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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta l-'Um.yy. JAMlA.itY 2. ___ THE I- E T H IS U ID 0 E D A 1 L Y JlUi V. A I. IK_ 1'AGE ELEVEN Mrs, Mrs. A. Taylor and afterwards en Hie litsl 'Ihuisuay. decided success, souse thirty counts belnt; lu attendance, i'riesi'a orches- tra .uppllod good music. aJid the dine- hiE was verj- erdoaUe. A', midnight all U-.o bells ana alarms were turned 1ii to mark tho losing of 1913. Tho (Sail hospital was the scene of a brilliant lor Ulbtiidjc UBIJM cu Sew Year's when Uie Hist nurses. Hiss Donaldson. Hakh acd Miss 1'alteson, lo giauu- him ttc local hospital training serial shelved diplomas. 0-e oi the wa.ds ha-J been prettily decorated tor the occaMOn pen- nants, palms, funs, potted plants Miss Winter, t'f has turned alter a visit with Mr. Mrs L. M. Johnslow. M-s IMlmer and Miss Shepherd, t are Lullday sucsls with M: i'td" Mrs. S. J. Shepherd. rwrses in 'irateing. entered to march played by Mis. W. J. Nelson. s llowrtian acted as chajti-ian 1 Kve in courtesy to cvrr the following cxcelleri' .tfj------ ------piaco solo, Miss Conybeare Mrs. Jackson Tear's iCve in Miss-Sawle, ilr. and lUs. I.. M. Johnston left yesterday on a trip to l-uropc via. tliv I J V.. Alton returned on V'eil- ilc'siby morning irwn St. John, N. II.', where he was Called owing to the Ur'ath o! his father. Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. Iloss have re- lu'rnrfl to tlicir homo-, at Wraylaml rr.nOi, alter a short visit, with Mr. and .Mis. H. neuter. A "small informal thimble tea this aliernoon in courtesy to Miss Helen jlcKillop. sink program ii-n .MISS i-.iumn, of address. Mr. si Six of five hucdrcd were Miss Kncinaii; adJiess, Jlajo piny, tlie favors being won by Hardie dcet, Mrs. and 3Iii and Mr. M. K. McAr- Ki'iua vinlin snlo, Mr. Layton al ur jtcss to nurses, Ilr. Mewl.urn Aficr the bcrvinf of dainty viands, hy presentation oi jnlly time was spent and Eolo.iMr. rlenilns; address, lit.. I c if duriiiR the closing mpn.ents ol Vebir .piano solo, Mrs. Vi. llV'vrar. fon, and National Anthem. a '-j-heie was-a larjt and representa-1 I Tie i-ew vear's dance imiw the live attendant Hie Sun- reeved n proved to be one uf the mos.t l l.e ful and probably the ifoc'sThelil in shower lounuel-and U cr w II e (he city One hundred, couples were a-ive a gold p.n Iron. Hie Hospital present and a very time Hoard. 'vas spent. The hall was'tistefullv; Alter Propm JIiB. K. F. Unylon was hostos ol ,iccora'tci, iu lnf the.mih .dance was m order, iMtiiis tl.r. sic by Itc Impcjial orchestra.was ol. arrival ot the Nra Aear. the best, wliilc the floor, nolwith-j f t- a islanding the lr.rleii-.enl weather, was 'in spler.ilii iliape. llcfreshtiier.ts-nreic Phyllis Hicinbothaui is enter- served at 11.15, dancing A: pretty wi-ilding was celebrated at iah'ini this eVtninc visitors'in menced at 11.50, witnessing the stvcll o'-ioct on New Years Eve at the cilv the. members of tbc in5 oi 191-3 and the entrance PC 1011, Oj jir. John liissctt, rlub' at flic .and continuing until two arc. Stventrenth St., N.. when Miss Hel- CIUD i fn lutton Allen was joined in mar- Mrs Masson, S31 Ki.urtli St.. I The Auditorium club under Ihc aus- riatc (n jrt. William Smith ilifsctt. rnicrtalncd at a hriKhl on New pices cf the Ladies' Auxiliary to the. looted very charming in Year's Eve. Some fifty guests lirotlierhoo'l of I-ocoinotive Kngiiieers wt.duing gown of embroidered cd Jancinc and games, ir.vitiue decided to-hold'a series of chifion over silV, while her fieihments btinB served at the mid- SOME SATURDAY AT THE BAY BAI jjF_STnTK_lN LADIES' HIGH GLASS THIS-WEEKJND Coats night hour. mid-j during the Ecason. The first Miss h. Mcilult woic a of HID series will be held on prftty costuiue of white spotted net. 1 January JCtli in the K. ot r. fi.e gmom u-as supported hy Mr. A jolly sleighing parflj- was enioyed [roperiril Orchestra will Crnrrr-" MrDun, the ceremony being last evening by twelve, young people, ,1D atteudancn and all chaperoned by 51r. uiul Mrs. I- assured a jolly time. Ecistonn. Four horses, an immense splendid aleigliing, a happy of your.i; people, tin horns a-'plenly, etc., made the i.uting a The p1rcmell.s ln Xo. 1. Firehali on New- Year's Eve, w-aa a hy wtll'ccorpe" McDufi, the ceremony hein_ members pcriormi-d by Itev. A. 0. llryan in I the presence oi fifteen iricnns sell relatives. After the ceremony a dainty marn a--e supper was served. Mr. anrt Mrs Ilissetl will reside at Vfi Seven tcenlh street north. DRINK One 01 tUs JMost Wholesome of [leverages. Western Caiiada's most popular Tea. You try it. Send thl. Advertisement with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited Wlnnlpej, (or the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The best cook book fir in Westar'n Canada. Write.' name and address plainly. JAilEH-BUUNS On New Year's Eve a very pi T-rrldine was in the fre bvterian church at Co'.cman, whe 0'ily dyjsi'i" ni Mr. and i iiurns, ul CoTcinan, late o! fun-.berland, Knglar.d, became the: bride of Mr. I. Augustus James, Oi Mr. and Jlrs. Henry James, Coleman. T -if Tl-e hridesraaids wejc Miss L. M. .lames, sister o! the groom .Miss 31. Simpson, of Frant, and Miss -T. Venn oi Hillcrcsl, while the groom was supported by.Mr. T. Burns, bro- ther ol the bride. i Rev. T. M. Murray lied the nuptial! knot in oi a larRe num-i her ol friends of the bride and groom. TIT entereii the chinch I to the strains of march played Ly Miss Black. Aiter the ceremony a reception was held at the home ol the bride's parents and a delectable supper was served, songs i and music filling In the last moments 'of the old year. Mr. and Mrs. James were the rcci- of many bcaulilul and useful gills. A Time For Economizing WE TAKE STOCK THIS MONTH and will have many odds and ends in .Groceries that we will clear at cost or less.________________L let every housewife go over the following carefully: Snvder's Catsup, per hot. llB-tley'8 Orape. Cpneeryo, 1 Ib. Shinlft's Jlarmalado. 1 Ib. jar 2 Ib Chlv -rs1 lib esaortc'J. Raspberry. 6 Ib. palls ....70o Xoel'3 Urge Peaches', 1'ears, Acricots, per botUa ...................J50. Z boltlcB Plum 5 Ih. 70c Canned! and Uawson Plums, 2's per tin .......10c. Canned Penre nod Peaches, 2's, per lia 2 tins for t, tins for Grimes' Golden Apples, cnso per i Illack Tea, per Ib. ,.20c. 6 Iba. for H-00 ftench Peis, H" 10c- Few lines ol Dried Fruits, very ALL KITCHEN HARDWARE, 15% OFF Crosae Black wc'll'a Soups. _ largo linn each 23c Aylmer's Chicken SO'.ip. per tin 15c Snyler's Catsup, per hot. .25c. Holbrooh's Sauce, Vz pt iiottlepj per bottle 26c. MasLaren's Imferial Small, ICe; 2 for Mcilllim 2 for......25c l-'iah Halls, per tin 15c- 2 .Icily Powders. pkgs. for J5c. Sultana Stove Polish, tin tOc 3 tor ..................26c, SuUbi-rger Hams and per Ih...........23c and 24c. Odd Lines Tobacco at Half Price ALL CROCKERY HALF PRICE Our Great Disposal Sale of Dry Goods, Ladies' Wear Men's Wear, and Boots and Shoes still continues The fientley Cpmpany, Ltd. Coats tl? H Tl-ere is and satisfactory -.sear in this ot coacs. Thin reason's models ia brown DlaiiXct Clolli. Crimson, Grey ar.d Green Clili-.- chillas. all cut wllh tl-.c cut-away fronts, v.lth rounded corners. liegular up to qmarl- asonpd Wluter Coats lor laJies itt and Al crt; ors -.r" in Ihla eliadca ol erfv ta i and black, also novelty efl'ts'ln blue and Mart and mahosany, These 50 Waists on Saturday for 98 cents ._ _.........i Some styles "S in 98c 11.5'J. for Broken Prices in Semi Porcelain Ware 65c 80c 80c Oatmeal Pcr dozen Platters, all cach Bowls, tach Bakers, each Covered Vegetable Dishes, per dozen Truit Dishes, per dozen 85c 50c lit 606 eTtra'splcial prices lor Saturday: Cupt and Saucers, per dozen Bread and Butter Plates, per Tea Plates, per dozen Breakfast Plates, per dczen Dinner Plates, per dozen Coupe Soup Plal'5, per doien Extraordinary A iioo> shoos for, per pair Men. Work Ladies' Balmoral Style Boots wllli ri and 35 Vlcl Kid Balmoral style Doota. with paient toe caps and low heels. A very smatt_and se-vieeublo style. S.zes to 314- flesular 52.00. per paii Ladies' Patent Blucher Boots Women's Patent Leather Illuchcr style Boots, with gun metal tons, high heels and turn soles A splendid shoe for street wear. All sizes Hpgular J2.50, per pair These Dainties Will Be -.Zeroed. In The Tea Rooms On Saturday Cambridge Sausage, Potatoes, peas, Bread ar.d Butter, tea or "flee Meat Omelette, Bread and Butter, tea or coffee.......................... Potato Salad, Bread and Butter, tea or coffee Banana Salad, Bread and Butter, lea or cbffee Sale of Dainty Leather and Plusli- Covered Cased Sets, One-Half Pnce as needlework, regular 52.JO 1 Handannjc.'lvop- Comb and Brush set. Covered cases Ladies' Underwear 89c Croamv'Whlto Wool Uadrrowar 'or ladies' tine quality, drawers, vests In high neck and long sleeves, drawer? if. long length, oven or closed. A lino Oml is worth much more, per Wolsey Brand Hosiery 47c Fine rlbhed Caslmioro'Here for Udlcs. the fam OUB Wclsey Brand, a line you cannnt duplicate for n C5c; to go on sale per pair...........T l w Saving Prices in the Grocery Department lei for Satur- A fresh shipment of Ens 25c 30c Choice Appl day, 6 pounds for........... Good Oranges, per dozen Saturday Treat Chocolates, lo. 25c lith Cambridge Sausag neatly packed in past hoard boxes, tissue p per wrapped, j-er Men's Shirts Special Values for To-morrow Neat Tin Stripes anil small cuffs, all smart styles. Regular up to'Sl.'o C4 QQ Boys' Smart Sweater Coats Hoys' Sweater Coats in neat color combln- i tlons heavy ribbed wool with smart turn down collars. Sizes up to 28. Regular ?1.50, each Men's Winter Underwear Natural Vr.dorwcar for men In riobwl Vlyln" Just the weight for present wear. Regular !3XO per suit, lor Wool Shirts For Men Heavy v-ire woo! shirts (cr men, nleiidld for winter wear, green, nary and red shades, cut and roomy, reg. Ji.Otf.. Sock Special 5 Pairs for llean' wool socks, in plain colors, and heather mixtures, a card of mend- ing allaehod to every pair, ff nft Regular 35c. 5 pairs for I THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES day afternoon. A vas spent In studying the nml dainty refreshmenIs.we're. by the prayer. Later a social hour joyed anil rclicsliments served. Willar-l C. T. U. will .1 joint meelins m IKnox clmrth to'riorrow altcrnoon (from 3 lo 5 o'clock. From thue to lour will be spent in business anil y a j, a in'at sctvfce on The held IH Mi. Percy monlhly meeting on A collection pictures MI-on'hand through We linilnrss of Mr. Nf-WIg and Mr. IV. A. llannlton, and sketches nl the artists ?.nd talks on tf.e-pictures were T enl mcmncts of (he department. Mrs Uaviil Ponalit was elected scc- retarv'.to succceil 'Mis. (lech, who and Mrs. George .v'gr.odly.number.'atlenrted the rneet; Ing of lha1 Women's Missionary rtic- lely of chureh at Hie a( home of Mrs. Mcllvtnl on Buy when.vou buy it for yojir and. beanf esignaroboth nss Made H, Iho'he igrado of wonderful popu sola >y ;