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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, KKURUAKY 21, 191-1 THE LETHBKIDfi-E DAILY HERALD 1'AUE NINE and Phones wr Res.1115 Office 1224 Mlladl............ .......J JUST A GIRL The wife I hope to lin-J Must be suntlo, swetl Islud, Jufl a girli With temper just To call uiy fcolii-h. H'lif. Jiift a girl. And when life's tro.ibl.'s t-osjie. She must BUml by me anil home. Just a gill: Then, when called li'.-lue fate-, First to meet me at the Just ii'.r detained :it Muul'-uit, read the'latter s to Mr. and presented vith auak-b [lob, with "I'reii-nted by District o! .Siberia 1 IJcveiiiincnt Later t-arils ant! en- joyed by those until 1 1" A ]olly party joyed a hayrack VS We have installed our new machinery tor making Lard .and Sausage, in the base- merit of our new store, and to introduce jn tho product, in the excellence of which have.perfect -we are offer- ing the intrbpuctbry prices .for; Tonight and Monday" only on" the first output pf our new store. 3 pound tin 5 pound tin y-i'-t.i; en- out lo the ficme of Mr. and C. Ntllson on Thursday evening. and r.cie tii order, after wlnt-li an in j lug menu -waVeer-i'id jus) before' the Mrs. F. A. SM'.ze, UK to the ciiv. Included i Ate.. K., will receive- on Tws'lay tor'tic liarly were Hie Nilsscs first time this Mrs. F. HjBuiUEEen, lleair.e, Harrison, Glaz- llnussc will receive ll.e hostess.; yVhiVsn, llf-ime, Hard. and A. Adams. Miss o! .'lonarcb 15 a snort H Hc.arIU> H. A. Stewart. wiUi.MlJ3l-MraSBjitii.Clcnt-lsjTii-.vfr. w Stewart. 11. isnf, 11. lltarr.e, I Secorii, '1.16yd. W. Stevcir I Mr. and Mrs. K. A. j sykes, P. Oc'-chc and NelUon. for the.east Tctfdiv )iMtins all y f. i Minneapolis, Chicago aud OlIdEioma i City. i After Supper Sale At Three Hours 7 to 10 tonight TJIK ITKMS KKLOW an- JIM ;i that call f-n; your prompt iitiil fiiroi'ul aiti'iitum ID tlio Saturday night's u life rings in tin- various ilcjiarlMiculs ni' tliis Ing store. Seasonable goods, always strictly tlopviiiiliibU1 ol'lVred you for less than you could gel llie same at other times. Jt would pay you 10 investigate; not only luit the hundreds of oilier oll'erings that mean such real economy for tho wise shopper. 45c 70c 10 pound tin For ynur Suiulay Diiuier wfi have I he very choiccsi PISH AND SAUSAGE TURKEYS, PRIME WETHER MUTTON, flaVo tho test, Madam; il cbsis iio'iiwrc. DELANYS LIMITED 3II MH'Streei Office 1522; SUfford-Agnew Co.'s Old .Stand Mrs. A. Iluclianon and son. Don- ild." leave' th'o first fcf "tlie week1 to ]nin Mr.-Itaclia'-ian., foi- a couple of months. Wallace- Ncsbitt.- The celebration -tooM.tic iotrii of a ban- quet.-The iaujes were in the lorriv of an .tth.If'ns; uith no oue sit- ting on.the insjde.. Ttiose present feasted their eyes on Mrs.-Ernest S. JrickKon, who was the-beautiful poUed plants and Ihe formally at home on Friday-for the j ttvo! Hendefsrjfr'- clips, while -they first time this si-ason, .welcomed 'caused the supply e-i -food, many guests tlurinp' Ihe receiving [candies, and nuts to out of ho-jrs. Pink carnations j-erfurjed the room, while uaffodils cd.lhtlr .brighlness over !he dining. -Supper ended, the principal assum- ed the ro'e of. toastir.astcr and call- room. where Mrs. Doyd piesld-.Kl upon Mr. t-'ilnic-r to sprak upon cd at the smarlly-appolnlcd lea laulc. the. subject "The o! the Pliysl- -1 -of C-.il1 Inslruclion" .Mrs William Laurie of, Canlslon Schools." lie ic received for ,he last time before j'fT P'ff tke l.etlihridge in his usual Cretonnes and Casement Cloths at 9c yard Anollicr line of these heavy Cretonnes to go on eale tonight. (Ire-en, red. blue and black coloring in designs. Also a co'J'.ile cf of OEcnienl Ciolli In lislit BrounJi, ft- .motif designs. PIT yard 25 of these Ladies' Waists to clear at f9c about twenty-five of these ladles' fine Flannel culor only. Smart tail- creii styles soft collara and cl.ifts. are an extra sootl value, lines that suld uji to "TQrt J1.5D. Tonight Small. Price on Men's Half Hose Men! toy in a stock of Hose at price. 160 pairs of black cashmere half hose, clearing to- night. Thesa have sjiilccii heels and loeF, in sizes 10, BegitUr 25c pair. To- night C pairs .for These smart styles in Children's Bluchers 99e Here's an interesting item for the little folks. Uood (lualily box C-alf lilnctcrfi to fit children' 5 (o 7 years." This is one of our regular QQA lines. Tonight, pair.............. OOW. s Toilet Special in the Dry Goods These celebrated Colgate Toilet Sundries sale tonight--Co'd Cream, Denial' Cream, Shaving Cream. or Slicks. Tonight only 2 Tubes for............................ vSaturday Night Treats Here 25c DELICIOUS MIXTURE CHOCOLATES TooighL pound LARGE JUICY ORANGES Fresh Ehipmcut. Tonight, dozen GOOD SOUND APPLES Tontghtr 5 rounds for................. 23c 25c Eczema Only Skin Deep chiffon over salmon satin accessories, tea, and Miss_ Marjorie Stacpoolp. .irj-rwhlle, served. Many of the uioiiehr ladies'of Card- ston callcil on Mrs. J-aurie, who js .bf-'t'ne bas been closely identified with' the soclrf lite and women's civic enterprises or I the town.. i ft TJ'.e. -llari-csUt Co.'s originate 'In Uie ____ ____ err tew. Dr. Evanr, ei- Commliiloiw o! Health, >nd a fim- out op medtcal subJreU, to make headway irfti tkiK dUMiw'wbtn.we learn two tkin dlssjsc docs from. Impure-blood; second. tolood purifiers have no nub KXJoo." Ala be up, and the inlolenbte luihlng tod buru- hf br local treatment, ap )He4 to tb) aCfecied. T four mlol to atari now smooth; velvet To-u It-with Uie'aid of Hie wonderful D. D. D. Prescription, a cooling, refreshing a salve or It sootbes render akin, opens the pores, drives cut the. old Jrouurltlej' and gives you a ?siu litie a and clear. Wo sell D. ou a positive" iio- pay guarantee. You don't risk a cent. Don't suffer anotber day. Call at our store today. Ask also aboul for tender situ. J. D. Ulginbotham ft Co.. Limited, slat? held the last of their enjoyable, series ol ilatircs In hall on Friday evening, ivhcn lorty couples ucre in attenJancc. a -iv-itli ilsi gatlancJs'of bunt- Girls' Athlclic I'ilfsLetbaU'.', "Our c.n.opl1-', and Cadet .credit is due the sweaters for lie "way in which they, tackled their The speeches over, the'twiaim-r '6! the .evening was spent in music games. At all went happily ti their bohies" to''dream over'tlie loads ol fus.lliey had had. Ctulis and-Socicfies usual service lie field in St. ''Cyprian's eliurch alter PRBOAtlTldN AGAINST Com- cotnmittee oTi supply at made. Some, of the of t2ie Marine de- .Dludlnf the volt for tbe M. olianncl nere vottd, and In ntniait cuttoms Items Tore up. In ulternoon, Hon. J. D. Rev. Araos J. Tlioiuas. II.A., D.U ol Forest, who was extended a call t-o Dundas Center Methodist church, Reid a bill glvlnt lh8 a week ago, has accepted tho pcnrer (o itop' export of invitation. Tobuythiawareiitogctiheul- tsn-ice fatiifaclion and ihe heivicst eilver plate. Knosrn for tO by Leading petroleum or other oils irom Canada' at any time. This is in; accordance, willi the request made by th'e TkE- j tlah in. thp.event of wjirT to be of a plenteous supply of oil for Great Uri- taln'n lighting ships. Dandruff Contagion; Stops Falling Hair Others Imitate And Make .Similar Was. IM F.irsl Rt'n.l iVeparaiioii Kyor Made, in 'HraVinmiy' iiii-JIic triic Cause -of Danilnifr But palji The dlscovory'of tiiti oriicin of dand- ruff a> tho of all hair trouble. Is not a recent event, Prof, llnna nave the germ theory to tho world In 1857; Sabtmrand, by his export-. roenta with t rabbit, proved be- yond a doubt tho contagious na- turo of dandruff. H is significant fact that elneis Herrlcld? has achieved Its wonderful popularity, ether? have front nnd appro prilled their preparations have remain- ed tho same. Any rtnlWy, tlalin-' Ing combat (lanilriirT' (p'nlnglon -'In trying to trade upon reiJittatioii' oT, Ntubro's Don't allow yourself lo :bc deceived You aro not taking cliauces whRi. yci N'cu-hro's HeTpicHc. Voi nre buying .a remedy hacked up b> tho praises of your frier.ds the confidence of your di who will absolutely guarantee I lo do as promised or refun your money. toilet goods eountera In 50 cei: and JI.OO- sizes. Applications' may be obtained at thn boltr.r] class of barhcr siiops anil iJreasinc vntlotl.', lietroll, .Mich., .uijoii iii, cost; of infiH. gend. e Min'lilc11 ho'ltli. 'of n'l.- nitt. hnofc- hall-liine. after ivas ir-sunicQ. To Mrs. rStiieV, wl.o so capably nnd idaiined the details ol the scries, much ui tlieir great suc- cess is certainly ilue. The haid time rtaure brld at the home nl Mr. Kdvvard, .Troiict was a prcal siiccess, guests from all directions. .The -liall was nicely decorated with (laps and color- ed lights, while evreilenl music was applied by a four piece orchestra, a amly supper-being ight. The first were "Uic and Mr, (1. Williams, secor.d favors went to and Mr. McComh. The judges verc Mrs. and Mr. (Ins tee. lu poinls of enjoyment and at- cndnnee, t-he last of the aeries of ennts dances which was held In Ilio S. O. K. hatf on Friday evening, i litlinj dining. cmipleii were in attendance, nnd tlie Imperhl orchestra excelled ibcmaelves In the musical selections rendered, ?o that ho guests trlnricd the lljiht fanlaslic .0 their hearts' content. Supper, which Tvas served ol half-lime, was especially fine, Mrs. .1. RteJiarilson avlng colored for it. Among the out- of-town guests present were. Mlrg :iiristie Miss Urch, .Mr. rreli, Mr. Hcnnis'oii and Mr. Culh- bcrt (Monarch) and Mr. Bennett It Is very probable that the tennis club will give a iiosl-lxsnten dance h vln.w of great succean, has attended tho wholn scrlep. hold a whist drive in St. Mary's par- ish hall on Friday evening, Febru- when a good ed all who aUer.ii. St. Cyprian's A. Y. A. will hold a soeial overling on Monilay night, when all the your.g people the congregation arc cordially invit- ed. i, V .._, The YoiiiiS Ladies' class oi Wesley i-enins, Fehru- church will meet- a! three o'clock to- limo is assur-imorrow, whfn stringers will he veiy .iweleomc. On Tuesday next, they are 1 1 holding a promises to bD a.treat. All members are asked lo tuin' out tomorrow as a rehearsal ill he held after the class for Tues- day1: Roll call. Auxiliary repmis. Uusiness arising out of reporls. Hymn Addiess ol welcome. Mrs. ilcKillop. Mis. H.' W. Tobmbs. Paper, '.'Our Mrs. T. Smith. Solo, Mrs. Laylori. Jiission Hand-exercise. Paper, "Keep on'never minding" Mrs. H. W. Stevenson, OlTcring. Si. Dosnloji. Closing Mrs. Brjan. 8 P. M. The Jl'odcraln'r'ol Presbytery pre- sitling. s Hymn Devotional '.exercises; Ureelinss irom Iho Presbytery Macleod.'Mrr'A. (f. t'amcrcn. Solo. Mr. Fleming. Addrcs, Her. J. T. Ferpisun, D.D., ill. M. lljmn 233. J', !Jrayer. OfiefihgV Hymii'sOS. DenedictioiL. t l'Tiicrc-fore yc more slrang- iJ. foreigners jbut fellow cilizens ol "the household hbridRe. By Timely Use of Lydia large attendance. Pinkham's- Vegetable __ Compound. Johnson'and 1st Vuc-1'resident-Mrs. A.( jGougan, the piano numbers by Mrs. an, l.cihnndf.c. Is her own statement. Milford and Miss- Margaret Smith, 2nd VicM-rcsident-Mrs. 0- the duet hv the Miss's Discr and the men, Heater Mines. AFRAID TO EAT Girl Starving on Poorly Sflected Food Several years ago.I was actually writes a girl, "yet dared not eat for fear of the consequences. '1 had suffered indigestion frortu overworn, Irregular meals and im- proper food, until at list my siomacli became, so vreak I could eat scarcely any food without great distress. "Many feinds of food were tried, all wlUi the same discouraging elfecU. I steadily-lost health and strength un- ttl I'was b-Jt a wrecfc'-bf ray. former self.'.' i 'Hating heard of Orapp-N'ut6..aiid Its'greai.merits, I purchased a rack- age, but with little hope that- it iroutd help me--l was so disrouraged.'. "I found it-not only' app.elliing but that could eat'lt as I .liked and.tbat .it satisfiedi'ttie craving for bl lout'causing If I may use cxp'ression, 'it "For months Grape-Nina was my principal article ot diet .1 fell from :lie verv first that I Iiad found tli.( right way to health and happinefs, and my anticipations were'fully re- Hze'd.- "With Us continued use-1.-regained my- usual health and' strength, Today I a'm well aad can eat anything-1-like, yet food forms a-'pajrt of ray bill of fare." 'i .N'anie given by Canadian Poslum Co, Wudsor, Ont' Read in ;i Heason.1.' _ Ever read the above A.rje-w one from time to time. They arc genuine, true, and full of human' interest. ;Advt. Tlry- llam- J, D. lUuijiliuthatn k Coiiiiinriyl.iMhttd, are. Spodal Asents. fdeaslng cvcnl was held in the K. cil P. hall on I'riJay night, when [he I.ethbridse. district stall of tho Alherla government tclepho'-rs tend- ered a farewell dinner to Mr. and Jits. A. W. Thomas, who leavo at tl.e fust ol the. inpntli to rc.iirte. in t-Mmontcn. t Mr. II. ff. Ityan Save a shprl ail- ilress (or the inspectors' department while Mr. A. C. (Hover spoko for the. Vocal solus by- Mrs. Wellington nr.d Mr. McOougan, a plano solo by Miss SchweiUer arid a read ing by Mr. W. Ryan were aH en loj'C'l. Mr. MrKltea aclrd as chafrmar and in the ahseiac cl Mr.'J. A. Mac Cary. feel itnduty I OTVP %I to.all Bering women (o tell what myself QterribSesuf- J had pains all I hut- of course. plaiisc burst from the audience, es- Ulii'.'b'oth fife.1'wd- pcclally when the very law hoops m, soch' a forcness I appeaml. All the pat Is were very .rflltould scarcely taien, Ihe all displaying up nbillly and ctidtncc o! splen- -.My'did coachins- Tl.c stage was adorned 'wilh samplers, ir.otfos, brass Kecontlng and Correspornling Secre- ary S..Stewart, l.eth- McDonald, Miss K. Mc- N'abb, t.cllibridke..-.V tched, I had no tp- petite -and was so nervous I couldnot. Uien I wouiJ be EO tired ifici-n'n gx {hat 1 coulcVscarcely get nrqunil. It seejncd almostimpos'si- rnove or do a .bit of work and I Thought i b'ear.y better un- 1'fiibmittcd to nii operation. 1 com- menced la'riing-I.ydia E.PinKham'G Veg- etable Compou rrl.uid felt Hka a new woman. I Imd no paina. sloptwell, hud good1 appetito and was fat and could do almOEt all my own work for a family of four. I. shall always feel that I owe my good health to your Gary, Maine, If you Aro ill drns RlongtmUl operation ii necessary, tut ot tike Lyilia U. rinkham'i VcgctAble CpmpbuoJ, -'Tf you liavo tlic sliplilcit donbt Hint I.y'iHa I'friklmm's vice. Your Ittter.TTfll Vepi read nrtrl tromao, Kad held la tirlct ooafldcocc. REJECTED "AMENDMENT London, II.T-BJ: a- rr.x jority of 74, the llritish House ST." Commons rejected the tarifi amend- ._: menl 'to the fathered bytho opposition. whicli was for tarifi -relorni, vrasT" looked at askance, it being the'first Hmo in many years .that- an amend- ment'to the'speech from" the throne had been subject, lo such procediae.." sticks, etc. The applause was enthusiastic I -ivas remarked on all side? thai the would ikaw another reek- ed r.ouif: any lime the ladies carol to it. A pleasing inrirtent was the prcsrn- latlon oi a lovely shower ol pink car- nations to Mrs. W. A. nMb.inan for In untiring energy in coaiiiir.g (he ladies so crflcicnlly. The. latlies ifitem! (o present "The Friendly Village" in the fall nnil this rvent will be eagerly auaited by all, who Friday night's r.vcnt. The annual meeting pt- the Women's Home Missionary society, Maclcod Picsbytcrial, which convenes in Ktiox church on Tuesday, ary will follow this program: .A Her noon Session, 2 M. llvinn '225. llible Heading-Mrs. Win. McCluro. A. 0. Cameron.. Minnies oi last .innual meeting. report. Gives Life iolhfe Scrubbing ftruslt OldD'atcK Cleanser ;