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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAUCH 9. 1911. TJJ 'Lh'1 a fAGE as v; [c.l the quests ubo CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block Newest Tailored Suits and Coats FOR EVERY FIGURE. EVERY PURSE, AND TO SUIT ALL TASTES Tills season we can lit any v.-JUi a Suit.or Cost Uuvt fan po-- silly be filteJ with a reaJy-to-woar Thy way" make com- prises no ICES Ulan sis different of models anJ ttitsu. s'joivn in a ratifre of felzts, and 111 the various Myles and mate-rials, make wlUioul exception, (lie most comi'lflo auJ "iR'arwuo-pcrftcl" sioi.-k li is HxislWe lo procure anywlu'rv. We fit all figures of regular stock proportions (rom 32 to 46: imill uomen of regular proportions are under the average helgM: small women of Irregular proportions requiring narrow bust and broad hips; large of Irregular proportions requiring full bust and narrow hlpsj large women of Irregular proportions requiring narrow bust and broid a-id large and small women of Irregular proportions in various sizes, who slightly short watsled. ALL GARMENTS THE VERY BEST OF THEIR KINO, THOR- OUOKLY TAILORED AND PERFECT IN FIT AND SHAPE-KEEpTrTc ABILITIES. HANDSOME SUITS En Besi Styles and Materials. Tljls U the stanijatd jjvice wu have sei thEa year for our high grade garments, a ltd wtiilo we liavc mon: extensive and n great many expulsive garments, we rocommt-nd Itils collection ike iitst for tlic money you will find anywhere. Strictly new tailored .suits in grey, navy andjblack; also newest ratines, brocades and seryes In handsome and becoming novelty and dark col- ors. SMARTEST COATS Ever Shown at the Price. A niliactive satisfying collection in ttie uud binari- es I coats Unit have been turned out tbis spaEuu.1 5Lowu In sizes to suit every figure anil one a very except tonal value- at the Fine Ratines, Bedford Cords, Blanket Cloths and .Ratines in new blue, navy, mahogany, mus- tard, tan, old rcse and brocades also shown in various ors. attend. Phones .Rcs.1115 Office 1224 Mrs. Dixon, of Maple Creek, arriv- cd .Saturday on a uUh- Mrs. S. J. Ki: Dr. ar.il Mrs. Nation, oi CVUts, re- j turnrd a few days' 'Visit, fner.'Js in the dty, j: Mrs. r.. Letfahr a giicat at Uracmar l.oOge, Calgary, 'last week, Las returned-home, I Saim- ;ii-i hfld in the I Lill cm Saiurday a'- i lernouri, ai.d the jtbe ball was lo au-oiumodale the many jntcrtstr.l many all did ;ly ucll, f Ihe "cvcvuiiou o'" jdajicc-s well as jvolvli.g more tariry the laucy dances tx I (iir'.sy Tambouriii izola'llardie. I.a'Cachucha-Mi Skirl Dam' HigMatid Fling-M :51iss t l.n ans. don. I.a Hcnora Master Tcreacc Kileea t'rachi. .Sailor's Horcjupe Mi-ss Kathleen j Gordon. Mary plaved d the. dances in her uvJal excelk-ut man- ner. At the coni'lusioN yf tlif e'tercisea ihu pupils n-ero soncJ with k-cs anjl 'v v v' j church ua.s the si-er.e oi ai j very pretty wcJdinj.' at nr.e-tbiriy Miss .Mnry Phyllis Vdy, Icldrst daughter ot the J sines S i L'dy and Mrs. l.'Oy. of Hucktngbain, I Kent, I'Tnglancl, the bride oi Frank Su miner Ion, son of the liev. -lanirs Hatlley SiHnn'crion, Tylfsburg, -.I'cmisi hania. ;17ie (vas beautifully palms, potted plants oorn a'ffd cut blossoms, with white K and- carnations. 'The bridal party entered ihe cUurch Charming Styles in Ladies' Garments have never carried J'lcli a laifio never so ready wild that is beautiful and wanted lu Ihe Women's Garment Scttloa. Here are garnicuti of in euoimo'JS stock to chocse from ami prices lo'.ver than ever fat-fore. Spring Sulu in all ihe UtoEl styles ami fabrics The coals arc modelled ivith cat away fronts ar.tl Raglan, drop or set-in beeves; ptg-top ami pannier shaped fkirt-. All ihe nion Bliailes are brown, caUct art) uavy, also black and white tripes and CM jwi COX lUk b jiricca u> splendid array of New Spring Coats, Separate Skirts and Waists await your inspection in this section Hostfsses loinorrou- Mis. Nut tomorrow i. Mrs, fleiiry Gaivin, Mrs. It; Howard XaX with.bridal veil and blossoms UIV i? T J22i Mr. and Mrs. -Alexander 'Smiih remand carried aa of'. o in MolMi! 'ironr! li" (wo valley lilies, t. Jlcdick. was aUcncrd by Miss Ivy lUw- lu the prest aiid.sir.g- y sen, who wore .a ibirity laec toslmne j larp numher of [rlcnds Alla.t will cor.duct in the Fifili A baptist _ J. services Iclmrcli ior two j Sunday, March 15th. Letlihndgc Municipal I'aihv'ay. Km- t Division ate, entej- t icr.cingl laining at a dance- in the ball Tuesday evening, Match lOiii. A to the. strains ol the wedding by Mis. Gertrude Bailcv. and; ;the uedding was choral. The bride, who was dvf-n away Ly _ Mr. R. O. Farris. was verv attrac-5 live in her robe ol white silk] lhc was penornied by the with.bridal Tdl and blossoms Rev- s- Itennttndcnt ol tlir. Mcthotlisi t-hvirch. pastor of p.ce of a the bricle and groom, tlic ushers being O. i J. Coin I ice anrt George Whelen. Irnmctiiatcly aEter ceremony a recherche luncheon was served at the home oi Dr. and Mrs. J. K. I.orc-r- reHcved with pink and pint hai-, and carnations, wliile ik- K. K. the duties uf i SUN UFESi OF CANADA LEADING FEATURES OF THE DIRECTORS' REPORT FOR 1913 ASSETS as at 31 rt December, increase over CASH INCOME from Premiums; (merest, Renls, elc., in 1913 Increise over 1912 PROFITS DISTRIBUTED io'pbltcyKoldeis during 1913 ADDED TO SURPLUS dming 1913 TOTAL SURPLUS 31st December, 1913, over all liabilities and capital DEATH CLAIMS, Mahned Endowments, Profits, during 1913, PAYMENTS to policyholders since organization PREMIUMS RECEIVED since organization PAYMENTS to policyholders since organization and assets heid for iheit benefit t NEW BUSINESS (paid for in cash) during 1913 Increase over 1912 ASSURANCES IN FORCE 3hi December, 1913 Increase over 1912 ing. i Mr. ar.il Mrs. iSnnitneifon left on a 1 'Short- south, the britte wearing a smartly taitorcrj navy lilup suit with hat to.match. Many handsoxc and useful pllts tes- tified to the popularity of tfcc your.g pcoplSj among which WAS a silver candelabrum from the itral C. t. IT. and a handsome! I family Uiblc. very complete, presented by the Heard oi Wesley clinrrh to the first couple, married in the church. The SUN.LIFE OF CANADA holds the premier position among Canadian Life Assurance Companies. Clubs and Societies The Company's Growlli T if ;M I5V1 1872 !-l. 1883 1893 1903 89.00 1913 ROBERTSON MACAULAY, HEAD OFFICE: MONTREAL T. B. MACAULAY, MANAGING D1FIECI6K .oJSECnF.TABY. AIKJHJHAL1) Herald Buifding. Calgary. 322 Tegf-r Building. Edmonton. t W. Manned'. Merchants Sank'Sullding, Westminster (Jnild oI-Knox church '-vJU meet tonight, when Ihe subject wlH he "How to'iuercHt fovctly." All Ihs young proplr. arc cordially ia- vited. SI. Andrew's Christian Ktuleavor EU'Riect' as usual lomorrow night, vdien.the topic will be "Hoiv fo poverty." All arc welcome. t? f t I.rntcri services in St. Austin's church for llic me NVcdnesday service at S p.m.; children's service oa; Wednesday nftcrnoon at and Holy Communion on Thurs- day morning at r- The usual Lenten servica will hi1 held in St. Cyprian's church on Wed- nesday night at S o'cloclc nnd. Holy Communion will be celcbrsttd on Thursrtav morning at z t- The of St. Patrick's Chor- al Snticty who are to co-operate in Ihc ent'CrUinmenf on St. Patrick's day aic requested to meel nt St. Patrick's church tonight at 7.30 for a rehearsal of l'Shann Aroon.1' 5 The Ladies' 'Aid ol the First- Hap- jtisl cliurch will meet this week at I the home of Mis. Munroe, 1336 Eth Aver. on afternonn at a.30 sharp, it is hoped that every j member wtil niaVp an cfiort to aV- I tcr.d, as thcco vill be an (mporlartt business meeting. The hean social, to be given on Thursday evening wr.der Hit auspices of thn chdir ot fit. Andrew's church and the musical committee ,of the Christian promises to' he a shouM draw n large at- tendance. z fr 4 SI. AiHjusitin's W. A. will meet to- morrow afternoon at 3.30 for mis- sionary study. "The. Diocese ot Atha- basca" will be the and all fl.o ladies of the congregation arc cor- New Arrivals at Busy Store-On TUESDAY Wide, Messalinc and fancy Pailletc Dress Bilks, new worth ijil.50 "Dolly Vanlcii" Crepe Clolhs and Serpentine. Crepes, all new shades. Linen Disli Cloths, rca'd.v-to-use, large size, special yalnes 20c and..; the 5tM) yards neat slripe and check Dress (jingtiains, reg. lo and IS foi- lixtra large Batli linen shade, reg. 7.5c a Pair, on ,Sec (he new Eponge aiid Eathie Spring Suiting1, new shades, 35c to Another shipment of Shadow Lace Edgings, Allpvers and Flouncings, 50c 75c 20c A FRONT CORSET FOR Carrying with U the umi gftet with every WARNER Carxt. Viry low bull, jklrt, i that brlngt the "front lace'd" ftitures wrthln. good viluei in other at up to 27. '.'JlVj WE ALSO SELL THE FAMOUS NEMO jdially Rylands Co. The Store suhject and parl'tif the caiuera] nnd everything in connection with the taking of a picture will ht explained. A rounle ol llaslilijrhls will be talen, and fjlir.s developed'ahrl finished at far ns possible at the nKftimj. All art especially invited lo attend, 0. II. Archer, M.H., cl Kangra, Kmrt church will its annual India, spol'c In St. Augustln's ehurch soiial' on Wednesday! on Sunday morning and his There will he a musical pro-'was one nf Hie r.i6sl intensely Inler- Eroin, rcfrt'shmfnls ic snl practical missionary 'ert. Three live min'ile. addresses ever heanl in this.city. "The Church ol the "Tljeishowed clMrly the hfavts ol IChiireh o( the and "The l-hosf, ulio know not (iod, arc ron Church of ihe will he given tor Him hy the mfdical missionary ,'bv Mr. -I. H. lIlRinSiotbam, Her. A. [who wins ilieir Inve hfafirig their C-auiecon anil Mr. A. .f. Irving and then tCAehes them 'about Ihe One, whose e.xampJc thej 1 r.e regular rneelinc of Ihe A A. of ,St. CyprJa'n's rtiirch will be held 'lonlsU, wlitn "I'hotograpliy" will he the subject. Mr. Waiidell has kindly consented lo spen? on this follow in doing good to otr.ers. Dr. Archer niMtioried tout w-ays En wli'.ch the t'hrislian at hcir.e rajf materially help in missionary work (1) Iiy study, (1) by (3) IT HAVE KJAFCHENKO AS CROWN' WITNESS Winnipeg, March JuslScft jUrran this mortiini; lo order KtJfchenVo, te trial on of niurdsr robbery ii due to start at den toinororw, be callet) as a Cronn In the agalnil Hagel, who, vltb John charged here (o [edt Krafchtniio's eiuse from ens'-. lodj'. B. A Boniiar, wto Is coiinsel. and made (he ap'plleaiiftji, i may call Kiaftlienlco as a wllnets. Tho -.trial j probably cornmsnce On 'fvtiniy, MorVers, by sivinc. and thu company. Mayor Trudel Cobalt unseated because he held A- cofltriltt M'iii tile Mlpldk fa. .m- ler an.agreemenl .belween ;