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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LFTHBRIDG1! DAILY table with .Its floral appointments oi crimson carnations' over, Miss Pattcson and'. Kirkhiiiu. Miss Simpson anil Miss Aline Pnlfosoii'.'wcro -deft-, room Bright piano selections were rcudcred'by Sliss Simpson. Quite'one of the smarU'Kt events ol tthe clouds' hang' dark 'ami, The engagement is .announced of Ulc wcck was imicije0n given to- EDITED BY "I NO" .'PHONES: Office, 1224'- Reildence 1116 Vfihultin' out the Miss Grace Janet Munro, daughter of j light Hugh Mimro, M. P., Alexandria, When you're- fceliii1; kind, Qnl., to GuKlavus John Hope, of and you'don't know wrong from .Edmonton, The marriage will take Vright the] sun's, forgot his business and Use dull'and Malic 'place'Where you arc at. _'' Kxcapt wind stands as never it stood, It is an ill wind none to isooil. j'', J hear the. howl of the wind that brings S'he: long.drear-storm1 on its heavy- wings. .Cullcn Bryant. fTlic wind is rising; it seizes aad shakes fj'he doors and1 window-Minds and makes Jlysterious meanings ia the halls The eonveuli-chiiuaeys seem almost The trumpets of some heavenly host, Setting its watch upon our walls I Hostesses tomorrow Mrs.-Leader; Mrs; O. .1, Conrtiee. Mrs. A. Southard. Mrs. David Donald. Mrs. D. A." McKcririclior. Mrs. Hodgson. i -Not receiving tomorrow Mrs. J. Mrs. J. M. Aitl-cn. H. .Bentloy returned last night short visit in Calgary. I Mr. Roy ..Dawson, 01" Edmonton, who the. guest of his hrother, Mr. Dawson, of the Bank ot Toronto, has returned .home." Mrs. 'A.-F. and little: son, Rex, of How Island, in the city the guests of (Mr. and Mrs. W. Jordan, 540 Twelfth St., SJ- pliicc very quietly in Winnipeg alioul the first of June. Arnold intends to. spend, the summer ur.'outlis at Urooks and will leave for'that plaee ahont the first oi June. Mrs. Arnold will'not day by Miss Vcber in he Miss Sfrachaii. Mrs. Vebcr in was handsomely heavily hraidri! with touches of heavy white iace Wil purple velvet. Miss Vebe was charmingly to to reside until go (1III1IL au- The marriage wilt take plaee short- ly of Miss Marjoric 1'aterspn Smyth, daughter oi the llcv. J. 1'atcrson Smyth and Mrs. of St. George's reelory, Montreal, and Dr. Harold Wilson, of McGill University, late Fellow of Trinity College, Cam- hridge, England. Mr...and Mrs. James Hcaley, "The announce, the en- gagement of their third daughter, Miss Alice Katherinc1, to Mr. Frank Wilbcr Xiniag, Vice and Deputy Con-, gowned in coral ninon mounted on pearl grey sillc. Kiss Straclian wore a modish cos- tume of navy blue velvet with cicam lace accessories and smart tuscan toque. The dining1 labic presented a niost attractive appearance, with its ex- tcnant-Oovernor. of Manitoba, lion. Douglas 0, (Jan'icron, with'llcr.Hoy- Highness. Others :wlto took part' in I he quadrille were: lion. I'cc- wlio .danced with U. H. H. the I'rtticess Patricia; lion. Adam Heck and Lnily Kilzpatrick Kir Charles Kitzpatrick and Mrs. Deck; Hoa liohert Rogers and Mrs. Clifford Slt- lon; 'lion. -I'. P. and Mrs Frank Oliver Ifoa. Martin Ilurrell and Mrs. Robert Rogers. Clubs and Societies" 'A'profitable'sewing meeting of the Parish Auxiliary of St. Cyprian's church was held yesterday afternoon at. the home. .ofvMrs. Arthur Ilayr. The next meeting ol the society will be a business one, which willbehclii in the church on Thursday, May 23rd. What was possibly the first picnic of the, season. held yesterday af- quisite centre and doilies, red and at''the" river the white tarnations held in old silver Mission Band of church, vases forming the C3iilr.e adornment. Dainty favor cards were placed lor MIS. Veber, Miss De Vcber, Miss j furry, Strachan, Miss Adams various kind Miss Rogers, Miss Simpson, "Miss Macbeth, Miss Jessie Macbeth, Miss Freeman, MTS Downer and Miss Bar- assiii. Two interesting engagements, al- fccting one of Ottawa's oldesl famil- 'About twenty -girls and boys in charge of their president, Mrs, T. P the affair. Games of ils weic played, after which a" .sumptuous picnic repast was done ample justice to by the children. The, Ladies' Aid of Westminster church held their annual meeting yes- terday, afternoon. The meeting was a well attended and enthusiastic one. siil of the United States of America ies> are announced. The marriage oi j During the year just ended the ladies at Zanzibar, elder son of the late Mlss Morna Bate' clllest daughter of i raiscd :a ovcr which Mr. .las. B. V'ining and Mrs. Mat- the lalc IAut.-Col. fl. Allan Bate for the aclhHy ol the grand-daughter of Sir Heiiry gnret Vining, of Jersey .City, former- ly ,of London, Ontario. The marriage will take .plaee Jn. July. The Daughters and'Maidb of Eng- land held another of their popular; The election, of officers resulted whist drives in the S.O.E. hall last j graBd.daUghlw cf th and K.C.M.G., to William.Coris-, tine, Montreal, will take place in AH follows Saints'-church, Ottawa, on Satnr-l P.. Burgmann. day, June 1. The marriage of Miss j.. K Butler. Dorothy Walters, elder daughter of Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. W. II. and Mrs. McDonald Walters, and L. evening. SeVenfeei tables were made up, the Dotitre, late lo 'Ucwcllvn Joseph Bate, iortunattj winners being Miss Marion Sirs.. Meredith, Mr. Hanky and Mr, T. whila the ucmsclations, went to Miss Haisic Fleetwood and Mr. E.. Faimch, sr. At t-hc conclusion oi' 'twelve eamcs, the Mrs, J. who leaves shortly' on an extended trip1 abroad, was prcssnted' with -a jiionogramed gold headed arid' a gold pin. The presentation was made by Mrs. Wilson, the vice-presi- dent, in a few suitable words. in the social calendar youngest son of Sir Ileiuy Hate, will take place in All Saints' church on Monday, June 3. The first nail', given by their Royal Wilson. 'Visiting'1. Commit ten Mrs. John ,G.raham, Mrs. J. .B. Gray and Mrs. Flower Committee The Pastor, Mrs. .H..-Burgmann and Mrs. W- L. Wilson, Highnesses Duke and Duchess of. Of Interest to Women v. five hun- Ruesf, for weeks 'his fa- iesy to her house giiest, Miss Lar- ther, Mr. J. McUlmton, of HeUast, j son, of Lang, Sask. Irelanil. Miss Jean >Sinis, who. recently over vieui rose .silk. proved a very brilliant affair arid was atlen.'cd by many notables, both from t the capital and from a mur.'ier of csut- side cities. The guests, who were invited for 9.30 o'clock TiuVsday night, were received by Lady-in-waiting to Her.JRoyal ?High- ness the. Duchess, at the 'eh trance' t'o the beautiful white and gold ball- Jroom.J iV'lLttlc 'later.'Their; entered the, ed 'by tlic hol.l, Rivcrs-Bulkcley Mr'i Ar- Mrs. Jlcssey welcomed- her guests thur Sladcn, private Cap-' wearing a tunic tain Bullcr, V. P. C.; Captain Ram- j sey, A.D.C.; Dr. WorUiington, I f'nl 7f Cap- signed her position as laljy' superin- 'iliss Larson was winsome in peach, tain A.D.C' and tendent ot the Medicine Hat General 'crepe with -satin bandings in- the er, military .secretary.-. The Princess Hospital, has accepted a position as Jady-superintendent -of .the. Lincoln Ho'sphal in, bihcbln, -Nebraska. t J. W. Thqrburn and bride, loruipr- ly Miss Myrtle- Curric.'of this city, Iia'vV'arrivccr from Calgary and nave r TJirce tables were A Winnipeg, Those bidden w'erc was_ until re- member of (he siad of the Bank of-Commerce at Lcthbridge. Edraonlon'-Bulletin. Ikce Patricia came in behind.her parents, in -play, Miss jand. the two ladies-in-waiting; Miss winning the j -Polly nml-Miss-'Adam followed. There I were between four and live hundred innumerable magazine articles, many ..Mrs. Stanley guests present, and the scene was Lnesa being on the conservation of iB; a true Wester hW home-in The time must come, says Dr. Francke, when- It will be a crime to wear tight skirts. Miss Agnes CI Laut, one of the Tore- -inost'.Canadian-writers, is a su3ir_ at the Vancouver. though" no New having early at. Winnipeg Colleiriate and Collie. Being ra'ther ,catb in -heitltiil ghe was obHneil 10 uirTfef afumos before grathuuion, and shortly afterwards became tele- graph editor on the 'Manitoba Free Press. Her first, and by many her best 'known book, was "Lords ot the been followed by "The Heralds of "Story o' ''Pathfinders of the of the "The Conquest of the Great North "Canada, Umpire of the and Kirklmm, Mrs. Frank' Hedley, Miss most brilliant in ever) icspect, Simpson, AVs Miss Nellie flowers, the lights, 'the music, and taken Mr.4Govenloclr's house for-the ITazell, Miss 'Ives, Miss Rogers, the beautiful dresses worn ad.iing Miss Adams Miss Anne much to the gay effect. natural resources. Her last ,book, "The Freebooters of the caused a storm of indignation by its exposure of the corruption wbich ex- P.atteson -and Miss .Harassing Tho ball was opened by a qiiadnllc regard to the administration oi other guests, diopned 'd'honneni, His Royal Ugliness-'danc- in at the tea the tra'ing with Mrs. Cameron and the Lieu- 'the timb-sr of the Western States, and'rled'to an investigation, by the government. THE BEAUTY OF SUNLIGHT is that every garment washed with it bears the impress of purity begotten of sweet, cleansing oils, and main- tained by absolute cleanliness in purity exalted by the co-operation of workers in unity of A purity demonstrated by the Guarantee" which rests upon every 5c. bar of SUNLIGHT SOAP. The Lever on Soap Giurintee of Purity and Excsllence. 5c. a bar at all Grocers and Stores. 34 117 1 T J P 1 Week-fcnd specials And (her Startling Array of Bargains That Will Make Week-End Shoppers Hurry to THE BAY. Final Days of Our Ladies' Spring Suit Sale A Suit for j Tlic last two days oi' our groat sale of" Ladies' Spring Suits will see n great Change in the method oi' pricing, every suit in stock will'he got together for this i'inal clearing up and all tliosc that were priced anywhere lo will .take Ihcir chance at......................S 15.00 Buy Your Spring Suit Now and Get Worth for All 'that lovely range purchased for this season's trade that were marked and reasonably prices ranging from to will he put in another class and sold at the remarkably low price for these two days Another Great Sale of Underskirts at Two Prices Only; 75c and Made fi ora the very finest" of mercerised some have a shirTei flounce, others n knife pleated frill l We ottered a mnge of these {i few and fortunate enough to get .lusf one mole consignment of them Don't get left this time, the quantity is limited and we anticipate a large demand. VERY SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY'S SELLING OC AT 75c and Take a Peep at Window Full of Bargains in Neckwear at :25c have turned out a complete range ofdXT.cckwcar so much wanted hy ladies at this season and a glance at on'r-wiudojvy will bo sufficient to convince you of the drastic reductions that-harc been made on the prices. JABOTS, LACE COLLARS, NECKLETS, BOWS, COLLAR 'cUtF regular 50 cent and 75 cent valued will be reduced for Friday and Saturday only to one low.clearing OCji price of, each fcW" A Great Bargain in Ladies' Hose All colors are Included in this great offer and even conceivable shade; some are plain lisle, others m lace and fancy liiile. They are all worth 75c and many of them ?1 00 Frlrtayand Saturday Ladies' Long Silk at 50c a Pair f Every size be found m this special llnp.ot silk offered for weekend shoppers, are ertra long and mis' had in black, or'cojo These good buying at 90c ana1 f 1.00 and will be a bargain Two Great Snaps in' Ladies' Hand Bags L-OT NO. 1 AT...........50c. LOT NO: 2 AT In this range will ho found those von" smart Suede bags in colors to match your dress, with circular gilt frames They are well worth 11.00 each. Consists of some choice styles in black Seal grain, with gilt fasteners; others are in ths EPS- nlar wrist style and any-bag amongst them ia worth Jl-75. We Will Clothe the on Friday at 20 Per Cent Less We are going to give you a great opportunity on Fridav and Sat. ot this week to clothe the boys at 20% oft regular'prices Our selection of Juvenile attire is ot the very best and when we say wo 20 per cent off our regular prices, you know, they will he cut pretty fine. You can get a suit for the little fellow of 4 years on Friday for and all our boys' suits will be in like proportions. possible cloth and every size will ho amongst them.' It is practically impossible, for you to slate a wish In .l.uvenile attire thnt we can- not fill and at such prices too. Suits at Best Bargains This Week for Ladies Only C A t.wU Boots for ladies only, and of the very highest grade will be' offered in tills week's sale, they are the pro- duction of the celebrated Fdwm C. Burt factory. This Is sufficient guarantee of their-quality. Nowi for the prices: Tan Calf Blucher Oxfordt, with short varap, smart toe and Cuban heel, welted! a. good sell- er at ?5 30; Friday and Saturdav, per pair 1 an Call Ankle Pumpt, welted; a very smart model for smait wear. Regular, f for per pair Tan Vlci Blucher .Cut a new Sprinc shape. that commands a ready sale at all times C A for fo.50; buy them on Friday and Sat. Good Grocery Buys ORANGES, per.doien 20, 25, 30, 40e. BULK TEA, per pound -.30c. MIXED PICKLES, per bottle 25c Bottled MAPXE pint bottle ...20c, STRAWBERRIES, per tin 20c. HUDSON'S BAY CO. ;