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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta "J ' f ii4 �* 1 LftTHBRIDdF IDAILY HERALD  eOlTED BY "INO" l�H0NE6 � J. Mna I thD, love of womnn 1 It is known To bo. a lovolf and a fearful thing. -Byron, .... ft. ^ woman is like to-but stay ; What ft woman is like who can say ? ^'hero's no living with or without one- Bile's Jiko nothing on earth hut a. woman. - -Prince Hoaro,. � * * Mrs.! H. D, Williamson i� expected lo arrive homo next week "from an fcxionded trip abroad. *  --  * TIio many friend? of Mrs. McCorvio will he" Vleascd'.to. kmiWi that she is doing nicely after her recent serious operation at ^tho Gait hospital.  J* � * - Mr., and Mrs Peroy Gowen Shaw have arrived txoin British. Colun/bia and virill ber'the guests of Mr. and 'Mrs F.'D. Shaw during their stay In Lethhrldgtf. '  Major and Mrs. \V. U, Burnet* have Itwo decided novelties in their homo in the form of aji orange and a lemon tree, both'of which are in bloom at present. Mrs. Charles Qardy announces the engagement of her daughter, Deborah Isabel, to Mr.. Arthur Hornsley Muirel-Wright, of Hartney, Manitoba, the wedding to take place on .April-aard, in Trinity church, Rochester, Now York. Miss Mildred Mason returned today from an extended visit with rela- Alvos in Nebraska. * � � The tennis Co.urts are now in splen-idid shape for playing, and any members of the Lothhridge Tennis cluh, who have paid their subscription, can have access to the courts at anv time. The formal opening takes place one week from tomorrow. in * is arranged to tdko place - early May. � * � Mrs. Stone, of Carstaii^s, who was a house guest with Mrs. A. J. Gehm, and Mrs. McLean, of Maple Creek, who is with Mrs.- J. V^. Baw-den, were honor guests of a delightful matinee bridge, whieh claimed Mrs. W. J. Atma'trdihg as hostess yesterday, Palms and Jiottcd plants with a bright note ot color expressed in crimson carnations were pretty and eflfcctive. Four tables weto in play, Mrs. A. J. Gehm capturing first prize . and Mrs. Stanley Kitkhairt/fitccdnd. A dc-Icctahlo menu was setyod at the tea hour, when the;h68teM wa� assisted by Mrs. O'Hagan and :Ml�B ,Agnes 0*Hagan. ' - - Those bidden wejfo Mrs,- -Stone (Caratairs), Mrsi^ itfctr'eari (^aple Creek), Mrs. A. J. CJehmV Mra. J. W. Bawden, %s. W. B. Suifhett. Mrs. E; A. Wflilamson, Mrs. Stanley Kirkham, Mrs. B. HUl, Mrs. Geo. Moth, Mrs. C. r,*Smith, Mrs. W. F. MacDonald, Mrs. J.. H. Rivers, Mrs. A. M. Grace (Mc^toineliat), Mr^. K. K. McArthur, M^Sf E. J. Sehl, and Mrs. George Stacey. CLUB0 AND BOCiBTIES and sewing was in order. The ladies decided to decorate the church : for the dedication next Sunday; ';Thd hostess ^ervcd dainty viands, at. the tea hour'. ^ * " . *  * The ''purple*' side of St. Cyprian*s W. A. which lost in the recent Lenten contesli, entertained 4hc- winners, the *'navy blue'* side yesterday afternoon. It was regretted,' tl\at, owing to a slight misunderstanding i followed. in announcement, the attendance was I take iier not as JargO' as it would otherwise have been. The parish room was converted by means of new window curtains and potted plants in profusion into a cozy drawing-room. The tea table was prettily centred with daisifis la a silver basket on an exquisite lace over-shoes, aitlioUglT the night was bitterly cold, En(|uiry diaclMScd that she Was from Edmoji'ton, on licr way to- hcrt mother, in the SiatcK, her hu.shahd having ^ bcbu sentenced lo gaol for some ontfnOc, Icavin;^ her destitute. Upon asking her whotn she in-tcndcrt staying for the ni[;ht, she �hurst into tears and confessed that she was witlmut money,^ havinj; only her ticket, and then her story U was a p)e;i.surp tj to the room |)rovid-cd by the W. C. T. U., for the night And to ch^.er and refvosh her with supp6r and breakfast liefore speeding her on her way. She li^tt on the morning train, with many expressions of gratitude. Another cnse, of a inoMipr jind her three children who had to st;iy over centre and wrs presided over by Mrs. | night in order to make train con- Arthur Hayr and Mrs. W. V. McMiU len. Mrs. Frank Waddington, Mrq. C. H. Young and Miss Eileen Jones contributed bright piano solos, and a vocal number by Mrs, J. Morgan was much enjayed. * * * ' Th6 Central'W. C. T. U.. held an interestit^ meeting at the homo of Mrs. A.. Brown Pipes yesterday af- M^^S ^or the night. A ^ ^.. . . : k ^ t _� __i % t A i ^ m nections : The mother w.-i^; (juite ill ; the weather bitterly cold and blustering and tlic children thinly Discovering that the mother was short of funds and bad nowliero to stop over, Mr. - kindly donated $1 and the little family were takea to a reStauT'ant and provided with a hot .meal and to a boarding bouse where they wore provided with lodg- MEN'S $15 SUITS For � �  * BOYS' $0,50 SUITS For  t �^'&:r:'� Y I 4 An important meeting of the Leth-bridgo Tennis club will be held on Tuesday evening, April 15th, at 318 Sherlock Building. Every member is ispeclally ask^d to be present. The engagement is announced o 3va Ethel, daughter of Mrs. Thomas lAddy, 64 Victoria Ave., Hamilton, Ontario, to.Mr, Walter Tangye, Bos-well^ Kootenay Lake. The marriage The young ladleg ot the Protheon class are asked to meet' la the basement^, of Wesley church at twenty minutes to eleven on Sunday morning to attend the anniversary services of the Sunday schooL No afternoon session will be held. The High School Literary Society entertains this evening in the auditorium of the Cejitri^l. school a^ the society's annual '*at homo*\ Np invitations have been Issued' as in other years, but' the pulJllpMs Invited: The program, which cpmmeputs witb a session of the Mook Parliament will begin at cight-Hfteep pfaarp. Afterwards an informal musical program will be presented* during which refreshments will be served. No, admission is being charged, but a silver collection will bfe "taken at the door to defray expenses. ^> The Ladles* Cottft society met yesterday with Mrs. Crest* Twenty-five members were out and t,wo new members enrolled, kfrs. tiliiBeth and Mrs. Ahrens gave splendid readings, ternood. Arrangements were started for the. district convention, which convenes ip. Lethbridge, May 16 and 16, when Mrs. La Manco, of Wisconsin, a national W. C. T. U. organizer will be present. A good program is being arranged for that convention. Deaconess Udy presented-the following report of the Lethbridge Travellers* Aid work from January 20th to March 18th, 1913 : 'flndhig her friends. On commencing work, it was ar-' Another case ir and Other By "a fortunate chance we came into information that P _ n - T" two very famous makers of coats and suits were done for �I* The Woman's Civic club convened j who did not see last night's pettotm- the season, ready to go ahead fall styles, and anx- ious to leave clean shelves behind them. Here are their Suits and .Coals-fresh, clean, modish- stock, meet them. at this some are the very o^armonts we previously, had in so you .will know the reductions when you Prices are lower than ayc have ever known thera time of the year. h � I in the Y.M.C.A. Jfesterday afternooa and transacted some important business. 2t-wfts^ccjdcd to ;Ofler anum* her of prizes to the housefaoldorB of j the city for coliections of flowers, I gardens, etc., and one grand, prhe ancc, should not tail to see this production which equals many a pfrofps-sionat piece played in this city* Mr. Jackson assisted at the dress rehearsals and acted last night as stage manager, while Miss Alice Ar- ; for the best general garden, taking |nold rendered appropriate Belectiohs Wonderful By coming - doTOi early tomorrow you can choose fro to some 120 and |23 vults andsayo at least $5. - Materials are nary and brown sergie, and fancy tweeds. Size 34,. 56; 38 only*- on Sale toxnorow* . Here's Another - � � � - ' - � _' _.. ' . � , - � ... J. r Snap in Suits f II III. P'".. r\. I' dull more of those (2a and 925 �ample ftuits. -donje- handsome grey and brown worsted suits among them, A]l coats are silk or satin lined-you make no mistake by coming to seo these wonderful suit liar-galna on sale at $ 19.SO Satin Underskirts Tomorrow for $2.85 Two dozen more oi, those .English satin underskirts, made to wear with the presenJt day skirts. Close ntUng hip deep accordeon pleats. A regular. 13.50 or 14.00 article. All lengtlis, 36, to 42. Tailor Made Linen Waists on Sale $2M Unequalled 1 tor their smart appear-' ance. Just the waist to weai* with your new suit. Wo have two smaft styles- almost perfectly plain-and the material .is a hl^h grade Irish linen.. I Extra Quality Silk 4 Hose Clearing at 50c The best silk hose you ever looked at for half a dollar. A pure silk hose with a lisle top. double foot, and high spliced heels. Regular 75c values Sizes 81/^ to 10-In black, only. Natty Coats Greatly Reduced . A collection ot three-quarter length OX' "Johnnie" . coats-^Jn serges, worsteds and fancy "rough" tweeds - nil colors, sizes 34 Xo 38, only. Some of the newest American ideas are embodied in this new lot of coats. Values up to $22.50 for $ 15.00 Silk or Linen Coats on Sale To those who like a good all round serviceable coat, some-lUiiug tor auto or driving, we have in this bargain lot many linen coats at $4.00 to $6.00 that are really worth double the price, Th%re are about a dozen silk coatQ, also at a saving of at least a third. $4to$10 10 Hair Nets on for 25c mertcan House Dresses $3,00 � I A'cl6an-\ip of odd lines in Hair Nets, thalt sold at 6o and lOc-some with elastic, � others the regular fringe net Colors, mid-brown. light and dark tfrown. Only a limited quantity, so be early, Scotch Ginghams Clearing at 10c yard Fast coI#r Ginghams, In many pretty colorings, neat check and etrlpea, an extra value for Sa^turday shopprs. These are regular 16c values and we cannot promise you such a Gingham bargain again in many a d^y. , ' Children's 50 and 75c Girls' Straw Hats and on Sale 35c Fancu Straw Bonnets Our House Dresses have been admired by many; and we* feel siire that they are priced so every one can share In the big price reduction. All new goods, materials are linens,'Ohaml>r�y� percales, and ginghams.' All'Sizes.'.Prices from $3.00 up. ' A clean up of two dozen cloth and velvet Tarns. Jufitt the'tblng for this time of the year.. If you come early enough thore are even $1.00 Tarns tQ choose.from-all colors -brown, car^tnal, black, navy^in the lot. Not a large ^tocl^tbi^t every, hat or bon-ie*t in the lot has plertty "of stylo and value In It. Some sennet 'and fancy braid straws tor children, as low as 7Sc^then we have !ute silk repp bonnet^ for 75o, nicely tri ued. .t  80c a yard Saturday Overcoats as Low as $3 ..... I ' I ��......* ^MWiiiiiMilM-��is^i ���.�I--� �..........11 �! � ���� �.....mmmphimf$m^^mmm i n � ' � w-m Gm^ Stylish Wash EngUshLongdoth for Boys' Tweg^ Suits and Dresses from 75c up without boasting^ (we take our custom-era* word for U)^We show the largeot and best ftsaprtjnent ,o i stylish dresseis f6r girls. and , oWldren. In the city. They are all New York made, and have some style ^>�Pjo. t^'^m. Make a selection early fBiz^B from 2 to 14 years. Here is a �a'Bclal Inducement for early shoppers-a 36 '^nch English Long cloth, aeodle nnish, Worth 12% c or 15c a yard-five full pleces-r*-no ndore than a dollar's fforth to any one customer, A Saturday jfEering only. ^ . ' . The boys suits ere bete-*ln all their glory lome dandy twe^d su4tg, as low at $3.96. )thers at $4.60 wjo $0.00, with ibloomer pants -sizes to fit boys, 8 to 16 years. Also a Ine of boys, 3 to 7. year, slac wash suits, 1.85 to^ $1.76. :: JTHE ONLY STORE FOR ;!S|9mo^,and VVanier't: Corsets. ; and RadfMm Hosiery V f� 1 - Sell-For-Lesd S _ 1 \ MANY OTH^RxBARQAINS Are tlci M - I t >7i. �L -K MiJ n _� r:�. .1 V- . r ^ h ;