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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1911 THE LETHBRIIHiB DAILY HERALD PACE SEVEN CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Blk Wednesday is Corset Day AND SPECIALLY VTTRACTIVE PRICES PREVAIL. lute p.lvrayG in tJorsctfi-ralways suppled you with models sutlcil lu your partkular flguie 111 Mode-rate f 9 Miss oi N'oouilocls uho lias bfea visiting iu Calory, is j guest ivith Mrs. w. J. N'elwn. s -t Miss 1'atiesoa is at a bridge and tea toT.omi'A1 Two tables ot luidee will be in pliy, while a large Duujbfr uf others are biddfn for the tea Lo'Jr. c v Friday night be held in the S. I O.K. hall the last of the series of ffM'fs daccfs, Ju.lging the pop- ularity of the previous jci con- thai Ihis is llie closing uum- of tbc series, a very large num- ber will no doubt Le S The wblst drive in HI Mary's pansb. hall'last under the auspices of St. llarv's lien's society was a decided success, eighteen tableu play, The favors were secur- Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. Emerson, Mr. Moore and Mr. (iuest, while the consolations went (o Mies Kinerson and Mr. Longley. z .Mr. Ci. U. Tibert is very ill at his hdrae en Twelllh St., A., X., 1 lyp'joid f Despite the disagreeable walking many o[ Mrs.- B. McArtliur's friends took tlje opportuuily of call- ing on Monday afternoon, when she uas lormally receiving for tbe flrsl time this Bfason. Dartodils in prbiusion diffused their bright cheerlness. in the drawing room, where the hoslcss wetcomct ter guests, decidedly ivell in a lovely gown of pate floweret! chiffon over blue satin. Mrs. Henry Galviit, uho invited to the lea was handsonielv e'd in black satin with shadow lace, bodice aud black hat jrren mount. ..Thc'diuing (able was prctly Us dra KIT-work cover and cluster o daffodils- anJ was presided over Mrs, C.- P. P.- who wore a chic model of nary bliv silk shadow .lace and orange accessories and 'plumed' hat ol hlue beaver. Tile served br Miss Tripp, dainty- in pale pink silk will cream Jacc, am Miss Galvin, in a'smart gown ot pui pic sitk eolienrie and black hat. ,-s Thcp bachelors of Cole man, an rtheru are lots of them, were Great Good Fortune For The Lucky Shoppers Here To-morrow Morning Early Morning Sale These dainty Night Dresses for Ladies Anoiber Una ot beautiful Night to go on sale tomorrow. Fin- eat While Hinnetette heavy and veil made, trimming of silk button, hole itltculag and blue ribbon. This Is one ot our Reg. J2 4 iff lines. Tomorrow I 500 yards of 5.0c Embroidery Linen 22c Here are 500 yards ot the fiuesi Em- broidery LJnen. warranted every tLrtad pure linen. They are full bleat-li- ed, Jiavo no and arc suitable for children's clothing and faacy embroidery work. Not a yard in the .-lot that. Is" worth less Ihan 50c yard. Tomorrow- moralng Per Three Hours 9-12 Fine White Wool Shawls 83 cents Just iwcniy-live ot these fine quality [jure Scotch Wool Shawls In' hoEey- ?cmb These are a splendid aud an extra large Tomorrow Monitor Snowy White Curtain Muslin Snowy wUHe Curtain Muslims, Email neat figure, suitable for bedrooms. kUchens. bathrooms, etc. The Mdlh Is 45" and tlie quality U extra fine. Regular 3Sc values. Tomorrow Morning Our February White Goods Sale Is now in full awing. This Annual Sale of While Goods has grov.-n to be an important movement of' merchandise, the coming cf Is fooked forward lo by hundred of peopli. The rapid growth of this department compels increased buying, which meani- advanfagei in quality and price not otherwise posilble. The garments in this sale are even better 'than we-have ever offered before. Prices very law. Make comparisons and tee fcr younelf. Wad'Jell arid others. Tlic lillle hop just put the t ouches lo a affair. The.ladies of Ihe Women's Chic club 'cordially thank all, who contri- buted, in auy way lo the success the evening. of tional was stoPMJ escopt in a .21 few cases where head masters, assi c'd hy their-families, made au to continue classes. k in a I Pai-ticijlar specimens ol un sisl- 'Wirings declare they have tri j ery_nrt Known to. lonesome n into the m GREATER BARGAINS Are to be had at BAWDENBROS.' February Furniture Sale Than Ever Before Brass E in llic siuarc nncl !55-00' lo _ _ i _. Lace Curtains Wo have asctired a f'Faclorjr Jxjl" of Kqrelty Cnrlatoj in Bcru ind While; regular selllns price H.50 lo SS.OO jier lialr. Your choice for, per pair Dressers and .Chiffoniers tn quartered sawn Golden Oak.' 30 Per Cent. Discount A regular 132.50 IJrcsse-r for J WindOW TTU1V4.WTT 24 only, Window Shades, son't n-cro65c to they last We can only list, a few of bur many bar" store is full of them. COME; AND'SEE BAWDEN "Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers" I unclaimed ieil cr- ;nown to. lonesome man in into the i'dict but'all in rain. Therd- solpnm conttave'a ifev.vdays ago ar.rl'decided to give the iair sex hereabouts a practical dem- onstration of ability as enter- tainers, in the hope that by so doing they might possibly induce the fair ones to lake" conipassion on tlieir lonesomoness. Such at- any rate is the manner in which Inc. case was laid belore your correspondent and il the happy countenances oi the aforesaid tiachelors, or the praises oi the-ladies the1 aopve social func- .lioo arc any criif ripn', then tlie num- ber .of hacLeloi.s in aiiil around Cole- man' is deafinrd lo .undergo a marked decrease. -Unqualified success attended the card party lield last evening in the S. 0.-K. hall under the auspices ot ti' Women's Civic clnb. The hall wore a festive and-gala -appearance with its Valentine" decorations. Oar- ands of hearts and Cupids formed an ctiective trrllis work over the stase, where potted plants, carnations and daffodils, rugs ar.d screens presented a cosy appearance, ivhile the walls were .dottcc. with heaits of various siies. Thirty tables ivete in play at whist and five hundred., according 1o fbe inclination of the guests, and ev- eryone secmcil lo have a perfectly congenial lime. Miss'Annie Hanraruui iiid Jlr. U. U. McUar'ty were the fgr- tunatc prize winners at five liuncirtd, ivhile Mrs. Frceb'jrger A. V. Uibbons carried ofi the trophies at uhisf. Dainty relreshrr.enfs wfie served it (he card tables al eleven-thirty, af- ter which Mr. Marnocli, president of the. Uoardioi Trade, gave, a snort but very, interesting address oil the girls' project, towards which the Women's Civic club Is .at present nendin'g all its energies, nnd fot which the proceeds ot last night's afialr arc to be devoted. At the conclusion of liis address. Mr. Marnocti presented tt.e'priM! winners" with their trophiw. The cvenivg's amusemmt concluJcd with' a vctj- dclighltul dance, the mu- die being liindly furnished hy Mrs. I-'raiik Waildi'ngton, .Miss {lalvin, Jlr. 1 SCHETGEX-BHADY An parly morning wedding occuiied this morning at St." Mary's "Roman Catholic rhurch, Calgary, when Jos- eph" locnl chief operator "or.the C. P.jH. telegraphs, and Miss Mary Isahcllfi Ilrady, of this city, were" uftifed .in lhe_'holy honds of matrimony. The cereniony was per- 'ormcJ by the Rev. Father MacDon- ald, being witnessed only "hy a few of the. relatives, and some of tho members of Mr.. Schetgen's staff. The happy-couple left immediately on "a loneymoon trip for the'west. C .V S The Sis-Six club will rou- night with Miss Suathcona Court. meet tomor- Pouncl at d The Ladies' Aid ol the Christian The public generally -would do well 1 to reserve Friday night for.the con-' cert, Aid Business Meet- ing at- Mohawk which will te put on at Wesley Hall. Press accounts of this event in other places are most- ehlhusisstic. and in nir.cty per cent, of the places, wliere it has appeared it has had to be repeated. Added, to tiiis the fact- Ihai all the characters-are local il a splendid hit here. f.- The first regular session ot West- minster Kpv.orth League was held last evening in the church. There was a splendid gathering of young people and a most enjoyable time was spent in old time games, interspersed with the following program Davis. Solo-Miss Hall. Francis. Hhitall. Kay; .The president, Uruce, gave a short address, outlining the policy of the society for the coming year. One of the pleasant features ivas the presence of Mr. Jolinson, presi- predated, especially in' conceciion with the formation of a young peo- ple's union for the cjty pi Lethbridpe. Nineteen new members were cbroll- cd, making a total of He fieshments were served, and.the gath- ering dispersed witli "fJod 8ave the King." Monday Westminster League will cnterlain Wesley League. V.'eslej- Epworlli-League, last even- ing discussed 'the'legislative to avert a eatastrophp, in this pres- ent economic crisis. Owen, in opening the gave n num- ber of headings, which the listeners were asked to enlarge for themselves. Under the headings of Cause ond-nf- fcst, the evils of Ihe struggle between Each Cube encloses in a I dattproof ons It Splendid to work 1 for the tonic to I the'wholc 'A will meet at two o'clock tp-jtient of St. Andrew's Ch'rislian l-'n- rnorroiv aitrrijoon al the chnreh for ideavor. His-remarks were inuch ap- work.. AH the members are urged'lo present. The. Music and Dramatic Art sec- tion UL the club will meet promptly at. three o'clock tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. C. It. Young, 1233 Filth Av'e-, S. fc A The Willarrt C. T. U. will hold a social tonight at. tho home of Mrs. A. .15. Humphries, First Ave., S., to- iiiglii.. All honorary mcmhcrs and friends from bolli the north and south sides arc cordially invifcd. o A business meeting of the Willard W. K. T. U. will be held on Thurs- day afternoon at three al the home of Mrs. Cain, 637 Sixteenth .Capital and Labor the evils o' rnoh- St., X. A full is request- opoly, and Its cfirctive maehinatfons, ed. religiously, industrially and political- s', were pointed out. St. Andrew's Ladies will hold its regular mouthfy meeting in the class room of Ihe. church at three o'clock tomorrow afternoon, when all the ladles conr.eclexl. with Ihe congrega- tion are cordially iuvilcd to be pres- ent. A goodly number attended tlie Westminster flulld mefting at Kr.uv church Monday gighl. Inicresllng and thoughtful papers on ''Alcohol and Kftlcfency" were hy Jlr. and Mr.1 Thompson. All the young of the i'roth- roh class ol the Wesley church, who are fating part in the tableaux the evening uolTuesday; February 21th, arc asVed to meet lor rehearsal on Wednesday evening after prayer meeting and to bring their coiluincs with them. a Ht. Cyprian's Y. 1'. A. held a missionary evrnifi'g on Monday night. The subject trader study was Africa. Rev. Canon McMillen opened the meeting with a reading on Cape dc Cairo, which was followed by a vnv Interesting (alk un.1lie customs, char- acteristics, etc., of the people of the Transvaal, Mr. Owen presented a strong plea 'or the laboring class, dwelling upon tlic influence of the sweating system, starvation wage, charity, and the commercialization of eveu the church in prodtcipt class Is contrary to the tcacliing of Christ. As-tending" to remedy the present conditions, a large bill ot advanced legislation ivas-presented, some of the points being, the abolition of saloon and suppression of social vice; 'es- tablishment of municipal colleges government control of the land and mineral wealth; profit sharing in in- dustries, and settlement of industrial disputes by arbitration state con- trol of railwais and slate insurance and old age pensions international interlocking banking system to avoir- panics disarmament, and consequent reduction cf tases, and adoption of the referendum and recall. RAKE UP MARCONI SCANDAL 1-ondou, Frt. Par- liamentary scandal in" conneulon with purchase'.ot Marconi s'lares liy Hie merabera of.jho-.Brilfsh Calj- inel, was. revived loilay. In. IJie Tlousc bf tiues.tlpn of" nariv fundB an'd tho [mr- chase "of titles of-nobility. COWANS f COCOA Just the.right flavor i D RI N K BUJEWBBON One of the Most of bcveraffes. Western Cnnodji's niosl poiiular Tcii. Von try it. Send Advertilcment with 25 centt to Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The but cook bock .for. use in Weittrn Write name jnd jiidrtM ;