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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta mm L:eTHfiBID0E DAILY HERALD ?arif Stdfe of . 13ooi Were Greatly ExaggerateiJ ChlOB*- 'oui* Out RellM QJjlddgo,. m., March.-^he barM^i w�S motor })oat3 todax^ and the naVa'l reaorves and war ^^e% "partpfewtB 'gaf Mb action -vrttlio^t waiting ;ft>r' 'ordei-s and -wore mtkdS (ready'to'(be rMsfwdi "to the inundft^^ diBtHMB 'tbl^ naoralDg for rescue �vorlif '....... Ttduslanda of dollars worw swit �wire to tli6 Btrlbkon diatrlote for immediate lor food and modlcine. Clolliing'iby'^'the carload wii� sent.. mvpty ohUrbh In the city wUl hold. Bervt(^^> W.Buaday, in answer io a ciU^seht, out by U Wilbur lieaser, field, tecretary ottha YM.CJI... whon money, ftad'0lotbjii�.c6atjrlt>utlong will bo: pfcod ^or;  By the end of the week praotlcally "every'church and pariali hoiise.^iirHl 6e "a, .receiving station. Tlia' above .'list bf measures ih a �wljlchi;,Chlsa(|p-'s heart want oint to* �Iay to ^frickeKdhlo and Indiana. WHeellng Is Threatened' Wh^e^Iittti' :W, Va., ilarch 28.-^The OlilOv HiVOT.'at' this point Teached 50.8 fedt today, and waft I'islng two inches, an hour. ' ' The report: frpin Pittsburg that trie Ohio Mtti lltft^otift^y at that^ plade was mqit encouraging news to th'e ; e'nllfei. ^heeUnB dl^ct, ou ust as ii IdFt tfee witli ite fragl'&iice and flavbi^^ unmipair said Scott.  Three Births �'I w out of danger. The Tf^.tet here was iliihtly lower, and *none^ is flowing the. b'anks,- Celina,{ on 'the wespt, and OPPORTUNITY Thoy do me wrong who say 1 come no more When once I knock and fail to And you in ; For every day I stand outsid* youf tloor, And bid you wake and rise tia fifhfc and win. Wail not tor precious chances passed' away, Weep pot tor golden ages on thb wane', Each night i burn the record's of the day, At sunrise every soul is born again. Laugh lilte a boy at splendors that have sped, To vanls-hed joys be blind and deaf and dumb ; My judgments seal the dead pastwitl it� dead, But never bind, a raomsnt yet to -come. - . � Art tlwu a mourner ?. Then rouse three' from thv spell ! ; Art thou a sinner ? Sins may be tot^' given. , Each morning gives thee wmgs to flpe from hell, ^ Each night a star to guide thy feet to Heaven. -R. B. Malone. * � *. Hostesses tomorrow :- MrS.McKiUop, 616 T^nth St., from ioux. to-six and afterwards on the fouri)h iTueaday of the month. , � ..j. i*;;,.: �  ....... Miss Edna Tripp has returned from a pleasant visit with friends in..CalT Miss Wilkiej of Red Deer, who has been a guest (With her brother, Mr. J. B. Wllkie, since Monday, will return home tomorrow. Miss Mabel Wallace, who has beeif,; attending school In Spokane, has re4. turned,to.:spend, the. holidays at her, home in the city. Mr. and Mrs. G. F, GoE� have Issued invitations to a- masquerade' party on the evening ot Apj;il Isi-' Thirty guests have been bidden;' Mn Gilleapiej^foiitHwly of this-city and now b� Vancouser.-iffi /spending; a; couple ot days here renewing/ acquaintances en route-east. :^  � rt . Mrs. .:D..;Ii-Bltoa arid (Master 'HaUserir have returned from Oaxdaton, where tlieywere Easter (Visitoscs. - >.:; Mrs, Jaclison ')pleasaptly .entertafn-r; ed the G. T. E, clUh llast evenipg^ Four tables of euchre- wore in. play; Mrs. Bernard and Mr. Lelliott ,oapr tunng the pretty trophies. � r �' balithis .eveninj will he hel'd in .the KV of P. 'hail. St;:',Mai:y.!B> on the-eaflt'ih|ink^f reported Pern, Ind.', �r�r extortin(; mon�y.frod�'' the.reservoir holdlnir.-'"; BARNARDO jEONCERT PLEASES ' The'mtfftjng conducted 'b'y,'"Dr,';w. J.Mftyera. wlth-Dr. Bernardo's,musical hoys, a't^he Y:,M,1D. !�L.'ia�it alight wafe > . t J* tit__AT_ ^ J.I.k1��4MIVH lElp., t: D', 7ftlil4bothaan" prcdWed, hS^-ttie ineetqg *as opened-by tie '-"nKof a f^ilffir^hymn,, , ; 'e-faiuiiM} t^rf oe'.tjie. srolrjisii a?k T^'t>'latiO,tt,>i. V6Vt:can. be ;�^c-3wi�hed^^.h^;."eai?ii66t -fraining/and sigh" ibeUB,('mrnlaturi lim�r|ini(>:�4!plB�6 wSte Wl greatlyj Jpfeof4iP�^i' -' ' "I'. ^ --i liThe". eftectrt''ot.*9 PflwHJW^i gi^�!atly^^eriirane�'d;.by,the 'capable ac-e^&'^e,nim^ii!\hifmUA'- hf th^. px-^ efufetor, 'feVHi.^Aaron. ^'- i ' >Fhri(ad(ireBftiby R^v: W.-J:- Mayer,' ^B3HropfiJ9:|ff!p^.-'-.aflfes, .a i^ys'.hbme;, a ;vllla,ge-Mni^'^for girl^; :^,Bfesex qoverInM6,li,qMf; apd-supf piftinY''66 cotta|es.*S'- VtfS^ P"^,' tatght domestic sdio}tS'siBJ|nLOjY jhe-ing askblipie'd; 8ofi^e?t^;& ^llVs'from th^igirUV.villagfc tW^plftn'Sielng to ^^vc^te ihe ,bqysHff #aM,//Bjagknd, jirhere bbya�ytf','natgil, trnln-in?, as Mr. Ma:fergvSUgi^Btad, "fcr jthe CInadlan nayyi,"; Thi 'Ojr'siuHl home in-London, whSyc 300 Boys are Jaught the d>ff6ren1i/^r^^i|B ^In thirteen-Workshops; branclr'hpme in Petertorpbgh, Ont., .foi^glrlsf/a siro-; inthfl.S.Q.E. hall tomorrow evening, commencing at eight-thirty. Part 1 Quick March, H. C. C. Salmon; Dorothea Stacey and Lucy Ingram.  Sttedaly Monilng, I-IeUer ; Enid Killed. The Larks Song, Tschaikowsky ; Viva^EltbU. Valse de Salon, Vogt; Dorothy A. Alexander. GaVottc Martiale, V. Dolmetsch ; Kathleen. Terrill. (a) Serenade, Schubert ; (b) Sing Qn i! Luigi Denaa; Miss Dorothy Young. . ' Part 11. Under the Linden Tree, Robert �Volkmann , Margaret Foster and Isabel Smith. The Cuckoo, Arensky ; Agnes J. Livingstone*  Goodnight "A Day in Venice", E; Jjfevin ; Mildred Nimmons. Minuet -a L'Antique, Paderewski'; Margaret F. Smith, (a) Adagio, F. Reis ; (b) Le Menc-�brleti Maiurka, H. Wieniawski ; Mr. David "Scott. . (aj March of-the Dwarfs, Grieg; (b) Rustle of Spring, Sinding ; Aileen M.. Jones.. CI.UB8 AND SOCIETIES The Hospital..Aid' This announc'emeat is: made in ,y^e,^5r ot t^ie ffct, that there seems to be some doubt aS to whioh Jiall It is to be in. The K. of P. hall is the place, and It is mest at-tractlVely ado*rned for the occasion, ^in the 6*1* hospital; colors of green aud gold, the artistic work - of Mr. Rowley. A ' ^peoj^l street car will leave at 2 a.m. lor the coijvcriience ot^the dancers. Forbes-Rohertsoa appealed at Dru-ry Lane Saturday night in ",Ham-let," opening his farew'ell- tourJrOf,-feiigland, preparatory to his fihaKvla-It to the United States'"in th'6 t|U.'-During th6 DrurviLsne season, he-'and his' wife, pertriide EUiotti -'wJU -afi: pear, in'the-chief plays of thsir^reper-I toire. "^The' 'press -acclaims-AESJirbes-^ Roberts(jtn'as England's greatest ^.W^ -Meftibeits of St. Cyprian'a Junior �Hihle Class are requested to he present at the' home of Mr. Jones, 0th street, tonight at' ofi'clock to hold a biisiness nseeting.'; �'1,7  � �Boys ot St; - Cyprian's Sunday school from the age ot 10 years to 17 years, are requested to be present at the parlsli roam Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock to organize' the athletic department ot the SundaV school.  � � The Woman's- Missionary Society of.TVestmlnpter Church held a well-attended meeting ft the home ot Mrs. W; P. J. Alexander. Mrs. Heighes read a very'clever-paper on "Chinese Wdihen.". The Indies decided to hold a^,,rummage aalWiiabout the last of �April;.; �;'����; vMrs, Bur^mann was appointed a delegate to  the";tirianch meeting of the Womeij'a .MlS^JP9^ry, Society of Al'berta, which convenes in Medicine Hat the first oif^Jun�. iThe Women's-Auxiliary-of St.'Cyprian's Church',htt'd^ a splendidly'attended meeting, ylflerday afternodn The returns, o';^ Mgle" italeut mon^y^ made; during Lei^^.,were,.; handed in and totalled the Bp;endld "^um pf $191,, the "navy hl'ue" jSide, oajjtalned.^by. Mrs. J. W. Bartlett, wlnnnlng out in the contest over the '.'purples," hav-lug ni6 to th^rjijy^t s I Mrs. McMillan,,jf^,,and Mrs. W. V, �McMillsn were hbstesfiess yea terday, and,at the,next V^^iilar meeting the winning aide in the oonteilt will be entertained by theilosars, i-Forty Or more memhers: of'the .Central W. C. T. 'U. ap'ent a delightful time M the parlor social, which was Beld last exenln^, at the home of Mrs Joha -Bnodie,/ Blevjentli � ^trept. The president, Mrs.WrH^ .O^iJltftar, prei; sided over thp 'following * fine. programme: " r Solo-^"Jeru^em;"'MiSB U^y. .'_Rei^dlng-"The liihUac6'and purpl_e hat w^|tr .wliite fc^thpr.nrouTit. ^ '' The "'tea' t^tblOas^efleotlve, with .a, nessage. pf��BpringJexpiessbd-'iMn. Jtw loral ,'a'o'potntment ;6f'^gol^en.,e?t�lipp|! eadlng-r^' Home!'. (Druramond^^ ^Mr.-'ponlbeat;. Duel--"What are,-the "Vyild W9,y Saying," Mrs. Co4beaf'fnd''Mi8rUdy. V^olo-'^Sweet SnJnnipr Cbjne Ag-'8Jin,"''MrB. Mltford..^r. T;Reoitfttlon-"?eaple' Will Talk, 'rMlBs.Udy. . ^ >, % / .Tjie-featu^e of Jhe,,ev^g oqcnrte,* �w/' polumh,ia. .Myp. Bf, qspi^ear. .on 'Ijehalt^of' the- B9ole^y,-,Pfe8^n^d Mrsj Jovdah .with,a han^aomejet pfstable; linen; The khfe, ^^h'Vwaf^etolirold; Ij-FP^l la Mre.JOMn]�> a unique idea -oarritid out 'Itt^tifliyjngithe servtetw^jmarljed eaon !'giftV'ai>oke of the,ple^suref'4he,, had -bY-er'feU In tbe-.w,CTk,, afld of .the Ins. liereBt she'would - ati}^'tako* in- it In ijer n^vy Bphejre. wheye she wpuW ot- ^1 ill COME: And Bring Your Friends fo The Hudson^s Bay Stores To-moirrow The Store That DOES THINGS For It's Patrons \ *T TAKES TIME, THOUGHT AND ENERGY to originate ideas to interest and serve I our patrons to the fullest possible extent, and the management of this store is ever * on the alert lor new ideas to interest and serve better the citizens of LetWoridgje s>n^ surrounding district. This store introduced the week-end Bargain movement, the Copper Coijti�ge� amd many other schemes to reduce the cost of living in this city, till now Letbbridge is cosn-ceded by all the travelling public-people who know-^to be the most congenial sad economical city in Western Canada, in which to reside.' Our Friday and Saturday Bargain days have done more, possibly, than any one thing, to win this enviable reputu-^ tion for this store and incidentally for this city, so that it is no-w quite a common occurrence for people residing up to distances of 150 miles and over, to pay railway fares to come to tliis store to do iheir shopping. � We are out to reduce the cost of living to the lowetft possible notch, and it is onlybyv your hearty and unstinted co-operation that this mayhe attained, the bigger gur volume of-business the lower the percentage of profit it takes to pay running expenses.: W� are after the business of the majority-and with such values as these items on Special Sate tomorrow, we'll get it. Be early and get your share of th� exceptional values offeredv: $2.89 LADIES' $5 WOOL SWEATER COATS in the newest styles, for ............ GIRLS'iand MISSES' WOOL SWEATER qo, coats; regular ?2.00 values for...... LADIES' MgSSALINE SILK BLOUSES il>c> nn , up to'$6.00 values, for................ P-6.�/w LADIES' SILK FRINGE WAIR NETS OKp Good value at 5 ceuta each: 12 for...... Aa TEA OR COFFEE ... .... ANCHOVY EGGS ON TOAST v/lth ^ka TEA OR COFFEE ......... WALDORF SALAD with BREAD and f>AA  ..BUTTER arid TEA Ol? CO^^FEE THB&te DAINTIES SBBVBD FROM 3 TO MEN'S BLACK AND HEATHER MIXED d>-|'ii|i WOOL 80X;-�6c value; 6 pair for ..... 'P-*-T ; MEN'S, SQc 9nd 76c. NECKWEAR 25c MBN'S JI1.90 QUALITY FLEBCE-LIN^D Qok , UNDERWKAR, for per suit............ .vo^. - STANFlELD'S NATURAL WOOL UNQER- Aftv^  WHAR, SHlritS ONLY; ^1.76 valiie for.. "WV* 9f^A3S EXTENSION CURTAIN R0OS} a^ii 60 cent values, for, aacli............. AOt; QUALITIES In WHITE iihd ECRU CUR- ' V TAISOTMS;. for per �yard ,; ' C'-.^liV'^-'^'^W'';:'' ART CRETONNES Suitable for FUrnltjJre |b� ' coverlnja, per yard ,;, CHILDIS, $1.�10 TAN KID BLUOHRRS LITTLE Ql^NT'S $1.76 SUUCHSB8 for.........;..................... LADIES' TAri KID O^tFORDSi |4.M for ;.........,................ 99c. $1.0$^ $2.95 :QroQeYy Bargaim 1ft> tig, tURl^lSH OOFFtE -gg^ , a " ' j  1  ' 1  MOMK & GLASS, jKLLVi POWOftRS Four for i GOOD CASE 20c EGOS, dbx, 25tb CASE CAtl-rORNIA l�RUNES s;.... 24Va'tt> Sack H-B. Plpur \ -p,j,'QAi, ' ,;i1t.,^lr. BaK'8 Pfr^dsr-^'^^V^l-' ^ The Hudson's I Fin. Secretary-Sister Jones. ; TreasureV^Bro. Atklna. Guard-rr^ro. Lauder. Sentlnel^Bro. James Bro^yn, Chaplain-'Bro, Atkins, ;: Supt.v Juvenile WorU-^Broi English and Sister Ingram. ''.':(�: Theorganisation will meet every ThuKwday, . tpr; juveniles; at*.' jspveh o'clooli; and adultsjat! eight o'olodlc.: WILL BE EX WW � A CLARKE & CO. ARE GOING TO HANDLE SPECIAL LIWE8 IN FjJTUR? ClapKe^,* Co; are Ipaugur^tlng -a �unique '^ffature, and 'what wJU fno deubt prove "40. he ' qf, decided ad-yantage'tp*:the ladles of Lethhridge,' by converting.',t!^tir, stqra lnto.,'.a hijuse;o�,sifebl^iiles, 'wh^re-WUHPwy. ready:aift4fcg^pHi^'(ila(?e;Clajlt^&Co,',s'Bt?Wp/ lOOJOOO ipem/The fedpM . o-ernmcP^-. aire apPMsntly agreed ks tg the piin' Qtple ot lBvy,,hhji-ex9ctl lio* tli-speolal Um d n njr' known -i & 'igBdmont6nr^.|\^�rph 37 -ifflS. �]�>iy�hl(?.,|}fr/tb|;teft huge. ij\,^ho, ffi|nl&i^^ 112 &27,alc| ,Qupbec;,j,g,Qji?A dayihoyobJs-yJ e.fh^.oK'k4o|^| m S ClOf^^ lih a _i'ro than tfl Mi' r �nt elgjjt .to U , t :aiti!|M! r^Bysf^p" alvo'jpmi ;