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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridgc Daily Herald, Tuesday, February LetMmdge Furniture Company H Furniture and Carpet Specials Odd Morris Chairs 20 Per Cent. Off In early English and Golden Oak. Solid Frames. Special prices on library 10 designs in Mission or Golden Oak finish. Prices right to SALE PRICES EVERY DAY Brussels Rugs 7 ft. 6 x 9, value 9.x 12, value Special iii Formerly for Formerly for Formerly for Formerly for Formerly for NEW GOODS ARRIVING EVERY DAY Carpet Squares 9x9, value 9 x 12, value Special Special Window Shades Shades in every color, 3 ft. x 6 ft Hartshorn roller, usually 45c. Special.........30c WE PAY FREIGHT Bargains in COUCHES r I ITCALJLI f w. IW to Herald Patteriis M M t'M MM MMt t t I H I t Ml MM Tbe KAYO LAMP i> a high (nds lamp at a low price. an laoxpi cost boc there ie no better lamp at as? The Burner, all are vital thlnn In a Unp; tbeee parts of the RAYO LAMP are perfectly conrtracted and there is uotWnf iaown in the art of Imp-mating that conld add to the Taloe of the RAYO M llBht-Flvtny device. Suitable fo? any room In the Everr dealer everywhere, not at yonrs, -write for flescripttTe clrealar to frrtAW ymrrtj The Imperial Oil Company, Limited. Florist GREENHOUSES-550, Bufott Street, Pitae 675 STORE-405, Ford Street, PhMe 561 P. O. Box 1353 Fresh Cat Plowers and Plants for All Occasions Free Delivery to all parts of the-city. WESTERN GIRL MAKES SENSATION IN PARIS Paris, Feb. Toye, a young gir! of Portage la Prairie, Man. aroused great attention last night at a reception given by Ambassador Ba- con at the embassy. nuss'-Toye has two voices, one a three octave soprano, the other a tenor of great power and sweetness. 3156- LADIES' PRINCESS DRESS Paris Pattern No. AH Seams Allowed. universal favorite, the prin cess dress, Is here presented in new and charmingly attractive form, and combines the yoke and plaited sklr in a very unique fashion. The necl niay be made high or open square the closing being efected at the back leaves the front in panel effect, anc specially suitable for embroidery braiding or other trimming in allove style." The front Is extended to form a pointed yoke band, and to -it i attached the deep flounce which i The-sleeves are tight-fitting and In wrist length. As shown in the large view the dress Is made of wistaria chiffon broadcloth, and the chemi- sette or yoke of white net braided in otd over white satin. Serge, mohair, 'anama cloth, diagonal suiting cam- el's, hair plaids, pongee, linen or gingham will develop the design at- tractively. The pattern is cut in six si'zes, from 32 to 44 inches, bust mea- sure. For bust the dress requires (j 1-2 yards of material 36 inches wide, with, as Illustrated, 3-S yard of allover ace 18 inches wide. .Width'at lower edge, about 4 yards. Price of Pattern, 10 cents. 2387 LADIES' HOUSE DRESS Paris Pattern No. 2387 All Seams Allowed. Copenhagen blue chambray has been used to develop this natty little house dress, which is quite as easy to slip in and out of as a wrapper. The waist te made with a wide turn-down colar, o in square Dutch outline, according to taste, the gored-skirt is the waist under a narrow belt of the material. The pattern is In seren size to 44 inches bust measure. For 3 bust the dress requires 111-4 yards o material 20 inches wide, 8 1-2 yards 2 inches wide, 6 1-4 yards 36 inches wide or 5 14 yards 42 inches wide. Width o lower edge of skirt about 3 1-2 yards. Price of pattern, 10 cents. A RICH, FRAGRANT TEA "SALADA" is freth from the fcardent of finest tea-producing country in the world. Sold only in sealed lead packets, which preserve its native purity and goodness. II SAIADA" Ask your grocer for a package to-day. You'll like it. ------Blftdc, Mixtf Natural Green, 40e, 50c, 60c and 70c per lb____. 2739 GIRLS' SACK APRON Paris Pattern No. 2739 All Seams Allowed. Made up in plain colored cbambray or plain, checked or figured gingham, GEO.BEATOX EXPERT PICTURE FRAMER All Work Guaranteed Prices Reasonable Cement House Glyn St., Lethbridge Orders Promptly Executed i Sue came to Paris to consult Prof. thjs [s a most garment for the school girl. The apron is loose and comfortable, completely covering the dress and therefore protecting it from Frank Dessert regarding the advisa- bility of an operatic career. When he heard her soprano voice he said she was unquestionably suited for grand jaU dirL The lower edge ig opera. A moment later he was stun- with a deephem and the back is fast- ned to hear her sing a "PagHaccT ened witfe smali pearl buttons. The song. Her tenor recalled Caruso's j upper edge is gathered into the low voice in intonation, phrasing and exact j round and the full sleeves are rendering. Musicians menon is unprecedented in musical jm low-neck outline and oversleeves gathered into cuffs of the material. If declare such, a pheno- j desired, the upper edge may be cut out Gtorgo Bell died suddenly of heart failure at his home at'60 Beach Ave., He was 61 years of age. Toronto. Beil was a history. Sue can actually sing a rano and tenor duet with herself. Ambassador Bacon said: "It is the most remarkable perform- ance I have ever heard." It is needless to say -that all Paris is talking of her. Personally Miss Toye is a slight girl of singularly bright and winning manner. She is one of eight sisters, all musicians. Physicians as well as musicians are may'be used instead of the long sleeves. A wide square pocket orna- ments either side of the front, or these may be omitted, if desired. The pat- tern is In six to 16 years. For a girl of 10 years the apron, as in front view, requires 3 5-8 yards of ma- terial 27 inches wide, or 2 5-8 yards 36 Inches wide; or, as in the back view, in eluding oi'ersleeves, it needs 31-4 yards 27 inches wide, or 2 1-i yards 36 greatly interested In her accomplish- inches wide raents. She has been Invited to go to London to sing before the medical I Price of Pattern, 10 cents. congress. well known dog fancier MUCKETTS CONCENTRATE and cocker spaniel judge in'boln Can-! ada and the United States having owned some of tne best bred cockor spaniels in America. PLANT AT HAMILTON business In Hamilton. That means the closing oJ the Montreal branch and the bringing to Hamilton of three 3157 Pattern No. 3157 All Seams Allowed For tiny tots tne dear" little frocks that hang loose from .yokes are won- derfully becoming and comfortable as well. Also the mothers like them because they are easy to make aud easy to iaunder. -To this ;class be- longs the dainty wee frock here may-jibe wrist-length sleeves as in the .'large view. or short puff sleeves completed by a narrow in the' back view. In the. large view" the .dress is" madeVof fine cambric, the yoke being .hand-embroidered and the lit- tle-wrist-.Wands The neck too, is scalloped and the collar band omitted. In the back .view the frock is made.of pale blue French chambray. Other materials which may ibe used -for-'Its development are handkerchief linen, cross-bar cam- bric, dimity, lawn, gingham, percale, flannel, cashmere or China silk. The pattern is cut in four sizes, from 1-2 to 5 years. For a child of three ECHOES OF THE EASTER SEASON After the Easter Wedding Bells. Let us cater to your wants and supply you with Wedding Cake that has a reputation for bfticg RICH, FINE AND FRUITY and altogether delicious. Special at- tention given to the Icing and orna- mentation. City Bakery PHONE .1181 years the" dress requires 2 yards material 36 inches. wide. --Price of. 10 cents.. .of SASKATCHEWAN THIRD IN NUMBER OF BANKS. Kegina, Feb. complet- ed show Saskatchewan third in num- ber of banks for the whole dominion. Ontario and Quebec are the only pro- vinces which boast of more branch banks than does this province. The', total for the whole Dominion is Ontario heads the list with 916, Quebec comes next with 340, Saskatchewan is third with 213, Man- itoba is fourth with 17S.- CHILD'S APRRON AND BLOOMERS Paris pattern No. 2210. All seams allowed. For playtime or morning wear this little apron and bloomers will be found not only comfortable for the lit- tle one, but economical for the moth- er, as they' save laundry bills and may be made of left over pieces or inexpensive remnants. The apron Is a plain sack style closed at the back and having sash ties extending from 2421 GIRLS' AND CHILD'S .UNDER- WAIST AND DRAWERS AUiiSeams- Allowed.. Cambric, lawn, batiste na'isook or jDconet are all.used for ganucnts of Ms character. The underwaist is made" with a round neck, and this and the armholes are trimmed with a nar low edging of fine embroidery; strips of seani tape trim the waist, which fastens at the center-back, r-ie'draw- ers are tucked and finished with an edging of deeper embroidery. They are gathered Into a wide waist-band which is worked with buttonholes, so that the garment may be. fastened to the .underwaist. The pattern is In six to 12 years. For a child of 8 years the, nnderwaist requires 3-4 yard or material 27 or 36 inches wide, with 53-8 yards of bias seam tape BAWLF MAN CUTS :THROAT WITH KNIFE s.' _', Bawlf, Alta., Feb. 10 o'clock this moning .Fred Hohn told his wife he was going to neighbors and later it transpired" he walked into tne bush which was hot far from his dwelling house and cut his throat with a .blunt jack knife. Prom all appear- ances the man made several attempts before severing the trachea esophe- gus five inches. After enduring.- intense suffering return home some ihours after Inflict- ing the awful injuries to his throat Fortunately Dr. McEachern of Bawlf and Dr. Harrison of Edmonton were soon in attendance when the tragedy j NARROW ESCAPE FROM BURNING BUIDING Ottawa, Feb. Inmates of an Italian bakery on Somerset street had a narrow escape when the prem- ises were destroyed by fire this even- ing. The family of D. Sciarroni, con- sisting of six children, were in bed when the roar of the fire started. They were rescued through a smash- ers. Mrs. Sciarroni jumped and no one-was injured. The fire did damage. Health and 2 yards of edging; the drawers worries and general des- need ll-t yards 27 inches wide, or ll-S yards 36 inches wide; 2 yards of edging. Price of Pattern, 10 cents. Never Fails to Restore Gray Hair to its Natural Color and Beauty. _ No matter how Ion? it been pray was discovered and ordered the man orfaded. a luxuriant growth to the hospital, where he now Is. of healthy hair. Stops iti falling out, an4 positively removes Dan- flraff. Keeps hair soft and glossy. Re- fnie all 2% times as much in as 50c. size, to Not a Dye. Rohn's recovery Is considered impos- sible. bow over the closing. It is made of figured cambric. A turn over collar in two sections with rounding lower corner- is a pretty neck finish and is bordered with a tiny frill of edging. The long bishop sleeves have their wrist bands finished with similar frills. The bloomers are closed at the sides and are gathered at the top to bands, In which buttonholes are worked to attach the garment to the underwaist They are drawn in. about MINER KILLED AT MICHEL Feb. Boskoviteh, a rope rider; was crushed to death by a car at No. 4 -mine yesterday. The funeral will take place to-morrow at eleven o'clock. The inqnest was ad- journed until Monday evening at 8.30. Capt.'W. 0. Hughes, of the steamer 'rincess Royal, died this morning. He had been off duty for some months after a paralytic stroke at Skagway. or four hundred hands. The com-'tnc knees by elastic In the hems. Hamilton, Feb. Tuckett! pany will erect a plant in Cigar Co. has decided to concentrate addition to its plant already In this the whole of its cigar Uou can save dollars by buying __ is high and getting higher. A "Happy Thought" Range save, fuel and evtry pound of fuel Jtved is mopey in your pocket-the fire ia absolutely controlled valve dampers-not one unit of heat ia cooking surfaces receive it all Mor< rwonsfor ike of the "Happy Thought" tn cmr