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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 Tuesday, the Seven Day Bargain Sale Sal ie of New Fall and Winter Suits for Women The-regular prices -wrere and Mad in handsome diagonal weaves and plain cloth Colors are navy, black, green, wine, etc., wit black braid trimming. A wonderful value in thi Seven Days gale at tailored ven. suits tailored Venetian .suits ]Vew York Sale of New Style Skirts at almost Give- Away Prices A splendid lot of new fall and winter style skirts for women, made of new diagonals, serges, Ven- etians and panamas. All the new colors. Popu- lar values at to A- harvest for thiiftv shoppers at only _ Voile Skfrts for only Voile Skirts for only Tailored Skirts for only I. Sale of Velvet and Ax- minster Floor Rugs at This Seven Day Bargain Feast will make it eas for you to furnish your home with best of ca pets at prices of the inferior qualitv. Finest grade English Velvets "and Austria Axmmster Carpets in handsome two-tone color .65c Axrninster Boor Mats Dagdag Floor Mats Pagdag Floor Mats Sale of Best Grade Tapes- try Table Covers at Regular ?2.50, ?3.00 and 53.50. But we have ten times too many, and out they go in this Seven Day Sale. Best grade English Tapestry jn new and new green, red, blue and fawn colors A. splendid value at SI.95 2.75 and Bed Spreads.for '2.00 and Bed Spreads for 1.50 Bed Spreads "To make tne best of dull people, to like a poor jest better than none, to wear tne threadbare coat like a gentleman, to be outvoted with a smile, to hitch your wagon to the old horse is no star is is whoJesoiae phii- osopny." BLISS BERRY. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL DAYS. V, e.Hostesses, tomorrow.-will -be: Net Waists Up To for CO. Mrs. Mrs.. tf.. L. 'Cope, 1223 Courtland Mrs. spa Burdetr" street, will receive tomorrow for: the- first time "since-coming TO.Lethbridge.' Miss fettle; Stewart left, this-morn- ing- on.'the flyer ;ior" her home-in St. Catharines, Ont. --iMiss-'-'-Verna Feiton.is the i most .beloved actress'that visits Leth-' bridge' and she deserves every mite of admiration she receives. There wasn't a person in the audience on Saturday evening who was not as de- lighted as Miss Fe'iton herself when sue was7 presented with a! huge bou- quet of shaggy chrysanthemums. One man who witnessed "Zaza" last even- remarked that-for the past thirty -ears .tie had seen tne famous actors and actresses: of the Time and would haiienge .anyone in last evening's uaience to criticize the role.of "Zaza" s portrayed .by, Miss Felton." The sec- et of Jier success is undoubtedly herj ase of manner and ability to feel in- ensely whatever role is playing. members or the Relief met at the Nursuig Mission yeste-1- ctay anernooc. The regular routine took up tne major part of tne after- noon, therefore tne election of a sec- j retary-treasurer was left over until tne nest regular meeting. UABTFOIUSE IK ANT QUAAT1TT For SOAP, cning water, removing old punt, disinfecting tinkt, cloccU and drains and for many other A can 20 Sal Soda. Uwful for hundred purpoM >Sal4 EVcrgVhgt I, W. Gillett Hi. filLLETT'S PERFUMED service of song; an English aer- vice well Known in the mother land but- a unique, event in Canada, was the entertainment provided by the choir of Westminster church last evening, "Among the .Cannibals" 'was 'the its capacity with LetbbridWs Ject of the service and the interesting music" lovers readings were given by Tarris. -vi aaamowhfl A larger; audience 'was -desired. 6 is the lead- tnose, who were present, enjoyed .the ChOir> and has entertainment thoroughly. The-fmin- reputation. Nearly every mem- ml results: of: the evening were, about ber her choir was formerly 'one of er pupils. The ladies have travelled About Wesley Ep- Europe and worth League attended regular and the Irish weekly meeting: last -evening, in: the basement vor? the "'church, air." J charge of the anaugurated ttiejir movement resuscitation of the Irish Ian ad Irish music, they instituted even-enquiries with regard to nationa me. for their subject tte lor the UireaoSL j j added interest to 4he, session ceived on tiiat music s, held The occasion she from the ia occasion a exchanged: -Mrs. F. Downer gave an enjoy- )ie -birthday, dance last evening for er, daughter Siiss Gladys. The draw- room was -beautified -with vases tilled with, pinfc "mums." In the xe- Why, what Do TOU mind follii you mind telling: me what kind: STotataOL; I always use It is Si That is not a make-believe conversation. It shows why the use of Blue Bibbon ,tea spreads. Try it. If you don't find it perfectly satis- factory your grocer will promptly'refund your money. TWO NEW WHARVES r. John, -ar; Kov. fed- eral minister of public works ias writ- .tea Major Frinte relative to the .-ler.fcy the city to the government ef fthe store shores of Courtenay Bar and ;3naioated the plans for vaarves to fre consulted for the export and import fjade .jof 'the Grand Trunfc Pacific railwa- j !xoe council will at once deal with in order that development S: may; tip tegtm. in the THE LADLES CHOIR who are fortun- ate enough to attend the concert ,0f the Uoyai -Welsh iadies Choir at the Majestic -next Friday evening, will iong remember it: as. one "of: the finest exhiomons of choral singini neard in Lethbndge. Followins .ever are a few of the manypress'nptices received n the eastern part of- CanMa- this :eason: "Numerous singing, organiza- nons have visited Ottawa this season out undoubtedly ..none ,have ever 'quailed the Kovai: :Welsh, Ladies hoir at the Russel Theatre "last even- ception hall white chrysanthemums used, and "pink carnations sent forth their perfume owner receiye'd the guests wearing modish gown of dove eollenhe ith rich trimmings of point lace run '.4-.-f CUPID'S COURT -f-f 'Mer...W; V. McMillen celebrated the seven narrow tla-clc velvet 'of garnet "ve'ivet ribbon. on the -bodice am. exquisite-jaeck- lace of garnets -Gladys ;f'r a' -pretty pink Gresden frock of girdle and. the Dutch cut neck outlined with heavy pink embroidery. The fuests ball room-on the- third -floor untiljnidnight. when a de-' iicibus supper The -at tractive table ;-was covered with Yen etian doilies and'centred with an art istic willow completely covered Trith trails of 'sntiJax and filled .with scarlet beacon carnations. The.menu was carried out as far as possible in the -predominating colors, red and marriage of John A. S. ad vertising manager of the Daily News city, and Miss Harriet St. Cyprian's "church at o'clock last evening.. The bridesmaid Maud Howden ot and J. V. McKenzie, news editor of the Daily News, assisted the groom. The a niece of James Howden, M.P.F. for Neepawa, Man air. and Mrs. Camp-bell will reside at 5 Victoria Mansions. looking forward to-the Koyal Ladies: .Choir, who will be heard Here on Friday evening next undoubtedly the Majestic -will be The strik- ing scenes when on one occasion .with. Cardinal Logue In the chair, the tMen of.. Harieeh" sung to the full band accompaniment, pn> auced an indescribable scene of en- thusiasm. At the first time'--when 'Madame Thomas was mayoress of-Cardiff, she and her husband.were invited to visit to celebrate the centenary' of Briezaux, the national .-poet of-Brit- tany, and; again in July, 1906, when "Les Fetes Celtigues" were held in saint -tfrieua.she was invited to pro- a representation of Welsfc music on that occasion, m the presence-of irom to in the park: of the prefect of Saint the songs of .Wales-were sung, aad re- ceived a furore of appreciation. seemed as-if pro- ceedings would become a" concert. This was particularly, the when "Ciptain" Morgan's sung, it may not be generallv -Qe Knojvs" PHONE 1027; G-1 ilmore SndAve.AlVoiith f e Known-in Brittany as in; Wales, and it was a .pleasant-surprise to.--many. to SeneraUy Ilnd tbat nations thTs mus c that this music under the title in common. ng. The singing was 'the highest of After was con- tinued for an hour. The guests in- tatoes to fill part of their orders errection, the chorus and solo work esemng of special- Journal, Qct 1909. ".Madam Hages lThomasf L.R.A.M., as gathered together the ibest wo- men singers in Wales, and has suc- ceeded in harmonizing them to such a degree that the rhythme and pre- cision is absolutely flawless. The solo- ists were received with great satis- racuon and honored well merited Mail and Empire, s, 1309. AT THE EUREKA Already barrels of the Cuba. -Maine potatoes have either gone through St. John m bond for the Cu- Oanjaarfiet.or.are riow stored Her- along the same quantity Brunswick tubers. SHIPPING MAINE SPUDS John, N. B., NOT. loT-There has Whiteheatl, wife of -the man- ager, or the Brantford Carriage Co in that city. -for illegal fishing in DeviL Lake John Pinkerton and Lewis Brown SI6 Clarence Rudi Lashle> One of the 'nest comedy bills ever in the city is on this week at the Kar- eka. Jack Murrell in his big Dutch comedy "Dot Leedle German znaae-i big hit with the aud- ience last night. His jokes are all Quick fire and extremely Tunny. Aus- tin and Austin in "The Swede and the Merry Widow" kept the house in an uproar from the time they came on I till the fail of the curtain, nir. Austin is a very clever producer and will change his act tbree times during the week. Thjs TFith the class of pictures eluded Dr. and Mrs. Clarke, Mrs. T. F. U'Hagan, Mrs. T. w. McEachern, Miss .Miss MacBeth, Miss Freeman, MISS Mewburn, Miss Hodgins, Miss' Tinning Miss Jennings MISS McLachlan. Messrs. Kewcomu'e, T. G-, Robertson. J. TV. Kooertson, MacPherson, Wallace. Hill, A. Hi. Jves. MacLean, Clarke' n. Henderson, Laurie, A. Naismith. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Aid Society or St. An- drew's church will meet at 2.30 o'clock: tomorrow afternoon wdth Mrs. Bryden. member is requested to be pres- ent. Miss Viniay, the Westminster Ep- wortjj League delegate to the Young .Peoples' Societies convention held De- cently at Calgary, -will giye her report at this-evening's "meeting of the lea- gue'held in the church. .The Parish Auxiliary.of- St. ;Cyp- nan's church are .planning'to hold" a tea and sale of fancy novelties, home coofiing and aprons, at "Westminster Hudson's Bay Co. The Quality Store INLAID LINOLEUM Why You Should. Use It Because it is tbe most desirable floor covering alvone could .M-ish to.nse, especially ITAIBFS DTLAID LINOLEUM Linen More 315 REDPATH door Miss Tifncy, Milliner.) above store was'opened last Saturday and the goods were Neatly the ladiesof Lethbridge, which .will prove a boon to the housekeeper as well as the intending-purchaser-of -Xmas pres- for their triends. A nice piece of embroidered linen made bv the Irish peasants will appeal at once to the lady-of taste tow. Jf you have not made a visit to the above store, you should oo so at once and see those lovely semi-ready embroidered suits in all colors, exquisitely worked in solid and open work. Thev are ex- clusive unique and you will say they are the prettiest things you ever saw ar a most reasonable price. Ladies'.and initialliandkercbiets., -bedspreads, double damask table-cloths and tea, and tray cloths, etc. Aiso marked linens for-working. that always to be seen at this! Wouse'T' of Mr..and Mrs. F. popular playhouse will assure the pat rons of something good and lively every night, and a week's entertain- ment such as never before been wit- nessed in our city. AMERICAN FLEET ON THE CHANNEL Sixteen War Vessels Are (to a Two Months' Cruise Torquay, Eng., Nov. first, division of the American battleship Icct of sixteen ships, which is lo spend hvo months in a< cruise of French and English ports in'the Enp- lis-h channel, arrived in Tor Bay to- tlav and is now at anchor live miles from tin's port. The division expects to .proved lo Portland Harbor, Wev- mouth, tomorrow. It is in command of Rear Admiral Scbroodcr. whose flagship is the Coiineciicut.. The fourth division arrives at Brest, Krance. today, while the second and" third divisions arc still at sou. LINOLEUM, C medium grade, in various block and floral designs in- all colors, 2 yds. wide Square Yard LINOLEUM heavier grade in different floral and block designs. Sousre V B. than C. and NAIRNS FAMOUS CORK CARP natural and green colors. This makes' a splendid floor covering for offices, etc, Square'Yard No doubt about as enMDCUed aygiemc merit; none about iNor any about its beicc worth its it bears the rldeal" Guaran- tee oa the footttul. That Guarantee you of tfcan mere surface exctHecce. It warrants real satisfaction to the buyer. Its snowy enamel -will stay white; its parts Trill not work loose. Know why ".Tdeal" Metat Beds we better Ask for "The Philosophy of Sleep reading. it ircc. Write for Booklet No, MO HOUSE FURNISHINGS SECOND FLOOR NEW SHOWING OF DELAINES We hare just received a new consignment" of Delaines. They are good, in fact tne best ever we had. Made in pretty floral, checks, stripes and paisleys; all wool. Suitable for Ladies' Waists and Children's Dresses. We are now making a special display of them-in tne window and a special offer to YOU at, per DRY GOODS, MAIN FLOOR OUR CHRISTMAS HAMPERS ARE NOW READY A P. ;