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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, February 11,1913 THE LETBBRIDGE X)AILY HERALD Page 9 Mrs, William Ingram, Fourth av-teniitt, has returned homo from Cal-Sary. *  � Mrs'.* C. H. Devin� and little son have been spending a few days 'with friends in the city. a   Mr. P. W. Downer, who is at present in England, expects to Sail for home on Saturday n�xt. � � m Mrs. Thomas E. Yulll and daughter, Jean, who- have been .visiting the' former's sister, Mrs. J. A. MacGregor, of . Wlnnlpiag, are �visiting various points en route home* *  * The .ladles of the city will be glad to know that the U�lie� Society intend holding another of their delightful teas on Thursday, February 20, at tl� Nursing Mission. Th0 last one, held at Westminter House, was a distinct success, and the ladies hope this onc will be equally 80, .and that the ladies will kKepthls date free'from other engagements. .�-,-.:..,�' *  . * The. G. I. A. to the 'B. of L. E. ideally entertained the locomotive engineers and' their wives, and also the resident c; p. 'rV officials and their wives In the odd*eilo,ws^ hall'last evening. MM.'J; Pi.MoLedd, Mrs;>J. H. Thomas and'Mrs. Qeorge Anderson formed the reception committee, and cordially welcomted the fifty guests present. The first part of. the evening took the form of a'progressive whist, Mrs. G. Cudoba and Mr. G. Anderson capturing, the: pretty, trophies. Doi^otby Alexander and Clifford Moth gave* several piano Ejections, among which was a cleverly played duet. The, banquet was. next in order, the tables being adorned with pink carnations, and ladSn with -delectable gpodies and having covers for fifty. ' Th* -chief rof.-.tna B. of L. B.,, Mr. Thomas Wardman, .was toast master, and called on the president, Mrs. J. D. MoL'eod, fo*r' the welcome from the Auxiliary. :. j Tlite toasts were (responded to as follcwb: 0ur B. ol I* E.-Mr. Thomas Ward-man. '-' � Our Offclals^-Mr. A. Smith, Mr. George Moth, Mr. A. Hall and Mr. E. Barnwell'. Our 5 Visiting Engineers-Mr. H; Chapman and Mr. C. Dixon. Our Railroad-Mr. T,-: *-"r '*> > .  Those Interested .are reminded of the meeting .of r the Chosen Friends which will he held at 3-.30 'this "waning; in the.S, O.. B. hall, after which' one of th�lr .enjoyable dances 'will be in order.  '.�.E..^jse delivered $ cje-fer-ly thftupi'olit ap^ss; ' '/The "AWkken-Ing 6i Chjha'"'''a1; Wesley Epworth League last 'hlght: A duet by"' the Misso's ' DJseif 4.ahd' a � solo by Mr. Toombs i^entmWtiviwJojr'edi'.--.: . An-ipt?ie^t|ng-\n*ejbin5 ol' St.'g'y- papers, 'haj-dgd 4f - hy /thj'-mwAert naming the;>^iraole, which, most iAt-' traoted ihenii)a)nd giving the reason. Mr. McMUlen's- cohimefitSff\\L', \- Able papers were.'road . \>y .Miss Shirley, .'Miss Patrick - and Mr! Striker,  ..',��... on Mendelssohn at the next meeting, and will'also render selec* tions from: the ��."Elijah." Wt:K.and Mr8:.:Bryah'delightfully entertained the 'members jaiid 'teachers of the Optimist and Youn^' Men,'-8.class of '.vyestminster Sunj|sy"i^ehopl���� last evening. Some thirty gu)6ftl's �tijoy.ed impromptu games of. various kinds, after which inviting viands woris served.  * .  � � The ladles of the Ladies' Cotta Society of St. Paul's First, Lutheran Church .are reminded of the meeting to be held on Thursday aftternoon at the home of Mrs. Weeks, 231; Fourteenth street North. ' MW. Weeks and Mrs. H. Nelson will be the hostesses. � � * TW& libtary social held In St. Andrew's Church last eyening; was most successful. The programme included vocal solos by Mrs. Horn, Miss Ten-nent and Mr. Taylor, two duets by Mr. and Mrs. Donaldson, violin solo by Mr. Lalght and a Scotch reading by Mr. Robert Johnson; while' the librarian, Mr. Thomas Donald, gave a short address. .,... , ' t i Dainty refreshment's- were served, and a, p.Ieasapt-'tim'e spent In games ^nd social Intercourse.    Mrs. Mcklllop wijl give, an address "Suffrage: Militant and Otherwise," at the meeting of the Woman's Civic Club, which, will be Weld in the Y. M. 0. A. auditorium on Thursday at 3.30 sharp. This will ' ����-i." '�"�'.� Number of patients attended: 26 Calls^DProfesslonai .. 77 ' Friendly.. ilg Business and investigation 15 Total ... .;� .. .... 210 Hour& spent at school,. ..,.*.; 20 Clothing has beep, received . from TVIrs.'BvanB, Mrs. .C/B1. Smith and Miss Bocker. ' ,; Clothing has been flveiam-illes; blankets given- tin onc .family, and fruit and medicine ;glven to on� woman. .: ; .. , Thb nurses'-registry' hasVhad five calla for nurses, of which three were supplied. � ,  ? * ? * � * * *'* * * PRAISE FOR MR. BUCHANAN Mm (From "Le 'Devoir/' Montreal) ... Nothing n�w.. happened, in the House today, on th� subject of the Bank' Act, The : members on the,leftside of the House tried their-besti to And some new arguments' in . favor of Inspection: by the1 government. The. members on1 the right did not take: much' inter-, estj. except Mr... White, - who .. .closed the debate and .added a few words to what he had already said regarding that legislation. But a do&enu ofrtheop*. position-'members .spoke , all > day on. that subject., The most reasonableone was Mr. Buchanan of-"ediclne  Hatj who spoke abou't^eh minutes. Ten minutes''is ?.raiher. short especially in:, the sH0uBe, where, generally, any member � wishing to e'xpresi '.hlmseii: to the House ona'snhjeot/needs at least half an hour,', Mr.' Bu^ chanan is of a commendable moderation. Young "'member, not yet Initiated, to -thft parliamentary mechanism, he  has not yet lost ithe .hp,b|t of^ex-pressing , very, .^clearly' and briefly lUs tli9ugUts|.v:He>'do6^ : not run to the..hahlt;.,b.f4ijiyingJ out some 'vtpfik ,v,o$yt .senpe-s'o, as to prolong ^urlng;!houts �!' an4-hours a dgh^m " * - J Journalist, .editor pf the Lath- , . bridge Herald,- he' ha* perhaps - learned,; in: the's.edltorKal/iroojnB ( that if 'hfrv^lnbtiirtinortant -things to sft,y it,*rather',suits to felVe a,sunjmary Jji'.ftYfl-lJnes.. instead ,0jt LwriOng'vW'-coTlumns -j-ptovid'eq that' 'the'.'jpi^alist hae the time -to "gi$r�Rto,>$Itv. arsflole .a careful a|t^utton; .a^ri.-, -BucJianan U'3jfavofa�i^ **> tije inspection oflba^lfs.W.fte'igQv.'",1 efnment, and does'''>niQ^,^l'sh-'to' see the mergiiig, of'b'a'nk.6 without any previoUs^seMu^ln-;:: qulry Wtfeefmidf^^jM^'A Utw of Finafjce,'! -,;� ' >'">� ? * *v^** 9 � � � As advertised-in yesterday evening's Herald, we commence to-morrow morning our Annual February White Goods Sale, Specially featuring Ladies' White Wear, Corsets and Blouses, Lace Curtains, Cottons, Loiigclotlis, Sheetings, Pillow Cases, Table Linens, .Table Napkins, Huckaback Towels and Towellings, Laces and Embroideries, This is not a sale of old stock, but goods, crisp and fresh from the world's best makers, and in spite of the tremendous advance there has been in the prices of all this class of goods, we have by t(he aid and foresight of our staff of European buyers, been able to secure these goods at closer prices than it has ever been our privilege to place before the shrewd and discriminating citizens of Lethbridge. The purpose of this sale is to demonstrate to you the tremendous value-giving power of this store and we extend a hearty invitation to all to come and share in this genuine economy event. These Offering in the Ladies' Wear Dept. on second floor Ladies' Whltewear is the principal feature in this department and in placiwg these goods before you we want you to particularly inspect the quality: of the materials 'ased, the excellent manner in which all the garments are. made and finished,!.and the handsome/ laoe and embroidery trimming used-all selected wltlj special consideration1 of the constanjt washing s class of goods always ha: to withstand. Infants' Whitewear in Splendid Varieties Corset Covers Ladies' Corset Covers made from a beautiful!}- -soft, full blenched English Cambric, trimmed with Swiss Embroidery or Torchon Lace Edgings, complete range of sizes 32 to 44. 9C-contains no linen or dress^ -ing: � Your choice of 32 or 36-Jnch widths at ........................................... 15c -*SP�~'~!S', -$ - --71 ;