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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 1-EiiKUAitv ii, IV U THK I.KTHUIilUliK JJAII-Y PAGE ELEVEN PI A DVT S THE LADIES'STORE oat ing n (libtinc- tivc costume of lilat-k witb royal 'Ijliic oriental Uir.iwings and of St. Mrs. Whlddlngton; .Tosli's Mlas Dle- Eeth; solo, Master Jlmmle Kingston. A pleaEant feature Joltovcd, when" Mrs. Thomas Taylor read an addreis 10 Miss TJtfy, and Mrs. Needs preaeut- ed ber a handsome silver can- dfiSdbnim on behalf of the Central and WiUard C. T. r. (Tdy thank- ed the tlctiors, and the pleasure the year's work as travellers' aid had been to her. Mrs. Farris then sang 'The Kosar.v very acceptably. >Trs. Farris, Mlas and Master Kingston Xludly vesjiouderl to encores. Later inviting refreshments were served Mesdames Kingston, Dieoetb. Xeeds, Broun and KaaJie acting as hostesses. Spence of Calgary i honorary organizing secretary of (he Daughters of the Kmjiire (or A'iherta, is a guest A social half'Jtour was spent over je tea cups, after whicb an instru- mental duet by'31rs. A. G. Cameron N. In tho city. Higfnhothajn> while .1. H. Kiinbali arrives lotnght from Masralh on a to lier son and Uaugliter, Mr. and Mrs, Hodges, are rejoicing over the ad vent of- ft son this morning. Tickets for the concert (o -ba hclt Qi Third juhite chapcau will] osprey. I tea table uas exceedingly prct- Mr. A. HVIger teit this moriiing-ty Us ince rover and ftir Fargo, Norlh litJirnen-KC clustfr ot crimson oarna- r- tions. Mr. Keuny, ot Knmy DIM! Altin, leaves for uhcic his uill shortly do and large s. A. H. Stafford, prrllily eU hi peacli chifion over, satin ar.d in Wesley hall next Thursday evening at WHICH Mlss.'McKelvIe .of Calgary tho clever pianist, will appear, arc on sale at McKclvIe McGuire's store and at llufner's, Hie shoe man. Mr. d1 Kpi-hcrio.vcii, of Iligli lliyor is d guest at home of Mayor .UK! Sirs. W. lliirdic. iiat with crmitic, poured ten, uliHe Mrs. C. R, hncoiuingly (rocked in raulLrrry chan.ieusr and black piclnrc hat, served Hie salad. Tlic dpi I- assistants, were Miss Downer, in a cliie of tf satin with touches Cu1or.el Hclchcr ami Miss and black rlinnrati, Hrlchcr leave nint Monday (or Ihc .Wallace, dninly in while voile to for about Miss nnd 11 jLite black list with orango how. Miss Mavjury is m- :i nuinlier of bcr yoving lliis nmiing. 'i'lic 11'LI and card day afternoon nr.rl PveirMg hy Mrs. I.ce JtiLnHlon in corttcction with tho Ladies' Altar society of SI. Vat- tick'K rhurcli, v.cro n si i cress. i'l.e drawing r no ins fragranl ar.d pretty v.illi [link arid v.liilo nadoii.-i and (err.'i- lii the nfleiiicniii, Mrs. .K. McAr- tluir invited id tlie tea rmiii. uherp- Mrs. (lelini poured lea arid '' Wil- liams served viands. Augijr.tir.e, Ihp tlin ikiiiif, frockrd in while uilU rib- In evopiiiic, llif b) Jli'sa (ribbons aii'J .Mr. Will Uid- inty jiat orango cow, 1 Miss KlTic Wallace, pretty iiicture fin lloMcred pink rliinbii over p.ile blur satin willi swarsfTown to admitted tlic many cap 'I hofG wJio Tvoro. hrsvfi tiioim'i lo fare the coM on Tlmridov to do honor lo Miss Uily, ctitainh- spent a delightful time at the social func- tion held under the auspices o( the SV. C. T. U.r in Knox Mrs. Mitford and Mrs. JlcKoan, tlie preri- dcnls of the Contra] and jointly T-tosldod over tftc lirM jjiiri of the evening. A game of ed lo make everybody ot homo rendered: I'inno ".S'fno? uf Ihmsivortli; yolu, Miss i-eadliig, "The II1W Clubs and Societies SI. Junior W. A. mrct at 2.30 toniorrou1 afternoon in th parish room. 5 The A r I Nf oi k club wi I nieel on Monday niternoon with Mis U. Kllon, 1203 Seventh Ave., It is hnpcdl all members will be pres ent, ns complete he n.ade lor n socral creziins- The .Semper r'idrlis class ol 1 .Mrs. 'ill' -N'clson was" leasing. most- Wesley Sun day-school rvecytivc met i regular monthly conference last with a good attendance, pite the The work of he school Tor month past was re- viewed acd while the cold weather rc- uced the attendance in the primary .cparfment, the adult attendance was r.cicased. There was only one teach- absent, lot one Sunday during the nonlb, a record o: which the school eels proud. .Mrs- M. I'. Johnson and H- M. and Miss ialloway were elected members o! the executive. The introduction of the lessons in the jurJor depart- ment has been, carried out with re- markable ease owing largely to the valued work Stover, the grad- ng sujierintendcM. T. Quayle ten- dered his resignation as superintend- ent, effective in two weefcs. Following is report for the alt hospital 101 the month ol Feb- ruary, 19U Number of patients In hospital beginning of month Admittances duiing montb Transients admitted during the month 9 H9 Number of patients discharged during the month fi5 Deaths during the mcmtb 6 lumber ol patients in hospital at. end of month Transients during the Month 9 Lou cat number during month.... 37 Highest number during month... 47 Daily aveiagc durinc; month 13. OS Xwn'oer of hospital days tor private patients 252 Number of hospital days for warrf psticuls (paying) V03 N'umber ol hospital days for Saturday Specials -g-si i Showing of Fresh and New Merchan- dise at Specially Attractive Prices For To-morrow h1 Good Things to Priced FRESH CAMBHIOGE SAUSAGE Vfr pounJ JELLY POWDER 1 packets for SMITH'S JAMS in iiiacH Outran terry, strawberry and lilack- terry flavors. 5-ttj pail......... HARRIS' WILTSHIRE BACON Per pound FRESH CASE EGGS Per dozen 19c 25c t, Hasp- 75c 33c 30c 2 Cans Tomatoes 2 Cans Peas 2 Car.B Corn 2 Cans Beans 1 Can 1 Can Strawberries 1 Can Itaspberrtc? I Can fireeiiKases 1 Can Plum 1 Can Cherries "i Cans Complete for Silk Special 36 inch Fancy Silks in all itie r.ew and leading shades In neat stripes aud S'Onipaiioiir dusigne. Hardly a piece m llic let that is no: ucrtb do-jblB tlio price we are asking. Iteg. A OC J1.75. (2.00, Katurdav, 1 .CO 47 c pair celebrated J-adk-s' and .Mifasea' Hos- iery lii Tjurfl cashmere. riblied style. A value that retails' at CSc pair. Sizes S'.i to 10. rier pair ft I C Bath Towels juaiii i oweis Heavy quality Turkish Bath Toivels m fancy red, cream and wbitc striped deFiens.' J _ Size 20x2S. Heg. Me: 1'air Toilet Special Coalgate's Cold Cream, Tooth Creaiu. Sliaviui; Cream, Powder and Shaving 4 Sticks, all on sale Saturday, cacii I vC Brushes--just 1 5c Good quality Krusliea with extra fine bristles. Kegular Z5c Hoes on sale 1 C .Saturday...............................IOC Ladies' Fur Coats '..Ladles' and Sell Otler Coats, all this season's styles, tats well blended nnd ot first quality. Values In the regular v.ay tC7 EH ?S5 to 5100. Salurday I >9U Ladies' Corsets New mgdels in Indies' CorseU. Cut from fin.e iiuaiity and fitted Trith four supports and arc lace'trlrnmed. All sties.' V.'ort'n to J1.25. Pair I 3 C Lingerie Waists A table full of'Ladiei' Kine White Lingerie Waisls, dainty creations in Swiss Embroidery and Vallencennes Lace trimmed styles. OCr> "All sizes. Regular up to 11.50. Saturday wVw Dainty New Dresses Just opened up these stylish fine French Serge Dresses- tn. fawu, tan, navy and Copenhagen col- Cut with smart turn-over satin tfl QC collar and sailor's bow knot. Saturday Axminster Rugs Rich heavy pile Axmtnster Heaiher Rugs in Oriental, Persian atid Floral Designs. Beautiful colorings. Sizes 27x51. A mat Ibat CO OE worth 13.50. Saturday Plain Scrims Fine quality mercerized Scrims in ecm shades, plain color. Just alout 100 yards of this. 4 QA 40 leches wide. Per yard I9C New Dress Goods Twenty iifcces of these Xew Spritig Uiess Goods, Htriped atid laixed effects iu Grew T weeds: also a Sine of Priestley's plait) Herringbone Serg- PJ iu popular, colors as navy, black, hlrd Ll'je. nsahofiany and Karty Oak. 75c yarJ. Salurdav. ynrJ Cretonnes English-Wash Cretonnes for ha ings, etc.. in all wanted colorings, afi blue, rose, green effects- 32 inches iiaiurday, per yard Men's Combinations 11 en's heavy Wool Combiuatvpas Kloeed Krotch b'yJe, a perfect fitting warranted unshrinkable. All'siies. Regular il.50. Saturday, sarment. -wy, Men's Socks Men's plain colored aud beatJier mixed" Half In heavy Scotch Fingering yarn, "A 11-sizes. flbod value at 35c %1' Of) Saturday, 5 pair fo; Boys' Shirts Boys' beavy dull JCljaki Shitts in i.urn-dowu collar style, willi oue "pocket. A strong durahle Khlrt for hoys. Sizes to U. Regular SI.GO. Saturday Another Line Harvard fityle In Boy.v turn-down col- lar in light striped effects, good washing fahrits that-wlll-give lots of wear.- lo H. Regular 75c, Patent Boots Ladies' Patent Leather Boots in Emarr Bluciier stj'le, ratlltary heel and thin soleg. no toe-caps. A stylish and .comfortable siies1 i to 7.' Regular" ?3.50. Saturday, pair.. Ladies'.Blucher Boots P-adtea' Tan Calf pluciter Boots in Fifth Ave.. New York, style; high leir and high heels. AH sizes.' Regular 04.4A Saturday, per pair Men's Curlers Juat a few pairs or Ibese Men's L'urllne Klioes lo -clear out. Heavy felt uppers with rubljer aoies. Regular J3.00 Saturday, per pair Men's 1-buckle Overshoes Men'3 One Buckle style Overshoes." About -5 pair left. Repilnr OC Saturda? I .Cw 79c A Seasonable Special From The I'HON'E 613. Wine Department PHONE G13. 1 botllc Hudson's Bay Company's (icuuinc Old limn, guaranteed over proof, and 1 hplllc One Sliir Hrnnily for family and medicinal use. Combination ofl'er, 'i bottles for......C9 (JD Hudson's Bay Stores mJnbter churcli met Thuruliiy cvpnin ward patients (free) 3S1 j Mr. aral Mrs. Albert Annette, .Total number oi hospital days IJ7 Nineteenth Kt., N., for their gulnr monthly inteling. In spite tlic rxtrcine tol'l, some Uvcnh- inembers v. pro for the month 1335 01'j N'urtiljcr of iterations imdct general an.ieslhesia................. 13 lumber pE operations under. or nu nnae.str.psia Alter routine liad been and it was clecitird to j N'uinlin of patients treated in hold an Irish cor.cerl on Kt. I'alriek's j outdoor dnyt frtnies and ninnscnifMs'Number ol dressings nn This Will Remove Hairs From Face (Toilet Talks) beauty experts [he electric needle and arc firm using n plain dclatone paste to rcmuu growth3 because this method I; almost instantaneous and is entirely. rtevolO of poln. The paste is made mixing some powtlured delatons wIU water and this is applied to the surface for about 2 or 3 minutes, Iher nibbed off and the skin wathetl. Thh banishea every trace of liftlr and leaves the skin soft and H( sure to get the dc-Ialone In an orig- inal pat-kage. Advt haio "supjiort of tlie cillzona generally in whatever form entertainments they may devise (ot raising funds, ;