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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, January.30, 1013 THE LETHBRIDOE' DAILY HERALD MILADI EDITED BY "INO" PHONES' Offloe 1224 R69. 1118 |now Father, we commond Ourselves to Thee this night; |0 watch us, keep us, and defend Till break of morning light. (Before Thy tlvrone, O Lord of heaven, We kneel at close of day, [Look on Thy children from oh high, And hear us while we pray. -Adelaide A. Procter. � * � "When one makes any kind of success,, however small, he finds that his friends resolve themselves Into three Iclasses. The first class turn sullen and show their envy in many mean ways. The second class wax more [friendly than ever, and come showering their attentions. The third show a reasonable pleasure at your success and remain just as they were before. God bless the last kind! God mend the second, and God pity the first!"-� �' � Hostesses tomorrow :- Mrs. J. E.T.erriU. Mrs. J, Emerson Hodgson for the first time this season. Mrs. J.. C. Hanrahan and Miss Hati-r,il�n for the first time this season. Mrs. W- L- McKenzie, when her gupst,. Miss McLeod, of Toronto, will receive with hor. Mrs. Frank A. Stoltze, 1106 Seventh Ave., S., for the first time since comingp-to uLethbridge and afterwards? .on the fourth Thursday.  � *   Mrs.. E. F- Lumibaird and Miss Stella Lumbard, (S20 Eleventh St., S., will receive on Saturday for the first time since coming to Lethbridge, Mrs. James T. Peat hais returned from a trip to Trinidad.  *  Rev, T. P. Perry went to Edmonton this afternoon. Mr. C. R. Dawson, of the Bank of Toronto, has returned from a short stay in Calgary. .    Mr, E.: MoLelland, of Calgary, was the ralson d'etre at a bright little affair, given by Mr. and Mts. R. D. Shantz, last evening. About twenty-five guests enjoyed games and music, after which Inviting viands were served, i   � Mrs. Bernard Rhodes, Sixth Ave., was hostess of an informal little thimble tea yesterday. The friends of Mrs. Harry Cockle, who has been under a serious operation at the Gait hospital* will; be, pleased to hear that she is getting along nicely. ' v ' . � �  � , More than the ordinary amount ol interest .centres in the last of the series of tennis dances, which will be held on Monday evening in' the S. O.E. hall. A larger orchestra than at any of the previous dances will furnish the music, so that a perfectly good time is assured those, who attend. Mrs;'Mary Rlter Hamilton, the'fam-ous .Canadian artist, wbo~wjth W/z only; or mm In the House Furnishing Section on 2nd floor Cocoa Door Mats Keep the mud where it belongs- outside. One of tihese , heavy  Cocoa Fibre heavy briiBh mats will save many times Its price by-the sawing on your carpets it will effect. These special prices for Friday and �mfJSg^ Saturday. Size 15 x 23 for. .IOC Size 16 x 26 for Size 18 x 30 for $1.00 $1.25 Glass Fruits Half Price Heavy pressed glass fr.uit Naples in fancy patterns. Highly crystal-ized and are hard to distinguish from real cut glass. Cheap at the regular price of $1.50. OnJ Friday 7Cf� and Saturday, per doz........I WW FOOTED FRUITS-Another line .in : plain style glass frnlte, footed; regular 65c for. Atigk i per dozen.................. IUC 25 cent Table Do not fail to inspect our bargain table of China-contains' * Platters, Bread and Butter Plates, ,Bon Hons, etc., articles worth up to.$i:00 each; all selling at each ......�O.C - - - THE - - - HUDSON'S BAY TERMS: * Qwl�g (tf at which the^bove^gooais a^e^xMk.^ ed'for Friday, and' Sa^^yWilfel ,tio,n to all1 our,' valued*-patab* ..must' populate ,1,1 f 1 I ;