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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ay, THE 'N'-'- r, Force-Out Sale Starting Friday 9 a. hi. Bfcth Toweling j iiiSn extra iood grade of bath toweling that is wocth I5c a yard: "Heavy weight and ex-. tra gopd .value. Force-Out price, Sate Prices DOING A BIG with low cash prlcM cann tfcppurif tftrifty evtry day. towy; ia booming. wt a atill want to order to make a quick gobdt will be told for lest lYioaey cljearkifl Staple and be toldi at rjclicutoutiy-Mbwr cut prlcet-every day .until fc :t; extra'aalei people will be, ready to serve long, no V rVhe But try'to do your shopping in the more 9 morning. everywhere tell wonderful it' Take time to read every iteni Fourteen Days v- Star ting Friday See Our :Wfoiow Display Of 'PfiSwifcSESiiy %qer0SSt: j'' A splendid.. 12 l-2c value of rexrra heavy flannelettes in .dark grays colorings.; r Good "washing colors and .-width. Force-O.ut sale 9c Wrappers AaV extra good "wrapper for: women, finished wrapperette' in good medium colorings, Out- sale -i ,f j 90c .v-. f Force-Out Sale of Women's Suits -The balance of handsome garments, men at extraordinary-low "All are finest 'lailbredV of materials. Suits for Dress GRAY TAFFETA Ci-bYH In and handsomely trimmed' "with, soutache for CLOTH material and.ytrimihed with" BLACK: VOILE. Made in and beautifully trimmed ..with braidt, .RtiZyx: v grade "are four remarkable rat lined coats. Hun worth nearly a half BLACK slee 36; wool Ucerser ihell; rat '-iiiied'-ind good BLACK with .finest-aiink best rat grade Itersey shell; Good taffeta ffbboiui 4 to All colors Black, ptok, bl -NAVY size 36, with miirt" collar, and-best Extra for NAVY size collar and "bsstTat lining. o. ;heayy. both. Tretti White f aid natural col- or. Regular 50fe Out sale v; r .r c i "i? bale of Fine Drew Skirts dress serges, "wintjr, iftylea. These -are eStwL value clearingjrice for See i c In this window you will find, articles '-suitable 60c. linens, derskirts -un- up -4O and-: higher.-- Force: sale '-4- oil- colors. ,-All are yard. and 30c a yard." sale f C? :25C 'Nowhere _... ate inide -curl Persian Lamb' and-good "Electric Seal. to W niiiffs, wJll'Se-Bi WOOL >j Heavy, weight; 1 The best. flan you cream, witfe aid _ In our aale-at ,j and -v _; Trade juncttpph-. to- day the executive coimcyK ask.'theTCity to urge cial'. government the ecessy refection ot a at- A jnatelf. in the. vicinity; jyDiaiivowl City- or Yjev. be" asked: -ailao; to- it suctesfefully carriedr en.t .to .Lebr "iflng xiews columns Tpfess1; m to -t erVampunt rbesto wed'; -upon for that Messrsi; k.' Dec. _ Clay; jst, Berkshire, T: unchanged.: er'al Dorset Wills; j .TJnioni st 4, 58i ;S', nome vacated by Mr. ajid. Mrs. Flem- ing re- turn from Europe in February. Mrs. Elton greeted an'unusual num- oer of visitors yesterday afternoon, it being the first tiine this' season she had received. Wright the acceptable i f The .menibers Shakespeare club, numbering a -dozen, enjoyed a Mrs.- Duff; 'London Road, will be I most' w'lth' Mrs. SOCIAL .AND PERSONAL r yiilting Dayt Hostesses tomorrow: Mrs. J. Reuter. JMrs. A. Southard. Mrs.yD. A: ,McKerrfcher. Mrs. C.. Mrs. H.'- :est street, will-.jeceive for the time in tomorrow. 319.. Ern- first at home to her friends for the first time this season, tomorrow afternoon e sewnd of each- month. Mrs. .G... E. Fleming left this tcTsperia the winter in Min- Toronto and other eaftern CltlCB. Mr. Neil McLachlan anfl. fain. __ Hy "will .resider'.'in the'E. A. Shannan J awarded -Mra. Cunningham yesterday. The hostess aa original 'contest, to sharpen tne Slips :oearlrii: half" ;.the- anakespearian this seaaon. were, passed and finish each. TBe dftintf for the great- ast nf At ..the tea nbuf" Mrs. Arnold', 'Mrs. Ritchie "ana Miss .Patteson assisted 'Mrs. ham at z the' Spicy carnations graced.- the "pretty tea tables, CONTAINS NO ALUM C05J5 Np MORE 'THAN THE ORDINARY WNDS Mrs... J- 0. .Wilson. is entertaining-- at bridge this evening; as a-ooiirtesy- to Mr. McGullbugh's and d'erspn's.gu-ests. The -pupils 'of Miss Ursula assisted by pupils of pianbr departments of tire CpnscryaX hold-a-private. the Conservatory Auditorium. S day aft-ernoon. _ An" event next week that will te" looked forward to with pleasure 'is' the Orchestral- Concert rlie. Conservatory" Music 6n. Thursday- evening 'next. The" meni1. bers bf tfie orchestra thirty-five." A' number' 'ol pl-e who are studying under ihVViiptff' vision of Miss Archer will nssist'Tvith tiic progiiunme. f f' Mrs. J. R. Anderson'was ess at one of the smartest bridges.of' the winter last, evening, giveac a.a ;ar compliment to her sister, Mrs...-M'c- Cailum of Chicasro and Mrs lough's visitor, Mrs. Fleming den. game was played at'seven tables, wnich were scattered through- out the pretty drawing rooms whtfe immense deep pink 'hifl arranged cleverly in every hbok. The hostess looked decidedly at- tractive in her beautiful black sequfri rown and corsage bouquet of crimson rcscs. Her house guest, Mrs. McCal- lum, ,wore -her, exquisite wedding ro'ofe of. mirror satin '-wiilx- Irish lace adornments. A rope-.of .es-. quisite pearls circled her becoming coinure. The other honor guest, Mrs. Fleming, made a fascinating -picture "fiialjTy- becii abfmitei'y R'.P. Club's ,er.-; l Ever-; :pne., is anticipa'ting this "Min Shovr v' for1 of the city's and 'Citizens. yill ;.1be -among V.'.colp.red pf "Hthe Ma- -'-f' thirty guests u.'. T The h'oHOr tavor. wasj'captured; In 'the -Bourse of-' many: Jpleasanfc church; was Ladies' --Aid V -Christ- mas -Sale yesterjfay afternoon. The club every minT and the .many. :purchasjerjf their way ho.meward, faoldiiig-fast some that; wiil .Trslativc-xjr Cteistoas- Jordan and Mrs: -'Sou chard- assisted, .the attractive find as" will "buy, they -'-_ .-supefiii ten dent at bsral, Ward; "ist, the, Nursing esting and Jieiirsrprki 1 on less fortunate residents' o'f-LethDridg'e, and .urged of-clothing. for th-e .-evening a choice .menu ed, then before the- departure the they were treated to sacral Iswdet vocal numbers rendered l.y L. L, Asquith received .fester-day for the first time season "at her pretty 'hbme on Guineas street, greeted her wearing a "ly gown of hand enibroidered net ov- :er crea-m satin: The effective bodice being" designed- upon butterfly -3.Tid the graCeiul overskirt tfting bor- dered with rich embroidery. Clusters of" exquisite Richmond roses lent their beauty and fragrance to the .Ir.uvins 'room. In the- dining room this 'month's colors, scarlet and were carried" out in the adom- shbwer of Buacon' carnations d and tJie tea table was tractive with its-trags ded .with red carnations and centered iwitb'a five branch silver candla- bra holding scarlet tapers and rest- ing on a bed of fluffy crimson tulle .and. asparagus, ferns. Mrs. Arthur Hayr presided at the tea and coffee urns, wearing a smart costume of steel eolrenne with facings satin the. same shade and pretty large gray chapeau. The .'lings, wore a charming bronze crepe dc chine hobble gown, with pipings of nile green and heavy ecru lace, yoke left-without being refreshed J dainty -repast which.' was small'flower-decked "tables, -TKO cr V- -1 by MosdameV-totton; Hick, ReIlCt "to Virtue and: -assistants. The many and- varied array of aprons were sold by Mrs-. Nceland and Iflrs- G-ay, and the, table upon which, hail been piled ..numerous articles of. ac- ceptable needlework, was Ruffner and Mrs. The pantry stall, where the keeper" always first, was load- ed; with the choicest viands from the kitchen of- nearly., every woman iQ the table was under the] capable m'ahagement of Mrs. Mrs. Tierce-, and Mrs. Living- stone. The A'id Candy hooth, upon which'Jhad.been-placed pounds of Jtfnt. Rodger's r.most toothsome dainties, was in charge of Mrs.. W- A. Hamil- iam, Weigatt; unchanged. V Libcfal, T unchasged; unchanged- Somerset, chajiged. j al, Lloyd, Liberal, 926; unchanged. ber'al, i ;Devon, Jtluil, ton and Miss Hanna. The girls the. hilatiia a" with deep borders of hand painted pale pink poppies. A" magnificent" Dia- mond ornament was worn. The honor favors were awarded Mr.-Eower. .u Mrs. K. is entertaFri- ing Mrs. Fleming of Brandon, who ar- j rived in the and. -underslecves. With itaupe hat with East this a Indian ribbon In a. very lovely white chiffon gown bows was worn. Miss McLachIan as- sisted the hostess in fopfri.' In the evening Mr. and' ..Mrs entertain-ed a doxen quests .pleasantly, cards and dancing fbrms'-of-.amusement...; CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Another bazaar, that scored a de- cided, success and'will go down 'in the affrials of 1910 history as one of its i c c of candy sta-tl early in the afternoon. "The girls who dlsfeced of streets "vere "Miss Ruth Thomp- son, Miss Liiliam fts powsctt and Miss ;ct. At the Mission Ba'ftd's misceilaDoous table were found Kathleen Southard, Margaret Foo- ter; Jennie" King and Agnes Livinf- were the splendid pro- ceeds from these little folks' booth. -The .'net proceeds from the bazaar reached .over the ?100 mark an-d great- ly deHghlsd the 'members of the Aid, have- worked so untiringly for its success. The -president thank everyone who sent donations and also the as- sistants. The Women's Home Missionary So- city of held a number- of -little people who otherwise wouliTno't the" joys of the entertainment on the afternoon of December 24th in St. PariSh A' Christ- mas tree' will; be tne'jriricipalUeature Sockty .would in- pre- paring for. this-'treat. Every-jmember of the' So- ciety, who. possibly can attend, is requested ..to .be- prtsent ai-tonight7s rehtarsal in hall; Fifteen raembers of" the "Baptist La- dies' Aid Socfojty In the" lVschool "room yesterday-' preparations nuts tale MONEYBACttM ARE NOT GIN ARE GUARANTEED PILLS is sold witH- a of if j they fail to give prompt relief 'and to effect cure if properly whi do for you. fcir their which.. will held on after- noon and made .-preparations salt which will, be held on Thursday Deceniber 15th. This society, jfblch has .onli in existence sis is forg- ing ahead, and, every member is energetic long before the society ranked among the mo9t iTulnentiab.-oburch as- sociations of the- city.-. CUP-ID'S. COURT At Wesley parsonage last-evening, Rev. T..P. .mar- an interesting nTseting lop. presided.and.: during the early parr, of "the- session several.business, topics presented and decided, amongst them being the' society's decision to sell, a number of Pioneer .1911 Calen- dars which'are enclosed'In envelopes Miss Pearl Voisey, of StaveJy. Miss tn Laura Cascaden, of "was the sold in'all parts pf (Canada for years and to-day popular and most effective kicLaey .remedy in the -world, j We PILLS will irritated --Bladder, j .g-, the Back and hips, arid completely cure Kidney Trouble and Rheuraatisajl positively gnarantee that GIN PILLS will -do- this pledge, ourselves to tttartt your money should GIN i FILLS not.doall that we cJaim-fortiieai. BnjrvGIN PJLLS' oni "jjnaianJec, t backed" by the rargest "wholesale drug house in the British Empire. 5oc r box 6 or from us direct. Sample box free on request. National Chemical Co., Dept.' bridesmaid, and Albert Cascaden as- sisted the groom. The a "becoming travelling'suit of dark and pretty green yd vet touquc. Mr. and Mrs. Fry left-on the flyer- ;his morning for a, throe months' syjourn can.be carried through the mails in Iowa and Minnesota cities. QIJAKEK 1022 GILMQRE THE BAKER ;