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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUKDAY, APUH, 1R, 1911 THE I.ETinilUnfi E DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEE> ASK FOR Send for Five Roses Hfem ?ca E.Trtirii H USE 6ME y.UlHS M. Pfanliet Savage, Distributors, Lethbridge C- 6 >V. Phones Ites.1115 1224 us liU- f.rc. Aii'l :MV. KU" s up [n ihe Lody ictuuis in To Ike. uUi.cc it C 'if il Into the i-har u: il-iuas. Vet soars ;i alf.e nve is l.uly ar.il The LS fute-.fr -.Ili'iliHall r- Mr. and Mrs. V, M.I.--..H ily aie resilin.; in 11'ifir Lire M llii.1l slhrvul. i a levomino Mack I'a'.in with blLfk aJi'l while Lit. Misy Aileliua lU'Juli'i in paletlue mull xvilti awl Lluc l.at j aliJ Miss Kllie in pir.k cnlHon O'.er j'ale Mue ai.d la-.-e hat i tIeiL i niitiY frirj.ris i.i Acting Fire Cli'ii Lindsay aial v.ill rjad to Itinw tfcil ti.rir daugliU-r, j Ur.trii.-Uc, is al> lo be K-.J anil aro-r.'l ar.d ulio is the lio'qjtal M.jrLet fever, is uicly. Cluhs and Societies Mi. Mis. .lames Kin Ms v.HU tin l.n.'.Ur. T. li. D.ivi Mr. ci I lie at Ofeoto' The- G.r.C. WAI on Monday ttitb Mrs. K, U. Muru-y. Slxlli avenue South. are Mr. The in Wcstisijifiter church tomorrow promises to IK- very fine. In the morning "Kastcr i Aiorn" v.-ill be rendered, ivhilc in the Mbs Kva Dawsc-a to ttus -piilnc rity this isioriiiiis f'Oin a r.ic-alli s ts ,hc KiUBdom." .Mr. Chvtn i visit t-j Hi; Ont. Old C'oualry, and liurlpli, Corset Gomfort CROMPTON CORSET CO Limited 78 York St., TORONTO A Railway Bridge not ir.te adcd for traffic or for short cuU. crossing thtm with dliutor. Mis. it. ,T. llryinncr, Mrs Mc- K'rcary, ul awl Mrs. II. I .1. (fijcdp. returned last nicht from a l lisit in Misi sinij "Calvary." dollars -ivas Hie siilcn- did sum realized !iy Uiij Woman's Auxiliary ot St. I'yj.rian's Church at their Gale yesterday alternoon In the parish room. The luiilos arc grati- fied the result. Drama Md.'ull, r.t Mi- Timhfr, c i t ;aUaa, wlo was a 'I'ssj .young Lail-i-s llihle ctnss oi Judith H.iU-1. tains 1he s'Jir.rr.tr of WC5] toniorrovv 1012. is a sttdHit at the Inmisity ,lcrMm at ui wricolne. are rt-nnnded of the collection for Dr. n. Mascn has rtsienCil tanis. oi (lie Lethhtiilgc Laivn Trnni5 ovrinj to the lucssurc of liis ilutiis. All four] courts are nuv, leaily lor play. -r- 7- Mr. J. A. llacDonald, a former ar- chitect oi Le'-hhridge, Mrs. Mac- IKnilil, arc now rcsiiluitb .ci Seattle. Tliey expccf'thcir daug'.Xer, Jessie, of Oihary, .lo'SpcVt.i'the sunin-.rr with H.MII. tit Mrs. J. r. Terrill last c'.nnng in ro'irtfsy to Mrs. Jau'.cs of OVotois, uho is with Mrs. T.-K. iiaviilscn. .Foar oi" ip. iiundrcd Viit ivrn h> Mrs. Donald ai.d Mr. I 'v Tlie iibriur.l ilance siv the siafi.. in', tl.c The gusts, jvlid-'ii'jiri.ts'rctl thirfy-sis, own I were' wclcomfil i "tld 01 IhcHii'iiFon "'Air.b-1 J All ladles of Wesley c-hnrcb are to meet in hall ou day afternoon at o'clock to rehearse "A Ladies' Aid .Meeting at Mohawk Cross Heads." Tlie generally is cordially In- vited to HID annual ir.ec-ting of ihe Xnrsing 'Mission In the Y.M.C.A. on Monday afternoon at three o'clock. Tlie report of the year's be most interesting. Come nnd learn what IF bcinc: done. Afternoon tea he served.___ SK'Ahdrew's'ciielr, assisted Mtss .Dieseth nnd W. J.vMcHrctmey of To- ronto, vrill remier, Facrcd cantata, of at the even- ing si'rvince on funday. Tills was to have uecn rendried on Kaster to (he special services was until' to'nib'rrbw nighL worth, naintj- rcfrc-slimrnts prejiared 1 1'he Central VV.C.T.U. will siicclal meelins of. all interested In- Mrs. .1. llichardson, were ed at liilMlmc. The. Six-Siv cluli condutle-tl the s n vrith a iirigbt social function i2 liomc ot IJpwn .of five in p the .iuvor -Icing .won by n aufl the consolation goir ci inviting music v.aa Mts. 3. .Mr. 'win rings, normally spread coiltd n iicw hrr.ce-1 -Mrx.-indrr, who no- Alexander cnst on was signally honarcrl f various of West- the On evening last during- the i regular an r to her irciii th: also p cfl her ivith n. Tianilsome JJihl On evening the Lartifs' Aid sntl Women's Missionary scaictj' al itie home of 'Mrs. II- Tilatfoti, when Mrs. was sivfn uith n pcndnnl. st niiiit the clioir of the entire h formed n party to th? lior.ic of Mrs. AlfXartdct and presented "lice sil-cr sugar lioivl ariil silvrc Mrs. Ak-Xjfndtr IMS been earnest Initliful in lcf (hr.l roll pasi ovor.ft'hand of any -cl-vrch, md R.fls Ipslify to ti jcl cling a wrist, UrEC.niion.ut licr. cfictts.- ONDAY BARGAINS OF DISTINCTIVE MERIT A Sale of Infants' and Children's aparel scheduled for this week. Every thing for the little folks on Sale. Specials every day. 59c a Small Price for These Infants' Gowns Jlainty vhite Cotton (Jowns (or Infants; styles arc Icoso filling also belted, neat trimmed, u'ortli Social Sale JVJco Fine Flannel Barrows for Infants 49c Well for from fine- toft Kngiiteti u.innt-1, all tape Tbts 13 a pooil value at Toe, Social Sate rricu ar. Cul bound. 49c Rain Coats Newly Arrived in Ready-to-Wear 'Sec our in Lndios' Hiiin and Sinarl inodiils 1'or iiiolorinjr. OlotJis. Moderately prieud troni an ils arc nililior und S22.50 Goods to Move Out Monthly Slrons, scrviceahle canvas covered CaWn Trunks, harJ- worxl Klata, straps, tray, slrottK hrass Icch and clamps 34 inches, regular 97.00 S5.45 36 inches, regular MattTng Suit Cases 22 inch...............J1.25 2-i inches .............51.35 Dty Goods PiTlfy Nig'ht Gowns 35 oaiy of.thcte lace trim-, med c-repo Nigiit Gowns, stamped in neat fioral de- stgris for embroidery worh, ot, 50, 5S and GO inches long in'ktnioiia Btyle, short sleeves splendid vahie ?2 Mondav only X "Cea IRooin MONDAY DINNER 12 lo 2 p.m. SOUP Corn FISH lobster Salad ROAST of .Muttorir-Mint Sauce- French Potatoes Green Peas Hhubarb Pie Jelly Tea Cocoa Coffee Milk MUSIC Clearing Sale of .Men's Shirls -I9c Men's Sj.rius Shirts in light iiatterns. not many of any one design. Hroken tlio rea- son. All sizes in the !a, values to )I.uti. 1 wC Smart new Oxfords for Ladies' Wear Ladlea1 Calf But- toned Oxfords, all sizes. One of our new spring styles, llegular QO Ilousecleaning Xccds from Grocery Section SUNLIGHT SOAP C for PANSKINE S for 3 f6r 25C 25c Watch For Our Silver Poplar Tree Proposition See Particulars Later ary.memuers please attend. Fifteen dollars was the neat sum realized hy tho Woman's Auxiliary o! vrork .amour; Hie .foreigners in our I St. Augustin'fl church at their mis midst on Monday at 3.SO p.m. in Wes-j sionary tea at tho homo of Miss ley. Hall. Miss Forman, Dominion W. i Fourth "avenue yesterday. He- C.T.U. missionary to foreiancrs. will! sides this ?lu.OO was suhEcrlled (o address the cr.d [ilans "Mcnsni'cd hy.ftclunl nulrilivn power, tlioVe is no. ollicv vtiiioi; ia economy cnn cnntpnrc from L'nilml SIul'cs Dcpl. of Hill-' Sc per Loaf The Iiest hrcnd in llw cilv. Up sure il lias life on, All good (jfncrrs if or I'liunc 1027 The Baiker oj.e of tli3 preUifsl most t cla orale tuuL-lions nE the post j Mas At Hi no i .Mrs.' WLIHain Carlos Ivts Icstcss ycstordny aftcrnooti i v.-hon, in Auitt1 ot very ilirfntcniiij; wcilhcr, arlistir roonis Ir.stfaiT cl the colored pure bo formed for tho 'vroik here. A i will he in charge of the meetings the Salvation Army, forces in thesis- large attendance .is .'desired. Honor- (throughout. The delegates will be wcl-' tcr colony ol Zealand, will I comcd and tlitCongress declared travel to the S. A. International it t jfn at a grdit mass ir.eettng in the Congress, via Canada! The coniinis- Albnt Hall on Jnnc 11. A dayUioner will- arrive in Vancouver at "the" end ol this" month and travel eastward via the Canadian Pacific.- Itaihvay. On his through Can' aria he will in all probability visit 1 some ol' the cities of the west, [amongst the number being Calgary, I 5I'OSE Jaw' liesina and he will spend a day or two in Winnipeg. At each place ho will speak at special meetings, Veing arranged In connec- tion with his visit. lister lil c.Trji.uJoni" and ucip iin- ofitctJiR wilTi trrincry ni iol- iaic ai.d siiiilnjr, r.'.jrneroirs sliaiUd ciilnnccii "Uio sotting. The liCidic-ss ur lirr r.yost? wcarinp n ol- Rili uitfi v.hiifi nnd bb.ck chCfVcrl silk nnrl pcjiVn. Mrs. W. S. Hall, wlm invUcil to dining rooin, VRS snir.rtlj- fjoivncrt tn blue bilk willi ac- an.l a t-t tango ar.d Murk clinpcau. t 'l.l.c lea uhno dp.inlirs the erfon rmrl wliltc col- or of llorol was prrsklfd ovrr by Mrs. Charles in a handsome silV figured gowrf iip.it Mark hat with jiur- I pic flowers and Mrs. J. H. Murray in from Grease and Qrime Edsily Kept Spotlessly Clean with Old. Diitck Cleanser will also Lc spent at thf Crjstal 1'al- acp. and all the other western citirs will be well represented. CAl'T. TliTTE GOKS Official irom the as follows Major 'McLean, and Mrs. fudge, V.'inni- Baby ilenarlment of the work, rho gucFts were welcomed by Miss Bawden and Mrs. J. E. Mnrrell- VYrlglil. and admitted tiy Master Stafi-Capt. and Mrs. Kims, Mnrrell-AVrfgbt. The lea table, I nipcft Stari-Capt. 1'ayne, Winnipeg; hich xvas centred with car- Larson, Adjutant nations, was presided over Ijy Mrs. j Andrews, Winnipeg; Adjutant Beck- H. E. Sherlock nnd Mrs. H. lienllej-. jBtcad, Winnipeg Adjutant Weir, lie- The dainties were served by -Mrs. Adjutant HabkirV, Moose Jaw; IVilmot, Miss Dlson and Miss Ash- Adjutant Jaynrs, Rrandon Adjiil- The Commissioner is an officer oi many years' "sfanriing in the Salva- tion Army and is a speaker, of con- siderable ability. He lias served th- iant HoMdl.'Calinrv Knsign Walk- in ar.d South Africa Winnipeg; I'cacock. tfey- as filling many impoilant po- 1 _" _? _ J tilfnnc in tnrn Kmlfti ar.d Mis. Muttarl, Win- Sunday and Monday will be nijreg Call. .Winnipeg lei letter days in the Fifth Avenue L'apt. J. Mariiall, Capl! [lapfist church, when they will celc- Medicine Hat >ralo their third anniversary. Hov. Lethbriilce. Tbvir! lioss oMlie First church will Commissioner Hii (.'reach, and Her. D. li. Sliarpc, M. A., H.D., principal of McAitluir Col: Calgaiy, will lecture on Mon- day evening. Is Chosen Represent This Cily at the Salvation Army Conference anri Canl. ichards, leader of siUons in the old land. -Kutty experts in many lines cnce will he Included in the British expe'dtt'on which will start this lo explore Winr.lfeg. April I5.-The arrf.nEC- nifnts in ccnneclion thf pntty i.l Canadian delegates lo the Salva- i lion Army International Conprcsi: to he hclil in Lonilon, Kngbrrt, from June II li> fast r.caiin; compltlion. At Ihe present time parly numbers about 3HO. Slafi-Oap- .lain Tudge, ot the Winnipeg ofTicc, is in charge for llic West with Tospcct (o rates, sailings, etc. The congress meetings will he con- tluetcd! in the specially erected Con- vention Hall in the Strand and ivill l.c open to 11.e public, llelcgatlons comprising in all two thousand dele- gates will he present front 'all parts ol the glohc, every rtwnlry In which Iho Salvation Army is at work hclng icprescntcil. General Ur.imvrell Booth WHEN YOU ENTERTAIN You >van( give your Triends the Best Refreshments is uiisurpn.sfcr.d for purity, linvior.v It is niaclft from'the tjcsH Jiiatci'inls'bv (iiC bast: iiiiu.'iiinc'ry by ineii who know PHONE 1632 for flavors, prices, uic._ fjcrvoil at all the host ice crcnni parlors in the, uit.y. We invite you fo cull nnd see how Jly- gienit! Ico Grenin is made. To sec is to enjoy it better. Let us have a trial order. Hygienic Dairy Co, 5th St., South ;