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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta T H E / X ETH B RTP GE "1> AIL Y H A L P THE LAST DAYi Friday and Saturday tke Last Days of tlie Standard Furniture , Go.'s Great Sale Today & Saturday Everything in tii^ store' atf #E6lesaJle, cost .aiid a . great many otlier. articles at less. ^ ; � - SATURDAY SPECIAL J \.Bed Mattress and Spring for $13.50 ^*old regularly for $18.50. , !Chis''  � . ,. . , > Mrs. C. W. Manson, 283- Seventh Ave. A., S., who represents two weeks ' of the calendar � teas in conneoUpn with Knox Ladies' Aid, is etnertaln-Ing informally this afternoon. .The time la to be spent with'thimbjes, and a'pleasttnt social hour wlll.'b6-eni fo/ed 'over tea  cups; Those bidden are Mesdames J. G. Robertsonj- {pnd*8,ervlnj^ m,�ny exqilW-^are stamped- br^pd^s knowii'BS.' ' tffat.Wean" theiieaTjest -plate. ^Satia-'guaranteed. Jteadlng Deal The - local 1nun|pip4l'5!rturser!os have treesi "slinibs "ana other>plants" ready to transplant this(--sl)rlnf5 'that^ would cost $6000- to btJy. ' The'^ trees have been growh from seedlings: supplied by the C'0aldale-a88S ^, ' Going to._Hamllton'if''%''''V * ""H. Slmmonds of' tU? sly^,^ railway department Ieave.p^;fpr ^p;mi|ton. �o-nlgh't, where ho' has been offered a 'polltion, ' � r y cure a colp'in one day Take LAXATIVIJ ,:;gR0]Vf0 ''Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund' ijion'eyL If it .fails ta cureV". W:, Vl^.'-GROVE'S signature . on each'^ box,' 26c, f -'V'-'-'"VV2-vi,- meet with the officials ot St. Andrew's church to take steps, regarding' �th&' ... Rev. CO. McLaurin, of Calgary, flilriSl conduct anniversary s6rvlc�s in .the Fifth avenue  Baiitist Church tOmbr-row, ' ' '  Some  thirty . or;.ithi?ty-flwe oallerSj! took the opportunity of-.calling on M.rsij A. M. -Moe yesterday afternoon vwheni| she received for the first time sln^e! her marriage at526.Fifth Streets y^'/ij^ The drawing room was bright [andj cheery with crimson carnations >aiffSJ potted plants. The hostess "welcomejl' her many guests wearing vher: red-; ding gown of; heavy'duohes'st^satinXen; .t^raine with' deep; panel. of!bejie' rriah; :laoe and bodice elahordtely"- trimmM' Tt{ith chiffon and seed pearls, .'Mral vEJavies, mother i of the bride, who-re-�c^ived with her, was. wearing,14� rich' black, satin gowa with jet garniture.* : Mrs.-\T. D. McLeo.d, gowno^d,-; in jSpft; grey satlb, with gold triniirilngs^-''ur;; vlted to the tea room, where'a' cbiy^; igrate' :fire cast: a radiant' .tlow - o-yeiv| tha attractively, appointed iboard,- witlr its handsome:M^te8e. lace centrepie^^^^^ and -de^p pinfc:^?oa�natlons 'in ,a .prit glass .vase fasting .on .a mirror' frammed with trailing" smilax.' ' - '  Mrs,. AT Bl'McGOrvle pre'sTd^^ atlfie ' 'tea urn-and was-vearini; aftj^domihg The thanks of the Flower Gaiild ar�i gratefully extended to Mr. J. B. Ter- rlll for a donatlon'of two dozen plants; cinerarias and->|)rimulas, yesterday afternoon;  � >,�-; Westminster Guild-of Knox chuixih will hold a devotional'evening on Moh-^ day night,'when-a short program'has also been arranged. ^ ' . .' ' , 'li.- . Mrs; C; H-.-BeVine will entertain the Art N8edlo-wb?k club at the home of Mrs, J/ W.-- Mrs, Horn, who -^eis \ liria-voidablyi -absent. >*� '--���'"�:'.I.e. /'�\The club, has been' mer'ged witli 'tlie, Adult Bible clas's wifti Mr. Lrakle as teacher,- and -Mr; W.:Hartley'as pW-sideijt. -'�-S'-.j Qohsolafed' Schools ' ' W Great Boon (Continued Irom front .page).. .'(AThe i, conveyance oJ,,-clj-lldren /to , BohOQl will have a, beneficial effect oii �attphdance at school, irregularity: lij .attendance 'belngtbfl great bugbear of ixural schools, on account of the long adlstancea to bc travelled in bad.weatiS er.-..-The Minister. sal^d.;h'e did'not; wish Jpj/hgld* out that cqijsolidated. schools oonld be conducted >^s>'Cheaply as-ftli^ 'oijdlnwy i - :on OTHER ITEHIS ON SALE TO-NIGHT ONLY at 7.30 to ID |>.m. Ladies* Underskirts 68c Ladles' Mercerised Cotton -Skirts in neat ^tripeg _ -of black and white and navy and white;;-made, in ^ �correct medium'width with draw string-adjustable to any size waist and are finished at-*.:;bottom ' ' with,a.'-handsome 10" pleated frill. All ','i-lS|0-� ' -warfifnted fast colors; On sale 7.30 toniglit'OOC Glass Wine Decanters I9c -A limited ,quantity only of "Glass Wine Daftan--t'ers in'what-Is known as the pressed glass styl^ in a pretty cpnventlonal design. Regular value 75 ce'hts.. To'be sold at 7.30 tonight "f 8(t. 68.cll.....**�' for Sunday Morning's .Breakfast^ per \\�. - - 40c The Hudson'^; Ray Stores 1^. 'W.SJ to itak�: the steps; he was quite sat-j^i?fied that-better-results would be obtained for money actually expended on, education. According, to the experience ot-Man-: [itobaj the cqst of conveying children was llltle less than $3.00 .per day for each^,oonveyance. . , - tTsuaUyjthe conveyance 'was under,r| takeri'-'liy-.some one residing close to' r.tihey'schoolr.Jiouse, and he-was thus' 'Sbla.-,to:-spend the middle' portion of,, ithe- day ottthe farm or other employ-? ment.i/^--:'y,- . . ,, .5 --'That .'provision for consoU-dated: -.Bohoqls.wi^B' desired, by peoplc in;the: ,ruTalJp{vrt�i:Of the province had been; ,63f.presaed'^t-school meetings; oonvenC .yens, and in- other .ways. , Any ^results'-achieved; iwould probably^ be ,greater than 'any of. them could foresee. -  ,It wgu'ld .b.e only the duty of thede-v partment to' give every assistance pos'^; l-slbie- In.-putting the provisions -Into effec^.f. .' �" " I, I ' Bills Reported The following bills were considered in- coamittee of the whole House aad reported 'with amendments: - .'Chinook Railway Cqmpany; Brule" Lake 'Ral. ..vay Company; .Bow River Conierles"-Railway Compatiy; Medicine .Hat qtiarter; Sisters of Our Lady, of Charity-.of Refuge;'- Les PIls de Marie. Itflmaciilee; , UrsullnoB' -of J'e-gusj^'tefe-Soeurs de la Charlte de Notre DSime -D'Evoron: Benevolent and -Protective Order of Elks .of Alberta. ', ' ' -Thertommlttee ^was,:,glven Ipave to sit again on'the Medicine Hat charter. LORD'S DAY summer graaing: leafees'.Mrtl; the! .forest reserves in' the 'm'o4fii:ains';to the west; and is coilflden1ri'vtKeir''l;ettlue8t will be granted.' >- ' . 1  Feed Yard at Rfvelstpke,. . .The .Southi Alberta'.wers are, also desirous ol'^obji$fihing;'-tjbe aid, of the government^ for ,the:, elslitlibUsh-iiiient, of a feedtngVstarioij^^at^_Revelr stoke, While "tliiy'' arc hoping , that; Lethbr.tlge ;will,-:shortlj?fvland a meat packing plant,,,t^ey lalsij' wish?to ship, to the coast.,'In ;order5,t'o' do,tlij^j-they requiro to leed shlpmSpts. t-yt^CP on :tlw: route. '^Thq^a-�-JSWcleed}|^-tion at Kaniloojj's, and'-with fng' at Revelstplwvt: alao;'^-M�^p^ could be made \yith6Wftt(jUbl� IThe Associate ,:.;^oards-,ot',:^F^4-''I'irl stockmen to establipU thfe^I^(?yel.stoko feeding yard. ^ , '^^ > Shearing So^soi}' [ /' Shearing, season witb'ftha shfje'pmon selves, had obtained' evldBno^* these cases, and ])Oth itae^ were found guilty aAd-. this'^year will bp an impQrt'aitJi,4yent lars and costs Sing hong^ �^Vith LIO.OOO 6ljpep*t{upllp, M^.all Chinese ' �  - Mean Big JKing, For Lethbridge Continued from,.t,ronip page),, hp.4i" to. eiwpunter wjthln tliS past-'feWii years. '^t^avrey ejcpoo^s, to ,spe tHe*#oi'iilp'dotibled this ^cat,^maV: fingmtei; i^,000",000'�i)ounds -i,'on4"-'this-markefc>;4?St ''year ,there -weitf /abdut^ '7i5,000/sixrqp in thcwuth.',Tbis;m?ij ^tt'a'i'jiift,, |(Wesbei!m-qi minis: M �\iill'Have>',fl66,00i jr also loterviewed the - agricultuie resiartlinB the; restaurant in 4^9 .the wool" to sort arfd naclnf Mr.\Har- on 4th Ave., S.;'-while' vey |Savs it will requirp' betiypefi 50 Is proprietor 'ot ' tho ' H* 'and 60 men (or; 40; dwstk'.JCflmplete the task. '   v ' 'merchant-.wliofefti^ff^Wi as strongly. saawJn -tht* lyicii ouffaap-d ever-indhearslni^-l � ilt s 0' . 'b Tea.' "'�''' ' Af ^7 ' The a �public,, for under 'all aumer thr Cafe on' 5th^ St., S..' fesued a; Palmer and , j. _ ,., .day, against Mrs.' lialf .of fet-poUcemati I.'Tf^mMk.fii^^^s ihg;,U) stall (1 djmaBOH for,iillepoi}ira lawful arrest ancr'iS)P,�ldqh&^iii:,,atid-, malicious prosecution ^JjTTj^friijj.S'SotJdn'^ '| arises &^ from' t^e arrps^ j reV^e^^j^'V^ of  i Uada"^ I Leech a cl\ttrgb' ot. robVtpg �'tlie. , Mr, P. J^,-;Welnii of Ujsufferejp^l&c rom'S ^enia,,v ,1 wSlS'^eSPSrffl! This .cooling wa h ^cstnjjs m dqi} in the to. eate germs, and^jitytmtH^ iifg the'Bkin Vqi^Oif^&dr P�^^^^^/ J^D^^Yginb^ nilh.S'trA' 845369 ;