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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1M4 THE !.ET II BRIDGE WEEKLY HE it PAGE KLEVKS' CLARKE CO. Phone 453 The LADIES' STORE Acadia Blk. Saturday is Ready-to-Wear Day SUITS, COATS, SKIRTS. DRESSES AND MILLINERY IN MANY NEW AND ATTRAC- TIVE STYLES THAT YOU HAVE NOT SEEN BEFORE. AND UNBEATABLE VALUES PREVAIL Just two left in wMch to do yuur you eanuol aHon! io put.off thp election of your outer garmt-uts for aiiciber day. AsIOo from the iruUsijut- able fact that selections are Lelttr now than tht-.v will be later on, ihm- is also consideration o[ our aJU-raUon department, which ran bc-ner atttntloa uow than during thp rueh of Uie last tew days. A depotit your choice till you arc fer it. We makt free and guarantee the fit. HIGH GRADE NOVELTY SUIT6 COfl fit COC IN GREAT VARIETY l" And at lower prices than you pay En other stores. During the past few days, some of tbo gijitb we have to ahmv UiU FMEOQ have coma to hard b> express, especially lor Easier sfP'ajr, ar.d am fully up to Use atondard of and ganuenU of "other seasons. Made of n 6 we it plain jnrf brocade materials, muatard, tango, new blue, tans, Copenhagen, navy, etc. Coats made with hlmona sleeve and the new drop shoulder. Sklrti In the new drape or tunic effects Every ont In the best way, perfect in fit and shape-keeping In but one gar'mtnt of ar.d all exclusive with this store. Hit Sale YOUR CHOICE OF THIS ENTIRE NSW EASTER STOCK. Stout Women's Suits S22.50i-S32.50 Sizes to suit every fctou- wouian' of regular or Irregular proportions iu tailored earn.euts. Colors navy, grey and black. Slztt range In odd and even numbers from 39 rEpht up Coat Sale TJirco quarter and full EeiitU'i fouls hi navy, j-rey and black- to 41.; worth to MILADI INO' Phones Res.1115 Qfke 1224 are the ol yesteryear 1 they sang Ihloligh vibrant wires Wlicro arc the hearts thtt reached ironi beie Anil touched supernal (ires The gutliereil tetis a! all tbe years Are saved tor you and me they make to grow the blow In the home .where spirits be. 'And io thai home prc roses And fragrant cream Anil 1 find the face'o' Chriit As I've it in my dream. -IUv. H. T. Miller. Mr. Fllmer thanked Ihe donors in a few- well chosen words, expressing :be pleasure the ieen lo him. Announcement IE made oi the en- agement ol Evaoceline scc- iiid daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Harrison, of MontrPAl, to Mr. Ar- thur M. Owen, minager of it-.e Im- perial Hank, at Kernie, n. 0. The marriage to take place in Calgary on June 3rd. 1'ke physical 'culture class o! leachers bate dpcitlert to fcold a dance on Fridiy .evening next. citjr .Mrs. ft. Howard Dobson hos- tess of a small tea hour afiair this ntUinoon, in courtesy fo Mrs. T. W. Qiiayle, .who leaves later lo reside in Edmonton: The hostess was assisted by Miss Katharine Dunn. Lottie Wood, o! is eipected.homt-on Tufaiiay to viiit her I'M'uiti'i'Mr., and Mrs. .John Wood, fourteenth St. Mr. Kilmer, physical instructor o! the city wS6 pleasantly sur- Thursday tivMing at the close nf the evening -classes, of ivliich nomo teachers wtre meaibeis, when thiy presented him hindsoTte jardiniere stand, in token of tteir appreciation. alwavs place in tl.e Methodist church, Mac- leodi afternoon of Miss Kdilh Flood, only daughter Of Mr. Joshua oi to Mr. Ueniawin Camplien of Macltotl, the Her. A. Hit-hard officiating. The bride, was given away in- ner fattier, was Lwomlrigly gowned in fl smart tailored travelling dress oi navy blue figured luomlcloth aiid h3t to match with black plume. She was aisislol by Miss Tilly Huchc, while the groom was biigiporlrd by his bro- ther, Mr. Jack Campbt-11, the ushers being Messrs. CIporgc Campbell and Ucrt Following a recep- tion at the the bride's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell left on the evening train for Edmonton the return from which place thej will take up tlicsr residence in Mac- leod. Clubs and Societies The Art Needle-work club will meet on Monday nftercoon with Jlrs. D. A Simpson, 533 Fourteenth St., S. Sixteen laairs attended the thimbl tea %iicn at the home of Mrs. Hon. VV. R. Motherwcll, min- Islerol agriculture for -Saskatchewan, Third Ave., N.. on Wed il8' S- i 4k" vhome.'n uesday alttiixion unfcr 'the auspice. Abernethy, Sasy.; since the beginning or An.ltew.s ,.adies. Aid. ..Kac, oi tbe year, injured kr.ce. a tot lhl November tiiasr, and a very busr "Mr. Joseph Jlattio, Kut was spent'in sewing. A soda St. Pancras, iid ot'Brit- lime was r-njoycd ovt-r .the lea cupa ish .Columbia, :uho-was spx-mlir.g his ivhtn the hostess served d.iinty re- vacalion in Canada, has been ill in fresbmcnts. New en route to London. At {heft' residence, Richmond Hill, London, England, Mr. and Mrs. J. Obed Smith gave another their j'tVptlsi informal unme-rs to Canadians, at! f. which His Honoi the Gov- ernor of SasIfaU'heivan ar.d Mrs. Xada Xaina I'i cl'jii have iuvil.ttions to'a social, lo b The Women's Missionarr society of! DR. PRICES CREAM BAKING POWDER A pure, healthful, Cream of Tartar Baking Powder When buying an of food you arc entitled to know exactly what you are buying quality and ingredients. If this information is refused don't buy it. Some of the low grade baking powders are ndvertised, but the ingredients of the powders are scrupulously concealed, A housekeeper would not use a baking pow- der containing alum if she knew it. It is well when buying to examine the label on the can. Unless it shows the ingredient cream of tartar, don't buy it. Dr. Price's baking powder is abso- lutely free from alum, Skeith and Jits. (Dr.) r.oyeiing were j appointed lo Ihc'W.'M. S. cwnjention, to he held in Wesley fn the ptcsrcce'oi ahdut thirty church, C'algaty, June 3, I and 5. fucsts and a large assemblage of in- j (Dr.) Levering was also terested spectators, the .wedding look' pointed superintendent of the Mission Hand. Jlrs. T. iff. Quajle read a paprr on the study toot, which shon'fd otiginalily of thought ami brought 1 new'points vividly lefore her hrar- j crs. j i j The Ladies' AH ol tl.c First Hap- ilist church met on Thursday .liter- noon with Mrs. Roy. A good- ly number were out gnd a busy time wns spent in sewing for the l-3aster when a pantry tahle, fancy ivotfc tooth nnil nltcrr.oon tea ivill he (ea- ttirp.s. Inviting dainties uere. served the hostess at the tea hour. i t. tf t: A splendid meeting of the Women's -Missk.naty siKictv-' of., Westminster churilfwas held on Thursday, aftcr- Ir.ooii, when-the tajilc was ably taken Iliy Mrs. .1. li. Oray. A of the time was spfnl in arranging.de- tails tor a missionary concert, to he htld neit Thiirsriny evening. Ttie con- corl promises to 'oe nniqut- awl very interesting.. t i A well nllenrted Hmcss.meeting ol St, was held in the parish room Thursday af- lernoon. It wns dreiilsd to hold n lea and sale in the parish room dur- ing Kastcr week. Mhitr ladies weto sewing, Mrs. Morj.in toad a pater explaining tfcc United .Thank offering of the A, At .the.business meetings study of .lauan Is to' be stalled' together ivHh n short. IntercMinR-p.-iu'er--on or.c1 of'the mission 'studies tor month. A pajifr on Western Afr'ita'is lo given In -April. Tea nas hostesses h'e- ing Mrs. Tuff and Mrs. D. A. Tay- Very successful in every way was the Rood time, social gii'cn in SI. Andrew's rliurrh on Thursday cvrti- inCO 24- inch size Classic Shoes The famous Classic. Shoo for patent leather blu- chers trimmed with white buck, wide toe with no raps, spring very comfortable hoot for the children. tl QA Sires 3 to T. res. J2 I JJI Ladies' Bluchers ladles' (Junmctal Bluchers with vlscollzert sole5, smart heelp, just 16 pairs to himy'oiit at Mils price. Rlzo; AQ to 8, Keg. Ladies' Bluchers Gunme-Ul and Bor CtU for irell Mlevtad leather ill smart ifl blucher ftylca. with metllum toe lilnh hceli. lltrbt solei; 3tronr flexible An EiLea 3-6. Ret. J5.. Men's Boots Hroken HTICS in Men's Bflz Calf and Guii metal Boots ing out and blucher styles', all worth conilnf after, all ID the sorltnonl! Kegular A up lo (ThrBudson's Bay FKEtH IN GROCERY OePARTMENT ing of the following; orcheslra scliv- tlon duel, Miss Ames and'Mr. Ilnrl- Mrs. (Jouits; solo, Mrs. Horn ilr-el, Mrs. Title and Mrs. snn solo, Mr. Hartley; reading, Jits. Jfoo'lif, and quartette, Misses Atnrs anri liun.c and Me.ssrs. Hartley and Outr. A happy hour was enjoyed at Ihe close of the piogtam in social inter- course and the serving ol inviting u- i The Toicnto LaOiM1 Quartellc, cojnposeil of Miss Ruth Thom, so- prano; .Miss Maud Hiischlen, violinist; .Miss Kpeneer, humorous cn- fr-rlaincr and Miss Nellie Malcolm, pianiste, tinder the sole direction of Wallace (Iraharn, wilt render tt-.e fol- lowing program in on Monday night next: ['Alit I. Pinno (a) "I'itgriin's Tannhaustr (h) "March Miss Nellie >ialcolm. Srina; flotnoil, Kuth Tliam. A H'unotu'.ii, Ckamltrizatlon ''.Sunday Slilidin1 Anon, Miss Clar- ice Hpfnror. Molln Holo Sarjsato, Miss Mauri Huachlen. Lass with tho fleli- catc Air1-', Atne, Miss Kuth Thorii. Man's Description <.t a Under; Miss Clarice Spencer. PART 2 s Kevin, Miss Nellie Malcolm. A (JIMs it! Owen A. Miss L'lnrico Sppnrer. Mifv- ilock Miss Maud Ijuschltn. Swtft Bird-1, Bifiop; Miss Ilutli Thorn. Character Views" Anderson, Miss Clarice Spacer. Violin in. B Flat (Op. 9, No. Chopin, Miss Maud Uusrhlcn. Ofd Save. King. Piogram subject to change. The Sneillih steamer Torhlld ha. near Spain, with a loss of ten Tlie Torhlld wan uililt In IS77. She of M6 registt-r. v' ;