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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, August THE L.ETIIBRTDGE DAILY HER AMI EDITED BY "INO" Office Phone 1224. Residence Phone 774. Many n shaft at random sent. Finds mavk the archer Ultle meant! And many a word at randum spoken, May soothe, or wound, a heart that's in tho United States? for food, shelter and clothing by women, demands that women bo trained to spend money when women mude a beginning In clothing by cutting jdown the amount of material for Mr. and Mrs. A. P. of Tab- J" about one-half, are in the city attending the fair. criticised as harshly. hat are the poor women to do? broken. --Scott. Ucularly as a. part of Uio Jewelry fihe iijjes. AB a rule tho queen wears beau tiful tolKalre diamonds or .pearls.or else the cluster form, and whether In day or evening dress, they scorn al I ways to complete and onhanco the beauty of tho rest of tho pature. This marked revival in tho wear of tha earring is interesting, for perhaps It IB tho oldest, ;is It is'certainly tho most widely distributed form of fern inlnc adornment in. the world. "One KOOK very far back Into the dim past of history when tho servant of Abra- ham sought FkObckuh for his master's son's and "put earrings upon he'- face and the bracelets unou her hands." e Miss Ci. E. Mavcety, oi I.cthbridge, is. visiting in the Hat News. Lord Strathcona is expected to ar- rive In Montreal next month .und will ho there- to welcome II. U. H. the Duke of Connaugh: on fiis arrival In Can- Mrs. ALchcson, of Cranbrook, is visiting her mother, Mrs. G. Mo Kay, Second Ave., S. tember 23rd. Most of these are writ- Mrs. C. Salherston, of N'anton, Of some prominence, a couple of weeks, the guest of Mrs. .lames Dflaney, Ford St. A party of eighteen ICnglish writers are to vibii Kdmonton, Sep Miss Dorothy Campbell, the holder of tho golf championship of Canada. Miss Ilarvic and'Miss Waires arc I Unilod Slales ('roal Britain, is .-ith Miss-Nicholson, Km al the golf tournament, at Ottawa, during the week of September Apartments. i. Mr. ,ind Mrs. Devino Kivon up Kdwan, vataon Cheyne, the j tt.iiauLi Vviivj ui', tilt: their suite at the Victoria Mansions well-known surgeon, and his find 'gone out t6 tlicir ranch. who were staying at the Queen's Dr.. and Mrs. Hatnman, of Tabor, j r.rc in the city for a short time, lak- I ing in the fair. j Hotel, Toronto, have left for the Darned Convent; 2. Miss Cook. Pair Mrs. 2, Mrs, The Gnrhiiu Business college has 1 White, 'started work for the fall term with J sijk" Embroidery on Mrs Tho prices awarded in the Ucparunems are as follows- Special Bread Competition Best Loaf of Hread, made from "Our Best" Flour, homo Mrs. Gil- lies, 2. Mrs. K. Watt. Best Loaf of Bread, made bj- a girl under M, from "Our Beat 1, Venue Harris. Host Loaf of Rrown Hread. made from Ellison's Whole AY hen Flour. Mrs. J. Hontou; 2. Mrs. Cameron; 3, Finl.'iyson. Best Loaf of Home Made Bread, made from "Pride of Alberta" Flour Mrs. P. J. WoslyiiK, 2 Convent. Best Loaf Home Made- Bread, mado from their "Mother's Favorite" 1. Mrs. S. Sherd; 2. Mrs. S. H. Webb. Mrs. A. White; 2, Mrs. Hancock. Ladies' Department Pair of Sox or Mrs. Cameron; 2, Convent. Pair of Darned Sox or 1, Convent; 2, Mrs. Shepherd. istaried worK tor tue lad term wiin t un Lord and Lady Guernsey, of Lon-' a very goud' enrollment. Mr. Gar- Manwaring: 2. Mrs. Reuter. don. Knglancl, are fiistingmshed 'butt, Calgarv, is spi-ncling a few Crochet Work in Mrs guests at ihc.Hanl! Springs I'otel. jdavs in the citv. Bo.f G Best Collection Cotton Crochet Work Baron Rothschild, of New who The marriage of Dr. .lohn McKay, Is visiting in Car.-ida, will ho at thojof Frank. Jo Miss Blanche Currencc, Banff Springs Hotel this week for ,JuUgHlcr of. Mr. Kd. Cmrence, ot a few days. _ Clarcsliolm. was at the Presbyterian church, Claresholm, on Miss McXicol, nf Boston, who was AIIGJUSI 23rd. a with Mrs. .1. McNicol for I the past two hohiu. has returned Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stafford, who Miss Beryl Nimmons, lias been taking the summer art course at the University of Chicago, is spending Ji short in Winnipeg route are enjoying a trip to Yeliiwvsione home. Miss Nimmons will return on I'r.rk, arc expected home on Monday evening. in Winnipeg for a month. "George Ferguson. B. A., of the col- legiate staff at Pctcrhoro, Ont., spent Mrs. Maunsell; 2. Mrs. Bricker. Irish Mrs. Donaldson; 2 Mrs. Maunsell. Mountmcllick Mrs 2. Mrs. Voung. Fancy Home-made Picture 1, Convent; 2, Convent. Fancy Pin Mrs. White; 2. Mrs. Shepherd. Set Pillow Mrs. A. J Wright; 2, Convent. Toilet Mrs. 2, Mrs Wanless. Tea Cosey 2 ay Saturday accompanied by Miss Mil- i Mrs. M. White. )drcd who lias been visiting Tea in U'umincc for month. lcr: 2- Miss Colleaon. Their Excellencies the Governor- the couple Of the guest of jGeneral and Countess tJrey and the iittchanan. J.adles Sybil and Kvelyn Grey, win be jtlie guests of his Honor the Lieuten- "Mrs P L. Xaismith and Mrs. 'ant .Governor and Mrs. Gibson, at Gov- lernnient House, during their stay in Ur.yrrncc.NaismUli will return on Toronlo. whero Uloy will open Monday from Yellowstone Park, here t Key. have been visiting. Mr. a .Mr. ami Mrs. A. Blcnncr-IIas-......'" "-.....4.. family haw returned from a at, thL> Gnlt Hospital, to XcepV.wa. Minhcdosa and olh- hns recovered to ho rP- cr Manitoba points. Collection Fancy Urickcr, 2, .Mrs. Cameron. Sofu Cushion. Silk Embroidery on and 2, Mrs.Manwaring. Sofa Cushion, Eyelet Embroidery on Convent. Drawn Thread Work on Miss Cook: 2. Mrs. Brown. Tatting Mrs. Sherd; 2, Convent. Point Miss Cook; Mrs .Miss Addy, who recently underwent! Manwaring. Miss Ellen sufficiently recovered to be rn moved to her sister, J. F. Ham- ilton's home on Bnmton St. Miss the Exhibition. Miss Dickson, of Gait. Ont., whojAth'-v wjn nnt to resume her Miss Kdna Tripp returned ycstcr- afternoon Irom Calpary and 1, baud; 2, Mrs. Manwaring PImbroidery in 1, Convent; 2, Convent. Child's 1. Miss B. Brodie; -'..Mrs. A. W. Holt. Rag- '1 and 2, '.Mrs.. Hancock.' Home-made Quilt, l, Mrs Hick; 2, Mrs. Bradbecr. Home-mado Quilt, l, D.W.In has for some time with lln-ties who" Mrs. F. R. Fifth Ave., re- turned to her hbrue on Tuesday. The is announceti Of, iss Pearl SJiatford, daughter of A.iman: 2- A- n- I'rqnhart. .duy afternoon Irom Calparyand of'llubJjard's. Nova! Home-made Quilt, IBanfi, where she has >cen lioliiiavinc .Scotia- to Charles K. Anderson, Brickor; 2 S. C. Chappell. for a month. of Brooks, Alberta. marriage r> Mats Crochet-1, Mrs. Ben [will place at the home of the MlSS during the first week in Winnipeg, Man.. An-. W. .t.; Wehb and Kthel May Parr were tnar- Tied today. The groom is building for tho Hank of Hamilton! and resides at Monarch. Alta. Painting on Bolting Scp- Wright; 2, Convent. Mrs Mrs William Holmes and bride. who Crochet Work in 1. Mrs. Ben ton; 2. Mrs. Henson. Sideboard 1. Miss Cook; 2 .Miss Collcson. j'have boon visiting the groom's fath- I Mr- 'ames Holmes, at his sum- Rev, and Mrs. T. P. Perry, with cottage, at High Banks, left Francis and Master Stanlev. i Thursday evening for (heir home in r. rt have reitirnccl from Tors. Alberta, j Prinw Albert, Sask., via ChicaBo 2. Mrs where they have brcn visiting for and St. Planet. Tea Cloth. Drawn Work on 1 i Mrs. Brickcr; 2. Mrs. Hrndhcev. Te.i Cloth. Kyclet, French Kmbroid tlie past six weeks. Mrs. Hanna and Ijttle Louise and Miss Fisher, nf dauphtcr Mrs. Holmes was Miss Jean I'rthur, formerlv of this citv. Mac- Miss .Julia Purdy, of Nova Scotia, are.Ruests. til the homo of their has arriveti in the city to Te.i Cloth, any other Mrs Johnston; 2. Mrs. .Manwaring. Fancy .J. Wright .Miss Holt; 2, Mrs Bricker. Fancy M. White; 2 Collpsoii. Wood Mrs Miss Purdy is a very excel- 2, Mrs.'Webb. A. J Dr. {.'aihraUh, for a couplt: of position with iho fiiirijtslf. or AMa, arc .spending a few years with the Ontario Business col-! Stitch Convent- in the city, tho guests nf it-go Ikrltevilkr, and during four Mrs. Wright. Frank and Mrs. Cooper, 52 Tom St.; years of that time, was in charge -Hamilton Herald. ,ne shorthand department. Carles Hereford and Vis- Klmvor fniM in Wnllaclialn Mrs Col loson; 2, Mrs. Bradbeer. Harsenpcr Kmbroidery l, .Mrs, Younp; 2, Mrs. Kllcnbaud. Mrs. Wan- count Castlcrcagh will be gucRts with r tncir KxcpJIonrfcs Counters .as tomorrow 2. Mrs. White. Oroy tho Citadel. Quebec, in Sep-: at The members arc an- rlflrcocl Mrs. A. J. Wright tember. Baltimore A Sep- thai nowrrs should he sent Mrs. Rcutcr. i as they could have used more than j Special Mrs. Bradbeer; Wefltornitlic-' JflKt Thr-.v be Mrs. Peterson: 3. Marshall. II. K. Playlo. Haitimore Anjc-ilcnn: Wcfltorn i Thry n-ill be vory university, shocked by the lo .-.ny. who will notify eith- j nine billions are .annually spent >r Mrs. F., p. Conybrnre or Miss Dr. Morse's Root Pills are fust the n'flht medicine for the chiJdirn. Whrit tl'.fir kidneys are out of onlor ovcr-injluIgcRce in some favorite fcotl gives them Morse's Indian Root Pills will ouick'y and surely put thorn right. Purely vegetable, neither siokrn, gripe, like harsh purgatives. Guard your children's health by always keepinff a box of Dr. Morse's Sndian Root Pills in the Thty., n! Hatch, that thry have flowers donate this wrrk. "I-Jarrings just now are as generally worn as brooches, pendants or rings, and it necessary to keep thorn at prices in a fi-reat range or said a high dugs jeweler whun by Jlu> London tho coronation I'Ar.iMishfng any demands in regard to It has been wldt-ly noticed vario.tin events Mint lias with her prosenre. as in portraits that.'lifT majesty favors tbofr woar, Imported Absolutely! GENUINE WORCESTKRSHIRE Children Well jand is said, indeed, to like them par- made in Englnnd. Friday 25c At the Bay FRIDAY Friday I. 25c At Bay to be the First of a Series of Bargain Days at The HUDSON'S BAY STORE in order to iliMiion.sthiio to tlic citizens of Lothliridgo and vicinity the tremendous pnrchnsino- facilitio.s of this great nierchandisinK and to induce: the public to do more of their shopping Friday instead of leaving (jvorything u> the last: minute on Saiunlay night, we arc commencing- series of IVidny Bargain Days that create a wave of enthusiasm hitherto unequalled in the annals oj' this-citv. At these special Friday bargain Sales profits he entirely eliminated.and goods will in many he marked at hut a fraction of original cost. Kead i his announcement of depcndahle and merehadisc that 'sells in the reg- ular way for JYoin-Kk: to 7oc.} all popularly pric-ed at a quarter a-picce for tomorrow's selling, and he on hand early tomorrow morning to participate to the lull extent in this rcmarkahle event. These Bargains in the Dry Goods Section Ladies' Hose Cashmere, lisle and lace hose in black, tan, white and every popular color of the values up to HOc. On Friday. Misses' Hose Similar lines to the above, only in sizes for misses of from C to 14-years; regulnr values HSc and 40c. On Friday. Per Silks Striped Satins Pure silk taffeta in a complete range of wanted colors, also 5 pairs only of staple satins, suitable for coat linings; regular prices up to S5c. Ribbons at Half Beautiful pure silk ribbons in taffeta and Duchess satin in black, white and all colors. Also a nice assortment of now fancy ribbons, width f. to G 1-2 Ins., regular up to 50c. Linen lluck Towels Pure linen bleached huckaback tow- els, hemmed, ready for use. Splendid value, at 50c pair. On Friday Only. Per Striped Turk Towels Heavy quality striped Turkish towels, size IS x -15. regularly sold at 35c and 40c pair. 1 Ladies1 Neckwear Belts Everything that is new in jabots, sail- or collars, stocks and ladies' summer belts, is included in this assortment, former prices of which were 40c to oOc. Your Dress Goods Bargain Here arc about 100 yds. dress goods in fancy ecrges, cloths and cupolines. all pure wool and 52 inches wide. price tip to. Toe. AII per French Delaines Pure wool French delaines in a choice variety of new patterns, suitable for blousey, and kimonas; regular prices uOc und POc. Per Ladies' Lisle Union Vests Ladies' lisle summer vests and medium weight union vests with long sleeves; just the thing for these cool evenings. C Mercerized Foulards Beautiful nicrccrixed foulards, border effects; perfectly fast in color and" so beautifully finished that it is hard to detect them from pure silk. A( the Candy Counter We are selling for Friday Only your choice of gum drops, ladies' fingers, maple creams, jelly beans, mint drops, On Friday, per i LADIES' KEADV-TO-WEAK DKPT. Has Special Inducements: THESE SNAPS IX MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR Men's and Men's Tweed Caps Neckwear Flntle. Drawers Children's white and flannelette drawers, also a few pairs in ladles' sixes; all dependable quality goods and wore formerly to T.'c. On Corset Covers and Chemise Indies' white cambric cor- set covers and cbeniiaes. trim- med with lace and embroid- ery; also a few black slips; were On Ladies' Corsets Royal Worcester and C. Corsets, mado from best. imported coutil. This is a clean-up of odd lines that, formerly to pair. On Nazareth Waists Corset Waists Children's Xnxaroth waists, in sixes for girls up to S years; also Binall children's corset waists; regular 10 dozen :nnn's and boys' tweed caps, medium wolght for present wear; regular up to 50c. On Men's Hose The greatest snap h> men's hose ever presented for your cashmere and heather mixtures; worth and I'.c. A Snap IN OUR CARPET SECTION Curtain Xets and 'Muslins Colorotl madras muslins, Swiss curtain nets. Hobbinett with lace edging and insertion and many other dainty curtain materials that were formerly 30c to On Some of our best selling lines in men's neckwear, four- in-hands, have been specially selected to KO on sale. On .Boys' BaLince of thin season's stock in boys' galatea and print Idouses. for ages 4 to 7 years; former prises up to Tile. To Lace Curtains Nottingham lace curtains. 2 1-2 yds. lonR, over-stitched, good scalloped edges; just the thing for kitchen or at- tic: former price 50c. Per The above lines are on sale on Friday Only and are strictly cash to all comers, and these goods are not exchangeable.or to he sent on approval China and Class Friday 25c At the Bay h.-ivc j ion (.in ;i laroy full Inn-gains in iliis iiiK'Tnus u> S'1.00: nil I'm- v ;