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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlt^ii'silny, l>ePcml)OT 12, lftl2. rm: lethbiJI^gt: daily herald MILADI EDITED BY "INO" PHONES Office 1224 Res. 1116 Mo^loBHf-s tomorrow; Mrs. Arthur Ilnyr, 151(i Seventh av. cnup South, nnil uftor Now Year's on the fIrBt Frldny of the month. ' �  � Not receiving tomorrow: Mrs. J. M. Altkcn.    InvltationB have boon Issued for a (llnncT party at Covernmont Honsis, Ottawa, on Saturday, December 21.  * * . Miss Lcttlcc Bentluy, who was 111 nt the Gait. Hospital, was sufficiently recovered to be able to return home this morning. : '    Dr. L. n. Mason visits Medicine Hat twico n week in the Interests of his profession. Ho was there on Tuesday and Incidentally attended the dance on Tuesday evening, given by the Medicine Hat Tennis Club, which certainly knows how to entertain. �   The engagement Is unnounccd of Dora, daughter of Air. Potor Elson, M.P., and Mrs. Elson, to Louis A. L. Wood, B,A., B.D., Ph.D., of Robertson Presbyterian ^Collfege, Edmonton, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Goo. \Voog  Per pound .'...... I �*W PRUNES, 4 A� Per pound ....... 1 WW MIXED NUTS O0f� � Per pound ...... CVW ORANGES Per MIXED PEEL OfXtk Per pound ........ �VW TABLE FIGS A Per pound........ I Special 20 Ibi. SUGAft '25 BEST ONTARIO OHm CHEESE, lb....... cue To^".^.^".. $1.65 Westminster Store NEAR ELLISON MILLS PHONE 364 The Oxford Euchre cluo will meet tomorrow evening 'with Mra. Burnard, 307 Seventh avenue South.    The W. C. T. U. will meet in the auditorium of the Y. M. C. A, at 3..30 tomorrow afternoon, when ail the members are urged to be present.   The Flower Guild acknowledge with gratitude the donation of enough flowers to supply the wards when they visit the hospital tomorrow after-noon. The gift comes through the courtesy of a friend, whose name is witiiheld.    The Ladles' Aid of Wesley Church mot yesterday afternoon. Remnants flora the Tecent sale brought In over ?20.00. The ladies decidetl to give a Christmas donation to the Detention Home, and they will not meet again until after New Year's.    The Westminster Ladles' Aid held a well-attended meeting yesterday afternoon at the iipme of Mrs. .Arthur Butler. A great deal of routine business was transacted, after: which dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. . ; ' The Jtathesis club met yesterday afternoon, with Airs. William Ingram, Fourth avenue, with twenty-four members present. Seven new members. Including Mrs. J. D. Higlnbotham, Mrs. E. U. Ryiands, Mrs. J. S. Stewart, Mrs. J. .lacksbn, Mrs. David Donald, Mrs. D. A. McKerricher and Mrs. Rhynd Jamleson, joined the club. Two very fine papers on Canadian history were read by Mrs. B. B. Mccarty and Mrs. T. R. Davidson. A committee was appointed to confer with the Woman's .Civic club and the School board with regard to a public libTary.    Remember' the hospitals. Tennyson says: \ They that wan^der at will 'where the works of the Lord are revealed 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 spring, They freshen and sweeten the wards like the wntt of an angel's wing. The citizens of Lethbrldge can remember the hospitals by setting aside Friday evening, December 27, to attend the progressive euchre in the K. of P. hall, by which the Flower Guild hopes to raise- enough funds to carry tlioni through the winter in supplying flowers to 'ward patients. If you cannot go that evening you can materially assist by buying a few tickets, which are placed at nominal prices within the reach of all, DAN MWY RECEIVES IHE CALL FIERY POLITICIAN AND CLEVER JOURNALIST HEARS THE LAST GREAT SUMMONS Montreal, Dec. 11.-Daniel McGllll-cuddy, one of the best known Journalists In Canada, died today in his sixty-second year, #t his residence Grenadier rond, after a protracted ness. As a youth, Mr. McGllllcuddy learned the printing trade in Quelph. He took over tho Goderlch Signal, and n'luio It one of the leading weeklies In Ontario. He was an ardent Liberal and bocanio known us an effective campaign sponkor. In addition to his Jou.unllstlo activities In Oodwlch he FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Shopping Economies At The Hudson's Bay Stores This week we again present a list of wonderfully good values for your afmroval and acceptance^ Ladies' Blouses and Coats, Children's Coats, Men's Suits and Underwear, Irish Linen Table CloOm and Men's and Children's Slippers are but a few of the lines we are placing on sale at special prl^ concessions for this week end. Every department has good news for shrewd arid careful buifer^ Read every word of this advertisement and SHOP EARLY FRIDA Y MORNING Ladies' Silk and Chiffon Blouses Regular values up to $7.50 for $2.65 ^ Bargain in Irish Linen Table Qotfis ' mi    1, 1 ii ,1 ____t i'1 .. . _____ _____1___ For Ericlay and Satui'day ^ve are ]>uttijig out on liarg-aiii Tables Four JJo7X'ii Ladies' Blouses in an immense variety of quite new styles-such wanted Messaline, Chiffon, Taffeta, Tanialine, Net, Bended Chiffons, and .\ll-over Lace-brown tan, navy, green, black, Avhite and nianV other novelty shadings. All sizes, 34 to 42. Up to W.OO val- S9.95 LadieHVFall Coat lies for . .; .. CliihIrcii'K FaU Coats-Up to $5.50 values for ............. $2.95 Laiiics' Seal IMiish Coats S23.50 Odd Lines in Wool Gaiters and Overalls were sold in regular way up to 65c 25c This is indeed news that should bring many early shop-pers to our Dry Goods section. Friday morning about 300,' Table Cloths, what are known as over-bleached and sec-' : onds, in floral and conventional designs; all sizes from 2!' yards square up to 2^^ by SVi. Sizes for long or short-; tables, round,'square or Oval tables. There is a great deal of difficulty in obtaining just the^' wanted whiteness -when bleaching-in some cases they g�f r. over-bleached and are then-classed as seconds and go in ^ 'th others of imperfect weave-imperfection is so slight ; that you would not know that it was there unless we told ! you. These will all be on sale on Friday and Saturday it * about half value. Regular values 12.00 to 10.00. On ; Friday and Saturday.................. $1^ te UM Reductions in the Men's Wear Dq>t Men's Suite :: $11.9S Beautiful China for Xmas Gifts In the Crockery Department we have on Sale'pieces of China worth twice or three times ns much as we are asking tor them on Friday and Saturday. AH kinds of tleslgns and all nseful gifts In show In tho China:'Department. Friday and CAm Saturday, per piece 25 cenU and..................^.iH'...................... OUU MEN'S TWEED AND WORSTED SUIT6-iMad� in good) �tyto, in the latMt from fine quality imported materials. Suiti are lined with (tne-quality Italian CMk and interlined with Hair Cloth and Canvas, which preventa fronts of coat 4oubHaf. Colors are brown and dark, mixed effects. Sixe 35 to 40. Regular value up to $20.00; Friday and Saturday........................... Cretonnes Men's Pants MEN'S PANTS in good quality tweeds an4 f2.50 suit; Friday and Saturday, per suit..... 91 aVW Men's Felt Slippers .MEN'S FELT SLIPPERS, red checks, combination leather sole and heels; regular 85c; Friday and Satur- CA' weight, heather mixtures, all sizes. Regular ^"l tttt 35 pair, Friday and Saturday, 5 pair for........91 aUU ��"dKl J : Per pair Don't Fail to Bring the Little Ones to Toy land on the Second Floor Sale Goocis Are For Cash Only Savings in the Grocery Department TWO DOZEN EGGS 7Cm FOR ................... i5#B 2 lb: LOMBARD PLUMS 4 Per tin ................. I U6 2 lbs LOMBARD PEACHES Otlt^ Per tin.................CUC 2 lb. Lombard Strawberries 9Am Per Tin.................CUG MIXED CANDIES, Per pound...... B. C. APPLES, 6lbs. for............... 2Sc 25c 1 lb. Jar of SMITH'S JAM 9f| ing Curds, that are "dilferant" from an Arts and Crafta Work< er. Artistic Seplu photographa of (he Mountains, from Banff. Ar* you intsrssladf The Brown B�|ly Tea Room .'Bcom;4,VMii-cdo)ial!l"�IH��'-i ;