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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, November 25, THE LETHBKTPGE DAILY HERALD Pagefl MILADI 'EDITED BY "INO- PHONEI THE KVEMXU I'UAVER "tthea at olght I go to sl-ep. Fourteen an.eels watch do kctp, I'uo my l-.ead protecting, Two my iret diiectiiiji, do guard me on the Two upon my left m sight, i Two there ate who warmly coier. i 'I wo above me hover. ot words are given To ffiite my steps i first thr eyes novcil, s'" on tlie splendid resulti ac- .-omullshcd. Seventy people spent a jolly even- ing of fun and snioymrnt. Mr. It. T. Uryiuner acted as chap- man. Th? musical romance waff a fea- ture, Miss llowden playing the selec- t'ons, and Mrs. l.imdy and deri- winning the prices. The musical contest caused great amusement, Mifs Lucy lliwiita win- n'ng first and -Miss Hiclcey second prize. soul leave To do the lite our bodies fci run The toy syinvhimy by Messrs. ,ut fort-', Cooper, Scares and Salt was i really very funny. The snirit's duty. True hearts spread Tlie program as it appeared on an anOeave artistically painted program was as iheir God, as flowers do Cental Parade bufirasets fhvr Him thy firs! thoughts then so Others. :l.2lt tho'u keep lnui i-cmipauy all day, and in sleep. -Hrnrv Vaughan. arsd Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. J. A. Jackson, 1235 Fourth S., and not again until alter Xew Years. o i .Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Mar.dfl, of J Hrilish Columbia, are guests with i Mr. ar.ri Mis. F. D. Shaw. 1 -f Thf S: club will give an in- limial rlsnce in the S.O.B. hall on Thursday evening. Teltphon; invita- tions are being given. V Mrs. Charles Johnson, ol Oska- loota, who has-been on an extended j visit with Mr. ar.d Mrs. F.arl KoV rrts, left for home Ibis morning. S i Mr.'and Mrs. C. II. Ba'itncvcr' are spending a couple of days with Mr. znd Mrs. James Q.lenister, en routo from California to Toronto. Mr. 1'rouse and family, who 1 been living in liow Island for the past two years, have 'returned to the city aud iaVen up their residence in their old home A. S. Word was received in the city yes- terday, ol the death on Saturday morning in Los Angeles, California, ol ilev. G. n. llyden, of Frederic'Ks- hurg, DcciMsed was Ihe la- ther of-Miss Marie Ilyden ot this MANUFACTURERS' OUTLET SALE Boots And Shoes And Men's Wear Miss Etistorm went to Mae- leod today to visit Miss Hratrice Dohercr. Slje will te a guest tonight at toe dance, to be given by Dr. and Mrs. Ilrucc. A Room in Bass-A la Cooper. A Serene Soprano Krce- ac. F'our Sheep with a Shepherd in ivom the range especially !or this production. a chance. A 1'eachy Piece 1'etls. A Saline touch ol Salt. I A Rude Uow Choir t'onec- tor. a was hrard, not a dissonant nole. A Musical nts all- That's All. The accompanists v.-ero 5Iiss Frce- raan, Mr. Urymer and Mr. Salmon. A jolly little- hop closed the even- ing's pleasure. Twp weeks (rom last night the regular meeting will take the torin OT a dance, and the committee in charge, o( which Miss Nimmons is convener, will roeet with the convccer next -Monday evening to make full ar- rangements. 4-54 The choir of Knox church will give two concerts on Thursday 'and Friday at 8 p.m. in the (Sabbath school. All the numbers are; old-fafihioiieri, and the singers and. players .will be in keeping, .Tht program Is exceptionally hunorous, and the charge for atlmis: sion is only 25 cents. The Woman's'Missionary society ot Westminster church will at three, o'clock- tomorrow ..with Mrs. I'. J. attendance is requested, "and members 'arc asked to note that the meeting is on Wednes- day instead of the usual day. St. Mary's Guild held a well at; The f.etLbridge Tennis club has j thoucht' if well to 'change the date o! thrir dance'from llcrcmher 12lh, as announced previously, to December stli, on account ol San Toy. Invita- 3 tions will shortly Tic issued for the nance, which will'.be held, or.e ".week ji Iron-. Friday night. j] a Miss McKay will give a lea for the Nursing Mission the Brown Betty "f on Thursday afternoon from three 3 to sis. As'the entire proceeds p! the afternoon go to lhc..Xursing Mission, it is hoped the lea rooms will -be llt- ,1 crally thronged during Ihe hours named. Just Ihe regular prices will g be f The dates for Ihe present action of San Toy havo been definitely fixed! (or the lltb, 12lh and 13lh of Decem- ber. The 1-ethbriSge Municipal Railway employees will hold a danco in the f; O. E. hall on Friday, November _x A private dance, arranged by Mr. H. W. Mr. S. H. Mitchel' and tended' nie_eling j'es'terday anil plan- ned for their bazaar on December 10th.'Mrs: Darling and Mrs. Elliott were hostesses'.' Final .arrangements 'will, be com- pleted at the r.evt meeting in two Tveefcs1 time, when Mrs. Turner and Mrs. Washbrpok will be hostesses. The Xursmg Mission, !l4H 7th. Avci S., will'be glad to help any needy women find .vott, either hy the day or week, if they, will leave their name at the above.address.-No charge is made. The: Mission will' be glad to supply help to tbo'se needing washing.or cleaning done. Phone 1233. The Daughters and Maids of Eng- land are entertaining the Sons and their wives and friends at a social in. the Sons ot England hall on vVcd- ncsday evening, when all arc cordial- ly invited. The St. Cyprian's Junior Guild class of hoys -Kill hold a special meeting in the parish room on Wednesday night at 7 o'clock sharp nnd all mem bers aro urged to bo present. t A bazaar'will be held at St. Paul's First' Lutheran church, corner Gth Avc.-.and 15th St. tomorrow, com- Mr. Harris, he held In Harper's Mll hoped, If possible, to form a club, and havt monthly Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson, Sth Ave. rejoicing over the arrival ycsUrday. of.a baby CLUIS AND tOCIETIM Some two hundred were in attend- ance at Knox school last night to lirar the debate '.'Resolved that thn character and destiny o( man arc (he n-sult orfdn'ditiphs'over whleh he has no control.'.1'. Wesley League, represented hy Messrs. F.'CV Jennings and Don Pat- tesonl took .the afn.lrmaliye, while the neeativc was defended hy Messrs, j. T mencing'at 3 Supper will be served from 5 to 7, ar.rt a{ 7.30 a short musical program will be ren- for which, no admission is charged.'The affair" will close with an auction.salei. will be' served at all times during the ba- anrl -A. 0. Cameron of Knot Westminster OuiM. The speaVets all'did the audience.enjoyed the arguments ad- vanced for and against, the judges, Mr. II. P. 'Wallaw.'Mr. J. E. j'on, and. Mr, 8.. J. Shepherd, in favor of ihe'affirmative. liov. (I. If. Cohbledick prrairicrt and a fine musical program was also ren: ikreJ. rieaVnp vocal solos were ren- f.tttA -Miss Dorothy Youpg ar.d Mr. Owen, anii an instrumental duel by Miss Cook and Miss Vosler. Sliss Discr made a capable.accompanist.." These joint meetings arc prcduclive of a splendid Iteling oi friendly rival- ry, and if is others may be held in (he lulnr'e.' The In charge oi the mu- lical evening, which was on last t ening by the j'nrfah asspciation ol St. Aurnstin'' arc' lo bc'con- -1 Bf 10 PEOPLE .11 Is morfi than Ifkoly-lho first time Hie referendum Is called Into play In Lethbridge will bo in connection ivilh the library quesilon.' .This Is. one of the Issues of tho'campaign, so' far as the ladles nrc concerned at least. In connection with (he library Mayor ftardle slated till: morning (hat, If elected, vho would favor attacking the question Immediately. He has hail the matter under consideration ai: year and believes the cliy.could get a grant ot from Ihe Carnegie hrary fund for the purpose o( erecting a building. However, there' seems 10 be two (o consider, and the nayor thinks a referendum should he taken. Tho negotiations 'will be car tied to a ftrtaln stage when Ihe peopli will nsked If they wish a roferon cliim. II they Indlcato tha_i they do. I will bo submitted .without -furthei rjuestlon. The mayor slated Ibis morning aim that the appointment, of tho poltci commission should nlco 'bo ono of thi first pieces of legislation to be tonsld ow cominiss'lon.' ,Men's Patent Colt Bluchers Fine patent shoes with kid uppers and solid leather welted soles; medium and military heels; medium and high toes, perfect .fitting last Smart, dressy and dur- able shoes. Sizes, 5, 8'i; 10 only. Hcgular JS.50, Manufacturers Out-let sale, pair Men's Leather Lined Tan Calf Bluchers An extra smart toe caps, slip cole, military heel and swing toe. A smart (or young men. Sizes C to. 10 -including 1-2 sizes. A regular fti.CO Bhue for per pr. Men's Heavy Cordovan Book A splendid shoo for the 103 man, solid leather through- Out, extra strong and guaran-. !oed solid leather sole, heel and couuter. Sizes 7 to.10.. Reg- ular 53.70. ManOfact- CO AQ urcrs Out-let sale.-. IT'S AN ILL thiit blows noliody any good, and it is just on account oi' the present- financial stringency that has placed so many manufacturers and wholesalers in need of ready cash to carry on their business, that we are able to offer yon these stupendous savings on seasonable and wanted merchandise just at the commence- ment of the season when they are-of (he greatest possible use to you. Heady rasli is a powerful factor at tlie present anil with an ample supply of ready money ;il their command, our Eastern representatives have heen able to secure lit much helow their true value, several lines in Kail ami Winter Boots and Shoes for Men, Women, I3oys, Girls and Children. Men's and Boy's Overcoats, Suits, Pants, Shifts and Socks. Being all bright, new. goods just fresh from Ihe factory, we could if we so choose, .get regular prices and pocket the entire profit for ourselves, but such is not our policy, for we intend lo do as we always have done, give the purchasing public full bene- fit of all price concessions we are fortunate enough lo obtain, and the only way that this sale will differ from any former similar event is that values are far superior lo any, even we, have been able lo ofl'cr on any occasion. Sale starts promptly al'J o'clock tomorrow morning qnd as quantities are in.some in- stances necessarily limited, let us advise early buying lo secure best choice. Leather Bin, Stylish models in patent footwear for ladles. Bluchcr styles with dull ktd uppers and plain medium wltdth toes. A dress shoe for smart year. In aizes of from to P. Regular.H. Manufacturers 4 i sale, patr W Fett Boots For Men Men's leather solia feU boots Congress fronts. The correct wear un- der an in tlie weather. Sizes 'C to 11.- Reg- ular J2.25-! Manufacturers Out-i "J pair 35 cents Buys a Pair of Shoes A chance for big men. Just IS. pairs of Men's size 11, vel- eur calf lace boots, solid leath- er single sole. -Regular }2.50 Manufacturers .Out-let sale, per pair Smart styles in Ladies' Slippers Women's vicl kid strap slip- pers, plain fronts, one style la in four strap, another line in single strap .turn soles and C'J- han and low heels, suitable for matron wear. All ladies' sizes. Regular lip to 52.50. Manufac- turers Out-let sale ff4 Cfl Balmoral style in Ladies' Vici Kid Shoes Womea's Kiel Idd ordin- ary lace or Balmoral boots In plain style, medium low heel. Exceptionally good shoes for street wear.' Sizes 3 to 5, only. Regular value for C< AQ Women's Blu. in Gun Metal Women's gun metal Ijlucher shoes with fancy toe cans, med- lutn Eoles and heels, short vamps a very dressy shoe; college .style. All sizes, 2% to Vk- Regular 55.00 value. Manufac- turers Out-let sale AC per pair Boys'Box C0, Bluchers1' calf blucUer style shoes for Ddvs.'wide fancy- too caps, solid leather soles and square heel Splendid for school or strept wear. Sizes'1'to: 5. Hegular Manufacturers Out-let sulo per pair......... VidKidtButton Boots forfyomen Vtcl Kia Builon Boots with of duH full fitting and medium heel. Sizes." 214 .lo 6li., A regular 54.50 shoe to sell, at this Manu- facturers Out-let sale CO QC at per pair Child's Box Calf Blu. Misses and Children's school and street show', in hox calf, blucher styles, 'guaranteed solid throughout. A smart and dur- able shoe. Sires 5-714, for 8-10K, reg. {2.00 for 51.49 Sjzes llto 2 rcg- 7C for 111 W Women's Patent Calf Shoes Women's patent foied calf but- ton shoes vrtth kid upjiers, med- ium high toe, medium Cuban heel and BOliil leather single sole. Reg. ?3.50 value. Manufac- turers Out-let sale CO QQ per pair........... Button styles in Women's Boots. Women's veleur calf in but- ton style bools, medium heary' sole and Cuban heel. A sboe thnt stand lots of real hard Sizes 214 to 6, including 1-2 sizes. Regular M.OO. Manu-. (acturers Out-let sale I lor Tan and black Shoes for Children Children's vlcl hlucli'ers In. tan sud blacV. This Is well mado and cornfortahle fitting shtfj for little tots from 1 to 5 years of age. Sizes 3 to 7.' Regular JI.50 for The Famous English Blacksmith Boot This Is one of the best -wearing hoots thit can be bought at any price, made of Chronic, Willow Calf, Oak bark tanned, estra wide fitting, medium toe and heavy Eplld leather soles and heels. Cut In bluchcr style and havu calf HuOd'quartere, la and' chocolate. SIzeS'G to II. Regular fM QQ value J7.00; Manufacturers Outlet sale Boys'Box Calf Blucher Boots Neat and nifty boya' Wucher Ehocs in hoi calf, cut in wide fit- UOB style, Jarcy too leatber soles and square heel. Sizes ItxiO. Regular (2.3D C1 QC Boys grain leather- Lace Boots Boya'-Iace shoes in grain leather, smart style, good wide toe, solid leather.throughout. Sires 11 to 2. Regular 12.75. for Boys' HigfrGrade Suits Just 50 EUits In all iuuilUcs that aud in the ordinary yay, higher priced than we usually; carrj' In stock. Imported .Tweeds .and Worsteds In nlaln browns and those popular.. heather mixed and striped cf- feels1 Pants in bloomer style, cslra full sc-its'and have belt loops'at.'vatsU. 25 lo 33.' the regular way, S9.00 to J10.00. All at -MaiuifacturerH' Out-let Sale Men's Stylish Overcoats Warm, sensible .and smartly'tailored Otferco'ats, aortic with and lapclG, In tho popular Convertible style that" button up neai and Fiiug at neclt, otHsrs with Dressy Black Velvet Collars. Such materials as black imported Meltons nnd olhftrs in "cosy and durable acuicn 'Regular'prices up to" and a full range oE sizes, 36 'to" 44. Maiiufactiircrs1 put-let Sale S9.75 'ei Other iinea from" oiir own regular stock S25.QO f or for Alt'1 others at' proportionate reductions. Men's Tailored Suits 75 only .Men's New. and Smartly Tnftored Imported mostly Inline, popular gretn and brown mlr- Dd Coal's'with Hip long low lappl, Heed and interlined In tho latest pants In the correct medium peg-top style. Complete range of aiMS, 35 to 42. 515.00 values, Manufacturers' Out-let Sale Oiir.corapleto regular slock of ilcn's Suits., Values' up -to AH placed on special "sale during this event. Men's Work Shirts Durable and warm wlnlersblits In heavy drills and tlnlon Flannels. Conie in black, grey, dark red, green, [awn end khaki. Sizes 1414 lo ITA. Hcgular Man- ufacturers Out-let Salt) C1 1 Q price-.....: Men's Wool Sox '100 -.dozen pairs Men's 'Heather Mixed Scotch Wool Socks, each with a card of mending attached.. Good .value In thn. regular way 3Sc per pair. Manu- ftA faclurerj put-let salo 5 Men's WinterUnd'wear Watson's Penman's and Ellis Spring Natural Wool Bib- bed winter wqight underwear, "includes all Blzea. Kfsulsr lo tS.Ofl a suit. QQ Minufacturerc Out-let Sale, only Boys' Jersey Suits rioyn' Suita in Pure .Wool Knitted. Jersey and Ktilckers. Others wiHi serze Knjck- ers lo match. Colors, navy, Saxe.'and Un. Ilegiilar J2.75 and J3.00 values. C4 QQ Manufacturers'Out-let sale price T' Cute Overcoats for the .Little Chaps An Immense variety of novelty styles In TKanket Cloths and .Tweeds, some, in plain Ulster effect with boH of felf at others in the ever popular Red Klver style, flntinel lined .th'roughotit and capol attached Sizes'for 3 lo 7 negulsr and ?6.60. All at. XQ OR Youths' and Boys' Winter Overcoats Jiisl about 50tOvercoats In this lot, Jn sizes for boys of from S to 14 years. Ma- terials are all smart, warm and durable tweed mixtures, while tr.e style, fl.l and workmanship leavj nothing further to be desired.' Regular. values, eg QC Manufacturers Out-let T Men's Flannelette Nightshirts Men's Night Shirts good roomy sizes and well made, from English fast color striped Flannelettes. A certain aid lo'a comfort' able sleep. Malch them If you Can at anything Itss than Marmfac- tprers but-let Kle price Men's Odd Pants 150 pairs Men's Tailor Pants in Rmartly patterntd Imported Tweeds and Worsteds. Full and demi-reg styles, wlih boR loops. measureTntnts and length in leg to fit any normal slwd man. Worth In the regular way -Manu- CO-7C faclurers Out-let Sale........ ;