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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1914 THE LETHBIMtfGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN MILADI Officel224 I: MAY first beholds the-light, of day In spring's month of 'And wears an emerald all her life, Shall lie a loveil and happy wife." If .there ho winter How could one know The rapture of spring, time When the things grow. Tynan. Ever for the 1 will not bind 'My soul to griei Death cannot long divide "J'is at though the rose had climbed my garden wail And blossomed on the other side. Carej'. Miss Masie Flcetwood is spending a couple of weeks with her sister, Mrs. Glass, of Macleoil. Airs. Fred Athoirn, of .Kremlin, Montana, is a guest with Mrs. Har- old Long, Hull, block. Mrs. 51: E: Davey, accompanied by her son, Sir. Seil Davey, returned last night from Edmonton, where she was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. bishopp. Sirs. It W. Long and daughter, 'Aileen, left tola? to spend- with Mrs. Anderson, of Tabcr. Mrs. Jones and family, who have been residing on Third Ave., arc oc- cupying the Taylor bungalow on Glh for the summer. Mr. Jay Jleid, who underwent an operation' for appendicitis at the Gait hospital on Monday morning, is progressing very favorably. Jliss Mabel Wallace is visiting friends in Le Grande, Ore. ft V Jliss Blagburn. leaves ne.vt week to spend the summer in Victoria, v ft .Mr. and Mrs. M, Long of Winnipeg, called on their niece, Mrs. William Cleary, this morning-, en route home from the coast cities. They left this afternoon for Medicine Hat. t There have been a number of little bridges this week but consisting of at the most, two tables, and no more to Mrs. T. W. Quayle and children, 'Annie and Albert, and Miss dim- ming have gone to Edmonton to join Sir. Quayle. They will -make their future home, in the capital city. linn. L. Mackenzie King gave recently in Ottawa in honor of Sir Johnston and Lady Forbes-Rob- ertson. His King of Toronto, received for. him. 'A new book, the author of which, Miss Qeorgina Ilinnie-Clark, is well known both in Canada and England, gives a.graphic picture of lite in the when toe settler is alone and is a woman. It is the story of the writer's experi- ences in the wheat belt, her farm of 320 acres being situated not far from Forl Cju'jtppollo. A liappy time was spent by 'the teachers and officers of Knov Sunday school last evening at the McKillop Memorial Manse, when Rev. A. G. and Mrs. Oameron cprdially welcom- ed their guests, who numbered some fifty. Some, business was transacted, il being decided to hold the annual picnic to Henderson Lake on Satur- day, June 20th, and committees were struck oil to carry out the de- tails. A ieature oi the evening was 'the tribute paid Miss Hannah Carson, who has taught in Knox Sunday school for some time and is now joining with St.. Andrew's church in North Lethbridge. Mr. J. D. Hig- linhotham expressed the regret felt by all at her departure and wished i her every success in her new field i Games' and an impromptu musical program were then in order, a gucss- ing contest resulting 111.4110 honors being shared, by Miss A. Waterman i and Mr. J. D. Higinbotham and Miss jSoVhronla Bonnell and Mr. Hugh Cameron. The serving of inviting re- freshments concluded the pleasant event. Clubs and Societies The Art Needle-work club will meet on Monday afternoon" with "Mis. J. W. Uoulto'n, 523 Sixth St. The Chapter of the Eastern Stair will meet on Tuesday night in the S. 0. B. ball, recently taken over by the Masons. The elocutionary medal contest held in Wesley Hall iast evening under the auspices "of the Willard W. C. T. U. was very successful, although the at- tendance, owing to a number of coun- ter attractions was not as large as i it might have been. The contestants I were this same and Mrs. I. Hum- 'phrics' pupils put on the same inus- jical program as that rendered at a I similar contest in Westminster church last week. Rev. G. H. Cobhlcdick pre- sided over the program, which was really very fine. Miss Alberta Washbrook won the medal, which was presented to her by Mr. D. H. Elton, who was one of the judges. BREEZY BUDGET OF OTHER NEWS FROM TOWN "THAT LIGHTS THE WEST" CITY AND DISTRICT Big Run on Potatoes Pairficld states that so many applications have been re- ceived for Red Hose potatoes, that the Experimental Farm will be unable to supply any more after May 5. Bow Island, April new iso- lation hospital has been erected on .the hospital site west of the .town parli. A meeting of the Hospital Board was held on Friday afternoon, those present being Mrs. E. C. Ludtke, Mrs. Maclnren, Messrs. Ludtke, Cot- ton, Wcrtz, Maclaren and Mills. dccidedHo-bold'a public meet- ing on May 1-Hh" to discuss hospital affairs. Mr. and Mrs. W. If. Bickel and Mr. and Mrs. A. ,Swcnnnmson motored to Medicine Hat on Sir. and Mrs. J. W. llurd have tak- en up their residence for 'the summer months on their farm solith of town. The play "Won by Wireless" was presented by Winnifrcd local talent on Tuesday evening in the Oddfellows Hiil! a crowded house. The parts were all well taken, the splendid act- ing of Miss-Daisy Dunn being partic- ularly notice'ltble. (iciirge Ridgcdalc motored to Tab- ci Monday. service in the Presbyterian clinch on Sunday, May 3rd, will be conducted by Hcv. Wm. Shearer, Su- perintendent of Missions. Mr. Jensen, who has been for some time past on the local stalt o! the of Uritish North America, has been transferred to the Calgary of- fkr. Mrs. C. R. Hands, accompanied by her litllc daughter is vlsil- inir in Gull Lake, Raskatchewau. The local member.1: of the Oildfel- loiv1.: Lodge attended divino service in All Saints' church on Sunday ev- ening, a special sermon being preach- ed by Hev. A. W. Swnyne. Dr. Patcrspn a visitor to Leth- this week. Wm. Jones, Formerly a resident, ot this district, hut- now ot lied Illutt, California, is in town. Mr. mid airs. C. Liulfke motor- Foremost on Sunday, returning .Monday, Cadets to Attend Church The Cadets of Lethbridge will at- tend St. Cyprian's Churcli in a body on Sunday morning next, when !RCV. Canon preach the sermon. At the close of the evening service, the usual monthly service i song, in which tho congregation are 'Invited to take part, -willtbe held. I Visitors Today j Some of the visitors in the city to- (day are: C. C. Milk River; I H. R. aiauager of the Iowa farm at Stirling; F. Burton, editor of tho Cardston Globe; Commissioner Perry, of the. HiNiW.M.P., B. Officer, travelling-passenger ag- ent oC the C. P.rK., at, Onigiiry, and R. E. Motfatt of ciaresholm. New Exchange Mart .The Lethbridge Exchange, carry- ing a large stock of new and second hand furniture, cut glass and house furnishings, lias.' opened; i for .business in the entire ground floor of tbo Whit- ney block. Messrti. Brower Hunt are the proprietors; Regular auction sales be conducted every Tues- day, in. charge pf 'Auctioneer Frank Waddington. Death at Nobieford The death occurred yesterday of Mayy Davis, wife of: Hairy Charles Davis of Nbbleford: Deceased was aged 27, and had b.e'en Ln resident of the Nobleford district, where her h hand is a farmer, for some time. The funeral is to be held tomorrow from the Methodist thiireli to the cemetery at Albion UidBo. "Go to Church Sunday'1 An imprensive feature "of the spe- cial a.unday services in Knos churil; next Sunday, will be tho reproduction in colors upon tha screen at'the close..of the evening service of tbo fanioiis painting "The Uglit.of the Wirldi" by life artht'Ilol- mnn Muni. Jliielf'IntbresV In tho. ser- vices at n.ll the cliurcuus b bdn It's Not Every Store that can produce such Values as We Announce From Day to Day Great Values in Shoes 20% Oil'AH Our "K" Boots Tomorrow well known "shoo oC quality" on sale to-' morrow. Every "K" lipot in stock at 20% count. All latest American and EusUsh models in selected leathers. Call In and see them. Men's Tnu Oxfords Several styles in .Men's Tan Calf Bluchers, clearing tomorrow. All new stylos, odd that's the reason. Regular CQ values. Saturday Men's Patent Oxfords For the man who likes a patent oxford, here is a wide range of styles In dressy shoes. All sizes and regular values flj 4 9Q Saturday.......................... fl I Ladies' Button Oxfords Ladies' button Oxfords, all new spring models. Gnnmetal, also tan and black Russian Calf lea- thers. All sizes. Regular 55.00. Qfi Read these items that are on sale in the Ladies' Readu-io-Wear Ladies' Separate Skirts. A special purchase of Ladies' Dress Skirts, nigh waist line, narrow fitting, plain skirts, all wool serges and tweeds. Worth AS Saturday Children's School Dresses Plain and checked Gingham School Dresses for children from 8 to 14 years of age. Sailor Col- lars and Middy styles, .Worth to Saturday iidics' House si.ea: Fancy Ginghams Plain Oliambrays and Ging- hams in LadieP1 Dresses for house wear. up to ?b 50 C'P' 5S" Black >Satecn Petticoats y Black. Sateen Petticoats of Sateen with.. soft glossy, surface, latest style, a, line easily worth Saturday Dainty New Waists Voile .Waists, with the new pointed- collar or high neck frilling or lace. Wide range, all sizes. Worth 4 to ?2.50. Saturday i iQ3 Eain Coats Just Rain Coats just opened up brown and greeii shades, sizes to fit Misses and Ladies. You will soon need a Rain Coat 'CS A Si Regular Saturday These Ladies' Suits Black, tan, grey and fawn mixed effects in Lad'es1 Tailored Suits, all this season's -styles. Values up to AH sizes. d jpjjga Saturday E THe Second Day of the Big Rug Sale Good quality, good colorings, good designs-oddments, that's Size Color and Design Regular Heavy Wilton, green ground, Oriental design Tapestry, green and crimson medallion... 15.00 D'xlO'fi" Tapestry, red ground, Turkish effect........ 17.50 Axminster, two rnne fawn, trellis centre, rose ibud border Royal blue ground, rose and tan Per- sian design 9'xIO'G" Axmlaster, tan, plain centre, green and tan .border effect 9'xl2' Axminster, green ground. Oriental medallion .style 9's12' Axminster, blue ground, Persian .Medallion style 9'xl2' Wilton, groeh ground, tan figured, cream and jfreen baud border 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 40.00 all Sale JS.50 11.50 13.50 23.50 25.00 23.50 18.50 18.50 80.00 Brussels Rugs Size 9'x9' 9'xl2' O'xSJ' 9'xl2' Color and Design Regular Sale Brussels, small green conventional 22.50 19.75 25.00, 22.50 Brussels, small -Persian design in dark fawn 20.00 17.50 22.50 19Jo" 25.00 22.50 Imported Wiltons and Axminsters Color and Design 9'xlO'O" 9'xl2' Imported Axminster, ligllt creamy tan, Reg JS5.00 Reg. with Oriental design in red and blue.. Fawn ground, floral imported Axmin-' Reg. Reg. sler Royal Wilton, small tan and'brown Per- Reg. 535.00 Reg. siaii figure Royal Wilton, beautiful green and fawn Reg. Reg. J40.00 design Crown Wilton, fawn ground. Oriental de- Reg. 540.00 Reg. sign, green Grown Wilton, green ground, with Per- Reg. sian colorings Tapestry Stair Carpet Tapestry Stair Carpet, mottled centre, red floral border effect: Brussels Carpet 90 cents Vfl-iyn Persian effect' in- Carpet, good fliiallty Eng- import.., 27 iiiches wide. Saturday per yard Axminster Carpet Persian effect in bhie, red and- green, very ful rich-pile, imported Axminstef, reg. Plush Door Mats In green, blue or tan. Size 12'-x30" Very special ,J......... 95c Toggery for Men and Boys Soon Time for one of These Rain Coats Waterproof Coats in good Quality, Para- mettji Cloth, absolutely waterproof. Natty new spring styles, smart colorings. CA All sizes. Boys' Tweed Suits Smart new spring styles 'hers in this range ot Boys' Tweed Suits, all good colorings, two piece, with bloomer pants. All sizes! QQ ?7.6ti, JS.50, IflU.OO. Saturday Men's Negligee Shirts The ever popular pin stripe is in black, lielio and browii, also fancy striped designs; coat styles. All sizes. Worth 91.50 WWW Spring Caps of Tweed Plain colorings, also black and white checked about 50 in from imported tweeds.: Newest shapes, up to QCft Saturday......... OwG White Coats liep.'s White Duck Coats, for waiters and gro- cery men. Stronc and serviceable. All sizes, worth f 1.76 and f2. Saturday.. W.ilw Specials that wilt make a busy day in the Dry Goods Department 50c Dress Goods 35c Just 300 yards of-this Imported Lustre in. of cream, navy, brown, black and red. standard 50o qualities. Saturday, per yard Imported English' And 350 yards of this 44 inch English in pleasing shades of grey and fawn. OCfi Special value Saturday, per yard WVw 3c Embroidery insertions Embroidery yards in.this lot- fine Swiss and Convent be cleared tomorrow, all one-price, yard., WW Cotton Dress Goods IOC Dimities and Swiss Voiles in a hevy of pretty colors and patterns. Some plain shades in ;the lot. "Values as high as 4.6c, 4 II A Saturday, per W Linens Russian'Linen Embroidered Kun- linen embroidered in pretty also a few linen tea cosies and white linen with Battenhufg lace. Values_to 13 50 Saturday Ladies' Lisle Hose Fine Lisle Hosiery In blacK only, lull fashioned and seamless, worth 2oe. pair; sizes 8K. to 10. Saturday, per pair............. "Hercules" Ribbed nose manufacturers' seconds in Oils hard wearing line of Hosiery, Just alight imperfections 4 E_ in weaving, regular 2Bo. Saturday, pair.lWM Saturday Specials Phone 313 Phone 313 Good Things to Eat RED RASPBERRIES Large tui BARTLETT PEARS 2 tins for PINEAPPLE 2 tins for EARLY JUNE PEAS ffO 50c SK75 90c HUDSON'S BAY "SERVICE" PIPES A special for the amoker. These French Briar guar- anteed not to bum, up to. 60o NIAOARA PORT- WINE, GALLON 9C '.ifcW COMBINATION SPECIAL Half dozen quarts of. beer and one b'ottle fine old Hodeon's Bay Scotdi Whiskey, complete I The Tea Rooms are under new management Dainty Lunches and Tea served at any time during the day. Special dinner from 12 to 2. Service of the best GET YOUR GROUND I FOR THE HUDSON'S SILVER POPLAR I TREES i J SILVER POPLAR TREES, BEST IN THE WEST. HERE NEXT WEEK. GET YOUR SHARE evinced, and it is probable that nil will have sonic special feature. Ev- ery pastor in the city is looking or congregations that will the Walls. Leg Was Broken Mftthew Lambert, a homesteader from the Retlltw district, was tho vie-, tlm ot a painful accident yesterday, when his team ran awny. The ani- mals careened into a telephone poSft at the rear-of the Dominion block on Sixth street; hml Mr. Lambert and his ,Wife, who with Urn in tlio demo-. criit, were precipitated to the ground. Lambert was thrown heavily and sus- tained n compound fracture of the lower limb, while, his ivlto escaped un- injured. Passers-by extended their aid. Dr. Campbell was called and tho mnn tnken to the hospital, whero he is at. the present time. The nmhu- lance from No. 2 station responded ill double quick time. May Devotions in St.- Patrick's 111 conformity wilii Roman Catho- lics all over tho world, the parlililou- ers of St. Patrick's church will honor Mary tho -Mother of Our Lord, as tho special side altar has been erected in her honor, and flvery night during this month at 7.30 the'Roman Catholics of Lethbridge will meet in St. Patrick's church for A hymn 19 the "Qiieon.of .will first be-render-, the'Ohoir and the ter'-an.' Instructive reading of a cha'fi- ieffuii Ills'-gr'eiit'prerogative! of .the Mother of Our Lord, the litany of tSb Blessed Virgin Mary -will.'lit'sung by the priest and the olioir alternately. Then follows the Benediction, with the' Blessed Sacrament, which closes the service. The ladies and. children of St.. Patrick's parish 'will take par- ticular pride in decorating with 'Vari- ous rio'wers the throne and cf their "Queen of May." Roman, Catho- Men consider the May devotions an eiprennlon ot their faith, which has always taught .them to. loy.o and re- vere Mary, both as Urn Mother ot our Lord, and tho Ideal i'ype ot OlirletUn womanhood. j OUR IROOMHAIL CABLE Liverpool, May ot light world's shipments weeV, with an Improved Ilan, and firmer Russian ulated a better cargo and fl also millers' buytnr, and 'opening were uncnanged to Hater thnre .was tMlttonal with offers light.' Soms protft tak- infe developed on advance, but ijort was good, as tenders' absorbed, anil atiorti ;