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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'i'iilH.V, Decemlwr S, EDITED BY "INO" Olflet Phont 1224. RedrJftnct Phone 774. _ and The Woman's -Missionary society M lu'-t yi-sterday ;J- UM-mmn wiUi n Rooil alt'-nilanee. An intei'es-linp; time was (aiien up in the study of C'hiai'SL1 diseases aa.l doctors. Tin- Ladies' A 111 o! KIIIJV chinch j( held a business mccliiiK yesterday Wrnoim, when .accunn! was given p a: (he ivi-i'iit Ira and sale. held 1 1 The moe'.im; wiil 111' held on )1 plans like lillcS pure ami Another, who was kept dusy, I Tlmr-d-iv''n .rnn-an- fur 11 nlitpld. .Kiting callers yesterday A, tin, meet- j I We. must not tear the was Jlrs. c. W. Gray who Lome formally for lac lirsl tune this j A Time will reveal the calyxes cf gold, season. ffij And wlltn through patient toil we Lovely pink anil white carnations M rst Lutheran clmlTll I r nionlhiy mcei'inx I The topic (or Hie "The 11 ml feet; will,> loosc.i, ngn-1 When we shall know anil understand, j Mrs. Uray was prettily altlrccl 1J 1 think. Hint we shall say: Roil knew grey voile. Hit lie's.." Mr, Mecaw nl (hi: linmrs of tea ami -cut- m-nlicr v'ls recciv- ami Mus. IH.B1. Uoima.. cxi.cca linK Hie KK v led'1 'i'.ihleil I., 1.0 sail lur. Camilla un December SOU.. Jlrs. .la.nty ivii.le surge f i Jlrs. Donaaa will (hi: rest m mill lHAcIi pluint-il Iiat. the in't'hii'ago, Mr. Don-' Jlrs. MnCniv was wearing a hi.uil-j c.11'1- nnn will return, Ilie city. soniu of hlnck velvet ami black hat wiMl Tlimid. llic allnnlam-c at Ilic mecl- A. JloNallv expects io h-avr ua Miss May Bray, in a yirlisll [rock i'm" of Cird, ,1 the First, Siniiliiv on Iioliilav I rip to lire easl. of Krcn, voile, anil Miss AihlinEto.i, i _ a sweetly pretty cream'voile as ll Ilelfii Jlewlmra has received 'cil on pint silk, were deft tea roan. lllosc'; T! ivoril that Miss Aildie Ili'lehcr, Of Mil- jusslsiaiits. inonton, wlio visited in llii- city n-- ly, is ill with lyplioid fever.Her niaav rrieads will tip pleased to ham, frf slrrn ruling! of the WintlJCing yesterday dfi howover, that she has passed son, of New York. sacrifice self-denial, often confused in people's minds. As lin example "I Saenfice.he tioneil up of caste in in i.Mrs. W. Downer, tile gracious I hostess of Westminster House, extend- ed hospitality io ahout forty giiests. Tiirouglioiil-llH: twilight hours 'oi who culled ilu'rinp; the'darter ing lionni Tcslerdai' afternoon, afrs. K. I of Ilie afternoon, lire occasion lieiiu; j lieci hristuins-. .Yonnj's'pretty liomc was ti'.rongeil Hie hostess' receiving day. i willi visitors. wlio rallied to visit Tlio drawing rooms were a liower j A unique success was the IraKia with popular hoslcss and autumn loveliness with many held yesterday afleniof'n and evening, I cliarniing house guesf, Mrs. Tbomn-'growing ferns and lirilliallt flowering umier the auspices of St. Moiiica's j plants. 1 Guild of St.. An.-nstiifs church. A lirigln HOU: of color and Ira-j Jlrs. Uowner wore a distinctively' Tlie booths were all exceedingly was echosd from huge clusters smart apple gn.-en satin cla- pivliy with their crepe panel: dtcora- iii of tile lol- of d.'cp pink carnations. Mi's. Yotirr; looked decidedly well in a ehic gown ol crcisin serge. Mrs. Thompson luul donned ;in e borated Persian embroidery ,-ind heavy cord and touches of Irish Hioo'nnd blar-k -velvet. '.rii2 ;i teinpt- ..I. K. Simpson, Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Ford. orate toiielie.oi' ciiampaEiie satin ing picture, ils highly polished snr- j K. N. hroadcJoth, the bodice of hand em- wee studded wilh exquisitely -lovely Dlacitlmni, Miss IChtine Conylic-arc. broidcrcd Paisley and (he skirt i rim-1 lace drjities, the centre graced with land Miss I.sftfe' Ilcnliey. mod a hand of heaver.'a liug.- shov.-er of. rose pink Murrel-Wriglit, Arflmr iiavr jis.s'iMed und was linns, Meld in a slender cut glass Mrs. Scott, Dodman and Mrs. lieci-.mihg grey voih; and-vjise. Mrs. A-. SoiiJJmrd presided nvpr f Belltley. Lucy and and looked exceedingly Mav.-soii, iMiss'Angle anil Mi> Jlrs. W S. Hull welcomed a sond- j well 'in ruby Velvet with heavy 'cream Hatch. I' ly niimlirr oi ciilivrs, when'she rrralv-jlacc volte and sleeves and' trimmings' I Jlrs. K. A. SliArmall, Mrs. Kav-i rl yj'i'.snlay nflernunn lietweon the oi Oriental embroidery, With this worth and Hiss Oawilcn were in i" site n black velvet pic-! of the house, thtf goose] tiiIT, hat with willow pluincs. The i.nyititig lea. hour .dainties in children's department. hours'Oi six. (M'imSiiii carnal ions a warmth and 'cherrlness drawing j ruu'iis.' liusscil by Miss llegin and Hiss Mrs. Mrs. pooley, Jlrs, ,tfi.l- Tlii: hfsiess was all''actively gown- cr. jliamson cd in liiue .voile with pretty (rim-1 Miss Begin, the piquant house guest j The taMns were' effective boll-j from Maple Creek, in (jiiet-.s n? erysaikbeniums. j Jlrs. sister of the myrtle green velvet wilh j -During' the afternoon -piano selec-1 jeeeiveil with her and wore a charm-' yoke and i'ieevc.s of lace in puslel lions wern rendered by Mrs. Iv. iiitle Persian siilc niade nhades. jli easiern design. Miss Gladys Downer, the daughter Little'Miss ICVUhleca Hall, who at- of honif, wore r. gowir of rier.p ten iled the door, was nn alluring pic-' purple vt-lvei, which suiic-d her par- Inlinsnit and Kae In the Miss- t'ony- beare and Miss Freeman sang pleas- ing solos, and Miss Kimpsori and 1urc in a white embroidered frock ticnlarly well with its-trimmings of j Mr. Salmon rendered enjoyable iiiaiio bine accessories. [Persian embroidery. isolos. We have just received a large ship- ment of the finest brown .and white' cooking ware made. Our windows and store will be full of it Tuesday. The finest cooking can be done with this ware Oval Covered Casseroles Round Covered Casseroles Stewers Pitchers Bakers Bean'Bakers. Pudding Dishes Covered Bean Pots Pie Plates And'numerous other articles. Prices run from .HERALD Page 13. 10 cents io each The test value you ever saw STAFFORD-AC "if you live out of town, write us." Bar- vgans Your (irurrry Hill may by consmleriibly re- duced by looking out for our l-Mday- Mid Satur- day Specials in this de- piirtmeul. 'Frqnch Mushrooms, rcg. 35c for 25c Pkts. Corn throe lor 25c !0c Tins Old Uu'lch Cleanser, :i for 25c White's Mixed Plrklcs, rcg. :jUe, for 25c 1-2 Clal. Tins Golden Syrup. rcg. "7yc for 60c China Specials Dinner ljlates full size per doz Ten Cups and Saucers, per dozen Oilier pieces at pel-portion- ately lov.' prices. A Golden Opportunity. Friday Saturday Useful Rem- nants AiLotherytHT choice lot of Ruiiuuints will be put oul for this sale, This, season's Uress Goods .WranjiereUes, Flannel- ettes, Priivts and Ging- hams, all will tie marked in figures- with their original cost, and the reduced price clearly shown, jWjiiclh in many n cloa'r ing half. A new range :Vi Is" Aii iMilirely New. finngd of Tweed'.? that .should hRvo-'ConiK-in for the Pull trade, have just come along: and we have dofiitlod to include them in our Weekly-Sale. Green Mixtures, Brown Strip- es, heather mixtures, .brok- en stripe's in grey, green and brown, are amongst showing all 'the lat- est and most-popular styl- es for UilR season's wear. These will be priced remark- ably low for Friday and Saturday selling, at 73c yd. LOOK OUT For our an- nouncement of Christmas Hampers WEEK-END The special bargains offered this week will well maintain the high standard of values which always characterizes our Friday and Saturday Sales The Greatest Sale of Children's and Misses' Dresses ever pre- sented for your consideration This 'lot comprises one complete sipok of this season's newest goods in dresses for girls of from 4: to f4 years of age. One Style, is a navy Serge Dross.-made with full pleated skirt, aiid biomV with large SAILOR-'COLLAR, -trimmed with It. rows of SILK .BRAID, and 'lias detachable front of all wool cream serge. Another Eange in f.Iip .Russian Sailor Style. while -a host of other, popular styles go to make up an assembly of good selling dresses; for quality of materials and workmanship we unhesitatingly state that no'superior goods are to he found in any store in this section of the country. Dresses that were up to will be sold on Friday and Saturday 7C all at one price V. Dress Materials that were good value at will be cleared out at 75c Home startling rcductiojis bare lieen made .urllie Dross (joods Dopt. for Friday add Saturday and yon will 'do well to a Jicw of these Jiigh class to lay by until wanted. Heavy PJiflgonal Soi-ge in the newest shades of grey also Homo in v.-iae color; full 'Iti in. wide, which show- ed good value ;it ?1.50. Fancy Kifobcci Olotli, rojjp and poplin, In a variety of shades, also. some very finely veijeliun cloth, make up an'oi.llerv good runge that sold well at. .AVbile another range sltows -some beautiful fancy spots anil satin stripes in vienx rose and In-own. All tliQsc win be put on sale Friihiy and Saturday at one price, yard -75C two days of our sale of Winter Coats 25 per cent, reduction Fricjay and Satirrday concludes our sale of Win- te.r Coats for Ladies'. Misses and T.hlrik what tliis means to you. not a lot of out-of-date gobda, bin bin- sea-oon's stock, including all the latest arid mos-tTfasluonable styles -to Eelect from. T.he new Reversible Tweeds in all simdes of grey and brown-, heavy Mel- ton and other thick winter cloths, are all Included in this munificent jOffer. For two days more these new models may be 3'ours for Other Coats from All sale goods strictly cash No approval. No exchange Bed Pillows 50c A special pur- tluibc of Betl Pl'lOMS on 'ables us to you n .very soft pillow, full sifce in art striped, satin faced tick, for Friday und Saturday Bedroom Car- pets A: regular clean-up of fngrain bedroom car- pet. Enough in sonic rolls to cov- er a large room; others a re hi shorter lengths. regular 40c and 50c qual- ,lty, for Friday and Satur- day only A For yard Curtain Bar- gains Plain White Xct, with a neat irisertipn and border, dainty material for bedroom curtains; -ec- ru and drab colored acrim and nets with insertion and border.' Dainty white nnfehu with J. neat floral pattern; values up. to 50c per yd., will be offered foi Fri- day and Saturday selling, at per yard Bargains in Sweater Coats Any of these coats would com- maud a ready sale at hut on Friday QJU! Satur- day .we give jo. ine op jiortrmky choose the pick of the 4 E bunch at I 55 Boys' Sweaters 60c With aliovo conies ;i grand: -assort- ment oE sweateys and sweater coats Tor boya of ages from G to 12 >ean? All wool -with open neck'or roll collar, In nil 'the most popular plain colors combinations. For Friday and Saturday, these coats .'and sweaters offered at GoingStrong The f Hudson's Bay Gift Certificate lUSTER HOST GO London, IJoc. 'FVIierun pntcli says: "Tliu (vnhinet wiHlica, (o ncKoiIatn ullli Utifstu IhroiiKli Oroal Hritniii "or scUloiuunj of the Vcin- ftons of'ilic on.-n rlof- fuiio wriUon Imsirt, iiml offers giuiv- airiet1 ibiii Trciwiiror-tieiierjil Shnslnr wiil lov-.'lly carry otif. the urniiiKuincnt. 11 lirlicvvil in ;inii IniKiitlr rlrclci; tlmt aiicli n proimstil will ho usclcsp. "Tlit: diunitesRl of Mr. ShiiAtrr !s a 'cessiiry ni'diinhinry (o any settle- hi a'Mnont IPSIKHI loilay Mr. niaior HJitd wlioa ho took ojor Hio affail's ot tlic 1'crsiuii treasury last, .Tune ho found banking deficits amounting to and not one penny in cash belonging to the gov- ernment. There was also an unknown amount standing in drafts and other oblifiations which had been issued by of finance before his arrival. EDITOR WAS REAL GOOD IN JAIL London, Dor. Mylus, who WHS sentiMified to onci yeur'ti im- prlHonnionl for IflK'lling iilng (Jeorgo in liis 'lie I.ilifirutor, wan re- aurvijd ton. monthri. He rnnfineil in wiiK tiisnitoncd -io Ins conduct. HON. MR. PEARSON IS SERIOUSLY ILL Halifax, N. S., Dec. U. P. 'Pearson was fallen seriously ill last nlglvt. His condition is tho same this morning. Mr. Pearson has been fail- injr for sonic time in health. .Mr. u-lio wafi Iiorn fn ISfifj, la iirosldeiit. of the Ilnllfax Chronkle :iiul HL John Sun coinpun- ies. lie taken tlie provin- giivornincnt, of Nova Seoli.i, as iilnislcr porlfulUi in IWIfi. GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Doc. ket-a today ivcre fllictlmling: Open tlecembor.......... .May, old....... May, new...... December May......... -10% mar-; OIoso' 8S% 37% December I.70U 173 1S1' American Ma Minneapolis: December May Jif.y R, cuiefl colds. SMALL BLAZE AT, THE HAT j December......... Merllejne Hal, lice. lav lire wllnesaed this inirt-iilng, V. when a P.lMI.'i-ook ear caughl aiicl...! Winnipeg Prlcts Thi! c.-ir was slamliiit; oul In the rear i.Nn. I Nor.liicrn........ ynvds. vilid an engine was quickly dOK- N'orthftTii.......... ;v. patched to bring il back lo the water Northorn house. As it at fnll speed tlici flames shot up hlsh, antl- were seen all over tho city. nil hour ;U) put it out. It, tool; over No. I .Northern So. Northern oats, ;