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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIinmnGE TIK PAGE FIFTEEN Sorgt. Hilton Podioy. tho 187th is spending his Niml leave with his Bislnr, 'Miss Olive Podioy of the imbllc sohopl staff. Mrs. E. H. daughter jttar- euorlto lort yesterday to syciul .the whiter In J-.OH Th6 Junior W. A. ot St. Cyprian's! rhurch will meet tomorrow at 'A tun. in tho parlsli room. Yesterday the annual baznar in nectlon with St. Mary's church was held In Hiirgmann's hall and was n Mpicmliu1 success as the sum of S200 was Mrs. E. A. Suow, wife of Rev. Mr. Snow, in a well worded mldress, opened the bazaar at three o'clock and on declaring it open was presorted with a bouquet o[ red and white carnations by Miss Bertha Ford, The hall was decorated with hunting and flags of the allies, the tea tables having vases of inauvo and Avhlte chrysanthemums as cen- terpipces. Mrs. Tnylor and ,Miss Hough presided over tho tea tables, Mrs.: Kilner and Mrs. Clayton over the fancy work stall. Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs. Welling over the plain sew- ing stall, Mrs. Reed and Mrs. Adam- son over the pantry table, Mrs. Ford In charge of the fish nond, Mrs. Arnold superintended the candy stall, nnd Mrs. Harrison and Mrs. 'Ward did valuable work In the kltchM. Miss Moore was in charge of the guessing competition for the doll which was by Mrs. Harrison, the name be- ing Elizabeth and the age 5 weeks. The centerpiece was won by Miss L. Cow- an, this raffle was looked after by ,Mlss Mitchell. The winniig number lor the cushion was 39, and was held iby Miss Payne. Miss Harrison was charge of this raffle. The Girls' Auxiliary also had a stall and were well patronized, the stall holders be- ing Miss Arnold nnd Miss Summer. Miss Doe presided at their, tea table. A very appetizing supper was served at six1 o'clock al which seventy peo- ple were and at Its conclu- sion a concert given by Mr. Brymnor and the Pierrots was thoroughly en- joyed The ladies take this opportun- ity to thank everyone who in any way liolped to make this affair the great success It was. The marriage took place in Calgary Wesley church parsonage on No- vember 21. of Miss Grace Malison Strachan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W R. Strachan bf Lothbridge, Mr. Harold Cory Runions. The Rev. C. B.'Bland performed- the ceremony. Mr and Mrs. Bullions will be at home to their friends after December 1st, in the Kirkham Block, Lethbrldge. (inlet but interesting home wed- ding was celebrated: in Cranbrook at the home of Mr: nnd Mrs. A. D. Fin- Icy Dewar avenue, at 5.30 Wednes- day, when their daughter Grace, be- came the bride of Mr. Robert W. Leonard, Rev. Thomas Keyworth, pas. tor of the Methodist church, perform- ing the ceremony. Tho bride, who is a very charmiig young lady, and a great "favorite was becoming- ly attired in a dress ot Copenhagen, silk 5-opltn. She was assisted by lier sister, Miss Ruby Finley, who was at- tired in a dress bf Russian green silk njoplin. Robert, Finley, brother .of the bride, did the honors as best man. Immediately following the ceremony a wedding supper was served. A DeautiCul array ot costly wedding lire- sents were- received liy the young couple, testifying to the high regard in which they are held. Miss Finley lias :been connected with the local post' ottico staff for the past five years, and through her never failing has wra a host of warm friends who will wish her well. Mr. Leonard is a hrakemar. in the em- ploy; of the Canadian Pacific Railway, who) like the bride, is universally DoDular The young couple will take lip ftelr residence on Watt avenue. THE PHILOSOPHY 4 OF THE POILU 4 Miss Kathleen Burke, In the "Land and sets forth the following comforting.. philosophy of the Poilu, which 4- may tie summed up In the mot- 's, to "Don't "Of .two things one is cer- tain: Mther you've mobiliz- ed or you're not mobilized. "If you're not mobilized there is no need to worry; if you're on the front, of two tilings 'one1 is certain: Either you're behind the lines, or you're on the front, "If you're behind the lines "It youTO oeninu uie uues v there Is no need to worry; If you're on the front, of two things one is certain: Either you're resting In a safe place or you're exposed to danger. 4 "It you're resting in a safe place there is no need to wor- ry; if you're exposed to dang- e'r, of'two things one is certain: Either, you're wounded or you're not wounded. "If you're not wounded there is no need to worry; if you A AA in E B width. Special, psir.............. Ladies' Patent Leather Kid Top Button Boots These hoots made on the newest last with long pointed toe. Good wearing and will keep its shape. Sizes 3 to 6. Special, pair Children's Classic Boots In black or tan, lace or button. A splendid shoe specially made for children and will give the bent wear. Sizes 4 to Special, pair Men's Gunmetal Blucher Calf Top Boots. An ideal winter shoe. Has a very heavy sole. E fitting on English last. A "Bay" leader at, pair............................... Men's Gunmetal Button Calf top. A medium sole in B fitting. Neat black toe. A real dressy boot, and the price is tfC AA only; pair.............................. Elderly Men's Boots A kid bal. Plain toe in BE fitting. Laced with 'wide toe and medium sole in all sizes. Art Felts We have juat received a stock of men's and children's felt leather protected vamps, wltli heavy felt soles and heels. Also men's leather soles. Laced to be worn in overshoes. Week-end Specials from our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear _wna IklEAMYre CHILDREN'S WOOL SWEATERS. In Copenhagen, grey, with green trimmings; green Tvlth white trim- mings and cardinal and navy shades. All sizes. Prices CA 11.35, 11.76 to INFANT'S BONNETS. In silk wool, bear skin and Iflmb's wool. Prices 6Bc, 75c, 86c, and EXTRA SPECIAL QUILTED KIMONAS. In Jar- silk. Colors cardinal, navy, OQ Copenhagen. Special sale CHILDREN'S HATS AND TAMS. In velvets, the newest.shapes and styles. Also ladies' motor caps in .corduroy and plain velvets. INFANT'S WHITE BEAR SKIN AND LAMB'S WOOL COATS. Just arrived. Prices 25.00, and...... LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS. A splen- did range in velvet's, gaberdines, serges, diagonal tweeds in all shades and low prices. Saturday Grocery Specials at the "Bay" Phone 313 T.T nrm FLOUE 1'L.UUH H. B. CO. SEAL OF QUALITY OQ lli 1ft 40 ID. 49 SaCk 21 Ib. Sack OGILVIE'S CENTENNIAL BRAND 98 Sack 49 Sack 24 Sack ____ ROYAL HOUSEHOLD 98 Ib. Sack 49 Sack 24 Its. Sack.... We .Specialize in Tea and Coffee v No. 1 H. B. CA- Per pound .i........ UVC No. 2 H. B. Tea. Per pound No. 3 H. B. Tea. Per pound Finest Quality Coffee. Ground while you wait. Per pcuna........... 3UC Just received. New stock of bulk pickles, including fine big Dills. Da'rv Butter. Finest quality. Once used always used. 2 pounds for Fresh Eggs. Per dozen Peanut Butter. Per pound Brookfield Sausage. Per pound Roast Pork. Sliced. Per pound Corned Beef. Per pound Cooked Ham. Sliced, Per-pound Peameai Bacon. Per pound Veal Loaf. Per pound R, C. Soap. Special OO- Gold Dust Washintf Pow- OO- der. Packet fctfV Hand Size Castile Soap. Jff 10 for............... Wild Flowers Toilet Soap 8 for............. Celery, Fine, large and crisp heads. Per Ib. Lettuce. Per pound........... Oranges. Per doz. 30c, 35c and........ Visit Toy land early and get the best selections Our Display in Toyland IA large and varied ;