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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Geo. H. Ling the Hardware Merchant To See You "You promised us a big stock and lots of choice and you have it, and the prices are fully 25 per cent to 1-3 less than we see in all the other hard- ware stores" said one who bought Hardware, Tinware, Enamel- ware, a'Heater, a Stove (a Buck Chancellor by the one of our best Ranges. Hundreds and thousands say the' same thing. No one knew Geo. H. Ling had such a stock. He didn't realise it himself until we started getting the goods out and bringing the reserves forward. we turn the whole stock (approximately over to you. Regular prices have been cut, chopped and mutilated, past all resemblance .Think oi Thousands of dollars of- new; 1 Heroically ;haTg_we of-their former figures. Tlie values'are here to cmt. as soon -as it readies the store met; situation; A Reductions on Everything Un'spariiig prige been made. _' Strong claiihsrsay you I tnit mojrc than justified. Cf tfj.'L'7 bee the rnces The people never saw "such ail- Upheaval of Values and Bownf all of Prices A Hardware'Stock'Raductipn..Event' which -brings the Greatest Bargains ever known to the people of this locality Mr. Ling lost his nerve Saturday. Seeing such quantities of his stock moving out without a profit staggered him and made him think twice and long, wondering where he got oft at. We administered cordials to him and assured him that this was exactly the way of a Stock Reduction, and that he must be brave for the sake of his wife and family. A Carload of Stoves. Heaters and Ranges A Carload of Stephen's Paints and Varnishes. A Carload of Davidson's Enamel Ware. Stock of Builders' Hardware. Tons of Nails, Iron and Piping'. 200 Washing- Machines and Churns. A Stock of Cutlery. Silverware, knives and forks. i 9 Editod by Phone 1052 VISITING DAYS The hostesses' tomorrow will be: .Mrs. Charles AlcClenaghaii, bartiett Street. Stafford, 204 Baftiett K. YOttng, Cor. Westminster and .London.: Mrs. J. ii.-Murray will not receive tomorrow. Miss' McBethli 'will not be at ome this evening. Mrs." T." F. 6'Hagaa's 'guest, Mrs. warmer, returned to lier come in Saturday; SOCIAL AN-D PERSONAL Mr. and -Mrs. F. W. Downer and Gladys leave tomorrow for Spo- kane where they "will spec-d a few aays. j A number -of .Leth-bridge people wiU leave Friday morning for Calgary to attend the Mei'ba concert in the Sher-1 man hail Friday evening. I .AUSS Bruce and Miss Christina j tsruce expect .to leax'e next "week for swan .Lake. Manitoba, where Miss j tsruce will act as, principal of the Pres- j 'oyteriaa Indian school, and Misa j Christina will 'be her assistant The! You Can Cook on Every !nck of the dependable Sask-Alta Steel Range. A pot will boil on the back as well as it will on -the waste surface; jio crowding, This is because the principle of heat distribution is as perfect as human ingenuity can make result of serious, patient study for many a year. You'll require less coal than you burn- in your ordinary range; and the, result is obtained without' the fire in a Missses Bruce will be greatly in Lrethbntlge both in the church and social circles oi 'the city'and a host lot" mentis them success' and 'happiness in the commendable voca- tion they have 'decided to enter. Nimmons was the hostess at a pr.etty. doily shower Saturday after- i noon as a courtesy. to iliss iMcCul: loch, whose marriage to Mr. T. Davidson will -be -celebrated tomor- trow..--Airs. o. J.-Courtice presided at the iattractive tea- taDle centered with a bouquet' of white asters -the 'snowy cover sprinkled with maiden's fern. The guests' gifts were presented' to the- honor guest in an artistic c-asKet. The guests included Misses Boies, Bawson, J. ilacdonald. ui'Dson, Teller. Austin, Wallace, Ad- ay, .snarman, and Mrs. uouruce.. On TjiiirgGay ey.ening of last week the Choral Clu-b met for the election of officers for the ensuing year. There representative .attendance'.-and much enthusiasm ov-er'the work to be The concert .given at'--the cidse of -last season will not -scons be' iorg'ottens-and this year the society j expects to have a singing force of at j Jeast 100' voiced' In all probability jtwo concerts will_-be given before .the. composed 'of a mixed [selection, of 'choruses' and solos. The (.other ".Handel's famous "Messiah." Andrew Tilley, the conductor, has received letters from the -St. Paul symphony Orchestra. aiming at a joint concert to be given in April by the Choral -Club and Orchestra. Mr. Tilley is -ambitious enough to have in view" the production of 'The Mes- siah-' at tnat time and if this can bi realized it mark a new standard of musical advancement for Leth- .The orchestra would be made up of rirty people and is one of the promihentd organizations of the 'West- ern States, in any case the work of the Choral society deserves the strong- est support of the citizens. j The following ofiicers were elected i tor the season of iyiO-li. jfresident, E. A. Cunningham: Vicej G. H. Johnston; Conductor, Andrew Tilley: Associate Accompan- J ists, .Miss Jessie Anderson, Mrs. I j. Nelson: Secretary-Treasurer, D. H..1 j-Jitori. KxecutKe iiorne, G. v> Fleming, D. A. Smith, K. jVl. AlacLean, Misg Ursula Archer. Mrs. W. .f. J. Alexander, Miss A. W. Tilley, and K. W. Uowner. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Guild oi Knox Church will hold a social iiMlie lecture room this even- ing. An excellent musical rogramme has bsen planned and a, pleasant even- mg is assured the young people of i congregation .who attend. 5? Tomorrow evening the Y. W. C. T. j u. win hold a social session at the I Y. residence. An entertaining pro- j gramme is being prepared, light re- rreshaaents will be served and ror fhf? coming year will 'bs out-lined. Kesments of the V. home, member? of tne society, and all young peo- ple of city interested in the work are rcqnested to be present. 'i his evening The Young Ladies' Class of Westminster Church will meet at the parsonage at eight o'clock The ault Bible Class of Westminster! Church .will the vestry at eight o'clock lirfs evening. The Woman's Home Missionary So- ciety of Knox Church will meet Wed- nesday evening at.T.xo. Every mem is especially requested to be pres- ent as this is the last meeting thai will by tne president, Hruce. me ..Ladies' Aki Society of Knox Church will meet in the vestry Thurs- day ufternotm at three oViork. The Ladles' Mission Circle of the' Besides, while you boil the rest of your dinner on the top, you can roast the meat and bake the pies and- pudding. You do not require -to favor one cooking process more than the other.. You'll be in doubt about being on time with a uncertain about any dish.. Don't buy any range until you've looked into the-real merits of a Sask-Alta. Write "to the nearest McClary branch for Sask-Alta booklet and, the name of our nearest agent. 63 J ?Edo2, Toronto, Montreal, Wincipej, Vancouver, 'St. John, K.E., Calvary For Sale Co., Our store will be "closed for 2 days, on account-of holidays, Tuesday and Wednesday' the 4th and 5th. Will re-open for business as usual Thursday morning. -.'-_.. 'MELTZER. FURNITURE 413 Round St. Lethbridge waptist will hol-d an open meeting in the church Thursday even- ing at eight o'clock. An address by Airs. Baker will be given. For her su-b: ject Mrs. Water will take 'Sowing be- side all The ..Ladies' Aid Society of to Grow Hair Tt. has been proven that Henna leaves contain the ingredients that will positively grow hair. That they contain this long-looked for article is proven every day. This preparation called: SALVTA" and is being sold' Tdth minster Church are planning for-a, tru- to cure Dandruff and' 'hair -in iv harvest supper to the vBeiag a v" I-SA-LVIA makes-a most-pleasant liair ot 1 hanijsgivmg The Mberta-Drug [Co., your druggist, is the first to i; ort this preparation iuto'Letlibridlge cnurch the evenin Day. The' Ladles'" Aid Society of Wesley Church 'Will hold their regular month- ly .'business meeting on Wednesday arternoon at three o'clock in the club rooms. and a large, generous bottle, caijrbe procured for 50c. TWO by laws in lavor of jftie Peo-, pie's Railway were carried xs Even If You Could "Worry Aloag" with a Common Should You? There is no substitute for the It has no equal. There can be no "just as good" un- til perfection meets its match. The perfect results of careful culinary efforts, the true delights of fine-cooking are known only to the users of the No one ever bought a "Happy Thought" "but was de- positive fact. Here's the reason: No other .range on earth has a single point of advantage or real utility that is not embodied in the "Happy while this range includes original features that can be nowhere.else. our free book. W-tn. Buck Siove Co., Ltd., Brant ford. i-OR LETHBRJDGI, GEORGE H. LING ;