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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta "Wednesday, 25., 1011 THE LETHBKIDGJ? DAILY HERA ED Hudson's Bay Co. Special White Wear Sale From now until the end of the month we are making special offers in our White Wear Department. Below we give a few of the many lines we have to offer, you. The prices are low but the quality is None better. White Wear Ladles' Isiglit Dresses, made of naiu- sook. trimmed i'inc Swiss em- slip-over style. Reg. .Special, Ladies' Xighfc Dresses, made of .best English cotton, trimmed' cot-ion 'Torchon lace. Special..... r9pC Ladies'White 14 in. 'flounce. trimmed with' Normandy A7al. lace and iiiscrlioji.. Reg. Sale price Ladies' Yvliivc Skirts, flounce, 'Swiss' embroidery, un- def dust Special Corset.Covers, made of allover Reg. 95c. Special, Ladies Drawers: nrade of best English c'otton. hemstitched" ruffles. Eegular "50'c. Special..................... Ladies'' Drawers, made of best English coftoiL lace trimmed. Regular 65c. Special....................... Ladies' Jackets, trim- med with Swiss embroidery, fitted to. [lie waist line. Regular Spe.. C U l Fancy and Tailored Shirt Waists. Ladies' Royal Worcester Corsets, long with four and hose supporters. Sizes from 24- to 30., Reg. -Si.50 and Special per pair......... SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Visiting Days rile liostessos tomorrow.are; .Mrs. C. Jti. b-jn'man. MISS ilings. .Mrs. i miner aud -Mlfss i-'air. .Mrs. Koine will not receive tomor- row (Tiiursday.) Mrs. A. E. Humphries will not re- ceive'tomorrow. .Mrs. and -Miss Bennett. Elev- enth street (AshrneaU) will not re- ceive tomorrow Mrs. K. ii. Hill will not receive to morrow (.Thursday) but v.Mll receive on Friday afternoon instead. N .Mr. and .Mrs. G. .Mcth and Master Clifford left on the Klyer tliis morn- ing for '.Moose Jaw, Winnipeg, ljorr. Arthur ami Toronto, where they will visit friends. .Miss .Marguerite Richard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Richard..Sherbrcoke St., Montreal, to Mr. Lucien ad- vocate, of" Edmonton. V Mr. and Mrs. fieor'ge Smith; Toron- to, announce the engagement, of their daughter, Miss Florence, to Dr. A. M. Lloyd, ot Yellowgrass, Sask.' The mar- riage uikes place HL Bokon on icsday, January 2Gth. was so thoroughly enjoyc'U. thai lie was forced to give another, and was equally good, .Miss '.Mr. Lowe sang -Scotch songs very ceiHably, and j.Mlsg Gibson delighted the audience with a very clever paper! oji Burns. Miss Dieer gave some pleasing instrumental solos ami the orchestra rendered several ex- cellent, selection's at variou.; intervals. There was an abundance of Scottish refreshments, which were evidently much enjoyed. Altogether a very pleasant time was soent and the ladies had the pleasure of adding very con- siderably to their parsonage ing I'unil. Airs. Jones, Xinth St. (Coutts) was the hostess at _a delightful euchre party last night. Five tables were played and the favors were won' by .Mrs. Fowler and J. JJ. Router." v. Hoy and -Mrs. Little, received tho consolation prizes.. Mrs. vHotson and .11 rs. Koy.assisted -Mrs. Jones in sen- tug the dainty supper. Mr. and Mrs. ivicidrum and Hoison delighted tne company with several vocal num- bers. r CUPID'S COURT A cablegram this afternoon from London, England, says: .A-' brilliant function attended the nuptials of Count Jacques De Lcsseps, ji aud .Miss Grace .Mackenzie, of Toronto, this afternoon at Sr. Spanish Place, tiie chanel tacheil. U) .the Spanish embassy London. .Among .those present were Lord and Lady Slrathcoua, Sir Gilbert and Lady Parker, Admiral and several representatives ofj oltlcial Canadian life, and a uum'oer of people (iistingmshed in the social lUe ol! Paris and..Toronto, including relatives and intimate friends of both parties. Just before iwo o'clock oridegroom put. in an appearance but it some Uttl.-j time after the hour before.the'bride.appeared on the arm of her father, Sir Mac- had only arrive.-! the' vious day. The bride was attended j i it Large Surplus ant ue Increasing-Large Grant" for Schools Quebec, ,laji. the house yes- terday lion. Mr. .Mackenzie, provin- cial wasurvr, delivered the annual budget speech, which .was to with close aitfiuion. With a reduc- iioii of ihe provincial dcht to ilu> tent of tht' surplus of 1'JIO will bu- i'.faciicaJly ony million, the exact amount'hi'ing The to- tal, and tpiai Se.'HO.Sl'.l, mak- ing excess receipts over payments The .provincial treasurer e.stiiratcd The most delicious of- chocolate confections." stand -alone-in their smoothness, richness and unique flavor. insist on having COWAN'S. Name and design patented and registered. THE COWAN CO. '-J--. j'V FIFTH ACE BREAKS UP A' HOME Wife Began to Lose Re- specf for Man She Saw That Hand York. -Ian. Be- tUek the receipts Of the next fiscal year to Cause oC lUem meu iiavc oxcced those of '1910-11 by jjjvos. The" 'house was further informed of an] Tiuoiigh vheir evil influence. others educational grant "now i-earin million dollar mark, would by next year cxci'-rd if.; The granr for 1910-11 next- yt'ar it will be SI, Rcspcctiag improved high- ways -in Quebec i he increase in subsid- dirs for iliis pu- "pose amounts -Tlie .appropriation do'.vn for the abolition oi eatcs and loll bridges. ha.vp .been mud'.- outcasts from polite to CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. 'file nest danca given .by t'nc; "Don't j CHib" lie in the K. of P. bull lonicrrow sister Ethel .ami cousin Meag- Her. Tho britlc looked radiantly I nappy and was beautifully gowned, j'i Ue ceremony proceeded without a hitch, the efficient being Very Rev. Gilciea. .The wedding party 70C 35G '50C The vestry of SL. Cyprian's church will, meet u.i the home 31r. .Ariluir Hayr, Sixth street, this evening at a quaner to nine. a 4 The First Church or Christ (Scien- tist) will hold their testimouy'mcet- iuir. tonigtii (Wednesday) at eight o'clock, in the 'Royal Bank building, second storey. Laat night a meeting or the" Girls' iuVr.nd Club of St. And- rew's church met-iii the .McKay stre3t UapUst church. North Letiiftrlclso, and oraamzcil a Christ- ian Kndca.yof. Society. The followins ojtiicrs were elected: President. Gco .McKesn; vice-president, Mrs. urytlen: secretary, K. B. Johnston: treasurer. Miss Bessie Kerr. The so ciety will meet in the McKay' streei church every Tuesday evening a half past seven and the- invite al the young people of North to attend their meetings. The 'LsvJies' Aid or church had a good attendance at their Scotch evening entertainment, last night, ivnjch was held in the lecture room the church. liveryttiing Scotch. Sage's scotch reading and invited 'guests 'returned to Ciar- idse'r, a reception was neld.- .The couple received a stream of congfatulatorj" cablegrams trom Uauaila ,p.avts of the world. .Tliey will spend their honey- moon in Upper Egypt, GREAT FALLS OPENS ITS ARMS In Welcome to the Host of Visitors from --'Lethbridge Secretary ol the Board Trade, tliis morning received the fol- io telegram ivonv. Sccvclatv "'of .tie Great Falls Board of Commerce Reception committee ..Reception camnutter; will- -in-t'eVgucsiK .at train-with escort then to'hotel. After breakfast auto about town and inspect, smelters. Lunch with us at two in the aiter- poker On-still other occasion's (rarrj-oifes) where the fifth ace has been success- fully coacenlrti in coin sH'i'vc-.SY they have won fortunes. But whoever heard of 'them being llif primary cause of the'paning'el r man ami wife'.' Yet if .the Mrs. Laun Elizabeth Cogswcil is io be accepted t-hesc same live, pasteboards mark Ih chief cause of complaint of deser tion'aiiil cruelty-on file against Di Henry !lt Was a bark- 1902 It- 'was. a dark-'but.' not.'neccssaril IRUSTEESl CONVENTION president Criticises--: Provincial Education: ........Department We ski win, fifth annual-couycditoti. of ih.e-. school' V. trustees of Alberta mornitig in the Alexandra- school. Many from north were unable to be prcsenfir; the morning live trustees attended. In the ing address President H. of Innisfail, remarked thafc al feeling ot the not attention had, been by the .department- oi the rccoinmcndationii 'yassecl- t-.various conventions. Four .years siormy niRht o'f'lG02 -that 11 elapsed since' the Dr.'and Cogswell weitt a-policr k-ohimenae'ilrihe cmendriient io Ike ;act' regardfug collections'of taxes playin.e; in the 'bouse.of_Austia Hrcwer, an artist. Tiicrc were foiu' in tha Cogswells, Mrs.- Brewer, and Charles JMttlicinisf.. What the" ante was I r. v ment put into effect ago. Four TWILIGHT CHAT One society crm never do the work of two. The duty of a president who nas pledged herself by r.he r.ct of ac- cepting the presidency is to work and further the cause for which, her soci- ety stands. Perhaps one of the greatest sets oflmisdeamor on the part of a president is for her to in any way be- tray the'confidence placed in her by any.organization. The duty of a presi- Car Xo. L. lover berths ihe object of her so- Goodc, W. -Xi-wcombc, .J. incani an irreparable loss tp, The funds .at: the disposal tartment of. education had not-! been Y increased in proportion to the incveast' noUiiug to do it. Mrs.; Cogs- well exposed her husband..; "I stopped the game when I -found my hui.-jand hrid too many-cards in his she told Vreporter.. .revenue oi the uToo many echoed the had been.spent poricr. "Why' did you stop the. jperinient' farms-. Why, asked tiie-'chaff', A misdeal-is ho thing .move j jnarii wcrc funds not available foT-.llic than an c-siabiishnient of one experimental con -Her Respect Began to solidated :scliool dent is to ptu ciety first, ;uid her dignity lies in ber ability to rise above little things, to create a respect for her ideas ot" prin- ciple, and to gain the love of liev co- workers and Hie world at large. It .is well to remember the adage, One ihing- iu a time, and that done open house at'lhu Electric City club until eijtht and go with us io t'co "Soycn at theatre. Thtf follow ing is ihe list oi those going.on tiie excursion, ihi; cais .to which they have been ailot- trii) IF. J. U. E-iig- inbotliam, F'. E. Fisher, .W. Wing; J1Yes, but Dr.. had was (lie crushing reply. That- was the beginning t-he five The feature of tbs morning VessVoii was a discussion of the financial.' port and Hm secretary's report -Subf From thai lime on Mrs. Cpg.s well unit ted said she. began' to for.gary. jlu-r husband grow Irss di? hasn't anything like tiniT Irit for him at LOCAL BUDGET T. McKachcrn, K. A- C'unninghain. !T. 3Iwsrs of by. Dr." A. M. TiiP receipts for the -..year aniotiiiicd to 5287.15, made or the dues of Iasi> year from 'si.vj eity. districts, 2S town district, rif'ral districts and SiHO. Our of rura! districts were, represented a f districts'- 71' Pingle, of Jlcdicihc Hat Findlay, oi this y ear's ion, a Calgary and Macdonald, oi of about 50 per cent, fiom f ailing G.' Clarice. Ilotson, W. L- arc picked for t-ho two year term atteiidancr-.; This" was M. Freeman. Up- i per' berths DIAMOND CITY NEWS j gredy and intends opening it as n "Diamond City, Alia.. Jan. 1. A taurant and boardiaz house, company to he known as the Albcria Diamond City Xo. 71 1. 0. Turd ware Co., has bmi organized In F. bc-lu a vsieethsg Monday night; niamond City with a ray'Ual of huge number of names were stih-j oOD for the of carrying on ajinittcd for the Tailisition general hardwnrr business. Tcmpor-' oi these wiil take place at the next i G. R. ?.Tarnock, The News, A; i jdrews, K. X. Keeker. Drawing Is a "very good rule, as many can tell-H' Anderson, Donald Dull, Too many irons in the fire usually Home. suit in the neglecting of all. No Car Xo. berths man should try :o be the president of; half a Things for if she does shej will find thai. 5icr'work "is "unavailing and that she: been "spreading over many should have been given to the one. x. An- A. on the Aloerlii Pliarciiaccniii-a! ion, .V.-r-ssrs. of IK-PD; Graytion, of Alcnkman, of Avill for our year. in a rrpori of thr xu-ckly Red and three causes. The lack of interest- tiie stcretaries of rural boards, of-whom did not take the t-roubte serve jreud thr repocts or the 'the tiustces, failure 'of- the of aofcice HOMESTEADER WAS IPINGLE AND N TO DEATH Medicine Hal. -Ian. ary premises been secured and'.mating, which will be "Monday night. Io inr city the work of buying and placinp a l Mr. Mrs. T. X. Christie spent ;l Uvo u-jp to large and complete stock is well un- j Sundav witli their son in ,Icr way. It i! the hope oi the ,li-j Mrs." A. Scou is visiting in Lcth- wnern lhcy lhc rectors to be open for business by i bridge. March 1st, 1 R. Laugh ton left today for Calgary Sage returned on Monday from j on a business trip. a visit to Michigan. j At- a meeting Oi Diamond Camp J.. Mr, T, n-Arc I, Spcndhs ttalw. ot A.. -I. 1. Hw- friends in Lclhl.ridgr. cd to fill the chair oi thr. Ven. Con- John Thoiras has bought the build- jsisl. This order is ilourishing, and ing formerly owned by H. Me- i now has a membership of over tony. Quality Grocery I.GHT GOODS IGHT PKJCES IGJIT TREATMENT 'IGHT PLACE TO DEAL -ALL THE MAY BE HAD AT- Vanderburgh Teeple IdEAN 1NTHEEIGH E. Kasfon. irppcr hrrUus Sydney .Jncksrm, S. Rail, John Torrantr, j" T. R. Davidson.' i 'morn -L AV. McXicoI, C. R. Carl-! t-i Successors to Craddock PHON2 SIS. Vintr EUOCK. lie looking exceptionally well. the in that district not- being cx- On the way in .they were in Jormcri by Mr. .loc Kennedy that the had had hrcn banging over a about four miles from Ferris The theory is !hat maul was lost in the storm and wan. j ricring for hours cam." to thf fence! and was. in weakened to riisor.tar.glc from 'tbr wiro. Xo {o rssablisb ihc iflenli.v oi the unfor- tur.aip. hut A Policeman, who wss met at McCIain's rani-h has conr out 10 refine inquiries. Kdmontnn. Alt Visitots' A. Oliver and-son, 'oliii I.. .Astjuiih, H. Dobbin, C. B. Bowman, F. BcTiiloy. Upper "berth's A. K. Inr. Pat ion1.' I'.. C. T. Kil- H. G. Hohinson. Dw.viiip room': C. U.'K. Xourso, H. -I.-.II.. Skcith, .Mflgh -Donnan. There is sti'i room ior scvcra? nioro. trol'hy ai the provincial I The irain .Iravcs here at tri- I'inulc. of. Hat is; morrow- night. tilli! arnin.c.' for ilii- -some-.-' 5-.'jc, ciliirr HI] a in tiiriy and siavp i; be I: good j.'la a ibiv.'rp at'iri.' cvi-jiing, .so ihal v sftin lioriir iu a -M.- en" -Stirling, and others, who I hough dj 3 the ohjcc.'-.of the conversion 'could r.otfj ls j be realised hy methods-of force.-Thp.i Mivpons submitted to conimtt-; for consideration of the'p'oijitsTin- phasued in t'ae discusedtjn. The'triis- tecs spent half an-lioupin. tl class? of at- ihr In thr> any Uial a ihrain lions liicsr two pariy would lip for a day oi iH ihr. Hohf. Gill, manager ol' at JIM .mv been witli the business Iradcrs ot ''is successor at.- IR- Charles I in ihf cighls.. lie .is .also ir. the aighls in ;hr Consolation. Last nighl he was hruten a hard to reach iiie fours of the Grand Chal- "c-ngr, by Tarrar.i, Ui to 7. McLean. oi Maclend. is in the eights oi tbr bus was brntcn bv Rnss. of rracn thr rignis thr: above list, was uunie up lickets liftvo bren purchased and res-j rrvations made, by Mayor Adams. C. II. IVr. F. 0 loa and C. W. Cook. j Mayor tliis inorning purch-] ased'a lickri ar.d !a'..o in the! ns Trails io Great Consolaiion. Markets .'an. cipaned Vs, cJosert opened f-5os v.-heat. 1 Nor. .Nor. Nor. N'o. i Fl TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS nistujp ui tTMCril diofl Kansas Citj'. T. A. Rissseli. on behnlf of the SP.IEFS j F. M. .Morgou isas cloned K. C. Drury on be-half Tradc. David Orjihsm the a ss ihc rpsult o: .1 i j r ]X ri.'x.hush Coyic Gnidsboroug'n. of regret. of the of -T- K- have been j made xii over. Canada. Two special jc.irs or C. P. R. officials won: from ;n, Roof-vison. wnq was TO attend tho funeral o; Jho or tlic Dominion Grange, will dcbato JsrifT hc-forc an of farmers at Bwcnon.on Inn of tUe Union Hank of Hciifax. has. or. i ho hoard of Royal Ban'r. cr One late r'fiiof oi" dr-iii5.s vu loio fho reponi 1iu-.i Hank uf "1 offered a; g tlic reel' ;