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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta LETinmrpqB DATLY HERALD Ladles, place your order for your winter Suit grade, artistic work rtoiiu. Orati- uato or .Minneapolis College uf Uressmaklni.', thoroughly uxnur-' k'licod. Jly Hie day only. Miss Thayer 313-5th Ave. S. Phone 11181 Your Credit Is Good iostt'ssc.': .Mrs, Malcolm -Mrs. ,1. Armstrong. Mrs. .1. P. Hctlmon'tl, 318 Tenth St. fashioned' kilch" candy will he sold. Special fca-' Hires include a Santa Clans for cbi- drcn, a handkerchief booth QUORUM Tlllf afternoon's regular llluellug- ,01 {tho City Council failed to Only Mayor Hatch .and Aldunncn Aird and AshcroEt wore on "hand, and at 2.30 the meeting .'wits 'adjourned until tomorrow afternoon at two o'clock. nd afterwards on losdav of. thfl month. th from which Not receiving tomorrow Airs. L. II. Fowler. lirst Wed- tiziim refreshmnts'will be served'. ol West- "in Adams -diloclt; adjoining Hart's Hardware .Westminster road) from 2.M p.in.'until ten in the eve Ihc Missionary Auxiliary minster church held a splendidly at- ing. TliereTwill "lie a fishing pond, tended meeting yesterday altcr'nooiV.icmd.iiia-tlo caTTdrwnd-refreshments; w- Sililey, recently returned .Mr. F. W. Downer expects to leave 'roi" China, gave a graphic and next .Monday It. spend some time in "'IRM.V interesting outline thu M''E; "Hhc Detention Knghind. of the W.M.S. in Christmas u work of the W.M.S. astern China ,to -servt liinncr at lo children AT THE. Alberta Outfitters Pllpne 1735 i 405.6th SL S. (Dominion Block) While waiting for a street car COME UP TO The Brown Betty Tea Room And have a rest and a good cup of tea. FOR THE TEA Cor. 3rd Ave. and Fifth Street iUi.ss l.eltiee Uentley underwent, operation for appendicitis at the Gait yesterday.. ...V-............ llv.-JLtllt V.lllllll. I Mrs. Sihley's little ilaiiRhter, Mary, 'sans a solo in Chinese, which much appreciated. wh? >lould Mrs. '.1. W. .Itolllton and Mrs. W. I' toy have issued invitations 'e enjoy 'a good Christmas dinner. IMvate sub- Ucrlptions arc being-received by .Mrs. The large event of the. neck.is wishes to. meet the e.v- which will be held in-the S. i'ense'entirely through voluntary sub- Hie auspices -of- St.-' M'j-lptions.: .'MrsS Cory has already re. Ftev. A. Cameron lias been a feature. On Wednesday, OE icb was hold by the ladies of St. St. Auguslin's vited to preach anniversary, sermons' On Wednesday, Thursday ami fViJ St. Auguslin's par- at Clarcsholm next .Sunday, when day the bazaar opens -it p m'' a'llj "'e Knox pulpit will he tilled by Ucv. n special, new program each evening lvas The pantry 'la- Mr. McNichol, of Claresliolm. i while afternoon tea will i'c 'i'1''' 'draped in and daily from four to six. !.-..Sreen> hel'' many delicious confec- Mrs. S. Clalbraith welcomed attractions incltule, fancv and lions, and was in charge of Miss uany callers .yesterday afternoon, sopds, pantry table with Christ- sll's- J- D- Ross. )lrs- A. Hall vhcn she was at honre formally for mas' Koods, Christmas tree for. Ml's- the first1 liine this season. The dain- and great art exhibition ol candy table, where dainty tj- viands were passed by Miss were plentiful; was in charge I jof 1IlS6 Miss Dixon and Ilcv. .1. 13. Mui-rel-Wright and: The Hospital Aid Society held DeVeber. ,'hancellor C. F. p. Cbnyb'eare leave splendid meeting at tbe honYe'bi'Jit's'' omnrrow for Calgary ,to. attend a C- F. P. Conybearc, ;.-s- iieeling of the executive corilmtttee ot lerday fourteen mcmlVrs he diocese. The services announced present. i for ibis week in St. Augiistin's'churelv JIrs- A- Southard, the sH-ref.trv-' jWill necessarily be cancelled owing to treasurer, resigned owing to iact the rector's absence. tlmt she expects to be away l Only twenty-three days to Christmas, so it is neces- sary, if you want your gifts to be in time, to purchase them this be in time and come to the Bay We have a beautiful assortment of all kinds of accept- able and serviceable gifts in all departments COOK CAR BRIGADE SAVED ADJOINING PHOPERTY ''Gardston, Dec. wind fire, broke., out.'in ;tbe cook car of tbe telegraph- construction car I Jast night, and gave the town fireman lively hour's work. With tbe ter- .rific wind, the elevators, mills, depot laml a long line of box cars were in 1iVith the pumps on, a strong stream was thrown over the big mill 'with ease. Despite the fact that the C. P. R. will not patronize the town light.or water service, Cardstou fire .fighting facilities saved tbc company many dollars last night. .The fancy work table, adorned In pink and white, was looked after by Mrs. J: F. Mrs. A. A. Smith, id .Mrs. Robert Xitnmons. The .tea room, where tjtiartelte ta- bles were prettily with white was presided over by Mrs. G. I tilt! cily for some linre. Mrs. K. L.; H. Tinuing, Mrs. G. Itobinson JIrs Ine marriage of Mr. Tennyson, a'Naismith and Mrs. F. 11.' Mewburn, Frank Colpman, Mrs. J Hamilton' grandson of tbe late Lord Tennyson, President and vice-president., bodi-W and son of Mrs. Augustine liirrell, to U'0 sonic ago-, so that t'.: Stralhallan and half-sister of Lord Icrday's meeting. Perth, is to. take place next mouth. '''lie officers ejected were Miss Elizabeth Driscoll leaves on I Friday for Edmonton, where she has! taken a position. She will spend the j week-end with her sister, 'Miss J. Driscoll, of Calgary, en route. President heart-. First Pony Mrs. .Salmon a-na Miss -Mrs. J. W. Bawden, Miss Dawson. "Miss Asbton and Miss Atldy were kept j busy, at the tulip bed, to which the I children were especially attracted. Mrs. H. Bentley and Mrs. J. K. Mur- had general charge of the affair. Second Mrs. It .1 i Gordon. Tilley. Buyers Mrs. F. W. Downer" and Mrs. Hhynd Jiunicson. IWVESTIGATING' THE RAILWAY ALLIANCES Mew York, December Federal Grand Jury sworn in here'to-' Mrs. Robert Slc.Vay, of Macleod. for Toronto, where she will i ul.ni visit nutil February. Mrs. McNay i day formally Began an investigation was formerly Miss .McCillivray, of rnr aDpoinled visit- trafflc .agreement between "o'sn n.1 t Hve ,1 New York- Haven and Hart. for TC hris n" Miss Kbssio- Mitchell. )24S Fifth at- tile hospital i.vouue- South, .cnterta.ined .a number Cut Glassware 'A largo assortment, such as .water sets, fern bowls, decanters, bon bon dishes etc unique designs. All Prices V Weal Gifts in Brassware Antique designs in Candle Stinks Um- brella Stands, Jardiniere, Vases, Cigar Trays, etc. Qreat assortment. All-Pi-ices China A splendid variety- ot. gift, 'sufgeiOom small pieces, such as Bon Bon Dishes Hair Receivers. Cream and' Sugar Seta, alia Din- ner, Water and Toilet Sets. Beautiful de- signs. j Useful Presents in Leather Goods 'VWe have Cases; Club variety. of Suit Bags- and (Trunhi Hn great AH Prices ait-Hospital staff. of friends to celebrate her eleventh birthday on Saturday. An enjoyable inte was spent in-games and--music, dainty refreshments were fter wllicl served. The forties Aid of St........... Church will bold a sale ot goods and home-made cooking on Saturday next 1 i Hi. New York, ford Railroad, ami the Grand Trunk Hallway of Canada, witb a view to de- .termiuing whetherit'ra a violation 'of the Sherman anti-tTtist-law.- ASEistai'lt Aitorncy-Cenoral Adkins is conduct- the case for the governmi nt. CARPETS AND RUGS Large variety of small Mats from upwardi. Also large Rugt CARPET SWEEPERS A Bisscll Carpot.SwfjepcL- makes an ide-n.l and useful gifl. Pi-ices upwards, The: Hudson's Bay Stores Wesley manse was tbe scene of a quiet- 'wedding 'at seven o'clock last evening, when Rev. T. P. Perry join- ed 111 marriage Miss Ida May Knaues to Mr. Leo Joseph Doren. both of Webber, Alta. Mr. and Mrs. Doren will reside in Webber. JOY.CK-DELANEY A pretty 'wedding was at St. Patrick's Missioji at sevcn- thirty last evening, when Miss May Delaney, Slaughter.of Mrs. James-De laney, 1010 Second Ave., became tli bride of Mr. William Joyce.. Miss Gertrude sister of tl was bridesmaid, while th groom was supported by Tdr. Perc; Delaney, the'bride's brother'. After the. ceremony, which was per formed by the- Rev. Father Rosen thai, a dainty buffet supper was served at the home of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. .Joyce will take up their residence in the city. Save Work for the Housewife Doa'tstoptheKoodworkwhen the oulsido of your house is pmnted-pnint the floors and lessen the labors of llm house- ife. A Touch, splintery floor IS an a place for jrerms and dirt to impossible to keep clean. is easily applied by the Imuacwifc herself. It sinlcs Into the wood, fills up the cracks, SiScli a lattinff the whole home. The out is returned in tho lonecr li.'c thiipainltrii-esthelioor. A line of colors to Elli: indi.' vidna] tastes. Sold by leadir.i: dealers. Write today for free booU of CLUBS AND SOCIETIES G.F.STEPHENS S-CO, PAIMT AND VARNISH MAKERS The Luther League of St. Paul's First Lutheran church will nrcet at the home of Rev. C. Grant, ISflO Sixth Ave., S., on Thursday evening at S ii.ni. The, Ladies' C'oUa society of St. Paul's First Lutheran church will meet on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Pil Twelfth St., when tlic hostesses will be Mrs. Pil- tartl and Mrs. Wolsey. A social evening will be given the members and honorary memlcrs oE the W. C. T. U. at the home of Mrs M. K. Kaakr, 1210 Third Ave., s., j in Friday evening, Dec. li, instead of Thursday as previously announced. The Otiil.l of'St. Mary's church met vit-h ijlrs. St.. L. Ilipley yesterday af- ternoon and spent the time, vcry'pro- filably in sewing. The date of the bazaar was settled yesterday, hut the ladies are meeting this evening with Jlrs. when lhe: date will be decided upon. j The Westminster Guild Of church held an meeling last evening. The feature of the ev- j eniug was tile address on Socialism 'by Mr- W II. 'Peebles. A reading bylj Mr. Jack liciil atul :i Mr A li S. Jlactlongan were n is a splendid chance to secure your Christmas Gifts at away below cost. WE ARE GOING OUT OF BUSINESS, and EVERY 7th OF DECEMBER. Our entire of CUT GLASS, JEWELRY, etc., at AWAY BELOW COST. There never was and never will be such a chance again to secure appropriate Xmas Gifts at such low prices. Come Early Watches 17 Jewel Waltham or Elgin movement watches in 20-year guaranteed gold cases, regular valtlti to clear at Jewel ;tntced Ilow.trd watches in gold cases es in. 25-year Rings SIGNET RINGS FROM 50c. UP' EMBLEM RINGS; a complete stock of emblem rings from (SO 95 (anil up) Heavy Masonic, OdtlMlow and K. of I1, rings, usual price fl? A going at......'............ iO Brooches Solkl J4 ki. l.Yiii-l liroodio.s regular esldl S5.00 A. splendid Clm'stnius (Jil't I'or a liulv. Much inli'iTsI r-ciurt'K in ilir ssilo wlncli tin; Aid of church v.'ill liolil on 'riiursday com- 'icing at 3 wlifii farcy and Fountain Pens Hnvc .you a fountain pen not get one for Jicrc is your chance to'se- cure one at a low Eeguiav value1 price. for Toilet Sets A fientleman's Four-Piece -Ebony sel. regular to A Hhony t-H'iece Man- Iclirf and Toilet set; regular.' value SL'O.iJO-Clearing at.................. A Tbree-Plecc Silver Toilet set; regular value Clearing at A Three-Piece Silver Toilet Sot; Rcfiular S18.HO; Clearing ai..................... Cut Glass A Cut. (Mass Howl. reKillar ffiM value 57.00, clearing at A Cut Class Bowl, regular value Sli.oo. Clearing A Cut (llass Uowl, regular value, 211.00. clearing H> 4 4 A Cut Glass Almond Dish, regular 55.00; Clearing at Cut Glass Sugar and Cream Set; Regular value fli.OO. "If" Clearing at per pair I O A Cut Glass Pitcher. Regular 'value Crt Clearing it I Gliinaware. Christmas CHINA is something Mint alwny, Gift. Ciown. Derby or. Wedgwood in single also 'half a" dozen cups nnd value. in Clear CROWN DERBY SUGAR AND CREAM; regular value f 12.00. Clearing -yp; V at, per pair 4th Ave. Back of McKoevvn's H'dw Store: Something That is Always Useful! NICKEL ALARM CLOCKS To Clear at each Going Out of Business Sale be emPloyecl as one of the watchmakers for the Raworth Bros., 5th St., S. ;