Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thursday, October TOE LETHBRIPGE' IIEKALD MILADI EDITED "INO" Offict 1111 tended visit Ukefielii, Toronto and Owen Sound. (iOUD jm'MOK Some are not Home with lace go All through the uhirl (it Ibo day Silent aci" sodden with woe; .Some uiost assuredly know Humor, resisting its wiles I ureler, I will Hive me the" who smilfs Xowc are too dTsii'a.V to. say' Words such fcsYcceer.'a roan so These walk'-'on' their tway Care not what they be- stow ''.'f Sotnc will but brag' much and Kach ol his own glory up'piles Out all such people, I'd 1 OivMue the fellow v.ho stiiiles'! Lite is a debt wejnii'st pay, 1'ay an we pass' to' and Iro Always a part iye must play, a friend or a fee Since life's a debt that we owe, AH in our various styles eliould pay. high or low- Give rue the fellovr. who srailea'.l J a" Hostesses toruotrow Mrs. W. C. Jves. JJrs. T. K. Klrthara and Mrs. Stan- ley Klrkhac! Hill receive on Satur- day afternoon for the first time this seasoa. Mis. H. (i. Clarke has returned (lorn a short visit In Calgary. t Mr J. G. Erolph, of Blylh, Oat., guest ol bis daughter, Mrs. J. A. Jackson, Fourth Ave. llr. Ernest Kioerson, ol Var.c-i.uver, is visiting his parents, Sir. and Mis. I. Emerson. Mrs. D. A. Smith and daughter, Margaret, havp. returned from an ex- Store Bulletin No. 2 Telling you of some late ideas they are show ing in New York and- Eastern Cities, and pi a new shipment of snappy styles in Dress Skirts, Petticoats Waists Black and Whitev Check are "It" To dreseod, tbat ts lo. have what .the-, stylo, era aro wearing, you, should huvo a separate skirt of blatfc and white matwiaL Many styles are a particularly smart style with "slashed" stdc Is' selling frealy. These EktrU are blacK brocaded coat, stylea of which are shown -In our October Style Book of Ladles Home Journal Patterns. SMrts ere priced from Serge Skirts S5 Other Styles up The serge skirts .we are show- tai are all the past month. are particularly proud of the models -we are ahowinf at' H Is hard to get a, cheap skirt with style but have two lines, one hi panamt, one in serge that are valu the frill Inch-pleated foot "frill.- Comes with red flannel. to'see In "blaclt- only.' every-' them.. '_'.-.. day selling Smart Tailp'r-Made Linen- Waists A. lot oif smart, 'man-teHored. ''Irtih" klnen to rjaifd today. (Tom the-plain- "tilloreo.' model U> hand; em- -broldwtd i Tba" ily of linen li of- the best. workaanihlp of the belt. See ths "bofdered" styles, tS'ey are food.. CO'7C Silk Drettei Full of Style, .Juit in The handsomest; line of. medium priced silk dresses wo have oven 'dress Is a'.masterpiece of style and workmanship.' Iu shades of brown, navy, cadet. in. nieiaallne, anil 116. We woiild'llke you to see the black mestillno silk dresses It .___ RYLANDS CO, The "Sell-For-Lew" Store Mr. and Mrs. J- Jotes and lit- tle son, of liich River, are the quests ot Mayor and "Mis. W. L. Hardie. o llr. Worthingtoa, formerly ot the (local, stall ol the Bank ol t'omniero: now of Calgary, is a witli j I Mr. Vandcwater. S I -Tlve Hallowe'en dacce, to te-given- by tte Flower Guild will ibt held in the S.O.E.-'hall on Vriday jei-eBlng, Octor.fr 31st. I v j Miss Ajncs O'llajan is entertaining to.Tiorrow night in couittsy-to Miss Bessie Hazell, of Vancouver. Only a few Intimate Iriends o! the honor guest arc bidden. c The following from the Kduioaton Journal on the opening of new government bovte is interesting A brilliant and masnif.cent scene was presented last evening at the of- ficial opening ol the new government houFe by HiF Honor, Lieutenant Gov- ernor Rulyea and Mis. Dulvea. It Is alcnost Impossible to describe the beauty and maghlficer.ee ol -this row home of the representative ol our large spaelo'Js hall, splendid big rooms, with hundreds and hundreds ol soltly shaded electric- candles, beautiful colorings arid very handsome furniture, each room dis- llnct in Its beauty of color and lur- initurc, and amidst it all out swjot and gracious nihtress ol governinejit house, with a hearty liandclasp and welcoming smile lo mate o-e and all feel her ready welcome. Among the. pretty gowns described was that ol Mrs. J. A. of His Honor Judge Jackson. Jackson old golJ satin veiled In gold brocaded net and pendant and necklace o( pearls ar.d amethyst. It is officially-announced that the following will' comprise the royal suite, sailing by the Empress of Bri- tain -Miss Yoike, acting lady, in waiting to Her Hoyal" Highness the Duchess of. Connaught; lion. Kaliier- inc acting lady in Bailing to Princess Patricia Captain Rivers cpmpl roller of the house- hold In -Canada and equerry in wait- ing Captain :H. C. Duller, aide-dfr- camp Captain Hon. G. Bosea'ven aide-de-camp Captain A.. Graham aide-de-camp, and Major. Sir medical officer to His the Governor-Oei Her'Majesty; Queen jlasy has'gtveii emission to Hon. -Vtl iers to 'acf as waiting to Princess. Patricia In place of-Miss Adams, who prevented proceeding" The Metliodist church at Taler was he, seene-ol n pretty, wedding rhursday morDing "at eleven" o'clpc! when iliss Marie the bride-of Mr'.' Mac Aulay', of Edmofiton; 7he ce'remoh was performed Ay Cppkc father a few Int! friends being'-present. Mr. 'and -will m'aV their future'home'in Edmonton. Phone Rural 114 And; yburVe sure you have the It's worth a trial to find out where vou PURE MILK AND CREAM KNOW Those interested. are 'reminded :'.p Ihc meeting of the.Chosen Friends i iiurgmann's hall .this evening at o'clock. The Flower Guild will, visit -.-th Gait hospital at .three o'clocli .to morrow donations flowers ivill bo giatetullf receiycd. Wesley Ladles' -Aid held a goo meeting yesterday, the bciti profitably spent in sewing' for th annual bazaar. The lecture given in the Mami Training school yesterday aftercbo by Jiiss Preston to the Home.Ec nomics department ol "the Mattes club, was largely .Mo Preston gave an Inferrsting and pr fitable talk on the an canning bl fruits. The attention of Sunday school of- ficers is directed to the necessity ol appointing regular delegates to the approaching provincial c6nvfntion." It Is considered advisable to appoint those who oould he" present'at all or all scssl6r.s, and also .that that they 'should Iccl .'orTic'lally 'en- titled to vole on matters of business: The names ol official delegates should he sent to Mr. J. HusYcli Oliver, reg- 'alrar for the convention. The "Excelsior Male under the aivsplccs ol the will'give their opetiir.g concert In ids! October at S.'p.tn. This choir, critlcs.the best ol ifs Wnd in.Srutli-- crn AUcrta and with of several-prominent' concert will be-lhe musical the not-miss tiinMy.ol her-rim; the best (ilr'ht'ol.-i our city. ?ro. on at: Kenny and AlHn's. .Hi-Inhothsm' Co., au'd Alexander's drug ]f PECULIAR AND PERTINSfVT; -Doys Jufl oi'il of school iy'ths Ixmdon (Erigbnd) courtly co-.in; cil lo become chois and-waUgrs. Friday and Saturday Specials A Page Brim Full of Economies This new with plenty of money Friday and Saturday Bargains from the Shoe De- partment, Ladies'and Misses' Comfy Slippers Ladles' and Girls' House Slippers, In blue and brown plaid felt, flnlihtd with pom- pom on too and turn down "tops. Combination felt and leather soles; all alzes. wortb to fl.2o. .Friday CftfJ and Saturday, pair, www Men's Slippers House Slippers for Men in jil aid Jells. Combination leather and felt soles; all sizes. Worth 51.00. Friday. and Saturday per Cfln pair 1 OUC Cbildren's Oxfords Children's Vicl Kid Ox- fords, blucner cut, with pat- toe-' A very dressy "ehoe; good at Friday and Saturday. s is good to (hose with little money lo .spend and to spend. Don't wait too late to get the host values, to servo yon. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR FALL SUIT Men's Tweed and Worsted Suits for Pall, ccada from Imported materials, in plain and fancy effects. All rut from latest American models. lUrgular values up to Friday and Palurday Men's Shirts Men's all wool- shirts, heavy weight, for winter wear. Cut large and rooruy, one pocket. Colors, dark red, green and blue. Regular J.'.OO. ff 1 Q QC and Saturday I R VEAL LOAF, TO. .MATOES, POTATOES; BREAD AND BUTTER, .TEA OfljJ 'OR COFFEE'........> com Specials MEAT PIE, BREAD AND BUTTER, TEA OR COFFEE'............ C9C APPLE SOUFFLE 15c Hosiery ior Ladies' and CKildren Black AVool ladles.and child- ren, ribbed. 'Splendid hosiery for every day -wear. Friday Saturday, per pair ktw Ladies' and Children's Vests and Children's wool nnd fltece-linedl veals in vrhite. and natural color. Cozy, "warm garments (or winter wear. Selected from loo and 85c llneB. Friday and Saturday Grocery Specials Wortk Investigating 9Srb Kudton's CO Bay Floiir 49fo Sack Hudson's" 4 Bay Flour I sack flay Flour 3lb Tin Swift'. Lard For 5tb Tin Swift's Lard For Tin'Swift's Lard'.......... 80c 85c Swift's Premium Bacon Per pound B. C. Wealthy C Apples, per box.. :.4rbs Wealthy Apples Creamery Butter, for THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES A" modern Cnlnese Irnde union has beeii'forhrcrt jh by gold- 3llv6'rVmili4i: Edmonton, Oct. 9.-rSportfimcn from various parts of Alberta' have called, iien or telephoned to- Benjamin Lawton, tho chief same guirdlan of the provluce, wllh headiuJrters In Ed- asking (or Information re- garding the announcement tbat the ctois'soajon on Hungarian which.- expired Octo% 1, his been extended to lM3, The gams regula'Uons for 1913 state there is "no .open Reason the foreigner, In fact, It Is only bird on which the close season .was continuous.. Tho. fact (hat the nanio Hungarian partridge Is d lillle moto than a name, even lo. many IravoJIcd sporlsmen, calls for'Ihe to tho bird like, and''again Is tie bird an habitant of this part ot the con- tinent In th'e first place, the Hungarian jarirldge Is extremely rare In Alberla, There ire la'British Columbia, and also in the m'orb 'southerly parts of this They.are.bred prin- cipally qa private.sftrv.esjn the United Stales .by who ad- mire the spor( this bird otters. The! IIungaHah.partridge has been Import ed to Uke Iho plico Boh While, which coul.d: not ija.nd cold weather. The many lava been reads to.restoik finns with tha Bob WKte'' la: tbtH'foitttn and northern game fields in Slates' have not been Very-succesifill. The weight of a" grown 'Hungarian parlridjc. Is from 32 to ounces. The IS to 22. inches from llp'to tip of wing, wtilta the Ijngbt o! the, body Is from 12 to 14 inches. Iri ajiwmnce 4t li noA ,uriliko..tlie_ Bob White, bid more prettily colored arid wice as large. The sides of the head an.) iiiruai Me a iigili iMdish brown, while the top of tho head is brown yellow stripes. Acjosg the grey ack there aro a number of nisi brown stripes extending to the lower part of binjy. The wings are brown and mottled with grey and .The ;rGy breast Is adorned by shield, more or the hape of an Inverted -horse- shoe. On- y yoang hsns have a ircast.. clear grey BILLS REPORTED INX .LEGISLATORS Edmonton, Oct. on Standing Orders of the Legislature reported tho'bill to enable the town of St Albert to. anr.ex terrllory lo said town. The committee on Private lilla 10 ported the following bills, .with, cer- tain amendments: V'.. Roman Catholic Bishop of the'.dlo- ccse of Calgary; flishop Pinkharo Col-' As.fqr sport In the field these part- ]cje; University cHib o( Edraonloa; Idges cannot is surpassed.. They' Dominion club, ore more in Illgnt than the >ralric. chicken, and-llo much closer to.cover, giving the dogs a belter chance to range, nose and hold. BUSINESS LOCALS APPOINTMENTS GAZETTED QUawa, Oct. is. annonnced of 0.. M. Vance., oT Shoibourne, as judge of Canadian Order of Forcsicrs Sfmcoo; and'-L.-Jj.'C. ing, K. p. hall tonight'at.S All iff Judge .of members attend. i"