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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD is Edited by "INO Phones HeUllS Office 1224 HostesBf.s tDiiuiirow : Mrs. O. VV. Allison, 2(l.'i Soveutli Ave. A. .D. A. T;iyloi- aiifi iU'tcrward.s cii the -lirst 'rinirsday. Miss Winter, of Citlj^arj', lias re-tiirncil after a visit with iMr. ami Mrs. L. M. Johusldtie. Iks. Palmer and Miss Shepherd, o� llrtlii/ivv, lire holiday picsts with Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Shi.-pherd. : Mv. and iU.s. L. M. .Johnstone left yeslerdiiy on a lri|) to Kiiropc via. flie ;\Jedilerriuiean. iSlr. J. M. Aitkeii returned on Wednesday moniinn; fnmi St. John, N. li., where he was called owinjj; to the death of his father. .Mr. and Mrs. .1. 13. Itoss have returned to their homo at Wrayland ranch, after a short visit with .Mr. and Mrs, J. 13. ]?euter. T!  Mrs. K. 1''. Lnyf.on was hostess of A small informal thirnblc tea this afternoon in courtesy to Mi.ss Helen McKillop. Mfss Phyllis Hij4inbotliani is entertaining this eVening some visitors in the city and the members oO the sewing club at five hundred. >;: >;� Mrs. W. Masson, T\U iMiurth St., entertained at a briu;ht alTair on New Year's Eve. Some fifty guests e.njoi -ed dancing and games, inviting refreshments being served at the midnight hour. A jolly sleighing partly was enjoyed last evening by twelve young people, chaperoned by iMr. and Mrs. J. Eclistorm. Four borses, an immense sleigh, splendid sleighing, a happy brujch of young pcojJJc, tin horns a-plenty, etc., made the outing a very delightful evrnt. Tlie party drove to the Dallas' f'arm, where a splendid Umeh v.as keenly enjoyed. The party included the Misses Ilan-rahan, Tripp, hanerty, Kckstorm, and -Messrs. McVrthur, flosewaren, InsersoM, Wodell, McCtcatly and Gibbons. Judge ami .Mrs. JacUson entertained on .New Year's Eve in courtesy to tl-eir guests. Miss SavVle, of V'ldmon-ton, and Miss l';migh, of Wditewood, Sask. Six tables, of five hundred were In play, the favors being won by IMiss .Simpson and .'Mr. M. S. .McAr-thur. After the servinj; of dainty viands, a joU)' time was spent in miLsic aiii) singing during tbc closing moments of the year. The new year's dance under the auspices of tiie S.O.hT;. Kootljall chih proved to be one of the^mo^t; successful and probably the I&rgBs't'held in the city. One hundred couples were present, and a very enjoyable time was, spent. The hall was tastefully decorated in the club colors, the music by the Imperial orchestra was of the best, while the floor, notwithstanding the inclement weather, w-as in splendid .shape. Hefresbments were served at 11.15, and dancing recommenced at tl.50, witnessing the passr ing of 1SI13 and the entrance of 1911, and continuing until two a.m.. The. Audltoritini dub under the auspices of tlio fvadies' Auxiliary to the Urotherliood of Locomotive Kngineers have decided to- hold a series of dances during the Boason. The first of the series will be held on Friday, .January IBth in the K. of p. halh The Imiierial Orchestra will be in attendance and all members are assured a jolly time. >;= * ^: The Kireraen's dance in the No. 1. Fireball on Now Year's Kve, was a DRINK BLUE RIBBON TEA deckled sucoesfl, some thirty couples being In attendance. Priesz's orclius-tra Bupplled good music, and the dancing was very omloya'ble. At midnight all (Jic bellH and alarms were turned In to mark the passing oi: 1913. The Gait, hospital was the scene of a brilliant and for Lothbridge unique function on New Year's Eve, when the first nurses. Miss Donaldson, M^iss Hatch and Miss Patteson, to graau-ale from the local hospital training sclionl ii'.ceivcd their diplomas. One oi tlie wards had been prettily decorated for the occasion with pennants, palms, ferns, potted plants and chrysanthcnumis. Seated on the platform were JIayor Ilardie, Dr. L. 0. I)c Veber, Mr. C. B. Uowman, Miss Korgie and Dr. V. H. Mewburn. The graduating nurses anfi the nurses in training, entered to a rnarcb played by Mrs. \V. J. Xulson. .Mr. liownian acted as chairman, presiding over the following excellent prcjgram piano solo. Miss'Coriybeare'; chairman's address, .Air. Bowman; soln, .Miss Freeman ; address, Mayor Ilardic ; duet, Mrs. Layton and Miss Simiii ; violin solo, Mr. Layton ; address to nurses. Dr. .Mewburn (fnl-lowed by presentation of diplomas); solo,. Mr. Fleming; address, Dr.. Dc Veber ; piano solo, Airs. \V. J. Nelson, and National Anthem. There was a large and representative attendance, the Sick-room .Sunbeams acting as ushers. The graduates each received a .shower bouf|UCt and later will receive a gold pin from the Hospital Board. After the program an enjoyable dance was in oriler, lasting until the arrival of the .N'ew Year. BISSKTT-ALLEN A pretty wedding was celebrated at seven o'clock on New Year's Eve at the home of Mr. John Bissett, 707 Seventeenth St., N., when Miss Hel- ' en llutton Allen was joiried in mar-riaETC to Mr. William Smith Bissett. The bride looked very charming in her wedding gown of embroidered white chiffon over silk, while her bridesmaid, Miss E,. McDufT wore a pretty costume of white spotted net. ! The gloom was supported by Mr. George McDufi, the ceremony being pcrfovmed by r^ev. A. C. Bryan in i the presence of fifteen friends &nd relatives. ,\fter the ceremony a dainty maxri-a^e supper was s�tvcd. Mr. and Mrs. Bi.'-s.''tt will reside at 707 Seventeenth street north. One of the Most Wholesome of beveraues. Western Canada's most popular Tea. You ti-y it. Send thiB Advortlsement with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited WtMitlpeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. Tlie best cook book f�r uee In Weatern Canada. ^ Write name and addrees plainly. JAMES-BUUNS On New Year's ICve a very pretty wedding was solemnized in the Prcs-h} tcrian church at Coleman, when Daisy, only daughter of Air. and Airs, i Joseph Burns, of Coleman, late of Cumberland, England, became the bride of Mr. I. Augustus James, son of Air. and Airs. Henry James, of Coleman. The bridesmaids were Miss L. AI. .James, sister of the groom ; Miss M. Simpson, of Frank, and Miss T. Penn, of Hillcrest, while the groom was supported by Mr. T. Burns, brother of the bride. Rev. T. M. -Murray tied the nuptial knot in the presence of a large number of friends of the bride and groom. , The bridal party entered the church to the strains of the wedding march played by Jliss Black. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents and a delectable supper w'a.s served, songs and music filling In the last moments \o\ the old year. Mr. and Mrs, James were the recipients of many beautiful and useful (gifts. 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. Let every housewife go over the following carefully: Hartley's-Grape Conserv*. 1 Canned Pears and Peaches, Snyder's Catsup, per bot. lb. jWS.................20e. 2''S. Der tin............ 20n- Wnll�r.r^V= n----- 1/ ..- - Hartley's'Grape Conserve. 1 lb. jars.................20c. 2 lb. jai-B...............38c. Shlrrlft'a Maxmalade'. 1 11>, jar for....................15c 2 lb jar.................25c CUivera' Jamii, lib asBorted, JBVS, ................... ZOCv Chlvaps' .fams, Strawberry and �Haspberry, 5 lib. palls----70c Xoel's Prulte, large bottlos,- Peaiohes, Pears, Apricots, par botUe .................. 35c. 3 botUes for......... .$1.00 Wagstaffe'B Plum Jam, 5 lb. ipalls.................. 70c Canned Lombard and Dawson Plums, 2'8 per tin.......10c. Canned Pears and Peaches, 2's, per tin............. 20c. 2 tins for ..............35c 6 tins for ............$1.00 Grimes' Golden Apples, per case .................$1.75 Loose Black Tea, per lb. . .20o. fi lbs. for ..............$1.00 French Peas, per tin......10c. Few line* of Dried Frulta, very cheap. ALL KITOHEN HARDWARE, 15% OFF CroS'Se & Biackwell's Soups. large tins oach ......... 25c Aylmer's Chicken Soup, per tin ................... 15c. Snyder's Catsup, per bot. ..25c. Holbrook'B Sauce, h's pt bottles, per bottle ............ 25c. MacLaren's Imperial Muitard- Small. 10c; 2 for ....... 15c. Medium 15o; 2 for...... 25c Large................. 20c. Fish Balls, per tin ........ 15c. 2 for ;..................26c .felly Powders, i pkgs. for 25c. Sultana Stove Polish, tin .. lOc- a for ..................25c. Sulzberger Hams and Bacou-^ per lb...........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 Bentley Jpompany, Ltd. 5^ PAGE ELEVEiN S� SATURDAY SPECIALS AT THE BAY SOME REAL BARGAINS. These money-saving items define the word "Bargain" in the best and truest sense. They are cheap because worth is hnked with low price. You can save money by watching our advertisements BALANCE OF STOCK IN LADIES^ HIGH CLASS WINTER COATS TO MOVE OUT THIS WEEK END $18.00 Coats $12.50 There is style and satisfactory wear in this line of coats. This season's newest models in brown Blanket Cloth, Crimson, Grey and Green Chin' chilla'S, nil cut with the popular cut-away fronts, with rounded corners. Regular up 4 CH to ?1S Of) ............... ......... 91 fc�OU $30.00 Coats $15.95 $15:95 .Smartly i'asliionpd VVinter Coats for ladies in Boucle Cloths, Tweeds and Chinchillas. All colors :\r". roprcsented in this range-plain shades of grey, tan, fawn and black, also novelty mixed orfect.9 in blue and black and mahogany, and black. .Modelled with nnw drop slcc-ve. KtKular up to $30.00 . . . These $1.50 Waists on Saturday for 98 cents .lust about twenty-five of these fine wliitf* Wai.si.s-lacp and pnibrtidcjy trimmed, Some styles fasten in front .others in back; higli or low neck. -All the season's l^ieU modol.'<". negulai- up to $1.50, for ;......................................................................... r Broken Prices in Semi Porcelain Ware Good, serviceable quality English .Semi-Porcdain Dinner ware in dainty blue conventional figures. ,V set tor every day use that will give excellent wear. Opon stock fiattorii. Any piece sold separate. Note these extra special prices for Saturday: Cups and Saucers, per dozen ................ gg^j Bread and Butter Plates, per dozen ........... gg^ Tea Plates, per dozen ................'...... gg^i Breakfast Plates, per dozen............... gQ^i Dinner Plates, per dozen .................... gg^j Coupe Soup Plates, per dozen ................ gg^ 98c Oatmeal Dishes, per dozen .................. 85�^ Platters, all sizes, each ..................... 50^ Bowls, each ................................ 15^ Bakers, each............................... 20^ Covered Vegetable Dishes, per dozen ......... 60*^ Fruit Dishes, per dozen .......................fiO�S Extraordinary Value in Men's Work Boots A $6.50 Boot on Sale Saturday $3.99 Men's Heavy Winter Boots, made in comfortable fitting round toe last-(he ideal work boot for farmers, miners and outdoor workers. Solid leather soles and heels, blucl'.or style, hand made throughout, in colors of black, and tan. Don't miss this chance, just about thirty pairs of these. Regular ?6.,"]0 CO QQ shoos for, per pair ....................................................................... ^OaWW Ladies' Patent Biucher Boots $1.75 Women's Patent Leather Blucber style Boots, with gun metal toiis, high heels and turn soles. A splendid shoe for street wear. All sizes J�4 715 Regular $2.50, per pair ............... 9lafw Ladies' Balmoral Style Boots $1.35 Women's Vici Kid Balmoral style Boots, with patent toe caps and low heels. A very smart and serviceable style. Sizes - to 3'/a. Regular $2.00, per pair ............ $1.35 These Dainties Will Be Served In The Tea Rootns On Saturday Cambridge Sausage, Potatoes, peas,  Bread and Butter, tea or coffee .... Meat Omelette, Bread and Butter, tea or coffee..........-............ \.____;______ _ 25c 25c Potato Salad, Bread and Butter, tea or coffee ......................... Banana Salad, Bread and Butter, tea or cbffee ......................... 20c 25c Sale of Dainty Leather and Plush-Covered Cased Sets, One-Half Price The remaining stock of fancy leather and plush covered cased sets-the left-overs from Christmas. PKisU Covered badies! Companion Case in red or green colored covers, ccmplote with scissors and all material for g'4 needlework, regular $2.50 .................. ^1 aCw ; Handsonje Ivory Comb and Brush set. OC Regular $2.50, tor .......................... �P I mCiQ Manicure Sets in Pin Morocco and Seal Covered cases with complete manicure sets. Regular $3.50-$1.76 Regular $3.00-$2.50 Reg. $G.OO-$3.00 Ladies'Underwear 89c Creamy White Wool Underewar for ladies' tine quality, vests and drawers, vests In iiigb neck and long sleeves; drawers In long length, open or closed. A line OQm tliat is worth much more, per gartnent...........09v ^olsey Brjind Hosiery 47c Fine 2/1 ribbed Cashmere Hose for Ladies, the famous Wclsey Brand, a line you cannot duplicate for A'jfg^ 65c; to go on sale tomorrow per pair ..........."110 Saving Prices in the Grocery Department ~ A fresh shipment of Eng- Choice Apples for 'Saturday, 5 pounds AC A for............ eOC Good Oranges, OAa per dozen......OUC SatMrday Treat . OfJi* Chocolates, lb. ... Cww lish Cambridge Sausage, neatly packed In paste, board boxes, tissue paper wrapped, OCm per pound ..... Men's Shirts Special Values for To-morrow Neat Piu Stripes ami small designs in men's coat style Negligee Shirts. Some with detachable collar and soft cuffs, all 4 AA smart styles. Regular up to'$1.75 ^ I bUU Boys' Smart Sweater Coats Boys' Sweater Coats in neat color conibln-tions, heavy ribbed wool with smart turn-down collars. .Sizes up to 2S. Regular QCm $1.50, each ........................ w9C Men's Winter Underwear Natural Wool Ifnderwear for men in heavy ribbed *tyle. Just the weight for present wear. Regular $3.00 per suit, for.......................... $2.25 Wool Shirts For Men Heavy pure wool shirts for men, splendid for winter wear, green, navy and red shades, cut lar,ie C** AQ and roomy, reg. $2.00 .. 91 w Sock Special 5 Pairs for $1.00 Hca\'y wool Socks, in plain colors and heather mixtures, a card of mending attached to every pair. fl� 4 f%f% Regular 35c. 5 pairs for .. 9 I aUU THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES* CI.UB9 AND SOCIETIEU The Sick-room Simbeams acknowledge with thanks the receipt of $8 from the Letlibridge Typographical Union. The .Tunior W. A. oi St. Cyprian's church will meet at two-thirty tomorrow. tf �!: The Flower Guild very Rratetulljr acknowledges the receipt of $15 from the Lcthbrid^e Amateur Dramatic spi cicty to assist them in carrying on their work. * "k * '''r^ine-.-fd^j^^were intattendiuwii'.-'at St. Andrew's watch night service on New Year's 13vc. Mr. I'erey HarUey was in charge, and the Christian Endeavor choir rcndsred several selections. Short addres.ses wore given by Hev. A. C. Bryan. Mr. Hartley and Mr. Johnston and several led in prayer. Later a social hour was enjoyed and refreshments served. ''^ Central Willard W. C. T. U. will unite in a joint meeting in Knox church tomorrow afternoon ! from 3 to 5 o't;lock. From three to four will be spent in business and from four to five a prayer meeting will,be held in recognition of World's Prayer Day. Rev. A. C. Bryan and Rev. G. H. Cobbledick will conduct The Mathesis.oltiU 'held its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday at- terhoon, when, after the routine business conducted by Mrs. F. A. Stoltze, the art department, of which Mr.';. Joseph Tracy is president, took charge. A cojlection of .Madonna pictures was 'OR. hand through the kindness of Mr. Neidig and Mr, W. A. Hamilton, and sketches of the artists and talks on tfie- pictures v/ere given by diflor-ent members of jhe department. Mrs. DaVid Dobalri was elected secretary'.to; succeed -Mrs. Heeb, who is outot.tliB city;, and Mrs. George VVilsqn anji.'Mf's., GUm were elected oliib- irieinbers. a:, Spodly,numbMrjUtteuded the pieet-'Ing of the' Women's Missionary �society of Westminster church at the home of Mrs. McUvena on Wedues- day afternoon. a profltabw was spent in studying the aaifX and dainty refreshments were'* by the hcstess, � _______ BnyM wbea _________ When ypursefi silver y "Silver ruiutiall\ quality and _ Made ittitheHeaTi grade of plate, hence___ wonderful popufarifyJ Sow iiy xiMjtea r " ;