Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1915 THE LE'ranSlDGK DAILY UK HALO PAG1! SEVEN 10 Ladies' lilncU Lisle Hose, worlli Ofln a JKlir Tonight Lmlius' Muslin Dravrors, embroidery QCp Jju SALE lU'iidy-lo-usi1 Pillow (-uses. While l.-isl, racli yards Heavy Towelling. Kt'gul .Yanl wide Ponguu I three hours onlv WHEN WE WILL SHOW THE NEW SPRING STYLE >ER SALE Gm'nUliliilioIlM :UT ex'li'mlcd i In Mr. ami Jlrs. .1. 11. Cuslicll, 'I'll llllli SI. mi lli5 liirlli in' ;i lyii ln.sl a very nrully i'd at n-si- j W. Victoria Lawn, .'ifi inches wide, clearing pieces, n yard SiJk alily. lla Mouse, Dre.sse.s, well riKidc, perJ'cot regular -f and 7 yards of our ToniHliI onlv 11 yards ol' (bruin's Prinls and some choice Gingham.-; for Hone Hair Pins on card, or FinesL Cashmere Mendin'' SUeins Safely Pins, Toilet Pins, Hair Pins, Safe- ly Pins, packages for............... 100 pairs Men's Heavy Drill Overalls, with bih, regi'hii1 for........... MIMI'S Excelda Kerchiefs; whik' lliey lust, oiidi aOI) Silk Mufflers, in all the hesl shades, up lo .'pi.75 foV, Tonighl.............. No Phone Order For These Goods I'eyard Lo war expenditures aid p coiiKbnted :o :i on the table of htnisn Lodny. I could not, in ui i Oj) December 'I, Audi tor-Gen era! j depart in en I. In ri-iurn Fraser wrote.-poinlmg nut l.hat U irifclil 10 nxueei llnu ill .been agreed lo iSKiiti a of credit! Militia and Defend' to the department ct militia and de-i'nor only ihe agrtvimui fence on condition that no payments I clal.s, lit at he wo-.-.iiI mace out of Uie crudit until Mic, approval of the jrovcrnor-in-rnun- cil was obtained for the jiurcliase. i Tlie auditor writes that un lo tho end of September fcr auto truck.4, mo- tors and motor there; had thu direclicny of r'arliimu-ni." No further subjc-cL is recorded. Hughea explains OUaiva, laid 011 the table of Di On ninhL uddhiK soli'iimi riiCT of i.'uiilH'illur and .Mrs. t1. 1 -Sioiidaiil, whi'n miLrrifd tu K. .J'uNI, oi Sail f'ilv. hridc imil lu-r well k in the town iind nuu'li inU-n-si taken in tin; I'.vi-nl. ilu- tial ccirniony licfon1 n nii of ivieiiils. Aitcr I IK- t-v en in i? a nvt-pl I over 100 bcini; r maniiiici: took place visti-nhiy nonu at. Knnx church A. II. Mdinoa ofliciiilins, of .Miss Maggie Ciirric and John Miil- llicw Ixnh of Coulhursl. The ronlriLi'.liiLi; parlies WCIT support- ed In- JciHina Arrrm uml Mr. Henry (Jaskell. Clubs and Societies All ladies and tfirls who intend to join UK; class in the V.M.C.A. please; send iu their and fee not later i thai) Tnrsday, -a.s-il is wished in1 art 'in evening if pos- sible. .Send Women's (.'ivir Club, (121 -Slh St. S. The Civii; Club wab ai ionic to i hi; .'ikatprs oi l.mhhridgc ast nishl, ;il Lho Auditorium Hink. niiisic'wns furnished bv the .Minister of lliiml untier lujidprship of Mr, -I. I carry out, T_ and thr ice was tin; birsl ct' his tjffj- j 0[ season. and i-uke wnrc respect .served anil the treasury of the club j was enrk'hnl hy UK- proceeds tlle ui Ilic evening. Join the Hi Congo and conic to the popular Hudson's Bay Store. The Spring Opening h.is made thi3 shopping place tha centre of public interest. Thr: novel feature of displaying Ladles' Heady-'o-Wear on living models haB auccc'Ea. Set the living moticls tonight. Following arc a few interesting for Tonlohl'a Saie; Saving in these .Men1.1-; JSEuchcrs .Mirii's Hox Calf Ijiiichi-ra In ui-al. huslii; ftQ ol' unr inosi models, Ludies' IHurJHTs in Tan Call lluotb for Indies; 'I'll" i.s S.V.d. "I'onlxl r'ti Windmr Kolkr. I'rice Calf :s HimliiT. htah lop 'ri Sa-c I'l i is.... 45c Kwls complete. Ksicir Moire I mtcrsKirls ('Jojirmti Tonight KU.--U. Nav. .lusi In a rrinrn sh Sam house that been paid out a half million, und for other items another half million. No j there 'were M2 moiur irnuks purchas- in council hficl been received l for the articles. eel for the Lirst, Cnuailian conlingcni. vvn: bought, from Since that time there were large ex-j Orainni .Motor Truck cosi 'penditures for which hfi had received j and 53240 each; 4ml frnm thp The Young -Men's liibk1 class of Wesley chiuuli meet on Sunday. at H o'clock, and a iull al- tcndance of members is particularly requested. A hearty invi'ta'ion Is extended to any men in the city. Jntpui.sting studies anil full and open discussion. vouchers. He nctlfied the illilltla department Lbat no further cheques j would be issued until the provisions of the act are compiled with. "I regret the necessity for this ac- tion." added the Auditor-General, "but C'o., Toronto, cos I SriOIfU and eanh; 25 Dominion .A'-itomobilL1 Toronto, manufacturc'd hy the Pner- Motor Co.. ac each; from the Itusael Motor Co., manufac- tured by Kelly Springfield .Motor C'o., GO 10 FIGHT 3Iacleod, Alta., Feb. (Special.) or better fighting men are not to be found In the British Empire than, in tha ranks of ihe Rcyal North- west Mounted Police. It is a -well- known fact Lhat practically to a man (tic riders of the plains liavy been anxious to get to ihe fighting line. Some were reservists in the British Army, and were permitted to join tlmir regiments. But two of the members of the Vn'- can detachment were so anxious to p be a part of Kitchener's Army that I ible Mere IMS been invented they actually deserted from police key ring thai separates Corporal Peters and Fasltett, 'who have heen missing" from their posts sincra February IS, have bueii heart! from. With two days start on the authorities, they crossed the line into the United Statea, and made for New York, from which port they now advise, they will be aiding Cor England, where they intend to en- list. They communicated with the police authorities, but as yet no word has been received, as to any probable action. By Ilieir action, these two men bnvc added another tradition to the large I have no other course open to me. I [costing cadi. supply 'with which the Mounted Police associated, It IB this fighting spir- it Ihnt has given tJie redcoats the re putation lliey have. It is tbic same spirit which is responsible for the ileiilh of two of Corporal Peters' bro- thers, killed. in acUou in France, and the loss of the limb of a third brother. The corporal is himself an old British .Army officer. So Lhat keys may be more access- a double Premier Denies Casualty List Ottawa, Ont, Feb. 26. Sir Robert Borden and General Snm Hughes uutliomatii'eJy denierf that any cas- unHy list of Canadians had been re- ceived by the Militia department, or that any intimation of any kind Dad been received that the Canadians nave heen in action. Cables arc being sent to find out the exact situation. Frantic wires have been received from all parts cE the country, asking for casualties. Members of the government say Was Decorating for Smoker to Soldier on Union Jack France the premier was notified that ihe (roojjs be given a month's service. groups. them into! training along the 'iines of couimuiii- uaticn before being placed under Age is no Bar to efficiency To a man increasing1 years bring decreased energy and impaired faculties. A Life company, however, gains strength with ex- perience, and should have increased its management is alert and its organization efficient and aggressive. The Canada Life in its 68th year is more keenly alive to its opportunities than ever before. Its management is.. constantly studying- to render increased service to the policyholders. As a result, thfe policies issued and paid for in 1914 were greater in number by several hundreds than those of 191-3. The amount of surplus earned, over was exceeded only once in the company's history. Other features of the year were equally satisfactory. HERBERT C. COX, President and General Manager. The full detailed report will gladly be sent to those desiring it. Wilson Skeith, Agents, Lethbridge, Alta. Fernic, Feb. The t town of Kennc was startled this af-.f lernoon when Ihe was passed j that they would he surprised if the' out from ViL-turia Hall that Mr. R. LlisnaLches that the Canadians are in i Ku.uling, station agent for the C.P. itition is true. When they went to K. hern since 1003, had died very i suddenly in tlte hall while engaged: with other mtmhers of a in tiecnratiny llun room far a smoker which liail hCL-n arranged' for the Fcr- uic membcrii of the third Overseas; contingent, who nre to leave .Sunday morning. Jleatiing has always been an ac- livc particjjtynL iij any matters of a public nature and in this particular; case his heart was wholly in his work, being a most enthusinsLic ac- An event of interest to mosi j will he tho lecture given by Hcv. Arthur Swayne in Si. Parish on Monday evening, March 8th- Swayne is widely j travelled, and bis lecture on some of ihe most greatly-loved hymns prom-1 iscs Lo be of great interest. It will OK illustrated by lanlcru slides and ihe ehoii will render the hymns as; he speaks on them, Following is the cast oi characters in "Afternoon Tea in Friendly -Vil- played so successfully by the Wesley Lartics' Aid members on Wed- nesday evening The cast was us follows Mrs. Dixon. Mrs. DcYere-Mrs. Sbouldice. Airs. Livingstone. Mrs. D. A. Smith. Jane Mrs. ICipp. Jlrs. Kress. Mrs Kaake. Mis. Kingston. Mrs. Hicks. M.rs. Daniel. Thomas' Virtue. Mrs. Jacks-Mrs. Fctterly. PHOTOGRAPHS Grandfather Kelly-Mr. Mitiord. Grandmother Mitiord. Joshua J-Iiggs and Sta- cey anil Mrs. Rivers. Arabella, my Doivseti. Mv Linguard. Mrs. Chnmllrr, Dorothea SLacei- BroLhct Jake's- Wife Mrs. Mcirs Oxl'onl Shiris Ox lord Shiris. English make. :il! sizfs. f'm hi f. .HiKi newly in........................... Men's Nielli (xowns Cotton All our nc-w CHILDREN'S LITTLE LING HOSIERY in ml. whiii'. tail and sky; sizv. I'er Pair LADIES' ITALIAN HOSIERY In bla-U only sizes lo 1U'. per jiair DAR- Hack. 4 io LADIES' COTTON COMBI- NATIONS, due Egyptian rqlton, slor.vclesK or shun 'V" iiL-fk, unidrelfH drawers, Iriiniiitf-d. all sinci Per Suit 25c Delicious Candy Treais on sule Touig'lit Only COWAN'S NUT MILK CHOC- OLATE BARS, regular price 7ft c. jjouDd. Tonislit Per Pound SPECIAL ASSORTMENT of Dfiliclouu Chocola.tes, -Caramels, TofTees and gular 40c pound; Tonlglii per pound WEBB'S CREAM' F L L E D CHOCOLATES, strawberry, "le- mon and vanilla flavor. Regu- lar -iOc pound; Tonight 'A pounds for 19c Fruit Special dozen for Paunp Apples; pounds for 25c Smoker's Special Unr entire aioek of 50c Briar on display in the Grocery Section is on sale To- night nl. each 35c Hudson's Bay Co. and Llie variety in stock is uniquely advertised. N'o butler way of seeing the rich and splendid selection the store car- ries displayed could have been devis- ed, lik ding ton'. Four Hicks, Tlio-s. Ulitford, Harvey Kingston, Lowell Cobbleriick. Ann Siiiilliers and son, Jor- mndam, or miss, will look- in these hats, .and dresses is faithfully mirrored in the models who wear them. The process o[ selection iii rendered admirably easy hy the procedure of the 'management of the store. A large space in the store is re- served for the c.xliihilion of these latest designs in spring millinery and modes. From the inanimate they are converted into the animate, by being worn by Llie models. The riudsons Hay store, supplies an excellent opportunity for ladies bo .SEC themselves io the best advantage ;is they would like others to sen Ihcm, in addition Lo availing them- selves 01 a pleasant hour in examin- ing articles arr always dear Lo the feminine heart. A visit to the Hudson's Bav under the circumstances Lor in all that lias pertained to ilie Allison and Frank wcliarc of llio nu'ii, who went to the will be well repaid. Jf ladies can induce moving pictures, bin in adopting its present plan the Hudson's Hay has gone one better. Millinery openings in all the millin- ery stores have been attracting the attention oi Lcthbridge 'ladies for yesterday and today, and the parlors of Miss Tilncy, the Miises McLeay, 3Iiss Cameron and Miss-Johnston are hives oi mdustry. nrighi; shades characterize the new head gear, and with a touch o( spring in the air, my lady's thoughts and fancies turn to the requirements of her new spring wardrobe. Instead o[ i-he sedate blade and white and dull tones' of the past season, the ladies will he wearing smart combinations of color, especially aoldier blue, 'pur- ple rost', military red and even the old oriental shades Sailors and Mowing veils, also the chin chin.sail- or, are veiy much in vogue.' Real Scotch capes linished in the fashion of .short streamers and little mounts front. Sinking into ;i cliair at the table upon Avluch ilecoraiionsi, among thesu Hie Union Juclc, were lying, Mr. I Heading was oliserveil to he sufieriny in some way, ami tvlion his head laiscd from thfi flag upon which it had sunk, it was found Lhat Mifc had suddcnJv '.led, Jcavifig blood slains up- un the Haii, ivhidi he so loved jn He had died from hemorrhage of the! have consented Lo repeal this pcr- braia, and so rpiict-ly and so sudden- j fnrnuncs some evening next, week, the ly that his companions were speech-1 proceeds to he gh'p-n to some charit- Icss for a short lime before the real nature of Lhc cnxe was comprehended. An old beau oi Gncas. J'KOGRAM Company. Daniel. Solo :md Chandler. and Mrs. Mitforri Johnson.. Company. It is'understood thai the ladies To see ourselves as others, see us" 311 ay he construed in various ways, Mr. Jveaclinp enmn to Ferine to fit! Ihc position in which death overtook him after twelve years of faithful scr- i c'oinplimeiitnry or otherwise. But, lice lo The corporation, in. 'as it is practical Iy exemplified at the M-hoso service lie had heen continuallv Hudson's nav slorr, il only' incc 1S83. His first poRition as agent was at Fort- whence he went Lo Calgary, and was transferred from there to Ferine. of one inlfirprelatuui, and thai cidedly I IIP coinpliir.L'iitary oneT dc- Thn movement there for inaugiiratii'iK the .sale of the latest spring millinery Had .Mr. Reading survived until ami modcs on tin- two opening days, nexl Jims lie ivmild hiivp reached Ins cesicrday and (odar. i.s an inuova- sixty-fifih itnle.sLone in the journey tion as far as Lcllib'ridKc is conci-rn- life when he had hoped to be re- advances the prestige of the lired, and was looking [orwnrd to Uie iocal blanch of the. Hudson's Bay limf whnn he could lay aside his ac- jnf0 jirogiessivc ant! melro- llvc life anil Lo Croydou. I2ng- polilan "lines. land, hi.f old home, to pass the win-, j.ive models, specially srlccLcd, arc I Icr of a long and useful lite. he Eeei, the daintiest; I Mr. Reading was a most public ami up-lo-Ialcst-fashion in hals, w'nlk- I spirited nud always Look a dresses, ailcrnuon costumes, and i lively interest in all that pertained rpnicclions in cvenini; Apparel. Lo the welfare of the town. larnc window has been artistically HP was president of the hoard of in-ranged into a Lea-room, and hnrn Irftrtc. piTsidcnt of the local Cnnacr- in drosses appropriate for vativc nssociation, a mcmlicr of tlm wore seen taking tea, Christ church and a leader of thej furnishing lo Lho feminine eye be popular for spring suits. The husbands Helium capes will he strong, with male friends t.o accompany them, imcklcs. The barnyard-------is very we should certainly advise them be- j attractive. The dressy hats in shep- ing so accompanied, for male criti-1 heudcss style are soft and quaint, cism be helpful in agreeing, or The Gage hals aie as usual very up- to-date. These 'fashions ace being disagreeing, as to the general appear- hats and costumes besLow, p.nd the opportunity is there ivithoul being rescued for an occasion loo late to be mciirtcd. Latest modes and fashions have been Eiccuslomcd to be displayed in shown at the local millinery stores. To keep cinder? and dust from 'en- tering car windows is Llie purpose of a recently patented device- Lhat catch- es and diverts them downward. Christ church and a leader of choir of Liu: church for Jiiany years, lie leaves a sorrowing widow and two daughters to mourn his sudden demise, Mrs. R. IJaros and Mrs. Fred Allen. The (ieath occurred aL thrce- fiftccn this afternoon and no particu- lars as Lo funeral arrangements have as yet been decided Lho feminine eye the means of .si'Rinc what it looks like to be cijuippcd with fashion's latest designs. Kroni our obsrrvation we can safely lhat tlie opin- ion will be Lo put it shortly "decid- edly chic.'1 In the intcriur ol the building the opportunity and will be IhivS evening, of seein.? living "asbion plates moving about the store A new cooldiig utelsil he, used on top of "a stove will serve as; with Iiats and costumes referred to. roaster, steamer, broiler m toaster, ItafeC are changed from tinio to time, LARK'S SOUPS TDMATD VEGETABLE TURTLE QX TAIL-SCOTCH BROTH PES-MULLIGATAWNY W.CL'ARK. Limited.