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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, FEHRUARY 26, THE LETHBRlJKiE DAILY II E R A 1, D PAGE NINE MILADI Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 l.ft be sunset tints Tvill sue-n be in the ed on March 9tb, In connection with j the opening ol the new Too lite tlie flowers are laid then ,on The Flower Uuild will mate their the quiet breast. usual Meekly visit to tbc Ualt Los-. Crosse. [pilal at tlnct o'clock tomorrow at- 1 v Itercoon. i Might we not all resolve that everv we will do at least or.e act o[ The ladies ol Ihc Macleod Piesuy- kindness'; Let us write a letter in tcriul entertained the members ol the such terms, that the post will bring I'rcsbylrry to a supper bi-Iore the pleasure next day to some louse i public meeting, under their joint aus- mjkc a call Just to 1ft. a know ipices m Wednesday night. he been In our. hear.1 send, You are reminded of, the social to- gill on some one1' birthday. mairl-i night at the home of Mr. and ilrs. aif day, or 'any day we ca'n lar.-st. Huff, 1210 Sixth' A., X., giv- tu niake children 'glad with! en hy the Ladies' 'A id of the Chils- tliicgs, which they long !of and can- 1 tian church. A good program of niu- rol obtain. And "a thousand other sic., readings and games has pro- things, whirti we could do wilhfn a vital and refreshments will be serv- loar, il we. had erts to see and You are cordially invited. A all- Leart to Icel h'ad the will to laVe ver collection will hi- faten at' tl.e Ihe Ian Jiaclarfn. idoor. s j Hiss Gilmer lias taken a position at i The II. Jl. 3. annual meeting of (the Macleod Presbytery was held In (Knox church on Tuesday afternoon; Mr. Clarence Sherlock Is ill with [with fifty In attendance. After Iho in-aftack of' inflammatory rheunia- [opening exercises and Hiblo reading lism. ilir -Mre. William J'cClure. Mrs. A. G. Cameron took up Ihe constitution, eyplainlog many points which are of- ten niteur.deutood. Reports were then 'read of tile different auxiliaries, and they were -all most encouraging t I and show a dee.ier interest in the Miss blagburu, who lias been ill at work than heretofore. the Wimpole hospital, is entirely The officers, names were ter and is now ahlc be home again, j given in tils column on Saturday, .1 were all re-elecled. eicent the treas- The Daughters .and Maids ol lia, nllll Har. land. wilt hold a dance in the U.BS in ner place. hall on I Mrs. .McKmop gave an address ot :vitticunm lo the sister societies. She louched on the 'work along education nl, hospital and deaconess HneE Clarke and Co.'s store..' Sir. (Jrcokshanks and Mr. Dutneit, ol Uelleviie, will be jiiestB with Mn- ior'ar.d Mrs. Burnett lor tlic Masonic banquet tomorrow night. a Mr. Herbert Wodell, who has been visiting with friends in the city, re- turned So his home in Calgary this morning. Miss Ahlcn, who has been a guest Kith-Mrs. D. Hater, Sixth Ave., S., leaves tonight for her in North Dakota. Seventh since Christinas, spending the weft with friends Calgary. There are four homes In Vegrevflte i to CanartlanTre and Christianize the Rulheiiian children, and there are al EO homes at Eifton and Klhelbert Tim TV. H. M. S. maintains ten pllals aud the loggers' mission, wher1 j medical evangelists do a' great worl as 1 on the sea co'ast and also inlfind r i where the Inhabitants are Isolated. jg Mrs. Tooiubs of Jlaymond replied in I the greellngp, emphasizing the pur i pose of such gatherings, and Ihe Jut) ana iiririiege of attending such. Sh Miss Miller, wlio.hss been closed with nn appeal to he prayerfu cd vrith the local telephone office'for! and thankful, that might be en some time, leaves tonight lot Kam- thuned wilhth? Spirit, of Goa to, rres loops to spenil several months. Miss on. Mrs. Miller's health maies the cessary, and her many friends hope for her speedy and complete recovery. 'The ladies of.the cily will have an opportunity bl seeing the latest wold in Dame Fashion's decree- tomorrow, when millinery openings will he (he centre of-altraclion. Miss Johnston, Miss. Tilney; Miss Cameron ana the .Misses McLeay all have iheir spring creations ready lor display on Fri- day and the following days, when the process ol trying on will no prove very-alluring. Clubs and Societies Wesiey-Lidies' Aid met on ffsdjes- day aiternopn with a fine attendance. TU time'wai ipect in arruginj the ietallf. (or kot disntr, to he serv- CRUMPS, HEADACHE, BACKACHE, YwU to Lydi. E. VfceUble Compound. I wu tui4 wwlf ux! ray ho'jitwork wu ulcr, had erampf itf bid lint I ro'jM Iraj-ion rendered a vocal Eolo, -rhich WZ3 much enjoyed by all. "'Our Opportunity" 'Mrs. Smilh of Magrath read an. ex- cellent paper on "Our Opportunity." spoke of Canada's oppor- .unities SB a country of many na- :ions and peoples. If 70 do not make Canadians and Chriettans of them, they 'nitt.lrtaVe something-, of UG in Ihe very near future. God to His -gospel; through wen and especially, the', wo- mdn In the homei, where.tho children are Influenced. Pwhat the children I3-what'Ca'nada will be in the future. ,V: A. piar.o dviet by Mise Jlyrl Q'Ha gan and Dona Murrsy ,vaV very pleasing. On" Mrs. Btevlnion of 1'flsshurg gave a tlendld uaper on "Keep On Never Minding." She spoke ot the Import ince of choosing a vacation and over coming all In that lino, and of the value ol the married woman carrying on her worV happily, even against dIKtcirtlies, In order to b helpful. In church work there ar discouragements but, If we do wha Is right, no mm can Irliure us. W each have a siirt given us lo us do It as wo'll. as we can. Move mind the mlslnkea, the opposing In finances or seaming discords, and li the CompoEiir's own lime -wo shal all come lo Ihe (treat Amen. After the had bcwi laX-p.i the meelitip closed with, the doxolop nd prayer by Mrs. Biyan. ni Irf In lower part at and bcaibclie. Wy Abdonicn Mre wid I knoir I had or "Lydlt nim'i Ve BtooJ Purifier tfit 1 ittn't htvo those jnore Mid I ion all right row. Thtrt ut irrflt nujr women ntre wto yotir tmtiitt ud I CHAS. McKiSTfov, 1013 N. (Ill St. W., Cedar P.ipidi, Iowa. Womtn who are junVtof from lilitreMinf illl peculiar to their notlou tight of UieM faiU or doubt At ability of I.ydU ComBound to Oieir lienlth. Thera are probably hundrecVi tt thou- sands, perhaps millions of womea In th6 United fvave heen beneflted Vy thli famous remedy, irhlchwM produced from roots and herbs over 80 years afo by a froman to relieve wo- Board of Trade Arranging t Bring Delegat.-s from Cal- gary Couvenlion Lethbridge Citizens Cannot Afford To Overlook a Single Item in These Friday and Saturday Specials House Furnishing News More Axminster Rugs 150 of thriiv liar) to ttat quantity to al this unusually low they sell In tlie resubr way ni ,53.10, A splendid array of jialttrns beaulifu] colorings, too; size 27X54. All Q4 QR sue price. usl...........................9 I Pro Brussels Rugs values just Just eix ol these fro-Hrufeels Kuga, pure all Scotch lovely sliatks of green, lavender and French grtiy. Sizw O'xO', 9'xlO'C" and 9x12'. Val- ues nil to All ono vrlco 'CC 2R Tomorrow Pretty Window Shades Good tiualHy NS'indoiv Shades, yellow co'or only. Kith dainty 2" Insertion set in, mounleJ on 9Efk spring roller Compile with fixtures.. wWU Clearance Price on This Dinner Ware U'o are dealing out Uiis lino of Engltah Senli-Por- Ilidg'.var's well known make. Dalnly cnnvenlional design In and rea. Full piece Dinner Set. 50 piece' 8ct. .J7.95 These Specials in The Wine Department Guiness Stout, dozen GuineEs battling. .This extract combluea iu richly concentrated form the life sustain- ing iiroperlies of malt and hops, and 'is unsurpassed as tonic. The best brand imported. 'Per ftp ftft dozen Pints For the Smoker Hudson's Bay Co.'s famous land tlie best lOo cigar on the markci.' A smoke. Lay in a supply. Fri- day and Saturday, l-3rdoff G.B.D. and M.H.C. Trench Briar Pipes, silTer'raouht- ed. We hare the finest airay. of these veil fenown in Ihe rlty. AU Mako your Eelecfion from Frldiy at One-ThirdOess than regular price. 150 Stylish Dress Skirts to Hurry Out This Week End Just TOO ot tbeso handsome Dress Skirts lo go on sale tomorrow, garment -a smart spring model, well tailored throughout Thts" is tha best ehlrt bargain of tlie sc-aeon and should bring 'you'here bright and early to- morrow. The range Includes Fancy Tweeds in grey, fawn, and brown cultures, also plain, navy and brown Habit Clothe, French Serges and Lustres. Theso are all cut from newest textures and Jn wide- variety of draped, some wiih short slit. They are made by one oT this country's cleverest makers from ELort ends of class goods, lienco the low prices. anil small Women's put up tu two lots for quick clearance, Lot No. 1. values up to 86.00.. Lot No. 2, values up to 86.00.. House Dresses on Sale Tomorrow Yoti tan buy one of these dainty House Creeses to- morrow, cut in smart spring stylo, low neck, sleeves, from fine quality plain. Ptriped or cheched C 1 Gingham, values v.p to I I w Men's Furnishing News Men's Odd Pants Men's Smart and Pauls, hard wearifjg fibiics, i.cit designs, ('ut in nieiliism and full Kg 5tyV', alJe strans 3P4 loops, ar.d without All sizts. Rc-X'-lar up to f'ICO. "Ci QQ Kridiy and SaiurJay.....................? I >w3 Natty Negligee Shirts variety of smart utw XeftHgee yia plain colors neat flgnrcB. Some with soft roliar and cuffs to match, others with launder- QOn ?U Woiih up lo 51.75 Owv Your New Spring Hat Late arrivals in Men's Soft Hats, plain shades of 5W, hrown, slaie aad green In newest blocts. All sizes in thin range. Not cne worth Itss than J2.00. I'rice, VyW Half Hose 5 pairs Auolher shipment of these popular Half Hose for :n; heather-mixtures, puro of raendinp, it, price 3Dc pair. C 1 ......................9 iUrU rae_-. j each pair. pairs for Savings in the. Grocery Section Tomorrow-Read TWO LARGE CANS CLOVER LEAF SALMON ................f. TWO LARGE CANS HERRINGS IN TOMATOE'..............j. SIX CANS SELECTED SARDINES ONE POUND CODFISH PER POUND .........................4- CARDSTON CREAMERY BUTTER PER POUND ........t. 100 POUNDS GOOD SOUND POTATOES ...........i......... TWO PACKETS ROYAL CROWN SOAP ORANGES, LARGE AND JUICY PER DOZEN PLUMP, SOUND APPLES PER CASE..........'..................-, 100 POUND SACK OF OYSTEH SHELLS JankluV Slock and Po'jltry At- per packet, 25c, 50c Lice Killer and Ronp Her racket 25c and-----'.----............ 38c 29c 23c lOc 35c 42c 23c 50c -These .Shoe Specials Bluchers in Tan and Black--, Men's In' selected pllihlc Elk rmart stjle, 'comfortable last. In colors of tan and blaeV.. A good value at J3.60 per QQ Friday Bed Saturday These Smart Style Blucher Boots for Ladies, Just pair Ladies' -Box' Calf Bluchers, jsmart stylos, medium'heels. All sizes In this lot llegular values QC Wda'y Children's Box Calf Bluchers Boys' and Girls' Hox Calf pluthet IlooU. Smart and serviceable. Well sele'cte'd le.ilher.'alzes 8 to 10. nebular Friday and New, Shadow Lace'All: ..Overs and i'ioiiricihgs: Arriv.ed, Today You Will Find These Enticing Specials in the Dry Goods Department Kid Gloves to Hurry Out' at Cost Price and Less 100D pairs of theso Ladles' and Children's Kid Glom, Glace, Dogskin, Chamois and Undressed Kid.- 'The colors are vbite, natural, tan, bro'wu; aUo pairs Of bUc'X. Tim yuitis raugu ail the way from 75o- to per pair; one, two and three button styles. AJEO about 25 pairs Iti-but. ton Moaquetnires. A lucky purchase enables us lo offer you these nil at one price. Friday and Saturday, per pair........'... VWW SIX-INCH SILK TAFFETA RIBBONS PER YARD TWO TUBES COLGATE'S TOOTH OR COLD CREAM.................... 2 COLGATE'S SHAVING STICKS CREAM OR POWDER BOYS BUSTER BROWN BELTS...........; TWELVE HAIR NETS WITH ELASTIC 19c 25c 25c 13c 25c 22 PIECES OF TAPE 5 DOZEN DOME FASTENERS 5 SKEINS OR CARDS MENDING WOOL...... 7 BONE HAIR PINS PRICE............... BELDING FILO FLOSS IN FOR...... 36 in. Shantung Silk, 39c yard Tomorrow yards of -this heavy quality Shantung Silk, full 36 Inches wide. Tins an exceedingly good value al On Gale Friday and OQM per yard OwC Hair Switches 100 ol tbeee Hair Swltcbei, nil humtn balr, :S Inohea long; nil nslural Jiilr The regular value of is ij.00. 4 QA and Saturday .......................9 1 iVV Money-Saving Opportunities in the Small Wear Needs 15c 10q ........lOc 10c 25c This is The Last Week Of February White Wear Sale lurh a why don't you try it If want ttiittirrtlt 16 npetrilt rrti hi a I k ilrlrt "Seeing- the l.clhbridge. IrriSa'.cd District" will bo included in the pro- gram of the Infeinalional Irrigation I Congress which at Calgnry 'rest August, II the Invitation of the I.elhbrldge Urwrd ol Trade is ac- cepled by the lloatd ol Control. K. OowriRr, who was tnalrnmrn- in arranging the ilinor'aty the Canada here, last inlrodiKefl a reso- lution al the' coiuicil meeting ol ll.e of-trade-lodiv. ii'euu Uat tm Invitation be extended to all.ol ff.d olBcials, delegates ami Ilicir wives, to come to I.elhlmdge during one day tlie convention, in order that they might inspect the lest Irrigation area in Alberta. 1'resiitcnt Marnoch, who tms just returned-ifoin Calgary, re- ported that'Norman Hnnkin, perma- nent secretary ol llio Western Canada Irilgntion association, had promised his co-operation In bringing the. mat- ter lo {lie a'vicnttss c! tho 'o! Cor.trnl, his in bringing about Iho trip. The. Itinerary propos- ed la similar to that follower) List summer, and will include a luncheon at the Whitney farm. Mr. Marnoeh nlso Interviewed J. S. Dennis, assislant to the. president ot llie C.PiK., and Maisinllli, gcn- etiil manager ol the depariment 'ol N'aliiral nesoiirt'es, and sjccured Ihc promise ol liplh genticmerrHo pay'a visit to I.rthhrWgc in 'u- lio-e. wlica thu Jiud Cj P. U. will be outlined in so far as it concerns l.clhbrirtgc. It is understood that Ihe C. P. R. Intend lo settle as 3ET YOUR CANADIAN HOME FROM THE CANADIAN PACIFIC linmensa nrea of the most [erllle land In Western Canada for .gale at low prices, ranging from jll (o 130 per aero for.non-Irrigat- ed loniiB and }35 to; per'acre M Irrigated lands." Tcrme, one- twentieth down, balance in 19 an- nual for farm develofin-tnl up to also re- payable In 20 years. Interest at only C per ccnl. Tor full particulars apply to DEPARTMENT OF- NATURAL ,j RESOURCES, _.-. i Cftna'dian Paetfia..Railway, C'algary, Alberta, Qeri-" Supt ;.'-5i'-'" much ol their irrigation tjlocV east ol the city this year as possible, ar.d the sentifnent ol the- board ol trade points to a hearty co-operation ofilhathody in welcoming the settlers who are evpected in the Sfrir.S and summer. The meter question came in (or Us fair share ol discussion at the luncheon today, and a theory was advanced by 5lr. Downer, chairman c.l the commiuee on civic improvements, that the strain on the. pumping sta- tion rniiltj removed without the evjienditure of J37.000 il a separate pumping plant could he installed at the rear oi the old round house to supply Ihe C. I'. ;lt. .There. Is already direct pipe line. Installed, and fho cost of installing a pump would be jvcry moderate, he said. Other opin- 'Ions concerning the. question were 'propoxinded and thoroughly discussed. jMr. llowman maintained that sufTici- tul water. lot sustenance of lawns could be obtained during the .regular lours, on only three days, of the week, and. that a great dtsi'of ignor- ance on tbe-preparing ar.rt.culluM ol .awns prevailed In the ciiy. RECEIVES DEATH SENTENCE Halifax, Feb. Hayhes was senlenced at Sydney today lo oo hanged on May S. Hayncs-. when cd If he had anything to say, replied In a weak voice, "1 have nothing to say." At the fatal words were tpofc- en his eyes glittered for an Instant and lower lip tnllched, but apart from that he dirt noi show any signs of emotion. Mr. Madden announced he would make formal application for a Crown caso reserved. As llayncs 'TOS get- ting; Into a learn to bo driven lo the county Jail, ho waved his hand to the preasmcn and Ihoao standing near. LINOAN IN DIFFICULTIES Halifax, Veb. steam- er. Ungan, from St. John, N.B., tor IIoslou, reported ttO mllej south- east of Cape Cod being lowed to Boa- ton by. the. steamer Norft'enna, fiom Halifax to New YorK. Art Needlework and Embroidery Leisans amngcd chargti at MESSRS. UAWOEN IflOS. HULL BLOCK HOURS: 6 M15S E, W. F1LMER ;