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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FEBRUARY 7, 191 I THE LETHBUJDCK DAILY HEKAI.U PAGE NINE from Head to' Foot. liclieJ and Burned. Disfiguring, Face and Arms Worst, Cutiotra Soap and Cuiicura Ointment Cured. X. "Wfcffl M lie fiaJ jMo l.ici ury muck. Tim ury un-1 bo v us covtfod fioin Load to WESTMINSTER! SCHOOL ROLL OF HONOR TUe (Jalt-tLiitfi school rcpoil lor th.1 "was :is V.--yitsl honors1. bard SlalhMi. Frank Aihi Kcj-ttr. ilcU-n Craven, Joseiih Siiiiin. Klj'jM NVyHc, Mary Kut. (ilrtdyi; I'fit- Milk Uicra" Huclur.au. Uradu Itailley, Maiijartl llmil'.p. Magfi.'- .-.M.V tho Uood It woalil [iiiuloa uinlUTy tore wblch rijrilgurAl him. w ort t was hi J faru an J iirccs. triitl a many iMrnm udvuoiul IJUI.M no he JM r.u U-ltw. Jjut a white 1 tlio'-jftt I u-y C'jiliun ftxiiiand Ointment jr.d tad only Ilji-iu M'tc up :vn J uuiiv oit ami Mayltf, J'JID. t'cr HackUcads itm flawing ii tifisl rSivlli treat mrul: (icnily Kiu-ar iho putts with i nt't tnanm-m la At oili-r IliuM jiihi li Toiu I.- A. U. ('.uncimi tiiuilo l.ur.urri: tjrace Mi-Leary. Ji-uu Uu'jc-ri IJ.'ik' WHJii' tirant. Walter Cuok. KVne-i -Arthur' Hurtiaii- an, Arthur Stanley liar- srvitvp-. Marjury-Hinilij, Daisy Mary Haney Si-rond .'l.tss honors: Annie Water- houbf. Klnr.t (.'alii. Viuuria Kitdlfy. Lin- i-aNon. Iti'tb Jliown, Katfi- k'eii riist-cKt-is. houora: James t'lLiux-it, Hilda Mori-is, Nt-my FunneU. j .JoC; Pu.'IlP, OHvfr x-jt oi I'JDhtiam i-ul in St. Imtlt witii Ilcv. CaSe-jiy. vho "i Church at !s on Mi--. right, at the rectory. !y :nuslc, anil XsSih encores. Iloor In ex- cellent ijujntr.ic were to the utt.noat. Tho hail and r v.ere dec- very aiitly lor tt.y occasion, iiislgnSa. of red and bluu buntinK, and nere laelily ariuugedj ujp jjaii a very Ijrii'.lint aiiitearMi- c. T.'3S scried at 'mtduUhi in the yart oi the tables filled three titncs. An was utrved, and with the music supplied so kindly of the Mafon- Oy a Ylclrola, leaned by Jlr. Piano Co.. ers dined in ecbtir A very notion i-ji addition of a chukE' cn. The much comfort to il iu-d danc- future iJit- room and kiu-h- roajn iitovidcU jo in i-elng ami without able to go con fusion. The, Oddfel'jov.s ,nre to be uliled on tlieir gno-j uiaiiapcment and For the Bride 1 No jrift is rnoic acceptable1? nart. Pcmetr.bcr tint J84J ROGERS BROS. it the original "Rogeii." h i "Sifatr Plate iliat Wtan !S. I.M Oradc. I -Ih.oJ f'nihh Vere, "SKmn CuntiingliLsni; Sfuvr Ninitnoiia, Grade Uryan. Ueorie Maud Moore, Klsle Tuibot. Ittsslo Anna Harold WiHtts. Hnzel Held, flehui-ca llilcy, Andrew iTosnri. An- nie Iloi-r, l.HLIaii j" w. McS clJt-H, Itownrd rila Water-' Nlarfiarot Tennant: IJesslc A mueiing of the lltn's Own" Will he hold In in tr.s tor Chnrcb bu Huti- ai 1 p.nil Rev. C.1. K. .Mnpnicg, Home Missions lur Canada, is expected to ;iddrcsE. Subject, "Avt '-.ni.ihJig -Mrs. P. Alexander n-.sctiiiss-or IbeVTVIuu's Own ure of iifc, JjrlslU and lie'aHv "brchekiraThi iil-' djacussioii. j't Is aunanuccjl-lliat Mayor tHn.adiifeES ori. 1st, ihat ojieh' Ejinilay -for the ladies to aiiend, A cal [irojjrani :js Icing' drraiigetl for tl'at ridtc. Th'c committee uish (o Ihank the Excelsior Male Cliofr Tor the excellent iivogram given the Mt'ii's Own faet KOntlsy aiid fiir iho splendid way. they hinieil oui in spite f oJ tlie riitifit] weatUer. j Charlie .Kmi- II.1 roni. Fred'-' Holmes, (frisedalc, Mary Bagalia, Kotnr, CJorOon CLarcst, Dai JO Haripse, Olio Clicniclii, Hlaitiey Kerat'.ey, Xor- rcanTallon, Clclliujil.. r Alex. Hals- ton, Frank Xawinseil, John TaHJDt, Juhii" Al-igaii Junior-rGc-orge Kruosf.inciJ- n.ur, Amiis JCotarrSarfih Alice iieleii Misa Tiic Hay Atlilcsii; associa- litiu hold ;i ovenluR on nlshl In Ciclr i-rc-tty lea rooh'ts tn" honor of Mr. A. leaves shortly to akc c'ftarae ui the Kdmoutou braiich. lifid v-vjy for tlie early iiart of tbo ci-'enii-V- va? followed by a n'JuiljtT of musical selections, of vocal solos by Miss M. [Van lleckc iiiid 3lwsra. K.' J. Koeii [anil A. 1--- Dark; vinlin anA a rcuitation by Mrs. Snell. -Mr. JJod- luati was then presented with a gold fob by tlie members ,of the Ray Siaff, Hie prcscntaUon Leitig nsade by Mr. II. T. Carr. .The of dainty refreshments con- The teachers and officers of Knooc Sunday school are feiniily asked to at- lend a In the u-siry at foui1 p'clock tomorrow attenujon. Tli'e Guild o'f SI. >lan-'3 chnrc-h will mett pu aftemcEn In the Parish hali at throe o'clock. 11 is hop- ed tbat ah the members ivil! be IUT- seiit to nake final rtrrangemetiis for Valentine social on Wednesday, February 11. ft- t I Tomorrow will lie u. day of special 1 Interest. cb-.ircli. wlicn the annual niiSEJnnary services will be I coiiduclci1- sfeicci-bv Iiev._C. of To: j rotito, Held secretary of Homo Mis-! sions for Canada, who will speak at both services, also address ilie school at 3 p.m. These address ea wilt replete with up to UMe in- forrnatioti, and -wiil ]to doubt bo lienrd by congresalionB. hiterystiug ihronetd visitors Friday s furnislicd; nod ;lhe annual for home foreign mission work Ended'the iileaEunt affair. t J. R. neuter's honte duT i slie was form-'! eiving hourf, I ally at home for the firs! tlrue tliis Ueasun. In profusion {grantly adorned drawing loom, j la .Ic.in John Pctrnnor. 'Mfly'-liron Teacher, Miss Herringer.' Fhado1 "The Family Frlrrd for years." A ncvrt telief fiT Cro-.o ard ?ce anil, wiiJi lonoUoK of blue and en.i -with iihik. The tea laile was at- tractivQ and nrftty, centreu a cuC vase of HirhmoiKl roses on a, reflccto'n .while vases of red and ivhlle tulips were placeil v.-ilh he D. A. Simpsou, wlio. onrc-d n hecoin- ing coslurne of jdnm creai.' ucroF.sorJes ami hat to match, "wbile Mr.-. Ciinu. who served Hie wag t atulsomely sowneJ in Hack" charm- pnr.e, touchrd with ivhite, aii'3 white1 hat vrilh lilat-k idurnc. Miss Ivy 'who wore a dninly creation of allover lare nnd white hat, I'.isicd Ihc Ua iiour daiuties." z As rt Eticial MILT liall .Tint 5upper given in the. K. 1'. ball last evening eclipsed all others field in iirevljiis years. One hundred ami peveiiiy.fivc couples enjoyed tho i dancing wiiicli com in one eel iirontptly at nine and ended at four. fnnileltcd excellent ship the Misses Lin- Rartl. Ureatbe an Eveiling Blcsains" [Bcti- necketl; solo, Sliss _ i Tiie Music and" lirariiatic art section j of the MiLlliesis TV HI inset protnti.'iy at a i (lorter to three, C. H. Young, avenue Soutb. St. Cyprian's will hold a lit- ciary evtisiHc; OD Monday night, when Shakespeare's "As You L-ike H" :ic drainatizcJ. A hearty invitation is ktcmled to ail young Tlie "Sir Alexander Call'' chapter of 10 DsuKblcrs of tiie Kin pi re was formed in I.ethSridgo bti Friday allor- noon, after a very eutbusiastij meet- ing Veld at iho liome of Mrs. J. O. Wil- son, yome fifty ladies gathered to hear an address on tbo alms and work of tlio Daughter.1? of the Ei..plre, dellv- crcd by Mrs. Sycnce, honorary i2lng secretary 'of tho DauRhters of the Kmpire for Alberta. Mrs. Syence WRS tnlrotlnceil iti a short, address by Mrs. J, 0. Wilson. Tho speaker gave an IiitonEt'iy loyal and patriotic ant wotk the flsg on Ibc Import- women and After Supper Sale to 10 o'clock to-night Wise buyers will be here bright and early to-night Splendid lot of -seasonable and fashionable goods go on sale at prices that are in a great many cases but small' fractions of their real value. Here they are-- Neat glass Flower Vases lOc Low price on Wool Toques I9c KuttteJ Wool To'iUM il. smart style? for li.Jir3. ailsVes an-1 1'lain colors of navy, rodj bruivii, etc.. a rangi1 or combina'.iou totors. one-'price tn- TualgU IOC Special prices on_ Men's fine Hand- kerchief s-4 for 25c Men's Kicelda Ki-autifu! Eofr mtri'ei finish, laigo size. Plain white centres with colored borders, also polka dotted centers with colored bor- ders. Vttde.range of color ef- fects. Regular i2Uc each. 1 for 25c Men's heavy work boots lieaw hand made All Leather Hoots. Coloia ian aud black. styJes. A splen- did slice for tlic outdoor luy man. Sizes S, 30, II only. Regular Tonight LADIES' BOOTS Two styles of to go an'salb tonielit. Sinarl wlmtr modeif. One style Is In Vici Kill, Hal pat- ent lips, low Meal lioo! for school sirts; 'tie oilier lice is i" li'Jiimi stvie. Vui Kid, eunmetil lovs. pat- ent lips and lias liigli A t-learante of and {3.00 values. Sizes 2, aiul 3 In the lot. All cue price Pressed glfidi F-osfer in neat lieaiKts. 'Fancy average heigbt 9 JDS. Tonight, Vases tops: lOc Glass Mustard Dishes-just Scents Mustard Dishes, with corer. In neat pressed tlasa On sa1e tonisbt Q each OC Saturday night treats in the Groceries LARGE JUIC-V Three cases to go on sale to- nighl. Regular S5 Per dozen LICORICE, ALL SORTS, per pound. ALL VARIETIES GOOD AP- pounds for 20c lOD AP. 25c Hand Bags New flyle In (.adLes' Hand in handsome EQt'i! 'leather biacit only. Ltoed Uirougbout with Sllbaline. Made with six- jnrh frame and leather Regular T5c 33c Hudson's Bay Stores NO HOUSEWIFE, IT SHE KNEW THE VALUE OF MILKSTOCK TsaW nHk En Sit- chcc. It Is ira re MILK in a POWDERED Jcrm. Undiluted, tic h> W. E ESCWT C WTNNWEG, MAKFTOmA CANADIAN MfUC CO, LTDS T9AO9TTO DISTINCTIVE one en the left is of wine-colored satin relieved with black; on ihc right, of navy hlue moire willi detachable chem- isette. ing ihcy were invited to the dltiinjc room, where afternoon tea was serr. ed, the hostess being assisted hy Mrs. Undsar. have to do as British subjects, and FO cnthiiFed is Mrs. Spence wiih the greatness of the work, that she elec- trified her atrdience lo such n decree that nt tho coitclusion'of her speecli there no fiueslion as to vrhelhCr a chapter Fliouhl bo organized here, hut Fimply the question of electing of- ficers, etc. Mrs. Snencc said in part: 'The Daughters of the Ktiijiirc was Iho first women's Imperial and patri- otic founded in the Bri- tish K nip Ere. H was found crt in 1900, b'.it to Canada belongs the honor and of havEpg Instituted Kmpire Day, May Tho Idea waft cnucelvcd NIAGARA FALLS IN rct.rnt Iicmy (roRltf, Klugr.ra Fnlls linn afaiimrrljls uislonmry fey iif, nnd Ift'riuw tlir- show place of N'orth America for fioni tho Kail 8 i inter fourlstti. bring hrciighi uvcr how slie forges the patriotic chain whirh wfil bind [he races of Japanese. ChtncKe, Teutonic ract-B of the north- ern DoukJiohorf, Persians, Poles anri others, who are drifting to her Ehoroa, into loyal subjects. In the Jiands of Ihc women lies Hie instruc- tion of children, and Great Uri- lain depends on tlie chllilron, Eomor- IOWTS men. and women, for her fu- ture glory. "Every British subject has a splen- did heritage in being a member of lhat Empire, where man can worship as ho jilcasfs. "Micro every slave is free and every prisoner can obtain Justice. "Imiicrial wtiily ts t'16 mainspring of the order of iho UannMcrs o: tlie Mrs. Spcnce etkcthcly reriterl by a woniati In Hamilton, n member of'Scott's "Hrtathfti tliere a man with iho Daughters of the Kmiilrc. that tiinre mrgni to bo a scncol day over, entirely to patriotic, and. "Jt's oniy olrl bit of bunting." After Si-oner's a'ldro.ia Mrs. and ?onga. She went to the Minister of Oalgnry, told some' of KilucAtion in Ontario nnd the day thing of itin wort of the cbapter lo wns observed llirougboul Ontailo, and now It ia kept tbrongbont the KmpJre. "Tim of (he Kmrire Is a Tion-jiarly and tmdenomlnalional cEety, anri its aim la 'One Flag, Ono Throne, Ono KmMre." The Guild of Ijoyal Women of South Africa, which is hilled lo the Daughters of Emjiitt-, have- limn .energy and money In drcoiating the cr.ivc's of BrHIsli and Canadiftn soldiers, which hnvo been unniDrked. Canada makes' up one-third of the flrHlsh KiupEro.'nnd eves arc on Canirchi; ValcMns l.er uiarvpllons do slie belongs hi Fo'toivlng this the oTHcerfi were cl- ud. as follows: Mrs. 0. W. IloMnfon. Viret vice-resent, Mrs. A. ilnch' Tlinrsday of eacii at four o'- clock, in the Y.M.C.A., and lo make the fee one dollar a year. Every lady present joined tho chapter, each hav- ing to declare before so doing: "I nm a loyd rutjef t of King Oeorgo V., and agree lo abide by the consti- tution." Votes o? t bonks were jessed lo Mrs. Spciicc for litr excellent address and executive work, and lo Mr5. J. O. Wilson for the use of her home. As tho ladies gathered for the Dcath of Mrs, Whlteh'earf death occurred yesterday of Mrs. Isabella AVhltehead, mother of Mrs. 0. Mead, at the residence of the" latter, Mrs. 53 years of ago and hail been 111 for sometime. She resided at Moylc, D.C., moat of the time, anil Hie remains will he taken there for hurlat. Resides lier husband deceased leaves to mpuni her loss four sons, George and Jerr.es of Moyie, Willlan of Silverton, B.C., Joseph of Stettler, and five Mead of Uthbridgc. Mrs. Mc- Tavisli of null River, U.C., Mrs. M. llonner of IMoyle and and Mrs. Albert Foot ol'Stetllt-r, KM end Mra. UMIV A.'R Stafford. -Mrs. Slnrnos. Mrs, I, a. H or. i Tlio first ere bv acrlnmallon, Attcr fln. liitiTestirig 'II unanlmoiisly agreed to .taH'-the rclopiucnt rinil'Vapid growth. The thapter (he greatness of t'iinliila will dd'onii on 11 'was decided lo" meet tbo third ;