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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, March 17,1013 THE �.ETHBRlI>,fiE DAILY HERALD Page 0 r*l ADl^F JP* The LadiesVStore V>Ji�iUr\A\jn^�4 OC V^V^� Phone4S3 -Acjidia Block AMb^ ^ttiifcti\p Cillecti^ Easter Heaiwear I f Just cleared fi'oni the customs, and on display tomorrow for the first f. time. Stocks offer sMections .of more than two liimdred styles, ftesh troin , : ->4he /jiands, leadiitg Arijerican designers-all ohara0terized::,by\^implioity fT beo0miug&ss anil'extreilnelyjmodeira^ ..'rp-^""}' tdJ13.50 Lov6ly trimmeld'jhapos and h�nd m�.�e hats at prices lower by f�r than-ever ask-, ed'b4for� toir tutii oxi{uVtiite orMtlohs^ featuring the small shapes with'stiok-gp tHmmlngs, a* well as the- larger ahapea whioh are also very much In vogue for dressy wear. No two alike. All special values. Easter (iloves and Neckwear, Corsets and Hosiery IN UNUSUALLY LABGE AND COMPLETE ARRAY We have given particular attention this season to selection of these little things-things, which, while small 'in th^iiiselvea, add much to the completeness of the new spring outfit. TREFOUaSE KID GLOVES Every 'pair guaranteed. UM ADJUSTABLE LACE YOKES for any low heck dress.' 50c to $2.00 SILK AND 9UEDE' COFi-aCTS in highest qualities , $8.00 81LK BOOT HOSIERY In all the wanted colors. 50c DOOSKIN WALKING GLOVES In. all the wanted sizes. 95c COLLAR AND CUFF SETS for wearing on coats. $1.25 to $3.50 LA DIVA CORSETS Guaranteed not to hreak^ $2.50 to $5.00 SILK LISLE HOSE in excellent qualities. 35c to 75c Easter Stocks of Ready-to-Wear Garments ^Vere never so large and varied, as ithese we offer this season, prices in every iqstance are marked low enongh to give yau (honest and satiafaotory value for every dollar apent and have met with the hearty approval, as have the garments themselves, of hijndreds ot women who have already chosen their Easter wear here. Up to the present we hay? aolcl double the number of suUs, coats and dresses of any previous season, Whiph In Itself It sufflclent e�(denod.-thi�^ . Ing of .thei.,T;a?l'fi;-ApfprBSlieagi Weston aeema'.i6*'b6.-'4(oln|r,'biL fully end"'-''- '-'"-"� " ofilolal dra*h popular ip^ndenpo Increase nitronal mHitai-y aeWlce.VwhlpV. Sj^JWrfr^^^^ the'stork i^eant it pare^tJy Itf^received Fltb-%�uohira�')iiiiLq9 ^'^^ of A'uBten Ob�m^r|al^,>5�tQr^a5^//at th^ annual m^^tlng bf' the thrift; 1^�- f^auae Mrs. Jones ;jjlreiidy,;got , '-L, u j.>A*AHjrfy� children and Ml�a''jaokson haan'l ah; jhdW^h^^at thrmb4x6f.;f?^^^a .Inji^ onerwudge. country bbs hefin impWiled thatTiwd;' -  mbtm' prekip-U,':itmw, Pooled h�- 'VThls isn't Uke t|i� bread mother jmateBB," said the youpg atvrrled man. ffrm LsRfue'- tli�re "wer* ^eyt^UttaXif^i]! "flo you are going to start that, are o'f:'-lndlgeBtion''�kt the �changMpf Jfolfpy ^you?" . regMdlPir; foott'fkxil*. : "I (�was merely congratulating you. Ghiiitpl\h,^Wh9"'prea�iedpT0teoUoii!oi'^ ;Mother n^ver was ai^^ry gtioa bread-years befor?'^ Joseph 'Chaiabj0irl[&1n,. .maker.*;'-WashJngtoH'-Stan'r^ declared last night tha.t it was' useless to pretend there was peace whea thwe was nothing of the sort. Referring to th� 'Canadlsiii prSposals; ha saidi "No more generous offer has l.been made -Samuel I-over. ,'  �  Not receiving tomorrow: Mrs. J. {r. Robertson, hut on ThurS day Instead. . , ,   � Mrs. Ev G. Cooper, Fourth avenue, who was a Coutts visitor last week, has retiir'ned home. - * * � Miss "VValtAn, of Belleville, Ont., is th.e-8iss'; of, her sister, Mrs, Stanley Kirkham. * * Her mahy friends will be very glad to know -thati Miss Helen McKillop is Improvingvery favorably. Rev. Mr. Hayerflph;of Innisfail, will occupy the pulpit of. the Fifth av.-enue Baptist Church dn EttStSr Bay. ' Mrs. Creorge Stacey is entertaining af dinner this evening, when covers will be laid for the members ot the office staff of the Stacey Lumber Co. � �  Miss .JfcLaren .and Miss Hoey, of Macleod, were . weelt-end visitors in the city, the latter conttlbuting ,a splendid piano selection at Miss Archer's recital on Saturday evening. * � � Rev. Mr. Milton, ot Dldshury, who preached in the Fifth avenue Bap,-tist Church yesterday, returned' honie this morning. 'While in the city he was a guest with^Mr. and Mrs. P. Cain, 627 Sixteenth street "North. '� �  An enjoyable ' social function will he held this evening at the home of Mrs. "William Ingram, Poui-th avenue; when the members of the Mathesis Club will entertain their husbands. The affair will be St. Patrick in character and programme. *   Rov. C. B. McKlnnon will spend a couple of weeks In Blairmore before, going to Swift Current, where.he has accepted a call. He will preach his first sermons as pastor in Swift Current two weeks from Easter Day, * .�.  � The Conservatory ot Music auditorium was taxed- to its capacity on Saturday evening, when- the vocal pupils ot Miss Ursula Archer, la a pleasing recital, demonstrated their Evbolity as soloists,' showing- evidence 6t the excellent training received. MX �the pupils taking part acquitted themselves well, but the favorite numbers appeai'od to be the solo "The Land of Home," by Master Jlmmle Kingston; tlie duet, -"The Woodhlrds' Song,v by. Misses Grtty and Buchanan; the solos by Miss Galvln and Miss. Freeman, Mr. Rose and Mr. Robertson > the duet, "When the 'Wind Blows in From the Sea," hy Miss Galvln and Mr. Rose, and the quartette "Lullaby," by m/s. C. R. Young, IWiss Freeman, MIsb iLaf-ferty and Miss G. Tahor. The others,'Who appeared on the programme, were the Misses Nim-mons, Rogers, Washbrook, Whittall, Hlginhotham, and Delay. The. piano numbers by Miss Geogehan, Mrs. Hood, and Miss Hoey were much enjoyed. , It was regretted that owing to 111 uess, Mrs. F:E. Fisher was unable to take part -in the programme as announced; Miss Ruth Freeman kindly substltutpd m her place. Before, the cltise of the evening the pupils presented their capable and efficient . teacher with an Immenise shower of crimson carnations, caught with white satin streamers. SEE HUDSON'S BAY SPECIAL EASTER AN-NOUNCEMENT ON OPPOSITE PAGE CLUBS AND SOCIETIES' The A. y. P. A. of St. CypTlah's Church have cancelled their meetinig for this-evening. -. The .Prolheon sowing class will meet tomorrow evening with Mrs. T, S: F6tterly,. slze'.JiottJeSof HAY'S HAIR HEALTH (ana-^ 2 fikk^eof HAR-FINA SOAP PR?)E1. for |1.00. Thursday at 8 a.m., and' ma-tins at 11 a.m. on- Good Frldayy.''.with ' even-song at 8 p.m. ; The. A.-of.St. Augu'stln'fl qh.urch .will nieet-at 3.30 tomdri'ow aHernoOn!: AM this 4s'" the last -tegular meeting, beforfe the saie' on Saturday :aftt S.jfo at the Nursing^ IviiSfi^Sh.' All tl&� members affe*-urged U>';Att�M'.Wiitn-portant hqalness is to^H tratiilao}M. Mr. Diter WllLgl^e a tftljt^on missions at WeBley Bpwbrtk Leftjsue ;thlB eveninfe. ' : V , ' ' Mr. S. S. Dunham Will, take the topic "What Science and COEan\6r6e are to Missions" at the We^ttSiltl^l^Jr Guild meeting of Knox ; Chiuw^^thjs'i: evening. - ' '^tf" iRiyHURTiy MISHAP Calgary Car Jumped Track oft Sleep Riverside Grade-In- i juries not Serious ' Calgary, March 17.-Crowded with passengers, mostly women coming in'- . to the oity'for their work, oar Noi': 28, .a. Tuxedo, park special one of the.iT ;dinkje type broke away from Motor-: man W-; J-^ TTuspn, while descending ; -the steep grade at the foot of Fourth, street east and rushing twenty miles-. hour-.around the sharp curve af tlie hot^oni, of the steep 'hill, left tSe-'; tracks'-^about 10 feet beyond , the tijrij; and smashing; into a telegraph pole;; ^ turned on its side, injuring at leasV thirty persons. f^j - Luckily,, the injuries were in moii.; -instances o! a minor character, an^' ' with the; exception of Donald. Mabet-ly, 242 Nineteenth aVetfue north-wes^i who 18 lying at the Qen�cal hospltati( suflering vith what may be ipternai.  In uries, most ol the victims weriS': either able to continue to;thelr wotU'? � or to proceed to their homes in cont;. veyanoes furnished by the city. .1'.; a CHARGES RESULT IN A SHAKtUI Pittsburg, Marohi 15.-Charges pV-t^^- "'^^^ immorality, d!*unk�nne8s and laooi^i;.! petency against the Pittsburg Vb^^ lice force brought; to public attentiqa^,'-recently througln. jRn, -lnv�Btlgat}on ofy � the department and In charges befoi^".. th� council, had a Bensational afte^i " '*! math today. ' V Practically all - the- higher official^?c; of the polic� foroOj Including magi'pl*:.. tratea, were transferred X;',{'i olUhed, the incumbents. bWn'g reduoJ,|i,| 9d to captains; - oaptalns were madj^ys lieutenants,'and lleutenant�i�ergeian^jjji'';' Seven members of the d�teotlv� forc'^j *, were reduced to special * of fleers/iffik': plain clothes, or put in usifoi;Bi^as iMt^- n irolmen.' One inspector, one of-tlift^ highest positions in, th� police de.pan(*|!i niijnt, was given a leave of abBenc'e| ] And luiMber resigned. - M*l >- i\ A -few days ago the distant supArt ^ �� i Ihit^ndent, of police.'voluntarily-.;r.4|4;' signed oi^ a pension.- , ^ The chkn^ made tonight, the moi^t i renaa^kabte In the hlatbiry ot l:h� PUw,-' ,s ,,� bur'g f ,1 .-'ywfctv;.^?,;^, 'riff 1 >i f., 4"- mi 89 7371 ;