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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Dainty Muslin Waists On Sale Friday and Saturday We made this treinendous tnirchiisfi of pretiy Wnlflts oBpeclally for a we.ek-enii sale. Mailp liy one of Canada's host, manufacturora, and never expnclcd to bo iold nt, Ipbb llinn doiiblo rhls low price. Sen the window full of ihrru and be among the early crowds Friday morning. Dainty Mnslln W�lats In the ran?' beautiful embroidered work. Some have fino all-over Swldn wcrli riunts. Others are Ip pretty tailored Kt.vles with linen collar and cuffa. Woith reg-iilsrJ.v up to $2.50. .Ml at one price 15c Ribbons and Dress Skirts On Sale Friday and Saturday We are thoroufihly convinced that you cannot invest your skirt money to bettf;r advantage anywhere else in Southern Alberta. These good $ to $10.00 skirls were certainly never made to be sold at such a ridiculous low price. Never mind the reason-just come and share the savings. The materials are Serges, Panamas, Taffeta Cloths, Diagonals, Worsteds, etc. The colors are black, uiivy, fawn, gresn, rose, grey, stripes, etc. The values are excellent at $B..nO to $10.00. But we'll clear the whole five dozon out at only The moBi beautiful Taffeta i-lair' Ribbons in -t to (i Inch widths. The value is apparent in evtiry piece at 2."i(' a yard. Colors are black, cream, sky, rose, green, brown, |)iuk. navy, mauve, do. Hurry foi-tliem. Price l.'ic per yard on Friday and Saturday. New Silk Lined Suits for $15 Wonif:n of good taste wondr-r how ihese sivllsh suit.^ could be mj''*^,"'' for the n:one;.. The truth of the niatler is that ihoy are worth $20.t)0 ol nuybody's money. .Made In pure Wool Chiffon Panamas in black, navy, green, grey, etc. New nobby ort coal with silk lining and stylish skirt. See them and you cannot help but buy. SaJ(' \\> bouglii loo largely, in Carpets for Spring, and will sell tlies^o fine be'iutiful \>lvet Carpets ai ahoui a third less than ilicy can be bought plsewberp. Size HxH 1-2 yards and are in beautirul colorings of green, grey, fawn, etc. Our Invv price is .'522.."i". i^oJc Price ........................... S19.50 sliort CO Vriday and Saturday p Sale of New Corsets Nftw B. &.. I. Dia.s Filled Cor-r>etn thai spII in the usual wny M S'^.flo a pair. We have cut the price for I-'riday and Safiird;iy in order tp introduce iheir ,MVe allitudr. reforms whieli arc . Japanese married while women. � Some women." ho added, "were so unxiouB tor marriage they would take B man of any color white or black." .Senator Power said the admission fee of $."iGO seemed to bo too large, ffe thetighi $2hfi would be more satis-lactX)r>. Sir riirb.?rd .Carlwright replied that this was a point which had been much intended to remedy the alleged griev--aiiee complained (jf arc under consid-naliou. The linpnrtunt of these reforni.s is that relative io the 3'Hvisirin. oi tlio electoral laws. Anything Ever Attempted by Lo cal Talent-Great Results Have Come From Rehearsals-People of Lethbridge to Have the Graat- i iiarting they presented Mrs. Prosser est Surprise of Their Lives. with an attractive soft eiderdown - lounging robe. Mr. and Mrs. I fylAGRATH TEACHER RESIGNS i Special to the Herald, i �Jlagrath. March 'S-',.-.Mias McRne, �iee-prliielpal of the .Mafirat.h public discussed and on which the policy bad srbools. hKH resigned after serciuB j bc?en pretty thoroughly settled. Avith credit for the past two years. Jilss MeUae was tendered a farewell jiariy a few evenings aso at which time she was presented with a beautiful travelling ease. She leaves in J) few days for her old home In New Brunswick, Personully he would favor a law forbidding any Chinese man unaccompanied by a wife to land In Canada. ThLs would promolo morality and reduce the number of arrivals. Tho bill was reported from com-ester (.S|ieu;il 111 the Herald), .Manr.ttli, .M.irch 22. - c. A Ma grath'.s sl.iU'/iiciiL of opposition to | � , the rcciun.ciu .lEfceniciit has caused: The finisnniK touches will be put' uo liltlc C.XCllClllC nt here ; although the spectacular production "Alice Ottawa Free Press an-liiiii iiiii!!.;iie iriends of the mem- Wonderland" ai the final rehear- ft- 1- Borden entertained on Thurs-bet kncu ulerc lie stood in the iiiul- '^"'^ ""^ ^J�"se today. The day evening at a most delightful din- Irr. The Rcticml i(^e.ling is that Mr Manralli bus acted' contrary to ilie Cuslics 1)1' hi.s eoiistitucnls and grets areliivMil ou'every baud. His curtain goes up at the Majestic on . , -,, v , , u �i 7 nuc Iheir shoulder., hut p,,c,ay evening.' Those vast thrones T""',^^ T^tl^'I proceedings, husband and wife agree-in?-to -separate, the wife taking the farm and three children, splendid drilling by .Miss Leonard's ncr. covers being laid master hand has bad magic results. The guest.s were, the Consul General "'' and the people of Lethbridge are due of the .Arseiitine Kepublic and Mrs. - to receive a happy surprise when the Mn,,cr, the Consul General for Hcl- Siuu', and Mrs. Ketcls, Hon. slrone t:onservalive of two hundred well drilled children''^'' ''""*^' ^'"'i'' friends here -say little I here, hnv.cvr:. said in an interview and adults will present a picture that ihiil wh.en Mr. Magrathre- will arouse all the latent enthusiasm |' milteo without amendment. cords hi-. ^ e' c against the reciprocity 'he city. i Mrs. Ddhcrty, Mr C. .\. Magrath, M. and Mrs. Magrath, Mr. 11. H ose who have seen the.'-�^'n'^'-''' f � ^rs. .Vmes, Miss PERSIST IN DEMAND 1^ FOR TARirF 80ARl| New York, March 2'i.-At a m/etingi:' of the directors of the National Tar-' for sixteen. I iff association today, it was decidedy to continue the vlgorouB fight for thev adoption by the new congress pi Fr.esldent Tatt's proposal lor a per-; manent tariff board. RepresentaOyr es from various parts of the countfyj were present. ,' DUKE PRAISES BOTHA p,:i.'( he hiis as .is I i � caled his political fate rehearsals are most enthusiastic in Medicine Hat riding is 'heir praise, and indications point to London, March 22.-Tho Duke Of I c,,ccr,ie,| .....1st. Liberal leutiers 7�^^''^�'' on Friday and Satur- Connaitght presiding at the anutml j ' , n , , ild hiil with delight 11 'W' f�""'8�' Saturday matinee, dinner of t.he South .^ftican Societv ^'^ Ue^ id ^J^; ' .\'arch 2.1 and 2.5 are the dates. The said that under tho sympathetic and ! '''' \ \. 1 . , f�"^' '^^''^h^^''^ �nd ^"^'dH of Eng- devoted government of Premier Bo-j'"^'^ Rovernmcnt ^^oula land are the beneficiaries. '^r'tli,i tbai eountrv would progress rap.;b'' I'-l^"'"' ''^ '^weeping tr.ujonu , ----------. , , ,,,, ,,,,,rt Thei-e was both a strong gov-.M.ieiaH;  detailed slulemenl fl:;th;T';^ii;l"n.''''!-.^- 1- .strong opposition and Its ! w,...... nvd .crv eagerly here. On a provision alloiviiig a Chinese I born in Cunada to bring in a without payment, of a head tax, Sena- Da\ies and Professor and Mrs. Adam Short t. * * * , I dropped into the rehearsal of ".Mice 111 Wonderland'' for just a veiy few minutes last evening, but NOBLE Nkws W Keats arrived front Ontario oM day week. He is taking up farming about three miles east � ol town, 1 The Tennis enthusiasts held a.meeting on Tuesday night to consider thje. was there long enough to become en-i advisability oi forming a Tennis thused with this pretty performance ; Club. We have the players and ex- BRITISH DAY AT STARLAND Mad* in 98 dilftrant stylm It is in yoviT own intcrpM thai we PIU tbr fdral" (ViiHr&iltrr '>n rv'cry met�l bed of "Ideal" quulity Vou don't find il on tlir- chpan^st li^ds yoii can buy - but tbt- surt,st wny to liud the b�Bt i* 10 lor tlif rdpiil" Mrlal nads. and tool: foi '�'ux Gunrautce. � Ideal" Mftnl Beds may cnrt ynii a ft-w cents mcr�--hut you II uct neiiu-inf value T..�l ub wud yuui loial flrnler's name and "The Philosophy' "f Sleep." a boot ol facta ubnut metal beds Ati for Booklet No I IM In Ills opip- j ion the law should be broadened sol every Chinese should have the right j to bring in a wife wiihotil iiny payment ; of the tax. Such a regulation would j ! be in the Inleresif, of morallly. 1 ' Sir Richard Cartwri.'iht r(>plied that' bis own Inclination was toward llb-| ftrallty in the direct inn suggested by Senator Lougbeed. He would lay the proposal liefore his colleagues in the' Oovernment. and give a decision (ui third reading. Senator Macdonald said the proposal was a good one. Victoria had Cbln-esn faniillPB of i^xcelleinc haraeter The paroiil.-' were honest mid Indus-^ ffloHS hnfl ihp l)i>As ,ind girls bright students in ihe public schools. There had to be some i-i'.sirietion upon the admission of Chinese, no doubt, but , if seemed a pity. 'Diey wern most j useful residents of British Cnlumbii. I They cleared t!ie Innd, did domestic i work and performed a Ihoiisiind use-' ful offices. With the dereJopme,;' i,r 1 I unions and ihe great Increase in the' I cost o*f labor he helip\-pfl 'hni nian\'; i families could noi live tii Victor.a j without Chinese. seem? a mon- j strous thing in this aRc 10 place a tux i on a peaceful people, w'.io loaded our ships with silks and teas, who 1:111:0 and ilid our work ant' 10 hiiodi ilie Ji?nieB nt every ceimiiy in Luropi; v.e.e people took the keenest interest in the 1 affairs otthe union, which now ranked I W. W. Pearson, of Iron Springs, is' Tmanagemeni or this first-rate with Canada and .Uistralia among lheji, the ,itv tnduV and savs" that "the 'W'-to-d.ue theatre has arranged .1 great self governing sl.iles of the em-, vlnter wliea, niii in that district nev- """'"'^' Slarland patrons tonight pi re. HOLBROOKS GENUINE WORCESTERSHiRE SAUCE It imparts a most appetizine flavor, just a table-ipoonful or so in gravies or soups, it makes a wonderful difference mnny people say it is the secret of good cooking. Imported A hsolutely I er looked lielter than It does this ispring. Tlieie is absolutely no eve Id^nce of \( inter kill, i Spenkiii- of I'celprociiy' Mr. Pearson said that he had made a thorough ;enn\as:i of ilie farmers in Ihe Iron ; Springs dis'rict and be finds Hint ithe senfiniinl Is unanimous in faioi !of hiivint; the agreement adopted at I'once. The fariiiers are aTl aii.vioiis to hiv. c recliirocity as soon as pos sible. He ..;a>p that they express jtheinsehch us Ueiiig utterly iiiuibh lto undersiniul the course taken by IM r. Magrinl; 111 oppo.slng it when the 'agreiitneiit i. of ,') renewal of the Atlantic Confer I ence pfioi agreement. The members of the conference wlU' meet iigain) during the summer,. There are many blends of bulk tea-all difFerent. There is only one blend of "Salada" Tea, whcfher you buy one package or a thousand, and the quality never varies. Never Sold in Bulk. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Kxcciitive Comir.iltce of Wes-Ict Kp�orth League will meet in the lecture room of the church this evening at 7 't(J. promptly. The L.Tdies of the Maccabees of the World will meet iiti Friday afternoon at three o'clock, with Mrs. "V. Young- litisband, CiUbill .St. *   � There is no doubt that everyone i.s enjoying an entire rest from social gaieties this Lenten season I'^or the congregations in the city who do not observe Lent are holding services each e\ening in Knox church, so neatly all social evciils have been curtailed and "rnii'' has wierd times trying to find anything interesting for "Mi-kidi" to read cacli eveniiiji. pect lo be able to challenge the ad:-joining towns to friendly games in the near future. Mrs. F. ,J. Hunt has been suflertng from an acute attack of heart trou-plc. She is improving, however, and we hope to sec her around in a few. da} s. The early hours of .Sunday morning were enlivened by a fire in H. Rowc's residence. Happily it was soon extinguished', though one of Mr. Rowe <; rooms ha.s a "singed appearance, and Mr Howe is wearing a scared countenance Or Ferguson, representing the Great West, Life /^�siii'ance Co.. was in town last .Saturday, and did considerable hii.sities.s .Mr (iiiwer ti.nved out to his rural residence dtiritic the wee sma' hours of .S.iturday night. Marked enthusiasm is apparent among the farmers. Everyone has a ' great deal of well-tilled land, and it this e^-cpptional iroisture" continues, the country will soon take on Its normal appearance. Rev. A S Todd leaves tor Blalr-more. Alta., ou Monday next. Ret. Hamilton, pi Vermillion, is expected , to succeed him in the iirst week ( ^ ;