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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Thursday, March Page 5 SPRING OPENING SALE Prices and Values that bring Big Business Price Reductions tliat will bring us econom- ical shoppers Lowest Price Gro- cery Store in Lethbridge Large bottle Catsup, pints for.....15c Worcester Sauce, special for.....15c- in large bottles ,25c.' 5 gal. kegs of .Pickles, special Ben Hur brand of Preserves large...' ....................30c. and 40c. Apples'in gallon tins for .........35c Smith's Jams, any kind for.......70c Peaches, special a tin............13c. Pears, special a tin ...........18c. Raspberries, special a tin.........18c. Strawberries, special a Lombard Plums, special a tin ..T15c Liptori's Preserves, quart bottles. .25c Jelly Powders.............. 3 for 25c Jellies in glass tumblers .........10c. Raspberry Vinegar, qt. Lowney's Chocolate, half Ib. cake 25c Lowney's Cocoa, half tb. tins ..25c. Lemon and Vanilla Extracts, 2oz. lOe. Lemon and Vanilla Extracts IGoz. GDC. Mooney's Sodas, a box...........20c. Shredded Wheat Biscuit ........15c. Chase Sanborn's Coff es ..25c 35c and 40c Ridgeway's Teas at'........40c., 50c. Blue Ribbon Tea and 50c. Camp Coffee Extract ............20c Very choice Hams, a Ib...........22c Choice Breakfast Bacon, a Ib. Fine Leaf Lard. 3 ib. pail ........GOc Peerless Cream, a tin...........12c. St. Charles tin .......10c S Ib. sack of Oatmeal.......----35c. Best Potatoes a hundred Cabbage, good sound heads, a Ib.. 3c. Turnips, a Carrots, a Ib. 1-2c Eclipse Soap, special a bar-----3 T-2c Swift's Hard Wiiter Soap .7 for 25c Toilet Paper, large roll...........5c. 200 PIECES OF 15e ENGLISH PRINTS 12Vi A Iways sold for ISc in this city. We have the largest assortment and the'" greatest choice of patterns that has 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 SALE OF MEN'S SUITS 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. Read This List of Special All and .suits, in choice tweeds and wor- steds, selling at All .made of good English wor- steds and all wool tweeds S8.75 for AM 22.50 and Men's suits in choicest worsteds S14.75 and tweeds for AIT best loc English Prints' for 12 1-2 Bleached table linen, 2 yds. wide 79c. White Cambric, worth 15c for.... Tic. English Flannelette 12 T-2c. Crash towelling, pure linen, pair ..10c loc Crash towling, special at..12 1-2c. Wide Corset 'Embroideries at -----25c Best ?L50 kid gloves, guaranteed Good weave Poplin dress goods ..60c Boys' heavy ribbed hosiery..........25c New corded velvets for...........65c Special Values in Bath Towels 18x41 inch Bath towel's, each .12 1-2c. 22x4', inch Bath towels, each ----20c 20x42 Inch Bath towels, each.....25c 20x45 Inch Bath towels, each----30c 24x50 inch aBth. towels, each Tea towelling ...............15c Heavy linen crash toweling for 15c light and dark toweling for 12 t-2c Best Huck 21x40 in. ea....29c SOME OF THE NEW THINGS FOR SPRING New styles in Spring Suits-. Advance showing .Spring Coats. New Style in Veilings. _. New Dress Trimmings and Buttons In the Men's Department Men's loc Silkine, handkerchiefs 10c. New styles Stetson hats All Boy's Suits for All Boy's Suits for Boy's. and Pants for ..95c. Men's .Worsted Pants for Men's and Women's shoe laces lOc dz. Men's oOc Silk ties for ----......25c. Men's 75c Silk ties for .......50c. RECITAL WAS GREAT-SUCCEHK Chonil Club Gave air 'Excellent Entertain- ment The' Choral Club recital anticipated' or some time was realized, last night nd certainly lost nothing of the de- Khts of anticipation in the realiza- ion. It was a musical treat of the irst order and the members of the, lub have .every' reason to be proud if their production. The great vol- ume of sound in the chpruses from almost a. hundred voices sfeemed like one great voice. The choruses opening with 'God Save the King' and dosing with 'The Miller's Wooing' ev- ery style of chorus arid the only re- grettable part was that there were no encores forthcoming. 'Judge me, 0 God' was perhaps the best executed of any of the choruses if any discrimination could be-made. It was full of wonderful harmony and carried away the audience by storm. Mrs. Sydney Jackson's solo 'Deep in Mv Heart Beloved' was exceedingly sweet and clear and if possible en- gaged Mrs. Jackson still more to the I Let-hliridge people as a singer of no mean ability. Of Mr. Harold Cooper's solos, 'Gowned with the Tempest' and 'Mess mates' no word need be spoken. Ho was well up to the usual mark and kindly responded to the wishes of the audience with an encore both times. Mr. Layton's violin solo 'Legende'. to say the least, was worthy of Mr. Layton's best endeavor. He excelled himself in this most difficult and' sweet selection. The duet of.Mrs. Alexander and Mr. Andrew Tillcy 'I feel angel spi- i ROBINSON MORDEN GENERAL. MEKCHANTS have just placed in stock a large consgnment or Dry Gixxib.antf Boots and Shoes. known "McjCready" shoes which are comfort and wear and our prices are the same as on other goodi, ''very reasonable." BOOTS ANDSffiES Our price per Men's'Tan'Boots. This boo', is made from best quality box caJt skin. Very styl- ish and very serv.ceable Our price per Men's Box Calf Blucher, made from good quality box calf skin. Well sewn through- Our special price per Men's Working Boots. Thit boot is made from goo' quality grain leather, med- ium heavy soles, Blucher cut. Our price per pair Miners Boots. This boot is made especially lor rough work and has heavy spiked soles. Our price per pair is Miners' High Boots, same as above, but with high top. Extra quality. Our price per Men's Patent Leather Blu- chers, with kid lop. Our pricej per pair Boys' Box'Calf Blucher. Sixet 1 to 5. Just the thing for school wear. pair Youth's" Blucfter, slzv es 11 to 13: Our price per Women's Cuoc. Bluchers', made goia leather, very stylish and comfortable. Our price per pair r., Wbmeu-'s "Solid Comfort" boots.. This boot is made from good quality Denjgola leather, Blucher cut and! plain toe. Ouir prfc'e" per pair Women's DongQJa. Buskin, a. very comiortabte shoe for, morning, wear. Our price per pair ............H.40 Misses' Box: Calf. Blucher, an extra good boot for school- wear.' per pair- is Misses' Pebble Blucber, made efrom good quality- pebble leather. Our price, per weekly specials f I 4 4 4 4 4r 4 Air Men's Overcoats Reduced 4r 4; 4- 45. 47 4 4? A. MACDONALD CO. rft' was one of the 'hits' of the ev- ening.and left iliL- audience with a de- sire for more. Miss Archer's solo 'Damon' was a- solo that brought out a. singer of much above the ordinary ability. Miss Archer has a voice, remarkably well trainedvand with a great deal of na-j tural sweetness. Her song was heart- j ily applauded and c'alled for an en- core, f her selection by Mrs. I-L I-J. John- ston was another of Mrs. Johnston's triumphs. Her sweet and remarkably clear enunciation is Avell known al- i ready and her; song last evening was lone that will not soon be forgotten. Her encore 'Home Sweet Home' was as thoroughly appreciated as the se- The. evening's entertainment was most satisfactory in so far as it left the audience with a desire for more of this style of music and it'is'to be i' Oysters, 2 Ib. cans, ea. ...25c Oysters, 1 Ib. cans, ea. ..15c Sajrdines, Balaklava Brand 4 cans for ...........25c Sardines, Ailbert Brand, 2 cans for ..............25c Per doxen-cans .......65c Per dozen cans Sardines, King Oscar brand, each...................I5c Per dozen cans Salmon, Summit brand, 2; .tins for Salmon, Yacht brand, 2 tins for...................-35c Salmon, Shamrock per tin.....................20c Acadia Codfish, in 2 Ibi: box- es.....................-30c Lobster, in 1-2 2 cans for Lobster in 1 Ib. cans, ea. 45c Kippered 'Herring, Canadian, 2 cans for -Holland Herrng, per keg -9Qc Maconochie's Kippered Her-. ring, 2 cans for .......35c Maconochie's Herring in to- mato sauce 2 for ......35c Wagstaffe's Jam, all flavors, n Ib. pail ...-80c Smith's Jam, all flavors, 5 Ib. pail.................'.75c Victoria Cross Jelly, 5 Ib. pail for ...................65c C. B. Jams, all flavors, 7 Ib. can Jelly Powder, the Trophy brand, 7 for ..........50c Or, 15 for East India Relish, very deli- bottle .......35c Worcestershire 2 .bot- ties lor ...............25c GnerKms, Sterling brand, 2 bottles for ............35c Dill Pickles, Libby's, per bot- PRINTS AND GINGHAMS 12' pieces good quality pdnt, all newest patterns. Our price, per yard .12 1-2c 12 pieces extra good quality print, newest patterns. Our price, per yard........ 15c .10 pieces gingham, .assorted patterns, good quality. Our price per yard .........15c 2 only pieces apron gingham, blue and white eheck, v 45 inches "extra .good Quality. Our price per'yd. is ...................-20c 4- 4 4 4 4 4J i! Ask fcr prices on Flour, Rd.' Oats, Bran, Shorts, Oats, Etc. Highest prices paid for butter, eggs and other farm produce. We pay freight on all cash orders of f15.00 and over to all points within 50 miles of Lethbridge.- Rob nson Morden Box 2005 North 'Lethbvidge' Phone 1356 Silent Salesmen Showcases are indispensable in a retail store. Our prices place high grade .salesmen within reach of all. Ask for catalogue. THE D. R. MclNTYRE FURNITURE CO. Tilsor.burg, Ont. ALBERTA REPRESENTATIVE GEO. WHELEN Box 687 Lethbridge, Alta MILLINERY OPENINGS AT L. AND J. McLEAY'S The parlors of the Misses McLeay were the scene of a bustling activity yesterday morning and after- noon, the occasion of the spring op- ening and (he new spring creations en the milliners' art of every conceivable was the French turban in all colors and designs of trimming's: One large model of this style was of a delicate amethyst shade with sequin band and crown covered'with "the same shade of mohair braid, trimmed with large white osprcy, with the same shade oi straw underneath. A turban of the rajah shape trimmed with lavender mohair plaque with three folds of mechlin mtervcn- folds and Brandon is endeavoring to from the Manitoba legislature power J hoped that the contemplated recital of the 'Messiah' will take definite form secure in the near future. Cfrt-a.t praise is due Mr. Andrew Til- to construct and operate a street car .-ystem. ing between the top trimmed at the sid-e with two shaded tips was. a most piece of artistic workmanship. A knot oi the same shade of mechlin and two large pins completed the trimming. Among the hats of the larger style were many pretty black models. This color is still very strong and holds a large place among the spring shades One very large black was noticeable up very severely at the left At the Winnipeg civil assizes yes- terday Villies, wno was injured by I Jailing from the scaffold of a struc-; tnre being built by the C. N. R-. j awarded damages of I shade and shape were shown. The large draped turbans were very much in evidence as well as a areat nany of the very large hats. One very pretty model was a-largc black lace hat with white satin foUi trimmed with amethyst roses and velvet ribbon. Among the draped turbans was a magnificent hat with black tulle crown, gilt band and mustar plumes. One of the latest, colors the cerise red was shown a great deal and show j gidc aml lhc jrontj with black mo-i ed up to great advantage on a large! hair braid on lhc crown. The top black hat trimmed with cherries. 1 is shirred with lace- It is trimmed Among the flower trimmod two .large plumes and one large was a large amethyst shaded one !ospreyf qnictcly stops couRhs. cnrcs colds, heal? the throat and lunps. i-o ccuts. MISS COOKSLHY'S OPENING The parlors of Miss Coofcsley on DulTorin Street were filled with ad- mirers yesterday for the great va- riety ot pretty millinefy creations on view Ihere. Tiie shape shown here Four big act? from the -J- "Pantages Circuit" of Seattle 4- open at the -Lyceum next Mon- day niglit. Tlii.s promises to he one of the best and 4- gest vaudeville program ever v seen in Lethbridge. DUSTLESS HOUSE CLEANING WITH OUR VACUUM PROCESS. ALL DIRT AND DUST REMOVED From your home without any disarrangement of the house, and no'Carpets and Rugs to pull up The Lethbridge House Cleaning and Renovating Co. Phone 1115 Our System EATS up the Dirt To be in the swim you should eat with the crowd at the new Alexandra Cafe Good music from 6 to 7.30 p. m. Prices within reach of everybody. Come early if you want to get a seat. Bring y'our friends. Pri- vate Dinner Parties a spec- ialty. IIMIIUY, Prop. A broken axle caused the derail- ment of thirteen cars ot a frelgnt train on the Canadian Pacific Rail- way near Beresiord, Sask. There were no fatalities. I I COR ROUND AND DUFFERIN STS. SPRING HALE OF FURNITURE, STOVES AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS ON M I .4. 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- -f t> It 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- -f SPECIAL English Tapestr Mini Or ion till designs, with color combinations olr green and blue. Hfi.xlO J't. 9l't. xl2 ft. BRUSSELS SQUARES (5 ft. 9x J) ft. Dl't.xlO ft 11 ft. x 12 ft. How To Save And where to save is the main object these days. you are pur- chasing- anything for the home and have little to do it Avitli, your purchases should certainly he made at LETHBRIDGE FURNITURE CO. IRON BED LOUNGES Double Avi.cl.tli com- plete with wool filled green denim draped Special IRON BANNER COUCH .Single com: pletc with wool filled green den i m draped Special SULTAN BOX SPRING LOUNGE With spring edge, filled, green den- im Special CROCKERY TO OLE All- Tea and sancors, (loz. Dinner plates doz. Tea pin Irs (lox. Bakers ..............20c cadi Bowls ...............20c cadi Cream in set set Oslemoor mattress, the Felt, similar to Ostcmoor We <-any niattrcsses., full' size at prices from up -f 4' 4- 4-i 4- .4-1 f ll 1 1 P P