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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, October 14. 1013 THE LETnimiDOE DAILY HER ALP Wsrner'a and Nemo CorscU in all It's Time to Buy Warm Underwear fc Children m OTHERS arc realities more and more every year tnai. M uifc tie and belt Black o( Children's and AVI uaies' In clly. When we fay we are I-illsU In Underwear, we suaaa It. time. eiha extra moncv Is spent to make this store the headouarUri i for TO. our itoct is complete. v-UUW Special in Shirts Drawers The only- Watson's. Peerless and Turn- Every from the tiniest tot to the growing girl- Our- the goods at eight. Page 9 bud I OR Bus soft quality wool. plain Of fancy rib vest, with' drawers to mttch. Special values at 25c, 35c, 50t', aiid 66c VSSTS OR pure wool, white only. grades. One of our selling lines, priced according to slie: oOcj 60c, 75c. amVOOc: Combination Suits for all Ages CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS or Combination! In White Cashmere, Watson's- All sizes up to 32. Priced accord- Ins to size. to 'CHILDREN'S UNION With Uw new, crotch, fine natural wool, mixture, also puro wool lines, priced .accord- IDS to size. ami Baby is not Foryotten-Read This 'Mothers should see the VANTA VE8T.1 for soft while cashmere yarns only laed-ln thes, made to below tha abdomen. Thay can't Blip from patent- ed vest known to most motbere. HUM in "stock. Pure wool, alip wool mUtuwa. From 36c up SUPPOSE As you treat with indifference and bwsl, Because you are big and strons, Are you sure they are counted a'uona, the leas'. 7 That you are not acting wrong! VTien with anger or stlflabness you or your frieniis Ill-treat what you should protect, Do you reilly believe that Qpd de- lends Your cruelty or neglect t And when you pass from this lile to where can live a day. Because o! the love the angels tear To everything, alway, Are you sure that no creature that crawls or flies gttet you .with lives that ei- dure 1. And that you dare meet their accus- ing eyes And smile Are you quite sure M. 2. Watroiu. Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. G. -Itoteitson. Mrs. G. VY. Robinson and'lho Miss- es Hobinson. tbers present at yesterday's were Mesdimes Hartlstt, Flectvood, Bradskaw. Gtllee- lleech, Jennings and Usi j The r.tst inetUoj te at L. H Kowler's-ori Mor.day alterV St. Cyprian's A. Y. I'. A. held a rgely atlendtd meelinj last evening.' The part ot-tte evening, was Laken up tie season's work; and a followed. Hro- letters irert playtd, the t phy b'eing won by.Miss rlett. A number ol: musical selections yrere and'a vocal solo by Mr. RaBnaid.wES'inuch'enjoyed. The ai- talr closed.with the sur-ing'of: A'uM Lang Syne.-The neVt'regular meeting will ii held on'Mondiy night. i as St. gustin's Fariit- association was up.' Priced to 65c.- INFANTS' BLIP WA1ST8- known" as the "Button down the Jrbnt" kind, are here in eilk, silk and wool and Cash- mere. Special- yrfce 35c to 75c .1. li.. Huss, ol Wrayland, is re newing' acquaintance's" in.th'e city. ganized.iu tip.parish hall. last, even- ing. nieeijbiv'.'ivHl It held to ery fnemfcer. 'and adherent of the con gregatiori." is'eli jitiie-'. The' officer severe, elected as. iol Miss Flora. Curric, oi Montreal, is r, scuest with her sislerj'iirs; Arthur I Honorary Preiidents-ller. Cano MurieMfilglil and Mrs. R. E. Sher lock. and __Presideot-C. F.-P-Conyteare, K family leave'tomorrow to spend he winter at their. old. home in KuvTaril eouuly, Ontario. Black Tigfats: GIRLS' BLACK AnWe length, with elaskio banA at top. 3 year slie% wnf In stock. Priced according Frbm 85c up to Warm FLANNEUETTE NIOHT- QOWN3 for girlt; white, or'hlue. .3ltMJ4--to H: years ;t will mtdei good values 1 r.5o and i- BOYS' Underwear of all a I Boys' Combinations Two'splendid HUM, line lo at'Dors'up lo aral Bhnde at Jl-00 and a grade, elaMlc knit, all slsei roller Gceeu and cream shades with dainty Inser- tion set in; mounted on good rollers. Good quality cloth, Special Our Leader Green shade with ttroog iineii insertion; one of the beat Hoes we carry. Good qual- ity cloth IQC Another Good Line Fine quality Insertion set in green shade. Best quality cloth. Hartshorn 4 As above with combination cloth J1.25 A Special In Leather Goods Black Walrus grained and brown Cowhide Club Bags, leather.lin- ed with swhig handles, brass fittings and locks. Well made through- out! 'Special while they last. Size 16 in. reg. for Size 18 in., reg. S7.50 for A NEW TEA the Dominion. THE HUDSON'S BAY TEA. Best value obtainable for a trill be more than satisfied. Telephone 313 he Hudson's Bay Stores 'Gait hospital was able to leave that; hs' I institution lor his home- .to te given on fiitay -evening. jHis .I. E. Payne, who them In his wqrk of social and moral reform. Over 3000 Pieces of Winter Underwear noyr in SjtpcK an actual count we say have in our (lock of Ladles' We buy. lu direct from lie maker. In this w fa it< you Bid an' aitoTtraent like thu? also urdfrwent an operation, for ap; pendicitls, it projreKJnBifjyoirahlj.. o v The Westoinitor -Guild of: of the crime, poverty, disease Insanity, in the 'world. .The white, slave traffic- and gambl- wore also' great arils, atlaciing churcK'metiaste'veiiinj.'- Mf.-WlillarnUll' ,of society, and .ruinin? Frime iras" leider, thouiandi; while unwholesome amuse- -T i't.i QIKI.'" -were t-he wtio..oalled Gerai from ths on Mrs. Andrii- Tillef at-jp'tberB1 Mjii-__._.. ternoon, whtn she at. home Meseth, Mr.'SfcAlpine, Mr. T. C. ora t'hs Bible.'" Haiti I Lajilis1 Whit. Veats j at..................... Wewl Mlxtura or valua at 10 per wool, drawers to match ddQ at All Wool Veets ar 91.50, and 1140 and Silk and at and all silk veeta at.......-........... Outalee VeaU ar or natural, Tnc and Ladlaa' (ulta, Meed white only <1 KA all aliM Uittai wttrta or .natural' part wee' Fine lor Ihe fijst time pa'flj inn Mr. J. 3. iS'rifhL' Mr'.- Mi JMiaa Tilley, -who- recently .returned: poufsn .rendered a1 iota Yery Irom Toronto, received with.the hos1, acce'pta.bly. tess. Mrs. J. D. Higinbothain and Mrs. C. F. Smith presided in-'tbe dining room, the viands being MI E. Fisher. n-.rtbe dininj1 lirved by Union 12-25'. iulU ill (per knit to m, aiso Union aulta, knit hand finishad at per I -7S ault................. It will pay you to see pur stock first Specialists in Hosiery, Corsets and Underwear 3 St.' Mary's Guild "held nieetlng.yesterday afternoon po.tt- Pinciier Creek People Urged.to Mass Meeting. Inaugurate! the Whirl A happy jklhirdJ: .at tha home of Mrs. Patrick last evening to their farewells to Miss .O. i. has been obliged to re- .Mr War4 ;urn to her home on account of the I Jlnew of her'father.' Tho'time was pleasantly spent in plarfng and "lueaslng contests, after TrhicVa dainty lunch was served. leaving her colleagues "of the I.'JI.: C.' preseat- MiM Turner a handsomo vol- ume "of poems.. Those present 'wece: Jlrs. Patrick, fte Minses Armour, Pal- rick, Kem, QeoBhetan, Hur-t ani Knappen. the date of tie Jumble sale from'.Monday next until 'Thursday neit jn Unity Hail. tor thl sale will be gratefully received. The .ladles decided to'.meet tivlce.a month, until after their -bazaar and give a'buffet luqch in aid of the Guild' In the parish hall n Wednesday, October 2Jnd Mrs. UriEworth and Mrs. Field ser- ved refreehmants. About forty youni people attend- i the meting of .the Wesley Epworth League last and listen. oil with great Interest to the address given by Dr. Spencer oc aoclal prob- manU and lack ol1 reverence lor'Uie Sabbath appearetl to'" be- talcing ground Rtriong the.young people, to the detriment of Mr. H. H.'Cragti p'reildent, brought In the report ccmmillw In con- nection with Ihe work on "applied -which will be taken up ky the league, this jeaEon. The Vf. C. T. U. Travfllere' Aid repbrt for. Auiust 2Jrd, to September 23fd follows: Trains mat.................. I98 Information given to Number of cared for... Pincher Creek, ol the whirlwind campaign for the O. W. Uoss, tho secretary of the Hoard ol made a few more cvplariatior.3 in addition to those already stated on the circular which had been sent put recently, as to there is always a'deficit, iri the finaiicial standing of-a hospital, asking the people to remember that added to all other .reasons space will not- allow roe to.give again AND SOCIETIEI Wesley Ladifa' Aid will meet to- mnrrow aKcin'gon and, as impottaiit harness.is on a'large attend- ance is desired bv the president, j I The Music and ;Art sec- Matcesis club'-wlll j tomorrow OVedneEday) afternoon '.the Mi's. U. E. Skeith, 612 STwellth St., S.; at three o'clock sharp, DIKE RESULTS. A thtologlcal student was aent one Sunday to supply a vacant pulpit in a valley lown. A few 'iflcr be received a copy of the weekly tat-or at that place with following marked: Wcsley Ladies' Aid will hold .a home cooking sale on Saturday ajtir stmlnarj-.tupplled the pulpit nooll ncst at three o'rlo'ck In the at the Congregaiional thuroh last Sun- 0[ the church. Suilahli day tho church will now he cloacd............ three weeka Dlspttch. for Paul "Iho Rev. of Uic senior clM3. municipal Wharf 60 feet wide anil 1600 j Day will be on sale in St. AURiistin's The Herald Wants Regular Correspon- dents at Raymond.- Blairmore and .Lake Write News Editor Angeles haii -Just .completeil a things (or Thanksgiving Day will he on saie. j Pumpkin pics ahd all home cooking appropriate tor Thanks a name or herialf a girl 'thoiild learn to Superfluous Hair With the Electric Nsedla. Hull Block Mfis Holmta Phona 17tO pailsh hall on Saturday aftsrnnoil next. The ladlci will also serve altjrX noon tea. Attention I Women and young girii of 'the city. Miss Yeomnns, ol lh< Neglected will glse'an midiess in the Y.M.C.A. jdltoilum nt four-thirty -tomorrow Iternoon. Ycu nrc all cotdla'.ly invited iby.the Women's Civic' Club, ;whicn U calling the i' Sf Kt The Oood 'Frlendthlp club'rtrjct terdar 'alletr.rxii with .VttiilJ. W. ISartlatt, and i' Fleawtit 'time vis spent In sewing, alter whlch'iiivilin'g rfireihrnenls fere served, -0. Harvey. la. yrcsi.l-nt aad Mn. S. E: Jatts" sccretaty.- If Hair is Gray, Use Sage Tet Don't look oldl Try Grandmoth- er's recipe to. darken and trbtlullfy fudeJ, llfflM hair 'That tcautiful even shade of dark, .glossy hair can only be had by brewing'a ml_xturo of Sago Tea and Sulphur. Your balr Is your charm. It makes or mars tha face. Whan it turns grey, streaked and looks dry, .wispy Just an application or two" of- Sase Sulphur Its appear- ftnce a hundredfold. JJon't. bolher fo prepare Iho you con get from any drug store a 50 cent bottle of Sage and 'Sulphur 'italr louse. This'can alwsyst'be depended to. bring hack the natural color, and luslre of your hair and removo dandruff .clop scalp Itching and falling "hair. F.verybody" "V.'yelh'j and Sulphur? hcctuse It darkens to naturally e-venly that nobody wn lell II hiu been ipplled. You a "sponge or ibft brush with H driw through tht.HIr, Init one imtll tfracd sv tine; by memlng tie fray tltwfttrei, and'. mother application Ifhetoajta Fully dark ud apjx'r" -InilrouE and.abunditit. .1. Hlglnfcolham I Co. agcntt. Two youns girls came from tho east expecting a cousin to meet them and were disappointed. Tbey Tfere taken to a respectable boarding house, where several days and then took positions In the country Their cousin, came on Saturday nisht Inquiring for them and v-'a's given their address.. A Norwegian uroman and child could noV apeak or understand English. They were taken to a boaralng house, Her husband was vorklnr in the country, so next day she waa taken to the depot, where her ticket was ob- tained and baSB'se checked for' her to the place her husband was working. She seemed'grateful for tho assistance. big hall was occupied, but it is to be that ei and'child the Creek district was riot, the service. The meeting wasicpenti by the veil known concert orchestra playing several selections. After prayer "and ths singing ol "Xearer My Ood to by the congregation, A. Lytio made" a" stirring' address." Taking as his text, "Am I my brother's er and therebr dealt with, the his' toric subiecl oi the evening. -Then after the singing of "Lead Kindly Light' H by the congregation, the Rev. Gretton made an earnest ap- REMAINS EASTERN It is mistake to think Ilial Japan Is now half.Europeaniwd. Out side the foreign settlements, still remains tho haad of the full of picturesque coslume, ar- tiillo to its flpBor a paradise of curio shops, with fascinating little babies, Just llko Japanese dolls, on every doorstep everybody quaint and dainty. At one' Ume Canada uicd lo seem far away from Japan, but non- there Is only nln'o days' voysge, lor tho -pactflc'1 fiyera, the '.'Empress of Asia" of Kussia" off trip. What wondfrful boat's they are. Just built for a Pacific voyage, each with verandah cMe, gymnasium, largo cooi- smoking rooms, tho.perfecl service oj Ihe Orient, evcrylhlng. so tasteful. Make your plans now, and make theni for Japan. Write, phone or CiHfor practical ds.lalll Ihe voyage io S. 'Mltphell, Ticket Agent C. P, The cornerstone of t. French Prei- byterian.church was laid In Quebec. The new oil plpo" line telwcen tha Imperial Oil Works in Surnla and the. Lima, Ohio, oil fields hu bean com- pleted.- peal to the manhood and the wosnan- lood of us all, using' the -life of our saviour, SG an reminding us ol His loving kindness to all. who were sick and afflicted. Alter -which ;lie congregation arose once more and sang, "Rock of Ages." the Rev. Hillli Wright then on the Eco- nomic side ol the subject.. His. ad- dress was strong and to the point; showing us not only what our will bo in the coning week, but why t should alM r.e a plfas'Jre. The of- fering was thrn taken, as the orches- tra played, "Poet and. Peasant ture." The writer feels that the or- cnesiiu siiuuiii ce their choice, and the excellent waf.in ft. Gretton pronounced the-benEdlc- :ion, concluded the service. The collectors who had been -ap- pointed to canvass the district dur- ing this, week remained for.a lew moments.to receite.final instructions The public are'BSlied to kindly re- member thatithese workers who will call during this 'week, or next-, have all been through these past years ol hard times and are in deep tym-' pathy, and are only sent to yon that may gave the opportunity, "to do 'with a long which they played this selection. g; rour beat-" So let ns all now pull, a strong pull and a pull alto- land our hospital on a sate jnancial basis. Kemcmber the gentr'- ous offer ol Lord Strathcooa to us as soon as we raise the H. L. Xornian has resigned his of- fice as. president ot the bospit.il board of directors. The Quadrille dance given on Fri- day evening last was a huge suc- csss. Miss PassMrg, is visiting Mrs. Brown this week. ol a drydock'and shlp- at the Soo want a's a site, tha recently opened Beltevue Park.' 1 CUPS Six Clips for One Cciit BLUE Is by far tiie most economical tea and the richest, most satisfying; in flavor. for Blue Ribbon. this Adv.rtlsemsnt with 26 cents to Bins Wlnnlpsj, for the ilue Ribbon Cook Book.. best cosk book ttr In Weittrn Cinadi. Wriie name .V ;