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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ^fliiggflfry, Ifoft&iary B, 1913 fWE Lr/1TITBRI|>jgjE DAILY HERALD Pace 9 During the raw dayi of Fcbnuury net March, remember this: Lovmey's Cocoa generates more heat for your body than beef, peas, milk cr eggs. There's no better drink than Lowney's to carry you through the cold days. ..  Lowney's Cocoa is a blend of the chpior:, est varieties of choice cocoa beans.., ' r * In our Montreal, factory, after roasiing and blending, these beans are ground to powder. To insure extreme fineness, the cocoa is sifted through silk before it is put into tins. Lowney's, prepared according to the recipe, makes an even, creamy cocoa > thatjs simply delicious. , Sold by grocers. , fIri tins-r-lOc to 50c sizes* 4 The Walter Mi Lowney Co, of Canada, Limited, Montreal V !j .v . Alberta Branch; Cadognri 91ock,Calg�iry A BARNARDO BOY'S FATE' Togo, S~ask.,s -pi&li. i.-F. Jlichardson, a Baniardo boy, who since October, 19li, 'had boari' on the far%i of Arthur "Lee; near- -here; vwas  found- dying today, having .been- shot through the %4ad 'with a .22 rifle. 1 He died about 9 o'clock* this morning. It'is not known 'whether ithe shooting was accidental -or s sdicldal. He was about 16. years oft, age.-  : t -6ENTIN A CHALLENGE Toroti'to, '.'Feb.' 4.f-The Canadian Lawn Tennis association has cabled a challenge for the'Davis 'Cup, emblematic of the cha&pion of'the world. They may'riot send,a team;but wished to1-get their challenge*'?laybefore ithe list closed. -- Seqretary' Sununerhayes Is now In o6mmuniciUonwifli the several provincial -. Great preparatibnS:;aTe;. being made' for the St. Valentine's" Ball to be held in the S. 0. Br hall on Friday, Feb. 14th, under the^auspiccs of the Daughters and Maids of England and* the Sons of England societies. Invitations arc- being issued, and several unique features will be introduced. . Miss ChiI4s^yoJ^4U'i^is, who is a guest with Mrs. G.. L.. Delaney, was honor guest of a dinner, given last evening by Mrs. Qonklin and Mrs. Christian at the homevof the latter, 1217 Fifth Ave. ' '*" The color scheirio 'tvas yellow � and covers were laid for nineteen. 'Cards and dancing furnished! after dinner enjoyment s for. the. guests, i, >��- The. Companions of .the-Forest held one of the most delightful dances of the- season in Uflity .HaU. lasjj evening, when 'over one hundred couples were,, in attendance., The committee; in charge was composed of Mrs. E~ Arnold; Mrs. 'Morden, Mrs.' Unsworth, Mrs. Carter and Mrs. Stowe, 'while Mr. A; Arnold_ acted as master of ceremonies. The next dance will be held on the evening of March,'4th. Mrs. Frederick Brooke ga^4jj>jsniall teleplfcme tea? op Tuesday. ^A!vyfcw of those;fpfesent .^ere i-.Miss Petty'; Mrs. 'KtrfipatricV' >(Edrnontoh,)v;'  Mrs. ,G!erarar^StrathV, Mis- Strickland, Mrs. Sidney Jones, .Mrs. Jj^ampbell. .-Followes,': Miss,Temple, Mrs.1';vLeigh; Hammond,.Mis' Harold BrobKe', Mrs-^^-''-"WIUIfBus'.'' Mi?s:'*.-aSd'' Miss Bropke, Mrs. Jarvls, Miss-. ;HelcnJ Me^rlium (Lethhridge), ,and" Miss I Toos (New York). Mrs*,Brooke.also gave; a- bridge last -facetc:-Mail and Empire... ,-: 'i ' 1 ��. vj v. � � . ������ ���.�� ..�-���!� -. ' -:/�'�� Many were the visitors, who took the opportunity of calling on>Mrsi,;0.; J. Cb^rtice yesterday during the closjrigMiours of the afternoon, -when she was .formally at. home for the first time this season. ' The hostess w;oi-e a charging'frock of ashes of roses charmeuse with-heavy creams; lace adornment:' :-. ' The dining table was; .brightened twith .a -.profusion of crimson carna-:tions. and, was presided ovorr by. Mrs. David Donald in light green -peau *de,>,chiffon draperies e.nd!tpuch^ es of.gbld and roso and tjlack hat frith white plume. �i^i>:f The tea hour dainties- were passed'! byiMrsv J. V; Cook in 'sh'ell?-pink sa-' tin ;,;Jiung-.witli^rey chiflchw'Svith fur elahorationiand black p^turie was cb-itred-^with gol-. d?n daffocuis, resting- in :V�iB, -.soft flow-i.!^ >yellow shaded . lights,. ,'1 the whoW enhanced, by a*b,right, sparkling:-grate'fire. , V '. ;- * ' '.Mrs. ;E. V. Dooley and Mrs. Rfif-t.O�VTCaun>ng divided the - honors of flp'dmig? coffee, while'the as-flistants were Mrs.. Salm^nli'i-Syitgs -AsJ^qp, Miss Bawden and Miss Bwavne. 4 i�; ;D^rih-g;ftha..- afteriioon Mrs? ij. Bent-v|Pj5ik,?ad,-ana- interesting letter from #e�Man iboy'.at -Hay jRiver,. one iho^Band^miles :north of /Edmontdnr Sft^fep ithe; Auxiliary sentk#i'j^jl; -o?, closing Jast Jfijia. '"" Shed^en and J^ssltlm^ - 'K Tit' jhphs, gave some � piano selections, !RSBS^f^W�te�W� much appreciated, ..while- Miss Freeman delighted all with a sv.-eet song. * � * � Mrs. A. .T. Irviug's hours on 13th St. was thronged frofn four to six yesterday afternoon, when one hundred callers camo to welcome Mrs. Earl Roberts on the occasion of her post-nuptial reception, and also to visit with Mrs. A. J. Irving on her .first at home day this year. Mrs. Irving looked particularly well in lier bridal robe of white satin en traine, while Mrs. Roberts wore a smart costume of deep cream silk colienne with Persian bandings and touches of black. Mrs. J. Roland Heeb, who invited to the tea room, had donned a handsomely embroidered linen, frock and black picture hat with marabou and pink rose. , ' , Potted plants and fenis Glenister-grey silk touched with ,cerise� Mrs. J. Rose-r-shot silk with purple, and lace- accessories. Mrs. Fred Gow-grey satin relieved with cerise. � - . Mrs. W. F- MacD.onald--4>rown crepe with ,a note of blue. ;�., .. ,. ,, Mrs. McMahon-7-Dro.w.n silk with orange trimmings. � Mrs^Av V.' -Gibbons-white marquisette erffbroidered in pink. Mrs. Fred Kenny-navy blue -messa-line with Paisley adornment. Miss -Eelly^lighfr "blue* nun's-veiling| with'dewdrop net. *� >*-" ' Miss Beck-black silk with bebe Irish lace. - Miss. Mcintosh-white point' d' esprit.' The other guests included/Messrs. T. Long, Will Gibbons, Wilfred- Gib--�bblsS, Scn3-lkle. Glenister, Rose, Gow,: MacDonaidj McMahon, A. V. Gibbons and Kenn5j, ���� , HEATH-KfUHAftDS , A* weddingxoi lopal. interest was solemnized:ciin,' �� January 8th,'^w;hen Miss.'Calla Inea Rioh^ ards; oftvMinneapolJS,- who-shas spent the past year in Lethbridge, was joined' in marriage to Mr. George Frederick Heath, an employee 6t Beckef and Yates.' ' The' ceremony was performed . by ReViCJVIr.. Fisher,, and' the bride and groom were supported by Mr. and Mrs. John Lesion. Mr: -,. and Mrsi Heath have returned to; the city . after visiting various points and -future reside here. *  * KINNIBURGH-rFARNES .The'home of JVIr. and Mrs. George Farnes, ^Twelfth St., N , was the scerie of-a very-pretty wedding at seven-thirty -last; evening, when their erdfe^fi'-.'danghter, Xathleen became tne brid^ q�-?Mj;., William Middletou Kin- niburgh, .of .purple Springs.- The j bride's sister, Miss t Ada Fames, was' bridesmaid, while 'Mi DavidN *-Sh,'b;i^hoube supported the groQiir.-''" r>" Rev; 'Jpseplr Woods worth tied the nupjjijl -knot^ in the presence 4 of a laigej^ovumlier bl friends. of tho bride and\;'grQom./Immediately after ;the i. -_"--, j a make CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The" G. T;(E. club will-not meet on. Thursday ^evening! this week, but will meet'instead on lYiday 'evening with Mrs. J1.' Wi'Bartlett, .301 Seventh Ave;, S. * �  # , "A special*, meeting of St. Cyprian's Parish Ancillary. will be held in the parish room tpmowow afternoon at 3:$0^ Business;'of 'impQicpance will be taken up, and those desirous .of joining are asked" to- bp present. , The.C.N.R. has1 enter &t. Gatharinejs and^wil", make a propose ^ionV'towarde- vthe.i\cqn.truction pf J, a, �Ailtw,ay;,4a?di i^SiH'?'^ .V-phicul&TM ^ritjga, -acrp$^*-,the,t 9I0V cana,l >tp-'' centre of, the"qftv^ BROKEN-Prices on Crockery We arc busy clearing up all odd lines in our Crockery Department and all thrifty buyers who are in need of anything in this fine can rive from 1-3 to .1-2 on their requirements l.)y paying our China Department a visit' and 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 $1.50, clearing at iE, yer ............... ' ' LARGE MEAT PLATTERS 12 only of those large platters now lefc- Regular price epfi(,. ;, ?1.00; selling at......... Pickle-Dishes; worth 20 cents, for .... OC. �-...'Sauce Boats that were -i'A, ;'26c;for X"L' ,Soup> Casseroles that were.$1.50 for ..i... 50c. EGG CUP SPECIAL Plain: Glass Egg Cups in the double style; regular ?1 eju dozen ;for per doz. ..... *JV,J� 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 12.1)0. d>1 aa For, per dozen .........*PA.W Salad Bowls, worth OKr> 60c; for.............ZOt Small Bowls, worth -i Ktt 2oc for.................. -Lat Tureens, worth ?1.75 qq 10 in. Meat Platters 'Xf{p worth 60c; for...........oox> 12 in. Meat Platters Zftn worth 90c; for........... After Dinner Cups and Saucers; worth 92.50, ait AA per dozen .............�T>A'VV Jugs reduced to 15c, 25c. and 35c, Hudson's Bay Stores ORANGES LIKELY TO E A MR. STOVER SAY8 FROSTS ON SOUTHERN PACIFIC COAST WERE DAMAGING TO MAKE NEW CAPITAL A Oranges on-the breakfast table were long considered a luxury* They have however, come to bo considered a necessity.. But if present, .indications hold good, they promise to enter the luxury claBs once more,, and one year from now -they will not /make th>ir appearance on the btfeakfast table with such regularity. . Mr. C. C. Stover, general manager of the Miami and Iowa Farming companies, with farms at Stirling and Magrath, is in the city, today."from Minneapolis, arranging with his'manager here for the season's ^operations. .He,'has.Just returned .frpm^-P-Qptland,, and-made a few illuminating remarks about the weather in Portland and "Washington, as it, compares tp;Sunny SoutheTn Alberta's winter Qllme; ;T6is remarks were rather in favor of the country which he is .likely to adopt as hie future home. "Things are very bad in California. Heavy frosts have destroyed--the greater part of the' orange crop,; and oranges will be scarce'next fall and winter," he said. ; Tourists to California;, this winter are .not enjoying the weather, which has gone contrary 'to �thie-rdle,1. and made out the .press agents-" fors ste�m> ship and railway. companiefi- to b,e pro-; nouncjgd prevaricators. * Bvyrythlng pottblble has been done'to Bave ijhre orange crop, vbut par,t Ws destroyed by frost, and 1 the v remainder 'was "touched." /, Several car. ;vloads- of '^'touched-'' orangee havf^ already;-been shipped to Canada. '1 . Iar,Pbrtlan'd>'.a-Bno.w�t^lL',.of:'-:0'(!axeq/'.in-; ches w|,s. enjoyed recently. ]k\ Seattle the weather has been" wljSt'ry),?.wille all the way *rom"{Spokane to Wa'ila; "Walla, Mr: Stover sni'd Tatf' travelled through a couple, of feet of,fsnow-.'. Sunny Alberta, ieven if-theCwfeither Is cold, looks good to him." ,1 ' WANT GERMANY ,TO , , SPEND 0-M-. THE.! A.RMY Berlin, Feb. 4.-A.' rel^olutlgn^ re-gretting* hesitation .of,1-the German army authorities in, iptrodu order to render .^heVFa^ to th.row;its, .swprd;into the scale in favor of European,peace. � � ' . * # . y .1 � : .,..'! 1''....^, 1 1 ' 1 '. .~ V v--'--^-"t - i'-1 Middlesex foounty; o0uncilr"'has.;,been. asked b^.Yege^arbJe.grjawerpto^^iodo to ;spen4Jn advertising" the. county. Melbourne. Feb. 4.-The Commonwealth has recently expended ,shout.. ?30,000 in connection with'designs for the federal capital. Of this anm-;*fl5,-000 was allotted as prizes among three designs selected by the ;ma^orlty of an inde.pend'ent board^of examiners and $2,000 was given for th� purchase of the first design in a majority selection. v A home affairs ' department bgard has, however, reported: their -inabll^y to recommend the adoption; of any. one ofthese designs, and advised the approval of a plan incorporating certain features pf all pt them. The de-. partment.hoard , considers^ il^afc-^hle plan re'commeriiiled, by tnem; provided for practical and beautiful oity. V Fighting Desperafe at Tchataia (Continued from .front .pageM Shefket Goes to Front Constantinople,, Feb. 5.-M&jinKWt Pasha,, Turkish Grand Viz-, ier and Minister of "-"Vtar, lelV lot ty$ i front "at noon today1, 'flis departure |s taken id ipdicate th,ijrt,spme' forward ' aptionl,,is"Ja4'i*eiaP?a*od W 'the army at jeh'itialia.' ' � -fjelfiaple'.'llj'ews goaree . ; Londop, ^|oJ 5.-yrhe bombardment of Adrianofle 'whjoi. opened on Monday prop?e an attack on the outer cirelp;-, of ,s forts. There is, hd-means of-' yetlf^'' i ing this or any other -'reports | such fighting as may-1 be in1 progress is taking place behind clps^d vdgdrs so far as the outside world' isVc^a-! 'cerijKa-.' - ,, - ' ,*, m/,1,* \ "$'"j% Dependence has to be .placed* Q.n mqre or,leas, biased.stpriesigiven,igut'3i byl'the 'rei3piec,tive( armjy -ha^^affeft-t Only, on* extreme r^ret!ocvf , Mrs. Lincoln H. Jelfiffe ;