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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlim'sdny, (Motor THE DAILY ITERALl) Page V MILADI 'iOITEB IV "INO" 1H4 My Clod, how oudleBB is Thy love; Thy Bids arc every evening new; Anil morning mercies from above Gently distil like early dew. jriiou spruail'st the curtalna' of Uio night, i Great Guardian of ray sleeping hours; 1 tThy sovorigu word restores the light, And quickens all my slumbering powers. yield my powers to Thy command, 'fa Tlieo I consecrate my cloys; 'orpettliil blessings from Thine hand aml porpeiiial songs of praise. Isaau Wutts. i Ic'jteEseB tbinorrow Mrs. T. F. Klrkham and Mrs. Stan- ley KlrkliHni. Mis Alfred R MoGuIrt 141 Touitll ,81. S.. !o> tlia.' first time since her intimate from fpur to in the if tornoou i id from eight lo nine iu the Jlrs. John T. Burns is able lo be out after her recent Illness. Mis Hull of Calgiiv is spending u few days lu the city Mr. and Sirs. F. W Downer have re- lumed today from a short trip to Spokane; ilis U t Wes nulled iu a lew m timatoU'rilends at 'the tea hour yester- day. Mi James Coniad anil Mi Fred Downer ji letniu tomorrow from a few da) a shooting in the Cardston dlstilct The Phillips, of Toronto, Lai" ii'l vert 1" till, city on au extend CL -visit with Mrs 11 I II Skeitb i H Mewburn and Mi Arthur Mow.burn leave tomorrow for iorojito where they will spend tbe ud Mi 8 Pieehurger who sp nt the summei in Rlairmoie have returned to the eitj and will re side at ijOl Sixth Avenue South Mrs. Malcolm Young received yes torday afternoon for the first time ihls season arid welcomed a goodly number 'calleis the late af- ternoon. Mi% uiid -Mrs. .1. S. .Jones, of High niver; arrive '.tonight to visit withl Mr. and -Mrs. D. L. llardie. Mr. and Mrs., W. 15. Murphy, of. AVInnipec, will arrive next week to be their guests also. Dr. C. P. P. and Mrs. Conyheare, of Jtiverview, announce the engagement of their younger daughter, Elaine, to Mr. Frederick Ernest Fisher. 'An announcement luncheon was giv- en hy Mrs. Conyheare today, in which blue and white predominated in the decorative scheme, which was ex- pressed iu exquisite white roses held ,in a dainty basket caught with pale hlue ribbon, and blue willow ohina. Grouped iironnd the effective board Mrs. McKlllop, Mrs. J. Mc- Jiicol, Mrs. F. .H. Mewbnrn, Mrs. P. L. Naismith, Mrs! Duff. Mrs. E. H. Wil- son, Mrs. W. S. Galhraith, Mrs. W. B. Burnett, Mrs. H. Bentley, Mrs. Hull, Mrs. J. H. Lethbrldge mid Mrs. W. It; McLallnnd. Mm C. F. Smith, London lload, ertained at. tht'.'tw. hour yetttrday n courtesy to Hornl- u-ook, of Calgury, when crimson roses 'ornied a ploturestitio adornment. About twenty guests were bidden. A )ook; guessing contesl furnished in- tereathig dlverslon> Sir. Dewis'y of tlie- "Imperial Bunk at Michel, D. C., aud Mr. Martin- dale of the of JJoiitreal mer, B. among-'tlid siiests at the dancu to be 'given tomorrow evening by Mrs. .i. 0. WilHOil, Mi's. L. M. Johnstoiie aud Mrs. W. R. Seatle. Mr. Barries, of Macleod, will also at- ;eiid and during hlB stay ill the city will be a guest with Mrs. T. H. Ncale. A quiet wedding Va-s soleniniy.ed at tbe nome.of the groom's brother, Mr. C S. Donaldson, 414 Thirteenth St. N., at a; quarter to eightMast evening, when Miss S. .1. Lode, recently of Scotland, was joined In matrimony to Mr.'.Thomas S..Donaldnoti. Miss Elsie Johnson, also a receni arrival from Scotland, .was .bridesmaid while Mr. J. S. Johnson supported the groom. Rev. tied the nutplal knot iu tin) piesence of onlj a few immediate, lelatives ind filends Mr and "Uis Donaldson will reside iu the city; f A piettj wedding was celebiated bj the G Cameron at manse at eight o'clock last evenin: when Miss Gladys Echo Hunt, of Him River, became the bride of Mr. Henry Newton Becker, of Becker and Yates of this city. Both bride and groom were unat- tended. Mr. and Mrs. Becker left on an extended trip to Vancouver, Vic torla, Seattle and Portland and upon treir return will take up their real dence in the new home recently built by the groom at 1251 Sixth Ave. A. S. "n 5 At All Saints' Cathedral, Halifax, yesterday, Edith Grace Worrell, daugb ter of the Bishop of Nova Scotia, was married to Rev. James J. Stewart. A -fashionable military wedding took place at St. John's Church, Moose -Taw, last night, the contracting parties be- ing Frank Garnet Dlindas Quirk, bar- rister, Moose Jaw, son of Major T. J. Quirk, of aiotherwell, Ont, and Miss Florence Celoia Kent, daughter of the late George "W. Kent, Moose Jaw, and Mrs. Florence Kent, Vnncouver. The Venerable Archdeacon Wells Johnson officiated. The In-other officers of the groom's regiment, the 95th, acted as ushers. Walter E. Seaborn, her bro- ther-in-law, gave the bride away. i PEACE RUMOR DENIED Homo, Oct. Italian. Foreign office this morning have got male a; hiKller if Ibev are KOing I" wrest Illc' big pri'.ss al Ibc Dry-'rynr.- r-d 1'roducts exposition from that, erowil 111 the Knlaud Kmpire, 1'or tln-ir iitir had evliibit.s iroiu all i over Washington, and Oregon. Addressed Pressmen "J invited lo meet, the, editors of the Inlami Knipire, who verelioW-M ing a convention in Spokane-ycster-i day, and I addressed them at length, telling tin-in of our plans, and extend- ing lo them a heai'ty invitation to attt'iid the Congress antj exposition, and 1 helieve a hirgc mm> her of ihcm will come. "If u lot of thcsfl newspajier men come to hullibridge we willjiave the greatest nmount of ever had. ami it will redound to our credit. A Big Man "Daniel Morgan, the Spokane nit-Us- her of the, hoard of governors of the! CojiRTess, showed me every coiirleay j possible, and he is one or big men i ni" Spokane. I met D. Vincent, the} banker, and he is coming to the Con-j gross as one of the official represent- j a lives oi" tlie bankers of the United Srates. Martin J. Wesaels, ciMMior of liie Spokane C'hainber of Commerce, is collectinp; and the liihit they are got us to install hero, and from xvhat 1 paw of it, it is go- ing to open the eyes of evei'yom- al- Onc of the Hustlers ni ihi? in' ilu? city Tom the of tho CnnLidhin Paeifii- Hailway, and in him j has ;i No. L llo FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS the Hudson's Bay Open wide your eyes everybody, for here is something worth reading. Bargains reign supreme here Friday and Saturday LADIES' WHITE LAWN APRONS- Some in regular "house maids" .'.stylo, others am "afternoon" tea aprons trlnnnud with very fine val- oncioniis lace, and cm- broidery bendod, with silk ribbon run .through. Regular values up to Friday aud Satin-- day. tva 11 y iv 45c ,'CHILOREN'S JAMS in corded and leather, colors arc car- dinal, navy and brown. Regular up to Friday and Saturday...... IwW CHILDREN'S WHITE BEARSKIN HATS shape, regular value Friday and 45c WOOL knitted and honeycomb in wjiite, grey, pink, and cardinal. Regular values up ;to Friday and Irtft aatnrday I .UU Two only, Ladies' Fall Suits Reg. for each One is black Venetian cloth, and the other fe Amethyst, Cheviot, vt-4" I plain tailored coat- Friday morning at 8 a.m. gg QQ Another Sale of Ladies' Smartly Tailored Fall Suits Materials are of ;the finest quality imported French pure wool serges in black and navy, grey whipcord, tweeds In plain stripes and heather effects. Styles are in pUia man- nish effects, plain taHored skirts and the new 32 In. cont. Coats are all satin lined while for workmanship, fit and finish we do not hesitate to say they are lihsurpassed. All sizes here for youiv selection. Regular values up to 130. Friday and Saturday MEN'S PANTS, mado from high grade imported English tweeds, and wor- steds, cut in the most up-to-dato' .models, good'linings and: workman- ship. Sizes 33 to up to J2 75. Friday and Satur- dnv, per pair.. MEN'S .GRAN-DRILL ____f Huh make, laige and loouay, juaji the shirt for mmera, etc. Sizes 14 l-2'to-iG'l-2. RegulittKvaU ues 85 cents. Friday, and, Saturday ECHOES FROM THE BATTLEFIELD PENMAN'S NATURAL DERWEAR FOR bed, sizes J4, 3b, 38, 40, 42, aad many drawers ju this ment) Regular ment. Friday and Sat urday, per garment Before siicli-uii'onslaught of Lelhbridgp shoe bu> eis' visited our store during the Shoo Sale our sale numbers quickly disappeareil, bill owiiig to the congealed state of .the deimrtment a few Ladies' Shoet, notice. To put a littino- totiehj.o this Bargain Special-, vve are clearing 'these to S5.00 (the Imlk oj 'which are of the latter price) onl at a "quick fixing1 piiee This final flutter includes, grey, [latent and tan pumps, beaded slippers thieestrap kid dress pumps, Kid Mueller cut Oxfords, with patent tip and un bluchei cut booh Among these are. tho celebrated EDWIN C. BTJRT MAKD Come earls' FRIDAY -AND SATURDAY, PER PAIR GIRLS' SCHOOL SHOES with patented tip, A dressy, but durable shoe and guaranteed throughout. Regular 52.00 to 52.50. 8 to 10V2 Fri- day and Saturday 4 Per pair .........9 Sizes 11 to 2. Fnday ff< EC and Saturday pair MEN'S PROSPECTING BOOTS in Oil Tan, Tan Calf, Tail ilemelhide and black. Heg- ular values up to 55.00; Fri- and Saturday, per pair MEN'S TAN AND PATENT OX- FORDS, blucher all solid leather, regular values to 54.00. Friday Saturday, pair CHILD'S V1CI BLUCH'ERS witli patent tip. Sizes 3 to 7. Res- nlar values .and Saturday per BIG BARGAINS IN OUR DRY GOODS DEPT. FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY A big variety of French Flannels will be placed on our bargain counters including blue and black grounds will', small and large white spots, also Paisley and other pat- terns. Regular values 50c to title. A Friday and Saturday, per yard..... ALL WOOL SCOTCH PLAIDS, eight dif- ferent patterns 10 choose from, us well as Shepherd's Checks. This line is partic- ularly suited for Children's wear, and at the price should leave us without a yard. Regular value 75c to S5c. JOn and Saturday per -Hi- iif A u'ood hair ribbon He.iriilar values loc to per yard Halurday per yard CRETONNES AND SCRIMS AT HALF PRICE I BOYS' COAT lurs in. grey, navy, and.-itaa, trinf. ined in navy, hrown 2fi to 32. Friday and Saturday MEN'S HALF HOSE, IWXMJ 'ribbed wool, black. Sizes Regular Vic pair. Friday and Saturday -fcWW Four. Pairs LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR Our entire lot of summer LADIES' VESTS: regular 50c to 75c i" Friday aud Saturday...... CHILDREN'S COTTON up to 12 years. Regular 4 30c; Friday and Saturday...... I Fiidav and S'cents MADRAS to 5- inches wide, with fancy patterns irt splendid variety of shades. Regular values up to ?1.00. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, per yard........... LOOK A 20lb. sack of B. C. Granulated Sugar for on Friday and Saturday fcX To everyone purchasiny worth of groceries on _____ Friday, and Saturday we are making this unusual offer of a sack of B.C. Sugar for NOTE! worth must be pur- chased to secure this price concession "urstock of sirii-.tly higli rade groceries J wish oini I ho iVisiidious licmsrkociK-r ,-ouhl.lesi ,v. .I'icklos, Rt-lish.-s ,.l nil (cs- Our 'I'ons and CollVcs MIX- all of vl.o rielu'sf ami purosl: lilcuds and roprosunl a higli of cxrflliMicc. I0 T.-.IC-I.IIOIH- orders iu ,-nid il.oy Sale Goods Are For Cash Only And Cannot Be Exchanged ssaaKffiSHffiar; ,v- iriii- ior Un-ir auy on Bi'ouudS! double Uiwerba'Ui lornvo _. ft..n s trip. yiitre uiu be a .'.''i liie that lal diuvr al'aofe.l 10 .vain M.I f' I.! a to i meal, vr.ll b, 1. moruius. ami Wh.s 1-arknl j nillroail 'faro, with SV.uu extra for aMh, biir.ncrs Baml, a fva..... for occasion from :tm- obS bcil musicians oi the cit5; aid coinilry. lahtu nloiis. nml will eViJmco .il! jlia of llirir sni.v i" ;