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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, FKBRUARY.25, 1911 THE HKinCE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN A SHOWING OF NEW BLOUSES I Paris gave the Inspiration, New York arranged ihe style lines, giving the models a distinctive and smart American touch. There [f a wonderful collection of NfA- Waists now ready for your Inipectlen. These who like to buy early and have tlioie ex- ciu'iive'tmngt that are sometimes hard to find later on In the sea- ton. Of more than piling Interest It the Crepe Voiles, with some tpeclal feature of yoke or sleeve which makes It quite different to anything you will elsewhere. 7-' MILADI Edited Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 New Silk VValits. from (and up) Lingerie Wai Mi, from (and up) I i Crept Waists from (and up) Pongae from (and up) A New Nemo Corset at arc Sole Agfiala for Xomo Corsets In Southern carry J5 different modela from to JC.OO. A new number al lias beeii lately added to siock. ASK FOR 212 Corset made of stauncy u-liitp coutil end mailc to Btand tiard wear, and tear of liouFtholJ wurk. yet graceful atid stylish In every line. Sizes J'J to 3D. 301 STYLE as shown lii picpue Is a ncv for Blender and medium figures. Med- ium bast, very long skirt, with Xemo in-curve Luck. Sizes 20 to UO. a Complete Line Is tliis a (ait to Iwr The larder leji.c Ar.d cleane Krom fat uf 7 s it lo quit II.r 0! u-1 slil! To lill Tte ('latter high with, Is it to fast nn ho'jr, Or rassed goc. Or show The dov.T.cast ai.d N'o "1'is ;i last lo Tliy sbcafo ol And me.ite, lrnto the hungry siv.ilr Is it a fast strife, l-'roiu old debate. Anil hate. I.To ciicuniL'ise "ihv liif To show the lieartr- To stari'C thy Fin, N'ol bin, And that's to keep thy Have you selected your Free Dress and Embroidery Journal Pat fern Yet? This U. Ladies' Home Journal Pattern Week atiil wo arc giving Airaf about palterce. There are 3 style of (tresses and one embroidery pattern. Any of these aio ycurs (or Uic asking. Come In are worth coming a long rrajr to gee. Rylands Co. The Biisy Store Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. K. N. .Mr. ar.d Mrs. M. N. arc waving iulo their jJieUy bunga low un Fourteenth ,St. 3' Sir. (.f tbc Bank of Montrea staff, has relumed from a short vis: with ftiittrfs in Medicine Hat. Jtcv. and Mrs. II. KJme-r flreen ara rejoicing lie arrival of a daugh- ter, Jena Salome, on Tuesday, Feb- ruary 34th. Mother and daughter are doing nicely. .Mrs. vr Mrs. Hugh Uonuaii-rirrrol. Mrs. K. Mrs'. If. T. Mrs. J. N. Mrs. Mrs. Ainslit iha Washington. Miss Miss (iirl. Miss llith C'eiatury. Miss Cralury. Miss Ar.u Miss Mr. Centuiy. Mr. J. NT. Ititcljip-I.Vrt Mr. Mr. Mr.' Cn.ituir.r. IJr, ,-Ir. F. K. 5ir. Kni'.in. Mr. Proud (Made. Mr. Mr. Ainslic Dr. McS'ally-Domi-.o.' Mr. Mr. CUnvn. Mr. T. Mr. S- '.I. ShVpl.crd-Henry Vlll. Mr. II. J; Mr.- Hugh Mr. It. V. Gilibor.i-Uoaiino. Mr. Uubr. Mr. Mr. Mr. JlartlndaicAiiart Costume. Mr. Artfcur' dour. Mr.-E. A. Sliart.ian-CJhouls. Mr: Sydney AN EXQUISITE DISPLAY OF WHITE EMBROIDERIES JUST OPENED UP Clubs and Societies The St. Andrew's Young Ladles BI- blo class will mm at seven-lblttj- to- night for practice. Lethbridge until they secure a house. Mr. Smith is the man- ager of- the Hudson's Day store. are ask to Miss H. Brown the hostess ot present. Wesley Women's Missionary elety meets at four tomorrow aller- noon. in Wesley hall. -Mrs. C. Daniels tlljgKo. air ftdaress there wni_.tbe music. A col of Hie Toronto, Kcb. ,li- was carrelled tor sixty days hy Police Magistrate Deaison this'morn- ing as for tin hilarity which New Year's celeliration.1 Tho conviction was made under, sec- lion 81 ol the license actt which.per- mits, the'suspeosiOQ 01 cancellation ol The license ot a tavern keeper convict- ed o( "sanctionir.g or allowing riot-_ or-disorderly on his premises." Colonel Uenison, having heard a second grfst o! evidence, de- cided behavior was all that and more. "The whole thing vvas a ablc said ha, "a drunken rev- el what tbey call an oigie. Here were thirty or lorly drunfcen women Thai.' the dandruff germ is respori' sible for nearly all the dlseaeea -a bright affair on Tuesday, evening iu iionor of her tiirtnday. Games and J lection will be. taken In aid danctng'were In order, after which j rest fund." ;inviting "refreshments .were t Those ihe Misses j The WomanVs. society Harrison, j Westminster i tbe church'toinorrWafternoon. Mrs Hcarntf, j. B. Gray will Oie topic and .v.. Stewart, Harrison, B..SMrE. William FryncEs the "quiz com Adams, StCRart-'crid Shcadon. i nuac lurjcut i.iL.iu'11-u- Heridric, .Ilcarne, H IlinCk, Pip jliams and MessrsV'-WilHains, .Many Wf re tlic -visitors who look calling during to Ihn.'opportunity 'or calling during which the scalp Is heir, as-well as for Tuesday's receiving-hours, when Mrs. baldness and premature gray hair, iJ p A. stoltre was formally at homo well known fact, but when wo real, for thc first Ms Ec.Mn. conihmation in rieroratin; the draw- ing room, where (he hostess received wenrini; a snuirt gown of pink point d'csprit over silk witu hefewllii-lhe which a'ii touches of-Mart'laccy eminent seientlst states he baa found, Mrs. recrived with Mrs catarrh aiid corisumptlon, we apprc- claio thQ.'.'Itaportance of any agent that will power.' arc, lo iftqr repeated teats, to complotely flc- SloHzc, wore a becoming gown .troy-Uie" lii from royal blue channeuse HiilsEv of All the, members-are asked to present; The social evening iy unlor Girls' Bllle class? of St. rlan'g Church was qulto "a succesefu affair, Guessiag and gasies with R musical helpcc make a pleasant evening besides lh> dainty refrcsriments which wep sen1 cd, AilefnP Jo'nei, Uoroth; >reta IVejlinfeton and Glady lolt cpntrj-butcd to the musical pro- jramme. to three applications. .It v.Hl ako al most Immediately ctop falling hatr and it has fn numerous cases produc- ed a hair-growth after years of baldness. This 'prescription can ho mudo up at home, or any druggist put it.up you; fi ounces Bay Il'um, 2 ounces Larona do Coinpoaee, one-half Araclun Menthol Crystals. JEIx and after Etandlng half an hour'It Is ready for use. AJI- pl7 night and morning, rubbing into iUggeting out, nhile two had to he ltie BCalp with your finecr-tips, IT you 'jj. Qf your favorite perfume. While this preparation. Is "cot a dye U !a un- equalled for. restoring gray hair to Its original color. carried. There was diunkenrirss And noise and Visaing, ailogcther the sort nt conduct which should not be, "al- loc-'fiil in any respectable 7wo" waiters testified todaj- that those wlio attended were possessed ol- considerable capacity. A table of five put aivav four tjuarls, a happy couple finished .two, olheis, however, "wero I however, more moderate, one sextette- content- [might he ing ihcstisehes with one battle A little hissing they "fizz." Thess waiters saw.sonic stag- rib fights. Advl. trininiing in rose Mrs. Charles McCltflashan, who si5tcil in the drawing rooni, was be- comingly gowned in myrtle green silk with ar.d Persian trimmings and while and black chapeau. Thc dining table was pretty with its lace centre and low, bowl of yel- auii white tulips, while shaded candles added to the pictur- esque effect. Mrs. R. E. and Mrs. A. R. divitltti tr.c honors oi pour- tea and coiTee, the lojmer wear- iug a chic costume oi wir.c co gering, onu cvrn 'saw couples fail (V: while 'dancing; which contretemps, j wl gallantly suggested. lie Blue Ribbon corded Telrit and piuk velvet "toque with feather iji'ouni, and the latter in a graceful creation of aPPte.gtecn silk of pink and black hat inlies were, "served by Mrs [Kittle dainty, in white ling- erie and brow n liat with feather ban- deau, and Miss Uirch in a modish lace veiling pale blue.- Irma Dossc, f rocked in- red j admit- ted the many visilois. OTIC ot thc most unique and dclfglitfiil .social functions of the sea- son was the masquerade dance, licIU in .the S.O..K. hhll last evening. Rome- eighty guests were in attendance ami the rnsttimrs were ex- creiHngly pretty ann attractive in thf evfreme. Mrs. H. J. Goo'ilft and Mrs; S. J Shepherd wrrc the. patronrssrs, the In no cliiss IIKT- L-lKiiidisr is uilvnn- tajju nf Iliis store's cim- ucclions more I hail it is in embroider- ies. The assistance nf our sliilT of buyers selr-cling tlu-ir lint's ilirccl from zei-liind's leading rrs, as 11 icy do--enables us lo place tlicsc lieuiili- ful new floods in the h 11 n its of Lcthhridgc liuycrs at the mosl pop- ular prices it is possible for :my stnre lo (jnole. Our line of Kinbroidcries never before so full of beauty as this from the narrowest liaby Headings to the -la-inch I-louncings; ditinly eyelet work on fine anil Swiss with Insertions to nialrh; line Headings from ly- incli lo inehes wide, jilso a wide variety of Gfilloiins. handsomely embroidered in widths from to inches. The" liealcsl rnugc of we have ever shown in IS, 21 Ti inch widths. Kor the little folks' wear you will lind thiinly little patterns with work from '1 lo -f inehes wide, some finished wilb neat hemstitching; others with dainty button hole edges. Then in the wide inch Flouncinfis is every new effect in voile, nuirijiii-. sette and organdie, in Hi'.cs! mystic effects, all priced extremely moderate. Make your selections now while goods are fresh and ranges are complete. Stunning Spring Styles! 600 Distinctive designs! smart, fascinating! NcwTuhicsl Jiokros! Uainty Lingerie Dress- es! Tuxedo Blouses! Short Cutaway Coats! Each copy of this Spring issue of "BUTTERICK KASIIIOSS" includes any BUTTERICK PATTERS of your own selection FREE former as an. Italian Girl, while the latter appeared as a Flower Girl. A huge udorftaj the COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Hliie Ribbon, thc name signifies all that Is bcal. auk for nine Ribbon CoKcc, Hahing I'otnler. .lolly I'cwilera and Extracts." They will flv'6 perfect ftatlntactlon.' i r tire rear of the while. 'a small- j rr one was unrurlcd over 'the cn- 'Ihe Impejial orflirslra sup- piled splrntlid music, and a dainly supper was served at hall time, Katie t'alcn assisted. Tlie iuijiC fitted oaf as a cos? sitting out room .ami a fciv firsts, did. not earc to dance, made use of it. A mnnlicr ot guests, wlio did not masquerade., dropred in at time in usual evening dress lor tho. j last half of the program. A few ot 1 the characters Miss J'ronif (Maclcnd) tutkisli jlaily. j Miss Christie Ho-I'cep. Mrs. Queer, Amif, 1 >frs. w. C.'fves-l.ftllc 'llor Illuc. Mrs. W. A. XV. I Kitl, Those. Interested are reminded o :liB wlilEt drive to be held In si Mary's -Parish Fridar nlglil nt of the Companions of the Forest. r- The ladles of -'the First- Daptfst church speiit a veVy -delightful soda] evening al the lidiue- of Mrs. A. E. Snilln oa Tuesday ovenlns. A guess- ing contest provided Keep: amuse- ment, the rrlze being won by Miss Rose Huascll. Inviting viand'; Were served by the hostess Rt tho close of the'evening. The. sale of work to be given by the Ladles' Aid of the Kiftb. avenue Bap- tist church on Thursday, will com- mence nt three'o'clock-In the after- noon, ant! tho social at 7.30 In the ev- ening, when a good programme te. presenled. Will the ladles who promised hoaic cooking, kindly send their gilts in before, thnt hour In ttie evening. tf Sixty dollars -was fho splendid am- ount realized ty (he Junior fiulld ol 31. JInry's church at their concerl in Unity Hall on Tuesday evening. Tho plays, (Sreatest and tlio and "Moth- er Goose's were carried out In a clever and thoroughly capable manner by tho young dramatists, and recllatlons anil solos -were Inlcrapei-E- ed. Tho piano numbers by Mrs. Kd- vvard Jackson were much enjoyed. All did fo well thai II is impossible to single out any in particular, but tho Oulld of. vmother cd house sny tlmo they care to rut on anolher play. i- St. Andrew's Chrisllj'j Endeavor sotiety met on Tuepdav evening witl sixty members In attendance. -Miss Williams presided, while Mr. Harlks was leader. F. Cuthbert gav a eomiirchcnslvf flnd verv nbla ad dress on temperance, while Mr Shand wilh nn inleresling talk ou thc same subject. A duel by Miss Hume, and Mis Hazel, a chorus hy tile choir, and i solo by MiM Vorbca uore among th plr-rislng features. church realized ?3Q from their social and concert in Wesley Hall on Tues- day. The attendance was not as large .as tha excellence of tho pro- gramme merited, but was no doubt ef- fected by the Ladles' AH concert on Friday evening nt VVestey Hall. The early part of the. evening was speul in progressive games, and they were followed by the sning of dainty refreshments from a conundrum menu, which provided amusement. Then came one of the very finest programmes rendered in many months in Lelnbrldse. It was made up as follows: Instrumental dubt, Mrs. Crasg and Mrs. tableau, tbirton 'clarinet eo'o, Mr. Chandler; tableau. "Rock of three young ladles; vocal solo, MUs Dorothy Young; taWeau, "Lead, Kindly 1n motion, fifteen oung Mates; reading, Mr. PatterEon; ablfau, "Canada." thirteen young adles; "God Save Lbe King." All the indtvWunl numbers were cn- huslaslically encored, wbllc tho lab- eaux were put on to music, and were ertafnly artistically executed. .T. E. Atkinson, speaking to the loose club, Toronto, urged prorisJon n Canada against unemii'oyment. Mayor Hockon .of.Toronto mny ab-] m'don bis proposal "of a j of linanre through op- fosition on the board of control. Controller McCarthy: of Toronto, ijienlmig to the'-Toronto, Plslrlcl Ep- Torth- league on ,social problems, said "the curse of Canada Is indifter- OPENING Friday and Saturday February 27th and 28th L J. McLeay 3rd Ave. South The death is announced of John engineering firm of John Coates, founder and chairman of tha of Westminster., .For Sore Throat SOME iGOOD ADVICE BY A SPECIALIST. 'As there seems to be a deralc o'rHore Throats this winter, the 'ollowing valuable recipe will he wel- comed 'by -many; A soro throat is n dangerous complaint to trifle with, as tbo bronchial tubes lead directly tc tbo lungs'and the disease often travels along these tubes into the lungA ani( tnero -sets up nn inflamniation that in- variably results tn B serious hing trouble. At Iho firat sign of soreness in the lliroat or around Ihe tonsils you should secure from your cbcnitslj. 07. of Par i flint Strength) and afce this homo and add lo it U-plnL cf bot RTIC! 4 07. of moist sugar. Stir until dissolved. Take one lablc- apoonful four times a day. Tiila will give Instant relict and will usually cure the worst throat within 4f> hours, Thc heafSns and soothing qualities of foimufa aro unequalled, and ev- ery person suffering with a bad throat should give. Oils proscription, a trial. There is nothing boiler. ordering Pnrmlnt al- ivfiys airtcify that you want Uoulile your druggist 1ms it or ho fan gel it for you; if 'not. sejid lo the Inlcrnallonal Liboratortca, 71 SL Antotnn St.. Montreal, who make a L ol .VVealcj of Advt. Spring Millinery Opening WE TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THE FIRST VIEW OF OUR EARLY SPRING OPENING, SHOWING ALU THE LATEST PATTCJVJS, INCLUD- ING THE Gage Hat WE CORDIALLY IN- VITE At-L THE LA- DIES TO ATTEND. Friday and Saturday Feb. 27-28 817 Third Avenue Soulh Lethbridgt ;