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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, February 19,1913. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD & The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Prepare For Ati^ Early Easter At the store Catering Exclii-jB^yely to your Particular Needs in all mattei's of Dresis^ where selections are the largest^ styles, most exclusive, values the best and satisfac-^ tfoii always guaranteed. : i'"qrpjf( &{6W Is now overflowing with the choicest -ptyletflH'sirits, coats, dresses, waists and millinery |t }f.-ppsqlb}p( to procure, representing the products olf tl^eijleftdjpg manufacturers in the country whfcU --)(l>|ippiflHg|J'''pxeluslvely for us in Lathbrldge, and . v;r?Jidy/t9'?3l'v^ patronage as U has never been �"'�yr^V*! before. ' � .................. lijl^rfiilllf Sttractiiffi Dposses JwBt.tO'liand by express, including the most w?ar-"i'ftblff'ffUl attractive styles one coiild wish to laea � ^nd values fully one third better than we have .(Bhowu.iany-previous season;. EDITED BY "INO" PHONES. Office 1224 Res. 1115 Kindness never is forKolteii, So be ye kindly, all tlie while ; Never lose a chance of helping The Same dog over tlio stile. Let helping, always helping, Be your motto for the day ; Eveu the. smiling pod Helps in'its little way. ' ". -Mr.s. Muggins.    Hostesses tbtnori:ow :- Mrs. Alexander Siiiilli. ...... >^ Not receiving tptnonow :- SlrjB. J. Mofgiiri. .r.JVIrB.,VVil!iain jOIivcr, (iOG Fifth Ave. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The G. T, E. cUil) will meet tomorrow evening witli Mrs, L. H. Fowler, 282 Seventh Ave., A., S. Those interested arc reminded oi tlie tea Which wiil ho given at the Nursing Mission toniDh'ow b'y the ladies of'lhe llelit^l society. Great enthiisi'asn\i and interest centres 'in -the d(*iiiiiStic science classes now regtilaily 'in' order on Tuesday and' Friday eivoiiings at the manual S., will receive on aaturdav next lor, , ; the IrTt tim6'slnbe her marria-c. Twenty-c5ne. pupils profited by the .tpe.F'-* timo^since her marua,c. 1 jngtrubtions^ of .'Misfe Preston last ev- �Vititors arc cordially wel- J.'Eckstorm has returned ^. ,. , , ^ . � oohie at thus* classes for .thort vis- Prelty Cloth Dresses J^ia.OO to$lG.50 of-finest pure SeSrln ino^t ait-'. , tracflve a�d''neat fitft- : T lttf�styra#^h,'full range '' \'; Of- ^iaes from small. li'oni'eft'pfQ- pto'ut sizes; r Lovely Silk Dresses $12.50 to $25.00 : 'Strongly featuring i^ithe hew peplln and coat, 'effects accordeon pleat- � ing 'and shirring, iti'"' plain and shot messa-'Une. " � More Suijli Coats FRESH-FUOM THE HANDS OF THE MANUKA*0"t!;�U�B[�F.=^ comprehensive odlv..;..: . Ifiotlon- In wool Bedfords, 'Whipcords, Tweeds, wore^eilft^aiKl'P^rges, including the strictly man tailor,ed a&v.w�ljs.|ia, the-, more attractive novelty effects., ,> i. ..^ . , Tailored Suits $20 TO $47.60 �(Every one tailored in the very ^besti possible way and absolutely exclusive with the store. Most 1V0 Tailored Cqats S10T'�S35 - Perfect Ip fit and- shape-lceeping abilities; smart 8tyliBli..and jaunty as can be. red .'And particularly strong values In-silks,' llnen?/;ant(Vo�tif>gs. Tailored Wash Waists $1.50TO$5.00 � Mord- than ^8'score^of .attractive new BtJrleS'. .^wittt�aaintJ'tQ,uol�es of, trimming, to add to thelji attraottvonesSf All. guaranteed, perfect flttingrs ,,,soadsi.V> �.. . .. :;' Tailored Silk Waists Special---$3.50 ' J[^tural Shantung siik in, fine quality as.wall a8-p}a)n.Messaline silk, in a .full range of all the '; watt1;ed qplors, :plain sljlrt styles with ppokot.' r Ms. c. ies"m'Seattle. iVIr. and Mrs!. J. W. Dartlett re- rehiain duting tile entire SDSSion. Tbhight at 8 o'clock the larewell ^ mi. urn. v. ... servjoes to Krisign Andrew and Cap- tfirwd last mght from a shoit vibit ^^^j,,,^ the S. A. ;m, Calgary and Edmonton., ,^.^^^^1 tomorrow evening at 8, Captain'altd'Mrs. Tutte will be wel-cotnedi - , ,, !VIr'.,amrMrs.'H. M. Whiddington Ve'^p' weekend Visitors at the RoCky Mpttntain Sanitarium at Frank. Slis'. Donfcy, of Macleod, who was , a'gUost at' the Gibson-Way nuptials � tpday, is staying with iMiss Benning-|ioft,fluting her stay iu the city. Mr: \V. H. MGLelland, of Calgary, wlio saw Mrs. IVIcIjellanci oft for Cali- -fornia this:-jntiti^iig on an extended visit, haS'rrturne^ ihoine. .; Sr=F PRODUCTfE .IN|reRE8T1ISQ" FIGURES SHOWINO � a} WHEAT PRODUCTION OF V' BRITISH ' EMPIRE Lond'on;.'peb; 18.'-Some intereisltlng Jnformaltldn reia^rdlng the wheat sup-� Ply Qf Qreat Britain Is KivtMi in the ,hoftr4 ip(.trajter"ivgricultural atatiatlos, ljust laBiXpd.A ioomparigoa is made .(jf'.t|ie Empire and the growth of pop- fjatlon sl'ttcer-ther census of 1910. Tak-(S' '^Ija ^yjjited/Kingdom, AustTalla, .Qapftdo, India-and , New ^r�p?,6aoutte8:'thft British Empire, a .j^j^ei, tttdreflge- both in 'vfheat area; .�(04 pppulstlQnlp shown in 1911. Im ;^j!l..9f ,th9 -grsat divisions of 'the Bm-rplrei'itii� .axtfinsion of the wheat area ,]^as.l)�oii g;reater. than the increase.of :\,g9pulatioR.., .' ^. ,- ;r In 1010 {here were nearly 35,000,000, .?4ore|i, or,^bout onereighth of an acVe: jor-eaoh of:the 283,000,000; In'19J,l,i �'Mwe were 60,000,000 acres or'about! .oRfliixt'h'df ;jin 'acre for each of t^e, |308(0"00,000. inhabitants. If the Whdfe fpf^'this aor'edEe'were as productive as-U^'P'-'t'wo' million'acres in the Unitsd ffln^domf"It would very nearly.aufflce �fpi(*"the'total requirements of the pre�- 8Dt populations,^ ^sspnUflf. tlipt they were all, wheaV.'^^riij; ii,ii|,-;^a,^;.thelr average vCpnBu'papyVui* 0^5^ r^wid was the- imipA IL^Silridf i-tW'^i^^^i''^^*"*^* 'hlted'iKJngjiiiinf,, "Tbsse as-;^t8 at ;a6r ah ,_.'\lnit6d Kingdom "is thirty^t|(fa0v!.bVbfils, Is i^ A-usltfella. 1'? , ftn^fisJ^f ..^R^t'.'Cfiajada ljUBhels, iD-'in^fl,!!^ "hushels, aiid. lit IJow'Zealand (3�ljli;piujil|, the sm'allest ribrea^^^^9 ^TiM^altfr SI. 11 TOO MUCH CI.VIC ^8UINEp8 HAS TO GO TO* QOVBUNOR. FOR RATIPICATION ' ' Fredoncton, N-i;^^ li^j '- thpugh it hap 'pp1(,^�).pyirpygpp^ guns and ammunrtipi^J^�'tJri '"Xrel^uJ, the city.,b"t St. J^Jin-'^ji^s'. Upte^lckfd tq haye shome rul^ ,si54_�vjiCK,''^^ijpj-'el!ect! iwjjjiflbei;';) --G^jjijain Grant,� A.D.C; to his'Roy-al' HiRhness th6/Buke oi Connaught, a St 16ft for "England en-route to In-diar    Mv. and- Mrs. J, S.' Kirkham are rejoicing over tlie blrtli of a son.' Mrs. W. A. Henderson, of Winnipeg,, , artiVed this afternoon and is a guest 'ivith Mrs. A. E;. Gibson. Mr. _Hen-tfe^son and 'Mr; .:Gibson will follow sKorily from iVIedicine Hat. Dr. Gibson, Avliose tnarriage to Miss '^a.y', was celebrated ^at liigh noon to-',^^y, was presented last evening by 'tjie boys of the YiM.C.A. boarding .ci'ub with av-bemitdiul reading lamp.;  Mr; Leveritt Do :�.oher, of thoBanlc ot'Montroal staff,'i:thas been transSer-red to ;t'he NelsoA branch and leaves thfe latter part- olVthe week to as-sume; his new duties; v � . -� �;  ifw  Mrs. W. CrOBbj"-left for GraJton, North Daliota, on receiving the sad news, that her sist'bi; had* been killfed in an ;Accident. Sj^pere, sj'impathyiis felt for Mrs. CrofeJj'y bjr fier maily iJl'IpBds here.  Utt Uni'^\93 *''at a'picisa: _ ____ . ;0. f'. entJtf over the tact that St. John - could'l^^fe^ df a�picaba?i!^Vist dii\e -nid not appoint-its own pollce,'ffir(3?.'� in Lmty liajl. last evcmns. out the sanction of the Jegii^atiirer'' | >f�neteen ta'iles were m play, Mrs. .-The matter canie to a fieadi&ent- S Li Joncfa and Mr W Coven vmu-ly when the city cotfimissibners. pa^S-WS-^^ trophies-; whrle. .the  eousola-ed.a resblu1;ion dismissihg tlig,.,wholi'\..i:m^'mm" hcmg supplied .by.. i:ii,ntrait6d . _.....-y-" �::^j!i:ti kell'S oi'clicstra. I .;:-_i-,---:i Toiiiglit' at seven o'clock a rally supper will he served at the First Baptist' church.- 'A good jirogrann of music arid' tradings has' been arranged, and the attendance should be All. members of the order of the Ea'stern ' Star .'are^ invited to attend an ''a,t-h'ome''''a.t three o'clock ,on Sat-urdtii', ,Febp.i&,ry 22nd, at the home of Mrs.-Ji--Ar;'!?ouhg, 323 Fifth Ave., South.-'" Thehoate'sses will be Mrs. Minor, -Mrs.-' Graham and Mrs. 'Y'oung. 'Tlip,: Junior. 4uild of St. Mary's cHiirch ihet'at.the home of MrsJ 'Wash-brooi las't evening. The following ofllpers'.^era elected for the ensuing year.: �:., President-;MrS; Saunders. .1st Vioe-t^6b.--Mlss Violet 'Webb. ,2nd,Vice-Presr^Miss Lily 'Webb. Secretaryr-Mlss^Iellie Diggory, .-Treas-urer-JiIiss Alberta Washbrook The gjiild .dp.cidqd to hold a social on KWtir M6ri any, co-qperatfrnii-Which SUFFERING FROM �BILIOUSNESS Al^io OVERWORK-IS AT  'CAIRO, EGYPT, t -Ji^ftfro^ Feb ' 1* - J .p. Morgan is countess LIVING IN BRWAIM tells the WORLD AN IN-' TERBSTINa STORY' >� .tj4r-|he,^ Aft l''ourtii Ave ,, was the scene ot letory to Mr i\rorE;an, soii-ln-la representing more than forty denopi- I'Ji very pretty wedding at high uoon j p tjioj,g^- gajgij Europe' inatipiis, met at a luncheon;it:o(3ay.�ln!^tQday, "^vhen thoir.youngest daughter, honor of James. Bryco, wb0 -has-J^tl-nounced his impending retlr&tti^Jit ^as^ ambassador from Great Britain.V �!Jara Podoiia, was united in mam "aget'�^0 Dr. Milton .John Gibson. Mr. Bryoe, in a speech, congrtteuJat-f ~ ' T".,"' , �" " T M the clergy upon their imMaBinB �^^?5', entered the drawing rooni to willlngneBs to forget religious differ- the"^strains of Mendelssohn' ences -when opportunlity aroto^tq-flCh' ""^^"'^ ^''"^ Margaret Fra- operate for the public good,^ j tiy-Ifewt A.J, tlie appointed hoilr the biide, igg^- jomins^his wife and Mr.. Morgnh'. escorted by her lather j who gave .her upithd home goverhmeht'- cOufdr^-affoid l^wduld be^ gladly*: -llveri.'?; ; (eblonldl Eiecretary Harcourt, hear,-lbi6�tr)i': ' He, understood '^leiie". had'b�dii some nrisgivings In thlivpouh'tiry as-iip  the intentions of his'rigovcrnhwnt .-to: cpnr ^on-i'n-Viw"'^of t^^'''' imniigreLtion-JJpJicy--; ha i t,-',-,;s*,�'�=c- ! could assure them thqy need-nqt^.en-'i-J- ".^'^t'SctTr wIlhoiTn \fr' ! i'^'^tain thu slightest ?Dar of �nra>ban- heretofore. , gjsi;;/The bridal partv stood beneath aV.afch, of chifion and ribbon,m the A fir�t paillamenlary return shows over i500 dismissals of ' govorninent employees in' the first three months j of the*- Borden gpvernment, exclusive of post ofH'c^ ofnolals. �. ,i -- itproviu-: i'tiVA providing f VOftlne\ by the bills'WBfe' .iijtJwi cial Jcgisl^turo^, 'that >in,iiiture city' CoupoU sh*' amoe dr-c'dSfltr' Governpr-ln-Cojiuij^v^..-. The trouble peems"'tQ h>yB"''&rlBen Ions and philanthropic org^nlj[a|.^iqn|, $2,500 FOR BROKEN HE'AR;C i:%a momiL wae. ' l-bftfalfed in pretty-pptusion. - / ;"''.TliS bride was an attractive picture inHier wedding robe, of .ivory :satin eA iitralne ..with heavy lace and swj^ns-doym! elaborrttion, and emhroiderod nat-^eil caught with orang,e blossoms ;|Ol^''a Juliet.cap. ->i5er bridesmaid was ' her , sister,; M{bs'Ethel Way, who wore'a fi'mart tojletle of .light blue silk with gold Jns|U:;6iofi, while .the Kroom .was sup.i .pdafefi^l by Dr..Guy, ol Maclcod. j, .'Th& cercmrfny was . perlormcd by ^tiJl6''J[ev. A. G. Cameron in the pres-.e^c\ pf some twent/-two guests. i'MtS. .VVay, the bride's mother, wore (i becoming costuma ot . black sAlc :ad(jrned witli, laco and fringe. �''"I'piflvdiatcly after the ceremony the guests .sat doivn- to. a rcchorohe lun-olwon^ alter which the bride slipped' I'aTwyiand- ddnned . her going 'away ligOBttioE navy-blue serge with reliev--ing' touches of ' white and black iplwmedi-hat with gold cPlorocl (lowers. '-^'Jw groom's . gitt to the bride was, a'-piano,, to. the. bridesmfid a signeti ^JlH^Vto the pianist a belt pia and to! the-gFOomsman gold^and pearl^studds: und 'pM linHs. ^The; lovely ariay of wedding gifts, ^Jiincd to the popularity of the 'biXiHe" and 'feioom. The out ot town g|f9|ta at ;the� nuptials- "wore - Mrs. 'IJofley nnd Dr. .GUy, of IVIaolcod. An excellent-praetifce of ''the' L>eth-brldge Musical and Dramatic cliib was held last eve'rtSng at iha Conservatory of. Music,' .''^Mr.'! Geft': Mttford, who.ils conducting! the- alnglhg.-in. the "Country QiH" the beautiful' and celebrated two-act Ehg'llsh icoDlIo {opera; is delighted v/ith the progresgjtlie dub is-making. All tfiemusic-ln'th&frst act ..has. been-vtouched nupoji aifd the captivating melodies .'have engendered a spirit of enthusljism- among those who are taking part and wheQ.; the play,.Is produced:here in. ths;;'-wurse of a couple of'jno.mhs, ong.of.t^Aaeat amateur produc^pna ,that .'haa. .ever graced the boar^p ip a �western city, will be put on �{Qr-4he.\;B^proval .of local theatre-goers.. ; . '5'" ; - The next "ySe'^-'olnb-'will be held in- the -Majestic theatre' next sTuesday cvenlngi.if tthe .'liousp' Is'^not called.into, use fRr .Dther.^pn5pos as to:]eav�-.her free l^m/tW'i!�6^1o- � tlons of court etiquette; which-9tMerv%tl!tl^:,i^^ [Sip,$lie:te�rne4 -thfttTh^rf�laOM^i'yiii' the Austriaii Empf�ii�.i * " * S ^ nelt, b'cavalry officei; who s 8um�, which Countess Leitijfl:^, were, prpbably. has�hold,;�)ii then took bis wife fo Aan�rl d�BertIng,.her?.ttd their, tyro, at MI'ontreil. After. dlyoVolai. nelt she marrl�d Couut Zuiardi-^dj^i The Coun*eSB. tald Bh� Stcm^iffl letters froin her mother (die; wish to publish. _Sbi�h�B.nfie^>t6i think that the BJmj>r�flB her a large auhi of ��4�(r' iW^t^i&j^lftie never received. She also 8�r�-a;i^il8ft;| which she mada last year iq'l�e.rJliC: knowl�dg�d an Auatitaa &i�bd^c)^^4i'v: resulted in an offer^ ot |400>M4;4iij>if�a4il but the Countess says �he tefu^M'Jo aqoept To^ardlftg the mdtlfej' TStfVafe*. feared a tras..:Mor0ov5r,;Sto6:�^f 4h^l does not wint iii6ii�j!;,-T�ttt".tM6''fiS^ nition of her birth, i ^H^\ ' � :Vik: i Muelhelm^am-Ruhr, Geraianyi;>'P^h. :; 10.-A visiting Catholic cler^yjijfin, i named ''Wengfelfer,' was ahotand^,instantly Wiled' by a PoHah Waffoian ; tqdfcy In the contea'sional of .si/^BfaspV bert'b Church-here. ' ,. The murderer- wa� afresteff,","* He declared- he had' intended � to k|li:l.'-tUe regular priest of the: church, iri^j-  9. f ' jA' cH^^l^?wjlla^ wrap .,.^^sl''�W,|3r witii chin-1 Mrs. tincSlfr uH. ^elliffy Muy.B. AnnoutJCQg'^tlie reraovjil'-of heft^tudio to ' " � ,;\':V94-'i2thWi-'.-,fer' ," '^V'here slie''jvtll'fee-'pleaBfid to receive advai^fiei} 'iyjj^ii'^ gjnners lii .,pf|iJio-'frJ;^"flaying and' har^iony.i Thfr V^lt ..^^cilltl'eB ej^ij^qyed' In'-'thP, development ot an e^faotivV"' ,dependahl� piano ^iedmiq^^, and the abiliiy tq esePUt^ positions with aeptlracy brilliancy and firmnose of touqh,' prettttion, ' - ' ' ph< vi,..,.. mi mm 83 20 14 54 ?9319846 ;