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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta A Fresh Lot of Navel Oranjifes-Swcci anj juicy, per do/. ......^;25�, 40py r^0j'6|[|^^- Choice .Eating Apples-Per'box--1^ MH^- ' PHONE 816., N 4 Vv^Sttccoaort teXraddock & Vii^ar " ^ , TWILIGHT. CHAT , t It iB to-De remarked that in pw our '�iUanadlBii. cities there Is un Increasing � ..interof^.'^'in,-. the jJlte et . ^frls, . who. ' throui|h-?.oU;c�mBtai^cci4^ liav'o 'aUoptcti' me lire bt a ^bifsJiiess 'gllj. , While' ft 'Alsi^Jilghly dosiroble that most^ girls BBpuliltlead the happy and;prot^ct�a :Jire in the parental Jiome, it is not to iiheldenletisthatimawy girls tind it imr rfpoBBlblfc to doi, thin, and must tind a l�itce;sambfnB ;the- 'wa;ge-ea � It -\VOifld /lo.an Ideal state of aUalrs it : .:C>rlBryj girl; couui llnd employment an�V i.lWlter?lni!?liBrl.iown '^ome; and never' i>o^ obliged tojfaco the world. Howov^ yieViJiVovmuatideal with tacts m this wirW orevery''dny''toll,'ttndfit is uae-: -lesB'itOi'depIol'e'tCOiirtlf.lonB: which -have � tn^tr/advantages as � well as--their Uia-attvantages ' ' ' ' ' '� ^rhe^'jiBftst'' redent' development; iji'' .'cohnectioif,with: the ibuamess glrl'sillte ;^ ^a.vtbe'eBtabllBUmcnt ot women's hiite'ls . ori?bbar41ng;-ho�S��B, In �which therglrls maj; find "more ol tjie "honip" atmoa--tvphjereithAn'is atfordert in the ordinar.v :' ,ciiiBap?*oairdlns house."  The Y. W. O. .iAiJ^ilsiXiOndncted in most ol'oiir cities,^ flWiB most derivable UiBtitiiUon, but it i?annotmeet:,t,be; demands ; Uicrea�e!;fh. Jcmi^lrio workers.; /,X)ie ayjsrageoiieapjb^FdingihouB^;Is about as'dreary an abode aa may be imag-ined.i^ JUBt ^why, Itls, .we�, cannot say., J>irtith�Hradltlonal"clty''fandla:et been seen, where ^uslnesft. glrYs'mayj Have good tare, and. lodging.-Canadian' Homo ipwrnai, ' . , . , ' THROUOH THE EDITORS, �YE ;Th'e;|[ljl;Who,la compelled to change 'iii�V^location' and boarding house -fre-qn�Satiy'"iftncts'It" essential to~her "hap- ----^-(-j, ,^�,,sj.ciiiiA..�n, moving, "^.tA the'' sArx^e^ftCfr'Ati^ de-'^irable 'tliiit''the''det?pra(^lW^^^ be ot sucii a nature th{(,f'^Uie^.'4^J>ll^make arreapectabJeJi8howing!^fi|iy|ltijcom to for tiie loom'^or ^'yoiing girl and a^^i-'zest and animation" to^tlte general at/pear-andc of'the,, boudoir. Also, in ^heir ravor,,pt�ters)CpnBume practicallj^ no loom-, in^' the,.,p^roce8s ot paclcing i-'notograpli8iare*(wiother feature lhat; in' addttjoff ^'occupying little space, are a j-great,^factor in promoting a nom'eiiice,'and,rcheeitul appearance and spii It -Mn /the,f room. Oriental tapes-tiles make up ii decoration that can be transported^-with little difficulty and QvpenseJ^ ibut* heverthel'eBS lend a decided;*alr^o|.,cqiy luxury to ^the bed-loom.'^'iiYanied i)litures aiid bric-a-brac are among^ithc many: fragile and breakable; tbing^ito ibe avoided in ,-tbe lists ofs^ecVration of girls who move iieciiientliy^'^^j^^ ^^'i'^ ^ / 'taibourjtk^^ to a room if'ttfe^aniateuWrurnlsher wishes -to ivDldtiie{il8ki^W, Expense of ebipplng t Is .piacUoali�oibuy__a^new^one at little cost in each'loetfiityt * " As the vfuralBhingS' and!:decoratlonB Of a room ;T>iay a'large part in making upwthev happineaa' and' cont�itr; ment'of the occupant; it'ls miadlrect edF^conomystlntvone8elt:any:vmore than necessary on: these lineB."., , ; " Other essentials .to ^the aibeolute coinfort of a girl in vher room*^ are a comrortabie .chair, a table for her books and magazines; work basket and a good lamp, a warm pair.-of bedroom aiippers and a cozy kimono. Of course a girl who changes her location frequently cannot take a ball which will b� held on ManA�y'wmXng in the K. of 1'.' hall. The patronesBos are Mca-daraca Douglas and Barclay, and Misses Simm, Murray and ' Ne^in.' They will be assisted in .receiving and introducing the guests by Messrs. Hughes, McMorran, Llttlehares, Shov-er, Rhodes and Jams. > ' ! Tb� marriage is announced In Lima, Peru,' of Sidney Hill, formerly of Saltcoats, ,�aBk., to Mtas^ Irma Valencia Ht. Quairlere, only daughter of Major and Madame St. Quairlere, military attache to the Belgian legation at Uma. Peru., Mr. Hill followed the newspaper profession^: in >' Western Canada and began^hls career In this line at Saltcoats. He, also lived In Neepawa, 'where 'hf^' watf Connected with the'NeepawaPresefor some time. " f 'f ' 1 " Mr. and Mrs.'J. NV Ritchie' had bidden a score ot guest�,who were g^ing J submit the coastitutlon. which :aftfer wlil appear at'8145 this cvenmg' CLUB8-AND' SOCIETIES . The Baptist^Voun^^eople's Union win hold'a:devotional meeting in the school, room ^Monday evening at eigbt O'clock. ' - "The Art'Needle Work Club will meet Monday;afternoon,with Mrs. Roy, whoj iB/resIdlngywIthfeMrs, Batrd, 505 Ash-mead 8treetJ*Aurlng; the winter. The mem'berii of.the Y. W. C. T, U are'planning'a social and muaicale for Tuesday eveningivto be held in .the "Y" residence''at eight o'clock. ' All the young ^peopleo of the city are: invited to atiendf ' ' i  . About forty former American clti-sicna nowir^reaiiUug in l>thbrldge ^attended the meeting held in tbe:TvJM. C. A. last:night... E. M.- Thomassonj chairman of: the organization: committee, opened the meeting,, and .suggested that a temporary chairman he elected; T. a. MackeiLKifthen presided';.Md called upon'liJ.,sC Elton to read and Mj.* h -: limis are m nf^ou phone us ainrfai order : HiU Block to attend the "Stubborn ^Cinderella': performance.at'the MajeBtic.lasteven-Ing to a little, supperiSarty?.ii^^oed.fin honor of Afrs. Paddon, after ^e play So Instead > of staying;^ atfihome and missing both events the/guests arrived early- In the evening: and>enjoyed a Jolly little hop 'untlUa'.Ute bOur, Wben a dainty buffet supper was served.' from : the prettily arranged table, .whlch'-was laid with lace dolllea and ^beautified .with a shower of lovely pink and white caqiations. ^ 'Mesdames Hick, Brodle and "Voung-huBbandW(Bre the hostesses at a large aqd .extremely pretty card party in the KnighU of Pythias hall last evening; -About ^ eighty-five friends responded to the hostesacs' invitation, and several merry,games of "500" were played at the card tables during the early part of the evening. The many, card tables .used were arranged ih a circle aroulid the. room. Lounging chairs, cosy corners, "sitting out" npoks added a homelike^ appoarance| prian's church will hold a pasjitry sale a short discussion was adopted^i^The organization: win >be known : as ithe Canadian-Amerlflxn Club and anyone Who has resided-in ;the United :^SUtes for five years'imay presents their names for memberBhip. Officers were elected as follows: A. C. Price, president; Miss Ednia Hatch, vice ipresi-dent; Mrs. ;D.^'�l. Elton;V secretary, treasurer. 'The'aniinal membefohip fee has hcen placed it |l.od Tlje executive committee is composed of Mesdames Thomasson'and A. V. � *�! � ^" ���^e � remaining three days WWle^ here, ^opportunity of Judging before joining Mrs " Hyslop will address a public """""*" "llTMHOUeHITME EDITOR'S EYES The "story hour", tor'children"^ In ceruin of the iiublic libraries In Xoi^t and ciUes .throughout Cana^-fs jProv ing'� great nccmf TTo leather,-to^ lether children and-toytell fheni'the be accompUshed fort the ^grbwtt agination, and ll'terat,ure''jff'a..'*iroung country. It makes the.mystlc^uc ol fire-which I have heard .used to �e thc.dOldren's In ihe''gDld^n,"pre-i^tor-icl|^iri'i>d|i]�fbre'Cli^'i�;^^ ^^^^^Ml gtoamlng-rr� ven slloday-ssmall are huddled close together land^ big eyes grow wider whitel� grojv'n, up I>eraon tells about Knighta^ditVlctors uid lovely ladles^ and fairy people''cof long ago. In I^ethbrldge the "grownups" are not even blessed with the meeting in Wesley.,church- ' ^. The young lailles of Wesley Sunday scboo) class -tfill :meet tomorrow sti 3 o'clock in' the' Sunday school room of Wesley church." ^ class has'.]onIyi ;beeii. ireceatly organized and Its mam endeavor ,\i^ of our public B'-hools i ould be aeouftk v, for an hour each. Saturday moijilurl and It would he au ea#:skatt�r to, find enough m itrons or >6iin'R'womaa} who wouid-e^^cb be miiung to leli char.,-] litUe''folkal,.a''dior> and amuae theSi. once during;the .eaaon We aM.BOt, behind\other/'l> appreciated b:j, them. Mf-'anyo"'* i** dfairous^ot an'K.; addlUonalJnfoiraaiion I should bt,Tcr/.j glad^'to, assist't hem. V .N. Y.'HOMOCIDE TOTAL GllOWf to the^ room .wnich^ was fuither beautified with numerouB Jardlnfors lioldr ing palms and ferns and large pink and white chrysanthemiims. At supper, time a dollclohs menu was served at the card tables, then the vugs were rolled away, the tables folded; up and the remainder of the evening spent dancing to Mr. Need's spirited music. �Mr8. Lafferty won the gaifne tavoi-, a dainty hand painted bon bon dish (n the card conteat, and 'V. R. Davidson was awarded a bON of choice cigars tor holding the, mens' nighcst score. Mrs. H. 11. Gay was consoled with a pretty little framed etching aud Mr. Smltb was given one also. Upon the unique little score cards appeared clever etchings. � � " * While there haa been no confirmation of the rumor, society is much in-' terest,od in the report coming from London that Mrs. Ava Astor is engaged to William Lehman Ashmead Bart-; lett-Burdett Coutta, a member of parliament, a writer, a phllantroplst, an* formerly the husband of Baroness Bur-dett-Coutta, who left him a large for-' tune. Mr. Burdett-Coutts was born in the united States. His father was Ellis BarUett, of Plymouth, Mass., and his mother was a clau�hter of John Kllng Ashmead of- Philadelphia. Thirty yenra .ago, then aged 30, he married Baroness JBui'dett-Coutte and assumed her name. * � � TJic.many matrons who wei'fc re- anri lea on TU'-.'sday aft-erno^lh at the ' home of Mrs. 0. -A.. Simpson, 820 Coiirtland .strret', between the hours ot, three and .seven o'clock.  *  At yesterday a[tcnioon's, njeetinR of tha.W C.T.r. the members planned to hold a m-mtion at the iioine of (lie president. Mr.s. A. L l^ostrr. on February I/tii The Dominion W C. T tl Organizir, Mrs. Hyslop; who has many friend.s in Lcthbridgc,. i.s expected'to pay the local union a visit, ai'- SUBSTITUTE FOR iOSWBKO'S HERPI-CIDE "SOMETHING JUST AS GOOD" A discovery can lie made but once. After that nl! similar acts become emulation, imitation or an attempt at BUbstltutlon. \ Newbro's Horpicide is a discovery. It was the ririji remedy ever given to science to kill the dandruff germ. Other preparations have since been offered to the p.ubllc, some, similar in appearnnoe, some in odor, but all brihging the darlns promise of doiiifi the -tsame things that lierplcide has been doing for years. , v , Every. artU'la of this kind 1b merely one m^ii'ii Instnneo ol' vicious emula-tiOiv vilis'Imii.itioii or a base aOtempt at 'Bubsititulion. The most discriminating hostess can make 110'mistake m serving her guests with this delicioualy  frpsh, palatable cheese. It adds zest to any repast- Not an ordinary cream cheese, but extraordinary in its delicious tluvoi- and freshness. The makers are iiioreasing its universal populaniy by maintaining the- highest standara, ot quality. It you have never tasted JfcNaughton's "Improved' Cheese, vcvi have never known the true- delights ot the cholcaat chee.'se morsel obitainable. A palatable pleasure at any meal to be had at the grocer -whore vou deal. Put up in white opal jars or in pure tinfoil packets. JheM? NAUGI-ltON'DAlfeYO The "something just as good" stoi-y is old, why give it a thought? Herpl-!?ide;-is tho Original Kemedy. It kills osiving were about, tho only ones wlio ; ^h^, {jaudniff germ and ^prevents the stayed indoor.s ycs1�!rday atternooh, j hair ffom falling, itching-ot the scalp for the majority of the city's fair con i t'tops Valmost with tho first applica-tingeht were tasting advantage of thfi.-tion. first glorious day in several weeks to make callsf The drawing rooms ot all yesterday's hostesses jresounded (With merry chatter and the tinVle of i tea cups during the tea hour. ! � * V WINNIP!!G, MANlTOlJA. ;Don't;.-be deceived by "Something juat as good." It yo.uv? own druggist does not keep the genuine dandruff g^rni  destroyer, Newbro's Herplclde, go to one who does. one dollar size bottles are sold under an absolute guarantee. Send lOc in postage for sample and booklet lo Tho Horpicide. Co., Dept. R., Detroit, Mich. Applications may Mrs. C. J. EcVstorra expects to ' leave one the first train for Seattle, where she AviJ! bP joined by her daugh I tcr, Mis.s LuciJcwho has been attend- ibe obtained at good barber shops, ling school in that citv, and who ^ For sale by'J. D. fliginbotham '-will accora-,-anv her mother to Call- i^pecial Agents. cLmmmim- The Ladies* Store Phone 453 Acadia Block - New,..','Xork.'Fcb. 4-The annual^flp^, port, of''the'coroner Hhons forty-alglijl, ^*Ji/>^ tbaa'in 1^0%. balr.dea for year '^'-'i , > ,**/- .1 n I IN GREAT VARIETY Next week we devote to the display and sale o{ the most' satisfying assortments within your reack Women wlio appreciate seleiction from complete iie^y stock^J'in | sorts that are used not onh' for ordinary, but for most particular "pur- | poses as Avell, will be liberal buyers here next Aveek. And the display does not stop with a meagre variety, for, without a doubt, the selecitiou now awaiting your approval far surpasses anything- ever before nt-terapted iu Lethbridge. r i...:..;::z$i. Many specially purchased lots, priced at a quarter to a tliird'^ le^s tliau reg;ular, will be displayed in our windows Xaiid>^ throug:houttliestore; and in adilition to these our entire^ Spring stoclis in all their completeness will be waiting your , T' early approval and selection, at prices that are but a demonstration of ithe exceptional values we are of fcring this season. New Corset Embroideries. New Edgings. New Plounolngs. New Froiitlngs. New Inaertlons. New Strappings. New Beadings. Ntjw vrrench Val. Ijaces. . New German Val.:i Laces;  New Cotton Torchon yliaces. New Linen Torchon Lace^.' '^ew Maltese :Laces. ' New Nets and :All-Overs. tiNew Matched Sots. Other New Goods are Piling In! * j Completing stocks in various lines and offering special cash values for the early supply of your Spring sewing needs. v^s New Cottons and Percales. New Sheetings and Pillow Cottona. New lawns and, muUa. New Towelings and Linens, v New Towels and Bath. Sheets.! New Dress Goods and Sillcs. New Velvets and Velveteens. New Hosiery and Underwear. New Linings and Sateens. New Whttowear and Blousea'i 69 ;