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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta _Tlmrs(lay, February 20, 1013 THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 9 CHILDREN^ Every Boy and Girl attending the special 5c Saturday Matinee at' ^ Will receive a big,bag FREE of KILLIEN'S DELICIOUS CANDY Also a splendid big box of choc olates given to the most po(^ular Boy or Girl. EDITED BY "INO" PHONES Office 1224 Res. 1118 CHILDRENl Come on Saturday.pnifl fine! out about It. _ STATE COONSEL ADDRESSING JURY DEMANDS DEATH SENTENCE FOR ALL BUT ONE OF PARIS BANDITS Paris, Feb. 2i).-The fifteenth day of the bandit's trial was talcen up with the second part of tlie argument of Prosecutlng-Attortiey Pabre, -who, after a concise and clear domoustratton of the cuUiablUty of llxc pTisoners demanded of tija Jury death sentences (or Dleutjpnufl, Callemln,- Soudy; Matge, Cftrouy and.JMonier, and for Gauzy ho^ pleaded' extenuating clrcum-' Btaiices, 'becanso of his previous -good character and stiindlng.  Asslstanf 4,ftQi;nfty-General Jxiroque Hcgan, iii his argunieat for the prosecution of the oth�r prisoners, stated that under cov?t of practising doctrines o,f. anarchy, they really carried on the vocation of bftndlts and assassins, whereupon KUbatchlohe shouted, "I am heart and soul 'with.' anarchists, but not with assasBlns."  M. Fouroade, editor of the Journal L'Anarohle, has been sentenced by default to five ye^ts' Imprisonment for Hihielllng !|;he .jury of: ithd iODa-ndlte' trial. A GOOD-BVE KISB A good-bye kiss is a little thine; ; With your hand on the door to gOi But it tfiUes a,venoni put of the sting Of a thgughtleSB word or a cruel-fling That you made ah liout ago. A kiss of greeting is .iweet and rare After tlie toil of. the day And it smooths the -furrows.;plowed by care, ;� ' ,-� � The lines on the forehead, you once called fair "' In the years, that have ttown away. 'Tis a little thing to, sfiy, "You are l!i.nd, contributed a couplis of vocal soloa. At the conclusion of the program, those preseni, spKiit an hour in pleasant .social inlcrcour.se. The Hospital Aid society will meet with Mrs. H. G. Clarke, 122 Thirteenth St., S., on Monday aftrjrnoon for sewing. ArranjjBuients will l:o made- regarding the ball on March .28th,;. au(l the cominitttos fOr same j will be appointed. The public isj liindly asked to keep March 28th lor the ball a�nd assist the ladies by their presence. '"P". , ... I The oITiccrs and teaclwrs of KnOK I. love you my dear, each night ,! ^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ j^^^ But it scads a thrill thro' the heart, I flnd- . ' � '  ' For love is tender:,, and love is blind- As we climb .life's rugged, Ucisht. We starve each other for love's cat-css ; � . \  :  We take but we dp ,n6t\givp ; Tt .seems so easy fsonioi soul to bless, But we dole tlie.'lqve gruejgingly, less and less, �  Till 'tis bitter and Iia'rd to Uvc. �^Andrpw Lang. . , � � . � . �; Mrs. William .Cleary retarned yesterday afternoon' ,from a'Visit in Coleman. ' -  f � Mrs. J. 13. neuter returhei yestcr-,day afternoon fVOrn atr-e^flendeii visit in Vancouver. � ' !:>upcr!ut3ndent J. U. Higinbotham presiding. Interesting discussions on Sun.lay school work tooiv place, and .some rcarraniCinents of the library -iveru discusssrt. Mr. .h R. Oliver wuh appoialed secretary-treasurer of 'the s:huol, wliile Mr. Fred Wedge was appointsd librarian. After the business of the even'nj ! had been transacted, an cnioyablc ku-cial hour was spent. Dainty refreshments were, served, the tea tsulo being presided over by Mrs. McLaren and Mrs.. McKillop.  -.  Tlie farewell given to Ensign Andrew and Captain I'easo at the new [ .�3. A. Citaiel last evening, t-jstlfmd !. strongly to the elltcicnt wovlc done by the odiccrs during their, stay in nri,, iii _� r-,i,-n-,., 1,, e-nonii-'l-'etlibridgo: .The attentituKc was large. Miss Moore, -of Galga y, 1^ J'P''of work? Not so; thos? Ling that his.mother ,Passed away .lust | bright eyes would be pictuTlng the a ;few--,hourS before,ho-re�ahed Areola. 1 meeting -with Billy who plays' the Sympathy is ertend'ed''Mr,,>jid tteob in^ their losso . � "" ' Mrs. � TheSannual,ball?'gfyeKlast-night in honor of the forthrninth anniversary of the Knight? ot PythliiB l^ijt evcn-,ing, was a di&tinot success, ^ a very large '-number b6tng�ip;:AtfceUdance.- ... , .Flag."? and bunting:, lent a; gf|,)a appearance to the hall,, where a splen- ^ ^_ did Vflbor,. combipo4 ,^ yvltilii - �^excellent j at nnusic,- disco^r^e'd'^-'byv :^vV''^tecos . of mi Gaskell's .or^li^fsti^", m^4e V wPping .the light.tantastie^ihpill-toi|yftble. To the entertainment, 'concjtpittee, composed ot MesSrs. OphyMarei'Rojj-son, Davies, Sjaunders, Ritojite, -Harper, Wallace aijd'Tate, ian'4-'tlie""dance committee, comPFJged of'IVfepsrs.*,Taylor, Morris anc}. i^oT^sfTn is_:;t|u^\j\; great-' deal ot credit �tor';tlje"^si�pce8fr'ot the affair. , A RpSTAt/RANT GOWIVi iOf ^appjllr'�; bl^e satin, with a black \ mo.uasellne tiifi'lc,' trimmed with pass-^in'enteriprl^lapk satin hat vi^ith alg-re.ttacof .wfiitettuille and sapphire-blue (^-' o^Vrlch fbather.- PARENTS! iThe Canay to^ be given to the ,' : , - Children ATSTARLAND JJON' SATURDAY AFTERNOON ' ,-IS- S ASSOUUTeUY PURE AND . *' , WHOLESOME ;We sell'Nptlirng but the Vhai. i ' ^ 'ill- ' "� Lethbrldge; CLUBS AlSiti gOCl'ETIES" - The Flower Quili^ will visit; .the Gait hospital as tusual fit ^ o'clock tomorrow. ' "^-IT'v I The, Literary "ujlifb '^>ViU" mpdjb^ tomorrow afternoon v;itl^ IVIt^.VAj. Stafford-, , - .-', i-.s^jCa..*,,-.. ,Thosc~. intcvesia9[^jj^e irertjljvrto? ot the ,pantry sale, wlUol)^ mltj^^^ held i at the lio'me qf ,SJrp /J., W."^T^oulton, B23 Sixth' St.-, -tomorVoWs^tt^tnoon. The Mathesis- club tnftt-'.v.tj^ Mrs. A. 'E,. Dunlopi yo'8tH}I(|�yi'teat^tf noon. �wiitU. Bovunteen niwWS'-pte&sni. Interesting and pMfitabJe-'^dipcv^sions took- place On '*qc,life'''^l6t^�y of .Women's Club Mc)y9jgftjvlig''''i?i}d''^IiJ(lica-: tional w(Jr�d vers. piano at the Palace moving picture show. These pretty lips. would- be smiling to think that preeently, Earle of the Sixth Avenue clothing'shqp would be met on Broadway and Port,v-second. - Believe mc, any girl who 'woijld have her eye on tlie clock'with th:e Intention of be-ating .thc} clock to the; job would not be in that outer odlcfB alL. She would be in witUme-afe my: private ,se,Gr(!tar,y, pulilug doyn tjsventy-flve dollars-a Wie-ek;.!?Or maybe, she would have left' me t'o' go Into oushiess fcr herself and be, malting her thousands a year. I've known-a very few like-that. --ri':;- ' Btit -when tli-ey are- like, that tlifiy: have their minds on their �w;prk. from the start.. They don't ooni^.?to,.&y,-offlce to practice their maaiiers -aiid exhibit clothes fit only for the"'Ta'w-hig room. .They don't keep . raeir minds on" th'alr persons but"^pn" that" somolhing which is the, higiiost pai;t of themselves, their won.?:,; for the: real success-af a personality-depends not on the admiration it can oxotte, but on the achievement it oaa make. Admiration pasnes, but work and the results of work stay by a woman.- with heads and tails; worths JlC.OO,' -  for......... New.' Seal 'Muil that was ; ; ?10.00.' - .....TV'...... ALL OTHER FURS AT PRO* PORTIONATE Rg.'s -  DUCTI0N8' ' U.1IB. $9.89 [.aiiH; worm' $9.89 If that was $6.89 High Class "stylish Footwear substantially redtiaed for Friday & Saturday LADIES $7.25, BOOTS $4.75 ' - Ladies' Tan Galf 18 Button Bri,ct^., Dainty. .Conyenttonar' de�.'' , signs, iln pressed,'GJass. FruliiT', Nappies-hard to 'dlstiijig'ulBTP' them from the real isut glaM;";" and are splendid value* ii', regular price ot $1.60,, 'fW^^ duced for Frlday^ and SiEttdrr . day to per, "915*^ " dozen ............. S^lgnifies e.vtravagaiiCB, deceit, cgot- I Ism Ji,hcl falsehood. Old rose means 'se,utijiioiitallty, love of.luxury Md re-flnflnient.' Here a^e tforae more mean-'Ings;;. � . . iVpplegrccn signifies narrow minded-^nosd." � .-'.-.�- :;'Heliotrope siguilies love oE admira-,tiOn.  , Iwn signifies selfishness, i liaf'lc? blue ' signi.'ics honesty/and goodnch!. Crimson.signifies sell-jndulgencd/ob- ',jff j-Qiir favorite colors ap^oal is'tupriglv to other people there Is Ren-' ''f^kjiy a strong sympaibliy ;: betv/een ?0K ' ^r. Lott and his children narrowly i&p^aped erematlop when>'th'Sll- liom?, oi)J 'the outskirts o't'^ Trenton, was, After' sttpiioK , program wils foni|ir9(j7; ^iP8"NoUis Dunoombe and-Wl^H'-JilttMqftfS'giv-- Ans readings, \vl)4l^,','MXrt Mftippugan'us" say-orange and old ,ropo.'" OxwBfi btjrned late Saturday ntfehl,. ,IN ME'MORIAM ' . piy Pejcy Bha'w) SofflQwhere along the endless miLes  Of'blue green ;ice and dove white - , '!.Snow, ^ Tho. dulJ.Bua'smiles o'ev feath'sred-Isks '  . � Where.men lie dead below, Aivtarctio/VlndB, your keen ears heard' Their la^t faint cry; v.'hpt did tfcsy; ........ai\y7..,.-, ...^....... �....... - I Was. it,pM}ome,'1:be faltev"od,,word, , As they knelt, down'to pray? Did � their bravo eyes 'fight cre,ppjing slea^^-_^ , " � ' That sw^&etl'y tiumhs the freezing "blbdd,/',', : And ^lu. Hartley; Forbqp man,' 'waa'-'Ead/y was struck by a 11 'hi I fyhcin his Word has heen received frord T Hazen, iihe goyernmeat's hsffiior. �n-glneei expert, who has heen giiyveying the. hjirbors of Fort dhurchJli '*�nd S Port.'Nfels^n,, that he. will active In' "H Ottawa early; thlB';;weiSki Silycrfpr& , !. Wbea purchaslpft slly"*',.^ you aro euro of ii9pen�t� , , ^ability tod benifty ..It itiv J , ii(,-.v'.i-,u�tv''< 1 hint illwa train. cat Look fj^;t ;