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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ;Thursday, November THE LETIIBRTDOB'DATT.Y HERALD MILADI 'EDITED BY "WO" PHONES: Office, 1224 tlU Kro. Clojl forgivp, tin; guilt, Make man some restitution your part Hrownitig. Good nature and good sense must ever join (To is human; to'forgivc divine. Keep thoti from the Opportunity, mid God will keup thee from the Sin. t ostesses tomorrow I Airs'. J. M. Ailki'ii. rMrs. Uailey, and airs.' Charles 'Morse, .of Ottawa, to take place in All Saints' church at halF-past two on .Saturday, November and will followed by a recep- tion at sii Tele- Clubs and .Societies 'Avc-, S., lor the first time since cum- ins to Lelhbt'idge. Mrs. J, W- lUcNicol'is visiting Waeleod, Mr. jMilcs Ucnnison, of Winnipeg, is renewing acquaintances in the city. JMr.' Mac'alpihb has gone on an ex- tended visit to his home in Bradford, 'England.. Mrs. George; Seaman, of Montreal, arrived in the city yesterday to Visit wilh her., daughter, Mrs. G-. 'Alexan- der; '121 -Seventh St., S. Mrs. J. W. McNicol was hostess o! a delightful four table bridg.c last evening.' Tils'- lovely trophies' won Jjy Mrs. B. Stafford and Mrs. G-. -Tj. Vri'oman. Mrs. E. S. Jackson, 1412 Sixth Ave., hold her post-nuptial reception on Saturday, November 9, from four to .'Her aunt, Mrs. Hugh Boyd, will receive- with her. Mlsa-HolnieB, Oil Tenth St., who has "been -in Barons for the pa-st few days currying, on her duties as professional j nurso, will arrive homo the end oC the week and will open an office in the Hull -V Mrsi J. J..'Smirl and little son 'Cardnell, who have been guests with Mrs. James Acheson, of Duninorc, are returning home on Monday. Mrs. Smirt accompanied Miss Achcsou, was during Congress, when, she returned home. Mr.- and Mrs. -I. M. Hornet and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. who motored from Edmonton, and Miss Shoitldice, of Calgary, who were guests in the city for ,the" Jngham- Dowsefct nuptials, which were 'cele- brated yesterday, will return home tomorrow. Mr. Harper is entertaining those took part in "Hilcc Taylor" at the Conservatory of Music on Friday .evening: The hostesses will be Mrs. Waddington, Mrs. J. Morgan, Mrs. Petls'aiid Miss 'Archer. Dancing and cards will be the amusement. Through an inadvertence it was stated yesterday, that Mr. Hayr pur- chased the 'autograph quilt, which was off at the bazaar, held un- 'der the auspices of the Parish Auxili- ary of' St. Cyprian's church. Mr., "Hayr bid for the quilt, but was out- bid L. L. Asquith, who kind- Tim Mower Guild will visit the CJalt hospital as, usual at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The monthly business meeting of the Wesley Ladlps' Aid society was .Sixth held yesterday afternoon, when the ladies decided to hold a sale of work on Dec. (i. W.'R. Virtue .ind Mrs. .A. Hamilton served tea to the goodly number present. The ladies of Knox; church arc re- minded of the meeting of the Wo- men's Foreign Missionary society at three o'clock tomorrow "afternoon, which Miss Kinney, the returned J-'i mosa missionary, will deliver an dress.. The Ladies Aid of the First Ba tist church arc'sparing no effort make their entertainment and pu kin pie social, which 'will' be held the basement oE the church tomorro evening, a decided success. .'A. sple did program has been arranged Mr. Hayes, the-dramatic will take part. The Woman's l-Fome-Missionary cicty of Knox cluirch'iiiet last ing with a line attendance. Miss M Kay road-a realistic paper on "T life of the a Mrs. Cumming gave an exhaustive p per on "The, Miome mi sion work in Alberta." sock' realized SGO net from the riimma sale, which was held iii iNortli Let bridge last The .Sunday school-executive of ley church will meet-on-'Friday eve in the club room'at S'O'clock, is I Of Interest, to- Wornen ly donated it sion. to the Nursing Mis- Mrs. li. If. Fowler, who was at home formally yesterday afternoon for. the first time this season, wel- comed many callers. The dining room was done in pink chrysanthemums, crimson geraniums adorned the room. The deft assistants were Miss Lena Stewart'and Miss Maisie Flretwood, while little Bertha Boulton admitted tho guests. Honorable W- II. and Mrs. Mon- tague announce the marriage of their eldest daughter, Pearl Rhoda, to Mr. ,.Iames L. S. Crosscn, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Crosscn, of Cobourg, .Ont. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Bulling have issued-invitations for the marriage of their second daughter, Gcorgjj-, to Mr. Charles Scdgcwick Morse, Fort. William, and eldest son of Mr. I When different socie ies of the city are'busy working Christmas gestiious ttukeii "from an. .exchang 'might Many'of our clever woiheri'are uia ing pretty, flower..hat -pins- to corres pond with'ttH3 rest of the''coslum and these kncies would find a read salo at.: the Christmas 'bazaar. Fo the dnisy hat; pin the materials r quired are 2 1-3 yards whlto bebe ri and a small piece of a wide width In yellow, Cover the head a. common hat pin with tlio' yclkr after working it 'with French knot in solden silk. Cut a piece of ribbo a little larger than the pin head, an this sew evenly doubled strips the bcbe ribbon about -the length petals oC thc dog daisy. This olon will not be full enough, so SRIV a se ond -row on top. Slip this over th pin and fasten it. to the under par of the knotted pin head. Rosebud hat pins may 'easily b ma do on the same plan. Sew on th smallest petal first, folding :it righ round the pin bead. Then sew on th of petals evenly ami firml> round the pin under thc head to fern the' body of the calyx. Napkin rings are-out of'date. Th or caTV-en wood will no longer be on tho tables of housekeeper. the truly un-lo-datt In, their place hag ap peared tho daintiest of.table acces sories, the napkin envelopes. These dainty receptacles are mad1 of fine linen that matches the centre pieces and doilies used elsewhere 01 the ta.ble. They are decorated witl embroidery, of course; but there opportunity for more elaborate work and different work, if you choose. For example, a girl can. make hei own napkin envelope, embroiderer pretty spray of her favorite flower and her monogrjim or one in HIiil in one and this is a good plan, for then if she goes away COMMENCING Friday, Nov. 8th 'And continiiingfoi1 one week I will sell all. trimmed hats at cost price. All I'cU shapes, mounts and. fonthers at 25 per cent discount, .Also Ribbons, Veilings, etc. 8 urn-: i IHLL BLOCK LACE AND FUR HAPPILY COMBINED This graceful evening, .gown.. has triple skirt. Ivory-white ninori draped over black velvet, abbVe whicli is srranged a graceful panTiier'of'the same ninon, edged with .lace, and ,fur.. The broad band of lace which forms the corsage is continued over the Black velvet is use'd'fbr'thfc waist band 'from home on a visit it tak en along to he used by her hostess in place of the usual ring. You can obtain the pattern by opening an ordinary business onvcl ope, six -ami one-half inches 01 inches by three and one-half in6hfes wide. Cut the linen according to tliip and buttonhole tho either straight or in shallow- seal lops. Then stamp the desired -design, on the plain portion of .the lineu that 'corresponds to the sida enevlope which bears the :address when sending can choose., a design of ilowcrs tint t i allow ji blossom or a spray of 1 to be carried over on the flap, or that space may be reserved for'the' monogram or initial of the 'dvrtie'r1. The Modern Turkish Woman. Thc outbreak of war has turn-ad ir thoughts to the Near East, say writer in a, woman's newspaper, and the probable results are-discus- sed throughout the land. Few p-sopl-3 however, consider the women .of- the countries whose men are: iSghtiii; each oilier so fiercely, and on them will fall a large share of the dangers and disasters that will re- sult. It is rarely realised that the' Tur- kish woman's legal position is better than that of her sisters in any coun- try in Europe. She has entire con- trol over her properly, and can will soil, and buy without hav- to consult anyone. JIahoinhi'edah women with property" rights have al- ways pleaded their own cans in ourts of law, and they have often done so with great eloquence. If a married woman earns money, It is icr own, and ner husband cnnnot1 ouch it. She is not wider "the legal guardianship of her husband, and he s not responsible for her debts. At marriage she is endowed with a erate estate, over which she has eij- .ire control, and which, remains hers mder any circumstances. As In Tur- ;ey sons and daughters inherit .equal- y, hei- private property is oftr.n con- Iderable. Site can .hep husband irnl he sued by him. A sum is set side for housekeeping expenses, and 10 one has a. right lo enquire hew ii s spent. Her husband is obliged 'Io naintain her and her servants- ae- ording to his monns. In fact, Hie egal position of the Turkish' woman sues a strong one that thoug-h a i-k is by law allowed to have four 'ives, he is very seldom i'ound with lore than one, as ho is maid of lilting, hhnt-'elf at tha mercy of so lany women, These facts, if published broadcast, have the oft'ect cC turning-'the de of public feeling in .favor of Tur- ey, may possibly ro'liU in the.send- out to this and dJhor less favor- bly countries for tile wo- ipii, missionaries frcm that ill our women o; the great happi- oss to 'be i'tnind in the country _wo avo been taught to look upon as be- htcd In the degree.. TIIK MAID OF SAUAGOSHA Tlic Spaiiianli; have crccUitl a inotut- and Saturday Specials AT THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES What is a A bargain is'something you need at less money than you've been accustomed to pay. It's no use advertising goods as bargains when the lines inciilioncd hero, and you'll, bo convinced. Don't wait until too late to get, the best values, rea'i you. Bargains in ToweliBg for Friday and Saturday By are don't. Take a ftood look at! ulyrit 8.3.0'ocloek on .B'riday and tint- "IN 'OUR fiRY GOODS DEPART- :MEMT HUCK'TOWELING IS inches .wide, all 'linen, -with red bolder Regulii loe per jard Tilda; and 4 rt batuulaj pci I "With icd Ijoi au '4 wide, ail ,liii6n; regular 1 c l T yard Indav antl jaid With and. .white; also red inches wjde. %alue lie In jiid i Uw daj and LADIES' BLACK HOSIERY la ribbed or nlain style; sizes, S 12 to 10 Indn md Situidaj pel inn ESc LADIES' HAIR NETS All colors' with or withojlt ol istic ill luge, 1 ud i and Saturday-ten- for. :Balance'--6f our stock of LADIES' KID GLOVES .Good variety of colors; one and two dome fasteners; Regular "values Jl.2.5, and Friday atid- Saturday per pair w w Grand Finale of Ladies' Fall Suits Values up to on Sale Friday and Saturday for. S13.95 Special selling of1 suits at clearing out prices. If you see the goods, you can hardly credit the; prices. anyJof these fine tail- or-made garments if you are ready to snatch at opportunities. do not want to carry them over so away, they go at a clearing price. Our selection includes 'Tweeds, diagonals, serges, cheviots, chinchillas and soft nap broad-cloths in black, navy, tan, brown, grey and heather mixtures. 'Coats new 32-in stylo satin lined, 'suit is perfectly tailored and represents! .the highest- obtainable, "merit in: workmanship, In style qual- ity and fjiiish. Unbeatable -value, regular up to OU Saturday: Boot and Shoe Dept. Comes Fdrwiard with Remarkable Values LADIES' AND MEN'S COMFV FELT HOUSE day and Saturday, per pair GIRLS' COMFY FELT SLIPPERS; Friday Saturday, p_er pair SLIPPERS; Friday air 'GIRLS' Bluclior cut Sizes S to 10 at pep .pair 11 to 1, at ?1.45 per BOYS' BOX CALF HAND SEWN i Splendid for school oar. Sizes 1 to 5; Friday and i Saturday pei pa.r LADIES' CORSET "Ladies' coutil arid jeau sets; all steel, titled in the pop- ular bust and long hip styles. 4 hose supporters equal in quality1 to thise sold at ?r.25; and Saturday, per CO'LB -WEATHER SPECIAL .100 Qnilleil Comforters-filled witliJjcst clioosc from: reg; values up-to y..cotton filling, one dozoii jiat- g3.25-j jydfty !mci Satarduy, each House Furnish- ings Specials for Friday and Saturday WINDOW SHADES Good quality cloth, in cream and greon, -complete with brackets. Friday ami Saturday each >Ba.i> No window should without a shade at this price. A LEADER IN CURTAIN SCRIMS We tin.1 offering some dainty effects in curtain scrims, ecru and trellis designs, at a liargaiu pricu. Friday and Saturday, yard 5 S.2W ART CRETONNES and Three pieces only, red blue cnlorir.R-J, hordered dRsijjne, rcvcrsilde. douhle width. Reg- ular value per yard. Friday and Saturday per 15O1M yard 'The Boys Clothes Question is Easily Solved here on Friday and Saturday A GENUINE SNAP IN BOYS' CLOTH1NQ 2fj boy-s' suits, sixes ranging from. 23 to 33; dark and light patterns. In fine Quality tweeds, with a sprinkling of. worsteds: all tailored with care; well lined and interlined. Regular values up to Friday and Saturday. A FEW. BOYS' HEAVY IMPORT- ED .TWEED OVERCOATS -With convertible and military col- lars. Good winter coals ;snng fit- ting. Shies 2S to 33. Regular value up to 58.00; Friday and News From Our Men's Wear Dept. MEN'S HEAVY IMPORTEO FLANNELETTE NIGHT SHIRTS Unshrinkable, one pocket, cut and shaped in good style. A necessity those cold lights. In sizes 15, 16, n and 18. Hegular, values ?1.00; Friday and Saturday..............OUC MEN'S FLANNELETTE, PAJAMA SUITS JMade from high grade import- ed English Flannelette, military style. All sizes. Regular val- ues 51.75; Friday Saturday MEN'S HEAVY RIBBED SPRING NEEDLE UNDERWEAR Splendirt fitting garments, nat- ural shade; sizes to Uegular values ?2.50 suit; En-, day and .Saturday per suit To everyone, making ;i ]mroliastv of not loss tlian of groceries, wo give the choice of, and tlic.priv.ilego ol' being able to purchase a sack of Hudson's Bay flour .for or a tin of. tea for must be purchased in order to obtain less than woi thosi! price concessions. SALE' GOODS ARE .FOR CASH ONLY AND CANNOt BE. EXCHANGED- lover's hand, and fired the undiyciiaiV't lucnty-fouu-pnumler into the hcail of thc vol- uiun. The. enemy was thrown back. Tim out tu memory of AngAsliiiii OH! THAT A VOICE MIGHT CRY, "DISARM! dreamed a Voice of one God-auth: OTixed Cried tliro' the "Disarni' And there 'was consternation in the camps; And nvan who strutted under braid The passer rend, ''Peace hids her children starve." Hut foolish women clasped their lit- tle sons And wept for joy, not reasoning liko men. Kravcrv .lurins' 'te j battery, am! the pension. A vcars later WHS rlliwoiit.s. MIC piiniicrs of llu: Span-j tllllio on Ujc'The word was echoed from'a thous- Hut men were and they ollti whiPh and hills. could not toll. tlHMasMoa'iicil ;iml filolory of life nulmnnhenx'i n'eeds Rent on l.lioir niodalled bronsts and wailed, "Undone." -Again the commanded: "Now, go forth .And build a world for Progress and for Peace. Tills work has waited since th-o earth was Tho infantry Ilinched and. ihc French were closing in, whon-a ImtrotlK'd to a sur- Ki'anl en' arlillcrv had icsl lallrn, _- i T j, it for ond Cnkls in, MiaUttM? uw uiJilch "nmioh coat: BO mficjji' of death, fire tlirovu tho awful ofj dcnib with rtorJ. tin forth, I death, niul build." lied into Hiieiido. Sf-'i-iuvlcd upon j Oh, Ihni a Voic-i1 of one- the ed. Might cry to all mankind, "Disarm1! WIluox. NEW TRIAL THIS MQNTH Seoul, Korea, Nov. new trial of tho l'2'.t .Koreans recently sentenc- od to long terms of imprisonment for, conspiracy agai-nst thc life of Count Taraucbl, UIR R-ovflriior-ecneral will begin No.vember A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT Mrs. Edward Kennudy. of Merid- ian, Conn., 40 years old, wan ad- vi'.M'd by'her [iliynlcian to try Ur. Alai-lell's I'VmaM Fills, dirt so with wpnilerfulj.-cK-iuHs. Thotia- iilK of others nay HIR ino. -0 years the slnndard, at ;