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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta fThm'silay, November 2.% 1911 THE LETIfRRIDGR DAILY HERALD Pace 9. COITED BY "INO" Office Phono 1234. Residence Phone 774. MOTHER'S FACE familiar with t'ucli passing i Mr. and Mrs. Fansliaw, of I.eih- ,e, an- visiting friends in the Hat News. .sue tiled while euntatiu the decoration scheme. -_ the attractive hiMeys I ingly gowned in rajah silk with Alice Mm; and laee tnmmiiigM. Mtefi MacDonald (falgary) .Miss 'Ina, AlcUiay passed the 'tea hour Miss .it-aii attired in white organdie, with blue ri was a sweot door attendant. Tlie marriage of Miss Mona Knight, daughter of Prof. Knight, University, and Mrs. Knight, to Mr. Herbert Woods, barrister, Van- couver, son of Mr. K. K. Woods, ijet- ei'horo, will place aL the end of next month. i-nrer In far to me Uum in .Seattle, will not lail'- I return home until after .Christmas. I-- M. Thoimtsson, the new Th.it still abide in youth's seductive j i .snorulary of ihe will ar- prinu', j JH- announced of j rive today with his Family lo take up Or wii.v not did in some congenial The ('iisagiMii Miss Laura Knowlsoti Snider, only daughter of the hi Us Rev. WilH.im Nui all the chaim.s of hcaulv famed r Halstead and Mrs. Hn I stead, of Puic-- ago la I'raii-Ic, to Mr.-John W. Mc- a lid nire Wilii Uiy .swt'tit, penile iVaUirrs ca Ttmu lir.st- ideal of my infant Keveri-d and luvnd more anil ln-'t tt-t: known, j Cormue, of Sania Anna, Uiiliiofii i. Tlie will lake place in couver on DecemljCi1 21. This is the evening, when, Mr. Ulu'ini .lamie-son will make his initial k-hone parish church. llis duties permanently at the insti- Times, Nov. 18th. The marriage of Miss Ruby Si'don, daughter of Hie lato Hon. Richard ycdtlon, prime minister of New Zea- land, fc> .Staff-Surgeon S. IK Woods. H.N., was onu of the recent weddings in London, taking place in the Mary- To.el.eor in the way where duly lies, mnci! jn worli in 'And he so ace. when the vcars have i -i n i n e.ty. Mr. anueson .sdecuedy Q and SoCietl urthr of ability, and he will he es ytuughion Cuoley. Ilustcf-.srs lointHTuw Mrs. T. S. Kc'lterly. Mrs. A. A. I.yilr. Mrs.' W. 1'. -I. Alexander. e'l by Mrs. 1J, T. D'Arc and Mr. n. With such na The Klowcr Mission will visit the Hospital loiiiori'ow afienioon at V 11 Ua't Hospital the Majestic should be lave-l to "its capacity. r'.i r Tlit' tikis' Sodality of St. Mrs. d. Moih, Fifth Ave, S. "There'tjf h-v Mrs' 'S- ,'ii-Miance -md Ihe lime waJ'suunt Mrs. K. will not, receive Conine for luimlier of visitors in II1L L111L 1UI in the discussion, ol important busi- tlic city, Miss llasMe (Maplfi Crc .Miss McCausland (St. Mrs. William Ch-ary, Seventh H-gin (Maple and Miss NUi-j ness'tn.-itters. HI., S., will not, n-cyive tomorrou-. Mrs. A. Smilh will not receive tumorniw nor until the New Year. lock (Medicine TIlcrc WllH ;l filir attendance :it the Miss Jessie MadHmald, of Calgary, and Mr. Sly 'received the'consoUi- v.'ho has been a ninch folud guest with lions. Tilrs. Thomas Taylor, Kudpatb St.., j A recherche menu was served at the will ivtisni iiomu mi Saturday. card tables. Willuwy golden 'mums' made the i First Baptist Ladies' Aid meeting prelty lionuj tnosi alLraclivo. yesteniay afienioon, when iirmngc- Miss and Mr. Wedd carried were holding another! the trophies, while Mrs. Anderson. sale in. the near future. Light re- The Ilmi. C. U. Mitchell, itlluniey- Renqral of had a hirlhday jiiondiiy. He liui'n tit Newcastle, X. B., Nov. 30, 1S73. Montreal Star Several engage- ments liave heen announced (liisi week ineluding those of two cousins, oni> liL-iug thai of Miss Laura Hanson, daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. Kihvin Man- Mrs. Norman U. Peate has rt turned Uorcliewtor sfreei, lo.Mr. Chas. II Maker; of Fort, Saskatche- from }l short visit with Mrs. Russtll, j We wan, Alta-, son of William Bak- freshments were served bv Mrs, The Ladies' Aid of St. Andrew's clitiich ji'L-L yesterday afternoon and decided to hold a pantry sale jmrt sale of winter goods combined on Saturday, December 2nd, in the church parlors. Notices have bcdu mailed to all inenibcrs of UK; Canadian-American i ..i of a meeting to he held at Ihe Y.M.C.A. Friday, November 2-10, other is that 01 Miss Plpuence Han- oxo A beef oxiract for flavoring soups, etc. It is being demonstrated ai the Bently Co., Ltd. al S p.m. The question of ji Thanks- 7' -515- dinner and the winter's entor- chli-st toshlcr ol Mr. A1, Hanson Mount- I'l-pnsanl. avenue, to to Mr. Charles Grunt Ihe lati; Col. Kippep. n, son of Over a score of visitors-.availed themselves of the opportunity of eall- ing on Mrs. Thomas Taylor, Ht.'d- path St., yesterday afternoon, when she received for the" first time since 'coming lo the city. Ferns, and sweet- Are You Going To Skate This Winter? AKE YOU THINKING OF BUYING SKATKS FOB YOUR OWN USE OR X3IAS GIFTS! I j .so, Ijstcn. We are selling' the ".Starr Skate" and have a low Automobile Skates left and fliei'f! is nothing1 better made than siai'r Skates. As to prices, here they arc: Acme 55c' Acme X. lioys' Hockey 80c Scotia Mic-Mac Yelov........... Arcadia Me Automobile "O1' Automobile "A" Cycle 5 Cycle 10.....! Cycle Cycle 25 What do you think oNlieinf They arc all made by Co. We also have a jjood H'.ipply rractice. Defence and Slicks. Also Pucks. Straps. Look 'cm over. Stafford-Agnew Co. "If you live out of town, write 'Stly reqir he pn-sent whether or not notice is A service of song will Itti given in the Salvation Army Iiali io- niglit, Hie siihjccl will he Nat Driver, Hie story of a one-limc con- vict. Couiinissioncr Rccs, who is com- missioner of tliB Salvation Army fore-, cs of L-anaila and Kcrniuda, will visit the local roi-ps next Wtidncsday, Me will be accompanied by Major Kind- lay. LIBERAL CHIEFTAIN GIVENJJANQUET Great Leader Touched by the Many Expressions of Loyalty Ottawa, Nov. members of the house or commons iind soiia- lors to the number of nearly one-hun- dred and fifty tonight t-endqrad a private to Sir Wilfrid Lauiier In the Mouse of Commons restaru- ant. at which Mr. Hugh Gmhfie pre. sided. Tlio guests al tire head table in- cluded several of the ex-rabliibt min- isters who now occupy scats on the I vont row of the opposition, anil lion. Messrs. Fielding, Grnhnni and FJsh. er. Jlr. Giltlrris fellcitatod the nreaiicr on having reached his' seven- tieth birthday In hotter henlMi. and than he possessed ten yaai aso. Services to Liberal Party Sir Wilfrid, who was greeted with much enthusiasm, said that he was -eady io give his services the Lib- eral, party, cithc-r as leadsr, or in ranks, as long as they wove re- quired. Touching on UK defeat of hia administration on reciprocity i SUB, ho declared: "1 would rather be right, timn 1: premier." The declaration by Slv frld that he proposed lo remain at 'he head of the parly wiis greeted jwltii prolonged cheers. Other speak- ers'including Fielding. Fisher, Ifon. Cluis. MaiTiland I Senator Dandui-and. Thiy all iLsreed In sajiiiK thai it liw-na the duly of Liberals not he by bin lo pn: up n alronser -fliilit to ll.iiu Kroiind which had .Sir Wilfrid was deeply touched Ihe many e.xpre.urtions of loyaVfy to himself itiirl lo his leadership Hudson's Bay Company Our Week-End Sale Will Show Bargains in all Departments that will create a new Era in the Standard of Value Giving in Lethbridge The Grand Finaie to Ladies' Fall and Winter Costumes Though there is still lots of time to wear costumes, we consider the selling season is practically at an end and have therefore marked the balance of our stock at such prices as wiUcause their entire clearance on Fri- day and Saturday There are Tweeds in g'-rey and heather mixtures. Panamas in .navy, Cheviots and Venetian Cloths in hlaeic and navy. .Sizo-i and 38 These Avero reg'ular up iiut we clear i-lic lot on Friday and .Saturday, at When in doubt what to give ior a Hudson's Bay Gift Certificate will solve the problem Beautiful Silk and Net Blouses, also Misses' and Young Women's Skirls that are attracting much attention in our windows Tailor-made Skirts for Ladies' Blouses for These skirts-.arc .made from man ufa-ctiircrs' o d d i merits, or: ip other-words the remnants of this -sea- son's g'pocjs. same materi- als as used in their not 1) e ing' en o u gli in these pieces to inake. full size are made up into these skirts J'or misses and small women. Styles are the newest, workmanship the very best, but sixes are.30 to 36 long and '22 to L'4'waist only. 'Do not miss these groat bargains: re- member the time, .Friday at 9 o'c-hfck, and lliey will sell quickly al; This lot- :iepi events a special piiroliast inul< oui Jfcw oik lepiesentnlivp IIP all ol th e.sl; slj Ics, obtaiiitiblc e nin-li! i ,IH in ectu 'Silks' and Maiquisettc, ind Ciopu do Chine, in col- or, im Indui" green, also in black and white. See those now on view i'li our window, and oil wonder how sucli a Jjca-utiful blons< i an be pio- 'dneed for The above bargains are now on show in our window but none can be sold until Friday morning 9 o'clock Best English Crum's Prints will be Sold at Greatly Reduced Prices great opportunity will occur on 'Friday and Saturday to .lay in a- stock of the celebrated 1 Print .for bouses dresses, Shirt waists, elc.. and a .fine range if is we are offering. Vino White Hair bine Stripe on Black Ground. Double White Stripe on Black Ground. While Stripe and Spots on Navy Ground. Whito Stripe on a Scarlet Ground. Black .Stripe on Scarlet Ground. Also a Fine Assortment of While Grounds with Mold Hiack Strijfes of Black, Hod and Heliotrope. Seldom does an opportunity occur ta purchase print of this well known quality in snch.good patterns as we offer, and'at such a price as we place it for Friday and Satnrdy's selling 4 O I I'er yard 1C Women's Kumfy Felt Slippers Kpr Krirlny ;md Saturday wo arc putting on sale a special purchase or WOMEN'S FELT SLIPPERS, made from exlrn tliick all wool plaid toll, strongly sown -and fitted n combination Kelt and Ijcnthcr sole; ;i perfect proventaUvo Tor cold feel. Per pair for, Friday nnd Snhmlny I 3C Grocery Bargains that Claim Your Careful Consideration l-'rench roK. .liflc and line lln, fur While's pl.iMs.', 3Bc bntllo ..S5c Cnrry Powder, Ific hottli! for 10c Tallin Sail.. roR, for 2ac. on Friday Salitrduy 4 for 25c VERY SPECIAL We have just received a film consinnimml HI" Fresh Finan all heat soleoled fiHh, well cured and Hiuokcil. which are offering on Frldfij- and Sillurday nl. z Ibs. for Bed Spreads of Classic Design will be Sold for .Of classic. design and fine oj the J-iicliilicn- -Ijnco Bed Spread II c loseJx ic- .scinlilcs l.lic fiiiest drawn ihiead lace insert-ion, I, would msl tunes I lie price.: l-'ull double bod size, jire nt. 57.50 Pvi- CC (lay and Saturday only Shams to mntcll. 110 In. s 30 in., Ihnt were regular JI.20. l''or Friday and Sllt.ilrd-.iy GLASS TOWELLING AT BARGAIN For Friday and Satur- dfly we a special line or pure linen glass towelling, in red or blue check. 2-1 in. wide. Excellent value in the icg- lilnr ut IDC. Per yard Boy's Thick Reefer Coats for .For Jt'ridn.y Saturday's selling' are offer- ing- our enlire slock of boys' .reefer coats. Here is a .splendid chance lo I'll the hoys- up will a warm winter coal. COC VIM-.V atruiiKly lallored from Ililck navy lilno nup oloth, anil thickly lined with red flannel; aionn collar and double brcvisletl. A regular navy reefer coat that, will keep llieni warm in ;lii wiMiUlu'Vs. v.ilui; for All sale goods cash only. No approval. No exchange ;