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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Dwcmlicr Tin? LKTHBRIDGB DAILY U Boys! Do You Get Good ies vo house? If yon like them sisk your mother if you may gel soiVie of our mince meat and if she does her duly yon will have one of the hcst pies YOU ever ale. Also tell your mother that yon are all-miss- ing' something good if von do not gel our polled meats and sausage ol different kinds. i Westminster Market-Phone 1055 3iO 13th Street North (lumilit anil Mrs. the r.'fi is its1 own groat loveliness way, i talfes new lustre from the touch of lime ov.'fi no December and no it lull's its blossoms into winter's Mood. Mrs. W. -I. Ambrose will not re- ive on Monday iiilcrnoon. have hrt'n issuer! for Urn isembly Club dances. Mr. and Mrs. live bee lu-V riei McN'ullj', Scarth, I'uwm1, 1 hu- DulT, Ncwcpmbey Wedd, Lunsden, Mlghihollmin, Fisher, Street, Lawson, Ilrooks, Hoss, 'Dawtion, Heady, Christie and Henderson. Mi'M. Thomnjiorf J of New York, was the riilKon otre-'bt a bright tea, given by Mrs. C.. K. yester. day aftoniooti. A delightful harmony prevailed in llio drawing rooms, whure scarlet and while carnations blended with the pretty furnishings.. The attractive hos'Cess was wearing a chic 'gown elaborated with siili trimir.iugs. Alrsi Thompbun, tlu- honor guest, was diiirtningly gowned in silk j voile willi lots of lovely white law. j The dining room attractive I with iis smartly appointed table, j wherv a huge shower of rose carna- tions formed the centre adornment. Mrs. Ball and. Mrs. K. A. scared ilic honors of pouring tea and cutting the Mrs. Hall looked decidedly well in [a gown of Paisley silk in grey tonesj j with blue velvet adornment and large I black and while velvet bat with Mrs. 81mrm.an had donned a deli- cate toilette of violet broadcloth and while picture luit hearing plumes. Miss Helen Calvin, who passed the tea hour 'trifles, was girlishly win- some in peach chiffon and black beav- er hat garlanded with -pink roses. Little Miss Kathleen Hall made a dear little door attendant in her. dainty while lingerie frock with blue ribbons. Mrs. iMcLachlan and tlie Misses notince the engagement of thislr Bistar, MeLachljm were homo to a large Miss Grace MeLcod to Mr. K. W. number of callers yesterday afternoon, manager of Urn Union on -tbo occasion of their first formal j Bank at ttow Island. The marriage since coining to Calgary to will take place in reside. The drawing room was enhanced with yellow chrysanthemums and tlie ri Miw IHmilton jlea table appointments were developed .A M UainiUon.i )jnk carnations in ,tan VR_ who been connected with the M.C.A. ever since the opening Of th-at, MfS aicTJaclllaii .waa Bearing' a institution, were cadi presented with nandsome gbwn of white satin, with an appropriate gift'last; evening, stripes of of rich Spanish L net. Miss .McLaehilaii was gowned in rose" and cream sheer wool gown with wide bands of rose CARPETS at THE BAY FASHIONS IN CARPETS and interior decorations are ever changing; but a short time ago and the tendency was to get as much pattern as possible on the wall while the carpets were in plain colors with perhaps a border of a slightly deeper tone. Now. however; (he reverse is ihe rule generally followed and while Ihe walls sirs principally (rented in plain colors'the'popular style" o I' floor (tovering.s a re in the rich Persian designs and to sucliiti degree of perfection have those masterpieces heen copied that it is difficult to detect them from theii1 originals. I Mrs. Hamilton the dormitory residents of the Mrs. .John T. .Uiirns of prior to their departure this after- I.iithliridgii, who have been guests at; noon for their future liome in Kings- the E. L. Richardson homu for a few ton. days, returned to Lutlihridgo this Mrs. Hamilton daughter News-Telegram. have been mo-si faithful in .the. per- foui.anec of their duties at the .Y., Uyas, of Toronto, who has; and their servicos were much appre- been a house guest with her .sister, related by the residents of the build- Mrs. A. C'. D. Mlaiirhard, :1 Strnlh-i'ijig. cona (.'ouri, will leave on Mnnday for. alifoniin lo the winter. '5 Strathcona Court, the' home i of Mrs. A.. C. D. -nianehard, was Lady Mac'kunzie, aecompanied by'thronged during the closing hours of jber daughter, Uiss Kihcl Maclenxic, yesterday afternoon, w'hen the hostess sailed for France on a brirf visit received formallv for the first time LethbridgG. where they lo hpr lllc c'ountess spending a fmv Uaysi-Cal- satin and baby Jrish lace garniture. Miss Irene McLachlon was in blue and white dim mil si cream Ince inseiled. Jifiss Mildred Greene, who la ;th-e tea room was in a be- jdle. Mas-tor Val Cope'a'rinlittetl tlie guests at. the Herald. On Wednesdiiy afternoon at arc also sloekino' the yard, to match these rugs, which can be -inntle up to nny re- quired Size for- .odd shaped rooms....... considered ,Wo Jiave just taken delivery of a number of these rug's iu Heavy Axminstcr. The coloring's are cx- good and the desio'its arc true copies of: the old 1'er.Man. Carpets. When the quality and rich design.' of'tlies'e rugs arc Iliey come as a revelation in carpet values. ft. 0 JH! x (5 ft, U in. II. x 9 ft, 9 tt. x 10 ft. in. fg20.00 Carpel; by the yard to match yard' Our stock of 'Linoleums and FJoorc-'ofhs, shows designs, quality and values that place us beyond competition. INLAID square yard SPECIAL HAND PRINTED printed and thoreuahly matured, per