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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIWOE DAILY HERALD DR PRICES CREAM BAKING POWDER f for purity, id healthfulness. from pure, grape cream of tartar, from alum ai phosphatic. iiulitiVur way -tin- wiiul do'-li blow .Sonic lifiirt is gluil lu il so1; IMI lilovv il> taisl.'or il. The wind bust.; tliut M.UUvUTS GRAIN MARKETS 'l .Xorthern No. Northern j.N'o. -I Northern No 6 -Northern Winnipeg. Nov. -l.-The Northern doseil a I'ntction slroiiiicr: Open Close .November Minneapolis 105 105% Hostesses loniftrrow Mrs. iJaiiitis Gicnistcr. 1U28 Kod- 'iKilh Mi., (or iJic lirsl time tins sca- Ison. I .Miss Dora Hogers will cuicrltiiu at. I an informal liouse dunce1, on Friday jpv.Miiug. Miss .Nlblook, of Medicine who lias been a bouse guest Hiss Kbini' t'onylieare for son.'-' little t time, returned home Ibis afternoon.1 large .plumed picture 1ml black. I Mrs. Vrooinaii will receive tin: season on tlio fourtb Tuesday oli tliiv _. j -'Some little.time ago-'nil appeal was i donations the-supporL of tlm "I.elbbrilige .Ital" ill till! Na- sili hospital in India. Fifty dollars IS required for 1912, and, in response to tiie appeal only about one quarter of that amount lias been subscribed as vet. the reason thai, more do- nations .have not been forthcoming, .that Uir inaltei' lias simiily been forgotten by my readers, li we each do our .little share for., sweet char- ity's sake, there should nol be the least, difficulty in raising.fiiin amount, .within the next few dajys. SWEATER COATS A or t.wo ago boiighl at a groal concession aboiil 10 Men's Sweaters mid Sweater CostK. TJiose have just come along and a right good looking lot. they are, too These conks have Uveii bought at about HO pei U'ni 'the usiuil cost, and in order'to effect ,1 t Ipnrawr aie p-lacing Ilieni 0.11 sale at prices far'too loi I lie ofieied OS'S; 57- -tiny, old J this .November Jliiy llecember .May............ ITS Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat-." No. 1 Northern I rNo. 2 C. Vi, wiinin tnc nexi uap-s. rieasc j j Mr. and Mrs. Macfa'dilcn, of in communicating with Icine llnl-, who-have been the SueslK Mrs. T... I'. Perry, 320 Ash-i j of .Mrs. Macfaddcii's sister, JlisB U'lephonc or Mrs. i .V.oyul wiMiKm- DuUerin Apartmeats, returned home this af- 470. i A Choice Selection sweater nf fino wool in ulain even strongly reinforced at buttona nnd -with V neck or close higrh 'neck, in it number of good color com- til'nat Ion's 'sliowing some ver'v pretty effects. Navy and cardinal, fawn and olive, white and grey, blue and tun. Never before have wo been able to offer such- at sa.25 Sweater Coats of superior make 1 liis I'linge'lH of.'H superior'type al- together to tlio ordinan sweater coat Ahnle- of i Cfine soft at long Luple, wild in a very fine rib stitch, Closely kiiKted. Tlita coat will appeal to those who desire a high class, thick me! looniroriable gavmeni, at a price below that, often asked for Inferior mites. high military collar u S3.00 Apartments, leruoon. I May July 10514 Chicago v' May July WAN'S PEHFECTIOM eocoA Is good for Growing Girls and and they -like it It nourishes their little: bodiej makes them healthy and ftioog. John 'i'. llurns, secretary''of tlie !n- .Icrnational Dry Fnrmins congrefis. to I be held in Lcthbridgc next fall, and i Mrs. T. Diirn.s, secretary ot the wo- I man's ilciiartnient of the will arritt! in on WVilnc'silay j evening to attend the banquet of the Canadian cluh oh Thiirsday. Mr. and Mrs. Burns will lie the guests of Mr. and Mfs. li. L; Kichardson while in'Calgary.. Mr. r'allroadB to the north and south ofjMvs. Hums' are now in the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. Uthhndge, where they, arc now enei- tapping the rich fields augmented by Igeticaliy fnmmenciiij! on the organii'a- VANCOUVER AN ELDORADO Vancouver, B. C.. Nov. "When the vast territory: of Western Canada Is Queued up, witli'a'll the subsidiary igram, "1238 DuUerin St., leiepllone 470, and your contribution, whatever it may he, will be grateful- ly Deceived. The bonic .of Mrs. K. C. liylands ,was eh fete: ycsterdny afternoon, when over one hundred quests called in response' to "M, Home" invita- byHhc hostess. Mrs. Rylands received in the den. The Hudson's Bqy Gift Certificate is catching on to the public favor. It is the safest form of sending presents. Why. don't you try it HUDSON'S BAY CO. Covran'a jracjt, is abiolutcly pure. H.VOI U obuiiwd by lie gridc ol Coco. ikithlly bUedeil. is idcW.lAjip.il- Ae prepcttiu ibe lii Do Yon.UM I tion work for thu next garr llcmlrt. j the river's.and canals. Ca nada will have an Eldorado such as the great west was to the States when first pioneers mudo' their way I'rom till This wan the state- ment made-by ,1.-R-Lnngan, of Van- couver, in a i-eeent.- interview. Mr. Lanyan is- a director in several, com- panies interested "in "the -development ic-s system of branch lines, Vaiieonv- her crysantlK-mums. er is to he miads the distributing! -Mrs. Vroonian received lici gur-sls point for ail the north coast country reaching back into the interior to the Canadian-prairi-es. New capital in liberal ciuarilitics is now'being In- vested in British Columbia. Mrs. Yrooiuan's pretty home was the rendezvous of a large number of visitors yesterday afternoon, the event lining tiltUVst autumn reception this popular hostess; The blos- soms chosen to beautify the drawing REBELS REPULSED ATTACKING NAN KING Nan King, Nov. concerted attack on the gates of the city by revolutionaries railed and they were driven out with heavy losses and forced to retire. Lieut. General Fine ICu Chung, com- mander of 'he imperial troops, retains lull possession of the city. Gen U Leini at Wu OlMnit lias requested relnforcenwnts and revolutionariei are preparing to seed a number of and men to that Citv. wearing a distinctly becoming gown of black and white, touched with burnt orange crochet. Sirs. Ritchie, presided at the tea table, woi'iva white lace costume with fetching toiiches-jgi- black velvet WALTHAM "T AATQfr.K Watch Buy your Waltham watch from a Jeweler. He will know the move- ment best suited to your needs, and he will deliver the watch to you in perfect running order. "It's Time Ton Owned a ttraltham." Send for dcscrlBtiTciiooklet. WALTHAH WATCH CO.. which was picturesque and inviting, with a sparkling grate (ire and sihiny pompom crysanthenuiins, whole effect being enhanced by mellow glow of green candles. A prolusion of pale Rncha carnations lent'a distinctly appearance to the drawing rooms. llcwitching music discoursed by Reed's" orchestra, stationed in an aU cove in the ball, lent added charm to Ihe brilliant The hostess was wearing white lin- gerie, and her litUe daughter, Ague was dainty blue 'sash. Mrs. J: I) sistcd in receiving, bnd donned a be- coming costume of grey lace and black illumed hat. .Mrs. G. K. LclhbrinVe in- charge tea 'wlicrc ariisVic appolnl- mcnls which would delight the most fastidious, were carried out. A large basket of exquisite pink and white j tiered will) greenery, grac-j od.the centre of the board, while bas- kets of rare violets rested nt tlie .corner, to wlndi; gavlands oi similar fell from the electrolier. Mrs- (Or.) GalbraHh presided over the tea and coffee" at a small rose decked table. Mrs, I.cthbririge wore a fetching gown. of green vclvct, elaborated with Persian adornment 'and black hat with pink roses. hoice Wheat used in the tn ___... Hood Flour makes i tritioum food in tKe Flour ____ make tporc lojjjj th4n other brand on the market. lingerie "The recollection of Jong lifter the price tins been forflotten-" E, C. SIMMONS. SILVER TEA SPOONS Of the quality that wears. In several Am- CARVING SETS Finest of Sheffield stee! with handles, of every to -525 BRASS JARDINIERS Hammered from one piece of SAFETY RAZORS All the best and well known Sooner or Later You will come to realize oiir store is the- place to buy Xmas Gifts That are really nset'iil and worth while. that will carry a lasting joy with them to the giver as well as to the receiver. Gifts Ntiitable to every one in (he home, and suitable (o every purse. Those who come later will wish (hey come sooner. We aim to tht bait goods alwayi, and to ask a reatenable price ofr the quality of- fired and the' iervice rendered, for we want you as a regular cut- tomer. CHAFING DISHES deilgn alcohol With litest Brass Fire Coal Hods and Boxes, Brass 1'enders, Hot Water Kettles, Candle Micks, Tonp, Vases, etc., would all make the fireplace look more cheerful and bright. each ELECTRIC IRONS In two BtyleE. Guaranteed.for to JW> "STARR" SKATES In nil the popular and in the best of qualities- I-M' POCKET KNIVE3 The largest asiortment. in Southern ind of fin- eit quality- Mrs. Robinson was attired .in black velvet with Illack picture hat healing airs. Ottlbrailli looked particulaily ell in a smart grey cloth gown with hed rose anil who invited to Uie attractively gowned chic toildios 01 en lint willi plmno: Miss McKay, lea room, was in hrown foulard and brown ImL fac- ed in black. Miss AuH in brown silk wuh feciive touclics of paddy guuea and black and whrte picture hat and Wlss Jessie Macbeth, rohcd in a rich cos- tumR of brown velvet and black and rose were deft-tea room assist- ant. Miss Mnrjnric Higinhotham in while I lingerie with'pink accessories admit- j jlL'd the' many gucais with a swoci welcome" for all. noon sale .ind decided: to hold .-a .pantry 3n Saturday, December liHh. 1'niK Madr llic'f ami iMrs. Gray Uesptte the storniv night, Ihoro v-as a splendid attend- ance .U the socjal evening put on UK Christ I.IH nnrte.ivtu sociciy Ht Andieu's chuiel, .X mteiest- ing prmcih m.Utli the Uuiif.; j in ordci, the b.'lan'v of the being spent in games of -various kiiitl to ice our Xmas goo'ds. It's worth whiU. Staff ord-Agnew Co. 'Mf you live out of us." Gifts purchited now will be hild 4Dd on Oec, 23rd It Clubs and Societies The Hibje .study class of Si- Paul's First' Lutheran church will meet this evening al 7.30, and lucre, will m'Rling of the young people at cigh o'clock. Miss Atkinson and Miss Juckcs won out. in the debate, church last, evening, proving .cunclus- jvelv "that wonicii be allowed to' wear bats even against the .weighty arguments brought ;ird Messrs. and Simin. That the debate [had been as sornethin; 1 worth bearing, was evidenced by'ilui goodly number nresent, "not.withstaiid- ing the terrific wind slonii Kiss Edith English delighted the audience with a vocal solo, .wljile .1 duet by ihe Misses Si mm aml Englii.h was also much enjoyed. i I under the auspices of the- Wesley Liitiies' 'Aid, whicli opened WEATHER iimupcg, 20 mild T has in Vlhcrt.i and ifc b inoffrrateU cold in Saskatchewan ...I Manitoba. J Kilnioiiton, deal t clcni 41 13 Lclliliiuigc, clc.ir M 21 Hrsnu, cleai WniiiipLg clear in H 11) 1'nri Arthur, KOK I-ll'ASTS nnrt with liighcL' lerniicc- it'Urc'.s. and mild. he world's greatest dirigible hal- 0011 is being built for. the Japanese government, an airship (JOO Teat long, with motors- .of '720 horse power .and carrying a crew of-.IQ-inen. The Ladies' Altar church met .Society of ycstci'day Whooping Cough I CROUP ASTHMA COUr.tM ASTHMA COUGHS CATARRH IreiitaiMRtfnrhtM- lani ttafm thi of WboaplitR Ceuifn }nfj rcKevH irrwiy It tn Mil- from Aithmi. with cttrr bnith. ui potUl far ALL Vif Avtl- iiMernoon and will' eniitinw un- iiii! has given splendid .so far. Through the kimlness. Of Air. South- ard, who loaned of iiiiLiinui folitigo an'd alsn. ,rnl, white and blue hunting, tin; ladies were, able- to achieve very eiTects. in dt-cor- nting ilio hontlis hhd tea room. Mis. H-ivrrs and Mrs. Perry are loo'ting ..f- trr ihc tra room, wlii'.'h is most at- tractive with while cat nations and mauve crysaiithcmiuiis. tables are. in rhafgf- of Mrs. Hull, avs. Nicliolh, Mrs. (Irf-en, Mrs- I'erk, .Mi's, rook jtml Mrs, Mitchell. Tilt- following .ladies presith.- ;il tl I'jrious bt'iuths ai.tl Mi'C Fuiiry KoiUliaid, rhtn'iiri' and Mrs, nr.ciiiiurni. ntxi Mrs, ;