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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, Felmiary THE HEltALD I MADK 1H CANADA. Is the Standard Article READY FOR USE IN ANY QUANTITY Forsaking softening removing old paint, disinfecting zinlti, closets, and for roany other A can equal; Ibs. SAL SODA. Useful for 500 p EVeryUf. -TOROXTO, ONT. Tea roves Itself Good EDITED BY PHONES MKttlOKNGE O3O SOME LETHiRIDCE j Dinning, oi Castor, Alberta, one of VALENTINE6 Lefhbridgt's sweet winter brides, re- It stands every.test. .It if? easy for us to say it is good but you risk nothing- when buy- ing Blue-Riliboii because if you are not en- tirely satisfied-.with it your money will be promptly reiYmdciV by your grocer. C. B. When he giiewei rain, it snows; When mentions calm k blows; Yet his name you can't He'd the forecast valentine. E. U. The Hudion's Bay He's on the bargain counter, make him thine, nd if the gfoods don't wash or wear, bring -back the valentine. t Adam Link On the lob the year around, Working rain or Rhine, Get faomcBeekerB on the jround, 'Tis the valentine. W. of the Auto Garage Get Cupid on the high gear if you to call him mine. You'll find the scent of gasoline upon thlB valentine. J. A. R. Rome is his name, but Ions he's been ccived with'her ami received marked attention.'during' the afternoon. Last night at the rehearsal of "Bil- Ire Taylor" those .who :ire taking patt in the opera were given tickets to dispose of among their friends. Club the Friday afternoon and a The members of the Dramatic, will' go to Macieod to present opera on number of their.friends from Leth- bri'dge will accompany them. .The mothers oi the girls who are taking the leading parts in the opera will act as 'chaperones. A jolly lime is being A full will be held in the Conservatory hall BLACK KNIGHT STOVE POLISH saves the tired house- keeper work and worry. It is a convenient paste in a large can. A gentle rub with brush or cloth brings a beautiful, mirror-like shine that is not affected by the heat. For stoves, pipes, grates and ironwork. If I'ciOer does not carry "Blac'k Stove Polish in stock, send us his name and ioc, and we will a full sire tin by return mail. TIE F; F. DAlLEY CO- UK1TO MiVllTO.N, CM. 30 ''3 in i" SMdf SPORTS BONSP1EL sFour Rinks From Out- i side.Towns in the i Game t t Tliefe is no doubt about the bouspie a. success tills Ume. The wea (tlier is Hne, the irainfe are running jtne ice is good and rhe outside curler Jare here to ueh> along the fun. Fou are on the, eceue from the ou h rsal spend .-the afternoon the guests of the I elfle, one from Cranbtook, one from .Macieod and from Taber. Th rink from Cranbrook Includes Judge vYllsoii, J. s: T. Alexander, K. E. Beat- end W. F. Cameron. From Macieod 'the men ara A. -McNay, .Me Union. Uladflery and Uingham. The Taber men are .Messrs, Douglas, Lowell, Caven, Miller, HOBS and u'rigut. Open Competition No. I. I nv_____, The draw for competition No. 1 is 'attended as-the officers had expected, j Rortgeri vs Wilson vs Mrs. C. H. Dcvine was the feature the ah- j jonnston; Caveh'vg Joydrstacey "va sence oi a'number of members of the. i vvrlgnt; Young VB of onjhursday evening and it is abso-, in lutely necessary for every rrember 01 the company to attend. j church by the local C. T. U. yes- terday afternoon, was not as Stive the Hair'" Newbro's Herplcide Will Do..It ..j No woman should have poor, :raggy hair, and no man need he- ome bald. Poor hair and .final bald-. >ss arc due to tho dandruff germ. Newbro's Herpiclde will destroy this' Ittlo germ and stop tho hair froia. ailing. Further evidence of this ia ound in a letter from Mrs. F. Toman, Wls. She says; "I fought' he worst kind of dandruff I have been using Herpiclde low one week, and my scalp is heal- hy, iho dandruff has gone and .tching has, stopped. It is'the ben. remedy for gcalp diseases I ever and I have-seen many." Don't subject yourself to disappoint- ment and expense by- accepting, some-, thing claimed to be "just as'gobd" as Newbro's Herpicide. These off brands. may possibly he good, but why'take chance-s? The genuine and original dandruff germ destroyer can-always be obtained., If your own druggist has nothing, but "just as good" to J. D. Higlnbotham fc who; --.-J will furnish you with NewbroV Herpi-- cide and guarantee one dollar size- bottles. It stops Itching or the scalp almost instantly. Send lOc in postage or silver, .for: sample and booklet to The Herplcide; Co., Dept. U.; Detroit, Mich. Applications at good'barber, ihop's. J. D. Higiubotham Co., Ltd., special agents. TODAY'S RESULTS at an exceedingly pretty .Valentine party, last evening, as a.courtesy to Mrs. E. F. Scrimcs, who left this afternoon to spend the remainder of Those -who were present, however, listened to an address that was fairly brimming with useful Mrs. ioung and Duft vs Bnepberd; Macieod vs Competition No." Tne draw for conipeUtioiT.No. H. content j the winter at the coast. The dom- inlormation, eloquently given. With feeding depositors their three per! inant notes in the artistic decora- rtf cent.; But now this kindly labor he'd resign 'and in the flowers. Euchre was play- Scotland, last sum- [winners of ttayd arid'WrighVvs John- sum; Scott VB Dun'. On the first sheet of ice the rink To be Vancouver's valentine.' Ives i linant notes in the artistic decora- Hvslop tpok..thc subject of her ad-UK as vs Aird; Mao- tions were scarlet and yellow which [iom ,th'e World's leod vs Young; Shepherd vs Caven; were carried out1 in hearts of all sizes T y Convention." which wasjstacey vs Kodgers; am! in flowers. EuclltC W3S DlaV- 'r.__ii-_j u'lhnnra nr Unvri iirirt" VS John- He don't own the eirt-h, but he sellB it; ed at four tables and after several' jolly games the dainty honor favors ribboners He knows but one song, and he yells "Get a home in Lethbridge, it beats t gold mine, And look for a sweat girl for your best valentine." -ece awarded .1. Armstrong the civilized world, i _ T T- 1____1___J nnn_ l M. L. Peck, Palace Livery Now M. -Tj. Pack rides round the wide J. W. Lloyd and the con- solation gift to Mr. Mackie. In the exciting contest Mr. was.awarded the prize. Mrs. Devine entertained her guests, wearing a hun- from each stripped by Hugh iJoyd had a com easv time with-Caven o thousand paratively U. She I Taber. The score was one-sided al woman representing one .....____ C. T. of the excellent reports oi the mougu the winners had to-play har and the United vt-i-u i graceful princess gown ot violet cloth. al5o provcd that all wo. j waynes, Thc.evening's.entertainment was fea- sical numbers contributed by a oi the guests. At midnight a nc fhi icourtlce, I1LKU SllU nut JU lallliil'l'L of delightful sex seem to think.! Oliver. for a't the convention seventy-nine 8klP de- in the largest ore estafshin factory Of the whole'of Alberta province. his'oi the Eucsts- At ,women made seventy-nine speeches in steeds are ilicioys menu was at th6 cijthly-onc and they were all i n v- ijaven Judson, Douglas, Powell. Caven skip Bv ends- In his monthly report to the djrect- oiv; of the V. M. C. A. ill their monthly fiiccting general secretary Thomasson reported that the associa- tion now has a total of 557 members.! In th.e cJ'mnaaium classes, thero Jsj interest, the average attend-1 ance of se-nior-s being 130, businessmen 35, intermediate 50, juniors 30, cin! juniors 21, senior leaders. J intermediate leaders 5 per-week. AI-j present were: President Dr. together there were SO-i appearances jGalbraith; J. .E. Lethbridge, C. G. K. in the gym classes' during the month Xcuirse; J. D. Higinbotham. A. Ham- Beware gentle maiden, e'er you'll lov- ingly pine; 'Tis a'swift gait he travels, this.sweet valentine. VISITING DAYS Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. F. H. jj. Mrs. B. L- Mrs. G. R. Tinning. SOCIAL' AND PERSONAL Mrs. Robert Reynolds will not re- ceive tomorrow. f The Finnish elections have just clos tily appointed card Cables, gQod OMS> The president of the The presence ciu a number of out of L p town guests and two or three of the gentle sex who'-have been unable to attend the dancing: parties this win- ter added much'to the pleasure of the assembly dance last evening, Union, Mrs. During -the afternoon a collection was taken in j aid of the -Provincial Organization j 311 100 220 000 Oil 001 Rink No. 2 Kodsere and Airrt were nip and tuck all through their game, wnich was one ftt besl played }n fchfi this Feb. fie the Tuckett 9 a.m-draw McKIHop' .1, total 18; Regina, Kress 5, Copelarid: i, total 11; Carman.'-Kellett 12, Robin-' son S, total 20i Brandon, kosster 10, ;amp-beli 15f total 25; Ureer Miifigrove If total-19; j Tre-- nerne, J. K. Robinson 10, L. Rob-: eon 10, totai 20; Kenbr'ai Baxter- 3X" Johnson _14, total 17; North Johnson 13, Boyle 6, total 19; .8intaK': uta, DeDenham. S, Railton Clvtc, Winnipeg, Hallock IS, total -28. U KIT V FLO ha w, 7; .Palmer, Winnipeg, CU'P-i-'Patton, a; Huston, Fort St. Paul, 9, Mainwaring, Birtle, TE'i'LEY Toronto, A. J. Brown, Winnipeg, '12. Piper-" Fort William, 8, Culiingford, 11. s and iricnrfs Q c T at thft lly.. wiich was erijokved'by everyone, even rcsidenoe anrt 5t is hoped she will more than the .previous club hops dur cvefy member of botn ing the winter, .for a whole fortnight has passed since the last large danc- Aird winning out by the clos-. Hyslop ;egt posslDje margin. of .Tunuary. ;3G of the 43 dorini.tbries are ROW occupied. The board decided to put in an air pressure tank system to get water to the top storey at of ?150. A. J. Irving was elected to fill out the year owing to the removal of A. ilton, A. E. Ellis, T. S. Mackenzie, 0. D. Austin, W. A. Buchanan. E.-Eliis, resignation was accept- ed with regret. The receiptfi from all sources dur- ing the month were ?3.392 and the ed, and there are nineteen in the new parliament. ing party. .Mrs. GoodG-r.and.-Mr.s-. Buchanan were the evening's hostesses and they were ably assisted by Mr. Rome. Mr. Hill. Mr. Clarke .and Mr. Donnan. Mrs. Hyslop will speak this even- Alrd of the various-reports of Y. work the .work of the children's branch Union at the World's Conven- WINNIPEG WHEAT Winnipeg, Feb. opened 95 3-S, closed D4 3-4; July .opened 96 1-4, closed 95 7-S; October closed 00. Cash close: NTo. ern 90 3-4, No. 2 Northern 1 North- 1-2, No. Miss Patteson is'entertaining Friday evening a number of thc young people. women jc0sy nooks had been fashioned about, I thc roorr, with the use of screens and here during the evening many took on advantage oi a quiet chat and rest piece orchestra discoursed the music TWILIGHT CHAT St.. Valentine had little to do with the festive and sentimental customs now associated with his name. He.: MUlard. The score was: McJlurphV; Atcheeon, Robinson. S Aird skip 9 ___mi OOl! 010 S 020 110 i1 Rink No. 3 A Wright of Taber and itucey put up Campbell, Hruce, iuodgers between dances. Necdham's three- wag _ft prjest martyrcd the third for the dances and after supper Mr. Owing to her absence from the city 'pisher and Mrs.. Arnold acceptably centurv. The connection of his par- the game that attracted the most at tentlon as it was for points all along the line, the visiting rink finally pulling out ahead. The score was: Jackson, Miller, Leech. 'ROSS, Stacey skip ..10 Wright skip-----11 BILL CARNEY K FORROlKISLAKtt v'V Hock Tne Kock Island .Three Eye baseball oiub" today signed WHliam_Carney, who cianag- ed the Calgary pennant win- ners ia the Western Canadian league last seasont to handle trie local team. expenditure Cor all purposes including! 3, 56, No. 4, 40, Rejected 3S payments on building camo to j 36. day with tbe romantic oh- :n 90 3-4, No. 2 Northern 8S 1-2, No. n, nnf servarices in vrfgnc the fact, .staccj 1_C_UnnmSnam wlU not re'; played the of the thafc it. occurrcrf at the samc datc'asjwngri the feast celebrated in honor of thn Feed Hi. 2 C. V. 31. tomorrow. room being turned off and the lights from the platform shedding a Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson havr. soft glow ovcr the picturesque scene. occasion it was the practice- in invited a number of the younger set. jt nccn that I describe By 103 101 002 OliO 010 220 Rink No. 4 deities Pan and Juno. On this On the Bouth sheet Kenny an-1 sot the better of Judge Wilson's! were as cicnt Rome, amid a variotv oi rntHer handily, doubling: GUN CLUB. SHOOT The Oiin "Club held a most, successful snoot in ideal weather at the traps on Saturday- afternoon. The scores follows: monics for -nung a variety of rntner handily, m-n and maidens on tliem. The e 50 to a card party on Thursday evening somc' of.the hamlsome toilettes r T lui compliiMntary to Mrs. Dinning. j by thc RCnUcmcn-giicstS, but I am tQ as-ccrtajn 'by tlle drawing of mol-ltitewarl afraid their attire would bear rather Thc Entre Nous Club will hold a although there toes, and by one device and another.! Siartord, as to who thoir life partners would "rown. Conservatory ing. their fortnightly dancing party in the, was onc that T did notice, the passing awnynf the hea- -'ohnston skip Auditorium this even- Hos wcrR tied with an ex- thcn fcstivai' this cust0m was still ends- r.etainrd, and the. pastors of the vv51soi: carK- church, unable, 'to uproot Mrs. Dr. C.oleman (Kit) nas an- Aniong the out. o{ town guests submitted the name of nounccd that she had severed her conncctioii with Thc Toronto Mail and Empire, and would devote her- ecore was: Alexander; 13enttle, Cameron, Wilson skip 3 _ tics were tied with an ex- jactncss that the bachelor con- Uingcnt ereen with envy. 20'J OOJ 020 JJJp .lonnslon 040 4JO 301 This afternoon on the 1.30 draw, in K. D. Johnson -0 .t. W. Staltord..... 14 H. Cunningham H H. li: Sailee A. H. Stafford..... 22 K. SlatTonl K. K. Agnew...... 20 50 21 15 JS 12 U lit Total. 23 16 89" self .to -magazine work. Miss tho early martyr fc desscs. And .so has come the love-laden missives, the playing JTmile, Woodstock Miss Winter, Cal- 1 gary ?.'.r. Napier Smith, Raymond. panif5 Of hearts, tbe Mr IlcvaR St Thomas. tokens, the invoking of Under New Management .e The business heretofore conducted by Ellis Murphy, has been taken over by us rmd will bo continued as a strictly High Class ice Cream Parlor. Confectionery Fruit Store A full stock of tho best goods will be The Valentine parly this evening given by the Adult Bible class of St. The men-.bors of the club presenv xvere Mr. ami Mrs. .1. R. Anderson. Augustin's-church is going fcb bf onc of thc merriest and most novel events of the i small .end with bov; and quiver A ctetailei! account of the Knox social last which scored such a great last evening will ap- pear in this column tomorrow. MINNESOTA JUDGE DEAD Minneapolis, Ftf'. Ed- Mr.'and ncMinsvn, ami Mrs. i 1C. II.'Wilson. Mr. and Tilrs. Rorhe. i j Mr. ami Mrs. Tinning, Mcsdnmcs warrt A. of ihn Court. !of dif'd of hpart. discnse in i.he P-ermnrtas where ha? honn j first, rccuppratinc; nerd vs Cnveu natl NVilson vs Aird. The four o'clock draw are all No. TT. h games, the rinks bpinc Macieod vs Stacey vs FJorirers. Boyd vs and Dnft vs Hrott. The iee is In srlondicl s'nnpe and some very fino curlinc is being put up. reaving the fun very enjoyable. Afternoon Teas ;i Specialty Here is a place where tho ladies can come while ghopping and en- joy a nice CNF of ten, coflr-e or cocoa. Good's Delirious Ice Cream Daily and Retail.) orders ico larce, orcVrs loo for us to take care of. The of lot' i? fresh in the minds of many people of Orders delivered to sll vans of the If JS. 2 Phone 627 WIP L Dufterin Street Branch Mrs. IF Rentlcy to a of callers yester- day afternoon her daughter. Whooping Cough CfOU? ASTHMA COUGHS IRoVcCHITIS CATAfcXH Drtvrnev, .rohnstonn. ,T'Jlainc Conyhe.are. Ncale, McLellatul, j Downer, MCBeth. flfssie v. t Hatch, Tripp. Mcladilan. was at homt ,_ T_ Messrs, Wedd. Street, Rose. TliginlM-'-'i- ftm, Mrirtindale, Powrr. Duff, Newcombc. Saunders, Fisher, Chamlers. Kilkenny, Clarke, Dawron, Hill, ;ind onc or two others. thUltnwiVr-. ofn w: _ C it n W rt'J-tP1-. portal fX boofcet. AU. DRUGGISTS ro. AEJ Of Of MONTKlAt. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Ffiday. aitcrr.con the, members of The Doctor's Question Much Gicknsss Due to Bowe! Disorders A doctor's first question when con- sulted a IP. "Are your bow- el? He thnt r.toety- rer of is 1 with fr.nctivr howls torpid liver, innrl thnt this condition mitsi be re- imovpri gor.tly RTH! thoroughly before jhoaith ran be rosiored. Koxal: Orderliep are positive. r.i. and safe remedy for ccnsti- TA_ Hockey Team Leaves For Calgary Tomorrow Afternoon 'A. B. Cooke telephoned the Herald this afternoon to say that the con- thc W. C. T. f. will celebrate in general, templated special from Taber to Cal- cis -Williarrt Memorial Day" bv hoi.i- are so certain of thrir great cura gary in connection with the provm- ine a parlor raecting at the home of value that we prc-raise io return, cial hoclcey championship in which the purelusflrt in every case tftft Tzber tfiam js a participant, will fsil to produce cutir? I _, n i be run. The Rosnll Orderlies nre eaten like wn The president, A. L. Foster, corner of anfl London Road at three-thirty o'clock. from the lite r.'f francis Wiliiarrtwill rty. they acr quletlj-.and have a sooUi- be given by a number of the mrm- hrrs. numbers will br strengihenir.K. healing on iho en irft JiMeetinal trsct. They- no; jrripe, nausea. tomorrov: aiternoou on the local tor Calgarv. They expect a number of supporters from their own town. Lcthbridge and Macieod to either ar- Mido 08 different itjlci. Make your ovru choice from tbc OS difTercr.t styles nf "Ideal" Metal Beds. At whatever price you 'decide to pay, froift 53.00 .up, will. find a design that invites your deserves it, too. The prices of "Ideal" Mctil Beds vary according to not according to quality. The quality is the same in there is but one grade o! "Ideal" excellence, ihe best you can find. That is why -we arc proud lo put our Guarantee label ou the foot rail. You vHll be relieved of uncer- tainty it" you look for this "Ideal" Guarantee. Ask us to send you "Tne Philosophy of a booklet you -will en- joy reading, and we tell you the name of the local dealer where you vrill find the "Ideal" line. Ask for Booklet S IDEAL BEDDINO given rtiirlhj: the af.ternoon. and rr-; excessive looseness, diarrhoea j conipnar the team or srt freslimcn Is will he 'served al flin -Scvora, tta f.- other annoying cffori. The? sons or uiu i ions from surrounding towns tic lflc Sold only at I present and a rordial'jnvitation is [an gtore. J. D. Hisinbotham I extended to the ladies of the cit.v to Ltd.. special aeents. per- and onv Rex- Co., next Train. Tahcr plays the Kdmonlon Dea- cons Thursday nvcnina; in Calgary in Thc anwd later. final is to be. ar- ;