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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1911 THE LETUBRIDGE DAILT HEKALn PAGE SEVEN What adds more to a good is more enjoyed than a cup .of good coffee What is simpler (d makq p Why deprive yourself of' this morning luxury'when CHARTER LEAVES NO ROOM FOR DOUBT ON THE QUESTION Uy .a resolutiori oi the this uio'rnlng, the city clerk is authorized to have the auditor's report. uuullsti- iu ths Herald: Tor Sonic time the i nueslion has remained undecided, the MILADI Edited by "INO" Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 TIIK SXOW t drops so ItiMly, it mates LO sound, And scftlv, si, softly, il fjlls around; It veils tho Olds, in a llecty cloud. Friends in !nr Iv.o ur tljreo! j wraps shroud. lilt and the cxtrfnn- Tuesday at- a scores orchestra pieces discourser some of whicli liai been obtained teo-ntly in Ncu York. 1 A menu ivas cnjoyeil at hali time, and ti.c street cars ivere fouct Dr. mill Mis. A. (J. Robertson Koatlh Aic-t have returned froin in. extended visit al Halt Lake-City. yarticalarly bCceptaMc holh going to and leaving the hall oa such a stormy Mrs. U. 1-'. IV L'onyhfaro, River- night. The gowns worn'were very view, has gone on go extended pretty" aail aHogefncE the affair was to NPIV very delighlEiil. I iiuch credit ior the Stevens oi the Mr. ami Mrs. A. Asplm returned on'evening is "due the which Tuesday iioin MoutKal. They- visited incluUfd Mrs. Maljou, Mr. and Mrs. Toronto and Moose Jaw en coUte Ilossiler, Mr. ani! Mrs. Waddell, Mr. tomc. Ciriinili and Mr. Donald, uhilc Mr. v ,1. Harris was master oi ceremonies. Mr. 11. A. Wright has returned from Ilic winter in California. Mrs..Wright, and children A Worthy Assemblage of New And Exclusive Importations Faahlons have, midergono'inany changes of recent years, Unt iu whatever 'atrlo trend dominates the niodo, iloyaJ Store models seek out and find Uie ujoal taatefnl rctlned of the now iiovcUies. Yovi who arc now to ud have-only to como lo the Mantle. Snlon and view our Spring Importations, to confirm this statement. -To thousfinds or Lethbtldgo's most jjQrtlcutor woinen it has bceii an accepted fact Tor .years. TJie extreme novel of the Spring FfcaMoas nccesaitalfcs tho exorcising of "considerable care "in choosing your Spring Chooeo boro, where you have tne selection of Can- ada's markets'at your command and .where oxclus- Ivenoss Is assured.' NEW SUITS Tho abbreviated 'coats of the Spring Suits are a. natural sequence of Uiu hip draperies. Thesb two outstanding fealurea oT- the fashions aro to be foiiiiri (n many Individual forms In Koyal Store Snila. Our mwlels present a selection better than over. KxcliiPivc styles from TO 955.00 THE NEW DRESSES The novelties we arc showing In the Dre'ssea show rdflned originality and handEome beauty, lions by French, EtigUsh- and American. luodlalea (n the newest nuavcrials and rich colors'arc diBptaj'td hero Tn a wonderful array. Crone rtc Clieno In brocade or plain effects, of them fi'alurn tha Iishionablo ljusllo 6ffcct3. fJacc frilllnga ond fancy well as tier Bfcirls. nro popular ornamentations. I'rfcos from TO On Sale To-morrow -THE PUHUrS FAYOKlTi-; .SH01T1XO PLACE is (ho Hud- sou's Company's Store. Great numbers buy at iliis store daily liecnusi! tho mercluuidiscisii hvays si'iisoiinble, always reliable ;uul liccausc tin: jirioos !iiv iifvi-r other limn ruasoiuible. Those who visit this store toiiiorriiw 11 liud Irrsh awl pleasant evidence of this store's wonderful popularity. More Economy Notes from our Grocery Section for Tomorrow's Selling 11 Coifs I'ons..........SI-00 0 Havs Buii'liglil Soap......25C Lib TIN MONK AND GLASS CUSTARD POWDEH LARGE SIZED ORANGES 2 DOZEN FOR 41c Chic Styles in Ladies' Lace Boudoir Caps in the Dry Goods Section tire featuring a special line of ihfcc Caiip daintiest siyfcs vou can itu- Fine late trluiinc-il {tink or blue ribbon. Noi ninny in the shipment. A miss tlie'.e THURSDAY ..............HOC Ladies'Tan Calf Boots at should be These two smart Spring Styles In Ladies' Tan Calf and tuition models, shapes. Thirty ualrs only in the lot. tf-Q QQ up'to (Hj. Heeular uj> to Have one of these Dainty Salads Served to you in the Tea Rooms TOMATO SALAD, BREAD AND BUT- TER, TEA OR COF- FEE 25c JOHNSOS'-WEIKEL A.ijuiet'wcddinji'KKs solranizcj at j parsonaEC on Tuesday cvcn- Mi5s' IloSa Wcikcl, ol Cli'aropioTi, in mirtiage lo ol Taber. Rev. H. C'oblilKlIc'K .'tied the r.uptial in the presence of tbo bride's parente. and Mrs. Johnson will reoiJe Tnbcr. B is plrortlj-. to be. visiteU by one of the must iDUreslm's women ol the present JILSS Helen Keller, who, although fropi_ her infancy becJi hlind, deat and.dumb, can .iuv.', tbrougli lier ivondcrfu! will po.irr, energy and the rarclul nncl of her teacher and lite-tori Mrs. Maccy, speak fectly. Miss Keller is privilege-] lo number among tier inany friends o! the most noted all o! ,__ whom were first attractcsl by iirr inairellous personality and active brain. Newness, Merit, Economy are ali in evidence in the fir.e collection cf Spring Goodc.we are showing. It's a showing that Is worth your fullest consideration, for [t has been chosen with great care, and believe it the most attractive stock we have ye: shown. CtUiULties'are high, patterns .and styles are new, and prices admit of no competition. CUCUMBER SAL- AD, AND BUTTER, TEA OR COFFEE 25c Two Ply Scotch Pro. Wool Rugs Greatly. These nc'.v in heavy alt wool Scotch. ;.ro The colorings are ef- fective suitable fir- bedroom, dining room etc. The are low. 7 H. I! ins. ft..'.-..'.. 25 oxio n.o News of Reductions in Children's Wash Dresses Tomorrow are Bhowlug; this lot of eoft. Print Dresses for the lilUe folks. Checked and striped designs, also TJnin siijittea of Hnen and buR. Ages 2, i, fi, atid up to H years, worth to fr 4 OO I Men's Cashmere 1-2 Hose Extra Fine Quality Six pairs for A Epecia! shipment of these Men's Cashmere. Half note, in1 black oaly. Spliced toes and heels; a strong Epmceanie line. AH sizes, ff 4 rtO regular 25c pair. THURSDAY C pairs 5 I .UU. Drop in China Jugs-- Nothing Broken But The Price These pveltj- blue and gold decorated Jugs varying in size from Vi-ntr.t to 1 quart. Dark and light blue pallerns. Lines that eold as lllEh as S5c. THURSDAY.............. A ghf oudso FERNIE POLICE LOOKING FOR THEM FERNIE STREETS NOT- MUCH TO BE PROUD OF Clubs and Societies The Daughters and Jlaul? of latvl hold a btBir.fss ir.eetin.e in Fertile, B. C., March Sun- night some 'person or persons who molt time than raoney im- the H.'O. B. hall lonirhl at right "10Ie '1IriC o'clccV. All members aie'uriKd to I listened the lioppcis on thirteen cars p-cstnt L: Great Northern coal on tracks in 'I the. M. F. M. yards allowing the, '-The Woman's Aiuiliaiy of St. Cv-1 coal to lie dumped on the ground prianV ebirch will hold a l.usineffl i police have tire matter in hand fnecling at thiec o'clocV tomorrow, 1 A ls te noped tlial tboper- hill attendance is reaueslol. Pelrators will he caught and punish- j.- 'led, as this is not the. first :'The Ladies' Aid'o'l ibe Kirst damage lo property in these list church -will meet tomorrow alter- yards. at 2.30 with Mrs. Angus' Roy, -Miss Jlaiie Shcpanl. soloist, enter- Kighlli SI? Alt'tljc. members arc taincd a few oi her lady friends to a uiged k> he present. [demonstration in spiritualism on Sun- iie.. f.elhbridge Liivn Tcr.nis dub evening in tlie Y.M.C. A. Thi'rules and regulations NUMBER WK.L WORK ON THE U.S. -MILK RIVER RECLAM. ATION SERVICE to heller suit present conditions. t The Young Ladies' Hibtc class oi Wesley church will hold their regular monthly tomorrow (Thurs- day) cvenine; In the class room. F.v- ery member is urged lo ho present; As important business will he dis- ilistussed, nflcr wliich n social hour will be spcrif. ilay evening in the Fernie hotel par- lor. John K. Ilroois. Gateway United Stairs Custom Officer, is spending a lew clays in Fernie on official husi- jr.ess. The streets of Fernie ate a mass of mud and a disgrace lo the city. As there is an abundance oi gravel available it seems strange, tbat a little cannot be spread on thf princi- pal thoroughfare in ly application of of the year- clay. Motorists Hnymond, Jfarch ?4. Raymond :ontrnctors are on' the move, fitch ird Rkonaon has fifteen teams and men, and has left for the hig ditcJi la >lonlana. He Is paying sixty dol- lars and board for-.hls help. lie cured moat of. his-men from this dully. X. 0. Robinson and Stephen B oett alsc contract on tlie same canal. They will Iqave soon. Andrew' Dalhe and Ed. Hiwk go north lo work on.the C. P. H. cnnala. "Cull" Thompson Is rigging out a hi; outfit, and will go at it again, lie niado good money last' rear, anrj thinks he can do belter this season. Prof. Dram well of the Knight Acad- emy, irho ig president of the Sunday of Taylor Stake, together "ith'his aids, John Powelson and 0. T. Wride, went to -Taoer on Sunday-, March 12, and held a union meeting with Hie officers and teachers of fa- ber, Barns-ell, Grasfy Lake and Piir- nle Springs schoolE. All Ihe schools were ve'A reprcsenled at ths eonve'n- tiou. All these schools hold, llleir sCBEtons every week, and it is organize another about leu miles northeast of Taber. CROWN PRINCE ABANDONS AFRICAN HUNTING Berlin, Germany, ffip to Africa, Tvhleli the Crown Prince had purposed making this year, has been definitely It is understood that the reaeoA for the change Is the Emperor's objec- lion to the Crown Prince Interrupting his work on the general staff of the army hy such a long absence. "An- other reason put forward In some quarters is that the Imperial parlia- ment would refuse an appropriation to cover tho expenses of such a trjp. touring through llrilisli Colutnhia last tald thai the woist piece of roarl in the province uas wilhin tnc Tlie Women's MiKSionary society Fernie town limits. We.iley church will meet tomorrow I. A meeting of the central executive nlteracm ut 1 o'clock In Wwlc.y inl (nn Cdiiservative Association Is to Hall. Mrs. T. W. IJuayle will give an 1tir llt'ltl al tllc Monlia) address, and (hose- havin; mile hoses ior the trans.ution oi im- arc asVcd to urinR them. The preti" porfant busii rtcnt wishes the executive (o meet A Ijilli rattier tiian the regular THE-; HAGEL APPEAL ir.Cilir.c. THE RDYftL tiler, adjournment until Thursday lias been granted hy Mr. Justice Cur run 512 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH. lake.. U is slaled today that Itm other len jurymen fall to agree -with Iho l'_ I statement of Jurymen Willis and Ap- j'Slucji intercit centres ansind (plejaVd, that the foreman returned'a verdict in thin csso other than that (o which the twelve men had agreed. the third jear in succession j the senate has refused to grant iti- soloKt v.ill trf til' I.Koncert, to be Riven.In Wesley Hall 1 rievl Monday night .Ky fhe Ladies' Quartette, iiiider the aasjjic- the l.aillMy Society. iiouinst, -ptanisi, ,-atiu tne. senate nas reuisea to pa prcstani, who vorrc .to .Anntcjf aanager, o! tjuebcc. Blue Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Tea are tnvlted ta try Blue pure fool luoducls tnllrcly at our risk. We guarantee them (o be absolutely pure and lo give every satisfaction. If you arc disappointed In apy way brlng.them bacl; lo and hate your'money refunded. ;