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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta December 2, 10.12 THE I.Y HER AMI I CLARKE CO. Phone 453 The LADIES' STORE Acadia Blk. Christmas Shopping is Under Way people are doirio- ihoir Xmiis tho rush lie-ins and when best selections are Io be .bail. -You will o-really benefit by following their exH ample. Make out your.' list it hero tomorrow and later thankful" (hat yoiuicted'oil this suggestion. We are ready to solve each of your gift problems with satisfaction and economy This, store-has become a veritable vromleiilaud of .beautiful g-jft things .for folk oi' all ages. displays this year surpass anything' we even attempted department iii tins store bears evidence, oi' our thorough preparatioas to make this the best place in which to do your holiday shopping. EDITED BY PHONES Office 1224 KM. 1115 was sung anil suns in vain; slurp. There was -never a noble thuuRhl, but through endless years it lives Ynd never a blacksmith's blow, but an endless use it Rives. G'lrlslnias Handkerchiefs .IN WONDERFUL VARIETY I .Daintily embroidered handkerchiefs white or colored borders, 2 Pure linen hand embroidered handkerchiefs .Spechil.......... iJt; Pure linen Amriswyl hand embroidered UM handlterchiefs. beatules at 3 for..... Other special values at 45c, 50c, 60c, 75c, and 52.50. Linen Centre Pieces WITH HAND MADE LACE OR HAND EMBROI- DERY WORK Hand. Embroidered Centre-Pieces. Various sixes, to........... Centre-Pieces, with edgings hand-made luec, to.................... Doilies .and Centre-Pieces trimmed with Baby Irish Lace 20c. io............ Sideboard and Tray Cloths, Dresser Covers and shams m big selection. Fresh Christmas Slocks Especially chosen to meet the lieeds of Holiday Shoppers; dcjnoiistratiiig .tho. very- latest ideas and best 'obtainable "values in NEW STOCK OF ROBESPIERRE COLLARS. NEW JABOTS, BOWS, LACE COLLARS AND FOREIGN BANDS VELVET' BEADED AND SILVER HAND -NEW CHIFFON SILk AND CHIFFON- SCARFS -.NEW WORK APRONS IN.A BEAUTIFUL RANGE DESIGNS AND- EiV''aF10IDERED HOSIERY AND AND COMPLETELY EQUIPPED ART DEPARTMENT. I'hiir'e was never'a child's lull laugh, or 'a woman's' cheerful word, no wasted toil If cold December gave you birth, The month of snow and ice anil mirth, )lacci on yoii.r han'd a turquoise blue, Success crown what'er you do. I'rayer meeting will bo held in West- minster church on Thursday evening of this instead of Wednesday. liev. A. G. Cameron will deliver an that it still holds true eight o'clock, under-the auspices o Jrom U.e skies to the bun-i Westminster ouild 'hat., there is no love and Divine service will be held in St. Augustin's church each Wednesday ev- ening during (ile Advent season at 8 o clock, and Holy Communion will be celebrated each Thursday morning at 7 o clock; The motherhood-of St.i Andrew will meet after the Wednes-' day evening services instead Mon- day evenings as usual. Baby Linen Display loslesscs tomorrow Mrs. C. R. Young. lSl- Monica's Ciuild of St.. Augns- Mrs Harold B. (.row, 802 Seventh tin's church are holding their annual J.t., S., far the first time since'com- sale tomorrow aflcrnoon special ha- ng from j lures being the pantry cable and at- tea room, which will ho open Mr .'Arthur. .Smith, who was. Ulrs. three to six. A large attendance Ncalc s. guest [or some time is anticipated, list, has' gone lo'Knjnonton. .The Ladies'. Aid of Wesley church Mr. lewis; left on Saturday will meet on Wednesday aiternoon, afternoon for Winnipeg OI, account, of when all the members arc to' the illness of hisafather. be present, as much wort remains to' :-j- he complete! for 'Thursday's sale! Mrs.; A: Medicine Hat. Those having work out are renuestai1 is the -.guest oi. her parents, Mr. ana to bring It in a't Wednesday's meet- lUrs. ing; ladies-of St. "Patrick's church' freight agciil, ,qf .-the IM'.R., will- be'anon their big bazaar in the SOF a.-guesl-at .the.Shrmers' ball in Cal- hail-tomorrow cvcniii" with an ovs- gno'r.tomorrow, evening. ter supper, when Mayor Match will V Ifomrally open the proceedings. The Mrs. George, of Midi-oil, who has sale lasts until Saturday afternoon been a guest, with Mrs. T. E. a different entertainment each returned hpnio on Saturday. ...evening. A ii sorts of special features being- iiftroduceil-and the affair -Mrs. Mckillop is expected home will undoubtedly, be a hucc success from a visit in Edmonton at the end of the week. j' Statncr's, "The 'Daughter of .lair- !us." which., was, beatlti'fiilly rendered airs. u. hibley, the returned hy knox choir at the third of the missionary from China, who deliver- series'of monthly musical services cd addresses in Westminster church last evening, proved an inspiration of yesterday, is-a. guest Kcv.'Jos- adoration and praise. The-hole was "Ph-aild i- -noie was Mysterious Murder Near Antwerp Causes Much Speculation senls. n.sportsman, and another whose name is unknown. The party apparently u-ent Brecht, -where .M. Vergents -has a shooting. Mere, dispensing, it is stu- ed. with the services of the game- to man found roughly buried in the wood. M. I'rovo bad gunshot wounds in the head and face. Confronted with the dead body M. Vergents l.TOtested his innocence. Mere the matter stand. Provo, murdered merchant .........i, seen alive on September M, when the gamekeep In of the statements of licln lliost artistically rendered thc-duct ''Behold' there comcth unto -Jesus" Lumbard and llr. -FlEiniiiB the ?olo, "My: hope is in the Bverlast- which showed Mr. MacGougaii's fine, voice to splendid advantage and -duet, Ijjvc' ,md Mrs. and lit- Miss Lumbard and. Mr lie daughter, ior Vancpu- MacOougan being ver tomorrow morning. They will evcculed features. iss fidiFlIatctr left this morning or Spokane.- MIES; .Match" will ho away 'about and will al- so visit in Helena' nVfore her return. Everything New in Infant's Wear IBROIDERED ROBES in muslin ombioldc nd Insertion, Piices from 25 to Infant's Gowns from 50c Up ANNEL BARRACOTES, all with shaped ,lnds _ _ Embroidered Barracotes 75c -----BAR.HACOTES, embroidered suilloped edfees and floral design silk .29 Hand Knitted Wool Jackets HAND KNITTED WOOL JACKETS 65 cents to Infant's Bootees, Gaiters, Mitts, etc., From 25c Up INFANTS CLOAKS with large 01 small Capes made from all wool cream c ishmere price 26 to Cloaks 54.50 Infant's White Wool Shawls INFANTS WHITE WOOL SHAWLS J1.00 .to I A look at our complete and splendid' Assortment of Infant's Wear will repay you HUDSON'S BAY CO. particularly, well; Jam! Reward of taking _air. Allen, secretary, of the M.S.C. tcxt. "Fear not, only believe.'1 who delivered stirrinir addresses tirring addresses The church was, taxed to its he Anglican ehiirchrs yesterday, showing tint the musical guest with Mr, c. u tivals are most attractive (o el urd. goers, gcnprnlly. 8- ru ,1, rlsci i if one 1'f ca-1 To lee" an'! Se" Bowman while in the city. Invitations are being issued by Mrs navies for the marriage of her daughter, Olive May, to .Mr. Archi- Of Interest to Women LU ..MI. Aicni- J'l'lnce Paul laid -Mtiir Moc, which will be cele-'staying in Venice last Wheu Prince Pan! of. Servia irnteil on December 16th. September he jmet Olid Ml head over ears in love i with Lady Diana Manners, the Duke St. Thomas, Out., where the; lake an extended stay. Mrs. n. If. Way has returned three months' visit to Kasfc nd other Saskatchewan points -as accompanied home hy Mr. onald, who is her guest for a ays ca route to Vancouver. U "B tte ema antl tlle only 'child Mr.''and Mrs. Hrniamin Carter ''is "fe SL Pete onic- from l.ethbriiige, Canada to fatuatlon for Lad.v Dia Pend tn-i> or thrpR wr-pU ii. WQS frowned unon by pcnd t and airs. at present. Meanwhile the police are or three ___ K.lmnnd Carter at j of Prince Arscne Kara-Georgevltch, i Whose wife, Princess Demidoff de San irom Do-nato, a Russian, died in hav- itoon jnB bj, hor ,lllfna'nd h) M whe" was three years old. Paul inherited his mother's fortune j and being intended.for the husband' of a. Russian grand duchess, having lived I all his life In St. Petersburg, his in- iana Manners ,ipon bj- his fatiier. jr Prince Paul is 19 years old, handsome, 18 years old, is a model of blond grace irvitin in u s urst visit io the Tnii- inouei oi uiond grace rj.ns, to trace the tlurd man of the ort States, is enjoying a tour beiult-v' They plishted their troth Ellcotllig party. II. Vergents is ot the Jlissoula shoiis.-The Daily "gardless of all jmrental authoTity Cd In M n___ ami family on the afternobn that the diamond merchant disappeared, and t is also alleged that later iii the iame day hu died to sell a collection of diamonds belonging to the mevch- int. warm wafer and Baby's Own Soap. The warm water opens the pores of the skin and the minute particle, of pure refined vegetable oils which form the creamy, fragrant lather of Baby's Own Soap are absorbed into the skin, keeping it soft, healthy, and preventing cracks and chaps. A perfect rinsing smart rubbing when drying guarantees a fine smooth skin in any weather lest lop mada's Standard toilet and nursery soap for over 30 yea! ALBERT SOAPS. UMITEDL MONTREAX, CLUBS AND SOCIETIES er the Duke of Rutland nor the duch- LIEUT. WEGENER The talented corresponden; of the Auo. Irian Rciohpost, who has given some of ihe most dr.imatic description. Of tho Bslksn' war The A. V. P. 'A. of. St.'Cyprian's church will hold a devotional tonight. The Mission Hand oi Wesley church will inert at on Wednesday after- noon. Mrs. T. I', ivrry will address the IVesley ICpworth on a mission- ary topic this evening. 1 The monthly mei-tiiig of thi> men's Missii.nary society oi Mios church will br held On Wednes- day, evening at S p.m.' i On meeting Ladies' Aid society of j Knox church will bo hcl.l. While waiting for a street car COMS Up TO The Brown Betty Tea Room And have a rest and a good cup of tea. FOR THE TEA Cor. 3rd Ave. .-.nd Fifth Street The King and Queen have now de cided to spend Ghris'tnias at York cot. tnge, and not at Windsor haUng been influenced in this .decision hy the fact that Queen Alexandra will ringham, and the King and Queen de- sire to be near her at .that, season. There' will be no special party qt York cottage during, the holidas's. but It honed the health of the princess royal will be sulliciently improved to enable' her to spend Christmas in this eonn fry. Should this be so, her royal high ness and her daughters will stop with Queen Alexandra at Sandrmgham. The King will attend one or two of. the meets of the West Norfolk hounds md it is probable that the Prince of Wales will then follow the hounds for the first time. Early in the new year the court, is to he transferred to Wind- sor, where two largo ponies are to be entertained for the finish of the shoot-! ing season. The court season in Lou- den will begin the early cart of Feb- ruary, and two courts will be held at; Buckingham palace during that month. he the best fhe use of the Mords "not ordinary investigation" and the fitt tint the minister oi la hot m ippointmg the board said that it was to haio "certain limited, poy ers pf nnestigition" points strongh to the'fact that the miestigation is atlogethct out of the ordmarj An original navy serge dress SIG CHANCE OF AGREEMENT BE- ING REACHED WITHOUT BOARD OF ARBITRA- TION Ottawa, I.-There is consider- able hope that the dispute between the C.l'.K. and the Urothcrhood 0( Haihvay Workers will be settled I without a formal .investigation by tho i board of concilintion appointed by the minister of labor.' Under the indus- trial disputes act, the lirst duty of i the.board hefoie settling Jown to real investigation, is io endeavor to bring, ihe. two parties in. the disRllte tojclh-i cr. With this object in view, "the1 hoard Judge. Mcrtibbon, chairman ;j Mn..J. Macdpnald j lilival, have hit for Momrcal, severalj of the h-adini; otlicials uninii! arc making ihe journey. A hisli ollicial in the that did (oi retire an inch finni tl.c posilion theyij hail taken up he believed that thcr' i was very reas.iu io brlfi'Vc that I he board would he successful in hunging ihe toselhcr. He said that as Iliiswas "not an or- dinarv iiltKiliL-aliiin" swh a SIR EDWARD CLOU8TON President nf. the Bank of who diad.-reontly- CHRISTMAS GROCERIES AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES- i ONIONS 5 pounds for.............. CORN STARCH, 3 Ibs. for........ LAUNDRY Starch package LYLE'S SYRUP per can OTTER BRAND SAL WON, can CORN BEEF, Two for.......... ROAST BEEF 25c ,25c- lOc 20c 20c 45c HSC Special 20 Ibs. SUGAR f1 for........ I. BEST ONTARIO CHEESE, Ib. I... APPLES, PER BOX 20c Westminster Store NEAR ELLISON MILLS PHONE 364 ;