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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta vv 1012 T1TK DAILY ITERALT) Rylands Sell For Less Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! To RylancTs Hurry Out Sale EVERY DAY you put off attend- ing this great economy event you lose a chance of sharing in'the great- est bargains offered so early in the season. Just run over these items picked from hundreds like them Jusiv- 30 pairs of groy-flarmolettfi .hjankels, worfcli any place in tho Vest......'........ .Baby Eiderdown Jackets, in AvhHe, -red, sky and pink, a regular 50c ar- ticle, .now 25 .Dresses for Girls from' three to" from colored casli- mcr.ett.es, IHettes, worth 50e and 75o, all-wool voiles, serges, poplin and many other lines of dress- goods, reduced to..............-. 35c 35c .Fancy Pillow Tops, some stamped for embroidering. Values up to All reduced to heavy weight materials suitable for three-quarter beds, worth now.................... Hundreds of these sample Waists sold on Saturday and Monday t! list as we expected, the people respontU ml to the great oiler in waists. Every .one who (laiiie jo. look remained to buy. Don't you think it is worth a look at least, for we ceiv laiiily think it is the biggest bargain over offered in this city.. Think of styles and over 500 M-aists. ATo two aiiko. and at a sn.ving of 25 per cent. You must hurry. WHAT BETTER XMAS GIFT! EDITED BY "INO" PHONES Office 1224 Res. 1115 .Soon as the nvoniiiK slujiirs prevail, Tim moon -takes up the wondrous talc, And nightly to the listening mirth Rebuts the story of her birth Whilst nil the stars that round IIIT And all the planets in their turn Confirm the tilling as tliuy roll, And spread the truth from pole to pole. Senator DC Vober is cxpi'ete-1 honic from Ottawa lomornnv morning. Mrs. 1'etcr.s is (.'iiU'itttiuiiur al cards this evening at her pretty new home, MM London Koad. j Mrs. K. A. Kwert will lie'hostess of a small informal thimble tea on Thursday. Mrs. T. H. Dnvidsou entertained at a three1 table five hundred tliiH after- noon [or Miss Cowan, of Kuschank, Out. Miss .Joan Unjulmrt, of the hospi- tal stall at Kamloops, arrived in the city today on a visit to Mrs. A. K. AlcCorvie and Mrs. Uh'imcr-Hassctt. Mr. W. Kicrhy and Mr. Power leave on .Sunday for York, where they will sail "on the Carmanu to spend the winter .it their homes'- in England and Ireland respectively. Miss Cowan, nf Unschunk, who is staying with Dr. .J. and Mrs. Court ice, leaves tomorrow morning for Calgary. Miss Ccrtvan will visit several places in the north, before returning east. j Mr. and Sirs. Bert Gumming ,of: Calgary, leave this week on an ex- j tended visit to Minneapolis. To form devices quick is woman's Auction Sale Farm Stock IMPLEMENTS AND HOUSE- HOLD GOODS Will be held at the North- Quarter ot' Section 31, Township 10, Range 20, west of the -Iti! .Meridian on Tuesday, Dec. 10 At the Hour of 10 o'clock a.m. Tho following valuable prop- erty, viz: LIVE STOCK 1 black iO years old, weight I Bay gehliiu t: years old, weight isoorii. 1 Hay mure, -1 years old. weight I Bay mare 4 years old, weight UOlUb. 1 Grey gelding, n years old, weight 1 Good milch cow. 1 Pet lamb. MACHINERY Binder, mower, disc, seed drill, sot lever harrows with harrow cart, plows, Imggy. of black- smiths' tools, water tank, stones, etc. Also Household Goods and Furniture. FREE LUNCH AT NOON Terms of and under cash; over that amount S0% cash, balance 10 months, credit by purchaser furnish- ing bankable notes bearing in- terest at S7C; S% discount al- foi other than Oftah ueimtim. R. C. MOSS Owner. HANK FANNING, Auct. H ALL Professor Lawrence, oi" spent the week-end with his family Herald. 'Mrs. IMann entertained a sewing club comprised of sonic ten uiembeit at the home of Mrs. E. 0.' Cooper, 1203 Fourth Avenue South, this after- noon, Airs. M. Schweitzer. .Mrs. 3. Hufiner, 1 and daughter. Alberta, have returned' after spending a month with friends and relatives in Winnipeg, and imin. j Mrs. P. M. Ramsay, 730 Twelfth' St., K N., wife of the popular-fire foremnn at No. G mine, lias left on a visit to Scotland. She is accompanied by her two little girls, Milly and .Al-'. beita, and sails, on the Athenia to. j'Glasgow, from which she place EUQ I will proceed to Luilithgow to visit her parents, who reside there. Mrs. T. S. Fettsrly was a iliriiiei: hostess hist evening complimentary to 31iss of Kosebank, j The prettily appointr.il board, which was centred with white chrysanthe- 'nifuiis, hud covers laid for 'Mr. amt ;Mrs. Kctterly, Dr. O. .1. and Mrs. jCouriice, and Miss Cnwan. The Companions- of the Korpst have sent out invitations for their next' dance, which will place in Un- ity on Tucsdr.y, Uccemr.er 3. t Anyone wishing invitations are asked I to phone 13'iiB. Needs' urcliestra will be in attendance. cningj for their guest, Miss Cowan of Hose bank. Wliitc chrysanthemums express the drcorrjtioii at the elective hoard, covers are laid for the host and hostess, Miss Cowan, Mr. and Mrs- J. Cooho. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Terriflff, Mr. and Mrs. .1. -Jack- son and Mr. and Mrs. T. S. FeUerly. MJKS Gladys Downer, V.'e.stniinKter Mouse, js entertaining u of i the younger set at-a house dance to- IIHIITOW evening in courtt-sy to Miss of Dundas, who is spemlini; the winter LIiu guest of Mrs. J. 0. Wilson. t j Mr. and Mrs. F. Shaw returned j from the coast early Sunday morn- They visited Hritlfili ColumliLa ;for the purpose of mei'tlng their son iarui liis bride, who were married at i Vancouver in .Si. Joseph's church 1st riiiKt. The was very owing to the death of the bride's: futlier, Mr. .1. Y. of Winni-j j peg. .The bride received some very! 'handsome gifts including cheques from friends and near relatives. Miss Cowan, of Hosehank, hon- or guest of a etichre -matinee, which Mrs. 0. J. t'ourtice, with whotn-she is staying, as hostess yes-i terday. '.Thp coxy home was prettily decor-! a tea with pink roses, white feathery j mums, potted plants and ferns. i Mrs. i'ourtice wore a dainty gown j of pale green silk eoliennc, while Miss C'gwan was wearing hnnvn satin with! cream lace accessories am! touches of burnt orange. Four tables were in play, Mrs. T. Hooper carrying ofi the lovely trophy. Thu hostess was assisted at the tea hour by Mrs. J. V. C'uok and Mrs. T. S. Fettprly. MLss Editb Jones pleasingly tiered a couple pf reajlings during the afternoon. 'MISS MYLOTT'S HHKftSKS Ir'va .Mj'lott, the world famous contralto, who sings in the Majestic! on Thursday evening wider the aus-' pices' of the Nursing Mission, brings some beautiful gowns her. Among them is a v.'hiie IJuchesss satin veiled with marquisette, ami a deep jewelled tunic. A blue jicey crepe Meteor lined liberty satin lias panels of real lace, bodice one side sahic ricb lace, the other jewelled; maniuiscHe. A lovely Parisinn cown' is yf solid Duclicsse satin, Sony tfa'in, jewalleil tunic the el us-, ters of jewels of different fine -Brussels lace panels caugiit with! [ewelled J.assels falling on the train. A white satin has panels of pale Hue ninuii and llounces of real lace. Miss is a connoisseur in lace, on-.l has a fine collection. A handsome sapphire, blue dress has trimmintis of ha'iulmade enihroidery. Novel is a Mandarin evening- coat of cornflower i 'blue silk, lined satin Metecr and heav- ily embossed line of (.he C. P. K. collapsed a few days ago. hurling into :ho Fraser river hundreds cr t'.iousands of cubic yards of roclc. a foot tnntiel of the 0. R. The slido occurred at H o'clock in j the and made a noise that i was heard for miles. Xo lives WOK- k'sr, as there did not happen 10 he any railway laborers working in the vicinity at tho time. nig of Wesley Kp'.vonh League last :evening, when Christian Citir.en- ship Dpparimt'iit had chsnie. Mr. C'.- irsve a clover and well fj i thought out address on "Canada's Imperial Rehitinr.s." -A-L-E OF CARPETS AND RUGS Brussels Rugs This range is composed of Floral and Con-, ventlonal deslgns-as well as thu ever popular'' Oriental design. Rich and beautiful color- ings. Size 9x9. Regular value 4 M ff? price Size 3oc Reg. (la and .522.5Q. Sale Price........ .Size. 9s 12; lies. C11? Efl to Sale Price I I .3U A Bargain I only, Fawn Floral design with a touch of making a very handsome rug. Size U'S" Vl2; Regular C 1 7 Cfl Sale'prlce.............. 91 I.3U Smyrna Runners In beautiful shades .of green, reversible. Size 3 x Regular 5U-60; Sale price........... Wilton Rugs A splendid selection In beautiful colorings- und designs. Sizes x to 9 x 12; also a few meUsllon in soft red tones. Sizes 4'6" x 7-' Sale Price In two tone green shades, small de- signs, size 9 x 10'6" Regular Sale Heavy 'Wilton Carpet, colors of soft sbades of green ,extra heavy pile with or with oiitr borders. Regular Sale price, per yard....... Medallion Rugs 'in Fnwn; Green, and Red elusive, .designs. Size 8 -Itegular f37.ab. Sale price In 30' I 30' Decide Today Time Limi- ted One Only A beautiful Wilton Itus In colors of green and red. Size 9 x 12. negular 540.CO; Sale -C2Q 7S Price I W Brussels Carpets Good quality Brussels In beautiful Oriental designs, colorings of red and green. Regular per yd. Sale-price, per yard Green conventional design, can. lie. had in body and stair carjict. Keguhir value Dsr yard. Sale price........ Brussels stair carpet, green Oriental design. Regular 51.40 jier yard. a Sale price, per yd. I Also green floral design, good quality Brussels. Reg- ular Si.25 per ynrd Sale' price per yd. Saxony .A'jtmln5ter Seamless nigs in soft greoh siiailes. i Kegular Sale Price Size 9 '10- liegu'lar. value Sale price All Goods are for CasK Only Small Mats Axuihister Mats, heavy-pilo iu good colorings. 27 x 54; Regular each. Sale price. S1.95 Fringed Mats Fringed. Wilton Mats in red, green and Rose shades.; 27 x 54 in. Regular 14.00. sale price i j AY CO. Wluin down town shopping will pnivo hciii'ficial mid Successor to W. H. Schweitzer Third Avc. S.. Phone 1055 c servo it J. Tlw. A. V. P. A. of .St. Cyprian's j eliurch heid a di-litlnml musical last, nijiht, a large number were in at ten dance. Globe, who 'will respond to the toast Tlic- foliov.-iiii- program was splen-' of "Canada''-, Hon. Houcljihe I.e- .lidly rendered j r.ieux, who will speak for "The Km- Clark. Clark editor of ths At- lauta ConstitTiuoii, who will reply tor Flute A. Morgan. "Our brothers across the line." .SirakcT. H. Stinvart. Consequence. Iwviiison. Violin McMjllon. .Solo-Mr. Wellinmon. GOES BACK TO TORONTO Toronto, .Murpliyl" .now serving tbiny days for passing a! j worthless ciioouf in Calgary, will be brought back to Toronto on the oxpir- t ation of his sentence to stand trial on 1 fciir similar rhargos bore. i Me passoi] thu chciines, it js chftTg-- I iid, aboui five months ago, hut nil for small amounis, When Down Town, you think of tea, You think, of course of The Brown Betty Our Pimpernel ,iro nuikins Jl for selves. Ask to see them. At the Sign of the Tea Pot WOMAN CHAUFFEUUR MURDER- ED WHO WAS ONCE CHAM- PION SKATER OF CANADA The Beit Cough Symp it Easily Made at Home. Costs Little ana Acts Qllicklr. Money Refunded If It FoiU. CANADIAN. SOCIETY SPEAKERS! Xew York, Nov. annual I liinnor oi" the Caindian Sorioiv of j N'o.u- York, will !x> held on Saturday i IIov. rhariiw Kiuon. presiilont. of thoj HOi'i-'iy, will ;ici as toasimsistcr, and; atnrnig the annoiinced :u t1 j Hoii. .1. A. Ouimft. tm-iuer judpij Oi tlio conn of KiiiK'ri Ui'uch, MonirtuU Mftycr William CJaynor, Or. 1. A. Mnc eoHor-in chief oi the Toronto is assured in knives, spoons and serving pieces if they arc BRG1 This brand, known as 'Sihtr Plate that Wean in btauliful designs, is made the heaviest plaie. It has been ronownej for oycr 60 years. t IQ Dealers This recipe makes 16 ounces pi cougii syrup, and saves you about 12.00 as com- I oared with ordinary cougii remedies. It I Etops obstinate whooping Chicago. Julia Sulli-i a hurry, and Is splendid for van one of Chicle's Mcensea -.vo-j I men chauffeurs, was found shot to Mix two CUDS of sranuiatcd sugar with i I one cup of warm witter, and stir for two j death m her apartments here today.! minutes. Put ounces of Pines (fifty cents' worth) in a 16-ounce bouie. and add the Sugar Syrup. Take a teaspopnn- fql every one, two or throe hours. %'nstes gonJ. Tliia takes right hold of a cough and almost instant relleT. It lates the. appetite, and (a slightly laxa- excellent features. PInex, as perhaps you know. Is N'onyay white pine extract, rich in guaiacol nntl thu other natural heaHr.r pine elements. .Vn other preparation will do the work: of Pines In this recipe, although strained honey can bo usttl Instead of Hie augur syrup, if desired. Thousands of housewives in the United States and Canada now use tills Pines and Susflr Syrup reclpt-. This plan often been i mil a ted. but the