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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta .Vriilay, September 12, THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY IIKHALI) Page 11 It's Mostly New Goods You are Interested in These Days. That's Our Policy NEW GOO THE ROYAL STORE Southard Block 512 3rd Avenue Week End Grocery Prices at L. C. TEEPLE'S FllESH FRUITS Crawford and Eibcr- las, cate Prucea, In peach cases'iO Pears, -toru case per dozoa 60c IJanaUas, net doz-, 35d Cantaloupes, and 15c BREAKFAST- FOODS AND Corn Flakes) Krlnkle 3" for 25c Fores, por pkt 15c Shredded 2 for Grape N'uts, per pfcl OMa, ylba for Rolled Gate, Stb Back pit t, Germade, iier pk( Corn Meal 25c 15o 30c 35o 20c 35c 35c ''VEGETABLES CabhastJ, por Ib 02c. Carrots, per tb Turnips, per tt> Celery, 31bs for 26s Orce'n To'mBifies, per fb ,...03c Potatoes, lOOlbs CANNED VEGETABLES Tomatoes, 2% Ib 'tins, 2 for 35c Com, 2 for 25c Peas, 2 for............... 25c -.PICKLES .A Blackwella 40c Onions'. V..'...... cent off. We finished opening Children's Coats 'yesterday and these at the same reduction. Remember this is for tomorrow, Sat- urday, in order to open the] season. We have not been successful in getting the ad- dition to our store commenced, but we bought our stock'With we are over, stocked at pfeseht. with the crowds on Saturday and be conyincffitfyat we sell for less and (jive the best value Yours forbusfyss, ilre. C.-R. Daniels is entertaining :ols evealbg, complimentary to her guest. Miss Dixie of KaiiEas ?-ity. Some eighteen of the youugtr set will out from Liie cliy. .Mrs. McNichol aud MIES Ethel Vancouver, are ding a few day? In the city. Dr. McXichol is loohtng over ihe ctty with a view to investing here. rs.. Robert Hodeou, of Maple Creek, formerly of this city, arrived today to spend a couple of we< the'guest'of Mrs. H. K, McAithur. rg." -J. B. Reuter has returned fiom Medicine Hal, where Ehe acted as.judge of the department the states tlrat the work shown was especially beautiful, and a decided credit'to'the fair. C. B. Bowman was hostess of an informal lea'.ye'sterdey in courtesy to her sister, MiEs-Miller, of Paisley, and a. 'numhor ok other out-of-town, juests. 5fr6. (3.- presid- ed at tie tea table, where pint meters were, inviting .viands were'pasaed by -Mlss-Hisinboiham and 3llaa -Freeman. .Only..-a friends were bidden. When.through old age the bodily fuuct ions become slu Na-Bru-Co Laxalivea give gentle, timely aud effective aidf without t4iscotnfort or distress. 250. K box at your Druggist's. 173 CLUBS AND A full attendance U particularly de- sired at the -Wesley choir practice to- night. t The Ladies' Cotta society of St, Paul's church held a well-attended meeting yesterday after- noon, .sonic time was spent in. sewing, after whfch for the fall work were outlined, "i "v -f churoh men's free banquet, which wcs announced for Monday nlglit will not be held until Thursday it Is hoped all connected ivith the con- ETreEStlon be present The Ladies1 -Aid of Wesley church have sent'to Ottawa, for a church eu- tertaInment J'A .Ladtps1 Aid Business Meellng-'at Mohawk' and this will be put on early this autumn. Judging from an account of it, the en- jlerlaininerit in- terest and amusement. The Flower Guild wisbtjs to especial- y thaiik Prache Bros., who very kind- y gave permieiion to tbc members io go out to their conservatories, and nit all the asters needed for lUc weekly visit tc the Gait Hospital this afternoon. Frache Hros. have always been raost generous to the Guild, and their and courtesy Is deeply appreciated, For the initial meetiug of its kind in -N'orih LelbbridgOj ibe leclure giv- en by Dr. Spencer last In Wtiimlnstor clmreh, under tlie aus- pices of the W. 0. T. U., was well at- tended. Dr. Speucer save a coinpie- general survey 'of the work of the W. C. T. U. on this continent, and then outlined the priuciplea and objects of the C. T. U. The speak- er knenr his subject thoroughly, antl be captivated the close attenlion of his audience throughout. Vocal solos by Mrs. P. J. Alexander and Miss 1 L-dy proved enjoyable. The members'of Mapte Chap- ter, No. 7, Older of the Kastern Star, will journey to Co a! dale ev- ening, to asdst in the iuatUullon of a chanter the Order at that place, afier wLlch the officers of Maple Leaf Chapter ulll exemplify the degree work. The local members will meet at the -Masonic hall at 7 p.m., and ar- rangements are heJng made to convey the party to CoaldaJe and return In motors. All members, who cafl con- veniently Co so, are requested to" at- tend promises to be a very' pleasant outing, and if thoy will 'phone the W. beforehand It will bn esteemed a favor, so that transporta- tion arrangements can be made. In the long run it pays the retailxr to give fcis customers the best In tea, as in other articles. does not MOW as large n profit as other packet or Lulk teas, but it pleases the consumer and ultimately ia moro satisfactorily to the deaJur. The Wbman'E Civic Club lieM an In- teresting meeting in tbe Y. M. C. A. yesterday, and some Important items of business yere launched, more whicv will h'e announced later. A number have responded to tbe ap- peal for books for the Girls'- Rest, Room, hut many more are needed to make the library adequate. Any who have bound boc-ke, which they no long- er need, to donate, are kindly asked to notify Mrs. E. N. Higinbotham or s. J. F. Simpson, or any other irAer of the club, and they will be called for. Courtesy this matter will be greatly, appreciated by the members of the club." REFUSED A DRINK SURPRISED FRIENDS jist month B business man, who had bticu a regular drinker for yeers "was discharged from the stitute, freed: from the, craving'of al-_ coholic liquors. His drinliiug frienda could not understand' how and why- he refused to he. liad never been knowu to do before. was. done for this .man caii also be done for you if vou wlH go to the head XeiP Institute, 320" 15th Arenuo West, Calgarj-, Phoo'e V.7. 4525. Thirir-nre Imperial Oak' Britlah plate mirror, bOOtJ sized draw- ere, for Twenty-four All Wblto Felt rolled cdso; any alw. For JKegular Fifteen JEnamel Dreseevs. For Forty Rattan Hockers, made of Qpr-. rain riled. Mnkea gcod bedroom Kegutar Jt.OO, for" Chair- to raiteh roclwr. Bignlar JS.0'0 for Forty.nve.lJinlng; noom Imperial! piV.J To far .clear Fifteen Dining Room Tables, Imps rial oak, aix foot extension. To clear Above cbalrs match these tables Regular -14.00 Arrti" oak.' For Bcgiilar 'Sliding value for Two hundred drat class Bed Springs. Hczular for' Thrie IJbrarr Tables, any style anil finish; just you've been looking for. For Kegular' 930.00 .Four Sitting Room need Sets, four -different finishes. Should real.jf ba seen' to ippreclatcil, Regular One Davenport, solid quarter cat oflk. Makes a fine couch In day time and a first class bed at nfgbt.' For This Davenport Is .slightly. One Hpunfl Ijlnlng rooio Table, mission finish; set six chairs to' For This la a big bargain Above prices on these 7 Saturday, Tomorrow A I UirOrr A TrFlEitT'T 17 ALDtlK 1A tl U 1 JP 1 1 1 E-Ko CASH IF YOU HAVE IT CREDIT IF YOU .-NEED-IT Complete House Furnishers Dominion Block, 405 6th St. Lethbridge CASH IF YOU HAVE IT CREDIT IF YOU .NEED ;