrjecliug Ton, grown in world's lines! dislrict. Only Ib., 7oc. I'honr; ns si trial onUir. All goods drlivorcd on llio shortest notice to iini't of tliii cilv. CO. s 1502 Klfth Sired South, FRIDAY SATURDAY SPECIALS Surprising Economies Greet Week End Shoppers Every Department of This Big Store in Snlurtiiiy marks (lie hisl day of slock-iaking in Iliis store. For this have gullicrcd lotiethei- an uiiiisuul lot of bargains. The items quoted below are mostly and broken lines, tlml Imvo been set aside dur- ing stnck-laking for this wcck-cnil tbat must be cleared out before tbe store closes Salurday niyhl. To ac- complish this Imvc marked these goods at prices that arc away below regular values. All goods arc of Hudson's Hay high standard of quality, lie on band Friday and Saturday and get yuur share of these offerings. Rousing Sale of Ladies' Dress Skirts This seaEon's stylts !n Ladles' Dress wide range of materials from make your selec- tion. Blue. Black, and Brown green, black fcril navy -French Sergea, grey.and black, or black arid ;whtte navy Basket Cloths, also heavy tweeds In plain grey, and mixed effects. AH In high filling TraiEt line.' Values up to JloO. FRIDAY and SATURDAY Ladies'Sweater Coats pure MOO! Sweater CcaU, in Cardinal, navr, rawn and white. Also a fev.- sniaft1 Blazers in the. Jot la red and navy; navy aim u-hile; tan arid-white combinations. MlEEeE1 sties. 'Regular value to and Saturday Mr the Little Folks These Dainty Bonnets Hose, Drown, Navy, White aud Cream "Pl'jsli Children's Bonnets, all daintily trim- and warmly lined for winter ivear. Also a few Cream Corded ellk and Cream Bearsklo Bonneis In this range. Sorce of these cold aa.hlgh SB All one price for n'jick selling. and Saturday 45c News from the Dry Goods Dept. 35c Black Sateen Flannelette at less than Half Price 100 yards of this heavy English Flan- celctte, extra soft finish and free from dressing. Pale blue shade. This was used for Christmas decorating afid is slightly soiled but in 110 way damaged. Marked at less (ban 1-2 price this week- end. 32 inches wide, 2 to 5 yards ID each end. Regular lie riualUy. "Friday and .Saturday per yard OW Balance of this sea- son's Tho balance of our winter cloakiugs marked down lor this week's selling. Smart reversible cloths In grey, blue, green, nurplc and tan. to values. Friday and 4Q Saturday, per yard......... E iHO Just 15c yard 12i yards or this heavy quality Mack Sateen lo clear out Uils week end. Has a. glossy tatin finish, 33 Inches wide. Thefie are mill remnanta and are nearly all in three yard ends. This is a splen- did opportunity lo purchase yo'Jr sup. o( black sateen at prices milch below, rexular. This Is a. Soi: quality. Friday am Saturday, per yd.....J OC Beautiful Cord Vel- vets, newest shades Ten pieces of this Card Velvet; must lie cleared Before Taking. In beau- iiful soft shades of Taupe, Beaver, Pur- pie. White and Ruby. Very Boe finish, ?2 inches wiile. Regular Xrlday and SaL. per yard 50 only fine Camels Hair Plush Motor Rugs in tan, grey and brown, size 5 ft. by 6 ft. QQ regular Friday and Saturday r Broken Prices in Crockery Section Lemon Reamers Water Tumblers Heavy Tumblers, large sized, clear glass u-ith extra heavy base. One that will stand lots of rought hand- ling. Friday and flC Saturday, per doz. Oww One hundred glass lem- on reamers, lo gi> on sale this week-end. The kind for wlilch you are accus- torr.ed to paring loc. ftl- day and SaturdRy, C-. for.............. OC Water Sels Ualntr water sets con- filstlDg of one large jug and- sii glaiees Ttith-neat Ijfly o! the Valley design. Complete' with tray. The complete set OOA (or S5G: 40c Scotch Madras on Sale 23 cents yard Fine quality Scotch Madras in Cream Colorings. Dsinty trellis and striped floral designs. Finished, edges with neat borfere, 38 Inches wide. Very popular for cur- tains, becauso It launders splendidly and does not have to be Blreiched. 10c. Friday End Saturday, per yard Shoe Dept, Comes Forward With Enticing Values for FrL and Sat. A BlucherBoot for Men-Just Men's Biccher Boots' cut .from strong leather. A smart winter style shoe with medium too and heel.. A very' comfortable last Just 25 rai" otttesu in sties. 8, 9, 10." This U a regular J2.50 4 (J shoe. ClejrltiB out Friday and Saturday, at per pair..... 3 Men's and Ladies' Rubbers Smart Shapes in Winter Caps For Men Men's Valinda TluVjers. in good heavy quality: SJMB S to 11. 11.25. for per pair, 99c Indies' Valinda yell Jiudo throughout. Sizes (o 7, Hegular S5c, for per uafr, 65c Special Prices on these 2-Buckle Overshoes Smart style Two-BucUe Overshoes, Jeney tops and first quality rubber soles. A warm comfortable overshoe. Ladles' pj- sizes, Regular Mines' Sizes, regular 11.50 Girls' sizes, regular. 11.25 for A Snap for the Man Who Can Wear a Size 6 Overshoe Just sir pair, left of these lion's Two-Buckle Orerahces. Jersey covcren first quality rubber solefi. Size 6 only. 4 0Q Regular for per pair.............................. 9 >Pw DO YOU NEED A WINTER CAP? Hero are smart styles .In Tweeds and chlllss, neat designs In dark and light A wide variety from winch to inalte your selection. Filled willi Arctic and Fur Ear Lauds. All our regular up to }1.60 In thl6 lot. Friday and Saturdav 75c Boys' Tweed Knickers, Selling at 99 Cents Pair Hoy's Tweed Pants td'go oa sale here this week end. i IQ hard wearing tweeds, suitable for EChool or street wear. Cut fn smart bloomer slyle'zn'd lined throughout. about 60 pairs of these. A splendid value at J1.60. Sizes 24 to 33. Friday and Saturday, per pair 99c Men's Heavy Sweaters Greatly Reduced Here's an opportunity to set a heavy quality Sweater at a small figure. Pure Scoleh Wool, pullover style Sweaters (or men, has sli inch roll collar. Colors are maroon, grey, and white. These are ei- ceptlonal value at II.CO each. On Friday and Saturday you CM can buy one of these for Great Grocery Savings SMITH'S JAMS in all wan led flavors, sucli as Strawberry, Haapberry. Blackberry, lllack Currant, Green do. "711 pills, Keg. 90, per pall...... I 0C ALL VARIETIES CHOICE APPLES, per box Great Grocery Savings FAMOUS CLOVER LEAF AND HOR8E. SHOE BRAND SALMON In ono pound tins, per tin HARRIS' WILTSHIRE BACON on sale tliU wetlt-end, rb CAM8RIDOE shipment In SaniUry' boiel. 4 QM in tot. per Hi .............I 3C JUST OPENED UP THESE The beat we have had thli sea- son, per dozfin 25c HUDSON'S BAY STORES CITY AND DISTRICT Personal Mention E. C. of Bow Island is in Ihe city. Noil M. Stalker, the Oraasy I-aice slicop breeder, Is In the city today on a business visit. lllsf.Oji P. Hammer o( Ta'oer was a Ixithbriilso visitor today. Oliver of tho department of Agriculture, Edmonton, arrived yes- terday attorr.oon to seo O. B. superintendent of falrx, who Is 111 la hospital. 0. L. tlfllmrdst and ol Warner eame up from the south lust nlrtt, spending tlio day here. R. IJrc-h and wife are Monarch vial- tora In the clly. R. M, Dickinson, Cpiilts merc'iianl, cAme'tip from tho south last night. "H. E. well known Blair- more business man, arrived trotn the on Wednesday .night OB a busi- ness Jaunt. A. C. Kemmls, the Pincher Creek lawyer, la visiting In. the city The KeriTd Oeti Reiullt A of lloyal crown Soap Co., In the cllr recently, slated lo the Herald that results from en ad- vertising campaign in all .Albefta ra- in faet, he declared thai, In compari- son to circulation, the results from tho campaign in Ihla paper were twice, those from any other publication In A has been In for several days( seeking evidence, is alleged, upon to annul the recent local option election. a service of years, Georgca carried on a tnw months agolNlsh, headmaster of kllsplndle, Scot- showeil tto HuraM In Hie lead. land, public school, has now TetlrMv ;