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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta tttl^ IrEJliBBt^fe-PAIT.^ HERALD- Page � 1 1 Millinery ening A'm&fi;mfiblage oi unusually Bea^utfy\XA^Tntd Hats, American and-Imported i^Ji'lpclels, and the creations of our own yorkfoom .* / .* .* , Collection, as a Whole, Shows % Distinctive tate -'advfiinWge' W khe Opppjrlunltly;, , ,1.-T^e.'5fG^"njttil#ikifl � Vly comc wt^ ninrfy wi]i'iii4uf� Into t^io (jo.ndmons jThat-ls' What Hospital Doctor , .'Swore-to for thei-State LADI EDITED BY "INO" PHONES Office 1224 Res. 111B mt^tai iomnlltt'^B of tfee'tfetol'lSge Bosti-d" �t*mdkh"ot, \rWQ)j O, T. Lath-TOP IsfolafrjAaiiyand {he/9Poc|ai Grain ' coiBmlttefti^trtVe A^'flodiat^^'BoBrda ot Tra^e, i*y*Ii^ea.gathMing fa:Ct8 add �latlBtloB ,to Ijaoki-ut.tlielr position In several of'tt^p* matters, and willM ' pr^p^r^d,,.lo*,b*or~]HP -tlialr poaltlon wJfb;oralV6vf8M�r� o? a lafg^ pmD�r . ot piokrWveilaf#erB. It ie aW'e:?-ildtei'vUiSVt'oH^^nt trej^Uliia antf ed'1:aV;firrsjie Bamfc cWtlUcaU blan. ' ' flflo'r6tab 'Hay, of' the-rBoard oj tickets at i^9: tp8]5?.^lafef^t4&� Aide ^y^i^ ^ -Pifislde^^^l^V .will^iipt"'*  jsand" Wtl,.Offline); nOmlnailoixB ? to.^'*g^|i|te^ijmk4 tomtt^^ 0 his aecfe- * lielal atater- yl ? iAXt''7^1'hi-?o^iiwd Wll ? ^ � ' thrn. wH?itt Wj;-. WUsoh learn- , ed t^t'tj^e "Spnate dat 'today ^ - Albany, N.Y/( s March � 3.-Hftrry.,-K. Thaw, the-slal'.^ of.>-^taii^^^ Wh\te; Is atlll of Imsofeid mihd.Van^ hfs*r6-| ^^a6^'#op^tl!6/Ma^^tatv^n(mata.hoap^': ^ta^lOrf:t|fi;CJimlI^l?i^nBane wou dftDiferouB. to the public" peaise and 8af�ty, according Vo a sworn affidavit padW'i'toda.y 16 AttBrSey-Oenerjff'.Caj^' ferlhtendent ofj?Mlp1i'' ot trie BaptlBt Cburch on gund^?' " � . > ' � , >>..'.ti*S8'iR�:Aveek-ena.gue8tB ,Ar^|tln- *'ll!.(�efui^. in.' about thre'e W�^k>' time to mSki'ier'future'horas .In' theVplt^/ . ,-..3T,..^j>;. jiMrS, E. J,'Hiirh�gf|;ofne tcr Toronto fe'Vi'alfcth  Kef ^^d&upter," Florence, Mrs. W, b; Burnett, Mrs. A, TC. Gibson and' Mrs I G Robertson will be tho hostesses of Kno^ Ladies' Aid on Thucsda\ dfternoon \fter SIX weeks without ilancinz, the Hospital Elall on Fri^lay, Maircn 3Sth, should prove very aUiacttvc indeed 'Tht tickets are now being sold, and the ladies hope tor � rcad\ sale and liberal patronage from all the citiz-cns. *� � * ' The open social meeting of the W C. T, U. in the parlors of Knox rhuich this evening should attract a goodly audience, A fmc piogram has been arranged, espccialU fcatuciiig Mrs. Livingston, provincial organiser in a stirring address on "Woman's War." � * f The meeting, which was to be heUV m Westminster church tomorrow afternoon, at which a "HcaUh Talk on Nervous Women" A\as to be the tea turo, has been postponed .until Tuesday M.ireh H, on account of tho W C. T� U. meeting there tomorrow. * * � Mrs A Irving will t,t'�c the topic, "Work apiong t'fie RiiUienlans" at the m�bting of t le Woi^cn's' Home Missionary ."Sopietv ot Kno'x church tomorroMc' evening Arrangctfients Will bo cr)mpleted regarding the rummage sale to ,bc held about the middle of the iiionth, * T , The twcnty-hi'e ladies, who attended the motlieis' meeting at the ' of Mrs. J.'\l', Rutliertord labt ing certainly heard a splendid CANNON,' CULL0M;,\i^0j5G*fQ^kT^V CRANE AND. OTy\fRg''^MB WaShington;jkk?4b^.^i(^atd6,5|' ed by � th^rientfiusia arrival ol\& l)er& \'"cli; no1"Mct*'/f#;^I's;pS^,,-^ est, relative stopi thip)jinfaii^y/ofc'th.6 sale of the Clowning,loVe;iOLBtter^^'l -"Mr,^ Bro'wnltfrViS'-^'SUinp'^ - one day with' me in Eatop/lPlicc.. .He Sfjd-: > "'�s-Vi''"'^f"*" , " 'Tell yout tamr^'I'have - dest,v9yr MStsjj^etendlh^ftal'frglf. -iiui: Hill JillfTenlaiii fn l^'e fea^-fiintll the" ctdW |,?J�e^*cHd61 terhi,^wlleff'l?2orene6': Will �.t^oaTj *, . -.^..^.^.^..-.v, - -v, > � K..;.;-!. ijtfc,- At^:,. . y.RffT.s'E.' P. Perrji-'glLre talk on ,,W.olith; League last ;.ey^HJng^'�thfe^me6^ . Ifl'gf,be!ng I (nv charge^* bTfe � tbe. GWri(itiam' 01fe'enshtp''departtodib:^: 5-- >u XCanonv McM^lWlsn.deUver^d^.d' feigbljft InBtruqtiy e. .andsintoSpsting^aa-: .e/PPtefi'B Chui-ch lapt 5RV^n;idg:i.>Aboat -fWty^flve were ip atteud^p^ce.' A- pjup}- dal ^Vltoitjg will be In^prder^od Mon ^l^y nfgbt' next , j Kt -i �'''^'  -^'"Dr and Mrs 'Roset of Glefcljon '"�''la^have been-staying. j^vAh, ata add c^, P..Conjib6'^TC,i-R,lvftvieW,' Mi this afternoon foi-Calgary, to vfiiit their daughter, Who is .atiend-�.Wffiithe icpnvpnt m'that>city.* � ' * * >  i ^ -,",The teachers o! thp,o}t? enieitam- dress on,, "Mistakes," dollveied by Mis. Livingston, Alberta W. C. r U organizer Mis. Livingston dealt with "the mistakes often made m the rearing of cbildien, paiticularly that of not having the confidence ot the child. t.. The chair was occupied by ^ Mrs Corry, superintendent n\eeting with splendid kuco6ss and is enrolling mdny nc^x mwiibers forvthe local union. It fs hoijga to ,ocg:inize.'" ai-, branch in Ndntli �Le�libridge,;_ J Mrs. Livingston will give an ad-diess on "Progressive Building," at a women's-meeting, to'bo held at the home.of Jtrs.'John Brodii3,,548-Elev-evnth St, toijiorrow evening. This raeetmg is open to'each and every woman in the ciiy, axii everyone will be^ made welcome.^ "Tomorrow afternoon' a meeting of the women oti the city Is cal\ed iu Westminster'qhutohM'he aaditis� 6f'the south., side ara,,nvvited,..a6 weU:,;fi;iW those .ot, the .iwirtb, .and. Mrs..,. Liy,ittg-fton, ivill; bft-mijCharge,v ,1.: /- �ft [of ^^NTEREST TO WtfMeN ;| -I-IU '.s,-5-r-^ The Advent of Spring Is Suggestive of New Furnishings TI7ITH the advent of spring comes ^' the necessity of replenishing House Furnishings-New Curtains, New Rugs, New Linoleums, etc. Our Furnishing Department is replete with New Spring Goods; dainty yet serviceable styles in Curtains and Scrims; large range of Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums suitable for any room. A Few Quotations on Our Brussels Rugs , Size 6 9 X 9 ft. .V.. $13.50 to $16.50 Size 9 ft. X 9 ft.....-......$20.00 and $22.50 : Size 9 i't. X 10 6 ft.........$21.25 aiid $25.00 Size 9 ft. X 12 ft. ,.........$24.00 ami $30.00 In the Grocery Department Reasonable Price Offerings on Fish for the Lenten Season In fish as In all other things our Grocery Department handles^ nothing but llneii' of dependable .quality and high repute, M not already a pation of this store, send In a trial order today, ^ Horse Shoe Salmon k.28c. .Clover Leaf Salmon* 26c. Alaska Sockcyo ' '200, Kippered Herring 17c. (plain) " ' - ' Kippered Herripg �..L7c. (lu iopatq, aan^jsi ;  Fresli.Herrinc 17e. HoUand Herring,, kegs, $1 Mephisto Lobster, WVb./ tin 20c: Euchre Lobster, V2lb Tin SARDINES i Sportsman,... per lin 20c.' Truffled .... " "25c. Skipper..... " " UcJ Concord ____ " " 15c. i New BrunsAyick *' Clams ...... Oystiers . .\ Shrimps^ ..... Cod Fish-.. , , T(H?:MOTHeR OK. LINCOLN . � in' iny. ^stndy' of. .HhcOlrii -ih^.-Vheh^ omen'a Of whpae existence dnd . the Wonder �'Of whose being �.these ;,'fe\y uy?B dtSito- draw,'I have nbt'-heen able tov'freeyJilm;front his mothor;-vNahcy-fJ^ks-'-^pmeone-gavehlin his great B.eTiBe of prlncipler made falsehoodf^jf^i .''h'j|[J ind Cornelia the GraCohi, ->In,'th0So'r Bljpoat.Jirst hours, days,'yeBLts/'M'e, ^g6t.te;^Jl^il^iaaliiidft?forf3^;|^*^ jsjlniiply ifjbi^Jigrpwln^iifde^^lopi^^^ ;turingiJ.:;'I?erhapsiliei' death; biirne'd'iaii l.piifeSl.s5;ts'ndei3^4i:ambib oovereds;one'' ;he", had''dreamed ).would. 'b^.T^ffiMf'cdjf^^^ 1^0 keep the"?:rajn from r*cbing vbft'; ;in|ist 'ha;V6^s(d;' the '|irflis.--6filflptb&'ara'cte^^^^^ in congress'for a sCord'-ott: (goodbye" to tJi$l^,)^'c9U-hlght.^and cleaned, oiitj,tj: the exodusufroj^-lhea:|;p}to0%^^^ ot jtiew senators >nd ,iOTi^csdntative|, "'tJaids were in order af siJitccn t^b-^ tik -Mi:' Shaver V�tnnjng. tFi^ Jropjiy.; ijeleot'able wireshments ,T,vete, ae^iv^d at'thq.oard tabfg^ and-( a perfectly 'good time injoyi^d b3?''a;ll,t>resoptii ^ot ^eai-t'-^'into' tha Mm^i^S^^^o with.'Jlie p majdulv ot^S � H'lddcr^fldd'J..... alsi)!,bcfln' n^tlBe^ I miucut. who are to com* iittb-'olfts^. tomor- tembop. row, mingled throughout"'the day ' ^ . .  ^� .,; with their future'assistAuta,:q,t -tjhe 'NLd service .will bo St, Aii- two houses, and to6lc^piedifal stocKof gus^la's (ihiirch, topiorspw eveningi their new environment.and ^rtpPAs- ) paving to the leotor'^^-ab^nso m Gal:. Former Speaker CanjibttMaiid^Sena- gdry,,^' ' � i' LtH ^ 'moimtaui alopei. ot G�ylon.> ,vh yho eio^^th 1b bIo 'er aJid :t{la[IV Irfrs- Earl Robertsf'"^3itsda�'', isuil f\cn v,Bette IM' like tmA^ing f^t il atone'"JnJthe wotl^, 3pdle?s..{li:^li fd"^^^^^, ihd. no iiAj^if: - mM .^Happfness consists .an Inactivity; |;^pliiip^peu.>cs it. , thCsaiiKa'WSCi �Wt batofspi^, of a | . A^'Sioottf.' iea'5nevdr.'hia'aiB\&Il^ A* mnooth'' ^ea'^^avdr , nsariner,' neit% \dn^s prolspenty 4nd Sucpe' fulijess.-'aBd' happtes|.\l^t*^mffis^^ adverstty, ^ike, L^osd ofem^*b^n, rouse^ the' facuM|s; 'andt|fcS^v*te" Blahpn^fo wis on ,eiIiU%. \ nuii; , fihoilid blt4Eh-to thnU i lal 'hood 'i4 /Loy^r>itlope fear f.'th 1 liese mjii'*^, | liumaiiityi These m it' ign, �'aij '! ventioh, pr 'of the V L8>.ot:iiote anfe,charactej: -Uic m ng ! Ifeis not-wlint ii- h , mr \ jia.t "s^i^m, UolrtW7Wsesthk^J?brtffffft H\ b n. lu^ VL m I U 111' ajli.eb; *'w^p,.yrtO inn litheiJe.ts enough Qf W. M^e 1 t*evc* niilf, 141MIjicp It 5,0111.0*1 '0 fhcTiseUehT-njh " e4uqatvii'n. is'tQ votd ?Wupe ,- to |t''nethcu of-t- Hid oonnuoi tf >l > tol . . o" ipW^'o W^A nn COM MVifeiicf, buOn ^"^t'^^r}, jot S^'driUi, i> ^tnJUle reyttid-g,'^ ' �4 14 ;