Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Vvltoy, May LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD Page 11 To-morrow will be our First Big Dollar Bargain Day This is a store '.for thrifty people, us yqu know. And have -aiTftngod Dollar Day event in order to demonstrate vcry.ii'nr a dollar hill can travel at tins-store, even in those "higii cost of living" times, when the purchasing power of a dollar seoin.s to shrink- daily. Briefly we have selected from various departments throughout the store goods thai are now most in demand, and .that liuve been bringing from to all season, and reduced prices just for this special event toSl.OO. -Space does'not permit ns to mention all our Dollar but you'll tint! many lines placed out on the counters mid tables, attractively.priced at Sl.OO. The Biggest Values Ever Offered In This City Cotton Sheetings Bleached Sheeting, full U-o yards wide, from even 3Sc quality, (our yards for Pillow Cottons Circular Pillow Tuning, 42 Inches wide, fine even cotton, on sala to- morrow, (our varda for Turkish Towels Extra Lp.rge Turkish white or colored regular 40c anil atla 3 pairs for SiiFlisIeHose1 Sample Hose, worth up lo. VSc a or, black, .sizes '9. UK they last, Sal- your choloe'4 pairs for.; 'Linen 'Napkihs1 Imperfect Napkins, only the coarse threads reg- ular J4-QO a Irish -_Linen, on sale Saturday, 0 n Soft Nainsook Yard wide American Nainsooks, neeJlc flulsli on sale Saturday ite jarJs for Curtain Scrims Your choice or 150 3'artla of fancy scrims, uorih 35c a yard on Sat- urday, five yards for English Prints Kltra fine fhlsliBb Prints, 32 inches wide, .llgbt patterns reg- ular Uc oil sale 11 yards for...... n House Dresses ..American mads house drceses 31 to EMBROIDERED FLOUNCINGS, Regular 60c and 85c, for, per yard REMNANTS of Towellinjl, Lin- enes, Prints, Ginghams, Wash Goods, etc., 500 yards Victoria Lawn and India Llrior.e, yd GROCERY DEPARTMENT i Tin Salmon 1 Tin Acpara9Ue Tips 1 Bat. Mixed Pickles___ Jar GoodwIHIe'f Preserves Tin Tomatoes......... 1 Tin Apricots Boiled Him.......... 3 Jelly Powden J Harris' Wiltshire Bacon per pound Government Creamery But- ter, 2rbs for 35c. NO SALE GOODS EXCHANGED ,1EN'S SI 50 WORK SHIRTS ,1EN'S 60c NECKWEAR 89C. MEN'S COTTOM HOSE ojt- Three pair MEN'S 55.50 PATENT 0.7 BOOTS CANVAS c-l asssssmcnt can ha reduced lea 'percent without tho necessity ot sending out a complete now list of assessment flic- ton -per cent reduction will HVely go. If not another solution will 1me (o bo found. Landing Harnxonic, DO IT FOR LETHBRIDGE SMOKE "LA BELLA" AND "Ml PERLA" UNION MADE, At all Ural class Hotels and Cigar stands. Edspn Vulcan The lolloping officers were elected: Grand Master, S. J. Blair, Cal- gary Deputy Grand Master, Judg Senior- Gran Gjatfd' (Hftjs- ______'.WiUfrt..... District-..No.v3, H. D. R. Stewart, Medicine Hat: Blllllct No. 3, A..Condon; SUath'cona Dis- trict Wra. Dictadn, Caretairs; W, YouDg, "Cam- rose District'Xo': OrAr.'um District'' Thcs. Ciawfotd, District No. recip- ient a lew well chosen words of appreciation. M is lame as the result of a.riding accident. She was riding on one of the pavements in the.city, when in some way.-, the horse fell. and fastened her loot be- neath him. In the.collection ol cop'ies 61 paint- ings oa.eihibition. this' evening from lour to nine in the' Central school auditorium are' :Gon'.e ol Farquhar- Eon's wort. -ilr. jFarqoharson is a cousin ol Miss fattesoa, of this cily; whose artistic ability in water' col- ors is so well end-favorably known." The public schools of the city have taVen a decided ward in-the rnarch'Of'progfess In 'ob- lainins'such'a'valuable collection1 '6f copies ol'Uhe row bh1 exhibition in'Ihe iuditoriunt of' thfl Cthlral school. Largo visited 'the'eihibit yesterday between four and-nir.e ffo'dduht inany. mote'will during'tfe same: bouts this evening.-'- 'Any" who I ove' the 'beaxili ful' in at t" should' not fail lo-visit Ihe they will cnjoy.a veritable feast of things lovely. i These pjclures-wiHslipiulato a love for ltd.beautiful, .which- is not al- ways very active in children as evi- denced hy. the.remark..-of one boy, who aslstd his "Do we have go tip and see them It is .interesting .to the vari- ous references _shoyrn by the pupils. Generally, .speaking, .the little girls stiowcdiB decided'love for the Ma- the bpys.o! the'lcter- mcdiafe classes ,.tvera.. attracted by war pictures, .while' Landseer's pels and Rosa Bonheur's Fair" and "pioughinsV.'-sfre great favor- ites. One of-the was delight- ed with. Rurne-Joiies1. Golden ol which some one has said "Tiie impression ot, tbis picture is that of a poem.set -1C' exquisite mu- sic.-. Trite-, pupil said-fo her teacher, ''Do inow the.story about 'The Golden Stair Os being answered In the c.egaUyc, she said sure there must be a nicc'story .aboul it. 1.think I cbu1d.wr.lie a story about it sometime.'.'. The charcoal drawing and .water colors of the pupils arc revelation. H'is not case of showing Ihe best work.'bt the, most clever pu- pils, but. the worV of-all pupils pf a" grades U shown atnd, .the ability in tnaay caies is molt marked. One patlicularlj good.. charcoal 'from done In three minutes oy Robert.Scott from Orade MUs' Beryl supervisor ol.tbe city schools, is cer- tainly to'be congratulated on tbere- attained not be he'4 until July 2n4, owlnp; to the'fair.'-' Jlaple Leaf Mission Band'of Knox church will hold a lea 1n the basement tomorrow "afternoon. The youag people are looking for hearty support from the members of the congregation and their friends.. The. president of the Art Needle- work Club announces that, a meeting ot the club will be helrl one afternoon nest "week at Henderson Park pavil- ion, which has kindly been placed at the disposal of Ihe ladles by MT. GII-, lesple.' The dale will be announced later. Various reasons combined to make tho attendance at the Lcthbridgo lard W.C.T. Union, which nas held In St. Mary's hall scsterday afternoon, ra'ner small b'Jt the meeting was withal a very enthusiastic one. Two now members were enrolled, .aui the ri'eif president, -Mrs. .jickean, occu pled the chair: lo call-a. nie'etlng'for ne.U Thursday in Wesl- fnlnst'cr arrange- rbents for a medal-contest-in.the near future, ana It IE hoped .that .this spec- ial 'meciing'will 'bo very-lirEelf nt- making was the main fealtrre of lha afternoon. "Taffy" was4, demonstrated by Jlre. B. L. Jeiuitn; by Mrs. Harold su4 "Puffed Rica Bridle" by Miss Marker. This part of the program was a great success. Everybody took part in "beating, pull. ing and eating" the candy, and all present report a most enjoyable time. The next meeting will be held on June, 25 and will be in the form of an ico cream and strawberry festival, on ,he beautiful arid spacious iawn at .he home of President Mrs. B.- L. Jensen." Everybody is Invited and welcome to attend. The officers of the Magraln Women's Institute extend nil invitation to the ladies of Magrath nd surrounding dislricl to attend tho meetings held tbe last Wednesday ot every month, In the toun hall at four Tee Mathesis club lield ils annual business meeling on[ Wednesday after- noon at the home ol Mrs. W. F. Kel- son, Third Ave. The main 'feature ,ras Hie election of officers, all th9 of last, year being unanimous- ly re-elected. Tiier are Mrs. Frank A. SlolU.e. Vicc-Preside'nt-JIrs. A. M.i s Lal- ferly. .Mrs. J. Ilolar.d Hceoe. Mrs. C. R. Daniels. Wcslej: chibtr wili.rnesk when the mem- bers ate urged to be present. The pan'gnters ind Maids oi Eng land mel on Wednesday eyeelng am decided' Id hold a whist drive in th S. Ol B. half.cn of'jun 6th. jrcfultr will The Women's Missionary-Auxiliary ofAVesfey church held a'dccWedl) enthusiastic meeting jealerdoy. This was the. first meeting of the year, and tho new officers were in charge, Mrs C. B Branifow being In the chair Judging from tho start" great thing! will be tho society this year. An interesting discussion occurred on .the ways and means ot Increasing tho interest in and effic- iency of the society, Mrs. Redmond was appointed con- vener of tho flower committee, her assistants to be the members of Ihe illsslon Circle, who will help to galh- :r. flowers. Mrs. Crnwford, Mrs. and Mrs. Patterson vie're appointed a. o'ok-out and reception committee. li. B. SkclttTgave a capable .alk'on the last chapter of, tho bcoX of study, "China's New'Day." Miss Udy contributed a much ap- preciated solo. A haarly vote of thanks was pissed o'lhB retiring president, Mrs T. f. Perry'for her untiring and heartfelt nlorcst in Ihs work during her term or office. H was decided lo hold an open meeting In June, 10 which all Ihe of the congregation, will be cordially Invlled. At' Ihis meeting Mrs. T. W. Quayle -will glvo'a report pf the district convention, and later social" time .will enjoyed over the tea cupe. A'very enjoyable time had on 'ednetq'i.y afternoon grUb, Institute met In. monthly raveling. Fresldeu Mrs. B, L Jensen wa> In the cbalr roll Mil answered b; reclps for preparing rhubtib >nd aiptragut Many dilnly recipes were given an muoh enjoyed by 111 prcstnl Th of Mn. J. A. Rasmussen chorister, and Mils Letllo Hall, dlr'ec or, were accepted tbo prevlou meeting and Ihe so .vacancies wcr rilled by.MIss Grace" Woolley and Mi J. W. Evans respectively, lira. J. Kvant gave number of reclpei an 3, talk on how to prepare summer d A on ITS That's why V.- V. 0. 0. ls< being used by so many Housewives In tho Northwest to- day. Prompted by the MON'EY BACK -GAUR. ANTEE that goes with every pack- age of V. V. O. 0. the housewife Is willing to slve thli Olive Oil' a trial HBSULT: Its superlative goodness and un- iform High Quality rrakes V. V.. O. O. IndlspenBlble ia the homo' thereafter.'." VV V1TTUCCIS VIRCII DO OLIVE OIL A Free Trial Offer To prove the High Quality of V. V. 0. 0. we vrill you or have your fiealtr deliver a Trial Sottlt 61 V. V. 0. 0. absolutely frte ol cost. Cut this ail cat and tend with your name and ad- dress and 'DO THIS TO- DAY. JOHN vrrUcci.caf VANCOUVER, SEATTLE, B. C. WAAH. .JonnaRS Wllion and Herne.