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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER. 10; THE LETHBRJIKJK DAILY IIEUAU) PAGE NINE There is nothing like a "Tea, Pot" test at your own table to prove its sterling worth! I! TEA "Always and Easily the Best" MACK, GREEN, or MIXED. Suled Only Vancouver, Dec. joacs ap- is tlif time which Judge [jut yesterday'gave to defendant iu litcl, to repay a-judgaicrjl of A costs obtained against him by .f Kpstein, a Irioncy-lemler, Kpslem jd .loaned the defendant Taylot 'a m of for three months at GO TUHTL6 MOUNTAIN IS NOT ANY WORSE THAN' USUAL- PEOPLE OUT OF DAN- GER 'ZONE However lie battle is ceded, isotu Ited-and-.white carnations aad Thougli proudly, the victor tomes 'crimson candles Vere fffivlive in de- IVitii [lags and prauctag sags 'Galvin served Krauk, fcnowu by Ihe moving proclivities of Turtle Mountaiu, sited advertising, it not get it j .Ahd echoing roll ol drums, itill Truth proclaims this'motto Ju letters of living -No question is ever settled Until it IK settled right. Let those who have failed take cour- age, Though tho enemy Defined, to have won, Though'hjs rank be strung, if Ije he in the wrong, TLe battle is not yet done. For suie as tLc morning [odious. The darkest hour of night, No question is ever settled Until it is settled iklil.. ;r cent interest payable monthly in with less cost than it dors through ivancp. and lo be compounded' if "that satue mountain. Kmy leu .ynimU fell six montbs in arrears, weeks someone has it that the big A number of. Montreal lawyers may to Iho premier, Sir Lomer Con- In his position ol Atlorney-Gorjerni .have ope of tiic local magistrates jnoved from tlm tench. ;VJthln tho next'year or two IJrlllsii vrill possess an up-to-datp iluvay extending frora Kamloopa lo to Juane Cache, and giving cormcc- through to Edmonton. troid.iloosc Jaw, ivhcre some bowed down with labor, 0 woman young, yet-old heart oppressed tba toiler's breast, And crushed by the power of gold, Against triumphant might Ithe ifa hour Sir. and Mrs. Atattilcr Wilkinson of Sony On t., announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Annie, to Satiluel Wilson Hammell. of Ray- mond, Alfa., the io lake place quietly about the New Year. Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Keaa, 19 Lon- don roarf, Giiflph. announcf the en- gagement of i heir eldest daughter, Vera, to Dr." on "ol-Mcc- Irod, Alberta.. The marriage will late place at. Calgary ihis'inonlh. v Mrs. R. Howard DoLson many callers 'during yesterday's twi- light-hours, when she Deceived lor ihs first time this .season. Kerns and chrysanthemums, were pretty in de-j coratiun. -Mrs. II. W. Meiuie invited j tu the rixmi; where Mis, J. II. Is ever-settled js M I UK POWDER FORM AH tbe ot Ike 51HU. A fractlOB the ot Milk. of the v o MC e "mf Milk. TRUMILK l Crrim. MiLkSfOCK Tmn Milk rorrii, ir .-'All Miai JlJin Ltd., Toronto by ciim- MI1S Prod- jot off the train the other day and informed the newspapers that the big mountain is about to move any time without They stated that tha fissure iu the mountain .was, widening rapidly anil that it was only a matter of time until the. Turtle si Ed again. Commissioner-elect Ileid, who has been sojourning at the sanatorium at Frank during his told, the Herald this morning that so faV and Mrs- MeKeown are speml- as Ihe residents o[ the town knew, ijJ'S of 1hcir I there is nothing in, the latest story. They .pay very.'. to such" yarns anyway. TLe took': the alter spending a couple'of Wilcov. 0. 4 Not receiving tomorrow: Mrs. C. U. Bowman. v ff and'Mrs. Harris left yester- day for Long Beach; CaL, where they will spend the "winter. ed by-.Miss" Dorothy. Buchan made a dear little door attendant f- tiie, evening received wijh Mrs. -IJobson and a great inanv young 'called. Miss Holes did the pouring tea. CLUBJ advirc of, Professor Brock M the logical department at Ottawa atirt moved out .from under Ihe shadow.of the big hill, flic? are' not in danger any more.'" FIELDING MAY RE-ENTER COMMONS Ottawa, Dec. to an Interesting, political rumor In circulation it the capital tonight, Hon. W. S. Fielding Is again to be- come member of the Houte of The story ic that Mr. Robert Bickerdike, Liberal mem- ber for St. Lawrence division, Montreal will make way for tha ex-minEiler of Mr. Blck- who not anxloui to re- .main In the political game, had a majority of. over Mvep hundred eltciloni. The Six-Sis'-club meets with Miss- Lucy Harden, ft 4 i .Those, interested are remind r ,-Mrs. heen Aid inbotham, Mrs. (i. Kojwrtsori; tonight Fourth with H, to buy patients. at the V.M.C.A. audlitoriuih Kate Wiltshire. "TheTat- te.leg'ram; ill 'give. ap, Ql-Tp The Men theSo- Wo- the Your Wife Without a Hoosier Cabinet When You Can Join The Hoosier Cabinet Christmas Club For A Single Dollar j Mr. Husband, answer that question squarely, please, before you buy Christmas gifts (his year. Nothing you can give would please your'wife so much. Your Tlfe wants to keep hor health and beauty, for you. She has far loo much fo do.-. Every woman has. She needs this great labor-Raving machine that will save her miles of lyalktug and .cut her work ttme in two, 3ha wants ft juet SB mucb, remember, as the lialf mllUoa oftucrg wliq pralio their Cabinets every day. Now through courtesy, of The Hoosier Mfg! Co., we offer you opportunity U> got it for her on the club plan, 80; eajily that even income you can afford it as well as (He millionaire. men will buy Hosiers on the Club plan for (heir -wives this Christinas. The number here is Strictly limited to 75 members. EHCh pays only the cash price. .Cabinet delivered for 30 Memberships are Taken Already a :o r- Mrs. O..W. Robinson anil lirs. C. n. Young. >.lrs. li. Uurntilt hostess of a dflighihil five hundreil yesterday afternoon. -SU tables were Mrs. A. M. Grace ar.d Mrs. Scott capturinr the prettv ItophlM: f Mrs. Hetiry Galvin's home on Four- iMnth St., was'thronged during fa1. .wn-hold a reeeiring hours when -Caleaoniin itceived for the first time this On "the High the De'bitlngj'eam, anfl School Girls' Bis- yetoall q! the CenirijVachboi. which wllHe. the feature of the evening, is the Illsh School Debating league, in fif- teen Albertar.FJIjn ichoola a-fe .com- petiniilpr Rutherford Cup, which U now In Ihe. p'oBsession p( the l.eth- bridge High' The to Ue-debated pa nadi1 Ehdiild eiciude and the Lethbrfdjs'.debalera hiye been worlctng h'ard to re'talii'the Clip.' There are two ot which goes to'the Hat to debate with the. negative 'team the other njaying here-'to'defend against :tbe Jledicine'Hat affirmative. The judges His Honor Judge Iickibn, City Solicitor Ball arid Rev. McMlllen. The literary BO-. clety haa made preparations to give the visitors a good time, and refreah- meriCs and a hop are being-arranged for..' 'Ai has been..the cuatom of Lit- erary. Society meetings, the public ia cordially Invited. "The Maclcod" girls will play the to-- cal leini' at on Saturday morning. was the spler.did suin realizf.i restefdaj- afternoon at one .ol lie most successful bazaars erer-beld by Ijie'Ouild of Rt Mary's church. The parish hall was beautiiully and .-ul- listlcatly decorated'in-red-and wh-lle while primula' crjan- lums gave a p.reity Irajran', The bazaar was .-it'. )ffier euprprlsliig even to our own The demand for HooBlar the-club plait, is enorDious- Ight ejpeclatlons. ;r J. day or two at see'the entire club membership enrolled. j The Mootlor Mfg. Co.'which has entire charge of this saie, limits (he number to 7n Instead of'2'6o' wajiled.. the people wlio want Hooalers for Christmas can get them. The Hoosicr pcorlo also ftx tho price so that yoii get full cluu terms for tho regiilar-low cash 1 .Von pf.y merely fl'.OO lo join the club. That app'llea on tho price of your cabinet; .talanec-.ls payable imall >-crlily cabinet Is delivered whenever you choose, either now or iriornhig. Hemcmbcr.'onlx 45 more can join. j OPEN TO WOMEN, TOO Hick-Sehl Hardware Co, Avenue South Lethbridge Alta UCCNSID ABiSrBFOS HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINETS The Fitwell Shoe For Men This Is Canadian sboe ranie from selected leather. A Bfcoe lhat lauds the teat from erccy view point. First, It has dlatinttlve style; second it tias Hudson's Bay Quality; third It Is scientifically made. comfortable. This la of our ncvest models, maJo of box calf, btacher style, medium toe and square tec-l, slip welted canvas lined. Cft A sturdy shoe for winter wear, per pair..........-. Hand CHINA a pretty, useful and very acceptable Xmas' Qift. Mrj J. H. Discount of 10 6ff her pretty of hand palnttd. own vrhlcn win be Mle at her thurs., Dec, 11 Frim f to 5.30 and Evening "Made-in-Canada" Underwear For Men Stanfield Brand This Is one of the beat known Canadian makes. guaranteed perfect fitting garments of heavy ribbed wool. Gbtrls dculle ljroasted, all seams double stitched. Green Label, auil, Red Label, suit, Blue. Label suit Watson Brand Ar.Gthr-r popular Canadian line ol Uuderncar, In vnriely of "weights. Cotton, uulon and all- wool textures' in white and natural shades. to Two-wince Suits.'. to S3.00 "Majde-in-Canada" Dry Goods Specials Cashmere Hose Eitra weight wcol VI ribbed Black Cashmerft Hose, made from an estra well scoured wool, very elastic aud being seamless, insures tlie max- imum amount of and comfort Sires to 10. per pair.............. 'C3C if Linen Towels' Pure linen Bleached Huckaback Towels, manu- factured at Eracekridse. Ont.. and vcill more Iban hold their own irith the niftnnfactiireri ot many au elder country. Fringed cuds, 20x38 2i5c. Pair Hemstitched ends 20x38, 3oc pair' MaJe-in-Canada Special in Brussels Rugs 'Heavy quality Canadian made Brussels Rugs. In dainty floral" designs it green shadlngs. One of the best lines we are showing. .lust a [ew o[ these to Eell for this "made in Canada" week. 11 you need a rug. don't miss this opportunity.-' 9 x 9; Regular 9 Regular 9 x 12. Regular U'c have just added to our Dry Goods Depart men I, a full llhe'cf Toilet Requisites. Thesa -goois'are yul up under Hudson's Bay Labels of absolute reliable quality. The price In each case Is extremely moderate. This line includes: HalrBmshci, from 25c to Trom 10c to 2Ec, I Comb's] 'from 5c to 25c. Plush and Leather from to S5.00 per set. The Best Makei of Face Cream and Vanishing Cream at 20 a jar. Hazel Cream at 20c jar. I'nipojrtfcd'.Toilet Soaps, Oatmeal and Verbena, delicattly perfumed, 6 bars for 25c. .''Florida Water, two size bottles, at 20c and 35c The Manaflement of the Hudaon's Bay C facial ute, f; 2 sizes, small 2Qc; Powder Leaves form'In and -flesh 15c Talcum powder In shaker top Carbolic Tooth Powder" box 10c. Shampoo Powders, seven in box at S each or 40p box. These goods VriH be found in _ floods hat added another convenience for the-ac'com paper parcel string handles by icrit for carrying several small parcels and "are' carrying, etc, The Hudson's Bay Stores bjr ilev. C. II. Popham, atter which Mrs. G. in a gracious speech, which was greatly appreciat- ed by all present, declared the zaar open. She was presented witli an exquisite bouquet of red and white the gift oi Mrs. A. Arnold, the presentation beitig made by tlertha Ford.apd Phyllis Turner. stalls'were looVcd after by the following ladies Turner and Mrs. 'I'. Arnold. Plaip-r-Mis. Darling and Mrs. Ma- son. Helier and Mrs. Ijns- woitb. Hough.. Tulip. Field aud Miss Margaret.H'ashbrook. Naming Doll Competition Miss Earl. .llaby Doil Compelitipn-Sliss Dar- ling. .Jardiniere Kva Pears on I'' Cenlrepiece Competition Miss Kdilh W'ashbrook.' Tea fables-Mrs. Ford, Mrs. Wash- brook Pppliam. Pearson, Mis. Moore, Mis. Taylor and Mrs. The winning number for thecenire- piece was 139 and was held by Mrs. Ford. Mrs. I.aycbrk.won out in the jardiniere competition, Mrs. Helier It the laby. doll competition, and Mrs. Parilihursl- In. naming the doll com- petition. Manriolin solos were rmderrd by. Mrs. Humphries and Mr. Kord with Miss Vera Olanville as accompanist. -The Gui.liirKislies.to cordially thank all, who in any way contributed' to the success o( the n Tvps tht; npal sum Wesley Kadics'' AM' at their bazaar yesterday nftanoon. Tit prizes In (he pin cushion contest were won .by Mrs. Ilujr.cr first ant) Mrs. D. A. si-cohd.nHfs .Metjv.y did the judging. The booths were in charge ol tie. following Fancy work Mrs.. Allison, Mrs. Olrnjstcr Mrs. P. II. Askrol't.' I.ayc'ocV, Mrs. Free.- burger.nnrl 51rs. D. A. Smith. .Pierce, Mrs. Hicks and Mrs: Vv. .Klovers Gtoen, Mrsf'flnfncr'-af.d Tea Mrs.-Paw- son, Mrs. Ourr s.nd Mrs. Martin. Best Needle Craft MISS E. W. F1LMER EXPERT IN ART NEEDLEWORK AND EMBROIDERY. CAN. SUPPLY YOU THE GIFT THAT IS DIFFERENT At Bawden Hull Block The annual fowl supper beld at Westminster Methodist church last evening, liiider tho .auspices of th? Adult Flible class, proved a great suc- cess'. The tables looked very allract Ive, and a goodly number enjoyed tbe well-prepared supper, alter whlcb E splendid progmnmc was rendered as follows: Solo by Mr.-W. Stoll; a tab- leau, entitled "Earl at the solo by- Winnie represent- ing a Japanese; tableau, entitled "Clinging lo the duet.by .In Susie and Ruby Slmm; rec tation, "Jlow Palbcr was Inlllated Leah a tal ll-au, "His" rily piano. b Mr. by Mri..'.Francis a tableau, "Before end- After- Mar solo by. Daisy Holmes.' Oeo. lj. Taylor, president of the cupled Die COFFEE ,and BAKING POWDER fn every Instance where you use Blue Ribbon you save money. They go further and so cost less .than any other. Order a can of Blue Hlbbon Coffee and Baking I'owder when next In your gro- cers. The result Is sure lo please. Sold with money, back guarantee, ;