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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Ttlftsday, February 4,1913 THE L ET H BH IDG Tfir AIL Y HERALD Paare 9 FOR :: HUE 1 I in DIRECTORS YESTERDAY DECIDED ON PRIZE LIST-EXPERT SUCCESSFUL SALE OF STOCK CaH and see our Valentines. We have a large assortment of Valentines of all descriptions of the well known Gibson Arts Prices 5 to 25 cents each. Call or order by mail. SMITH'S 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 Cent Store 307 5th Street V W. |1 Menzie & Go, Electrical Dealers "Anil Contractors i Phone 637 70633rd ^yenue )NAU)S0N T0M.*AtiE/R0INT8 INvftf; Can b?: pur^rf��(pn ifhla side and forwarded'tW�pUi*jfamily or friend*.. Our;^a$�:ofe'handling tbJs business yik^ripoi�Ible to beat. -Your^^Btigerfl will re- tholr fdf RATE81 HE9ERVX|^�5NS'MAPE SAILINGS -.EVER Y ^SEEK BtorfMll &fQrj^ation,se,e.ste�m-�h}p an& raUway agentB/",i,As the aged couples;''mar,.,�.. tonic as-well as a cough cUvpi^f .Bt�drit8rUse!fippn.ienablesthe ' syatemrto throw off all aigns^ '-'" of cold. 1 * Keep it in,thq bpuw-r-l��ge bottle ^5c:at all de*le& } ' Wf-M London, Feb. 3.^-Joseph-Martiu today asked the firstj lord :-oJ � the admiralty if 'he had requested the Canadian government to assist the admiralty in ireoruitjng men,.in,Canada, in view of the necessity of manning the dreadnoughts from the Jlalay �States-and Canada and'tho proposed new dreadnoughts- to be built; by "the admiralty and the: difficulty "i^f/vget-: ting men* at hontej''BB->rsf0rE8d%^o^W: him. \, '. , > Mc. .Churchill: . "Wc have np.t;agk-ed i)he-.Canadmn:.|o|VBrnftiient,\lot 'Assistance in obtaining;.:Recruits'sjbr the navy, -butwe,would be ac-bepi.t" Canadian seat^en1 if a satisfactory fart.aTt'gpipeflt jjJbuld pp:> maid'efj',' * * �: ' "NEW omTISM - T^jiri. ? Ar '"May/Si years In the nayy^s'uc- ? >: ce-eds � Sir Chfe'rlflS ,;jrVMerick ' A. m.aa admiya\ o&,t&e.fle$t, >j�* Complaints about street car motor-'1 men leaving the inner doors of � the cars open have been made through; the press. Supt. Reid stated this morning that lie had given orders two weeks ago to all motormen to avoid this at all times,, and lie would he, pleased if street car patrons would' make any complaints in future direct to him, giving him the motor-man's number. The department is also issuing- a booklet which will set forth all' information regarding cars, such �as schedules, routes, ,etc. This is being done at the request oi a largo number of the svstem's patrons. The matter for the booklet, which will be vest pocket size, is now being pie' pared, and will be issued shortly,.' A meeting; of the street railway committee of the council will be held within a couple pi days when the request of the ratepayers ol Horth Lcthbridge for another car will be decided' upon. ..... A VERY SICK MAN London, Feb. 4.-The illness of Senator J. H. Ross,, of Moose Jaw, has made" it necessary for him to undergo an operation. He was removed to. Victoria hospital yesterday. Eugene German, ag*d 13, of St, Mary's, was drowned in the river while skating. An English Chemist Has Discovered How to >Grow Hair � In England th'e litclles have entirely, abandoned wearing rats, which 1b* due entirely to discovery.. It has been proven that Henna leaves contain the ingredients that will  positively grow hair. That they contain this'long looked for article'is proven every day. The Americans are now .placing on; the market a preparation containing the extract of Henna leaves, whidh is having a phenomenal.*iale. >. .i^, ,. This, preparation-is oaUed PALVIA, and. is being 3old with a guarantee to cure dandruff and to grow Jiair �in, abundance. �,: Being  daintily-: perfumed, SALVIA makes a most pleasant hair drflssinff., The Frank Hodley Drug .Ooi' your, druggist, is. the first. to- Import tills preparation into Lethbridge and a large generous, .bottle can be'purchased for 69 cents THINGS TO FORGET If you see a tall fellow ahead of a crowd, A leader of men, r.:arching fearless and proud, And you know 61 a talc, whose me retelling''' aloud Would cause his, proud head to in anguish ho bowed, It's a pretty'good plan to forget it. If you kjiow of 'a'; skeleton hidden away; .. In a closet, ana guarded, and kept from the day- '- ---' In the d^rk ; ;� and; Avhose : showing, whose; sudden . display Would cause grief "�ind sorrow and life-long dismay1-, /' It's a/jM'etty good' forget it. If. '.yqu- kno.w^of/a -folniL, that will a,' .. d'&rken .'the, joy \ .'; . . Of a. mati .or: a Vi^oman, a girl or a -'" :i>^ ;:;'/ - That will wipe out a smile or the least way ahnOy A fellow,' or cause any gladness to cloy, It's a pretty good plan to l or get it. -Anonymous. Hostesses^ tomorrow ;- Mrs. Malcolm Young. *  � Not receiving tomorrow .- Mrs. L. H. Fowler. Mrs. Wj J. Armstrong. Mr. F. K. Mason is at present in Tacoma on a short trip. * * Miss McPhee, of Calcaiv, who has been a guest with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mulhern, returned home this afternoon. . - * * * Miss Annie Dixon, Fourth Ave., who was operated-on-recently at the Gait hospital, was sufficiently recuperated to return home yesterday. *  Mrs. Jackson, of Montreal, has arrivpd in the city- on an extended visit with her son and 'daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. .S. Jackson. - *� .� -.Mrs. Ward, of Victoria, wife of the general manager* of the Eloso Paving Co., who is gpendfflg' a'short time with her husband.'in'this city, was a guest at the tennis dance last evening. .'V.'j.i'M-'.. � Mr. and Mrs. D. H,. Way announce the engagement of,, their youngest daughter, Clara Sedcliflj.. to Dr. Milton John Gibson,--the wedding to take place February 19th. w  � � Mr..and Mrs. W. ,Byron will entertain the-Optimist class of Westminster Methodist Sunday school atJ their home, 813 5th ^Cve.,, north, on Monday, Feb. 10th- . ~ � i � *  *� Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Robins returned jlast night from Calgary, where Mr. Robins had been attending the meetings of the Grand Executive of the'Sons of England Benefit Society. *  .  -.Mr.-"and Mrs. W.' Michic. have returned from their honeymoon and arc spending a few days with the latter's j�mqther � before returning to Medicine Hat, their future home. V v  So;ne tninety guests gathered in the S-O.E. hall last evening to accept thei courtesy, of the tenuis club-; and. enjoy one more dance before the Lenten season. ,-,'.Prettily shaded lights shining . on smartly gowned ladies and their escorts produced a pleasing effect, and a.'igood floor combined with music,' discoursed by an eight-piece orches-; �tra-',- made tripping the light-fantastic so very enjoyable, that ehctores wore fi-equently 'demanded and many of the gnest|S^see�iea- loath -to leayo * even: whejii the 'orchestral rose. ,Mr'g. W4,"of Victoria,-and Miss MoP^ob, o| Calgary, were among the guests present;;? -, �, � � . ,  ,5!, ;- :-" n � � /ilri' delightful contrast to the win-trjness, of -the, Fe'hruary. afternoon ,was the. brightnessand^chperinessirof 'Mrs: R. *E. McArtliur's cosy bungalpw, (When she was formally at home yes-j terday for the first tin-js in Lcth-� bridge. The dran-ing room was effective and pretty with scarlet carnations. The hostess welcomed her many visitors wearing a fetching toilette of pale blue satin veiled in flowered chiffon in rose tones with rose panne velvet girdle and- elaborated silver Passementerie. Mrs. Neil McLacAIan, who invited to tho tea roomr had donned � smart costume of while and black silk with lace tunic and white and black cha-peau with osprey. Daffodils radiated a bright touch of color in the dining room, where Mrs. Arthur Ilayx, in pale blue satin with net overdress and black picture hat with ran roses and ...feathers, .poured tea, while Mrs. J. B. Mulhern,"; in, hoavilj braided black velvet and black plumed hat cut the ices. Miss McPhee, of Calgary, in mauve silk with, shirrings.of self and navy blue velvet hat with purple feather, feather, passed the inviting viands. Mast?r .Rpginn-lrl Mr-Arthur, in n white buster suit, made the manh est of door attendants. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Luther League of St. Paul's First Lutheran, church, will meet on Thursday evening. *   The Protheon elub will meet in Wesley church tonight, when all members are urged to attend. f * * The Mathesis club will meet at three o'clock tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. J. Jackson, 1263 Fifth Ave., S. '     � Maple Leaf Chapter, No. 7, Order of the Eastern'Star, meets in regular session at the Masonic Hall at eight p m. tonight, when visiting members of the Order will be heartily welcome. *  * * The concert "Beauty and the Beast", was very creditably put on in St. Augustin's hall last evening by the Junior Guild of St. Mary's church, and .the performance. merited a much larger, audience. *,'" Services in St. Augustin's church tomorrow (Ash-Wedne,sday) will .be, as follows : Holy Eurjharist, 7:30 a.m., Qpmmination and- Holy Eucharist 10:30 a.m., Children's Service 4:20 p.m., Evensong and'-{Sermon 8 p.m., when the subject of the rector's address will be "The Catholic church." '-  �  - * During-Lent St.-Paul's First'Luthr eran church will hold services each Wednesday -night at the home of Rev. C. GranV 151)9 Sixth Ave., S. Mr. Grant will preach a series of sermons on;, -Jihe .words - of Christ on thc.crpss, the' sermon for tomorrow evening he-' ing based on the wotfds, ."Father forgive them for they know not what thev do." * * * Twenty-five members attended the meeting of St. Cyprian's A. Y. P. A. last evening, and enjoyed a social tjih'e. A "who are-you ?" guessing contest provided amusement,, after which a musical romance competition was- in order: A recitation by Mr. Stewart was; thoroughly enjoyed; and an-encore was graciously given, while a peanut race concluded the evening's program.   * ' The members ot the Junior Bible class of St.. Cyprian's Church participated in a skating party last night, which was most enjoyable. A breakdown in the street-car service at the Thirteenth street junction caused the youngsters to "hike" to the park, but this did not aaunt-then* spiritfl, and the cold but added to youthful appetites on their return to town, where they partook of appreciated refreshments. " -   �-  This is the night, on which the citizens generally will have the opportunity of rendering genuine assistance to Gertrude Doe, the unfortunate little git'l; -who was hurt some-time ago on the CP.R'. tracks, by attending the concert and whist di-iviv in the S.O.E. hall. Cards wjll occupy the time from 8 to 9:30', wjien one hour will be spent in the serving of refreshments. Tho following, who have kindly contributed their  services, will give solos, recitations, etc.: Mrs. F. Wnd-dmgton, Miss C. Shnni, Mr. C. Fryer, Mr, G. E., Fleming, Mr. A: Mc-Gougan and Mr. J. F.. Petts. Cards will again bo in order from 10:30 to 12. is assured in . knives, forks, spoons and serving pieces if they are 1847R06KS BROS.l Tjiis brand, jenown as "Silver Plate lhat Wears' in beautiful designs, is made J in the heaviest plate. It/ .has been renowned for over 60 years. aW by Leaded D��I'ns. | BROKEN-Prices on Crockery Wo arc busy clearijio- uj) all odVl lines in our Crockt'iy .Depaj-tnicnr and all thrifty buyers who are in 11 rod of anything in this lino can save from 1-3 to 1-2 on their require-meals by paying our China Department a visit aud making their purchases from any of the following: .PLATES All sizes in Breakfast and Tea Plates, in green floral design in Semi-Porcelain ware. Regular fl.50, clearing at A.Xtt per dozen ............... ' LARGE MEAT PLATTERS 12 oniy of those large platters now left. Regular price 51.00; selling at...........*"M-'* Pickle Dishes; worth 20 cents, for........... Sauc*? Boats that were 25c, for ; ----  �   t. �'" Soup Casseroles, that Xftf were $1.50 for'.'..... EGG CUP SPECIAL Plain fUass Cups in the double style; regular fl *yQ{�t dozon ;for per doz...... 15e GREEN LENNOX WARE An extra hard enamel finish, Porcelain ware in a very effective green band design, with gold line edge. All size plates including soups worth up to $2.50. aa For, per dozen .........^ Salad Bowls, worth OXt* �0c; for.................ZOC Small Bowls, worth 25c for............... Tureens,'worth $1.75 time, ago, but the deal- is sttUv'peifd^'.; ing, land unless the railroad i offers -yiie :? price asked by Mr. Sherman,-the deal will not,-terminate. , NORTHERN,' HOSPITAL>BURNED Prince Albert, Sask., Feb. 4.-Word has just been received herc, of the burning of a hospital /at* Big Kiver, , some ninety miiesinortb.tof'.' , "The. assembly of .New Jersey, voicing the ..-.practically-^imar^inious. - senti-i m'ent of the people-of the *c 1 ,r.'# ,v>/'/;&: LEVEE TODAY KING HELD 'London, Pep. 4.-The first laves',of this season 'was held by King ;'(Jeprge at; Buckingham Palace today, \}'f^,;\ S. STEVENS RECOVERS After Y�ar� of Safforiai,: Tefls How Her Heahk . Was Regained. .,; Waurika, 'Okla.-MI.hf^'female,'triu*y'!fi^| Mm,for seven yewrs;;was>ali^rttnv!iiow^:'fesf?'Y and so nervous^I : . oould-iho^^ao^^^g^ll treated me for dif-; ,' ferent tfajngibuf 4id ' i rne no goo4 ' I,g'6t s 1 so bad that I could not?,sleep day-*or -. ' ';high Lydia'-Elf PhikHa|f s|l|ft| Vegetable Com- \ 'pound, and began' its use and wrote to- you for special! advice. In a short time I had regained I my health and am now strohgand well. J'�� --Mrs. Sallib Stevens,.R.F.D., No. 2, ' ' Comanche, Okla. ' ' Another Woman Recovers. A . � ,jr^wton,N.H.-''Forfi>�yearsIsu^.....\ i fered from female weakness and drag1-gtfhgidown pains^ Vegetable Compound has restored my f-health and the pains are gone. 'J ^Jtfrs^^S? F. A. Pbas^hjb, 'R. F. D., Box 88. v * ' ; Becanse-your case f? a dimcnltio^KSM* doctora haying done you po good, d9.prt.^;\l continue to "stif er without'^glvirig^ydj.^ 'f. E.' Pinftham'siVegefahle'Comp^ ,c