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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGK 1) .A 1 L Y HERALD PAGE SEVEN This is Ladies' Home Journal Pattern Week Get One of These Beautiful Patterns Free atRylands MILADI Edited by Phones lies. 1115 Office 1224 REVENGE llevenge is a It has neither lillt tior guarJ. tbou Y, ic-ld this brand of iLe j Is grasp, tljtn, firm and bard? lUe eloper cJuu-h ol Hie Wade Tho deadlier b'ow liiua Ash Wednesday will he observed !n St. Mary's cburcb lij- iloty Commun- ion at 7 a.m., and t-veui-oiig and ad- dress at S Wesley I.aJies' AM will neet on 'or the trans- business. Any 5-6213 How to get these smart patterns WEE At any timo during this you. con get from charge and. by simply asking one of the three patterns shown'here. We will.have these patterns in all sizes. We. believe tliat- they are the best patterns on the market today, raid we Want you io try one of any'one you flint you can prove it to yunr own satisfaction. Even if you have never been able to succeed vvitli a patter'n before, give one of these n fair trial. The Guide Chart makes them easy to use. In conjunction with this pattern offer A special display of Dress Gdods, Silks and Spring Wash Materials The materials that will b? used for ilia New Spring Dresses will be siren a prominent sbowins acd may be seen In all tho seaton s charra- fng new sh.des. -CWe rimtertahv Fano.y Cords, will be here in great variety. You aro Invited.. Cqmo any day tils weeV. wound in thy hr.nd Is Ttilne own Mood doib reildeu tbe stetl. And "when tt.ou hast dealt tie When the blade from thy hand has Inbteuil ot the heart of Ihe foe TLou niayet fintj IL shealhctl In thEnc otvnE Henry Wcblf. t t Hostess Coinorrou: ilrs. J Hodgson, 323 Sev- enlh avenue South. .Mrs: P. A. HOC Scvenlli rfuun South, when Mrs. L. F. 'ousse will receive with the hostess. -Xot receiving lomoriow: Mrs. Chas. McKlllop. t Mr. M. A. Kllpatrlcli. of Mer- afteir.ocp. action o! important strangers EQ are cor- dially invited to and join with the iadtcs in ikeirjM.rk. Wesley Epworth I tonight with the Westminster League asw will meet newly organized NVti'.miuster Rylands Co. The Store ibants bank Etatt, was a ueek-end rlFilor in Calgary. .Mr. acd Mrs. J. W. EartleU of returned from Seat- lie. t t Mr. and Mrs. John Hay of Kenora, Dnt, who bave oeen guests with Mr. and -Mn. J. Hay. ;bis nlternoon for the coast. Mrs. II. Caught and Mrs. A. Long- hurst and daughter, Gladys, leave to- morrow nlsht on an extended visit to their homes iu Kngland. Miss Miller, ot Palriey. who has been on an extended visit her sister, Mra. C. D. Bowman, has gone Io viBit in Calgary the coast cities. Mrs. Ho'ward Case returned Sat urday morning from the Arrow Lakes, B.C., -where she has been visiting for the past month ulth Mr. and Mrs H.-HobEon, Burton City, formerly of Mrs. Joseph Young entertained at a very- delightful thimble tea 'on-Sat urday allernoon, to Mrs. John Hay- of 'Tvrenty-four guests were be- J1 Ing assisted at. the.tea ber daughter, MlES Mli's. Cronk- He.'' church An program lias been provided by Wesley league and refreshments will be served by the Westminster league Tlie First Uaptiit Ladies' Aid will ,eet with ,Mrs. A. K. Smith, 930 Tenth St., on evening at S o'clock. All the lailks ot Hie congrc- ;ation are invitcii. 4 :Tke History and Current Kvcnts EKtion of the Malhcsis club will meet prompllv at three o'clock to'niorrow! with. Mrs. Dotiald, C2J Ninth St., S.I Ash Wednesday in Kt. Au- guslio's church will be Holy Com- munion at ty, -children' and evensong evening. sevcn-thirty and tfn-thir- i's service at three o'clock, o'clock in ihc Early Showing of Spring Styles in Smart, Ready-to-Wear Garments The New Spring Waists Tula aueiabJLiyo of New Spring WaUid expresses entirely original Weas'of designers of noto and unusual ability, and we be- lieve tbe collection will prove the most interesting bavo yet fhowo. There arc Tailored Waists o( unusual also Lingerie Waists that will appeal to (hose wtose requirements are (or more fanciful creations, Or.e o( the revest models IB the with the embroidered reveres and Klizatielhean collar and three-quarter sleeves. Oliitr tlyles In fine White Cotton Votle. Crepo r .as! lief could Bowman 'no-.ired' t learn, liauch, was in Chihuahua.1.'but decorations he had received, nothing oiit'fn .Vil'm1 I' T t -'f i front gardlng "The Ker; A; (f. Cam- SMCftUSl Several Square Miles of Ireland on the Move; Many Are Left Homeless Thought There Had Been an "Sachem" Aground Carrick-on-ShaiKion, Ireland, Feb. quaJiing mass of bos. several square rhiles ic area, Is OE tbe move in the neighborhood of Carrlck, and the panlc-strtcken inhabitants'of tlie ountryfilrte are fleeing before the hreatening disaster. The alftle :is been brought about by abnormal rains. thousands of acres fu the counties of Leitrlm aiid Ro'ecomraon are submerged, and the roads, are Ira- passable, except In boats. The people in many Instances "STS Tha Lizard, Cornwall, Kng., Feb. "S. 0. S.-" Eignals from the German steamer Wildenfels picked up by her sister ship Traulenfels, and Saturday when games an communicated by wireless telegraph Uue'HVa? thai Villa knSctel I flaiicb, called1 on Hauch it men ..Scolchmin the re piesc'ntly, lollo'wod anil Dtcd yet, .Mr. Cam- id since' ills' visit tliot Tbe yer3lct'6l roilitiry tuurl of Chihuahua tlU.lil lilt' va) tl f. I n in.' Into the. (6re. Villa, left.for Chihuahua. ..TUy. r'eprt.gniHrai talked 7together: lor about'' Ms red the latal .hour.. .Villa hitri, .nhmt Jhij i were cnjorfid. A unique fei turc was a -composed and sung by the hostess aijd two tncmbers oi the club, which was very much appre- ciated by all present. A sumptuous lunch was servei at the uf UJB alternoon. t. if If A .temperance mass meeting ol all the clmrches will held in Hall on Wednesday evening at eight o'clpcic. The speakers ivill be Dr. J, I.oYcring, F.. Cufhtcrt Atkin and. others. Solos will be icnrtercd by JTES lidy and Mr. and a eading by" Mr. A..K. Gibson. Kvery- to the signal station al the Lizard to- iy. Tho distressed Wildeafels was half -vay across the Bay of Biscay on her way from Hamburg to Calcutta with laspengere and freight when the gent "S.-Q. signal was caught al oon. A later wireless from the steamer will Basch, an charged with' feeing a chirjf3'.agair4st hjni, Bauclj, sppV'e' Spanish; (hat he was 'Innocent pi lips-'charge' of. An Iho party and at i he. cou elusion the eral spy, .'ol tho charge and Interview lieaid 'jeroark shall'.bj.oicctitwl-or whether he Is in- "I am going to kill'all.ol nocent and'.wiH'be allowed his know'yoii are ty will J.en'lercfl this Said bnp ol ttitm." Gonzalez Qarza, letal ad- visor Villa .today. was alive and in thepeni- tentiary of Chihuahua walling final decision o! Ihe court which is con- sidering hiR case. THINK BAUCH BXECUTED Although many Americans believe tliat Rauch was eveurfed In some time- last wee'n, Consi-ilUtional- isl officers in Jnarcr. ficmly nidintain- cd that he was {aVcn on ucnfral Villa's special Irain, which Iclt last.Friday for tho capital city. The Juarez officials-even give, this EMW-TD SEE IHE IG WILL TAKE HEB BOOYOUARD8 FIRST .WRITE' LETTER TO SET DATE Sufldays Sermon spoilt Syrup b-jforeleAvi rjg for chnrch ifill check that'KTrici spoiling cough.-. tell a tonic uiveu M.fc cmiih cure mid itai'tiK IOOTI enaWM ttc sjiUnt1 to throw off all signs 1 1' "of it.ifl ite I irge bottle at all Ijjndon, Keh. Kmmellno the nillllant Eutragctte eaderr personally will head a'deputa- lon the Women's Social and Political Union, (o send to Word was received-in on Saturday- of 'tho sudden death at Brighton, Ont., of Mrs. Ross, Blster-ot C. R. Young, manager of the Merchants bank here. lady had been 111 only a. very short ttnie, and her sudden death (s a great [shock to the Ross jis.a cousin.of.jlpn. at- ior'ney-generst'of'AHjerla. The Kntre Xous club a.ro epterlain- ng al a dance tonight in the- Con- servatory of Music. audUorlum. Cilne's orchestra will aupply .the music.- 4 Alaster Charlio Nonrse, son of Mr. and Mrs; C. 0. K. Noureo, ol Calgary, baa been spending a as gueil at tho home of Mr. and -Mrs. J E. lie'.hbrldge. The dedicatory semcms ol the.new Wesley church will (D. preach- ed on Match 8th by liev. Dr. Charon, body be welcome, and a collec- been from communication with their neighbors, crwinff to the Shannon breaking its banks. The flooded Eiream is carryirjg away many carcasses of cattle and other livestock white hay stacks and outhousei, as well es farm.Implements, -have been washed away. The shifting bog bears tjie appear- ance of a treacherous morasg hrnVwL up by huee fissures filled with wa- ter. Desperate efforts ace being made terrain iivay enough water lo chccli advance of tlfo luasa. La Correotina. bound from La Plata for England, says tho does not require aEBlstance, The message tnds with the cryptic phrase: "The living crew aro Shipping men here are unaWe to understand what this means It indicates that there had been an explosion on board. Sachem In Tco Lewes, Del., Feb. The Hog land life-saving station reported today that ft is reared that liic British freight steamer Sachem, which went aground on Sunday rnorningj is pivoted on an old wreck. -The rev- warmer weather. enue cullers Onondaga and TUsea, and a wrecking steamer p-ailed on the. stranded ship today and swung her bow around. The Sachem is on a shoal two mllea from the VirgiuEa shore. The steam- er was bound from Liverpool via Bos- ton to Norfolk, Va., whcm phe ground- ed. Storm warnings -were ordered out' all along the Atlantic coast from'Caps Henry to Easlport, Sle. Tho probar bilities were, however, that the storm will bo and pass out to sea by to be followed by thai Mrs. PankJiurst would be accom-- panled by her body guRr'rla. The lead- er will first write a lellW to King Oeorgo, aiibsequeiitly'faroceej'lo the. place she has appointed Io meet his Majesty. SUBMARINE REPORTED .'LOST IllroAhinz, Japan, Keb. A-' .lap anese submarine attached to tho pro- tected cruieer HlrrtSo, has beeii'mlss- for Ihrea days. -The naval aulh- orjlles Relieve she mot !wilh dls- and that all on loard'liavo been The aiilimarinu had been dcapalrhcd to toipedoca special program served in.thechuich. On Sunday, March 15th, iiev. J. K. Hughson, of Winnipeg, will preacli. An n'jgmentcd choir will furnish mus- ic at nil these services. If Knof church was packed to capac- ity Sunday evening on the occasion t'no last ot the. special muskai rcountrj. ion i-ill hs tate'ri to defray expenses. it.- Toniorrorv nipht Urn Prottieon class Of Wesley church" are holding "an ev- ening of Progressive Nbnsenee." A unique programmo of tableaux, etc. las been provided, and refreshments be servd. Kvery boJy is ineeta will bo served. Everybody is invited, 3 ft Tomorrow nightj ,in the Parish room, tho Junior Girls' Bible Class of St. Cyprian's Church -will hold 'a ctftl mecllng, at which they hope to have the plea aura .of- entertaining their parents. W. A. Hamilton, superintendent of city schools, delivered a very in- Glruclive- and interesting address on -Modern Educational Problems" at the Men's Own, in WeslminEler church on Sunddy afternoon. The great Imporlanco of a practical erln- cation as a preparation for one's life work was atrohgty emphasized. Tht great advance tho old. countries ol Kurope, iiave made In technical ntid liidnslria! education was'strikingly contrasted with tho progress made in Canada along sim- ilar A splendid rllecuseion followed, in which our present system was strong- ly scored for Us Inadequacy to meet the requirements, of our towns ud vices on Sundays. rery fine aiid up to the usual high standard ol the splcr.rlM choir ot Kuox Ihurch. Tho eolos by K.r, I.ayton, Miss Simrn, Mr. (I. K. Ing anil Mr. A. Si McOougan. rendered, while a very line- t Simm and The choir is r-.ow preparing for musical evening on (food Friday, ecial muskai jrounlrr. The music was by tf-.o Misses Ames rio was given by Mrs. Laylon, Simni and Miss Fairbanks'. were much appreciated. and LIBERAL WON BY REDUCED HAJORITV Ixmdon, Yeo, oral, won Ihc bye-election at Poplar over Jones, bor. hy 278 malorlty, o reduction from 2929 at the laH.election. a Reason For Aches and Pains tea eotfes Often some unsuspected habit, as drinking, li the root of the trouble. The avftrajft tea or coffee drinker who suffers from sleep- tessnen, headache, nervousness or heart trouble utuaMy.sayi. "Tea and coffee don't hurt until some day, hauls him up with a jerk. It'j'poor builneis to trade health and a clear brain for a- few" cups of tea or coffee, pure food-drink POSTUM in p'acfr coffee, has put- man and woman on the' ft cad (o li madt of prlma and'a of.molawet. It a delicloutj nappy but no'no cf and and Coffee hsilth dertroyerB' If your own judgment' (eatfc to a trial of and you begin.io sleep iouncfly. dtgeit food better, rtryei'flet signs of will show There's a Reason for POSTUM Pciturr, nsw tcmcj !r. t'.vs fsrmt', i boiled. 154 ind.iSc' paekagti. INSTANT .pOYrdtr. A teal In of hofwaMCjimilcfa-i. j 80c I-' t'-." The both li'about'tht CANADIAN P03TUH CEREAL CO., LTD.; WINDSOR, ONT. ;