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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1911 THE DAILY HERAI.P PAGE NINE MILADI Phones Res.ll 15 Office 1224 Hostesses- tomorrow Mrs. M. Ait'dn, 375 Savrnth Ave A., Mrs J. li. l.arseu am! Mrs. L. Kimtaii w, a trip to Washington in the bojie that .tirir heMth may be bcccliUcd. Mr. 11. J.-Uoode is spending a lew days jo t'algory. Mrs. ui .Mcu-leod, is ike guest ol tier son, Mr. W. C. Majestic Theatre on Wednesday night, j while a liiiiuiirr. o! Admirers present-, cd her with a lovely bunch ol red Uicl.oioiid. roses. i .Martin Harvey and Mrs.'Harvey. Mrs. o'.SYill and-.Miss iiiivey were the honor guests ol a reception len- liereO Wednesday afternoon hy tbn Alexander Gait Chapter gf tl.e Im- IbugUters of tl.e Umpire at IU home of lies', and Mrs. A. (.i. Cameron.- Paluis and ati immense Union Jack adorned the reception room, while ttc [drawing room was bright with a prolusiuu of dafiodih ferns. j The ijucsU were received by Uev. j "Mid .Mrs. Cameron, the oilers .Mr.' airi Mrs: .Moore, MIES Jean t'rch and Mr. -Cuthbert, of Monarch, wire guests in''he'clty Wednesday to- Of Daughters ol Hie Knipire, "Mrs. sec .Martin Harvey in "The Breed oljo. IV. IloMnsori, Mrs. A. II. Stafford, the. Treshams." Mrs. Statues'and Mrr. .1. A. Jn-k- Eun. I Mrs. XV. 11. Fairf.eld Mill be hos'.rss ol a violet tea tomorrow afternoon, An informal anil very pleasant hour was in mealing and conversing The dining (able, which was ccn- (red ivith pink and white- Killarney- roses, the rose bring the emblem of wlicn every member ol the Women's i with the lincor guests, a ralber- un- I'Uic club is urgently invited to'iqte feature at an afternoon tea Ijc- and make, violets for Violet] ing the presence1 of a number of tliv Hay. which .will be. held oa EC.V, vil.o came to do honor urday precoliug l-'aster Day. The j to-Martin Harvey, guests will he motored out to Mrs. l home, but should the wea- ther prove stormy, all the members are asVod to meet at the home ol the tl-.c Daughters of tlic Umpire, was president-, Mrs. J. F. Simpson at 3 j presided over by Mrs.- W.- U. Burnett o'clock. 'and Mrs. J.'O'. Wilson, while the i dainties were-servctl by Mrs. F. W.- Mrs. Wallace Clarke and little Mrs. K. H. Wilton. Mrs. W. rclurncd yeslerdav from an evtenrted! I'mtland Lindsay, Mrs. W. It. visit at Call, On't. I Mrs. E. F. l.oylon. Miss Downer i and Miss Nlmtnons. Mrs. llarrer (Miss A lovely bunrl, of violets was pre- "The. llrwd of the Treshums" at tlie ?rr-_ 1 Of all Kinds For the LENTEN SEASON Wehave everything in season Fresh and Smoked Fish Limited PHONE4S2 To perpetuate the memory oi her father, Whitclaw Reid, for manv years'American ambassador at'thi court, ot St. 'lames, Mrs', .lohn j bcrt Ward, formerly Jean Hcid, wil erect a recreation ball for workmi rfirn and women rear her estate a L'hilfon. -tlnglar-.d. V r Club's and Societies Freiih Frbm the Briny The Flower Guild will visil Ir.o Oatt hospital -as usual at S.o'clccl; tomorrow- aflfinoon. The Wesley Ladies1 Aid vasb to cordially thank Frache Bros., ivho kindly decorated thrir tables on Wed- nesday for the Board ol Trade lur.ch- fon for Martin The. art- and literalutc section of the Mathcsis flub will meet promptly at 3 o'clock' at the- home ol Jlrs. F. fitollze, 1106 Seventh There -A-iH be a meeting of the St. ugustin's Choral society tins evch- ag.-at 8 sharp, at- the home 1 Miss 4th Avenue S., -vbeB all members and those wishing 0 join this society arc requested to to present. r Fifteen members oi St. Andrew's tidies'-Aid rr.et-withr.Mrs. Hyssop on Vcdne3day.--altemoon, three new nieni- iSrs ladies tlecidwi to ;old a good.tirr.e social with vrpgram iid refreshments, on Thursday e-ven- riX next. A pleasant time was spent oier. ll.e teaicups, the hostess served tea hour trifles. A splendidly attended meeting of Ihe First Baptist Ladlc.s! Aid was icld Wednesday attcinoon at the home 01 Mrs. Blue, Sixth Routino business wss traneactcd, ar.d flic >alance ol time was spent in for the. sale, which will be held later. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess at .the .close nl the afternoon. For FRIDAY and SATURDAY A Refreshing Spring Rain Of Values! Economies Sprouting in Every Patch of News! HAT ALDERMAN RESIGNS MADE CUSTOMS COLLECTOR Medicine Hat, March Alderman fl. NIblock, former welt- wn conductor, Tina resigned Itts t on the city council, following Ills appointment to the', diatoms col- leclor's How to Remove Hairs from Chin, Lip or Cheek (TTcauly Culture) U fo an easy matter to banish over> trace c( objcctlorablo hair and leave and smooth' nric! from bletnlali- Juat got orlg inal picktge of powdered delatone anrJ with water mix enough paste To cover the hairy surfacfe. Let this re- 111 nin on the skin for 2 or 3 minutes then remove, waili the ?.hd thr lialrs arc gcw. No failure will rr- 'from thir} trcnlment, but he cor tain il IB riclntone jo-j Advl Tomorrow a Most Remarkable Sale of Ladies'Skirts at A clean IK-e or some of our high grade smart ?iyleB in navy and black Iv.-fttJa. mod- elled with high line. Sklrta ibat eoitl lu the regn- Jar way from to Friday and Saturday Special value in Ladies' Over- All Aprons Tomorrow yc.ii liave U'e cbitice to reap ire benefit from b'jy of La- dles' APIOIIF, seinl-llulng or IOOEI? fining stylo, with half sU-evcB in plait) ouJ figures. Friday ami Saturday..........WWW For The Little Folks.. These. New Dutch Dresses V-3v ENTICING OFFERING'S, IN THE DRY GOODS SECTION The New Cotton Ginghams- Ueautitul designs in inches''jvvide. TheV are- here iJt 2 wltle vailely of in Bt'npes, also i.lain colors. On sale Friday ana. Saturday, l; I C SEE'THEM If4 THE DRESS GOODS JUST YAUB I Fancy mixed effects, also: plain greys and browns In nesv spring dress fabrics. K inches: wide. N'ot a yard in the worth .IMS'tlian 50c. Friday; alii Saturday yard JAP TAFFETA SIJ.KS I'-OK 20c CIearar.ce solo "of these "Jap Taffeta Silts. range ol col- ors, iiOc value's'to rustle out Frirtay and Saturday at OOr> rerjard Six of These Toilet Specials AH Good Ones Colgate's Toilets Cclgat'e's well known brand of Dental Cream, Staring Creanr Sharing Powder and ShavInK Stick. All on sale Wday and' Saturday 2 for BatU Briishes patent Batii Brushes, best brlslleJ 6nlr, with- long curved handle.1 Frl- 4 QC day and Saturday.. I JIaiul S I'ONVdd'.S lutd Scrubs to out ihis week end. Strong bristles anlnnrlM Shampoo Powders that msko perfumed KgS Julep for n-actilng lh'e hairi inKdo specially for the Hudson's Co. Friday anil powdora and glvo splendid wesr. me kind for which you usually pay iOe. Friday and Satnr- 4 5 IUC Cnrijolic Tooth IMr.; Brilliaiitine Cirtiollc Toolli Powder, surpaEsed for K-hllenlns the ttelh and arreellng their decay, (lelighldilly rcfretlilnB effect. and Saturday Qn llox OKAXGK. Sl'KOIAL 2 Tor "7c Take advantage of our spec- ial sale of Oranges and Bananas. Very low prices this week-end ORANGES 111 .ORANGES 111 GOOD JUICY ORANGES 2 dozen GOOD JUICY ORANGES 176 size, per dozen GOOD JUICY ORANGES 120 size, per doztn Yellow Jumbo BAN AN AS 23c 29c per dozen 25c Other-Specials in Groceries 10-Pound Pail Swift's Lard .................-51.45 5-Pound Fjll.SwIft'j Lard ....................nt S.Pound Pall.Swift's Lard Libby's Pineapple, regufar 2cc, two tir.B for.....41d THESE'SMOKERS' WELL "KNOWN BRAND CIGARS Tuckc'.ft. .Special, 4 for H. 8. Adventurer. T for---- Margueritts, 4 for Tiny Japs', 4 lor PHONE GREAT: NEWS FROM j 613 THE WINE SECTION Special Values m Buck Sherry and Port Wine Tomorrow A line Old. regular line. Krjday gp and Saturday per gallon Special Vintage OH Port, regular OC value. FriiJay'and "Saturday per'gallon Bass' Ale arid Barclay Perkins' Stout Uass1 in clear and CO ftH I'cr ilozen The famous Doctor IJrand. Stout-r Cli 7C Per dozen S.-l'i I p Going Travelling? Here Is Your Trunk Strong and durable Can- vas Covered Trnnhs, well made throughout. Strong slaiF, tray and straps. Good strong lock and iHtlcgs., mucli more than the jirices Size 34 inch, regular So.OO Size S4. An 85c Window Shade 48c Tomorrow you will lind In the Furnislilng Sef.tion tho best value this in Wndpn- Sbades. TTVO styles on sale. One is rlain green shado with dalntj- set-iri lliien is p-latn greeu shade linen lace at bottom, on good rollers, complete u-ltli fUtlnes Need New Linoleum Heavy.Scolch Printed Linoleums, beautiful color- ings and designs suitable for kitchens, dintnc rooms, bedrooms, ete. The kind we usually sell at 4Qfi Cac. Don't miss them. Thla week, sq. yard 4OU LINO AND FLOOR OIL CLOTH REMNANTS HALf PRICE More Jap Mats TiiCEC are Ideal lltlie Jlata for bedroom use or (net they can bo used alrr.oEt anywhere, fidod colorings and new deilgnt. Friday and Saturday Ksiva fins Brllliantine, best, procurable Hair-Tonic, Ir perfumed in .rose, violet and carnation. Frjjay and Salintay Special Notice On Monday next sre commencing a series ot dailv snlos. bnslnefa In (lie year you will find specials In dcparlment of Ihls his store. As llw season keener and liroad- er cflorl will bo cade, with the result tbat the store Is s-jre to bo crowdod with people vvlio find it not only pleasurable but profitable to ahop wliero every-- body shops. Watch tlil3 paper for daily .specials. Your o( these Men's Suits, values up to >25.0-) for tomorrow. All are this seaspn'e models, lluiogs and trimintngs of the best'materialp. All wool Imported tweeds and- In brown, groy and green. 34 to 40. Friday and C 1 O ftA Soturiisy -PIC.UU Boys' Pants on Sale BovB1 Odd TVeed Pants, cut (rom strong ira. ported tweeds and. made in sin art bloomer Birle, full in tbe legs, straps and bucltle, llr.ed, all Blzes; worth up la ?1.25. Frjdaj' and Saturday, per pair....... Men's Spring Felt Hats For the dressed new In Spring P'clt Hats, latest shapes in fawn, brown and grey colors. All He- jiilar ?2.00, Friday rand Saturday ywC Spring Caps.for Men All tJie newest fabrice are here in this lot of Me.n'e Caps in a variety of styles. Tho newest novelty chocks and stripes.. ?Jso llie nsore Regular up Friday and Saturday f- i '_______ Don't Miss These Boot Shoe Specials Meet Your Friends in The Tea Rooms Have, you tried an afternoon tea In our spacious Tea Rooms? Special menu for tomcrron' End Saturday. Make this vour rendezvous when shopping, Gaskeli's three-rlece orchestra will render an excellent program hero on Satur- day afternoon. Men's Boots These Tan Calf Roota for new spring models In Blucher add Button styles'; chocs that link comfort and style with econ- omy. Regular to FilOaj- and Saturday........ Buskin House Slippers ladies' U'.iskin House Sltnpsrs. wfde flttinj, flat heels and claetlc fronts; a comfortabio and sightly Ellrrer. All size's." Special C 1 4 A valuo at J 1.35. Friday and Saturday 9 I U Children's Vici Blucher 'Oxfords-just, 99c These smart stylo Vlci style, with patent tips, for tfie little- -onds. Sizes s (o Llnfia In 'die regular way at 99cl SPKCIAL 25c DOZEN JUDGE VASSHS SliNI 'AlfXQi'ictfj- (lilclmst .JoUMain, iho atresttJ at Diamonij City two wcciis and who.'.plfadcd guilty to three out ol lour charge? o! then, came np (or sentence this af- trrnoon in U.is.lricl ,Mch bclne Kivca uuc mont'n fu the barracks at tiard lauor on each ot I lie charges, the scntfnccs to run concurrently. H, A. Smith, wlio liclcndcil the jirtEorters, spake in their br'naii (tils altfrnoon. arid the. wives ol the Iwo men were called to the stand to tes- tify nf to tliclr good behavior and previous records. :'In summlns up, His Horror Judge slated that eilenuatlsg cun-.'siaMCS surrcundfd frtry dime. Tho odcndfr, he'sdid, fithpr plradcd tbil be was jounj, or il that he had a vife anil children, or if old (hat his ap. warrmtfd Ir-ni- ency. He impressed tlic priRoncrs with (he fitcl if they had iDkcn into consideration the circumstances which they ria'd brought' to the atUntion of the ctfjrt, before they had coinmittwl the thtlls, they would not liore cprnprfled the court-to' fake Ihfra into consideration. "1 want to the people ol this district thai crin'.e. will not 50 unpunished, and although 1 am inclined to he lcn-1 [ieM, 1 tfel thau your deeds "arc sur- ricienliy serious to warrant sendinR you fo confincmt-nt, and thirty days is the shortest sentence that my con- scir-Firc will me to iinliosc." FELS' ESTATE GOES TO .WIFE Pa., March entire rnllllontlro and sinjle tax advocale, (s left to Wa widow, with Ihe.excc'ii- lion of willed to'-Waller Coatea ot JTIddleboro, Yorkshire, Ens- "as a token of appreciation o! faithfulness to me and as a Coates was Mr. Kels' FIRE IN OK1.AHOMA PEN (Iranlie. Okla., Merch corralied fire hundred inmate's of'iha; Oklahoma State Teformatory; w'ncri.: ,.ln.. whlfli; they wcro JiouseU buried here today. No-lives were, lost, aud of tho convicts escaped. ;