Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
THU Not r Mr Mr VYiiin OeuJ Satu Me Milt ictif Ami MARCH 1911 THE LKTHBIUDUK U AIL Y iSEK.Vi.'J I'AGE NINK MILADI Phones ReilllS- Office 1224 omoirow will follow, v.hicti is certain to If greatly enjoyed; J U llc-jtet are rv-1 The Fiis.1 Aid Kiel Wllv from a WedMwiay'adriuoou with Mi- IMunroe, 137'i SKlli Ave A. Must Yf c I0( the tiinc ivas spent iu seiving for Use Kaster t-ale, and, after tl-.e trans- action ol a little routine business, a "Duti-h" luucli was served hy the hostess. Ttis was as inviting as it was uniiiur, .and tin' ladies tliorough- Iv enjoyed il. Hair) of ,re with Mr. and Mis. reluui home on TI' is at present artin. ol .Macleod. will, Isatu day lo visit her! Wcst.ninbler l.a.l.e, A'd L I McNicol Wcdccsdav afternoon with Mrs. .I. It. s._.l. H. M. a( A poodly Jis. Fuller, if Hi ped home yesterday WEEK-END BARGAINS THAT WARRANT GREAT SAVINGS FRIDAY and SATURDAY I A Most Remarkable Disposal ofSOc Jap. Taffeta Silk at 20c yd. I'roiopi at Friday morning are us. sale In :il per >aril ,1 win, Mrs J. H. Mur- i' Iks. MellU. of iriovv to spesnl a week or j ''Sts.ot Mr. j and Mrs. K.. j Mr. Iwas oper; HIP tial ated on for ap- alt hospital' yes-1 e is pro- K Mis. Fred Ford was hostess nf a two fable bridge ou Wednesday alier- nron, in courtesy to Mrs- C. Harry Fov, of Winnilifs. who is Mrs. (ieorgc Stai-ey's etiesf: 'fie was liv Mis. F. W.1 ilownrr. Powner, Westminster llnuss, invited the members of ffomra's Civic Ulnb to home t-'tnnrrow nlternoop. at three o'clock-, t.> make violrtji to be sold on Waster Saturday for tiie llirls' Hcst Room pro'cct. Kitry. nicmlier invi'ttd In be present. is cortliallr Dr. Allan lianliiu, formerly of Mcntreal, time has been nat-trriologisl to His Majesty the of Slam, has joined the. faculty o! the I'nivetsity ol Aiherta. Dr. llankin is a. brother of Mr. Norman ItauViji and is in Cat.aila shorl'r from the east. liAMMOSli-SllKKTS A ijuift bill pre'lty weddiag. was snleinnizcii at manse ttiis morn- in; al elevcii'ulclurli V' Hie Bev. A. Snrnh llc- becca Sheets'-Si.as' loin til in marriage 10 Mr. Uober'j Hammond, hntli oi Hirdsjhplni, Alia. 5lr. ar.il 51fs. Ilarnmond will make honm.ai. Birdsholm where is prospVro'is rariCl-.er. ranged for I he combined men and women's concert Apiil lulh. Ar- rangements were also juade fur hold- ing the annual meeting ncxl montL. 'I lie serving of dainty vianils closed n pleasant afleii.oon. The Letbnridge Tennis club meet- int" at Sherlock Block tonight Eiiould be lalgely attended, as im- pbitant unainefs "HI con-.e up. A biieclal and very important busi- ness meeting of Wesley Ladlos' Aid will ho held at 3.30 tomorrow af- Urnoon. Kvery member Is urged lo be present. The annual ccnjiegitioual social" ol Kr.ox church was held last niiht large number of members and rlenrls met together. For the first sour the Sunday school orchestra rraCered selections while those ariiv- ine had social intercourse. At 8.45 the following program was enetcred upon 1'iano Cameron anil Mrs. IV. J. Nelson. The Church in Hie .K Higinbotliam. Sitnm. The Church in the A. G. Cameron. Violin K. F. Knos iiianse tas the scene n[ jirelty wedding at five o'clonk WcJn'esitay nluinoon, -ahen the Her. marriage. Calgsry, .The Church in the Future-Mr. J. Wilkic. V- K. Fiemin'g. A. 1J. Oibson..; Selection by Quartette. Address by Rev. nrynn. A. S. Selection and rromenadc." ndreshnicols. Votes of E. C. Mac- Keniie. -Aiild Lahg "Jlr. Hlginhotham in his sketch wra1 back 3D years aridVpointed ont that union was a present fact then, as the minister of took Ihs services in turn! The first service iu l.clhbriilge held in the bar room o! the. old Letlibriilge House with tlie billiard as a pulpit. Mr. Cameron pointed out thai there is no time like the'present, and that A. (J. Cameron in MIES Hilda oi formerly b.l.-Mille llnehc, present only is hail to til Mr Orval Klmef Wehli, ol against not so much a Alia. church going people as a r.on-going Mr. and Mrs. Webb will reside at tlie jruom is a pros- pcruua business in.asj. Clubs anr! Snciclics Tti- Flower Guild will -visit the 'Jail hosiiilal as us'ial at three o'clocV tomorrow afternoon, Kiiov'Sujiday school orchestra will supply Ir-e p'nwic at tl.e social, io ho Klvcn toaijlil- in St. AinlreK's church by choir anr! Christian The Aid of tiie Christian rhurcli met -Aitn Mrs. A. C. Price on Wednesday.aftertinufi, when plans for 1he Kaster ivork were, outlined anil Ihc regular monthly routine business transacted. Later 3 sCclal hour was enjoyed over Ihe tea Clips ivfcfn in- rcfrejhmenft. served hy the hostess. The-lectuie to be fiven by llev. .1. K. llughson on Mor.day night in Wes ley cliurcli t.n "The. Laws of Laujtli- ter" promises to be a great- success A select musical program will he irn tiered, and a reception and social lime church. Mr. Wilitie showed Ihal the tulurc oE Ihe cliurcli was assured if each in dividual assumed his, present duty. Kmy year Ifce sphere df the- "churcii was reaching out in a ivider field, ;inil (he result would only uc'for Bopd'ps lealiicd day by day the strong and slgniric.int part that il musl o hold Ms right position in this great, development. Mr. Brian'dealt with some of the iroblems that the chuuh must take ts share in solving and ivhich ly aficcted the welfare of Its people >ntl greetings from his congiegation. WANT PRISON FARM AT BRANDON Brandon, Man., March Grand Jury, In their presentment tbls inornlnr. spoke most hlglily of conditions found at the provincial Jail, hospital and asylum. .They ag- ain recommended tlio acquiring of a prison farm. Tlie case ol Wm. .lackson. ah cMer- ly man, charged with Indecently as- saulting an Klkliorn girl under seven- teen years of ago, la proceeding. 'The Laws of Uughteir Popular Lecture; Wesley Church by Rev. J. E. Hughson, B.A. Monday, March 16th, Select Musical Program Social Reception and Refreshments 25 Handkerchiefs Just 35cper Doz. dozen of these Enuwy white Hemstitched Handker- chiefs, make excellent Eciiool handkerchiefs .for the little folks. ily. per'dozen SEE THEM IN THE These Gloves on Sale- Just 45c pair Ladies' Lisle Uloveg in white ;iuJ chauiois. im-h Sizes i! to lii'Jth wort- the virice are afbiiJe. pair Ladies' Fancy Belts Hurry oi't i.rkeh two lines. fcUVf Great News of Week-end Specials in the Men's Wear Section Pure Linen Towels 35c per pair Tomorrow Fine quality pure linen Huck Towels In this week end flurry. BUO ISiS'J. very soft anil ab- sorbent, 5'j dozen only 35C Per pair WWU Palm Olive Days in the Dry Goods Depl. i United iiuinuer ol cakes of Palm Olive Soap to put on at Ihis.ts- ce tlonal price We rctiuire customer's name on postal. One lot oi-ly to each g purchaser at this price. 2 cakes for........................................ Watson's Underwear at Just Half Price rnUtTweai1 in faciuuf made ii: natural color, jr.iiv fine ribbPd auJ in all Uvular suit. Friday and CA Engineers Shirts Men's Navy Ulue Shirts in smart slyle Tilth two tnrn-duwn i-ciiars to cut full size. All tlzes lo IS. Ilegular values J1.2V 1-VIday ff 4 Art and Sati.iday ......................-........fl I .UU Black Cashmere Half Hose Men's ii'-ire wool black Half Hcse, sood hard wc quality, with spiic-ed heels and toes, in fizcs 1C1-1- and 11. Vliilo'tliey li'St 5 pnirs for...... Boys' Felt Hats 65c An in Hoys' Felt Hats that should j.iove ab'.tt at this New teletcoiie style in natty Ijsowit and grtun aliadei. ftegular Sot. Kiiday -OE-% ___________________and Saturday OOC Items of Interest from the Grocery .Section for the Economical Housewives Tomorow High-Grade Groceries-Low Prices-Phone 313 OS pound sack of Robin Hood OO Qf% 45 pound sack of Itohln Hood ctl EH 21 pound sack "JOfi Robin Hood Flour I OU o pound pail Swill's Lard 3 pall Swift's" bird 49c Royal Crown Soap, two boxes M [iDuuds C1 1C Smith's want- C. Sugar I I w 75c "S pounds Robin Huod Rolleii Oats 3 lins Red Salraois, cue jioimil size eil flavors, five pound jiail Smith's -Marmalade. !LTd...........56c -IQc Oranges on- i sale. Corset'Covers on Sann the Ladies V--1'i'ladies', fine.white .Covers, trimmed Kith dainly tas draw- strings, very Saturday Friday and Saturday Will be Busy Days in Our Shoe DepL Boys' Box Calf Blucher. and Bal Boots Boys' liox Colt Bools iu -lilucher and Hal styles; smart. stylish shapes and easy fitting lasts, splendid for school or -street wear. Sizes 1 to 4'.i ff< QQ .91.Q9 Sateenfjjtnderskirts Smart new alylc in f Jwlies1 Bluek Saleen -Vni -.ivllh ten incli Also a lino vritli lustre; tops ana sateen frill. lines are sood values ill Sl.iiti. Friday nud Saturday Infants Bootees Silk Underskirts White Wool Hoolees for infant regular linos uorlh tip to Sac. Some styles arc hnnd knitted in fine Berlin wool, all good value. I-Yiday and Saturday, pair vwy Silk Underskirts In sinart new spring colors as grey( navy, black, Ian and cadet. Cut in latest fashions and worth up to '55.60. Krlday and CO QC House Furnishing Specials 35c Floor Oil Cloths Just22c Heavy, quality Imported Floor Oil- cloths, good colorings ar.d designs, most- ly tn neat Ilio effects, limited quantity qualities, per yard CCC Axminster Mats Heavy Pilo Axralnster Mat's, In frocd designs and coio'flngs, eoiJJ val- no at one of these QC tills week end I Cocoa Door Mats Here64c Keep tlie mud where it belongs, out- side Use house; Imy one. of lliese i Door Man, slzo regular :rriday and Saturday Jap Mats 30c Oriental, Floral and Conventional de- signs in strong Jap- Matting Hugs, good colorings, size .Friday Qflft and Saturday.................. Itegular ?3.50 Misses' Box Cali Bluchers These Scliool 8lioes .for Boi Calf in Blucher ityle: Sizes 1 1 tp 2, rcgiiliii- -S2.00. .4 Girl' Chiklvon' Men's Smart Style Oxfords Clean-up or odd lines In Men's tan and black Oxfords, all good shapes and com- forlaHc fittins lasts, secular CO up to 45. Fililay and Saturday Men's Blucher Boots Just Leather lined Blucher Roots for mon. Just twenty-five pair In this lot. colors o( tan and Heg. Ji.OO BJO value. Saturday Phone 613 Wine and Liquor Phone Department Specials 613 McEwen's Pale Ale- 1 Doz. pints Well known brand MeEwen's'Import- ed Palo Ale on fialo this week C< end, 1 dozen I Bottle of Oid London Dock Port Just 75c Guineas Stotif I Doz. pints Oitincss' 13 an drink end a splendid tonic. Regular 52.50 per %2 flfl 1. pinis Bottle of Old London Dock Sherry Juit 7Sc rMzcs 11 TQ oj.uy. -a ma i Girlvs 8 to 10, ri-g. -51.25 Ii Chiklvon's o to 7, rcg. .Sl.uO.99c'- Special For The Smoker Hudson's liny Brand" BnRr Pipes, to. go on sale. TheJe are' guaranleeo not lo burn; are silver mounted. The best plj.c yon can purchase at SOc In tlie regular way. Friday and Saluraay CVw DAINTY SPECIALS IN THE TEA ROOMS FOR TOHORH6W GET .THE .APRIl. BUTTERICK SHEET OF STYLES FREE linz that of entrrins Uall-.uisl I or.c portion of key was amone and a Hvp. gallon can of coal Ihc eltccts, while Ihe ol'ier patl was ._. Tl-n Anlriat' tiTil EVIDENCE ALLEGING THEY EN- lEftES. BATHURST OTHER CHARGES i. Ales GiUlirUt and Main, ctiarg- cd on several of romsnittisi? rctty Ihefls in.ll.e districts in and aroiinii Diamond C'ily, commit- oil anil lanterns. Their prelim- inary hearing way continued this af- ternoon hflnrr Inspector Unrisar at wrMrts ori rltargcs of Ihclt from the'Citizens Lumber company ar.d of stealing front other places, miring the r.CAring yesterday after- noon, t'neip considerable diparf- slon over .in entry', of the 'prisoners1 effects at 'fltf tiryc nf their arrest. four fn the- poor session of one of Ilie suspected men, and it is elaiined hy tin1, poliee that they f.fteil'.n lock on the properly .of wine, (hie of the'keys in the lock. Tlie entries' had been corrected in tlie book, frohi two keys to foiir keys, and Mr. Sinit'n, counsel for the accused, de- manded dial the method and cause of the change be brought to lifchl. The matter was finally straightened out to his catiF.fMtion. DENIES GRAFT CHARGES Vancouver, D.C.. March worts Superintendent Maddison has denied all graft.charges made agnlns him in connection ultli cliEirgCa tlia he nas paid lo recommend Ilio goods CALGARY PHYSICIAN WHO WAS BEHIND BOSTON DINER IS HELD LIABLE I he'first "allowed himself tfl be reprc-. senled aa partner in the concern, by. enabling Camptcll, vroprielor, lo get-- more credit from the were pliinlifls in the action to recov-j er nearly H.OOO debts owing hy Hi'.', j Boston Diner, when it (ailed, four of, I Ihc accounts were luled out as i cor.tracini previous (o thai time. S 'lie I ENGLISH-SPEAKING CANDIDATE ted tol Uial on'one. cliarcc Ibis roorD- hrokfn, ar.d il was claimed Ihnt ol a certain supply concern. the'lJosfon friner, contracted aflc'r -cnU. Kay. 15, last, nhrti the jury agreed run osain.