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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Nairn-day, October 12, THE DAILY Save the Difference We Sell (or Less Monday a Good Day to Buy Extra Bedding Months ago we anticipated a great demand for extra bedding, and we were indeed fortunate in buying it so far ahead, as the market price for cot- tons have advanced by leaps and bounds. You can have your share at the old prices. 22 c Pillow Tubing, 42-in. wide Special Value A splendid weight, linen finished pillow cubing, Cull 42 hichi's wide. Just the right width. Only 100 yardr, at tills price. Save the difference. English Sheeting, Extra Strong, 68-in. Wide What they oail In England, Wigan It's a. great w'nar- ing material.' 6S inches wide, ruil bleacivsd and sold regularly at 32 centa. You can'save the seven Monday. Best Twilled Sheetiifyig, Re- duced Moriday The beat sheeting money.can buy, outsld-a of the Hium extra lioavy inches wide, fine even twill. .Only three won't last long price. Feather Filled Pillows Ex- 39 tra Value per pair Pillows ut a pair that are mighty, good valiMj. We could ask you a pair and then give you what other stores call a filled, heavy Saxony Flannelette Sheets Special per pair Soft fleecy sheets, in white or grey, with coloimd borders, good weight and full .size. worth aU.'least -pc a pair now. No 'more "to" be had at this ifrice. Are a Great Value at MILADI Offlc CD1TED HV "INO" PHONIi: 11H Vet still '.there wiilspers ttie small voice Hoard through Cain's silence, and o'er glory's din What ever creed lie tauglit or land be (rod, Man's conscience is the oracle of Clod. Oli conscience conscience J' man's most faithful friend, Mini "cmisl Uiou comfort, ease, re- lievcv defend But if tliy friendly, cliccks forego, Thou art, oh for me, his' dead- liest foo Mrs. IT. Williamson was hostess of a delightful little house dance last evening. 0. Jennings, the newly appointed teacher, will h: in charge. The six tli annual convention of the Lelliliridgo district of the Alberta Sunday .School association will he held on Wednesday next, 16th inst., ut fhe First Uapiist church. Two ses- sions will he held, at 2 and p. in. All the various phases of Sunday school .work will, he discussed) by able speakers. All interested in tlie work of the Sunday school .should mate ft a 'point to be present at this conven- tion. In the evening two able ad- dresses will be delivered by General Secretary F. E. Werry, of Calgary, .and Her. Joseph Woodsworth, 'B.A., pastor of the Westminster IttethodisL church. Mr. J. P. Higinbotham will occupy the chair. Mrs. "W. I'.' Lindsey was .a lea hour hostess at the Country club this afternoon. y" Mr. aiul Mrs. R A. Cunningham are week-end visitors in Calgary. The lea which was held yesterday afternoon and. evening at the home of Mrs. llurgn.vin, under the auspices of the Westminster Ladies' Aid, was quite a success. Mrs. Hurgman, Mrs. J. B. Gray and Mrs. Tibert were the hostesses.. An impromptu program was ren- 1 dered, and a guessing contest furnish- Mrs. Fred Kenny went to .the Gait ed amusement. The ladies realized hospital this morning, where she eight dollars, mid intend to bold Just a dozen pairs of the finest blankets you ever saw for so Httle money. Pure wool, 64 x 84 inches size in white or blue borders. Made-up Dcmble Bed Ske, per_p_air 50 sheets that are good value at a For Monday i have marked tliem for less. Extra heavy weight cotton, full bleached. Ready to Use Pillow Cases Special Each A limited quantity ot full sized pillow cases, mate from heavy r hleachecl muslin. Note that we quote .these cases :K cents jialr, or each at IS cents. These Are Only a Few of the Good Things We Have to Offer You on Monday. will undergo an operation. Her many friends will be exceed- ingly sorry to hear thai Mrs. Gallivan is seriously ill and is not expected to recover. Mr. Gnlloway nnd-Mr. Hacking, in- spectors of the western the Merchants Hank, are spending sonvc days at the local hank. Mrs. W. H. McUllami, Miss Elaine Conyheare, Mr. Fisher and Mr, Clar- ence Rogers left last night to spend tlie Week-end at the mountains. vs Mr. Kilpatrick of Um LethbridgQ- Weyhurn Really Co., Ltd., formerly of the Merchants, Bank stnfT, leaves the end- of the .month for Mcdicini Hal, where he will join the stalT o the Merchants Bank. C. M. iVitkcn welcomed tluc.sLs during the receiving hours yes- terday Afternoon on the occasion of her first at home day this autumn. Pink Killarney roses shed their, dainty fragrance over the drawing room. Mrs. A. Coxvie announces the en- gagement of her only (laughter, Anna Maud, to William Raymond Jtm'- kin, of the Hank of Montreal, Cal- gary, A Ha. The wedding will take place quietly early in Novcir.'rer. The ideal Oetolier weather of yes- terday appealed strongly to wiclders of the racquet, and a tennis tea was hastily arranged for this afternoon, j large number of enthusiasts j were at the courts. monthly teas throughout the winfcer- The Ladies' Cotta society of St. Paul's First Lutheran church held an enthusiastic meeting at, the home of Mrs. Waslying. yesterday afternoon. The program was varied and unique. Mrs. Stevenson read the scripture lesson in the Swedish language, vhile a Norwegian solo was sung !jy Mrs. Hanson. English readings were giv- en hy Mrs. Ahrens and Mrs. and a duet by Rev. and Mrs. (.iratt. A dainty lunch was served hy .Mrs. Waslying and Mrs. The nsxt meeting will he held at Hie home of Mrs. Ahrens. dollars, with a number of returns not yet in, was the arnount raised at the annual thankofiering j T. W. Quayle, ;j meeting of the Women's Foreign Mis-j Mrs. W. Jordan sionary society of Knox church, which Urown. was held yesterday afternoon. A- goodly number were present and enjoyed the splendid program, con- sisting of a paper on "India" hy Mrs. A. J. Irving and one on "China" Mrs. F. .1. Gutimiing, while a solo Gentlemen, isn't it about time you purchased your Fall Suit and Overcoat? .Before you nuilu' oiu Inial (iodsion cull and see our sclucl ion The nmldials we1 uro iiiij in both suits and (neuouts Joi I his season are oJ I IIP highest standard. And (ho IP' Well the custom tailor hud his cleverness taxed to a suit or overcoat such dis tinctive lines. The oi'fueiul ap- pearance and peifect piopoi- fcions that, identify oiu gaimcnts the only j e.u clothing, of winch we know that has en thing c'ep'Mrbe price) in commoJr'with finest niade-io-ouler, Goodneiy in cloth, make, style, flt find.' finish, is ding a he u> of kood- neBB'tato of clothes or an overcoat, but if are liaittcular in re- gard things, come and see 'for we are tote to o particular t people. selection In suits includes all the popul i coloilug lor this BonVwear in- Tweeds, Worsteds and Serges Prices Range From Our selection In Overcoats includes finest English and Scotch I o best beaver cloth with velvet collars Prices Bange From to HUDSON'S BAY CO. hy Miss much appreci- ated. An interesting letter from the Miss- es Bruce, who, are now working at Swan Lake, Han., .was read at the meeting....... .T.. J T s. 'Phoinas Taylor, and Mrs. J. C. H. Conibcar, Mrs. Cory, Mrs. Brown-Pipes, Mrs. W. Jordan, Mrs. T. Qiuayle, Mrs. Neada, J. C. Brown, Mrs. Fat- chairman of hospitality cpinnitlec Clias. McClcnaghan, W., 0. S. S. Dunham, !J. Mc- Carty, I. Hooper, T- R. Stanley Kirkham, Bert Johnston, Wni. Ingram, and Mesdames Cumming, McClenaghan row, Mrs. Thomas Taylor; Mrs. J.jand Power have prcparbd a most in- W. Rutherford, Miss Orchard, Miss teresting program for thic gear's An important business meeting Gibaon'am! any, who will'kindly vol-1 work, untfccr.; The C. T. U. have received ap- plications for the position of travel- lers' aid, hut can not arrange to have any one hefK-inHilue, for the -Con- gress. However, Miss EiHLh Jbnes the W. T. U. was held last even- ing at the home of Mrs. C. McClcu- aghan. j 1] Details were arranged with regard I to tlii! visit of Mrs. Gordon Wright, "ominion president. o[ ami Ur. Detwiler, have kindly volun- tccred-to mfcet .the night trains, while a Ioca! latiy "V porarily hy the W.C.T.Li. to nreet tlie ir'lills dliring Congress week. thft the exhibition A Roman's club has been formed the rest lent at in Lethuridgc called "The Mathcsis grounds during Con-; taken from a Crock word Mr. Emerson, of the Merchants i Bank stall, who has been in the Gait I j hospital for sonic lime with typhoid Conibear. Mrs. fever, is recovering rapidly, and will shortly be able to leave the hospital. He will he a guest with Mr. and Mrs. H. Williamson while convalescing. grcss week, tlic following committees meaning "searchers of knowledge." jWfri: appointed objcct 0[ Hu! 35 sei (orth Provision and W W. IT. C. McClcnaglian, Mrs. A LDEN A cjuiet wedding was solemnized at the home of Kcv. Gram, 1509 Sixth Ave., S., jal six-thirty last evening, when Miss Anna Bataldcn was joined in matrimony to Mr.-Har- ry Nelson. Both bride and p.room were unattended, the ceremony being performed by the Rev.- C. Grant in tlic Norwegian language. Mr. anil Mrs. Xi'lson will reside in the citv. Clubs and Societies: The Art Needle-work club will meet j on Monday afternoon with Mrs. j Hani Scott, Fourth Avc., S. I The Flower Guild visited the Gait huspit al ytsii'nlay anil brightened 'the wards with bouquets of llowers. The I CJuild gratmilly arknowledgct; fiona- lions from Mrs. W. S. Oalbraitll, i Mrs. Mclntyre and Mr. .1. .E. Tcr- Irill. VANCOUVER POLICE EASY .Vancouver, Oct. boldly in the well lighted street in front of the Orphemn Theatre, Pen- dor and llo'wo streets, with a police- :i quarter of ;L block, and DELICIOUS Home Baking Orders filled prompt- ly for Bread, Cakes, Pastry Sale every Saturdny. Mrs. -1.11. Richardson 528-12111 S. aitonclantf, with in flvo feet, thieves Insi, evening rifled, six automobiles, five i the attendance will be lar. humlrod doll.irs' vrc-rth of miscclliui-! A very imporlnnt meeting o? tlie Kelief socifity is tor Jlohday afternoon ai four o'clock at the Xurs-s Mission, when "it is hoped that! eons artic-leB or w s nntciuobilo accossorii I hat tlio rnbbers MS mobile to store their escape. apparel and I Tllc l.caglK of Wesley H is believed cnlllv'1 intent! to hold a social on Tuesday evening, which will take the form nf n "Hound the World Trip'1 and will he in i'.iii oi the Monarch parsonage fund. (1 a Saruo loot and j MANY GUESTS NEXT YEAR Ottawa, will bo visiteii ne.xt year by several of distinguiRb- od persona British military circles, and it is announced that Fielil Earl Rr.b- t-ns, accompanied by Counicfls Uobens. aiM her iwo (.er3, Lady Xilcen and Lady will rotifvv ihiilr willi ihc Domin- ion, The Daughters and Maids of Eng- land will meet wilh Mrs. .1. Bart- li-l-l. .'iOI Seventh Ave., S.. on Men-j day evening at eight o'clock, when ai full attendance is requested, i A splendid meeting of Ihc Parish Auxiliary oi St. Cyprian's church was held yesterday afternoon. llic time was spent in sewing for the j white Mrs. Flretwood and WITH THE EDITOR in the constitution is "self-improve- ment and muted effort toward the highest development of the home and community." Meetings are held fortnightly and the line of work usual in a woman's club arc being, taken up. The next meeting will bo held Wed- nesday afternoon, the llith, at thei of Mrs- Ford Gumming, 11 tli street, south. j The following is the list of charter i members' Mesdames Frank Stol7c, j president A, 51. Laficrty, vice-pre- 1 sitlent -1. K. Heeb, secretary; Vcrdl Cumming, treasurer C. R. Daniel, Ijonifc'-j Collier Wilcox says: "Ae one looks aronml life one sometimes feels that the first virtue and tlie last, the one indispeiifttbls fluhllty of liv- ing this human life Is just courage." We arc to Bit tight and piny the fine enough motto for any course in life Isn't Ibat just it? Action doesn't always tlfsplfiy I lie most courage. Under somo circiun- stanuoB it'is so much harder just .to sit still and Is so often a -woman's lot. 'There are often dearest wishes and plans to be given up. Thc ambitious girl, who desires n university train- inf. and, -who :it the last moment, through sickness in the home or some Bother reason. Is forced to give up her yet careers, 1ms her courage tested to the full To face siifcli a situation with even fair amount of cheerfulness requires no small de- gree of courage. There are some, foitunato who.neyer sceuiato be" called upon to i face any big -disappointment m life, but even in tbe sunniest life there is plenty, to test one's courage us Longfellou, "Into oach life some rain must fall, Some (Jays must bo dark ,and dreary If our .trials .are not met. with at least some courage will life be any easier, to live? I don't think so. When rise to the test, our characters are strengthened and developed, and life is made worth living b3th for our- selves nnd those with whom we coni-o iu contact What do you think about it? INDUCTION OF MR. BRYAN' The induction of Rev. A. C. E-ryaa. ?.s minister of St. church, will [irubably lake place on the thiriv- linsl o( this month. The I.eeilen ManufnetUfJiiS com par. caiiitaliMd at jiitTposcs es tablishing a gas trarlor plant al. Rose Siisk fi- rt- rear n- ow ntlrrmion. A iinitu- is pxtrnrinl !i> old' nieiiiVers m'uonuii'is, nnd no i h liomc, W be prcrscnl. Mr. K. 1 BEARDSLEY An nioric; the ?lbove is a de' S'fi11 for Eastern drapery of white Ninon over black charmeuse. Thc shoulder strap and sleeve border nre of and the hairband is and cold embrcidcry SEASONABLE GOWN This afternoon dress for early autumn is built in cashmere of ,T dclicato j slindci with darker colored silk sash j and bow. A PRETTY HALLOWE'EN NOVELTY A Jack O'Lsn'.crn hat of creps paper is of the latest novelty for wear by the young lady who will attend the Hallowe'en festivities. Thc hat-ic topped by an imitation Jack O'Lantern and a fall of the samt. nisterinl to> nivich. ;