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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, 'Wednesday, March Page 5 The Greatest Merchandising Event in The History of the City Prices Have Dropped With a Thud J C Never Such Values Offered Before J THE GREATEST SPRING OPENING SALE ever announced anywhere. It will outstrip the efforts of the keenest competition in value giving. By buying for cash, taking .advantage of the largest discounts, and selling for cash, we are able to make lower prices in every department of this great store than can be had anywhere else.. If you want to get any sort of an idea how the prices have dropped, come and see. Hundreds of lowered price tickets await your coming Ihursday morning., See bur Window Displays. EMBROIDERIES TO MEASURE OFF AT vvroith ui> to 20c a -yard and In widths from one to six inches. Beautiful patterns in blind and open embroidery work, with insertions to match. In all your life you never saw such value. SPRING OPENING SALE A YARD SALE STARTS THURSDAY MORNING MARCH 10th, AT 9 O'CLOCK 27-INCH.50c JAP SILKS FOR 36c YAKD rnhese Jap Taffeta gilks make handsome dresses and waists and -1- will not cut. Every color represented, including black :and white. Hurry for these as some are in exclusive dress lengths. See our great window display. None sold before 9 o'clock Thursday morn- ing. Regular 50c. Sale Price 36c 200 PIECES OF 15c ENGLISH PRINTS A Iways sold for 15c We have the largest 'assortment and the greatest choice of patterns that lias ever been shown before. We don't reserve a. single piece and you might as well save 2 l-2c a yard.. Spring Open- ing Sale Lowest Price Gro- cery Store in Lethbridge Large bottle Catsup, pints Worcester Sauce, special for.....15c Sweet Pickles in large bottles .25c. 5 gal. kegs of Pickles, special Ben Hur brand of Preserves large... ...................30c.'and 40c. Apples in gallon tins for 135c Smith's Jams, any kind for----.. .70c Peaches, special a tin............iSc. Pears, special a tin ...........18c. Raspberries, special a tin ........18c. Strawberries, special a tin........I5c Lombard Plums, special a tin ----15c Lipton's Preserves, quart bottles..25c Jelly Powders ..............3 for 25c Jellies" in glass tumblers .........I0c. Raspberry Vinegar, qt. bottles----25c Lowney's Chocolate, half Ib. cake 25c Lowney's Cocoa, half Ib. tins ..25c. Lemon and Vanilla Extracts, 2oz. lOc. Lemon and Vanilla Extracts I6oz. 65c. Mooney's Sodas, a box Shredded Wheat- Biscuit ........15c. Chase Sanborn's Coff es .Zoc 35c apd 4Qc Teas at ........4Qc., 50c. Blue Ribbon Tea........40c. and 50c. Camp Coffee Extract ............20c Very choice Hams, a Ib...........22c Choice Breakfast Bacon, a Ib. ..25c. Fine Leaf Lard, 3 Ib. pail ........60c Peerless Cream, a tin ...........12c. St. Charles Cream, a tin .......10c. 8 Ib. sack of Oatmeal ...........35c. Best Potatoes a Hundred Cabbage, good sound heads, a Ib.. 3c. Turnips, a- Ib..............'.......2c Carrots, a Ib.................2 1-2c. Eclipse Soap, special a bar----3 1-2c. Swift's Hard Water Soap ...7 Toilet Paper, large roll ...........5c. SALE OF JtEN'S SLITS AND OVERCOATS Spring Opening Sale offers you the finest of suits and overcoats at prices that are much less than our own low regular prices. Made by the best of tailors in the finest of cloths and the most, up-to-date styles. Not 'a suit reserved. All and suits, in choice tweeds and wor- steds, selling at All and suits, made of good English wor- All 22.50 and Men's suits in choicest worsteds and tweeds for Ail Men's Overcoats Reduced Going Out of Shoes Every Pair to be Sold Regardless ot Cost rpHE VERDICT HAS BEEN GIVEN. going out of the shoe business. And now that the decision has been made we do not want to see them hanging around much longer. Every pair will be sacrificed regardless of cost as we need the room for departments. This is unlike any other shoe- sale as we are not after the room they is too valuable. It will pay you to stock up for years to come. All Shoes All Shoes All Shoes All Shoes All All Shoes Read This List of Special" Air best 15c English Prints -for 12 3-2 Bleached table linen, 2 yds: wide 79c. White Cambric, worth'-15c-for 1'1'c.' Best loc'.English Flannelette 12 T-2c. Crash towelling, pure Hneu, pair .10c loc Crash towllng, special at. .12 -1-2'c. Wide Corset Embroideries, at Best kid gloves, guaranteed Good weave Poplin dress goods .60c Boys'-'heavy ribb'ed hosiery ........25c New corded velvets for...........65c Special Values in Bath Towels !Sx42 inch Bath towels, each .12 1-2c. 22x45 inch Bath towels, each ....20c 20x42' inch :Bath" each.......25c 20x45'inch Bath 24x50 inch aBth towels, each ----30c Tea towelling for ----...........15c Heavy linen crash toweling for ....9c loo light and dark toweling for 12 1-2c Besi, Buck Towels, 21x40 in. ea... .29c SOME'OF-THE" NEW.'THINGS FOR New styles in Spring Suits. Advance showing Spring Coats. New Style in Veilings. New Dress Trimmings and Buttons In lien's I5c Silkine handkerchiefs 10c. New styles Stetson hats All Boy's- Suits; for All Boy's Suits, Boy's and ?i.2o. Pants for ..95c. lien's Worsted Pants-for Men's and Women's shoe laces IQc dz. .Men's 50c Silk ties for ..........25c. Men's Toe Siik tlen. SALE STARTS THURSDAY A. MACDONALD CO Successors to The White Furniture Co. 324 CRABB DOORS SOUTH OF BANK of MONTRE'AL Thursday, Friday and Saturday March 10th, llth, 12th 1 J We are offering for sale at great- ly reduced prices our whole line of Rockers 1 Parlor Chairs Couches Settees and Small Tables Jardiniers Footstools etc. I Now is That Chance You Wait- ed For 1 ARE QUALIFIED TO TEACH SCHOOL Results Of Normal Exams: Lethbridge Students All Successful f I I I I i Jewelry Engraving ami Repairing Sheet Music ind Musical Supplies MclNTYRE ERtCKSON Electroplating a Specialty Cranbrookr B.C. Phone 121 'Armstrong. Ave. SEE OUR WINDOWS The-following teachers have passed professional examinations which were held in First Gertrude; Ayles worth, Fred; Bedard, Elaa; Beddome. Jas.; Bradley, Mafgaret; Broonfield, Annie; Brynas, Aldah, Chegwin, Mar- garet; CONN, JESSIE; CROFTS, Fellows, Jenaie; Fox, Robert; Gordon, Georgia; HARDY, GLENELLA; Johnson, Frank; John- ston, A. W.; Johnston, M. E.; Ken- nedy, E. M.; Kennedy, May; Kdmhall. J. J.; LOWTHER, SA- DIE; Lynd, L. E.; Martin, E. S.; Moret, Laure; Thelma; Murphy, Lola; McNamara, Cecilia; McNamara, Sister A.; Pulleyblank, W. G.; Rob-! inson, Claude; ROY, CORINNE; ROY, LAURA; Spicer, H. J.; STAF FORD, GERTRUDE; Stevenson, Mar- garet; Thibaudcau, Mario; VanVolk'en. burg, A. W.: Walsh, Kathleen; Weber, E.fweissgerber, L. A.; Wilson; Flos- sy; Worth, Alma; Sister St. Darcien; Sister St. Paulin. Second L.; Archibald, A-r Bennett, M. T.; Boddington, E. J.; Boyson, M.; Broods, 0. G.-, Burns Jas.; Broad. Wm.. L- E.: .Chatten. Bessie; Christianson, E. M.; Clem- ons, C.; Cooke, Blanche; Cooke, Mabel K.; Cowan, C. P.; Crummy, M. E.; Davies, Leah; Dersch, S. H.; Dudley, M.; Ellison, M. A.; Faulkner. WAIT FOR C CT rp 4Xf: A .L A'.; Fisher, A. (X; Fitzpatrick. S. K.; .Forsyth, V. A.; Gillis, ;S.; Glass, J. M.; A.; Hopkins, E.; Hotson, M.; Jackson, B.; Jack- son, J- E.; Jones, A.; Kerr, R. L.; Kelly, M.; Kidd, M. C.; King, Mrs. M.; Lockwood, G.; Love, M. M.; Calla; Lunt, Mrs. A.; Marcy, N.' 'F.i; Martin, H.; Moore, J. H.; Morrison, M.; McDiarmid, D.; McDiar mid, L.; McGurk, M.; McKenzie, "A. R.; McLaren, L.; McLellan, E-.; Redd, L.; Robertson, M.; Rogers, M.; Schnarc, L.; Selkirk, C.; Simmons, M. C.; Spence, S.; Spoor, T. A.; Sprigley, I. O.; Stackhouse, R.: Stew- art, W.; Stuart, B.; Storey, M.; Swo boda, L.; Talbot, D.; Tancock, A.; Taylor, E. M.; Taylor, .Margaret; Taylor, Vvm.; Taylor, Z. Louise; Thorson, A.; Trimble, U'rquhart, A.; Walker, A.; Weston, M. F.; Wilson, K. The names of the Lethbridge stu- dents are printed in'capital letters. There were seven in attendance from Lethbridge, and all were successful. >o You Suffei From Headaches CHORAL CLUB CONCERT One Hundred Voices at Majestic Theatre To-night MILLINEY OPENING janA dicssy and midsummer millinery WINNIPEG MARKETS Attractive Display Hats at Tilney's I will he even larger than shapes which j have been seen in former seasons, but j March opened they are made with such graceful 1-4 to 1-2 lower and closed 1-4 lower. I brims which are always turned in. [American markets opened from 1-4 rr fvo thir the to lover than yesterday's close i some ciTcctnc mat- UIL jness oi the shape is forgotten. i The upturned brims are decidedlyj up. the spring the feature of the spring shapes j p0rts fr0m but opening prices were about the lowest of 'the day. All markets Crop damage re- wheat states caus There are few people who have i The first glimpses A ILL, v millinery was seen yesterday at Miss and by most women will be received advance. Bartlett Patt txperienced a headache from one cause 01 It effects all ages and both nhiPOt of good music Vltth obe alike, but the female sex naturally tells that there is another dtseaaa Fifty the Standard Dr.PRICFS is usually called popular music, opportunity U AlldreR- Titley was selected to ,d perhaps awaiting an opportunity M AllflreR- Tilley was selected to was very noticeable and l Ejonj also malim the chorus and the results ob-jwas much admired. The shape wasLctlinC! the larg curing kinds of headaches, and jilt ainod by the season's work are great- j a rnohair turned up in pannc velvet. __Itt .K.M.IM ,M VA if M t 1 ft i ,.____ "Ktr A i _ff4AH 4 K n iO _ market Is Thc }iats wcrc very-elaborate and; fancy materials. 'correct we will see much higher coiOrvngs were well blended. One j The trimmings this season are var-; priCPS Tt 5s claimed that the Kan- h was a study in flowers arc in great profu-! sa- is almost a total failure. was very noticeable andiEionj malinos and laces, tordgn situation is very weak e filass mounts 9re likely to change their attitude it can be shown for a is likely to be a 'which Although we may not of is usually canea injpiuiii j thc coiOnn5S were wen- DLCIIUL-U. wau; nc trimmings ims -prices u is ctaiiut H, M still exerting its baneful influence, At the beginning of the season was a study in flowers arc usr-d in great profu-isa- is almost 1 n-A C- t __T- i i _ _.A HO I. 1 l' i bcea curing KjndA 01 neaaacnes, n i taincu oj trie siwsun o uiaun. IUUM.I.IL ici.ii.uuui. tt jyou will only give it a trial weftreroreit j er than was anticipated by the mosti j-ront after the style of a Napoleon, j The colorings this season are pood, that crop i will do for you what ii has for thou- thusisalic oE tne members. i but rollinc; up slightly at ;the back, j from the gay and brilliant to the i shoi.t ono on tnis of others. aid Currt. John COBBOW, writes: troubled enthusisatic of the members. i but rolling up slightly at Hhe back, i jrom the gay and brilliant to ono on this side. The majestic "Crowned with the This model was trimmed very effec-jmost sombre shades. The leading; j the dashing "Miller's with black. Panne velvet arc Blcriot blue, cerise in a ly_ and the ridiculous "Little ostrich mount with osprcys. jwidc range ot shades, cherry red, Homer" form a variety that Is hardf Another very pretty hat was a amcthyst, and Donanier. Black i opcned; May 112 1-4 to beat. jtet flower hat trimmed in gold and j-js Tcry largely and burnt straw i closed; May a.2 The soloists are well known as i is also a favorite. I ,13 vocalists in the cltyj Onc prcUy was a turban inj The millinery parlors were crowded I find completely cureawcer are as follows: Miss TJrsulla Ar-j navy. uimmcd in Bleriot blue from carlv morning till M.- ta-ken three bottles. I weiy recom-i cher, Mrs. Sydney Jackson, Mrs. H.j DuchCss ribhon, miming a bow on the j in the and Miss nines ;__ r __ TTT T 1 1_ 4-Vv trying different doc- i.ago opened: May 111 3-4, July S: 113 2-S, July 107 opened: March 105 1-4 aml black iiUics oi the valley her assistant, Miss Gid ding, were mend it to all." Johnston, Mrs. W. J. aiii4 _. ..._ For sale by driers. H. R. Cooper and Andrew Tilley; roscs on right side. i Itept constantly busy showing the hats j >otily by The T. Milbura Mr E Dayton, violinist. The hats this season arc very large, to the ladies. j o, Ofit. I lon "uiy. 107 3-4. oped: March 34 1-2; CREAM BAKING POWDER Makes the food of superior healthfulness and finest quality May 36 ;