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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, November 18, 1913 THE LflTIIBKIDGE DAILY HERALD .Our Doll Party Is Open HUNDREDS OF DOLLS hanU- soine German dolls, direct fiom the fatherland. Can't speak a word ot liagHsh.- Hut, ok' they're beautiful even trio Itttlo ones. Jhoy're all joint- ed atid open end fibul ibclr all anxious to be in a cozy home (or Christ- mas. Priced from 25e. up To-morrow we look forward to the pleasure of receiving welcoming all the littie.visitors whose elders accept for them this special and interesting invitation SUCH A HOST OF TOYS and games. What fun for the-'youngsters. Dolls in silks and inus- lins, niccliiinicul railways, piimos, drums, trumpets, dancing bears, balky mules, quacking ducks and hundreds of other entertaining things to sec. The Toy Department is just as interesting to mothers and fathers ;is it is lo the youngsters. To the elders it recalls days of huppy childhood. To the younfislers it ie H place'of continual de- light. As usuul, our prices are much lower than can he found elsewhere and a wide variety of lo ?5.00. Don't wail too lung to makeyour selections. You'll like these francs and the prices too Silver pianos or fine German just the kiud to deliyfct any Httlu girl or bavo as many as 17 keya. Finished all nicely decorated. The rwwt are showing lit ToylautJ. Prices from Mechanical Trains and Toys: Trains tliat go like tlie wind cm circular tracks.. Triced .from 50c to Hears; Jumping Clowns, Speedy 'Automobiles'and many other interesting toys from 25 cents up. manufacture boy. in Jlosewoiy] :si thing iOr, ft> Drums! Dozens of Druuig .111 different sizes. The Ijoys are sure to like these. 'Well made and nU-ely deeor- alc'J. Every one of'these eold, moans a haioy lioy Christinas morning. Prices EVERYTHING IS OPENED OUT ON DISPLAY as convenient as possible. You will A Table at 25c A T able at 56c While many other tables are filled to overflow- Sag with gift suggestions. THE BEST PLACE TO DO, YOUR CHR1STMAI5 SHOPPING Hudson's Bay Storei SPACE DOES NOT PERMIT US to describe all our toys, yoy must come and see them. Sl-jffed .Animals tbat almost live aud Lrt-cthe, myBlerious looking Magic Jjanterns, Shooting Carries for llic" marks- man, Toy Forms, and Steam Engines, also the popular Noah's and Building Blocks, all marked at prices that will mean busy days uetr.een now aad Christmas. Only "JOG can ie accommodated at llife banquet at Hamil- ton on Nov. 26. Toronto Liberal clubs are llraiicd to an attendance of 50. Snow in some places in the. Uruce peninsula is nine feet deep. Nathaniel Croft, who settled in Guelph IB 382S, is dead, aged Perfect fitting Union Suits Tor Particular Women WE MAKE a specialty of Underwear and our slock is at its best at present. Only llic very best makes are to be found liere. AH gamients are perfect fitting, well tailored and above all excellent val- ues. We give you but ;i partial lisl'of tbe many lines we cany. They will be sliown to you cheerfully, just lite asking. Sf e the Plush Union Watson's Heavy U. .Suits Suits TXis ia the only American made Union Suit elio'wn In the city. You will appreciate its rainy good points the moment you see it Sites 34 to Actual J2.25 value. The selling line of Un-. Ion Huitfi we have ever shown; Some slorca sell this particular com'oinatlbn nt and 52.00. WQ sell the quantity, hence Uio low price. tDITED "IHV The -winter night Is lull of wind and i She was accompanied :as fat as the. storm, Icily-by Mrs. Sykn, who also stayed Thft Christian's festal season close nt- with Mrs. returning home hand, j this afternoon. With frosty, glistening, snow-be-1 sprinkled form. Wlss at the C. P. R, build- The Water Spirit .roams throughout ing 04 ia he'pt busy the land. Lo! whllp wo are gazing, In awiftej baste Stream down the snows, till the ali these days exquiiltel} beautiful things which formerly be- longed to Mr.' E. T. Tbey are no won display, acid Miss BlaOurn de- UghU in having of beau things see them, and Iney As, myrte'ds by mjTiads madly appeal to old-timers who Fine Cashmere Unitn Fine All Wool Union Suits This Is a dandy garmcQt, eveirbods- likes it. fits looka well and is tho best value at the Knob range. SliM if to -W. Suits Labelled "jjure wool" by Vv'ulaon's, the foremost makers of perfect fitting Union Sulls, la Canada. this 'line. or Natural shade Extra Fine Lew Neck, Short ID Suits Sleeve, U. Soits Is on a spring nuchlne, ind-U :a very And .nttfnjf grtrmtnl. Alt hand finished. We lute a great lot of this style of Union Suils. They are Uo ocletratetl "Health" brand.. Pine wool suits In largo ilzeE at S3.00, In all situ at 12.00. Silk and Wool Unioa Vests Drawers on They fling themselves from their shadowy hbight. The fair, frail creatures ot middle sky, speed thoy make, with. their grave so nigh; I Flake after flake, 'To llo in tlie dark and silent laie! Cullen Hostesses tomorrow: Mrs. J. Q. lioberlaon, 1108 Seventh avenue South. T Mrs. A. 51. Grigg, 1213 Sixth Aver, S-, will receive on Thursday altcr- noon for the first time since coming lo I.ethbridge. Mrs. Chsrlcs McCletu- ghan will rcctive with the hostess. Mrs. McCoy, o! Ottawa, is the guest tt her daughter, Mrs. W. S. Ball. a MTS. Patterson, ot Cranirook, Is a gusat with "MrB. It. T. Brymneir, Elev- enth street. Suits Tado your' choice of three tnttkes, Watson's, Health, or, WnUoii's lias the" "Cloied Crotch" the other two sire--open. Material the best olher fleecy finished Sale at 6Sc each Tiro sp1e-r.il id lines ot Unlct-: wear marked down for Wednes- day. One line, pure wool, the s-. allk and wool obtain-' .able. claatfc KnU lino Worth lo (1.00 a garment HaTC Yon Seep "The Criterion" at 5c a cepy? You will agree ivllh'uslhat this Is tho biggest nickel's worth -of stylo literature you ever set your eyes on.- U lias pagca of Interesting ncwn porlalnlng lo present ana'future f.lttlo helps for'ornbroldercil gifts, that women malic at homo, and a host of other tlmelf lubiccti.. Get your cony tomorrow. Rylands in Underwear and Gloves Mrs. Terrlault, ot Champion, Is a guest with Mra. J. W. Wood. Four teenth street Mrs. C. A. Stephens and children left this morning on an extended visit to 0elroEt and other eastern points. Mr, and Mra. C. S. Farrow have re turned from a visil with al Trochu, ano" a .ion and friends in Cat1 gary. Mrs. J. W. Wood Haves tomorrow for Claresholm, where she will he tho Eucat-o! hev daughter, Miss lioltlii for the formal opening of the niarcsholm Agricultural The Maple Leaf club have issued in vitallons lo n danco'ln tlio Son) ol England hall on Frldp.y. November 21, Tho usual committee 'will b'e In charge and tho Imperial orchestra furnish the music! f: -J ft Tho LclhbrWse Tennis club his de- cided to TioM a v.'inter of danc- es, commencing w-ith one on Friday, December 12, in the Sons of KfiAland nait. This will "oo a most wclcopie on- nouncerncnt to lovers of the dance, who have been .ilarmcd lest no series lie hold this winter. Mrs. 0. L, f'nrraall, who has tifcn visiting Mrs. J. H. Syhcs, cl Kalci', for Ue past luo MOhtrs, iv.is a wti-i-cr.d with Mrs. W. II Jl-'.r ris tn route to- ft. remember the man who did BO much for LelhbrldgV A quiet wedding was solemnized in Knox church al two o'clock afternoon, when Miss Jean Mille BlTthe Aleiaoder-Harley hecame thi bride of Mr. Jesse Filraer. Rev. A. G Cameron performed the cereraony in the presence of only a" few inUmat friends. Mr. and Pilmer will ie- Eide on Seventh streel South. o A quiet but pretty wedding was ce ebrated at Ketlaw ni noon yeaterday when Mlsa Kllen .Nelson, of -Irfth bridge, became the bride, of Mr. Os wald Lyons, af Sweet Valle) Alta., The ceremony was performed b Iho Rev. C. Grant, of SL. Paul's Fits Lutheran church, Lelhbrldge, Ih home of the bride's brother, Mr. Osca 1C..Nelson, In the presence of the im mediate relatives of'the bride an grooni. Immediately after the cer mony, a sumptuous wedding luncheo was served. Mr. and Mrs. Lyons wl reside on the groom's: farm rica- Sweel Valley. s KEiaEK-CONNOK quiet bat prettf redding soleranircd al hisli noon today at the homo oi Jlr. anil Mrs. H. Connor, corner Seventh St. and Ninth When .their daughter, Edith Lillian, was united in marriage .to Jlr. Floyd N'clson Kecler, of Crows Nest Pass. Hev. J. H. i'ickel tied the nuptial knot in presence ot intimate' fritnds.and relatives, after which a i recherche dinner was served. Mr. and Jlrs. Kecler will reside.ut Crows N'cst. CLUBS AND (OCIETIZt At the mid-week service in Kriox jureh on Wednesday night, the Sun- ay school lesson will be taken in cou- ectlon with the Teacher Training asi. Problem as to Industrial Si (Continued From Front I'agc) trial committee has tten asked OttSafurday afternoon, from 3 lo in a ICpctt as fe to ,hc o( Ion with a sale of fancy useful arti- les, under the of the Maple ,eaf Mission band of church, in schoolroom. light, ing connections he made, with live residences on Iltli St., S-, and that a line he carried to tlie colTce factory in North Lcthbridge whrre a five horse power motor his-.been insulted. HAY CONTRACTS _WL Hay contracts lor the year "were" awarded. Hyssop lixos. were given to the contract- lor V5 tons bluejoint at 513 per ton. R. L. Whetler will he power, water and sewer connection. REBATE OF TAXES The congregation ot St. Patrick's lias asVed for a relate on tales on A. goodly number attended West- mv church was mlnEter Guild of.Knox church last May. Aid. Skcfth is !ntaE, the being in cbarje it iliss Amy. Waterman. Etcelleni papers on '-Fellowship with Christ" bc artpwed a rebate, but- the matter ivere.-read by Mjsa Waterrnan and up ty the asseisment Miss Dieaetu.'" Icoraraittcc to look further into too N'eit Monday nipht, a joint meeting circumstances. arje ttlat hoth St. Patrick's and lleni I ihe same street of Wesley. Ejmorth league and Knox iVeslminbler Guild will bo lield in I'UIU.IC MAKKBT George of Calgary, nddress- debate wili be the feature. schoolroom, when an Interesting ed the council yesterday, ahout iing a public market here. He claims lo have revived the interest in the A jolly social evening was held laal Calgary market and put H on a pay- evening, under tho auspices Gyp-; ing basis. Mayor Hardie said the rlaii's Games were enj'oyed, :Cily had no money to spent! on a pub- the'aiitb romance being an especially jlic market, but.il Mr. Wells and Mr. leasing feature. The prizes were won -Tracj- c0uld romo to some agreement. asied to supply 25 mixed tim- othy anil alialfa at per ton. This the first season ihs city stables liavc ever used alfalfa as horse- feed. They'have Jieeri Tiding it for a month and pronounce it fins horse feed. NORTH LKTHHRIDGE N'EEDS Messrs. English 'snii HuchaDan of ihe North Lelhbridge Voters'" asso- ciation waited im the council to n'je water and 'electcic.li.eht for sev- eral streets in N'orth Lethbridgc, north oj ith avenue. Their petition was referred to a committee com- posed of Aid. Hamiltba, Aid. Aird and the city engineer. LIABILITY INSURANCE Aid. Steith wauled to fcnnw tie motion lo pay cm bills" was passed if the account for this year's iiatility insurance was in the nuni- ber. He was mforme.1 that the x- by -Miss Oonld nnd Mr. the city might consider a proposal ,count was lin.e ago bv while the consolation went to -Miss the former would receive the Hardie asked II he. liail light refreshments concluded a bright evening. 9 The Flossie Fisner club met at the home of Mrs. Huff Saturday after- Stett and Mr. Allen. Enjoyable musi- City's support in an undertaktni; here. c.al numbers by Miss Gib-'Mr- v''elis claims hc co-operate son and Mr. Clarke." The serving oliwllh lbc (arraers fruit, growers, 'and would not only supply Lctli; hridge with produce, but towns' through Pass also. 110XUS KOI) FARHIS II. Karris, city accountant, was voted a bonus of owine to the noon A prosramme was rendered, hcavr work hc lllis bfcn com. tor which all-joined In plc-clng com- pcllci) to-u-11acrlave jn Ms Omce this fort blocks. Though recently orgamz-1 ,notion tfl car. ed, they proving to he an ric j a dissenting vole of workers. Refresh- j ADVERTISINtt CONTRACT ments were served by Mrs. Huff, to 7he Canadian Street Car Advcrtis- wlilch all did ample justice, after I jnsj c0. desire to conUact for the- ad- the llltb land adjourned, each jTCI.tisins 01 lhe feeling they had dono something cars. will he rc- ful, The nest mecttns will be held ot rared to Ihe street railway commil- thc homo of Mrs. ABbcrofl, corner -ice. This company holds Ihe adrcrlis.- street nnd Fifth avenue, on No-1 ins lights, on nearly eveiy syslcm in vember 25, at 1 p.m. .1 Western Canada. p.m. The Junior Oirls' Ulblc class of SI.. Cyprian's Church'are holding a social evening tomorrow in the Parish room at 7.30. OB this occasion they will en- terfflln the Junior Boys' Hihle class. any oajccllon to raise. Aid. Steilh said he hat] not c.1 present.- Mayor Hardie then, lo avoid- ar.y trouble, placed a resolution htlore the- mut- ing raUIying all Insurance accounts paid lo date this year. The motion passed, Aid. Skeith yoting against. The mayor then the information that the account hail been paid hy note ing maynr. by Aid. Lovcring as act- GRAIN IN ELEVATORS Tori Arthur, Onl., Nov. 17.--Grain In store nl elevators of. two jiorlB.at" week ending N'overaber IS: Wheat, 1MSU12.23 hushclB; oats. .22; barley, hughels: liar, The coiuicil recommenilcd thit light-1 January. Cobourg will vote on local option In SOLID. MPIR'BUDS The wholesome Confection, CAPTAIN CAMESON Commander ol Uw WHAT EXPLAINS ITS ENORMOUS POPULARITY ahva.vs (be same perfect tea. Its quality, never cliiingcs. Vxev.s know it is tlic Best Ten. Ask for it by name. Send this Advertisement with 25 cenia to Blue Ribbon, Limited Wlnnips'g, for the Clue Rlbbcn Cock Book. bisl cook dock ?er UM> in WeiUrn CjnaJj. Wrile and titttn fittflf- ;