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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY-, JUNE 4, 1914 LETHPRjrDflE DAILT MILADI Office 1224 assisted, Wprp ,a cpfelunic ot IjH'c and rt'hite xitine Palms aiul'tatas were ptyUy hi; decor- i Tho reception hold for the Woman's Auxiliary delegates yesterday after briiljri -where tlicj- Mill reside in fu Calgary Herald. Hostesses on Saturday TVIrs Gr W Robinson ind tho Miss cs Robinson: f MIS Bijcc I Sduirrters TIIIO ot Mrs Bptl oT thefcuestji t Colonel Saundeis. '01 Efhnoiiton of her daughter, "ilib K D John j Commissioner of public, works was Bon ippomted Honorary oruinisinf, secrc Pcnnj lallioi of is a guest with Ita I'culland I ml su> afe tht-'-Uarrackfi tirj for the west of tin U 1 I oy iilisfc Association 'of Canada, at u U I Lojalist luncheon m lorofito last week Mrs Chailes 1 upper erittEtimcd dc Hey H Elmer Green Ins uib vniailt, from 1428 Sixtb N to 189G jj at the ea hour Fifth Me lialf a block east of 0[ Mrs tho Fifth' Avenue Baptist church; Miss Vro'p'hiaii, of Lethuridge, inor William. iMrjs. at the pretty Free Press, Mrs 01 Tort (fi M. Black presided t a 111" Ontt'ard Hitilc class of Hi. An- drew's church held a delightful tjpcial last tilghi, whcirri large hum- ler present.- Tlit Mr. Kuwait, very efficiently presided over a Hue program of music anil recila- ,___ 'tion. contusion of-the pro- noon at" Bishop, s Court Caiman gram, dainty refreshments werosery- out, of the- most ami cd hy the ladies, delightful events of the Lvcrj Christian Rndeavor i fine meeting ui; Tuesday eyeii- ouo attending the a few tiivltcd KULSU ittcpted the lio9tcsB mutation uAl llw1 result tint wltli Aniil in charge. Miss the dccoi itcd rooms j gave the BiMc reading, ami were thionged Uirouglioiit the. tea splpndid papers were read by Miss hour Tpifics and Mr. Hartley. Addresses Mr I inkham Conned m also given by Mr. P. Hartley ntnon and bibn hpketl and Mr. Coqk, while a solo by Mr. m reteiuiif, hi Hartley: was_-apprecialedr J luklnn i tlimtj of. moiihsehiu Mis lljL of St. Paul's MuiLoll 01 Uthbndge ind ust Lutheran clmrch enjoyed a Airs of mlon tin behalf oi plcasant S0ciul c-v-ninir last night, the leltjnles pit entrd Hie hostess 1 nice was realized witi a fall m PI of pink fol u e library'funi! as well as a nil m- ghdolis pink ribbon r[ A recita-j In the tea room the table (jou jjiss Clara Biorkblade, a tractivcly arranged _ willi j0jin Anderson, a man-1 and poppies and presided, Mrs, hy Mr. Ucnmrd Guldseth Roper Hull; in blacK .satin. ,cliac-.'l and a song by tho ciioir were all incuse, ami lace .and.. Mrs.. George thoroughly Kark Grant made HID guest d't-Miss Ruth Press An impromptu tea .was; arranged H r aftemoon at tho tennis Mrs Harcy Gooderham enter timed courts on account of the holiday in rpent the afteir'' n AIiss of ac is a gUest at the tea Joneb in green crepe and Hen The guests in addition-to-the-dele- gates and their a- numbec of others, amoii'g'-ft'IiomMVas Rev. Canon of tfitH- Albei'tah, rs ariy courts OI1 o at a bribht luncheon j esterdaj at tho o[ Kln Country club in honor of Miss Vroo Ulto a --p inan of LUihbvdgc 1 he guests el e m la Penn inan of LUihbvdgc 1 he g Miss Vrooman Mibs Mnrjoric Oil mour, Miss Kate Ilal er Mibs alson, Miss r Der.holm Mrs Drnebti Hissctt Miss Winnipeg 1 ree Press m pla} leoll B The pupils d Air 0 F Urm b loom in rieetftood school jicritled at the nvu bottom clnp eroned A (times Mrs C R "ioims; invited in a few ljjd sports vere keenli jed as friends at the tea hour todav to meet was tlic dinner of goo I gt, 3Irs Bell of when the picnic Basict ere f opened Miss Margaret K Cunningham ar home irom Minneapolis this 'morning to spend her vicition with her and Airs P J Cun ningham, Hi Joth St south M Mrs. K. D. Johnson is" entertaining jtt the tea hour, on 1 rida) for mother, Mr- Bell of aritl ranks first in quality Sold by t rtiav Mrs. E. A. of a d-ltghtful tmmble tea in Lourtes> -to Mrs BeJl of MCIOLII is with Mrs Iv t) Johnson Mrs Jackson Mrs C R ind Mrs Is. 1) Johnson as sisted at the, -Only a few friends were bidden. The High school pupils-celebrated the 'King's birth (lay yesterday by -a paper chase and_picnic river bottom C ames and of all Kinds made the time pass, nght mer- rily and a sump'tuous "picnic supper ivas a fitting climax to a day of en- joyment. Mrs. former- ly c-f Seattle, who is-tlic-guest of Mrs J B Reuter, was the raison d etre of a .tea-hour .function, which claimed Mrs. 'Bpulfcpii as'hos- tess -yestccdayj The hostess, wove a pretiy embroi- deied lingerie goTi n while {lie honor. vore a modish frock of taupe de maize crepe.'de chene.-RIrs. C. :H. a'splemiid" accompanist. Inviting dain- ties served latpi in the evening, a happy time was ind iluogether spent. A quiefc wedding imm Thirteenth St. S., the home oM her report, In-which appeared the foi- l-he bride yesterday it two fiffceif m. Ion ing: Tuesday nioriiini; at the tenth annual meeting of tliu Calgary Dio- cesan Woman's Auxiliary, Mrs. Her- 'fiCrt Akitt, recording secretary, read afternoon, when' "Katb'a'r CaimtchiLl wab joined ;n marriage to Mr, WiUia.m. .MAPppoald Wright. Rev. A. G. Camecon ..per- formed the iittr ulnch a sumptuous luncheon -was. ser.vetl are now six life members of general board, of which Mrs. U ch'ell of Calvary, the latest member, and 29 life members of the diocesan board, the new ones being Mrs George Phillips of Kdson, Mrs. Mr. ami Mrs. Unjifc left on a Murull-Wright of Lethhridgc, and honeymoon trip to Banfi and 'upon llieir return will make their hume in city Clubs and Societies St. Andrew's Aid will "hold a Rummage Sale In the Miner's-hall on" lith. The Flower- Guild' witl- -visit -the Gait- hospital as- -usual' -at- 3- -o'clock- tomorrow. Garden'blossoms of any kind will be most gratefully -receiv- ed. The teachers of St. Paul's First Lutheran Sunuav school at Mis J. Melrose, Edmonton." Miss M. Travellers' 4id send io the following report for .the month oi May 103 trains were mot and 138 people as i ted, of whom wore young girls A little ,girl got on the'17.15 tram and was lost, not knowing which way to go to get to her home on Fourth Ave. atid no one to moat her. The .Travellers' Aid took the child to her home. woman came ia on the 17.15 train on her way to attend the fun- eral of'her son, who had been Skilled at Vulcan. The woman was too ill a u seven-thirty on Fnda> nigl.t and T to attend to aiiytliing'herself, so the in the city, came and took the woman to tlicfirgjin'ne foriihe night and then aCQfttnpa'nit d 'her on her journej next dai there will be .a rehearsal, at 8 o'clock Wesley Ladies'. Aid.-, held- a gqod- meeting yesterday, and ihe-ladies-de- cided to hold a strawberry and ica- cream social J. E.- LoverhtgV law (the old Mewburh IibW6 dn'Thlril Ave.) 'Tliiirsdaj ttj------------ was also decided, that 'the ladies'work" Montreal here, has been transferred to for a Rainbow fall CoUIngviood Ont 'HAT Mtdicme STILL with its- matchless savings, its unequalled economies, its 'sweeping reductions offer to the ke6n economical people savings so greatrvalues so good, prices so low that they create a selling sensation unequalled Come while the assortment is good. -Vl Ladies' Department SUITS at less than at "v U 'DRESSES at a Sweeping -Re- duction. WAISTS almost JWSIERY AND ;cheaper than elsewhere; NEW.-SUITS'a Off FURNlSHINGSgready reduc'd HATS 20 30 per cent off Famous Walk- Overs, America's Pride--- regularM: and Your: choice SpJUTHARD, BLOCK 512> THIRD AVE. SOUTH i Ending the week with a special ____...., sale on Friday and Saturday Phone 313 Wholesome Grocery Specials This Week-End-Read Phone 313 cans 3ie SMITH'S S t r a w b e r r y, Black Cur- rant and Plum o IKtnnd paila I wS CARDSTON CREAM- ERY BUTTER ejgfi 3 pounds MONK 'AND GLASS LARGER SIZED' OR- CUSTARD POWDER, ANGES Oft t pound sizes each If OR- WILTSKIRE ANGES" 2 for GOOD SIZED LEM- BACON, dozen for 28c Further Suggestions For The Home Beautiful JAP white and colors, suitable-for bedrooms, etc., up to JJKm yard. Per WATER for every day use, 50 rioze'ri to clear oiit, just' JAPANESE ive'a've; colors are in tan. green and. red. Size 36x ac lines 2 for These Three Specials MCI kid, in smart Mucher style; splendid for street wear 4 ftf All Regular S3 75 I LADIES' serviceable guq medium lieels, all. sizes fa Regul u 50 line MEN''S strong hanl wearingl calf.' A splendid working-shoe All sizes Regular U IJlg, Items On Sale Section 500 YARDS WHITE COTTON Pull '30' inches -wide in plain Irene effect, also all ,fj 1 white striped crepo. Friday Sat, yard I Ob" Qlt w 'UNBLEACHED 1000 yards In all, 39 inches ivide, splendid auallty, no dressing, suit- able 'for single sheeting, pillow cases, etc. Friday and Saturday per yard iROLLER 800 yards, in crasJi, 'Imcl: glass cloths and Terry Towellings, plain and fancy -borders. Friday aiid Q Saturday, per yard w w 100 dozen to clear out, full .blea'cbed'TbrrjV-w-ltli neat red borders ap .Friday and Saturday each SPONGE 400 of these, size !Sx22, for cleaning woodwork and general kitcu. 1 en purposes. Friday and Saturday V 2 V tINEN TOWELS Halt n huck towels warranted puro SO i Frid ly and Saturdaj Per- p'iiir....... Cw w ..HAIR 26 inches brown and black. QQ Friday and Saturday LADIES' or without sleeves, tight pr loose knees, Jace trimniedt knee. Fi-iday and Saturday.......... inches, wide, 2000 -Black, sky, poijenhagen. and navy 1 Q A blue. Fiiday and Saturday per jfard fcl VV COLGATE'S Cream, Sliaving Stick, Powder on Cream Friday, .and Saturday 2. for People's Forum ABOUT THE TAX SALE Editor: HerahV: City ot bethbridge vs. City of Lethbridge. The city will auction certain properties on July IS j next, for taxes by the city. There. must be.somo reason for such claw-post procedure. Ail appeal by the city against 'the' city to the District Court -judge for- stay of- sale on the ground 'of a slo'vvly passing financial stringency might he in order. Doubt- less tl'iero .woufd he many more ap- peals .when' tha. Saw court might by judicial' clemency become a court of justice pro tern. Turn this proposition around slowly and keep your steadily on it; is there, room for graft on the part of a purchaser of city property at tlils tax sale? K so, 1 won't go. Yours, etc., HO'BERT SA.GR :alr. At the same time.l MONTREAL VOTES Iiim out of his Chi her companion hurled a mucilage bot- tle at Iiis head. Tiie women then 'went to the'News Letter office, and made a simitar at; tack on -Mr. Anderson of that newspa- per. .He has since to bed and under surgical treatment. RELIEF EMPRESS SUFFERERS Montreal, One., June 2 City .Council. this afternoon voted towards a fund for tile the Empress of Ireland. 1ST ADO DIN'GMAN, WELL THOSE AWFUL SUFFS. Have the Te'nied'y to Put Belfast Editors Hors de Combat liclfnsti Ireland, June j suffragettes .todny assaulted the man- aging editors of Uwo' of the leading newsianars.of Uelfnstl..which had crit- icized tlic Two weil-dreased 'women, one or them n giantess, wont .to tho .Belfast Telegraph-of "were ushered In io tho editor's room. Without speak- ing walked np to Mn the nianiigliig editor, and with her clenched fist knocked tant Auction Sale ,AT THE iETHBRIDGE EXCHANGE ON Saturday Nextj Juhe 6th .'AT 2.30 PROMPT FRANK WAPPINGTON will sell by Public Auction and without' rescivc .in .is- Household Furniture and effects Mission Oak Dining Room Suites, Solid MiaSio'i! OtiU ;HocUcrs and Morris Chairs, Brass' Beds, Oak Settee, Magnificent Carpel 14x12, Gurncy-Oxfoi'd .Bjujge (nearly. sel Dayton Scales, 'CaslvlfcgisieiVand also a of unredeemed pledges including' Gents' Watches, Uinmond Ring, Ladies' Fur Coals, Terms CJash.. Auctioneer's Phones 1723 or 409 ;