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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Th� LEtAbOTJ&4e daily HERAtb ifB*''TTr Pafifc 7 Si Mi & CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Timely Suggestion Select yoiu* Easter Vi^eai- early and assist us in le-i Uevlng our altcl-ation ' department of an overwhelming' rush later on. Tho nresent disnUiy 6t BUits'^ coata� aWrts and dresseB Is truly faficinating. L K InSTrtkyrTa^t en^ IndltlduaUty to make this showing with Buprflttie Itt the eavly ready-t^t-^ate jnovomont, ' hvt.� �liASMlnd of sultii�rid>oot(t�'!�' aipeelally. ttrong-the most ex-flUUlte tt�del� aw to Uiimd In thih splendid line, featuring the 2tMc�yTJjlo�d � wall a�-0l*nty of fairly extreme novelties, among ; wKleh your choo�lilBW63'.ww*^^^^ Suit Sdle S22.S[0 A score or mofeparflculAfly: Btr. A Fr'ericU eteatlon of guaranteed un-t6ai'i�6te,broi5a4e silk. 'HeYiiCCW 6%"IC1. Clasps .. / . Height bacK under arm . 6*4" .. 5" No,7?,8:w.......$4.00 *Frett(�ll.coutllle,'silk ribbon, double' edge%tft>roldery top; WBg flossing at each To6w., HelghrhUBt^ 5-"'"'-'^ trnder"AxKii,: 5 Height back 6% Below waist , 15" LeMh clasps 12" _______$2i50 A,higti*Jt&aB inducing corseti.)nade for m^HlVill-and stout figures. ^Unddb a?m i 4^". Height back Iiength clasps Np.�09 .. ...... . '$5.00 .V >4de Iwith .Jeducl^g banid � and:, pat-ented 'bpw rltjge..: Height bust .. .5" Under arm Length hip 14V*? Height, back BW dSelow v^aiat 13%" Length cjasps 13" No. dSO i.^.i.f... $3.00 Made with guat%Jee(l^. Untearable slit, giving great fj^edomfto.ekirt.' , Height back- 5%" ajjBl(rt�;Vi�lBt 13%f � M^Blg^ixi clasps 12'' Height bust' 5%'' Under arm BW Length hip 14%^' No, 594 $2.50 ' Medium,'bust and^ extremely long l)u^ comfor.tabro .Below, the. jv.alBt, .HelBJxtTbust^.g^;' '.Height.baok 6" MILADI ED^OryiAfl IS HBU0'-bN'*8USPICIpNr-LI-T*^ P, Report). IPS-in-jaKe: f ;om. ,%reet;*0;inlne,yeftra, I iJSaptainii-iflolemaftfi?; o^tha^?-G*s4^ : n6vjAllMd>MiiBliaudjtfa5i:y�^^^ : cq^Motiion,  Tyitb;'^ : md:otrtho;;dead{woman.s�:as;^ i^M aswyeillanj5a:ot tlje^^^ he fffAXlxt, yesterday morning gjheci, S .y�^rp/; infoX'raed iVLieutenat^titJ^ellfleur. ^tiaii'jis.jiiotlier iw�s ieaii^d Ws'fa-; ther-ibajJIy sinju.?^'..,'. .Cv'T^^ a-.'v^'.-^ .? -Mft ^police �'lound.Jf the ..?-wOittaa -flying;: dead^^di^; bed" with ;tIireftiT!(fomid^'in/-her: thrpa^i:'irbei..ma� iwassstaJ^^iheiiWlth a'iblood^tained.�fdwel',wrapped',*p;tound* talf -and; �aplthoutfh'.tfa^dly*'^ able' to spSElIr, n in{o)^pd Catli^ln \.6olemW : ijial^lifi^ oOTjd; !pe^ed.^^8^^{ildl^ithat��is(toi/tip^ the.'nightvJw MceIv^^,avl*^V4r;. blow. ^h!Bi\.'fheftsegwncdi.; cbSscio!j8iSss.>y to^ .fpuiid;hittswiflji;dead:!jiv.'b�d^ihesldfchira;: and i hi6:- own fpofj.-sijj^slxfed,,opeii) �.>He "'. A SUNSHINE BOOMERANG When, a bit of ,Bunshm6 hits ye. After passing ot a cloud, When a fit Ql'laughter gets vc, An' yer spine Is fcelin' proud, Don't ferglt to up and fling it , At a soul that's' feeling blue. For the minit.that you sling it It's a boomerang to you. THE) oVflER'SIDE When a strealc of ba^'luck nips you  -An'- you are down and almost out, When the devil's see-saw rips you, . Think of this old broncho scout. Always busted, soniBtimes bleeding, . But the hand that held the rod, Was'tlie hand that I was needing,  The Almighty hand oJ God ! -Sunshine Bulletiil.  �� "  Hostesses tomorrow! Mr^. J, V, Cook.vS^S Sixth St., S. Mrs. John Brodiei' 648 Eleventh St.i for the flrst time this season; Not'reoeiving tbmorrbw: �Mrs. Rhynd JamiBson........ � Mr.. A, E. Rose lias as his guests his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosej of Napink'a, Man,' - Miss .MacDonald, nurse' o" Mcdicme Hat, is a guest f-bf the week wltli Mrs. G'. E. riotson; Mrs.- :J. f',_^ Sirn'psoii returned yes-terHay j morning from Minneapoiis. .'She' left, her .mother^' Mrs. Thomas, entirely Jrecovereid irbtn her recent iiiaessi-,.; , � � , � ed hat with black velvet faomg, and Mrs. Arthur Reid, m a becora.ing gown ot golden brown mossalme with cream lace accessories and toque of reseda green velvet and mmk, shared the honors of cutting the ic/?s and pouring tea. 'Mrs. F. E.'Shantz, m a dainty white silk frock with Persian msert-inga and black beaver hat with plumes, and Miss Edith Jones, in si jJretty town of green striped voile with touches of black, passed the tea hour trifles.  � Little Miss Dorothy Staftord, in white Hngorie and blue ribbons, admitted the guests. MURKAY-MUNROE A quiet but pretty wedding was be present as the details regarding the visit of Mrs. Livingst'onj Alberta provincial organizer, will be arranged. Mrs. Livingston will,conduct a campaign for increasing the women mcmbersliip of the local W. 0, T� U*  �  A social time will be enjoyed by the Westminster Cluild of Knox church this evening. Miss Tilney, convener of the social committeej has arranged for a good programs which will, include such well knowa. artist? as Mrs. W. J. Nelson, Miss .Sinwn, Miss Ruth Freeman, Mlss^ Edith .Jones and Mr. MacOoirgan, A little sketch, "The Train-To-Mauro," will also he given, and refreshments will be served. All the young people are cordially invited. Mrs.. Vanderwater and - Mrs. Wi A. Hamilton will be hostesses ot Wesley Ladies' Aid on Wednesday,  �  On Wednesday eveaing the subject of St. Andrew's prayer meeting :wl�l be "Great Intercession."  �  The A. Y. P. A. of St. Gyprlan's church Will meet as Usua\ m th6 psirr solemnized at Knox manse at eleven j^j^ ^^^^ pjg,,^ o'olbck thi? e*en-o'clock this morning, when the Rev. AG. Camieron united in marriage ng. Miss Ldur* Mtoroe to Mr. John Robert Murray* Both bride and groom were unattended, the bride looking very pretty m a gown ot navy-blue foulard with white, polka dot, opening over ai white silk vest. Mr. and Mrs. Murray left this afternoon for .Vancouver, where they will make their future home. CHANCE-^HUDSON � The wedding of Miss Eva Ciiance and Mr. William "I-IUdspn which took place at Purple Springs on Wednes-, day, Peh. 19th, at 2:30 p. m., can  trutliiully be-said to have been the prettiest and- most important event of the s'easoh. The New Mr. and Mrs as their � guest the coast.' George Stacey have the former's mother. The Sunday school teachers ot St. Andrew's church will-meet' at " the church at eight o'clock this e-veiilBgi.  �  On Wednesday afternoon and rfveii-ing tlie Ladies' Aid society ot Wtfet^ minster church will . hold b. fifteen j cent tea at the home. of. Mrs, -At E.. i Weston, comer ot Tliird Ave. and  Fourteenth street south, when Mrs. > Weston, Mrs. Slmm, and Mrs.-West-cott will be hostesses. � -v  : � Divine service will be held in � St. Cyprian's church on Wednesday evening, when the rector.will, take-for his �subject, "The Third ISTord from the, �GroSSi" � �� - .� � wo... The Womeh's.Missionary Auxlliaty ot Westminster church will'mefet on THe_ weUditig guests crowded- into the hall In- ^ood time to witness the US -Liiti^ . wedding procession; Upon the stroke Mrs; Stacey, of Portage La Prairie, of the half-hour Mifs. W. Wellington _____ who is.^en.route home from a trip to | began^to play-the,.beautiful arid well-i T-hui-sday af-terndon*�iiK Mrfe. "^W-;'P. I loved wedding .march.'by Mendelssohn.) J, Alexander, when Stts: T.' 'S.v FSt-The btidat party .was led by little ' terly, bf Wesley Aujdiiatyv VHU Hubert-: Dupras dressed in a little j tfie topic. "' '' whlt6 sdll! V arid, bearing - a white pil- MqnW'�.l.:Q^..\^�l'- a3.-Y�st^iday morning iiL^t^-Uome ot Francois ,VavtDU�,-fi��'|&Tahd - Trunk strofet, pointdirectly aoross the= *t?e^tAiroti7 the Da,�|lbV^ih*ipital, WjaS ,toUnd N Mrs-. Bert .Cumitiing, . of, Minneapolis, arrived yesterday, morning on an extended-visit -with-her. parents, Mr^ and-Mrs; iN'eilv.MoLachlan. ' Rev.'A. .GL dime'rjin goes to Mao-leod- tomorrow to -a-ttend a meeting , of tlie; gvgsbKteryi:''.j;j. .'> Miss Mabel.,M9C>re,5,p't,Calgary, who has..'been,.a Muse .'gitfst" with. Mrs.- T.' S-,' Ffitte.rly, returnpc(.j. bome this af-terupojW; ^v.V'.^ fefv^-a.^' , � Mrsi'W.; Dro9S;,.-is.-ispendinig a week ; the guest of -iier daugliter, at Sweet .Grass.;-.^.! :^ ,^ .. ,. Mrs* and, Mrs. -F.wiJ^i Cumraing and cWldxen-'leave aboa-|j^tbe first of April foirr'MinnflapoIis,- ;wiei� they will-: re-8rae''in.vfutilr6V I* ....... - a lo.w ot white silk) upon which rested th� weddiil| ting. The gr6om��ccbm-pahii^'v.tli'ef.rlng^bfearer and woio j i bouqudt';ot^ lilyfbf-^the-valley and .sinil-ax,, ^he*: -bttdesmaid^ Miss, Bessie; Holmaii^Wana'bfest'-inaa^r^^]^^ Harry �HudsbhV-.iiext appeared. The bolides-mail- tv.qrev'd^ dtesk-bt;: liglit ,A)lue chiffon bVer blue;jsatiii and-carried 'white carna'tlbns-s; 0^ MiUigan .dress- ed ii white, "arid; jvearlng a .wreath ,ot smyax acted" as ;fl.bwer-gi'rl, preceding the.;bi:i,de,Jwlio leaned' gn her fattier!s airiii, vThe 'bj-id^looked very ,dalh;tiy and bh'armihgV- avm a . beaijjiiuul gowri .jof �whitechiffon ,� over, cream-'sa-4 Fawns, Diagonal ChlncbiUft Tweeds In black and whits effects, also a complete range of Serges, Voiles and Panamas In black, navy and all wanted plain colors. Prices commence at $4.00 and mount In easy stages to,, $12.50 Come and aee themi wm On Wednesday at 4:20. p�mr' ,a chiV dren's service w;lll. be. .i^ld in.i -Sti. Auguatin's churchi and ,atv 8,.fpij^.r evensong will ,be: held, 'AiA^fiWh: the-reiiJ-, tor will continue his dlseourste- uji "Tlie Catholic CHurbH," . t � ' stini, Miss Currie,' .MtfiS" ^'Waterman, Mi^i Smith, Miss Beanington, Miss tBijCh* Miss' NimmonsJ"'Mis$' Halpen^^ nfj'Miss Trenholme^',MiS8 .pound, ;MiSs Hwdgkins and Mis^ 'Cook. - ct;;j '''?f'fi6'"At Home" feiWn hy Mes-dames Mlhor, Graham,- and - -Youiig-Ibr^the'-members ot Maple Leaf Ghi^'-^r-m. 7,-of the ordw o! "the-East? �ern' Star at the residence 'o! '"M*^. 'ffoseph Young, Feb tooTc the whipbitlie^ R6flh�d- .^hl� :invIilortt. It'B the V|�9lWiW,to*l?epp-your halr^ naturaU^olored wfttd -y.,. at which ,250 gue6t^'-sat doWn.-rall of which shows; the numher of friends this esteemed coup}e possess. ��,..�.,, ... ; >iA-,word:ot^'Praise is:not amass-here' diie. Mr.aiid � Mrs.' Hudson and ivir, and.Mrs.� Chance,:;giving them.' great cr0dit,..forvthei-eftorts they m^de ito^'-giye, ;suoh.an',enoi;mous .orowd%cb*ia^ good.-.tiraei',;-. .' �:.:.;v.-\u(vi^l%;; , i-Dinnei^-was. an elaborate aflair and wouIdv;b6,.-hard. to surpass. The-we,d-dingycakc]'was :an.. object: of greati'Sifc-'tractibni^ being, the mostr beautiful ,eye)t seen'l.^l-ylng. dressed by -Mrs......R. gain ng so rapidly, m popta^uJ*)!". Iddttibn classes will her toted ,',for Monday' and Thursday" -Vi^venin'gfry Those, wbo apply tonight, - will be ^ble to ^ake the fuU'coutSojbl, twenty lessons. ' ' ^ The woman's Auxiliary ,plJ^St',j'Au-gugtin'"s church will njeqt ai* 3^30. tomorrow atternpon. All lhe^ A very, (large number^^tte^ii3d .jjhe Jupior Woman'^ AuxiiUarj',1,' Of Ji% It you want to seeiooWe^t ne-w >,{ ?ffii�-'^Kt; 'Btiiterick I^iisW^! and pages the Pages and -pa,. , , , .... smartest, designs, speciajly selected. .Every,, apticle ,ota mah'b 'wiMrbbe dlaplftyed in ^ay varied and completeia^Bortmont; -. ...... . .....> " .�V, ..a i i >f, Any B.iit^eric'* Pattaftt Free - with'- feVer. that he could, not; telli.vvHe.;-thought' he did, but was'not sure: ^.When his father had been* takep.ftp,, the bospl-i ||i|n||>irrn tal, Theodore' tbliff . EoUce th-it- |lR|JMm ILI when The' saw hls^'ilincle'.'in';;tl>e- hous^ .iTlUUll'ILL he Jiad an a�e lnJiU'3.poc!feti^;!a.pAvtbat �-'u^e|ithlJ^gt ooK. atXthe?nK|d oi laadlSis' ftprai.tho^'^'e4* .tloli jof ihft. door .'disolb'si havlijg^been'tawp- ' ~ quastlbbed.. tplogel his; gtory-. yraS>*- sta; ^'^XP^inajt , niVsigu^^ot boy^ % N^-iyifoUndlawdfji.nj tlce.-BUdqWAl . >11 kinds ,0): A^IS/UjT)H .Jnda'The fl&vor cp loXR>RRElEf^>�r ,WhloVdeoayB *'^'^*i^eJpi*JfA,rS: and it only^jn akeaj 9f&>iAa.' Tbts ot'tlie "9iJ ^5lMi|f.' accBunt^ot^ 0nd9d* DyTthe ppund^pf j'Salai Book tp, Ltd. pouHdipn^aai .TW'g&ests fad to'm8Se*'4*ir kiftf of 4 ^stoppiied jiy-tte' hbstfessT'" '^fte:^J^'iik 'fur^of ga,therlrig 'attS'-^iUnJiilg'-tlie fJ^^Si^ys; the prizes, twdtvery - pretty S^pose^.all in blo6m';*?wete wbnVbK' pl^-lyiglit and MrS,;.WiieWm' .,�', 'j#?$4^e9did ^selections o'afe^bliB'f piano wer.rgiven by Mrs. "C. Rv',' Young, .Mra^Vrlght! and Miss.-|(^i))8on^v.- Re.^ tefljmehts were served? � after "'wWoh ili^g�estsaerijl)yed;:thBms6l're^ ^l9g,a|xd singing, tlie nafer^/otwhich* �)\Ve,d the;genuine! sistpxly- -feeling sfeihg- among the* lad}es"ji;;of-!-*'that did order, � The hoVtessfiBSt were fiaslstdd .'in ventertalUJn'g'.'jbv^TMfaai - .Young,  i-;;'andv/?-liiga'ij;^iBBa*riee; timima, on Saturday Mterjwjoi jWas^ apshded by a l,arg^nut^|??ot'|ij�art-; �fegfS^ned ladies, whb iOalled to;-fbrm-stl.ly..welcome the hostess,,to,the city. �/cJP.iifc^caitnationS: radiated v.jbheir^Ifa-gtar'^" *�.�v4,.,,rj ing' wea ib; and 'the]At,, a meeting _o� /l^^e^f^^i^wf ^^'^^ ^ KndigrtSen festoons and drapoties ftrtaBils looked Very neat, arid tht, -r- " 7 iters?-TpI^yed :ih'dii: part ^ky*--tvellr J Westminster Uethodl^t-. / I Vaiters' were aS fr"-  " lUlelJl^erineti;,- Mjfrtle waiters-were aS follows,; Ml^Ses night,the ^territory J J.^i.'_.-t Jensen and James Jens n; The eveniijig Was spent an-daa|!|^ fe and all report a pleaSant.tim.e; A �"dwhty supper wa^ served at midnight, t i-'" " t ^Soth t%;bi;iae and grooift .aiie, P9P-lilar young people and com)i from, gihe of the 6^st,famiUes,p]tr�ie com| ni,unity., > ji->,)- Police have decided to lnLjfewJg|: th>'"def^th of Charleiilt " youn^ BntUshrdTan^'wl) of flat''c^ftwi6n,i*>ftordln ���� iftter ledz the'iDolioe 'to'beUeyi&l' -^^r^vi ar as a 1 deSth'^fi'as not altogether aooidentaU. jp^r^Uaiic^ .pMnvSBtieatlon will ho h^W^', A. mm 1% CLUBd AND SOCIETIES ped ladies of the' churb^j, whQ,-undertake :the (tagk' of viBitipg''', keeping'iUhtouch with'tfie'^,fiep]?l� Jbil tfie/"ichUrcli has' a t>& Theif ladies'are' showing^Je to^ keep the church; iip ' ' state ,o� effloieycy^artd t 9t,get,ting along .with?iut;.^ff '. probably 'until- conference* mget$,-v�A; ^^ugVwiii '^^j^ey^^^igjfL^... &cpert,Rps8iM# theyear; at your p6\ver hdUriBlermin-alBwith codi-iat .J1-.6B .^er tbn ^ iSumming upline *ab6ve"*lt appeal a �a thati' *�' " \^ ^ I- ^ Yoii have 'aN?moaern eq.U'pippht "j^ tmy capable pf 'd^alinti with year de ht mauds f6r sdjib^ tffib. ^ unoertJ yoW piitiio^e?!' >eek,'aS the ministe^, ReV-X; G..CaAfltM�TV|il,b9 out;oHown.. 9?8838 3 ;