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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEtiNESDAY, MAY THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Whole Teas are worth 50% more than those of a broken and dusty character. Teas are free of dust sweepings and broken leaves. Every infusion is clean, fragrant and delicious. Sealed lead packets sold in Bulk. Winnipeg, Man., May local broker wire from Vcra Crux says "Tampico is'in the hands ofitliis reb- els and part of :tlic cily is on lire. Tbe military headquarters are badly damaged by" shells from tire rebel ar- tillery." Bryan stat- ed today that H. Percival Dodge', for- mer minister to the Panama, will not as secretary to the U. 4i. delega- tion at tlio mediation conference at Niagara Falls. of Gener- al Huerta and the establishment of a provisional government in Mexico, in which both the Huerta and the con- stitutionalist factions will be repre- sented, is contemplated in a plan which Uie three South American me- diators are now working out, to be proposed for the solution of the en- tire Mexican problem. Bryan gave out today, that the U. S. government woi'Hd allow Mexican lighthouse keep- ers -to operate the lights on Loboa Island. Daniels stat- ed today that ho would not allow the navy "to be used to aid resump- tion of oil operations in the Tampico district. today from Admiral Mayo were that .heavy fir- ing had continued night by the rebels at Tampico, and that they would likely realize their expectation of capturing the town today. of Gener- Bierer, of Use Wheeling, says that slight disturbances are reported various interior places but in each in- stance tie revolutionists have been routed by. government forces. .He adds that the Dominican.gunboat In- dependencia will sail; tonight or. to- morrow for Pi tional -troops. MILADI "INO Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 HOME STUDY Thft Arts, Course way bp Mkcn by correspon- dence, but students drtiriny to graduate must attend oae QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY KINGSTON, OKTARtO _ ARTS APPLIED SCIENCE EDUCATION hicludlria MEDICINE KNGINIECRINO SUMMER SCHOOL JULY AUGUST G. Y. CHOWN, Rtjlitrir, Kingifon, Cnt. THESE THREE A star leant down and laid a silver baud On the palo brow of death Before it rolled black, shadows from ihe Sand: That star was Faith. Across fierce storms that hid the mountains far In funeral cope, Piercing the black, there sailed a throbbing star: That star was Hope! From God's vast palm a large sun grandly rolled, O'er land and sea. Its core of fire, Its stretching of gold: Large Charity! Valancy Crawford. Mrs. F. Davis Shaw received this afternoon from four to six. Mr. Paul Eddy is recovering from a severe attack of tonsilltts. Mrs. J. H. Wallace is entertaining at a bridge ou Friday afternoon. Mrs. A. M. Urigg, 'who was recent- ly operated upon at the Gait hispftal, Is progressing very favorably, Mrs. Wallace Clarke, Tenth, street I South, is entertaining the Six-Six club 1 this evening. Mre. C. D., Leader of Medicine Hat is a guest with Mrs. George Al- lison. Mrs. J. 13. Terrill, who underwent an operation at thg Gait hospital some little time ago, was able to re- turn home yesterday. Mrs. T. S. Fetterly leaves for Cal- gary ou Friday, where she will spend the week-end eii route east to To- ronto, i Mrs. C. F. Smith, who recently un- derwent an operation at the Gait fr An Attractive Opening Of Mid-Summer Dress Materials. All'the season's new materials are now ready, in beauti- ful colorings, correct weaves, moderately priced, all the way down from to 1 5c per yard Ratines THE, SPLENDID VALUES WE SHOW IN INCH RATINES; WiLL- INTEREST YOU JUBt WOW; Inch heavy Ratlno Suiting .pr.SWrtlng, ohiMii- pink and white. A Vffly special value, per 7ard tl; i.i.i JO Inch RATINE Tan, blue, pink. Price per yard. 42 Inch EXTRA HEAVY Suitable. for Coats, Suits or Skirts in pretty 'snides of QflH blue, pink, also white. Per. yard VvU 28in. Cotton Crepe 17c Colors blue, grey, groen, white. A stylish, eoft material that makes up well for morning dresses or klmonas. Per j arc! 45in. Crepe-de-Chine FOR AFTERNOON OR EVENING WEAR Nothing prettier .than this flue soft eilkj" terlal. All the new shades are'hero In- 4 OB eluding tango, 45.1ns. I iCw 28in. Cctfon Crepe 25c, This is.our big line of dependable CoUon Crepe suitable; for dresses ot all hinds in .shades blue, pink, taiir-helio, also white; all1 colors arb .Per bvC 28in. Stripe and Checked Crepes, per yard 25c Neat stripes and' checks .in', all. shade's, piui, blue, tan, groy and hello. Per COC 40in. Bedford Cord Dress Materials 40c Fine -l.eavy weight cloth in, tan, blue, pink and white. .Correct for..Skirting or full Dresses for outing. Price por jrard 42in. Wool Crepea 60c Another of the fashionable soft dress stuffs in of cream, leath- Makes tip well and .Price, per .yard 60c 46in. Skirting Ratines in Checks and Plaids I You will say this is one of the smartfist materials on the market. It ,cbnies in extra heavy quality in'black and white, navy and white, also mixtures of green, rose and 90c Flounce Embroidery 95c The cliolco of our fiuo stock of tlio cheapest piece is easily worth per yard, anil somo are actually worth up to ?2 00 QCft all on Halo at one price, per ynnl WwU C-C a la Gracft Corsets famous Cor medium o; Wo ctuvi-y a complete stock of this famous Cor- set in stylos suitable for slender, medium or stout figures, at prices .ranging from flOc up to-............. The now Stfuidaid for June ate now in stoclt. Also sum- mer edition of Standaid Fashions The Simpson Co. Limited 4th Avenue South Hospital, Tiras sufficiently recovered to return home on Monday, Mr, aiiu" Davidson wflJ oc- cupy the Hooper home, 512 Four- teenth street South, during Mrs, Hooper's abBoncc in ttin Statet. Mrs. I. Hooper and Iicr mother, 3Mrs. left last night for St. Paul. Mrs. Hooper Is, taking her mother homft to celebrate her ninetieth birthday with her sisters, who are coming to St. Paul for the occasion from England and other places. t Mrs. C. R. Daniels and Mrs. H. Fairfield entertained the History and Current Events section the Math- esis club at the home of the former yesterday afternoon, some twelve guests 'being present. After tbe us- ua'l programme a social hour' was en- joyed over tiio tea oups, and later the guests went ov'ei" to tbe Experimental Farm to see the magnificent array of tulips, Lady Baflen-Powell, addressing the Scoutmasters' conference in Manches- ter recently, advocated the appoint- ment of lady scoutmasters, and con- tended that women could do much to help the scout movement. Sir R. in reply, said that once he did his 'best to keep women out of the scout movement, but he had been gradually won round, and he was In agreement with his wife. "I have found from personal ho said, "that women can loud valuable p as managers of troops in coun- try districts." Mrs. Hugh.JJojnl was a tea hour hostess yesterday in courtesy to Mrs. Wiggett-, who-is a, guest with jlrs. D. J. Hay. Mrs.' E. S. Jackson and Miss Boles-.assisted the. hostess. .1 The dance held in the K. of P. hall lasj; evening, was large- ly attended and: proved most enjoy- able- 'An orchestra of ten pieces made the music bolter-.than ordinary, so that dancing was a vcritahlc plea- sure. Mr. E. R Priesz and Miss Rhcda Wright gave, a clever exhibi- tion of the Parisionne fcaiigo. A dain- ty supper-memr-was served, and al- together tha event a decided suc- cess. Mrs. Hugh Boyii, who unfortunately sustained severe hums on her face, hands and arms through an cxplo- si.on while lighting the gas furnace this doing as well as can be expected. Clubs and Societies Cyprian's W. A. 'will meet at three o'clock topiorrow, all niembers are urged to ho present. rpciilar meeting of tlio Wo- men's Civic club will he held at 3.30 .tomorrow aftpjnopri in the Y.M.C.A. Auditorium. A full, attendance of all members is urgently requested. Those interested are reminded of New Arrivals For Summer hi Qur Ladies' and Children's ynderwear Dept. Wo tarry a largo stock oE In- fant's and Children's Underwear in a variety of pleasing Before making the purchase of your summer needs, see our range. Our line is complete and prices are the lowest possible consistent with high quality. Infants' Vests fine Cream Wool just 25c. Fine quality Wool Vests for infants, double breasted style, cream color OCn 10, 12, M C3C Infants' Vests Small Sizes infants' Vests In line un- shrinkable wool in cream only; coat style, lace trimmed, fasten- ed with neat pearl buttons, suit- able for babies from birth. Size 35C Size Size'. 14. 16 4QC Size-18.'____.. -45C Childs'All Wool Coat Vests Children's all woo! Coat Vests in sizes 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 for children 5 to 12 years of Cream color Cftn f only; priceaOUC t Misses and Children's Combinations Wf> are showing a wide Une of Combinations for Misses' and Children's wear. This in one of our leaders. Fine ton, style is short knee length, without sleeves, in sizes B to 8 years. Specially priced AKp, per suit HwW Combinations For Ladies and Misses Summer Combination! la Mlsies' and Small Ladlea' nizee) made front fine Egyptian cotton. Styles are tight or loose knee, with or without low neck and rtbbou trimmed. Spec- ial value gfl per suit................. Otter makes at A A Me, 75c and 9J.iUU Airywear Garments For Ladies' Wear The newest line m are ing for ladiei' ..mimmw wear, made in fine Harvey mesh, as illustration, woven from fine Egyptian cotton; a nperior gar- ment for ladies' wear. Cut with tight or looee "V or low neck, handsomely trimmed; 76, 85, and C1 7E per suit our Imperial Sewing Machines at and A Demonstration of OMO, the Odorless Dress Shield Dress Shields are important enough to wammt- carefni selection. You should know as much about them, as possible. H will be worth while for you to come in and consult the expert from the fac- tory who IB demonstrating Omo Shields this week. She will explain, to you the advantages of OMO, the Odorless Dress Shields, and give you new hints arid'ldeas aft to the best way to wear them, OMO Shields are made in many styles'and em- body new ideas in comfort and service. They con- tain no rubber, and are guaranteed to be moisture proof and odorless. Every da? this week at the Shield Coun- ter. ItchingandBurningiPimplesSpread. Clothing Irritated. -Used Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment. .WellinThree'legks. High' Rivor, btby was 3 sufferer, fmm an.itching .and burning on cfcwt and back. -The troulMo beRanVlth a flno small rash and got Quito a slr-p. Tho pimples spread until lii.i whole chest and back were covered. Some of them festered and on somo the top looked cluar. Ho was fretful and croes and was always nibbing; Ills clothing ir- ritatcil him. Tho trouble caused Itching, burning ttiid loss of sleep. His chest and hack grew worse and worse; tlioy wcro a mass of Itching pimples. Tho trouble had two or thrco wcelcr and tried truncates bur, tlwy failed. Soup and Ointment afforded relief In about ten days. I wnslicd tlio eruption Trttb. not water smd Cuticura Soap four times a day., thon us'1'! (ho ami lu thrao wcciis was Ho owns It to Outlcura Soap and; Ointment." Allco Wolford, Nov. li 1013. For ml, rough, chapiml city murdered hli wire Inta tonight, and afterwaritt to Progress on the market and "Horary questions was not accompanied by any great amount of -speed, in., the Council this morning. T The status of the: marfcet-is aa in- definite .of. tho library: One of the 'architects- of the "city submit- ted a tentative resolution 'today pro- viding for.a competition on-thfe'.Hhra- ry plans, but no action was taken on it. It Is hinted that Mr. be approached again with a-Report of the uroceediugB to date, and it. is Uke- ly that an Investigation aa to the cost of books 'win be ac- tion Is taken. Tbe market is also in statu quo, and will remain BO' until a lease on the site, is obtained Irom Mr, Pike In Mon- treal. Is DOthe'rlhg the commission-- ers'more than, anything else in refer- ence to the. mariet ,1s, .where Is the money !for. builditigB coming There ror It In ot the estimates.' f F. W. Waddington IB td the Council for a.pMitlon as market director. One of the most impressive funer- als ever held in this oily took' place this when the late -Sister Margaret of St. Patrick's Church, was laid to rest with .Impos- ing ceremony, in the Cathollc.'ceme- tery. Rev. Father Van I'ig'hem of Tiber, founder, and for-tweaty years of the Lethbrldge parish, aid 'who aEsoclated with Sister Marg.ret In her long term of service here, the celebrant The cortege proceeded from tha convent to the church at eight o'clock aud the requiem mass wu observed in the' presence of a large number of friends. Tie pallbearers W. J, Lloyd, MV Coullu, C. Walsh', J. A-: Krltiwiser, Louis Moore, and Ed. Keonidy. Blue Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Always uk for Blue Ribbons Coffee and Ing iftwder. all Blue Ribbon pure food pro- ducts are highest qiwttty and (uwinttol to every satlitactlon or it otlwr- wlw price will be ;