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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thiw^ay, February 13* 1913 THE IiETHBRIBGE DAILY HERALD A cup of TEA that is a Safe, Fur@,Stirtiuia-ting and Wholesome ;e. 008' SEALED LEAD PACKETS ONLY. Black, Green and Mixed. EDITED BY "INO" j phones Office 1224 Res. 1118 / v j ..... TOMORROW'-''"' , , ,be ..illustrated.with excellent lantern "Tomorrow is a promise of good ulldes. ' Ol? jTECK" Pi^jfj^Eiss Alexander; prjncb' Alexander of teck, Ibrotiil^'^^Mary, and the PRIN-sCESS AUEXA"N9ER, his wife, who according .to'sarfspeoial cable to the To-rontp "pr^aa ^odrjy, will be the next GpveftlPr'Q'epeW of Canada. ..." .,-rvff. Magrath;,�Fefa: ;12.-At a meeting of. the 4ireotor.s �of -the Agricultural so-, |Oietyy holfliyesterday afternoon in.the. J-owrfMiall, Secretary 13. Malkin and J.'Ij."JonseB'were appointed a dsle-i Ration tq Jlip,. convention which will-Bo- held1 in EJdmonton shortly for the Jiscijssion '(jfffairJ matters in this pro--hiio^t'mid';:tfye Gait hospital, wiJI rApeivq ^fc the tea hour oh Saturday 'afjtaraopn''af parses' home of the'a^^#Mi ' �--�......� --���� *tfv,.- ...... Mrs. Charles >, Knudtsonj who has been visitinn- in l^iwauUW, i^;expe"ct-cd liomc shottlyi Rev. R, J. Gould, p[ Diamond City, was a visitor yesterday 'With Rev. C. Bi and" Mrs., fyioftfyfipn,, Mr: Kaiser, ' of th/ Royal Bank staffy is :fll with &n -attack' of.ymeas- The Ladies' Aid of Knox, church started their chain teas yesterday, when Mrs: A. li. Stafford, representing a year, entertained twelve months at the tea hour. Twenty-nine dollars was realized yesterday, and the months' are busy choosing the weeks, who- in turn choose days.- It is understood, that the days will not entertain-until the auliimn. ft 13 The annual report of the Children's Shelter as submitted by the.matron, Mrs. Corry, to the council some time , ago, shows that the affairs of the institution IWr'e in excellent condition ; and much good work has beenvaccom- I plished. During the past year\ able Mrs. Ogsett, o!. VftnctftWfij!, who has been visiting m. |jie' pag^i'^B a 'guest - 4-nrith-Mrsv�-&eotgp.-';Wh)Slep,- �� eh-" route home. Mr|. Brjid^t .6t Maple ##^^J�i,sd-- '^'^Ky>!f^l>>-Mr�.!Wlie-len.% -' r. . ,W;ord has, beenvrg8alvfifc(rom'> - -Mrs The social gathering m Wefttmips'^j;: church last night under the auspices of the athletic department .of.", the : Sunday School, was without' --dOHbt I one of the most pleasant soc}al> iuijc-tions in the history of thevchuicph. It was intended as a valfntipe socI|l.', j held two days before the auspicious 'day so as not to clash with a. coir, cert under the auspices of the JiForth Lethbndge . school, bearing the sByhie" name as the Sunday school.," The ies had converted the -plain- liitie' I church into a most attractive spo't; ' the decorations being strealners of hearts, the valentine idea bpini? ,p4r*; ried out to the minutest detail..' tt and was certainly a most- credltab^fr:piep^i-of work and won thevunstluted^praise 1 of every one. The entertainment of - telling what should be sacred to themselves and their immediate fara-ilies,.: promiscuously to almost total strangers, whose opinion of the con-hdmg one sinks in proportion as the story becomes more and more personal. There are naturally times .when/all women feel;:.that they must co'nlide in someone, but surely at such a time no ono is without at least one genuine tnend, to whoiv� she may .turn;; without laying h6r inmos.t thoughts open before the gaic oE; a more acquaintance. ' � -Sp jnany of the little th:nu;s re-pe.ated are'so trivial and absolutely unimportant that no confidence is betrayed m telling them. It assumes gujte- a different aspeot, however, iE thesrepeating of ox; item of news, may. hurt anyone qpjfifkanyone could -ro^feohably wish it left unsaid. A /flippy rule is never to mention the faults every one. ! of a mixed character, partly musics .�..�*� c .,  , ... .-. ,, 5ames and J.tfUEBlon. 30?^.^ �� other& U-nle.SS.�bllSed to d� Gray, president of the athletio, -deA .:: . , . JU- ,n. paiiment, was ,n the chaired kept Qrte thmks in~^ �,fntention of harming others, sim- J. to ness of her moths?, - jp|>0mas that Mrs. Thornas'ie tapi4ly?*iwpver-ing and is now able . pitp Mrs. Simpson is expieo'|ie'd' hoIJl soifte time next week. ., ^ ", ^_ , � � '�' . ,'.,..4, , The engagement \ "aiirioupcpd of Jean, daughter^ of Mq8,%$$$�Mrs, Oliver, of- Pittsburg, Pa, an.fl' Dun-gannon Farm,,. qoMMtg,,.#jis'- to test, in which, of course, a heart ^ps the targ�t. This created lpts'.of'funr Master Tom Logan won the faVotf.=~ Two minute speeches by �Rev-:i'-Jps*'- pl^Jit'cpeat all they know. But such �tyomen-aro in the minority, and a wjs"e iwoman soon learns to have lit- dhs. It ..is F. Simpson', who was summoned eph Woodsworth and Mr WalW Inr-, *le 1o do Wlth Pers^ns .Mihheap61iS V^CCpfe rf> ill- � ZTh7cS Sunday schofcio falr, �n ^Vnt ol the, Sunday schools w^ro;. full of pithy facts and suggestions, A -^thjetjc school J "Out Senior responded -tb" by The.1 Flower, vGiiM;^|>;*W^. BaskethairMrnf] lyaa/gMl�,-, .-r ,,V ^ ,b t. > ,1.  0u*-'#^^W^4rieiidslnpV'whither ih$A man's re-brought responses �imb^HMb*- jwcfc for luw not-ovbtcome his imm and.,,R. Ness; and MQtff-lM^.Ioft&it|�hngs1.toiiht)t so with a wo-.11 team's/from W. FItMjf/1 "j ^JjjjI&ShA r?o r5�4or the AU thesq speeches weTo'.fd,]^^ittZimffl&M ^xX^> ^5 he is In ,u Heart. Hunt' in -whwh * ^ajw^dt^Help and- ijindness,.. (appeals Avefs and Harold Grav wete j tllfil fcfVtfife-l'v'.+n lior. m wVinm -Uir Harold Gray $fo/.tUft, ^f^y'-to her; m whom .the pro w-�-r _^AN AFTI -Of �apph|re or velvet.wlth-_ 4ra; lae'e ohlft'j iWlth embrolderj kw>- J),/ s^iigdfifTip''instinct vso closely allied X trio byHhe Messrs', StoW, -atttt-]^'taea*lro ; / ^> ,fllo an, appearance, -v  'S\*W&i' Wj'tJiou has said to me.' -�! wMr./'Wpod^Qrfih .deUver^^";^)j,";1,^ .'. ' 't gannr; judgment eiroply liecabsb, her ,. .- � guilty W^ji^eing- betrayed, by. a, woman ! _ 'tfjjpjjijou- do, ydu may be "sUrie of one ........Ry:;|.-\hihg-^rovenge. An injured woniaiv Can woman keep a secret is'aflues-] maj'-'itiform on a man, and in this tion, which%j , swered | is literally _ ..... i people. But constant repetition',;'ttqejs 'not make a thing true, and rar?U-jftJ the French commissioner by the Venezul-'$fj$j[rjvernmeut was very cordial arid ipartieS appear satisfied with We pient. '�' � -The'Costly Age' (Brooklyn Life) Hlbrow-"Don't'you, the fl�0,y,- . ^Age,interes,tiiiB'?�' fS?4 4 in:4mart and neat--designs. Soft detach? , able coUar'to match, Sizes 14%-to 17%. ' Regular.$1.60. On Salo-at each ......... Ladies'- > White Dress Skirts made in newest 'stylef .'Jromi'Horrooks' farnous English.- Repp and' -"fasten -down .front with detachable large pearl hjuttons. splendid $3.50 value.,On Sale gfcr'^.'.v................. range of all sizes 'per pair ......... On Sale at ......I. fbtfs patent Bluchers $2,89 "A With dullvlcid tops; Good-year welted soles. A-very dressy shoo-tor Spring wear. All sizoSi' Reg-ular ?6.Q0 values. On Sale at jRA, per pair.................9fiia09 *' Men's Sweater Coats 99c -: .-A .limited..; Quantity only. Men's all-wool Coat: SweateiiS, \fith or without high collars. A good range of wanted colors. 'Sizes 38 to 42. Jus.fi the thing'for early Spring'wear.'. Regular-'OQ^ h-' ' Up;to'^.60/Qn- Sale at each .'.,';......, " ' 5 pairs^ for 99cV ^BJacic aud Heather MlxtuteB in Ribbed Scotch'*'' Wool Sox, each pair has a-card-of mending to /; mhtch: attached. Beat theni-if yoU can at 36c p�ir, Oh Sale at Five pair' fpr. .V... P'S white Underskirts 68c . these "*ard made from soft and durable -full ^''| ibh?ached Bngiish Cambric,'trimmed with de.epv, flounce of Swiss l?mbrojderyi: � :8ii�s yfofr $8cl Excellent $1.25 values. On '12 years. .sale, at tadie^ wash Dresses $2.68  In Gingihams, Prints and Miisline;' ftfany 'dairlty^' Jfl  Frocks;-, suitable for afternoon: andvpaBy^'weaV" * Sizes 34 to 40, and worth up to $6.60; OO"' "! On Sale .at, eadh................... *fc*^t||!, ; | Read pf these, low quotatio^1 *, on:;Dependable "Groceries ORANGE A/tKAT-^Bteakfaat Food la 4 large/slze packets, each............... I CA�E EGOS'-i-Not new "laid," 'bat candled thoroughly dependable for cooking. - ^per, dozen ......>.......�...... 1 V"^Jf. M)N6(E" rvfEAT-in regulation size bottles. ,* PefTiolfle ...........................,CJ^ tfy. 3>H and 'KfeB-^ATE^COFFEE-In ltb tins, not sold i whe'Ve'lew than 40 oettts. Special t^Am~'K'l\ oaf Ver tffc\ ,.., " ... . 4$$ -# ; SHAEbbBb' COCOAMOT-ln ^.Xh pj-ket QA ^;,.%0h................... . BUUrv" T?A^-Our Special quality of select . BullbT^ihper pound twv . HUD80Nr'3'. BAY FUOUR-OuV special Patent (1 by d and JHfufigattfe Flour; strongly uronnr-'iid '.lis" as">.JhV most reliable flot'r foi bif i pastryt,^ Special per 49 pound �4 jlQ fejtvV .........'..... The attove prie'efe for cash/ only.]vf�fbin the,. 8 ;