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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thm-siby, May 22. THK LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I'ago ii The Corset that Enhances the Charms ot Youth Very young women need this corset, j It gives the exact foundation re- quuedforthesucccbsful fashion- I able costume, supports the .j back, encloses the Kips, gives to the figure a mote mature appearance and Is so graceful andso comfortable that wear- ing it 13 a positive pleasure. And Doctors tells m this ii iKe model w Mch every omin should _adopt. The pike is g 1.00 to Uss tKan rtut at v. Web any imported coritt of eim'Jjr (juiliiy seils. D. It A. No. 458 of medium heigh: I. ace and Ribboo tiiip.- rr.ed. Sixhosc lupporters White coutille Port Anh_r and West Ji.oo. There is a D. A. and La Diva model for every figure. Our catalogue, .sent free on request, will help you to chouse the best for yours. BOULMON COUSET CO M'Lean, .Aimes Verville and Cockshutt Were Speakers Yesterday Ottawa, Slay Vi.'-irt bate Nas coroineiKtU in tiio today. A ago, Hon. T. Minister of Finance, who 1 the city for a lew davs, illness of Ills mother, u mial financial stulcmcni- to the (act lhat he .t notice of bis intention to debate was (k'ftrrtd Mr. -Mil.esn. ot Halif.iv Opposition crllic, led off '.vitt a ti il.earty three hours in VEIFINS HI ID 1. 0, 0. F. HAD ELABORATE CERE NEWS OF BUSY CHAIN TOWN Granum, Mar I. 0. O. F. anquet held here last evening was u iost decided success- Hhen tlic cvcii- .fi's prngracii started, nearly one had gathered in ,lhc opera of Joc.tl Ir.dgfc anrt their mailed giiesls. program of solos, duels, and quartettes carrlfd out Then all were invited to sent tlieinseh'es ground ths hanquet JabJes. It ir.rJcrJ a "gratifying sight iu those mho lud worked on VV.o bantiu-tcom- 'nriltec, io every available place around filled, there lie- i'tig between eighty aiiJ ninety sea fit OT.CC. Mr- Hodges, catered tor evening, deserved and received praise lor the quality'and stylo nE the refreshments, Mr. MacGregot or Macleod lodge, ably filled 'tlic role tit loiStmaster. The were "The King'1, "Qui Co'Jtitty11, :LThe Ladies'1, "Ou Lodge.1'1 Tbea all were asked to .gam tale their places in tlie body ii lie opera 7jouse for the last num- ier yn the program, whkh an- Lounced to be the important event, the evening. This proved'to he presentation of cwt-V io Mr. M, K. Vutheson. J- B. Uiisoa evplafijpd to the audience hat this ianqitet had been arranged or the evprrss purpose oi making bis present at ion to Urollifr Ma the- son, iti ot liis tu'eoty-five oi active service in the, I. 0. 0. P., many ot which been speut on ichalf of Ciranuiu lodge. Ti.c Worthy Urand tt.cn addressed Mr. Mathesou pit.ned the ftntjlcm on his coat. Mr- MaUiesou iu reply expressed his of the l.oucn done him and, made ari appeal for recruits to .be local lodge. The program uas closed by-sinking Lang Sjne." An informal dance need- ed to round ofi the for those lio vvere not yet satiated. We were sorry to hejr that Mrs. George llichards arriu-J home too late to see hrr father alive.' liis Eun- should be lafccn to retluie the pre- mm. GIFI OSTAL STAFF HELD GATHERING TO SAY GOODBYE TO POPULAR OFFICIAL t: C', Cooper, a Lett: posiuijjj, vijio l-t-fi (oday for b-j be in a .is giic-Li a farewell !ii.i I (3irle-rs. at the honie ot Jam M15 KifiJi jvenui.- Soiitli. K- N. w asitl gavo a talk, referr- ing t0 Mr, rcoper's fct tKv I.' tliurtdpc in: ant W. V-.d of IKMlrlo, tdb'.ij record si off.'ff- Assist It Ward, also ,1] regard Mr. for his'iself diuocg s. anil O. S oT ihc- I.ellibr'dge uelutioii, tendere-J WOMAN SICK JOHEMS Wants Other Women to How She was Finally Restored to Heaith. tl.e 1 ladies art holding a conur.dium per. SVc are AiiUcipalms n .Sine over the mer.n lards nncl only order somcthinj; more eral place on the 'same day as that ol Mr. Hiriiarfe' mother. Mr. ami Mrs. Jtichards are returning via Chicago anil Grand Forts, in which latter, place Mrs. Richards has a sis- ter residing. Urariura is not making anv special plans lot telehrating the 2ith. deed, when saw that Cow icy putting on sports and. rcmemhc Low often their 21th of May cclct we will be fortunate enough lowed, contended that i o good case had made out for a iu the tariff, more pariuulvly as .1 ,hau water or tooth-picks. [large income would to rmulrtd to (Juile a numher c.1 our people are] meet ttie awd ev with their children to the cucus pendlturer. He predicted ,1 snui era n Macleod. today. The little ones j of deiclonnient in CaiiaiU iiurijs the were delighted 1o that it was really fine this morning, as iht'y have EO afraid u might rain "circus day." Or Tuesday morning Mrs James lilair and two little sons, jUo Mrs. left for a visit to the east. They expect tor bf gone for about two months. Mr. acJ Stewart Allison have been guests at the home of hib bro- ther, Mi. J. 11 Allison. HORRIBLE LOOKS CRUELTV VVHtCH LIKE A MURDER AT LONDON, ONT MARRIED EDMONTON May ;st. Paul's Cathedral today, Margaret Laura; eldest daughter of tbc Uight Rev. the Lord Bishop of Huron and Mrs. Williams, was united in marriage to'William Smith, o[ Kd- monton, second son, of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur London, Ont. The ceremony was" performeJ by the bride's fnther, assisted lj> W. T. UJH, of I'eterboro. decade. Mr. Vcrville produced a ero.it of figures, that the test of living is higher In t'ar.cdi ihac in Uic United Stutes. lie tread ol recent events In the Tnitedi States, and sild that a tariff muU coir.e in Canada. He Itliat the high of feed prodneis uns due io the'fact tlui there is a cold storage combine. Mr. DranifOLfl. thp last speaker of the day. declared that tiie men of Canada arc thriUy, coniented aud prosperous lie at- tributed the large increase iu the rev- enue, etc, to tlic lacl thai tlie present had strengtbened the Ont.T 21 ap lo Coroner _ JlcLarcn to hau Oceu d case cTcriimual assault result jne murder, brought to Mgut today when Kathleen Miugo, 13 of SIS Dunn] ay Sire el, was dibCovc in a djtug conJitioii the yard ol tiio rear of the house on Dyft'erin street, after school hours yesterday. She was sent to paj some bills short- ly afters ard sac was found uncon- scious an.d died at 11 p.m. One physi- cran believes the girl was flogged and Eoijed. An Inquest will be "held. asFuel Mr. Cooj-i-r fo'lOAins tlor.: BrciLr-r Canierr We, >u'.r fvllo-A- workers. Uaru with reX (bat >0'i are lo Kitfa our "Jiaff" aud as sutt.c Eiuiitdr duties in We always founct JON a kind frter.d. ullJIpg to assist any in dis- tress, anj coiidurtfng as a gentleman. We, therefore, ask >ou lo accei-i this ?man toXcn ot brant P. ict ibe sliai.e of a Fountain tbat it may sene to romiiid >ou of the esteem in which you arc he-Id b> us, and l.ojiing that >ou rnny long be lo make UFP of it. Hammond, Oril. "I am through Chang? of Life and for two had hot Itches very bid, hwi- ad.ts, soreness in the back of head, v. as lted, and 'l In? docior who attended me for a number of ears did r.ot me, t'st entirely reheveil of the above symjHcn.s by Lydia E. Cctnpy-jnd, Blood Purifierar.d Liver Pills. give you permission to publ'sh my Mrs. LOTJIB BEAITAGE. Sr.. Canada. Brunswick, enada. 1 can highly recommend Lydia E. Pin'tham's VegetftbleComjwurjd lo any softering man. I htve tiicn it for female weak- ness and painful menstruation and it me. 3Irs, j staff, and Is collecting all the duties that the Urlff law called for He compliatented the eustonis depart mcnt on course. Mr. moved the adjournment of the debate, and the House rose at 11.15. fr Holiday Specials at The2M's I Negligee Shirts Regular and 51-53 Sale, 50c Men's Hosiery Pure Wool Cashmere Regular 40c Sale, 25c Men's Suits Special for Thursday and Friday. Geo. A. Slater And other makes, FINE Regular and Sale, Negligee Shirts Regular Collars Attached. Sale, 95c Men's Straw Boaters Regular J1.25 to Sale, 75c Men's Baibriggan Underwear W Special, 35c Society Brand Clothing Up Fit 'Reform Suits Up President Suspenders 35c Combination Underwear Collars Four-Ply 5c Lounge Collars All Colors 25c L. System AMERICAN SUITS Men's Neckwear Regular 50c Special, 25c Raincoats Our Special 11 B your wife and fatal K wi! I enjoy rfnewcdi healtb, and wishing >ou continued ?uccess in 3OUT new llt'.d o[ laliov, beg to remain, Your true friends, "Tlie hethbrtdge I.eiter Carriers." Mr. Cooper nude a uiosl appro- prlale reply. lie will be replaced b> Mr. Cross, who comes from Vaucou vtr. Edward Stanley, for over s a resident of Klucaidine towj. is dead, aged S3. Harvey BanV, Ne Brunawick, Canada. E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound, mfldefromnaliverooti and herbs, contains no narcotic or harmful drugs, and holds the record of being the most successful remedy for female ills we know of. and thousands of testimonials on file in the Pinkfcam lab- oratory at Lynn, Mass., seem to prove this fact. Even' suffering woman owes it to herself to gl-, e Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound a trial. If you Hani special irrile lo K. IMnVliam Medicine Co. (couil- dontial) i'our Itttrrwill be opfcnedj read find a Daw wed bf n iTOEian and hfW Iu strict confidMiffi Mrs. WilEon TTBS Invitea (o name the poslmaster in iha litlle Georgia town Jn which she was born, arm she chose a citizen lyitU wlicm she to make mud pies Tvhen Ujoy were children logellier. Cluett Peabody Lounge Collar Shirt Soft Codari Up Invisible Suspenders 50c McKelvie The 2 M's McGuire WEEK END SPECIALS AT SEMI-READY STORE We have always bargains for our customers for the week end. This week we have THREE SPECIALS. Special No. 1 We have lull nboiit 15 more