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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1913 THE 1-ETHKRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN CLARKE THE LADiES' STORE Exceptional Saturday Values In Cold Weather Wearthings Most Wanted Right New 25c Saturday. Hosiery Sale 25c WORTH UP TO 45C. Ladles' fleece.lined hose. aUo splendid quality cashmeres. In plaiu and ribbed, und lieavy ribbed worsted stockings for boys' and girls' school wear, shown In all sizes from six to ten Inches. Saturday Fur Sale 20 per cent off INCLUPING OUR ENTIRE FUR STOCK Mink Scarfs and Muffs. Totaled Fox sets, Isa- bella Fox sets, blue Wolf Bets, Columbia Sable sets, Hlver Mink sets. PersIan Lamb sets and odd pieces all at the same rate of reduction. Warm Winter Mitts and Gloves Including worth 45c per pair Fine wool double knitted Mills in navy, brown black and white, also a big selection of warm knitted Gloves in a complete range of all the wanted colors, sizes eight On sale to-morrow at the very low price oj 25 cents per pair Saturday Underwear Sale WORTH UP TO ISitra fine nua'.ity veste and drawers in famous Watson's Unshrlnkuble make, very rib, soft and warm, beautifully finished seventy per cent wool and guaranteed to filve the greatest amount of service. Saturday .Coat Sale r WORTH UP TO Splendid ucw styles in browns, greys, and nov- elty mixtures, heavy, serviceable blanket clmlis of (be well fcnown ".Northway" icahe. MILADI Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 .WOMAN Xot for she was not ioned. so, 't A riingjing ot the bitter and sweet; I.ips that can laugh and sigh whisper A ripple of excitement was felt 1 throughout the social circle of Cardston. it was that the Miss Hose E. Archibald, daUihttr ot j Mr. .and Sirs. A. It. Archibald, had and become the wife of Phil. K. l.yinn. Tlie ceremony, it was tlibaghl. 0[ hope and trust and happiness to have been day following plete, IChriatnits, nut wltt.out notifying Or speak harsh .Iruihs eyes that can 'many friends it performed by (lash with'fife, President Thos. Uuee on Christinas Or wake, themselves but wells ol ten- Eve, with cnly fte immediate rela- Uerness of the two families present. Wherein is drowned all bitterness and] The is one of t'ardstcn's most charming ladies, was attired in Varm eyes whose lightest glance is a while voile, and unattended. The caress. 'wedding WAS at 6.30 o'clock, and was Heaven sent her here to brighten this followed by a sumptuous wadding re- otd earth, past served at the Archibald hosr.e Acd only Heaven fully knows her Second street. u wortii. I Mrs. Lyrhn is siiil a member of ihe rlltwclt. teaching stall of the Cardston Public .'school, and will not till Miss Marguerite SteveMun, 1251 summer.- The you'm couple will take 4th Ave., is visilir.s Iriei.ds i-i up temporary resiJrncc ou Main SI. Medicine Hat. t n each stafi were fitb- A l'_ J tr "pvlllmg 'pitting in'new happened .to Ihe "Western Oil stop 'was tJienvortiiien lelt-for Tinch- Irom of Park advised 'the re- an ct--'ma leriat the govp rn riter paid more Itan a visits lbC C0m" LC possible ex-, r ccption of thc.Pinchcr com-1 nothing further will be "Mai: in his next story on the South Kootenai Oilfields'- will _....... never clearly fcu of came under his -wlro.'iEsiTUck-d (he .local notice in this interesting district. Madge-Streight, o. Canary, MCTZTEJI-U31BEAUPH and Miss WilHie, of Hed Deer Ladies'-! A vttims solemnized at College, arc-vholiday visitors-.with' ?V.'s Parsonase this mornim paid for'and arc now busy to tbe park yJi-A' pole rig was used at S.-'as the equipment- a't the of Cameron-Creek was called. _Notie of tbe other companies Ynat came in-tfi the oil district- wotk on the prairie. After theHocky Mountain Davelopnient company was settled and doing business, the Pinrh- er Creek Development company secur- ed about the hoight-of land in (he pass-west and south the "Oil CHjr-1'" Securing a tempor- ary outfit, they started to cross oil rights of the. Uocky Mountain I company. This was the cue for a scrap. Not only fliU the manager; of, the "Oil City" crowd object, but the men swore' that so long as the law: allowed their comFAny to-possess Ihe land on which they were operating, they would never- yield to allowing the other to" cross. H is lold of them that a part of the works were closed and the men stood on" guard, the machinery to For days the men on the trail slept under" their canvas, 'vriiile a meRsen- Tor .tbe" proper. author- ity. JVKcn.tMs they" Uhunp.hanl- and defiant- ly 'drove 'their" mules past the very office windou' ol the manager oE the. Kocky Mountain company. The ol tbe Pi richer Crceh Development company is said to. show excellent oil. Very Hltle actual work was jlotie, ,lmi the company is still operatjve and, it is said, fs'norc pro- posing lo start development work anew in the 'South Kootenai Pass, The company is composed mostly of r-TpUalists in the town ot PEnchcr Creek. j The South Kastccn Hritish Colum- 1 hi a Rand and Oil company is tbc long namd hy which V another company which operated nalcd, .This company caimot work 6i I. drilling fs'- concerned. INSTALLS BARBER -SHOP FOR THE CHURCH CHOIR New York, Dec. 'ijiecfar barber is'the fateat'inripyaliorf rri church life.. St. Georse'j EpTico- pal Church, which the'Ute Mr. J. Plerpbint Morgan endowed with half doljars, has" jnitalt- ed a" barber shop for the'choir. The'Rev. Karl JpeHand, ihe In announcing the new diy said: r' "For the sake of uniformity m the 'appearance of our on Sundays, and a'lliaht evj: dence of parochial appreciation, we have aislgned a barber to the bpyj on Saturday mornlngt and on Sundays'before service's. "One of our night men, Julius Kallman, who was'at one a barber, is encjaged In thlt unusual but to ui important work.1' Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Rv lands, 5tiss Elsie Limbeaugli, of NCK- _ il'hiladerpnia, Ohio, jvas united in Mrs. Heuter are en- marriage to Mr. George Louis Melz- icrtaioing the'.formtr'a sister, Miss tcr, of -Maylutfe, Alberta, the Erarr.a Iteiiter-o.of and c- Grant pet forming the ceremony, nephew, of Cal- as'! reside at (or thejMliday _ The Muy taur-.of to Mr. H.'.fc- McCal-J Kno.v. inanse was' the scene of a lurn, of n-as solenmiied at u-pdding. on Christmas Eve., Xanton yestefdav. Mr'.. Mrs. Mc: ,vheu the liev. A; 0. Carperon united allurhjWiH.reside In" raartiage Miss Miomri Alice- Cult ---it-' '-t.-l Mr' Invitations Jiaye received )jy- of Spring .Cpylec.' The bride's parents Mrs. .C. P. I'.'Conybeire, president, wtrq the .witnesses.. Jlr. and_ Mrs. of.the Hospiial Woman's .Aid." the Aclielierg wllj reside on the Slower .Ouild jiiii tbe- Sick-room ?un-. lafiii heir Spring Coulee. oearns (or the! oMcers and 'members ol.'.theJatiovc.rnenticneS socittlep to the-graduatioti. the 'Gait hospital.M New Year's. cbnceiiied are.'kindly asked to 'take this'iptirnalidri of the. invitation. i, >lrs. J. B. Heuter dellghtlully Suitable for planting In Southern Albtrti are bfting by thi British Columbia Nurseries Co. Ltd. 'OF VANCOUVER, 8, C., ALSO. Small Fruit Plants, Shrubs and Roses TrtH for Lawn, for Beulcvirrft or Oirden, ill'of belt jnd 1 A RELIABLE MAN WANTED TO SELL FOR US 'tt P' Vfrlte tor full InformHlon Is 7th Arenue Vancouver, B.C. Klghtsr tortainert1 the Children's Sewing club on Wednesday morning at a Ctnist- j party. Eacti inember receive i a pret- ity' gift from the well laden .tree, and the season's dainties were served. from; three to five' Mrs.'. hostess a" CARSON-TAYLOR A quiet 'wedding was celebrated at! Wesley parsonage by the Rev. G. H. Cobbledick 'on Wednesday alternooa, when Miss Etliel Taylnr became hrlde of Mr! James Carsoa, both, of Coaltiuist. Mr. and Mrs. Carson will reside at Coalhursf.. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The annual festivities' of Westmin- NEW KING AND QTJKEX OF Prince Wtod and his consort, v.-ilb their dnuehter, 1'rlncess Maria KJcan- said lo tie one of trie prcltlcit children of European royalty. will ascend Ihe Ihrone of Albania late In January. r...... brocade; ..while ft'fiite; ch.rysaaOicF.ums 'and red and iwere .used: r.-riared by all. three schools, and large at-tendance of1 parents and adult friends would' he appreciated by the children. i fasteniid D The. cl'jb'- presented their i DEATH AT DETROIT OF GEORGE HORSE- I MAN AND CAPITALIST especially lli'c. anthfm, "It carae A SKI-JORING ing of a pure sweater, Kngadlno waterproof clftlh iklrt, and cap In-a billiard green slude, Ihe pultees anil tllc.knlckeri being of ttte same color, the-Bchenie completed 'rcitti1 'cape gloves and blaek fiasli. This a new eport'belnr Inlroiliiceil'lii'Cunnrla, the person bcmg'pullcd hofsd-wlillc on .gi dulU lha tppctLto and veakens the by laktflg i Hi-Dru-Cfl. Dysptpslt Tiblel if culoxit tht 'jrsclnj1. Wst' frljndi' for.suffwm from ft. ..of two o'clock -tomorrow afternoon at tlie-liome of Mis.-Heaeh, back of the Cale.lijnia Hail, i> j, The Christmas' dinner party held at Wesley clmrch last evening for your.g people away from lioine was a tiiMinct' briglil one and one to he remembered as a happy time lor tlie guests pres- nt Sixteen sat down to .1 well la.lcn board of iiirVey, plum pudding, mince pics, jellies, figs, nuls, etc., etc., in the a number ol .inters dropped in. i'he room hail hecn rTccoratpd witli palms, easy'cliai'rs, etc., that il presented a homelike "and cozy ap- A' splendid pro to whirh Miss Udy, Mr. Owen, Mr. liutton, Mr Cochrario anil others roritrllj-.ited. Thi. gathering dispersed at twelve o'clock with nnflcipation (if a.similar happj year. A leclmlcallty In tlie matter dales will require the drawing nji o A new dsdcrles: treaty between Can nda and the'United EUtes. Detroit, 'Hen- rio. capitalist am! horseman, and one f the pioneer builders of Detroit, died lElurJay evening In his home, GropFc .'ointo farm, following a strofco of apo- tlexy. Tiie end came, with liis wife nrt seven children ot Ills bedside. had been summoned when Mr. fcndrie was stricken Saturday morn- One year ago Mr. Hendrlc was trlcken similarly and he never com- pletely rc.cover.od. George Jfendrlc was born In Glas cow In 1831, At carlaee lino here. He was president... of the old Detroit fc HuSTalo Steam- boat Coaiiiany, Michigan Avemiq [.am] Company, and vice-president of Hie Comroerclal Xalional.nanh.'atiii hail been identified Ihv directorate of the Detroit Ravings Hank, WiQi-jflotto and the Detroit awl CteVelanil Navisa-.. tion Company. Mrs. Ilendrie, who survives Him. is the daughter of the laic Chat-lea C.-, Trowbrldse, mayor of Detroit in 1S3'. Their' cfilJdren are: Strathearn Hen- (Irie, >Tra. Hen.lly.Green, -Miss Jessie, George, Mrs. Sarah il. Wil- liam and Miss Margaret Uerjilriel Mra. F. K. Muir and Mrs. CoL-Girft'ore, .of Hamilton, arc sisters. drlc, the well-known a nephew. Kunoral arrangements ilavc not yet been made. 1 SHERIFF Wijlislon, X.D., Dec. re- twenty-f sighation of SJieriff thcT -s elgbt yoara lie cnmc to Canada, sel-lly Socialist un. n ling first in Hamilton, where, lic'coiii'Cornly, been 'demAntieil _ ducted a carriage business for'a time "suit ot the lyrirblng of C'.ovo CnlborL-" and a few yoars later removed lo son, mnrderer of-tbe Dillon family ID roil and, established the first freight last Auction Sale Of and Stock Cows AT LETH.BRIDftE SALE BAHN AT. TWO O'CLOCK ON Tuesday, December 3Oth KOUH KKKSH balance.iluc to calve soon; ages from 4 to 7 years. Cowa now at.barn. All these tttvs have been test-. fid for tuberculosis. TEN STBKlt CALVES. marefl awl geldings 4 lo S eolls froiu 1 to