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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Satiii'day, February 15,1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Patee 9 "SALADA" TEA reaches you just as it left the Gardensof Ceylon, with its fragirance aiiidt flavor unim BS8 In Sealed Lead Pnokets Only, Blsck, Green and Mixedi. MILADI EDITEa BY "INO" PHONES Office 1224 Res. 111S Miss, Mcl.eay has, retarnetl from a Very enjoyable trip to''Ciliforiiia. Mr. � and Mrs. Frank- 'A. Stoltzo leave in a week's time on an extended visit to Wisconsin and Illinois. "Mr. and Mrs. Gassford, bt Calgary, are week-end visitors with Mr. abd Sirs. George Moth. tho ralson d'etre of a very smart luncheon given by the club at the home of Mrs. T. R. Davidson at ono o'clock today. Valentino decorations wore prettily expressed in hearts and crimson cat-nations, the whole enhance^", the soft glow of crimson candles. A five-course lunohccn was served to . the twenty-four guests, tor whom covers were laid. JTOveii Quality 1yh.lii;tle Minnie :tebon, who. is^ very 'aepfous y.iljr^vlth-pneumon.:a>and whoQj>Jng'''a6ughiV. ,'i ,/ . Mr^.i lieboft: an^ littlp; daughters returned, l^st from Golden, B C  A rgeal^rijto from, Okotoks -has been serionBly-;r oggsidering Vulcau as au 1)e loc^te&'^ofore'^ prorogation uess. ' r , A:f-(;j4'and'J%,\Galbrdith havd gone'' to A^an?tji^ B. 0 , wUeie they aje opening ^ aV 'jseineral- itpre* busmess; Mtb. ..I. n. McLcod; who received yestpfday for the first time since her returh to Lothbridgo, had m�iny callers (iiiriag .iilic l%ni^l!j;'1v0%? nfthi^ afternoon. - . White and pink pj.rne(1/lons AlfSused their fragrance, .Tftj: fiofiie^s was gowned in groy si|^' fptieiine-. with touches of pink, ; C Miss DJegeth and Miss Hbbiaou wei'e hostesses of a bright Valentine party Streamers ot hearts adorned the hoiua while heart shaded lights were effective. A proverb hunt was a unique and happy way of Sinding partners, after which whist was played. Mis? -Matson and. Mr. Minor carried oft the; B. S5taffi?r4v;;#.?lb,'i:eOBivcd trophies, while .the consolations went xv-vi,.^.^ j^j^^ Esther Jones and Mr. Horgan. A dainty lunch was served at the ca-rd. tables after which dancing Was en-joy-ed. Among those bidden were Mrs. Minor, Miss Minor, Miss Gibson, Mls-s Heather, Miss Matson, Miss B. Matson, Miss Flett, Miss Holbert, Miss McPhse, Miss Esther .Jones, and Mei'srs, R. C. Minor, W. Minoi', Culh-mlng, pavfdspnrAllen, Rannard,' Gafl-sc.i, AndeTSdu.'R. MoiPhee J. McPlxee and Hoi'gap..- - ^ . Mrs. A." ,,_ ....., yesterday for the %iiiiv^.tim9'.' this season, welcomed fri�nj Xrlendij dur-tho.late hours of, tlil^'it.t;whoati, A .bright grate-flre and sin'slliny ";daffo--dils adorned the draiwinji;-joom, where the hostess received, \voaring a gr-ice-fiii gownot'wlilto and tilack striped mnon with laci tunic and-black ac-CenBOxies. She wm -agsiisbed by her � littie daughter, Margaret, m-' white serge with blue. rjUbonsj  Alrs' WiUlaip, ^.^Jftary^ and baby Eileen, ar man. re wefekJfifijd y^BttoJs }n Coie- Persian band-^ 'M hat'ficed" in I Mr. Lefflngwell's on the province of Alberta. � Mr. Yates, the toastmaster, proved himself very efHSient and COUSINS-ALAK AVISH A verv pretty wedding took place at, the' home of Mts. .Joseph ,Ala:ka- MessfB,, G^albraltti have been promi-^' shoiftty," to spepd \ 11^01}%.,-o* neut Ifttpx^ys In^thte district weeks in Wii.coH9l|^.^jt^Jl||nql8,^v Miss- Mol^odj:-ibt-"^or^ on Moiid'ay,'assuijiie ohaTga/pf the trimming depptvnpt of linB? Tllney's mflllineryparlor^i .   "  �i Mr, J, J. Ooylo, qf Cfilpary, who has bpen a-guest^Vlth hjp oousin, Mrs .�William  Clearyi r^tur^d home this afternoon, - , Mrs w. c. 'IresV*? j(ppt y>m "^"'r -- _________ coming theslarjse pmbft �-P*"*'^ congratulated on his yesiMprday during reCw/ijg^bPHSB- Fra- forts. grant-hyacinths Ip',pJotMSlp^i adoriked That not a dull moment wa,s spent the'pretty'home/., Mr?. -Jves wore a dur-mg the evening is proven by the French gown of � vWt^-Pp^\iroidered fact Jhat the guests-did not-^depart net^ over'silt with resiljlaco a^dRlaok until the small honrs of the morn- vfelvct-i.olaboration- -^lior flwgUter, mg. - . . ' EJjzabeth, jtrocked in aprbfbiiiSred  * v#hLte serg9 and ri^tonSii {idmlt- The St. Valentine dance given last ted, the guescs 1. evening; im the S.O.E. hall, under the ' '    ) combined auspices of tho Daughters lan-iDavid performpd the duties oi- 'Mrs' Trank A, Stpltz?, p^^Vident amd Maids of England and the' Sons 'bifidesmaid. Tlfe l>i^ide was handsome-ot the Mrfthesls ^l^b, /wlifl i leaves . ol Kngland, was without doubt pae ly attired in a lQy|ly handTemhrouler- sfepof the greatest successes ,o� tho sea- e/i crepe dcchcnf'-Wedding gown with rTcas son. The hall was en fete with a bridal veil and prauge blossoms, and Mrs. M. Mangin entertained astiig party in honor of heV brother, y".|tfr. Egan's, forty-ninth birthday. ..y.,.T Tbe-.;evening-:,was spent at cards; ind -^y^.Tiie -'ass[|i:w* Misslpa Mc-,' all smoked to Hheir; hearts'. cohtent..'j.^^^ in Cdp&^lji^f^'a blue "-toulard An elaborate turkey dinner was -yvjth lace accessories and white pic-servcd at eleven, after which the ture hat tacednn black, and Miss Kr-toasts proved the event of the even- kiiie, .in pineapple tissue with lace ing, particularly Mr. Egan's clover insertings and tan and black hat. response to tlic toast to himaelf apd - - - profusion ot bunting and ila^o, while \ f. garland.s of hearts carried out the valentine idea. Colortd lifi;hts werr, prcttilv effective, while the moonlight j wrtltics were particularly pleasing. Gaskell's four-piece orch: stta screened behind palms and potted plants, kindly loaned by Mr. .!. K. 'I'crriU, discoursed cxecllBnt music, whicluwas enjoyed by two hundred iviid forty guests. The Innovation in thi- form of a bu(tet supper, proved most succ'sstul, the buffet being in chargi^ of Mrs. Westlfcy, Mrs..Robins and Mrs. Wakc-iin. Mr. Westley made an cnicicnt master- of ceromoriics, while ilio committee was composed of Messrs. Gibson, Standing Roliiiis', Wakelin and .Sydal. -Dr. and Mrs. 'F.yHanna, Brantford, Ont., announce tjle mai'riug* of their daughter,, MuriM: Agnes, in Mr. -vvii-liam P. Hill, :6n,\;PhurEday evening, Y^':r\SJ'-~ P.. �X Rcfftfes-. �9�k. Mr.'anrl �Mt�. Hill wlil-i-rifisJde ai Lorobui'U, Sask.' The above'announcement is-of njijch local- Interest,, as the bride was .Ipirmprly a member of the public schqtJr staff of. this city, while the STooin, was at' one time connected With tho LBthbridge Morning News.' Many were the visitors, wlio came tO: formally welcome Mrs. A. M. Fisher, -when she received yestsrday afternoon for the" lii^st time in Leth-biridgc. Tliei hostess wore a becoming cos-tunie ot bronze satin with embroidered-scrim accessories. The''tea taBifl'-'^ya.'' centred with, a cluster of; pirikVcaiSttatJons resting bn a B&ttenborg fi'BC. o'clock cover, and w%S::|)reSi.d6d oV^Ejby Mrs. Cooper in cliftmpagne.yoil'^"^"''- -."'i- i ings'.and' Black '� Si. These Special Items on Sale Tonight 7:30 to 10 p.m. Only at the HUDSON'S BAY STORES A few lines only on Special Sale tonio'ht, l)ut wliat lines are on are in such articles that everybody is in need of and the prices quoted for tonight's selling are so far helow regular good value prices that most lines are sure to be cleaned up early in the evening. HairOrnamentStReg. up to $2 for 15c Hair Bandeaux, Jewelled Hair Plnsi Hair Clasps, Side Combs, it! .'?hr!ll' ,?.nd ?.liiinMium thnt n.t i'eg,ui'ar pricoir suiti l.-uui :h)c to i$2.00/oach.' 'On Sale tonight at ........... 15c Ladies* Moreen Underskirts for 89c 2-1 only, EnglisJi Black Water-ed'.-Morpeii Underskirts, well shapsd to fit present styles, and are finished with 10 inch knife pleated frill. Lengths 36 to 42- Regular ?1.75. On Sale Tonight at ............ NAVAL OPANGES �'Toiilght per box .. CHOIeE-BANANAS Ton.lght per dozen 39c Men's Knitted Vests Reg. to $3 for $L49 Wen's Knitted Wool Vests in green, brown, grey, heather mlx-ti:res; .(ust the thing for pres-till woui, ilsguiar i&.ud. Ou Tea Plates, Reg. up to $1.25 for I5c . Six dozen only, the i!!nal clearance of those 6 inch plates In conventional and floral'deslgn seml-porcelaln ware, correct values at $1.25. On Sale Tonight, per dozen---- MIXED NUT8 Tonlglit, per lb. ..... ASSORTED CANDIES Tonight, per lb...... 1 14g Fleeced Underwear Reg. $1.50 for 98c Men's Fleece lined Underwear in grey and brown mottled effects. Sizes 34 to 44. Regular Si.CO- ppr :-,i!t.. Tn- tn>,e^^ night per suit.........'^-ikSi Girl's $2.75 Bluchers for $1.39 Only thirty pairs of these taa or^ black vlci kid bluohars; celebrated Classic make; aljies 9 to 2. Regular |2,50 and %i.t^' values. Tonight ^\ (JQ per pair ...... ick Blake,,: of New Dayton,' supported the groom, while Miss Jo- ac-ol ing wedding tour conipanied by their friends. Many numerous and beautiful gifts gave evidence to'the popularity - of the contractinj!; parties. CUUBS AND SOCIETIES , Nice hair, w/oni-o^rod for ijpparts a sweet dignity and win8omen�5(r�n, ^^^^ ^ ^ . -^^^^^ Try �t 3^IPple Bottle an4Bi?5fd Booklet If not already'�cqi(a|nted-'Vy(th the delights of ua ing this-" most-popq|arj:of all Halr-dressings, send 10 cents In postage or fll'Vfp ^$0 pay mailing and packing) for a trial siis bottfp^hjjl'booklet on the care of tha hair. . , - - ' '  � \ \ ' SEE COUPON APPLICATION8,Q8TAINB9.AT,THE BEST BARBER SHOPS AND'^HAlR-DBESSiSlG PARLORS, SOLD BY DRUQ./^ND DEpAf^TMENT STORES. MONEY BACK p.UA^ANTEEi ON LARGE SIZE EVERY^ WHERE. accept "nothinq'BUT GENUINE HERPICIDE, THE ' ORtGIN/lkL DANDRUFF GERM DES- TH^'. Fi niemhers and Companions" of 'the? Forest arc ^ odrdifljly invited. No.i'f\ir|ih'&'c iDvHat�ion"is;:ncb,essary. A i^bd'.ti'm, Wlnnt|t>)pf| Wostorn Agent�( ' -'',' LETHlRIDGE HOTEL '-, - Lethbridge, Alta., Canada 50c,-6,30 to 7. 6.30 to 7.-SO j./ Sunday Dinner de Luxe .��1 ' SOUP Mook-ffrurtle, aux Quenejlea-  �..  RELISHES . \ ' Celery ' Quean 0llv�� FJ6H .- � Hal1but,Otit.8oull|on, a la Boi-iJeliiie* �� ' * , . � ENTREES ' 'Chiol^en Cutlet, Maryland,Style Bfin�d;Fl0ji.".Feet, a la,Eapaenole-Pickled Sheepfs Tongue, Sauce Piquant � ' Cream-Puffs, a la Bostort 1' SALAD vOyaterSal^diMayonaisa Dressing � ROAST Roast 'Prinie Ribs Beef, aM Jua '   Sprlftp Lamb," Mint SauMi ' ,'POUL,TRY Roast i,aoal Young Turkey, Orapberry 9�mc�, CJomestlc- Goose, with Apple Sauc^ /''�'�'�'�''�' �i'VeSETABLES . ,> '�/.:''-^;:.i Steam^clTand Mashed Potatoes .'FCPfloh- Peas, Saute ' (DESSERTS Hot viin,i>ei;Pia^ Op^am and Wafers 'Mi 'J' \ ;