Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, FEBRUARY IB, 1911 THE LETHBR'IDGK DAILY HERALD fi- PA THE LADIES'STOlRE Phone 453 Acadia fifck Very Exceptional Tuesday Savings. IN THIS INTRODUCTORY SALE 'OF YARD GOODS. Bgaiftiful quality (me Silk1 Crept that would be unbeatable 4 flfl value at Per yard I iVy A particularly nice, oisallty. Sneer Silk tecured as a social purchase am! ou lo you al a, cloee marglLi or troth, giving von all the tclvaiitaso or Shown In colori Tings, Mustard, Mahogany, Copenhagen, Navy and 42 Inches wide, exlra fine ellky finish. DAINTY CHECKS for ei'lls, atij stfjiarale sklrti. t-voii cneeks uuJ broken cbocki, hi very newest color- 51 hiciifi Spocla! ................9 I .OU BROCADED prctU- t'it tJeslgiiB ever eeen, stown lu txcjublvo or j-arJs each, colors muafard, navy, taji, taujie MI-. cin nn I U.UU BROCADED very rich goods lu exclusivu Jreas color A uavy, jiiublurcl. CoptuliagfcQ ar.U piiih: 5 yarJB'Ui crclus- ft rtft ivc lengtl, for 9 I U.UU NEWEST BROCADES in lovely line Quality; colors tan. iiluui and muatarj. -12'lnchps wide........... 4> I HANDSOME HL-OU-II I'Jatda hi sonic or ilio very best cutcHs to be hart, blues, aiiJ rfilft in jiredonilimthifi coluis CE All wool, OOC SILK lovely fine aofl -cluih In nigh 42 iiiclwft wide; colors. Copunliagcii, musUrd ft 4 actl I .UU SILK MESS ALINE vat-'" uui In ull tbt.1 jiUiu colors, as is narrow [jin in navy, IHU. blcick, ff-4 OC otc, 30 Indies .....9 I iC3 3ROCAOED AND SHOT SILKS "in full yard widtha, beautiful Men color- in tcuK, UrowiiE, jjluius. old blaci; ainl CH wliUe. 30 lo 40' I .OU JACQUARO SKAOOV.1 STRIPES iu plain wi uhot eifecu, exlru gc-o-J (jualitleii in full yard1 width, acd-" all ilie 4 and O BLACK AND WHITE SILKS In heavy ir.cMh-. lines, shown in ulripeB, che.tka.aBd. brocades- all reliable as lo wear, yard wide. CO Cfl TriceJ at Jl.25. (1.75, (2.01) and BROCADE SILKS In exceptionally-good nuali. lies, 10 J9 indies, colors navy, Lrown, black, grey, hello, ffO Cft Special HEAVY VESTING Suitable Tor .collars, vests nnd trimmings of all kinds, beautiful com- iiinatloiis. eotorinse to inalch u-llli ffrt l-ft any color. 27 liu-liM PAGE SEVEX A BEAUTIFUL EVENING GOWN of taiiRO-coJored char me-EC. shoeing the newest phase of itie fishtail train giippiemenled Tvlth ,1 beautifully em- broidered tunic In which ail tlie mosi exquisite Persian colorings are intro- duced. The upper porlion of tbe'cor iage is of the draped sleeves being decorated willi charmtuEe but- to as, MILADI Ediled by "INO" Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 j The drawing anil reception rooms The lecture he'd Friday evening in >-ere lostooned witti hearts olf church unilcr the auspic- of'the I.'.'O. 0. T., Mope ol'.Leth- bridge N'o. lir vas a success, fifleea dollars being realized. The important feature u-as the thor- oughly spiendid aiid entertaiDJog ad- dress by F. Atkin '.'Hough Hides aisd Kxciting Experi- ences in the Cow t'ouiitrj-.'1 Mr. At- kin fccld the rapt attention of liis au- dience acd, at the couclusioy numer- ivishes for lecture tlmt-Ood's Mrs. Sliarman te.i, (iod's denials. un bobt -fabt daughters uf the home, Miss liald oul. 1'atier.te is Bulfon MarJoH JH-rotiir, served the L'loapr is" I he Lord's pratrclirm, than :i wall Tloscr iliph a 'inccit mcf safer than n tower tall t'lorjer (linit :i suit of armor, or- my liaud.i "or feet he, Fur agaiiisl mine1 awaiting, ]Iis hccpeih hour nil sizes, while palms anJ numaue clusters of liafforlils, all rrsling iti the :gloi.v of sliadod lights incrraseil the pleasing effect >lrs- Adams was cbarminjily" govri- rd in pink satin veiled in lieavy cream lace and -black satin -.tunic, while Mrs.- Keiri wore a daiaty crea- of pale pitik cliiflon over yellow satin, v Miss Currie looted decidcdlj" well in a Slack lace tunic over anihej satin. .Mts- (J. Uobinson, irho invited to the dining room, wore, a handsome costume ol black silk touched with white and black Jiat -.uth -white j plume. The dining table was a pic'1 The social speciat.-promi-! its low liowl tulips, NMire (or-this rveutng is the-- card garlajujs, in which dainty" Cupids party, io he hcid in ihp S.O.K. hall nestled, reaching to Hie. electrolier, whiie.siiniiar strands'reached to the Mrs. H. Howard Mr.sf. C. K. for Uic linse this F MS OIK d- Mr. Mis, .1. -V.liitufy Saturday ;ificrnoaa 10 Lcvo OT tliree weeks in -Victoria. under-the auspices of the Vumian's -Civic club- I'rizes will he given fcir boiA whist.ami five hundred, aud the j public. nr cprdially" ir.viiet) come and- vhii raiding funds to open a rest chifion. and I robin. Itefreshruents he serveil hat, and Mrs, II. .be-r iarid a.gond ttnic is assured all who coming black silk with white [alteml. Cards will be sUrled'at 'sharp. j sided, while- ilrs.-T. V. Kirkham, dis- 4 I tinclively gowned in mauve "silk "Mr. !connect io; heart! on all sides. were served at tbe close" ol the 'evening's eijlertaininent. A writer in funny contributes thti following The Fanuy UresE.BaU, which is io wjnd'up the Assembly series, en the 2Uh lost., proniises to he a brilliant success and! quite-.the event of the Reason.-A nf charac- ters -will be tepi.wentcd and many ot j our smart set .are-tjeterminrd to 50 corners, where siorjd an alert Cupid with a Hiclnnond rpsp. J. in a lovely uul [.dark gtcen satin veiled, in original" with a fur- r. disguise of' domino and mask. Up to the present the popular secretary, Mr. Xewcotnbe, lias received but- or.e was from a person le, who severed his hat to the ices. "V the 'iXhbridge Her- Tlic tcnip'ting viands were served CTj Saturday us editor' to acccpV by Miss Iria Mel.eay, in was.present- silk and Di "blu T nl by the Iferalil anil members of llu. Mrs. 1.. MLLHM awl .Miss Mar- n handsome eiectric silver McCrea, ui Pirtt-iier Creek, are r.intli-iaiumn. Tiie'presentation wftsjiiacle by Mr. JHarohl Lon.c, u-ho 'sViEccctftis. Mr. lliiaylc m the editor's chafr. and. Miss iri pale anil Mack hat with llulganan with Mrs. II. U. Icciilli SI. ilov. A..ti: C'aii.crun v.'ilt liuiui this week from HairUor. will 'jirc.uh in c'tiur'.'h jiext Surnlav 'ilic smiths lin lieM nu March 1st. Mr. .Mrs. T..S. Follcrlv :irr iig olTiccrs and tc-.u-hcrs jlri L Little Harold Heid in ere jwilli Ipfricctly irresistible Cul'id. rnao ratner ii- tentioa o! the. inyitatlon committee who yigilah'l in Ihose'tniltprs.'Thc blunder, bon- ejer, rhfrclvv results, iii good for we Clubs and Societies choir will meet for relicar- Mr. tjijayle Hanked llic iltmors in n! f short speech, in wliicti he .impressed tlie iitcasnre l.c liad alivajs found "in his tlirec yrars' corineclion ivitli the. Herald, espedall) M'I account lil ths snl Tlrarsday night ot .this'-iveek harmony nluAV.': cxislicig among all, instcntl oi Friday n''glil. of its cinployces. o a t a The First Ilaptist Ladies'Aid'will Quiln one of tlic most distinctive 'mcel at Wednesday at-' tomorrow tuning. ol Fobruary's social lur.c- C' a I lions was llic At.Home given hy Mrs. tjl., S. 'Mrs. William ClMry. 12') Sfvfntli iCV t-'onylcatc nr.rl Miss 'Cony- St.. S., will lie lioatrss ot a 'ehairi icaro 3l ua SMurday iu conncelion Ilie Ladies1 Allar society of St. Patrick's rhurcli row afternoon from three to (luild oi Knos church will niecl this cloning, when Sir. R, understand the have thete- serfje >bj secured the strvicts of this Mr. made a O'Grady and his..good wife- in a strictly" professional -way lor the oc- casion.''In this west 61 ours where the-soaal lines are. 'perhaps just n trifle too dimly, defined, many per- sons-would have VaVfn-advantage ol this amusing Mt hard times fcnd a proper sense pf his station sug- gested to Mr.-O'Gtady: a way in which he co-jld turti his social oppor- tunity to a practical' end (as others do of a higher r'arilr 'in 'the" social and-weVoirsratulate him on his good.sense Hogan's Alley, Feb. li, J9H: luste.iJ r! the colored blossoms usually clio'.cn in n un- All lijtcrosled aro cordially in-1 i'juo-notn was artistirally-cvpresscd vittil. In Ihe drawing rnoni hy an II.. Cojihledick will altfnil the I'rori'ncial' Tenipc'rance Crnven- lion which is heini; liclrl Cciliiary fin Wednesday and Thursday in Krjox church. The program includes noted speakers such as C. A. Grant, K.C., dl Edmonton, A. >I. MaDnnald, of ai.i! [lev. Jlr. .1. M. Knl- [sliower ol .Easter'lilies .whh their banpy message, of Mrs. (.'otiybearc welcomed her many ;uesis wejiins a.graceful of white silk en Irain'e. with Void bcarled Hunter will take the topic, !'Al- cohol and EBlclcncy." n The Woman's Auviliary oi St.' Au- gustin's church will meet tomorrow, A lloiiiiuiQir ioiiif time bnB liikn'liariEferr'cd tn (lib'iu- lirnntcixIcntV office at Calgary. .Miss firinilley Inft on Tri'lay ID assnn-.e her ntw flutter. nl Muhawk Is (he name .'jurats-1 'the when she was formally at home ,lirsl formal -receiving ol Vlrs. K: Ad- or the first time this season., ..IMS. an.il Ilflil, al Ihe 'I'hc drawing room was briidlt- nilli o! Ihc lo'rnier on .Saturday af- wishlng lo join are asked to hand their names to the secreUry, Mrs. A. or any member ol Ihe Central Tuesday A special ineelirig of the W. C. T. U... is called lor afternoon at .three- o'clock at the. home of corner Sixth Ave. is im- portant business .to tc'attended (o In corineetion with .Traveltecs' '.Aid and to bc-.present. ..Wesley "KpwoVlhLeague .will 'meet tonight, when Vthc. siibi'ect j will he "What can lie done, by legislation to remedy, social and industrial condi- tions lo avert a liy.uinlhs and rlaiiodils, while lernoon, a ilcligljUiii ncnl. .Miss ;Mr.- Given will open the discussion iliiiing ruiiiii.niiJ lianrant wilh rriin-.'f.'nrrie, of .Mnntroal, is with her land all inleicstcd'are'cordlallyinvil- sister, .Mrs. lleid, also received, 'cJ. Lord love, Lad a rich 'joke. to hide like a pig in a up as'a'Jiike perqke, .......lhe_'foini a cook an' a (hArienia'n-yrk'niyd At'-yft-IIIiglnl Hall inrthe K 0, F. Our .Werc'good "characieis1' it So we'll Km- Not peacock-plumed-No io tujiihi.inil. fiAiciy'o'fJiiApv. Tiufetd. Yours the ves- sel wai rtliiriilng to liivre'iindcr her own eleam. The oblig- ed to dim hack on her voyage from llnvrc lo Now York, with Hi parsen- gers, owing lo her propellora bslng broken by Ihe of Our Feb ruary White Sale Today marked the sturt of ard...... Children's White Night Dresses Tlieec Chllilreu's Xigbt Dresses to go ou sale lomorrow< One 'style is in white muslin, late tilranied-r-lhg ether Is in f.acQelelle, silk em- broidery Regular valued up to TomqrroR- 3 ib 12............... These White Skirts on sale 28 Children's White Skirts, made from fine ily muslin. Ualnty slj'tea with narrow tuekii and trio-tr.ch flounce around bottom. ReiuTtf up to fiOc. Sizes for children from 4 to Tomorrow 9 to 1- The New Spring Coats Vi'c have jusl up a number of handsome Spring Coals, the latest ideas of-llic leading cloak manufacturers, livery new style feature of (his season is re- latest models, the smarlesl Ihe.y fit perfectly. This showing eiMiivjtfs any display ever made in Ibis department. Tlie variety is so great lind tbt rimgc! of prires so comprehensive that can satisfy any lasle or any besides we. are offering in Ladies' and Misses' Coals special values that cannql possibly be duplicated elsewhere nl our very low piices.....CC lo REBEL GENERAL'S WIFE, MRS. of Iho rebel general'ls a :Meilcan woman of Ilie lower "class." Her picture Vas tali- en; recently to'dispose of'the story that married .by force an Amerlcaii .girt ;stfn'ograp1ier working In a branch clothing afore at Torreon. :ANADA OUT OF-BISLEY IF WAR OFFICE INSISTS ON REGULATIONS Londoii, Feb. oE ths National RlHe aaBOCialtou mustered n force on Saturday for the ERneral The rneetlTig ia an annual affair, and on ordinary occa- sions Is engaged in the more or less pertuuctory business o[ adopting the report of the H. A. couucll, arid. the election of new melr.berB to Its: board. On Saturday, however, the hip at- tendance and Vcecn interest Indicat- ed something wai in Ihe wind. Afler formal business had been cleared away, a great deal of discussion took place concerning the new- rules that the Office, through the Army Council, IB insisting on for the gorernsnce of Blatey rr.eots. Several of thoEc preheat eipressed their fcellnsa .towards the War Of- fice and the new regulations .In no measured terras', and even the chair- man, Jxird Cheylsmcre, waa not Bfiar- ed a certain amount of criticism, for one. member, openly accused him of hivlnc done.hli betl for some time put to bring about the present clash. Major Pliiey, Major Flelcher, Mr. Tlpplns, flnd other vell-kno'wn rifle- men, hoped that it would go from that meeting lo Ihe Canadian Minister of Militia, Col. Sam llughoa, that the .V. H. A. had not created the present dif- ficulty, referring specifically to the Ross Rlflo feature, but that It was en- tirely the ivork of-a "Jumping Jimmy Showman" at the War Office not .The speakers coin -.'CONSTABLE' MRS. This SuftriglJt officer o! Angeles mas', -soon visit, Canada. Sbe repre- new era general suf. a In California. Uking the. path of.office Wells made rests. Wllh. certain classes of crlm been particularly iisohr to the force. mended Col. Hughes for the told tHude-. he had taVen up. Lord Cbeytsmore hereupon TMiJ-s, letter from hla Majwijr King his hope tiuit nada would not be prevenieiT from attending at. Blile.v Ibli ;tar. Thereupon a 'member jurattd up! 'Have you, he said, uldreciinf the chair, "explained the real potUEoa o( liinis io hit Lord .Charbnorr. curtly, a reply -which received by a chorus of disapproval. Lord Cheylemore Uen on to give an account ot saw that In April last the X.'Tt. had received ah iiHlBUlum from thi' War Office to (he. effect tint (ill body was appointing A- 16 go Into tin relations of thp N. A. and the War Office. After considerable, dEscuiiloo, the following motion vras carried uaaiit- niouslj-: _ t; 'tliat tills meeting that means be found wliereby'lfie War- Office conditions, now understood, do not take effect until the Staler meeting of-1915, In order '.lift ttieir effect oa a number ccppdltam from our Oi'erieas pomlnlons mifcy be fully It vai'tomethicc In oaturi tt an anli-cllnaax after to Jallwil t 'War o; ivordB, Ihe War fcetoj left In possession of what proialf ei' to the' Btrlclcen Held of thsi'' Bj.lej; of far, at least, Is concerned. CAN'T FLY THAT. FAR Orvllle Wrljhl Siys Prtssnt bay Can't Cron ihi Atlantic Cincinnati, Feb. A tlc trip In an aeroplana li at the pre- sent tine Impracticable. "It would be foolhardy for an .acla- lor to try this trip, ivlth the engine now used In ierotfanes." Thus Orvllle ot the pioneer bnllilere of riMvllr-tlno-alr machines, answered qusMloBi today is (o whether he Tvpuld enter (he Hats with other avlatora declare they Will (ry a trip across the Allan- tic la their machines. "The machines, as they jre built, have not tbe slaying powera-re- quired for a voyage of this ItMyth and under no circumstances ttp engines hold until the completion 6f such a Journey. "Efforts have been.made to cover the same distance on land, ind hive tailed, and while necenlly miy force thluis, It. Kill r.ot bolster up a, .weak when once th') comes." LONDON CC-UHT HOOM BEWITCHED _____, London. Feb. the Ing o! case here Saturday, lireif wllnesies In succession faljited dead' "My Ood! this place must lie be- ttUcheJ." exclalraed- tfie thirf, hr ail.. -Tiia; ire-jaflch.'p'e.r< if a from the preM.