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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta October I. THB-LKTHBHIDOB DAILY HERALD MILADI EDITED BY "INO" ''.Summer is dead was the wlml tliat spiiK't- In ilin mantle'ol Uin soiulire which Is Iwlug helil in Hint city. Mr. H. W. Hnroluy, Third AVP., ccleliniteil bis twenty-ninth birthday 'The sumach hush imliirls a scarlet j on Monday evening, when a number ol friends spent a pleasant cvoiilng at bis homo, (lames anil music were in SIKH Tliu sore rush signals it in stream and lake Koundcth a requiem In gilded Where mateless hirds a lonely late repine fl'lic sky is veiled in teats each srey cputine llespeaks the shrunken hraiu'h the leaves forsake. 1 laugh with rud-ly autumn in the morn il sound his praises in the golden light; ]lut when high noon luis passed and nivcti night Comes rushing down, order and were much enjoyed by the i Mr. llolderson, Sixteenth St., eele- I hrated bis birthday at his home last, ovening, when a number of friends called to wish him many happy rc- I turns. The bouse was profusely ilccor- ated with sweet peas. OamM and music were' much enjoyed, the strv- Ing of n sumptuous menu concluding the pleasant event. liolorc leaving Fertile plains Hoard BUSINESS MEN wishing 11 'luliit chat with ft friend during the noon hour Utid It convenient unit nluan- ant to taku lunch ut The Brown Betty Tern Room Corner Third Am. niid'ufth. Sti'cut Soutb Hose, travelling secretary ot the men's Missionary Movement is re- turning to Toronto from Vancouver. Knox church choir will meet lor practice tills evening at nine o'clock instead of eight on account of the preparatory communion service. The Adult Bible Class of Westmins- ter church belli a ilellghUul social roily last evening, about forty-five, ing in attendance. Two guessing con- were much enjoyed. Miss .Jones read a report from a recent conven- tion. The musical program, which was very fine, included a vocal solo by Mr. Stott, an Instrumental sclcc- Mr. M. S. JIcArlhur left today to a short time in Calgary. side in this city. .Mrs. P. L. Naismith is expected liae'i- Iron? a short stay iu L'algary to- morrow night. .Stafford) are rejoicing over the liirlli of a sou in this city on Octoher Mrs. J. C. Stewart will entertain at an informal thimble ten tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. Henry Clalvin and Miss Helen Galvin will return tomorrow from an. extended visit iu Kansas City. Dr. Calgary, was a city Visitor .today. Mr. W. P.' MacDonald returned -yes- terday from Edmonton, where he has lieen sinco May. Miss Dora Rogers" has returned from an extended visit in Winnipeg, nnd is a guest with Mrs. W. H. Sea- tie. Mr. Norman S. King, of Swift Cur- rent, will arrive in the city tomor- row to spend tile week-end with his sister, Miss iMarion T. King. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Kodeli .McKay, ot Stratford, Out., are visiting Mends in ths city and will visit iu Calgary nnd Edmonton before returning cast. Mr. 'ill M. Hose, travelling secre- lary of the Laymen's Missionary Movement, and Mrs'. Rose, arc regis- tered at the Alexandra en route from Vancouver to Toronto- Mr. Hose will deliver addresses in the three Angli- can churches on Sunday. Mrs. W. H. Conihear, Mrs. Thomas 'aylor and Dr. Detwller left ycstir- ay morning for Moose Jaw to at- end the W. U. T. U. convention, t wedding was soldi The Whist Drive and Social in Un- ity hall last night, under Ihe aus- of St. Mary's Men's society, i C Mr. and Mrs. Taylor will reside in second the citv. Clubs and Societies holder, Mrs. "Arnold gentlemen's first prize, military set, Mr. J. V'ns- worth second prize, shaving set, Mr. Coles. The consolation prizes were' awarded respectively to Mrs. lirooks. The regular meeting bt the Luther and Mr. Blair. Refreshments were Lengne of 'St. Paul's First Lutheran then served, after which the tallies church Was. held last evening at the were removed for the concert and home of Key, C. Oranl. The topic, j dance. Mr. Scott opened with "Wheni "Lutheran "Pioneers in Foreign Mis-1 the Ebb Tide the encore he- was ably taken ny Mr. 11. ing "The Sea is England's Glory." Guldseth. A reading hy Mr. Eliot- Messrs. II. O. Kilner and W. Stott son and a solo hy Miss Kuiist were1 rendered the duet "Excelsior" hcau- miich enjoyed hy'the goodly numheri lilully, hut had no other song with present. I which to give an encore. Mr: C. Far- rant was encored for his rendering ot The Ladies' Aid of Knox church "Rocked in the Cradle of the The held a splendid meeting yesterday'at- after 'which Mr. Htptl sang ternoon, forty members being, present being heartily applauded.' and three new members enrolled. The j Hey. C. H. Pophani, in a short time was spent in planning for the, speech, thanked all those who had poster sale, which promises to be dc-1 helped to "make the afiair a'success, cidedly uniiiue and will he held Nov.] both by patronage and by hard work, 1 13, 13 and II. A number of articles: especially those ladies who so kindly' helped the Men's Society with the refreshments. He said the Men's So-i ciety Intended holding a series ot whist drives and socials during the j and this first cfiort i augured well for the success ot ttiose Twenty' members of St. Cyprian's to follow. He was very glad to sec Parish Auxiliary attended the meet- it was a success, as with the build- Ing, which was held yesterday after- ing of the new church oi St. Mary's noon. The lime was spent in" sewing this month, any .material benefit from for the bazaar, which will be held in these entertainments would he wel-.i the S.O.E. hall on the afternoon and come. Mrs. .Jackson accompanied at evening of Nov. 5. the piano, both for the singing and Mrs. Arthur lUyr and Mrs. IX A. I dancing, in her usual excellent man-, Taylor were the tea hour hostesses. ncr, and a very pleasant evening was A pleasant feature was the brought to a close at 1 a.m. with of Mrs. M. Rose, who with Mr. I the singing ot the National Anthem. were received yesterday for the baby booth, which is to be a feature. Mrs. .1. 15. Murray, Mrs. W. .J. McCambty and Mrs. H. S. Smith were the hostesses. JJ_ Sunlight Soap TKc Acme of Purity in Laundry Soaps. Those white fleecy garments, those dazzling white linens, owe the very essence of their cleanliness to Sunlight Soap. One cake of Sunlight is easily equal to half of a woman's labor at the wash-tub, saves all the rub and wear and not the'slightest injury to hands or fabric. Just try Sunlight. 5c. a bar. The name LEVER Guarantee of Purity on Soap it a nd Excellence: _ for 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 Some in regular "house maids" style, others uro "afternoon" tea aproui .trimmed with very fine val-, 'lace, hemstitched and em- broidery bended, with silk ribbon run tbro'ugh. Regular up to Jl.OO. Satur- CB up iv 45c CHILDREN'S TAMS iu feitfi, velvets. corded and leather, colors are car- di-rwl. navy and brown. Regular in) 10 tl.25; Alir Saturday-......'...'...... HWW CHILDREN'S WHITE BEARSKIN HATS .Mushroom shape, regular value 12.00 45ft Saturday WOOL knitted and honeycomb In Willie, grey, pink, and cardinal. Regular values 'up to fth Saturday............. 9 I Tttiobnly, Ladies' Fall Suits Reg. for each One ie black Venetian cloth, and the other fe Amethyst, Cheviot, IM length, plain tailored coal, Saturday morning at S a.m. for Another Sale of Ladies' Smartly V Tailored Fall Suits Materials are of the finest quality imported French pure wool serges in black and navy, grey whipcord, tweeds in plain stripes1 and heather effects. Styles are in plain man- nish effects, plain tailored skirts and the new 82 in. coat. Coats are alJ satin lined J 'while for workpianfcbip, lit and finish we hesitate to say unsurpassed. Alt sixes here for your selection. -Regular values up to SATURDAY MEN'S PANTS, nmdo from Imported English tweeds, and wor- steds, cut 111 the molt up-to-date models, good linings and workman- ship. Slues 33 to 42; values! up to Satur- day, per pair MEN'S GRANDRILL lish mako, large and roomy, just the shirt for miners, raihvayme-iv etc. Sizes 14 1-2 to 1C l-'J. i Regular val- ues Si cents haturdaj BOYS' COAT SWEATERS, high col- lars iu grey, and tan. trim- mied in navy, brown and red. Sixes to 32 Qflft .Saturday MEN'S HALF HOSE, heavy ribbed wool, black. Sizes 1054 and lh Regulai laiue 35c pan Satuida; Four P.-.irs for PENMAN'S NATURAL WOOL UN- DERWEAR FOR MEN, .heavy .rib- bed. sizes SI, SO, 3S, 40, 42, and -14. Not niany: drawers In this' assort- ment) lieijular i aluc 51 ftl- ment. Saturday per garment ECHOES FROM THE BATTLEFIELD Before such an onslaught of Lbtlil.iH.clge shoe buyeis that visited our store during the Shoo Bale last week, oiu sale numbers quickly disappeared, hut owing to the congested state of the department a few Ladies' .Slides escaped no! ice To put a fitting tbuck to this week's Bargain Specials, we (ire. clearing these values hulk "wliifih are of thcvlatter oiit'at a "quielc fixing piii This, final flutter includes, grey, patent and tan pumps; beaded slippers, kid dress1 pumps, kid blucher cut Oxfords, with patent tip and'tan blucher cut boots. Amoas these are the celebrated EDWIN C. BURT MAKE. Come early! g SATURDAY, PER GIRLS' SCHOOL SHOES with patented tip. .A dressy, but durable shoe and guaranteed IhVbughbuU' Regular to Sizes S to 1.0 1-2. Saturday -I OC I Sizes 11 to 2 V4 fC Saturday pair 0 to ?j.oo Saturday, pair