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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Bcc'enibef 9.1910 It New Neckwear, Belts and Ruchings to hand The Ladies' Store Phone 453 FOR'CASH Acadia Block store hiwJvXffll ISftlS? wiiitout fitful" L V.., O A. J. J f' y H eoHon Herewith is simply more H 1 I'i -I-1 -IT T. -J- 1 tillv Si O-IwL 0 In T 1 j'1 anajumieiitiCii.concerns in Canada "dud tkev uiscuct 01 two ol the iimst- .....-C- G -lots ior ib'ide we are-oTyen V.JJL J. J.X 5 V The Christmas Fur Sale offers-the- opportunity of SOIV for selection from among a satisfying assortment of arid niiiffs at bargain prices. lined co ts -t Miiik Muffs ant Mink Miiff s and Black Fox Muffs Pox Muff a Big SaAiiig-s in Em- broidery Floimcings shown-ia. inch widths, very, scalloped -or hemstitched .edges. 'Regular yalue. sale VVOOLLEINT KNIT GOODS, SELLING FOR LESS in plain white or dainty blue; qualities usually sold at ?LOO. -5- ,60c FOR FINEST LACES Finest quality valenciennes, maltese and handkerchief footings, in _-widths'one to two and a-half worth.up 1-2c Ehenominal Handker- -Ladies Fine Pure Li'nen Handkerchiefs-- i Finished .with, -narrow" hemfl hemstitched 20c and .25c values. r Ladies' HarA Embroidered dainty and representing .newest- ideas- goods; fine mercerized "lawns or" worth 3oc. 40c and Lawn qr'.lancy draw-nwork, nice fine finished "'.stitciied. Ea'sily worth lOc. Sale GloVe ar-proportions; :ANd COMBS Ali quaftUM Sale 'J'' of glace 5 tiet. rtiivat >4dom- The Final Clearance of Coats and Suits of unusual sayings in many cases totalling Bait actual values. Prices for to- only; ATTRACTIONS IN NEWEST-CORSETS w'.r iJJiT-eCiOire Sliown'-in- sellmg at Suits selling at T %r Suits sefllng at -Suits at _ Coats seiiing at Coats selling at selling at CoitsCelling at Sl2.oQ Ooatb selling at f 10.00 -And aiiVlier lines j proportions. SOCIAL AND memJaers y CtiJOCiiL and Mrs. D. G. Rodgers, of Van- j of the Series and also the post-Lenten r, who have been, visiting in the J-aance. east, are the guests of-Mr.'and Mrs 1 last Mrs, J. .0..-Wil- son.: Bridge 'was -played several, and at the ting; the attractive favors were "award- ed Mrs. w. A. .Buchanan-and The giiest list :Mr. and 'Airs; 'Anderson; Mr.' and "Mr.: acd-Mrs.'.A.: Bj-Stafr-l and Mrs. Mewbunir-Mr. ,-r.o- "cuaing to reach home for" TJie. Union Cify.jj Mich., chil-' Cf 1, nas j5en' >'ere' -lowing account of fhe golden wedJHng the Ul. LUG Or Tlnimtn i jj" JL uiiniij i or" rtio i1 ilt'tietli anniversary of and Rodgers; expected L Fowler j -This should. be g'ood news for" the jroang folk of who "are -fond Iminediately the joyons''occasion. The a-open -house reception om-two the afternoon iin" evening, and during, all the. intervening'hours'the t-.JioQie -.vixs thronged Tvith pioneer" days -and -from.-among tJie Mr. and MYs. E: H.' Wilson. fDG8U-ta symool tor all that is honorable, younger, generations .while -messages pin, tais comm-jnityjof congratulartory good came y, ,tt ihe IWITED STATES 'On HIgfi Street. "ganl-" many parts of southern ilichi- T. has scored.s.uch a huge' iMrs. MoCullough, Mrs. Buchanan felf'a Mrs. FlemmiDg. Miss Belen Mev.-buniJ nomestead Miss Farley event was afjiotabie and' mem-jv' reatiireV "the 'occasion I -T-T-rtrt-Vi J- hi_X AM A "i" I. j one, among of the %di the Teading-oT an'.'original- poem ve been recorded in the liistory j 'be Mrs. N: and tSe life of Unibii in and Mrs. Drumm's tai- Is rare indeed that a husband ented daughter, ,Rertig, :of an a family of eight child-' acaptlon of James Riley's reri were all alive and well after Me "A tale'00 Hugh McCullouph, Chambers; Fisher and one or two others. Reports to the Extent of Forty TO EDUCATE Local Maa Will Try to Interest Britisli I Washington, bee commis- sion, on immigtatfon appointed in expired todar and the results of its investigations Into -all--thephases of., the question nake, about fortv volumes. .Included amQug the r-ecom- appalling- CLUBS AND ''SOCIETIES St. Patrick's Church Ladles' Aid __ __ i o i-ii JjauuJtj j _ oDemn- r success: The' club be 'limited to 'Society-'will not meet for-sewin? agdin point of tie which the inemoriei revived "Jv aancinc ir the sixty-five members. 11until after the holidays. of om-and who 1T-he" local illusions ".brought tears'to tae Caledonian i [by paying their respects, attested an eye. tiie treasurer has been TQe vjsitors is anticipating the unique e3teem: which Mr. and! the day and event 'Of international jilr8- in the comm-an-1 Mrs. .oe given under raisons des'etre at a pretty "affair St." Andrew's church" new arrivals are seeking safe investment. among the agricultural oistricts German novelty. Chihc-se T. Mis. Jrumm have reared from almost made- trie-coin mission whereby in certain cartes reduction affected a leading and married, unskilled'- laborers tiou 'of "un- s seems to be an of ignorance as to in Western Canada, among the? classes m England the ecji- eyes nataraliy turned to-- this country as a fuiure home, but'-: o- limita- ai1 erroneous" impression of the -coun Sity in" which they have liyed so long. -_ -----came to Union the lecture rooms of Knox church 1S55- There are not now remaining- j Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdav. imor2 tlian a handful: of citizens of of Jnone-7 to tie possession on. arrival. -I t, is stated that the immigrants now com- n ing do not furnish any more x-rimiu- als or subjects "for charitv than- fnn To somewhat convct 'PI. i? IRH-T Ui wz cuaruv than, inn with-him'fou'rr WILIGHT C.HIAT Bativp born> while sfa j or live hunareti pounds of literatureT' Many homes would lack their worst immigrants-to be iiidre-''succcssful in j P'lWlsned 'by tbe .-Board... or'.'TrafleJ not foit. the- curious jagriculturai will'--distribute nature "that makes I urges that, a wore fenr-' tUroaghbut England, among-those i i 1 n tc1? rsUm-T t -i T. _ ___- _ v -i r. The contents for sale at each booth will be articles peculiar I to the country represented. A family ot orou's entertainment is' <.0 be given Una three eacfc Tben--there alueor.e A., cira mens washing contest, men's hat {residents of this district, trimming battle, reflector scopic oave made places for M, and the Herald orchestra will enter- j other and widely separat tain the guests during the intervals: tne world. Earl fruit, candy and Christmas rii-tcr Vv. ana unnsunas j CardS W6re of re- ,01 a and trace, are still, merabrance ekchaiied" .r.. The others the mos as well as tlie regulations with grant to and Korean immi- qoicfciy stops coughs, cares colds, tie zaroatand tonss. 25 tf msiance' how