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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 8ji(iirl�. ttmltiN nil lor inHiiy itthrr piirptwMt. A rwii c� HAI.NOI Mit.U I^VKftVwilRltR E W.GI LLETT CO. LTD.TOR0NTO,ONT. EDITED BY PHONES Office - -  1224 Retldence -  620 white TliiU means silvor, licju ! Hiokcy sweetly snng "Killarney", and Xol salislicrl witli having examined, was accompanied perfectly on the vio- "tried on," priced, admired and eri- liti hy Miss Moore. In response to ticizeri nearly every hat ii' Lrth- her encore she sang "Tl'pcrary." Maa- hridfrc, the ''crazi wuk .still on" tcr Billy Cleary recited "God sav� when 1 went dr>\vn to (heiil. leslerday from a ot ihr e^i months pj^jjjpj...j^ (duratlcn nl their former hnme in ' � . . ' .\o'itifickl, .Minn. nd the hrifiht .shades of pinks, dahlia sif^ui, yhr most expensive "Kitty of f'urrnsf','' doligtitfully, her i .Sl:2.'> ml. The .�.�.erau;e tailored lixiue ranged from twiwilv tivi; (o t/iiriv-tivc dollars and the dres^: hats wereiiom thirty-five to fiftv. iUil then, I �taried lo lell von about The Lethbridpe Milliucry Company's opening 'Miss Scolt tfif* ti-a-son lias bought an unusually iar!J,e stock and sa\'; .she expects to be be.iutiful voice lieing heard in tiheni to especial advantage. The insInureiital number on the! program, was rr^ndercd by Mrs. AVil-l son wno w,TS. iiccfiu-panied on the i violin by Mr. Warren, who everyone! IS always pleased lo liear The vival speakers were Masters Ralph Moore and Teddv f'uniiinpham and they did able to of all 01 itj i\er exceptionally welL LAWNS AND GARDENS We are carrying � full atodk Of flower and vegetatile �A^da. We have the best tftrtaUM Ot Sweet Pea fleefls (Hepahit* colorB or mixed) stocked 'In large quantities. Our lawn grass seed Is the beat mixture you can prriteut* for thiB climate. We "are always pleaseS to giw. yon instructions as to the best methods of plaatlns needs sJid the culture ol iplants and If you plant 'oar seeds yon will be well 1>l�aMtl with the reatilts. The TERIULL FLORAL CO. PHONE 577 Car. 4th Ave. A 11th St. 8. Yy^��^; 'Vi-;nsy kp d"cld(' on; ready lo Hcrvc. .\m(I. 5v^J,i^" - ." above all. voii are assured of ilie riehesl. (, cl(>nueti riPMiu Cheese .''or .vour 111 lie dinner or luncheon or siiiip^'i. Ken ibei'c nrc uhn do uol like (lood I'liee^c. -Xiid ihe mu�'. faetidiou.s epicures have .staniixid ihelr iiiarl; o) .tpprov'al on McNauflhton's Cream Cheese. Packed in wbhe opal jars or in piiie tinfoil packai^es, at your Bioccr's. ASK FOR IT AND BE SURE VOU GET IT, .Mrs. I). .A. .McKerriciier'B iiiolher i.Mr.-i. Cartwrighi of Calgary, who l.a.-^ bi-eii vl..i!t,inf; her da-Ughlet Un- several ' weeks, lefi today to vl.sit tor 11 ifliorl time with friends in Pincher Crepk. � \lrs. fltigh IJonnnn entertaitted in Irormally at dinner lust ev^ninp. 'Jlia .host and liOBtesa and Ibelr rJesfs iiiado np uue of Ihe numerous theatre In the selection oi hi'i cro\v 11 liie I Queen has no* ns m'lch latitude as miglit. lie imagined Sin- may, liow-evci, Ijci tasle to the full . Ill the disposal of I la.' icuels, ;lir 'number of ilie aiciies, and genet,il iiiitlincs, ciioosiii.g froiii r.vinaji 11' the, .s^iu.ii'. Tudoi , "^ KOOTENAI FRIIT LANDS Only a few Central Park lotc. left. Prices f ."J-SO to '$.?0 per acre. Terms 910:00 e�eh, balance mont-hly paymeuts. Surveyor's report on each lot. Write for leaflet "C." E. B. MeDERMID NELSON, B. C. i ft'. Piling. ^nEpNAUGllTON DAIRY 0 ��WINNIPEG. 9 MANITORA. inating with four lleur-d.-lts raiseil on .1 circlet of diamuniN. reslmg ou Thi? evniiin.M ilie pupils of .M isf' border of miniver. .vill ssfisi V ith tiic rcciial. rears rrri: hall mark of s( iexti- Fir app^co^ aj. Tests made at the School of PHYSIOLOGY, Dubjin. and reported in the Times, of Sept. 3rd. .Thowcd that BOVRIL is not only a food itself but it assists the assimilation of other foods. It also creates a reserve fund of strength and thus protects the body .igainst colds. cIicIIb. influeeia and other dangerous diseases. she may adopt the loiu-arcli sliape alter the manner o| the .State crown made for .Mar> of iModcti.i, wife of .lames If. The sin.illrr ciitiings oi the t iillinan dianiof.'l, .stnpcndoii;-. jew els in themselves, will be inset in tlic hoops, while the Koli-i-Noor will ap-jiear in the verv (�.nt(>r of the cross over her nuijestv's loiebea.d, all tlic other stones beini; dtan unils I .-I'lie whole oi ihe gcni.s will be I 'I'liis cveniii.:: .Mi-^. William luoiinted on platinum, m llie method ison :in;pparate stones ^^^\\ be cnntaiiieil .i'rompiu proeramme will entertain ,,, ^Kjif,,, (.rafts- I'"" ^'"^'^'��^ "'"�'�"'^ "^^"f"'-'' manship will rednc. ti,, weight to i Miss rtiiih rioiid i.s liic '^uesi of j.Miss Audrey .\eiile for a few dii>.'= l.^l!ss J-'roud came down from Maeleod lyo:-iicrday afternoon to aitend liie op lern la?' ni.!;ht. She expects to \isit iwiih >liss Neale until Monday after noon. boil give a cliaritiing finish to the \^.vpi\ Irish ballad. The p!oceed.s fron-, the entcrtair-.\ nobby lit Mr. suit hat was a ,,p,, ,.,,rp encouraging and will smull .shape, it had deep turned un he added to the building ftmri of St. brim 01 black milan, the pointed i>[|t.rick's church. crown of gray blue satin straw xvas ....-.------'- triniircd directly across the fronl with a large bow with several lo'ops oi coral velvet rifihon centred with a handsome coral ornament .\n evceedii'glv cracefiil hat was a l.irge shape of uliite milan, the oiilv ornamentation being a huge how of cream, mohair braid .�\ serviceable liai for travelling or everv dav wear was a walking shape ot black wings hiitlt of straw fastened .it. one .side with a cahachon of sod CHURCH SERVICES j Christians-Weetlns room 2.30, West � minster Road. Christians meet to remember the Lord, at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. in. Gospel will he preached. Ail welcome. Fii�t Baptist Chvpch-The pastor will preach al 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Siindav School and .\dult Giasg at 12.1.-.. First Church f Christ, B�i�nliat- liiack Tramway braid, with large ^^^^1^^ tomorrow at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. in tSie Royal Bank building. Subieet, Substance. Everyone straw and edged with an inch \ ide cordially invited to attend, acc^rdian pleating of white tat\etH Church of Jesut Christ of Lutter edged with black. Day Saints-Sunday sschool held 10.30 A fant;y chip of siher gray, %-ith a.m. in new K. of P. hall, Round St large rolling brim was elTeclivelv trim Theological study: Doctrines of the Everybody cordially wel- SAFE Canadians in Alaska Coal Frauds Cannot be Arrested * about :i3 oz. A special spring attach- ^p^, .p,,,, ^.j^l, j^ops of steel Church. The :oime ladies inking ibe prin ^^^p,,,^ j,, (.,c!rclc the bead and alTix rmr^n On the brim was an come. -, ports in the drama "Nev.ida, ^.^ .^^ ,, ,.,.1.^,,, i,. ,, a ; f,,^, arrangement or coral St. Mary's Church of England-Cor- ^ iwlii.b is 10 l.e sleadv and comfortable position, is ,,j.p 5,1^^1- n^'" ^^iven and Nanlon streets. .NorUi Coaldale Restaurant N ew Is again under Management GOOD MEALS 25c Roast Cliicken lor Dinner To-morrow Open at all hours clay or night land Jjong. ... .M;;; Stell.n B'lrns arri-ed in the (itv vosierihiv af'ertioor. lo spend the v., Pis' end xviili -'^"^^^ ''�� "'^ St. Patrick'^ coneerl last evening her The verv in:;s is oM ; l,el hbriii;-'' there isn't town win l> .1,1 the back of llie brim an lional dash of daring color that was reitlly (|niie ffiseinaling, was a clus-*� * : ler of yellow and brown hyacinths  isi of llic .pring i>peii- and roses. a,-id uiiK the curif>';ily of �, .� * ,,.|ui'n is s,i! l-lieil, lor. 'I-I.,. riigau'cmeiil i.-; aiinonnced in m.tliiiii or 111.lid in ' London, of Miss .Mabel Wynriham, of I .-lie cares at all about .\lhert.i. I'anada, and lion. Lewis C'btcago, March 18.-d Irish ballads. Miss '^..^j ..^ .,,,ii(nerv shops on tlicir aiinouncetl of Hnnuir Clreenwood, M. ; 30 p_m llanis will probably sin.^ at Si. Pai i-ieiCs ehurcli tomorrow morning. briilgr opening liavt. �|'la- l.eilil.rid'.;e Millinery Cimipanv has for the p.isi three days been he-� "!i n.itrons and \ isitors, ev-iMMine wlioiii have foniiil ainoiiL; ' S-oeieiy |i:iid homage 10 "The Kiss iiim ('.'li' last niaht ,T,rl the ojicra was sie'j,e'; :eiito.\e(l h\ nearly evf-ry socicf.- mail The fair ihc will 111.'-en .-iiid large stocti ni.iii\ . .\dii!ir,ibli' rii'.it lon.s. I It 1-. ou- o!il ia\orite nav\ bbie itniigemenis and ornaments were es ; peciall.v- plaliomte. .Several large and Ismail sunper y.'arlies were .aiven liy n iniinil'cr of Ihr young matrons to llJC j.voutiier S'^t after Ihe llieatrc ing and evening. Sunday school end Adult Blhle class at 12.15 p.m. St. Andrew's Church. North Leth-Karl of bridge-M in'ster. Rev. 'W. W. Bry�lan Sunday services at 11 a.m. and Sunday school at three I' , who was born in \Vhilb>, Canada. Minister's Bible class at 1. A hearty to Marjory .s^peiicer, an Kngllsh wo- welcome to all. man. .'-'ir Wilfrid Laurier is e.vpect- Wesley Church-The pastor, Rev. T. cago and that the accused can be eX'| j tradlcted. They say all had knowS ,,, , � ledge of the conspiracy and thfet no;; F'ros.ser. the pastor, will preach morn | ^^^^ ^.^^ committed the trial court is hei-e, | ed 10 attend tile wedding, which will lake i)lac(' 11; London. 1'. Perry, will preach at each service. 3ve of the ".Tesus and MORE EXPRESS DRIVERS ON STRIKE IN NEW YORK New York, March 18.--Thirty-live j hundred employees ot tho Uniteds-SUtes and Wells Fargo express c ,in-. panics threw in their fortunes tutiay w'th the '500 striking drivers it \hc igii-1 and matron in the city, 'rnnfin.aeiit m'ore their verv most at-'iraelive gowns and Die coiffure ar- BEVERE COr/IMENT ON tLECTRICAL SUPESINTENDEMT , ONTA.RIO DEPARTMENT APPOINTED AT SASKATOON roionio, .\faich IT.--The iiiahfli.iy , of the provincial deieclives 'o scimii''' Winiiiicv. Marrb ;s . \, 1;. Sanc-iiitormailoii or clues as 10 the niuriler ster. f-ion r'cal am! m-eliaicciil eii.ixiii-�,f Kranz l.oi.ieiislti, who w,is killed at ccr of \'a iicoi;-. er. l,.is iicon af.poinicd-.Itis home near WcUesley vlUase early'h,, electrical snneriiiiendcnt of S:iska-| in .faiiuar;-, is bitterly comnicnted on toon at S;:ton a .\ear. Ii i.-; expected' liere. The Canadian Ro'.ernmeni offl ithai be will be anle to greaily assist! i'lals ha\e now placed a nli^ale dc-|in soiviiu; ilir (iiys power jiroblein,! lceti\c ill ilic di>.lricf lo work up tlieillie nutlofi!, lieing ihai this year a lone n iinoier rase. 'wjll sp(> a doiililinu of liip demand. .\ n-iiiiiier o; visitors w- re received y.vcbiPi-day afternoon by Mrs. C. ft �i^ :',Ui Kitiiicu;. who was ai home for thp -jliisi un^o foinialiy .-liiici^ her mar ' fiagc a. her cosy home ou Bompas sired. .Mrs. '.IcKinnou djiuipd foi ihe occasion a i-harmiiiy little white lace .gown biiil; oer i\oiy messalinc I'fv; siniii. While caiuaiioiis lent :heii bl.icl. epiiiii.v 10 lii" living room, wber" Miss _:r.-Way and Miss Cilaily- Talior passd j.j,,. the ;ca iiouf dainties. ' ^, ,|| |,, that hi'..iir. llie line, in colors \iid :..!lnv. II close upon C come., the iifair. n..w-,l\ hi r ~ fine's liii.,^. Ic ic'i! sh.ide oi dark blue. 1-Ihe le-,i;!i1 01 lasllion. pe.icociv li CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The \n .N'eedlen-ork Club will meet (Ml .Monday afternoon with .Mrs. .X.II. l-'owlcr. Morning subject. "The Love of the ; Adams Express Comp�ny. This total? I i3ible Classes at 3 p.m. W. S. Ball | '""e'' concemB but the em-;.; iwill address the school on tho tern- ! Ployees of the Anfterlcan and N*tlou�L perance nuestion. i companies stuck to their wagons *es-; Knox Church-Rev. A. M. Gordon, pile entreaties and threats of the im-; minister. Rev. Dr. Patterson will ^ ion offlclal.q to declare a strike oS-preach at each service. i everything on wheels" in the metro- St. Patricks (Roman Catholic.) - j p,iitain district if the matters were i:ia\ 1 !;� -- bahv hlnr ; hiu". . 'i '�' the ,;: �� Sit.-l !CM priM-.i V :.i I ,,f\; (i. -1 111 V lo'r ... ti. ii,- I'aiiicks cntertainmciii .Morning services at � and 11 o'clock. adjusted by .Monday night, given 111 tie Caledonian Hall last ev- Kvenlnp servlc s al 7.30 o'clock. The ruing h^ the ^ollng Ladic .'^odalilv T. C. meet every first and third tended !="ndny al four p.m. In the basement eiitng ol Pal rick's church was liuiidnrd and fiit\ peu- The HealtMishess of Tea Physicians who often forbid the use of Coffee and Cocca lotKc weit. prescribe ten for the sick. Of the three, tea is the only beverage that can be drunk for a lifetime without injurious effects. It is a harmless tonic-a gentle stimulant without reaction. As tea is the most desirable beverage, so "Seilada" ia tea in its most desirable form. "Salada" Ceylon Tea conies from tea plant to tea pot untouched by human hands, from the time the leaves fall into the picker's baskets. Its delicate aroma and delicious fla'.'or are perfectly preserved in sealed, air-tight packages. Atk your trocer for " Salad." Te� or tend for a free trial packset vvliicli makes 15 cup. of delicious tta. Wc will mail il to you witlMut charcc. So-/ -thether vou us. ataik. Mixed or Orceri Tea and the pric; you pay per pound. The ".Salada' 32 Yonre Street .Vlrs. K. -V.. ^-;llarman greeuid a largi; f \ isitors yosterda\ afier noon for 'he firs' limp since her re I turn fi'oni r.bin,.d Showers of deep Ipink and white carnations and masse.-; of i dnoghtct of William .leii-it;.nu.- H; ili' Co, Oi Lincoln. .Vcli .^.'iss Hr\ai: is ;i beaiilii;;! and talented \oung v.o!i:>,;i ianc ba^ 'iftied ni';r!i in Denvpr. She !.- ci.l\ :;u ,11.d Ml. n.irgre.i\es is 2.2 ,'ih( \i -{.^ jieoplc !.,-i\e btcii sweei-ni! tl-i-lr r ^ild ii.l'hi'.iiv Tlnre are th-1-., the duck blues, the lite little olii-fashioncd !id the (dd-fashioned olil ih"m up near the head of |,v aliiiiti t w pie maybe yo\i will he suv- -I'l-f. inH \w,s iaily decked willi 1 tell Miil v.llal conns i,rL;c ."-^iiatiuocl.s, harps, Irish Hags, -iiiisc, \iiM thiiil. U IS .,| re.inters of paddy green ribbons, ift \ on ilo Hut 11 I 11 ' and an immeiisf Inion .lack. .\ ^ es, the ureal new iiM ...ircanier �as .--irelched across the ( ilor Vogue tins season p;,; 1 foim hc.irmg Ihe words "Cead I.' aslonishing vogoe o( "Miiip l.',,iUp-' meaning ".-X TliQUsainl ------------------ ^Welcomes" llr. C. \. Hart, the chairman of the evening, received main compliments upon the appropriateness of the ilecoralioiis, as he was 1 c>poiis;iilc ior I heir arrangement Ihe speaker of the evening, .Mr V. h't.iii, .) proiinn.-'iil cilizen and har-ii.->tei 01 I'nicarx, delivered a stirring a idiev., on liclaniL In part Mr Hv-ati s.iid . �Iiidai is the one ilay When everv one Want- to he an Irishman .md 11 1-. ijiiile iislit ilnil l.hcv >li,i''i'd .M! oi Ihe tons ha\e their d.n ^ set ap.i't to |i.i\ line homage to s.iitie ov.c uho has biuugbl honor to then eoim-ti\ b\ deeds 1,1 v.iloi or in an inti-l-Icctii;,; �a'. Milt Irehimi 1. dirierenl iioiii all the lest hi Si I'.ittiek siir ii;ts .1 niaii \\ bo uei.t ahotif in a Cowan s seems to hit the right spot. It is a great food for husky young athletes : satisfies the appetite: easy to digest: and delicious 17'-' 00 TOU USE COWAN'S ^^f COCOA? of the convent. The Ladles' Allnr Society meeiR every second Stmday ill the month at four p.m. in the convent. St. Augustin's Church ot England- Corner Xth street and ind avenue I loly Communion .S a.m.; Matins 11 a.m.; Choral Kucharlsi ilsl Sunday) II a.m.; Riiuua.\ school 3 p.m.; Kven song T,:!fi; Wednesday EvoniiiS f>. Rev. .1. 10. M nrrell-Wrlght. the rectory J12 FJi.^hth street south. St. Cyprian's (Anglican)-Corner of| :-;i!;liiii avenue and Eleventh sirool =;oiit(i. Servt<-es: Mornlnp; prn.vcr a! 11 am. EvenFoni;, 7.30 p.m. Sunday .sciiool and Adult Hlble oinss, 3 p.m. Holy baptism, �! p.m. Holy coinmuu-1011, Isi and 3rd Sundays at 8.30 a.m., :nd and 4th at 11 o'clock service. Urotnerhood of St. Andrew's meets every Tuesday evening in the vestry hi X p.m. W. V. Mc.viillen rector; address, fifiO Sixth street Sontti. Westminster Church-The pastor, liev. .\. .\. Lylle will preach at the � morning service taking for his subject. "God Revealed In Man." In the � pvenine Mr. O. D. .-Xustin will spe.'tk on "Taking Wages. " S.und.ay School and Bible Class at 3 o'clock. Dr. Thompson will address the "Weslmin-aier Workers." First Lutheran Church-At the home HOLBMOKS quid peafCiible wa\. litnih planting home of Rpv. C. Grant, 318 Fifteenth ' : inn u-r. jh.ip:'.lv n. --i '"ea i pi on;  lime "Vearly Salea Over fr.ieel ^ '. �..nail | I'Ul e id tl .....' lo! V h'l! .' ! mi"i el i-.-iii-i thuSCli lids o! a Ine seed of icIiLioi, u ihr p.i.u.^n people ^li K\,.:i fiMli.weil .ilimg -.vU!! a l.TJcf raiilini .- liic uorl. done bv �'^1 . Cair;cii. In eoneliiMoi. ti.e ,nejlo-i said that �1-. long .is teeie an lir-hm.jn leit Mieie will lie iiiiipe' i:erenonies uml exrieisis ot ' iie ITt'i rl.r- o: March. Si |';ilric!, 11,1- '! I.e ),|,,I 1 i ti.l.ei v'.e'c eTrep-tiotntlL V. d! 'i'l.iieretl Tin- ehornsc-, met ,.1 1: i;-1 .,mil,-.Use thir .'St. South (William St.). Sunday School at 3 p.m. .N'o services as Mr. Gram will preach at Warner Sunday. Vlnreh lit. Lenten services Wednesday X p.m. Salvation Army-Sunday Services: Holiness meeting, H a,m.; Sunday School. 2 p.m., People leader. .Mrs. SlHrhs; Interesting' Free and Easy meeting. 3 p.m. A gresi salv.itJnn meeting 7.80. special music b.v the hand. Come ih crowds and hear the gosjicl address b^ ihe \ad\ t-.puaker. I'^very meeting v.ill be preceded hy Open Air raef.'iings Knsign and -Mrs. Laldlaw pxienrl a lienrtv welcome to f's macfe in the iar^osi WorcostorshfrQ Sauce factory in the ll^orld A f^tv dronic Imitari a 4�llrloii< Hitvec tg Spupn. Clavl�.,�;how(,.Sl��|fc, libi� Msbsrt imi.bKnOKS LIMITtD! BirmiaMMHi sM Xiaiirpiiri, Wurt'omerahlre, Rng- UiiKincss Vomtili-d im.' t; '.il.iiie [Mil,. Mi.-ss I all 10 the uivtiup^. 74 ;