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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November 23, eeK Bargains j and -Day Bargain List tliat wiH niake this busy store hum. And always remember that everything advertised is always exaqjtly as represented, with your monfcyback if nofsatisfactory. Quality, combined with .low cash prices, makes this business grow. Velvet Square. Six only of the prettiest" we have in .stock. Best English. Velvet raalce, ..yards square. _ Colors. are two-tone groans, deep 'red Avitir large medallion centre in White Bed Quilts The finest make of- White .Bed Spreads. Large size for widest, double beds and-in.pretty Regular prices were A big value. for 20c n; good pairs rs for 95c O'ur-Teguiar price is and gob'd' at the money. Made in red, grey and blue. Good full sizes and well made. CblMren's flannel dresses at 75c and S.'c. Prettyr t patterns in black and white 'shep- "herd checkered and navy gro.uhd, with white spots and for 39e linen, etc..- Hand- somejdesigns-aud.ffiome are -made to. be forked ,j-in' silk] "3uy' largely. for Maple Brooch Pins Sc _ IMntyjvlittle1'enamel pins in Maple Leaf colors. ..Makers a splendid-', souvenir and good' buying-? to put- away Christmas. we would, have any demand for. Mrs, T. F. Kirkham has as her guest Mrs. Loosby, of B. C. Miss Nimmons returned home last evening from a ten days pleasant vis- it with relatives in Great FaUs. The soprano soloist of Knox church. Miss Florence Kobinson, has Been medically advised to rest her voice ed to their ranch on Milk River, where' a on account of serious throat tHeTr will [trouble contracted since sho c this city mis autumn. She nas tend ered her resignation to tie board o managers .and will leave shortly for Mrs.. Oscar Barton her presented husband with a baby girl last week. Arthur .Ertckson, who has been, work ivuu uits UccJI WOrii. Rexall Mucu-Tone 35 quickly absorb- ins north of Leth-bridge for the last.Hisl1 RlTcr where sbs visit for y.Tirl Tvc- if-Q afforvf rn-nAn _ by its therapeutic effect tends disinfect and cleanse the entire ed to muco.us membraneous tract, to de- stroy and remove the parasites which injure the membraneous 'tissues, tc few months is home again. The stork visited the home of Aug- ust Sossart, leaving a'bouncing baby JLucile Weaver, who up strong, healthy tissue and the blood and system of diseased mat- ter. Its influence is toward- stimulat- ing the muco-cells, aiding digestior and, improving nutrition until the whole body vibrates with healthy ac- tivity. In a comparatively short time it. brings about a noticeable gain, iu weight, strength, good color .and feel- ing of buoyancy. We urge you to try Rexall Mucu- Tone, beginning a treatment 'today. At any time yo.u are not satisfied, simply come and -tell us, and- we will quickly return your money without question or quibble. We-have RexalJ Mucu-Tone in two sizes, 50 cents Remember yo.u can obtain Rex- all Remedies in Lethbridgc only ai our Rexall Store. J. D Kir-inbotham Co., Special Agents. rtuu nub 'U soothe the irmation and heal the sore- }lertae from a severe altack ness, stop the mucous discharge, build fever, is out again The Rogers-Cunningham Lumber yard, which, is in the north central' part of town, is to be near the depot. moved down Friday 'evening the Sunday- school will give a 'basket dance in tha meeting House. evening. Miss Adolph Glinki? Prairie Queen --Wednesday Huddle and were married at the Hotel, at New Stirling, by Rev. Mr. Shearer. Mr. and Mrs.' P. H. Sheffield made a flying -trip to Lethbridge last week. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Boy who have been residing at Magrath for some time have returned to Stirling. Mrs. Maggie Neiison of Cardston, is spending a few days visiting rela- tives hero on her way home from Utah where she has been short time before returning to her home in Dundas, Ontario., Miss G. Barrett, who Las been visit- ing her sister. Mrs. C. T. Wood, 13th street South, returned home to Win- nipeg this afternoon. A number of former American citi- zens are going to celebrate the "Yan- kee" thanksgiving tomorrow evening witii a good old fashioned turkey din- ner at the Kills and Murphy cafe. Those wishing to attend are requested to phone ilr. Kllis tomorrow morning. The dinner will be served at six-thirty in the evening. GLUBS AND SOCIETIES Our Macleod correspondent writes: The Macleod Cricket Club held their annual fancy dress ball in the town hall on Friday night. Thfs was one of the best attended and most suc- cessful events yet held here this sea- son. There were many fine costumes worn and the judges had a hard time choosing the best costumes which -fe Red ucytig G rocenes Everything reduced for cash. Stock new, fresh, and of best quality. These prices will stand uatil o December 15th Tea, 50c per Ib. Selling for Tea. 40c per Ib. Selling for ___ Coffee. 45c per Ib. Selling for Coffee, 3-5c per Ib. Selling for Onions. 10 pounds. Selling for 35c 30c 35c 25c 25c Rolled Oats Sib. sack for...... Matches Per Starch 3 packages for- iiv. Pickles, 20c and Per Vinegar, quart bottles 2 for Macaroni 30c 20c 25c 25c 35c Lunch Tongue 1 Ib. tin 2 tot Fels Naptha 13 packages for Yeal Loaf, 20c tin 2 for' Bee Hive Syrup 3 tins for Molasses Z5c 35c 20c 35c 35c Corn Shelled uus i-ur Magic B. Powder Per" Ib WV Tomatoes 2' tins for Peel Per Stove Brushes '4 TTaMi I a] Corn Sale price 2 for 4 f" _ -Each.' oOC Wagstaff Jam 5 lb_ pails Cleanser 3 Meats 3f.tr. _ fn_ Salmon Per tin 3 Ib. Tjail Pe- tin i (Ju Cheese Per pound 3 Ib tins Cocoa Borax 3 packages 3 packages for Cocoa, 1-4 Ib, Tin, 2 for fa 9 v Soap 6 cakes for Sauce Per bottle Sodas 3 packages per 5 Ib tin Rice 5 Ibs. for Tonguo One half Ib. PAT lit H. H. PARSONS ;