Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, JANUARY 29th, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MILADI Edited by "/NO" ^ Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 THE CARELE3S MAN A, man I know no oarelesB Is He nft mlsliivR liiH mlsprie?. He's troubleH by the dozen, yet Yon'd think he never knew regret. So hoe�llos8 of. his %voes is he, Ho can't renioinber one in throe, And many and many a sad distress He's lost throuRli tliat same oare-lesanesa. Vet aioeiileaaneBs of that rare kind Is rather ijleanlng to my mind; It's ao miu'U better, don't you know. Than keeiJlng strict are rejole-Iniv o'.fr tliR arrival of a son this morning. r- * K",v, .Mr. .VInncaster of HIalrmoro will ureacii at both services In Knox ihiuT.ii on Snnday no.vt. .;: i;: :;. Mr?, William I'lov.man of Kenton, Man., is tbo .'juest of her mother. Mrs. Haor. nil) Seventh avenue So\ith, for a month. V >; > : >> : MACLEOD RINK UNBEATEN IS AT 'HAT iMedicino JIat, Alta,, .Tun. 2!). - L'p to noon, Chevalier, of Maple Creek, and '.'Vlaoljeod of l..othbrldge, remain unbeaten, but meet in the semi-final of the Grand ChiUlonge tills afternoon. ? * > : ? �> ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? � ? � > PAGE SEVEN, Chiba and Societies Gilts tliat iMi I To get forkfl, knives, spoons and fanry pieces of quality and beauty aak for PRGSERSBROS;. ThiB brand is known aa "Silfer Plate thai Wean" Tobuy thiowareistogetilieut-most Etrvife and satisfaction and the heaviest silver plate. Known for fiver 60 ycar�. Sold by Lcadlao Bealera The Flower Guild will vlaiit the Gait Hospital as usual at lliroo o'clock tomorrow aftoruooii. The Young- Ladies' clas.s of Wes-. ley church, hold their regular monthly meeting tonight, 'when tliey desire a ful'l attendance. -.;: * * St. Cyprian's .Junior W.A. meets at two-thirty on Saturday afternoon, wben all tlio sirls of the congregation are cordially invited. * * * The Ladies' Aid of the Clnlstiun church met with .Mrs. .1. H. Pickel on Thursday afternoon, ;uid a profitable tlrar was spent in sewing. The hostess served afternoon tea, -when a social lialf-hour was enjoyed. if si * A tliimble tea was held at the home of Mrs. .Tames Horn, Twelfth street A. North, Wdnesday afternoon, in connection with the Ladles' Aid of St. Andrew's church. Fourteen members wero present, and a pleasant time was spent in sewing and social intercourse, dainty refreshments being served at the close of the afternoon. if :,� v T.he general meeting of the Matlie-sls cluib v/a.a held m the Y. M. C. A. auditorium on Wednesday afternoon. It 'was decided to hold a Valentine party for the club members and their husbands on February i;i, at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. M. lyafferty. The Drnniatic Art section, of which Mrs. A; R. .MoGiiIre is chairman, was in charge. Mr.s. \V. Nelson gave a sketch of the lite of Maaterlink, and each member of the section took a cliaracter in the "Hluebird," and read parts of the iilay. The dances, w:hlch come in the play, were played by Mrs. A. G. Cameron. Tho Daughters and .Maids of England met ou Wednesday evening in the S. O. IS. hall, and duly, installed the officers for tho ensuing year. The liistalTatlon was in charge of District Liepiily Holberton, of the Sons of England. The officers are; Past president, .�\Trs. Wostley; president, Mrs. Wakelin; vice-president, .Mrs. Meredith; secretary. Mrs. Holberton; treasurer, Mrs. Viner; chaplain, .Mrs. TI. Gurr;; first comiriittee woman, .Miss Winnie Harrison; second committee woman, Mrs. Scott; third committoe 'womao, Mrs. Naylor; fourth committee woiiian, Mrs. Hooker; inside guard, Mrs. Dunce. Working on 1914 Assessment The city assessor's office is one of tile bnaleBt spots in tho city t:tiese days. The 1914 assessment roll is being made up, and It is aimed to have all notices mailed by March 25. There is also a great volume of work under way in connection with the ta.\ sale which will take place in .Tune. They please the Cook Because they save so much time and trouble,-because sho can invent new dishes with Oxo Cubes, and give quickly an unusual ze�t and flavour to old ones, ACubetoa Cup j ........ ^; A Genial Judge of Good Eating Who knows the difference between superior and inferior groceries, never fails to dialate upon the merits of our pure foods. The groceries we offer are without exception the high grade kind V(.ni Ciin always obtain geiuilne satisfaction at our Quality and Low Prices prevail. store where PATU DE FOIS GRAS TRUFFLES ) (^j ' $1.00 FOR REAL RUSSIAN PRESSED CAVAIRE .................... TERRINE BE FOIE6 GRAS, PER JAR ................... FRENCH STRING BEANS FOR .......................... TRENCH MUSHROOMS, EXTRA FINE, FOR..................... .1 I 15c. .f 25c. r-RF.NCH MUSHROOMS, IN GLASS ) Q�r, r-X,.,FOR ................................f FRENCH BEANS IN GLASS FOR ...... ........................ FRENCH MOCEDOINES IN GLASS FOR .............................. TEA GARDEN PEACHES IN GLASS. LARGE SIZE .......... TEA GARDEN CHERRIES IN GLASS, LARGE SIZE .......... TEA GARDEN PLUMS IN GLASS, LARGE SIZE .......... TEA GARDEN FJGS IN GLASS. EXTRA FINE ........... 35c. 35c. 80c. 80c. 80c. 60c. Sharwood's English Jam lib Glass, Regular 30c This week 2 loi' 45c. PIMENTOES, Per tin TOMATOES, In glass ....... ASPARAGUS, in glass .......... BAR LE DUC Special ........ CHINA GINGER For ........... Specials For Friday and Saturday Oauliflower, large head ., ilead Lettuce, each ..... Hot House Lettuce, lb. ., SAveet Potatoes, 4His. ..... Crisp Celery, 2lbs. ...... HaAvaii Sugar Pineapples 35c llipe Tomatoes, per lb . . . 30c Sunkist Naval Oranges, thin skinned sweet and juicy 20c ..30c li>c .40c 25c. '?5c. Winter Apples A> Stock, good size and color, N. Spy, Russet, WInesap, Ne>Arton, Pippin, B. B. Davis, Baldwin, etc. ONLY $2.15 per box Imperial Mixed Olives REGULAR 50c SIZE- THIS WEEK 35c. 15c, 25c. 35c 80c. 25c. 35c LEMON, PINEAPPLE, BANANA, ORANGE Butter 25c. per bottle ............ GRAPE FRUIT MARMALADE ........'. PINEAPPLE MAR- OA, MALADE............ ROYAL MINT SAUCE For.................. 35c. ROYAL PEPPER SAUCE .............. ROYAL CHILI SAUCE ............. CHERRIES IN MARAS- QUIN, 30c, and ...... QUAKER OATS, Large Size........... PICKLED WALNUTS Only............... 30c. 25c. 60c. 25c. 25c. Try a Vi Ih. of our iinest flavored Darjeeling Tea, groAvn in the' world's finest district. Only 20c. Vl 5b.,'75c. per lb. Phone us a trial order. All goods delivered on the shortest notice to finy part of th(>, city. GEO. KERR & CO. IMumcs 1453 and 1502 313 Fifth Stieet South. FRIDAY - SATURDAY SPECIALS Surprising Economies Greet Week End Shoppers in Every Department of This Big Store .Salurdity marks the last day of stock-taking in this store. For this week-end we have gathered together an unusual lot of hargmns. The items quoted below are in ostly odd and broken lines, that have been set aside during stock-taking for this week-end sak;-lines that must be cleared out before the store closes Saturday night. To accomplish this wc have marked these goods at prices that are away below regular values. .\11 goods are of Hudson's Bay high standard of quality. Be on hand Friday and Saturday and get your share of these offerings. Rousing Sale of Ladies' Dress Skirts This season's styles in Ladies' Dress Skirts, wide range of materials from which to make your selection. Blue, Black and Brown Panamas, green, black and navy FiencU Serges, grpy and black, or black and Svlilte stripes,, navy Basket Cloths, also heavy tweeds in plain grey, and mixed effects. All in high fitting waist line.' Values up to IS.50. FRIDAY and SATURDAY S3.85 Ladies' Sweater Coats Fln^ .quality pure wool Sweater Coats, in Cardinal, navy, fawn and white. .A.I80 a few smart' Blazers in the lot in red and navy; navy and white; tan arid white comhinatlons. Ladies' and Misses' sizes. Regular value to $3.50. Friday anrl Saturday $2^25 Fdir the Little Folks These Dainty Bonnets .Old Rose, Brown, Navy, White and Cream Plush Children's Bonnets, all daintily trim-^ med and warmly lined for winter wear. Also ^ a few Cream Corded silk and Cream Bearskin Bonnets in this range. Some of these sold aa high ae ?1.25. All one price for quick selling. - Friday and Saturday 45C News from the Dry Goods Dept. 35c Black Sateen Flannelette at less than Half Price loo yards of this heavy English Flannelette, extra soft finish and free from dressing. Pale blue shade. This was used for Christmas decorating atVl is slightly soiled but in no way damaged. Marked at less than 1-2 price this week-find. 32 inches wide, 2 to n yards in each end. Regular 17c quality. Friday and Saturday per yard ....... 8c Balance of this season's Cloakings $L49 The balance of our winter cloakings marked down lor this week's selling. Smart reversible cloths in grey, blue, green, purple and tan. Regular $2.00 to $2.50 values. Friday and J* 4 Saturday, per yard......... ^1 Heavy quality Water Tumblers, large sized, clear glass with extra heavy base. One that will stand lots of rought handling. Friday and OCm Saturday, per doz. 09G One hundred glass lemon reamers, to go on sale this week-end. The kind for which you are accustomed to paying 15c. Fi-i-day and Saturday, for.............. 5c Dainty water sets consisting of one large jug and six glaises -with neat Lily of the Valley design. Complete with tray. The complete set OO^ for ............ 9oC 40c Scotch Madras on Sale 23 cents yard Fine quality Scotch Madras in Cream Colorings. Daintv treUia and striped floral designs. Finished cages with neat borders, 38 inches wide. Very popular for curtains, because It launders splendidly and does not have to be stretched. 4 ........ JUST OPENED UP THESE ORANGES- The beat we have had this season, iper dozen .......,..... 19e 25c HUDSON'S BAY STORES Just 15c yard 12,") yards of this lieavy quality black Sateen to clear out tills week end. Has a glossy satin finish, .'i2 Inches wide. These are mill remnants and are nearly all in three yard ends. This is a splendid opportunity to purchase your supply of black sateen at prices mucli below regular. This is a. 35c quality. 4 Friday and Saturday, per yd......,1 5IC Beautiful Cord Velvets, newest shades Ten pieces of this Card Velvet; must be cleared before Stock Taking. In beau-tiful soft shades of Taupe, Beaver, I>ur-ple. Mole, WJlilte and Ruby. Very fine finish, 22 inches wide. Regular T'On $1.25; Friday and Sat., per yard 1 C6 50 only fine Camels Hair Plush Motor Rugs in tan, grey and brown, size 5 ft. by 6 ft. 4!^00 regular $8, Friday and Saturday - - P*'' Broken Prices in Crockery Section Water Tumblers I Lemon Reamers \ Water Sets CITY AND DISTRICT Personal Mention E. C. iLudtko of Bow Island is In the city. Neil M. Stalker, the Grassy Lake sheep breeder, is in the city today on a business visit. Bishop P. Hammer of Taber was a Lethbridge visitor today. Oliver Blue, of the department of Aigriculture, fMmontoD, arrived yss- terday afternoon to see C. B. Lewis, superintendent of fair*, who is 111 in Ga'lt hospital. O. L. Halmrawt and wife of Warner came up from the aouth last nlffht, and are spending the day liere. R. Urcih and wife are Monarch visitors in th� city. R. M. Dioklnson, C^utts mercV\ant, came'up from the.aouth last nighi H. B. Lyon, the 'well known Blalr-mor* buftlaess inau, arrived trom the west on Wednesday ni�;ht on a business Jaunt. A. 0. Kemmis, the Pincher Creek lawyer, Is visiting in the city today. The Hsrald Gets Results A reipresentative of the Royal Ci'own Soap Co., in the city i-eoently, stated to the Herald that results from an advertising campaign in all .Alberta papers carried on a few months ago Sibowed tbo Herald away in the lead. In fact, he declared that, in compari-; son to circulation, the results from tjie �campaign In this paper were twice ^ tbose from any other pubHcatiou in A detective has been In Brockvill^: for several days, seeking evidence, it is alleged, upon which to annul the; recent local option ejection. ' ' ' After a service of 40 years, Geo^g?^, Nlsh, headmaster of Kllspindle, ScQt;: land, public school, has now'r�tire4.'