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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUUDAY, JANUARY 31, 1'Jll THE LETHHltlUCi 1) A 1 h Y HERALD PACE NINE More Light, a Be IWjiimuui "New Type''' jfivinji; iliiily iii fllk-iiMi( nnil Inirn iu any position, pi'nvi'ii llioir or per oi' per down. w per dozen. or lO'.-i; off in :tud lO'i in two dozen lols. rhcnc or write us- We guarantee these Lamps for one frcm'date cf You tLunioi (juy Imcer lanijis a{ any tt'e dclix'pr Iu ;iny prm nt the nuiu-y rjn >oi! TVI'K." ROOM 1, KIRKHAM BLOCK PHONE 556 OR 1030 I Prepay Chargts on Out of Town Orders MILADI i Hixoii, of V.iil'- tin-cm. >lr, .SuUi-x .M.L'.lfo-l. i 15 tl.e in UiC ciU. d, ate spcriJ- ,nl, of eiu.is ilaMC last J'i-iiiiybll.er, I Hfi'k-fhd VUh Mrs. Oats at rfjufpau. sme.i Irifirs. Mis a Kfiie Vi'albei-, a ji.-elty picture! in pifik ctiilTon lu'.h ove er I pale Hue IU- tjuests. i eaj- to iiuu-h, :cv. C. K. 3 Bivieurr ll-.c i H'll A quiet wediliug v.as at [St. inansi- nt elr-vru MiuiiMJ, IK I tills by Hie C. llrv- ai.il an. ulit-u Mrs. -John l.i-itdi jtlie wile of Mr. Md'hrat. r- f- j brMe was attended by Mis.s Jau- tiii.-L-, ot let Maiw, ar.d Mr. fucbfimc Missions t.f jsupporlcJ tl.e Rtooia. ri-h, prc-afh in Mn JW'Uai ifsi'lc Mr. .MeNrii. ut CIO Xoutternth he Irll tcrnutin. Man. iSln, i Malsiui, of CV-'lt Ribbon .Mr nnd Mi3. -I. ILitcis. 120 Fu-jr- iEcnlfi St riiirrliiJiifJ Ciiuscn Frirnrli al on Krulaj' ek'- Bursts irnl vbisl was rn- io'.ftl. Mrs. Williaiiis Mr. Cull-us tlic troplili-i, wliUc the i-tui- went t" Mr. Hiirke. After a ihiinlv supppr liaJ brcn scivcd. a Htl'c lioy nas a bruhl fonduJiug tcaltirc. Z Mrs. T- A quiet wedding HJS nt ou aE- .li--s' Sel- joiiicd in Matiiaje tu .Mr. (-'fc-ittii Austin u! thu tatne IJulh liriilr and groom the Mr. anil Mrs. mil iat CoutU. Clubs and Hodelics interest' cratics in tl'.e big jtOLtctt, to be given by I be choir u' jthe Fjllh Daptisl di-jrcb cm ITuesday evening, :jrd. A sp fiitcrUiniiwnt is pzAvi COFFEE BAKING POWDER for Blue iil aivt-a.thcm. eatfely, ljon pioilucts anil sec inal yonp All Blue TliblKm, goods are guar- J[ otiiovwise you 'may "return L'oITccs and taking Powder ara on ifisrliet or (hey Le sold with EO strong 'a Asthrna Catarrh WEiOOPlKG COUCILS SPASMODIC O.QV? CO'JCHS COLDS the aiJ r r.iiMi. Crftclcse Is t.vjli; j to K ciuiiirca BOON -la fjf.titn ALL ORUCT3IST1. T'rr CRFSOLHKn M IEEPTIC' THROAT Co. OH, YOU SUFFRAGETTES! London. Jan. Kt. Her. Dr. Ingram. Ujsliop of London, investigated ihe suf- fragctic charges of cruelty-to women prisoners nnil Ucclnrts thuni" to be unt r UP. tomTlor jM'l htrcsliincnts' will be server first .time in l.cilihridge. lit-r sislrr. Miss ilracou dimming, with I Tlieic be special services in tue Anglican churches tomorrow. The Fcnjs aiiil in piotusirm I Ktv. T. Kees, ol Mirlie'.d, England, were pleasingly pretty in the draivitig v.ill'jiieacli in St. Aujuslin's chureli receptidn rooms. Mrs. K. K. i at U a.m., give an address to ir.cn in Skeitli invitcjl to tlic wheie Si. Cyprian's at 1.15 p.m. and preach Jhs. F. A. Stollze Mid Mrs. St. -Mary's at 7.31) p ni. CcuisiJer- McClcnaghari presided at the pretty fable interest attaches ilselt to Ito table, which was uniquely centred risit of this clergyman as he is with a miniature loiint.im and laVe, lilcr.il and a member ol the same or- surrounilcd with daffodils as Die Her. Paul Hnll, and greenery and resting in the .ellee- held the "Misswn" here in N'o- slow oi yellow shaded venlhcr, lights. Airs. Koland Craivfoni eul the ices, quatterlr'coinniunion and ileit assistants being Mrs. -Jl. 1'. servire'ol Wesley church n Juhnson anil Miss 1'oilger. te iicij iomorrow morning at eleven Little Annie Quayle, (rocked in preceded by the quarterly fcl- white arid pink ribhoas.-admHteJ meeting'at 10 o'clofk, to many callers. j which all are invited. A pre'-corrilnuniori ollering will be Ihe number ol one hun- (received lo recoup the loss pjid fitly, wlm ailcniM tlie ten-! nev. J. Hampton, a minister in lance in the S.O.E. ballon Fri- the-'llulueniari wbik ol.the -Vethoditt A1 in' the EdrooBtpn distritl ime ar.il personal effects were destroyed by ftre recently, leaving his and two small children and hint sell in need. "The eiening subject will be "God! Arithmetic11 preparatory to the. an nual missionary sermons Ihe becoming costume oi white "and black ISunilay by Ucv. f. K. Manning, o chifion over lilacl' satin, "ar.d Mrs. [Toronto, field secretary of Home Mis C. K. Young was gowncil in x charm- sjolis. Tne n-ji] give, special inn Sold tunic over pink silk. sic'at both services. nis ill day evening, ayuin proved the im- mense popularity of tl.csc Mrs. J. (i. Robertson, Mrs. Ci. W. Robinson and Jlrs. O. K. Young nere the three patronesses present. Mrs. Kobcttson was smartly goftii- in peach chidon over the same shade nf Kilk, Mrs. Robinson TVOIO a _ The music hy the Imperis! was splendid and cr.cores J very numerous. The -famous tango quite in evidence, being i fully exeeutcd he a number .ol tho ADDITIONAL CHURCH SERVICES present, "llnny new costumes I wrre noticed, which added not ti lit- (Ucv. A. G. Cameron. Public tie to the pretty effect. 11 a.m.-and V.30 p.m..Ilev. W. H. Muii-I suji'jjcr, ivhich was catered by caRler] ivli'i iireacli at both l.Mrs. .1. 11. Hifhanlson, wns especial- services. Morning subject, "A Xc-ily, fine, and altogether Ihc rtar.ce HOT ONE FOR GOMPERS -litdianaijolis, .Inn. was fi Ijiii fnroro in the Minors' ronveiitlori yesterday. when Duncan secrttarj- treasurer of Ihe Illinois miners. eharged Samuel prcs- iilent of tlie American Fcilern- lion of wlrh drunken- ncas nt tlie conventions at v both Alb n In and Soatllf. V Sleeted Source 'of Chrisiian Coitl- turte.1" Evening suhjCQt, Witnesses." Hoys' department of Sah- bath school at 2; oilier departments fit 3. ChtnesB class ;U I. Music for the y; 'iSoriii.ng-, anthem, "Jusl as I baritone solo, "Song of even- ing, "Tho Sun shall he no sop- rano solo, !The Penitent." Kverybudy mflOc welcome. WESrjBY. OIU'HOII Hov. G. IT. Cohblcdtck. paRlor; -reshleure, Kteventh street; 'phone, -illI. Fellosv- y nns of the mosl-rifiight- fill social affairs of (he season. Out of1 gursts present ivero Miss rcritiyfathcr, Ihe- Alissrs nivo'n and Mr. Sutton, of 3taclrod, aud Messrs. Urcli, Urmison and t'ulhbert, ol Monaccli. Tlic r.cxl of (he scries will be held n I-'chruary 20t'n, antl attcr the cess of last fur.ctionj it w waitcd. AFTER Come To The Bay JUST A FEW ITEMS for tonight's after-supper sale but they are of such exceptional value that it will mean a busy time at this store from 7.30 until 10 p.m. Quantities in some instances are limited, so be on hand early to make your selections. Children's Slips SIii'3 for llie little tJjrce or four yrars oi :igo. fitted Waists, deep lx-in, fiiiiahrj wuh tbree around bottom. A KOO'l valuta at 50 cents. Saturday nighl fur Soft Soled Si.fi b 32c ok'J S-ioes ur w-iiii viliUu nm value 7Su. Saturday sale tonight. 49c These Infant Gowns Just 59 cents Tonight Infanta Dainty White Go'.vog with lien :iud thren lucks av the bottom, Cut in Ions, liberty stvlc, trlmnicd wit-'i lave and Special price on Sherbet Glasses for Tonight Klieibot Glares In neat di'fiignSj pressed shifis, good