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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Novemlw 10, 1013 TTIK LETHBRIDGi; DAILY HEHALD Page 9. M1LADI EDI7S1O SV PHONM A PROVERB "Haste iDSbes ILe aagta It's a proverb old, .vet true cacti day. our work U done with haste, Something will surely, go to waste. Cartful movements are what tell: A hurried task is ne'er done well. I Let's read ilie proverb another way: baste! Don't It seems Tbe riands were served by Mtss ette Murray, to a becoming frock ot pale blue ellk. wllb Jewelled tuutc. and Mlis Black, In white lingerie with mauve aaih and blici velvet tat wlih' pluicei.- Little tielsie Kerr, frocked lu white with pale blue ribboas, vsas, an jKtlerjtlve -loor attendant. A quiet solemnized In! j to say, i Main- haste to do whate'er. Is right; -j xMi Wue precious mouient. b bright. i J either way. Ihe words are true, j j They're worth a trial, 1 think. Uon'tl Miss May llance, A.C.T.M., who wa j you! a charming visitor with Mrs. B. A St. Uyprlan's Church tn Saturday ev-: eulnr, when' Miss Dorothy Morton be-; the bride ot Mr. Horace Venus. "'TbTdinlng labio waVVreUy i pink and wbile chrysanthemum, vas en away by Mr. Farrls. Hev. Canon McMlllen perforoied tha ceremony la the presence of only a! sir Intlnjate friend-, after Welch a! dainty supper .was served at 275 Stv-'. enth avenue Boutb. where Mr. and Mrs. Venus will reside. ID chllfou tdsed -with Jet, while lUinnton woro a handsome cos- tume of blsck Bilk with touches o! wblte with pink and wbile chn t and was presided over by Mrs. Robertson, who was gowned In brown silk, touched with lace and Bulgarian colors, while Mits Edra Smith, iu green and crimson shot silk, served I'the tea hour dainties. Freda Hamll-' 1 Hostesses tomorrow: MISS OLGA ESME In "The Lady of Ojtend" at the Ma- jcstic Friday 2nd Saturday. BAM PRICE MAY SUCCEED DR. MILLS Ottawa, Nov.' Samuel Price, K.C., of St. Thomas, law partner of the of Labor, who hag been almost steadily en- gaged an various commissions for ths government .during the past t-.vo years, 15 slated, according to rumor I" government circles here, fur the Federal Railway Commis- sion Iri succession to Dr. James' Mills-on the latter's retirement from the commission next Janu- ary.. take- Iho form A- Sbarman recently, and mada many dielids during her stay, has ]UEI given Mrs. C. R. Hrandow, CM Tenlhi an eiiterUiInir.ent at Medicine Hat, In s'rtct, from four to Flv In tbe after-; which she save "The Sign of the .Mrs. urondow win be at home lu Her Irisnds :u tbo VQUIIS reople from eight to len i here -will be pleased to bear of her i "everting. success. MIsE Ilauce hope; to visit a I l.etbbridgo in her professional capac- Jllss Oladys Downer, Westminster lly Eorne tiroe In the near future. HOUEP, will he hostess of a liouso; z v claucn Friday evening. The.af-j Many'matrous took the-ouporlunUy of a ball j Of and formally welcoming Mrs. S. C. Baleinan, when alio recelv- ed on Saturday afternooit for the first Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hobertson are yme since coming to Leihbrldge. The er-tertalnlng ft number of young people-1 drawing-room was adorned with feraa azaar in Uer 18. gnmn's ball, on N'ovcmb- The Quarterly lioatd of Wesley cburcb will meet promptly al S o'clock TouKdEy evening. A full attend- ance'ls desired. I v v j Tbo children ol Si. Cyprian's Sun- day-school are agked to meet in the school this eveDEnp, to have LJelr rarta aBBlgned for the ChrlEtmas tetainmeht The Ladles' AM of the Fist Baptist church meet on alter- jioo'h In the "chutcb, when a large at- tendad'cc IE urged. -r Tbg History and Current Events Eeclion. of "the Afathesis club will meet tomorrow (Tuesday) promptly at three o'clock, with MTB. II. G. Clarke, -122 Thirteenth street South, The Wesley Ladies' Aid wilt meet In the basement of Ihe church at three o'clock on. to aew, in (Taxation -for the bazaar. A larca attendance is requeued, :The "Wpraac't Auxiliary of at Aug- uiitn> Church will meet as usual at 3.30 .tomorrow afternoon. A full at tendance Mr, and Mra..Yulll ind'Misa VancduveV, wha bave been I cucsts with Mr.'and'Mrs.'rT. B.'Yuill. left 'for- home., today. A large asBemWage of -faEhionably gowned guests called on Saturday af- ternoon when Jilrs. A. W. Maxwell Mr. Simmoiids, .who "for tie held her post-nuptial.recepiJo'n at the past eight months has'bsBti connected j home.of her mother, -Mrs. J. B, Mur- wlth the local branch .of the Imperial Bank, leaves tomorrow for Edmonton, where he has been transferred. v Mr. and Mra. T. B. Yuill entcriftined on Priday evening, In courUay to tlisir house guest, Miss. Isabel1 Yulll, of Vancouver. Cards and dancing were enjoyed by the KuealSj who in- cluded the of Mon- treal. -fs if Augustine; the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Leo Johnston, who has been attending the Sacred Heart Convent. In IH at present ill In the Calgary hospiijaJvsvHh a severe attack i'Thcir -many friends wilVibe" p1" is "'.i J -1-r'' Many who lege some weeks ago, but was called during. lunate enough lo lose a pari. of Saturday, wh'ed" hand in a threshing machine. tbe first WILL KEEP HIS CONTRACT Cords ton, Alia., Nov. o! tliG USD of one arm will not-prevent Join Kearl from crifrying out hts plan to deliver the first load of stone for the foundation of Ihe new Mor- mon temple-lo be "creeled at Cards- Ion. Mr. Kearl asked for this privl- ray. Sixth avenue. The.color schema was expressed in cluatera of white while ferna and palma heightened the effect Tbe brido was a piclurestiue figure in_heir lovely wedding gown of'duchear'sjiila' en tralue. reiled in with pearl and silver trimming.- Iler mother, Murray, with her, "wore a of blnck corsige ofi.ivliUe chiffon with black coin .ipot. '.Mrs. Stanley Kirkham, who liivited.fo-tjbo dining wore a "smart'creation of rose siink silk adorned with lace and and grey cut'bcavcr hat with pink The dining table was alluringly pretty, cen- tred with a basket flf-plnk while streamers of ribb'oa and> chiffon extended from, the .of SI. Cyprian's Church 'will hold a evening to- night, wlen a falk will be given oa Missions In.; with special re- ference to the Pacitie' Coast and Bish- op BompuV" All are invited. The Hospital Aid society meets lo- tnorrow at three p'clock.-wHh Mrs. C T1. P. Most im- portant businesses to coma ani] a full attendance.'is urgently request The ParlBb .a.sBoclallon of SCAug. ustin'c Church will meet this evening at 8.30 for an-evening at progressive games! A thoroughly good time is as sured all ivbo attend. .fi x. Boclal evening1 with a fine'pro sramine will be the order of West mtDster (lulld it..Knos church this .Everi'onejs cordially, fnvlt edt and a good time is. assured. Home Ecpri'omica section the Wathes'ls cliib.i'r-lll.meet promptly at'_fpur o'clock on ffidrlesday 'at the Manual Training' school, lo bear the second in tho series ot lectures bs Preston, on 'Anyoni not a member of-the'club may ge cb'jrse tickets for' or a slnglo lecture for 15 subjects yet den poured1 wearing- a pretty gown of jijnk silk And -bins piuth faat with feathem, while Mri; Frank Max- well cut the ices, wearing ;a t toilette of champagne louch- NEW.FALL WAISTS IN ATTRACTIVE STYLES An unusually licmiliful collection of new itnd charming stylrs in XVUIUL-H'S wajsts makes this (leparliuent csjjcciully titlraclivu itisi have just upcfitd up- KCV t-ral the product of "Camilla's cleverest wuisl mulicr.s. Tlit styles are new and the piicts'are exlrvnit-ly muderiite. We mention Iwo speciiils: t New Fiill Waists in strictly tailored style. Cut from soft fhiimcls, in phiin colors of grey ;uul Ian. Thcsi; are yoke, set-in sleeves, soft collar, double cull's and side pocket. A stylish and serviceable waist. ft< 'JC C< ,T 'lCO< Broad or narrow Fancy striped Klunncl Wnists, in heiuiiiful slimics nf hhie, grey and-tim, modelled with yoke, set-in sleeves, soft collar, 'double cnlVs and side pocket. One of the smartest lines we are showing. Can he CO OC CO 7C had in air sizes at......................................... Jt.CO. flC-JO A, Word About The Fall Suits Correct styles for the fall season. Those women who iiesife their apparel lo be distinctive and original, correct in .style, tailoring and lit, should see our exhibit. Every suit portrays'that'.elemciit ol slyle characteristic of the best custom' tailoring, having betn made in strict accordance willi specifications furnished by us. Delightful array of style and textures. _ Prices, and i-i27.50 Ladies' Mole Skin Ladies' Silk Mole-skin satin lined, cut with tlie hew large sleeve lliaf is so popular just now.. Tiiroe-qurirlCT k-iigth. This line is tailoreil throughout: and fashioned in latest :HUDSON'S BAY STORES cheesy cakes.and fats and oils, meats and fish, and ice-creap and ices. to treated, are' milk aiid TABER Talirr, Nov. and Mrs. T, E. Henderson letutuwt Thursday from an extended {rip' to Saskatchewan, ile th'cre Mr. Bfcntasoa was look- ir.g alter land interests. Mrasrs. 1'age and J. Jacison, or I.cthbridRE, raototitd through Taber on Tutsday en their to Qrissj- j Lake. r Oco. H. Sumrntrs supported br a i company of excellent players, opened a 'three night's engagement at the Palm theatre Thursday, evening. The play ou opening night was "The House. Nest and ivas attend- ed by a large crowd. The Tatcr Curling d.ub held its an- nual meeting in the town liall on ball, and it fill a long felt want as (liere'has not been a suit- able building [or.'dancing since tlm opera house- burned dovn years ago. The lur.eral of .Mrs. McMer.na uas Wednesday evening. '-Officers ior thelj, business transacted. liloclric lights and telephone are to the rink. 'H. F. Annablc is :conteniplaling building on the lots he recently pur- chased from.P. .'.I. McCrohan, of Cal- gary. The building ivill be as a skating rink, opera, bouse and dance held Tuesday altcrnoon at 2.30 nt tho liouse, Ibe' services being 'conducted band and two young sons are lelt to mourn bet loss. 31rs. Jennie Taylor of Stralliroy, is suing the officers-of the club nest door for thai the curlers "are noisy and disturb her. ia soon as It IE r.escled. 1 wore. 'a "becoming- hinclf. 'silk with .'crimson ind black Greeting An exclusive assorfinont-nf ever- r in the city. These cards arc blank1- don't have to use a PRiyT.YOIJK OWN GREETING j.N OUR OWN PLANT FOUll HOURS AFTER 1 qEivBD. i and See Samples or Pbene. Herald: Job Department and We will Call On Clearing These Unes Out ;Dry Goods, Ladies' Wear, Men's Wear, Boots and Shoes TODAY HAS SEEN A GREAT OPENING OF OUR SALE THE GOODS ME GOOD r J ARE UNMERCIFULLY: GOT ;