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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 f J II f He'greatestSafettf GENERAL MERCHANDISE ever ipiit on in this city. All our NEW SPRING No old or Winter Goods left over to rnake a fuss abQut We require before Easter, in order to get'trieV cash discounts frommanufafcttirers.; To get the money we cut prices, offering Bargains that will appeal to every careful buyer when you see goods. We want every man and woman in the city to come and see for themselves that everything we advertise is genuine. So be on hand early and often SALE CLOSES EASTER DRESS GOODS HARRIS 'COSTUME TWEEDS, a high grade Tweed Suiting 56: inches wide, medium weight, fine range of dark and'light The regular price' Was per yd. SALE' PRICE K TWEED DRESS GOODS, 40 inch Tweed Dress Goods, checks and stripes. JustJ-he thing for School Dresses and Sk'irt's. Regular SOc'yd SALE PRICE ds, checks and 25c Wool Colored" Voiles' nelu's widc> Colors, Brown, Green; Navy, Grey 4nd Black. Value 95c. SPECIAL SALE PRICE 70c LUSTRES'AND and 60 cent black Lustres and- Mohairs. EASTER SALE 1'or Yard 40c .COCOA HEAVY The ?l.OO hize for The size for .76c li'1' HERE ARE SOME'SEASONABLE BARGAINS THAT WILL BE PICKED UP 0 Wool Carpet Squares 3 x 3 1-2. Reg. @......16.75 3 Wool Squares, x 3 1-2. Regulur 50 for. 3 OK Squares srxi 3x 3 I 2 Regular 2 "Brussels, slze'3 3. Regular SJ7.00 3 Velvet, x 4. Reg. 3 Velvet, size 3x 31-2. Reg. 1 Squares, size'3 x 4. Uc-g. 1 Stair Carpet. Keg. for per SHOES-BARGAINS LADIES' VICl KID LACED BOOTS-Our FineU New Stock. Your choiea from Five Different Complete Lines. Welted or turned soles. All Sizes. Regular price SALE PRICE IBS. vveuea or lurnea 83.00 EMBROIDERIES." 50 Pieces Embroideries aii terns from 3 to C inches vide. Regular 12 i-2c and I5c SALE-PRICE, ,Yd. OXFORD TIE and GIBSON SHOES Regular pi-ice price Regular Lines at Regular'Lnes price an endless range of pat- 8c SENATOR SHOES FOR MEN TORCHON 6c and Gc yd. Sule price....'..-3c i i MEN'S F1T-RITE .KIND and Suits. Sale. Price are the Cieuu of. the Season's Makes includng C everything that is stylish n material and general make up Good enough for any man, for any SALE PRICE, Only-.........f.............................. The Senator is a great favorite with men who require a wide, easy fitting shoe. It is made of 'Fine Reindeer Stock on Good Year Welts, Bal or Congress. Sizes G to 10. Regular PRICE, During this Sate f i LADIES' new stock. 3 4 or 7 Regular price 'CRAVENETTE-AND CLOTH COATS-3 4 or Extra' (inequality. Newest Stylish Garments in Shades of Greys, Olive, Brown and Navy. 'All sizes. Regular lines for EIDER DOWN QUILTS. Sale price VICTORIA 22c goods. Sale price.........-.........-> LEATHER BELTS WHITE CAMBRIC and wide, a splendid bargain. Regular per yd. 15c. S ile price ...........10c GENTS' COLORED or stiff fronts, regular lines. Sale price GENTS' FANCY dark sh'ades, neat designs. Regular, each for our best English-Prints, regular 15c yd. Sale GIRLS' of Lawns, Percales, Ginghams ind on sale- ut........Greatly Reduced Prices MEN'S SUSPENDERS, TIES, GLOVES, SKIRTS, HOSIERY and GLOVES, all in this Sale. This is only a small list of .the hundreds of bargains awaiting Please shop early and avoid the afternoon rush. For a more complete list see large posters _.. Rambling Reveries -BY- A" D R E A R STERUXG- To a great extent-thi- celibacy of our young "men owing to 'the way er xvill not indeed take thev reins rof I clay to rmttch the color .of theirs. family' government from Vis Wear- your own colors in spite of but wilt make his Children feel J wind or wealher. It costs tho vac- and her gentle sway is diluting and irresolute ten times the sustained by a firm and steady hand thai "behind their mother's tender to shullle'.ancl twist than it docs manly independence to hetxrt stands a cool judgment, and a stand its ground. will .'-trongcr even than their own, and that they cannot impose upon the one or resist the other. But if hy would be truly the father sqf his must not be a'stranger _to FLOWERS FOR T11R DEAD. 1C friends would but t.he good taste to place a few simple flowers about the departed ones, such-a-s she t m which brought up.Uhem. It will purpose for Qr he was fond of Jn hfe> it would him to" come in once iii-a while to _ vcrj. but it is surely not in Through mistaken kindness, mothers of ten" themselves" do what they ought to moke their daughters do.? -Let them teach" housekeeping on a -fixed meet some -great and awe down rebellion -by hard authority. EC' must be the companion, tht I LUtLwH. I IV> f ---o--- A Methodical plan, and thev-will then friend of his children Strong natur- 1 iU love must be IhjMwsis oyill ben- eficial discipline. But also, learn their history, French and mu- sic all the "better1. It is right thaf a mother should, wish, to .see her "cd'ucatcd-and even highly accomplished; and it'is a mistake that "good and careful educa- tion should unfit a girl for the home- ly duties of cooking, dusting and'gen oral hous-ivrorkl On the contrary, those duties would be hotter perform- ed if mothers' would at the samc_timc that they seek talented instructors for their daughters, impart to them some of. their own culinary talent, there would be more good wives-and marriages. Little girls should be taught as early as possible, toj-cr- form simple household duties neatly; and as they grow older, let them, be- come gradually acquainted with the theory of housekeeping in such a that, when they arc married, they will be able to adapt themselves to their circumstances and useful as well as pleasing companions to thfir husbands. taste overload thc casket with floxversr representing an amount of money which would do-much, good to the poor. And then 'the custom of exposing the face of the dead lo the gaze of those making the tour oi in- we had almost, said." equally nccessa- j spoct-on( 5s noxv almost univcr- ry for the1 father Nothing gal coimtry churches, -is to us au- kccps the licarfsoT fresh and young, otyicr feature of fuu- trals. often read with interest of thc burial rites of comparatively unknown nations, and arc surprised and amused with their peculiarities. saves it from bitterness and corro- sion through the 'cares and conflicts and bitterness of life, as the daily enjoyment of a happy home. A man of business, or a scholar, who thus Would not oul.Sf 5n their turn pic- allows himself -time for relaxation, the; famous amateur swimmer, was being congratulated, at the INew York Athletic Club, on a'par- ticularly speedy feat. "L did go pretty fast, didn't Mv. Daniels said. "Not like the mixed trains of the early 'GOV eh? ,Don't you know what a mixed train was? It-vas a-freight to which one or two passenger cars were Our fathers were caVned cheap on those mixed trains, but they were not "car- ried very fait. Sometimes, en route, they "growled. A man, on a-certain mixed train, said for the 50th J.ime: Are we nearly there, conductor? Remember, my wife is sick and I am "We'lTget the conduc- tor. "On time, too. "An hour or later, as the con- ductor was passing through the car again, the m.iu crabbed him by_ the sleeve. New Houses and Stores Under Con- Accident Boy Colenmnv March 28--r-Thc Dominion IN THE MATTER .of the Estate of Edmund Gokely. deceased. NOTICE is her.'by gvcn th'it pur- suant the order of. His Honor Judge "Winter, dated at Loth bridge on the 23rd day of March A. D.1903J aiul of o{ bv" distant people. If per- fections, in the course of years have accomplished more; with less of iirind and body, than one who has all the time on the- stretch, seeking-to catch the nearest way to wealth or any other object of personal or public good. WITHOUT AX EXEMY. .Heaven help the man who imagines he can dodge, enemies by trying to please everybody. If such an indi- sonal friends wish to take a last look of a deceased friend, it is sure- guess shp'h CViai jj th beings Her familiarity with her J Other, people have their opinions-so children Places her in some respects. have you; don't fall into' the error nt a disadvnnUg" for the'.exercise supposing they will respect you more" turning your coat cvcry The conductor jerked his sleeve n'way with a prowl, He was nab d a pain on his next round. "Say the. man exclaim cd. "if thc wind ain't dead ahead put vu somt> more steam; will you I'd to sec my wife is" bur the truubstpne" crumble to pieces. 1 you-----" "Oh, dry up." tln-; conductor snap pod! hours Raid: "Conductor, got a note fallin in three months. Do you tnin her up n night series of concerts in the "Eagles' Hall, concluding tonight. They are being well patronized. Another place of amusement is be- g opened up in town. Ttfr. J. rubhs 5s at present installing a looting galleri and rifle range hi he premises lately occupied by -f. f. TTili tfc Co., general ho''have' moved to ilcTntyre's old :and. The -government mine inspector ame hore in connection with the ac- Edont that lately happened in the nine, left by iftor hnving thoroughly he Comedy Company is giving a. three- the creditors and other pwsons having! claims against the estate of the above j named Edmund Cokely, deceased, i arc on or before tho 23rd day of May l A.D. 1903 required to send their names! and addresses with particulars of their j claims together with a statement of the securities (if any) held by them, verifying the same by statutory de Daily Herald Market Place When you hive anything to sell or to reot p'ace it ta this column. If you want anythiif use this column. 25c one 6 insertions for FOR SALE- FOR SALE-Livery, Feed and Hoarding Stable. Dray line in con- nection in live: of six hundred jration to the undersigned Advo- Princ6 AIbert branch, Canadian .Northern. Would consider live stock fur part. Box Herald Office. 87-26 cntes for the Executor. AND TAKE NOTICE that after "thc .said 23rd of May the executor will i" at liberty to aminisU-r the assets of the said deceased or any parti A PAIR of ladies' sealskin gaunt- Please leave at Hipinbotham'a LOST thereof among the parties eiititled this morning s tram i I thereto having regard onlv to the horoughly cxaimnecl claims of which it shall then have had he mine and -everything connected i {notice, and will not be liable for any vith ji and pionounced himseh lully: 1 JSatisfieri with tlnims _ llcnu portion of the said assets so distrib hr> found i uiea to any person or persons ol claims the said executor slwll Warren Porter, sou of the popular thcn have had noticc, .natmger of the V. Hums Co.'s store j Dated at i.ethbridge this 23rd day here, met with n.' painful accident few days afio while playing Drug Store. TO RENT TWO .OFFICES in Block. A. D. 1003. CONYBEARTv JONES, Advocates for the Executor. wound ing his knee so severely as to require constant surgical attend-] mce in the effort to absorb tho li-t quid gathering around the knee-cap and pivvent the leg aecoming stiff. Mr. D. N'. McPhee of tho Co. hnslwn appointed nVnt for the!