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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta iJLvlHIJiUDGE DALLY Page A niw Antipoa Belt, in latest C suitable for medium sni (till .figures. Duplex, ateels throughout! In 19 to 30. Tilers is a model madeithat fits your, figure to perfection. Be particular to get it and tiere'll te no difficulty getting tne "rigkt Lang" to your 7 gowns or suits. 'No otter corset imparts sucn gracefulness and true dignity oz style. Ask for a la Grace at tlie best stores. Our new 1911 style book sent free ir yon write Cromptofl Corset Company, Limited, Toronto for all aues and assessments from the EDiTED 3Y Office Phone, Residence 'UNO." Mrs. IS. G. Hazell will be at home-, voice, delighted this evening to the young people, a lullaby. j I equally pleasing number. Last evening jjMiss Simra's first number was "Through a Primrose Dell" by Spross. "Land of Hope and Glory" was splendidly sung ,by Mr. G. B. Fleming, ;who is another of the most popular singers in the city. For an encore Mr. Fleming sang "My Ros- a pleasing feature being both he and .Mrs. Fleming, who acted as accompanist, had committed the music and words to memory. Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Fleming add- ed much to the concert by their Harold Henderson left yesterday af- for a vacation trip to the ternoon coast. Mrs. T. S. Fetterly entertained the Art Needle Work Club pleasantly yes ie'rday afternoon.. The Baptist Ladies' 'Aid''.'Society Chain Tea has been'postponed this week, but .will be held 'Wednesday, June T'th, at the.home of Mrs. A. E. Smith, London Road. Mr Louis Roy, a student at McGIll Montreal, arrived in- city yesterday to spend a .few days with "his brothers, W. P- and Guy- Roy. Pic will -visit the coast before returning to Montreal for his final term's work. The, marriage of Miss ;Pansy Mills, Mrs. R. J. Gordon was the last speaker of., the "evening. She spoke on "Moral and in'a few con- cise sentences gave some splendid the audience j perfect accompaniments. To Mr. Ern- est E. Lay ton, the choir conductor, much credit is due for the success of the concert. At the conclusion of the programme refreshments were served to the members the choir in the ideas with reference to the work j lecture room. Those who took part in that could be accomplished by the j the choruses were, Mrs. James Peat, club. She said, "Why should one hu- Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Vallance, Mrs. mac being feel better than another Shaddon, Miss Mackenzie, Miss Mc- The only superiority we can boast of j Fee, Miss Deseth, Miss McGregor, is'a superiority of intellect. If a wo-1 Miss Hutton, Miss-Hodgins, Miss A. man is not all that she should be, I Simrn, Miss Bait, Miss C. Simrn, why should she be helped on her downward path by being ignored, it should be the endeavor of the women of the city to assist these unfortuu- The kind fhatpleases people------ COSTS NO MORE THAN THE ORDINARY Kl N DS COMPLIESWiTHALL PURE FOOD LAWS DoesNOTcontainALUM FULL WEIGHT ONE POUNDCAMS MADS IN CANADA. EKGILLETT CO.LTD. TORONTO, ONE ate ones-and to look after the girls are here so that no evil influence." The members "of the executive com- Miss Tilney, Miss Sharman, Miss Messrs. Fleming, Speacer, Andrews, Robertson, Vallance, Jar- vis, Beaton, Scott, Bliss, E. J. and D. Mackenzie and Frances. At the Wesley -Epwprth League meeting last evening, the subject un- der discussion was "Dependability in nyifree" present' publicity lit-eraturev.ait. the the meeting j Mr. 0. D. Austin being and solicited for members. Many of j the principal speaker. After speaking the." Xoxth Lethbridge came members. ;t y church choir concert j can be depended .upon, the speaker dealt with some of the particulars. People are good, citizens whose judg- ment can be depended on, whose ac- two tions ,are consistent with a general dred people in of .the j who csm be counted en to church evening was a musical. fae present when and where they pr0m_ shouldn't have j ised? who can be depended on to dc been 'missed- by anyone who is fond of well-selected-Tarid-delightfully rcn- to o: near each number has set the standard for Christian citizenship. President R. D. Shaatz presided at the meeting. IRON SPRINGS NOTES The ferry was drowned for about a th It ie the home tea of the West voungest daughter, of Dr.'. and Mrs. James Mills, to Mr. Victor Monta- gue. Drury, of Montreal, eldest son of Brig.-Gen. and Mrs. Drury, of Hali- fax, is take plave on June 2.1, at 2.15 p.m., in the Domin- ion Methodist church, Ottawa. _ __ __ IK v A. their best at all times and are ing to try. The good citizen realises .Judge and Mrs. Hewson, Gore Say, felt greatly j the resp0nsibnity Of words actions announce the engagement of their complinifsnted many people in j positions and promises. In these re- second'daughter, Edith, to Mr. Don- attended the pccts Christ {s the ideal citizen and aid M. Kydd, of the Canadian Bank j pbriceEfc-.given a ago, en- of Commerce, Portland, Oregon. The rjoyedvftVthat present again wedding will take place in Trinity T church, Barrie, on Wednesday, Hymn "0, number The reception and tea given j afld ths inspiri.ng -words sung with week-and a half, much to the discom-1 sion. row in the club rooms of everyone with patriot- fiture of numerous people who chanc- church will be the event of the ism. jed to go that way. We are glad to in Methodist church circles. A .most I "Ave by Schubert-Withelwj I Sa5" that it is once more in commis- j elaborate beitig prepared and j the violin'exauisite- Slon- I an effort to make the affair as -de Mr :'E Layton who is'ae- Mr" Forsnaw the past week Ilightful as possible. Every woman' of to be the city's foremost attendin- the Methodist Wesley congregation is invited to at- vioiinist "if, a this reception and aMUate The choruses snng with an the society. e J absolute knowledge and assurance ,He gpoke acceptably to a large audi- I that was most; pleasing, the two The Woman's Civic club's first pub- numbers which were probably most licity .meeting held in Kennedy's hall, j appreciated by the audience were the North Lethbridge last evening was unaccompanied part- song, Tschaikow- an immense success and well attend- sky's "Legend" .and the. Triumphal ed. The first speaker, Mrs. W. H. March from Naaraan "With Sheathed There are good reasons why Blue Ribbon is the home tea of the "West It is guaranteed satisfactory... A .small amount of Blue Ribbon makes more tea than a much larger quantity of other teas. The'superior flaror of Blue Ribbon is noticeable at once. Buy a packet. If you don't flniHt satis- factory, return the balance to your grocer and he refund your money. VETO BILL PASSED LORDS C. P. R. GETS OUT London, May government r Liverpool, May Is stated that veto bill passed its second reading in the. Canadian Pacific Railway Co. lias decided to withdraw from the ,-Nortfe Atlantic conference. House of Lords today with.divi- Mrs. W7. H. Johnson, took for her subject "Home Mrs. Johnson emphasized the fact that if the amount of money the latter being sung to both piano and organ accompaniment. Miss Margaret Batt sang very Grain Growers' Guide) Vulcan Uniot is in favor of the hail insurance plan as put forth by Strath- more Union. We have decided to noti- The members Qf Mountain Hill Ufi. fy each member by few oays before each meeting so, as iOj1.on'are ln entire with the call attention to .same ana try to bring pork packing plant proposi- all out. Three new members were and wish it every success, cared at our last meeting. sent out of the city for could i sweetly "My Hearts' A-Maying" by be expended at home, there would be Hawley, and responded to the ap- great results. She deplored, the wjth another acceptable selec- teni, carried on by so many house-jtion. keepers in Lethbridge, that of charg-j "When Through the Meadow of Ten- ing everything. They secured the won j der Q-reen1: Mr. Frances' chosen cy to send away for things, why not j nurrrber, which was ideally" adapted use that money to pay cash'' for Tie- j to his magnificent voice. For an en- cessities at home. She said the mer- chants could aSord to carry better lines, reduce their prices and give better service if cash was paid in- stead of the credit system being in Miss MaJble Brown, of Turin, was vis iting at Iron Springs on Friday. Miss Emma Recks is visiting in inorHanE. Jules Recks returned from Montana] last w.eelc. J The Old Folks find advancing years bring an increasing tendency to constipation. The corrective they need "is 99 Entirely different from cdmmori laxatives. Pleasant to take, A tablet (or less) at bed-time regulates the-bbyels perfectly; iDereasHg doses never needed. Compounded, .like all the 125 NA-DRU-CO pre- parations, by. expert chemists.: Money-back if not satisfactory. 25c. a boxt. If your druggist has not yet stocked them. send 25c. and we will mail them. NATIONAL DRUG A, CHEMICAL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL. 22 if core he sang a catchy little ditty, "When You Were Seven and I Was Ten." The ladies' quartette, composed of Miss Batt, Miss Mackenzie, and the HUDSON'S BAY SIAlOf ftJIjUirY F. A. Kartt followed j Misses Simm, gave two delightful and in a rc.ost j numbers "The and "The Yel- Sweet Valley Union has adopted a resolution to trie effect that any mem- ber transferring from one union to another .must have a paid-up receipt are unable to promise any hogs in this eloquent address touched upon a num- 1 Daisy" from Three Flower songs district though, as'the -market for ber of important things that could be i by jirs. II. H. Beach. fresh pork in our immediate vicinity is almost unlimited and up to the presen the farmers of this neighborhood have been unable to supply the demand. AND WINDOWS WE CARRY EVERYTHING YOU NEED ZN BUILDERS' HARDWARE. FROM THE WIRE SCREEN ON THE FRONT DOOR TO THE OUTSIDE KN7OB ON THE KITCHEN DOOR YOUR HOUSE OR BUILDING, IF PROPERLY HARD- WARED." WILL BE MUCH MORE HANDSOME THAN Ifa YOU GIVE NO CARE TO THE KIND OF TRIMMINGS" YOU USE WHEN IT'S ANYTHING IN HARDWARE. WE HAVE !T bettered by the Woman's Club. He j Irving gave one of Mr. Drum emphatically spoke in favor of home j m0nd's favorite habitant readings trade, the great opportunity here for j responded to the prolonged and moral reform and charity, and j hearty hand clapping with a parody thought if club rooms could be estab-j OJ1 English expression "Don't You lished by the club, where the girls j Know." who are strangers in the city, Miss Gladys Ives rendered a' piano- whose homes are not here could be S0j0j Chopin's "Scherzo" in a entertained, taught and be under the talented manner. This young guidance of Christian women, although residing in. Lethbridge would be accomplished. He drew attention to the many snares in this city for innocent girls. At- the conclusion of Mr. Hartt's excellent remarks Mr. Kimball, ac- companied on the piano by Miss Archer, sang a most acceptable solo, 1 The acting president, Mrs. Silver, presided over the meeting gracefully and at the beginning of the season told those present the aim of the club and at the beginning o! the season ship from North Lethbridge. Mrs. D. C. Marriott spoke on and her brief remarks which were to the point, were ex- ceptionally thoughtful but a few months, has won an en- vied place in the musical circles of the. city. Miss Simm received an ovation when she made her appearance. She is' certainly Lethbridge's favorite singer and always shows her appre- ciation of her audience's enthusiasm by graceiously responding with an ATTENTION, MEN! IT IS THE FIRST THING YOU WANT in Clothing and Shoes'j' appearance is the next thing you wish. Our buyers select the styles that make the wearer look neat. Wear is another quality you want. Buying as we do in large quantities assures you the benefit of our low selling prices on our goods are never .higher than the quality. Money re- turned cheerfully-on "any article not found entirely satis- factory. That is 's Hcrpicide The Finest and Best Known Hair Rem-' edy in the Introduction j Necessary j Loss of hair, itching scalp, dandruff and inspiring. other forms of hair trouble always Mrs. Marriott said the home was the i cause one to think instinctively of centre, but not the boundary, hut j H every woman would endeavor to Co, "if you .live oat of town, wriie us." relief from various scalp disorders may invariably make her home better tne city would jbe fomK] }n jsewbro's Herpicide. 'Buy be a better one. She spoke of the j it and see. reat lack of charity in the city. i If satisfactory results are not ob- H. Elton in a'genera! talk re-M.ained from the r.se of this prepara- j, jjition its maB.utacturers authorize your gardmg the great results that could to return your money. be accomplished by the club ii itsi jsewbro's Herpicide ha? ionp: been members would work together for j recognized as the most reliable hair I the general welfare and up-bimding of i remedy on the market, backed up by, the citv mentioned the work that ja guarantee .that means something jj TT It is the orignal remedy and the i be done in the home. He that to get women interested in Leth j Recommended and made by the best brrbers and hair! dressers. j Send lOc postage U? The Herpicide j Company, Dept. R., Detroit Mich., for! sample and booklet on the Care of the j Hair. J. D. Hiifiabotham Co., Ltd., j a special as bridge as soon as they arrived here to reside, making them feel welcome and contented was the best way to make the city larger and more pro- gressivc. -Mrs. Johnson, who oossesses a very MEN'S FURilSHINGS This concerns teems GOOD the man who es- FOOTWEAR at Reasonable Prices. The fol- lowing" lines are sure to please. Wear, style and fit guaranteed. GENT'S TAN CALF BLUCHER OXFORD Smart- toe, perforated quarters, _ No, GENT'S BOX CALF BLUCHER OXFORD SHOES 24 pairs of these in all sizes. to clear GENT'S BOX CALF BLUCHER -Kid top. For smart wear. No. 322 MEN'S WHITE CANVAS. BLUCHER SHOES AND Stylish wear; Good Hats that are seasonable, f Goats that look well on or off. Shirts worth showing wearing. Pants that fit. to match the coat. Prices that surprise by their rea- sonableness as follows: MEN'S SOFT navy blue, drab, brown and black. Newest American and English styles of fedora, crush or negligee, and MEN'S SPRING the newest tweeds. Just the thing for present season's wear, to MEN'S negligee and plain, made in silk, mercerized cotton and prints and percales, 75c to MEN'S ODD worsteds and fancy tweeds; all sizes. Prices ito ;