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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta &hort trip to Nelson and other British CoiuifaMa points. Mr, and Mrs. ,T. A. SmUhrpI Wani-er, are guests'with their aon and daughter-lu-law, Mr, and Mrs. C. F. Smith. ,  . �.   Clarenice, the son of Mr. and Mrs, W. jR. Virtue, will celebrate hia tenth birthday on Saturday, by entertaining a number of his little friends. .     Mr. a; B. Hogg, barrister, and Mr. Hanjilton, manager ol the Bank of Commerce, Catmangay, were vlsi'tors in the city today and took ia the dog show. Mrs. J. H. Cheney and children, who have been in Moose> .Taw sliKje Christmas, will return on Saturday morning. They will be accompanied ?>y Mrs. Cheney's brother, Mr. John Co-olirane,  *. �  ' T.'S. Petterly, of Lefchbridge, is spending a few days in town. He and Mrs. Fetterly, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jarrettr 181-1 Fifteenth avenue west, for a" couple of- weeks, -ate -spending -todays in Airdrie visiting Mr. Fettorly'a sister.-Calgary Herald. . Fret So Sore Couldn't Walk Down Stairs TIZ CURED HER QUICK Send at once for. Free Trial Paokage If you hftye Bore feet, tired fe�t, BW�tt7 feet, Idme feet, t�9d4r feet, smelly feet, oorhSi ' oftUudes or bunions, read what h^pi^ed to Ure.. Crockett of Je^^on-vllle. TIZ did It. Mr. 0r6ij�tott says! "AJtter the second .^^fttmentsEie walked down-' Bt4}|  The Daughters and Maids of Eng^ land delightfully entertained the Sons of England and their friends last evening, \when some one hundred guests Were present. ' Card and parlor'games were in order, according to the wish of the individual guest, ices and fruit being served throughout the evening. ^ Mr. Robihs made an- eflloient chairman) presiding over a short program, which consisted of solos by Messrs. Stott, Sydal and Westley. At eleven-thirty a dainty supper was served, after which an enjoyable little hop was in order. The "hour" tea given by.Mrs. R. D. Shantz yesterday under the auspices of Wesley Ladies' Aid. proved quite a success. The hostess was assisted in looking ajtet the" giiests by Mrs. T. R Davidson, -Mrs. W. Jl. Virtue and Mrs. Crawford. . Mrs. Judson and Mrs. Livingston presided over the tea and coRee equipage, while little- Miss Muriel Podger made a dainty'little door attendant.    ' The executive committee of the Lethb'ridge Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society held a meeting last evening and decided .upon the 12th and 13th of next month fcr the first appearance of the society ist' otiera. The "Country-'Girl". will be given. During the past weeks the society hfts been rehearsing this popular light 1 opera and has now everything,ready ' fbr Hhe production. The jnenlfiers have worked hard'to'make this'event a success, and tt^ is hoped' thai; . all music lOvei-8 ol this ' city will 'take this',opportunity" of seeing what the taleiit of ;'Lethbridge?'-can .'.produce. The opera will be put on under the auspices.ol the U'eiie/^sooi'ety. . ' A tweddihg ot inietesit'rllio,Calgari-] ans took place at. ^t. Mary's rectory on Tuesday afternboa- af, tour o'clock, yfrlita Jlis;^ Loifaine.'Winter, /oi^ingest'daughter ofrJU^ge-and Mrs. Wi'Jl. Winter, 343 .Nineteenth-avenue wept, became the Jwile of,>Mr..>(Jor-don-Cannon Murray.Uof-'Calgany./i Mt. Murray is a .1jjembeji.-ot'pije ot the oldest families 'Ih Q^jebecs-v .-UThey were attended "by Miss Weth-erall and Mr. Howett, The ceremony was performed by Rev. Father Dal-ton in the presence ot a few friends. Mr. arid Mrs;'Murray left'on the night train for Montreal,'rwhenoe thay will iJail on an.extended honeymoon 'trip to Europe., - Calgary NewE-Telegram.' ' - FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BARGAINS that will sweU The Tide of Keen and Discrimii Buyers at This Store smart and well tailored Spring Suits will sell readily at these prices Men's English Tweed land 'Worsted Suits in an, Immense variety of this season's newest patterns-some in medium weight, suitable for present wear- others In lig'hter weights for summer. All are splendidly tailored-are lined with durable and light weight Serge Twill and Italian Cloth and are Interlined with unbreakable hair ^loth and shrunk canVas. Coats in 8-button sack, pants correct semi-peg style, All ekea, up to 42. Our regular $20.00 ^ | g $12 Suits tor Our regular ?15.00 Suits for...........,. .......... Men's Negligee Shirts In light ground with .colored stripes In fast colored Fi-ench Cambrics, English Percales and Scotch Zephyrs-all well made,''have soft double French cuffs and � detachable double collars to match- all sizes 14% to 17%; .regular C "I ?1.50 for.................. ^1 mVV Men's Cashmere Sox English Pure Wool Black Cashmere .Sox In an exceptionally soft and durable quality with re-lhtorced heels and toes. Sizes 9Vi, 10 10% and tt>4 A#| 11; reg 35c quality, 4 pairs 9  �UU THE AVERAGE shopper * of to-day is a keener and more intelligent buyer than �was the shopper of ten years ago, and it is their present, day intelligence that -lends an ever increasing throng of shrewd, careful bnd discriminating shoppers to this store, for they know and fully realize that our ordinary prices are in most every instance (quality considered) lower than the oVdinary store's bargain day prices-is it to be wondered at then, that so many attend our week-end sales and take advantage in a liberal measure of our Special Friday and Saturday concessions from bur regular low prices. Circumstances, are different this season than from any former season, owing to the changeable Spring weather and the general tightness of the money market. Stocks are, as a.....consequence, heavier than usual, but ill pursuance of this store's fixed policy of le, leather covered buckle; also ' a line In gun metal; sizes 2% ,to 6; regular _?5.6Q^ (or " ' $3.85 LADIES' VICl OXFORDS In black patent tips welted soles;- Cuban heel - an elegant Dress Shoe - Sizes , 2% to 8%; tegular ?5.50, for $3.85 . LAqiES- WHITE CANVAS PUMPS And Oxford Tie shoes turned soles and covered heels; all sizes; regular |2;50 for $1.49 GIRLS' TAN OXFORDS In fine Vlci Kid sewn soles and self tips; sizes 8, 9, and 10; regular ?1.75 for 99c. Sale Goods are for Cash only and may not "be exchanged or had on apreval. . The Hudson's Bay Stores Tea Room ..Specials. CUCUMBER ^ALAO, ' with bread and butter, and tea �>||f> or coffee ..... COLUMBUS EGGS ON TOASt and. tea -1 rr^ or coffee -�'"^ BAKED OUSTARD and CAKE, tea or Coffee ...... ICE CREAM tlVn and CAKE ... J DUCHESS O FCONNAUGHT'S LATEST PICTURES ^,..^"1 ' 1',^^"'*!^ "P"'""*'" Lo""*"' England, this week for acuie perltohltis, from which she suf- f,�red considerably while In Canada. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Flower Guild will pay their usual- weekly- -visitv-to' the' aalt-hospital at three o'clock tomorrow., afternoon. The First Baptist, Lkdies.' Aid sof ciety met yesterday afternoon 'witii Mrs, Helwlg, when the time was profitably spent In sowing, after which the hostess served inviting rc-fteShttients. ^ ' � Those interested are reminded of the concert to be given this evening in the/.Fifth Avenue Bapeist church. A .g^od program, and refreshmeats at a nominal charge,insure a pleasant evening. ; The Ladles' ttUild of St. Mary's church have decided to hold their an^ nual Jumble sale on. Monday,. May 18th, Jn the Minere' hall. Gifts of any Jcind!; will, be very; gratefully received and will be exiled lor, if Mrs, Arnold Is phoned 'at 1702." -. ---^ The mehiberB .of the -,A{1, .Welcome Bible class ot Knox clmich,.a're asksd tp..m96,ti,.'at .Tt�ie-:.,.8tu4}o^ ,90.6 .Third Av,�.,,tbmorro~w, CFrldayJ; April 26^ Gambling Case in Progress Today (Continued from front; page) at 12.10 a.m. in order that airphoto of the class.may be taken. .Slvory member is. urged; to be present that a complete, picture of all the .members of the. class may be obtilned. The Sick-room; Sunbeams inet'wilh Mrs. C. F*.'P.'Gbhybeare, Rlverview, at' their annual- meeting yesterdayjaf-ternoon. TlJe most important business was the election of' officersi which resulted .'as'follows : | � Honorary Presidenl^Mrs. CJ; F, P. Conybaaro. . . ' " 1 '',.' President-^Missi Ada. Muirayj,,;>4fev: Vice-President-Miss A^nes yiiityjng-ston. - - Seeretary-Ml?s Helens.-�;,ai^^6'pnf;:. . .Troasuror-Mis, Leah Young's,''""' _--i , "Harry Lewl8,;a-.yaaaf bank.clerk w^o di�fl.'ppe8r,ed.' from; peamBy^nh-.in 190?, hi^s Vetfinied to Mouht. Fdrest. Hfi'^'^tB she*wantod''to,>a6e,ith!aK!^^ went. to .EdgWnd and  served; ^hree J years iia'JUe army. , / rake-off I taken 'from* a pot In the 'maji.^ ner described iby witness Olredge. Mr. Conybeare, in croeavexaniina-tlon, 'proceeded to read a aeries o^i oonrlctlons against witness for keeping and frequenting disorderly ihous' es. V " . , .George Ferguson stated he was porter, to A, Hoselton; and. was in the basement: when t"u9 premises were rallied. 'Did 'not see ^ny rake-off. He ^felt uute iie,-5'Ga two pots while Ol-l re^e,' was. playing,,;:aqicl: nothing' was ' I tftk?o out of them by Beardsley. � One |o'f*the 4etectlves lent blm''four^dol-Jare when ho was "broke," aid h^ r^^ sumed: the :gRme*{'.wlnnln& .?7.#- ae-tore'raiding, tln^e. ^ ' ,In reply to Mr. Co.nybeare, he tle'ij-led;he had been convicted-, andiflned, fon; gamWliig'lin^'FelwKary-ahd^-ilfirqh^ but admitted being, so in Pe,ceniber,-; H�f gave his occupation'as; a farmer, with a faran twenty. miles north ;_of Taber. He acknowledged taking,part: in the stud poker games mentioned, but denlod'taking any .rake-off. - On' the night of.the raid, and onthe pre--vious occasion referred ;to; he. had quit a loser. He did nottell Deteetlve Kroning he wasthe game keeper. , Nothing is mora annoying to th&i Housekeeper than to accept eome^'i thing for her table '/Just as good" a6?'i''? the article she asks for, aijd then:' to' find that It. I9. a- ppor.jlmltatlpn.' fThls Is .im'arlably the caoe 'when' a dealer substltuteB anothefcitaa t'for'i! "SAL-ADk." Thl? is :*!wfe^t)et)auBe of-v thb larger, profltd othar-t^aliv^jiiow. The a'^used nexit took . - .11 The Great French Toni9. ..... .,...... Makes Men arid: Women-dtfoitB' -Mr. Higinbotham,V'^YW' Druggist, le the First to Iw-port this Into toihbrldge, Gst a Bottle and be Hiialihy., ' iSlhce the introduction of;'yi^'?>' -OROL Into Canada the sale ^iasi been phenomenal. VIQOROLS ii purely a tonic--it bulldsup thi.'' rua-dowtt system, creates a ne-vs;.; lease of lite/ Everybody'should;! take a tonic, � The:only (Jum:-} tionlsv^hat to fake; You caii'" rely upon yiGOROL. as one of the greatest; if; notvthe:greatear that man �ver.pr�sorU!e5i'JJverf drop of tlhia wonderful BYsnc 61 Tonlp contains life. 'Yours es, are toiifed up, to theiK proper; tesJ;i(^n.;.:Th'e �,tomaob and'bowl elfl are.riiade-healthy audatronJ :^hilc.: the kidneys.^ andsiirsji;. cleansed and put la'geoaf^wopjiw Irig order, ' tffla4aoh?8,''b"llJi)ut| nesB and ,.a^l. ..blp^d ;,JimOTritJn� are at once removsd: > Tnie''iilrln }>become� clear and healthy, yiG-QROHnsho"t will-ohaiigp voup jAvhole,,system itinklng ItT'piir'tf andi.:hea?tlliy trr 'niglubothawr typp drugglfir. vUJ .refund- joui! money if it faillij.' PriceiJlOaVa ;