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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHSElbGE iPATLY HERAID MILADI EDITED BY "INO" �----. - Ofltee 1224 ft,las 1' the ;i,l)ridg3 ,Tejjnlfl':'CluK will be held on : ^Upsday 1 eyenling,^^^ ;15th, at ,318 : Sherlock Building,- Evety member ^s .SSBfiPiaUx.ajsked tfi he present. - ' "The Engagement" is announced o i HJIyav.E)thel�i::daught;er of Mrs. Thomas ;ilAMttyj :6it>;'^ybtori&-Aye.;i'H as^jQi^tarlf^V'to^Mp.-; Walter 3iT^ and sewing was in order. The ladies decided to uscorate � the^ church ., Ip? the dedication next Sunday. " .The hostess served dainty viandsj fttv the tea hour. ' ' / is arranged to take place ' early in May. : � ' � Mrs. Stone,-ot":Carstalis-, who was a liouse guest ,with Mrs. A. J.. Gehm, and Mrs.. McLean,- of Maple Creek, who Is with Mrs.r J, 'W. Baw-den, were honor guests, of,a dellght-'ful matmee Abridg^, Which claimed Mrs. W. J. Ajfmstt.JwH^';RlV�tS,. Mrs. A. M. Grace (ModTcinellat); Mri R. E. McArthur, MtSji'EI J"/ Sefil. and Mrs. G6orge St&ey'-ttie door to defray, j^esyjensesi - i^ell The Ladies' Co^a''"soctetr met yesterday with Mrs. Orpstc Twent;^-flve members were cfat and Mq ;iiew members enrolled; UpsT, JlKBath and , Kootqna^, Lake. The marriage Mirs. Ahrens gav6 'aplSiiaid:^ xdadjags, The "purple" side of St. Cyprian's W. A. which lost m the recent Lenten cwitest, entertained .the- wm-ners, the "navy blue" side yesterday afternoon. It was resretted," thatj .-- . -owing to a slight misunderstanding i followed in announcement, the attendance was' not as largo^ as it would otherwise have been. . '7 I The parish room was converted by means of new window curtains and potted plants in. profusion -ihto "a, cozy drawing-room. The tea table was prettily centred with daisies 19s a silver basket on an exquisite lacfe centre and Wfs presided over by Mrs. Arthur .Hayr and Mrs. W. V, McMlli-Icn. Mrs. Frank Waddmgton, Mrsf. C' R. Young and Miss Eileen Jones oon^-trib.uted bright piano solos, and ,4 vocal number hy Mrs. J. Morgan was much enjayed. � *  - , � �  ' TI16 Central' W. O. T. -U.' held aii interest!)^ meeting at the home ol Mrs. A.. Brown Pipes yesterday af-ternooi. Arrangements were started for the "tlistrict convention, whjch convenes ip-.Lethferidge, May 15 and 16, when Mrs. La Manco, ot Wisconsin, a national W. C. T. V., i?rgan,-izer will be present. A good'program. Is being arranged for that convention.. ' , , . ., Deaconess Udy presented--the fol-; lowing report of the Lethbi;idg,e Travellers', Aid work from January aOth to March 18th, 1913: On commencing work, it was ar-, ranged that the two midnight � trains, and thfe 3:10; 4- p.m: and 7:15 p.m. ttains, should be met. This schedule was continued Until March , 18th, when it was changed; so that at the present time the 3:50, .0:05. and 0:15 a.m. and the, 1:30, 8:10, 4, and 7:15 p.m. trains are being met.. ; Although the period covered by this report is perhaps the slackest in the year,:,so far as the travelling public is concerned, over 200_-trains in all have been met and 67; travellers, given assistance. Ot. this number, ,13.were young girls travellingnalpne; ."thor romaihing:,-55  comprised-Jiyoung married women, mothers -wJitli farn^ ilies and; elderly, -women,vail travelr ling- alone, and who were all;gtats-ful for advice, direction and , assistance. : .��-.��'.�;.!;v,--,''.|,' It is hard in a brief .period of time to gather. facts; render assistance and. tabulate results, particujiarly'' the latter, hut some of the cases'; ajp'pcat-ed to be interesting upon tljej: face; The first person cared for was' ? ft young married woman with only, ^ a summer suit '.8n;Mithout 'wtapb^'or over-.shoes, a/though the night was bitterly, cold. Eni^uir|; disclosed that alie wps from Edmopton, on Iier way to-hctf mother, in- the Si.atcs, her husband havins ^ beqjv^ sentenced to gaol for some oiiende, leaving her destitute. Upon asking her where she intended staying lor the niglit, she burst Into tears and confessed that afio was witlmut money,'having only her,.ticket, and theaificr sad story It waS a plea.sur(r.d�expressed to,'Sfie lady of the hduse (who �Is'avftiiember of the W. /5= GRACEFliU^SIlVIPLIClTY A 'Very -becoming spring costume with theSWrt sMghtiy draped. C,. ,T- v., and in-this way assists the WorL) her deep-.'gratitude for the assistance rendered by the Travellers worl.) -her decp-.;g Sistance- rendered. A1 a / V stating � that'.i'sh escarcelykii&w wiiat she would'.'have done, being without ;mone>5.-sufSciect to pay for a room at a hotel/ r , Ten Gi'^ettfXodging r;ln,vall, /tetf Titfve.ib'een given temporary Jodgin'g /i^'^he W. C. T. -U. io6ms. ihd twir'-^av^'-heen lodged at other places, arranged for, as only two out of.the twelve intended re-maimng-In'-the city. Two meals have been provided.;.Bight have besn.willing and able to. pay for their lodging and meals; ahd ?5 has: been received in this way* YoUE Travellers*-,.' Aid in addition to: depot woi-'k lias" attended one executive cemmiitee'.meetinp, one regular meeting, .taking;partr and six special meetings, taking part in thres, and hasalsp.undeigtaken some special Worlc preliminary-fto the formation of a Loyal Temperance Legion, as the arranging "lor' oratorical contests amonglthe. youn^, people, etc. MmliioDED EYfMLOS Reelna,swAi)rIl llrr-Ae a result of an acetylenoj gas;- Explosion' which ocourr, cid at/Ke^lna'College yesterday, A. j; BrQderJcl?.|jidiG6prge.Kldd, engineers at tlii.efcoll'sgeismajh lose, th^Ir eyesight. They-'^wfere-:. inspk'ting-the apparatus for. fnaktiigi .thflVga^'r for the',- domestic scie'nceYilrl.tci)f^...�and lit a .match when tha-exploaloja^Jtollowedi - e of Suits and Other He]r,eJp>W�ivTWr|�|| ,8uUb among thempsJ-,3^, SO yoir ^lllvk-iipw the reductions wJieii yqiu meet -Priqes' a,re tower than we have ever knpwn^"tliem' tiih-e,of.fee>ear. . ^ , ; , r^..-, :0'ff'> I'-,-==^7-'--~ . '.'i'..fflr:tl. Greatly Reduced stock, �' them, at this Satin Underskirts Tomotrowfor $2M Two. dozen inore^ pfc. thgse^ng^lish' satin .und^rskirtB, made to woat .with.^'-. the preserit 4ay skirts. CIots fluting..; hip ' deep hccfoMeon pleats. ' A*^ regaiar>--.v %zio or 14.00 article. AH-'lengthSj.^ 36. to 42. TakorMade'Btmt ^>maisiS:mSiitm^WC ' b ^aquallbdifo/^lSir^^i:3aP?R^: Janoia.  JuSt .tli^rwalst,V'Veai" ^With J new siiil-. Whaye .two fliaaff'jSt.ylgaTl� almost perfectly plain--and the matmlt .la, a Hi�h grade,Jrte^ Unetf..\ have in this-bargain-lot manys " linen coats ai $4.00 to $�.00 that r'are'really worth.w'dpuble , the - 'price. ThWe are ,about a doz-h 'en silk coats, also at a saving *'->'^t-&t least k thilrd'. son^s MEN'S �16 SUITS For............ BOYS' Fop .. $11.45 *!;'�..^!'.'.'!^ $4-95 BLACK CASHMERfeC"! SOX, b for ...... 4* I � MEN'S NEGLIGEE. SHIRTS for....... 99c MINER'S For----! BOOTS MEN'S strong, work,-' Boots......�. . BOYS' SCHOOL BOOTS LADIES' FINE BURT SHOES SAMPLES pF cHjLO-BEN'S SHOES ,.V.. $1.25 $1.95 :$1.95 $3.85 99c -GOVERNMENX CRE^WrY, BUTTER  " � gg* 2 lbs for....... 3 lb. tin of TEA' . lftRf� 20 lbs. of 8UOAR . ; 2 lb. TIN OF'C.f* B/STRAW- BERRY ANI) RASlPr BERRY JAM .i, ^V\0 LADIES' BL0USE3, Reg. $3, for.......... LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS ............ LADIES' DSLE VESTS All sizes, for......... LADIES' COTTON . COMBINATIONS for,.. 990 33c 48c CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES MISSES' RIBBED HOSE, for ....... LADIES' QgNUINEiSILK LISLE HOSE For;............., $1.69 23c m Nosale ^tlti(h CAn' be exchanged on^!Vfepk:end specials AXMINSTER RUQ8 _ Regular $3.80 $2, 95 LINO. AND OIL CLOTH REM-NANT SNAPS. ' CURTAIN SCRIMS ^ Regular 60c and ?50 48c TEA ROOM LETTUCE^ SALAD, With, bread % attd butter, trial' or  - - :�| f"^ :p coffee ............. 15>p::^^ STRAWBERRIES and CREAlM; % .....mm with cake, tea or coffee FRUIT OR' cream wiith Tea o;: - . coffee ......>.,,.* ICE CREAM AND CAKE............. Sale (xQnods for: casHibhly m Mm fthe. Woman's Oiviccittfr'.coavened' in/-the Y.M.CA. J^stfrtfay aftern.Oon and transacted srta^jt'}�usi%} nessi It .^wa^ecidcd tp iotf6r� a wm^ her of prize1[?1io';the'i'^>jb?Wd�b^^^^^^^ the .*lty ^�or. colIectlonK?':�'bfcs:lj0wers,': .gardens, otc.,,and;Dao'^;'sgr'an4r;mize for the best, general.;;, gf�tdetfis?:takxng Into, accbunt;the lay-rottt^;�:efei?i^^^ felt that in this 'way, it'jwol^tt.--be possible to hold i floiyp��BlK>W/'in.thc fall as.is done Im'othw^Mti^JS^^Mo speclfio infotmatiott.s4;^''^iliM{iij|;^^^^ inatter,: wlll..,shor^y. rH^^s:0^..Q.;:%. A. comipunlpatipn, �|ri^;;th6-^0uacUf was: raadv ini ans*efo-J^^ encd . fromthe, Oiylo, clUftf 'TPjiaMing" the cemetery, in'-'af fitoplise was ;glven that tW ^^j)-�cf6f''^jiifttllig: tee??rshrubs; �flb%'^'t�^=1^|bf^^,'^oi|]|^b� .started^', as:soon ad,'tq>ilyenpy#1l(ami�el:0,.. ot St,'Mafy.!s';..i)raa'atJK^p^^^^ ^Augi^stia?s i'?tiall!KlaS-^|^ be- described-' ftSi's''-^f6iil^Wo�S(^v'Th6 hall was filled ,^nd tiS)v4^*'''ot.* ap-playse, gir^eieii' all^.l^^ipiUing 1iBt\s,^ ;whilst, the; mkaV^iJhdiilpj^UR tjMft&faeS-inevoESifailod toT* tffejti^^ ;.thei:,shajje-.-'ol*'?heK%yla(^^Ji|i!^^ ', The; heio;? pai-t';-v?as,-iteM^Jih?': ;fullJ>realizatl6a4;af�itpfp^i^"'*'^-'^ ,Mt.,.,A.~sM:a.tthewi)vh}� eilviT:k-(Illi,;'i?.:Solp Splettdidlysj Ifeii^'f apjW The-heroine's jpauli iflR#8tagisj-ril�P%l^,T. ;^||f^fir!tij^l�pp  skill who' did nol. see' la?t .night'? fte^wiin- 4 4^ ance, BLould.nQjb^MU^to. s^e,,th^^|HC0;; ^_ dubtlon which equals i&iny a�T|jrOT?jM , > sional piece playedja thi's city,f,'|J[r. Jackson assisted at the dresfi, le- ^ hearsals and acted -laSfr"' night as�,^ stage manager, while ;Mlfai'^'Allo^it4MC/' nold rendei;ea appropriate Bttfeptipm on the piano d'.iring ttk�yen%.JW proceeds go towards payii� lot i the A i vestmelits alrea'dy ptochased Jjy|�|fe Mary'.s choir. , ; ' ''"I'-iTYl mm AT HUN1JLEY>>ALMER',a . -FACTORY, AT, READlNriC -^/it^^J" NewcaBtle-on-Tjrae^ April v'^ll workman ,at. Httntley -apA/^tir biscuit laotoj^, at;^P^eadlng^*'* retlredl up5n',a .peneloaiicOM ployerp, Wter haying i^ui year? of oontlnuouft'.ftflak , During thft^whol'e had only once 'been latb^lQ eM li� well,r8ma]Da8Jerff,r t.Uast ibpl^^,; ? Cnnghapis, In uiariy pretty . era' W^Ti,]ais,^^^^ ,^^eqh; .aftdj�^rljteB4__pn>*irp,7 ,^b6a taluti *ror SttiLU�ln � iohwb Tntso iro itirl _ _ rioiiijiB XTO i^gului ]'o \al G-, ai-d vn cmnot p'o>nlB� �qu auoh a Olnghani barguln iigain In ininy a davi t,�^ (.Ir-^ -^�.7� � r �i,'^''^ tflrlB dll S una t>\7 (we tok^ ourfogstom- --5, 'ohow thfrlarMsit and 1 HernHiis , atyllsb''i>i:*ite�;!t4r'^^ilfoppen(4;l In the '^(^v XU&v.|i:0#aV>4.Vn^^/11�L^^^?4in ID U.U.J. ^uiw>i.u, > 11 w... They.'are ;^a'e6dlO'fil�iB Sflw YorH maijD, am j i\u nome style* .?ve fullJlp' ) fiet up '.hoip ^luK I jMecti nearly Trorth''to t fiom�'2 to 14 von ^ 3Jfciint,^on ar only iducefaenV for o4rlif>^' \ ^oys; Su^ 'L I 1.85 t�tl76 THE ONLY, STORE FOR l4�mo and Warner's Corlets /' Hhri>Borcher Oress Formd ' dnd Radium Hosiery w'ith stornnegs. , Special, hn^tlc^^niuftt-: of'Mr.' L- 'X.^ai:'"**' -Ktjfk, the-lorw^i;, the house (lown. sall^^S, .vwWlg*'^* 'charming-Jbs?: REMARKABLE flECORto.OF I no'*leweV) tha'n "9$fl!jiE"ltp b,Yer_ 80'.yes-- -f4'='�*'iii�� ;