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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta [I'rida.V, 1'Kwwiilnsr I, THE LETHBRIDCJE DAILY HERALD CDITED IY Offlot PMM-.-1M4. NtlidtRM TH, in life's December, tilt wind" thai strews the ei a voice still "Remem- .Meredith.- ICialt Hospital some, time next iinner, jailer his recent'attack of typhoid lev- Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. .lohn Shariiiiin the Misse fShnrnmn. 'Mrs. .1. G. llobcrlson for jt'iiuc until the New Year. Mr. Pierce will spend guest cil Mrs. ,W. .1. Ambrose, which he will' leave lor1 Kmbcrriy, II. 1.'., to spend- Christmas. of guests were, present and a.... jo.lly owning was spent in tripping the light fantastic to sweet strains ul music discoursed by flasMI's orclws- t'ra. Those ,who'did not .care to danci' enjoyed a game of cards. The reception and entertainment commit- tees, composed ol Mrs. Klton, Mrs. lienry Clalvin, Mrs. C. II. Yo'ing.-Mrs.' I. I'll.' Mrs. W. I1. Hoy. Mrs. Miss Hatch, Dobbin and Mr. I'rice, were, un ilrini; in looking after Ihe 'enjoyment of all. Mrs. I'.lton wore un elaborate gown of tan corded cornl acces- the. sories and Mack -hearer hat with tier I while anil black willow plume. .Mrs. Henry Cialvin was prclty in Sirs. John Hrndii'V handsome new home on Ashmcad St., presented a jbrillilint scone lust "'hen Mrs. Brodie cn.lertaineil for her I daiiKhtcr, Miss Kate. Brodie. Some Mrs. Hamilton, miitrou.at.ibc Y..5I. j twenty-eight of Miss Hrodiels .younj ami her (iitughtor, .Miss Kthcl [fiends enjoyed 'splendid -evening at will leave tomorrow for liancin will IKingslon, Out., u'lierc they 'iutute. Mr. mill Mrs. It. Hiplcy led today IT Angeles, where tlicy_ will linain ipr Ihe wililiT. .'The engagement announced of yliss .Constance I'oolcy, of this city, Ilu Mr. Albert Eckcrslpy, oi Lin- Iiliorpe nuieh, Calgary, Aita. 'Slr.'iind- Mrs; Thomas (juiiiu left l-lhis'moining'for-Ihc easl. Mr. Qlllnn I itad nHiicmg.. An effective combination pink carnations. graceful decoration .to the drawing rooms. Mrs. Broilie was': wearing a hand- some gown of brown "_vblle' inounlcd _ on brown satin Witlr quantities of not dress mounted on pale blue silk, much inserifQ' with lace and smart mink loque. Mrs. C. R. Young wore a graceful gown of rajah silk and 'black velvet I hat with while feather trimming. Mrs. H. Renter was wearing, a striking gown of inauve satin dc chenc, veiled in hand embroidered chif- fon and brown velvet.hat. Mrs. P: Hoy wore 3 novel crea- tion in pale pink orepe lie chene and "Iblack hat with white, feather nan- deau. J Mrs. Laffertv had ilouneil a -pretU Paisley silk gown. Miss Hatch was looking parlicular- .Second H, dray and Mrs. Weeks. Third table-Mrs. (.Wai and Mis: Cowal. Holmes am Mrs. Little. anil violin inusli was rendered.Iry Mins Killammid; Mr Ouri during Ihe evening, while by M C. -Stevenson, supplied music lor tl balance of Ihe tiiiie.-: Ail the( returns are not in as je lint the todies expert, lo clear ahiui sl.vtyrlivc Alroosf women will I; eligible lo vote for president of tli United .Stales in 1912. These womc are found1 In the. six western state.-, which have granted eijiial sllffi Colorado, Id -Washington anil Wyoming. It is possible that before elrctio in -1912 many more stales may gii the women a chance In vote lor III presidential candidate ,vs equal sul frage'.supporters have such slates a Oii'gon, K.insas ,md tt'iseoi: siii maiifed as trembling m HH> ba! ance on the suffrage question lovely lace. Kate HrodfB .worji simple hut pretty frock of white .lingerie- witii clever touches of blur.- -The favors were won by Miss Marcella Liin'erly i and Mr. .lames Hyssop, v A very inviting menu was 'served :it j iind Mrs. 1-where Mr. Qiiinii Iciirisfmas. i goes lo Ottawa, j will join her for j ly well in Copenhagen blue voile white, satin. A menu of choice viands was served at midnight, after which dancing was i resumed. The evening closed with the jiinging of such national airs as "Cohimhia, gem of the. oceani" "America" and "Dickie." Mrs. .lames Oicnielei1 receiving Of the season; vas mai who lirat formal yesterday ai-1 (o visft in St. Paul, Min- "rs W I (ilenuiliir Mrs J. II.'i tBrnoon', was marked .larje_niim-1 ncapojis and Chicago, en roulc to I'lcv Mrs' Yuil and Mrs vi-sitors. who called-between Ontario to spend the wintci j. f ithe hours of four and six. i'k.will-he the patronesses oi me i l.'loral pmk and white carnatjons predominated, brightened tlic ilrawiiis rooms: The attractive hpst-ess .ya's gowned in satin of a fascinating amber shade with crystal bead garniture. Mri. Kred Hick, who'presided lover Hie tea urn, won'-.Jjecoming'greenlsilk. Sirs. Taylor the ices wearing ;1 smartvcream serge, gown. Mrs. .1. B. Turney; who invited lo which will be held in Ihe K. I J'. hall on Monday e.vening, miller the I auspices' of (lie; Tastime club. Evoiyn Burke-and Miss Kelle Jiic-hardson leave tomorrow for Cal- where Miss Hurke will remain. will fO an lo Kil- j has accepted a po- ls.ti.ion. Mr, anil Mrs. -I. Kolaml llefb, Vic- I tpria Mansions, expect-to leave -on Sunday for Chicago, where Ihoy will speml the Christinas season. Tliey I "will, proliably spend the winter in I "_''" .Mrs. fieorjie Gray, who :has he'en a guest of. Raymond, with -Mrs. Viray, oi l.ilburne Villa, 932 Twelfth St., .for Ihe past leave for liome tomorrow. While in the city Mrs. Qray's little daughter was cbris- j by. the Revy I'erry. Mr! of the liflnk of ..Mont- l stalT, .be ahie to leave the. tlic tea room, had, "donned-a charming gown of pale blue.silk and -black wil- low plumed hat. l.itlln Miss Jean', (ilcnistcr, frocked in white mull, was kept busy admit- ting her hiothe'r's guests; -The Conservatory" ITall hovel" look- ed heller than it" did last-evening with its patriotic'decorations of Can- adian'and American-flags'ami gar- lands of red, iwhitc an'd .blue, bunting, llic whole cllcct softened hy the sub- dued glow of Japanese, lanterns. The reason for the. distinctive dc- rorations was i.he cf.jehratiiig by the Cana'dinn-Americnn Cliib of the Am- erican Thanksgiving, 'A'lijrgtn number Mr, and Mrs. Byron Mccarty leave 'I'he marriage was solemnized, at Church Cathedral on Satur- day between Gladys Blanche, second daughter of K. P. Hill, ol Victoria, and granddaughter of Captain-Henry Worsley Hill, R.'N., .and Richard Henry .Simmons, of the lands depart- ment, Victoria, youngest, son of the late R. Ii. Siriunonds, income tax de- partment and grandson ol A Saturday Special Your choice of either of these Electric Irons at each Both Irons are guaranteed for one year This Price is Only For Saturday Stafford- "If you live out of town, write lit." ilie late Captain Robert Simrnonds, R. is'. At Kt- Patrick's, chureh on tUondaj n.orninc; the marriage of Miss Tlier esia .Joseph -Rail) celehratetl by the' Rev. Father Ros Mr. aiid Mrs. Haul will rcsidi in the city. i COOK A w'cdding: was solemnised on Tuesday morning at St. PiUrick't mission by the Rev. Father Uidaulf. Alary De Cook aiid Mr, fohn I'icha were united in marriage. Mr. and Mrs. I'icha Will take tip thsii residence in Noble. Miss (.'liiirlot.ta LouJKa united in marriage to Mr. .Japics Flj'nn nt fiigllt o'clock on nforning at St. Patreick's mission. Tlic ceremony was perforij'ed by. the Rev. Father Koscritlial. Mr. mill Mrs, Flynn will (alfn up residence .in llic cily. FRIDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg Dec, The wheat mar todaj WHS fluctuatin? but close nim December old ay. 'nsw Uecembei May; Open 9S Clos 91) Oil', May Oec-ember....... joo MRJ lu ,75 Winnipeg Marked No. 1 No. 2. Northern N'o. SiNorthorn No. .4 -Northern TS :Vo. 5 Northern..... i-S" .Vo. G Northern 00 feed.... 5? .N'Q...2 -C. W. ..___ 3S Uecemtier May...... Ilily De'cemhej- May July Minneapolis 105% Chicago 101 10B1, 93% 9914 945 A I. nine o'clock yesteniay morning at St.. J'airick'.s- Mission Miss Uria Vonora u'as joiiwd in matrimony to Mr. Silvio Kubaii. Tlic Rev. Father niibull. tied llic niuitinl knot. Mr. Mrs. Rtilian wLH reside in tiic city. Clubs and Societies On at'couht of tlu- congregational tmcctiiig, Knox choir will rchearijc. this 'evening at The Gait Hospilal Aid Kill, meet at (he Y.M.I'.A. tomorrow (.Saturday) afternoon at four-thirty. Tlie Voiing Men's Bible class of H'cstminslcr church will hold their rofiiilai' monthly meeting tonight at o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Gray, Kourtli .St., X. A atti-ndeil the of the Woman's soci- ety of cliureli yesterday after- LIOII and enjoyed interesting Mrs. Redmond gave-an account of Ihe work done in llu; Indian hospi- tals. Mi's. l''ci.l.erly jinil Mrs. Hrandow re- ported on Ihe monthly letters, .show- ing what is lieing done in other coun- tries. The annual supper of church, was held la.sl was a great success in point ol ut- Irndance, exeelli'ilei- of the rhoife menu pluviilnl niul general lime hy Ihe numher present. were lour in rhalg? of Hi.' ladies l''lrsl lalilf Mrs. Alexander and .Mrs. Tiihcrt. PASSENGER TRAFFIC FROM. LETHBRIDGE McNellle Diteu ......Important Ojjlllkioni With Board of Trade H., O. .VIcNellie, general passengs ageiit of; the G. P. .R.. at Calgan', ID the city this ;mqrning and me raenibern of the Boaril of Trade and diaeubseil mutters which had Uken ul) witli'liim' by the board gardW alceplng car reservations the main line for eastboupd paseen lera'froni Lcthbrldge, Mr. promised that be would see that in future tlie Calgary offices give prompt attention to reservations sent from LethbndSB by wire. It Leihbriilge [Mbpje i'lll make Iheir reservations .wo or .three days in advance he guar- that in future 'their needs would'be looked after. Mr: J'lcNellie also pointed out that there is now as looping car attached eastbound train with which 'the afternoon local from Lelhbrldge con- ni'ctu'at Jlodipine lint and passengerB from 'Lothbridge on the afternoon lo- cal' will not now have to wait until t morning. MONTREAL'S COMM_ERCIAL PROGRESS IS -Montreal, Dec. custom's re- collected at the of Mont- -cal 'ipr the ended ,-eslerday nVoiinted to an increase I for the same month last ear. The receipts oi Ihe inland. deiiartmenf for the month r.f November, show an increase of 83 over Ihe receipts lor the cViiondiiiK period oi The to-, till" revenue oi .the ileparlmenl, for the month just past amounted to 352.85, as against for Noyepiber oi last year. '____ MILP OUT THE CENSUS Don't forget to ilgn-up your ceiiBtis forms and see that they are in the hands of the Chie? this week. Make a special nof.c of thig as it is duty of every citizen lo HPC that :hls name is Included In the total which will be an- within a. few days. of the houaeholdcn have, neglected (o sign up their pa- pera. thus occasioning great 'delay In collecting the forms. The Chief is anxious that every peraon in the cl-ty should be counteii wo 'co-Operate With him that the dual may 'place Uthbrldge among the centres having a iKHmlatlon oT over ten thounaml. Thill Is the mark which In aimed al, bin Chief says Him (in will he aalisned wllli twelve Ilibmaiid. Therefore, hi: aurp to have .yourseUj and family .counted, anil if hvtfrlook.Hil, uolffv ihe 4 HUDSON'S BAY CO. OUR WEEK-END BARGAIN SALES and the gen- erous values-then offered are now so well known to the residents of Lethbridgethatweoffer.no further introduction than to submit a detailed list of the spec- ial offerings that will be on sale for Friday and Satur- day of this week r Eight Days Sale of Winter Coats The entire balance of our stock Avillbc ottered; all new this season's -'buying, anil thoroughly styles. ;A11 rcv.ci'sible tweeds, Iifcm'ifgboiic doths, lictilhoi mix- Uih'y litutvy meltons and face in Iliih holcHlion. Coats that were will for coats will sell for Tlie Sale of Coats ami'continues all next jfooH'ti are on sale for Friday ami Sntunlay only. Pure Linen Table Napkins Size 20 x 20, rag. 12.25 Am. Fri. and Sat. doz. Turkish Bath Towels A great snap. 36 X 20 while and colored, per 25c Pure Linen Towles Per pair 40c Grocery Bargains this week show better sav- ings than ever 'Smell's 3 marmalade, reg. 70c for ..55c Clams will be going out, at. per tin--... 10c f alley's Golden Tip Tea. 60c Ib. for......50c Crosse fc Blackwell's Vinegar, reg. 3oc for ..25c Libby's Chipped'Dried Beef, Hoc Jars 'for ,-.25c Bedroom Carpets at Manufacturer's Prices AVe have.purchiised dii'oct fiom tlio liiom.vd line ol ingrain Bedroom Cm nets, in all sizes. These carpets come in and of green and fawn biovn slndea and deep red, and would cost us in the ordlnan Urmoie than the prices me ottering them at for Friday and Saturday'selling.- get theseknoun we offer a special inducement foi Friday and Saturday, only, ft.0 in. x 7 0 ft. 0 in. ft. 0 in. H. 10 fl. flurry in Ladies' lilaok Taf- fetinc Underskirts 'at I Thine-are'-well made ind come in the, noJHllai medium width; have a deep jhirred and lUf ..fled'flounce finished at bottom, with dust frill In the regular way thesq skirts would be counted- good Value at J1.50, but on Triday and Saturday the; will be offeied at a bargain 75e Children's and Misses' Waists will be cleared at are In suitable rfor little ones of 5 to 8 ymn, other suitable for girlu up to 14 years of of these 65c. Prldaj ana Saturday to clear 3Se Boy's Caps will find Ready Buyers at 50c Friday and Saturday we are offering several rang- es of- these caps in a good variety of tweeds and -other -cloth, this season's stock and regular 75c and 85e line's, for More About Our Gift Certificate And a few reasons why it, has jumped right into the front rank of public favor as the most pop- ular form of Christmas Greeting 1CAUSE as a Greeting Card artistic ap- pearance compares favorably with the very best private Greeting Cards. Then when you wish your greetings to Jake a more substantial form, you simply get the coupon, lo whatever amount you wish to spend, send this on to your friends in any of the fifteen cities covered by our extensive chain of stores, and they can select your gift in the form that would be most acceptable to them. _ Cost and safety of transit are two most important points to be considered when giving presents to friends at a distance. The Hudson's Bay Gift Certificate entirely eliminates both, the tremendous saving is obuious, especially at a season when par- cel traffic is necessarily conjested and your presents might ar- rive too late or not at all. If you send your presents through the medium of the Gift Certificate the full value goes into the present, not into packing andexpress charges. Hudson's Bay Gift Certificates can be made out to any of the following fifteen cities: CALGARY, EDMONTON; FT. WILLJAM, VANCOUVER. KAMLOOPS, KENORA, MACLEOD, LETHBRIDGC, NELSON, WINNIPEG, :YORKTON, VERNON. PINCHER CREEK, PTG. LA PRAIRIE. QU'APPELLE, RUSSIAN POPS ARE MARCHING ON TEHERAN St. consc- ience, of the rejection liy tin1 I'er- natiouiil council oi Ihe Itussian ads, Klls.sin has onlereil Hie lius- open SiiS ting of A secret, sit- nemliiirs was practically un- mean aiiainsl coiiiplliince. A li-le- thai Sir lidwanl-Circy liad hceii jmi.siniormrd anil assert? c'cl Uiai Uussian iiijusUcc liad been 'intolcriihlc. They 'thought-, that re- isistiuice oil Hie part of 'the Persian tfnvci-iiinnit to dcinaiui vonld awaliPii foreurii al iention and load to an impartial pliant'K on the otlicr liand would b'c ;is abject 'cowardice ami Ifs advance lo 'elieran, Persian, Ihe .National Co' lire. from ihe llrilish foreign 'minis-, itrvjle'.i al j ler, Sir Hdwitid (liey, was prestnltrd i Uulan, llSjtu Ihe assembly' ilurlng its silling. Cusliiiin sea dispidch urged and adviseil com- lliftlice witii Russian den.'.uiils bin joi Ihe members pointed mil Kng- iili. the re-jljind's ailviei- had1 -previously only led was o'fi-st in to Persian humiUaUoii. .They nalioiia! Kiiiciilti. that it was impossible, for Persia ever sign awliy lift own independence. .-It H'nssia. shnnlfl awny "fronr li'cr. Ihal would bo CinilV ;