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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta / Monday, April 28,1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD CLARKE & CO. The Ladies* Store Phon6 453 Acadia Block Great Bargains For TUESDAY HAS BEOOMB A DAY BAGBRLY LOOKED FORWARD TO BY THE ECONOMICAi; WOMEN OF THIS CITY WHO HAVE PROWTKD'BY THBfl EXCEPTIONAL SAVINGS OP .Otr|l. NOW WELL ESTABLISHED TUESDAY BARGAIN DAY.. Tomorrow la to be a decided exception to this i|uIo IptHat It will offer the greatest range of choice, together with the biggest savings yet announced for a Tuesday Bargain Day, Including all the Splendid vallues already announced for our mld-�eason clearance sale, together with a score of bargain lots from every other section of the store, specially chosen for this Tuesday Bargain Day, by reason of their excellent qualities, suitability 20 present needs and absolutely unbeatable prices' which aremarl  Mr. and Mrs. H, Pearson, of Vancouver, Washingtoni . are the guests, of their son, Wm.' S.: Pearson, at *J5 13th street north. They are accompanied by their daughter and son-ln-law, Mr. and: Mrs. Fred Hostetter, also of Vancouver,: am} Will spend the next few weeks in the city before returning to their liom'e. .  �,�.�, Miss Mitchell, who-'has been visiting with her brother, Mr. S. B. Mlt-oholl, left for hor home in Toronto today. > . ' Mrs. P. Ininan -pleasantly entertained her Sunday school class at her home,, 957 Eighth Sti, S., on Saturday afternoon. Games of various kinds amused the little guests, who included Ruth .' Broad, . Isabel Robbins, Grace Robbins, Violet Beaton, Dena . Huff, JBva Huff,. Elva Huifj. Edith Reid, Margaret, Beach, Hazel Marshall, Zera i,Dunswqrth, Thelma Wood and F^uth Inman, ' Mrs. R. Bailey and Mrs. HuE, asr sisted the hostess at thij.tea.hour, when an mvitiug menu ^was served, Clarence Virtue,'the son; of Mr, and Mrs. W. R. Virtue, jentertained at a bright little party qn Saturday afternoon ill honor of his tenth birthday. The children spent a jolly time in play, after. Which, a � delectable menu Avas served, the .hostess being assisted by Miss Kathleen Virtue and Miss Francis "Virtue. The tea-table was efteotive with ferns and hyacinths and the p.i'ettily decorated birthday cake. . Thoiso bidden were Winnard Ford, Eckland Kaako, Mclvm Reid,.Archie Cameron, Winyard Evans, Rollio -Evans, Donald Marshall, Willie Marshall, Charles Noursc, Glen Lath-rop, Btfinklo Dawson and Wallace Adams. ' ' Miss' Ethel'Atldy, '.isyhoae marriiige to Mr.' Tangyo, of-.-Kgotb^y,' "will" shdrtly be,celehrat?d,'; was the honor guest, of' 8 � miscellaneous shower, of which Mra,''*R! J.'Gordon was hostess'ori' fe'i^iufday'ttftbtnooh, 'Several guessing*'eiSai^stii^-�iVrovidbd,': :; nmuse-ment^for^^ Were pr6 Mr. D. A. McMillan, of Medicine Hat, was r. week-end visitiJp.at his home in this city. �  . Mrs. .1. Blair, who was a guest with Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Sick, returned to her home in Edmonton, on Saturday.  . �  '  M.0ODi*^WAT8ON''- 'v" On Friday evening'tlie wedding was solemnized of Miss Helen Campbell Waitsonto Mr. Rob^ait'Tayloc Moody, at 195 Ninth avenue *Nortb,;,byib,e Rev. A.'C. "vfatsaii; inithe' preiijn'ce of fifty guest's. .;The bride t�.* � ^fijjfUter. of Alrsi'lsahella W^tjson,;S(}otmdi MASOlii-^bARlilNG^ � A very- pretty wedding was': solemnized at St. 'Mary's-Qlitirchi'^t;eight o'clock,, on Saturdayiiev.enln^'-ibyt-.the Ri?iv. C. ,H. Pdphfraj'w.hencMary^vA*;; nes barlingahd^'John .Alfred'?J^d�o^^ were joinedv^together'ln;!liol:^.._'^p.trt' mony.,;.Tha.ibriderwas given^a^ay'tojci her uncle,. MT. J. B. Alla7irV'T%; groom w^.-attend'ed- by.-MTi'^TiyHo'k' land and the bridesmaid was*'Miss' Nelly Darling, sister 'of the brldc". 'After the ceremony, the wedding dln,^ ner. was served at the bride's home.!. The bride was the recipient of many: handsome gifts, among which was'a; case of desert knives and forks from' the teachers of St. Mary's Sunday school, aiid a cut glass bowl from; thQ, office staff of the BlllBon Milling Co., Mr. and Mrs. Mason wlllresidej in the: city. . ' CLUBS AND SOCIETIES 61 , , .ih?' vobal JoIqs by MiB9 tforisitf^ dfouiig, a reading by Miss E,t)\el|aMetJ]J6^a4d instrunient-als by Ml'C./V^a^dJngtoi) J'.'were os;-c�tedingly/Blqas';ng.L//,f .' ' ' The bride-to-be )vas 'the recipient of many handsome gifts,; which she BUit3,bly acknowledgedi- Tha Ladles Aid of Knox Church will meet at thi-ee o'clock on Thursday afternoon. The Woman's Auxiliary of SI;. Aug: ualln's Church will meet at. three-thirty tomorrow afiternoon. . - . � � .� ' Prayer meeting and tdacher's conference win be held in Westminster Church on, Thursday evening. ' �.  '� *� � The teachers and officera-of St. Andre's Sunday school will meet in the church at eight o'clock itonigh't.    On Tuesday evening; the menibera of the' basketball teams of Westmin--ster school win meet for practice, i A special meeting bf St. Audresv'S; Ladies' Aid will bgi held this evening^ at eight o'clock at the home of Mrs. Patching. '  � * The Young Ladies club of Westminster Church will meet tonight, �vyhen Mise Susie Simm, vice-presid-snt of the Social department, will ))�&: in 'charge. , / . /' .  'Rev. 'A.. C. Bryaii/wllit falcff the.-t'oRlo-'Missions .iln-.-Sunny-'A-l:bePtft,*KA'afc.St. Andr'ew's Ohrlstlfin Bndeayorfmeet-ing>;tombi;r&w.-:night,.,," V' '� ' . \ * * # - 1^^^ octiuple^ th& position flic totty 'lostly reauesbed, to attend a cop,gregf[(vJye�ifci/� ev�ning has:! been: postponed, and next Monday the. Closing meeting 61 the season ,iiyl^^be,held, s; 0. E., Attohtl'on! � Arausbmeifts in. ^thje' w^y, of c^rds, checkers, boyllng,pdto,i.'ijfjllli'be'In order'at .the-hall oh'mdiSeA^(ij; liaxt, Apj'ii; 30'. All' memfiei's- ln-terest�d, kfndly attend at 8. p.i^, 4^5 Net Wash Suits For Ladies Smart, Distinctive, and Exclusive Styles, Extremely Sierviceable, and are Remarkably Reasonably Priced IT IS SMALL WONDER that the new Wash Suits are meeting with . such a cordial reception by ladies who appreciate stylish and serviceable garjnents, especially when they niay be obtained at the remarkably low prices we are quoting Tliey are made of Horrocks' fine English Repps, Scotch Chambrays, Brown Hollands and'Linens or Indian Head, in tan, cadet, white, etc. Coats mostiyin Norfolk style with belt attachecS- 'sklrts' In plain tailored effects. Complete range of Ladles' and Misses' sizes, at 'J^ ^'f Make your selections while the range is complete. ' ' The New Linen Coats, too, merit your attention For driving, for motoring or for street wear, the long linen coat bids fair to be more popular this season than ever. We are now showing some very smart inodels in Linens and Repps, both In full length and % or Johnnie Coats-all representative of the latest word in style as at present worn in all the formost fashion centres. Prices from $4.50 to .$10.50 Special Price Concessions on Ladies'Spring Suits of Ladles' Tailored 117.95 For this week we ore .putting ori Sale two special' lines Spring Suits in the new Tweeds, Serges; and 'WTiipcords. Lot No. 1, 120,00 values for lot IS^o. 2, 125.00 values- for .1 heMErvlBER "HUDSON'S BAY TREE PLANTING DAY" FRIDAY, MAY 9th. Al' ? Division of .thft'^^.N.W.M.P.,' ? ? has received, official .notifica-. ? tion of his promotion,: to a su- >: perimtenidency. The'' notice-i ? ? , contains no intimation as to. ? where IJr. West .'will.;ibest^-' ? ? ? ? ? > tarifl revision to s a reading of the measure under the iflve. minute rule beginning toi?i'orr?U rig .great 'wealth to, oontrib'ute its f^lr shaVe toward paying the gdvprm^nt expenses." Rainey said he Hn?* oE no swollen fortjine whlch'*had .been ifaajle possijilei by,the favors pt government 'Wd itfeab;ii^roiectlve-tarJ.Rtc'dntwre%'.\j^^^ protected'interests tjie iflglit'not jpn^' Iv ?t'o 'low taxes but .^iS^-'cnlleott and: ROYALTY INTERVIEW GIRLS AND FIND OUT THAT WORKING' IN POTTERIES IS NOT PLEASANT OCCUPATION ' - London, .April 28.-For the most part of i.ast weelr, the King a^d Queen were at Crewe Hall, the guests of Lord and XAdy Crewe, making a hustling tour of the Potteries, and came in close touch wlit'h the working people.  J The Royal party was small. It in", eluded Ivord Stamfordham, lady Ber,tha Dawlsins, the Duke of" West' minstei-, the Duchess of Sutherland, Lord' Folkestone, Lady Wolverton, Lord and Lady Dartmouth, Lord and Lady Ingestre, Ijord and L.ady Ohol-mondeley, and Mr. and, Mrs. Lewis Harcourt.. . ' ! Going the found^ of the Potteries,: the King and Queen- enjoyed them-Bielves thoroughly, the. Queen i intar,-estlng lierBell espeodally in tthe'glrl' workers. "Donf you find it tlr)ug?"i .'the; Queen' asked. � ' "We don't like it," was the simple reply.  The King and Queem had many.^^m-,i: using experiences, laughing and .S^^ Cross,' William Gro�8,.< Herbert- Boglo< "j^ and Sel^jy Bogie, criminally veBpQnij.4}h BiWc for the death ot Prank, Croa'�;'-.s;?j who -ffas killed hora on Aipril .Mr/,.,*'^ Thd^evidence; brought. out''afe;,ihiei',corsJ:,ffi|S oner's Inquest showed that^al^'�.h'9;dj4B;&� ibeen,-; drinking, and, ,tliat, tightlng'...lijici;r�a restated In' whjch' Franfc'' Grofl�t\'�ft�l|�fi# -Herbert Bogie had taken;;part*;;M oal^ examination- failed. .to.-^ow^ite|iO!Bsa^^^^^^^^ ot llquori'ln mnki ,Cr08^.!!BJ�mftqh?ys|!S!| In memoi-y of Sir Jphn. Woore,-^hp/-f�l� waa kiiled .Iw th.a ^cmr^Qtjictov^^^f^f' Corunpa 'in, !l8Q.9, "fl^d;^other. pftiQers' .,^, and men ot the 3?.flt''?'oot^ now the let' i'4 "Jrcrkshlre hieH < latantfy, a tablet' was unveiled by Gen.^'ral Wynne In York Mtnsler. , - ..........4  FOR SALE op.TRADE Two .single dlt)e, 10 ft. Massey* Harris Drills. ' * T. W, DIKE Coaldale. ' Ph9ne R. 71S aut0m9bi.lh livery'^ Our Rate* are \R(|9son|ible, j:W.BOULtOPi;- � ; �HONE Matin's 7414 ;