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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta y. Novijiiuhcr Sih, 1012 TTTF, PATLY HERALD _ _ MILADI EDITED BY PHONEi: 1ZM yoirn HKST GIFTS You may not costly gnus on luii' lie- tt'ho, by your side life's heavy trials Hut you can give lo her what she i will More highly limnetic crown an em- press wears. Living word, a let tiler smile, will i lilf Her soul with joy ariU imakc it sweet j to livo I They cost so little, and they bring F so much J Of gladness that els'e on earth can give. Then be not slow to 'give what costs yon naught, .The day may come whs 311 o'er a grassy mound iVou'll inurinur tenderf ist words above the one, AVhose ears are duUctil to e'en ilm fjfSJ sweetest sound. J-glla Cornell. m Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. E. S. Jacksoit, 1-112 Sixth at Iier reception, when her- aunt, Mrs. I-'Uigh Hoyd, will with ht-r. JMr. and IVhs. James GJenister wnrit Medicine Hat toda y, they attend the hall this Hj Mr. Violin Ltyj, of thit Bank of Com- staff at Mudiuin p. Hat, and Mr. Wright, al: ib of Medicine wlio were in th t: city for tlie .Nielsen Recital, were guests -R. A. Wright. j Alfred Kcroirgic, of lirooks, is stay- ing with Jiis uncle, Dr. K. biaitit, whiie utictidliig school in this city. IMr. and Mrs. V. L. i.eacb will lie week-end visitors at Krenk. Mrs. l.each leaves ni'xt Friday lo visit ii Winnipeg for three weeks. Dr. A. M. and Mrs.- l.yficrty fhis morning for Chicago, where they! were summoned bit account of the ser-.j tons illness of the doctor's brother. Dr. Latterly will also' attend the medical association, which IK conven- ing in that city. j Mrs. II. .1. Ooodt; leaves tin: lirst of the month for bur homo in St. Thomas, where she will spend the! winter. Mr. Goode is going on a j trip to England. During their tilj- ,'itfe tiieir home will be occupied by Irs. Luinhard and lli.ss Lumbard. Certain in results becau se purest in qu ality; try it and see. Airs. If-. Williamson welcomed a goodly number during this receiving hours yesterday, when she was at j home formally for the first time since I moving into her1 pretty new home on: Fifteenth St. Miss Beryl Niminons; assisted the hostess. menl, and Miss Stella Lunibard in while lingerie with black velvet ac- cessories and black picture hat with white willow bnudeaii and'pmk roses. Miss Kfesio Dick, of Winnipeg, visiting her sister, Mrs. A. .M. Fish- er, Seventh avenue. B Mrs. E. A. Sharman returned home from the Gait Hospital this after- iioon, accompanied by her special nurse. Miss Roach, who will remain with her for a little time. Mrs. F. Downer, Westminster [-louse, received yesterday afternoon for the first time this season and during the late .atterriortn -her draw-j ing room was thronged with visitors.! Quantities of willowy clirysanthc-j mums, ferns and potted plants were most 'effective. Mrs. Downer wore a green, foulard gown with touches and black satin. She was assisted by her daughter, alias Gladys Downer, in plum velvet with heavy lace adorn- Mrs. Joseph WooUswortli held her initial reception since coming to the city yesterday afternoon and many came to formally welcome the young hostess, who was beautifully gowned in her wedding rone of white satin en Beauty and fragrance were diffused from clusters of feathery chrysanthe- mums and spicy carnations. Mrs. W. P. J. "Alexander, who pre- sided at the prettily 'appointed tea table, was wearing a pretty blue silk gown and fawn chapeau. The deft, assistants were "Miss But- ler gowned in cream silk eolienne, and Miss Matson, who had donned a pale Klue silk costume. j PBV. and Mrs. Woodswortli were at! home in the evening to the members of the congregation. 1 A (julct wedding was celebrated in Winnipeg on, Saturday, November 2, whun Mib'.s M. C. of Dig- by, Nova Scotia, was united in mar- riage to Mr. William Oliver, of I.eth- briiige. Tlie ceremony was performed by the J. C. Howen. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver remained for a short stay in Winnipeg, and have, now arrived in tlie city, where tliey will remain for the winter. At Wesley parsonage at four o'clock yesterday afternoon. Rev. T. P. Perry tied the- nuptial knot, which united Mies Viola Bell Peere to .Mr. Johannsa Franken, both of Tabor. Both bride and t'roMi were unattended. Mr. and Mrs. Frafflren left on a trip to Great Falls, Montana, where it is nrobabitv they will reside permanently. CHIEF CLERK RESIGNS Edmonton, Nov. important resignation In the ilepartniout of odii- cation is ttmt of W. W. Gould, who relinquished the peat of chief clerk which he has hold for seven years In order thnt ho may go into business for himself ag a chartered accountant. Mr. Gould was in the gov- ernment service under the old regime at Regina, being then in the education department; but on the organization of the northwest provinces was transfer- red here. At the recent examinations of the Canadian association of Char- tered Accountants, Mr. Gould passed successfully. His office will bo at G15 Teglcr block. FIREMAN'S SAD PLIGHT Edmonton, Nov. II. of ATo. 2 Fire Station, was badly burued about the face apt! bfinds with sulphuric acid today, feurs are entertained for the safety of his eyesight. m THE SIMPSON CO. LTD. Saturday Bargains A Fine Collection of the Season's Smartest Styles in Ready- to-WwtfMarmentsas well as Useful Staple Articles oriole at Greatly Reduced Prices for Saturday. Ladies' Heavy Long Coats 20 Ladies' Tweed 'and 'Beaver Coats; splendid mateirials and tailoring. Values up to Saturday, price J Oft 9 I Ladies' Serge and Panama Dresses Pure wool materials; neatly made up in the season'ts best style. Sizes for 16 and IS years, -also 34 and 30 bust. Colors navy or brown. Saturday Price and Serge Dresses for 'Ml our hest serge dresses; all this sea- son's styles, high or low collars, short or Joug sleeves; sizes from 32 to 4 38 hust; on sale Saturday at 9 Little Girl's Ctiats and Dresses AT REDUCED PRICES Corduroy, Velvet and Tweed Coats, for girls of 3 to 7 years. On sale at and............... Girl's Serge es Underpriced Pure wool serge dresses; neatly made anc trimmed -with braid or satin; sailor and other styles; for girls G to J4 ftrt years; on sale at W Girl's Hats A big variety-of trimmed Pall nnd Winter Hats for girls, 8 to 12 years. ON SALE AT ONE-QUARTER OFF REG- ULAR PRICES and Dress Goods on sale at 75c per .yard A special purchase of dress goods that have just corn'e to haria, nbles us to, offer these big price reductions. The goods arc of excellent quality heavy' wool; in dark shades of blue, brown, and green serges- diagonals and tweed mixtures, V, to 54 inches wide. .Special Price for.Saturday.............._........._............ 99C' hemstitched, three 25c. Fancy Hemmed Lawn Handkerchiefs, 6 for 25c Boy's Sweaters and Toques Pine Jersey Sweaters, and Heavy all-wool Sweater Coats, up. Boys' Hockey Toques, from 25c up. Boy's Top Coats Splendid values in tweed Overcoats, for Boys 6 to 14 years, in grey and brown mixtures. High grade goods for small CG-Cfl prices. The Simpson Company, Ltd. SIXTH STREET SATURDAY SPECIALS ----------AT THE---------- HUDSON'S BAY STORE Bargains in Every Department! Bargains Bargains There's a harvest of bargains for those who shop here Tomorrow Housefurnish- ing Specials for Saturday WINDOW SHADES Good quality cloth, in cream and green, com- plete with brackets. Saturday _ each .........OCC No window Bhouid be a shade at this price. A.HEADER IN CUR. TAIN SCRIMS. Wo are offering some dainty ef- fects ill Clirtain ncrhns ecru 'aid green trellis designs, at a bargain price; Saturday 4 51 per I Ca ART 3 pieces only, red and blue colorings, border- ed designs. Regular value, 2ac per ynrd. Saturday. 4 CiQ Positively the last chance for Ladies' Fall Suits Values up to on Sale Saturday for S13.95 Special selling of ladies' suits at clearing but prices. If you see the goods, you can hardly credit the prices. You can own any of these fine tail- or-made garments if you are ready to snatch at opportunities. We do not want to carry them over EO away they go at a clearing price. Our selection includes Tweeds, diagonals, serges, cheviots, chinchillas and soft nap finished broad-cloths In black, navy, tan, brown, grey and heather mixtures. Coats new 32-in style satin lined, the whole suit Is perfectly tailored and represents the highest obtainable merit in workmanship, in style qual- ity and finish. Unbeatable value, regular up to 536.00; Saturday: News from our Men's Own Department MEN'S HEAVY IM- PORTED FLANNEL. ETTE NIGHT SHIRTS Unshrinkable, one pock- cut arid shaped in good style. A necess- ity cold nights; sizes 15, 1C', IS Regular values Saturday. each OUC MEN'S FLANNEL- ETTE PAJAMA SUITE made from high srade'- imported English' fla'ii-' nclette, military style; all sizes, regular value' Sat- Ai- m-day 91 .CO Men's heavy ribbed SPRING NEEDLE UN- DERWEAR Splendid fitting garments, natur- al shade; sizes to regular values ?2.50 per suit. Satur- day, pei- suit Boot and Shoe Department comes forward with remarkable values and Men's Com- fy Felt House Slippers; Saturday.: JQ per pair ..___ Girls' Comfy Felt House Slippers; Satur-jjc day, pair..... Girls' Vici cher cut. Sizes S to 10 1-2 at per pair. Sizes 11 to' 1 at per pair. Boys' Box Calf Sewn Boots Splendid for school wear. Sizes 1 to 5; Satur- (J 1 QC day, pair 9 I Bargains in Towelling for Saturday in our Dry Goods Dept Inches border; IGc HUCK Inches wide, all linen, with red border; regular value IGc yard. Saturday, per yard..... LADIES' BLACK HOS- IERY, in ribbed plain style; sizes Vk to 10; Saturday per pair........ GLASS red border; 24 lnenc-3 wide; all linen. Regular value 15c yard. Saturday, yard LADIES' HAIR All colors, with or with- out elastic; all large sizes; Saturday 10 for........ TURKISH TOWELING With brown and white, also red bor- der, 'IS, inches wide. Hegular value_15c. Saturday per yard............. lOc Balance of our stock of LADIES' KID GLOVES ono and two dome fast- eners. Regular ?1.S5, ?1.50, and 51.75; Saturday per pair 75c COLD WEATHER SPECIAL 100 Quitted Comforters filled with bc-ot sanitary cotton. Regular values up to ?2.7i Sat. each The Boys Clothes Question IS EASILY SOLVED HERE ON A genuine snap in boys' clothing. A few Boys' heavy imported 2i) Boys' Suits, sizes ranging from 23 to .33; dark and light patterns, In fine quality tweeds with sprinkling of worsteds; all tailored with exceptional care; well lined and interlined. Reg- values up to ?s.5o co1 cn TWEED OVERCOATS with convertible and military col- lars; good winter coats, snug fitting. Sizes 28 to 33. Regular values up to 58.00 a nft Saturday........ Ladies' Corset Special Ladies Coutil and .lean corsets, all steel, fitted In the popular low hust and long hip styles; 4 lirao supporters in quality to those usually sold at Saturday, per pair................... IOC SPECIAL of not less than of groceries wo give the choice of, ami the privilege of being able to purchase a sack of Hiulsori's 'Bay flour for or a 5lb. tin of Tea for............... LESS THAN WORTH MUST BEPURCHASED IN ORDER TO OBTAIN THIS Pfi'lCE CONCESSION. GROCERY SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY 'BONELESS CODFISH per pound HOLLAND HERRINGS per keg 4 I Fresh DAIRY BUTTER per pound............ MALAGA GRAPES per pound 25c ENGLISH CHESTNUTS per pound............' B. C. APPLES, a few boxes left at, box 35c S2.25 Sale Goods are for Cash Only and Cannot be Exchanged '1 for one hundred.subscribers, with cith- Clubs and Societies eu ncw m renewed subscriptions, and they arc anxious that their friends should assist them. The Chosen Friends met in the S. .O.K. hall' last, evening with a good attendance, three new members lieing enrolled. The- meeting, which was very successful, was devoted to, rou- tine business. The Luther League of St. Paul's First Lutheran church met last even- ing wlien the topic, "Neglected Op- was taken by Miss N. Carlson. A Bong by the young ladies and a reading by Miss L. Dahlen wcio much appreciated. The Art Needlework Club will moet with Mrs.' D. H. Elton. 1209 Seventh avenuo South, on Monday af. tornoon. Mrs. Arthur lieid will he in charge of a booth al the Knox poster salej next at which subscriptions! may be nia.ile for the I.allies Home' Journal, Saturday Evening 1'ost and Country Gentleman. The ladies have been offered a very special iuduccmcut] A few of the articles, which will be sold at the poster sale, which will be held in the basement of Knoj church, Nov. 12, 13 and 14, will be displayed in tlie window of the Frank Hedley Drug Co., tomorrow. The window will lie dressed this evening by Mrs. Stanley KlrUham ant Mrs. George Moth, anrl will prove in- teresting lo those looking for suit- able Christmas gifts for friends. The Oxford Euchre Club will com. their winter series 'at the home of Mrs. C. D. Leader tomorrow evening. READ THIS AND SHIVER I'rlnco Albert, Snsk., Nov. district Is today covered with a heavy blanket of snow, moasurlUK over six Inches, In places the drifts will .Vnch two Tout and more. Snow start, cil about 7 lust mul con- tinned until late in LYNCHING! NQRTHJMOTA CITIZENS BROKE INTO JAIL AND HANGED PERPETRATOR OF BLOODY TRAGEDY Fargo, N. D., Nov. bloody tragedy at Dawsbn, county, was expiated last night when dtl- zuus quickly broke Into the jail at Steole county sen, and lynched Oo. Baker, who had murdered his fath- er-in-law, Comrade Glass, and shot his own wife. The B.iters, after sep- arating several tlmesr removed to California. Two weeks ago Sirs. Ba- ker returned to tha home of her fa- I her In nuwson, Uakc.-r followed and Imilnlly shot both to death, reloading liis revolver to complete the job. I'lro destroyed Oeo. Pom-noy's lob- tcr plant at Ba-thurst, X.li ;