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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlmi'.silay December -1, THE HERALD Page 9 Sale of HAND PAINTED CHINA FRIDAY AFTERNOON FROM 2 TO 6 Too of Mrs. J. II. Cheney and ou at her residence. 1221-5th Ave. S. This assortment will make most acceptable Christmas Gifts MILADI EDITED -IKO- 1U4 R.I. tilt No mau has a prosperity so high or so firm but that two or tbrte _words can dishearten him, acd tlMc iVfcO calamity wbicli right words will sot begin to Not receiving tomorrow >Irs: J. D. lliginbothaiu.-: Mrs. (i. W. Allisonl nor again un- til after Yssrs. Mrs. II. W. C'hurcU, Seventh Ave. A. S., ivilj'receive on Saturday aiternoou for the first time this sea- son. Mr, Mrs. I.. A. Velger iting the latter's, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kddy, o! Kargo, X.' D. Mr. Paul I-'day lelt yesterday niorn- ing on an' extended visit with his parents at X. U. sett, Olive Diser. Hinds, Jacques, and Donald. A very large number called yester- day durifg the late afternoon, when Mrs. A. C. Sauuders was formally at at Uichmond roses in prolu- sion pertmed the drawing room wLere the liostsss was assisted in re- ty Mrs. Kaunders arid Miss ol California. _ Mrs. .McKillop invited to Vlie tea room, uhere Jlrs. L. O. Ue Veber fourcd lea at the prettily appointed table with its color scheme, in. crici-. son green. Tb: viar.ds were served by Mrs. Kinney and Miss (lib- hons and Mif-s Margaret McKillop was iloor attendant. A quiet" wedding was celebrated- by .tl.e Itev. II. Cobbledkt at Wcs- fry parsonage last evening, Wl'ipn Miss I Annie Hopkins Niven, ol the'Htntley became the bride ol-Mr. FOUND GUILTY OF HUNTING OUT OF SEASON AND SUNDAY FINE IMPOSED Two Ciilnamen, Ling Huen and Mah Ling, were fined and costs each this morning at the barracks, for hunting out of season and Sunday; Tbc -information which led to tlieir apprehension, came from Leo C. and Mrs. J. W. Hoyt. ul New Hruns-' after ,te Mnmimf wlc f, f .t elaborate wedding supprr was serreii Anv members ot'tlic Assembly club bj: who have not secured their tickets mtmatr glil frwcds, the season's get bemj; exceedingly the dance tonight; Jlasler Hejlnald' MeArllmr. who has'been at the hospital, where he recently underwent an oper- suulcieptly recovered io return home today. The wedding-ol Randolph IlrLice, of pretty. Mr. and -Mrs. will make their home in the city. CLUES AND The Flower Guild will visit the Gait hospital as usual at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Sage, a trapper. had noticed U'inilermerc, D. C., to Lady Eliza- Ihat several of his Iraps near he.th Northcote, llie second daughter Wesley Ladies' Aid liave decided'to Siding had licen tampered with. Lat- o' 'he Ear! ol Iddesleigb, will their bazaar on Tuesday, Dec thirty, traps had been stolen, I Placc'jn January. instead of Wednesday the-10th with their catches, which were nostly muskrats. On Sunday last. Sage visited Mr. and 5lrs. T. W. Kaiton and the aauEnter, leave for England akes where some of bis traps were Saturday. They will be accom- The Guild Of St, Mary's church wil iet. He 'discovered Ihe two Celes-1 F'n'ed by Mrs. Barton's parents, Mr.- meet al three o'clock tomorrow al ials near the carrying ajand T- Smitn. o' Magratii, (or-- ternoon in the parish hall, to .mats He inspected Iheir merly of this city and will be abroad-, final.- arrangements for their 'bazaar as previously announced. The bazaar be -p-lterDoon and evening. md found that those o! Mali Ling siv months. _ 'to tracks wliicb he had .oticed.'around tie'., traps, when .the j.-Thc ;Letlibridee..rMnis ..club 'eft was discovered. .Si dances: The dates an-: no doubt prove exceedingly popular.- lie, the Chinamen were to he risoned for-one month. The ngrtook place before. Inspector Lind- ey. J. P. In view ol the, fact -that the Leth- irifige Amateur Operatic ireient .San Toy at. -tfcc. Majestic the ast three nights of next- Veek, it? no douht .oe. interestlngvto know Bingham, Utah, Dec. 4. The nudging of the Utah J-pex in which ajph Lopez, slayer of six men, took just arwcck ago, continued to- ay with the likelihood that not unr I two o'clock would the fires be al- weJ to- die down. The belief grew today that the :rado had escaped from the mine, hich was meant to Ic his tomb. Ids narrowed from 20 to i to even pney that he had not succumbed to e poisonous gases that have been th? thirty miles of sub- rranean workinss since Monday. The pursuit ofI'Lnpez began Novem- r 21, after he, hid killed a fellow untrymanl The chiel of police and ur deputies, have: since fallen belore deadly aim. Medicine Hat, Alti., Dee. it the top of a pole mak- ng repalri Io the city electric :r line, Wllllim Cinhiir, el- ctriclari in .the employ of the. wac electrocuted, and the horribly burned before :tlng rtlejtcd. He lejvee i wld- w and three children. on Dec. 3tb. It is hoped that al the members will make a special iff fort to attend. i. Shoe for Special deml.gl.ze- leather. full- fitting shoes lor girls cut wiUi 1% Inch lieeisand medjum high toe, with' snappy swing, welled soles, sizes 2V4 to Hegular Per' pair Children's Comfy House Slippers fine: feft Slippers, In soft tan shades in plaid and check, Combination felt and leather soles, neat' de- corated pom-pom on toe. All sizes, per pair Stylish Bluchers for Girls Uox Calf Bluchers, for girls. In smart style for street or M-ear: Good wearing qualities. Sizes 11 to 2 (1.75 Sizes 8 to Slret 5 1o o QC 30 From the Tea Room PIE, BREAD AND BUTTER, TEA OR COFFEE 1'......... C3C VEGETAELE PUREE, BREAD AND BUTTER, TEA 20c 25c OR COFFEE BANANA SALAD, BREAD AND BUTTER, TEA OR COFFEE CRANBERRY PIE, 4 TEA OR COFFEE... I UC CREAM PIE, TEA 4 rt_ OP COFFEE I UC Men's Working Boot Special The best working boot lor men on the market, nlack and chocolate colors.- Solid leather chrome willow calf, Eolld leather soles and heels. Sizes C to II. Heg-ftyl -JQ ular V.OP for...... Ladies'Patent Leather Boots Bluchcr styles in patent lea- ther footu-ear for ladies, dul! kid' uppers aad plain' medium width toe, a dressy shoe for smart ivear. Sizes to G. fr4 Per pair I v9 Fashionable Overcoats for Men' Smartly Tailored Over- coats In Imported Scotch tweeds in mlied effects and plain Mel- tona and BAYSTORES t SUMLY Toronto. George Valih, editor ol the Ixinilon Statist, came into the city today, and address- ed tho Canadian dub on Iho financial pullook In Canada. Asked this morn- tag-'for his opinion on the financial situation here, he.replied that he.was extremely .-go, for-the dis- tant'future, and (or tho Im- mediate future. he said, n wculd advlie CSTiaila to go very wly IB financial millers for ytkr TWIN CITIES CHANGE SYSTEM OF OPERATION Kori Wtlifam, OnL, Dec., though the Joint street rail way board wllf not hand over the msnasement of tiit Inter-city street rallwiiy until the expiration of that body's present term of office, Jtnucry 1, the railway loday became two distinct Fort WilHam taking over Hi half of the line this morning. Fort William purchased its half of thi Inler-clty lino five ago, since when It had been managed by Joint board. Under cities were not to aaturrie Individual roan- egemcnt. until December. 1, 1913. Cars run through' as form- erly, but conductors .exchange ticket boxes the between'the. cltlea, Kdrr.onton, Alia., Dee., Amy II. Kcane, author and poet and editor and publisher 6f Journal In Edmonton, appeared 'In the supreme court of Alberta here In the rolo of a barrister-to deny her liability tor alleged to {02S, Incurred In Ihe" building of. jn. the southern part pf.lhd .city. Two klng'e counsels appeared for'the five plaintiffs. Sirs. displayed more than i ordinary sa a U was evident that her knowledge of court' precedu'rc meagre. Ona o! the plafnttffs 'as subjected to a gruelling cross- examinatjon. llo appeared greatly relieved when .Mr. Justice Beck, 'who presided, advised Mrs. Keano ncit to isk Ihe1 witness any fflore questfons, but to Kvnll'hersclf of the .opportun- ity of. giving leslimony on own. behalf. The woman., accepted'Oii Judge's advice and made- a fairly strong case. The hearing occupied the entire day.'ader which'the court: took the case under advisement. :F0UND DEAD IN tODGINOS '-Medlrlnc Hal. Alia'., Dec.. unknown Russian Pole, thirty- iivo years of was found dead_ ifi4 a room whero he had secured, a ntghl's fodglngs. He had worl- InJ n au extra ;