Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thursday, -Time 13, 1012 THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY 1IEKALU MILADI 'EDITED "INO" PHONES: OHIe., 1ZM Friendship, that select and 'sacred ICndoo, rector of Dungannpn, the H' lelation.Mvliich kind ,of absolute, -ish resid.unc'e ol; tile Karl, pertoruie'1 and which leaves the language ot love and' cpiiiinon, 'so'-'iiiucb: 'ihis purer, and iifithing. is., so nVucli If instead of a.ge.m, .or even a llow- i Of, A: I ,'We should'cas'l the gift of n loving1 thought into the heart of a friend, that would ho giving, 1 tliilik, as'.thci angels must give. MacDonald. Hostesses tomorrow Mrs! J. MVlAitken. I; Mrs. J. Ifjinerson Hodgson. the ceremony. Miss- wus.'uourlesy an" enjo'yaiile''nffcr'n'obn affair given liy Sirs. II. HI ton yesterday. The. her guests In a dainty gown, while Miss, wearing a white embroidered gown anil violet chapeau. Mocial iulefctmrse 'was enjoyed while Ihc twehij'-fivB guests hemmed serviettes, for (lie brlde-cfcet: The ten table Was most decor.tted tcarlet carnations tj'rel'tily mirrored in a reflector, sus- jneiiilctl over which was a' red licart 'Mrs. J. ismerson iiongson. r ;Uirs. A; McKcrricher for Pierced, Awhile garlands last time this season. ts'ol receiving tomorrow 1 Mrsi "A. Southard. Mrs. 0.1 nor again this j lesson.. hearts and .cnpids were hung from 'the electrolier'to (lie'corners of" the hoard. Mrs. 'F. W. Downer did .the honors at pouring lea, while the assistants were Miss Wright ami 'the Hisses Mrs, J.. DiiH nor again this season! A Iiianp trip, by. Miss ell, Miss Nellie IWzell and Miss Mm- nie llazell delighted Ihe'gliesti, who Mrs. V. H. Men-burn, and Miss 'Mrs': Neil burn, who.have been touring Ml.'s (i Ml.s. ir, Mrs. It. 'Qalviii, Mrs. tpr some raontlisr.-reVurncd .home this, ihorlling. Keisontjs the raison d' etre of which .will claim Mrs. E.JIj. Kwc'rt as'hostess tomor- j Mrs. .1. M. Kinniburgh and sons, l.conaroVand William, .of Maelcod, arc spending two with the form :c-r's parents, -Mr. and Mrs." (Jain, UI27- Sixteenth Mrs. Grosbv. who has been visiting in Winnipeg, Montana and North Da- kota for (he post tnc n onthb his rtilurnod to the till Miss 1-upcnter who his been i gue'st for some lime MLS H SlcLclland. leaves for her home ..in ios Vnsclcs (jn Mr anil Mrs V Hopkins raliran, arc guests till tomorrow Jith Mr anil Mrs I took K: w: fi. Moth, Mrs. -I. Armstrong, Mrs. V. Hedley, Mr's. .1. W.'Stafford', Mrs. -H. J. Gordon, MrV "F> E. Ma- son, ,1. Hill, ..Mrs. E. B. Mill, Mrs. M. V. Galliyan, Mrs. .J. II. Wallace, tills.'W; Hv'McLclIand, Mrs. R. C. McClure, Mrs. Malcolm Young, and the Misses Hazcll, Gal- u'n, Tilney, Downer, Hatch, Carpen- ter and turassin. Little Crstlla Elton, (rocked in white with- Dresden ribbon.sash ad- mitted her mother's guests. IHAlRr-JOHSSON Ihe wedding of Miss. Margaret May Johnson to Mr. Robert i Hoy Mair, hoth of Hamiota, Man., was solem- 'nwed at the home of Mr Edw'ln U Wildii.-an, ol Tahcr, yesterday, by the Hei 1 P Perrj Mr. antl Mrs. Mair left for Kernie, usit lor a few' davs.w'ith lat before going :tb their fu- ture JUmiola. Mrs IIIUQS impbcll Hoi Ic in iioilncoi. the increment ol Miss V m ma kuttci onh daughter of the l-itc Mr and Mis liobcrt Osen hiillei of Hlls Ml to Angusline Pmkhain oldtsl tor of the right He> the Uish op of t'algaif Ilciald L Bargains at are gathered together and this range for Misses and Ladies' fancy checks, in low neck styles with short also a few in while mustin trimmed with Swiss embroidery or Torchon lace. Very dainty indeed for iflernoon wear. All to cleai at the QC one price Bargains at This range includes ?iorne .very stylish models for after- noon or evening wear. Dainty muslins, richly embroidered, striped and checked ginghams, with BOjinre collars and em- broidered muslin' yokes. Alans' of these are real good value at special for Friday QP and Satui-daj 50c Sunshades 50c WILL YOU BE IN THE GREAT.RUSH FOR; THE86 SUNSHADES can see them in the window hut not a single one will be sold till the rush commences on. Friday morning Thej come n possible color aad shade, stripes spoU, fancy borderland plain colors. In great profusion and aio mounted on a of different kinds 01 itick Well wouh, 81 cents Jl 00 ?l 2o Atl one Jllice on Flidaj Piece JO More; Xo For iVn and Sat pHc ing on large table .full of iieeful, and oruaTnental pieces ..of china and- glass Dinner Plates, Cups apd. Sauc- ers, Milk Glatt Nappies, Fruit Bowls, Many of which are worth more than twice the asked, JOc. Each 1'ietT IVoMore; big lot of 3ar- gains from Sunny Japan Rugs, Mats and Matting in every size; width and color will be included in this lot of bargains VERY STRONG GRASS MATTING, extra thick suitable for heiiiooms, vernn dans etc special for friday nd Satin dai EXTRA FINE JAPANESE MATS, size 7" i 36 in plain bleached grass I or I ndaj and Saturdav LARGE JAPANESE MATS, 1 feet b5 i, feet %erj useful summer for bed rooms. In artistic patterns and colors. Friday and Saturday Prices for cash only Shady Straw Hats for Girls and Boys Great bargains- .these, strawi of all weaves and style, 'regular !ic and oOc AH one price Fri Sat fcOC Dainty Embroidered Sun Bonnets Very f'pe muslin dalntil.v era: hroidered, many of them sold at prices up to ?2; Kri. antl Sat- iirdm will clean the Cfl-% whole lot ujj at vllC Special in Barettes We have turned out for Friday and-'Saturday all those harettet that af, 3oc to 50p and offer jou a choice OJTfb of the uhole lot at Cwv English Prints at 12 l-2c They are all Jn ligbttcolorB just right for present wear and the colois Ulll last while there' is a thread left .to hold them, Genuine 15c value and excel- lent ialut> at that 4 A l' Frtdav and Satunhn I C 2 Printed Dress Muslin A very choice range of pat- terns to these, just the tiling; for hot weather dresses, they; have been selling- well at 20 and hut we are. holding a tremen: dou-j .stock -of- them. Jhij them fthile the best pat- terns are obtainable at at I C 2 REMNANTS GALORE of choice Ribbons, Em- and at Bargain Prices Grocery SMITH'S SEVEN POUND TIN JAM for COOKING CHOCOLATES pound LIME JUICE CORDIAL Per LIDBY'S PICCALILLI. RELISH; TOMATO CHUTN-Y, LIBBV'S CHILI SAUCE All K, Per bottle 75c .40c 35c todVj "w Tonoc lhe Sroom wlth t of MiSk Irene Mel The tllp groorisman T stick tnc boanl centred with i unique conceit in the form "of a doll dressed i bride bouquets ol bab> s hienth and candj tuft rested at the corners rovers -laid for Mrs. F. W TJou'ncr, Miss Downer, Miss Mcl.ach- Itn Miss Miss cbrr Miss Miss Galvin, and Miss Simp- son splendid gifts among which a stUfr tea ind coflpe ierucc trom the 01 the Mour Bar works of the is superiniendent tfstijjed to the pstfpn in tttiich thr jonns couplp arc held Mr. and Mrs, ,Langcll lelt on a six Inn to SI John li the States, and .on their return will reside in Edmonton, A fashionable audience yesterday filled St. Margaret's churchai West- minster, England, when Miss Hilda Cooper, daughter of the late Sir Dan- iel anil l.ady. Cooper, and by many Clubs and Societies The ice cream bout! io be held it ivi .nni the home of Mr Vifrcd Mitchell called our of tile prettiest nonicn mjSivtecnth SI N Ihis will T ngland, flas nnrried to 1 old North tonimcnce it scien o clock hn I, lieir to 1 old Kinuirh, ithe bridesmaid for the bride DENTIST MOVE UP AND DOWN Chicago, ;ll.rrThree hundred boys of St. Ac- adeniv, South pevpUines street, were introduoed lo tlie pioper use of 4he loothbnrsh Or Albeit D. Persons did In each classtoom dentist ask ed the bovs %vh'o owned toothbrushes lo hold up their hands. A good many hands went. up. Hut there were r-.ot so many who held up .thel-r hands when asked if tlisy. nsed the toolh- brushea they had. There were fe'wer still who could aay that Jhcy .used a brush every day. And there were none at all who. knew how to a brush after the method he prescrib- ed, which Is to brush up jam! down. Instead 'of Hrruas Ihe i leelh. I i Dr., Persons liU infrtliud I and gave 6u pbject 'I'hen. in j eMiliilnltig the ufeth of the tjoys, showed them resulli of calv and 1 lui'k JlV -lle.told Ilituu flml i loolh doi'av eould IIK iirwvenlfd on- b.v ihc iirjicllce _of cJeHnlinesx, TO BE ROLLED .TcVoiito. June eighteen months the Canadian te again to be rnllad 'back. Tbis-Vttnte mandate -will be '.'Go tario, Quebec and Manitoba plans for proiincidl development, ind the Dominioli government In cootlnu ing jts own finds Unit in co operation with fhe' prospective cies of Sir fumes Whitnej.. Sir Lomer Gouill In Outaiio it is known it has long been a" dream ot I L Fbglehart, rhalrmlin of the Temlsksmlnj and to extend further the line to lames At Jbe present time two exploration and "nun ing naitles are out in Ihele nls tricts gathering data t In Quebec It is anticipated tberlh AmlMiy, N..I., ..lune my alimilk ai.a tlie Am erk'au Smelling and. Co anj thf officers thot in thi one of oifleisrijVIs wounded seienil of (he deputlck sllfhlly Injiiiecl.