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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta .Friday, November THE LETiroitlDGE. DAILY HERALD SOR WIND ft TABU SALT 1 i! 2T "V J kut i.li MILADI EDITED BY Office Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. H, d; CfarKe; -123 St., S. V Mr. (i. .R. Tinning returned morning from trip east. (odors of exquisitely beautiful .pink Titirlei'nih and carnations, after i-the happy couple took tiaui for this I'acilic amid" showers of rice, old shoes and hearty good wishes. Rev. T. P. I'crry nrrivod home Ironi Kdmonton this nfternoou. Ills friends will he sorry to learn that Mr. licattk1, ot the Union Hank staff, is ill. Mrs. II. C. Kelson and Miss 1'hyl- iis lllglnbothnin were the fortunate favor winners at Mrs. K. A. Ewert's thimble tea yesterday. Mrs. David Donald was a dinner hostess last evening in celebration oi the American Thanksgiving. Only few covers were laid. A quiet wedding was celebrated by the Rev. 0. of St. 1'aul's First Lutheran church at his home last ev- ening at nine o'clock, the principals being Miss JMartha Erdman an i Mi Fred Onndlock, bolt of Warner The witnesses were Miss Arline Hulit'aiitl Mr. O. Oundlock. Mr. and Mrs. Onndlock will niake tiieir future home In Shelby, Mont. Some of These will Suit You Sirloin Boast, Beef. Leg Spring Lamb, Fresh-Young Pork. Spring Chickens. lethbridge Meat MaiM J. MURPHY, Proprietor Majestic Theatre Block, Phone 635 An event of more than passing in- terest to New Dayton people and a wider circle of friends, was the raar- .riagc of Pearl Dell Whitesel, eldest Miss Vera Winter, who has been the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jqlm White- guest of Mr. and Mrs. 1.. M. John- scl, 'to Leonard Dasil Duncan, which stone, of I.ethbriilge, has returned .to took place at the home of the bride's News-Telegram. parents on Wednesday afternoon. Both, flic parties arc very well known in Mrs. J. II. Westbrook and ilaugh- Southern Duncan has tcr, Kulb, and Mrs. H. C. Westbrook for somc ycars. proprietor ot the leave on Monday on a three months'i local general store, while Mrs. Dun- visit to the east. jean was a participant in social and i church work. Rev. H. W. ToOmhs, Miss Driscoll, modiste and minister of the Presbyterian formerly of New York-and recently church, performed the ceremony, in of Lethbridge, has decided to locate' the presence of only the immediate in Calgary and har, taken apartments members of the Whitesel family. Tllc the Mackie News- young couple were unattended. The Telegram. j bride's wedding gown was of cham- 1 p.lgne satin trimmed with fringe and An American parly, composed of j rosebuds, and her going-away suit of Mr. and Mrs. Crosby, Mr. and whip-cord serge with 'hat to Mann, Mr. and Mrs. L. Roberts, Mrs. match. A large crowd assembled at 0. H. Powers, Mrs. J. R. Heebc, i the station last night to sec the par- Mrs. L. H. Jeliff, Miss Francis Pow-; ty off. After a short honey-moon in ers, Miss Florence Powers, Miss the mountains Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Cooper, Mr. Mr. Gilmore, will again take up residence in New Mr. .Shannon and Mr. Johnson, enjoy-j Dayton. ed Thanksgiving dinner at the bridge hotel last evening. 1 CLUES AND SOCIETIES Pink and while chrysantucmums corated the tables, where the nninue place cards with the guests' names written backwards. These were na- turally hard to decipher and some time was spent and mu.eh merriment j enjoyed in finding the' places. Mr. Shannon acted as toast master and an informal, happy time was spent in dinner speeches ind conundrums. ENGLISH 'CHURCH OFFICIALS SHOW DIFFERENCE BETWEEN INDULGENCE -AND SACRIFICE The auditorium of the Conservatory of Music en ftte last Vihen Mr and Mrs Jamos Vird enter tnincd at a thoroughlj in.ojablL dance. V good floor ind splendid n usic Toronto, ita 20-Officials Ot the lsaf Mr Oihkcll 'rand Mr foEmed uleol co- Church of Lngland here com- for Inn] piling tint the Canadian dunk bill is listic The Parish Auxiliary of St. Cypri- an's clinrch bold a remnant bazaar sale in the parish room yesterday, from which they realized over fifteer dollars. Afternoon tea was and a general pleasant time spent. Tile Missionary Auxiliary of Wesley church held an interesting and well attended meeting yesterday afternoon The topic, "China's New was ably taken by Mrs. pipes.- the midnight hour; those present mUnded Mrs Aird, llrs Coopci, Mis Mis. .fccnnj sion work, home and: aliroajl. Thus Mrs. Kimhall, the Misses Ar'nisirong, they show that 24 times as much js.M- Armstrong, R. i Armstrong, '..Latter-' for twelve months, or SO per capita During the sime pcnou uab guen for mis The .executive of the W.C.T.U. met with Mrs. .1. C. Brown yesterday af- tcrnrjon. The ladies decided to pre- pare a box' of literature and Chrisf- mfis gifts suitable for tliilriren to he sent to one of'the home mission- arv fields not far distant from the i.thouc menu being sencd at citV wouW most acceptable. nping the lielit fan The Ladies' Aid of-White school district held a very en joy able social evcllinS at Ule of ed to missionary enterprises. jker, Cooper, Sang, Podger, Uentlcy, jA A- D- Crquhart, miles south D. lientley, Irving, Bass, Urodie towlli second ot their monthly Holt, Frame, Simm, MacKenzie Mur- socials Ibis season. The rrbgram phy, O'Hagaii, Hyssop, Munroe, Aird CORS'stel1 of speeches, -recitations, and Messrs. Kerr, Armstrong, Grass, i sanies and music. A delectable lunch dimming, Minor, W. Minor', David-1was servcd bs ladies during the son, Sherlock, Frame, Shearer, Cas-l A soocl was in at- cailcn, Clarke, Hay, Thompson, -Fcr- i tendance, including a jolly hay-load CITY ANPDISTKICT Mr. Glllespie May. Speak EVv-Chlof of Police Joseph Gillespie, is stated will be able to ap- pear at the public meeting of the rate- payers, which will be held some day next week. Mackenzie, Altken, Mo-' trom 'he city. Nabh, Whilmorc, White, Dodd, Roth-1 well, Morris, Rogers, Kenny, Tllc regular mrellng of the Maiu'ath Aird and C.'Aird. branch of the Farm Woman's Insti- On Official Visit T. C. Phillips, C. P. R. auditor .at Crnnbrook, is in the city today, pay- Ing an official' visit to the local of- fices of the, company. I Nov. 37th, to prominent business uieu. STEWART-MADGE At the hom-e of her porpnts, Mr. and Mrs. of; Milk. River, I Miss ;01ivn Madge was niarried Yodav, r 4- nfL._ 'c.i -'the cluur. tute was held on Wednesday after- noon, Nov. 27, at the home of Mrs. Amos Peterson. A large crowd of members and visitors were present. President Mrs. L. S. Taylor was in -For Sunday Dinner The Lethbridge Hole! has arranged for the many'patrons of its Sunday dinners that ladies will be given the IirivIIeges of the drawing room, while waiting for the dining room to open. Every convenience is being arranged for guests. the preliminary exercises ThV WS i on... "Home Nursing" _______ .111C1 satin gown! She wore diamond pendant, the gift of the beautiful talk nu "The indiscriminate us? of was given by Second Vice-Presidcnt Mrs. llceman, R. N. XMAS GROCERIES At Attractive Prices ONIONS for pounds CORN STARCH, 3 for......... LAUNDRY Starch package.......... L-YLE'S SYRUP per can OTTER BRAND SAL; -MON, ?in......... CORN BEEF, Two for 25c 10c 20c 45c Westminster Store Near Ellison Mills Phone 364 Sale of Remnants- Owing to t-lic crnmpetl working space caused by the alteration and improvements now in pro- 1 gross al Ujis store, we are forced to sacrifice many lines of goods to make room to successfully handle the immense stock of Cliristmasgoods now arriving, and in order to accomplish this in the shortest space of time, we have prepared a bargain list for this week-end that is sure to throng tins store with eager purchasers from early morning until closing time Saturday. The Biggest Genuine Bargain Event of the Season Every remnant in our Dry Goods Department has been meas- ured up, original cost or values have been entirely lost sight of and prices at which they are now marked represents in most in- stances, but a mere fraction of regular value, 'Tie Impossible here to enumerate or to oven give you a faint Ideji.of the immense variety of goods represented. All we say come early Saturday morning JE you want to participate in. the 'biggest bargain flurry that has ever been witnessed in thta city, A few of the lines represented are Dress Goods, Silks, Flannels, Flannelettes, Prints, Lawns, Muslins, Table Linen, Towellings, Sheetings, Cottons, etc. Men's Wear _ n Grocery Savings MEN'S SWEATER COATS FOR MEN'S SWEATER col- lar, in good combination shades of grey and red; navy and grey; maroon and green. Just two dozen of them. Size 38. Regular "price up to 52.00. Saturday, each............. 91 >UU BOYS' PANTS Boys' Odd .Pants, straight knees. Sizes 24 to 31, made from good remnants 9l tweeds. Values up to J1.25. Sat- urday, per pair.................. FIVE PAIRS FOR J1.00 Our popular Kne of Scotch Fingering Wool Half Hose, with card of mend- ing. Regular value 35c per pair. ftrt Our special 5 pain for....... 91 Crockery Glassware PRICE IS ALL THAT IS BROKEN A bargain table of oddments from our China and Glass Ware ah im- mense assortment ot useful and wanted articles including Glass Lamps, and Saiicerq, Jugs, Bon Bon Dishes, Vases, Salt and Pepper iShakers, etc. etc. Regular prices run up to 50 cents. All one price 'for lOc 90c Window Shades 35c 90c 25 only, window shades, a clear up o; odd lines worth up to 201 b. B.C. Granulated Sugar 1 C arid 3lb. Tin H. B. Special Tei B. C. APPLES, S Ibl for per box. LAUNDRY SOAP, 9 bin for 25c. 25c. Government Creamery Butter ITE 2 IDS for lf HUDSON BAY LARD 3 Ib tin VAN CAMPS SOUPS .2 for 50c. 25c Ladies' Tailored Dresses to values up coine.mf ajl wool Fiench Serges and and all- in Peter Pan Collars, others in reg- uliir, Sailor with Sailor Collar, All sixes from, the tbe Mition of mature years, i Foi Siturdij Waists for reck, fields, anj wci dashbo- ;1 Lidies Blacl Sateeiie bettlitifuliy made, tucked acioss fiouU made from soft collars. Regul-ar 51.60. Saturday........................... 95c Embroidered Waists 95c Ladies' White' Embroidered, also plain waists, with soft collars. A few with low necks. All slightly soiled. Values up to 51.75; Saturday.................... 95c SMART SHOES Manufacturers' Surplus of Man Tailored Skirts Less Than Half Price 1 -i Tliesc aic fiesli and oiisp new ojilj tmhed ycstciday fioui bur test mnkeii and ajc jnade fiom the ncwland -Si -3' i JHeatJier and Grey AH-Wool a large Aariety of pure Avool Eicncli Panamas, Serges, Venetians and Annul es in black, brown, gieen and Burgundy. One stylo is made Avith bias effect on iionfc AA'ith seH strappings, has plain panel and tAvo deep pleats at back and trimmed with self covered oval buttons. Many other smart styles to select from suitable for all figures and sizes. ular values as high as On Sat- urday, in two lots, at WOMEN'S DANCING PUMPS GENUINE GLOVE KID with or with- out strap, turn latest shape heel. Regular SI.00 value tf QC Saturday, per "Ww WOMEN'S GLACErHOUSE SLIPPERS instep strap, sewn 3-4 inch flat heel, good, serviceable shoe for house wear, good value at ?1.50 OWW Boys' Box Calf School Boots, sizes 1 to Only a few dozen pairs of Ladies' Bluchcr Cut Boots in Velotir, Gun Metal, Box Q.ilf, patent foxedi all welted soles, assorted sizes, from to 5. Regular Saturday COMFORT FOR pairs ot iilen's Fancy Plaid House Slippers, going cheap. AVorth Saturday................. Boys' Box Calf School Boots, 11, 12, and 13, meetings during the summer, and is wiilinc; to do all in her to help the ladies in this Durand's Valsc in Eh was played I by Miss Sue Staccy. Mrs. H. Hirie j Rave .1 recitation, "The'man behind I the plough.1' I A paper was read by Mrs. C. I. Wyman on "Courtesy in the Home." Tin's was very beautiful indeed, anil was full of good points, and as one member remarked, would be well to read at every meeting. The Mnirrath branch has teen organ- ized five months and is a lively hody of women. Each meeting brings new members into the club. The nex'l meeting of the club will he held Dec. 18. This is the annual mcetinir and lhe election of new ofo, ers will take place. We hope a live- any place he knows of, With natural crease in the amount of dairy stock, ly and euthusiostic corps oi offcers irrigation and the best of toil, the the increase in the number ot sheep, Men's Negligee Shirts for 65c coat style, in neat pin stripes and good all-OArer de- signs, made irom fine quality prints, zephyrs; sizes 14% to 17. Regular values 31.00 to Saturday, each HUDSON'S BAY STORES will he elected and our inst'tute will progress in the future as in the past. Mixed Farming Idea Grows future of the alfalfa industry in .Sou- and the greater number of bogs being fContinucd from front patr.nl; thorn Alberta is very bright. If then, Southern AllierU is the home of the alfalfa industry, in the Canwlian. vest, there is bound to te a great market in the, remainder of Alferfv. and .in British Cblun Saskatchewan and Manitoba ns tho population increases. The dairy farms arc" beginning to demand alfalfa ra- tion's for their cows, and it will be raised. 200 Head Dairy Cows During the past two months three large of dairy cattle have been, Columbia into Jhisi immediate district. the Ijetbbridce district which will supply this demand. Ki-.kstorjn head of Quebec. S, S. Dunham and have recently purchased id Devine shipped in 61 'grade Holsteins from R. Daniel three car mads oi n'nr, IJolstein cattle from ithcrr. .Mhcrta i.s abixii Ui6 uiily iparl, of the wlicro alfalfa can le llircpilcrs in Ontario aliippim; them to Brown. Mr. l.athrop says (b.i.t the Pair I'ni'e .Now tllcir (arms ,lt foal'dalc and really raid alfalfa districts on the! lint in the the formers Lrthhrfilge. jN'ortli American continent can be j are selling llidr alfalfa at 513.50 per- Frank Maxwell brought in a car counted on one's fingers, and be ROCS; Ion, and-the crop is increasing every load of purn bred dairy sleek a rou- evcn tnrthcr and says that .it. can to year. The local demand for nl monllis from' Jlinncfotn, Ijrowii with greater ease here than so increasing. This is due to the in-! placing them on his dairy [arm four miles from the city. _. 0. T. Latlirop has purchased higli grade dairy-stock at'aifierent times .during the summer, most of which lias been sold to farmers in this vi- cinity. The ajfaHa farms in this district have, made' this possible. With over 200 head of dairy cattle shipfed in in one year, the outlook is very en- couraging, soys Mr-1 Lathrop. Creamery Next Spring What IB is ti creamery in Lothbridge. This is now practical- ly Assured. A Rentlcrnan 'with the ne- cessary experience has practically, come to (onus with the Board of j Trade for the establishment of a crnoniery on the industrial silo ppriiiK- Ho will buy tho crcum pro- duced by over two hundred cows. How She Obtained Good Bread I bad good bread till I used White Swan Yeast Cakes." Sold at grocers packages of 6 cakes for 6c. 'Write White Swan Spices Cereale Lipiit- ed, Toronto, Qnt. The Brown Betty Tea Room On Saturday Afternoon We show for sale our new stock of band-decorated Chrlat- mas Cards. Our last supply went very quickly, so como early to avoid disappointment. At the Sign of the Tea Pot, Cor, 3rd Ave. and 5th St. ;