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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1911 THE I.BTUHBlJXiE DAILY PAGE SEVEN CLARKE The Store First Showing of Suits, Coats and Skirts A truly distinctive assemblage of beautiful" and exclusive models now featured here A ijili'mtiil lirray In apircoHu the yroal Kcnoralily of women smart nanm-iils of litslel'ul, becoming anil extremely jjuuil slylc, yet ejimimiling all points of the freakish order which are.su much shown this season in some stores. Prices have not beeii Ihe prime eonsi'dcraliou, rallier elejianoe of style and excellence of quality, yet even tlie most careful buyer will Mini prices splendidly satisfying. We are sole selling agents in l.elhbridge for thc famous Northway shape-keeping garments and strongly urge an early inspection of ill is splendid showing; if you would secure some of the choicest creations of the season. WE MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT As Usual, Our Suits Are Beyond Comparison at the very moderate prices now prevailing No sui-h splendid vithuW no such lasltTnl and heeuniiiiK styles and no garniL-iils possessing the siune of per- fection in fit and tailor work as is demonstrated in lliesi: beautiful Norlliwuy Hiunienls, wliicli nn- the rccpyiiizc'il superiors of nil o'thcf makes in this country. Splendid selections of navys, hlacks, greys and the latest novelty colors in tlie new cutaway coat effects, with peg lop styles, extremely moderate in price. Lovely New Coats to At any. price you wish to py. Wiibbut a TVA havo ever liad durlug any previous sea- son, featuring ir.ostly'llifr short, exclusive models much in vogue. !D a grcai variety of ccl- o'rs and exclusive designs. New Peg Top Skirts to In most attractive styffs. Plain worsteds, Llatk and -Aliitw t'ueck aiij Iiauiltome plaids in the very best Etylea of this Ei-ason, at prices lou- enough lo suit.- the of (lie careful and particular buyer. New Silk Dresses 513.50 Very attractive Lpcotn- ing'styles of splendid quality In ;ilahi and Taqcy, blurs and as ns many novtlty colors, ranging In size from small women's 1G, up to 4i bust. a cljatmir.g frwk ol faugo silk IVv-iaii pur- ple toque with uliite plusr.e. Tte U-3 djinlti-i smM Lr Mibfc Dorothy YiiLiig. ID ftrjxli chifum OUT bilk of tLe sann.- Ktta Ilutton, IN Aliie blue d.if- over silt blue jlonue vrilh fut and fejil.er iiunnt, i and. ALiiie in pjle 1 pink silk uith luc and bbvk viitli pink juaratuu. Viva Kllon, in a chic frock of 'and Ian satin, aJiniUtO the guvsts. Clubs anil Societies OF BY U. S. IN latest developments in Ihe. Meiican situation. He'Sa_id Kir Cecil- Spring- nice; British -ambassador at Wash- ington, bad been instructed jeslciday to. 'inform the. United Stales meul: thai Great Britain considered" it essential tor a Hritish consul to visit ilie' spb't where William S. Ben; ton was tilled. Consul I'crciral, at for'.this and he was to thc blind Yes, pity, those Uhom day and night enclose lows i .YTI.e Stale, derbies, to advise the llritish embassy that in- structions had been sent hetetofore to the American consul at Juarez .to make a most searching inquiry ;Unf6 Uc circumstances attending the. death o! William S. Ucnton. >Theinut pity, most .tho'Miml consul has teen instructed to mak'e. ev-j cannot see ery ciTort to secure the evhumation Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 The Maple Leaf Mission Hand 'Knox chureh will at four-fifteen 1 Wednesday afternoon. 1 I t I The Six-Sis club will meet this! I week, but wiil meet on Monday night i JneM with Miss Uawsou. The mcci- ibcrs are kindly asked lo thei !change in the night oi-mceticg. Dr. Kerg'Json will address a pu'jlic meeting of the Womei's Mis- sionary society in Knjx church base- ment at S P.IK, this All ir.- terested arc cordially iuvittxl lo at- tend. I The Ladies' Aid of 'he ITiristian church will meet at the Caledonian hall-on WcdteiUay afternoon at tiro o'clock for work. All the ladies of the congregation are cordially invited lo attend. t o T Knoi" church anniversary services (will he h'.-ld next A special onering of eleven hundred dollars is heir.g asked lor to defray expenses on the McKillop Memorial Manse. The topic, "'flip Perils that Thir.il- our was very ably taken1 jby Mr. A. .1. Irving at the Wcst- minster Guild of Kcox church on Monday evening' 'Mr. Irving knew his and dealt with'it In a highly interestins yeC practical manner. Quite a discussion followed the ad- dress. St. Cyprian's A. V. 1'. enjoyed last social evening hfforc Unt in the parish room on Monday even- ing. Forty young people were present and an evening o! guessing and contest games. An instrumental number by Mr. Clarke uas appreciat- ed. Next Monday evening the regular devotional meeting will be held. S 1 S Every member ol Central ar.d Wil- lard o! W. C. T. U. arc i vited to attend the mass ineeting oi ithe churches .'and temperance organi- sations, to be'-litld' in Wesley Hall Ion Wednesday night. Tlie Central W. U- will meet in the. class room .to thc left ot the entrance and the Willard in ttw classroom lo thc right and enter the. hall proper-in a-body. u in T- i. .In equal, dark.; to whom keen flame 'the sun's And-pitchy night-time rare the same. V..--. aiid of' tlie Tiorty of tlie deceased, to Ihe slatcincnts uE it Jt iJuac It t" hl1 Spend rirtcl in Calgary, and also hc-jied in th'r. htsloiv. of horse hreeding j an cnjoyablt evening. cause, of the union temperance mass Jin Canada, and-nrohally never in the Miss l.affcrly, of- fileichen, guest of her .cousin, .aTiertv. the U is thc intention of thc Order oi [meeting in Wesley Hall on Wednesday jivorld with one- bree.1 of horses, i Moose to hold another dar.cc in; night, no prayer meeting of the j This remarkable record is not only For Strength, Flavor, and all-round Excellence: BUY Mr. Ci. seriously ported a little hotter, though. very we.iV. is iist'.tl in (iHin.sHtiils of i( is Ihc (on KHlil. YOU Iry il lend Advcrlliement with 25' cents to-Blue Ribbon, Limittd Winnipeg, for tie Slue kiboon cook BOOK. The best cookbook I'S. in Gtntit, -Wrltj and xfdrois p'alnlx, Miss M.ircelli March, at which lime the Imperial! Christian church will he held 'orchestra "ill again furnish Ihc mu-lwrek. 'sic. t i- II. who, .has hecn 11 with typhoid fever, .I to be claimed hy Mr. Drcwry, but by Alhorta, and Mr. Urewry sees that Alberta gets her fair share, of the. I honor wherever he goes, forthehors- aic-i Scores ol smartly gowned niakon'si Miss Dorothy Niblore, ,1! Medicine IK were fed, ar.d some, of them still and girls wended their way to the -Hat, has been a guest with Mrs. ;in Sunny Southern Alberta. At the REV. Mr. DYDB TO PREACH On lue first day oi March, just 25 years'.ago r.evt Sunday, the. congregation.'of Kr.ov 1'resbyterian church was first gathered together, Dad on fli'r'aniiiversary day, there will-he'neld'-n-seh-ice that will he' in keeping with .the -importance of that events. Thc plans (or. the celebration are in (he- preparatory-stage, but the. ser- mon af hoth-'services will he preach- ed hy ol the Robertson1 'College.at Edmonton, and the platining' to render some Tlie Masquerade Assembly dance, which will he. held-tonight In the S. 0. E. hall, is the subject ot much in- home of Mrs. Pavid 11. Kltoa on Mon- i'day aflctr.D.-in in response to "At Home" invitation issued -by (he hos- tess.. The drawing room was pretty with w..ul. tercst and promises 'to he thoroughly 'ferns and shaded, lights. Mrs. F.Hon delightful. Mar Simpson, Miss 1-A'a Mc- P- V- Illverview, returned home. welcomed I.er gncsls, wearing a de- very nicely. cirlcilly handsome costun.e of black i ihanneuse. en traino-vith lace tunic.j has jpiesent lime, the 60 or so head ol I pedigreed horses at the Glen lianch, Ure feeding out in the open. H mal- Ilev. .1. li. I'ictel, who w-.is oper-jlers not that it is the middle oi win- aled on for appendicitis in a Cal-jter. They get enough exercise rust- gary hospital o.-. Friday last, is do-jling (or their keep, and .with a little rcp'ortrin-fiifl .fpr.thc. year 1613, and the budget, for' tlie 'present year.- A special'appeal-vvill'he made to the members-for-a'contribution to coltrctioii to he taken next Sit-.day, when it is aimed to raise to lay off: the diflcr.encc cost and thc loan secured for the election ol fhe. McKillop Mcmoiial ijanse. Ttie amount is iist largo enough lo make ne-cessary an exer- tion on the part ot as il comes to just SJ lor every member. C'oll and Mr.'M. A. Kilpa'trick- were tind corsage bouquet of liirlmiond guests it a nrhate dance In'Monarch roses, tier mother, -.Mrs. Ilausfr, of on Monday evening.-. Miss1 Simpson, 'Washington, who was introil'ired to who is a guest with Sfiss Jean J tl-.e visitors, wore modish costume- will tat'rcturn tomorrow. of bnlterciip satin .with-corsage of .T. S. Hailo hAs latien out T'ern-.ll to build nr JlSOf JIOIISR on Ninth av- N'orA. j green feed are able- 'o keep in the pink of condition. WANTS AU; AUilOltTA STK1XB Drcwry, has been advised by many ot the leading 1'ercheron judges Tlie third liance of n teries givea1- Mrs. .1. (lordon, who. was wear- Ijy Ihe "Krdie Xoiis" tlul) was held hip a smart gown Of Copenhagen hlue i at the Conservatory of Musir last charmcuse. with lace.hodice and iiiack 1 earning. The .patronesses were Mrs. picture hat with plumes, invited lo W. l.or.fi, Mrs.-.I: Glrohlcr. 'he ilteR room Certain Relief to lake his string to thc Chicago In iernational, but he waitiug until he has a stable of Alberta hrcd I'crcherons. and raised stock; so that r.c may .hiing all thc glory to this already i famous horse country, for there is not doubt hut what he will coirjr oft eluding the Dominion Fair at Bran- and Ihc reason'that he has-not more prizes to'his credit, is because he did not visit and show al hiore exhibitions. .Mr. Drewry is on his way lu Ill- inois, Alberta's rival as a horse country, and he expects to retina with another carload of pure hied IS. II. Jlilitcll, Mrs. Hi W. Mcech, II. Sloan, Mrs. Oilmorc and The te.i lablc. was a mosL pfclure with Us immense basket of from teaches, dull ar.d that count with the toun- lfc -has Mrs. J.'1 Mr. .1.' Olo'nislcc JRictimnud roses resting ,.i acted as JI. Ahoiil' 10 couolen jtorj while a were, piescnt. fight 'and dainty ihuiiR from Ihe electrolier and snail served at half-time, to get her-with-the (Iclfglilful Inusic ren dercd hy Mr. -Clfne's orclics'ra, Con- vase.s .of the- same flowers were cficc- tively placed each iMrncr. Mrs. Smith, who poured Ira, Irllmlcd 16 (he gieal-swcr.ss that the 'handsomely costumed in hlack i r.i'rr.ii.s' prwrJ to l-f-. Tiit- tuuiu t.iur- an-; j rcieivrd a great ovation from wrtli pink rcsrtiuds, _____ _ gre. _______ guests al Ihe close ol .Inc. dance., .Tuo Mrs. A. M, Grace, who cut the fatlgae of billmjaneta, comes 1, -and pcrraai-ent irnprovenicnt i'n Mr. Drewry would not say just what ho ,I0 jt-.e. 1'anama- Paeidc Kjpositlon, but" he .that there would he some noise about j.Uborta hoises made at the. fair ol i fairs. This has been a good year lor i tolls at the (Hen Ranch, and there is (another good crop in sight, so Mr. I Drewry will likely be heard from this .'coining season. Last year he cleaned the hoards at all the lairs he visited letwern Winnipce and Lelnbrifcc, In- bodily condition Blcmach, liver ind bowels been toned and reguItUa b- BEECHAM'S PILL Utox.i. I6e They please the Cook Beciuie ihey 10 much lime and ITOU-' she invent ntw dishes with Oio Cubts, give qoiclly an nniua K5l and to ;