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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAKC1I 30, 1911 THE KETH HKIIXiK DAILY Hl-MtALD CAGE SEVE? CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block Prepare this week for Easter altniUie complete havi. ever hud to sliou hi Sulla IIM! Coa's, Sliris and Drfisc-3, f.'crsetf and Wliltewtar. lilovvs Hosiery, Neckwear ami Veilinst. Millinery. Goods. Silks, Novelties, etc. throughout are all fresh and new and characterized by extremely moderate .pricing. Most choosing will be this the Easier rush begins, and our alteration department can give you more careful service In the fitting of yo-jr Easter Costume. NEWEST SUEDE BELTS ,65c Four Inches with Ifather liucblo. vel- ars black, grey, bl'je, green null rose, etc. NEWEST VEILINGS 25c to 9QC Fine-it filk goods wobt attractive plain and borvleit-J. btatk all colors. EASTER HAND BAGS 75c '0 S5.00 citangc pimos. auU iht- luiujit drJucd In u-ry HifV Juii to iiaiiil ty cxproas. HIGH GRADE SUITS IN EXCLUSIVE MODELS to J.'JaJn tailored and novelty, effects iu t-veiy im- aginable (jolor ?.ud In sizea to S'tlL all regular Ijy- urea aa well as very pniall and oxlra women up to -16, CLEVER COAT STYLES TO SUIT EVERY PURSE (o 825.0 Suurt Coats ab uell 3a new dret-sy styles 'lu ratines, urocadca. light und blanket -and- a complete range Bizes to from. PRETTY SILK DRESSES OF FINEST MESSELAIHES to Colors navy, tan, new blue, etc., in regular'sizcs :is well as su.iH asul siies up to '.nluc-.' NEW EASTER MiLLINERY AT VERY MOD ERATE COST S5.00 10 Vr-ry nttrac'.ivo imported TrJiunje-d JFats in styles to suit uf famous Kisk JIats whic-li arc tbo hs-idi-td of ull American makes, having a Itiige MILADI is a eulilen key should icor-jlijj; and loci! un I he ev- j U Ileuiembur your Cud, lMc.g Hod. Then 'A ibtfct i-atiios grow -Into vital His rral tiresome Uvltli you, a lirescnc.: of toic and tow- 'vr, wljith i.u chiiiKe fan t-ver uiko jaway, luo Pr.c? of Hiiu who hr.s tr-a.'il, "l.o, 1 am v. itl: you tv- eh unto the c-ii'l o' U'e world." i.lsucs I.iltlo Miss BrUy ot Cat-j Eary is ol -Mmgaret, the ilauRiucr of Mr. uuj Mrs. A. B. -Mrs. C. M. AnioM ol IlroohB is a gucjt wllh Mrs. Dormon It. J. _1je a Mrs. J. W. liawdr-'i nill bp hostess! ol n bi'hlge on Kriilay. Mr, and .'-Irs, KuFsell and fam- ily tills moniiiig after an t-x- teiidci] visit in tast. T Mrs. J. E. Torilll liveive lladles atnl tlit-ir iitifc ones thu after ua in honor of lier (laughter olliy's blrlhOay. was nil viands were EPrvcd FASTER GIFTS ,.lust ,rime to Embroider a Small Gift EASTER; Call at once for 7 MISS FILMER Bawden Bros. Hull Block Villag e of Commerce Alberta Auditors Report for the months of November cind Tonight 8 O'CLOCK Business and Social INITIATIONS ALEX LOTHIAN, Secretary. Sundays Sermon spoilt by Coughing 'j I A happy Iiout M- wlnoh delicious the l Jlrs. W. II. Morrh Mrs. Char- les McKillori ivlll the raeii's Civic Club at a violet tea at Ihc liomo of the former cm afieriioon. His Loi'dsitlp Bishop I'inkham, Vc-n- atlo Archder.ron TIP.IS and Sldnev Iloulton ol Calgary leave on .Monday for the Ulooil Iteserve, tu visit Ilov. S. and Mrs. and to UD 'present at tlic re-union ol pu- to he held Ihrrc nest Tuesday and' Wednesday. t Mrs- C. 'W. Manson and little son leave on for Gall, Ont. They TCltl spend the summer at To- ironto; Detroit and Hie laVes, and will be away sir or seven moulhs." Jlr. Manson will accompaoy tlieni'ns Ear as -Medicine Hat. A dose of Malhieu'5 Syrup ofTarandCodLiverOiltekcn LeEoieJcavlngfor church will check thit sen-ice spoiliug CO'Jgh.' This prepirRtion acts as a Ionic as Tvell as a coujth cure and ils nse the system to throw off all signs uf CL-id. Miss' Hnr.ler was tor in Calisry. a ivcck end visi- RECEIPTS on hand Octcoe'r 31, Taxes Current ami Arrears..................- EXPENDITURES Paid to Coalt-dle Scliqoj S 13.50 2136.41 1475.11 1 101.50 3.50 521G0.21 Balance oa hand December SI, STATEMENT OF SCHOOL DISTRICT Amount.ol requisition FftJd Tniatccs............................. H75.ll .Balajice due School District ROLL: ..Current Taioa 3582.35 Arrtare and Penalties 31.24 Current Taies 212C.45 ArresTa and Penalties palfl 24.30 Wscosnt............-....., 213.4S Keep it in the la rgc bottle 35c at all deekrs- TUe Hon. Henry and (he lion. Don- Id Howard, grandsons of Lord Strathcona', will Soon 'make Ihelr de- ut in they lave been nominated for'irfemberrtip li Ca'natia t "i V''--i j Ladj- Frederick' U'illiam Taylor will Teak Ihe bottle- over the lows of tha iew boat of tlie Canada Stcamalilp Incs, to ue launchtd'at Port Arthur on -Acril 4. the rarty coming up for .lie eerernony Trill -Include Sir :agii.'and l.aSy G. C. llen- vrlio is on h'er way home to Vancouver: Miss llrcnrla Taylor, Priiue Ilohenlohe'" and de )a Svarre. Kdraonfon, Alia Jinrcli crj fefn arc represented Ijy 205' prisoners at the Alberta peni- tentiary in IMtnanloti, according lo jtlic.annual report just issued by War- McC'auley. I'nikrt the Hit uilli Canada ccing ss liire England, 28; Austria, lr, Ire- 'land, 10; llussia, 0; Cermany, 0; j Sweden, 4 a Australia, 2 aiirl l-'rancc. Soulli'. Airi Chiim, 1 Taxoa unpaid Deceniber'Sl, 1913 ASSETS Cnh on.Hand S 543.00 rli. Most of tiir in- 35 j mates give liicir occupation as farm i ers and Mct'aulc-y rf pork Clubs and Societies As a resull ol llie "lied Leller" day cunipaicn, Ihc Christian Sunday school had an attendance yesterday o! which wns the high water mark in the history of the school as yel. The .1.large tanch or red and wiiite carnations, went to Har- old tlcruard, who Iiad with him five persons whom he had srcurod. This dm- tile close of a con- test which Iho StaV taught hy !.lrs. D. Iniua'n'. lias hart on dur- the past months. Dnring.thia tircfi [lilrty persons havc'-leconic Idenllfieil with the' school (hroash the efforts ot the class members. At llie close ol the school a group picture was tak- Ijncoileclcd and Penalty fire Hall anil Briulpnienl.............'. Due from Coalfralo School District LIABILITIES Balanco duo Coalaate School District All other accounts Kicess of Assets over I.tsbliities Commerce, Alberta, March 21. 1914. 1253.S tint flic urisoneis compleleri the by Mr. 1-1. Moen. ;liiilldini; of the warden's htiusc, Ihe cell hlc-k and four.ilalitin !or Ilio workshops, the material hp- ing snuplicil hy the prrjlentnry brick yards. The farm surrounding llif inslidition nil Mi: anrl Ihc coal minod tiic o 1 T1 1 C? 1 opeciai luesday bale HI-lUJUiiMH IIovo's ;i liudffi-t of 1'ivsli iVum the ocunomv store. It's 1 nil lo Jim liriin with tiiliim's of tiuiclv viiiu opportun- ities ojiL'ii to every reader ol' iliis briet message. School Stockings that will Tapestry Table Covers wear-17c pair Tuesday S' thst will EianJ loys' wc-ar. purct45--J an cnilro range o[ luau'jfaci'jriT'a sec- onds in Uila well hnov.n "llerculrs llrjr.fl.1' Hs-.-f jhey [jair? cf ribbed llie stronst-st stocking ma kct. TUESDAY ier r-arr ns use.1 as fuel. The per capita cost ;o! thr. prisoners is JI20 a >car. This 41050.84 Is a ilollar a day more llian he earns. Early showing boys' wash Suits at Saving Prices Lou'i wait UJQ !oug lo purchase your, fiujh1 Summer AVaish Our ranji: new lomjilelu To urge early we- arc ptatluK ou sale tliis I ati'l Etvlcs in plata fawn auj neat striped sizes up to of 1. Thetio ;ire Jl.r.y valuer. TUESDAY 3UC values at lu'fivc of ihfJe liandsoruy Tapestry Table Cover? in liif bargain hivc-ze for Tuesday. Two [u ri-d uiitl and conven- tion il dt'slsiis. wout.1 bs gocd value at Si.irci. A special purchase us to offer i-iHH to you ai C! 1 CO Size Ir.oludln? .........5 I -Ow ftatf 99c More low style ami Koofl quality niite for t-cming for Children's Shoes. The shapes jre rfeht and wo fit them Vo'itg free il.e attention lhat. will benefit ilic-m in years to con IP. If ere' Is a line of Vici Kid Os fords, smart Flylo with .spring heels ar.U i-alcut TUESDAY Savings in the Grocery Tomorrow Your Grocery Money Goes Farthest Here 6 CANS OF ST. CHARLES MILK Hollar c-acb On TiH-.-iby 65c LIBBY'S bet! brand oa 'the market, regu- lar -We Tuesday HARRIS' WILTSHIRE and ITattl'on ?ale liore Tuesuay. per'pound...... BACON 32c Do You Want a Low Priced Rug? A liliie bargaiu lol of Rugs In large sizes at a very low price oa Tuesday. They are heavy Qual- ity reversible and in neat small de- signs, shades of green and iawa, mostly two tone effects, sizes 9'x5' anO regular JG.50. All one price TUESDAY.____ We are showing beat of new goods We have jiifl opened up a shipment of the ne-Acat efKMHB m COL- ton dlic-ct froni- Now York-, tte first shewing oi! tlie West- em market They are comiuis c d "oi "dainty white f a h rl i: F, also pcuipadoiir effects in sate blue, blue, pink or liclio on wlriic ground. They are. all inches wide, limiUd cuiantity A 4UC New Crelonnes bordered Scrims All the _ newest fie-. signs and colorings are in. tbis ing of Cre- lons. and calorcrt -libr-' Scrims- .Hose.. tan, green nnd Bulgarian effects tri Scrims -for 'tod roc me. dining C-re- tons to match any col- or effect. See them in tlnn. Dainty Salads in the Tea Room ORANGE SALAD, BREAD AND BUTTER, TEA OR COFFEE.............. BANANA SALAD, BREAD AND BUTTEH, TEA OR COFFEE 25c CUCUMBER AND TOMATO SA. LAD, BREAD AND BUT- TER, TEA OR COFFEE-.. TOMATO SALAD, BREAO AND BUTTER, TEA OR COFFEE 25c Sateen Underskirts Greatly Underpriced More lieivs o[ priced Under- skirts from the Rcady-to-Wear Sec- tion. Here are twenty-five new 1 style Sateen Underskirts with fine lustre tori and knife pleated (rill. These are good valun at fl.25. TUESDAY 89c To Improve Our Store Service .This store is your storcl it's policy is dictated and cffrecled by your We want you to feel >n interest here, as this stare will grow and broaden out only by pleasing you. We want your co-operation. We- are going lo inilal a "Better Service" Box! Vou will find it directty Inside between the two front'doors. Any suggestion shewing we can improve our service; any complaint such as inattention, poor fact anything that, will .aid us to serve you in belter fashion, if dropped" in this box, will receive prompt attention from the proper source. Owing to the rush here on Saturday night, one or two orders vsere misrfireeled. Should this happen to your order, or should anything be left out of your order, we would consider it a fiver if. you will call Phone 1036. If after business hours Phone 467. A duplicate order will be sent Im- mediately by special servfee. rHudson's Bay (fbmpany. 1. o'clock this' evening, ivlien ali con-, annual thank-oflering nieetmg of Ihe templatins confirmation are cordially j Auxiliary of the II. 31. S. All invited to attend. "What Missions arr doing for the is .the snhjrct for the West- minster Guild of Knox church which oiecls this evening. Miss will take Ihc topic. All are cordially invilcil. P.I. Augustin's W. A. will meet Kcwins tomorrow allcrnoon at All nipmbrrs arc asked lo ho present. T :f St. Cyprian's l.cnten services lor this will he service on Wednes- day evening at S p.m. nnd Holy JTininion at 'ing. on Thursday morn- i Lenten services in SI. Augustir.'s this week will he as usual: Children's service on Wednesday at -1.30, e.vcnsong on Wednesday at S p. in. and Holy Communion on Thurs- day at 7.3fi a.m: Tiic Aduit Iliale class of St. Cy- prian's church will meet tonortow H87G.7I A. CAN.N'OX. Kecreurj'-Trcasiircr. D. P. R, CAPITALIZATION ONLY PER MILE It Is nol wllliout Inlc'resL lo nole lliat the Ero33 C, i'.R. iier mllo sreatly bolow the av-. (rage, which olhcr Hg syslems Bhovv n tho llnlled Slated Tfle fixed charg- of the C.P.H, arc undor. J18.DOO mlie, as an overage of per mile.. Tho-lines compar- ed are: tiio Atchiaon, Topcka, Great Voilhern, Northern Pacific ana Un- on Psclflc As to the balance-sheet value of Hie RAISE FUNDS TO DEFEND MAN ON ARSON CHARGE New Orleans. L.I., March janun (.eight, formerly of. Jack-! eonville, Fla., facing a charge of ar- railway and cfjuipment per mile, the son In Honduras. 11.13 enlist- average Tor the lines Indicated eel the gymriaUiy of Hie people who j >r liavo raised Sicoo to defend hini. The Itev. A. C. will conduct pic- jjnratory service in Knox .church on Friday evening al 8 o'clock. C 1.- ff 'J I.e regular monthly mreling oE Knbx Ladies' Aid will he licld Thursday altcrnoon. adies of Ihc congregation ace cordial- ly mvited. -7 Brigadifr ilunlor, of Salvation Army, will give a lantern lecture on India at St. Amlrow's Chribtian En- "dcavur tomorrou- evening. Anyone in- tere-slct! is cordially Invited to at- tend. r The li'.isino.i1; nirclir.g oE Wesley Ladies' Aid vril! he lield 3 o'clock nn nfternoon in Hall. All lariics of Ihe congre- gation arc asked to coii'.c arid join Iht society in their work for -the church. t- k Tlie Ladies' Aid and W. M nt with Mis. A. K. Ilunlop. .SOU Four- niglit at S o'clnek fn the p.irisih roomt wlTtn important business will be [the First Uaptist ehurch will mcet- lranwctc'1, ?6 a full aUemtar.ceion Wednesday afternoon ijt is urged- ?t An esjTtirtHy important will lie, held in Knox school on nts'tfay .evening-lit S Tliis is'the ternth St.. S. urged. will be given in' the Auditorium Y. M. f. A. by Judge CliBord P. Smith, member of the Board of L-ecUireshiF. of the Mother Church, the First Chi'rch of Christ Scientist, Bofcton, Mass., on Thursday, April 5r.d, at 8 p. m. Tiic regular rr.Ef.ling of St.-Cypri- an's A. V. C. A. will he he'd'tonight in the parish hall at 8 o'clodt, wlien Dr. J. II. Rivers will give a lecture on "Modern Methods with CrimW als." A special invitation is cxler.ded to all the members of the 'congrega- tion. THOSE SEVEN BANDITS HAVING BUSY TIME lOtnia, Wash., March Seven masked men held UD the Lima Na- tional lank berri on .Saturday, getting: away with It is a peculiar Co-. V A full attendance is incidence lhat it- was a gang pt EDV- en that recently held up the Iloyal'hank across the bord'er in A free Lecture on Christian Science iBritisIi'Columui.i. 1913 n-fts ncr mile, while it rlfdared o- tho C.P.U..H was only .per gtore in Jj mile. It tho muipuient of tlio C.P-lS.'ager, Sixteen fcp taken as ot efjual i.ilno "ith tlie rntalllng ,1 average ol the lints named, t1if-re_ 000. would be sissets reprerenting the or Kev. .1. ll.'T-'rancis M'ill glvrt an nd- '.diP-ss, !l'lhe of the Snow'J, j at Westminster I-'puorth League (his binary of per ordinary sliare, without allowing anything all for hind. AUCTION SALE AT KAKMBHS'-FBBD UAKN March 31st, at 2p.m. Alfo a few onnr. JA3. TERMS CASH J. A. WHAJ ABE BREACHY CATTLE? llazleincre, Alia., M.irrh ierday Turner. .I.P., after-hearing the evidence ol W. Wolfe.and his wit- nesses given against T. Ciieslftr of Ar-. ctcnville, .'who was charged with Iiav- ng brcachy c-allio al large; dismissed tho case, warning Iho decfndant that If Iho catdo were at larpc again and jtlie evidence- be jlireachy, r.ould ho liabln 16 a fine fifty 1- A meeting of Ihc Yo'jng I.aflirsT RiHc class of Androwis ohurdi to iconsidor will htM al 7 cjn Mo.iitf.iy- evening at the v" TRURO FIRE-RIDDEN .-'r'niro, N'.a., llnrch Iho past twcnly-foiir hours threo serious have visited Ihip classes uill fco slatt- ed-'ij SI. Augustin's cliiircli Coming Mammoth Production, "C6UNT.OF MONTE. 0'Nell_ plioWplily-'i. FUNERAL OF SIR GEORGE-ROSS, LA.T6 LIBERAL LEADER OF THE SENATE Tho picture shows the rasket heinf lifted Into the funeral ca'rriase by bcarcra, including men (o tbo ahJlesmanslilj) o( the country, ;