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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lattibrlilge Daily Herald. Frlflay, July 29; _ Page 5 's Up! Fair Warning! Now or Never Coffee Mills 55c Mills now ........25C Carpenter's Ax- es, now.....65c Lanterns now ...65c Glass Syrup Jugs )c Japan Tea and Coffee Pots .-25c Granite Tea Kettles, noAY 75c and Nickel- Copper Tea Kettles now For the first time we give you a list of prices-prices yoii've never heard of or seen before prices that Avill not be repeated during-this or the next generation-prices tiiat will fill the store to its capacity Saturday morning and the succeeding days, until the stores are emptied-pn- instances 25 per cent to 50 per cent, lower than other Lethbridge merchants pay for the goods-prices on many lines that are 100 per cent, less than Lethbridge Hardware stores sell: This is the strongest Hardware List that we or you have ever upon it-time's short for these prices. This annotmcement will bring thousands to the store diiring the next 10 days. The buying will be larger than bargains-tiie prices, the best ever known, Remember now or is it with youl Files 4 for v Miners gal. dinner pails 75c size for size for size 75 C Tiii Dinner 25c kind 2 for :'35c 40c kind' for -20c cop. boilers Anti-Rust toil- ers Cop. Boilers Gal. Boilers Sprinklers and Water- ing Cans Japanned, Size 6 3Qc Size 10 Size 14 Size 15 Galvanized size 10 45fi Sizel4 40Q Hickory Hammer han- dles, 4 for -25c Lantern Globes 4 for 25c Lamp Chimneys, 4 for 25c Potato Mashers .'.5c Royal Canadian Wringers, Covered Cog Wheels, Pump Coal Oil Cans, 5 Gallons, noAv Fruit Presses now 25c Regular 60c. Bread Mxers, now 8-Loave Bread Mixer, now Miner's Caps and Miner's Lamps 2 for 35c Cotton 4for 10c OU Stoves 1 burner 50c 2 burners 95c 3 burners S1.45 Price Dinner Bells and Gongs, Price Bird Cages now ......75c All Hanging and Parlor Lamps J4 Price. >Shoe Polish, Stove Polish, y2 Price Edited by 'UNO.' Phone -1052 Balls for same, a hundred Reg. to now each 59c 10 Days More Invoice Prices Begone! "Get what you can get for the stock" is the declaration made by Mr. Gray to The Evely Sales Company, who have charge of the closing out campaign IVow we chop, -slash, arid cut deeper through the skin, beyond the quick and into the bone. The vitals of the stock are already affected arid slowly but surely the Cv W. Gray stock is imelting away the heaviest kind of price' Ibs. to the square inch as far as merchandise goes. Its sim- ply giving the stock to the people at their own price and for 10 days more the plunder Avill continue. Stone Crocks and 6 Gallons 20c A Gallon NOW Pony Wagons No. 1. S2.25 No. 2 No. 3 NOW StuartV Furniture Pol- -ish 2 for C Liquid Veneer Large size-- 25c QQ Enamel Pie; SmalK 3 for ,.25b Large. 2for ._25c Tin pie plates 7fbr [25c Pails. noAv... 35c Pails, noAv 40c Pails, now 50c Pails, noAAr... 25c Covered Dust Pans now for 25C 15c Dust Pan now JQ Mouse Traps 8 for 25c Nonsuch Stove Black- ing, large tins. 4 Shoe brushes 2 for 25 C Broom kind 75c kind 50c kind Scrub 25ckind3for K) for 25c Fruit now Remmmgtoril team-- erless gnri 22-Lorig Cartridges. 5 boxes for 12 Gnage 50c a box now i 25c enamel Wash Dish- T5c es, now 10 Days More Single Breech Loaders, 12 guage, now S5D00 Iron Tea Kettles, regu- lar now .-50c Stone Dinner Ware Almost Given Away Heavy stone, the best made. a dozen ...___ .....51 p Dinner, a dozen.............. Tea, a dozen..... Pie, a dozen KU Cups and Saucers, a dozen 75 c Butter Plates, a dozen pSc Vegetable Dishes, a dozen ____ Side Platters, a dozen QQ Soup Bowls, a dozen 1847 Rogers Dinner Knives and lea Knives and Forks CO en _. 3O.DU Dessert Spoons 20 Tea Spoons V. V. V 25 Nevada table, a dozen 50 Waldron Washing M a chines, now The Easy Washer Machine Dutch Cleanser, 3 tins 25 C Star Ammonia, 2 for -25c Dessert a dozen Tea, a dozen Forks, a dozen pc ftSc Avalon and Community 12 Dwt. Flat Silver- ware 33 1-3 OFF. Regular 20c. Reg tub and Holder, get out at 1.25 Reg. Curtain Stretch- ers, last of them Tacks, single or double, 7 Lamp Burners. 4 for Gurney Scales, 300 Ibs. now 75c and 85c Coal Scuttles, 45C Spring Clothes Pins, 4 doz. for 25c Bed half price. Galvanized Slop Jars 35 C Dish 12 size 14 size 16 size 20c 25c 30c Paints and Varnishes at Prices You Can't Afford To Miss Elephant Paints that have stood the test for the last 40 years, now, a gallon Elastic Oak Varnish, 5 gal. tins, a gal. 1 gallon 1-2, 1-4. and 1-8 gal. tins 5c and lOc extra. Liquid Granite Varnish, 5 gal tin, gal. 1 gallon 75 l-2? 1-4. 1-8 gallon tins, 5c and lOe extra. Luxeberry, Varnish, wood finish, light, in 5 gallon tins, a gallon.......... Exterior, 1 gaUon Medium Hard Oil Finish, 5 gallon cans, "per _oc and lOc advance Qn l-2; 1-4 and 1-8 tins. L" Church's Alabastine, all colors, a pkg. REFRIGERATORS NOW OR NEVER 6 only, left. Refrigerators now Refrigerators 110W Ice Boxes ROW Galvanized Tubs No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 Wooden Tubs Small Med. Larsje 90c par 53.30 Roped Extension Ladders, 30 ft. 7Q 32 feet It's Now or Never With the NOW asis on Stoves, Ranges, have to see them to appreciate the prices. 3 world Beater Cooldng Stoves; the Winner, The Settler, the Cleaner, The Reliance, Select Souvenir, with reservoir Ranges, the Record Findlay and Souviner can't be beat. Our prices stand matching them. The Joy Malleable Iron Range you can't break with an axe. JSold Calgary and Macleod for our price is See our ranges at and worth and more than we ask Step Ladders now or never at these prices Shelf Lock Step lad- ders 5 ft. ladders .70c 6 ft. ladders .JJSc Faultless Step Ladder 4 ft ladders 5 ft. ladders 6 ft. ladders 7 ft. ladders 7Q 10 ft ladder Mechanics ladders, 5 7 ft. ladders 20 a. ioft tors' Ste1} la S1.S5 EVELY SALES COMPANY Getting C. W. Gray Out Of The Hardware Trade SOCIAL Downer and Miss: Gladys Do.w- ner will ,be the tea hour hbstesses'at the Tennis Club tomorrow. McDiai-mid and .Mrs. Me-- of Mission City, B. ed yesterday .with Dr. ell, 1210 Courtiahd. on theirl way to Gait, they meet Mrs. McDiarmid's 'brothery: Ur. Buchanan of India., Mr. and Mrs.. R. C. cine Hat, .are. in the city their way home fromjtjieir honeymoons trip, during which they'visited" Nelson and Victoria. Such a flurry and bustle ____ in-scores of {homes this mother..and were'gbiiigU to-spend; (many.of day-.-.a-way from the city this and in many homes father had persuaded to join, the .We- all: Wee -home but how--' fine- V. .tonight 'home', seem' more ;ever even, if .to_ creep into and motiher confronts'the'-soiled fastidious fast and people an .tibn. toy household v Such a were. .A would have .ulatidn were fche .Wesley..Sunday .and. their .friends.; .The air exploding .point. fathers: couldn't get, "iiad, satisfaction of-seeiig- their some were each, and as ;the, train :pulled, away' -with nearly as faces--as the pleasure; .'.farewells Queer; that Dad" should' look so; happy 'when', he couldn't 'but know -that'.-his -and', were-.gomg to a in- one of the.niostibeautiful'spots-in T" the NesL. Mr. Oswald Crockett, M. P. "for-the; citj- of Fredericton, "N. 'B., and Mrs.- Crockett, are in the city, for a. day, the guests of Mr. and.Mrs. McNicoL Miss -Ina Sage, nurse at the Jubilee1 hospital, Veraon, B. C., is home for a- month's visit "with -her father and motlher, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sage.. .Sufficient unto the day is the price of the things thereof. The district nurses of the Leli- bridge Nursing Mission will have; a Red Cross ibooth on the exMbition. grounds, and will serve ligfat refresh- ments during the three days of the fair, Aug. 9, 10 and 11. Mrs. Frank Oliver, wife of the min- ister of the interior, party ,of friends, intends motoring through Kngland and Scotland "before. Ing to Canada towards the ena of the month by the Empress.of Canadian Mail (London, ,Eng.} "_ W. S. Ball and Mrs. Ball, intend leaving for the east tomorrow night. Airs. Ball will remain for about three months 'but Mr. Ball -will be back, in a few weeks. TWILIGHT CHAT Beautiful Grandmothers There is no doubt that the extra- ordinary beauty and sempiternal of Queen Alexandra ihave helped to banish the idea of old age n England and have made grand- mothers persons to be reckoned -with n the social world. Women of and leisure, if they live hygienically, an prolong the days of their ions to an amazing extent. Ham- et's indignation at his -mother marry- ng again sounds exaggerated days for that Prince being Mmseif in ihis early twenties, the Queen might easily have .been no more than forty when she espoused her husband's brother. In mid-Victorian times, it is true, a woman of the leisured classes was considered "on the shelf" when she had achieved two-score years on this planet; she wore a cap: gave up exercise and regarded herself as an elderly She occupied the same position In the public eye which the woman of the working classes the same age occupies now- adays, for it is not to be supposed that all grandmothers are young, love- ly and attractive. It takes much care, thought, rest, hygiene and self-denial to >be always beautiful, as well as a considerable amount of money, for cures, massages, perfect toilettes, and all that go to the making of a beau- tiful grandmother make alarming holes in a bank account m Beauty pro- longed is, in short, only for the rich. ;