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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTIK LBTIIBRinfi.1! DAILY HERALD DON'T RISK YOUR LIFE or the lives of your dear ones by wearing the wrong kind of footwear in bad weather. Thin and unsuitable shoes are r ponsible for many deaths l.t-tliis store we ajl kiii'ds of boots and rubbers for bat} girls, mckii and Avomen. gome in and look over our stock. Don't delay: until the Wj, day and come when1 it''is A stitch in time saves nine footwear as in' every- thing else. THE-- FOOT TOGGERY Are all the hedges bare and an dead? Is all tile ncene a weary wlntr Is sign uf God's good faced, o'er Ilia world is only sorrow gpreiul? Not BO. In hedge leafy bei May (ho jrwt Father's lovini thought ke traced, various nut and scarlet beiriei placed In rlcb profusion where the flowers have (lied; Which while they feed Hit creature.B the frost And ice the earth fast us anew What otherwise our careless hearts had lent, That in the winter beauty liveth still: And thii our hearts with praises meet should fill To Him from whom all beauty ever grew. Osmond. Mr, J. B. Moore leaves tomorrow (or his home in Kentucky, whers he Will reside In future. Mrs. Reeve has' returned after an abroad aud stay In 'Eastern Canada. Mr, Harry Beeby returned yesterday ftpm a trip to. Caigary .aha Edmonton. .1 -Mr- -Mrs, C. Friers have moved into their new residence on London road. Mr. Colin P. Gillies, who has been on an extended" visit at his old home in Halifax, is expected hack shortly. Mr. Haines Felger, of Pittsburg, will arrive next '.week to spend some time with his brother, Mr. L. A. Ftlger. STORE THIS IN YOUR MEMORY GEORGE KERR CO.'S, Store of Quality is to be found replete with all varieties of high class Groceries and Provi sions, Teas and Coffees SWIFT'S PREMIUM, per 25c ARMOUR'S, per tb........... 22C BONED AND SLICED, per ft......___ 30c SWIFT'S PREMIUM, per It...... 32c SWIFT'S PREMIUM, sliced, ID..........35c. OX TONGUE SLICED, per IU........................ 65c. BOILED HAM- BOILED HAMS, per ft..................35c. EXTRA QUALITY, per rb...............40c. GOROONZOLA, Dtp ft. ROCQUEFORT, per CHEDOER, per SWISS CREAM, per ft INGERSOLL CRfeAM, PARMESAN............. McLAREN'S IMPERIAL 50c. 60c. ..........25c. 35c 16c. ..........30o. 35c and 60c. Fancy winter Apples Fifty pound cases, ten varieties per box Libby's New Seasons'? Fruits 2QC SLICED PEACHES 20o PEARS 20c CHERRIES................ 20c SLICED PINEAPPLE 30C SLICED PINEAPPLE 20c GRATED PINEAPPLE.............' soc ASPARAGUS 30c ASPARAGUS, WHITE ........45C Canned Fish NEW RED SALMON...................... 3oc. LOBSTER FINNAN HADDiE................... 16c SHRIMP 20c' CLAMS........................'...'.'.'" 1So! KIPPERED HERRiNG 2 for 35o HERRINGS IN TOMATO SAUCE 2 for 35c SARDINES, K.O., C.C.C. X FISH, ea Special PURE CASTILE SOAP 2 nj. bar EXTRA FINE TOI LET SOAP, 8 cakei HARDWOOD TOOTH PICKS, each DEADMAN'S HONEY CALIFORNIA WILD ROSE HONEY 25c .'.'25c' 20c, Mr. and .Mrs. G. W. Burns, of .Mcd cine Hat, ire wMk-cnil visitors wit j. E. Mauon, 805 Ninth avenu South, Miss Waterman is entertaining at masquerade parly this evening. Fort KtieBtB hive b-eeu bidden. Mri. W. A. LBTltt lg a dinner hoit ess evening. Covers ire laid fo Her. A. 0. Mrt. Wilson, Mrp. Con voy Mr. Beer. Mr. and Mre. Walter Jordan, Mr. II Kaake, Mr. J. H. Tabor and Mr Wedge, returned from Calgary tin svealng, where they attended the pro. "incisl Sunday school convention. Mrs. p. L. left today to vltl her father, Mr. j. O. McArthur, of Win nlpeg. Mr. Leach .accompanied his wife as far ai Mediciio Hat. Mrs. G. H. Macteod was hostess of a four-table bridge latt when :he fortunate favor winners were Mrs. M. Morton, Mr. Ritchie and Mrs. Meredith, Dainty refreshments were at after which Mr. V. .Butler, deilghted the guests with number of piano selections, and dancing was enjoyed until a late hour. Miss Lucile Bckstorm and her aunt, Mrs. Tote, of Seattle, expect to leave Monday for Edmonton, where they vill spend a week. Mrs. R. B. McArthur, who, with taster Reginald, is returning from ah xtended visit in the East, is staying' off in' Winnipeg, and will not arrive' home until beit week. A -'jolly biinch oi young people went to Magrath this attcrlibon to attend the bachelors' ball this evening. Mrs. Wright chaperoned the party who in- cluded' Miss Mary Murphy, Mis Leaty, Miss ROSE Leary, Miss Marion King, Miss Edith Jbhcs, Mr. D. C Leary, Mr. R: B. Davis, Mr. Fred Rose and Mr. H. ,D. Long. :An event of some Interest to Ray- mond people was the marriage on Tuesday. night of Miss Lillian New- Stupendous Sale of Dress Silks Worth up to on Saturday at 45c On Saturday morning at 8.30 we place on1' oiir Bargain Counters iiity pieces of Dress Silks, including' Brocades anil .unetaa in a full range Of all the most wanted plain colors, small Tfcrsi an and Paisley designs, em gently suitable for Dresses blouses, lea Gowns or KinionasKeoiilar prices commence at 75o and many ot them sold in the regular way as high as Alt One Uniform Price on Saturday Only 45c _ _________________ Other Advertised Price Concessions for Saturday Till i______ I LADICt' TAlLOfttQ tip to fS.75 C4 for...... 99m .LADIES' WINTER All at reduced prices. LADIES' COMET and Tea Aproni reduced Z5C MADRAS Reg. Jl.OD for...... TELESCOPE Heg.. Jl.OO for 25c 50c MEN'S SOCK for HEATHER Wool' ITEM'S DRILL SHIRTS Jl.25 valuei for MEN'6 FLANNEL Values for NECKWEAR 60c values for MEN'S MITT1 for............... 95c 85c 25c 80c LADItS- F1LT ILiai. ope BOX CALF BLUCHIRI AT, ,91 MLT GAITIM 00C SCHOOL DUCED TO AJt Per pair 9 I .BO ODD LINES In LADIES' Small sizw only; Reg ?5.00 9 I.till Dress Goods MmliMti" ii Hilt Price ind Mists' and Children's Union and .Wool Drawers; up'to values for CANNED PEACHES, per tin 3 PRIME CANADIAN CHEESE, per Ib. INDIA AND It MAPLE SYRUP, pint bottll 8T, CHARGES MILK, pw Un 1 B. C. PRIZE APPLEB B Ik. for man to Oeo. L. Selman, son of Chas. Selman of Raymond. Bishop Bvana performed the ceremony after which a bij reception was held at the home of Chris. Nilsson .air. and Mrs, Sel- man are now. receiving the congratu- lations, of many Raymond friends and in these the Herald Joias. Raymond Correspondent. ALL SALE PRICES FOR CASH ONLY HUDSON'S BAY STORE jd'wilh the singihfc ot "A Tbwet 61 Strength pur been approved hy the Senate. In substance it describes tho boundary a-ml provides a commission to pas's upon tho reasonableness of local Canadian anil Newfoundland fisheries regula- lions. One of the questions settled by "the Fisheries treaty Is that noitlicr Great nritnln nor its colonies may Impose regnlnllons on American flahcrmen o.v- oMlsIllsf tlioip treaty rights In the ter- ritorial waters ot Newfoundland and Canada, unless such regulations are held to ho reasonable Impartial tribunal. In caso of dispute neither Great Drltsln nor the United Stoics can be sole Judge of the regulations, Tho fishermen will know before the Returned an Open Verdict The verdict brought this after- noon by the Jury in (he John Durda in- quest was: ''We, the jury empanelled to en quire into the death of Jbhii Durda, find that the.said John Durda came to his death on the morning of Nov Do you tike lUnoh down town. Have you tried The Brown Betty tea Room A business man's liincli at 80c, Served daily, ROOM 4 .MACDONALD BLOCK ies, but as to how those injuries were leceived there Ife no evidence to show." The jury added a rider that a. resi- dent poliCeMan ihniild. he' placed nl Ofmber 6 from shook caused by injnl- Hell No 3 and No. 9 ebahs of the Quit Col BUSSES Winter Excursion Rates, ROUND TRIP FIVE MONTHS LIMIT On Sale Daily, Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st FROM ALL RAILWAY STATIONS MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN, ALBERTA AND THE GREAT BRITAIN, IRELAND, SCANDINAVIA ANO THE CONTINtNt SHIPS St, John and Liverpool Empress of Ireland ...Fri. Nov. 29 :.Empress of Britain Frl. Dec, 13. Empress of Ireland .Fri. Dec..'27 For reservations of berths or fur- ther particulars apply agent. J. S. CARTER, Gen'l Aflint 210 Portaje Ave, Man. ST. LAWRENCt SAILINGS Empress of Ireland Frl. Nov. 1 Lake Champlalh...... t Empre.t of Britain Fri. Lake Nov. M Extra t.ilingl to London- Mount Sun Nov 17 Lake ,V suMnn; tilling from Si. Liwronce Canadian Pacific Railway Home Visitors' Excursions United States Points Hetuni Fare from Letlibridgc Minneapolis or St. Paul Diiluth (jiiS.lO Chicago, Kansas City CORRESPONDING FARES TO MANY OTHER POINTS. TICKETS ON SALE DECEMBER lot to 31st, 1912. .RETURN LIMIT THREE MONTHS FROM DATE OF ISSUE. i G. MoNEILLIE, District Paiienjer. Ajlnt, Oaljaryi ;