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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1914 THE LETHjmUXJE 1) Ai I. V HERALD PAGE SEVEN Newest Novelties in Neck Frilling From New York WE HAVE JUST PASSED into slock, simu'liiing new iu Neck 1'rliliiig and Pleated Shadow Laces, the Pleated C'liifl'wns dainty rose pattern art; (lie sensation in the We also feature a line of Pleated (.'repou iu plain shades, pink, sky. white and miuive. Tlie above, are priced at i'5c, JSti and 50c yard. Advance Show Early Spring Ne'ckwear Ready To-morrow If you would like lo look over Iho new creations, wo will be pleased lo bliovv you them oil Wednesday. Dainty neck pieces i lint will tone iq> your evening or day frock. See the iichv Pischiis, .Mtidioi ami Sunshine Dressy Voile Waists .That Reflect all. 1 he Coming Season's Style Features new Waists from (lie Knslern stylo iiiiirkets.-some -witli low necks, others liigh long' ur .short sleeves.; Jlalerials are Crepe -Voiles, Uico Olotlis ami Fancy Crepes, priced from Sl.dU to -S-kOO. All sixes. You should see Hie Things first at The Busy Store MILADI Edittd 1NO Phones Res. 1115 Office 0 limits that bleak and give no sign Save whitening !ip and (ailed tressea, Till Ueath pours out his longed-for wine Slow dropped frtm .Misery's crushing presses. Jf singing breath or ccKoing chord To every hidden pang were given. What endless melodies were poured, As sad as earth, as sweet as heaven! Clubs artrt Societies The Sickroom Sunbeams will cot meet os Wednesday but on Thursday afternoon instead, Mrs. 0. K. P. Conybeare, llhervitw. Tfce Westminster Ladies' Aid meet tomorrow aiteuoon with 502 Nineteenth St., N. will Mrs. Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. J. V.. Terrill. Mrs. .1. A.. Jackson and not again until after Kastfr. 'under tlo auspkes of the Companlor.s Mrs. K. J. Redmond, Tenth St. ,Ei) Fotest. Those interested are reminded ol the whist drive, to be held ou Fridar, Feb. 13th, in St. Mr.ry's parish hall, Not receiving tomorrow Mrs. John Home. .Mrs. Fred Hick will receive Senator and Mrs. I., (i. leave Saturday for Ottawa, they will- remain ol ILe senate. during Ite session is the night of the Audi- torium dance in the K. nf P. hall, to nhicli many are louring forward. Mrs. D-jfi is entertaining at bridge tonight, complimentary to .Mrs. Woo- !ej-Dod, of Calgary. The Westminster Guild of !church will enjoy a sleighing Knos party tonight out to Nfrs. Livingston's at Xo. 6. The Ladies' Aid society of tlie Christian church will meet at three o'clock tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. C. S: Farrow. All the ladies of the church, are cordially invited. V A meeting ol the evccuti'.e and Tri- ll, is called for this evening at eight o'clock- at the home T. W. Qiiaylc, 1256 Sixth Ave. HE WAS NOT. .IN I, -_.. APOLOGY Meilicinq Fish; llio second time-' hi'a CHANGE OF MAY RUMOR Toronto, Onl., Feb. AjderniBn jtfcc rcpoa from Kegina, Iliat llcv. A. (Oiincll i was ejected from the -tlty heetinp the afdermati was called upon by flavor Brorch'-to-anologire for his. ac- tions in the former meeting, OL which today was part, andi.oit his refusal, a city .'police -was; called in and asked the alderman to walk out him. This Alderiniu -Maclean did, Icavln? i lie .council ctnmuer with the iiolicemftn's. hand on his arm.' K. Burko, editor of tbo Catholic lieg- The Ladies' Aid of Fifth Ave- nue Uaptist church will racel at the homo pi Mrs. Green, 1425 Sixth Ave., NT..-on at three o'clock. Members arid Iriends are ask- ed to turn out in goodly numbers, as ii.iporfarit business must be settled. "As You Lite It" was cleverly read at St. Cyprian's A.V.P.A. on Mon- evening. The different characters 'were, well interpreted hy members of Mr. II. M. Young, lately ol Boston, the sode-iy. Next Monday night the has arrived in the city to take charge regular missionary evening will be of vocal atsd piano leaching at the-b'eld.. Conservatory oi Ji'jsic. I r The'Quarterly Official Hoard of Wcs- Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith and 1 ley church will hold Its third meet- daughters leave one week from fo- 'trig of the year this evening at eight morrow on a two months' trip, lo'o'clock in the- church partor. A full attendance is desired. The .Home Economics section of the diathesis club_will meet- promptly at four-thirty, tomorrow afternoon at the Manual Training school, .when Miss Leak will lecture on iats and oils. V Sail Lake City and California points. -McNicol will be a bridge hos- tess on Thursday evening, when the honor guest will he Mrs. Wooley-Dod, of Calvary. 4 Mr. and Mrs. J. Glemster.-.Mr. aad Mrs. J. Harris, nnd Mr. and Mrs. R. Long were Lcthhridge visitors ih had lienfd nothing whatever present visiting at thinks that It !s merely j her home ID Gall, Onl., stales that a tumor. Asked if he Iha'Hev. Father raulnl'ned the appointment was made officially frpiu Rome lie would, no alter- native. bigger. Inducements than e'veri We have added the following tempting morsels to our Bargain Feast: MISSES' SERQE DRESSES U, 16 and IS years, brown and bluu. -...the minute, Clearing' ANOTHER LINE nine and whlto check Skirt with neat Ulue Serge Coaleo, very effective. Worlb Clearing CHILDREN'S SERGE DRES3ES From 4 years to 12 years. now.sooils: clear- ing at off- M 1'rlces range from to LADIES' VMtS AND DRAWERS1 iJ: We wero asked Saturday, if wo had slolcnj t goods. Can't he iliiplicatB'd for -'1C On sale at ANNOUNCEMENT Our Hoys nro hero; blgqor and tbnn 'over, lirlng the i 6UR NEW MEfi'8 SUITS JUST IN FOR THE ADIES: Criipe Cloth In allithe, shades, Frilling and Shadow Laces'. Aak to ho shown the new in .Walsti, The 'Westminster--.Guild, of Kr.ov ing B.3 "The Safe- inks Miss Dieccth were much appreciated. Men's Negligee Shirts of Quality A Nobby Shir! adds yrcally to a man's (ippcaranci-. have a Jine collection of moil's siniirl, JH-VV, finely hundereil Neg- lige an undesirable slyle, pattern or coloring in Hie entire offering. Shirts Ilia! are cut tu kind that give yon r, neaf ami dressy appearance. Materials iiie.. Scotch Prints, Ceylon Flannels and silk arid wool mixture's in plain textures ami neat de- signs. Cut in'popular shir! slyle. Head- these particulars: Newest Effects I'iQ stripes and noat ta aU the newest Frencb Prints, Ceylon FJanrel and Bilk and some ivlth-collars to style; all sizes. Plain Colors Hliin colored effects In soft mercerized material, ecCL cuffe. Coloriugs arc fawn, blue and grey. Cut in coat (9 Oft style. Sizes l-i'.i'to These Dress Shirts Plain Pleated atid Plqoe Shirts in ueat deEigcs' for dreEB and ordinary V-ear. A Shirt that will Etyle. All sizes Plain Greys Here's a Eipart style Shirt.-cut from" plain grey union flannel, soft, collar1- acd' aoU double cuffe. A fine soft Shirt that _C CH Slzea 14 to I i3U she expects to return- about the end of i( Mrs..J. at ho'sf. less of a little afternoon bridge-'to- utorrow, in courtesy Bod, of Calgary, who is Mrs. J. 0. Wilson's guest. "Mrs. F. R. Fisher reluriLed. thi at- f ternooti from Medicine' Hat', accom- panied hy Miss Dorothy Xib'lock, who will he a guest with Mrs. C. F. P. Conynearc at- Hiverview. w .Mrs. S. J. Shepherd .was hostess' .his afternoon of a. small .bridge, ia honor of Mrs. Wooley-Dod, of Cal- gary, who is with Mrs. J. O. Wil- son, and-.Mrs. Foster, who is wiln icr daughler, Mrs. J; W. McN'icol. .The last.of the pre-l.tnfen'Assemhly lances, which was to have been, held on Friday evening next, ihns been postponed until JJlh, when the affair will take the form of a bal poudre. 3t Miss Agnes Hendrie entertained at tier horr.e-3ast evening, in honor' at her birthday. (James and dancing were enicyed, the serving ol dainty' ,vi- concluding the bright aftair. Those present included the Jlisses Brown, I.oggM, 3Iahon, Still, Wil- liams and Messrs. Proctor, Mahon, Williams, Downer, Harris, SOCIKTY DOINGS IN' MACLKOD Miss Beatrice Dooerer was :fh8 hos- tess last week ol a dcllghtfal ' in honor, o! the guests from oiijt o! town, covers being laid for' 111st Phyl- lis Dunsford, ol is visi1ing''her E. Grey'; MUV IlaVel lon, B. C., whn jg holidaying her parents'; Miss Jones of Jarvls, Ont., who is visiting Mrs.. Leather; Miss Uoyle ol Maple Creek-, who is visiting Miss Bruce; Miss Irene llrtice and Mrs. V'. C..A..Mof- f.att.- The table was artistically alcd with cut flowers. Mrs..A. ttvf'ot her'lricntis at a Itt.tic eucliro last week in honor --of. ndr guest, -Miss Jones, the priie'for brie Imnds hcir.g won by Mrs. A.! H. ,AI- lon aiiH lor points hy Miss'Dunsbrii find MH. W. C. A. Mpifatt, thejprm- wionir.g on the draw, the c'o'nscia- tica jjsh; taken by Mrs. flrey. In the MiVisg Mrs. leather was) .by Miss i.llilo atfif Miss At tto !ft3t the Ciirls-of Ma'cleod.'thc- omcers-ifor tb.' rusaiag elected as-lpl-; Torch bwrfr, Miss M. a e a well attended meeling jilir.ilay ni- Icrn.oon and completed arratiRcments for -iheir lea anJ spcial in the parish hallr toinoVrow--at --eix- thirly. A good musical program is he- ing arranged, and tbc ladies are spar- ing no sflorls to mate" iiie affair .at- tractive. Hose Martin and Alico ladies decider1, to ent to se'.v lor a sale otiwprki faster week. The serving of light re- resbments .concluded the meeting. j'-jftV i The i Civic club wilt hold a irogrfssive card party in the S.O.E. mil on Monday r.iglil next, in aid of: :he fund lor the girls' rest They look for fhe hearty support of :he citizens generally in view of the vdrfhiness ol the object. I'rizei' will :e and refreshments served, and a general good time is.assured. A preliminary meeting of the young icople of Westminster church was leld on -Monday of last week for the purpose of discussing the advisability }1 organizing an Cpworlh Leagtie. A ull1 discussion was entered into as to the best methods oi conducting such an organization, after which the pas- tor. Rev. J. B. Francis, gave his views as to tie best policy to follow to successfully run a ing'ihaQT new ideas. It wae decided to meet again the following'Mor.dij'. This meeting was held last night at the parsonage, with Rev. J. li. Fran- cis in the chair'. .7hc following offic- ers were'elected for the year Hon. J. B. Frar.cis; President-Mr. II. H.-Bruce. First A. An- ne Us. Second Cow- an. Third Vice-Preaidcnt Miss Leih Simm. Fourth McV.vea. Shaw. Corresponding J. B. Francis. bor (S) To gel- into fouch with all. great industrial 'disputes; (9) abolition of the Sweating. System (10) Strict observance tlie one day's restUn eeveo tfor'all workprs (11) Restrictions 'oi employment.'o! I married; women (12) Protection from accidents, injuries and occupational diseas'Ps rights and 'jiis- tice for men in all stations o? Ufc (U) Extension ol old age pensions; (15) Promotion oi international peace.. At the conclusion of the paper a spirited discussion of the'subject was entered into. Next Monday evening the mailer under consideration will of.legislation fii -the lettertuenf ot ecbnb'riiical FELL SIXTY FEET AND WILL RECOVER Miiineapolis, Feh._. M'red- htiry, ol this city, was knocked sense- less on a bridge, thrown to the ice sixty ieet blow? and rescued by a Usso. He. is riow in the hospital and is esptcted to recover. COWAN'S SOLID CHOCOLATE' MAPLE BUDS The .wholesome NOVELIST 74 YEARS OLD MARRIES AGAIN! London. Feb; the Britfeh noreltst, today married; Miss pugdale, his and typist. Mr. Hirdy's llrat wife -died' In 1M2. He Is In his 74th year. :-i.; liulltr. It was further..decided lo hold 'a social evening next Monday, the de- '.M; a' wlitchrwcre-le'it- in the hands ol Miss nuckes, Miss Shaw; Miss Cowan and Mlas Collier. A special in- vitation (o Join Is givfn all interest- ed, .At the meeting ol Wesley Kpwi'tti League, held last evening a rapcr was glren on "The Ruty.of the Church In the-coming'-Economic crisis." The .T.-fls ptfpared nla, but ha was unable (o be present, and Rev. Cohbledick read the paper. Koir.o'ol Iha points riR'elt upon by Mr. Dennis were a< follows: (1) The duty of thft.chilrch to remain inclose contact, vlth thc.coijinion people (J) The duty jo bring In everybody, (rlng that nothing is too good for Christ, anJ no one 'too bad (.3) The Church should make the incomer feel Is to The vision of the necesiary iostltuilou and societies to oRMt the eflett ol (rj'e counter Tfctit- '.rnilon to all OSesi'of poverty coni- under our notice; (S) ProTUlon greater educational (acilltles lor iiroh idlitfcn'ti -A'ttcirtlon' to leatrictlon of cklld h- Regina is Coming All The Way From Switzerland Sec window R. A. Wright's Fsonetr Jeweller 5th Street South ;