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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta iViilay. November 14, LETHRRIDOE DAILY HERALD' Page 15 TW w WillKLWiiNU TO A WONDERFUL SALE Sale Positively Ends Tomorrow Night A filling climax fo llio hi'.sl sale we i-vc'r i-omluclcd. 1 1 hiis been M m'iiud in every WHV. Thousands ot dollars -worth of iiiuli in.i'rdiiuulisi1 lias 1'imnd. and liapply owners. You have Jiirtdn il. iiiis.siiili'-fni'. In y Mil I'Xl llOftVV Stock and liavc accomplished tittr obji'c.1. afc nicely stilled in ;t .lirifrliler and heller sld'rc. You will, find all I he Last Day bargains exaellv as adverlised. "CO ynrds of all pure linen Towelling on Saturday, a yard.. Your last chance to 65 4 75: Veils or Drawers at this Jew price'......... The last of these Prints; are vjprlh 15c, on sale. Last day for these 35o Child's nib JIOEC, for...... 25C Fine seamtess Cash- mere Hose the last let, worth up to 4Qc. 2Cc 5 10 pairs of gi wool blankets per 20 pairs of white alt blankets, per pair 15 A line of combinations for the Children; in knee Temjth; for More of those French GIov-s. all colors, and I 'values for 5 only Boy's Over- coats, sizes up to 7 years............. Boys' Over- coats, sizes up to If years; choice for 75 more -white- colored Flannelette Nightgowns up to 51-50 C5 pairs left of those 52.CO to Bias filled corsets, now.. Pilloyvc, well filled; on sale at each 65c Sevenly-five only of best English Sheets, each A Final Clean-up in Children's Warm Coats We about twenty-five con's u-nrlh up to tti bi; i-lcarert tomorrow Ciivl Cloths, Teddy Cloths, etc., skos. S to t.years, Women's Sample Coats at practically cost price So-nic very smnrt coats on sale for tomorrow and even.418.00 coats; uj> 'Ib All now uiaterlals ...I Mil Dresses at the Price of the cloth and trimmings made Serge Dresses that readily al ami will be on sale for tomorrow only, N'avy, and brown. Some Coats to clear at Factory Caracnlfj Tweeds, Ilouclcs nr.d iDalcilaSE, nl! th'c. t vury latest Eastern stvl'es; .on sale tomorrow.........' Sciires of oilier bargains on display tlirnnglrout llie onlav.aicd Coiiie.-tfxpccthig Imrgains and be here as early in llic day as tor tlie crowds.will be enormous. RYI ANDS 1 Conducting a Real Cut Price Sale COOK YOUR GOOSE give's the origin of ancient saying as follows: The King of Svrcdland coming lo a ttmuo of his eneioies with very liltlu coinjiatiyi J'ls en era yes to sfogUlu hJa did Lang oul a goose for him Lo Jhoot; perceiving before nyghte.lhat Hieae lew. soldiers liad invaded and setle their chief houlds on fire, they denianOcd of him what his intent was, lo TV horn he replied, "To cook your goose." DYNAMITER SUPPOSED TO HAVE COME TO CANADA FROM THE UNITED STATES Detroit, Nov. B. SIcM wlioss confession aid- ed iri sending McN'antara brothers lo San and 33'other la1 uor odicials to I'.civcnnorlh tiarv. in Detroit Thursday, ac- coidin-t lo a story in the- Detroit" Krte I'rcss was "re- leased from the. county Jail at Los You are ill who yuur Tale a dusc ol hole and cure your- self Open your eves to sympathy but i-lcse them lo Ti.e er lhat opens to rtcehe Hit light day shuts agaiusl tht V 'r 9 is the corrosive sublimate oi-life. DcVtrnr'natiun to not, make tte mistaVe is tie antUote. I Take VT. Kuu-son.' I Hostesses tomorrow j Mrs. (Dr.) Koleilsi.n, 1313 Fourth I lor tlie Ijst in l.eth'jrid'e arid altenvards wi the Wed- nisday of tho month. Mrs! A. M. (irace, ol >le- into their home on Seventh Ave., A. j Mrs. A. J. Jiving will te hostess of an'informal tumble lej tomorrow afternoon in courtesy to Mrs. Jolin- son, of 'Oskaloosi! -iowa, uho is- a guest-ivith tic-i daughter, Mrs. liaile Mrs. P'rnnV A. Stoltze vras bostess' of n delightfully informal allair yes-' afternoon, look tr.e form of a progressive en-j Joyed by some forty guests. j j Yellow chrysantheniuriis and pink', snapdragons wore ffictlivc and pretty i in decoration. A tea contest in the form of a tea party resulted in ll.e favors go-1 ing to Mrs. Tracy and "Mrs. .it. j McCuire. Tbey. uniquely pretty, being small tea. pots filled with F.n'g- lish The" hostess was assisted at Hie tea hour by .1. RoLind iteeb, while the dell assistants uere Siiss Wiseman Miss I.anerty and Miss Dircb. :Mrs.S.'U." Mitchell welcomed near- three score visitors, when she re- ceived yesterday afternoon fc-r first t-iii-.e ,this seaKOR. 4- 'r drawing rootn was pretty i'ith ffrns and crimson carnations. .T.he. hostess wore a handsome coslume'-ol hlue. satin draped in djilion, and Mrs. A. A. Smith, ivlio invited to th? lea room, was wearing a becoming'cos-' l-time of green-satin r.ilh mink ch'a- :Ths dining-table was adorned with yclloV clirysanthrmuurs ar.d yellow slndtd over playci the ruddy -Mrs. J. Cooper pnuted tea 'and Was wearing white prepc de chcnc elabor- ated in .old rns? and hl'-.ek int. R. ,V7: -LoDg, who cut the. ices, had donned a -.iniart costume of old rose chifion over satin and hlaek prc- lure hat. j .The .served hy Miss Mar; .Gray, in pate yellow charraeuse and hlacfc hal. Little Ailcen Long, frofked in white with pink accessories, adrail- ed the guests. Hamilton Mewliurn received esterday afternonu lor the first time sinee coming to Calgary, frhe drawing room was profusely decqr- with palnrs, lloweriug plants and chrysanthemums, where Mrs. Mew- burn received her quests gowned in blue and gold silk with panels of blue And gold embroidered fcct -on the skirl and the sleeves arid waist, with Venetian point laee fichu, caught with blue and gold arnamcnls. Miss Helen who received witb her mother, was gowned in a lovely plnlc accordion pleated nin'on with shadow, lai-'e .insertion on slirl and 'hodire. Mrs. Naismith presided in the, dining room, gowned In pale yellow ninon broche, with hands, ol sold and silver spangles and tions of shadow lace, smart hat to match, assisted by Miss Connie San- ders in Alice blue eliarmeupe trim- raed witli Turnings of net white hat with French llnMr mount, and "er- mine. The dainty ta'jln was centred with cluny lace centre, vase ol Rolrlen chr) nlhr i large-nura- Mrs. er lo Cal- accompanied by Pctectivc Malcolm McLaren, arrested a dynamiter in" this city three years ago. fjn'a trnin running this city ar.d Dufialo, McManigal and Mc- Laren wure joined by Peleetivc Wm. ,1. Iliirrts, and the three men had a rcgirdinz McManhnl's lu-, actions. H is'unilcrslood Me-1 lo cress the CnM- Herald. CLUES AND SOCIETJEt diari bonier at liii.iaio, ani) his ulti- j spent'a profitable nt- TIIIv ALL IMPORTANT THING Tommy, I'm ashamed.of you. You muet think a bit; whatever Is your rofnmy; "To eat with, rfiuin." f Thr> Art N'rdd'c-work club-w'll rrite.t Mnarlay atlcrnocn with Mrs. ffil- ini Scntt, 1215 Fourth A've The Ladies' Colta society ol St. nate- dcsitnallon and. is London, KnR- ternnon yesterday booths for their Va7aar, lo'_hr. held Xovem- Ler. allernoon and Helms was hostess. RELEASED THE VESSEL, Kingston, Nov. steanHT Cornv.ill siicceeiled In releasing Iho McKlnstry, wblcli ran aground nhovc tho Murray Canal near llrlghton. The McKluslry was not In n vcrj danger- ous Tho sleatner Donnelly- la'working on Ihc schooner JamiSon, iclj went asrouml In tho" Bay of Clulnto ticar Collided trying to cross in front of No. 4 street car on tho blue lino, at the corner of Seventh street and Third av enuc, at two o'clock U. 0. Stirling tided with the tram, reuniting In a broken .bugpy pole. The car was aUp jomewhat la'Xeii .19 Ihc ba.fus for "A attended meeting of the. L'etitrnl IV. C. T. was held yes- .crday aftemoon at the home SATUKDAY Today fjtiotc a low-prii'i1 lo llio pliit-f Id do tlio hiilk always a iitti'iU'tiou lor ciis price ;ind fjualily. ladles' liox Calf Oxford KHi-Ob In Ian and black. BtyliEh models. Special quality IH.-r pal r.................; Men's Strong Working shoes, solid It-alber A go-uii shoe for the Grt OQ workliio uiari. I'tr Sill: flll-ljor. In kaillng shades. luehea widy. 'or 4 O 1 M quality Cnderwoar for Lmlles. lu cream white tirmenu. Regular asid C1 OC Ladies' Pure U'oo! CaEhme-re Hose, Urancl. Gic jjiir. Sizes SK to 10. I'er pair....................... Half Kleaelud Table Linen in dilnty patterns. C5 inches wide. 75c a yard. Per yard......................'. Kail styk-s in Ladles' Ciats in Tweedjj and heavy cloakiugs. liejular ui> to 31'3.QG for.................... Lidies' Ariallon Caps in -Varoicon and Tur. ban styles, in Dncy Tweeds, ilegular for i.s iliai a sure way t' your Saturday htiyiiijr. 1'rieo is know u> combine improved Gem Kealets. pint size 73c ptr dozen; Seal Hrxtnl. 1'lr.t sire, per tfeOrh Jozcn WUU Uitnsa'ow Keia in tn and Arab a >arJ. Kor per ;ard KnUU-il Mufflers for wear neat style wiiii fringe'! t-uda. All colors. Hcg- ff A A ular for 4> I I U Men's iltet-k JSoavcr Coal, wltb i-ollar of with Korecj- Cloth, and interlined with Ruljbc-r. Regular COfl flft for "dv.V V.'Ir.ur ".Vrfgut t'o-its in KngHsh In brown, and green inlvturc-s, CH Regular S10.5D for 4> I iOU Mvn's Wteier Caps, with turn-down fur and fenitiei wool par bandj. Hegular H.5S; fur i..; OUU Meti's Ovt-rccats in newest cuts and fabrics. Tweeds and btaver cloths. Worth IILI ffft Air to 125.00 for Tweed Reefers and Ulankct C'oats, with hoed s, in styles. Regular fr A Grocery Specials for Order S5c 3 Ibs. Hudsans' Bay Tea GOOD APPLES (T4 rtO Per case 3M -wS "100 Ib. Sack POTA- TOES........... SMITH'S JAMS, good flavors, 5 Ib pail___ POTTED HEATS In 75c TOMATOES, per cs of 24 cants....... TOMATOES, per NEWS FROM THE WINE DEPARTMENT Combination Special for Saturday 1: Bottle Rare Old Scotch Highland Wlii-key' aiid ngc.liiio old J'ort Wine. The I holtlbs coinplclo Slj i25 More Day to Get Rugs and Carpels at Sale Prices.- 's Bay Stdtest Tliesn. ilcinis will cohvhico you ilmt Iliis is whc'i'c lo liny your if you arc goimv lo keep yoiif liouscliold cxpi'Usos down with- out sacrificing lily. Eating and Cooking Appies per case----.'' -Maypole Creamery Ilnttcr 2 Ibs, for............ 'Jl Chcice IJ.'dry Uilller -2 Ibs for 'Ol Kreslt Eastern Eggs, per Something special in Col- III, fee. per Ib.......... im 2 Ibs for' fTaling and Cooking Apples, per Ib........ Hand Packed Toma'tBcs i-, per tin lij( Currante, 1 Ib packet, cleaned. for for Raisins, r i for Citron. Orance nnd Lem- on I'eel, per Ib. and Walnuts, BhcIEctl, pet IK Waltmls rind Aimotnla in 'Spanish Onions, 4 Ibs for.............i. Figs; I'cr iO. Two DOORS NantH Or CAS OrFitii IN NAVY SERGE A chic little gown with "imprevu" short tunic of serge faljs and is ca'jght up at the side by. a braided strap, doubt; volants of eatfn over a stitched round turquoise buttons. Jlrs. Charles two members licing cnrolleri. r A spler.ilirl report of the recent con-' Tenlion written by Mrs. .Milldrd, was read by Mrs. T. W. (Juaylc in the former's absence. Koutinc business was transacted and plans outlined for some Christ- mas vnrk. stirring days'of ihe Mackenzie rcbol- Upper Cnnada in fjio laUcr part of tlm Ifon In 1S37, anil a grandson 0[ [holeiglitcoath century, antl Inter s'i'rvfid late Jaines DuranJ, who carac-to -under TJrJUsh colors in MEMBER OF. OLD FAMILY Ten file. Nor. Charles P. Durarcd i? dead. Ue was one of Ca- nada's olilest families. Dr. Ditrand was a son of the late Chns. Hurand, who figured no prominently fn the Art Needlework and FRESH ARRIVAL OF. GOOpS Mis's E. !W. Filmer HULL BLOCK.- PKotQgraphs As Xmas Gilt keep the rwolloctlonE i more vivid, and coriUoii many a tonely-.hour .of separBlloiv. j foe nTtc Keo our pictures 6how Make an today. Allison The Phpttigrdpher In Your Town f LBTHIlRIDfiF ;