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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tnesrtay, November 5,11)12 TTTK LirrTTni?TT>f^E DAILY HERALD BLUE RIBBON TEA AND All tUo other Blue Ribbon Goods, llio Cortco, the Uakliig; I'owder, tho Extracts and llio Jolly Powder, urc oiiaily hi a class by themselves. Thoy aro famous as tho pui'o food tninlly. 'I'lie family that iH gimrahlccil to please. If thoy don't plcaSo you, your money will be CUeei'tully refunded. Try them. BIG MEN ARE BEHIND THE PROJECT To Build Railway From Hudson's Bay to Pacific Coast announce- EDITED by -IHO" PHONUi Ofrlea, 1t24 i:->^i: NmMMIM till What Is it when all is told- This ceusoicss loilini; tor fame Kohl ; The llcctiug joy or biilcr Icius, \\c ale only lict6 (or b. Ii;\v sliorl ycafs. Nulhitig out b  Mrs. C. S. KatrtiW v.-us hostess o! a ijarty on Saturday alternoon in names in ICngland, sucii as linn. Lord Karrar, Ut. lion. Lord Vivian, Ht. lion, (iuy O. Wilson, .lalnns MlliiiiK-lon anit olhcis, hcsidi's Francis lo-cliiiip, ot Amslcriluni, llolland. The conii)any will proceed to build four hundircd miles of line immediately the snow is off Ihc ^rounu, the first portion of tlio road heinf;; in the Kdnionton to I'cacc River country, � I. M. Williams, the company's engineer l)Piiig already out in that section. 'Pile company lias in vltw a colonization scheme and intends ovm-tualiy to establish a line of sienmcrs across lludson 13ay to Knglaiid for takine; the wheat crop out at tiio end honor ot her son, Kenneth's, eleventh birthday. Onmes ot various kinds were in order, after which a sumptuous repast was cnjoycdj candles and tiny pumpkins forming the decoration the end malfus all lhin!;s of the dlUint; tablt. Tht)SD biddch included Ivy Lipplhg-well, Dolclc LipplhgwcU, DorlS Stitt, "tmnpecs llio wind" wiili such Marjory Lftimrtnn, Vera Hodds, Les-lovlng can- lit" Lchmann, Douglas Ott, Wlmilircd Hsht, nut Clod right in le knows the burc, with it you got any patterns free; you'll find a hundred aild one things in it bosldOB styles. How to innUe useful hol.lday gifts, etc. Warner's Rust-Proof Corsets Are the Best Once again wo say Warner's Rust Proof Corsets are best. There's hardly room for arguinont for WAnNER'ti is the blggtiut selling lino In ,the States, and It won't be long before the majority of fjflthbrldgQ ladies are wcating then!; eight models from $1.50 to ?3.75. Eiderdown Wool in Fifteen Dilferent Shades Ct'ochot yoiirsoir an aviation cap or a inufllor or a skating Bap, out of this softftiifry yai-ii, Yon can hardly montlon a shade biit wo have It; good size skeins for loo. All Leather Hand Bags Excellent Value 95c, New York Hand Hag's, that should soil for $1.50. We bought heavily and securet| ah oxlra good bargain. Tho bags aro just tho proper size and are all loiithor. Pepper and Salts 25c each A snap in shakers. You will find these at the notion counter; clear cut crystal with nickel plated tops. Saxony Flannel More of tlnit soft heavy weight llirimoletto In stripes; got)d for underwear purposes; worth easily 12 ]-2c. Skeins of Mend- iofy Yarn 5c Better '.larli everything you linvfc, wlieii you can get such spiiMulId (|uallty of darning yarli at .so low a price: A sample Ic., comprisiug all. thals now in neckwear; values up to 7."iC-all at one price, 50c. Norloiks 35c 'Ihey are all tho f.\o dOwli Knst-everybody's wearing Norfolk coats, or w;iisls. Wo havo black, red or fancy patent belta In great variety. Child ren s Un- derwear Our stock of children's Un-.. V iM' liuH biH'ii added to b.v ......I'hi'l ni' a ali!|imont from WalRon, also anotimr lot of riirnbull's I'ure Wool Uudor-wonr, in tiglils, vests and combinations; lu-iccs ?3ric to $1.00. Mr? Bourqiic is in Edmonton tor a short visit.  *  Mrs. Thomas, of Minneapolis, wlio has been on an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. .1. F. Kinip.son, will rctUrh home on Thursday.   t JNIrs. McKcggic ol Toronto, who has been a guest with Jlrs. G. W. Robin-sun, left yesterday to visit in Kcriiie. row ahd Gordon Morrison. � .   Mrs. Hcnjamln Russell and wee son. Who have been visiting with Mrs, William Stafford, WeStmihetsr rOad, have returned to Calgary, Jlrsi J. D. Hlglnbotham, who h&a been at Clifton iSprings, New York, Is at present visiting in Detroit, ahd H expected home In a couple of weeks. t * � Mrs. Lull, liiothti' of MrS. I. Hoopet, Fourteenth sli-eet South, ig receiving congratulations today bn the attalh-mont of her 88th birthday. Mrs. Lull was born in the New Brtglahd States, but' iilovcd West when a Very j-oiihg woman, au(l was one of llid ploneei'S of St. PaUh Alnong thOfed sending good wlBlies was 'Mrs. J. J. Hill. Clubs and Sdcietiei Mrs. (Dr.) Patton, nt Coults, who ; has been ill at the Gait hospital, was siilliciently recovclrcd to return home yesterday. The ladies ot the First Baptist cliuTch will meet this eyenitig wltli Mrs. .C. D. Leader, Seventh'Ave., at seven-thirty. , '. , . Tlic Ladies'. Aid society ot the'frirfet liaptist church will incut at thtcd Mr. and Mr..?. Gcorue Lane, cal-' . "'^^^^^ gi'.ry, announce the engagement of , . , j , . . ,  their daughter, Annie Mabel, to Uev. ,,. . , � . , ^.^ - , -i'' Hugh Mortimer Paulin, ol Chalmers , "^VV^' '^'.''^� I church liWd a most delightful soqlal. last evening. TTatlowc'dh game* tt all kinds turhi.slied splelidld chtcrtaih- j ihent for" the large number present.. NEWS of mW LINENS Linens �ou Can Trust yO SATISI'Y rOLK IN LINENS has long been * tucceat with Ui* People believe in our linenSy because long acquaintance with these partictili makes has proved every excellence, and tnade eer*^ tain all that we ctatm for them Tabic linens are Cliristmas gifts that the libusekeeping friend always, appreciates;, ThCHe are gifts that combine.thoUglitfll.lnGs3;i utilit};:-, and beauty. Ask.a>liousewife to show yoii $oine of hcl'/'| treasure's tindhliietlliies put of ten slie show you linens, iierlmpstflcloth,,or maybe ftc'J collection of daintily worked doilies and" cen-.^Jt 'terpieees, o^jjlossibly a sGdrf- -given; to" .lier.(^ ye.ars"ag6ir'Ui'-J..'.-� ��-'�^ ��  ' ' "t"- linen will get at this store. We arc rather proud of our linen stock, no,t' , only because it is the finest in this section, but '\ hecrtuse we have in it some of the best Imeaa . .fl that are sent from ahroad. ? Ireland, with its peculiar facilities for bleachirio' has giA^en to the world linens which, can hardly be fjurpassed for durability and soft silky appearance. ^Ye are carrying a full range of pure Linen Table Cloths; TiilJlfe Napkins, and Fancy Linens of alT clescriptions, which have been Jjleacliedviinder the old faslhioli metliod of �grass hleflidiiijig-T-iind this combined with the" rare atinos|)her0 of Ireland, is conducive id the best're^jil^s*' . pur fyrlc.fe^^^^^^^ very lowest consistent with, quality. ciiurch, Woodstock; Out., the marri-i age to talte place December 4.   4 Mv. IL Nesbitt, manager ot the Jlerchants Uank, Necpawa, has been I Tiie F^ospital Aid society tnot A\i '\ trausterred to Wc.t.askiwin. Me Ik a i t,i,e iio,,e of Mrs. William Henderson _ sonrin-law of ^oLJiplchcr, formerly ,yesterday aftcrhoon_ and jt was ex-of Lcthbridgc. ... cncdiiigly gratify'ihg'to note the pres- * * ^ * -euce ot quite a number of new mem-Miss .Jacl{irehlsive but^hlbrB'almplo dinners have beeii the l;uio In tile west end ot London fdr BOiiie tlino ahd the message hfiS goli'e ffoni ,'\vest to east, the cuftniltVil p'flvate dliiUei-s of the west end haV,d beeft far feliorter public feasts lit tlw cjty. l''o/ years the city mah lilts befiil the slave of �xtl'enle!i of callhg Uld '.(ititck' luneh and tho long dlnher. ' .. ,, . Now,'though tho al't oC dining has shed nothing of Its lUst�.r,tbtirQ is ah evindihg tendency tdWard shbrter din-nets, Quicker BervJoo arid .allorter menus arc tho denland. Obod dihnotB ai-e still oxpenstve. The dltlttor Ot today is ail interlude In'a pfoBriMli hot tho program Itfielt; ', fhbi'e' iB no AIL CRANBROOK MEN ARE 01 F�feighters struck and ,I|US ness men HdPE.FON'^N early SiTTLBMBNT > Criihbroofc, B. C, Nov. 4. i*- Thiii: motnliig oSving to a 6ttik� iii�r-| BoiUiel oi: the now Montreal Harbo Hoard until the close of the,navlg4"| tlon dn November 23, tumor In the capital names tho following VerJ strongly: Sir Thomas Talt, aB.KT OOjNJPAnV ' � ^' ST. JAMES STREET -.....MONTREAL" rioauo nu'iulou this papbr. 1S0 ;