Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Safiirdjiy.Msirr!! 11.1911. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 13. CLARKE & CO. THE LADIES' STORE HHI: PHONE 453 ACADIA BLOCK MANUAL TRAINING Rf^SALE Anothef Departure at the Aggressive Store 'After Supper Sale'' We are going lo stimulate Saiurday tiiRii: slioppinn in this cliy iis ii whs never aiimiilutpd hofrire. Beginning this wuok we iv|li liolrl an "Al'iei- Supper" salo every aanivrlay night from x p.m. lill iIhrIhk rime, The biggesil bai'jitniiiN yoii ever liejii'tl of will be the Ii'smIc-atti'ac'tin;^ leatiireN of these Atter-Snppei* Sales. Wo liavo asked otir Ir^udinK mauufaciurerB and wholesalers lo �o-opera,(e with us l)y giving our patroni some traiy wondfTfiii IjarKalnH lo make these After-.Siipper sales a srnnd siicces.s. 'I'hey have responded nobly and the slory la lold helow In a tromendoiis sale ol' newest enibroiUurlea lor lonisshl ai . prloeB that can't be inaiched in this nr any other city for real vnliio. We anticipate unuaual selling, so be on hand at the opening hour. ' ; Our Complete New Stocks of Finest Embroideries at 1-3 Off AT 1.3 OFF FROM 8 TIl^L 10 O'CLOCK A beautiful conection. which at the regular piicns, represents values AT we have never er]ualled before. KdRlnKs. iiisertlons. atrappingK. 1-3 OFF headings, corset onihroidories. flnuncings, allovers aiul matched FROM sets, in lovely quaiuies and dainty designs, all reduced by one-third R TILL 10 actual value for a raualnK sale from- 8 to 10 o'clock. O'CLOCK J the trained mind, stance of life. 'I'iiere ort no Uouiit ill evcrv Tiie inodnrn Inierp-ft iii pli>-.;i.:al weii-l)oine of school children lias no piirnllel In history. P,-'vioti.sly >aniii! men trained foi- suecllic siriiKgles: for war, foi- the chase, or for the arena. Xow we would train our children that they tuiiy have sound bodies,! perfecllv conlrolled, that thev may! ^^''^ ^' Vrooman has returned not only �")".'' living, but that ,he i f''"ru an extended sojOC Kachel street. First Baotist Church-Rev. \. .1 I'losser, the ijaator, will preach morn-iitg and evening. Sunday school rnd Adult Bible class at U.U, p,m. St. Andraw'a Church, North Leth-bridge-Minister. Rev. W. W. Bryden M.A. Sunday services at 11 a.m. and 7..'hi p.m. Sunday school at three -Minister's Bible class at �(. A hearty welcome to all. Knox Church (Presbytarian)-Sunday services. 11 a.m. and 7.SO p.m. "I I 41 that iheir culture is liraiii bulklin.g captured here by detectives and evening service a song service will be iiiR to I.fithbridge. Will advLsc from , peg. who left for home today. Baltimore earliest open dale. Please rangemenia have been perfected feel that you are under no oblisarions 'tire placing of a contingent of .\iiieri to me, alPhoiigli 1 dn want to visit'caii farmers on the land. IS ENDORSED BY THE HKiHEST AITHOIHTIES Experlmants which place the hall-mark of scientific approval on BOVRIL were made at the School of Physiology, Trinity Colldge, Dublin, when it was shown that. "BOVRIL taken with other foods adds to the "consumer from 10 to 20 times its own weight, "and also creates a reserve fund of energy." BOVRIL rs ALL BEEF Without muscles our food could not be digested, in fact, without niiisi lea the'human will would lime no niean;--of expression. To nnoic Dr Stanley Hall, ".Muscles have .r.iili all ihe roads, cities and machines in the .world, written all the hooks, spoken ^all the words,, and, in fac-t done e\e!-y-lihing that man lia,-4 arcomidisheri �.viilij ninttor." Mn^iilsle;. argues iliai c'hiir' acter Is simply muscular habits. We' speak of sltil! nndunnce cind perseverance 11.^ cinues. How largely aiv they mtisculs, virtues. Indeed, may: not their ojipo-iic, lack of I'oiitrol. fat ' igufi and cauiire ijc called nuisriilai 1 next fall, than in all the years Past ; g� | lemc ii is that 1 he edueai ion-coiiibiiied The lieav\ fall of snow putiing t,ucli stress upon mo- .iiid the ir.aiiiicr v.liicli it has remain- ,oi-1 ]-;iining. lie recognizes that while; I'd on the i;roiiiicl insures us a bumper ii\\s training is of untold value to men crop of fall whetit. and it also will,in every walk of life, it is of supreme, le.ive the ground 111 line condition [or . importance hi ihe education of child-spiing ctops III all kinds ren. Fred roilin.. proprietor of the lio- Differ as ih- view ooinis may. ihere, iheld pending orders from the nava, '�''' A special meetiug lot i women will be held on Mohdav after aiiihorities. 515 Phone 515 CANNED- FISH Salmon ................20c Lob.= ter In glass .....40c Lobster in tins .........25c Sardines in glass .......60c Sardines in tins .......25c ("odfish iu tins .........20c Cod Steak, lb..........15c L. C. Teeple SHERLOCK BLOCK. 3rd Ave. and 7th St. South !inanimit,\. among think lc-1, is lia\iiiL>; It renovated and is pre- is wonderfii p.iniig for ilic bill: rush to pincher ''"S" as -o the advantages of play ! Citi, wiiiili 1^- c.xpected when the con- "I' .aymnasricn. of manual training and! iiioon at .'l.;.IO. All cordially welcome. ' Wesley Methodist Church-Rev. T.P f'erry. pastor, will preacli at both the morning and evening services, '"hi. morning subject Is "Tho Fulness of tin Spirit," and that of the evening ".le- sua .Tiid the - �.'\totiement." Sf� day I school and Bible classes at ,'3 o'clock , Prayer meeting of S. S, tt-acliers and officers ;it L'.:)P Sunday afteriuon. I St. Patricks (Roman Catholic.1 - j.'ilorning services at ;i aiid 11 o'clock. : i-jvenlng sorvle s at 7..in o'clock. The :c. T. |.Sunday at four p.m. In the basement jof the Society . in the month at font vent. St. Augustin's Church of England-: Corner ftb street and 2nd avenue. > Holy Communion 8 a.m.: I'Maiius II; a.m.; Choral Eucharist list Sunday� I ness a I Montreal. St. Cyprian's (AnBlican)-.-Corj�r 61 bighth avenue and U-'levoath street soutn. Services: Morning prayer �t' I! a.m. Kvensong, 7.:J0 p,ia. StSntU/' school and Adult Blt)ln class, .8 p.iii' Holy haptiam, 4 p.m. Holy oommuti-ion, 1st and 3rd Sunaays at b.SO^a.m.^ :;nd and 4th at 11 o'clocl: - awrvice.; Brotherhood of St. Andrew's me�t� every Tuesday evening In the veatry'i at 8 p.m. W. v. .VlcMlUen, rector; adr'' dresB, lioO Sixth street iSoutlu Wastmintter Mathediat Churoh -'' Iho pastor. Rev. A. A. LyUe rlll preach in the morning on '^Tlie Salve* tion of the Saints." Iu the evenini there will be n special Epworlli T.etiT gue service. The pastor "will be tn charge and Mlas Shaw and Miss I^IIV am will give "Gleanlugs from the CoW ventlon'at Macleo�l lest week. Sun-] day school and Bible class at three: o'clock. St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran- Services March 1'- at the home ot Kov.' '''^ c. (Jrani. 31S Fifteenth 'street soui^r m �^1 ! William street). German services ^tj a.m;: Sunday school S p.m.; Bnglislia services 7.30 p.m. Kvarybody lyelcomcC Tiie Hov. O. A. Groth will liold C>rr-ij man services at 710 I6th stt^et N. i Bailftv street). Time of service 10.30' a.m. Sunday school at 2 p.m. Lieiiten;? meet eve:^ flr^t^ and' third :'^"7"''^^'' Wednesday evenings at clglit f'C.'locK. ^ ^^V,^ ^1 convem. The Ladies' Altar meets every second- Sunday p.m. in the eon-1 Grady has been electe betier than b.i. any other method. Lethbridge House thmmg Co. Roiicrl Ga\, ,1 Toronto printer out o: \\oii> iii .New \(irli, conMiiitted suicide. antckl.v .'-lop.* coutfh^, cures colds, heals tha Ibrotfi aud limit* 25 ce"'''- \aluab!i' I,;, prodm-ts in ilip ph'ie devciuiMiiHiii of the child. i The^i- .lh'iifi-ai observations on tliel odvuniMKc^s of physical ediii-:ition art; intended to -��i^e us a brief introduc ! iioii lo a .i. The Lund Lind and Development , Ltd. Cranbrook B. C. IJKiliKST SNAP IN Tin: CITY modkkn hoi si: '2 nii!intc>* rnnn new !)�0 cash. Hahiiicc ciivy. box Mm hi:kali�oiti( i: JAIL BREAKER PLEADS GUILTY E. J. HILL & CO. I "When You Think of Style. Think of Us" E. J. HILL & CO. i in I h' I' ! iicl I 'out t 1 l;i:- niiiri.il.t; hipfote i'l ill I'll -''id.'ic Wintc;. i,; ri-I est P,ol'".- t!ic voiiiii: man m'r\iiif; !a Iwo-'ci; ti't 111 at the barracks mr j ho'.is^�b'ca^ h,)!; .it Coiill..-, \\a.^ ar-r.iitiicd .'-.'i pleaded gnilly to the charge � ' 'iieakinc: jail Sentence I was iic.orri^il I f;,i;'\: �'11 w a �. til,' man wlm liroke :;i,il ic;t!.' a iii'ifiti). i'ud who u.is j c,T|)t.'r.'C' -i'-'lh af'erwards just rasi I of the cit\ ' r*EGRO P'r'THIANS MUST GIVE UP THF NAME Motr Mi^'i.Ala . I', re: ' ! ' . I'yihians oi \h-' 'I'mn. i omi,-,., ini; ui,,; , flfleea oi �vent;- 'iousand. rr'si i!!--coniiuuc ., ;is( o\ iho I'.vihi.'in '.Mae t.ml'le'ns i nil ijtuals ;.i->;oril iins io a on 'rcmi ihe , lianoT.. 'court o' M �iisjocierv. ; oholdin>; a nill filed In.-' ."day liy Cie grand lodce oi tKiilshtsof Pythbcs ol Alaiiama iwhitei laKUinsi the KniRhis of Hyihias of Knr ope, Asia. .'Vfrlcf and N'orih and Souib A 111ericH inegro.l Distinctive Style in This Showing of the New Spring Coats and Suits >'ou'll find your Princess Coin or Suit ivaiting for you at Hill's. You'll know as soon as you try it on that you have achieved .vour ambition of Dlsttnclion in Dress. �^'ou'll apprecla.te the distinctive Prlucees fit, dlsiinctive because it la perfect at collnr, shoulders and hips, the very points at which most garments f,.ll. You'll be delighted wiih the expert norkmanshlp-she talloring-^-cthe rimmings. the finish; for Prfticees garments have greater value and more .^sMsfnction than the ordliuiry and at no greater coat. ^iflterials are of par,' woid cheviot and serKes, in neat hair line stripe- rolors of Ugh: aud d'ark srey-and new- tuscan shades. Sii!r Coats are shorter than last season, and are tastefully trixnmed 'wltk Rolii embroidery and ilat braids- Princess Coats $18, $25, $35 Princess Suits $25, $30, $35 1 J.ADIKS- VESTS Your choice cd 2ti dozen Ladles' Surnmei VestK -no sleeves, tjuarler deeves and loim sleeves. Worth rcKulnrly from 1'", iio :!."ie. Special for a few da>s olih ................ 15c CA.SHMERE HOSE L-adies Pure Wool Cashmere Hoee Good weight for Spring wear, fact black and elastic knit-sizes 8 X-2 ;i, H 1-2. in-regular S6c a jkUT. While thev 'ktt^- New 1911 Models of �Parisian Corsets Now in S/ock E. J. HILL & CO. " Alberta's Greatest Store "