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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, Al'HH, 9, 1911 THEI.F.THBHIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN rW tu spend KaslertiiV SviOi Ulfh'ds KYLAN1HU GO. TIIKBUSYSTOKK Our Store Open Tonight "Three-Hour Bargains" From 7 until 10 o'clock only 12 only iicw spring- Suits for _ _, iSumlay wc'ur, values up T only Master I'larfwe McLean will spend j I the holidays with Mrs. Class c.I leoJ, Hiss Christie, ol Calgary, .and Ilieil Misses Jarreti, of Medivins Hal, be with Mr. Mis. T. S.! duties IU KasUi vacation.', f. o I MJTS. James (lordon ai.d sou and jiKiuglittr Lravc lor liif coast io jdayi; (ii route to visit the' former's i i mother iu UuiAic, HliifMiirc; Kent- jlarul, for a i.innlhs. I Lovely Easter Fashion Displays 150 pairof Piei-riii's Gloves, filacU, l or whitej, iinesl quality Trench all fo-i-il.Ty IU AV 75 paifsofLii piyu'.Gorsefs, a new long the corset to fit for I and IJIack Ribbed Cotlon o i Hose, seconds ol'tlieAlanions 'Jlusler. 1 i Brown iuirt Princess lines, 35c 1'or... v-'v' The jfiiose Sadn Un- rterskiris, and shades, worth only _ Vc A choice lot of JSew Spring Waists, incliuling: Voiles, Kaiiio will be selling on all the dujrh-.jwn cornets. What v.-ill be the result What- is the best c.in do? :Clubs and Societies Phones jtes.1115 Office 1224 GOOD FUIPAY vnto with, cros "nt- hold, the lleholir the rcon 1 thorns, ;.H 1'ilale'i judgment stal; Tliouch set, at nought by men of war, :Ile will not EC-treat. Hehold the man -with purple robe, "Vhilo chic! priests mocking say; "Him crucify, Him crucify, -Krom earth Ilim cast away." llcholil the nun the King ol Kings, on His judgment throne lis face the beauty shall disclose Of Israel's God a'or.c. Behold the man through' ages all, In .whose salvation's plan Shall he bur foy, That u-e-.hfhoM ths Man. T Jir. T. II. Iliirnttl, ol IWlevuc, rill ajiend Master with his parents, Major and.Mrs. tlurncU. .Miss Ailecn of Calpary, will beian Easier visitor with Jlrs. A. II. Diescth. dulW Ihe tffctiu tndwMkm stomtch to healthy vlf x kjr Hklnj a Dyjjxpsia ftftcr uidculoul the'pLeclnf1. thft'besl friends. lor from 1 dyspeplU. -SOc. Boi il. NAtfond .Drug] ;Chemkfcl ol UmUed. '141 Rohcrt Livingston is visiting in Calgary and Kilmo'nton. Mr. and California, ate guests with Mr, and Mrs., Delay at Hatdierillr.; "J: ..ic Misses will he Kastcr gucifls1 -with Jirs.'A. liall. 4 Miss .will tho lister holidays with Mrs. J. liutner. 1 Miss viill ftn Knstor guest with Mrs. C. Ivcs, Mis'. spend tbe Kaslcr at Mitclro'l, the itursU ol Sirs. J..V. Datclitlor. 5 i Mr. and J'irs. Hoy CasraJfn, who wcro residing in Portland, have re- turnftl to tlic city'pnif will make their future home Mrs. Kvcljn Buchanan pleasantly entertained the- Six-Sis club last fv- enlnp ,11. the, LolftV nl Mrs. K. .K. t: 3 Dr. and .Mrs. 0. J. CouilUe in- Icnil. i.iiotpr.ini tg.MHK Krvfr.tomui- Tho ti'.-V! C. will meet on.3Ipn-i.iy iHcrnoni with Mrs', fiillsspipy M71 Eleventh .St., S. Tbe Indies' Aid and Men's iOiiu of Westminster church-will put concert In ihe chun-h'tomorroyr tnght. A.splendid programme tins' been ranged. The Junior W.A.. Df Cimrch.wlll meet in tlie Parish' hall, on Saturday afternoon at 2.30. All members a re'requested lo be present. Tlie splendid .clioir of Wesley church ire iireiroiSiig a special Easter ser- vice of song for next Sunday even irjs, including Choruses.- Messiali." a quartette and solos. Tlie hazaar and supper held at Trin- ity Hardleville, on Tuesday, was very successful aod the proceeds are. TllF. wish to thank all who in any way contributed to'its success. At Ihe Easter market, which bo hcld.unde.v the auspices of the _____ Aid of the Christian clmrcti, In Ihe >acant store south of WriEht's Jewelry store on Saturday 'afternoon, all kinds of goad homo cooking will he on sale including pies; cakes, baked beans, brown etc. Tea and cake wftl also no served. r All members of the LelhbridBO Lawn Tennis cluh are asked to Wednesday, April 15 in mini! for.ihe special general meeting at thu Y.M. C.A., at S p.m. A full attendance is to diBCMBR important busi- ness in connection with Increasing the number of playing members to Delicately perfumed Krc-nch Soaps, neatly wrap- ped, throe cakes in a bos; specially manufactured for Uie Hudson's Hay Company in 1 France; per iiox .IOC 'Axminster Rugs for Easter Adorninent Flich heavy pllo Axmiiialer Rugs. save on one of tteae as they are actually rugs. JtiPt 25 left to clear at fiC this price. Persian Brussels Carpet Persian design, in Brussels im-. ported quality. 27 inches wiee. 'A regular QCn (1.50 quality.1 EiJeclal, )icr wVM Your Easter Xovelty Curtains !n wjiite, ecai, ivory and 'drab tUeiUewDsl'effecls lii scrim, Uruasels" iset, and Madras. -'ri'ib pair1 Berry Sets Colonial Ocslg'u in Glass Berry wear doubly'.as long as ordinary s! ass. .'Takes a beMflfu'l-pollSn.1 1 "owl -'tl OC' and 0 nippies 9 Plain Scrims 19c yard D5eciali4 in'lhese popular roi'erials, super-' riiic scrims in wbite, ivory, ecru and Arab shadefi, priml for. Saturday I ww Sale of Stylish Spring Suits Ladles' Spring newest lovelty effects, plain serges, and black and white checks and stripes. Not a suit in the lot worlli ICES thnn 125.00; ill siics. Chic New Waists Tills is one ol our waist "Leaders." It is a dainty spring style in white muslin, square yoke and short sleeves, sleeves and yoke laco trimmed. dainty blue aiic! black stripes in the lot Vl) Children's Coats- Children's styles' wliiie belted and Easii, bel and buttons; colors arc Copenhagen tan and navy; ff A 7JT Ladies''Dresses P.-etty checked Gingiiam Waa Dresses, also plain colors, pale pin and blue, Ihien collars, WK shofi" sleeves Saturday is last day of Easter shopping "K" on a Shoe Means Style and Quality Black ami Tan lUuc'ieiE, in muty spring styles. The leather is fine slice kij. A boot of service, and of splendid appearance. "K" Oft woke. Hogular Ladies' Button Boots For (lie laJy who prefers a butUjn toot, here Is u sigblly blauk ylin'e kti] with ar.d Cuban heels. .Size, fitting anrt GlA gtiarantft'il, make, teg. Boys' Glace Bluchers Here a for boys -a fhop tliat will give spleudld service. Tlie Ip.-ilLer Is selected biick glace kid, tbe stjle Is smart blutlier. "K" uiakn. llesular !L5') ...........-JfO. Men's Tan Bluchers Tan Calf for make. Ona of llio (IresJiest models wo arc showing this seu- snn. The new roceulrif: toe anj lo-.v M t heels. Regular 5'i.OO Leather Lined Bluchers Here Is a line of waterproof boots for men. Tan and black, i eat iier lined In smart blucber style. A fitting and hard wearing C C hoot. make. Regular 5550 3C inches wide. For yarJ JS.60 in Serge Diesses............... Men's af Very Special Price One day sale of Men's Suits, all new spring models and smart textures in Imported tweeds and Plain bad mixeil CIO QE Saturdayonly I O.OU Neiv Negligee Shirts strides, broken stripes and reany otller neat in these new spring Negligee.Shirts for Coat styles. All sizes... Worth lip to Soft Negligee Collars Now for a special in Men's :follars, tho'ever -fupular soft Nesligee. Here they are In white, stripes and plain colors JJcguIar 25c I JU White Night Shiris fine while twilled Xiglit Suirts. full length and.aie largo and neat style with collar and-pocket. Regiilar 51.25 Silk Knitted Neckwear Tlic newest Easter Tics, .50c qualities for 39c. Tiiq popular silli knitted tics in heather mixed ground and neat stripes, in various colors OQp Tery cbssy vvw WILL. IN THE TEA ROOMS SATURDAY AFTERNOON TWO O'CLOCK TILL FIVE Saturday Bargain. 313 SEA- one hundred, aa llie number of lawns may bo increased to six. Tomorrow Hie tier. Uean Pngcl of Calgary will conduct th-- .were welcomed, QHANGES! THE i :Sb'N'S'BEST Large Juicy Oran- OO ges, i dozen for Larger sized Oran- M 4 gC3, 2 dozen for I CHOICE CANNED FRUITS 2 large 'cane Pineapple 2 cans Sir.-iwbefrir.s 20 pounds li. C. Sugar 39c 45c CANNED FISH, NEWLY ARRIVED pound can Lobster...... 26c 1 ib. con Clover I.ea't Salmon 3 cans of f'rcnch Peas Swift's Premium Hams in'niece Swift's Premium Bacon "in piece.. Mixed Ciioculiitt-s per pound ITARTING EASTER MONDAY WE WILL SERVE A FULL UOURSE DINNER 12 TO 2 35c ILudscma Brand Teas, ricli, [lnvovful fnmous Teas, efacli vcfresiling--s -possessing iiitlividiiaiity that wins the palate. THE STORE OF. SERVICE, QUALITY, AND VALUE iany. LAST DAY OF B06T the pagaling Jews In1 v v {.t. 'The social nflernoon-given .by ,oy 'ladles'- Aid tor-ari tbe of the very A- pf to feel al service-hi St. .Home. Vocal Mrs. Jlttfon Chiircb, from-12 o'clock and Inslruraenlal rjumbcre ..Mr. 3. Membere other denominalions Jr.. were qe) gntmuy are cordially invilct, and those not ing.; The '.as tract, dls- wishlns to remain for.the wiole ser- awearcd, and becairie tte c. dc- vice'mfy withdraw during iiualnted at the lea hour when int I II.IE.refreshments were seried. :Thc collecllon win be In aM.oJ TAo following Is the report of tbe Mission, tor Muroh, 1914: N'nmhcr pf new patients' c.ireii for Nuriber of old patients cnrsd for N'urrther ot inetronolltao patients ci'red for calls day.... Salvia Will Grow Hair! 'SALVIA, the Great Hair Tonic, and rpFslne, will positively create a new rowtn of Iiair. If yen v.-nnl lo have a beautiful head of hair, from dandruff, use SAL-, VIA. and wntcli tlie results. SALVIA la. guaranteed-to ilof fall-. Ing hair nnii restore the .hair to Us o.ilursl color, 'fine greatest llatr Vig- or known. i Watch your balr II 11 Is Milliig out. If you don't, yo-J will sooner or later he prere.ila liaHnpfs by fas- Itlilni? Uio balr to the reols. Sold by IWdky Co.- Professional culls rnnde, nljht... Business anil rtticf cills DfHfe calls 22 63 I Ice cailB than has. ever been reported sixty-nine peo- mentloned-nhovp.' who came to riiitif'ra for' work, clojln'ng or and also; those :wbo to jiigaiV.lielp. We hive supnllcil.sev. cntcen people with for days' Xlne.Cinia.for outside nurses have aiBo'.been sii'pplied. r 'Wo. have'provided fresh CBgs, beet cblcktn broth arid medi- cine 'for-several tntlents. Clothing has1 been given lo ten families, and food lo llvo families. A.M. TILLEY, Siipervijor. The Traveller's Aid report for March as suhmitleil by Miss M. E. Cameron is a? follows '190 (rains were met ar.il 17 nrr- sons assisted, 12 of whom were yo'mg positions being found fnr four of llira. Oie'ymiaR girl, who ban left tiomr without tifr pnrents' consent, was a room by thf. Traveller's Aid put her in clavge.oi the conductor ol the morning train to Calgary, tciiuestinf him to lOuce. her n the cate of.the Travellers' Aid at Calgary. Ttilal....................Wv Xunilier o[ full J Nnrahcr of patlenls paying fnrl Number of jnlicnta cared for free This mouth we havV had more of get a furl and continuous report oC' all business, how iml where our Iiard earned money fhavgoi-'s into thn cltyt treasury is spenl.. People's Forum W. J. WILii.l'AMS. j! 1212 Slith avenue South. anp3j when -her parciits rnqnltM for was sent back to tnctn. H. nirjjlifr.'placc'il thrre children in Travfljct's Aid, atVmp, lie put safely "on train. A'j'oiing gl'' fourlftn ywrs. com- care of the conductors of-the put In U-liargc of the Ttavdlers1 Aid at Lvlh- council chamber. Tr'.uling we FAVORS FULL PUBLICITY Kditor, Heriild: I was pleased to read In your dally paper about two weeks ago tliat was not In favor of suppressing muni- cipal nows. And many rqleviycr's'are glad to knon' ho still El'nnV.' I trust the Commissioners ,wi'l give up any further idea; of censorship, the business council chamber is far past the moving lure stage, and furtliermor'e, all busi- ness done by tho commissioners -ir the Council chamber Is the rate pay ers' business, and should bo open anc aloveboard, 50 there wllljje no'oc cation to blanket chancV for any to bo tnisjudifcil, or blj for'what they don't'dtf.. through the.press Is.tbe only way (bp maiortly of mtepaycrs caii keep. In touch with the business done: in th NERVY AUTO BURGLARS Plttsburg, Pa., April entire oItCB force today was ordered to ook for two young men who soon er last rolrinigbt captarvd., Thomas Cane, a chauffeur, in one of the prinf clpal streets of the 'east-end, Tiouinl. anil throwing him ln- q his tnslcab, rob. -They ieId tip two drug stores, ng to Kane, robbed two rneh In nftbUltutYfuti" To but (his watt 1 ltd Eel most 3trt-iC3 aflj Mlisfaclion ind ike heavieit tiUer f-1lte. for cvcrWiKrt.. fcr Vrftlmf ftftam ;