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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TUuiNday, January 28..1913' �nfiri' ' ii in., Y'ti'l li it. ' Master .Reginald BlcArthur niade a* dear little door attendant. present term, while l.-omp. R IV Morden acted as marshal 1. After the business before the mining had been transacted a pleasant "time was spent at? cards. The favors were won by Mrs. E- Jackson and Mr. 1-1. Skinner, while the consolations v.-ere awarded Miss Arnold aml Mr. J. Unsworth. .* ��  The cahdy booth at the hubby su.iw, which'will be held at the Y.M.C.A. tonight and Friday and -Saturdav uv-enings, will no doubt prove most attractive. It .is daily decorated, and 'home mttde confections 61 all kinds will be on. sale. .  .Mrs. R.: E. Sherlopk and Miss ihw., den are in charge, while the issist-ants wi]{ be. Miss .Mary Simpson, Miss Muriel MacLeod, and Miss Until Freeman tonigtttMiss Margaret Mc-Kcuzic and Miss Lucy liawden tomorrow . night; Miss Phyllis lUgii'.-botliam, Miss Bltrriel .MacLeod and Miss Ruth Freeman on Saturday night. �' ''�' ."� �  The', Daughters "and Maids of i'.upland held one of the most successful meetings of the sdason in the S.O.I.;, hall last evening. / The ,main feature was the clccl'mi of officers, which resulted as follows : Past President-Mrs. J. W. Hart-; lett. ' President-Mrs. .C... West-ley. Vice-President-Mrs. Meredith. Secretary-Mrs. Viner. 'Treasurer--Mrs'. Dawson Chaplain-Mrs. Carr. First Committee Woman - Mrs. Wakeliu. Second Committee Woman - Mis;; Winnie Harrison. Third . Comimttee Woman - Mrs. Redmond.  � Fourth Committee Woman - Mr--. Armstrong. Inside Guard-Mrs. Holberton. At-the next ineeting, which will be held at" the end of ,Fcjjruary, the installation of officers will take place. The, Junior- Guild of St. Mary's church held a very,successful' bazaar in Unity hall yesterday afternoon. Home-made candies and fancy articles found a ready sale, and the serving or afternoon tea^nfOved a drawing card. 1 ' In the evening ' **Beauty and . the Beast" was splendidly put on by a number of the young girls,, who included Lily Webb, -Alberta Washbrook, Nellie Squires,' SarSW'Emerson, Edith Washbrobk, Nellie Diggory, Gertrude .77'Binning and VioleT'Webb. 1 .The doll drill and the May celebration were especially flue and received hearty applause. Mr. Collins made an efficient chairman. Mrs. Waishbrook,' Mrs. Saun-ders,~and Miss Wa^hnrook" are the coYninittee, to wlio'se efforts so much of the credit of the performance is due. Rev: C. I-L. Popham in a short address thanked all, who had assisted, and? particularly the Pioneer Lumber Co., who loaned the lumber for the platform. 0 cents. On OC** Friday and- Saturday per pair .____ wQC MOTOR VEILS 15 only lefc from January Sale and must be cleared before stock-taking. Out they go on Friday and Saturday ...........- HANDKERCHIEFS-HALF PRICE Ladies' Irish Linen Handkerchiefs made from beautifully' fine and sheer pure linen with those neat and popular tiny hems. Some have hand embroidered initials in corner. Regular price cents each. On Friday and Saturday ^JC-> TWO FOR............................ OwC MEN'S FLEECE UNDERWEAR lu extra hoavy quality with wool fleece liniiig. Dark grey and brown niotled. All sizes; .regular $1.50; on Friday and Saturday G 1 4 ft Per suit.......................... 9 I * I U BOYS' UNDERWEAR Broken lines in Boys' Scotch wool Underwear, not every size in every line, but every size is Ihere. Values up to 75 cents, . On Friday and Saturday, each --------...... 35c 30c MEN'S PANTS Men's Corduroy and Bedford Cord Pants made with side straps and Belt loops' and have cuff at bott6m; semi-peg styles. Golors -dark and gold brown and drab. :AH sizes; regular $!*.50 Friday and Saturday at per -,' ( pair.......................... CHILDREN'S COTTON DRAWERS Twenty five pairs of these Cambric Drawers, with hemstitched frill around knee that vye have/ been selling so fast at 10c. To be cleared JBii' on Friday and Saturday at............ 5c ODDMENTS IN WOOL GOODS Infants Wool Jackets and Crochet Wool Over-ails, worth from 60c to 85c. To be cleared at ........................... 35c WHITE WEAR ODDMENTS Small sizes in Children's Dresses, Ladies' Drawers, Princess Slips, Muslin Aprons, etc., wortli from $1.00 to $2.50. 75C LADIES' APRONS White Muslin Tea Am-ons, trimmed with fine French Val. Lace and Insertions, also a few-more of those large and roomy print large work aprons; to be-cleared at 25c LINGERIE AND SILK BLOUSES A few oddments only, in Ladies' Taffeta and Silk Crepe De Gheiie Blouses, also Ladies' White Lingerie Blouses, regular prices all the way from $2.50 to $6.00. All to go at each S1.50 $3.50 WINTER CAPS Jien'6 fine qualities in tweed and worsted caps, in-dark and light patterns, with fur or Arctic Knit pull-down ear bands. All sizes; regular ?1.00, ?1.2o and 51.50. All on . fiftf* Friday and Saturday at each ....-----. OQC > GIRL'S FELT BOOTS N Girls' High cut Felt Boot, tan leather goloshed, with leather color felt soles, in sizes 8 to 10. Also a limited quantity, only in Red and Black. Regular S1.75 and $2.00 values. On Friday and Saturday, per pair .. ... BOYS' PELT BOOTS Some with leather foxinga and all felt soleW These are a.few left over from sale, were $2.50 lines. On Friday and Saturday for'...............x.____......... $1.25 CHILD'S FELT BOOTS In brown, red and black, all sizes from 1 On Friday and Saturday, pe,r pair .:.,........ .........----____ $1.25 1 to 5. 25c BUY GROCERIES WHILE YOU CAN AT THESE � PRICES QA"8T0K* MONAC'S FRENCH CAPERS Regular up to 25c for ....... HORSE RADISH . , Pec pottle ............... Crosae & Blackwell's ASSORTED JAMS . in 2lb jars, reg 40c; for............... BROOK'S "MONKEY BRAND" SOAP - 12 bars for.....................'.----- LIBBY'S CHILI SAUCE / Per bottle........................... BLACK WATCH CHEWING TOBACCO .', Per plug j.......................... HORSE SHOE TOBACCO Per packet .... .^r.. ... ... .____ PIE PEACHES, . . . Per gallon tin.................----- CALIFORNIA PRUNES 3tbs for 25c.; per box..... WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR Per 8fb sack..................... MONK & GLASS, JELLY POWDERS 4-tor........................ FLOOR RUGS Brussels Rugs in sizes 9 x 9 to 9 x. 12 that were formerly up to $25.00, selling at............. Wilton Rugs hi S'3" x 10'6" to 9 x ,12 ft. tii'at were formerly up to $40.00; � Now..... ...^............... 15c 5c 30c 25c 15c � 5c 25c 35c $1.75 25c $12.95 ) x ,12 It. tii'at $24.95 MEAT PLATTEBS Still a feiw of thoge extra large size Me^t Platters in semi-porcelain, that were fornxerjyup to 90 cents each;- Now selling for,  : 'VORh each ............ ..*............. 6vv clubs AND societies I The Literary club wilt meet tomorrow afternoon with. Mrs. C. G, K, Nourse, , I ... ! The Jrlower. Guild .will-visit' % the' Gait hospital as usual at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.; , l j * s .� - . \ - -.; - ' | - Tlio MatUesis club; held a pleasant' ' and profitable meeting yesterday al- 7. Burleigh had married Stella Lillian Gilbert in Calgary, early In the summer. Burleigh was committed to the Central Prison because he .began a get-rich-quick scheme'in Calgary. . He was selling Calgary. lots, which he did not own, to widows, farmers and others,'not skilled in western conditions, andfstill had two months of his term to serve,,when the Toronto'ivi-fe,;complained to the Morality department, .'This.persoui" said,Crown Attorney Hughes', "is dangerous, mentally, com-:#c!�l m*Kf_i^01i^,l.0A??u5lV mercially and morally.. I do not think tliere is any good in him. He tricks people commercially to get the means to trick them morally. I think he should be. p.ut away for a long time." The magistrate agreed to the extent of three years in prison. -; , Burleigh smiled grimly, and had but opei-comment: :  "1 guess Wednesday is my hoodoo daj-. peteoUvc Miller arrested me on a Wednesday. I was sentenced on a Wednesday. My time was up on Wed- r..............v. ^ add the Sugar Syrup. It keeps perfectly. terpoon at the home bMwrs. I, J^oop- tteee "ho�rrP��n(Ul eVery T� �V er. Mrs. Frank Av. Qtoltze dtreo(;ecl ' pine" is'one of the oldest ana . best- ....... � known remedial agents for the throat membrane?, Pine* to - the njost,-valuable ooiioentrs-tpa eompound of. Jwfcway.. white jilrie' extract; and isirloh ln'pulalc'olVn'd all ts� other natural heaiine elementsi; � Otjjei' preparations wJJI.not wijrk in.'his formula. '� ; '.. s;:.,' "' ��� The":pr9mpt results from  this recipe have endeared Jt to thousands of housewives in'the United States: and Canada,? which explains why Jhe Plan Jios been imitated 'often, but haver successfully.; ' ,;. ; --, A- guaranty of absolute satisfactteii, or; 'mQH^r'pro>npt1y''r^fun'de(r;''BTO^^Uh''-'t)ii"' recipe'. Your drugRlst has Plriex, or will jset Ufpr you. if not, send t6 ThePlnex TorontOj Ont, - - . ^ ( syrup-enough to last a family a'Ions 'time. . You couldn't' buy- as much! or' as iropd couffh eyrup for ?2.'50. '.--'.-��->-:�::�'. Simple as it Is, it elves WrnOst'lnstgnt relief and -usually stops tlip-mpst obstinate -couffh in 2i hours. Tljjs'Js partly-due to the fact that it is slightly .j^xatlvp; stimulates the appetite and,lids an'excellent tonio effect, it is pleasant to take- phjiaren lllte it. An .excellent... Remedy, tog,- for whooping cough,'croup, sore lungs,.asthma, throat troubles, etc. Mix two cups of granulateOrsugar. with one cup, of 'warm water and' stir .for two imputes/,,Put-3% ounces of.PJnex (fifty i . _ v a , ., ... CB^te', worth), in a'le-puncejihottle. an* I nesday;! was married both times on sir Wilfrid wants to know .. Ottawa, Jan. 22.-Sir. Wilfrid Laur-ier hag given notice that he.will move for all petitions addressed to the gov-erijment,,. askjhg for a remission and the adjustment of the duty on cement, also for all (letters to the minister in-diyidually. Sir Wilfrid also proposes to move for a copy'oT a.11 applications made 'by the G. P. R. for authority'to mate a new- issue.of stock. . " ' -i . The wonderful era of prosperity that. is now being enjoyed Jn Canada is oxj' the report of-the '^SAk--: ADA" Tea Co., whioh states; that dur-i ing the year just ended, there-were-1,223,487 pounds-more "SALAPA^ tea sold than Iu 1911. This !NC,RrApK. wqu)d supply every household In tiho: Dominion with one pound of teai" * , the route blocked , Vancouver, B.C., 'Jan. 32.-Chas. Dean, the. alleged, robber ofja, auarjer of\fr'..?^U^n�4elU>i^1frpv�>>t't(e BajB^.'bi: Montreal, 'at New1;Westhiihster, fail-: eoV "to oh|aln his freedom by the habeas corpua route. �.*�'( : the study of ping .Lear. The subject of the much neetlCll 'public. library agalu came up tor ; discussion; Tho ladies aro very entlmsed with the urgent need of action; along that Hue The Companions;ot ,tUo Forest held an Important meeting'on.Tuesday evening,' when the ihstalla'tioii. of of-.ficers took pl^ce ....,� ' V , V. M> -Wf--KniSwIdsn- *6i'' Couni *Uilitj'4 iustnlled the qijlcers- lor  the Wednesdays, and here it is Wednesday again." princes want "rar8ifau" Berlin, Jan.'-SS.-Crown Brlnce'-Fred eritk William " ers of; a petltlo rented to th'e Relcll enactmeu� of & special law-. to extend the copyright of RicluYdWagner,'B op-era; "Parslfalj" !whle\ expires thia' year.- Tho*Crown -Pridve"is^the' first on the list and-/tho ImV>e,rial princes follow.  :\. , ^ "You Are Looking OWer Than When I Saw You Last" Have You Eveif HSfl}i^ Said of you Because v of (^i^y^aiifr it is moat^ewb'a-r^sil'gi^^ friend rtJ^l^^ffli^^aV^ri^bplWM older.'.- "".';,'!' .'.,,' > '  �. pie msy tell you go.vbut tl|sy"are:;8ay- l�g' to" thamaelvos:;\^AJWlhtttv-av,pity. .%Heads the list of sign-"' She.itt not'oldn'�*AncI.she use"d''tb-have on>hich has. been,lire- B^UTIFUL---b4lf.''- ttte fiftidi,.' Ti*.i* .1ia '^h�vo is one ctuiclc absolutely sure, tag askint tm tne pasy Wfty Qf m Qt faded hair-*sl^|B?uie'Mi^B*R^IR' HEALTH.' :}imst. ^0$>,: >.' ^si^k^ V, .-:.- B'ensjt by th 'e^perieniJlBV of -thousands of other's, >hoare using feY'i3 HAIR HEALTH. It. brings back^'the flue, glossy brilliant coloj-s of your hair-rrestores t|he4,grey l^Birs to their � natural color immediately, and keeps the e�jalp'free from dandruff. Pruggjsta the,world ^>ver fonye h^eu interested Hn.'tha nHmber of'^omeu whq voluntarily reopmmend, ^IA^"B , HAIR HEALTH. It is not tmugujil for-  them to >miy:^-f'l,^nt,.to,'t�iJJ<,, others dboHt it. IVe perfectly ?plw , .did;"  Try ft 'y�uy��lft; today. Wllp bo aurpr'ised- how quiokly tha/gfey i 'hairs disappear. . ' TCfe-E'TRt. Sign-- thhs*-aflw., ,laKe ; XM\f*n. it to'aqy,,ofrth,e follov | ipg druggists, and gat a ,6.Q.q*9i3e ppi-tie of HALF'S 14AIB HEALTH' ana* 1 cake of HARFINA SOAP TRBEl,,, fpL 50c; or a $1.00 �l*'e bottljB.'. of, HAT]3 , HAIR Hbal'i'H and 2 cajca's 6f i\Ah FIN A SOAP FRTJE 'or ?l 00 JTor sale and vecommendedl a by tho Red Cross Drug and Book Co.4 LimltyU| "w^  ft ( , ^ ' Hi ;