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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1911 THE LETIIBUIIHJE DAILY HERALD n A THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block Are You Among the Early Buyers WHO HAVE PROFITED BY THE EXCEPTIONAL SAVINGS FEA- TURED IN THIS SPLENDID SALE OF EMDROIDERIES. WASH GOODS AND WHITE GOODS? If KOI, >tm s-J.oulU put asiik- aU obstacles urn! allcfid ivcek. ifc C.-VIT i for j siik- aU obstacles urn! mi arrt of sucb i iu-it we uu-J htci Prints and Ginghams are Remarkably Cheap 12ic AND QUALITIES THE VERY BEST OBTAINABLE .ill :-u'.uii, nafbabli1 -A assortment of Itelii. lad clivilis ;ilicl us we'll ;ir. all l NEW DIMITY w RAJAH SILK Ian iind FINE OXFOROS All IjMtcK- cr blut-s In also red anil blue' hi various abades. This Embroidery Sale the very best ever uiid liiFCrllons tu 27-iiK-H Floiinclnys Sx'jllPk ed or rufikJ edgt-E. Si. 00, yard, broidery, 15 Iiu-b. widths, worih up wortii i CosrCt L'ovtr an-J tlgings lo 1S widtbs; orth up lo 20 c-. 43 -in tli in btauti- fui deigns, worth up.lo NEWS OF DISTRICT Pit-lure UulU1. -Mta., .Ian. A da 1Kb wus liuiil .at school- iio'.isc January but lo the rold wci'.tlier only ;i sumll iiuni- vs-erc present. The neM dance is ai Tut'ker's. FislK-r mi to ttic Oil farm. .'Icgrtly lo town, intends iht ileligiiLs of farm lo oilier.--1. .John .lories is hii-k front Pacific Iriji iu the of a few ilnys. Tht; Ueeti Eiioiv renders tra ylow and irlitiome, very lU ;ml. cuiiii: to tliu intense cold. (le.-iire.'i to It wo'jM gicallv facilitate .communication it the jK'upSe would anil peti- lion Mr- 3lactln the. provincial for this psrt, to doliis after w.iich he Intends to acceiJt a stiltm v.'iUi K. is. Mr. P'o came to see this part of the ecu fall, and !us apparently co that Alberta is good enoug for iitni. Mr. MarJiifi'or Stirling was a bu ness visitor lu town yesterday. V. Ifunean made a IrljMo Lei share in siart'ing tlie service. It bridge on Tuesday nigbt. would jjrovc uilvahtagfO'JS. no doubt. I and .Mrs. J. T. McKay if Mr. u-o'.ilcl address :i niertim; entertained -a few 0; the lel.the people.knou- about it. rrlenda ovcutng. Mrs. Jl The HarrisTille Jootball tigers are claiimring for a match let be arrang- ed with some other school. A rather MILADI Edited INO" Phones Res.1115 Office 2224 Mr. Kterby, ot Medi .unday with i Mrs. T. Weir, of t'a ns a few Mih Fouilh .Ate. Hat, spent St. Cyprian's twiifrniaiion :i t-ily. IviiUdren meets Thursday ai J o'clock at the rettory ancl at 7 o'clock Is Thursilay evening for young men. C. t St. Andrew's Cltristian KnJeaver r iwill loM a social evc-nlcg tomorrow Mrs. J. B. Yv'alkor tan called night at the church, ami all are cord- o Calgary on accouut .illness Mally of her sister, -Mrs. Cuop-rr. I T M. Mary's Men's Society bold Miss Lucy UasvUt-u, ivlio imderuont a drive in St. .Mary's jiarieli hall .11 operation at Hie Hospital thtsjun Monday, I'tbruary lOili. will riorntcg, IB doEni: null.- ;.s :is ran tip tho Inct nnn until aff PT Lent. >e expected. "Tlio Perils thai Threaten our Na- Mns. A, M. Latterly and Miss Mar- tlon" will be the topic taken by Mr. cella Lafferty, 411 Sixth St. S.. will-A. J. Irving at tonight's icefctlng ol receive on Wednesday from four to, the tin luster Guild of Knox six for tho first in j Church. Mrs. BJenuar-lfaErou aud Mrs. Mc-j a tonic ot vital In- Corvlo will receive on Wednesday aC- ic-rest will be discussed al Ihe Wo- ternoou at tho Jionif: uf the Conner, r men's Home Missionary Society meet- 1214 Fifth Ave. S.. for first lime ling at Knox Church ou Wednesday ai Hits season. p.m. tneuiuers are urged to If. Mies Aiiien, of Ncnii Uakotn, ar-i rlvoa tomorrow to ihe with Sire. U. Uaker, Ia05 Sixth Ave. S. r-ttibbom team ''has been j lately ami a Ratnc with other team would no Jnubt prove very in- tcresling- Auynne desirous of accepl- iiig Uie challenge u-Ul do lo corn- Kay, who Is an accomplished pianist, excelled herself at the while Hone and Mr. J tlliny J munjcate with J. Kenaml, Gaids- inleaE- ton ArrauaemfnU co-jU'lje made to We suf( __ _ ...JAl-i quitO. Thirty-hi X dcaiec's; yelon zuro is tbe rnMeal--Oils district has had yel. J Dayton, .Jan. the '-'h'.i. with degrees en tlie contin-jo to be Ihe chief product, oftho There is irassibllUv tiial enough j forms In this district, and the increase snow ulll mtU into the ground to ren- the number being raised is hnrhiii-ivorK-.tasy and. n good able. .The farmers tbat they l-loiighliis at-asoa. aro the best money-makers. Nearly Mvti. Hartley has ay.nin her j every farmer in tho district is goliis; nuilvitlcs in roniu-aiciii vsiVi the rarmlng as fast as posfi- j and Jiogs seem to bring the fiuick- Mr. and Mrf. ll.inrv urc vlnUoiu at cst roturn for inonoy Invested, so that tlio T. hOiiiestc-ftd; Ilaiu-y of Montana. .lias lull 'Eir.illi. "Thora." "My A in LMessrs. Kd ns rendered re- and ar end Done j Tiie Auditorium Club. CJ.l.A. tu lite U. of L. K., have invitations lo j a dance lo be held in the Knights of Pyiirins hall on Tuesday, February 10. Rev. A, G. Cameron, vsbo is at Har- rison Hot Springe ou sick leave, IB re- cuperating slowly, ami bis leave from duty at" Knox Church bas tieen ex- tended to six -j Mrs. J. Fourth Ave., IB entertaining at afternoon tea from three to Bis oo Thursday afternoon, In connection with the Ladles' Altar Society of St. Patrick's Church, ami she cordially Invites all interested. 'he social function to be put on in :he 3. O.-E. hall tomorrow evening by amused tho guests 'with comic songs, anil Dr. Dutch'rcctUitlous niadc tho rock with mirth. RAILWAY COMMISSION ISSUES IMPORTANT ORDER AF- FECTING WESTERN Miss j [t secmsiprobable Mint thcywKl be the main anlmdl on tho farm, at least uti- ihe sunny i til tho are in a .Ian. .Allure, the1 al the line, siistaiccd a tmimul isiji'iy boinr acn oil I.is horse and had tvai ribs Ijroken able IL> he expensive livestock In j their pastures and feeding ven's. in j spite of the sjdendfd crops of the [past i year, giving the farmers an oiinortun- lo their grain .it a fairly good profit, tbe le.ining is toward tbe livu- Industry, anil of feed ivas for tbls The b.iiVot at stii-.til -Inn. pru'.al to he a sactcs.s. foiisiilrring Inv.' tompoiaturi' anrl Ihe nnrlh ivir.ft 'Aliiih Ciihlfil tt> rtiscomfort the- iiroi'lft Uancc was just J. Wliltosci rtcontly shijippj a car- load of the best porkers that have ever left this district, to the Swill Co., nt Edmonton. Mr.-Whitest ia an earnest ndvocatc of Ifie-hng'industry, provided sufficient rnro and.attention Is given. Jlfs method of raiding them conplpts in running: them on a patch of rape all summer, closing them np in tho fall, anil feeding chiefly on ground barley In thus having tho feed continuously them. Our simmicr uc'.ilhcr has finali> kit j Thta metHorl gives tho lio? nil it can us Fiiday proved tt) be cat, and p.t the ranie lime eliminates itiir sjirll this winter, nny 'inrrcuty a.'i bolow. j Wesley Ladles1 Aid will be held in i the Ladies1 Parlor, WeFley Hall, at lliree o'tlcck on' Wednesday. TMs Is [an Important meeting, and all the la- A farewell social to Miss Udy will be held In Knox Church ou Thursday evening: under thft auspices of the W- C. T. U. Hocorary members and husbands ihe members are kindly asked to at-cept-this notice as an in- vitation. 4 St. Cyprian's congregailon will en- joy an "At Homo" in the Fleelurootl school on Wednesday evening. Every effort'is being [nit forth to mafce this social evening very enjoyable, and all members and adherents of the con- gregation are cordially invited.. tlie.Lclhbrldge Amateur Dramatic Sc- clety, promised to be a rare treal. As I Tomorrow evening there will concert in, the Avenue many possible are asked lo Le p possib reEcnj, hal{ at eight this evening to" in' decorating, etc. Clubs and Societies- The St. Ang- Church row afternoon. ill not meet- tomor- Wesley League will meet this even- ing, when-air young people are cord- ially t A business meeting of the teachers and officers of Knox Sunday School will be held Sn tbe vestry on Wednes- day evening at. o'clock. Baptist Church under the auspices ol the choir. The following artists will take part: Mrs. Little, the Slitt. Hendrie, -McYicar, Martin, Simm and MCESIE. A. E. MacQougan, H. G. Kllner, A. E. Janlc. Pctls, Stott, Irv- ing and Master Arthur Roberts. Mrs, Bryan will be the accompanist, Her. T..Rees, of Mlrfleld. who delivered sucli splendid ar.d elo Quent addresses yesterday In UIQ three Anglican churches, will address meetings for aH church people of the city in St. Cyprian's Church at S o'clock tonight and tomorrow night. Tomorrow afternoon at 3.30 in SU Augustin's Ohiirch he win address a meeting for women. p is jilanti ;orll) whcllipr :m or a The latter lo be- rhokc of thn nia- rk l-'rost has liccn kept busy ever llie a season arc verv busy is liow lying a ftiol deep .Mc. vJiusc jjc'tiuil px- pitcd at Christmas. while li-Aftu'iig at 'I'niigh Cicctf school district, hay ac1- i rptC'J a posilion nt Mr. Cook's resi- Mnriy' pcopln in lliis arc very "anxious tliO Iclpplinne sor- to h'c'CAtfnflci! lliis iliieclion. .U prcscnl, ,ilic Irirphnnc con- iiocf ion is This distance -it very lucniivcnirnt JOE any Sundays Sermon spoilt by Coughing -A dweof-MMliien'svSyrnp Mr. Irwiu, of- ihc Swift {'.inarilan 'be fore leaviag fur tlmrcli.will