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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'rhliiiv, TTTK LKTHBKTDOE DAILY-HERALD U MILADI EDITED BY "INO" PHONES OHlct 1224 Rei. 1I1S linrry Beouy IB Buonding sliorl time In Prince Albert. Ola Ciivauah leaves for her Isomti In 1'oterboro oh Monday, Mr. anil Mrs. R. Sliaw liiivo gono to Vincouvetv where they expect to locHte permanently. Mr. Arthur Smith will return, from lOdmonton this evening, and will spend a slioit time with Mrs. T. 10. en east. v Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Kelson and son, .Taek. leave tomorrow for England, where they 'wlll! spend Christmas and most of Mia H. N. Hlglnbotham. Is In Cal- where she is attending a meeting'of the diocesan board of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Anglican Church. Mrs. Hlglnbotham is a mem- ber of the board. Mrs. B. T. Whitney, of now Island, has gone east, and will sail on the Rmpreii of Britain on December 13 to spend gome time abroad. Before sailing she will vlilt Thompson Whit- ney, who is attending Trinity College, Pott Hope, and will also spend a bhoit tirao with her sister in Montre- al Mrs.- Gosnell entertained in honor of her daughter, Mies Eileen Gosnell. Tho tea table, centred by yellow chry- {sati thorn urns, wag presided over by J P. Brooks and Mrs. Cochrane, :and later Mrs. J. Robinson and Mrs. J. f Gordon. Mrs. May and Mrs. Ander- son (Ixjth'bTlrigej cut the ipeg Free Press. I Mis A. A..Smith and Mrs. A. Hall, Jhvho were receiving yesterday after- at. the home of the. former, 'were ijltept very busy welcoming the many Visitors, who called during the late afternoon. 1 The pretty home was adorned with fpotted plants in bloom. J Mrs. Smith was wearing an om- zbrotdered lingerie gown, while Mrs. fHall wore a chic costume-of green jffrtnped challie, with lace insertings. The Misses Dixon, of London, JSng., [received with the hostesses. I Miss Dixon wore a smart [fawn' silk poplin, 'with elaboration of -SJeisian trimming, while Miss A, Dixon jliad donned a fascinating model of jfcale. .blue silk poplin mounted over of tho same shade. Mrs. Thomas Taylor has been op-' convenor of the provincial. plan oi work committee of the >l I for and Mrs. W. H. Coni- bear has received notice that she has been appointed provincial superintcml- !ent of the flower, fruit and delicacy Airs. C. G. K. Noursc entertained intonnally at the tea hour yesterday in courtesy to Mrs. William T. Pal-j ton of Coutts. Only a few of Mrs.' Fatten s most intimate friends were Lddeu cry successful was the whist drive, 1 under the auspices ot the Daugh- and Maids of England in the K. tof P hall last evening. Tuentji tables were in play, the prt. bHng won by Mrs. Graham, Mrs.! antl Mr. Holbcrton, while, :hc consolation went to Mrs. Bent, j TKe society intends giving a number of other whist drives after New Year s CLUBS AND SOCIETIES s One hundred and sixty dollars over and above expenses was the splendid lealized by the Ladles' Aid of church at their bazaar yeater, m VTiIle all the ladies worked h ird too much cannot he said in ITiise of the president, Mrs. J. Liv- ingston to whose indefatigable ef- forts BO much of the magnificent suc- cess ot the affair is undoubtedly due. Ladles' Aid met yesterday af- ternocti, when a nominating commit- tee composed of Mrs. J. .B. Murray, Mr- T P. KirkMm and Mrs. C. F. Smith was appointed to nominate of- ficers for the-' ensuing and re- port at the next meeting, when offi- cers elected. Mrs. .1. w. Staf- ford Terril and Airs. Man- son were hostesses yesterday. f 'r Luther League of St. Paul's First' Lutheran Church met -at the home of Rev. C. Grant last evening when the topic, "The Message or was ably taken by Mr William Lohnian. The Scripture les- fin our WOMAN'S EXCHANGE daintv band-made Greef- ing Cards'; that are "different" f font' an'-Arts and Grafts }Vork- Artistic Sepia photoprapbs of tha Mountains, from Banff. Are you interested? Brown Betty t Tea Room Room 4. Mflcdonald Elock ran was read by Mr. OulUHOth. A reading by Mr, K. Nelion and a piano solo by Karl very pleasing. ;Tho league decided to instill elec- tric light fixtures In the new church. Largo crowds were- again in attend, anco at St. Patrick's ,bazaar ycHtov- day afternoon and evening. A beautl- ful pillow, eyelet waist and doll were won "by Mrs. Kelly, Miss Coin1 and Mrs. Tlso, respectively. A splendid program, nip was rendered last even- ing by the Convent children. Tonight' Dr. J. S. Stewart, M.P.P., will raffle off the eleven bis and two dolls, for which draws have been soUi, at ten o'clock, when the lucky ones will receive their There will also bo a new programme of music and drills by the Convent pupils. The Ladies' Cotta society of, St. Paul's First Lutheran Church met yes- terday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Plttard. There was a fine attendance, four new members being added. Fine readings were given by Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Crest and MTB. Weeks, and'a vo. cal duet by Mrs. Hanson and Mrs: C. Grant WUR much wnjoyed. Mrs. Wol- ney. rend the Scripture lesson. A delicious menu was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Plltard and Mrs. Wolsey. The next meeting 'will be held at the borne of Mrs. C. Grant. Sixth avenue South, on the sec- ond Thursday in January, when the election of officers will be In order. The LethUridge Flower Guild held a very important meeting last even- ing at Rlverview, the home of the president, Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare. The Guild is in need of funds to carry on the work oi supply- ing flowers to those who are 111 awuy from home and friends, and accord- ingly decided to hold a progressive euchre ,in the K. of P. Hall, on Fridcy, December 27, when the successful players will be awarded prizes, Tickets, which have been placed at the ridiculously low figure of fifty cents, 'will shortly be on sale, and the ladies hope and expect liberal patron- age from the citizens generally. At the close of the card party those wishing to remain dance may do so for a nominal extra charge. A special feature at St. Patrick's bazaar this evening will be the: dis- play; bf Convent work. W.C' are" enU'rttiming the members and honorary members at a social evening at the home oi" Mrs. M. K. Kaakc this evening. The Oxford. Euchre club will meet this evening with Mrs; Baer, 319 Seventh Ave., S. Don't forget Urn business meeting ot the Hcliei society at the Nursing Mission at four o'clock on Monday af- ternoon. The bazaar, which will claim- much interest will be held in Mr. Adam's store, Westminster Road, under the auspices of St. Andrew's church. Editor, Miladl: "The general recognition of the rights of children is one of the mark- ed characteristics of the present day, and it is impossible to estimate the value of what has already been ac- complished through the able and effi- cient leadership of our superintendent' of dependent and delinquent children, U. 13. Chadwick, of Edmonton. On all sides, one rejoices to find an awaken- ed and great" interest in all that makes for the greater happiness of the rising generation. First iu importance, comes the tines. tion of good health: the healthy child usually means the happy child, and it also means greater power of resist- ance to the forces of evil. More ef- ficient methods of dealing with delin- quents are being devised, and many other reforms and plans for the bet- terment of child life are being consul-j ered. We will'soon have the child-j ren's Aid Society re-organized here, and I hope the good people of cur city will realize to some' extent at least what an this organization is to life of our community. are all the pro- duct of our environments, and live the life that is shaped moulded for us in our early years. We Firmly be- lieve it is better to save the child than to punish the man. It is .begin- ning at the WTong end 16 punish the criminal, when we should .have taken care of the child, and. I hope the fut- ure will ff.e great progress ia child- saving wort- There is no more im- portant, field of labor today than this, and I couct it an honor to have even a small share in helping further the interest of sucb a noble causfv MARGARET CORKY. _ .j Farm Products .Officers A i. a meeting of ihf Form Prcflnris, Ltd., hciri j ninihiiin. A. dali'. virt-jiri'si.dciit: .1. ;im! r i SATURDAY' SPECIALS Our Store is full up now with all kinds of merchandise suitable for Xmas Gifts and we are prepared for a Rush of Business. Every department is working its hest with the newest seasonable novelties. Gifts suitable for the youngest child up to grand parents. Saturday's bargain list gives you a great opportunity to purchase articles at a price much below its real value that will make very acceptable gifts. MEN'S RICH BLACK CHINA DOG AND CHINA BEAR CIO CQ soft fur, lined willi heavy quilled llri'jng.-well mllde; i-eg. ?25; Saturday Tweed Overcoats for 'MEN'S TWEED OVERCOATS, made from im- ported Scotch and English Tweeds in the most up-to-date models. We have them in single and double breasted; also Black Vicunas, with silk velvet collars. Fly fronts. All sizes. Values up to ?30.00, Saturday Special Sweater Coats 95c. MEN'S SWEATER COATS, fine durable yarn, in" good combination colors; V neck stylo, with two pockets. Slue 38. Reg- ular ?1.75 'and 12.00. Saturday Special Great Drop in Shirts HEN'S CEYLON, FLANNEL SHIRTS with reversible collars. This is an assort- ment of broken lines to be cleared; all sixes. Regular up to Saturday -Special Men's Pyjamas MEN'S WINTER PYJAMA SUITS, made from heavy, imported English Flannelette. All sizes. Regular value ?1.7a; Saturday Special Flannelette Nightshirts MEN'S HEAVY WEIGHT FLANNELETTE NIGHT SHIRTS, cut large and roomy; good not shrink. Sizes'15 to 18. Regular Saturday an_ Special Wo have sixo only loft in this .beautiful silk seal plush coats, lined with heafy satin; some havu roll nud a few hava'notch collars. Sizes 34 to 40. COQ EA Regular value SATURDAY Ladies' Cloth Coats This is a complete clean-np of this seanon's stack in all lines that we have been selling as high ns They are made of handsome Reverse Blanket Cloths, Heavy Tweeds and Chin- chillas in a splendid range of smart styles. Wo are Including in tills assortment about twenty Black Coats in Cheviots, Beaver and heavy Her- sey Cloths. All beautifully made by. experts and the styles are the newest. This is a remark able offer ut the price. We have all 16 in Misses up to 40 in Ladies. Reg. Qf? up tu ?20.00; Saturday Special only Misses Coats Misses Coats, in froizes Blanket Cloths and Cheviots, arci the materifils oJ which these coats are made up into the smartest coat imaginable Cor Misses oi 12 to 14 years of age. Colors are chiefly In navy, brown, and greon; some In plain tailored styles, some trimmed with reverse cloth and fancy buttons. Regular values up to 310.00. Saturday pfi Special..................... Children's Coats Wo have about 50 in all and they will go with a rush. They are all made of such, durable materials as Freizes and Blanket Cloths, made up in smart styles in sizes for girls -I to 12 years. Regular values up to ?7.00. Saturday Special Ag" Only......................... Handkerchiefs for Gifts Ladles' Handkerchiefs in plain H. S. linen; lace hnnrl embroidered" Initials; a great assort-, roent of all kinds. These, make very choice pres- ents. Price as as 5 cents to each ejg Dainty Neck Prilling', for 5c. 150 .lengths of neck frtlllngviu good variety; these are all lines which sell In regular way at 40e oiul GOc per yard. Saturday Special each wU Sale-of Buttons 500 dozen Fancy But- tons to go at lOc per card. A' 'button Is an ar- ticle you often need. Lay in a stock them now; all kinds of designs. Reg- ular values 35c to SOc per dozen. Saturday 4 rt. per card........ I U Children's Wear A clearance of children's wool drawers in natural and cream. Sizes; 16 to "0 inch.' Itegular value SOc Satur- day, pair (No .vests to match) Ladies' Tests 12 only of Ladies' Black jmr4 wool Vests, perfect fitting anil unshrinkable; these have to go and the price we offer them at de- cides it. Regular each; Saturday each 40c Swiss Curtains Dropped to Zero Fine lace curtains, greatly reduced; rich beauti- ful -scrim curtains, dainty effects in white and ecru. This is a sleudid chance to secure n good pair of Curtains at a greatly reduced price. Regular to pair', for regular pair for Regular pair, Saturday KH Colored Madras 25c A splendid assortment of designs in beautiful col- orings, 42 to 50 inches wide. Regular values J1..00 per yard; Saturday.......... V l Don'l; Wait Until the Roads are all Slush to Buy Your Rubbers When Yon Can Secure v. 'I Them for 25 cents The Pair MEN'S AND. LADIES' BULL DOG RUBBERS All sizes. Regular 51.00 to Saturday 75c MEN'S WORKING BOOTS MEN'S SOLID LEATHER WORKING BOOTS, Bluchor cut, sewn and pegged soles; guaranteed.. BJ1 7C Sizes 6 to 11; regular value J2.50; Saturday 9 I I BUTTON BOOTS MEN'S VELOUR BUTTON BOOTS, Kid top, welted; a very smart shoe for present wear. Regular CO 55.00; Saturday........................ CARDIGAN 'OR STOCKING OVERS CARDIGAN OR STOCKING OVERS in every size; Values lip to Saturday................ Gun Meta! Bluchers MEN'S GUN METAL BLUCHERS, oak bark, welt- ed soles, tile latest high swing toe. Sizes five to 9 1-2. Regular per pail- Saturday Patent Bluchers MEN'S PATENT COLT, Blucher Kid leg, welted soles, broad and warm loos; and 55.50. Sizes 5 1-2 to 10. Saturday CO OR per pair Cold Weathers Specials in Bed Comforters Ttjis offer should cause "'an early morning flurry in our Dry Goods Soction-rtcii dozen, large size lictl Comforters, filled with pure cotiOii, rerofully combed and canlnd into cress-hips to prevent lumping up vvfcen washed: of :m chinU in many dainty designs will -vrjtli any stylo of decoration. Splendid vnlif'i ,it. our >uaiilar price is ar.ii tfe 4 ff place tliia lot on sale Saturday morning at............ I i (Not more than TWO will be sold to any one customer) ALL .SALE GOODS FOR CASH ONLY -j C_ I Wld Saving Prices in the Grocery Dep't. ONTARIO CHEESE per Ib Mixed CANDIED PEEL 1KT 11) BULK CURRANTS per Hi. TABLE SALT, FOUR BAGS FOR GOLDEN WAX BEANS per tin TETLEY'S COFFEE, per lib. tin COWAN'S CHOCOLATES (un twsttcnsd) per pound Pure Wool 1-2 Hose 5 prs. MEN'S SCOTCH FINGERING WOOL HALF HOSE, Heather mix- tures. Uesnlar values :iij cents per pair. Saturday flj 4 ftO FIVE PAIRS FOR............................... >9 I .UU Men's Work Shirts 75c MEN'S BLACK, WITH WHITE SPOT HEAVY DRILL WORK SHIRT.0-, cut Inrfte and roomy; size to Keg- ular value ?1.25; Saturday Excelda Handkerchiefs MEN'S EXCELDA HANDKERCHIEFS, navy and white spot bor- ders; very soft silky finish. Saturday P'Rf1 THREE FOR CWW Sale Goods Cannot be Exchanged ;