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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. February THE LETIfBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 9. EDITED BV "UNO" PHONES MKfclDKNOK 0050 pleased 10 hear, sang in his usual pleasing manner, and then -Mies Simm was heard again. The new National Hymn written for the people of North America, was sung with a vim and spirit and this marked the close of one of the most enjoyable events ever liekl in Letlibridge. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES This evening the Baptist Ladles' Aid liold social and muslcale at. tfi? i CONTAINS NO ALUM COSTS NO MORE 1 THAN ORDINARY KINDS LOCAL Mil Ti condition is The ailv. court house will probably occupied'by the derksot-the1 court iind opened fur use nc.M j Tin.1 city police have ,1 bicycle found h> Cons'... Kj'Jlam on First Avc., S., j I'm; iiifihl brfoir lasi. The owner can! have jt. by proving it to be pro- j Tho. Moim Led "nothing; limn.. LK'Cti.- 10 Taber on the Police -still n-porl in Uie I'sbyima l Ashe went case last- and Pi PIT is Still sojnc-w'nerp Vt'M. Gfin.Tal Sevu-tary T'noniasson Y. 31.0. A.. has a communication friends for Victor Whcutley.- Will hi- call at the secretary's oilice Percy of Shoe purchase stock for immediate: n.sp, his orders wvtb eastern IIOUR- f-s not being due to arrive for some, yet. The Edmonton Capital lias the :fol- reference ;o :t former member ioca! City 5 lull staff: A. L. Ih'.ines. is ;it present in liie cm-. ploy ui the Great West Permanent VISITING DAYS tomorrow: Mrs. T. S, Fetlerly. W. P. J. Alexander. Mra. Williamson. Mrs. Wm. Cleary. I forgetmenote. E.Gl'Hazell will'not receive to-1 Mrs. A. V. Gibbons won- .1 becom- jlng gown of mustard silk poplin with striking adornment of East Indian looked exceedingly attractive in ja graceful gown of olive satin veiled jwlth black tulle and large black Milan j'atraw bat adorned with two beautltul j willow plumeg of black and whlto ;caught at one side with a cabachou jot tiny French rosebuds ami bebe blue A. A. uot receive to-'passementerie and pretty black toque i adorned with black will Cooper 20 Asliuiead street Everyone is cordially invited. "r This evening thy i'ouni; Ladjes' of Wesley Sunday School, will entertain the Young Men's class at the home cf Mrs. A. Foster, 652 Ash- mead Street. V Thfi Don't Worry club will hold their fortnightly hop In the Pythian halt this evening. There, will be only five more dances given by the club this so the can't afford to miss any. i Mrs. Galviu looked exceptionally SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ipreuy in a lovely princess gown of .Mrs. J. F. Simpson 5a entertaining at supple pastelle blue satin with touches euchre tomorrow afternoon. !0f gold and Charlotte Corday turban !Bt leAve rllaii. .in m-.mmt tlift laintiff allee returned In Lethbridse on Tuesday from a there, month's trip in the oui country, telN ihc lie-raid t.hat old country capital- is; s are.looking eagerly towards Canada as a field .for invest, men I. Conditions in Ore a I Britain are so liiscouriigiiig ar-d the so tlta ii-il people are fairly disgusted.. Mr.J denies the cfaini and has cnUrred Briiome is. sure a properly pro-' cnunter claim for damages. A secutcil publicity campaign in of wiineKses.ace being called "on Britain on the part of Le.thbrulge.. jpr side, attract much capital here: Hi-. will be a feature iu this evening's en: tertainaaent'. Mr. aud- Mrs. J. R..Anderson, -Air. and Mrs. Hugh Donnan. Mr, and Mrs! J. N. Arnold and'M she appears, sang very -sweetly "Land For the occasion of the Coronation' of her Majesty the Queen, it is pro-j posed -that all girls and women through out the British Empire who bear the- CUPID'S. COURT McFarlane STRAY HORSE Oardston. Fe-b. P. Low town constable, has .been summone'd to answer the charge of keeping art'rt using for his own stray horse. The case came up in tlie pq lice court ioday and -was' adjourned This case is a move in the feud ing between, different elements town. The'three slander'cases now pending in the Supreme Court and in L'ow is ihe plaintiff, are a A quiet wedding took'place in the! UNDER 3'JCH RESULTS BRITAIN WOULD WELCOME IT name of 'Mary or its variants shall of the Hotel last evening fer a gift. 10 her Majesty. It is a 9'30 wneu Rev- A- Gordon.united tomorrpw .afternoon to at. UK; plaintiff alleges j tend the Bachelors' Ball at Fligh River, he .rains ..f.him foe mo-nag a huading.'lhe prop- j which 'will be one of the erente ;iar'thc moo iert-y of the defendant. The drfentlanfc jof- that town tomorrow evenior. 'Miss a 1 Hardle went up to High River today. conclusion that so pretty an ideal1" the encore with "The Old Home be carried out. The'" Songs'" -which introduces verses from' together in one loyal group several of tho old beloved melodies. 0[ lho Marys m lhe Empirc- of race or creed, imparts a touch of sentiment which cannot fail to attract namesake of the Queen. Another interesting point is 'that it will serve to show of Hope and Glory.'1 and responded to] Mrs. W. J. Nelson was her perfect, ac- companist. Mayor B. S. Raymond, was the -speaker of the evening and his elo- atten- j mately how himself boosted V.'cstern Crinaila anri in parlirular whilf in "Kijjjlanti tu siich an rxtptit :i iiiimbrr uC his friends in I.mulon have an investment companv v.ilii S'lOli.rtfii) capital, PARKS COM-MISSIONER FOR ISLAND OF MONTREAL Quebec, Feb. will this afternoon present tlie Mont- real Lslr7nd Permanent Parks Co'mmU- 'absolute Jurisdiction over it is thought-, This company appoint bill in the legislature. oi mis in tho. Icadiuj; civics in Wesiern :RH the clauses giving the conxmissioiT (.'anada whu v.iil irjvcsl the money in I'.'-cc'.y propositions :uid loan on jood M-cnriiy. lie leil London thr wns practically cfimplel- a number of men who liinl experience in Western Canada in- i and are pleased with the ivsulls. arr. being placed on the board Mrs. H. D. .Williamson entertained a few evening, pleasantly. Two tables of bridge in play. At close, of the'eveaing the" dalntj' prizes were awarded Mrs. Cunningham, Mrs. Tohhcton, Pord and Miss Anne Patteson. Bright yellow daffoe-Hs lent their to tae rooniK.- A number of friends were entertain- q.ueut address was listened to tively by everyone. The subject ofj his theme was "George Washington j and the American People." His tribute to the fair guests present was much; appreciated by them and immediately'; won In a.few well chosen words he eulogized the life and char- acter of the first Ameri- can; bis wit. excellent humor and keen remarks kept the audience intensely interested. In his remarks relating to the Father of America he emphasized the fao; that George did to any race "or nation, but to approxi- many Marys there are am- ong the Queen's subjects. The name in Lethbridge. i, _ R: if CocMe StMes re' reform London. Feb. G. "P. C. Master- man. under secretary for the Home Office, speaking at Abingdoh, said .thai LEADING HALIFAX CITIZEN .DEAD Canadian treaty lad 'broken the ido] r----... and caused the dropping oi taxation1 of, food frym the policy oi jthe Tory party, and if. it made for -bet- ter and clearer relationship the United States and ourselves, anc1, Montreal. FeU. Tbos. 'C. Power, for Ihe enlargement the- arena- ol peace, then surely all this would welcome it from the bottom .of their hearts prominent in Halifax business circles for many yeans, died suddenly IftrC night aged 79 years, of heart, failure. ed by Mr. and-Mr.. 0. H. Benson on and "C opcn- Wednesday evening in honor of Mrjf the way for tne people of the United birthday. Euchre and whist i I States to make one of the greatest tlons of it were played by the grown'up guests "ltt ft Whilrt fr-iltc lSCendBnt< Of thOSG worlil, n. number of The commission will fee given while the younger foiks flhjoyed them-1 .power, to call upon municipalities tc ilevr 3. ypeciBl tax of of one i per c'emvfor.lts recjuirement.. selves with various games.' A feature! which much to the pleasure of the. evening were the piccolo numbers 1 rendered by Master Arthur Morgan ac- jcompiinted by Mrs. Morgan. A daiuty "i" rtirrciors. ?-fr.' Hroonic left. nillit Mcrrilt. H. C. menu was during the erening. Wheat I Winnipeg. Feb. opened 92 closod. JJL July 98 3-4 dosed r.2 1-8-. October closed 87 iMcCullongii and hef and were coming to this land for the i purpose of making Canada equally as great a nation. Following Mr. Young's address. Mr.j gave a masterly violin selec-j tion and Mr. Cooper in his usual jolly i way sung "The Merry 'Monk." I Mr. W. S. Ball, a thorough and true I The aoats of friends, of Mrs. K. L. j Canadian, gave an able talk on "Can-! fhp fact mat Tboa. will wheat. .1 Northern 98 3-4: 2 hef son-Mr--H- G- H5s remarks were patriotic and i -Cullough, deeply regret to learn offapt and his humorous stories created' tlie of Montreal ha Pat-ie. learisit-hern S3 Xorthern Oatsl to rise rumor that, the Govern- j N'o. '2 C.W., 31 1-2: Barley Xo. 3. 57; inenr has secured controi of this. Israel I 4. -f7: Rejected, 41: ,3S; 'Jane's old papor. j Flax, N'o. 1 X. W.. 2.45. All highest grade imported goods The assortment in- cludes a large num- ber of semi-ready em- broidered linen dresses, white and colors, which shall he sold at great reductions. Also tailor made Blouses and many others. We have a few soiled linen goods which will be sold at cost Irish Linen Store 815 3rd Avenue, Redpath Street their removal from Lethbridge early next week. Mr. MrCuIIough who 'ba? accountant in the" lof Montreal, this city, been trans- ferred to the B. C. Branch of the bank and will awume his new i dutlt accountant of the bautf in thp.t town neit.week. Mr. Kelly, ot much merriment. His reference to the absurd talk of "annexarion." agi-; tated by the disc.ussior, of the proposed i "Reciprocity was uking; and he illustrated the absurdity of the j Idea with a witty lirtle story. .Mr. Ball i closed his remarks by complimenting'. th.e ladles for the arfistic adornment of the most appreciated, was .Miss Edith -Tones' most commeii-table pre- sentation of "A Perfect Tribute." be- the Winnipes branch, will he Mr. Me- Of McCullonfh-5 We. i -Oh Canada." sirring song That [finds a responsive chord in the hearts Orer one hundred eighty mem-jof all who lire in the Dominion, was and friends of the by Miss Vi. K. duh chobV first nn- BaU. One nf ihp mosr deeply pn'ri- Qual At Home in the the'otic numbers of the evening and one Y. M. C. A. last CTeninf, which'was one of the informal and delightful events ot the winter. The members of the executive committee i Ing the famous speech made by Abrs- jipent afternoon in trans- iham Lincoln rhe dedirAtion of thp j forming the htll into a roost inviting National Omelery r.t Gettyshnrp. with and gayly reception room, ja pnrirMir interwovnn. Miss of bunting were artirticilly! Fraser's number was from the telilng and the much enjoyed and at its conclusion hrr and with the was most applause. Jacks everywhere 5n Mr. K. Franrip. u-ho is be- Lpw tables bearing immense ferns and [coming rnos; popular in pRlme were scattered throughout the i musical cirolos. contributed a well resi- roora and mKiaeB of daffodils and car-jdcred vocal number to the program, nations lent their beauty and fra-iThe las? before the rnfresh- grance. A huge- gilt eagle holding the werr- :-crved. was ihe Uniteii held a prominent pUce at consul in Lethbrldge. Mr. R. of the platform. Tke favorn were Dobbin. remarks although brief. silk American flags. -were pointed and put the guests in The reception WM com- j excellent humor for the choice repast of tto prwMMit of the club, Mr. A. C. Price, Mr. and Mrs..D. H. EHon, A. V. .Gibboca, Mrt. TI. Galvin, that had been prepared by the Parish Auxiliary of St. Cyprian's church. During the reception, early in -he MacKeniie, Eda Hatcn, i evening and throughout the supper Meters. J. T. B. W. H. W. R. Dobbin, W. H. Nichols, I S. Macteatie, B M. Tbomasson. Mm. EUtOR. who ts tecrtary of hour the Cotisorvatorj' orchestra piny-1 ed several bright and catchy scion After eupper Mr. H. A. Cunningham, Riuiienccs are always I American Corsets The celebrated W. maKe Reduced Nuform A complete range of W.B. Corsets, ranging in prices from up to WE ALSO STOCK- Crompton s Corsets, from D. A. Corsets, from 90c up to "Child's Waists, Waists, Bust Improvers Maternity Corsets The Simpson Co. Ltd. ;