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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thm-sflny; May THE T.F.TTTBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tage 11 Lady Journalists are to Have Holiday and a Convention at Ed- monton Alta May 28.-F.very- Mary Houston, Miss Stelle U Kerr. MiBs Louise Mosoa, Mus. 5I.-MuKay, JltJ. D. C. MicUwgor (Marion Miss Market VM Sausders, Mrs. C. II. Sctder, Mts 0 -M. Storey. Miss Louise Koike Miss Stephens, MUs liertha Tborn day Miss Kmily I'. Weaver (histor Miss 0. C. Uiry W-e- Mrs.- Gisiiot B-le, Miss. Frances neyaop. Miss Me Oi is In readiness tor the Trlen-bury Stewart niul Convention ol tbe Wo- W M" men's Press Club in Edmonton, Mrs. Xell'e 8 it is enueoted there- jciuilgi Mrs. It. C. will ba ISO Etttipaper writers, auth-1 torne, Mrs. G. G. S. Silistuiv, -.._- ors and artiats gathered together B. Shaman, Genevae UP tto various aspects ol .pro-jsctt. Mrs. .Montage Mrs ies'sioaal journalism. Miss p. Walker, Miss Cora K. MeMurchy ol Toronto, president oljjiiss Newman, Mts. John W. thc usoclatloa, will preside, amons raan, Mrs. Mary Andersen Ferry tb- speakers being Miss Cora B. port Arthur, Oat. Mrs. liorrie. Hind and Mrs. Nellie McClupg, of Mr3-. Uugay, Miss DoWe, Mrs. K. h- Wnnlpc. Mrs. Isabel Ecdcstone Mrs. David Mills, Mrs. Sea- Kay Vancouver, Mrs. S. F. Jac-jpianp Mts. Slipper, MUs Stanqrd, EDITED BY PHONES Office J.XU1 _ obs ot Calgary, Miss Margaret Bell Saunders and Mis. Jean lilewc.t ol Toronto, Jlra. Arthur Jlutphy, (Jan- ey president of the Edmon- ton Womn'i fttss CIuu, Miss Kliza- beth MacDonald and Mrs. M. Varier. Mrs. Murphy give tte address Miss Alico Stewart. Calgary-Miss Kthcl llaydon, Mrs. K. S. Jacobs. Miss Margaret A..Ken- Miss Eleanor McLeunan, Mrs. Stephen Ncase, Mrs. Price, MisS SMta Hicliatdson, Miss Evelyn Sin- clair, Miss K. McLaughlln, Miss In- 01.6 There arc no Itleuds lile old fritndi, Aid none so good and We jtctt them uben ue meet them, Av roiek greet the No other liitr.'ls zre dearer, born of kkdrcd mold And v-hile v.e the- new ones, We treasure mere the old. There are no friend-, like cli irteds, To help us >silh the load TUt all must tear who joutney O'er life's rvail; And untonquered sjtro-.ys The ueary I.uurs, The kindly words til old likr-ds Are always found the test. Mr. H. A. McKillo? has gone to Banfi for a short holiday. Mr. arid Mis. W. J. ArrnsUor.g are the week holidaying tf welcome at 3 o'clock the ziteiuoon of Juno i fallouinj t meeting ol Vancouver, Matel Dur- thc executive comtnittee. Mrs. Mts. Eia St. Katifaiann, lie McClung will respond for the vis- MUs Lili Lamock, Mrs. Helen Gre- itars The miukipalilv ol Kdmcntoa [gory McGill, Mrs. katel Ecclcstoce will entertain the delegates at a for- MrLmn. -Mra. rnal banquet in the evening. The gen- eral meeting of the club will take place the morning o! Jims 10, alter which the Edmonton Ad Club, head- ed by F. S. McDerinid, will entcr- Uin the visitors at a luncheon, fol- lowed by a drive around the city. Mrs 'Richard Eecord will give a re- ception at o'clock. The party fcKay, Mis's Isabel McLean, -Mia. larRaret X. Mtmson, -Miss Ileatrice Uarnsley, V.t Harris and Mr annon are' cnteita'Lii.i at a thra patty ou Moida> c'luinf at "Tte rlnce of' Tonight" courtebv to iss Audrey -Neali-, matriaje Mr Arthur jartly bt uE-sts bidlcn, ar.d at the onclusion ol the frforMacte suppet be sericd it ol Mts. K. Xeale. Friday-Saturd THE SUMMER is here at last. Everyone who has not previously supplied themselves with necessary sum- mer apparel should read the exceptional offers of these needed articles, and then avail themselves of this oppor- tunity at once ____ CLUBS'AMD SOCIETIES Mrs. Livingstone i-.d Mts. Craw- Mil were hosieries at Wesley Lud- Aid' meeting jfsterdaj after- noon, whcu.the lime trofitably iperil''in setting. workers in Westminster 5unday school sat Joan to a .nicely set table last in the-cl.urch, and alter tea a uiy cou- lereuce was held ou various aspects. of school life- ar.d work. The date ol the annual picnic was also decided on. H irill be held on the second Friday in July at Henderson park. The (luild the Gait as usual at three o'clock tomorrow. GarJfn blossoms of" any kind-will be most gratefully received by, the Ciuild. Even a few (lowers froin diflercnt will help materially, and the; will be called necessary, if 1201 is Wcphon Tbe secretary ot the Woman's Civ ic Club is in-receipt oi a kind ini (alion Irom. Superintendent W. A Hamilton for the inemlcrs oi th club to attend the eihihition oi pic- tures and pupils' drawinss at tl Central school on Ttursilay and Ft four to nice, lie clu r Mrs. 31. J. Gibson entirtVinid "hours" jesterday afternoon in con- be neclion with Ui.ej'cliain teas'ifli Kr.ox cliutch aii'djairtjjJrs.'fA.'jL'.jQnison as previpusly announced. Mr. Hastings Slewburn, who has been attending McfJill, will arrhe to- mottow. to spend, the summer vaca- tion with his parents. Dr. .and Mrs. F. H. Menbiirn. Mr. Wilson, of-Fargo, North: Da kola, wlio has been on a trip to eas- terh Ontario, 'is spending with Mr. 'and. Mrs. McCullougb deeply-appreciates tl.d courtesy, an the-secretary t'atcs this means of i forming momlers :cf the invit: tion. It is hopcd'the JttiS.-lance m OF .70 The; Late John Breckenridge Mr. Breekenrldge TVM ooe of tho btst k-ncftvn and rnoit' suooMsful con- trtctori ii cini'da, tav'tng hid chtrge of] many. Importut undKtoWusi, nst. P. S. Irrigation gyalein In this oroVince, which took Ore, yoaw to complete. His. arm nu also bad charge. o( tie. 0.'. from Ediaoalo'n tiroutb tho loirlietd paia'tiS'Port ifann; la ad- dition ho coaritcted irlUi nufnjr large induitritl icd mtataj and ethtr nterpriees. Born In Sntlind TTM born In Ayr- ih'lro, gcotlind, May .30, 1881. His father. WIllliia'Dr'eokcnrldgSi a native o! Ayrshlrs, reniored flti his family to Oat., In 1867, and nas a oentmotot oulldtr. He April klng.flrecSerjrldBe, natire died April 28, EreoUnrldja lecetrei.hts In the' public' scioolB''o( Potertoro, la eog'sel In ll19 lumbering tar two or In Ae of 18, tie yttung man 'decided "to learn toller- making n'nd fmnSry work, and for thrto be at the William.VlainlHoi Foundry at In the of he went wosl to.Winnljfi ud from tbenco (f.t upon la rail- roil tbe norlh ahora of Late1 Superior. .In. tbe {ollowlr.g year .Mr. BrecSuinrldse began the oon- trading buijneis on Us own accoiuit. Work in Montana Early In f8i6 HT.' Dro tools ImporUnl coutritoHoa .Vork oa. the Pacific rallroa'd! between and Tacorna, roqalrins from' Jupe.lSSS, until May, 1897. Mooh ol his coiutraetloa Tori In the suc'ceedlng few years TM dene Koolenay .country, In 0., la parlntrjnlp wltH tbe con- ilruotloi of Mwt I'tv. 1902 to 1909. In orginiied Coil ran'y and Mr. Breckonrldgetwaa il until" 1507. Tho railroad: firmrof BrcckenddBO ,t Luim, "active from 1897 till 1.901, was a powerful'factor in-tbe railroad nnd Industrial development-61 British Co- lumbia, and Alberta In all tlfo years of. its existence. 'in'1904 Mr. Brcckonriage came to Alberta and. took chargo of-the Can- adian Pacific Hallway company's ex- tensive system "canals, a nork Uiat decupled nearly flTO years' time, beln; completed in 1908. In the last named year' Sir. 'Ureckonri'dge through the- purchase of Mr; Lund's Interest, became sole onner and'kead of the great contracting-concsrn. In the same year ho succeo'ded In build ing 70 mile's cf fegciae for _the Do minion government "enclosing -the national buftnlo parlt at -Wi'nwrlght Alberta. His more'recent eitensiv railroad construction work was don on the building of the transcontinen al lino of the Canadian, Noflheru ral" road, now under construction fror Edmonton west throujh Yellowhea Pasj to Port Mann, hear' Vancouve: Had MT. Breckenridje T.-IS a far-sljhte icduBtrlallst and too BUTTON, BUTTONI Sorflfi-'do. Arid 'EOir.e" don't. .They're for .looks ,t Thousn we on without iC "riearl crfecis rulnestone centres lead In dcnSWl. trimmlns ttyj are unequalsd ar.d" in color they is complete with out-lots'-of them; a frock Icots blind If not Some of tiem xvould drive tbe smal misfortune to hurt her finger somei petu brceny-lf they could EC little tiir.c ago ]ovplj. K3rljlei tney'd make. There are some special ones o green Jade color ind bullet shape tjia would look well used as Jewels with j'liandscice seifi.hg; these a aro uWn-iag'oi a'p'ocm. Brass iullons are ;hard to any variety, but tieys should not i.e. Just look tbe Jlalksn military.-effects, especially 'the lovely embroidered boleros ana waistcoats -ibid are shown on ex- clusive" clothes. _ Sixth Avc., en route home. Mrs.'c. J. Ec'-istonn; who'had th Mien, is now "quite well, the injured member having healed satisfactorily. line 'I'd .PaclBe brancho In British Columbia tnij ttii.Aett pleeei' of ac- coa pi iy.' la a leading part In nctive iraproveraen and devolopmenl of the. country an its resources. Among the conside abio enterprises in which he look largo interest, and .most ot -which h organized, were the Crow's Nest Pa Lumber Co, Breckonrldgo fc Coil Co., Lundbfeclt, Alta.; Brecke jj.. t, I mid Lumber ftiid Coal C sr and Orain an G'lin C Ho- president of- Ihc Brick Co, vice president a dlraclor of the WeaUrn Canada Lum- ber Co. and director ot tha Sewer Pipe Co., al the time of his death He was leading member of tho Calgary Oolf and Country Club. In reilslon he was a Prssbytcrlnn. In 1351 Mr. Brecbonrldge nwrrled Miss Ireae Porler, of Dr. Oliver PortOT of Tacoffla, Wash, they bid one Miss Allna Breci- enrldge. t n ii i' Rev. A. C. Walson is leaving Lerh- dge Eext 'Chicago-to-writp on his exaraina- M for. the degree; o! ftocjorjojfsphll- ophy-and-will likely remain m'that Dr. G. T.-3Iarts will'return to- orrbw night a' 'trip" to the, ast. Ho will' be accompanied home Ladies' Suit Bargains Seven only Indies' Suits In navy Hue. black and one grey. need. Regular values and {2500 suit. Friday and S'J.Sd Saturday........................' ladies' Suits In gicys. and tweciis, Bedford Cords, all (Ws senrou's goods, nude ia tUe latest models, ivjtr, Friday and Saturday. Ditcount of Waist Special A splendid variety ot l.aJIcs1 Waists In Embroidered muslins, high or low neck; also a few black and uhUe stripes, made with soft collars and cufis, ti.trk shades. Suitable for business wear. Regular 1 J200 Friday and Saturday1' Men's .Oxford Shirts llen's'oiford" Work Shirts all light clear palerns, made viith turn dov.n collars; one pocket- Regular ?1 25 nnd JIM. Friday and Saturday............... Cotton Half Hose Men's Ulack and Colored Cotlon stidng and durable, spliced lieels and toes; all sizes. Fri'Jay and Saturday Three pair for........................... Scrims range ivory centres with rose borfiera, ecru cen- tres' blue borders, brown and terra- co'.ta couxentioull ilefigns. Suitable for titling rooms and livlns rooms. Htsular jl cents yard. Friday and Saturday, per yard Brass Silk Neckwear 'Men's Smart Silk Neckwear, in great var- iety, "four-in-handB, and flowing ends, and dark colors. Regular 50c. Fri- 25t'.' day'and .Saturday Ultra Brass Hods, round ends brackets that set rod oul three inches (rom wall; CAlends 51 Inches. Regular Cic. and Saturday Portiere Drapery Two smart designs only, in l.ortier drap- erv; or.o green, one red, Fleur-de-lis de- Blsn: 51) inches nlde. fte-gula- t-riday and Sauirday, uer yard Specials in Shoes Men's Patent Dluchers. kid top, weltei soles. Gun Mttal Oitords, welted also 'tan Oxfords, smart swing lasts. ular up to 5550. Friday and Saturday White Oxfords Woman's White Canvass Oxfords, bluchej cut short >amps, turn soles; -also Instep strap. Regular Friday Md Saturday Girls' While Canvass Oxfords, sawn tprlng heels, now shape. Sizes S to 1014. Regular 51.50 per pair. Friday and Saturday _Remnants 5M Remnants' of Towelling, TaWc Linens, Prints.. and Coltonsrs.ateens, Llninge. Baiity'.Wn'sh Goods, Siii'aid Dress Goods' at ridiculously low prices. too' Yards Victoria Lawn and India .regular and 35c. Friday and Embroidered Flouncing Very handsome embroidered made In fino chalk Nainsook. Regular values gaC. 'COc to S5c. Fridaj' and Sat. per yard Parasols and Sunshades Smart Parasols and fitted with natural bandies, sateen covers, In Btriffw and Dresden Patterns, In all the newest coloring. Regular value up to Friday mud Saturday G. P. io. a dlfilciU ot .-co'nitriwilo.r tfbrj: ono ano ia Ubgti, which days. In ana Mr. oiganlzcii the well-known Nest, Lumber poMpnny, of. which Mr, Bf'cckenildk'o'vfna vrosidtiil from WANT PAY Ottawa, May 29.-A .round roWn that the sessional indemnity bo Inctfassd from to JSCOO is being largfly signed._______ George Neeley, for Kaat Jlld dlescx, seriously ill at Ills home in Uorcheater, suffering from heart Iron- Sal. rf'-t Grocery Specials Friday' 1.Tin.Salmon KTln Asparagus -Tlpt C1 nil Mixed 1 Jar lOjoadwIMie's Preserves ,1 31b Tin Tomatoes '1 3tb Tin Aprlcols 1 tb..Boiled Kam Per pound -t, j.; t; tiUT- Tea Room Delicacies 20e 20c 20c 10c lOc lOc FORCED Bread and Butter, Tea or Coffee......., EGG AND bread auil Butter; Tea or Coffee.. MIXED bread and Bulter; Tea or.Coffeo.......... GOLDEN TARTLETS CHOCOLATE MOULD ICE CREAM HiidisoVs Bay Stores COLOR9VAXD MOODS of the secrcfs being -ell and suitably declares well a, iaroous to under- A dress that is becoming to one, in a certain .mood, .11 ill be hopeksbly un- becoming '.another time. For in- stance, it-black evening-frock is al- ways smart, but don't don one whsn you "are depressed, or )ou will Ice! more so. -You'll be a perfect signal of woe. i "A grayrfroci or a brown one will ibave'much the'same effect, but white has a soothing influence.' A red even- r.R gonn really helps to brighten a dull occasion, anil'green is alaays cheerful also. Don't put on a yellow gown unless you are feeling particu- arly well and if jou arc in exuber- ant spirits a blue- frock rnaXcs a de- lightlul vision ot you. "1 won't let my customers try on model irorics which I'm sure they might liVe ordinarily il thsy come to me jaded'and tired, because 1 know that the" color will not suit them at the monent. A dainty ssy blue crea- tion must not be pressed noon a wo- man who is worried and fatigued. She cannot sec herself in it, whereas another time- when she in resh and smiling she turns from er colors and selects the tender blLC." Her Blrthstont "Did Julius give you a 'stone-set ring for your "Yes. Isn't It a Vauty? Blue white." "Bvit you were corn In Marcb. Thu diamond IB the blrthstone lor April" "That's rlgbt, but as long as I know Julius, my blrlh montu Is go- Ins to be 8CAKF, SASH NOTE., OF., THE the addition of a flowlnj .-i- and Before and alter your 36tb birthday your Today's fashions enhance the necessity of skilful corseting to disguise where art is helping the styles prescribe a natural seeming figure, an 'almost corsetless effect, this result is most successfully attained by this year s models-of the farrtous D. A. and La Diva Corsets. 'D.' A', ind La Corsta, thanti (o ibstnce of duty iplcndio ficiliiiei Mil from to T" ihia importea one) and being rradc for Canadian VTtmmW pre more comfort wear. taialojuc-.ent free on help yon to the be.t for 00MINION CORSET CO.. ;