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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta > THE LETHBBIB^3 DAILY iilBALD ooAraHtee of pu Childretl s^yeak in ;the Mother Tongue" when they imh&a inih hr-\sxmf it to be pureist carefm' we are m maiipfacture to emnre that Siidlight 3oap shaUl be Tbe confidence pbced In tt ' LBVBR B^jbTH^RS LlfkJITJBD, TOROtiTO. 4 ^ ' (^U'^t telffehofle .your :�rclers. - b^p'.bein, conimitted to/ the fill Ho^e # Stem*' Ti&Ve7.1�cf iak�n egistered 37 de- ttqfes BfeIa\K!i^?^W^e|eii o'clock this , ip/firag:e,aM^#^^ Jq'docjc^-the mercury lwia*'riseit*\'1ro'-^lD degrees ^fioVe-' ' THe Cbumman ikmt$d at BUitprore a.'"vyeek ago',\Ute'�Hl^ce having "been' r^ded the- $6nb6^-&nd. a/quaatity or.Oi'MBe.^hdoziBf'IoUntl'bib the prem-* ises;-wds, flne^d ^^100,tfO and .costs, but �t�;1)b8ie 'returned ip- him.'' ;^iiMp^l McDotold. Calgary visitor over Good Frldayi .1 Miss Margaret Fraser is spending: Easter with her sister, Mrs. Macfad-den, of Medicine Hat. . i..... , . Mrs.: B. :V.: Dooley and daughter, Mary; 'w?nt to Calgary yesterday for the Easter holidays. . .MrSi 'Horace Ford has an Easter vlsitoi: in Mrs. Halliday, of Calgary, Dr. and Mrs.I'Agnew and sonj of Medicine' Hat;. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. ft. Robertson, . . . :.*�. Mft W; Harrison, of Cranbroolc, spent yesterday with Mr. and MrS; William Cleiry;  Mr; Madge, of Milk .River, Will: spend East^ Day with Dr. and Mrs. 0. J. Courtice. ; Rev. A. J .Lb Beau, of Calgary, will occupy the pulpit of the Fifth avenue Baptist church.tomcTi'ow,' .. , MT, iSbrumm 'and son, Claude,- who have been visiting at various Ontario points Blnioe October, returned 'hcbfle. this morning. ,.' � � � .�,�� .,�� , �.. .Mr, and Mrs,, Benjamin Russell and Son, of Calgary, are Easter "guests With Mrs, William Stafford, Westminster road.i V   � , / Mr. >and Mrs. J. Malcolm, and son,, Robert; of i Medicine Hat, ja-fe Eastertide visitors vyltb^Mr. tfhd Mrs. A. J. Irving, ' , ' \ '   � ' t (� / ' ' � Miss Mildred Mason, ;who.,^has. been onan extended' via|t :to> Nelirasfca. ,is �.xpe(ited 'home; at thev first -gt the month. J. . . ,^ Mrs. C. E. Eage, of S^nta ^Monica, Oal, who spent yesterday wjth h"^r son at Magrath, is:,visiting over East;': er with Mrs! O, T. liathrop.eil Tout'e to Buttalo> , , . � ' ";| sfTlfl^'ltttUr^ Success from a host of ftflfiils^wiii tSllow Mr. Dawson lo his !ae*''sph�r&: of" activity, M�;'abd'^ts3 George Moth enter-taiU*i?'^iMffi'U^sday evening; in- con-ngii'l*te^>�^." A, Smith, Mr,-and MtB.-)paiyel^s,,M'6 Pi^wdea;;wiho %dk 'mA' visiting in 'Jbronto.en^ route'jhome from 'Kings,t6n,;wh�Te ,Bh'e Bp4nl"'the winter, will arrive u6mi on Moiiday. '-' ' '�-> 1. , Mrs. Bder and Miss ' Lillatf-'fi'^sr, ^ho spent the^'wintef/In ;\J7oodiBtoc)t, 'Ont., are stl''present visiting" the tbrm-" er's daughter, "Mrs. TlowhJah, a't'CllA-' ton, Man, and ate expeoled hcine'dn Mondar. ^ ^ Dr. R.:.C.-ana Mrs, JtfoOlnte and daughter,-.^Anna, and Miss ,McOlur,e; are expected Jion\e, tomorrow, moj^ning from CaUfOrnla,'jwhere, ,they' sp'e^t.jdi^ winter.'. - -j' . , \, Mr. -r. B, Turney. has gone.to-.Sppk-ane to accompany Mr�,,Turriey^ hoin^., Mrs: Tai:n&^ has ,BuMiel6nay Veogyi^rr'' HI ,Jtgre,rl)|r�;^J^" a'broth-(^>Je^6Bd,'.'R?jr. ,;^jiher V de DjndttctBd.'thoVfUjieral serVicos 4oirowetf to the! a'few-'ddys with i rplativQs lE-J^jteJC' liiie.; Mr. and Mrs, Turney \?lU''j!'f^if with'relSitivBS in\ J^etnie!:,, ^\irOute''. home, arriving at the 'end dtjthe -'  it * khpTtlfto.aisumeV^gn^JM^^ 21 -i'Thei'^t"iy(g ilps Lefl6y,i> a?raltf 'CGrant: ^TKe.twpsll sn03{fW40Pv},n;-.to\^,' \it\hJtdt.etp>VWhy 'dbn'l^^you 'ifi'^-^uoe imat'ypuiig-,iman >l;o,imj^vrjjJt-." half In/IjefHbrldge, and JflU.b^ greo ly mis'sela' irf-social^ cifoles:||e9|^lf $70 was th^isWen'did sum rBaiized by tb Ladips' Aid of Wesley church at their Easter sale ol sewing and cooking and th6 ladies are to be congratulated on the success of their vThdettaking. ' = /A-boUt $25 was realized by the Ladies' Aitl of" StivAndrew's church at tiieir saliB'of'fancy goods and homo-made. fco(?king on -Thursclay afternoon. Tlie rShoiijring isi'ffiost creditable, particularly,'in; view, of the very cold weather on'the day of the sale, , �-The Ladies'"'A'id of St. Andrew's chlirch; n'nder.'Whps.e auspices the Ex-;; celsjor Male-Oflolr'will give a concert in St&'Andrew's church on Eas^' ter'Mottdays.'hop&for a large attendr. ance, which ^the'%cellcnce of the fol-, lowilig prb|rani 1^111 certainly warrant : ~ \  Bapks of Allair Waters-Choir. Soloi {selected)iS^Miss. Cissio Simm', ,^oJo ,(salec't9afeiVj!r. Stott. Old Folks ^at.'SS'^p-Choir. tuV^plin^SbJe-TMs-jgadow^ski, ; Cr^ssmg-, tlie .]^7:j:Phoir, ' Duet,(Sailor's Sighs)-Messrs. Tin- ,ier,4na Stfett,"",J;.:,...... Solo-Miss Cis$ie.feimm, .Dear Little ShaSitbcIc-TrChoir. , . Violin, Spjo-r^a%og(ski.,- ^; Comra^le'is Spng(fol|3p^qpe-CThoir, , 'A cortjmunicatiw:tfi3nrf''Mrs. H. D, Williamson,' who fs, at present iii Erifelarid;. states that^ slfe'^ls sailing {or Canada shortly, Wesley' Epworth,League will be ad-, .dresjsedf!jy,'Mr,- l4iHi-;�pi;|gg^^^ its literary ev.ening o^Jltopd^V^-'.Ai good musical program has^also been ar-fahgedfi'and importt'ni.basiness neces-iitates\a lirge afedaScfe." �;s*rhe;>musical'sej^i^M:57at5'Wes^^ fahUrori tomowrow promi?eji to-^ Ije i|ar-. teriDawn" and thS>6fterl{6j:jrsplb will be 'JBut.Thou, did',sfthoVleave" His; fepul.in-rheir; from'-Han^l's'-'Messiah. i V'ln the "evening the '"chflir. will ren-', .(Jer,a selection'froifi-^^'-'CJlkeii'to Calvary >'.', Miss Y6ung.0|n' IBci B^st Chocolates, regular 60o quality, for per pound ..,'.......We. Two Good Lines In Girls' School Boots Lot No, 1', consists of Si pairs of girls' excel- . - Lot No, 2, Ig an eytra durq,hlo g^In Ifft^lr^'- ; �school boot, in pl^in or Bain^ffr^l.il^yje. lent quality Box Calf Bluchers.: A smart and dur-ablOrboot, for school wear. .Sizes 11, 12, l and - 2 only. , A regular $2.50 Boot, tonight J j ,1.0 and 40V& only. Regular ' . $1.50 shoes for '''tii appj/ lt'''^| -If.Ohicag^. Ma'rch afStllsk-f^JS 'M\ 'Mpi}eiSli and". 20O';'ift/�gCvjfeS^ ."-.jtor'tt V hicU riuir'idi' '"jl'ij.y j^'ip^ . Ihe rrppits, foAevsr ocp ^Io^H ron, to'olc the chair - and, in well'clids-| en words explained the object 'of the gath^ring.X He stated tltat' ih al�: probability an election in ^ the veiry neat future was imminent .and it'ber| hooved Hhe Liberals of Cpleman to-malte all necessary arrangements ^nd' be .prepared at a nipjiletit'^^ nd; tide to take tlie field and"'d%-i.'OUBl}ly^co,nvorsant"With'tHe'(iBestlb'ns' .pf^^^^y'. ^Ite, mp^d I'aduc !>hofld,s^r}rieo' Is' dfeihoVpllte'd.'! ccdi.miuted.^v.;"t-rj..^* c UPERIOR iwnrr, r a CulbertsoD,-^K^5lll^ Mr"#V*" Sy-PtiWlckuctlon; at 30I FlflK'AiT^u'e sfrith', ""1. J" *i'/'3-'Piece narlor'Set . ^'hina'cablnet ' G RpUfcis P >;,4j^Gentre tables g I, 2, (JhlftonlcM -k - s rlfirgo ruga". .: im * 10 arm. tin l� ajid from 2 pirl. till 6 p,m. '^Uf'i Conslstlnfl Qf the foMowlntil ' , � \' "\ 'ir^^ \ I Thiec Double Tron Beds 'dV^-^ bprlngs ^n^l mattr,,�\B^^,f;j�^^. One ^Bln�Ie U oy Bed, vpnpc ' m asVstahd.. m ;