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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta rillJRSDAY, FETJKUARY 5. 1�1 I THE I, E T H B R I D G E DAILY H E R A I- D PAGE SEVEN I'M:? MILADI ^1 Edited by "INO' Phones Res.1115 OfHce 1224 I liislosscs I (iHKin (iv. : Mrs. K. r, llvliuuls.  Mrr. .). 1!, HpiiUt, 021 .Niiitli SI.,, � olllil. Ndl ifiTiviiiu; Arrs. G('(iri.',(' tuniivn (lu \llisoii. Mjs-K Annie |)ix{)n. of .MucU'dil, lunictl liDiiii- MiiK afLcrnoon afU'r slmrt Msit. wiUi friends licrp. rc-a and Mrs. C II. Travis, iClcv-riitli slri'ct, arc reioicinu; nvrr llm liirlli iif a son 'I'lipsdav. Mrs, .'uHirow Tilli-y, �lio w'us op-riatiMl (in at- tlii- fialt hospital mi :\loiulav iriorninjj;, is iirogressinfr fine-h was served liy llm lailios, and alio-K(;llu-r tlie even I u.is a miosI dclit;lit- fill SllCfPSS. Despite ll:c eMrei]ii-l\ cold and stornn' aiternOdri. Mrs, (lir,) l.all'er jty and lier danKliter, ,\li;;s .Marcella jl,ariorty, weicoiiied a n"'""y niiuilieu ! oi visitors (inrinjj; tlie lale afternoon ! \Vednesda\', wlieii lliey were loriiially at, lioiiie lor the (irsi time in Lclh-l)ri(lge. Mrs. l,aitert\ was rielilv Rowned in lilacli (diarideiise \vil,li Unitarian t riiii-iiiinn,,-;, wliile Aliss LalTiuly looked well in pale hliie silk witli lace acees sories. ' Mrs, T, V Kirkhaiii, u lio assisted in reecivint';, was heeoniinfrly gowned ,i in hlack chilTon over ludiolrope satin �v ;;: ' aiid luit to iiiaicli. ieachins s(al\ is entertain-i 'H-'>^vinB room, ' I'he cily iiii; al one of (lieir enjoyahle social fnnciioiis on 'riiiirsilay evening of next, eek. :i: r. :s Mrs. CI. II. t'.(d)blediek will give an M Home a(. Wesley parsonage on Tuesday afternoon from four to six, under the auspiees of the \V(UiiPn's Missirmary society of Wesley ehurcli. All ladies are cordialiy invited Mr. and .Mrs, (.lodlrey Kisehell, Sec-omi .\ve,. S., were surprised t)y some t,hir y of their friends dropping iii oil We(inesday evening, (iamcs , and (lancins furnished aniusemenf. after dainty viands were served. .Mrs. It, .\. .Siliith, who fell while out skating some time ago. injured lier \\risl. The injury was not tlioughf iiiueli of at the time, hut now it is div'overed thai the wrist is broken,'so that Mrs. Smith js at. prestiil. forced to carry that memher in a sling- Mrs. Hlenner-llabselt and Mrs, Mc Corvie were kept very busy welcoming the inan\' callers, who came dur-ins Wednesday's rpceiung hours, when they were formally at home at the honip cf the former for the' first time this sea.son. Mrs. Krpil liick invited to the dining room, where .Mrs. H. .A. McKil-lop poured tpa and Miss tlray served the tea hour trifles. t)ne of tiiP most suece.ssful social mVairs ever held in connection with St.;'Cypriau's church -was-the congregational .\t Home held in the Flcet-%vood school auditorium on Wednesday evening, when fully one hundred and fifty people hraveii tlie stormy %\ililer niglit. The auditorium had been transform- j k1 into a cosy drawing room hy j means of flags, hmiling and nmueroiis I potted plants and ferns, as well as rjuantities of cut llowcrs. The plants v.ere graciously loaned liy the Terrill I-'loral company. The guests were wplcomed by Kev. Caiuui .McMilleu and Mrs. McSlillen, �Mr, and Mrs. .\. r:. Dodman and Mr. tind Mis. Wellington, ,\ promenade was enjoyed, the music for which uas supplied by Mrs. Waddinglon, Mrs. Horspool and Mr. Clarke. Solos by ;\lr.s. Kai'ris, Mr. Qcerrie, find Mr, Wpllington wpre plpasing, as was also a recitation by .Mr 10. S, .Jackson. ('iamcs were a feature, aud a peanut race ctmtest furnished much mniiscmcnt. \ splendid supper menu w here a clicery grate tire diltused its pleasant warmth, was adorned with carnations, cyclamon and cinerarias, while the dining table was cpiitred with an immense cluster of carnations. ' .Mis. McKillo]), handsomely gowned in black relieved with white, inviied to the tea room. Mrs. t:iiarles McC'le.naghan, irt a sniarl gowniii dull greni silk- with heavv cream lace and Ouicntal tnuch-os and wdiite .and black hat, poured tea, while Mrs. J. 1). Miginhotham, in a pretty costume of wine silk veiled in black and black picture hat, cut the ices. The viands were served by Miss Agnes O'llagen in white lingprip with touches of pink and black hat with long v,liit? feather and Miss-Annie Hanrahun in pale blue rajah with cream lace peplln and black hat- with white featiir-r mount Christine Nelson, frockcd in white with pink ribbons, admitted the many guests. * >:t  iiArivi-;v-WAllRl:^' .\ quiet wndding was solemnized at St. Cyprian's church on Wednesday evening, when Miss Warren, of Turin, was joined in marriage to Mr. .John Harvey, formerly of the Dominion Land office here and now of Swift Current. Mr. and Mrs, Harvey left on a trip east. Clubs and Societies The Flower Ouild w'ill pay its usual weekly visit to the hospital at three o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Piles Quickly Cured at Home instant Relief, Petmanent Cure-Trial .Package Mailed Free to All In Plain V/rapper The Pyramid Smile. Many cases of Piles have been cured by tt trial package of Pyramid Pile IlemeUy without further treatment. When It proves its value to you, get more fi-om your druggist at .50c a box. and be sure you get the kind you asl for. Simply Tflll out free coupon be low and mail todny. Save yourself from the surRoon's knife and its torture, the doctor ami his bills. Tha Art and literature -section of i the Mathesia club wiill meet promptly at three o'clock tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. F, A. Stoltze. :\i ::c . Mr. K. S. Jackson vvas chosen peo- j pie's warden at a meeting of St. Cy- \ prian's congregation on Wednesday j evening, to succeed Jlr. A. 10. Dod- i man, who leaves shortly to reside in , Edmonton. V rr. . All the ladies iiilerested in hear-| ing of tiiC ' Daughters of the ' Empire, are invited to hear Mrs. i Spence, of Calgary, organizing secre- j taty for Alberta, at the home of j Mrs. .). 0. Wilson tomorrow after-i noon at four o'clock. It is hoped to orgaui-/e a chapter in l,ethbridge. .Miss McKclvie. a noted Calgary pianist, will appear next Thursday afternoon at a tea, to be given by Mrs. Mufncr at her liome iu connection with Wesley Ladies' Aid. Miss McKelvie will also appear at tlie so-."ial and concert, to he given in Wes-lev ILall on Thursdav evening. :;: :*s >|s The i>adies' Aid of Wesley church held a splendid meeting yesterday con.sidering the extreme cold. .Arrangements were made tor tlie dinner, to be given in connection -with the opening of the church on March nth. On T'hursday next Mrs. Hufner gives an hour tea; and the ladies are also practising for an entertaiiitnent, tliev propose putting ou shortly. :;: >i; 'The Ladies' Aid of the First Baptist church met with Mrs, t), K. Tait on Wednesday afternoon, Jlrs, Hunter, returned missionary from India, gave a very interesting talk on her work in that country. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess at the close of. the meetiljg. DAY AND SATURDAY Specials at The Bay Clearing Sale of Ladies' dainty lingerie Waists 95c FiiU! White l,ingi>rip Waists, all smart Btyles, Swiss I'^nibroldery and, Valenciennes Lace trimmed. Loii.n and short sler-voH', lilgli and low neclv Waists in tiic lot. TlKs'j are lines liint sold up to $l..',(l. Kridiiy and SaMii'day .......... 95c The last of Fur Coats - - - $57.50 I-adies' .Mu.skrat and Seal Otti,'r Coats.- Cut in latest winter mc:d(.-ls, well blended furs, and splendidly lined and linishi-d throughout. Those are the balaiu-e of this season's stock and represent values from .^.S.'i.OO to SIOO.OO. All sizes. For quick eb.-arimcc we are putting these on sale Friday and Saturday at ............................. Ladies' New Serge Dresses We have just oiipui-d u|) a range of toadies' Lresses. Material is fine French Serge in colors of fawn, navy, Copenhagen. Very newest fashion, turn over satin collar with neat sailor's knot. All sizes in this range, but, not many of each size. .Misses' lU to J8. Ladles' 34, to �10. Friday and CkR Saturday........ ........9Qi99 $57.50 These $L25 models in Corsets just 79c These smart models in ladies' patent Boots - 99c A quick selling price (jn tiiese I.adie-, pad. These are in Blueher Style. Guninctal loii.!. no toi!-cn)if. tary heel and thin soles. A line that is worth S.^.-^O in the regular 4 to 7. Friday and Saturday, jier pair...... Paieni Root.s I Ids week Ladies' Tan Calf Bluchers Ladies' Tan Blucher Boots, in smart style with high leg and high heels, direct from 5th Ave., New York. All sizes. Regular |o.50. Friday and Saturday ............... T:^ 99c Men's Curling Shoes - Only a few pairs of these ' Curling i^lioes left. Heavy felt uppers and good quality rubber soles. Regular ?3 value. Clearing Friday aud Saturday, .per pair ....... $2.25 $2.25 $4.49 Men's $1.75 one-buckle Over Shoes - $1.25 These Savings this week-end in the Grocery Section 19c $1.00 Latest models in Ladies' Corsets. Cut from fine quality Jean and sateen, four supports, daintily trimmed -with lace. Not a pair in the lot worth less than 11.25. Friday and Saturday 7Qa Per jiair...................... I �C FRESH CAMBRIDGE SAUSAGE Per pound JELLY POWDER OC** 4 packets for ................ CwC SMITH'S JAMS in Black Currant, Raspberry, Strawberry and Black- 7C*% berry flavors, 5-11) pail......... I wC HARRIS' WILTSHIRE BACON Per pound .................... FRESH CASE EQG5 Olln Per dozen.................... wUG 33c 3 Cans Tomatoeu 2 Cans Peas 2 Cans Corn 2 Cans Beans 9 Cans Complete ...... i Can Pears 1 Can Stra-wberries 1 Can Raspberries 1 Can Greengages 1 Can Lombard Plums 1 Can Cherrleii 6 Cans Coniplet� for .., $1.00 Enticing Specials in the Dry Goods Department New Dress Goods, 49c yard Twenty pieces of New Spring Dress Goods to go on sale this week end. Fancy .Tweeds in grey monotone stripes aud wi.\cd effects. Also a line of Priestley's Irlerringboue Striped Rer.ijes in season's neweet colorings including mahogany, Karly English Oak, Bird's Blue, navy and blaelfes.v All fresh and new-. Not a piece worth less than 75c. Friday and Saturday, per yard ........................... "fwC Toilet Specials Colgate's Cold Cream, Tooth Cream, Shaving Cream. Shaving Powder and Shaving Sticks. 'All 13c on sale Friday & Saturday, each Towels Heavy (luality Turkish Bath Towels in fancy red. f-rearn.,and whlto, stripes. Size iOxl-iS, Regular 50c liair. Friday and Saturday, pair 34c Cashmere Ladies' and Misses' Cashmere Hose in popular �^Volsey Brand. A pure �ft'ool hosiery in extra fine 2/1 ribbed style. Sizes 8V4 to 10. Regular 65c per pair, Friday and Saturday, pair .. "t I U Brushes Good quality Bristl(; Brushes, regular 25c lines, extra quality bristles. Friday aud Saturday .... 15c Axminster Rugs $3.50 values $2.25 Beautiful colorings in heavy Pile Axminster Rugs. Tan, green, blue and rose combinations. Persian, Oriental and Floral designs. Not one of these worth Ies3 than $3.50. Size 27x54. Friday and SaturdtT^''. .$2.25 Beautiful Cretonnes just 16c a yard Heavy quality English Cretons In blue and green floral designs, green conventional and black, green and rose effects. Splendid for hangings, etc. 32 inches wide: Friday and Saturday, yd. 16q Plain Scrims in Ecru Colorings Fine quality Mercerized Serim-s, plain colors, ecru shades, very soft finish. Just about 100 yards of this special, 40 Inches wide. A regular 35c quality: Friday and Saturday, yd. 19C Men's Furnishing Department Comes Forward with News of Great Savings Men's $1.50 Combinations $1 Men's Heavy Ribbed 'Wool Combinations In Kloaed Krotch style. A perfect and comfortable fitting garment; seams well finished, unshrinkable. All sizes. ^\ QQ Regular $1.50. All sizes. Friday and Saturday, per garment' Boys' Khaki Shirts Boys' Heavy Drill Khaki Shirts In turn-down collar styl�, with one pocket. A strong durable shirt tor boys. 7CIa Size? 12% to 14. Reg. |1. Friday and Saturday----.l.wC Another Popular Line in Boys' Shirts, 59c Boys' Harvard Shirts-In light grounds with stripe, turndown collars, good washing colors. A shirt that will give real hard wear. Sizes 12% to 14. Regular 75c. CQn Friday and Saturday...........................^..996 5 Pairs of these Hose for $1.00 Auotlier shipment of these plain colored and heather mixed Half Hose for men. Pure wool Scotch fingering yarn. A splendid weight for cold weather wear. A good ^ 4 aa value at 35c each.' Friday and Saturday 5 pairs for I �UU The Hudson's Bay Stores 1. O. G. T. The cause of the 1. O. G. T. is thriving, under the Intluenqo of the local organizer, l^odges are to be formed in Macleod, IHlalrmpre aud ;Medicine Hnt, and several others are likely in the near future. Free Package Coupon PYRAMID DRUG COMPANY, 471, Pyramid Bldg,, Marshall, Mich. Kindly send mo a sample of Pyramid Pile Roniody, at onco by mnll, FRKE, in plain wrapper. Name Street ......................... l.Mty .........'. Stale ............ The Women's 1-iome iNlissionary society of Knox church met ov Wednesday evening, when Mrs. Fisher read a splendidly thought out paper on "where the immigrants c.ohic from and -what tlipy seot-;,'.' wliich'was- followed by an equally clover paper by Mrs, A. G. Cameron on "what the iniiiiigrants find and what they take away." .\ vocal solo hy Miss Tahor was enjoyed by all pte.sent. r,^ V .T .The Luther League of 8t. I'aul's Fir.st Lutheran church met with a fine attendance on Wednesday evening. The main feature wa.s the election of olficcrs, which resulted an follows ; President-JVIr. Vines. Vice-Prcsident-Mr. IIMsfard., Secretary-Treasurer - Mr. W. I.,oliinan.. ��' �  - After the business routine, an formal social hour Svas spent II, in-, in games, aflcr which nionts were served. inviting refresh- Ice Is Hard Enough The curlers are finding the weather cold enough to suit even their critical fancy. It was almost 40 below zero -v^-hein they stopped curling 'last night at :! a.m., and at 11.30 to-da,v, the thermometer on tbe ivorth side of the rink still registered 20 below. YOUTHFUL APPEARANCE An /\.6set to Every Woman-Gray Hairs a Source of Discontent Every woman wishes to look youu.c always. Gray hairs moan the passing of youth's charm. They are the source of many a heartache to many and many a woman. But they need no( be. 1 lay's Hair Health restores gray hair to its natural color. It is not ti dye. ^ By Us tonic qualities, by promoting a newt vigorous, healthy growth of tho hair, by removing dandruff, by fui^ nishing to the scalp and tho hair rooti( a new life it brings back the real color and lustra of the liair.. If, after a fair trial according to directions,'it fails to do, this, we will refund your money. ' $1.00, BOc, 25c. Get It at our store. Sold and recommended by .1. O. Hig-iribothani & Co., Ltd., druggists, l-�th-bridge, Alberta. ' M\t. �APOLIS WERE ACQOITTEO Minneapolis, Minn., Feb. -a.-Martin Flanagan, former chief of police of St. Paul, and Fred Turner, former chief of detectives, on trial the last week for the alleged acceptance of $1,000 from Dottie Hazzard, a former resort keeper, for police protection, were found not guilty this morning hy the jury which had been hearing the cases. The jury went out shortly before 6 o'clock this morning, and reached a verdict at 11.15. Westbrook Bros,, 10 firsts, 5 seconds; P, & F. King, � firpta, 5 seconds; A. E. Humphries. 3 firsts, 1 second, 1 third: Andrew Graham, 2 firsts, 6 seconds, 2 thirds. KILLING STEER LEMiDGE BIRDS AT GRANOM FAIR Granum, Alia., Feb. 4,-Tho Grau-um Poultry show, Just over, had a fine collection of about.600 entries. Owing to tho weather being somewhat severe, the attendance 'was very poor. Mr. .Tames Blair h.ad every thing in fine order to receive the e.vhibits and deserved better support from the townspeople. The Lethbrldge exhibit carried off a large number of prizes, the winners being as follows: J. H. Emmerson, 15 firsts, 4 aecouds, 7 thirds; A, O. Spence, 15 firsts, 7 seconds, 6 ttilrdi; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Orcutt, of Ma-grath, who are charged jointly on I three counts, in connection with the killing of a steer belonging to the Mendenhnll ranch, on December 4th last, appeared in the District Court here today before Judge Jackson. At their preliminary hearing they elected to bo tried speedily. Roth pleaded not guilty to the several charges, which cover the killing and theft of the animal. Thomas D. Mendenhall was the steer near the spring where the animals were watered, stating that an first witness called by the prosecution. He told of the finding of the examination showed wliere the neck bad been cut, and bullet holes found in the head. He had reported the matter at once to the Mounted Police, and later in the day the accused persons had been brought ' to, the Mendenhall ranch by the constables, where he alleged they tried to; "fix things up." and when Questioned as to when he had killed the steer, Orcutt had replied "this afternoon." The trial was still in progress at the time of going to press. [SCHOOL HONOR ROLL for Miss LW.Filme: ART NEEDLEWORK AND EMBROIDERY Lestont arranged at moderate charg�a at MESSRS. BAWDCN BROS. HULL BLOCK HOURS: 10to l; 2to6 Sydney Shaw, Mabel Hill, Vera Olan-ville, Fred Lazarus, Kathleen Lindsay, Verna Gray, Gladys Knibbs, Reggie Grist, Thomas Allan, Phyllis W'hitton, Stuart Hunter, Ernest Til-lack, Lizzie Martin, Bella Smeed, Blanche dander, Francis Pimm, Myrtle Wardman. Miss U. A. Flett, teacher. What m Lady In Ontario says.- " When the temperature falls below zero, or when a snow bli zzard . comes along, I bring out n\y OXO, and with the aid of a few soda biscuits (or sandwiches, and my stove to boil the water, I make a meal fit for any weather " Westminster school honor roll January was as follows : GRADE VHI.-M. English, C. Gei-gcr, Uuth Matson, C. .Jackson. GRADE VII.-M. Reid, A. Walton, E. Sullivan. F. C. .lennings, teacher. GRADE VI.-Maggie Fllnn, Myrtle Gillies, James Stevens, Vera Duns-worth, Eva Pearson, Wade Ridpath, Elmer Gciger, Arthur McUvena, Charles TiUack. GRADE v.-Hurga MacLoUan, Mar^:" jovie Bournes, Olive Wall, James Thomson, Addle Lewis, Elsie West-cott, Gretta Wilson, I-Iazcl Marshal, Gordon Grist, Marion Horn, Erika; Olander, Wm. Westcott, Rosie Kuowl-den, Harry Hill, Hector Ingram. GRADE IV.-Delmar Martin, Annie | Wood, David Kerr. Miss N. Halpenny,; teacher, i GRADt: IILMGwcudoliiie liamm. UBES SilverforService When purchasing silver ' you are sure of dependability and beauty If it is KfROGERSBROS. Thin brand, fciiowa a* 'Silptrflatttkat W*en" assurti longMrvice becautt it ii theheavjestaltfat plate. Look for the tradamark.j ;