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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY TIER ALT MILADI EDITED BY INO PHONES Otflce 1224 1116 m Hostesses tomorrow Arthur 151H Seventh oniic1 and after New Years on Iho first Friday of the Not receiving tomorrow Invitations have been Issued fora dinner narty at liovurninont on December Miss who was 111 lit the Gajt was sufficiently recovered to bo able to return home this Mason visits Medicine lint twico a wcelt in the Interests of his Ho was there on Tuesday and incidentally attended the dance on Tuesday given by the Jclne Hat Tennis which certainly knows to The engagement lu announced 01 daughter Peter Bison and to Louis L of Uobertsoi Presbyterian onl son of and of Central The marriage will take place at Miss Elaine Conybeare pas the rflison detre of a daintyhandkerchiel which claimed Miss Rogers as hostess yesterday Ten guests were and a happy spent over the tea In pro sen ting the exquisite The hostess welcomed her guests wearing a black velvet The tea table was attractively done in crimson and wag pre sided over by Seatle and Miss wore a modish costume of navy with white embroidered black and white with mount while Miss ore a soft clinging gown of black silk with scarlet and black The deft assistants were Miss Dlxon in pale blue silk and black beaver chapeaiu and Miss Hjginbotham In navy bhie with touches of red and black picture bat white trim i In the account of flic BaerJlanley which appeared one statement Seen a little Theldiningiroorn set was 1 If easy the tasty the economical an easy dish of select Atlantic No every bite a glad Ami that bracy ocean flavor It com pels eager Simple recipes with pack Ask your dealer for HALIFAX and ACADI A CODFISH not given by the Dawdim but by the Hawden ami their Miss of Kroe tiio only woman in Can who edits a financial and com mercial is In the guest of and Joseph 151 LaiiKloy Miss Hind was a Lcthhridge visi tor during the DryKannlng A but pretty wedding was celebrated by the at Ithe parsonage at threethirty yester day the principals being Miss Katharine of and the of Bar The bride was gowned in smartly tailored suit of navy The wedding was necessarily a inlet owing to the illness ot the brides Miss Melinite camb to Coalhurst from about a year and during that time has been a most successful teacher in thevi cinity of The groom is well kuowu and very popular with the people In and around where lie ministers to the Methodist a wedding trip of a week or ten days Hand reside at1 CLUBS AND SOCIETIES CHRISTMAS GROCERIES AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES Per pound Per pound MIXED NUTS Per pound ORANGES Per MIXED PEEL Per pound TABLE FIGS Per pound 10s 30o 20c 15c Special 20 SUGAS ff 4 Of fer 4 I BEST ONTARIO PER BOX 20c Westminster Store NEAR ELLISON MILLS PHONE 364 The Oxford Euchre cluo will meet tomorrow evening with 307 Seventh avenue The Cv will in the auditorium of the at tomorrow when all the members are urged to be The Flower Guild acknowledge with gratitude the donation of enough flowers to supply the wards when they visit the hospital tomorrow after The sift comes through the courtesy of a is The Ladies Aid of Wesley Church met yesterday Remnants from the Tecent sale brought in over The ladies decided to give a Christmas donation to the Detention and theywill riot meet again until after New The Westminster Ladies Aid held a wellattended meeting yesterday af ternoon at the home of A great deal of routine busi ness was transacted after which dainty refreshments were served by he The Mathesls club met yesterday with William Fourth with twentyfour memj bers Seven new ncluding David McICerricher antTMrs Rhynd joined the Two very fine papers on Canadian liistory were read by Mc Carty and A committee was to con fer with the club and the School board with regard to a lublic Remember the Tenny son says They that wander at will where the works of the Lord are reveaJed Little guess what joy can be got from a cowslip out of the field Flowers to these spirits in prison are all they can know of the They freshen and sweeten the wards like the waft of an angels The citizens of Lethbridge can re member the hospitals by setting aside Friday December to at tend the progressive euchre in the of by which the Flower Guild hopes to raiseenough funds to carry them through the winter in supplying I flowers to Ward i If you cannot go that evening you can materially assist by buying a few which are placed at nominal prices within the reach of I FIERY POLITICIAN AND CLEVER JOURNALIST HEARS THE LAST GREAT SUMMONS McGilli one of the best known journa lists in died today in his sixtysecond fit his residence Grenadier after a protracted As a McGlllicmldy learn ed the printing trade la He took over the Ooderich and it one of the leading weeklies in He was nn ardent Liberal ami became known as an effective campaign In addition to his activities in Gctlerich he FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Shopping Economies At The Hudsons Bay Stores This week we again present a list of wonderfully good values for your approval and acceptance Ladies Blouses and Childrens Mens Suits and Irish Linen Table Cloths and Mens and Childrens Slippers are but a few ofthe lines we are placing on sale at special price concessions lor this week Every department has good news for shrewd and careful buyen Read every word of this and SHOP EARLY FRIDAY MORNING Ladies Silk and Chiffon Blouses Regular values up to for I 111 in Irish Unen Table Cloths For Priclay and Saturday aro putting out on Bargain Tables Four Dozen Ladies Blouses in an immense of quite new wanted Ohif Bended and Allover white novelty All 34 to to val ues Childrens Fall to values Ladles Scar Plush Coats 25c Odd Lines in Wool Gaiters and Overalls were sold in regular way up to 65c Beautiful China for Xmas Gifts In the Crockery Department wo have oh pieces ot China worth twice or three times as much as we arc asking for them onFriday ami All kinds ol designs and all useful gifts in in the China1 Friday and per piece 25 cents wUw This is indeed news that should bringmany early shop pers to our Dry Goods Friday morning about 300 Table what are known as overbleached and sec in floral and conventional designs all sizes from 2 yards square up to 2 by Sizes for long or short or Oval There is a great deal of difficulty in obtaining just the wanted whitenesswhen some cases they get overbleached and are thenclassed as seconds and go in with others of imperfect is so slight that you would not know that it there unless we told These will allbe on sale on Friday and Saturday at about half to On Friday and Saturday to Reductions in the Mens Wear Dept Mens Suits MENS TWEED AND in goof In the modtta from fine quality imported Suits lined with tine Italian Ukitk and interlined with Hair Cloth and which prevents fronts of coat Colors are brown and dark mixed Size 35 to Regular value up to Friday and Mens Pants Cretonnes MENS PANTS in good quality tweeds and worsteds allgood dark Sizes 32 to Regular values up to Friday and BEAUTIFUL CRETONNES IN FINE ASSORTMENT OF COLORINGS Regular values 25c per yard Friday and Saiurday 12 c Sale of Slippers What more useful girt could you make than a nice warm cosy pair of slinpers for Here are a few of the many lines on sale for the week Childrens Slippers CHILDRENS NAVY SLIPPERS all felt with instep sizes and values up to 50 Friday and per Friday and for Sizes 11 Friday and CHILDRENS PLAID Com bination leather and felt soles Sizes 7 to II Values up to day and Saturday WWW Womens Slippers WOMENS BOUDOIR light and in red and black regular value Fri day and Mens Union Suits MENS UNION in natural wool good fitting Size 34 to value Friday and Saturday Mens Underwear MENS NATURAL WOOL UNDERWEAR In Winter weight ribbed natural Sizes 34 to 44 regular ttl AC suit Friday and per 9 I iWW per pair Mens Felt Slippers FELT red combination leather solo and heels regular S5e Friday and SaturOfl Better MENS PLAID SLIPPER buckle fasteners good value at 5160 Fri iia yarid Saturday OK Winter Half Hose MENS SCOTCH FINGERING WOOL HALF Heavy heather all Regular fl1 flfl 35 Friday and 5 pair I Dont Fail to Bring the Little Ones Toy land on the Second Floor to Per pair Sale Goods Are For Cash Savings in the Grocery Department TWO DOZEN EGGS FOR 2 LOMBARD PLUMS 2 Ibs LOMBARD PEACHES Per tin 2 Lombard Strawberries Per Tin f rtx 1UC Oh CUU MIXED Per 25c 25c 1 Jar of SMITHS JAM Per Sale Goods Can not be Exchanged HUDSONS BAY STORES umed and carried out a government contract ior he construction of a which tliree contractors had tried and About ten years ago lie disposed of the and was fcr a limp In the government service at Subsequently he moved to Calgary and ostablisliotl Caigary Xuws which proved a financial failure at that After a lihcl suit involving Hob IMj of the Calgary i MnOillicmldy returned to the j Prior to the last Dominion election liflj o into prominence by a personal difference with some Liberal Fcr the past year lie has lived quietly j n Toronto McGillicuddy leaves a widow and two sons and t one of the Miss being employed on the Calgary NewsTele HAD A CHAT EN ROUTE were held today between Al frcd Von tie German foreign and one of the Bulgarian peace plenipotentiaT who passed through the German capital on his way to BOUGHT A BIG FARM Carter and two of have purchased acres of farm land three north of Wilkie for The block consists of nine and one half of which five and lonehalf sections were owned by the I HOW DID PANKY LIKE IT Bmmeline Panfehurst was howled down in an at to address a suffrage meeting at Norwich although admis sion had been by ticket to insure sym TOO DRUNK TO FEEL IT North intox icated foreigner leaped from the Soo eastbound Canadian Pacific Huilway cxpress near on Tuesday when he train was travelling about forty miles nn A search party found the man beside the track still and not seriously meiu store aged 23 fell forty feet from a rope attached to the and was FRIENDLY SOCIETIES GROWING ihe last nine years the membership of fne friendly societies has increased 50 per and tlio capital has doubted it FATAL FALL OF FORTY FEET j working on a Vhimnoy on Robinsons depart In our WOMANS EXCHANGE we have dainty handmade Greet ing that are different from an Arts and Crafts Work Artistic Sepia photographs of the from Are you interested The Brown Belly Tea Room Room Mrtcdonald ;