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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUUHAY, KEHKUAKY 11, 1911 TUB LETHBixlDGE DAl'LY HERALD PAGE XIXH Monday Will Be Another "Half-Price" Embroidery Day The Third ;uitl Last Day oL' unt; ul' iliV must successI'uI ijuick iiftion salvs liavi' ever alfempU'il. il (iiki's it lol ul' hitsv sclfinu; lo deal' 2000 ul' lint if. Fri- day mid Sal urdiiy's t-rowd HOHI inucs on M 011- iluy. will Inn) (lie trick1 -nicely. 45 Inch Swiss Fiouncings 27 Inch Swiss Fiouncings Dainty Baby Fiouncings Corset Cover Embroidery All-Over Swiss Embroidery Bandings, Edgings, Insertions IIP on.snip .-it EXACTLY HALFRRICE AlloviT Liu'cs. Allovcr and Jhx-ss Triin- ininfirs will be on sale for tho last liiiio. 20 jici1 (Tilt. Oil'. RYLANDSICO. The Busy Store MILADI Phones Kes.1115 Office 1224 Bow Island Political Pow Wow (attended A Inniiuel giv- i.e." by the How Island Doard of Trade. Bovv- Island Conservatives held a! wlicn citizens of tlie town celebrated their success valh (he munEripal gas rally las{ night vvuen. ..Ceo. HoaiJIey, XeUon Spencer, .M.I'I', of Medicine and Dr. J. S. Kiewert of "I.xlriuiidge were the tjieakerf. After tho rally .the visitors enterprise. James Simpson, for oS years a dent "of nootie. Ont, Is dead, aged TO Mr VALENTINE old lady hor TT The gardener hit lurntiis an ri1 Hut 1 pialse IT. miirincr loveth tile CC1 The boRalellu player liis Q Tlia bushatidtiiaii 1'jvetii oattl ana UK Hut I love U. The fonlisii have need of VV TliO'ncior nmn hti Q The pilot of iwo eiceilei U Hut I need IT. The hunter he seehc-lh il.r J.I Th'e Eliepberd sceketli I'. Tho college boys seek for tht'lr fiu 1I.AA, Dili ICQ. Mrs. Weir of Calgary, who has i beeii a'gi'iest Kith Mrs'. C. H. llevinc. r. Ji Mrs. 0. A. SauEierfetm ami clausiiter, I.uella, lolt this arternoon for Cnlgary, to Epcnrl ten days wllh friends. Mr, Stokes of SUMler sveiit a. few days this week Mre. Kaer, ol Seventh avenue. Mrs. Slokes is re- maintng for two or three long- er.' Mr. Kenny and bride are. expected home this evening from their honey- rr.con irlp lo castc-rn .Mr. A. M. Grigc, manager of collecHon ngoucy of tlio International Harvester at Canada, Ltd., left ygblenlay oti a two weeks' -business Irli) lo t'ljicago. Mr. nnd Mrs. of Ketiton, Tejqlclng over tlie arrival of a son on 'VVedntsday morning. Mrfi. 13 ivith her Mrs, Daer. Seventh avenue. A briebt sletRhtnK pavly was eojoy- a by n number of young people on Today night, made to the lurm of Mr. H. ifearue. anj rmsk' were in order, and an nsenu wus served, after jully bunch retunifd tn city. Those present included lite Misses Hrown, fcs, Harrison, W, Glaz- ier, Adams, ITcarpe aid Mfpsrs. Has A. Stewart, ft Se- cord. Jl. Jlearce, H. Jlf-nrne and Jlar- rlson. Mrs. Gtrtiudf Hail- y. il.A.M., C'.P. T.CJj., baa thp LIB or- ganist o! AVesley chiircli over a num- of applieaiits. Hailey is piano teacher at the Conservatory of Music, and formerly Uie robH of organist of AVesH-y churcli for two years, during which leiil Eattsraclion. Tl.-- applicants all teeted ami ttIM out In si work, go tbat Mra. IJilloy's purcess is dim to merit ouly. Oonsratulationv are due Mrs. Bailey, -A-ill com- her tomorrow. Tim MatLesis .club :ieh! a rti.iti delightful aoctal function at the ouit; of Dr. and A, M. I.aifert> on Friday evening, at -A-hicb they tertalncd Over Eiftv puests were preasnl. The home 'was_ artistically (Jecoratct with cuptfls and iioartt garUndei from the elccUoilers to the corners of room, while crimson carna Uona adder! their note of color ac fragrance to the general srheme. Guessing contests keenly en joyed. Mrs. W. F. M Stoltzd won the favors In the con teat. things not heard o fifty years Allen Jack se- cured the trophy, for the number o homelier husband will I .33 liiiisti. whit. lilue. srceii. yellow ami" rooi-, floral ar.ij conventional deigns. for hanging. ono a H value at Sai'Jrelay nlalit, yd. I.HC Ladies' Button Boots just to-night Three Hue.-: o[ Indies' lluttou Hoots to clear out torigM at exceptionally low prices. One Hue Is in J'aioat another In (lunmetat; other is Mel Kid Lctit with Patent tip; Cuban heels. All sites in liie lut CO AQ Dainty Combinations-Ready-to-wear T-adies' Couibinaiions in soft English trirnnicd with fine linen torchon lace, flttir.g at the knees. Just tvi-cnly-five ol these to go on sale- tonight. Au ei- good value.................................. 1 DC For the little folks, Night Dresses 68c Children's Night Dresses for children from 1 to IS years of age. They have dainty tucked froDts, high necks, trimmed with lace. Also a line of Flanneletce Guwus Mtlj silk embroidered CO Irlmmlnz. Saturday night OOC Smart Neckwear at cut prices Men's 30c Neckwear in and fancy designs, made from pure EuBlisli and Aniorican silks. and flow- lug end styles. 2 for................................... COC Men's Suspenders Jlcn'E good jlrong elastic velibing, trlnimed with soil while Toklo leather, neat colorings. Deeular value iOc. Saturday nigut, tier CwC Treats in the Grocery'Section Huntlcy and Palmer's Bis- pleasing- aud tempt-J Per pound..........I A fresu Eliiiunent cf large, juicy Oranges to go on sale tonight Just lier dozen CwC FOR THE LITTLE SPECIAL CANDY, per .Thp Wonian's Civic ciuh met in the k'.M.C.A.'auditotium on Tliuisday af- ieinoon. A nupihcr oi routir.c details were discussed, anrf completed for the. card party, to be ;eld in.tho H. 0. K. ball Monday night nest. i ias Eva Frame and E. Paiteson llio prize winners at the. pro- gressive Trhist. given by Jliss Etlio Wallace on'Thliisday evening. The Order of Moose nas is sued Invitations io a dancs !o be held In. the Knights of Pythias hall on -Monday, February 23. Tho commit- tee In charge Includes .Messrs. .1. K. Clarke, C. S. McGuire, A. B. Stellar, II. Donaldson and O. Allison. r Tile whlsf "drive held In St. .Mary's rish rial! last evcnjng, under the auspices of the Companions of the Forest, was a very enjoyable affair. Fourteen lohles were In play, the prizes being won by Orahnm, Mrs. Dolton, Mr. Arnold rmd .Mr. II. Hinninp. wlille tho went to-Miss Arnold and Mr. Mcllvena. In tho social hour which followed pleas- Ing ruins -were given by Sliss Dnisy Holmes, Mr. Jarvis and Mr. Hone. The serving of inviting refreshments concludtd the pleasant event. t BALLANTYNE A pretty wedding look jilate yes- terday afternoon nt tlie home of >tr. and Mrs.-Win. D. Fourth av- enue North, Vlicii Mlts Irene Isabel Hallanlync, of SI. Mnry's Ont.. te came the brlitc of Mr. Wm. niljfon Kenny of TX'.thlirMge, Alberla. The ceremony was performed hy Itev; Wyllc 0. Clark. The bride was gown- ed in ivory chameuse, with drapfngs of chiffon, aiid trimmed with Oriental lace. Her bouquet was of valley H1- lles and white Isabel Lnid'law, (n pale blue crepe, attended tho hridc, ant] carried the ring, em- Uedded in ft basket orchids. Am- ong those present at (lie ceremony 'were Mrt, Vno wis cojlum- cd In click ailln; Mist Itnlyne of Wmonlon, In cruam Mtln with hfo Irlmrolax: Miss Kvelyn Bailey in golden-crowii. velvet, and Miss Cranston, in maize brocade with a croceei. Mr. and Mrs! Kenny Ifft yesterday .ivheie they will Star.' e'd him every'success in' profession. Cliibs and Societies. members of the Young Ladies' class of. church are remind- ed tiial tomorrow. Is the special monthly colection for I lie (lass fund. Strangers will always be cordially welcomed. The Women's -Foreign Misslonary society of Knox church met on Fri- day afternoon, with fifteen memhers present. Mrs. McKenzio and Mrs. McClcnaghnn were. In charge of the programme. A splendid paper on ".Missionary Boards" was read .hy -Mrs. E, U. Hylands. while Mrs. Me- Kenzle took up the third chapter of tlie. sludy boojf. t Tiie iaolos ot the Fifth avenue Bap- lisltlst church moc nt the home of Mrs. fJrepii on Thursday afternoon. The society was and the officers now are: President, Mrs. Lit- lo; vice-president, Mlsa Dell; secre- ary-tre.isurcr. Mrs. Stlnbaneb.' A :ale of work has been decided on for r'elfrimry 2fi, commencing at ISiree >'clock In the afternoon, and follow- ed in Ihe evening by u birthilay so- at 'which'a musical programme ill bo refreshments served. Gifts of home, eoofttng will )0 gratefully received on the.after-" loon of the above-mentioned date. The balance of tho lime was spent n after which dainty viands were Kerrcd by the hosless. .cunt, r COUCH) 4COLK Mr., H. Osllmid is 'now a full iledg- cd disciple cif Blacksloi.f. He ivas sworn io-a mrmhfr o! (he Sir before lion. JU, Justice Heck al Calgary, being presenlcd hy Mr. T. U. Aiktn ol Ait en, Wright (Hl- 'Mis wclcomcil Sir. Ostluml in (clifltoiw .tctins anil n'isli- ;