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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta FrWtty, NovMiiUcv 22,1912. fim imnmiDm hatly herald blUETrj . LYE . pFOR MAKINGSOAPl 1 SOFTENING WATER f 1 REMOVING OLD RAINTi IDISINFECTING SINKSil iaOSETS.DRAINS.ANDi Ifdrmanyotherpurposesi |tne standard articlel ----everywhere' SOLO J imeAiEs BLOW ON SUPERIOR NEARLY A HUNDRED VESSELS ARE SEEKING REFUGE AT WHITEFI8H Bault Ste. Mftrle, Mich., Nov. 22.-A terrific northwest gale hag tied up navigation on Lako Sti|>erlor during .the last twenty-four hours. Nearly a hundred veecielg are lying under AVhiteflBta, until' the storm subsides. The captain bt the Filbert naid, when he reached tll� 800 this morning, thai the storm was the worst he had experienced this year. Very few boats re arriving.' Th ateamer Harvey Gouldtng left for I^ke Erie ports this morning. She had been detained putting a patch on her starboard bow to cover a hole made by striking the upiier northwest pier of the canal. She had on a cargo cf 26,000 bushels..of grain from Dul �lh to Buffalo. MILADI PHONES Office 1224 Rm. 1115 Just home and I.ovc ! tliu woiil.s ure small. � Four little luttors unto each ; And yet you will not llnd in all   The wide and graciouK rant'c of ' speech  Two more so tenderly complete, When angels tallc in Heaven aliovc. , Elton, Mr. ami Mrs. .1. B. Keutet, Mr. and Mr.s, Waddlnglon, Mrs. Clowe, Mrs. A. LHtlc, Misa Hon-rahan", Miss i'rically, Mr. Aitkcn, Mr. H. Wodell, and Mr. I'ott. � ^ . * * *- , The Chosen Kricnds enlcrtblned, at a delightful dance in the S.U.P>. hall last evening. The light fantastic was THE CATTLE EMBARGO liondon, Nov. ,21.-An influential deputation waited upon Premier Aa-quith in the House of Commons this livening, on the question of the embargo on store cattle at the British ports. The British Premier promised that In conjunction with the president of the Board of Agriculture, he woiiltl consider all the points raised, with a vlewt o the removal of the restrictions at the earliest possible moment. I'm sure they have no words more, tripped by one hundred and nfjy sweet , gunsls to sweet strtilns discoursed by Tlinn Home and Love. x Gaskell's (our-piece orchestra. " A .Just Homo and I.ovc ! It's hard to dainty lunch was served at hall guess, I time, after which dancing was rcsum- Which of the two were best io Rain; Home without l.ove is bitterness ; Love without Home is often pain. No, each alone will scUiom do ; Somehow they travel hand and glove; If you win one yrtu must have two, Hoth Homo and Love. And it you've both, well, then I'm surtf You ought to sing the whole r day long ; It doesn't matter it you're poor' With these to make divine your song, And, so 1 praisefully rfcpcat. When angels talk in Heaven above, Thcvc arc no words mote simply , sweet Than Home and Love. -Robert W. Service.  * tomorrow Afrs. C. K. 1'. Conybcare, Uivor-view.    Mrs. Saunders, who has been with her mother, Mrs. Keen, for some time past, left for her home in IMn- chcr Creek yesterday afternoon.   � Dr. 0. .T. and Mrs. Courticc have as their house guest the former's cousin, Miss Cowan, of Koscbank, Out.   � � Jlr. R. J. Wood, who is a guest with .Air. and Mrs. W. F. .N'clson, leaves for his home in Montreal the first of the week.    Mrs. J. E. Terrill is n dinner hostess -this cvuning in courtesy to Miss Cowan, of Hosoliank, who is a guest with Dr. and Mrs. O. .1. Cowrticc. Covers arc laid for eight. 9 �  -Air. and Mrs. .1. K. Terrill were luncheon hostcsBcs today^jn iionor o! Mr. Hrown, of Kdmonlon, grand master of the Oiidlcllows, and lir. WcpI.s, of l>ari!.stoii, deputy grand master of the same order.  *  Mrs. 0. Motli was kept Inwy wei-comini!: callers during the receiving hours yostcrday, wlien she was at home formally for the lirst time tliis season. The"drawing room was bright with s\iushiiu- chrysanthemnims. Mrs. Moth was wearing white and hlacU .silk with braided trimming and 'was assisted by Mr.s. \V. �).'Armstfong in while iingerlD touched with pink. Certain in remits - because ptiratt in quality; try it and ' WALKER-MILLKR A very delightful wedding took i place Wednesday afternoon at St. Saviour's church, Nelson, H. C, whenj Mrs. Mahon, Mrs. Pear.^on, Mrs.' E'mahOladys, daughter of Mr. and Williams, Miss Allen and Mr. Wll-, M"- ' ^...n , f f/ i liams formed the invitation commit-! "'"rled to^Hllllam Milne Walker, re-, tcD. Mrs. Pearson, Mrs. Fox, Mrs. of Calgary, eldest son of Mrs.; Mahon, MLss Kerr, Miss Scott and I >Valkcr, of Quelph, Ont. Mr. Fox were in charge of the rc-'j in � STi'S, SI i'sr^SSiX aub. and Soci�ri�. 3 stead of by Mrs. Leader, as previously announced.    The Parish Auxiliary of St. Cyprian's church met yesterday afternoon, contributed to its success.    Quite one of the smartest functions of the week was the bridge ami tea given yesterday by Mrs. .). M. Ait- _________ _____ ^________^ _......____, ken, complimentary to her charming and in totalling expenses and receipts guest, Mrs. Dickie, of Cardston. of the annual bazaar the ladies found The drawing rooms, where a cheer- that they had cleared $203. ful grate fire;d its pleasant All articles left from the bazaar glow, was adorned ^yith ferns, potted , will'be put'on sale at half price in flowering plants and cut blossoms.' the parish room next Thursday after-Tlie hostess wclcomcrt her guests noon. The ladies will serve tea free wearing � pretty costume of pale of charge, and the public is cordially green silk eolicnnc with cream lace accessories. Jlrs. Dickie wore a chic little model of Alice blue silk crepe .veiling heavy cream lace and touched with cerise. Three tables of bridge were mside up, Mrs. II. I). Williamsnn and Mrs. G.^ L. Vrooman winning the trophies. . A great many other guests dropped in at the tea hour, when the tea table, which was an alluring picture with its lace centre and dollies and hn.skel of huge pink chrysunllicmums invited to inspect the articles on sale. Mrs. Hugh lloyd and Mrs. Ernest Jackson were hostesses yesterday.   � ^ ' The annual supper served by the Ladies' Aid Society of Westminster Methodist Church last night was a great success from every standpoint. There, was a large turnout of people, many from other churches being pre-sent to show their goodwill towards Westminster. The ladies were Inde-fntislb'le, and handled the big crowd With ferns and smilax, was p^sldedl *� � s^it'sfactlon and pleasure of over by Mrs. ,1. 1). Higinbotham,and ^^h -fhe supper was not only choice, Mrs. A. U. .Stafford. but/substantial. After all had ben Mis. Higinbotham was wearing a! ^^^'isfetl 1" that regard a short pro 80111c of TlicsoviU Suit You Sirloin Roast Bool". Leg Spring Lamb. Fresli Young I'ork. Spring Chickens. Letiibriitse Meat Market J. MURPHY, Proprietor IMaJastie Theatre Block, Phona 935 Mrs. .1. 0. Robertson was hostrss of a unique function today, which took the form of a^.-hridge luncheon. Tlic game was in play at three tables. Covers were laid for luncheon at the quartette . tables, which were elfective with golden _and white 'mums. becoMiing toilette of black silk with rerisf touclu's and black plumed htit, while Alr.s. .StalTord had donned a dainly costume of Copenhagen blue voile tivpr silk and black picture lial Willi white plume. .Miss I'atteson, who invited to the tea lOom was gowned in a lovely black silk dress with crimson pipiiuv-i find siiiiirt black toque. The lii'ft assLslaiits were Downer, .Miss Cimyhuare, Mis.s inbothaiii, .\nn Patteson Miss Dixon (i)uri(las). M^=s aiul enimme w'ns given, musical selections being contrtbute^jib^';two ot the most popular and accoj(jiyiished singers in the city, Mr. Rhyhd .lamieson and Mr, OporBo iVlitl'ord. .Miss t/eah Simra con iributcd olocutloniiry' seiecllons, much in the delight qfythe audience, this clever youpg lad^ joMessing splendid histrionic taleutif.�*!wr�63es. ot greet-iiiK v.trc given i:y,,p;ev. C. B. McKln-or the Fltllf"avenue Baptist Clnn^'b: Rev. -Mr. Bryans, of St. ^x\^ iirew's Church, and Rev, Mr. Bishop, of Coaldale. Regvet was expressed ai iho rniorceil abaejice ot the pastor, :\h-. mill iMrs. David �rriv-[ .Uiseph Woodsworth, who is at-ed, in iMlmoulou this morning over' ((.udiiiK an important conference in the Canadian Northern on the return CnlKaiy, and who deeply regretted from tlinir wedding trip whUh was dates clashed' The ladles of spent in eastern Canada. They will church arc entitled to henrly con. ho guests for a lev/ days o! Mrs. Clraliam's fatlicr and motlicr, Lieut.-Col. and Mrs. iU-lchi'V. Mrs. 15cU-h(;r gave a tea for Mrs. (iraliam' yester-dav afternoon.-Kdmonlon Journal. gratulatlons on the success scored. The Wonwn's Institute of Raymond held a director's meeting on Wednesday afternoon to arrange a program I for the December meeting. It was :\lr. Cordon Spencer left this after- announced that tlie red ribbon, em-noon for ("algary, wlunc he will join blcmatic of the second prize (or home The hosti-ss was assisted by Mrs. the staff of the telegraph of- economics at the Dry Farming Conic. D. .lolin.son and Mrsi Sidney''.Iack-_'ice. ^ ^ i gross liad arrived, and was on exhibl- womcn really had ariety, but had to the entire province  * , : � I complimentary to Mis. \\. A. Cun- of Manito'ia, which took lirst. vr-., Mr. and Mrs. Gr. vV. riuttcr enter-'"'"Kl'am and Airs. D. C. Kehon, who , Foley and MIks Steveas are to visit taincd at cards anil dancing Igst cv-l"''" shortly reside in Red Deer. j Raymond on Hec. llth, and Speak ou eiiing. Three tables �were' made up, | - " * j poultry and donu'slic science respect- Mrs. C. A. Little and Mr. Scott i Rev. .I, 13, Pickle delivered an inter-'ivcly. Miss .Stevens will also do winning the favors, while the conso-'csting address on "The Way oflloli- some demonstrating. A big dinner is' lations went to Miss Hanraban and noss" at the special Kcrvicc which , tjeing arranged for the occasion., Mr. Waddington. After � a dainty' was lield in tiie Cale.lonian hall last' . * � lunch, when the hdstesi's w'-as"assisted evening. Scr vice will he licld again: The signature oi one hundred nicn, by Mrs. C. A. Little, (lancing was tonight at eight o'clock. Jlr. and ' who guaranteed twelve dollars per enjoyed. j Mrs, iMcktc will render a vocal duet providing that amount is re- K. D. .lohn.son and Mrs. Sidney: .lack- "co. ! gress liad arrived, ati son, the delectable' vjahds being pass- * * * ition. Raymond wo ed b>^ Sliss Dowtitfr arid Ulissnligin- -^'''s- Vebcr will be host- the iiesl district vat bolham. ' . ''. ' '�.'J.-' ' i'^'^^ of a bridge matinee on Tuesday coinpeti- against the The guests included Mr. and Mrs. J. ];. Wodell, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. at this evening's service. All arc in-! quired to deliay tlie expenses of a vited., Kiiig Nicholas at the Front woman, known as the traveller's. aid, who shall meet all passenger trains; at tlie C. 1'. IL depot, have been secured willi the exception of some nine or len, which will proh-: ably bo obtained during the next few days. I Twenty-tlvc of these names will bo publ'.sheii each day until the whole is completed.' This work was accomplished by four members ol the W.C.T.l'. Tlie "names ot subscribers are published in the order received. They are : Dowsley and Mulhern, K. N. Higinbotham, A. E. Dodman, PIcIiD and Miron, Alvin Ripley, Robert Sage, tl. D. Higinbotham, Shepherd and Duniop, .1. Norman Ritchie, Mrs. W. D. Whitney, .). Horn, A. F. Sni'tli, C. 0. K. Nourso, Mayor Hatch, G. R. Tinning, F. W. Downer, Cascaden Land Co., J. Eddy, Mr. Mcn'.ies, Roclion Bros., Wilson and Skuitb, .7. W. McVicol, .J. E, Terrill, A. .1. Irving, and Hugh A. J. Mc-Dougall. Saturdaiy Special Be in good time at the H.B.C. Store oh Saturday m6tViM%\ il you wish to secure the pick of the Bargains oii , Sale, and let us point out to you that when ^ * we say Bargains you need have no lears ahout them heing genuine > Shoes Ths Popular Claeale Shea at greatly reduced prieaa. QIRLt VICI BLUCHER, with kid top and patent Up boots. Size 11 to 2. QIRU8' PATENT BLUCHER Kid top boots; Slzell to 2. OIRLS' PATENT BUTTON BOOTS Kid top 5lze 11 to 2. GIRL*' TAN VICI BLUCHERS- Size 11 to 2. Regular |2.50 m\ Q|* abd 12.75, Saturday Special 9 I awO Patent Pumps WOMEN'S PATENT COLT PUMPS wltlf smart patent tip, black silk tie, welted Regular price 15.60; &atur- m|> day Special...........---- ^Vafiw Men's Slippers MEN'S FELT SLIPPERS, leather and tcU combination soles. Saturday Special ..................... Q96 $6.95 Id airlB In Regular |G.OO $4.95 Girl's Coats QIRLS' PLUSH COATf. In colors ot grrey. and brown, looee llttlng backs for Rtrto' of 4, 6, and 8 years., Regular QfB %5M and 16.00, Sat. Special #�a9W BLACK CARACUL COATS for girls of 8 and 14 years. Regular 111.50 112.60; Saturday Special WINTER COATS for Misses and airls navy, grey and brown. and $9.00. Saturday Special............. Satin Petticoats SATIN PETTICOATS, colors ot Cerise, Royal, Paddy Green, Olive, Gold, Grey and Copenhagen Blue; knife pleated tlounco Good value at |4.75; Sat- QC urday Special........... ^mtm99 Night Gowns WOMEN'S NIGHTGOWNS made of good weight flannelette, hlgb and low neck, lnn