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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, IWIiKtlAUY IS, 1IUI THE LETHBR1UGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN OUR SPECIALTIES: CORSETS. HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR We Are Particularly Strong on White Cottons j These very Low Prices ptevailfot the balance of this week. Get your share. lOc Bargain Bargain Bargain No. 3 Bargain :n; intli Willie Cctlon. veiy strops, tenvy ruuua tliwad, gooJ al I2'4r llie talaiite o! ihla wetk. 11 yarJs fur Sl.'J'J itr yard All Kuplitli L'olton. full J'arJ wiJi', fir.t- liircatl (ri'C from dressing of any kind, l.'.v On fale for tliiw (lays. yards for tl.00, or v-cr >airt Tlirpe SjrlcllJld lliii-F. enllrely 'llffcr- pul--KnRHiili eBptH-Ially for Jci weir; Flue quality ctoVti. no dressing, and llie uld fasbloneJ lake your S yjuiis (or {I.OU. or THREE BYE-ELECT10NS IN ENG- LAND THIS FIGHT ON OTHER' ISSUES INSURANCYACT RAPPED For Ihose wlio require -Ironic liavc beeu "with their aunt, Mrs. Mi. fJeorge Whelm on behalf of the j ifficers and tcaiSiers ol Ibc school, i a shoil address bidding good-bye LUJIS tbal to Mr. T. W. .Qoaylf, on account of leaving the city, is severing his Uonarcilon ihe school." troubled Red carnations arid ferns were used in decoration and the hostess "Vas as- sisted by Mrs! John Cooper in serv- ing dflfcfabte dainties. THURSDAY SPECIALS These Rousing Bargains on Sale all day Tomorrow 500 yds. Fancy Dress Trimming reg. prices up to yd. 500 yards of beautiful Fancy llress Trimmings to clear yjt tomorrow. Consists of Knotted SUk Frtiigea, Uall Rllk Lace Insertions, 1'erziau and Bulgarian Ban- 'leauE. range of designs anil colorings. Lines tbat told ID tlie tegular way as high as Jl.5'-1 yard. On CM Slip all Jay Thursday, per yard wC SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW Curtain Lengths of Bungalow Nets and Scrims, End T mill ends of Cuitaiu Nels amlTScriir.E in 4. and 5 yard lengths. They Include lybry n-jngalow Nets, dainty White Muslin with green stripe, plalp .Scrims and daluly colored bordered Scrims In blue and" green AUo a lev Koru Voile wtlh stencil Some of these are worth as high as 60c per yard. OQ JVi aud 5 yard euds. per end................. I itw Infants' Dainty Cambric Gownsr-Just 57c Ctubs and Societies iVilHam Cleary, lett for home afternoon. The Uaiighters the Empire hold tl.eir lirsi.regular monthly meet-j iug in" tht Y.M.vy.A.. at four o'clock tomorrow a'tpriipoji.. All members and jail intending are cordially invited lo atteail this meeting. Much interest, centres in-the Ladies' Aid entertainment; which will be a special feature lor Friday night at this Wesley Hail., Kur.ny characters ar.d Victorian costumes should guarantee, that "A Ladies' Aid Meeting at, Mo- Mr. Lahey, of Sniit Curieut, frossroaJs'1 will be a decided spent the past'-: with frir-nds hit. v. ee-: liere, le't (or hoint today. The Young'Ladies' Sortalily of St. ['alricVs church' ate entertaining a card party in the S. 0. 1C. ball this evening. Hid Mr. guests with aim, ny J. Armstrong -.for the .Friday nigUt.; Its. llaryfstcr Co.'s dance in The anair, which premises to be very de- lightful, is by ir.ritation only. iir. AKher liaivorlh of be enUrtAlntag" atM Harper's hatil6il VritlaV efei Mr. and Jeit at Tues- y night.lor on receipt of the -sail Asplin's F BILL PASSES IT WILL EE THE FIRST BANK PROMOTED IN ALBERTA father had been killed. The deceased man jvyas an eagincrr riinniuc out of c Mrs. Willfani CLeaiy welcomed spir.e thirty visilois, when she Tuesday afleinopn in connection with the Ladles' Pat- rick's church. Crimson and car- nations were (ragranily pretty'in de- coration t oge {her wit h fe rns and po'ttod plaiits. Mrs. (iehm poured tea, assistants .were, the hosts' nirccs, the Misses" Martinski, ol Win- 'VE- A number oi local.young men ave named themselves "The Masters ol who Pie- gave very ijoyable little dance in Harper's hall Tuesday evening. guests were recent and Jancing was hade par- Ottawa, Keb. of he- hill to incorporate the'Bank, of -Idmonton was dcTerreil this morning by the committee on banking and ommerce for a .fortnight. The bill ,tand? in the name of James. Doug- as, of Klrathcona. lion. W. T. who is still con- fined to his room, srnl word by Hon. 4. II. perleyHnat he desired llie bill lo stand until he was able to attend. 11. n. Ames, (St. 'Mont- real, as'xed the promoter of the bill o supply the committee with infor- mation ns to the standing of the men Behind the new, haul'. Mr. Douglas promises to do so. lie assured the committee that tiie promoters werft substantial business men of Edmon- ton and Calgary. More Money For C.P.R. Lines in West Montreal, tjiie., J Hury, vico-prcMdent of the Canadian Pacific, wcslero lines, arri here this moTfilng to cunftr' president regarding the company's lines west of the (Treat LaWs. H was ascertained: lhal Ifcer'ft was absoJuleiy no truth in tji_e repor lhai the company contemplattd malt Inp .a substantial reduction on to wvstcin appropriations, 1m thrft. as a matttr of Bur] han hrtn called i> ibc object cmJtrring as 1r extensions the cvtensions are fo be i si ill unknown, but 11 undcTatooi that they nil! amount lo a consider able sum ol money and that man; parts dl the prairie provinces vill In unique evening Has teen piepared by the Young Ladies1 class of church for Tuesday. Feb. 24th, Wesley hall, A series of tableaux have been provided, music and games, tc. IlefresuWnU wjll be served and only twenty-five tents .is being charg- ed lor admission. Miss. Cameron, the newly appointed Travellers' "Aid, ivould be grateful for donations o! magazines or other lit- erature to be usrd for the literature boses. These may be "left'at the de- pot or Hooin '3S Victoria preferably the latter-place. Mrs, Bricker's class of Sunday school deligbtfully eDtfJTaiti- the adiilt Bible 'at' church last cveaicj. were play- ed, and ;an inipromplu program of songs and readings proved very pleas- ing. Later "a ,very lecfieiche lunch, which had been prepared by the young hostesses, girls ot-. thirteen to sis- teen years pt age, WAS thoroughly en- joyed by the executive oT-the.Women1 s Civic club met Tuesday evening and found that the splendid satn of (67.50 was realized ftoin the card parly on Mon- day night over and above all ex- penses. This amount may be further increased a little, or two re- turns are still to be made. The Willard W. C. T. held a splendid social evening at'the home of Mrs. A. on Tuesday nigbt. Tho main features weic, the splendid payer-'on Francis Milliard, fine soft ttugUeh Cambric OOWES for These gorns. ate trimmed with dainty embroidery and lace, threaded with ulpk and blue ribbon. They luva a two Inch hem ami. three narrow tuclte al-tht boltom. of oiir regular 75c values. Thursday V-r One Ladies'Flannelette Drawers oh Sale-2 5G. Drapers, cut from heavy and splendid wflirinjc Imported flannelettes in neat pink and blue striped Well made! A rtgiilar 6dc value. Hudson's Bay Co. '.ft a local woman was engages for 1911. Miss Mary. Cameron, i.vvhp substituted during Fcbruaiyj vas-'giv- en the permanent .position. .Jor Use year. A. talk on Travellers' Aid work was by Misa'Currie, of Montreal. Miss Currie has bad a lot of experi- ence a-id her remarks' were timely, and prwticat and ..thoroughly I by her hfarrrs. A 'motion was put and. carried to grant the girls' rest rooiu. -proposi- tion ten dollars a month from the t'entra! C. T! lr. A Vqinmit-tce appointed, to or- ganize, and carry on'L. T." L. worlt in the city, and another was placed in charge ol a social evea- ng. to be held at the home of Mrs. Dr.) McClure on March .3rd, members, hoTiorary .-members anil those-interested T. L'. work are "i." icularly plcasir.g owing to'the splen- td music rendered by Cliue's City iciiuEia, uliich made its initial ap- t-ar'ancc, and won many admiring otnmenta. Us erved al halt refreslirr.cuts tiir.e, "after which vere lancing ivas atain in order until near- y two o'clock. N'ofwithslanding llie. stonnv ailer- noon many friends took the upporlun- ty of calling on Mrs. U. K. Brandov Tuesday atternoon, when she was ormally at home for the laU time ;his sea Mrs. her rearing a smart gown of champagne laffeta. Mfss Rcnningtoii, :he 'dining ronfrWore a yrelty cos- of royal blue and gold foulard and golden brown cut braver hat. .The dining table was centred with a shower ot pink and whito tulips, while clnsteri'ol sweet peas in the. same shades rested at the corners. Mrs. Keihnond, who presided, wore a dainty embroidered white voile cos- Euinf and loqte, while the as- .iiiits Virre Mrs. pixon in cleU blub charmeuse and white and black hat and Miss Agarjn pile. with shadow lace and black picture bit. Coughs and Colds Forerun Sickness which-was read by.Mis PicVel, ar.d he interesting addrtss given by Rev. U. Bryan, Vwal solos by Mrs. William Mit- roS Mrs. Home, Mrs. yDunsworth and Mr. nnd an instrumental number by Mrs. Gertrudr Italley, were thoroughly enjoyed. Dainty refreshments were served l.y :Ko hostess, a pleasant social hour icing then in order. Fifty-five members attended Si. An- drew's Christian Endeavor on Tues- day evening. Mr. Johnston took the reading, while Mr. White gave, an ex- cellent laltt'on lor Business Men and 'Women." Mrs, A. C. Hryan anil Mr, Arthur Hartley read short papers along ihe same Iir.cs as Mr. White's address. A selection bv Miss Hume, .Miss Mr. Hartley and Mr. {liirr was much appreciated. t The special meeting oE the Central W.C.T.U., hfld Tuesday afternoon at the home ol Mrs. McRaf, was attended. Considerable business tfausacled, the special feature being In connection with Travellers' Aid work. Srmni applications bid been received, and alter due considerttion TELEGfiAPH RATH DISPUTEi 0 OR.THME VcARS MAY END Ottawa, Feb. final hearing in the- telegraph case, which has betn aging the atieiition. ol the rail- way, board at-' intervals for about three years, is likely to bo held short- ly, tt'ilhjn the past week, "the C. P. H., G.-H- P, .side, ol hasfhecn ..submitted to the [loard In ijirected hy the board.. 0. 11. argument is.expected in the course, of :was. submitted-; some months.aEo 's'jiac PithladQ, wasrnftmed by tlie lale government .inquiry coinuiencVd'to There .will" in. .be one j more then will i be made clear for-a JLtdgmcal by the board. with KOTTJ EJIULHW a tiiwcti Drugged piUf and alepholic syrupc are remedies! but Scotf 'rw cbiai tlie the lutigf. coyiicll l but tWy Mp inatly in up U GriM W cWM out tix the blood. litKeMW my nlwve or etre liuwnint, lndlfCMion, ottier comrftoi tilinoili. In linx W th; Dr. Mont'l Indian Root Tint tn n A Cape Feb. 18.-A battle In proirtss todjy he goTfiamenf troops and the rebels li Orahd Hitvit, Ku rnllfj from tills The ot Daf- Theortore sfnt lot raehts. At the same timt, the Haytlan (Ov- nrnw.t varship N'oro Alexis borci- ?nd force t troops ructifil l.imbf. The (prtlun consular corpj; En Cape Hay lien, with the command- if o( tie UiiUfd i-aiiliip San rrar.cisro, 'advised Senator Theodore lo retire the iustd. Coflet is the recogniied which tilt otheri judged. -Ssnborn, ;