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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. NOVEMBUH -I. 1010 THE DAILY IIR1ULI) I'Alili KLIiS'EN Make It a Point To Be At Rylandg Alteration Sale Early To-Night GOO Shoes Still a assortment oC Limit's' button and Empress Smart Set and Hillndo ma.'ees. Child's Shoes These shoes are worth all the way up to Only I! to 10 sizes in the lot. All styles. All kinds of leathers. A Corset Sale 59c 75 pairs of D A. Corsets in medium sizes only. Worth 85c and' 'J5c a pair. Ladies' Combinations Fall weight union suits in white only. Watson's make. This is an exceptional bargain. Bath Towels 50c Extra large size colored Turk- fall Bath. On sale tonight at 50c a pair. Corset Covers 29c Knit Corset Covers, white neck. Short sleeves Another big special. Dress Goods 39c Colored dress materials In serge, granite cloths, jioplins In navy, brown, green. Crib Blankets In pink, sky, etc. Small animal designs. These renllj worth 85e at present prices. Sale A Special Bargain in Ladies Suits, worth up to 47.50 for Positively no reserve. Pick out the best suits we have. They must go during the next ten days. All new suits this season. Mncst all wool French serges. 25 Ladies Fine Coats worth to for three hours Another special that should help keep the new rcady-to-wcai- room crowded all evening. Tweed coats m 3b to 40 sizes. Not an old one in the lot. Girls New Winter Coats in a big sale tonight, only. Buv vour girl a new coat lonicht and save a couple of dollars. The assortment is at. Its best right now. The prices will never be lower. Men's Kerchiefs 40 dozen men's. white 'Ker- chiefs with colored borders. No more than five to a customer. Men's Underwear I'onman's natural wool Merino shirtfl or drawers. Sold all ovoi [he country for ;is and 40. 12 yds. Flcttv. A 'soft fleecy striped flannel- ette. Mill ends of Lie quality. Done up in yard bolts. White FlanneU'tl'c I0c This is another after supper special that should be picked up quickly. 10 yards in a pii-ce for 11.00. Black Unrt'skirts Two doaen oniy. lllack sateen petticoats. Wide, deep trill. A real bargain. 72 in. Sheeting 2.3c Only one piece left of this two yard wide bleached sheeting Set yours early. Child's Garters 10c Black or white garters that sell every place for 18c and 2Uc. Sale of Waists. 75 silk, linen and pongee waists that sold formerly for }300, and SO.OO. Qf- Tonight............ Mrs. W. and little ilaugh- i-r Dorothy, llavo returned from a trip to coast, cities.' The Art Needlework i-lilb will nici-t ju Monday afternoon at Ibi' home of j Mrs. Kocll, I Hb street, j .Mrs. II. llawke left, ynsll'l-day to sticnd several weeks in MKlk-inc lilt with her paiTllls, Mr. and Mrs. .lames Uargrave. i Mrs. V. Hammond left this aller- noon for Winnipeg lo meet her Ims- band. Mr. and Mrs. llamniond are I to New York. i The farewell s'tl of tin- women ni' j Camilla to tin; Duchess of CVr.naiight, animintiUK to has been cabled to London. The gift will be applied: to the Duchess of ConnaiiKlit's prison. era of war fmnl, in compliance with her request. The dance given by the Auditorium club under the .auspices of the C.I.A.. last Thursday night in the K. -.of P. hall was a Bnl'.t success, floor was in good condition and tin; music was excellent and dancing was a pica- sure. Much credit is vine commit- j tec for'the great success and every i one will look forward to the next j Our Cut-Price Alteration Sale Is On All Next Week COMPROMISE LIKELY IN BILINGUAL TROUBLE Ottawa, Nov. There is a possibility that a peaceable compromise will be readied in the near future between the leaders of the bilingual party In Ottawa anil the department of education with regard -to obedience by the separate schools to regulation 17. GRAIN ELEVATOR BURNT Saskatoon, Sask., Nov. The Bri- tish-American elevator at Harrls: was destroyed by fire at I o'clock this morning, .with all contents. The loss is estimated at .about WEDDINGS -J'r> ff The marriage of Miss Ann Wilson of Cranbrook to Mr. James Davidson, locomotive firemen, of Lethbrldge, took place at Cranhrook Wednes- day, Nov. 1st. The service was con- ducted by Rev. W. K. Thomson, at the manse. -The couple left for Leth- bridge where they will reside. A pretty wedding took place on Saturday afternoon at "Broadview McNab, when Helena Adela, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. IS. Stewart to Llewelyn Hall, second sou of the late John Hall of Newton, Blossoinville, Bucks, England, the Rev. R. L. Weaver offi- ciating. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore white char- meuse crepe with net veil and orange blossoms, and carried white rosebuds and maiden-hair fern. Miss Lulu Lambretch of St. Catharines, the bridesmaid, who was in pale pink silk with overdress of georgette crepe, wore a dainty cap and carried pink chrysanthemums. The Misses Hazel and Helen Smith, little four-year-old twin cousins of the bride, were ring- bearers. Thoy wore frocks of white silk ami lace with touches of pink and performed their part to the de- light of all present. The groom was assisted by his br.other. Morris Hall. Mlsa Kathleen Keyes played the wedding march and sang Tvhile the register was being signed. After the reception, Mr. and Mrs. Hall left on the eight o'clock train going west, the bride travelling in a suit of navy blue gabardine and large black velvet I hat. The presents were numerous and costly, among them were sifts Lethbridge, Alberta, and from :the teachers and officers of Christ Church Sunday school and members of the A. Y. P .A., also from her Sun- iday sciool class. A pleasing feature i of the occasion was. it being the twenty-fifth anniversary of the bride's parents. On their return they will re- side at McNab, and will be at home 'after the first of December. St. Catharines Standard. The bride is well known in Leth- ith her A re-uuion gathering of the Wesley j Onward Bible class will be noli! at; I the home of Dr. J. E. Levering, 812 avenue south on Tuesday at S p.m. AH former members as well as pres- i cut members please accept this an- j nouncenient as a personal invitation. Any adult members of the church wishing lo join the class may take this opportunity of getting acqualnt- ed with the teacher and members of j the class. The bankers of the city have issued invitations to a ball in the Sons of j England, ball on Friday. Nov. liltli. i The patronesses will be Mrs. A. F. S. Tatnnr. Mrs. R. T. Brymnei-, Mrs. J. N. Kennedy, Mrs. K. D. J. C. Johnson. .Mrs W. A. Parker, Mrs. W. D. King and Mrs. 0. F. Bletcber. The com- mittee is composed of Messrs. .1. C. F. .Millar. V. .1. MacLean, A. It. Smith, J. V. Slenhousc and 11. C. Hock. A Montreal engagement of much in- terest both in Canada and the United States is announced. Frederick her els My 0 Laundry .This'is.the question thai; coni'i-onts every innri and woman today. Where .is it being done niirl how is it done'! Is it being done in a smelly sanitary way and according to Hygienic methods I Did you see'an article in .yesterday's Lethbridge Herald from the pen of Calgary's Health Officer. Dr. Mahood. It will pay you to read it. Sec what lie about the transmission of disease. Just think how sensitive and how susceptible to con- tamination the human body is. Think of putting a handkerchief in your eye or a towel on your face that is in an unsanitary condition. The methods employed in our Laundry are modern and sanitary. We endeavor to serve every-one in a prompt and courteous manner, and guarantee to our patrons a square deal. '.S.'VPlease.giye-ius-a trial with your next bundle; Lethbridge Laundry Co. bridge, having resided here parents for a number of years. WOOD A quiet wedding was celebrated at All Saints pro-cathedral on Wednes- day evening at 9 o'clock when Mar- jorle Parker Greenwood, youngest daughter of Mr. H. F. Greenwood, and Shiuley Sutherland Oormack were united in marriage. His Lordship Bishop Gray performed the ceremony. The bride, who was given away by her father was attired In a navy blue travelling suit, the coat opening over a blouse of grey crepe, de chene. Her hat was of grey velvet, and she car- ried an ivory mounted prayer book. She was unattended. Mr. R. McLausb lin attended the bridegroom. Mr. Ver non Barfonl presided at the organ and played the Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin as the wedding party enter- ed the church, and Mendelssohn's Wedding March duing the signing o the register. AfteS the ceremony the wedding party repaired to the home the bride in the Lemarchand Man- sions, where the wedding supper was served, and the health and happiness at the bride toasted. The party in- luded only immediate relatives of le bride and bridegroom and Bishop aray. Mr. and Mrs. Cormack have alien a fat in the Avonmore Man- Journal. Mr Greenwood was a resident of a number of years ago. 'he bride was the guest of Mrs. S. J. hepherd for a short time last fall. and Lady Williams-Taylor announce the engagement of their daughter, Germaine. to Mr. Frank Duff Frazier, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierce Crazier, of 17 West Fifty-seventh St., York, and of Man- chester-hy.the-Sea, Mass. Miss Florence B. Seymour, socretary to Victor E. Mitchell. K.C., is the on- ly woman student taking the law course at McGill this year, and. :is there are two. or three score gallant roung male lawyers-in-embryo always waiting to open the lecture-room doors for her and lend her their fountain pens, she does not greatly mind bo-j ing in such a minority. The Province j of Quebec officially refuses to consid- er the idea of a lady becoming a law- yer, but Miss Seymour hoses that by the time she has. graduated the law- will be Times. The Alexander T.alt Chapter I.O.D. E. acknowledge with, .thanks, tho fol- lowing knitting of soldiers' comforts for October. J916; Socks 4 Miss Tilley; 1 Ruth Galbraith: Mrs. Horn: 2 Mrs, .Galbraith: 8 Mrs. McNabb; 9 Mrs. Mrs. Leigh; .Mrs Mrs. Cowan; I Mrs. Miss. JT.ilnoy: 1 Mrs. A. 1 Mrs. Paris; 3 Mrs. Page; 1 Mrs! .Mrs. Red- mond; -5 Miss D. Nlui.nions: 2 Mrs. Lowe: i: Mrs.' Main: C Miss McKay: 3 Miss Campbell; 3 Mrs. Pitblado: Mrs. Rr.mpbcll; 1 Mrs. Thompson; 'i Mrs Washbrooke; 1 Mrs. Lillcy (War- 1 Miss Tlingwall: 1 Mrs. Mc- (Jrae: 1 no name; S Salvation Array per -Mrs. Dan-son; 2 Mrs. Cotltts, Hal- Limited Phone 451 per dieville- 3 Mrs. Christie, Hardieville; 3-Mrs. Mitchell, Hardieville; 1 Mrs Gurr, Busy Beo Club; 10 Mrs. and Misses Cameron; 1 Mrs llylands; 1 Mrs. McMillan, sr.: 4 Miss Tronholmc's'room; 5 Westminster La dies' Aid. per Mrs. Mcllyena: 2 Mrs W Smith, Christian Church. Wrist pis., Mrs. McMillan, sr. Hand doz., Mrs. Main, Mis: Cochrane. "A SOLFJV1N WARNING" Uncle' toerflll, there, or I'll begin talking through this hat.' Toronto Telegram. That will cause a Sensation. For Tonight only. BEAUTIFUL RANGE OF lADIES' HANDSOME TWEED COATS PENT DIR- ECT FROM 'io.UR NEW YORK RIVED BY EXPRESS. VAt> UES TO YOUR CHOICE Ogilvie's ROYAL HOUSEHOLD vFlpur i-linS its- to Hie front Todav it is recognized by His Majesty' file t'rilici-and Kastiillous Highness, Public .Opin- ion, as Canada's Best Flour Canadian Higli-grade jlht! World's SUmdnrd used in the i'alace.'ot the King 01 thi! farmhouse on the prairies, OGILVIE'S ALWAYS gives satisfaction E CO., IN: LETHBRIOOE ;