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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Tiinefl, 1012 Till: LETIIRKTDfiE DAILY HERALD Page 9 Made-in-Canada Exhibition A Visit to tKe MADE-IN-CANADA TRAIN will be both instruct- e and; interesting, kilt-to purchase'these goodsi at manufacturers prices you must visit the BAY on A Hearty Welcome to all out of .tbwn visitors to see the Made- in-Ganada Exhibition at the BAY. Canadian Made Goods for Can- adians Means a Greater and More Prosperous Canada Let iliis be yw'iir .slogan, and Canada" train a right royal Few'people realize what 3 large part Canada, Is'- playing, in. the manufaclurlnp world. There are very few things indeed Tthat 'cannpt be supplied by'manufacturing within the Dominion. s As a convincing demonstration of this wonderful -progrets In manufacture, ws are offering a special Inducement to all on Friday and'. Saturday to purchase Canadian-made goods only. All Canadian-made goods will (.hen be marked down to the exclusion profit in order to give everyone an opportunity to show their loyalty on this momentous occasion. You may see all these goods on the Made-in Canada Train, but you won't be able to buy them. An Exceptionally in Corsets at For Fi-Iday nntl Sai-iinlay we .ire placing on sale 30 dozc'ii Ladies' Corsets ,inade. from bosL couLIJ, nil ateel lilled; .have Tour hose snp- jrorLcrs'iind come in short or medium lengths. All-sizes, regu- larly selling at 51.00 and-SI j .'Friday and Saturday Special'............. IOC .-Yon arc sure to find your exact Hiyle anU. fitting: In-this ,loL Astounding Values in Lad- ies' Tweed Walking Suits Only IS of Llicsc, 30 only IS people can partici- pate in tliis great alTcr, Therefore we. waulS'iifec clio necesslLy of being early on Friday morjiins. arc all this season's style, and value ai. tlielr regular price, ivlilch rangoa up'to ?6.00. Friday'and Siitiirday them all in QC one price Handsome Carpets in'Rich Or- iental Designs LlirjJ, mo iiiiule iji liuclpli a-iu'l If doubt Llio capabilities pi'-'Uic'tFaclorles In'.pueliih; aiul fo turn out. C'arpcts seoond io ndirp, ju'ut look lit1 what wo have lo olfer on Friday, and 3nu urday Close Pile Wilton Rug, iu couveulioiuil and Oiloiual tfosigm Size IU x 9, for........... Rich, Heavy Pile Axmlnster Ruga in beau- tiful.brawns'and tans, very choice. 10' IOc Bottle Smith's Jam, 20e I'lnms, Gall. Tin o[ Peaches, 60c pof lioltle 30c Western Products Prepared the Guarantee of the H. Jt. C. Hudjon's ijay Co. 111. 53.00, 40 lb'. :j Hi. 80c Umlfion's liny Co. 3-lli. Illi............50c Hiiflson's Bay HaltiiiR Powder, 1-lb. tin.......20c Christie's per tin...........30c Men's Negligee Shirts Will be on Sale at 95c In mentioning Ibis special hi Shirts we would like Io (inote the slognn from the celebrated Tooke fnn- lury where these shirts worn in Can- ada Tor Canadians by Canadians. Re Camidlans and wcnr them." To say that these shirts come from the Tookc far.lory is to proclaim them to be the very heat. They are In a great variety of. patterns .and colors, and ftvory is then? Croin to 17. These would bp, good buying at but for tills very spcclnl occasion thn price will be 95c Men's Underwear and Caps Summer weight Un- 'dcrwcnr from the Pon- Liiiin factory. AM sixes; 32 Io -H. negular jier Bull. Syeclal I'rl- and -yc Saturday... I I Q Juyt the right weight cap for present wear, and the styles are per- fect. Keg. Special I'ri- dny and Sftturday. To see what values we are offering take a look at our Windows PRINTED DREGS MUSLINS Make dainty froctos. Heiiu- for.............. LADIES' CASHMERE'HOSE All lo III; roK1'- lir 26c and :Wc linlr...; HUDSON'S BAY CO. Our Special Offers Are Strictly for Friday Saturday Offle., 1224 BY IllfJO' PHONES'; 1110 And (lie niglil shell lie tilled with llnnrahan, Freeman, moils and BaiasKin. the carps iluL .infest tiic day Shall fold thsir tents like the 'And as silently steal awav. evening, once again, scnson peace Rev. ;iyr. .Woodsvvortli, who is to be llie, new pastor of Westminster report .for duty lor two', months, lie is to be and of I Kill ijo to England on a lour....The pulpit'in'Hie.interim is to Het'u-n. sweet evening, and continue no supplied hy Prol.. of. long i jthc jMi'thodisl Theological'.' Mcthinks I sec (bee in the ;str.caky j west With matron step, slow moving, while (lie night. Treads on Ihy sweeping train one hand cinploy'd In letting fall the curtain of repose On bird1 and beast, the other charged for man With sweet oblivion of the cares of day, Uowpcr. Hostesses Mrs. 0. Allison, 123S Seventh Ave. .south. Mrs. Kilgar I.M1 for the last time this season.1 Mrs. C. Leader. 1221 Seventh rYvc., S., for Ihe last time until an- iunin. iMrs. .Holland, formerly of Cleveland, will receive with Ihe hos- tess. Xol. receiving tomorrow Mrs. Wliidcliugloh, nor again season. this Miss Isahd Gibson, of I'aislcy, Scotland, arrived in the city this morning. and Mrs. W. -Nivcn and Miss DUTHIE A quiet, 'but pretty, wedd.lng tpo.lf at .lonelier morning, at the home of Air. and 'Mrt. Rlchrml Dul.hle, of the'.east- contracting parties being Jlr. Arf'B, Mc.Miirdo. nnd-Mr, and Mra." DutBle'3 eldest daughter, AIlsE Bcntrice. 6nl3' the Immediate rclalipna of the young people were present, rtev. Alt- cheson oKiciiteo. The people' nre well known, here in church, musi- cal and social circles, And have a. host of friends, whose' Rood "wishes follow them lo Cowley, .where Murdo Is manager of JjiukEon Broar hardware eatabllBhment. Clubs and Societies The iSick-Hoom Sunbeams have pur- chased two large punch howls, -which they intend renting for, use it priv- ate or public gatherings. There-will be an important resular meeting of the Chosen Friends in the K. ,it IJ. haHMoniglit. .There ato.in- itiations to K'vcn and ;othcr "equal-' ly inlercstiiif: hiisiness to transhctj' v I-llevcn Indies attended the final business meeting for the season of tlio W. C.'T. U., which met yesterday af- Vera N'iven, or Calgaiy, arc guests _Mrs e, Hrowii. ;The vitli Sirs. Davis, Kiith Avc. (o a rcst tBnt the lair proiinris at the time, ol- the Jliss Ola C.iv.inali was taken to; (.'arming Congress. the Gait Hospital lasi evening-, where j >j he tent will lie supplied' '.witii is" hclng treated for appendicitis. CEiSy chairs and sanitary I where women and children may. rest. At the manse at Cowley on Tucs-! Ice wafer will be 'supplied at" 'all day, .lime .'I, Alfred of Mac-1 times. leod, ivas united-, in matrimptiy by Rew Dr. liny to Mrs. Marie enci; Vouiig, ui Mr. and Jlrs. Roger Dell, ol' Mnc- The Home, Missionary society of Knox church met last .evening. jyith McKiilpn in I lip, chair, the. pro- having; been arranged Hodrier. 'Ciirric read paper'; '.which gregor, nnnolincc incnl of their daughter Anuic to Mr. .1. A. Lindsay, of Vulcan, had tern read at tile .annual meeting (he riarriBgi! to lako place early, in'of the general society on; tiie work of the orgaiiizatibn. Mrs. McKillop gave..i little ,Ult.in "Rivcrvicw" will, lie the scene ol a whicli she referred -to the- eiccllent. social event, this evening, when Chan- address she had the pleasure, ol .hear- ccllor nnd Mrs Conyhearc will enter- i ing delivered hy Mrs. Bernard, presi- gates to the A. o' the .Calgary Diocesan Branch r mem- "in Woman's Auxiliary now meet- local W-: A. Previous lo in St. Angustin's hall. tain the delegates to the W. A, vention, their 1 hers ol the lo( the reception the guests will'.lie treat- A double n-emhcrBhip conles.l, cd to a motor ride around the city, rcsnltcll in .the membership ol thifj. t B j.M. ,S. being doubled, which is indeed n 'a most creditable" showing. The city tennis courts presented ry animated scene last cvcning.with 'four courts in. 'play. So many nbers or' llie-'club were oil1, the players had'to'vacate the court at the conclusion 1hcir ilaccs being immediately 1 rdlcd by others, who were ;anxidusly waitins lo try their skill. A few of those noticed were Mrs. Of Interest to Women. (Questions are "soniet-in-cs1. asked is to the origin of the expression my" or "Tommy Atkins" ai applied to a soldier.in" generic .rorrn.. Air. ..J. H. Leslie .Nates and Quer- ies th.-ii, its' originr-ditea from -the year 1815, when 'the..'.'Soldier's Ae- Shaw, Mrs. Ml.lhern, Ihe Misses Mac- cmml into use by ,clh, T-wiUlc, Omre ]Ma Messrs 91, i815. 0[ thc -r, Oliver, Hennctt ttcs and, Seaman, ,Shaw, jMason, Imton j ind Jawson and McArlliur. DM 0, thcul lhp mmf I IliomA Mlms 11 used 31 n speci The delegates td( the Uio inicn mme Vtkins cvidentli toutdnoti, esan flraiich of (he V'omnn's pnlc, in the s-veral placet ary and their hostesses were the Ins, sijiulurr ocruri it h nests of the president, Mrs Her I homas N. his unrk This, naril, of Calgary, al a nrlighttullj in I a r p'ilic mills siircli dispvovts ormal icccption in lhV.pa.rish hall ast evening, The feature 01 the evening.was an intensely inlcrcsliug address on: Ja- pan by Miss Cos, of Calgary. Vivid anil lucid descriptions 'ril'tile beauties uf Japan as well as of thr. quaint homes, coslunics, characteristics and religion of the-people brought, the points mentioned clearly hclorc the large audience. Miss Cox, appealed to thoss present not to [orgct Japan and lls people in heir prayers and assislance, they may become thoroughly Chris- tian. Miss Cox is enlhiifcd with her sub-j jcct and talks In such an interested manner as lo awake hearty cnthusi- I asm in her listeners. I A musical-program was rendered ronsislins of a piano selection Miss Ximmoii.i, -a duct by the' Misses i Lucy and Angie Mawilcn, and solo liy j Miss Freeman. Miss Archer auxl Mr. Salmon were the'accompanists. j Tin- lahle WHS prettily ailuriieil j with Mural nppoilitliiehts of red I jiiimns and .inivigiiiiiitus. Mrs. II. Hriiller I'Ut tile the iluilllv