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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I lnifH% Octwbcr 3, mz THE LKTHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD �lOITCO av "INO" fHONKt: My God, how endlesa Is Thy love; Thy gifts ai'e every evening new; And morning mercies from above Cctitly distil like early dew. iThoii sprcad'Bt tlic ciirtolns' of llio might, Oreat Cluardlan of my �leo|�liig liourri; fThy Bovorlgn word re�toros the light, i And quickens all my alumberitiK iI Dowers. \ a yield my powers to Thy command, ITo Thee J conseerato my dnys; \ Perpetual blGBslngs from Thine hand loeniand perpetijal aongs of praise. -Uev. Isaac Watts. lIloat�bb�B tomorrow: Mrs. T, F, Klrkham and Mrs. Stanley klrkhnm. / Mrs. Alfred K. McOuIre, iAVi Fourth St. S., for tho first time since her mtu'rlap[8, from fpur to six In the afternoon and from eight to nine In the eventtig. ^' ; "   Mrs. John T. Burns is able to be out Bfter Hor recent lllnosB. uVIrs. Hull, or Calgary, is spending b few days lu the city.  * * Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Downer have returned ^oday from a short trip to Bpokane; � ;*. Mrs. -C. Ives Invited in a tew in-tlmato Iriehds'at the tea hour yostor-cluy.'  \-   ,. -Mr. James Goorad and Mr. Fred Uownef, Jr., will return tomorrow- from a few days', fthootlng in the CardstoA district.  � � Tho Wiwes Phillips, of Toronto, have arrived iD the city on an extended visirwlth Mrs. II. .1. H. Skeith, - Mrs. P,H,. Mewburn and' Mr. Arthur Ktowbucn leave tomorro.w for Torojiip,; where they will spepd the . \ud;:j*r8. W. A. Freeburger, who it.nt the summer in Bilalrmore, haveretiirned to the oity aiid will re-Kidc at 1504~81xth Avenue South. Mrs. Malcolm Young received yesterday afternoon for the first time this season and welcomed a goodly number of callet^ during the late afternoon. �, ' �  �   Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Jones, of High River, arrive 'tonight to visit wlthi Mr. and Jlra. W. D. U. llardle. Mr. and Airs., ^V. b. Murphy, o( Winnipeg, will iUTlvo next week to be their guests .ujbo. ; ' .  * * Dr. C. P. P. and 'Mrs. Conybeare, of .Hiveryiew, announce the engagement of their younger daughter, ISialne, to Mr. Frederick flrnest Fisher. An announcement luncheo^i was given by Mrs, Conybeare today, in which blue and white predominated in the decorative scbeme, which was ex-preased In exquisite white roses held ,in a dainty basket caught with pale blue nlbbpn, and blue willow china. Grouped around the effective board were Mrs. McKlllop, Mrs. J. i\V. Mc-Nicol, Mrs. F. .H. Mewburn, Mrs. P. L. Nalsmith, Mrs. Duff, Mrs. B. H. Wilson, Mrs. W. S. Galbraith, Mrs. W. B. Burnett, Mrs, H. Bentloy, Mrs. Hull, (Calgary); Mrs. J. K. LMthbrldge and Mrs. W. H. McL�Hand. �   �  Mn. C. F. Baltk, LoBdon Road, entertained atthstM. hour yesterday In courtesy to h�r inter, Mrs. Hornl-brook, of Calgary, when crimson rosea formed a pioturetque adornment. About twenty guests were bidden. A book guessing contest furnished Interesting dlversiotjy . .V  � Mr. DeWe^ Wedd, of the Imperial Bnnk at Michel, B, C, and Mr. Martin-dale of the Bank o{ lM[ontreal at Hos-mer, B. C, will be among tbd gtiests at the dance to be glvep tomorrow evening by Mrs. .7. O. Wilson, Mra. h. iM. Johnstone and Mrs. W. R. Seatlc. Mr. Barnes, of Macleod, will also at tend and during; hie stay In the city will be a guest with Mrs. T. B. Neale.  roiiipt-ly t'oi- Bread, Cakes, Pastry Sale ovevy SiUiirday. I\|r8. .1. It, Itieharilsoii Clubs and Societje* 155 Number discharged du^-lng month 71 Deaths.................. 6 Number of patients in hospital September .30............ 70 Transient's discharged during ' month.................. 5 Total .. .... .. .. ,. ., 155 I.K3west number during month  Highest number during month . Dally average during month .. . Number of hospital daj's for private patients............ N#mber of hospital days forward patients (paying) .... Number of hospital days for ward patients (free) .. 61 75 1)7 S5l 305 Total ninnber of hospital days for month..........2005 Number of operations under gen- � era! anaesthetic .. .. .� .... -H Number of patients treated In outi door department.......... 18 Number of dressings In outdoor department.............. 98 Donations-Flowers, Flower Guild, Gait Park, Mrs. Hedley, Fruit, Ladi-as' Aid Society. Cake and toys, . Sick Room Sunbeams. Magazines, misb Macbeth. Chair, Mr. W. D. Barcldy. Cheque for Nurses' Home, Mr. W. B. Barclay. The Flower Guild will visit the Gait Hospital tomorrow afternoon, when donations of flowers are kindly solicit, ed, *-  The Oxford Kuchx-e club will meet for re-organization tomorrow evening, with Mrs. Bernard, 307 Seventh av- C. P. R. NEW BRANCH LINE Moose Jaw, Oct. 2.-The C. P, R. have deposited their plan, profile and book of. reference in the land titles' j office, Moose .law for their proposed ' new line from Moose Jaw southwesterly to link up with the Lethbrldge-Weyburn line. "Words are useless to express the wonderful magic of White Swan yeast, bread? Why we have never had such luxury on our table before." Sold in packages of 6 cakes tor uc. Free aam-ple sent by AVhite Swan Spices & Cereals, Limited, Toronto, Ont. ' SPOKANE MEN ENTHUSIASTIC Fred Downer on Boosting Trip Found Business Men Elmy Working Up Big Excursions to Lethbridge-He Addressed Convention of Editors V'l want, to tell ypu thoie are a lot of cni.hu.sia.stic boosters down in Spokane, and a big crowd of them arc coming to Lethbridge to attend the Dry-Farming Congress," said Fred W. Downer, chairman ol the Lethbridge Board ot Contiol, on his return from tlie Inland I'impire. city thi.'i morning. "It's a sure thins tluit we will 1>avo a big crowd from there, and thgyare coming in a special train. They have .set aside next Tuesday noon as a special hour lor, the business men to meet and dlscu.s.'i plans for attending the Dry-Farming CongraHS, and they have dosigpateil it 'lUy-Fanning Day.; I met nearly overyh'ody in .Spokane-nt'ver .saw .so many boosters in niy lil'e in one' place before, and they are very warm lowar(|s Lethbridge. They have got a biij fair, and wfi will havo to travel auuic to licat them in the showing they arc nmkini!; of grains, gra.sHt'.s, irnit and vcge-table.s, bul; I told tlicm we had them boul; a mile .ilrpody, and we have got to do it, too.' Our farmers in the .south country slionlil gel' busy ; wc appceciato that Vlu'y have \ii\en busy, that tlicy liavp been doing tjlot, and that they are |)lannin^ It) : do a Kit tiinvt'-hut Utey ha>> kvi id niate a higher speed If ilH'y uti". i^piug in wicsl/th(! big prlviM.s (il. iliu IH'y-t'ann-j ed Products' exposition (torn that; crowd down iii tli� i'liiland V'nipli'f, J Un their (air had evliibilK ttoui all FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS BKat 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 are "afternoon" tea aprons trimmed with very fine val- onclemis laco, hemstitched and em-broidery bendnd, with silk ribbon rim through. Regular values up to 11.00, Friday and Satur-� day,...................... 45c CHILDREN'S JAMS In felts, velvets corded and leather, colors aro cardinal, navy anil brown. Regular up to *i.25; l^riday and Saturday ............... 45c CHILDREN'S WHITE BEARSKIN HATS - Mushroom shape, regular value $2.00. Friday and Saturday.............. 45c WOOL SHAWLS-Fancy knitted and honeycomb In w|bite, grey, pink; and cardinal. HeKUlar values up to P,M. Friday ana Saturday ............. $1.00 Two only, Ladies' Fall Suits Reg. $25.00 for $5.00 each One is blask Venetian cloth, and the other i'3 AmotJiyst, Cheviot, ;t"i iciigth. Iplain tailored coat. Friday morning at 8 a.m. for................. $5.00 Another Sale of Ladies* Smartly Tailored Fall Suits .00 Material* are of the tinwt quality Imported French pure wool serges In black and navy, grey whipcord, tweeds In plain stripea and heather effects. Styles are in plein mannish effects, plain taMored skirts and the new 32 In. coat. Coats are all satin lined while ' for workmanship, fit and finish we do not hesitate to aay they are fibsurpassed. All alstui here for your selection. Regular values up tn 930. Friday and Saturday $15.00 MEN'S" PANTS, made from high grade Imported English tweeds, and worsteds, cut in the moat up-to-date-jnodels, good'linings and workmanship. SlKes 33 to 42; values up to 12.75. Friday; alid Satur-""'----- day, per palr.^.^ $1.75 MEN'S .ORANDRILL SHiRT�4Bpgv' llsh make, large aad roomi;, jue^.ltlie shIrC tor, mia�ni>. rallwsyaiM,^ Vtt^ Slses 14 1-2 to 16 1-2. HeeuiNlHvtU ues 85 cents. Fritey Md; AMj'^ ' Saturday ,.........�,....,.,.: � VwV BOYS' COAT 8WEATEM,. blgh>�0li lars In grey, navy, end. tan, 'trim� med in navy, bro^vn and'Hied. Siaeti 21; to 32. Friday aad QJflik SAturdaiy .. MEN'S HAkF HOSE, bMkvy kiii� wool, black. Sizes 10, M.^^v'and^' Regular value Sr>c ptftv Friday and Saturday -.mnKBfj Feur Pair* fer''1-.W PENMAN'S NATURAL' WOOU:>IM>Kt DERWEAR FOR MKN, iiamvy :tt^ ^ bed, sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42; a��:44; Not many drawers in tliia eMwrt^ ment). Regular valiie. �H60'''iiiii meu't. Friday and Saturday, per garment .;,. ECHOES FROM THE BAHLEnELD Before such an onslaught ol' Lethbridge shoe buyers that' visited our store during- the Shoe Sale last weejc, oiir .sale iiuiiibei's quickly di.su]>|)'eared, but owing, to tjie congested-.slate of the de))*rtment a few Ladies' Shoes escaped notice.. To put a iitling touch,to this week's Bargain Specials, vvc are clearing these SB.50 to $5.00 values (the bulk of which are of the latter price) out at a "quick fixing' price." This final flutter includes, grey, patent and tan pumps, beaded slippers, three-strap kid dre.ss pumps, kid blucher cut 0.\fords, with patent tip and tan blucher cut boots. Among these arc. the celebrated EDWIN C. BU�T MAKE. Come early! FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, PER PAIR GIRLS' SCHOOL SHOES with patented tip. A dre'ssy, but durable shoe and guaranteed throughout. Regular ?2.00 to 52..^f^. Sfze.s 8 to 10% Friday and Saturday ^-l OC Per pair .........9 I mvO Sizes 11 to 2. Friday and Saturday pair $1.55 MEN'S PROSPECTING BOOTS in Oil Tan, Tan Calf, Taji Memelhlde and black. Reg- - ular values up to $5.00; Frl- and Saturday, per pair...... $3.50 MEN'S TAN AND PATENT OXFORDS, blucher cut; all solid leather, regulkr values $3.50 to $4.00. Friday & Saturday, pair $1.75 CHILD'S VICI BLUCHERS witiv patent tip. Sizes 3 to 7. K�p-ular values $1.25;.Friday and � Saturday per pair ......... 95c BIG BARGAINS IN OUR DRY GOODS DEPT. FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY A bis variety of French Flsnnels will be placed o;i our bargain counters including bluo and black grounds with small and largo white spots, also Paisley and other patterns. Kesular values 50c to 'Oc. � J^Qj^ Frida.v and Smturda.v, per yard----. ALL WOOL SCOTCH PLAIDS, eight different patterns to choose from, us well as Shepherd's Checks. This line is particularly suited for Children's wear, and at the price should leave us without a yard. Regular value 7Sc to 85c. Friday and Saturday per yard .4wlw LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S UNDER,WEAR' ' Our entire lot of summer underweto.-7-,* LADIES' VESTS; regular 50o to 7Jci^Uj^5 Friday and Saturday........... C^^: CHILDREN'S COTTON DRAWEM- exposition, and V believe a U^r^e nun�-bcr of tlicm will come. "If a lot of those newspaperman come to l,othbrklgo we will;'liave the greatoal uniount ot publlcitij, 'wo ever had. and It will redound to our credit. A Big Man "Daniel Morgan, the Spokane nieU!-ber of the board of governors of the ConRToas, showed me every courtes.v possible, and he Is one of the big men of Spoltano. I met \V. D. VIncont, the banUnr, and ho Is coming to the Congress as one of the official leprosent-ntives 01' the bankers of the United States. Martin .1. Wesaels, tlw curator of (ho Spokane Chamber of Commerce, Is collecting and i)r�paring the f.N-hllilt they aro goiiis to install here, and from what 1 saw of il, It Is go-liiK lo opt'u the eyes of tiVftryoiio �( K.'udlnK. , One of the Hustlers -Otiu dl' liu.sllerH of tlie city Is Tom Wall, the gt?nerul asent of the Canadlun l^'aoifiit Railway, and in hint l.t'thbiidKO has a .No. I booster. llo REVERSIBLE CRETONNES iu red, green and bluo ground with hand somoly designed borders, suitable for Portiers and Coverings. Also tlH'ee pieces of Printed Scrim in popular Oriental designs. HcBular values 25c per yard. PRID.VY AND SATim> -t^^ft DAY, per yard..............................  fcsU MADRAS MU^LINe:-4li to 52 inches wide, with fancy t>iktt�rnei 111' splendid variety of shades. Regular values up to *1.00. JfEg^'-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, per yard................... LOOK! A 20lb. sack of B. C. Granulated Sugar for $1.10 on Friday and SatWrday To everyone purchasiny $2,50 worth of groceries ori Friday and Saturday we are making this unusual offer of a 20lh. sack ofB,C. Sugar for $1.10, NOTE! $2,50 worth must be purchased to secure this price concession ; We niso wisli lo oiiipiiasi/e the ract that ourstock of strictly high grade groceries includes cvcrylhiiig the fastidious housekeoper coiiUl desire. .Pickles, Relishes, (jauned Good of fill des-r criinions. Our Teas and OolTe(>s art! all of the richest and purest hleuds and represent a high slainlai'd of (excellence. _ " ^ 'f('.le|jlion your orders in and tht\v will be iironiptly attended to: (ili'.Ofeiw plione 313. BARGAINS Sak Goods Are For Cash Only And Cannot Be Exchanged BARGAINS Ill an-aufTiiiK tor ilio Kpoolal Irnin, and has made a Kciiriduld lUul calls lur Its U'uviu.i; Spokno on Siuul.v ev-i^niHK, 0f:UiliPV -I), avrivlaw hero early Monday inoruius, and liclna' parki'd !fi>r their stay on.tlin parklug e,roundB lo llii! on.st. ti will bo a palatial train, Inu, and:the vai^-. tiial hu.� beevi nuuU' ibj.h wourtev--$15.'iri I'ov the round trip hillroad i'aro, with V.^M e.vlra I'or ti double lower bevth for two peof.de for tli-a entire trip., Tlib.re will be a, special diner attached tp tli�i ivnln and nioal.'* will he sarvtal u la uarto, whlU^ (he i''aruiorti' Hand, a Mpuclal [calms ijrttlwriid for this ouca-sluu i;r9H> ajpv^ ons the best muslcian.i ot tha <}U5"�j^4'.^ .surroiindiag country, will be 'tf^(l*li'i? alonK, aud will be in evJdoMO aj'l'iv liiiio ot thcMr Biay In LelbbrlC^j^aVf^""}''''- ;