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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Friday, February 5, 1910, im- w The Standard Furniture Co. our I Only 8 days more a big 25 per cent Discount i I 324 CRABB STREET Opp. the Herald Office 3 Doors South Sank of Montreal I believe in shorter time than you im- agine you will have local option in Ontario and on a firm and irremov- able basis. The question, Sir James assured the delegation, was under consideration. LADY JOURNALIST POISONED HRSELF London, Feb. Miss Annesley Kenealy, a woman journalist, is lying dangerously ill in St. Bartholomew's hospital from poison which, it is said, she took yesterday afternoon in the ottice of the London Daily Mail. She the Sabbath Day holy. Canada has never had the infamous divorce court. Cauada will abolish the rum shop in this day and generation. Cauada will be the beacon light of the world. Part of the hotelkeeper's business is keeping a lodging house. Bigoted tem- perance people who boycott the rooms and dining room of the hotel only put a club in the hands of the saloon man. We do not have to sleep on the bar. God never boycotted the sinner; Jesus boycotted the sin but died for the sin- ner. What ought to happen in Lethbridge is this: "The saloon and the hotel with a bar under the same roof ought to be abolished." "In the providence of God what ought to happen will hap- pen." In defence of this statement the speaker referred to the abolition of slavery In the last century and prophe- sied the prohibition of the liquor traf- fic in this century. Alberta is going dry- Lethbridge is ;oing dry. The time is coming in this day and generation when the licensed bar is going to be abolished. Christ it king and the saloon must die. This is God's world not the devil's. God is not dead. Two hundred years ago a man could get drunk for a cent, George- Washington allowed his gardener ex- tra holidays to get drunk. But Presi- dent Taft said, "During my administra- tion I will practice total abstinence." The policy of the railways to-day rep- resents a higher standard of temper- ance than even the churches. Over three hundred cities in the Unit ed States have abolished the open bar. They have more people at large and less in the penitentiaries. Lethbridge is going dry, too. May God speed the day. The spirit of God is here if we are willing to receive it." is a sister of Alexander Kenealy, edi- tor of the Daily Mirror. Miss Kenealy recently brought an action against the Daily Mail for al leged wrongful dismissal from {he staff of that, paper but was unsuc- cessful. I i I I At Simpson s A STORE FULL OF NEW THINGS We are pleased to annourice to the ladies of the city and surrounding country that the New Spring Goods are here, and we wilt take pleasure in showing the latest colorings and patterns in Pine Wool Dress Goods, Foulard Silks, Ea- jah Silks. Mercerized Suitings, Bengaline Suitings, Cotton Eeps and Tussore Suitings. BEST ENGLISH FAST DYE PRINTS. FINE ENGLISH ZEPHYRS GINGHAMS AND CHAMBRAYS. Bleached Linen Waistings from 30c to 75c yd. The most up-to-date House Furnishings Novelty Lace Curtains, Madras and Stencilled Scrim Win- dow Draping. and Insertions on Swiss Muslin, Nainsook and end- less variety. Silk Blk. and Colored Embroidered, Lisle Thread Embroidered. Lace and Plain. Cashmere Plain or Embroidered. KID quality kid gloves in colors, tan. brown, grey, fawn, white and black. Each pair guaranteed. Per pair Come and look through the stock and compare our prices with any. You'll find ours lowest, Mail orders will receive prompt attention. Samples mailed for the asking. 3011 MISSES' SEMI-PRINCESS DRESS Paris Pattern No. 3011 All Seams Allowed Dotted foulara nas bee.n used for the development of this stylish frock. The long-waisted body portion is cut slight- ly pointed at its lower edge and to this is gathered the full skirt portion, which is finished with, a simple hem the tops of the sleeves are made in cap effect, the full puff finished with a wristband of embroidery; similar em- broidery being used for the removable chemisette. The pattern is in four to 17 years. For a miss of 15 years the dress requires 81-4 yards of material 20 inches wide, 7 1-4 yards i.4 inches wide. 61-4 yards 27 inches wide, 4 7-8 yards 36 inches wide, or 4 yards 42 inches wide; as illustrated, 3-4 yard of braided net 20 inches wide for chemisette and cuffs. Price 'of Pattern, 10 cents. 1 I I Si STREET impson Limited---------- C O; LETHBRIDGE LADIES' DRESSING SACK Paris Pattern No. 2716 All Seams Allowed This simplo little dressing sack 1s semi-fitted and developed in light blue, pink, or white Canton flannel. The wide turn-down collar, front and edges of the turn-'back cnfs are bound with black satin ribbon, tanless the jacket is in white, in which case the ribbon should be of some bright-color. A pret- ty effect is gained by making the jack- et of cream colored cashmere or chal lis, lining it with some light-colored China silk and using bright colored riuuon for binding. "The pattern if in eight to -vt> inches, bus! measure. For 36 bust thb sack requir cs 4 1-2 yards of material 20 inches wide, 31-2 yards 27 inches wide, 21-2 yards 36 inches wide, or 2 1-8 yards 42 inches wide; as illustrated, 3-8 yard o satin 20 inches vide, Price of Pattern, 10 cents. LADIES' BLOUSES Just Arrived Direct from the best manufacturers. Our Sprino- assort- ment the most superb ever shown in Alberta, in mull, lawn, ginghams, vostings and muslins. In every con- ceivable style. Prices to suit all from to Jg each. LADIES' MULL DRESSES. A large range In pink, skye blue, mauve, white and black. In Princess, semi-Princess and Empire effect. Prices to LADIES' LINEN AND KEPP SUITS In a great the leading colors, and latest styles, Each Ladies' White Linen Skirts Strictly tailored Prices to The same in kilt 'designs, and fine quality. MEN'S CLOTHING, UNDERWEAR AND SHIRTS. Special Sale MEN'S BLUE SEECIE tailored in the Ugliest grade serge. Eegular price Now MEN'S DOUBLE BREASTED TWEED dark brown stripe, finely tailored in latest style. Regular Now MEN'S SINGLE BREASTED TWEED light grev check pattern. Our best suit, Regular MEN'S DARK WORSTED breasted in stripe pattern. Regular A BIG SNAP IN OUR light and dark tweeds in single and double breasted styles. Only a few left DARK WORKING- all sizes. Regular prices from 112.50 to 818.0Q are selling now AT COST PRICE "while they last. WE ARE OFFERING SPECIAL BARGAINS IN ALL OUR Our regular negligee shirt, Pleated Shirts, and now going at-----.. We have a fine display of colored shirts in plain striped and fancy patterns. Regular and NoW at r..