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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta II, 1915 THIS LETFiniUDGE DAILY PAGE FIVE Let Us Be Your PURE FOOD GROCERS NEW LAID EGGS; pur 'dozen ORANGES; fancy Na- vels, Ifj, 28, 22 mill TdinouH Blend, more ol! our custom cm (IrJiilriug it Ihau any other kind. Makes a rich, fragrant, alieng- Ihcudig' c.ol'fijo wllh a moat do- llclous flavor. This wock Per Found R. C. SOAP; S packages lor IVORY SOAP; fi cakca for SUNLIGHT SOAP; 11 for APPLES; Fancy Winter, per caso-----% CORN FLAKES; 3 packages for CRISP CELERY; Per Pound CAULIFLOWER; 20c; and CALIFOFINIA GRAPE FRUIT Extra large size, special this u-eok, 4 Cor MARMALADE; slave's, per- i ONTARIO CHEESE; 2 pounds for-----..... CRAWFORD PEA- CHES, size 2 tins for BLOATER PASTE; 3 tins for............ TOILET SOAP; 8 cakes for CARR'S BISCUITS Brunette Chocolate; Per Pound Swlfs Wafer; Per Pound Cream Crackero; Per Pound Button Nuts; Per Pound Cup Cracknels; Per Found Club Chceicn; Per Pound Cream Puff; Per Pound Ginger Cake; For Pound Arrowroot; Per Pound'............ Phillipines; Per Pound' Mixed Macaroont; Per Pound' Acorm; Per Pound............ LARD; 45c, Trie and CREAM OF WHEAT; Per Package Java kind, ilrcag- ..._at do- k45c 45c 25c 50c 25c lOc 25c I FRUIT 25c 75c 45c 35c 25c 25c s 45c 40c 30c 25c 55c 45c 30c 30c 30c 70c 65c 70c 20c 50c 15c 25c 10c "zSc" 25c SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUITS, 2 I'oi- SEMOLINA; UroUTl (i l'olson'8, 2 padrai'CS PORK BEANS; 7 HUB for VAN CAMP'S HOM- INY LEMONS, largo size; Per Dozen CORN, PEAS AND BEANS uji Mile each.. 'TOMATOES; HyBoiui BUe 3, in Ury tins, 2 for........ FRENCH BEANS; 2 (or SCHILLING'S BAK- ING POWDER SALMON, or Horaeaiioe THISTLE HADDIE; lor'................. ia nothing more refreshing than cujt of Delic- ious Tea, and we do not liesl- to say thai a Finer Tea has neiver been offered tu Letli- bridge than Our Special Ulend. Trj' a mmplo with your M n _ next order. Per pcunii PEACHES, APHICOTS PEAR3, 3 tins for ACADIA CODFISH; On srUe Mils H-eelr STILTON CHEESE; Per Pound LIMBURGCH CHCESE, per pound GAMALOST CHEESE Aftn Per Pound ONTARIO POTA- TOES, per sack SWEET ONION PICKLES SOUR ONION PICKLES JAM; Tea Garden ii Ib. tinfl, on sale FLORIDA FRUIT, 3 for _ CORN STARCH; Brov-n roison'e Famous Starch 2 for CHOCOLATES; Per- rln'fl Newport per pound BACON; Swiff B Pre- mium, per pound BACON; Swift's Pre- mium, sliced, pound HAH; awlft'a Pro- boned and ENQLIBH BRAWN CORN BEEF, c. s. corrtt; Per Pound 35c 4Cc 30c 20c 85c 25c wii and 35c 45c 313 Fifth Street S. Phone 1453 Prompt Delivery to all parts of city Geo. KERR Co High Class Grocers and Provision Merchants THE BOY OF TOMORROW Dr. nnil Olr.f. Kcrliv rwrivi'd word trom thuir .sou, Spencer Kerliv, that he and Mr. John TuMior-iJmic arriv- ed In Liverpool on Herald. Miss Josic .McDonald left Tuesday .she experts lo spend about three months. II IBS JctiEle Hnlchcr ot" lOdmontoiij whose engagemwiL to Uout. F. 11. It. Miiwburn o.f. the 20lh Mattery of this city, was niniuuncud In Calgary re- cently, Is registered nl.the I ,cth bridge [with Mrs. F. H. Muwhurii of Ciiluary. Jr. and Mrs. J. M. Campbell of j Owcu Sr.'ind uniioiiiicu Urn mcnt of their daughter, Knie, to Mr. JamtJB Fowler, M.A., Il-Sc.. of Calgary. The marriage will take place on March 31. Mr. and Mrs. Cert Hoy I of Sixth av- enue A South, are rejoicing over ihe arrival of a baby girl, bom yesterday. After Ihc performance of "The Quaker Girl" on Tuesday evening, a fan' of the principals spent a pleasant evening at the home of Mr. F. O. Hyde. Music was much in evidence, and after an enjoyable time the party was escorted to Hie depot to lake train for Calgary. Miss Maiai-siu and .Miss Kdith Uar- assin, who were visiting their sister, Mrs. James have ieit lor 11-Jiejr home in Chatham, Calgary Albcrtiin. Tlie Dominion Hcbuccji will mtct tonight in the Oddfellows IlaM- J The Kebeccu dsgrf-c will hit conferred. [Visiting meiiiber.s The members oi the I. O.'D. K. are reminded of the sewing tomorrow .aF- ternooi> at .123 8th Kt! S. It is dc- 1 sired that all sewing on hand be lin- .'ihed as soon at; possible, and those I who ire doing si'wiiig at their homes arc asked to turn U- in as early 'as convenient. j The Intermediate Christian lindea-' vor society ot St. Andrew's church will meet as usual on Friday evening at 7. p. m. Mr. C. Marsh will ad- dress tlie meeting, every member oi i this society is requested to be prcs- i cut. St. Andrew's church last evening at nine o'clock HID scene, of a splen- did gathering ol young about 150, who came to greet.Rev. Mr. Gil- bert an bis first appearnnce In tho series of talks to the of JvcthbritJge. It was Indeed a treat to those who were present, as they list- ened to the words so well cliosen'thnt came not only from the lips of the speaker but from the depth of hia heart, on tbe topic, "The Gems of o. Queen's Crown." Nothing (need be said in further praise of Mr." Gllbart as this was ao well Bbcfwn by the deep Impression no uiadi on those present Ciy throuffh hia heart-felt sym- pathy and personality. It Is to be appreciated that Rev. Mr. Gilbarl will again apeak to Lctbbrldge E ladles next Tuesday, evening. March 1G, at 9 p.m., In St. Andreiv's church on the exceedingly interesting, topic "Five Foollah Be sure to add your presence to the large number who will take advantage of, this second opportunity, and'you will certainly never regret it. Life Is pretty much of a happy-go- lucky nlTait. It consists of one crop of citizens after another. Eacli year IhonsDnrls of M urn out humans die mid other thousands enter the world and must'prr.pare themselves to take their place in human .affairs. In the current number. ,or "The American City the editor puts tlie case this An Old, Family Cough Remedy, Home-Made LIMle. but IB Prompt, S Effective J3y making thia old-time srrup ftt home you not only PIVO about compared with the ready-made kind, but you will also JiavQ a miicli more prompt and positive, remedy in every way. It nvcrcomen the UBunl COURHB, throat iind cheat .colds in 24 even whooping ia excel- lent, too, for. bronchitis, bronchial in B. honmcness and spasmodic croup. 10-mmce bottle and nll'tnu bottle with granulated sugar syrup. Full di- rections with 1'inex. Keeps perfectly and way. "Eacli year sow a.crop of citizens far. future gathering. Encli wo Sathcr in the crop sown gather. 1'or as.'full grown citizens t-lic crop sown in 1895. At the same time we plant a prop :for J93G, and so it gocB." The.'question is, are we doing auj- scientific citizen farming than did 'twenty-one years ago. Has .-the bpy of-today any better opportunities .than his prede- cessor Will the. lad of tomorrow excel tlio lad of-today because of su- perior advantages Is the world to cxpect-'qf -tJic udy of ioinor- row As for myself, 1 shall expect him to be a hoy. Not a cherub, not a little man, not a sneak, but just plain unadulterated boy. I expect that he will stand, oa his feet, look you in the eye, tell you the truth. That he will sleep when he physical and mental; come upon hiiii, when irri- tates and the. Jure of. adventure is'like.i n, siren song in his car, the I Htcat passions o[ life lay Jet us hope that then he vrill.. havye: the counsel, .guidance and .ship of a worthy father. -The..number; oi prodipal sons of, tomorrow., will.be .largely determined liy tlie '.number oi 'prodigal fathers, ol .that, The hoy. of tomorrow should Abe protected from the blighting housing :md neighborhood still? fsap tlie vitality, dull the and coarsen the Corals oly' mjinV' lads. "We have sdys-.-the .crican City. Editor, zcns to the hare tried growing .rooms .without light and air, raising them in cellars, tried grmvmjr them Avitli a minimum of train- ing the young plants on the .streets, and in tbe unsupervised dance halls, chrap theatres and lotf grade incuts and parks, feeding them too often on whiskey and vulgar sugges-! Minns, and fhon, whim we, .faiae, a, I sickly, stunted growth we I'Oh, isn't this dreadful? wbal ;sliall j Jive tlo and ivu answer pur own question by doing the all over again. There has come to. the continent, however, a ne.w .awakening to the value of child life that pfofn- 1 iscs better things for the Hoy. pi to- ALL EYES ON THIS LIST OF HUD- very one looking for greatest value coupled with correct style and sterling quality should See Our Mew Spring Merchandise Four Lines of Spring Footwear in a Special Selling In New Spring Merchandise we are Ready to Fill Your Needs 45 Inch Beautiful 'Spanxlcd Flouncing In good qual- ity black Drusselu Net. 1'atiems tu'i- nuat con- ventional offKts and are Biiix-U'.lly adapted Cor woitr. Mao a feu1 pleci's of Allover Beaded Ninons in groat ranee of colors. Regular prices on tltese lines run from to S3.00 Der g> 4 Kfj Sale Price per yard I Pure Sill; Hosiery 75c Few women indeed who do noi ilulishl in Silk Hosiery. Here is a. special that is bound lo iippciii to many. Heal French Pun; Silk Iloan In colors: sky. rose, panJ. grey. and red. Slzos 10 10. Wcnh End SaJc Price per pair Trimmings Yard Handsome Persian and Creion Trim- mings in 'band mid eiiL rifiicLs. Also beautiful inch Jet Tvlmmuig. Tiicsc arc- liniJK thai must cleared tliis week end. To accnm- jjjlb'li (Iila we 'Jiare cm iJiem from form- er 10 Hj OE Per Yard B v Real French Kid Gloves Liidies' will apprrtiaU1 iliis iini> of 12 luitioii Mostjuelalre Gloves, black or in sixes (i to 7Vj. Kriday and tiatur- 4 day per pair ty I Beautiful icts, Values Clioose from Uirsp .beautiful Lace mid Ernbroiilered Handkerchief values ff 4 ol wlilcli mn up to ?_.iiO for a See the Window Tonight for These Lines. Unusual Cur- tain Bargains on Friday's Program Curtains Nottingham Law; Cunalns jn ivory, wliHn or Arab, wlfliha. and yaixbi long. .Just -IK pairs to gB on nule. Ciiooso from (i designs, rtrt Whllo limy last pyr B Bungalow Nets I.lc Pretty Whits BimBtiloiv jn Striii- i.-d snil Sr-01 designs, 42 inpli w'ldiliK; etroag KcrrJceablr ]jer; ivonld 4 pood vnliu; at 2uL-. 1'er Vartl... a 30c Scrim 20c ibordenxl Scrim, IIIF wide. pretty colorings in 'an mid blue on crpani ground stripe in centre. PP.T Yard U w i-y .Scrims Wv vinlored Uordereci ifamuIsettGs in rose ;md blue, white und ecru grounds; :iG inch HpcRiaJ value 30c Hi-ass Roils 20c Just a'Jjoui of LJiesL- Brass sinn Rods left. Hall ex- tends ri-l inclies Men's 'Boots .H3.9 Myii, cliooee from cheae Ja.nU rallies iu Wade and i LIU Boots, ;ill popular new Spring models in all sixes. On Hale UUK wscl; CO QQ end lor per pair Ladies" IJludiers ladies' Dressy Shoes made from fine select -1 ruri..tniarch' the most prominent iiien for lu'iyiy years in Hie livestock' world of wfst: cm Canada, and a; plonuor of jhe.fVu; kon district, ftlsg. a. well-known .BriVuv don for more Ilian 30 passed 'away earb'- this .morrtfug In 'the person of .rohn Alexander-liovey. The late Tklr.'Hffwcy was horn nonr Oweu THE NURSING MISSION Provides.visiting, nurges for mater- nity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious a.nd charges according to the cir- cumstances of the patient. .Poor patients carecl for free of charge.. Graduate niirses for private, duly also providfil. Kor furtlier partic1 ulars apply to '.lie -Nurelng- sion, 413 UUi.St. S. Phone (Miss) A. M. Tilley, (Misi) Roie Cameron, Grad. Nuric. (Miss) J. T. Mackenzie, Grad. SWIiET-'HOiMK.- ;