Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thiiisclay, Maich f), 1011. THE lethbridcth: daily UEKALI> PUTS BLAME $1.75 Sale 0 THREE REMARKABLE VALUES in new lingerie waisto for a bifi Friday and Saturdny IjuLineES. Every one is exactly as rcpreoonted in the illustrations ^bc^/t: and injde of fine lawn with beautiful fine embroidery trimming. All sizes. 9 I � � *w�j� Very prelly oniliroidiiy :nid l.ui- Ironi, and Inn; ooMar. iTimmod cuff and fini; tmk.s in lini.U. All .sizes. AT fl� This waial, ir. pxiicily ,-is slio'-vri nlmve and is inado $ I cfev no iiidiH'enient no\v for the Oversees rioniininns to hnild battleships for already tliroiii^h imperial preference tbev i'.re lartely repaying the iii'tfii-r coiiill'v for iii.....'s received 111 till' way of itnperie! i riice. WILL OFFER SUGGESTIONS I K. h. liichaidson, sc^'reiary of iho ; C.ilL'nry J:;.vliiijil;nn .socio!>. arrived in illie cily tills afternoon and wfc'i I'ifsi-idem l-:cltstorni of Ih'- Ijetlibrlt'Rc Ag-i ruiiliural ^oiioty and Messrs. \V. H. ' Fairfield, CcorKe M. Hatch, .Mayor .Ndani.o, f'ily lOiiKineer Arnold, wont �o tiie new A.erii iilt'iral CroiindR at. Ilenrin'son I-'^.irlc to look over and f;ive advice upon tlio jiians and work under \vay. There is a meeting of the dire.tors of the society tonight at which Mr. Richardson will pr9bably be presr'nt aiul give some, exprossion of his opinion.? on the local .society's I logriini. EDITED BY "UNO" PHONES Office - � - 1224 Residence � - 620 i Visiting Days ! Hostesses tomorrow-Mrs. A. Southard. Mrs. .J. DnfT. Mrs. D. A. McKerrichei will not re- ; ceive lon'.arrow. Airs. -T R. ReiUer will not be at' home tomorrow afternnoii. Mr.s. W, MeC'lnre Iim'i yeslerdav af-lerno'm for a simrl im; in f'algary. Mrs A. ir. McKeown and Mrs i.' F. Sinith will not receivi; again It.'.s sen son. * ' ^',r. and Mrs. Frank'('nlpnian and little daughters, are lion.c froni an extended visit in the east. I . � . 1 .Mr. .). Ambrose .'^iiitli. of Man-itlie.stcr, KiiKland, en rfuui. finn, '.he coast lo WmnipeK, spent ye-terdav i 111 Ihe eity, the jim-s' nf :\lr an I Mrs (".. F. V. C'onybcaii', at Hivcr. view. � "C.'no" is going t'l be mit of the leity for a few da\s and wmild ask those who attend afiairs oi ^ive cn-terlaintnents diirinij; her absence to i write an account and snnd to the ller- iald or phone 1221 * * Mrs. c. k. nranilow was the hosl-css at a merry little hii;h tea last ! evening, complimeniarv to Ipt vi-iior j Mrs. Uaynor, of- Helleview. The � cliariiTingly appointed l.ihle was cen-; tcred Vvith a .shower of crimson and wliite carnations, i'overs were laid IV eason s Best of Suits want every lady in this city to see our collection of the World's Brightest Ideas of Fashion brought out in the High Grade Suits and Coats shown at this store. Direct Copies Of New York and Paris Leading Suit Styles at $19, $23, $25, $30 Smart Tailored Suits SATIN LINED at $14, $15 Long Spring Coats In a l^rge range of styles and Colorings, showing many new anc lecommg Novelty Trimmings at $12.50, $17.50 and $20 Oei' GaFments_ Show Q*^a!ity_ and Style but Always at Moderate Price THE LIMITED for Mrs. Raynor, Miss Batt, Miss j Dawson, Miss -lackson, the Misses .Sliarman and the hostess. � � The Caledonian .Society will hold another assembly in the Caledonian hall Thursday evening, .March lf)th. .Mrs, .Startles and Mrs. H. -f. Coode iwill give a tea for the benefit of jKnox church from four to six o'clock ! S.iturday afternoon at the home ol Mrs Goode, 1)20 Ashniead street. Members and frienilR of Knox church ; will please accept tlits intimation as an invitation. The VV, F. V. S f,.| KnoJ- church will meet m the schunl room tomorrow afternoon at .'i n'cli.-ek In the ; absence fiom llie cilv of llie presi-idcr.t, Mrs \V-('liire, Mrs. McClena-ghan, will preside. The society is .studyin.g this yenr, "Uestern Women in I-",a.stern Lands '' ! The l.ailv Maccthees of the World ;will hold an important meeting lo-liiioiTuu afternoon at .'i o'clock ir the flddfeilows' Hall. The District Deputy, Mrs Wine, of ^"algary, arrived in the etty tins afternoon to attend the meeting. .She is a guest at the V W.C.T.r. home. . Miss Lillian Podger entertained ' tuenty-five school friends last evening at her home on AshtiTead street, fiames and leu.sic sped the moments until Slipper lime, when ihc dainties were served by Miss Rietta Podger and .Miss .Marie Myden. In the penny guessing contest the honor favors, boxes of sweets, were captured by [ Miss Florence Kisk and Master Ben Spencer. * * * The cnncer*- postponed from Feb. liith will be held this evening in the Westminster Methodist church. Numbers of the programme will be coti-trihuted by Misses Batt, C. Simm, |.Jones and Messrs. Wilkes, .Scott, Kilncr and Filmer. ,-\ccompanist I Mrs. Nelson. The chair will be tak- I en at 8 o'clock bv Mr. W. A. Buchan- 1 ! an. rJIre Mint ihatpleases COSTS NO MORE than THE ORDINARY KlN DS C01V1PLIES WItTh all PURE FOOD LAWS DoesNOTconbiinALUM FULL WEIGHI 01JSi>OUNOCANS made in canada. EW.GILLETT CO.LTD.TORONTaONT. SOYS ATTEND ..: SCOUT MEETING TWILIGHT CHAT The terms "quaint" and plctur-es()ue" are a good deal overworked by fashion gossips these days ; but other words to describe the odd touches and really slightly whimsical ities of the time are wanting. The new little coals, shapeless and eccentric to a marked degree many of them, but trig everyone, if marie by a master of the trade and worn by a j mistress of her o'>vn warrir;>be, arc I among the gieatest novelties of the i hour. They are sliort-waisted, of abbreviated hip depth, and with the jbig revers covering the fronts often gives one the impression of the old I time icrkin or the modern laborer's j bloii.se. i These little coals are being made in silk and velvet, lo contrast with : cloth skirts and m cloth above silk or velvet skirts. There is no rule : fur such trfixtures. About twenty-five bovs assembled In the V. .M. C. A. auditorium Tuesday ; e\ enlng and heard the orgnnixaclon innd InBtruction explained by Scout-mast er.s .McKlnnon and Van Allen. 1 ho city, the city schools and the asso-i elation were all well representod. Af-! ter a very pleasing address by the ^chaplain, Rev. Mr. iMeMlllcn, the ii.imes wore enrolled and notice wftB ti'ien of the meeting Thursday evening at \.%\ sharp. As full an attendance ' aa i.'OEslble Is desired at the next naeet-lu.t;, when the oath will be administered, patrols formed and arrangementa .made for the first otitlng. The Scout Law \ A Scout's honor is to be trusteiJ- his word Is his solemn oath 2 A Scout Ig loyal to King, government, p.irents, country and employer. 3 A Scout's duty Is to be nsoful and help others-he must try to do � good turn to somebody every day. 4 K Scout is a friend to sit, and a brother to every other Scout, no matter to what social class the other belongs. f; A Scout Is polite and mannerly, especially to women, cbik*reii, invalids and aged people. fi A Scout Is a friend to antmata- ' and he only kills them for food. 7 a Scout obeys orders, of hii parents, patrol leader pr Scoutmaater i without question. ! s A Scout Is always cheerful-he smiles and whistles, pleased or dla- ideased. i 9 A Scout Is thrifty-he saves and deposits his money. The Scout's Osth "On my honor 1 promise that I will do my Ijeat: 1 To do my duty to God and the King. 2 To help other T!nor>le at all tjmes 3 To obey the Scout Law" 515 Phone 815 Im Ifanageinent New Stock New Prices L. C. Teeple Successor ta GreiMock I nair High Class Grocer ATTRACT BEST KIND OF BRITISH EMIGRANTS London, March 9.-The Southern Alberta Land Company meeting today was of a satisfactory character. It will announce shortly through a subsidiary company a scheme of farms to attract the best kind of Brttlsh ; emigrants. LBROOKS GENUINE WORCESTERSIURI It hnparU a most appetuliBf fUvoY, just A UblMpoenAd or to ui graTks or soupst H makes a wonderful.diffor* once-many people say It Is tho secret or good eooUng. Imported Absolutely ! CARMANQAY'S NEW SCHOOL especial to the Herald) Carmangay, March 8.-The new school Is now practically ready for use and although there is atUI some work to be done on the outside of the btilld> ing, the inside is all completed. lit; will be oocupied by the school board next week. When It Is thoroughly-' completed and taken from th* eon-tractors, arrangements ar* helngiiSde' to have tho Minister of Education for the province at the opsnlBS rare-mony. SCENE IN THE SHOPS OF PARIS French knots are fashionable. Beaded ellects continue in good style. Fringe is promiiient on silk street costumes Ribbon hows w'lll be trimtning for ' large fla' hats I * The newest re.il shell hairpins are j 'quite small and liglit I The lone, seamless rhoiilrter remains in excellent vogue ! � ( hcinisctles are now of roloreii eliif fill', niiide peifectly plain A CUT GUSS SPECIAL for Friday and Saturaay f^fternoons On(y one pieco to a cuatomer and on(y iho articles i/aieci beiow wiii bs on sale JUDGE LENIENT Taigary, March 0 -linliert .MeC^iil-j IoiikIi �.is found .ivuilt.v tlii.s iiMrulng ] of Ht:.l'l>liis .lohn .McLean in a bur-i rooiti frac.'iH aiul .I'.'il.cji* .Stn.-irt i-i liln) I .iff on sus|)ended iii(i'.< i- Iterr Fisli-i cr, ;be former deie'-tive who i.'? al-i lei;ed to have assaiil.ed Chief of Po-' ill i< .MaiKii-, is bring iiied in the Supreme ("'our! this afloiT.on. The c!i;.rge is OHsauli against the chief, v-."ih intent to do grievous bodily linrin WORTH FOR 2 oiiiy, 6 in. Nai)i)ies...... .. $4.59 $3.40 1 pair Sugar and Cream . .. .. $5.86 $34�5 I pair Snjyai- and Cream . .. . . $8.50 $6.35 () only beautiful tumblers ,. .. $6.50 $4.90 1 onlyl nut bowl........ . . $8.50 $6.35 1 only celery dish, 11 in. . .. .. $7.50 $5.65 1 only fern pot,.......... . . $J).00 $6.75 1 onJy berry bowl, 8 in. ... .. $15.00 $11.25 I only berry bowl, 9 in. ... .. $20.00 $15.00 'CAUQHT IN BELTING; WAS FATALLY INJURED -Minnedosa. .Man . Marcli .Jack Ostern v,ns lai.ighr in the belting of llenniuyBon mill today and suffered I injuries from which he died iu a few hoiii-s. ?very ^iece is of the SSest T^anu/laeiur^ "If you lly� o.u.t of. t.ovyg, wfitt us.!'..