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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FBHHUAUY 12, 1914 THE HKHHiE DAILY IIEUAL1) PAGE N1NB MILADI Edited -.So- Rcs.1115 Office 1224 I'LliXTV OK KOOM li.eie's plfuly cl room at the top, they say, Mrs fulmar, Mrs.. D. Caniiibell. Mrs. W. M. Camyuell. .Mrs. Leather, Mrs. A. II. Allen, Mrsi J. J. And ttere's plenty of room below, i nell. lira. LaValee. aua Miss Wilson There's plenty of ruorn for xvork anil land Mlaj Tljomaa nieuly of room to to work slid have my PIJ I'm uoin lun. Ar.d I'm Ar.d I'm is dur.f Wherever I chance to tnil ilir spoil; to grow till growth I A quiet but pretty solemiiiccd in the Church of toe Transfiguration, York, on Mon- day. February 2, when Miss r'loseuce Muy llayson became the wife of Mr. Oeorge Meaton Sauuiiern of Ltlh- lirldge. The- ceremony was ]ierlonn- Abou' ur wurry me not cd by tlio'Hevl Cieorfie C'larko Ilo'jgh As long as I the. pate, I ton. Anil tin Hit best with (he cliaiu-o I've! Mr. and Mrs. Baur.ders have a'rrlv- jei! In the. city from N'cw York, and j will make ihetr future home here, i Mr. Saucdere Is sales agent of iho j Canadian Coal ar.d CoVe ('o. I In juy-onn'particular plan-. Nosiest tomorrow: Mrs. Malcolm Young. Mrs. lioland A. Crawford. N'ot receiving toriiorrow: MrB. Duff ami SUrnes. hui r.eit Friday Instead. Mr. anil Mrs. V. El Green returned MEG A pretty wedding was '.ho home of Jlrs.-J. llartletl. 1601 First avenue Xorlh, at nine-thirty on Wednesday evening, when Miss Sua- an Sbnne. ICll First avenue Xorlli, was united In marriage to Mr. Thorn-j yesterday, after spending a week ni o! Conquest, Bask, j Medicine Hat i-1 The nuptial tnot was by.llev. H. ,.rj Elmer Green. Lindsay entertained ai Iridge this afternoon In honor of Mrs. Wolley-Doil of Calgary. t Miss Erfie Wallace Is eulertalnlng evening at cards, Seven taolcs Mr.. ilrs, Megaw left on Ihi midnight train tpr liieir lioms In Conquest, Saeb. ADVIOB TO Kditor Ulhlridge Daily Herald will le in piav, and a danre I is a copy oi a little pitce of vlii be enjoyed' later by the euesiB -advice which would like (o SEC pub- t ii you see way clear to Thoso interested are reminded ol the and aortal in Wesley this evening, when M, dt> i.Tonilir.v- nr suked bv s toS tbe "lanlst' girls ol louav are in.lulging In games niake-h" before n wHdl rightlnlly ouly belong to uoys. Such Es hasteltall, liockey, la- t'rosse and cricfet are fine lot de- l.eihbrldge audience. Mr. y- 0. Ilydo Is entertaining at veloping tho muscles but- they prove bridge tomorrow evening, compli-1 coarsening .to a girl, loi> mascu- mentary to Jlrs. Wolley-Dod, of-Cat- 'line lor the gentler with the re- eary. I suit ol a stifi carriage, long strides and thick ankles, instead oi the grace- Orade XL of.the High 6chool en- tulDE3s tliat ls loolica lor in jschopl saiil declElvciy-that: TV'. R. ot iwalk1 in" -ol swimming a four-table bridge last e'v'enlny. In in 'summer with "occasional" tennis, is courtesy to of Cal- 'quite enough exercise, for, a girl who gary, who is. with Mrs. Wilson, jwill he called upon; grown-up The pretty favora were won by Mrs. idaya lo fulfil'the ordinary .tasiis ol Mrs. Hceveand-Mr. New- combe r -Mrs. Arthur Young was responsible women and 'mothers.. My reason for writing this was not particularly to point out tlie as much as to show girls-that, serious- injury is oft- for Hie most successful evening that f thc rf5ult .Hltrc lias been held In Macleod this year !s-' f1 here ir, Leth- when last night 8U0 threw ope-n he bas r.Kdvpd "orn palatial ruldenco to a Eun.her of her rough galn" lhls S0lt' wero decorated wl.n red plssihly rL.K In white carnations, and at, mid- physically injurious. night a delightful lunch vas served. There u-ero seven (nblcs In play, luc mg K creation iny Vrlzes helng won by Mrs. Struthers for points; Mrs. -W. C. A.-Jloffntt for tone-hands, and1 Mrs. Rosamond, the _consolation. 'Those sufficiently for- tunate lo be present were: -Mrs. H. O.' Mathews, Mrs. B T. B. Martin, B, P. McNeil, Mrs. I-ieecher, Mn. jr. E! Orey, Mrs. (Jeo. Skeldlng, Mrs. J S. Mrs. H. Nyblelt, Mre. B. nohcrer, Mrs. A. Clubs and Societies The Flower Guild will visit tf.o hospital as usual at. 3 o'riork (ornorrbw aftcrcoon. The First Jiaptist- Ladies' Aid mrt Wcdoesilay aiterriooii with J'lrs." Jle- W. Kalner, Jlrs. Fraser. ac( J .A goodly number weie pres- ent ar.d routine business was trans- were served WHY WORRY FURTHER ABOUT THAT DINNER? LET US HELP YOU Coma 4n here today and we will show yon some of (lie delicious rr.eali dial nre nleasing other successful housewives In thin lown. The Lethbridge Meat Market Phone 635 John Murphy, Prop. FIFTH STREET Oppoilfe Sherman Theatre The Junior Guild of St. Mary's church will put. on tie plays, "Tho Greatest (lilt" anil and the lltast" ar.d aiso other'skcfctics in Unity Hall on llic- evening ol Febru- ary 2Uh, commencing at seven-thirty. These attractions are hcing ,ly tchraisfd hy Ih'e (Inild members 'and will no doubl he well worth hear- ing. f. Westminster Ladies' Aid mci on Wednesday afternoon with .Mrs. Uurg- manp with a Rood attendance. H was decided to liolil .1 tuarjicd Imlirs' onil a married men's coricctt on tno first and second Tuesdays in April. The serving of dainly refreshments con- cluded thr allcrnoon. The ladies' AW of Ihp. Christian churdi met on Wednesday afternoon al the Iioine of Mrs, Farrow for their monthly business meeting. Phns for the future work of the ont-, it also ilpci'ded "fo lake up C. W. H. It. work anil organize that department to meet monthly. Inviting refreshments were by the hostess, v.lien a social hour was enjoyed. One humUril sat to. tl.e.Valen- tine supper, served in Kt-. Mary's parish hall nn H'crtnesilay evening by the Ladies' Uullil. The hall anri tables looked very festive with fit. Valen- tine tavcu. A sriioaillil program followrd the supper anil consisted nl duds by Mrs. .Inckson ami Mr. K. .larkson, jr., nnd .Messrs. FotJ asid italsall, solos by OUR GREAT FEBRUARY WHITE GOODS SALE AS ADVKKTISKD in lasi uveuiug's liie new Wliiic shod ilieir wrappings si nil go on fulp m 9 o'clock tomorrow morning-. arc- specially Ladies' White-wear, Hloiisi-s and Corsets; Embroideries, Cottons and Madapularns: Lsice" Cm-tains. Scrims. This is not.i sule of old slock, but till fresh, up-to-dsuc, desirable murchimdise. The looms nevprtiirmid out prettier or finer white goods than this year's styles, all tbo newest ideas o.f the world's best mannt'fu-tnrers. Tn spite of the groat advnnco in prices of all lliis class of we have, by the aid and i'orcsighi of our European Buying Agency, been able to secure these goods ai closer prices than it- hits ever been our privilege to'placc before the buvinif rmblic of this city. These Whitewear Offerings in the Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Department on Second Floor. Corset Covers 23c Ladles' Corse! Coven, made Iron a beau- tifully toft, full bleached English Cambric trimmed wiiii dainly luce and embroidery edgings, eouplelp range of sizes 32 to 44. Regular 3Bc. While Ocods Sale Price COC Ladies' Drawers 23c A splendid line of Ladles' Drawers, cut Mill hemstitched, Irlll, a vhlo range of styles in the lot, made from good wear- lag and fine quality English Cambric. All sizes 3n the White Goods Sate Price..........fcOC Dainty T. Aprons 23c Tbesa dainty styles In Ladies' Tea Aprons in plain muslin and dotted designs, ir.ade wlth'neat frill; aUo a Hue In fine mualtn button bob stiu-heii around with embroid- ery sprays. White Gcoda Price Night Dresses white rnusHn XEght. Urcsaes In slipover stylo, cut with short ek-cvea aud trimmed with Jaltiiy hce. threajel wUU bebe ritbon. Kino quality AH Goofls Sale Price OOC White Under Shirts Well made garments Ihe correct uar- row fitting Bhapes. U has a 5-inch frill of Kwiss embroidary; fine quality carabrJc, this a regular fl.BU skirt. Ooods Sale Price. WWV -Other lines ajKiclolly priced at and ?3.2o. Princess Slips PilncesE Blips In sheer quality material iu vide range uf styles., dainty trlnimlngs ol Torchon laces and SnJss em- broidery edgings. Every one a Hfiecial this prEce. Goods isale Price 9Sc This pretty style 75c Another line of ladles' Xight Uresees of ejkceplional merit, made from fiuo soft cam- bric, the style la tucked yolo, linen lace, long sleeves and open front. Dainty stylei that will appeal to all-- Wilts Goods Sale Price.......... (OC These washSkirts latest -tylcs in While Wasi SklrU. iiiaterlals are fine'quality English Repps: skirts are cut In narrow Siting els with high waist line. There's'style, fll. and comfort In every one of these skirls Regular 43.00. White Goods tif Prico I Corset Special 79c This is a range of several dlKereut llcei of Canadian well known brand In th'e lot. Not every al-e in every style but nearly all siies represented Latest models, line quality jean and Sateen' Uorth up to JL50. Whits Goodi Sale Pries 73C These Whitewear Specials for the Little Folks Children's Fine Drawers 23c Children's fitie quality Ufaivers, fiDislied in neat hcmetHched styles. Good wearing quality materials. Sizes 2. 4, 6, 6, Goods Sato Price Infants' Gowris 68c Eine Cambnc .for. exlra poft fioished ganneut, .ed yolte of lace or ombrplderyv Gobds .gMe Price-...... ANOTHER LINE Children's Dainty Night Dresses and Whlta Flannelette NigW ODWCB lor .children, miterlala are gpoil Quality and extra soft flnlsu, trim, "rnca wftH frills and Torchon lacea. fast- ens' iip toe Goods Sule Prico 5i7es in flos ijuallty Slips fjr- cbiin-, ren. wide range of styles In the lot; put: -iip In three lots for quick selling. White Hoods Sale. .y These Pretty Little Dresses 99c Children's fine and sheer Muslin Dress- E3 in white, neat'tucked atyles. Sizes 2, i, S arid 10 years of age; a rariBty of odd lines in this range _ While Goods Sale. Pries .......99 C Infants' Barricoats Extra Special 50c :4 Infsnt4' Barricoats in line Imported al) with silk Van Dyke edge; a- line plain tape bound edges All special Cfl r Gobda Sale Price OUC A fine quality infants1 (lowns.' QfltX White Goods Sale O9.C T INFANTS' -BINDERS Binders In :'all wool, iQ plain and shaped bands I9C BEAR SKIN HOODS Just a few Children's Bear Skin Hoods left. Dainty BtyleE. White Goods SaU Price wOC Style Lingerie A.llB'taiilc'.ot beautiful !lace ciibrblderj' Irlmmtii styles, .all 'th.e'v'seiiBc-nV lines.' High- and Ic.V'.'nockV, .ihor! and long -sleeves; 'also a lino o heavy drill blpusen; with sailor. Vpl' lars. J1.75 values.-' QC A Goods Sale Prico wvw Worcester Corset Sale A.ajiecla'l line of famous noyal Worcester Corsets, cut from line Batiste, 'hid hote- BuppoHs, long'skirts snd low .'bust; wasou's latest model. This is saline that is'easily worth Price................ Smart Models In Shirt Waists Thesa white linen Shirt Waisls nlth stiff collars; ihey are hand embroidered in several beautiful designs and styles. Also a low dainty muslin waists in the lot. Reg. M.50 value. While Goodi -Sale Price These Specials In The Dry Goods Section Ypiur Spring Curtains paiestNovelties in Curtains Bedroom Curtains Daluty snd new effects In Novelty Cutlaliis. 59 pairs on sale, scrims with set-In insertion and lace; Nottingham ;j-ace Curtains In neat designs.and brfiided.effects on'Brussels net KiCIuaivo 2 and 3 pairs in eaolf Rejsiiiar up (o-JB.69 pair: fn nn White Goods Sale Price'....'. Muslin and Nottingham Lace Curtains Snowy white Mualln Ciirtalns with set-In In- serllon and lace edge; tlso a, line of pfelty Nottingham Lace dunlin, values solil in the regular way up to J2.00 pair. 1 1'cr I .OO These pretty Bedroom yard fme white muslin with nest 2-Inch Insenion in Key Border design, set in on tide and end, Just 2S pairs to go on Regu- e 1 tn lar pair. Per pair ........4> I 9 Bungalow Nets Xest small floral and conventional ef- fects In white ecrn and Arab Uungalow Ncto and Scrims, all good widths. Regular lines as high as SSe, Not a piece. In thc lot that Is not worth nearly douWo this AG-. price. Per Plain Scrims Ecru and White Scrims fn soft ilnisli, mer- cirized eflcct. -10 inches wide; a regular 35e scrim. While Goods gale Price 4 Per Yard I OC Dainty patterni In Klotmc- ingB, Corset Cover In- Bdglnss and Beadlngs; 'our entire stock of values up to yard In this lot! 'wtdtis up to 20 InchM. See them in the windows. All one prlco for the White Ooodi Suit C_ Per Yard................... Victoria Lawn Just 12 l-2c yard Twenty-five pieces ol this fine wid sheer Victoria to.go on iile Friday. This is a full 33 Inch cloth and a value that never sells less thin 25c yard. Lay In yo'Jr summer's supi plj- at. this price. While 4 l Oooda Sale Trice, yard...._! 62 C White Bleached Cottons 8c yard Soft finished bleached White Cotton 36 Inches wide. Twenty piecei to clear'out during tills sale. A very special value. White Goods Sale Price, per yard SALE STARTS FEBRUARY Ull, AND ENDS FEBRU- ARY 281h. DON'T MISS THfe OPPORTUNITY. WATCH OUR ADVERTISE. MENTS IN THE HERALD FOR FURTHER PARTICU- LARS OF THIS SALE, the Misses ffashbrook ar.rl Arnold.and Messrs. Ililsall, .larvls'ond- I.avfticV and a' rctltation 'by ;.-.Miss Moore. A jnlly litlle coiiclmleil'thc ev- fning's amnsrrnfnt. -Tr.flad.iES wish lo coiiiifilly ttuhk'.all, who In ariv n-ay 'r.f succfss nt the afia'lr. What -to-bd corrob'oralion of Alfred Kimb'erley'g story of rt hiur- der in tinil to- the Peter-, borough given hy'.iivp KnsliElimnn.ivh'n knew hljn In Kldfder- Bffiffl OF- Toronto, Ont., Fc's, breach of incmisii case, which Inled five anil which cost W. A. Haher 'one hundred clollarg lor ei'ery rhln- ulr, Ma n feature in the Aislze Jfurjr Court. nrotiaolr Ifie shortest tiromlse tj'er been'henr'd In'Toronto, ti ills. acllon, Miss Kmily Colburne nf To-1 ronlo sueil W. A. Baker, a termer of Olcta, Alia., lor 43000 for breach of promlgo to marry her. The claim slates the defendant' In letters tan htm to Ilie [j'alntiff from Olds, Alherla, promised to (uarry.the plaint- Iff, but ho ctme east and refused (o marry the plslntltf on trrlvul. When the CMS vn carted, .Miss Colbourne on htnd, but no de- fendant responded lo.hls name. As Maker did not appear at the court, the KM over in five minutes, and the Jury after a snort, deliberation awarded 1500 lo the plaintiff, which includes Superior Court costs. ONTARIO 'SHIVERS Toronto, Ont., reb'. offi- cial temperature in this city was 18 degrees below zero nt" eight this morning. This was four degrees higher than on January U, when 23 degrees, the lowest temneraturo in 2g years wan recorded. The mercury regfilnred 35 degrees at l.atno- ton station early this rr.ornlnj, eml 34 below at Bedford Park. LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY Washington, b.C., Keb. This fs a public holiday hi this United States, being Ihe an- nlvermy of the birth of ff raham Lincoln, who 'ffBB born In 1303. L' YV< Gait niny run in Ice maniiractutlns; plant In connection with "tlie ;