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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, 28, Tin: DAILY HERALD u EDITED BY "JNO" I AMHIIIC'AN T1IANKSG1V1XC! ..Miss IllBinbotliain, Jllss JlcKlllou Uiank Thee, Lord, toi Ktreuntli ol .Miss Smllli, Mies lingers Miss Ami arm To win my brcuil, Anil that' lipyoml my need js meat Par friend unfed. I thank Thee much lor bread to live 1 (hank Tlicc much for bread (o give -MiSB Smith, Mies ItoKcrs, Miss Ann I'alteson, Miss Duiieomhe, Miss Ulain Conybeare, Miss .MIBS Hatch, Miss Nenlc, .Miss Hurassin, and I Mtssra. Parsons, Power, Oliver, Whit- more, t'ocn, Harris, Ilarman, .MiiClln- Inn, Dennett, JlcArthur, Nicholson, I TI ii, Or. .MaKoii Fisher, Scott, McKuv Hoi. I thank Lord, for snug Umleh- DWIOV' Westllind, Newcombg and' Fisher. Wesley parsonage 'wits the sccno or cd roof In cold anil storm, Anil thai beyond my neeil is room for friend I thank Tlice1 nilieii for place to Hut more for shelter for my i Tneedny aflontonn, uriudpals being Miss Irma liar 1 thank Thee, Lord, [or lavish love 5fr- Joh" Ilaul LeL'c1'- On 1116 uurciiiiony was performed by tho liev Enough to share with loveless folk Woodsworlli. Mr. and Jlrn. To case their load. Thy Ipve to me i ill could spare, Vet dearer Is Thy love I share. Davis. Mrs. W. Pearson, of iro Springe, Is 111 at the Gait Hospital. In honor of her wee son, George' birthday, Mrt. C. A. Stephens enter tallied a few friends ami their llttl ones this arteruoon. Miss Eva Slylott, the world famous contralto, whose appearance here being eagerly anticipated, will wear a modish creation of duchess satin with elaborately jewelled tunic' anc point d'esprit garniture. Possibly the moat talked-of social of the 'week, Is the Bachelor's dance, which will be held tomor row evening. The affair prom- ises to be very brilliant, and a large number of acceptances have been re- ceived. Harry Drlggs, who was operat- ed on at the Gait Hospital last week, ifl doing nicely. A number, ot loyal Americans will celebrate their national Thanksgiving by a dinner party at the Lethbrldge Hotel this evening. -In the Ottawa Evening .Journal's account of- the brilliant scene at the opening of parliament appears the name of Mrs. David of P.inoher Creek-, Alta., who'wore a lovely Rown of ivory cliarmeuse satin, inlet with panels of silver lace the hojjice. handsomely draped with Chan- tilly lace and caught in place with rhinestone buttons diamonds. Leech will reside in the city, BUR At Wesley parsonage, at five o'clock yesterday afternoon, Jtev. Joseph performed the'ceremony, which united in marriage Miss Ida Davidson, of Winnipeg, .to Mr. Thom- as Lester UnrivaAh, of Shelby, Jlo-nt. Both brido and groom wore unattend- ed. Mr. ami Mrs. Bunvash wlil re- side in Shelby. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The ..marriage took place in St. Margaret's, Westminster, of the Hon. Lilnh Winglicld, youngest daughter of the Dowager Viscountess Powers- Court, to Major Arthur son-Uell, M.p., second son of Sir 1 Charles and Lady Morrison-Bell of Otterburn Hall, Northumberland. The bridegroom was known in Canada as Captain Hell when A.U.O. to Lord Minto, then Governor-General, and also to General Mutton. Captain Bell went to South Africa with the first Canadian contingent in command ofj the Maxim gun squad. I The Oxford Euchre club will me tomorrow night with Mrs. G. Jeiining 297 Seventh avenue A South. The Daughters and Maids of Eni and held their regular monthly mee ng In the S. 0. E. hall last evening t was decided to hold a whist drlv m Thursday ever.Ing next in the r if P. hall, and a dance on New Year' :ve. The Ma'thesis club met yesterday at ernoon with Mrs. Stanley Kirkham -'ith sixteen'jadies present. Mrs. Charles McGlenaghan read a lever paper on "The Religion of Ja and Mrs. read r plendltl paper on "Modern Develop lent of Japan." The club 'will meet in two weeks ith Mrs, William Ingram. The Ladies' Aid of Wesley Church held a well-attended meeting day afternoon. Details were almost completed for the sale next Thursday, which will Include an old-fashioned kitchen, where doughnuts, pumpkin pie and such-like things will be serv- ed. Atly ladies who are preparing work for the sale at home, are kindly requested to bring such articles to the meeting next Wednesday. i The Flower Guild would appreciate contributions of magazines for their weekly .visit to the Gait Hospital to- morrow. If you have any to donate, kindly communicate'with Mm C. P. P. Conybeare (phone and they will be called for tomorrow morning. IE you cannot have them ready for to- morrow, but can give some at a later they will be called for, i{ no- tice is given. The masquerade dance, which was held last evening, under the auspices of the Knights of Pythias; a dis- tinct success. Varied and unique costumes were In evidence, and the masked dancers I presented a picturesque sight. The prize for the best dressed lady was won by Miss K. Diamond, whn'repre- sented. "Alberta's while' Mr. Ed. Kenucd3', who was dressed to re- present the German Kaiser, won the gentleman's trcphy. Gaskell's orchestra provided good music, and an inviting menu 'was served at the midnight hour. Westminster House Was the scene last, night of one of the most suc- cessful house dances of tho autumn season, when the daughter of the home, Miss Gladys Downer, entertain- ed in.honor of .Miss ni.v'on, of Diiudas. Mrs. Downer was Rowncd in flower- ed chiffon over blue siilin. with wide bandings of passt-menttTie. Miss Dlxon was 'wearing gold nin- on over satin of the same shade, while Miss Downer had donned white chif- I'on veiling peach satin. The floor of the ballroom, which makes an Ideal salon de ihn.-c, was simply perfect, ami combined with the splendid music rendered dancing'a veritable pleasure. Tho dainty programmes were ar- ranged for fourteen dances, winch Wf.-e generously supplemented with encores and extras, a rechorche lunch being served nl half-lime. Those bidden were Mrs. W. R. Scntle, Miss Dison, Miss DeVeber, Miss Freeman. Miss Hutton, Miss Miss Tripp, Miss Lumbard, The Sickroom Sunbeams are al- ready preparing to scatter Christmas joy at that season of goodwill and cheer. They wish to learn of any children, whose parents do not think that Santa Glaus will be very gener- ous this year. If these parents will telephone the president, .Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare, at 1201, a visit to the home will be made with a view to filling a sleeking with suitable cirts and toys. Any citizens who carded toys, which conicl bo used in these stockings, are asked to help in the splendid. work. Donations of either toys or money 'will be grate- fully received by the Sunbeams. KNOX CHURCH IS VERY UNSAFE AND THE CONGREGATION WILL MOVE OUT llu'iiry, church cou- Tfye Brown Betty Tea Room On Afternoon iiiow for our new atopk pf hind.decoratod Christ- CardB. Our last supply went very quickly, so come early to avoid disappointment. At thfi Sign of the Tea Pot, Cor. 3rd Avc. and 5th St. ation HI move. The has impeinlinn for over two j vcars, but it is imly this week that, di'.spitc his disinclination, Building In- spcrlor Sylu-sliT lias had io orilcr thc edifice Ui lit: discontinued as a place of worship owing to its unsafe condition. There arc two port'ons to the church, and it is the newer ror- tion that has come in fur condemna- tion, owing to the fact that tliefnst has penetrated to the foundations and move.! the whole affair. I In (.he new section no allowance was made for a basement, with the result that it was an victim of the sharp attti severe frosts. The old portion Jus 3 basement carrying foundations, with its .'result' that it is as good a? ever it woe. In the! new portion there ore liesures in the! roof and walls, which are ever wid- ening, and the builtting on one side I has settled four inches this year. j I A Illtlc sprinkled on itwuii. ilepTOiil cas mantle when lighted, will hum away .tho carbon deposit, and produce a more lirllllniii light Friday and Saturday Shoppers Will of These Stupendous Price Concessions of Seasonable and Wanted Merchandise Owing to the cramped working space ca wed by tlio alteration and improvements now iu process this'store we nro: loiml lo many hues o goods make room Co successfully handle the immense stoM of Sir shnasiooJ- nowf a rnvnig ami order to accomplish this in tho shortest possible space of time, wo Imvc cpaml a lW-1 list ft tS woel-eml that. ,s sure to throng store with eager purchaser, from early truing until SeFrl and Sat! A Remnant Sale in the Dry Goods Department The Biggest Genuine Bargain Event of the Season Every remnant in our Dry Goods department has been measured up original cost, or value liavc been entirely lost sight of and the prices it winch they are now marked represents in most instances, but a mere irachon of regular value. 'Tis mipossib.le here to enumerate or to even give you a faint idea ot the immense variety of goods represented. All we say is come learly Friday morning if yoirwant to .participate in the b'Wcst bar- gain Hurry that has ever been witnessed in this city. A Few of the Lines Represented Are: Dress Goods, Silks, Flannels, Flannelettes, Prints, Lawns, Muslins, Table Un- nens, 1 Dwellings, Sheetings, Cottons, etc., etc. All in Convenient Lengths for Every Usable Purpose Manufacturers Surplus of Man- Tailored Skirts Less Than Half Price Grocery and Glassware Price is all that is Broken of.oMmeats and Qlass Ware De an immense assortment of useful and wantert ir All one price for Friday and'Safctinlay, lOc. 90c Window Shades 35c 25 Only Window Shades, a clear up of odd lines worth up These Economy Items in the Grocery Department 20 pound SACK B. C. GRANULATED SUGAR AND 3 pound TIN H. B. SPECIAL TEA, FOR B. C. APPLES, 5 Ibs for ..i> per box. LAONDRY SOAP, 9 bars for..................... Government Creamery Butter 2 Ibs. for............... iJC HUDSON BAY LARD -n 3 Ib. tin OVC. VAN CAMPS SOUPS These are fresh and crisp new arrived yesterday from our best makers and are made from the new and popular Heather and Grey All- wool tweeds-also a large variety of pure wool French Panamas, Serges. Venetians and Armures in black, navy, green and Burgundy. One style is made with bias effect on front gore with selt strappings, has plain panel and two deep pleate at back and trimmed with self covered oval buttons. Many other smart styles to select from suitable for all figures and sizes. Regular Values as high as 010.00 On .Friday Saturday, in two lots, at Ladies' Tailored Dresses up to Values Thesn come In nil wool French Serges and and all colors." Some in Peter Pan Collars, others in regular Sailor styles with Sailor Collar All sizes from the smart Miss of 16, to Uie Matron of mature years. For Friday and Saturday only, Women's Danc- ing Pumps GENUINE GLOVE KID with or v.'ilhoiU strap turn soles, latest shape liiic'l. Kcsnlar 54.00 value. Krirtay anil Salurdaj per imir 0-4 WOMEN'S CLASSY HOUSE SLIPPERS strap, sewn Inch rial licvl, pood serviceable ijllOL- for wear, good value at 51.Mi, Friday and Saturday............ Ready-to- Wear Waists for 95c Lndics' Blade Sateen Waist a, beautifully made, tunked across fronts, miide with soft collars. ?l.50. Friday and Sitttirday........ wOw Embroidered Waists Ladies White Embroidered, also plain soft col- lars. A row ivith low Mucks. All Slightly soiled. Values IIP to 51.75; Friday nnd ftf Saturday...... iS-jJG Smart Shoes Only a ftw nnirs or Ladles' Bluchtjr Cut Hoots In- Vcleur Gu.i Jietal, Hex (-nir. patent toxcd, nil welted snh-s, assorted sizes Irani to Regular S3.CO, 55.511. rridjy and Saturday m.rt AM O Cotnfort For M -n 100 pairs or lion's Fancy plaid houee slippers, going cheap. Worth S1.25; Friday and Saturday I H C Slippers Cosy -Slippers, (or ths little ones, with felt solos Friday nnd Saturday, per pair 100 u With combination folt and leather soles Men's Negligee Shirts -in coat style, in neat pin stripes and good all over igns, from fine quality prints, zephyrs; six.s to .1 7. Regular values Si. 00 to Friday and Saturday The Above Are Money Savers Men's Sweaters for Men's Coat Sweaters, without collar, In good combination shades ot grey and red, navy and grey, maroon and greon. Just two dozen of them. She 38. Regular price up to 52.00 iriday and Saturday, each............................ .11 Boys' Pants .noye Odd PantB, straight knees. Sizes U to 31, made from good rcmnanto of tweeds. Values up to SI.85 Friday and Saturday, each 5 Pairs for Pur popular line of Scotch Fingering Wpol i-s hose with card of mending. Regular value 35s per pair. Our ft n Special FJV? PAIRS FOR................. Sale Goods May I Not be Exchanged j HUDSON'S BAY STORES Sale Goods for Cash Only ;