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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 21, ii'll THE r.ETHBRIDOE DAILY H E R A I, JJ PAGE Whole Leaf Teas are worth 50% more than those of a broken and dusty character. ESS Teas are free of dust sweepings and broken leaves. Every infusion is clean, fragrant and delicious. Sealed lead packets sold in bulk. SSI Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 The practice of trying to mount a moving train cost many tnni and lejs and otUb costs lira. Don't Do It. good beaHh lor sonc h'.Ue time, and he has lie.-n granted Sr.ue "I a'sence hum his duties at Kr.ov ou'iT to Uj wbal a coiupK'te clirj v.'iil dn to benefit Us He ex- If vou th'tiV you've rcarh-d the end, to fce absent U.o or tlrre II yon rtoun and out, Ar.d it you wish your fares to rout, He the: i M. And iJisjsters o'er you icnd, He cherilul. H it swrns you've lost (he race, Acd you cannot keep the pace, Us ch'tilul. it sefrrs as black as night, i Seems as though tilings can't come right, Re rheerlul. Park it seems before the tr.orn, So even though you feel forlorn, He cheerful. aDd his n-.aiiy frVj.cJs line: re- ly hope lor his complete ar.d recovery. The whist drive I.eld Tu'sihy even- ins 'a St. Mary's parish hal! under the ausuices of lie I'oninan'ons ol tho .Foiest was a distinct success Fifteen tables were in play, the lav ors being won by Mrs. Krt-d Holniee Payne, ill. T. ArniM, Mr. Knowlden, and consolations awarded to Miss M Its Mr K. Uunk. A jolly little hop cor.cludet the evening's pltasute. To Cure Catarrhal Deafness and Head Noises Persona suffering from catairhal deafness and head noises will be glad to know that this tJistrecsids aflllc Hnn ran be successfully (.routed a( hoii-.G Iiy an internal ir.uJicliiQ Uiat in many Instances hns ellectei a com plcle euro after all has failed. Sufferers who cculd scarcely hear a wnich tick have ;jad their hearing res- to such on extent Omt the tick BORDEH SENT CABtE OF CON- DOLENCE FOR PEOPLE- FLAGS HALF-MASTED For ll.e morn 1> sure to break, Think o! all you've pit at slake. He cheerful. M. Campbell. e Hostesses tomorrow: Mrs. B. li. Hill. Mis. WilMain Henderson. Mrs. J. Wolfe, 1223 4th Avc., for the first time in Leth- aj0rned with shaded can'lles bridge anil yellow tulips, which were plpas- Ingly eftective. Mrs. F. A. Stollze, Mrs. N'ellie McClnnq. o! Winnipeg, (jack chifion over sat'n. and black Iwill lie a su'st with Mis. J. D. Ilig- piunied hat, anil Mrs. H. H. McCarty, "Inhotham wli'le the_ city. ;n wjne toqte to match.j tea and Mrs. A. R. McGnirc's home Fourth Are., "'as thronred during Tuesday's receiving hours, when the hostess was formally at hoir.e (or tho first time this Mrs. McGuire received her guests wearing a graceful of palest green eolienne over pint nlk. Tl.e dining room was elaborately Ottawa, Jail. cable or condo- lenco has been cent to the, relatives i of Lord Strathcor.a in London by Pre- rnler Bordea. Tho Cabinet Trill, thla I afternoon, mako arrangements to or a natch was plainly andiblo seven i have the Dominion properly repre- or eight inches a-.vay from either a( lho ,men} Ko vma bw Therefore. Jf you knovr someone >'8' heen regarding tha suggestion Ig made here, how- .__ who is troubled with head noises or or calarrhat deafness, cut cu' this formula and hand to them and you v-111 have been the means ol sav- ing some poor suffeior perhaps frcni.. total deafness. The prescription can should Sir Charles was I Rev u. Tconibs, of Ravmond, follows'-3' a 10mB aa 5 ffla e na I Canada's first Commissioner, be tho will preach in Knox church cexl Sun- 1 Cwiadlan. representative at day. At 111-, evening service Ihe regu- the honors at pouring C. l.atta. oi Cowley, and Mr. coffee. of fowler, are guests with The- vlards were served by Mrs. B. B. Hill, In HUP Bilk veiled in em- nr.t and lare tunic and to-jve with white feathpr and Miss Rirch, in a brown costume touched with >-lack and and white hat with fawn feathers. Inez, the daughter ol Uie hornc, in a pretty the rnany Mrs Mr. and Mrs. A.' Smith. Mrs. A. and Mis. J, A. LttHhcttrr, of Cnrrtslon, are among the to the convention. Mrs. H. 1.. Mason leaves toitay for otW.ridge, whfre she will atte: d the cr'msoa (rock, adroiilcd rangemenLi being mude In England oi womrn's inst't-ites on callers. behalf of the 0. I'. H.-Calgary News x Telegram. ever, that It would be most fitting J Take and add' U I "f Daughter of .Jair.s" It U pint of hot water) and 4 02. of The flay oh the Parliament build- selection oa that occasion. gd Is at half mast, for tha eacoad Urao wlUHn a -weeK, fee oo l bo the iuoial fjranulateil sugar; etlr until dls eoivcJ. Take ono tablespoonful four a day. TJic fiiit dose promptly ends the distressing head nolces, dullness thinking, etc., ivhila the hear- ing rapidly returns as the eyatem IF Invigorated by ttic ionic action of the treatment. Loss of smell arid mucus dropping In the buck of'the throat symptomi that saow the imjaeuco .of catarrhal poison, and which are quickly overcome hy this efTii'aefoua trcafinent. Nearly ninety ceut of all ear iroubloa arc nircot- ly caused by calarrh; Uierefore, there are but few jieople whose hearing can- not he revered by tbls simple homt> treatment Kvery person who IE troubled with head noises, calorrhe or catarrh In any form should thla prescription a trial. There IB nothing better. ordering Parmlnt al wave specify you want Double Strength; your druggist lifts It or h- can get.lt for you; If not, send 75r to tho IntornallDnnl Laboratory? 7 fit. .Antolno St., Montreal, P.Q., ziiako a It, advl. and also oa tio Wieau club and the Cltv hnM ,n tu, a Btmll gro-jp of men who sat with Lord Strathcooa when he was a private I member of tha Houso of. Common. These iudude Blr Wilfrid Laurior, D. Ilaien, and Hon. J, D. Reid. Tn cddltloa to the trlhutoa in the Com- mons by Premier Uorden and Sir Wil- frid TAurier this afternoon, there 'were Mrs. N'cv.'hall and Jfrs. Warte leave lotay' foi hcthlTidfic. They are pent the convcDlloii fielng held ia" that city, and ivill arldreas the institute on matters relating to the Consum- Tclegtam. Mr. A. IMiPeley, choir leader ol the ifth Avenue Haptist church, who is British Colum- gucst ol a fare- the congregation on Tursdaj- evening. An erroyable cTen'ng Miss of Calvary, who is a guest at Towrr, vras the raJson d' eire of a bright afiasr by her hostess, "Miss Edra Smith, Tuesday Eisht tables of five hundred were in, play, the trophies being won. by...iJir. ami Mrs. W. J. Armstrong. After a darniy meuu had been served, the guests enjoyed a lit- tle hop. Those Mr. and Mrs. son, Adcllna Henderson, Murray, Eck- ass-n and Messrs. Franklin. Hosen- roll, CVq, Felger, Thomp- son, nows'cy. Kilpatrirk, McArthur, Whitmorc, Rog- ers, Dr. AUt-n and Dr. Hoy. Cluhs and Societies Ttie net pro-ceds from the coltcc- in tion at the services during the week similar tributes In Senate by Sen- to rctirlnc; director.' Thc ntor Louffhecd, the government lead- er, who la related by nmiriago to the late High Commissioner; by Sir Gco. Rose, the Liberal leader, and by Sir lacKen rle who for m any years was associated with Lord la the Houso. wsentrrt by Mr. Jarris on o[ thc Her. A. CI. Cameron left this ai- tprnnon for Uarr'son Hot Springs, nhout sovrnty nitks from Vancouver. Mr. has not bwn in very LADIES TAKE music and gair.rs. a pleasing feature of prayer, over ar.d ahove helnp; the prrsrntation of a suit- amounted to fifteen dollars, wliich been hantUd OTCI to the Nursiag Mission. Tho .Ladies' Altar society ol St. Patrick's churcji uill give a card ial in the iv, of P. hall on Tuesday evening next, commencing at 8 p.m. i T I The Woman'b Auxiliary of St. Cy- Iprian's ch'.irfh will meet at to- morrow afterr.oon in the par'sh room. Important business will be dteemtcil, an'd all as well as others interested, arc cordially invited to be present. The New Stock of Lace Frillings and Pleated Lace s Have Just Arrived Prices 25c up to 65c per yard At THE MERCHANDISE included in Thursday's Specials are all seasonable and wanted lines, and in order to ensure a ready response we have entirely eliminated profits, and prices in most instances are but a portion of the actual cost to manufacture. Read the following items and be on hand to-morrow. Each item is worth coming after. Men's Wool Shirts on Sale Men's all wool shirts, cut good and rcomy wltli lam down collar and pocket The colum are, greeii, red and navy A very popular ihlrt for tlie out-doer man. Strea to Regular (2.CO; Tliurfcay Mid-Season Clearance of Children's Felt Boots Several lines of Children's Kelt Boots In this lot. Ono liDQ IB In One quality fclack Te't, leath- er foxed n-Jth heavy felt toles. Another ling IE In rod with high leg, heavy quality felt throughout Other Biylcs In tie lot. Values up to Sizes 10, 11. Thursday, per pair 99c 50c Buys One of These Ladies' Outing Caps Tomorrow Ona of this season's most popular Etylea In ladles' Outing Caps, made in Napoleon style and trimmed wiili neat braid and buttcna. Some ore In plain cardinal, navy and fawn, others in mixed efitectB. A splendid cap for skating aad all outdoor sports. Sold In the regular Pft_ .........ouc way at Thursday Ladies' and Misses' Smart Style Mufflers The popular flradlejr Muffler In ekjVChani. pagne and white colorings, made In smart fancy weave and celluloid dome fastener, fine qual- ity mercerized. This la a very snug titling and cosy that retails at 50c, In ladles' and misses' slzea. Thursday.......................... Another Popular Grocery Special ANOTHEp SHIPMENT OF ONTARIO 1On CHEEEE, to go on iilc Thursday par 1 3G m Curtain Scrims Four pieces of this Slieer Plain ScrSra, are in cream, ecru and Arab shades. Full 40 In. Tride. These make beautiful curLalm. Regular 40c aTid 45c Thursday you can buy these at per C Beautiful Mohair Hearth Rugs Just about a dozen of these Mohair Ruga to go on stle tomorrow. These are 18 x 35 laches, In rich heavy pile vroot mohair. Two colors, only, rose and black. Suitable (o> coor mala, hearth ruga or bedroom use. The rc-gular value ol these rugs IB {3.00. f4 CO Thursday, 9 Hudson's Bay Stores FARMERS Call nt the Heel Comer Store, 3rd Avenue South, and inspect the SOUVENIR CHINA Big Hnaps in oc, lOc, 15c, and 20c. Household Articles Auction Sale on Saturday Evening next nt 8 p. in. THE RED CORNER SIR D. C. CAMERON. o; Manitoba. dueled in the Miner's Hall m Tves- At the reeifal, to be given by Mrs.-day hy the Home. Mission- 'whicli should appeal to all readers, and no doubt a large audience will greet the gifted authoress, j v 1 was the splendid amount taken in at the Rummage Sale, con- t hc mH-weeK sernce St. Andrew's Christian Endeavor held a splendid meeting on Tuesday eveninz, ihirty-ttrre bcir.K in attend- ancc. Mr. Johnston look tho topic, .church (s "AniMtlous Kndcaiortrs" very aMy, while Miss Carson gave the reading. Short but interesting papers were with reference to tlie tfiCerent depirl- rtad by Miss CBTSOD and Bal- menls of the- church's activity. Last lantyne. i weeV the Uiblc school worlc was the "subject of study, and tonight younp The Young Ladies clnss of Lesley "people's work will be tbe tope. Mr. church met Tuesday e.venmg, and de- W- H. Cragg will apeilc on Placft nf Young People in thft I the and the Misses Diacr will give a duet- All young people as well as others interested are cordially invited. James F. McCulIough was confirm- ed by a recount of ballots as Reerr. of Wesley ol Cohourg, his majority being re- I each diwed from 19 to 16. hour. ALSO NEW SERGE DRESSES FOR LADIES AND MISSES Prices to Come in and look (hem over 'PSON CO., Ltd. 4th Ave. i-vv .fc" 4jfv 'it "W9 v' COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Blue Ribbon, tho narao tlsnlfloa all that It belt Alwiys ask for Bluo illbbon Coffee, Baking Powder, Slices, Jelly Powders and EilrocU. They will elvo perfect i i i i i PICTURES FROM SCENE OF FK3HTING IN Wfcy In wblch Moxlon rebels curled wounded ol leld >t OJlntgt, ;