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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta November 29, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALJJ Page 13 Tonight af Rylands' From 7 Until 10 ,25 Bargains For Everyone Tonight At Lndies' Combination Suits 1'rom 7 until 10 for Men's Wool Shirts or Drawers, elastic knit, regular Glen's Sweater Coats, .onljr browns or grey, to Dresses 1 to G year size; Cash- inerettc materials Children's Coats, worth up to up to (i year size Ladies' to Union Suits, Tonight only, for Men's Working Gloves, lined j aiid unlincd, up to i Children's Wool Worsted regular BOc and alljncw (his season, c-hoice for Ladies' Cloth Goats, final clearance of coats up Ladies' Fine Wool and Cashmere line .95 95c .00 .50 MILADI SOrTED "INO- THE SDA TW1L10HT ling her colleagues fol thtlr kindly Oh, Cbtist, who stilled the iroubled j appreciation mid icuitesy. On restless Galilee, lift near when at some twilight hour My barque puts out to sra. .Mid channel where RUll Is yauaiug deep .atfJ ujde. Dear Pilot oi "the'" loneliest Quell Thou dark Jordan's tide Mxs..F. J. Itataioad wan kept busy yesterday aitrrnowi welcoming tbe Li any visitors wbo toot the op- o'i calling ua first at the Ut-awTious jhome (his seasou. I Keil and1 while'carnations were el- ifeclive ia decoration, ami the hostess N'csr last Tbou when I have quaked Life's chalice-at the brim He nearer as tlie shadows And the long day grows dim. Lord, Thou ;irl changeless, and the soul Xow anchored safe in Thee, Waits tearless for the call thai bids The barque p'Jt out to sea. S. Swan, Ur. Latterly of Calgary, was in the city today visiting liis brother, Dr. A. M. UlTerty. received "wearing a pretty gown of i cream silk embroidered net with 1 touches of red. Mrs, C. E. Invited to the dining room, wl.ere Mrs. Kafrburo presided and } Crawford and Jliss A gar assisted. Helen, .the tittle daughter oi the home, admitted the gue.sts. MACPAKLAXK-HANXKEO1AN' A pretty marriage was solemnized at the home oi Mr. and Mis, Norman Reid, 527 19th. street north, on Wed- crsday, Nov. -S-ilh, when Miss Minnie MacFarlane, sister of -Mrs. Held, was joined in holy I'latritnony hy the Kev. A, G. Camcrou, to Mr. Jolin Danner- man." Miss McWhimiic, attended the Lridc arid Mr. Wood supported the Miss Lui-y Hawdfn" entertained last'f groom. After the marriage ceremony, j evening at six lahlrs of five hundred. Miss Smith and Mrs. K, C. MacKcn zic won the trophies. was served ar.d an enjoyable time spent by the guests. The happy couple received many handsome pres- ents and have'the best wishes of all Mrs. D. A.-Smith weteunied many lhpir friends for Jheir future happi- visitors'during the HviligM Lours vnterdav. wlifn she was formally at takc lnp to aias' Jiome, [rocked in pale blue silk, as- Blsted. i .Mis. F. J. Redmond entertained last cTemtig (or her Vera and son, Venue. Fourteen young j Friends were bidden and a Jolly time j was spent in games, the serving of dainty viands concluding the affair. "Mrs. G: H. Colbledick will he bos- Mr. and Mrs. Danrerman will their home'la r.ettibriclge. aVe CLUBS it. 'Mary's lien's society will hold a in St. Mary's parish IiaU on "Monday evening, when sir beautiful prizes will be given, Mrs: A.'Ai Smith, Mrs. K. J. Gor- tess of a tea from lour to six: Mrs: n6.M. 46.00. heavy good calves to Ctoice spring lambs K.50 lo 57.00 "choice" killing sheep to 55.50. _ c hogs 57.75 to 58.00 heavies lowed him lo'act as counsel for the l_t (or.many.more pleasant evenings John Memme! of Engtehart haj ie- Wilton, 29.-Crles. of Mrs. Fred Edtel.herg, when she was being br-alen by her a.'orni- er county olTicer, at- their home near this village last night, hiuu'jni io iiio rescue James W'ordcn, a neigh- bor, who in passing heard the wo- man's, agonising screams. On enter- ing the. Wortien was attacked by Ackelhcrg, and at the furious with the result that Kckelberg Mas struck dead-to the floor. Rherifl Vieth, of Monroe Coun- ly, who is here Invcsligating the case, has exonerated Wordtn. MEDICINE .HAT' KILLED 111, Briiwman J. killed abu-j't this '-morning near Shackleton, Swlc., noTlhWMl of Swift Current, mpiwMdlr by falling off the td 'a lengthy and lively discussion, the gist which was that the board fc, always ar.d always will be eager lo render the farmer any aoct all assistance in Us power. Commissioner Moffatl, at this point, submitted to hoard .a com- prehensive report ol his trip to the Kasl, which he declared would be found lo have been a success. Dur- ing ills absence he visited seven im- punani manufacturing cities of East- ern Ontario Toronto, Hamilton, Lordoh, Uranlfoid, Stratlnrd, Ouelph and Owen in each ot these places hft Interviewed manufac- turers who on hearing Ms proposi- tion, promised to look well Into the merits ol Slacleod before placing branch plants at any other place in .tte.Wesl. i Vrrsictpat Alien voiced his approval by saying that he felt the trip had been a' jucffs'sy ir.d he rrrf Ibaniful to Mr. lie had done-for the.lo'wn. The C.jN.H. then in'.'lor Ml. that the top nn ic of trade should get "an order with the rallKay that during 'the comtruc'tiot wotl on .t PEOPLE WHO ARE FOND OF FLOWERS WILL BE INTERESTED TO KNOW THAT WE HAVE MOVED FROM THE BAL- MORAL BLOCK TO THE COALDALE BLOCK, FIFTH ST, WHERE WE WILL SHOW CHOICE CRYSANTHEMUMS, POT- TED PLANTS AND FERNS. FRAGHE ;