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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. November 24, 1010 THE LETHBRIBOE HEBALD igh Quali Prbmpt Delivery all over We Sell for Cash Lowest Prices on Best A Grocery'Department that grows bigger good reason for such marvellous that ilie store .the most faciljtieits-wonderfully output, and its selling for strictly Jf you have a telephone, try stands to reason begt serve-your needs ic system. Canned Raspberries, tin tin.............13c Peaches, .....'..'.............23c tin .20c Gooseberries, a tin tin White Cherries, a tin .V-.V........25o Red CJierries.: a tin.............25c Lombard Plums, a tin Gage .Plums, a tin.........20o Evaporated Cream a tin case :.S4.5C -.White Star, a a tin 12 case Reindeer, a tin 1............... .I5c a .I8c Gold .12 1-2c- Cereals -arid Flour Grape each I___........ .15c Corri; Puffed Rics, each............12 1-2c Puffed Wheat, each Shredded" Wtieat, each .15C Cream, of Wheat .20c -Germade. -10 Ib. sack ............45c Rolled Oats, 8 Ib. sack...........35c Corrimeal, 10 ;lb. sack............35c .Alberta Flour Mothers' Favorite Flour Ham aiicl Bacon Choice Ib..................25c Choice Bacon, a Ib. ,___.........27c Sugar Best' Cane Sugar 20 Ib. sack cane Bice "Finest" Japan Rice, alb. Sirups Best Bee Hive Corn Syrup 2 lb..tin................'; 5 !b. 10 Ib. tin tin ___........... Tea and Coffee Bee Brand Tea ......35c, 40c and 45s Thistle Brand Tea Ib. tin Saladi Tea Blue Ribccn Tea Chase; .'.40c Chase Coffee. 2 !fa. tin Special'-. Fresh 2s- 40c. Dill Picldes at 20c a Dozen A barrel; of. the..choicest dill pickles that we have ever seen; size and fresh from the packers. 'The'A; Macdonald price is only a dozen I...................... Choice Creamery Butter 35c We every few days, the choicest creamery .'butter obtainable in Alberta. 'Every Off pound guaranteed. Fresh from- tne creamerv ODC at, a Clioice Biscuits at 20c a Ib. A .splendid .assortment of biscuits including cocoanut" tops, lingers, etc. Regular 25c value Co.rs price is only, a Ib___ Candy Specials at 25c a Ib. A large -.variety, .of good candy -will be shown eases for Friday and. Saturday selling. .Includes' choice' creams, cocoa bars. :stick's, kisses', jelly" "beans, etc. The' A. Macddnald- Cb.'s price is, a Ib...... Good Apples at a Box A Special Price on Good Eating and Cooking Apples for Friday limited number to be sold at .this low-price: Come'to the'store and see splendid showing ready for'your choosing. a box Canned .12 1-2c -...15: Beef v! Sausafliii cho ice" Dried Beef.; DevIIJed .Him" I and .5 1-2c ...35c ...60c Special Price at XMAS CHOCOLATES HAVE ARRIVED We have Just received' the new Chocolate Creams 1'on our Xinas' trade from .Many, new kinds, Whipped. Persian Cherry. Wainut Dipped'Dat- es, Black Currant. Pine- Peach Blossom, and a are and 60c Best Sugar .Corn, a tin Greeru a ,tin Beet Grade Choicest Meats iii and Tins Corn choice' ....___...25c .Roast, ..Lunch choice i.......'.. .25c ........15o -.......15c- ........20c .12 1-2c-35c .5 1-2C ...lOc .8c .8c .....15c .....65c Choice White, a Ib. Lima Beans, a Ib.; -Sago' ib. -_.. No woman can be .trusted to behav, herself when she thinks she's the onlj woman in the Galahad Jones SOCIAL AND PERSONAL -DAYS Hostesses. 'tomorrow will be: Mrs. A..A. Lytle. Mrs. W. P. J: .Mrs. Andrew- Williamson, Mrs. E. G. Hazeil. 3 r r Petterly will not receive tomorrow. Mrs. ilkebetii will not receive to morrow nor the fourth Fri day, but will >be at' home to heir friends the third Friday of each mcritn... ;V r 31rs. William 420 Glyn street will iiiia-sea- son tomorrow and." "thereafter on the Friday of eaqh'loaonth. Aliss Miner ig entertaining a num- ber of her friends informally this even- Mrs.-H. Homer Gay is entertaintag. j Mrs. Dr.- Nelson -of St Paul, Minn., for a- few days: ip Anderson yesterday, a 'i ,-Bakihg White White 3 'Ib. f White Star, Dr. tin LARGE .ASSORTMENT CRAWFORD BISCUITS Our Xmas biscuits have ar- rived froin England's best manufacturer Crawford they are very dainti'. and appetizing. -Most of tbe varieties, are put up in one-half .pound" .gei'm- proof packages." Prices 40c, 50c 60c Washing a !b. Bakiny Soda.' "a .Ib. Corn Starch" White Laundry Starch, Silver Starch CeHuloid -Starch .Ac .10c and Co. Crown, a Golden West, a cake Fels Naptha. a cake cake ...-.I. StOYe Polishes o Rising ;Sun Matchless. 'Royal' Staon. -Black'Jack ......10c ------.10c ...12 .-12 1-2c -.3 ..8c 5c cake afternoon to spend a few day's in High Kivor. v. C. J. Brenton and Mrs. A'est, Kent md, second son ofjMn .and; Mrs. .E. >e .B. Around, Canada's" gent Bristol, made a charming .picture .-in" a hand- ome travelling suit heviot with a large black" eaver faced with a of he side -with a .cluster and ink satin roses. handsome" able furs completed; "costume; vfter the ceremony an informal ion was held by Revijanti At Holy .Tectory. he friends who n the Irs, E. lr. anfl -Mrs. 'Bernard Hutchison, .Mr. nd Mrs. 0. S. Anders, he honeymoon spent-In the FATAL EXPLOSION j San Barnardino, Cai.7 i w NI rNI rii' men are dead as t-lle result of IU explosion of dynamite in San- ta Fe Rock, east of Barstow. Supt. J. North Bay, Out, Nov. 24.- .ludse C' ana Ulree were Venn sentenced Alfred Pozaucean, Cobalt, to three -rears in the peniten-! ti'ary for highway -robbery -in Thomas and'Chief of the King Mines.. i Morris Geltpr, a Faissian .-merchant j of Cochrahc, in an ac j lion Police Magistrate Lough cin to-recover fines, cost of etc., arising: out. of a conviction for i bringing; liquor into Cochrane in the i vicinity OL the public works, contrary to law.' Goiler'v.-as fined -without, trial and not-, allowed to speak j in hio'OTyii ]-Ic claims he hail j obtained .permission from the police I 10 have liquor at Ins -wedding party, j The poiicc Uien seized ihc liquor on I iis arrival itom Toronto. j GLYN STREET MEAT MARKET 012 Glyii St. (Close to Duff Addition, .fJ _.. iJllll Poultry- and Fish. Qualit Guaranteed. DEBATING CLUB WASJRGANIZED Last evening a few of the most en1 thusiastic debaters of the young men of the city met in the Y. M. C. parlors in the basement of Wesley church to organize a debating club for the pur- 1 pose of conducting the debates in the (Southern Alberta Debating League. The constitution of the league insofar i as it applied locally was adopted. The j officers elected were: President, H..P. j May; vice-president, A. G. Virtue: 1 j secretary-treasurer, B. L., Cope. The {president was se'ected as the second :gue-executive, A. G..Virtue being vice- -president of it. A nominal fee. .of i cents was decided on so that it might be known who are mem-. bers of the club. When the Y. M. C. I A. gets going the club, will be a part i of it. An effort will be made to organize a debating league among the young people's societies of tbe city and mem- J bers were asked to visit the societies jto place the matter before them. If i they agree to form such a, league the proposition is to have both junior and J senior series for the two purposes of encouraging public speaking and-get- ting speakers to take part in the lea- gue debates. Those present s.1 the meeting Mrs.. who has. been visiting F.J P. Cony-beare. lea ves: for; home in morrow" morning.. pretty draw- ing rooms-were tilled during, the re- ceiving.-hours..yesterdari tvath perfectly groomed matrons and maids, who ac- cepted her. hospitality for first time this graced donning an exee.eding- apple- green rajah silk, with wide bands of allbver lace of the'-same .shade' outlined with old gold galon..on the .skirt "and bodice." .Palms, ferns and mauve-chrysanthe- mums lent their, beauty, and a cosy grate fire'.''brightened -the rooms. -Mrs. J. D. a becom- cloth j gown of moss green .and 'black velxret chapeau, adorned with black, 'and white willow, plumes, at'the drawing _room tea table, no definite takenl 'i'ndse wflicl1 had- "been- a .cut outh. Mr. Arnaud. was, formerly i Lethbrldge and-.was a.-member Vl will be a bridge the Union Bank hostess this evening as a courtesy to The "marjlage of Neilie 'Moon- ey, second daughter of Mayof-Mooaey her house Jenney of Whit Ont. ;Iass vase 1'illed with sunshiny mums: Miss Ruth Freeman, wearing a pretty frock and large black -bearer hat fpresent were- -however, ;and- outlined a planner the next meet- ing which included music ana reminis- cences by some of .the older veterans 1 Assisted. who have seen hard service- Senator JL. G. BeVeber. of the'Rocky Mountain C1-UBS AND SOCIETIES Hangers, acted as chairman, and L.L. A typographical error in the Asquith, of the First Royal Dragoois. wttlyreference to St Augustins Christ of Lacombe, -and Delmar Garland, was quietly .the -Hey.' T. Powell "on the afternoon of. November 16th at horde. The honeymoon is toeing -spent -in British Coium-bia. BUDGET E. J. Coot goes' to, Pincher, '.Creek to act as judge at ilie Poultry -Fair -there next and, to- Taber in the- same -capacity .-TOD. Those! who are supporting tihe can- didature of H. Jv for a'laer- man, are asfced to, meet: -Saturday uaKer >rea d" ean Dainty and' Sweet iug at C. Fourth -A ,.NeedhamJs. orchestra, C. MacGBegpr's" Office, to -.Dia- mond-City this the opening da-nee- of 'the recently organized-. at'" that town. "v "Air'Oddfellows 'who' -will''Join'.' the new lodge being organized in North .Lethbridge. are -reMiuesicd -r 10 jneet tomorrow (Friday) ;ev-ening. at eight Grl more item outlined the objects of the organiza- -bazaar last evening gave the date Uon as closer unity and t'ellowahip of] as -December 22nd instead of Friday all who have served the iiagfof tor the. British Empire. TJde otaen.! present' were; Major Stuart, Strath- week, December 2nd. W. C. T. U; are planning to cona Horse: Adolph Rochon, CoUi hold a pantry sale and tea on Tuesday iJattalion: A. F. Barton, Army Service afternoon, November 29th, in the club Corps; Webb, K.O.S.B.: George of Wesley church, for the bene- Campey, lOtli Hussars; "Chas. O'Con-JHt of the Y. W. C. T. U. home. Grenadier Guardsmen; J Thos. B2.ll, Seaiorth Highlanders., and1' .Between, the hours -of three and sev- -Malcolm Youag, aoth Regiment.: en tomorrow the ladies of S No.fees or charges, kind cJlurch hold a tea and sal payable, and ali eligible veterans Westminster Ho the home o Thompson, Two tra-inloa-ds of. export' beei; are being shipped out .of. the south coun- try today. Balcoski and WoSlInger are shipping thirty-seven- cars -at Cardston, and P. about the same number at Hayniohd'. The old hog the tethbridge Farming Co., just inside the city limits south-east; oi the city, about- three and a half acres in extent..'have been sold to Messrs. Hagh jBovd and H- J. Goode. The price paid" was The sale was .made by the Lethbridge-'Weyburh Realty Mayor R. R. Jamieson, of Calgary, has written to R, P. Wallace, secre- tary of the Citiz-ens League, saying that it does not for Mm to get- here on "Tuesday, nert imd urged to send their names, with quali-! -airs- F- w- Downer, corner of Redpatl tications, to the secretary at once, Westminster Road. The of the city are cordially iivit a second meeting: for permanent or ganlzation wili be called so soon as to sufficient number have been heard! j, trom. T CUPID'S COURT The Quickest, Simplest i Cough Cure __________ i Easily and Cheaply Made at j Home. Saves You This recipe makes IS ounces of couzh Carrington Dickey On Tuesday morning at All Saints ciiurca, Edmonton, the Rev. Franci; Carrington, rural dean, and rector of St. Benedict's church, High River was married to Constance Isobel daughter of the late Hon. A. R. Dickey minister ol justice in the Dominion _. Give us a trial, and you will have no need to go elsewhere. Customers will receive everv. attention and satisfaction. delivered a 1 any address P. May, A. G. Virtue, B. L. Cope, i K. R. Davidson, E. M. Thomasson, L. H. Wilkes and 0. D. Austin. VETERANS MET TO ORGANIZE to last a family a Jong time. You couldn't buy as much or as good cough syrup for Simple as it is, it gives almost in- Kdmonton. The ceremony was very quiet and 'was celebrated in the presence of stant relief and usually stops the'small congregation, consisting of in- most _ obstinate cough in 34 hours, j timate friends of the contracting par- This is partly due to the fact that it Tlpe. is slightly laxative, stimulates the i _ -a, appetite and- has-an :excellent; tonic I rne Rev> Canon was the offi' effect. It is pleasant to j ciatlng clergyman, dren.like it. An excellent The hride, who was given away by too, for whooping cough, sore brother, Horace Dickey. asthma, throat troubles, etc. SNAPS v 87 1-2 feet facing east, block -20 Duff: terms lots Glyn St.-north of London, each Lots 38 and 39 block 124, snap, at each SKSITH :Corner Round'and Dufferin Preliminary Steps Taken Members are Wanted A preliminary meeting cf the Im- j-penal Veteran's Association of Can- tada, having headquarters in Winnipeg, was neld last night in St. Augustin's wore a smart travelling tailor-made for 2 minutes. Pur. ounces of ver aat- trimmed with silver to cents' worth) in a 16 oz. bot- She also wore handsome squirrel furs tie and add the Sugar Syrup. It keepa and carried a choice bouquet, of bridal perfectly. Take a teaspoonful _ address the league- on the 'commis- sion form oi govenxment- as as they are very ,'busr in; Calgarv civic work Bave'jin. applica- j v Piione 1027: FALLING HAIR Mrs. Jas, Harris of WappeUa, Sask. says: "I have' found Parisian Sage to Norman. dance. of -cattle" were again Prize for the best medley j entirely of local stock. No exporters _ j were offered and while a few good Call up Thomson. phone 652 for j butchers steers SlLSTSi P-- ,ere The "Carnation" Club will holdilenor cattle, feeders and stockers. Butchers cattle were steady and good prices were paid in consid- eration of quality; Best butchers wen! their next dance tomorrow evening, Friday, in the Caledonian Hall. All members please take notice. 2.92- The Lutheran Loiies'- Aid will hold a ancy sale-. Thursday after- noon and evening at the home of Miss I. Gunderson, 718 3rd Ave., S. Coi- ee, tea. and cake will be, served. All are cordially invited. 292-1 one, two or three hours. Pine'is one of the oldest and besl the firoai Miss Dorothy Dickey, who attended her sister as attired membranes. Pinex is the most valu- in a tailor-made dress of navy blue "and able concentrated compound of Nor- Persian lamb furs. way white pine extract, and is rich in guiaico! .and all. the other natural healing elements. Other preparations The' prompt' results' from thi's rec ipe have endeared it to thousands oi i Hail to organize a branch association! wiU r'ot work in this formula. :tor Lethbriclge and the surroundinr j similar branches now bein-1 i.pe nav-e ei T. 1 formed at Prince Albert PH housewives m the United States and r i e Ed'i Canada, .which, explains why the monton, Calgary, Vancouver, Lloyd- j plan 3ms been imitated often, but Portage la Prairie, Frot i never successfully. Phone and other points, venty mem hers are required for a A guarantee of absolute satisfaction immediately after the ceremony the newly married couple left for High River. The bride was the recipient of many handsome presents, including a cheque from Lady Charles Tupper. The marriage was solemnized on .Monday evening. October 31, at eight a! and as bat hair i or money promptly' refunded soes in Ho'y Trinity church, Spo- with this Pinex or c k-ane. Wash., by the rector, Hev. O. A. Worthing; ot Miss Xev.n Gwendoline present ]asi mgh." j sena to The Pmex .Csu Xoronto, Ont Brenton, eldest daughter of Dr. R. W. Lynn, of Cardston, came nto the city yesterday. John McMillan, C. P. R. telegraph superintendent at Calgary, was on one of his periodical visits to the city yes- terday. tor medium, from to 53.75, and poor, including old cows as lo-tr as Feeders were also steady, prices from for good yearlings to for choice two-year- olds. Medicine Hat is to have a mayor- alty contrast, Jfayor' Milne arid Ald- erman Spencer being the contestants. The Presbyterians of Medicine Hat have subscribed towards tic new ladies' college at Red Deer. relieve and cure of the They re-inforcc the stomach by supplying the active principles needed for the digestion of all lends