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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEtHSUAllY 28, 1911 .THE LBT-HUUIDBE DAILY HKRAI.D PAGE NINE NADfiUCO BOYALBOSE TALCUM POTOEU ITS ki itfrubiaf ti4ot cf roMitatle. ROK Povrtki i toil 25f. it yoir Wile lot fitt 195, C HE t. CO- MtMTAEAL. BARON DE heredi- tary buron cf ibo AuslrifU) Empire and one of the best known mon of the Bri- tish utlstocracjr, wjip often? to buy the Karl of Derby's Hooiin estate al iho Ea tier's ralifalloa of f7.DOfl.000. Phones Res. 1115 Office 1224 FEBRUARY Already HOW tMDwdryu appear: The flrct lule lilossoui Of'ihc imrippced year: As Floru'a by iriiijsfixins power, liadl clanged en icicle Into a flower. Its name mid hue the sceiittas planl retains. And.-winter lingers in its ii-y veins. Mr.i. Jfarhould. "A lentfv had' rather be deceived tlitm bft and ratLrr forego his own right than run I lie venture of doing a hard 111 I TliEs is the temper of til at charity, of 'which tlje apnMle says it never Call." I MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN Mlpp ING ALONG WITH A SOUND LIKE' SUCCESS 1 on Monday: Arlhnr 4 The busy, .Mrs. II. Lcary nas takcti to the (Jal j Hospital on Friday, to rfndereo'an op 'eratlon for I.undy uuaj WHiU- u-J" 111; v% t pKiideni ision the Seldom can ''V lur onr Ibe.buiWitif without rooms In the ing Jiini. Itcrc iviih HI l lias ford, ol ttie C. department ol natural resources, anJ inade" arrange- ments for Dennis and Mr. Xaisinith'to LethbriJge and Hoard oC 'i'radc and husiucss incn... On Tliuriiiaj- lie lunch- eon al- Hie XeUibridge hotel, and ia the uJtcrsocL--iield a conferccce with the iierghf 'rates and rmmn'E; ol tlic libaril-.fagcther with 'C: H. teprescntaiiycs-, when mailers of im- portance uexe discussed. On matters pertain- ing [o relations with the rural ilisttfcts; were lain) up, -Mr. ing him. there problem fchiclii has Ui do j development oE-the dis-; Mrs. Cninnbell. llk-l.-: The-pabi week especially .lias jbeen on a.short been a busy one for him..- Tinning. home Oa he vvfut ip gklgsry, r.oan. licte he.met Messrs, Xai-j switii, Hanklu, Sweating and Ituther- have its exercises c'ne week from today at O. K. hall, ar.J the event ts beir4 eagerly iiulclriat- cd by Barents and friends o! the pupils. The Daughters and Maids of Ens- land will not a dance io the S. O. E. lull on Kastcr Monday, as they ejected, as the hall -was previously engaged by this Maple Leaf club-lor that date. They will arrange for the. affair at a later date. Mrs. It. Moore [eft this noon for Penticion, where sue was yiiilms jn (hi? by Hit ..ll'fn'sa of- her Tfgatd. aitertitbn a matter plater. Mi-s IE a'nursu vllallW rcsi7-''at that'jioint. Richards'IB dents conidered where she carriea on-the AN AFTERNOON GOWN IN CACHE- -MIRE-DE.30IE. Made uf sapplilro bluo thts. dress opens over an' underskirt embroidered hi various colors; Ibe bodice, embroidered In the.same way, II outlined with fur. ----I iiciv, rtueju Eat; vaifieu is liVely ihe residents cf that part of dnticb of Ler iirofesiion for three, the cVy will shortly find telief.'fnr j-cara. one burden upon till-in. The me'mhtrsiiip campaign is PAINTER'S ESTATE Toronto, Feb. Morris, the distinguished painter, left S1S, of whlcb ivas from his lato father, Hon. ,Mei. Morris, former Lieutenant-Governor ct .Manitoba. AH ff the estate passes to his and sisters.1 -__ _--T_.v publish a u (lie membflts who nave already receiv ed their card.1? for S9U. ELDERLY GENTLEMAN WITHOUT SPECS GAVE FIRE LADDIES RUN THIS MORNING Number One- fire station equipment responded to a call Ibis morning shortly before noon, lint upon reach- ing the vicinity of tlic hov at- 13th street and 7th avenue, they discover- a pVer ed lliat it was all a hig joke, for an y SUPSI with Rev. and Mrs. fA; G. Cam- eron at the manse. V ft Despite the strong wind storm yes- terday, tho miliin'ery show rooms of Johnson. Miis t'arnerdn, .Miss Tilney and McLeay were throns- cfl .with women, alt anxious to see the spring di3piay of hats. Small hats are again in the lead, with bright colors very gooJ, especially fhe rose, purple, cerise and High mounts are in vogue, and are frc- queuUy tho direct .front of thd hat. sr uud Mr. Eioultoji, the conso- lations went to Mr- Holds and Mr, Fryer. V MiW Arr.oM. ind Mr. Ourdiner mucb uvi're- elalcd. After llie of a dc- uus uicu-ij a Uul" hoji tnjojed by tho gnesip. t Mrs. A. McGuire wat hostess ol a hridge lualince on Friday in cour- tesy to Mrs. DOSSP, v ho is staying with Mis. A. to in- troduce Mrs. (i. A. Wilson, a new- comer to I'hik and white carnations, and tulips were used with Ceasing cileti in the draw- ing rooms and dcii. P'ivc iahles were m play, Mrs. W, V. Hessey Minninp; lavnr and Mrs. V. A. Ktollzc the cuiihoiatirtn. A number of otU-r guests Uroppfd in ai the tea hour. the hostess j was absislnil by Mrs. H. 11. McCar, Miss Agnes C'llagan ai.d Miss Mar-j cclla J.affprly. I A y Many were the ei'jiressions of de- Rht and at Ihe success of the tea held by Mrs. McMillan at. her house in Ilardicvhle in of the! Aid of Trii.ity i-hurcb. About tv.enty ladies to the invi-j tatior.s, stated that the uiice! of admission was to !JP a gift ol ma-! terial or articles for the haraar ia; April, or a "nominal sum. Mrs. Me-! Millan was assisted by Mrs. Hal! aJi' Miss Currie. Dainty were Served and and games in-: dulged in. A very liappv time was' spent hy alt. Mrs. McMillan- is an f.irne.st hard jvorkcr in her office of president of the Ladies' Aid and has done much to make it s-jch a success. A vety pretty wed Jin B took place a't the home of'Mr. James Titmnpsoii, near Milk Hirer, on Keb- ruar> 25tli, when Miss Margaret Mc- Hssla Scott joined in nsoULuse to Mr.- Albrdice, jr., ot The ceremony was per-.- formed-by Rev. A. Milk Kivcn Mr. and rill mate Uieir future hocie ini'Letbbriiige. -Clubs and The Companions of the rarest Iield a .very delightful Tvhlst drive in St. parish hall on Friday- night, tables rcere made up, and J. LJ6yd tiic dis- cussion at Wesley 'Epworth League on Monday All are invited. The LetlibridgC" Ministerial associa- tion will mocMil KDOX church wlicil -llev. J. IJ.: Francis wilt read a paper. It is (hoped, eycry m'erhbcc be pieser.t. 'if 'choir "will give a ser- vice of song entitled .'JTJiE Life of: i Peter McKen7Je" .or.' Wednesday c-v-j lening in the This feature fro- jraisps to he ra.treat.and should .draw a. large ;'i'hc 0. P. C.iwill-moct on "Monday nffernoon nt tLrcc o'clock with Mrs. Kingston, 711 Twclllh St., A. All members arc Jo lie present. Art club .will meet on Monday-J aiternbon >trs. U. (i'orjlQTi, Aye., SALE THREE HOURS 7 to 1O TONIGHT These Ladies'and Children's Hosiery at22cpair, will be a strong feature of tonight's After Supper Sale Ladies' Hosiery, 22c V.> just opened up 500 pairs of fine quality PUIP 11 co] ite'.'.i Mack Cashmere Htof. This Is a. llr.s we im- H! specially 10 fell ai 35o pair. On tonigbt in slies, SU, y. 10; all cue prk'e, per pair.. UfcC Children's Hosiery, 22c Here is a Hue o.' Children's Ribbed Cashmere the popjiar "I.Stile Uaritag in colors cf red. pale blue. lac, cream, pluk and blacfc in 4 io Also a line of pure v.ool Cashmere lloee In black only, siree '1's io All one piJL-e inaigM .......f........... CCv Specials in Shoe Polish Black Liquid Polish, 2 for 2Sc 100 oi Ihle ''Matchless" Hread -Black Liquid Shoo 1'clirl] to on tonight. Es a splendid polish. Ilegular -or. Tonight 2 for............... fcOC This Line 5 for 25c Tu-o lines of Shoe Polish. "Just Ojt" IKI) "Cobra." In blaclt. antf tan Paste Palish. aro two veil known brands and sell iti tie regulnr way at IPe. Tonight 5 boxes for Table of Dainty Waists-Just 59c You uill fintl in ibe Heady to-Wear Section tonight a table of Toadies' White Waisls. They are In a variety of in hantifome eicbroidertfl Muelln fjingerle trimmed, witii Valenciennes Lace; others in white with sailor collars, of navy blue and Cadet blue. Also a Hue v.ith dainty striped collars. Tliere are values Jicre up to each. Ctc-arins tonight Bath Mats on Sale Tonight Mats sale lonislii In lile Haintj- small uesieus and blue and while also grefcn and VbUe. .-Tbesa ,iie aooil weisbt cotlou ami arc easily'waslicjiX Size, ff-I Tohlfet.... I I O Saturday Night Treats in Department Delicious Chocolalcs, pci1 Ib Large Juicy Oranges, Smart Spring Neckwear for Men Fonr-in-Haiid and Flowing End style NErckLws on sale tonight in the Men's Wear Deportment; Smart new colorings ia EujjEIsh and American, silks. Worth all tho way up to 75c. To- night 2 for twv Half Hose 6 pairs for Men's Half Hose in pure ivool Scotch. Finger- ing, smart heather mixed effects. Card of ing wool attached to each pair. are a good value at Tonight fr< ftft 3 I -1H i 'j pairs for........................-. ACTION AOAINST EX-CHIEF CARPENTER Ucltiirmton. Feb. against the clfy of Kdmonlon, David VV. Simp, son, formerly csplain of cllj- ro; llco force, anil es-chicl of rollcc Sllai; II. Cftrncntcr. will he started {n Ifio supremo civil court Friday whon Lewis Waller, In connection Tvllli the inurdfir of Jamna A. wjll ask. the rrmrl.fn pwpr'J the sum of CONNECT SWEDEN AND DENMARK Berlin, Germany, Feb. ing to tiic CoptnhaBfiti forrrspDiidnnl of .Uif. Berliner 7agcblstl, Swedish and Dnniali enRlneera entered Into negotiations with [he Swedish Sovernment for the of a Mihinarine tunnel Rrcetlrn anil TJie-limnel'vill besin noor and end at Mn'imo. A slnlion will be. provldcil haK-Tay on Itijiid of Sallholm. Tim roat of tlio enterprise is at aliout ccption committee is always on har.d to welcome strangers. i Wesley Mission Circle will mctt at- the. home nt Verlic McQueen, SOS Second Aye. S. on Jloralay after- noon at four-lateen. WINNIPEG WEATHER NOT QUITE PLEASANT elderly man who had lelt his spec- topics were made up, and sfhc AWg-Unies' class ol Wesley tacles al had made a mistake "jo.tavow were carried of! -by Mrs. I church, will mrct as 'three nod was tiling Io post a lelter in Eraerson, -Mrs. WiUiaw, Mr. Gardln- o'dovl; tomorrow aifernoon. A re- tho fire- hox. It was tho'first call the boys have had for some- time, and they did r.ot mind turning .out in the least, tor it was good practice and they all hail a godd laugh al the ex- pense ol ttc elderly gentleman. TRIED FOR LKSE MAJESTE Uerlln, fame- vlnt unusual trial for leee raajesle will come before the1 Mecklenburg courts shortly. Baron Ifenn.inE von Biicltfv, who is chamberlain to tho Grand Ducal court of Mecklenburg- Scnwfrln, will he charged liy Ihe public prosecutor "with "slni jinprinl- .lanjnajo regarding the .Grand Hiiir. owing to the latter's atrotig ad- vocacy of electoral and constitutional reforms iu Mcckleuburg. Ti-hlch still enjoya the feudal system of 1523. Winnipeg, Man., wlio weut home last night ankle deep la raud and'slusb, followinB a thirty- six hour thaw, made their down to town morning righting against a raging snow flora, backed br a Hitting north wind, and with tho tber- raomcler falHog to fifteen below zero. Condlliong are riiute (he most un- pleasant of. the present winter. Pios- pecls are for continnet] cold over tlm ivcek-cnd. Just nflcr noon ycsterdny tho thermometer alood foriy above zero, find a number of people had dis- carded their fura. ALL GO THE SAME WAY 'Standing over for decision bflns: "Which way is (rpm A REAL HERVE liliD We bilieve Olive Oi! Kmulsfon ia the best remedy mide for toning enridiing the blood, b-aildinj; up wasted tissues, renewing health, strer.gth and en- best mtdicaiie y oy can u se if y O'J are run-dowjij pad dc- bilitaledj no matter whal the cause. It doean't depend for iu good effect upon alcohol or htbit-fom.iRg drugs, because it contains none. Il may not make you feel better in a few hours, but it will tjiaVc you we are sure, just us as the tonic and food proneilimtcantaindlmvca chance to get into the and, through tlic .blood, into t Eie rest of t lie svite m. Pure Olive Oil and the Hypophos'phiUs rare Jong been endorsed by successful physi- ciacs.'but he-re, for the first time, comhiosd into one propara'icn whicn, as a nerve-food and a builder of strength and th, we tsHevc, h as no al. i, If you dcn't feel well, begin tilnng Rex- Olive Oil Emulsion today, and build your health anil strengthen your system against more Mtious ilfncM, To ccmvJss- cents, old people, puny children and all others who RTV weak, nm-down or ailing, t7C offer Recall OHye Oii ErnuliJon with our ptrsonal promise that, if it doosn't yn-r H'ell and strone again, it will cwt you nothing. Ir we'didn t have the utmost faith in it, we wouldn't. offer it with ihij fuarantce, nor even il (o you. WearoBure ityoa will recommend it to your friends, and lhanfc u a f o: having dcd it Io Sold only at the more than Rexnlj ftnd in this Invra tl.00. Illflnbptbam Co., BOER VETERAN CELEBRATtS So u Africsn Day Dinner at Port Arthur Graced fay Hte Presence Port Arthur, Feb. those who joined in with local veter- ans of the South African war In Paardehurg Day dinner last night, was S. C. Varoles, a Hoer, who wont through the campaign a gal tit iho UrUisb. He Is now an employee of the Canadian Northern Railway here, as well as helns member of the SCth Regiment. .D. Prescription IS Tbe Studard Skii '.I. ._. J. D. HIOIN'BOTHA'M c'o., LETH- BRIDGE. A WIDOW'S DRESS o( dull'ircpf Ue chine-trimmed with crepe vonshire Ihe chemisette and cuffs Rro of wiiHc the black tulle sleeves nro cri whiter "The newest phase of a widow's veil la aiiio shown. DID ENGLAND MAKE BLUNDER? Constitutionalists .Claim.- Should Have 'Been Xppe'afed to Direct' ioenles, Sonora. Kcb. sjland, desplfo its recognition of Huerta, should have made direct re- prescniatlon regarding Ihe death of William 3. Eontoa, r.t the hands of General Fra'nclico Villa, to Curranza, head of ..the CcnellUillonallit move- ment, Was the. position taken .today by tlibfc. In close touch General Carranza. .Tho ConBlllitllo'nallsl chief hlmselr maintained fllencc oil the sub- ject. Grandma Never Let Her Hair Get Gray Kept her Jocks youthful, glossy.jnd thick'with, corn'mcn 'garitn Sagg and Sulphur'.', When you-, darken your hair .with Sago. Tea and Sulphur 'no ono carl, telf, because it's done naturally, so evenly. Prepar- ing this uilitliru, though, nt home ia-muasr. find ".trouble- some. For 60 cells' you 'can buy at any drug store tio'ready to use tonic called "Wv'tth's Sago "and Sulphur .Hair Hem- edy." Tou Just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw, this .through 'your balr, UklBg one small strand at; a time. Uy morning all gray hair and, after another application or tvo, hnlr becomes beautifully' darkened, glossy and luiurlant Vou will also rilECOver dandruff is gone end h'ajr has stopped laYllnf. Oraj--faded hair, .though no disgrace, is a sign o( old tge, and as we, all desire, a youth- ful anrl iltrar.tlvo b'Jtt at once Wy-flh'.i Sift and Sulphur.. and loot years younger ;