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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta _ gahirtlay, November 80; 1012 THE tUTLY HERALD ALLOW ME TO PRESENT MY BEST FRIEND ROYAL MILADI EDITED BY "INO" PHONES Office 1824 Rtl. 1115 IN BUYING YEAST CA.KES BE CAfteFUL TO SPECIFY ROYAL SKfj DECLINE YEAST .CAKES E'W.SILLETTCO. LTD. TORONTO. WINNIfCO. KOHTRIAL. XMAS GROCERIES At Attractive Prices ..J5c ONIONS 5 pounds for............. CORN STARCH, 3 Ibs. LAUNDRY Starch package.......... LVLE'S SYRUP per can.......... OTTER BRAND SAL- MOM, can BEEF, Two for lOe aoc .45c ROAST BEEF 2 for Special I1.E5 20 Ibs. SUGAR for BEST ONTARIO CHEESE, Ib. APPLES, PER BOX i Westminster Store Near Ellison Mills Phone 364 J A MOTHER'S SONG Dear lltUo utio upon my breast, Not I'di1 tliy stiUo alone I lovo; But when thy dawn-bright oyeg un- close To mine, that watch theo from above, In soflcned mold I vaguely truce The'lines of his beloved face. Ah, little one, not solely mine, But mine and his, thus doubly sweet, And ours to guide on heavenward Dllth The journeyJngs of those little feet. Tig joy, not fears, that brings these ThonVt God's and ours through all Uceve Aid Hell. Hostesses on Monday Mrs. W. S. Cialbraith anil allot- wards on the first Monday of lite niontli. Osborne, Payne, Mooney, Williams, Saumlers, Whitney. McDonald, Cart- wriglit, Wayne and Simpson. Urilliantly lighted, the walls hung with garlands of green ami yellow bunting and the stage banked with the hall .presented a most attractive appeiiranee last even- ing on'the occasion of'the Hachclors1: annual ball. Cosy sitting out nooks were pro-; vjiicd, while easy chairs, backed with screens proved inviting'hi the inter-, yals between i Green shaded lights were used with; splendid effect lor some of the danc-. es. CiaskcH's six-piece orchestra left' nothing to be desired with regard the music, and. dancing was enjoyed j an exceedingly large number ul guests, fully one hundred and seventy- five being present. The large attendance was a graci- ons tribute to and acknowledgment of I the courtesy of the Bachelors, who Mrs. Harold n. Crow will receive idcal' ami their dance for HID first lime since comlnB from as Toronto, on Tursrtav next at her tllc "r'nce of the season' home, S02 Kcvciith St., K. married people graced the i dance, forming a distinctive ami pleas- Mrs. Bnflcy, oi Cardston, is a ant feature of the evening. guest will) Mrs. li. K. McArthur. i Supper was served down stairs, j where the guests were nil comfortably The third of a scries of monthly seated, and was uniquely enjoyable. musical services will lie held in Knox After supper extras were most kindly- church tomorrow evening when the Played Mrs.. Bourquc, Miss Gil- choir will render Stainer's, "The nioilr, Mrs. C. M. Arnold, Mrs. C..K. j Daughter of Mr. Cameron anJ Mr. west- Young, Miss Ecks'torm and Miss Mc- Crimmon: Rari ncr a a the g in Vork last lllgllli announMI, ..._.. Ira" was marked by particular- cm inspectors oi the Royal Dank, are ly smart gowned'-women, but space spc-nding a few days at the local will not permit a description of all branch. i the pretty coslumcs. The following j are a that were noticed Mrs. G. Jennings entertained the Mrs. Hugh chilion Oxford Euchre club last evening. Four mounted on pale blue .satin, tallies wore in play, Mrs. .lackson Mrs. C. P. P. Brussels and Mr. F. .font's winning the pretty applique veiling blue satin, trophies. I Mrs. C. satin with j exquisite lace garniture. A party was held last evening In1 C. R. Young-sequined tunic rs-, u, h d, LT iacc buiit ous kinds were In order, and a deli- H' J' beaded ov-, white satin. erdress with Ready For The Ice If you would be proficient in the healthy exercise of skating, you need a boot that has the combined ad- vantage of comfort, style and durability, only to be obtained in our shoe department Ladies' Hockey Shoes LADIES' CHROME LIGHTNING HITCH HOCKEY sizes O Price.................... .93.UU Skating Boots for Boys BOYS' CHROME LIGHTNING HITCH HOC- .-KEY 1 to 5; nc Also 1-2 sizes.............. The Ideal Shoe MEN'S .CHROME LIGHTNING, HITCH HOCKEY desicns, .ill sizes, per pair Men's Hockey Shoes MEN'S LIGHTNING HITCH HOCKEY chrome leather; with Elk hide counters and stfan fittings. ftrt All BizOS............... Skates For Speed Men's Chrome Lightning Hitch Hockey Shoes, with celebrated Climax Hockey Skate We have the largest selection of hockey shoes ever seen in the city of Lethbridge. Make a point to call in and .purchase a pair this evening and be ready HUDSON'S BAY CO. pink The Women's Missionary Soci- nty of Westminster cliurch will meet in the church at -three o'clock on Monday afternoon. Mrs. Sihley.'ol China, will give an address, and all Miss figured net with WASTE SETTLERS (r loyland is ready for the little ones Ready for the Grown-ups as well Folk> who take time by the, forelock will have a most complete assortment of every kind of Toy to select from, and will escape the hurry and confusion that the Final Buying Days will bring Dolls of All Kinds Jointed .Dolls, Dolls that opon and shut their eyes, Indestruct- ible dolls, Big Flaxen-haired dolls, dolls that wHl sit down and some that look almost as IT they would walk. Daintily and prettily dressed, all ready for the IHtlo folks. A Host of Mechanical Toys Railroad Trains with tracks to run them on; Hook and Ladder trucks, Automobiles, ships and hundreds of other automatic tovs to delight the hearts of boys and girls. Rubber Toys for the Kiddies We have a .splendid assort- ment of all kinds of anlmala, dolls, painted balls and rat- tles. Rocking Horses That will bring delight to the heart of any hoy; nicely dec- orated with fancy leather har- ness. Prices up to Dolls Furniture, Houses, and Tea Sets Wo have a. splendid range of every descripllon lo please tne most particular lilUu housekeeper. A large range In tin and China Tea Sets, nicely boxed and decorated. Tin Tea Sets, from 1n, China Tea Sets from up Musical Toys Our range is complete, wo also have "a splendid line of toy pliiiio.s at prices ranging from 60 cunts to WE ALSO HAVE A LARGE RANGE OF Toys and Games top numerous, to njentioti, all kinds of dogs. cats, sheep norw cacnons, soldiers and hundreds of other tlnv tasteful tors which ive you to see. 3rd Ave. S. Phone 13S4 Mrs. J. 0. liijavy black lace over blue satin. Mrs. D. H. Elton black plaited'lace and silver. Tlie Marquis and Marchioness of Btafford loft England recently Tor 'on British East Africa, and do not re- 1 Mrs. jet tunic on black turn until The Marchioness duchess satin of Stafford was before her marriage j fors. J. E. Hodgson-sequined gar- Lady 'Eileen Butler, who, with her nituie over amber satin. parents, the Earl and Countess of j Mrs. Bailey, white satin Lonesborongh, spent some months in 'en traine. Ottawa during the latter part of Earl Mrs. Ward, white .Miss DC satin. Miss pink satin .CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Grey's administration. The christening of the infant son of Sir Max Aitken, M.P., and Lady Ait- ken, took recently at their re- sidence, Cherklev Court, Lcatherhead, Mr Surrey, the ceremony being perform-" jaC( of Scotland, Pont street, S. and honorary chaplain to the Koyal Scot- tish Corporation. The child received the name of Peter Rudyard, and .his godparents were 'Mr. Rudyard Kip- beaded net over black, satin. Mrs. L. robe over white silk. Mrs. T. E. satin with heavy jet and fringe accessories satin with St. Monica's Guild Of St. Angus- tin's church intend conducting a tea room on Tuesday afternoon 'in co'h- nectibn with the annual'sale of work, "The Art. Needle-work Club will meet fw.hei? Ashing to treat their tricnds to the cup that cheers will be able io do so under most pleasant auspices. with Mrs. L. H. Fowler, Slfl Sixth Ave., S., on Monday afternoon. The Hospital Aid society will inert at three o'clock on Monday altirnocm with Mrs. C. F. P. Conybcare for sewing and business. All arc urged to attend, and new cnrs will be particularly welcome. Mrs. J. w. pink silk. Mrs. K. yellow chiilon veiling satin of -same shade. ling, Mr. Bonar Law, M.P.., and Mrs. Andrue. The Lethbriilgc Firemen entertain- ed at a concert and dance last even- ing, both being most enjoyable. The Hallowell Concert Co. provided an excellent concert in the Morris thea- tre, after which'a dance was held in the K. 0. P. hall. The concert, which included trom- bone, violin, clarionet and harp solos, was exceptionally well rendered, and Mr. Haberkooii, baritone, delighted all with his vocal selections. The company provided music for the dance at which over three hun- dred'were in attendance, among whom were Mayor Match and Miss Hatch. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. ShephanI, Mr. and Mrs. Hosel- ton, Mr. and Mrs.-II. Close, Mr. and Mrs. -J. Wad.Iell, .Mr. and Mrs.! Morton, Mr. ami Mrs. ('has. Knudt-j son, Mr. ami Mrs. A. Lippeitwell, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mock-ford, Mr. and Miss net mounted.or Mrs. C. M. Arnold (Brooks) pale blue satin with bandings of Oriental trimming. Mrs. R. E. chif- fon with slip of pale bhic satin. Mrs. C. T. satin with black? net overdress. Mrs. L. G. De foul- ard over black silk. Mrs. S. ,1. gown of blue chiffon built over deep yellow satin with lace elaboration. Mrs. F. W. silk nin- on hung on striped silk and satin in the same tone. Mrs. chiffon with corsage and underdrcss of purple vel- vet. Mrs. R. J. chiffon, over pink satin with fringe trimming. Mrs. A. B. blue chif- fon mounted on satin. Mrs. Malcolm grey sa- tin with lace. Mrs. W. H. veiling yel- low satin The Guild of St. 'Mary's church will satin: with pearl 'meet at the home oi Mrs. H. L. Rip-i ley, 181? Sixth Ave., A., N., on lion-1 day afternoon at three o'clock. All members are urged to attend, as the (late of the annual bazaar and con- Mondav's Mrs. Mahon, Mr. and Mrs. A. Kuril, Mrs. I'icicc, Mr. and Mrs. I'chrson, cr purple satin. Miss fur trimmcil Mr. and Mrs. Kolison, Mr. and Mrs. gown of pale blue satin. Long.jMr. and Mrs. Winters, Mr. nnd Miss' Ainslic-wlilie lucked chiffon i over satin. Miss shadowing Pale blue satin. Miss chiffon veiling j yellow silk. Miss I.ucv Mrs. G. Williams, Mr. and Mrs liuncc, Mr. and Jlrs. Bryan, Mr. and Mrs. Blckncll, Mr. and Mis. H. Cam- eron, Mrs. Cudoba, Mr. and Mrs. p. Horn, Mr. and Mrs. Hooker, the Misses Harvey, [irist, Fairhurst, Funstun, Davis, Baxter, Bryan, Anderson, Adam, Mahon, Whitney, Wlwlao.- Timnahf-, He lo'rv Sliephar'ci, Scbtr, SSiaith. Sta't- blue satin. silk with shirrings of same. Miss Ai Oriental triniming. cbarmeuse with tucked chlf- ford, Ritchie, Patterson, Pearson', Miss Hijinlwlhirn- Paukhurst, NeMig, Nrvt-n, Knapprii. foil over Hup MaKoiizie, McKay, Jutps, Jfifs I.'ri-h Hutlon. Jlar.Phre, Ryan' amljwitli rrrani inscrtinjs. Mr.ssrs. Hooker, I looker. Miss chiffo! T'Minison, -uyai.Minwinp; sine nl the same shade Cowan. Campbell, Cary, 'IrlgKi Hfiincit, Itranilnn, Anderson, Watson, Yjinhnni, Siu- clair, IVrk, I'iercr, olsim. .Miller, Harrison, Miller! Iliilliilai, Cninphpll, Herd, Andersiiu, Cronkitu, While waiting for a street car COME UP TO The Brown Betty Tea Room And have a rest and a good cup of tea. FOR THE TEA Cor. 3rd Avc. and Fifth Street PEOPLE ON. IRRIGATED LAND IN WESTERN STATES LEAVINa FOR CANADA Vancouver, Nov. .thou- sands of settlers on irrigated lands in. Idaho, Nevada, and Wyoming the abandoning their-claims and coming to Caiiada 'because of the expensive and inefficient manner in which the United States government is conduct- ing its reclamation enterprises, la the statement made by Dr. C. A.lHobart, Rupert, Idaho, who recently, sold his homestead, and arrived in Van- couver yesterday, with a view to hi- vesting in British Columbian Dr. Hobart says the government clamation enterprises are charged by UEeleSB expense, graft and Inefficiency and under existing circumstances set- tlors have but slight chance of mak- ing their annual payments. Leading American jewelers. have adopted the metric carat as the' stan- dard' weight for diamonds, the change becoming effective next July. Ladles' wish to impress it forcibly your mind tlint-we do Dye Wo upon and French Di-y-Clcau fancy waistsN skirts, suits, party dresses, rGbes" and opera cloaks, curtains, por- tieres covers and spreads.' .All kinds of.sample dyeing. If your last season's garment is "faded or you don't, like the color, we can dye it a darker .shade and make it look as 'good as new. A trial Border will convince our Ask those who pat- ronize us. rectified if call- ed to our attention. Out of (own Cust-oniei's promptly attended to. We pay express both wfiys on every order of or over ami