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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta I THE IJ-JfnBRIDOK DAILY HERALD PWct. Dr.PR.CFS CREAM BAKING POWDER Made from Pure, Grape Cream of Tartar every other baking powder in making delicious, healthful food. Protects the food from alum. 774. ILETHBRIDGE WENT; SIMPLY TOOK IT Illiinioroiis Reference Capture of Dry Fann- ing 1 --Umier th-e-eaption "Canadian Boost- ers, Take the National Land 'and Irrigation Journal, published in published tbe following: j'-'A- trainload of S3 business men of Alberta, went to the Inter- Ihatlonal Dry Farming Congress, recent- lly held at Colorado Springs, and c-ar- liried away an engagement that theJ912 Bsossion of the congress'shall be Held Lcthbrldge. This appears to be the of the new Canadian Northwest, ill. reminds one of Kipling's confession another subject. Kipling some- says, in his inimitable nian- 'Onier smote 'Is bloorain' lyre, 'K'tr'eiml nicn's'sbhs'o, by land and sea, And wot 'e thought 'e might require 'E went an1 same as me." Letbbridge's business interests s-aem to think they -require'the Dry Farm- :ng Congress to be held with them next rear, :M they "went an' look." RAILWAY ECONOMY (Monetary Times) rail- To encourage economy, the ways of the United .States (lisui billing literature showing how, by n MUle care, cxpwsef can be kept down. Ivc- JUNEAU HAS FIRE .iunean, Alaska', Nov. a heavy (rale fire broke out here yesterday in I the buildings- -of-ihe. Union Wharf. Co., twhlc-b were destroyedjit a loss of tflDO. For the whole waterfront threatened. by a few words showing 'What 'Mve men can do to their employers' 1 2-ceiu postage slamp equals hautlng one ton you think of They are all made by the "Starr Mltf. Co. We also have a SotMl Practice, Defence and Goal Sticks. Also Pucks, Straps. Look 'em over. Stafford-Agnew "II you live town, write us." 'Mrs. Miss O'llaRMi and Miss' Mc'ryl Ninmions passed the tea iour trifles. wore a Dresden silk costume {trimmed with blue satin and white lace and black hat with maisc touches. Miss O'llapui was gowned In silk :null with pink accessories and large Inei- ha I iM-iirini; pink rosebuds. Hcryl Nimmons looked decid- Blly well' in hrown velvet wilh lace ami smart bat of corresponding- Little .Miss llelon McKillnn, irock- in pale, blue silt witli pearl trim- mings and carrying her pretty Paris liclplul admitting those wiio called. Yesterday morning at iiinc-ihirly at SI. Patrick's church, the Kcv. Kntlicr rtoseiilhal tins marriavc i.i Miss llerlha McNcill to Mr. Joseph Roc'lion, both ol this city. The cei-c- niony iv'as performed in tlie presence of ;l nunibcr of friends and reiali'.us, aftei'. which a dainty wedding cr was served at the home of Ihc brother. Holh the. bride and groom liavo a host of friends in the city, who oic- tcnd nest wishes for their future hap- piness. Master William P. Clcary cd his sixteenth birt-hday by enter- taining a nunihcr of his friends at a six this evening. Mrs. Clcary wore' a white lilien dress, daintily embroidered in eyelet design. Mrs. Clcary was assisted by Mfif G. Alexander, who wore a becoming white" marquisette gown, find Mrs, 0. Seam.'m, who hail donned blue white pongee. The color scheme was carried, out His dining room with green, while, and red draperies. The table was centred.-with a bouquet of red -and white carnations resting on a lin'on centrepiece embroidered in carnations oi the' same shades. The birthday cake was very allradivc, surrounded with sixteen red and white candles, After dinner n pleasant .time spent in playing fish pond, alter which all Uic guests were treated to the performance at- the new Morris theatre. Those Invited were: Clarence Lawrence Ott, Philip' Oil, Gordon. Ol-t, Percy Morris, Irwiu Gordon Ted Ralph Moore, Arthur Freeman, Hil- iic Alexander, Fred Iliilton and Irv- 15 liutton. Mrs. Frank Medley, another of season's brides, held her post-nuptial .cccpt-ion yesterday afternoon, when, she welcomed a large number ol call- ers throughout !hc> lale afletnqon. Green' shaded candles sent a soft low over tiic drawing rooms, which were further enhanced by clusters pink and while carnations. Mrs. KVdley received her guests wt'arinjj; :l handsome gown of cjiarn- pagnc silk eolicnne, monnluil on old rose silk, wilh applique and gold trimmings. Mrs. Kdgar. n. Hill, who received wilh Hie hostess, wore a becomjng hliiu silk drras, prettily braided, re- lieved with dalnly inuehcs of chic pink ioquc with lace. Mrs. Moth, who ushered Ihe.guetls to Uic tea i-ooin, had donned a-smil't blue cloth gown, elaborated with panne velvet and lace and black vel- vet picture hat willi lynx crown- and pink and fsold lonchrs. Smnrl appoinlmenls were carried oiil. in I he tea room, where Ihc at- Iractivcly arrangrd lablf was cenlred by a shower of white crysanlhcmuma on a real lace cloth, while satin rib- bon bring drawn to each corner of t-lio board, where shaded candles were placed. Mrs. Miilbern presided over Ihc lea and roflcc, wearing a sweetly pretty gown of Di-iissels net veiling, white and large black plumed 1ml. Mrs. Schl cul l.he ices and wore an elaborain preatlon of hand-paitleil cliifton anil bind, li.'il .ilornnl wilti Clubs and Societies The SSor.s ot England will open Ihe seasoif with an invitation dance in the K. of P. Hall, :on Thursday, De- cember'Slt.tli. Mr. R..Kussell( Mr.'C. Mr. I''. T. Robins, and Mr. C. Wcsflcy are the commiUcp, who arc'luqkjng after the invitations. The illustrated travel talk by John P. .iJliim. given in Weslry church last ijiiitc as-'gooil as Ihc press notices i'n other cities, led the public to expect. It is altogether unlikely that'anything, quite so good in the way of storcoptican views anil mov- ing inctunjs as tlioso shown last even- ing''-lias 'appeared bc- forc: 'Mr. Clum has' the pleasing de portinciit of a thorqiiBh gentleman, and iiis address, which was a de- hlenn of history, traditjon, natura study, and scenic description, wa'n'.'delivered in refined language, touched 'witli quiet humor. The edu- cational value of such a lecture is unqiwstionahiy great. It is a pity that, (here were so many other coun- ler-aUractions on for tho same even- .ing, :is the lecture was well worth a crowijed house. Should Mr. Clum ev- er "visit- l.cthbridge again with the same or a similar lecture, he would sifrejy have a audience. Of General Interest John Cowan, K.O., ot Sarnia, had two.'ribs broken by a fall from a horse. In Seal tie during the last month ten women have served as jurors in the. criminal division of the superior court and thai without a word of criticism from bench or bar.. 01 1-15 jurors, drawn on November 12th, to serve in the superior court, 29 arc, the largest number yd called. BRIKFS Nov. 2f> will likely see the close ol ocean navigation on the St. Lawr- ence. Exploration parties along the Hud- Bay roule reporl very poor timber areas.. Princess a new Pacific coaster for the. C. P. H., has been launched at Paisley, Scotland. HanViHon's city engineer rcnorls against enlarging the filtering basin, but large reservoir may be con- structed. A section boss on the N.T.R., i-1 ilcs east of Coehrane, was treed by a. pack of wolves, who killed his two dogs. The blowing off of the head of a pneumatic rivet ter knocked a bridge- worker named i.oughced, of Trenlon, into tile river An- injunction has been issued to restrain Alex. Chaplin from drilling for oil and gas mirier the waters o( Erie; the claim being made that landowners along the lake control the property. IlHiiiillnn Cemetery Hoard have been asked by a marble dealer for permission lo remove monuments for which relatives bave not paid. John Chapman, ased ss> wlm arriv- ed in-Onlt two weeks ago from Clif- ford, will) his family, is dead from asphyzialion from a defective, slone. Compromise you give up your sent Id fin woinnn or A pretty one? one who In Mb, Hudson's Bay Co. FRIDAY and SATURDAY Read every item of this announcement carefully. The quality of goods offered is beyond prices speak for themselves. Babies' Sleigh Robes .J Made in'the popular pocket style, some arc made from heavy qua- lity close pile cream bearskin, trimmed with silk braid and barrel buttons. Others aro made from Lin ma wool and trimmed with fur heads and bows ol ribbon. All are lined with Iwtv; cream felt or JUnnel The regular price of tbese robes WH up to H V> but for Friday and Saturday, we are C J offering them all at one price Bearskin Bonnets for 85c Children's Bearskin Coats is >oni opportunity to fit out the children with comfort- able winter coats, made froirUlie tinest while Bearskin, bcautt- lully lined and padded: neatly linishet! w ith silk braid and but- tons, cut warm high col- lar. A Mmut comfortable coat, thai in the regular way We Have them in all sizes for children ot to S >ears, and for Friday and Saturday's Mil- inc, we put them all in at one price, an eicepttonal snap Felt Hats for 45c grand handsome Bearskin Bonnets, also some in and velvet for infants and children; dainty lit- tle bonnets, warm and close fitting, will be ine daily priced for Friday and Saturday selling at 86c to What a rush (here must be for these felt hits for children, mushroom -dhape, oj good .quality felt with band and strings of silk in cardinal, navy, and grey. A regular cleanup of hais that were 1150, at a cleanup price Bargains in Linens Afternoon Teacloths 85c Linen. Department is. again putting' on i'som'e 'real startlers for Friday and Saturday. Study these prices care- fully, the quality Is tip top. Plljow beautifully em proldered wjth handsome' crochet lace, and insertion, that were rta-uiar tor a'lDoi. Only Real Linen "1 stitched tond heavily embroidered, theSslre is 9 x 9, aid for Friday arid Saturday we offer them, at, each Boys'Sweater Coats 65c Sec that the hoys are sufficiently protected from the dangers attending this rap- id change in temperature. Wool Sweater Coats of good weight and substance are the most ef- fective protection and for Friday and Saturday we offer you an opportunity to purchase a Heavy Sweater Coat In grey, brown, or navy, for boja of _all ages, at the very moderate price of Is an unprecedented offer Beautifully embroidered on Heal Irish'1 Linen, "with crochet insertion, and border, tbe size Is 32 In. I 32 in., and we nevfr had better value However we are tbe lot onfFriday and Saturday at OeuMe Damask Tei Clothe, hem itltched, of the Ttry beat qualit} Slie 24 In. Will be an exceptional snap'at each Other sizes in i 38 In, and 36 In. 36 In, equally good value at Heavy Hose 5, pairs Save over 30 per cent, on the fol- lowing All Candy, regular 30c lb., 20fi for Iqlng 15c packet, 1 fin .'for S lb. sack Whole Wheat, regular 45c, Gravenstein 'Apples, 6 Ibs. .for Very Special Offer in Crockery Tea Cups Uuctr......... Dinner Plsles Civtred Olshee A nut of .11.20 doi. 11.10 eacn and Butter Plates Frari PKIIeri for l It Any lei Usually Sold at tl7.QO 75c Xow is your chance to lay in a, stock ol Ribbed Hose for Whiter use, all beat yarn in miitures and were real (CUM) value at Sit Note tbe price, men's sire, 5 pairs for Men'a Flannelette Pyjama's, made from quality, fast color striped flannelette, and are real tood lalue at the rejular price, I1.3S to BO Men will anve considerably by avalline themscUes of our offer for Friday and Saturdaj, per suit The Remnant Counter j We hafl snch a time with those Choice Remnant, and Dress Lengths last week that 'we have turned out a few more. The quantity this week Is limited, but the values are even bttter if possible We have also :idded a few, dainty lengths in materials suitable for evenini. wear, all will be marked with their oriflnal nrjce and the sale price clearly showing at a gjahcc the great saving that is effected. Xow conies the greatest; snap of aH in this great Weekly Clearance have just delivery of few crates of Hiffh Grade Dinner Ware tern one of tlie best English Potteries; sound pieces. You can buy an odd piece, or you can make, up from this magnificent assortment n, complete dinner service to siiifvonr own requirements' nt less than half what you would Inwe to pay in the regular way. This is not; common ware, but Inc.h Rrtfcle semi-porcclnin in not- grey pattern, very artistic and ol classic de- sign. -i _ We li'ive a few her pieces at proportionalc low 2Oc Me tnh S9.50 ;