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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THK LKTHHKIDGE.., DAILY HERALD KKIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1911 A SPLENDID SHOW OF NEW SPRING DRY GOODS New Embroidery Flouncings and Edgings New Silk and Lisle Hosiery New Dress Silks and Trimming Silks New Whitewear New Gloves New Nainsooks and Embroidery Cotton Extra Special Silk Values irvt: SU'ri. bpaulifu1. rirb quality in all rao rotpr? ii'jr'rc. A scM in jt 10 yard. NOW ON1 SALE HERE AT A Special Hosiery Bargain for Silk iVae qtii-slsiy silky finish, all size tooi.' A 4'5c ON SALE SATURDAY. PAIR 25c Small Women or Misses' Serge Dresses xt'v 14. -0- Mutli- in jir.etiy (ii gOLul (jualily Sorgo. colors vy- and saxe only. Price .-51.00 .....90c 4C> inL-li'Fli'iniH-iiig 28 inch per 18 inch Corset. Cover l-jnlinmloric't-. per ynnl 'Tiiini' in iiml look ilio t'ro.-li new Spring .Maicrinls. li's ;t pleasure io sliow tlioni. The Simpson Co., Limited TWO POLITICAL RIVALS IN SAME Sir Ueurpe Hois'room n Toronto Graeral llc.-i'i'.al. ll Is a romurkaWe turu ot events tliat Sir George licss and Sir Jar-H'a ex-Premier auil Premier of Ontario, keen political ilval.- for many vsars, EbouW both lying ill hi ILc Ufn- crjl Hospital, almost the corridor from each otber. IS GUI IN Field Became Heavy for One Bishop-r-Boundaries of New.WarJ L'arJslou, Feb. Ins Iccu toll lot ionip inohtLs tliat-nrirdstoa Ward ol the Church Jesus CLi ist uf Lat- ter Day Saicts was-too large voried oi'thbiough- character, Bishoy Duce is sure himur'uhd respect of all his peo- ple. The other ofliceis ol U.e waul are as follows Councillors lo llishop Duce X.ebulua.-W, JacoLs and AY. K. 1'iUher Clerk, J. Elmer Hams Young MI-D'S Mutual Improvement Association Nile Suprrin- t'eudeiit. J. Y. CLUJ Counullors, Jonathan Himt and Lawrence Hroun; Relief Society President, Mrs 0. E. Snow Councillors, Mis. M. A I'oAtnbs anil Mrs. M. Stoddaril Young Ladies' Mutual President, Vi. Duce Mis. Leslie Coombs and Miss ;k. Ueeder Primary President, Mrs. Krncst Councillors, Mrs. Julin Dow- ilaU and Mrs. J. Y. Card. The First ward wtt! have as its of- in addition to the Uislioiirte uaniecl above Sunday .School Superintendent, Frank Hrotvn Councillors, Jos. Lou and A. L. Smith; Y. L. M. 1. ciatioa President, Mrs. T. O. It helps with scores of dishes Inside a picket of Edwards' Soup cook lus the secret of scores of successful dishes. It is Edwards' Soup T.'Iiich "imparts that distinctive flavour to her IrVjp (hit puts S'jch i.ito Sjupthit gives such uoutishmcnrfsuch colour and siuh iubsEincc tu lidivards'Soup ttm forms the bjsis lor her hashts, JCcIvvjrJs' Soup thit llie UilUjnJ Coot gives I'.d-.virds' Soup iiatf-ar.-hoar niyic on ;hc EIJ-S ii's worth the lime uvicc ovtr. FDWARDS yxt' MUST them for werik LH 25c V it it pad 31 a 3 ;fckkrcrrof (IITICI j good fcrliuhii, I 10 b: i iriV So-a ii gooi is cf gcoi l fyr loo Three Tomato irrd Whltf. Of illwhokule reiiH Grocery tlf, TO BE HAD FROM WHOLESALE'AND RETAIL GROCERS EVERY- WHeRE. 'A. H. ESCOTT CO. LIMITED., WINNIPEG, REPRESENTATIIVES FOR MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN AND ALBERTA. .cb. it has befn rumored for oicr a year anl toibc >-v-c Mrs Councillors, Mrs. Clay Van the ward was' tbibc divided, .follow-' Jim's the plan of ;RiyEOiid Vard, which dlenwn Councillors Hurt and Jos. Low Youns; Adam Gcd- LEAVITT Ltaviu, Alta.. Feb. lore part ol this since tbe sn have bad rather a cold tfef the-'tlieTiEoaetor registering 30 grees zero. Following this we were with a weft vrtcd, with. the. re suit' that srent drifts cf fiOfr ma'j- be seea'ii.tbc holloivs io itie east ol ihe jwltid deposited it. On Tliuicdaj' when the wind ivas at its Jieisht. ine the air "irith of SIOK-, the HeraM representative tad cioii to drive scse miles wtft to tbe-Bell? Hlvcr across tbe B Infliaa Reserre. The cattle iiad va refuse from the storra in uu Tnrs- along the'banks atci amone ibi. irees o: the river. Son-.e ale were huddled together cm tho PII lira trie, and it probably voull liave been a'great luts iu the fv I do- me n bad the storm cotitinued. In jjosittOQ soiue had already lain down fiiily to become revered with tnow. In such a Etorni.-'were it not for the tunerlor ir.Elinctj the Iio7ce, a over suca couDtrj" TrVO'Jld b tremely perilous. "A Ciieerful was I'laycJ to :i large autiience at Leavitt on Thurs- was weii suopo'rled by Miss Hazel Lcaviu as Flora Boomer, handolfjh played by Mr. Leavitit. 1 Jlr J. Stutz was Rev. Kzra Stig- jffiLS. aod Alice Baker ivas Lucrptia jSprlgsins. Mr. Chas, Broadbeat H. Broadbent .as Guy McGufftn. and General Boomer, and Miss "May Ixsiv- ill, lakinj tiie role of Birdie were all eicellem. will Mountain View and this week. f Word has jiitt been rcceired from .Mrs. Wiiilard-D. SorenEoo, of is at present in bis fourth year was divided .about' jwo'. 5 eats ago. The old Sunday school oi. over. 600J and to-house this great oce -tuildiag basement iu the Sandsy.'schoorfwii held.-'was al- together also found ihat the had quite too look alter, Eonie 210 lor pastoral ;With' thesr facts belore oi Owen Urown Kelttf Socictv Presi- dent; iirs. Martin Woolf; Council- lors, Hen Layton and Mrs. John Holmes; I'rirnarr: 1'rtsident, Mrs. A. McCtue; 'Councillors, .Mrs. Bite- man, and .Mrs. metfca! course at stat- ing that due to inflammatory rheuma- tlsm. lie has' been uoable to pursue _ "hie for the past four COLONEL Cov- criior of the Facama Canal Zoae, lay. .lar.'jary Altliouili plaved by jiiuaceurj, it wfeut with snirit antf Mr. Morora Allen, In the title carrLcil the part of well. He vision io the'uaidfVaad' the teqi'utst- of tie ward The last- Sunilay at in the Wood, president of pce- sided. loifae Sec- ond street whfth- runs along the cast side onVihs from Mr. Sorer.Eon wun he graduated at the Western Medical College, o! Lon- don, Ont., with the completion of this term, when examinations are success- fully passed. Therft was a primary ilanct at Leav- Ht on Saturday afternoon. The child- ren of the wtre and partjcipated in a dance given by the officers of the Ward Primary association, ice cream was sold, the proceeds going to defray current ex- penses. Mrs. Willard Sorenson, Hie bad the affair in charge. THOSE' RESIDENT IN PHILLIP PINES WANT ENTRY TO v UNITED STATES PRACTICE TRUE E C 0 N 0 MY BUY BLUE RIBBON TEA You gpl more U'M Tor your nail that will 'delight liy its o.y Stnrl I'nis Advcrtiierr.ent'with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The iieit cook book for use in Western Canada. Write name and aedress plainly. the Uiood east of the C.l'.n: ( l.eq's' Creek. All the lir.e and air across Lte'-s Creek-will-be reck- oned in the SecomCward. All west of this slreel and Lte's Creek will be in the First! ward: The new Temple .will 'First ward. There will-be evac'tly, 105 (amilies io irh ward. For the present the Tabernacle will serve as a meeting housed for tlie al- ierr.oon and evening services oi both wards and .services will be held con- jointiy. All auxiliary organizations such as Sunday school, Im- Manila, Feb. 6.-British East In dians to the number ol three hunrtrex at a meeting .here lodav protested against the action oE the authorities in refusing thtm certificates enabling [hem to proceed to the United Slates. The speakers declared that they did not claim free entry to Am- erica for Uritish Indians, but 'argued that those now in the Philippines were entitled to admission to thn Un- led Slates. One of the orators said that the local subjects of King George had hecn insulted hy the im- migration authorities both here and in the United Slates. do people of Lethbridge eat so much PORK; SAUSAGE they know they can rely on them being made from choice Alberta-fed Pork and Pork Only if they buy them from The Westminster Market Phone 1O5S Price 2O Cents per Pound provement Associations. Relief Soci- eties, I'rirnary associations, etc., in the Second ward will hold their meet- ings in the Assmblv Hall. The base- [nent oi the Tahernacle will serve, for he time being (or similar' organiza- ioas( in First ward. The Tabernacle j s' a 'Stake edifice and as such should lot iic used for distinctly ward ser- will ultimately reel meeting pbces oi its own. DisLop -J. T. Hrnun continues !ishon ol lie First ward and will as councillors Chas. Hurt and B. Hvown. In flic Second ward. p. new .had tri be chosen mar. s-rlrclfd Mr. Vr'Hiiam Diice. To liave an lionor and such as this 'erred one by his church is in small inattei, and Mr. Duce is to be ilerf upon his His was the i.auic f, r tic office. A man'of irrcjiro.u'iianlc Proceedings are-being taken to un- seat F. D. King and J. H. Slrachan from Aylmer, Ont.. council. G'eNERAb OEV ESTflp.O PREStSIE tS VAllCO. At POBUOOIi, CENTAVQa "1 it Jt ,VJ- 'i f s _ I- r_- -J f fljlLt- _ I I PAPER MONEY FOR MEXICAN reproduction of a scnt to Mr. Jeck de Roiilac of Toronto by his brother in Kl I'aso. These are of worth only while Villa controls (lie district. At another stage he cda roll ot copper wire and cut i( into two cent pieces. A centre It about half a cent. In DENMAN of Australia, aiitiouncfd In Itilrmllon to re For Your Sunday Dinner Special This Week Turkeys Ducks Chickens All Choice Young Birds Grown in Southern Alberta and Fresh Killed DELANYS, LIMITED Office Phone I 522 Store Phone ;