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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta jMonday, April 14, ft The LsidW Store ^ : Phone 463 Aeadfft Block READY FOBM BIG DAYmMSDAY With a Host of �alms Absolutely Unsurpa$sed Sweeping redtoGti*�B........... Werth up,to $10.00 Thlsr lot Includes some of the most becoming, . aiul atitpactive models of the saaeoa of the tam-.: oue"Pi�lt" and Oliver leading Amerlofctt maX�s-; all smart, :8%ll[Ut aiid beeomlny as can Ibe and-uauallygood- valueB at reBular prl6BB. , �� � 95^ TiltBDAY aOWN SALE TO INTttREST WANr .........^fc-.-',-,.... . . Viluee Worth up to $1.50 Slip-over and buttoned front styles, made of lexoepttQnally nice (niallty CttmbKc, splendiidly ciewn and'. jiroportJoned, neatly trimmed with 1A0�, -i>etidliti�, �mbrotd�irl6& and rlbboaa. All ar* .Very attractive eartnenUi and very cheap "WTtbJfidtrSWs price.. � i: j^age arance 9) I A MOSTi SsELLlNi (event i � Scores "bl"'*omen have - pj�flted by the splendid 'Savingjs to IJberally. sup-"nly thfefc Wft^' needs for, � Boinc tltoe'ta come, and while aellin^ nas been un-�� 'ieStpectedly fast, assort-'  niBttts aye'Btlll good and stocks practically unbroken, so that even if you are among the late buyers dplendld choosing sUll . awaits you here. ^We., iayis; oq^ut' .Shoughtji foe ,. r-Strangort ' . � �'''"-A'flil .sftpes -tbf the soniietimes . guestjj. �. ^utjiolt for'ouriovm the bitter tone, ',Though ^we4dv� our own the best. ", -Anon. ' . �'''�ri.:''-" *��'�-!.  �'How-H^tl� itoo'ts, it wo give it a thougfiity fTo .m�)ce hJippy,;SOjna heart each day. 'Just. 6ne.kind .woid, or a tender atidki.:::" -1 lAs. tire gosOii;our: dally,^ay\�' . �iHoBtessea^ tomorrow , Mrs. 'Edward ^Baer and Mrs. Cory Baer, 3a9 Sovfctttli Ave., S. Mrs, C^- P, P. Conyhearo and Mrs. '-F.^'^.t.&lalieE, "Rlverview, will, be formSliy: at; Kojneroii.WednoBdtty i afternoon-attct"Bvenliig, the- t)ocaaion-be'. ing the latter's' spost-'nuptiaJ' recop-"' Mrsi.fliljis, �\ySio leaves, shortly to resiUe at*; Atgyl?, SaSk;, was the rai^n d' e'trfi of'an auction'bridge on "Satijrflay^ ^ftettnoon, whlcli claim- ed Ma. ,JE}. .A>' dunningbftm as hostess, sirs. J. 0. ,^Uson.'won the tro-;,. :� . �. , , - ,  '* Mr. ftob'ert jr. Luger, of Minneapolis, , speni; .the' Wfilf-�hd � with friends in the''City. ' � " �  .� Mr. CUJiord -of-- Galgary, spmt the WMl^nd tenewing ac- ^Tiaintanees in!th#-oltyr.....�-�-.^.r .���' .  St. Augu9tiii*s cHbir ^rendered'' very acceptably the anthom,' ."Incline �ftilnfi Bat, O Ld�d,"-;i�t the eViDnine Service'yesterday,';. Mrf-Oo'opor;taking the solo parti , C   Miss � Nlblodk^>- 'Wlio>, .was a.Mfeitor dor;,a lew dayOW!^rr>*nt 'Mrs.' iC. F. P. ConyWarejRi'vejrview, returned home on Satur'daj^ / , In the accouh't*.pftbi9ipj?Iv%te.fiance on Friday evening inftJid :S,-0. E. hall it %vaB stated. �-ilj"'too#, that Cllne'a drchestrrf-'^unplfed tHe.'inusiD. The orcheslta was GasJ^ell's witli Mrh�^^ I*"* uaf*s;ieok, ^The dcaped skirt reveals antm^tjPClJIllPtM^^l*!? ^n.ladv,cs of the congregation on Wednfealfty afternoon, and they ate anxtous that each lady will ipakc ,an effort.,i^^ be present, as this is, i^o- last?, weeun^of the aiji. tap thi."cBurcli yearMw hostess^ w|ll be Mrs. Virtue, Mrs. Vandewater, Mra, Quayle, Mrs.. Mitchell and Mrs. .'Venerable Archdeacon Hogb:jn, :of Oalgarv, preached two vety im-Imilress^ve and weH'-thought-oUt ser-MQn^'in St, AUgitstin's chureh yes-tetfiay, large congregations being Jjresent at both .services. In the tftofning he Spoke.t�frotti the words, '!A little wtfile and ye shall see Me d again a little while ye shall not Md," bringing out Some ileiv? lUghts in connection with impi^t-ice in spiritual things and;a teji-d>ihsy'"'towards 'too �'fnueh haSte. In the .evening he based his remarks on "ijesu^l 'Crucified," pointing out the tfjaHliriess Df the life of Christ, em-'phaSizIng the appeal it should make to fnen to follow m His steps. , � 'OF INTEREST TO WOMEN St. Andrejv's prayer meeting "^wiU bo held as usual on AVcdnosday even.; ing. > �  �#,�.� , :hr-';ti The Christian Kndeavor of s|; Ani drew's chureh will enidy a' lociM evening in the church tomoiftovf night. � V - M^yor Hardle has graciously; jjoft-sented. to preside at a cOpcertt-whitth will fomally open Biii;gra8^).^3,-flne Ijjflw hall in. .North Lethbrrdiex\.. ] The: yoii'n^' Ladies'' BibJ^xlass of St.; Andrew's �'cfiurcKar'e''h�virtgov a-h social for "all the young poppir'- of; the chutch this* evening i^t, ^tli.e homi^. 'of Mt. -patching. �  ^ "'",); * � * - ", .1 The Woman's Auxiliary .oti^t.Aui.' gustin's church will meet ai 8:B0 tor-morrow afternoon. On Thursday evening thfe Ji^rayer, meeting and teachers' conlerenpo o! Westminster church will ^p' Ijel^di' � Mr. J.'-D. HiginbOtham wifj giVfi ^ short' address on "Barly Dayk - ini Lethbrldge" at St.- CypriM>s-Ai Y P.A.' this evening. ' ^ The Girls' Club oJ-Wesiiml.nstetjarr canoqlltng their regular, nteptihe thlf' evening, In otdet to^he, mem.*' bers, aft opportunity Of , alit'pndhiii Wesley League to hear .It6v, |J, PT Westman's lantern talk. r The Woman's Missionary iaotety qlf Weatmiristee chureh will jtoW,a rumf mage sale in .the Miners' b^n.Qn Tuesday, Aipifll 2and, arid't^eJJ .'astt that all eont'tibutlon,.,be .s^Ht\iio thf: church on 'the, Monday Jj'ret^tjding th sale.  ..\,,,Vi.;.,^. All the-wotnen' diillly inxited Tl'l^ WAV TO A MAN'S 'HEART I wonder how-many who are'going to be married lo'ok beyohd tHe we'd' ding day and realize the respohsibiKty of making him happy in a wellorder-ed home. A girl' must prepare hSr^ self before she can Secure a position li^thiDUSlneSB'^tvrld. fitOw many girls are prepared fcif 3be fniportant occupation of homa-maklng? - Every girl who hopes to become a �vfilS^Sitid that means- every gin,--' OTlsht to be taught that the problems xatent shoeB'With kild upper^i also Oun Metal ah'^'Velour Oftlr. Som.e leather lined. Bluchers,- Bale, Buttonea't and - Oxfords. Not 6very laige' "ita .every �tyls, but every sise is here In splendid varlftty; All'now oie&Mng 4t '.v.... Boys' Bliiehers In BOX Qalt, spit tlpj leather soles axtd heel'^ 1 to 5..Reg. U6 to $3.6b lines for BOUd $2a50 Meh*s Work Boots In- heavy Split Leather, , tr^^^weltfht .plain soles, plain .vamSS;- bVftfed fitting. SlseS ,.,..8,,d,'"ahC|0," 'd Olf *2.B0.'f9r..... WoJneri'5 Slipi)mV Black Viol Strfip Sllpbars, turned solesi. medium^ hB^ii . WMte Canvas'* Oxfords ' (^i.y cellent for street 6: SitieB 3^.to 4^ on: Regular, life'foi'-. $1.49 Women'?, Oxfords in extra-fine ,tan.t and; chooor late Viol itid, welt^a seleo., An extra durable afi'd AHm Bi�es to Reg. $4.00 for .' it^Si?- shoe. $2J6 For ladles, smart Oxfovii Ties and Strap Pumps, shoit vamps, turned sole amd coveif**-heete; all dlses: Rfeguiw to J2.7S Child's SUppets ) . in instep fltrap style. Vlei Kw, sejvn soles, regular $1.86* �: also balance of mahufaetttf-erd* s&mpies. stiies 3'to 7%; all to clear at ... 76# Miner's ^ko^s I Heavy leather''filhcher' diit,' nailed Boies and'leifith^r .oouii-. ---------- .'^si'.as terB. Regular $2.30 for Black Oxfords i- In vicl kid, patent tips/qom..*'^^' mon sense heel and exttt. wiik fitting. Sizes S. 3%, 4, m: 6, atid Regular 3 ' " $8.76 for A Ninety-Nine Cerii Whiflivind Bargain and a.: ' Tho banner bargain of the sale. Children's and Oirts'rQxtoiWs and Strap SllpterB ln..Vioi a Oun'liletal in all regular 'slltes and feoya* Box-eaill.BalmorlUfti iSolld leathor sawn soIeS;atS^ line In viol kid, extra Wide fitting. Slzfes 3 to'ltrl^."StfleftaiJ'values in MgVilar way up$2v90.f- A-LL - AJ ,..,....................t... ...................... 991? e Hudson'$ pay Stores '3 1-1 fi ..If pertfliintng'to thehom^, to the kUchen to oook^ag, to.ibuying ftuppues. The ojd;adage .'-tba.t the 'way to a man's heartvls'vthrough' hlB stomach, is not ! the' ^vholB^kruth./^BUit It contains a .partial �'IVuth. s'A. .mfcn ha* eyas well fl^ ft -BtowKoli. A girl needs to appiftivtd.ih'ese; tie' ft^Bo nafl a sotil andie'iB aji:^'ec{�kUve of the splrltdal a^all'^es;: '"^Btil'.lWs the duty of the vWlfA ''^!>',,Bje^."tJjar.tho husband who n^p^t ;,(Sa-:out'^^nto- iho industrial world ,Js.i^Ali,eQUii�f^ed for the struggle, for 6ji4t$aco;.v ^Soujern, the actor, once 'sald'^w' a.-.rOii4aaftOi young woman, who .jested ;Mtk;hlni'- aibout tha hettp.ty^ beefai9ak.h9''4te'^Before going, to the .the$.ti'^'|^,aj)pea^.a8 E(aralet, "WTiy, for tAntij^ the needs, tho,slnpws',ot:'*ftr,''. , Bvefyjttans Jli;e is more or lefa of a: flghty Bi fight 40P a position, a fight to lieei�;it,'ajflght:;iO wln.a better one. U is itha -Wife^'tiart to see that her PToiedtor dnd.' served pro* perly selected and properly prepared food.' ;'H'e ine�tds'the sinews of war. ^' - Thtf_;PaKB�c'9f-tJ)e. "Und�rstand(rtfl" �.'V'we^have' an .understanding" a � gli'l ma:^ sj^y:'.ta ih^r - mother who asks h�r ahoUt? the'ln^ent'ons of an assidudus ofiller. -perhaps''Hhe � mother may be satisfied by tbe'^xplanation and per-> hftpl' ahe';.may;'.n That being the �w^y;, the lYoWd is made, she must ooh^om td 1'hls conformity, though )i my. seem costo ly at first, will^in' tJ^�' lottg. rMii be worth while. If a m^b, seen'ihdt he may not call on a girl ^6 otifiA aa^ bo pleases, it gives hiw t^tt' ftda94 t'^^Pect for her and is lively tS Stlp^tjj^te Whatever affection h? vtu^lt. HVJi her. Moreover, If'ste^ dOi^Jli ttJiit '|[V#:iJpiher time to one oallier 6iftly/,�itB9ip8 wjl.ln time oome, and >he diliii>&v([;rWider/ field ot ohoioe, a betteKohdMr.H.^^; ot termlne the.fioft wisest for h6i> t6 m ford 'Wftrtea, b'-Wo^npin's '^mi tot April.  I-' - .iW................t 11.1,11^ ,1l * , Lucky Ci,�HlhAnt>. ^, First TravelU^jJ IBfftti.^I Bee,, while a man's h'earl iB"b6ftt}ftg 70,times on; elephant's is pdlflUlng -ptiiy. S^()., ' Second * Traveftifl^JlMafi^'-^That's bB� causei the--*le'pl)|^ht:;c[$ftfi'ix't^'have to worry about his. trHni?, If,guepi(,-7;V*ar kers Statesman, J! � . "t- ' idist Lieut.-Ool. J.'.B. AJnyot,vdepu)t iff of Ouebac, and formerly,'! mand of the 9th'Regiment,* is'� Bldout stre�f -SMth ^ This- 8la�l>^!y'4Vin^Si|[?f^& vet and vihlte Ninondji.soj*,. ;