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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tjinrsflay, Xove.mbcr 13.1013 TKR DAILY HERALD Page 11 The Last 24 Hours of Rylands Great Money-Saving Ex-. pansion Sale will be long remember- ed by every and child in the city. Prices have been cut to the-very limit. All; sale goods, in plain sight. We are determined to clear all the surplus sale goods on Friday, and Saturday. Shop in the morning if possible for in the afternoon these days the store is Packed to the Doors You will help us greatly by taking all small parcels with you Tomorrow and.Saturday. REMEMBER this sale positivly closes on Saturday1 night-Come Early and Often. Conducting a Real "CUT PRICE" Sale MILADI thv .isbt, AQ.-I afar GyjtJi dcy. cometb night And a To their llrci HurtO- of trust around NORTH LETHBRIDGE -BUSINESS MEN TAKE STAFFOROVILLE SITUATION UP WITH AUTHORITIES -North I.ethbrldge business men got together last niglit for the ensuing year by electing officers and dlecuEs- Ing matters of much import ;to .the citizens of the north.side. The of- 1 elected were: President, John Glimoro; vice-president, AW. William- sen; and' secretary-treasurer, C. S. Uonaiiison.- The matter of. creating a sub-post office in Starforjkillo was and- the secretory was in- structed to' communicate ivtih th The city provided for lights on only c.p.e side of the street; nlneleei clus- ters iu ail, but the Business men want them on bolli sides and believe that cost of tha 19 which Is to ije, ?1200 Is too much and that twice us many" of- the clusters could he purchased for the same price, the clusters being, made more simple. Vicc-President Burr ol the C.P.H. wtstern 1 through tire citj- this, afternoon. He arrived Irora the north on a special and his car "Manitoba" was attached to the easttjound local, the. wait'being only a minute. In the vice-president's party were _ C. Cameron of Manitoba, and 0. V. oBlce author ties at Ottawa and managing director of the "K-Uh tlio Loth drill on Tlnirrl fit _ _.. _ _..... _ the LelbUrldgo Bo.'ird of io secnrn .their co-operation. I When StaffonlvlUo was taken over by the city, no -proTision was made for a change in the post office, and '.'.oiigh tl Is a part oC tlie city, a l-cent stamp won't carry a letter there as II should, tho post olTicc being sop- arate and rlTatlnct from tlio 1 'WR post office. It was decided that the cluster be'installed 'ou the wooden roles, as arrangsd tlie city. Hut n renuest for more light will be made. Lake of the Woods Milling Co1.. Gen- eral Superintendent ColemanV" car was also tafcfn cast- This was not Vice-Presideilt Hn'ry's jegular fall trip 'through the He has teea through the work on Rog- ers tunnel on the main line. U is expected he pay Lelbbridge a longer visit some timq before the end of ..the year. HulM a -ink' today; Fill the space wlib loving and thfrreo stay. Look not tbro-jgli the Ebeitorlcg bars ujrou louiorroiv; God '.sill help thse what comes, of Joy or sorrow, F. Hutte. 4 Hostesses tomorrow: Mrs. C. Ives. y >.r v Mrs. (Dr.) ftobc-rlson, 1313 Fo'Jrth avenue South, will receive on Satur- day for Ibe'iirat (imc since coming to Lcthbrtdge, .ind aftei wards on jsecond Wednoeday of the month. Mr. and Mri. J. A- McKay Lave mov- ed from Fourteenth Street to 1235 Fifth Aveauo South. 4 t Maud embroidered work, iu white nnd colored fa beautifully done by Miss Fllmcr at Hawden Jiros., who Las just, received a large consignment of lin- ens and novelties. Miss DawBon anJ Mr. Seaman car- Vied off the trophies at the bridge given by .Mr. and MTH. J. G. Robert- son last eceiling'. Mrs. P. M. Campbell will be hostess of an. Informal thimble tea tomorrow afternoon. Only a few friends have been bidden. Mrs. L. G. DeVeber is entertaining at a tea tomorrow afternoon in :con nectlon with the Altar society of St. Patrick's Church. s Miss Eleanor McLennan, society and sunshine editor- of the Calgary Herald; who recently underwent an operation at the Calgary hospital, i recuperating as the guest "ot he" mother at (he Victoria Mansions, A London dispatch slates: Mis Gertrude alary, daughter of Sir Wl linn; MacKcnzie, president of the C X. H.. was married to C. K- Andrews of bonchurch, Isle of Wight, in Lon don, yesterday, The Art Needlework club were host-, esses of a five-table at the home of Mrs. D. H. Elton, [ast night, when they entertained the husbands of the members. The fav- ors were won by-Mrs. William Scott and Mr. while the con: aolatioQs went to Mrs. Frank Wad- dinston and "Mrs. J. Boulton. Af- ter tii'o serving of dainty refreshments music was enjoyed, Mrs. W. P. Roy, Mr. and Mrs. Elton. Ursula Elton and Mr. Wsrldlngton contributing pleasing vocal while Mrs. lon rendered several piano selections ID her own inimitable manner. Tehneni, a ?lason for 67 years, died at- at the age o( 87, where he had Iked 65 years. Babys Own Soap After iris bath with BABY'S OWN SOAP the smooth, comfortable, the aroma of freshly..cut flowers, Freedom ham skin (roubles, explains in some measure tlie refreshing sleep which "Babjr'i Own Soap" babio enjoy, Espctially for nureery use insisl on AUEKT SOAPS MOrfTKEM. H-ij ,MagntQceat indeed -was the ball giv- en In Raymond last evening by the railroad men of .Macleod. Seven hun- dred invitations were Issued, and proh ably five hundred were In attendance. a special train of eighty going from Lelhbridio at eight-twenty last even- ing and returning at four-thirty this morning. The affair-was held in Hay- mond.on account of ita excellent dunce hall with Us arriisg floor, which 1s not ed for miles around. Mies Queenle Tabor, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. H. Tabor, Tvho 13 at pres cnt continuing her musical studies In Germany, writes an interesting ac count of !he celebration. In connec- tion with the 100th anniversary of tho battlo .of Leipslc. The mpmimen" erected In Of the nnnlveraary look fourteen years to tulld." _ Mine Tftbor writes: "The city waa beautifully .decorated and the hundred thousand vcUizena augmei by A mtlilon Germans from all parts of the empire, joined in celebration. I saw tho Kntser am kings and potentates from differed parta of Europe. "A very funny incident happened during Ins day. There- waa a rir cus In the city and during tho par ado street car ran into a circus ran breaking Into H. so that eight Ilori Only two were captured tho other shot." Miss Tabor sent n a I showing the funny scanes enacted when tin lions escaped. A prelly wed-jlngr 'wns solemnlzeL at tho hoirtn r--f Mr. Jonn Murray, S35 Twentietfi .streot, >f.. yesterday after >JiFfi Anne Brown Joined in marriage to .Mr. Frederic! Tlce. Her, A. C. Bryan officiated a tho Mr. and -Mrs. Tlce huve tho tfihPB of R hcpt of friends. C'-ill'.r, AND tOC The Flower Guild will p.iy n weekly visit In the Cl.iH Hoirltal a three o'clock tomorrow afternoon. e Those inlcreited. aro reminded tho s.ilo of plal' an3 and home be conducted SPECIALS FOR EACH l-'ridiiy mid Saturday sale iias to cclip that's it is these week-end sales have 1) made a means of profit and gain to you. Come Ladies' Tailored Coats to be Sold at Ladies' Coats In season's'new- est styles, cut-away froats. tome with bcltfi. These aro cut from navy, tan and heather mixtures nnd arc all well tail- ored garments. Every ono worth much more than the prlco vre are asking for them.. Ladies' and misses' Hires up to O.40 dntn tint ft -IF For 9 5 SMITH'S BEST QUALITY Red Rasp- berry, Strawberry, Black Currant and "7C Blackberry flavors, 5 Ib. iOC GOOD APPLES C1 OO Per box 9 I Cunningham's- and De Fournler'g KTgh Class POTTED MEATS, put up in Chick- en Chicken, Ham and Tongue; per glass fcUC Meet Your Friends at the Tea-Rpom .These Delicious Specials for Friday and .Saturday 20c 25c 25c 25c 1Qc lOc MEAT CROQUETTES, BREAD AND BUTTER; TEA OR COFFEE SCRAMBLED EOQS, AND TOMATO ON TOAST; or Coffee........ WALDORF SALAD, BREAD AND BUTTER; Tea or Coffee BANANA SALAD, BREAO AND BUT- TER; TEA OR COFFEE WALNUT CREAM PIE; TEA OR COFFEE BOILED APPLE PUDDING WITH SAUCE JUST TWO DAYS LEFT OF OUR ANNUAL CARPET SALE Here are needs Your Overcoat is here reductions in Jlen's Winter Overcoats. These are all this season's neTefit fabrics and Heavy Tireeds wltb snug fitting collars, also black Beaver and Vicuna Cloths, Chesterfield rtylo, Trith silk Velvet Collars. Heg- ular values up to Friday and Saturday j-ou can luy these for Knitted Mufflers for these :old days, suitable for boys or men. Smart colors of green, tan, grey, blue and white. Finished with fringed ends. Regular 4 4 ft day and Saturday 9 I I U Men's Caps Weight Capa for Men. Fur and knitted wool inside ear hands. Wide range ot colors to select from. Regular .values" and Oan be had in all- 5tze3._ Friday and Saturday......... OCA OOC Heavy Winter Coats in good Tweeds In colors of brown, grey and green. Well uade garments and smart styles. Sizes 25 to 35. Reg- ular values {10.50 ffT Fri. and Saturday 9 Men's Heavy Coats Men's Black Beaver Coats with" German Oiler lined with Kersey Cloth anil interlined with rubber. A good coat for tho cold wc.ilh- cr. Kegular value Friday and G9fl ftO Saturday...' 5 Gent: Table T.emon Reamers, Hrown Soap bushes. Salt nnd Pcpjier'pliat- ers, Glass Lamps and some odd .glasses to clear out this week-end at each Boys' Reefers Blanket Coats Boys' Smart Tweed Reefers and navy trimmed Red Blank- et Coats, with hood, cut in good styles, close fitting collars with and "without belt ot waist. Sfxea for boys to 1 years. Sold up to 16.50- Friday and M HUDSON'S BAY STORES tli? Ktmdaid t'urnlluro slore, Uo. minion Block, by the W. A. of St. ri.iri's Church tomorrow afternocn. a f large nudtef attended Wesley fAdles' Aid affcinoon, xhere the llmo epont-in ftewing for bazaar. Tsa Mrs. Ash- croft and >lrs.' I'reeb'urger. 'r f v A special meeting of the Aid o( Knot roi FRESH ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS Miss Fil AT BIXJCK. ;