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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, Aroveinlw 19, THE LETIFBR1jQtfK DAILY HERALD IJ (r Tea Table Talks "A good hostess is known hy tin Tea she servos." Her social affairs will gain tho reputation she desires if she serves e price; nOnc so economical. Its delicious goodness is a continual recommendation. MILADI IDITfD fNONMt We turn the pages, that they read, I Their written Lwords we linger o'er, But, in the sun they cast no shade, No voice is heard, no sign is made, No stop is on the conscious .floor Yet love will dream, and Faith will trust, (Since He who knows our need is That somehow, somewhere, meet we must. -WhiUier. Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. C. H; .West. Mr. and Mrs. Mack, of Prince..Al- bert, who are guests with Mr. and Mrs. 0. Leader, are remaining a week longer before1 returning home- Mrs. ,1. 0. Robertson will he :host- ess of a bridge luncheon on Friday, That the Indians of Southern Al- bcrtn arc ruthlessly slaughtering the big gfimc in the mountain districts, us- ing dogs and other forbidden means to accomplish their purpose killing as 'many us -possible, is the charge made by J. II. Mllllgan, 0[ Purple Springs, who with ,1. R Hamilton. land surveyor, has just re- turned from a trip to the mountains where they enjoyed a. short hunting trip. AH. Milligan and Jlr. Hamilton went to the gap of tfie north forks of the Old River on their trip, going in about thirty miles north of Cowlej The Indians were there ahead of us, arid residents of (lie district claim that they had been in the district and killing big game for two week before the season'.ojibnetli 1 do not know', what the hunting regulations are, but -I-do not think that they al Ion wholesale slaughter of our uig game, even by the Indians. At the present rate the deer would be exlei ruinated in a very ghort dine. I bc- 1 It would bo proper for the auth- orities to enquire into the matter, and it the regulations allow such methods ci' hunting big gamn ns we witnessed they might a change which would result in the preservation of our deer it ml other big game animal The cawing of crow, and the blue jay's harsh cry In protest is heard calling sadly, The pale purple asters apd blue sen- tian flowers N.od dreamlike and fade in the lang- urous hours. A few vagrant bees, madly drunk with old wine, Linger long oh the clusters of Wild tangled vine. The brown prickets chirp in the tall withered grass, That quakes in the wind from the bleak mountain pass. His master work finished, October will Aslep In the-deiiths of the-wood he 1ms dressed. Tlie drawing rooms were liberally adorned with golden and white mums and crimson and pink carnations, while the (ire place was hanked in with palms, ferns and- polled (lower- ing plants. Mrs. Johnston welcomed her guests .wearing, a black peau de soie gown and crimson roses in her coiffure. Dancing was enjoyed by the guests, while those not wishing to dance en- joyed a game of cards in the card room -where pink tlicmums were effective in decoration, A dainty lunch was served at the midnight'hour.-..Augustine, the little daughter of the home, [rocked in white; admitted tho guests. j I picturesque home was the an artistic yesterday during the twilight hours' of the" afternoon, when cleverly j wrought'and: daintily toned water col-: Mrs. R W- Kingston will tea' ors in great profusion adorned hour hostess on Friday. Thirty guests drawing rooms, have been bidden. the -Miss Patlesoti's ability as an arl- ist in water colors is well The teachers of the city are enter- and many indeed were the admiring taming in the Central school thin ev- ening, comments on the work of her brush. The hostess welcomed her guests wearing a modish gown of Mack silk net over silk with relieving touches of crimson. Miss Jlcssic Patteson looked ex- grc Miss Gilmour arrives from the coast this week lo he a guest with Miss Vroohiati, i ceedingly well in a grer frock with a The Misses Vivian and Mildred of fink- Slockelt left this morning for I.os Miss Ann Patteson was dainty m 'Angeles, Cal., where they will reside G I 1C. .Nourse assisted Miss Patteson in looiiing after her quests. The pretty Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. lapp, of Mac- tca-tablc was prided over by Mrs. leod, who were guests with Mr. and Aitken alld jMrs Ford while a Mrs. ,J. Lee .Johnston, returned home maidens tllc Misses'Downer, this morning. j ._ THE ARTIST The fir List October M out of army, In the of the forest lie'3 work- ing uway; lie has dipped deep the brush in the ricli crimson dye And the bright amber sheen of the fair sunset sky. He gems with gay opals the boughs the trees And tints every, leaflet that sways in the breeze, And up in yon 1ree top a mirror i hung, And on it a fold. the rainbow is Hung. The warm sun grows meek and the mellow days brief, So he works with a will thus to slight not ;t leaf. .He splotches with russet and tinting; untold, The gray Quaker willows he louche; wi-tli gold. The nut hoarding squirrel, a tawny Hash, leaps, Across the broad hollow whore the autumn gale sweeps; Mr. 'Arthur Smith, of Montreal, will arrive in the city on Thursday, when he will be n guest -.vith Mrs. Mrs. T. E. Noale. Mrs C. M.- of Brooks, comes iift.vt week to he the guest ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L- V u. Ncale, Rogers and Dixon, passed the dainty viants. Dorothy Church, Mona Ford, Hilda Church and Constance Ford, made a quartette oC helpful little assistants. L_ Clubs and Societies J Tim Aid society of St. An- 'drew's church will meet tomorrow af- ternoon with Mrs. Gordon Ross, Third Are., N. Mrs. K. 'I, 'Hill has sufficiently re- covered from her recent illness to JL i c the Gait hospital and is now doing well at her home on .Seventh thoughtful nnd inspiring missionary Mr. T. W. Quayfc delivered Bishop H'.ihrilltm and Mrs; Hamil- ton, of Japan, arc gutsis with Bish-' op and Mrs. Pinkham at Bishop's Court, Calgary. They will guests in this city on Wednesday, when Bish- op Hamilton will deliver an address in the evening at St. Cyprian's church. I address before the Epworth League j of Wesley church last evening. Mr. Shantz occupied the chair. The Art Needle-work club held a well attended meeting at the home o! Mrs. .J. W. UouUon yesterday after- noon. A pleasant time was spent in sewing, after whicty'lhe hostess serv- ed dainty tea hour viands. I The Hospital Aid society met with Mrs. William Henderson yesterday af- ternoon, when tile ladies spent a busy time in sswing. The next meeting will he held with" Mrs. C. F. Cony- hearc, River view. Sophronia Bonnell entertiiiK'-d. al; a surprise party last evening- in honor of her hrolhcr, .Fulton's teenth birthday. Miss nonnell was assisted by Miss LafTcrty in looking. after the younger set. i A guessing contest resulted in honors going to Myrl O'llagan fid Willard Mason while the consolation Westminster church Thurs.lav, went to Beatrice Cronkite and How- aril Cionkilc. I The guests included Myrl O'Hajtan, EHic Mabel Lloyd, May Young, Beatrice Cronkite, Gladys I Cronkite, Gladys Ott, Eva Frayne, Those interested are reminded of the annual fowl supper to tc held in Nov. 21, from six to eight. It will be fol- lowed by an excellent tttusical pro- gram. "You" are invited to attend the Donna Murray, Wilfred Murray, series meetings at the Caledonian George McKillnp, Gordon Camprcil, Beginning tonight at 8 Gail'McKam, Hazel Wallace, Willard They'will be conducted by the pas- on, Llllard Mason, Harold Cronk-. lor' Rev- J- B- IJlckIc: Everybody IN LACE AND VELVET The dress ic sf white lace with a long and very pointed train. The corsage is of black in two at the back, and terminating in two tassels of passementerie. ite and Campbell Aird. Mrs. J. Lee Johnston's home on Fourth AVR., was rn fete last even- ing, when she entertained in honor of her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. -Tapp, of Maclcod, who have' just returned from the cast, where they spent their honeymoon. CHRISTMAS COOKING NOW IN ORDER We have just received our Season's Shipment of Seeded Raisins, Seedless Raisins, Sultana Raisins, Cur- rants loose. Currants in cartons, Cooking' Fig's. Table, Fig's Dates, loose; Dates, packages. ORANGE, LEMON, and CITRON PEEL kinds in shell. Walnuts, Filberts and Pecans. welcome. The Ladies' Aid society of the First Baptist church will meet in the church parlors at three o'clock to- morrow afternoon. The social Iield at the Caledonian hall last evening under the auspices of the Church of Christ was a decided success. A goodly number wore pres- ent, all of whom enjoyed tlie pleasing program rendered. Among other num- bers were a duet by Mrs. Dunsworth and Mr. .Jarvis and two quartette se- lections by Mrs. Pickle, Mr. Pickle, Mrs. Dunsworth and Mr. Taylor. Before a very large amliencc of tho young people of Knox church last ev- ening, Miss Phyllis II iginbotham gave an interesting' and exceedingly CARPET SALE Sale Com- mences Wei nesday Morning Sharp Don't Miss This Oppor- tunity Brussels Rugs This .range is composed of Floral and Conven- tional designs as well as the ever popular Orien- tal deeigiis, Hell and beautiful colorings. Size 9x9; Regular value ?20.00. Sale Price Size V x Regular and Sale Price Size 9 x 12; Regular to Sale One only, Fawn Floral Design, with touch of red making .a very liandEbine rye. Size 11'3" x 12'; Regular Stile Price........'.... Smyrna Runners In beautiful shades of green, Size 3 X Regular Size S x 12; Regular Sale Price Wilton Rugs A splendid .selection in beautiful colorings and -1'6" x 7'6" to B' x 12'. Mere are a few Medallion Rugs in soft red tones: Size 4'6" x Regular value Sale Price.........-.. Rich ereon Oriental Wilton Rugs. Size 6'd" x 9; Regular value Sale Price Medallion Rugs In Fawn, Green and Red Colorings In oxclustve deeigna. Sizes 8'3" x 10'6'' Regular value Sale Price Wilton Rugs In.two lone-green shades, small neat design. Size 9' x Regular price Price A Snap In a beautiful Wilton rug In colorings of green find red, Size 9 x 12; Regular value Sale price Saxony Axminster Rugs s. Seamless rugs in eofit green shades. Sizes 8'3" x value Sale Price Size 9'10" x 13' Sale Price Regular value Brussels Carpets Good qimllty Brussels in beautiful Oriental de- signs'. Rich colorings of red arid green. Regular value, per yard, Sale Price, per yard....... J5C Green conventional design, can be luulsin body and stair Regular value, per yard, Sale Price, per yard 85C Small Mais Axminster Mats, heavy pile nig, In jood color- ings- Size 27" x Regular value Sale Price, each..... Eastern Oriental effec.t'i. Slie 3d" x Regular price Sale Price, each.....'.. HUDSON'S BAY CO. the First In anticipating the winter needs of your home we are providing some genuine snaps by having a Two-Weeks Sale of Carpets and Rugs commencing on WEDNESDAY At 8.30 DISTRICT NEWS CRYSTAL LAKE Crystal Lake, Nov. The Lad- structivo address on "The Indians of ics' Aid met al tlie home of Mrs. the Plains." The showing of a iiuiii- last, Wednesday, and arraliR- lier of lantern slides illustratinK her cd to have a chicken-pie supper in tlie subjeet added not, a little in vivid- school house, Nov. 29th, adm'ssion ness and graphic interest. 3S cents. Everybody welcome. The (next meeting will he held at Mrs. The young people of the A. Y. p.. Thompson's. I A. of St. Cypi inn's church held ;i' A tlnnce will be held in the school very pleasant literary evening in the house Friday, Nov. 22. Ladies please parish room last night. The program bring cake. opened with an insinimental by Mr.: MISS Naomi Gould, who hns rccn Clarv, which was followed bv a read-' in Victoria, M. returned chicken-pie supper at Coaldale last Friday, and real good time WES re- porfeil. Mr. and Mrs. .1. T. Ingram, who are in Rochester, Minn., arc expected home some lime next week. SWEET VALLEY Stvcct Valley, Nov. Kclt- lan.l lias a dwelling completed and will move to it, in a sliorl lime. Airs. Patrick lias liccn quite sick llic past week and 'is very little tet- ter at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Ii. Hunter nre cujoy- nosemeati last Friday and report NEWSPAPER BURNED OUT Ottawa, Nov. building oc- cupied Le Temps, the French news- paper, published here on Sussex street was completely gutted by' fire to- night, and in addition damage to the extent of was done to the plant of the newspaper. The building is owned by the government, ami was to have been torn down next month. The loss is covered by insurance. A number of the firemen, including Chief Graham, were knocked out by electric shocks sustained from tho dense overheated wiring. Jackson and illustrated by one of Dr. prtimmond's poems. Tlie evening closed a gooic'a poem by Mr. Rhodes, which was pn- joycfl by all- WILL NAME PRIN. SCRIMGER Mnnlroal. Xov. the meeting Miss Margaret ?yle, who has been'a good time as usual, on the siell list tor a few diys, has Mr. and Mra.. Bash, from near Carr quite rtcovetod. nungay, were Sunday visitors with Krctl Crawtotd, who has been her sister, Mrs. J. L. Rickett. ing for Mr. A. T. Gould all Jay liickett is having a short va- left for Crnnbrook last week, where cation in town, having pone in on a he intei.tls spending the. winter. wheel and the .snow :-.torm and rain, 10 appe.anmre of our sc.hiiol has having conic in Hie meantime. It also of i he Slnniro'l Vrpsh'yieiy, Improved to the lln> roads, in had conililion fnri lo nomin.'ilp Principal addition ol a new barn anil fencing of hauling, hrl v.ill (lie cle-' woven wire. :i chance in ['.ft of the local IVcsliytfirir.''! f'rill I Cf: onto ni .ModeratofHlliu lo ue llii to nnxl In Tor- Krank Schimi'k visilnl with his liio- Mr- K'rickson Iw'.y rnoi'iili lo HUT llaiis Ihsl Kuiidny. ri't Ill's iliresliiuit riR home Muile a lew from heie iiltciidcil the fore the snow storm. I Do you take lunch down town. Hive you tried The Brown Betty Tea Room A business man's lunch at 50c. served dally, ROOM 4 MACDONALD BLOCK ;