Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Letlibridge Daily lienuti. Wednesday, Jiily 27, The Parrot is Dead. "Vive le" MacLeod Bros. Long Live the Great Clothiers of the Great West! Then MacLeod guess- .ed right the very first time No firm in the clothing business here or elsewhere can get a license to "Pot it Over MacLeod Bros." They've been in the game too long buying- facilities put them in a position to All Others in the ciothiug sale time, as in regular MacLeod Bros, supreme values of the Whirlwind Sale No Let up here at Lethbridge's Best WHIRLWIND MEN s STORE SALE We told you it would sweep everything before it with the dash of a tornado. Terrific in its sweep has been the swing of the Whirlwind Sale. Nothing could stop it--on and on it went, be- coming "All things to all Men" who want clothing, boots and shoes and the fussy fixings-that stamp a man. All at a Price That Saves the Man His dollars to his pocket, to his savings bank and by the way his self respect. This sale isn't a paper sale, you'll find here no trick no shams-no dubs-everything on the square. It costs a lot of money to sell our stock at Whirlwind Prices, but we cheerfully pay this price for the prestige of being FIRST IN MEN'S GOODS And the "Parrot" said "Good-bye" and he answered to his was heard away in the distant hills, and mm we hear no an- swer but the echo of (the wailing cry. Out Done-Out Numbered Ma.cLeod Bros, are here next week and will continue to Deliver the Goods at a price far below that of other stores and in a little bit more generous quan- tities, wider range of so be it at (the sign of the Whirlwind Sale I we guarantee you June weather inside Edited by Phone 1052 JJ when it's January outside NO matter how cold and blustery the weather may be outside, you will enjoy the warm, balmy air of June in your home this coming winter if you have the Sunshine furnace in your cellar. The Sunshine furnace is so 'perfectly constructed it simply must heat your home to your entire satisfaction. If it fails to do so it is be- cause of some error in in- stallation. .In such a case we will send one of our ex- pert furnace men who will discover the error and have it corrected. You are absolutely cer- tain of a comfortable.home when you buy the Sunshine. It is guaranteed by us to you. We have a competent agent in your locality. Con- sult him about size of furnace and arrangement of registers. 47 I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL The Misses Genesr, who have 'been guests of Mrs. Cunningham, left yesterday afternoon for 'Edmonton, where .they will visit their aunt returning to their home in Winnipeg. Mr. Xonnan Schweitzer arrived: from the east this morning and was accompanied by his bride, who was j Miss Tandt of Mildmay, Out. The I marriage was -celebrated in. Winnipeg i at. the 'home of Mr. Schweitzer's sls- j ter, Mrs. E. E. Beefe. i Miss Clara Schweitzer arrived home j this morning from an extended visit in Winnipeg, where she visited her sister. Mrs. E. E. Beefe. Miss McLeay left yesterday after- noon for a short visit with friends in Toronto. Miss Ruth Link left'yesterday af- ternoon to spend a few days at tiie visiting her sister Miss Irene Link. Bridegroom, _ (a _week after the wed- "I haven't seen of your father's cheque Yet. He promise'd it, didn't Bride, but, he heard -that your father had al- ready given us one, and he 'knew we shouldn't care to'have duplicate pres- Stray Stories.. Mrs, Black, of Vancouv-er, who has been the guest, of Mrs. H...J, Goode. left Monday for -her. home.. She was accompanied by Mrs. Goode.and baby, who will spend 'the remainder of the summer in Vancouver. Mrs. W. A, Buchanan is entertain- ing Miss Caroline Smith, of Hamil- ton, who arrived yesterday afternoon. Before returning East Miss Smith j will visit -the coast cities. .Mrs. Duff and Mrs. 'E. H. Wilson left Monday morning for an extended sojourn in the coast cities. Mrs. J. A. Reid- and family, of 'Ar-- gyle avenue, leave tomorrow morning for a visit in Edmonton. They will Be away aoout three, weeks. back into the halved whites and: fit the- whites into place. Run a wooden through the two halves of each egg to 'hold them together. Wrap each egg in waxed or tissue paper to keep it from becoming dry. Serve with or without dressing.' mayonnaise joicing in another good downpour of i rain. It will interfere somewhat with. the exhibition tout no one cares what ANOTHER HEAVY else happens so long as the rain RAIN AT BRANDON j comes. Heports indicate that rain Brandon. July city is re- is general. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The W. M. S. of Wesley -church win "meet in the lecture roo mtomor- j row afternoon at 3.30. OUR SHARE THE FAIR' Next week will 0e a ousy one for shine London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, N.B., Hamilton, Calgary. for Sale Stafford-Spew Co., Letfeliridge MINING COAL ALONG THE LiTTLE BOW A. Cascaden. of the Beli-Cascaden Land Co.. yesterday took several of the company of Spokane capitalists, purchased the Stafford and Bell Lenie coal mines out north 10 the company's holdings. Owing to the great clamor of residents in that dis- i trict of the Little Bow, work has again j been resumed in the mines there, that j coal may be supplied to ihe people. The quality of the coal is excellent though its extent is not so great as the beds that lie directly north of the city. rf Q .34 The most delicious of chocolate confections, They stand alone in their smoothness, richness and unique flavor. insist on having COWAN'S. Name and design patented and registered. THE COWAN CO. LIMITED. TOftONTO. Mrs. A. Link, Bompas street, re- turned yesterday afteraoon from at- tending the exhibition in Winmpag. j Mrs. T. L. Withrow and daughter of I Moose Jaw, ;vho have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kagh Scott, 202 Ash- j mead street, for a few days, resumed their journey to the coast yesterday afternoon. i i The Saturday News savs- i i it newspapers, men and women had not a pretty fair sense of humor, life at times would be almost unendurable. Take it now. for instance, with the thermometer jumping skittenishly ar- ound .110 in the shade, no one doing anything, business merely marking time, and everything the- dear, j dear crops, contentedly settling down I into A complete state of coma. And j yet at thjs season the dear public de- j mand- their" pound of brisk, Hve insistently I tnan at any other time, for the sim- i pie reason that, they have more time I to spend in reading it. An intercolonial marriage, which iias just been announced, is that of Graham Ernest Mylne, late Lincoln- shire regiment, eldest son of the late Captain Graham Mylne and Mrs. Mylne, of Sydney, X.S.W., and Kath- lene, elder daughter of the late Com- mander Jasper E. T. Nicolls, R.N., and the Hon. Mrs. Coutts-Marjoribanks, Vernon, British Columbia, housewives for of -course everyone is planning some entry for our fair, and from a glimpse at the prize list, you will readily see that there is a varied and wide assort- ment to choose from. There will be prizes for house plants and cut flow- ers, oil paintings, water and pencil- drawings, amateur photography and pyrograpiy, or burnt work. Then what will appeal most -to "Miladf are ithe prizes offered for all descriptions of fancy work, plain sewing, rugs, quilts, etc. An unusual interest is i 'always .taken in the home -cooking dis- pla3% golden "brown -bread, delicious cakes and cookies, pastry and pre- J serves will all 'be in our line, for 'many of the prizes offered will go to those who compete in (this de- partment. I would suggest that you sharpen your wits fis-d out just what you are the most proficient preserving, plain sewing, fancy work, painting, etc.: then make the best of your and send in an entry tuat represents your very best efforts. DAILY RECIPE Deviled Eggs .boil a dozen eggs, place them in cold water and at the end of half an hour remove the shells. Cut the carefully in half, extract the yolks and rub these to a paste with half a tablespoonful of made mustard i tablespoonfuls of salad oil, two tablespoonfuls of vinegar; a dash of paprika, two or .three drops of Tabas- co sauce, and salt to taste. From this paste into balls, put the balls CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 WE SELL FOR CASH Acadia, Block Our first Anniversary Sale Ofrm Scores of exceptional economies 'The crowds sales count: and the hundreds of Bundles passing dally through our doors give eloquent evidence that this is a sale worth while. For reductions aren't trifling, but big. deep, radical. And savings are few. but numerous; every article throughout itliis entire new stock is on sale at a price way below its actual worth. It's the grandest most comprehensive nuclei-priced distribution of high-class merchandise this locality ever knew, and you can prove it by a visit here tomorrow or any following day up to Saturday. Au- gust 6th. All dress goods and silks on sale. All ribbons and laces on sale All linens and towelings All neckwear and belts All sheetings arid cottons All gloves and hosiery All flannels and flannelettes corsets and underwear All muslins and wash goods Ail white wear and blouses All prints and ginghams All parasols and umbrellas v And a big showing of ready-to-wear things including newest suits, coats, skirts, dresses and underskirts nt prices regardless of cost or value, the object being to clean up the stocks. This is ithe last sale of the kind we will hold this season, consequently, the last opportunity of securing such, won- derfully remarkable values in goods that are needed right now for present use and we strongly urge you to supply your needs while stocks are at their best and assortments still unbroken'.