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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thm-siliiy, October 23, 1013. THE LETIIRRIDGE DAILY HERALD When' you are ready to a port- rait made i n your street apparel or any other cos- tume you 'prefer. Just come to u and be sure of getting phttographs of quality Wo up-to- date n ever) particular u n c U6O true artfstl skill In jiosltiff fl n 1 s-h in g an Ins he Xnows thai there la a.right way. and a wrong way, aud he Intends to find out .from the successful farmers which really is the rigol way. He says the people in ths Inlaml _ Krnpire cannot believe the tales about, hifi crops, such as .that on the N'oble'fHrra, hut having seen them for hlmiolt, -he Is "satlEftcd that the country Is capable'of produclpg the Siles Are Mr.-LathTftp has-dlgpoied of other pieces of land In the south lately. A few .days- aco, a deal where- by parties become the Mrs. J. F. aimpfos, Eleventh St. V 9 "w Not receiving tomorrow: Mrs. D. A, Smith, Thirleenlh elreet South. 4 Kev. A. 0. retuinfd this morninsr from a trip to Caljaty. v a Mr.- and iirsj PUITJE, fli Calgary, returned home yrstirday af- ter spendlae T Day wilt Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor snd ily have moved in liqm thtir- ranch to their 'bungalow oo SiittTAye., lor the winter. Rev. W. M. and Mri. Courllce ar- rived in the city yesterday Iron) St. Peter, Minnesota, to sptod the wjn- ttr with the former's brother, Dr. 0. J. Courtice, and Mrs. Cpurtice; services in Knpx church on givinE-Day. __' KloAtr-Guild', .will- Pay', jU usual wcfUy visit lo'-the OaU.Hospi- tal at. three altei- fecclved. 'I'hc Chosen, ft lends wjli. rr.eeV this evening at 8 o.'clock. in'BarRinann'R hall, when all the urged to Le present. A'social W in ordfr alter the regular Thosa interested are reminded'tnal Mr. J. D. llig'ribolhara will give talk on Palestine in school room this evening in connection -with the Teacher Training class. Mr: ,ribotham-has a personal of his subject, and, in view'ol'ttJ fact that the Sunday school lessons for the year are concerned estine, the attendance should', be large. Not only teachers, hul the public generally are invited. The first'Bevking class in connection the seltleiutnt work ired.by .Miss Tilley at the N'urslng FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS At The Hudson's Bay Store BIG SAVINGS IN THE SHOE DEPARTMENT Mission yesterday afternoon. A number of Ihe women founii it impossible lo leave Smart Shoes for Men Vfc'l KM Shoes, blucher cut: v broad top, welUd solei.' A: ''dressy-shoe for the man Trfao1 cares.: .Bizet S to 10, Including V, QC T Her. }6 Fri and Sat. .who tbeir Mrs. J. Morgan has returned from an estended visit at Victoria, aud is greatly improved in health; V Miss Quinn returned last night from visit in Vancouver; Victoria, Seattle and Tacoina. Mrs. W. J. o( Leth- bridge, who is the guest of Mrs. J. P Black-, was the ralson'.d'etre cf.'an en- loyable tea yesterday, afternoon, .glyen by Mrs. Homer Oay. Xni Tickiwr poured lea, and Mrs, (jell served Ices Itlle-Marion Tic'k'ner' aiirisrlng' "Am- ong those .present -were Mre. Mpna- han. Mm. To- ronto: Mrs. Tltomaf O'Connor, Mrs. Black and Mrs.- The' Whis't drive hei'd-fiir'the local lodge oi the oi England last night in the. S, Q. B. hall proved a very Volbyible' aflsir. Fourteen' tables' and twenty four hands- played, a very tasty, supper being served in .the -in- terval. The first pr'jies1 were won ly Mrs. Oillcsptc and "Mrs: the second by Meech .'and. -.Mr. I.thman, and the consolation, prizes wtre awarded to Mri, Mr. n. Smith. F. T.'Hob ins M; C. Very high standard -and[ Vefii'cier.cy marked .the piano given" in'the- V. M. C. A. audit'orlutr.'lost even- iiig by 'the pupils 'o[ Horappol. The auditorium was'filled an interested audience many were the admiring comment's.' passed .on the work 61 tie certainly fleeted great Hbrs- pool as a capable The program was iritroiiuctd by Mrs. Horspool; .nho: gave .a short talk on her work id this city. fr.e children during tlio day, have asVed if a class could, not arranged jor n the evening, and they will be, glad, to know that Miss Tilley has decided to change the hour for their conveni- ence, and will hold the class hereafter Wednesday evenings from .to 9.30 at trie-Nursing Mission; Uli 7tb Avc. south. No lee is charg'edj... r S22 was the splendid sum realized from the supper, given in SI.Vary's hall last' evening by Mrs. Ward .'and Mrs. Williams" in aid oi the .Guild, The hall was prettily with flags and hunting and Ihe 'small tables with tons. The hoslesses were assisted by Mrs.' Mrs. Pearson, Mrs. Taylor, Miss Wash-1 brook, Miss Dlggory, Miss Earle'an'd! Miss' A fine p'ogra'ni' rendered -cb'n- sisting 01 piano 'selections Miss Arnold, solos by Miss Washbrobk; Miss Darlins- iuid duel by Mr. Kilnej and" Mr! Claytohl 1 Mr.' Kilner won'the'-'trophy'! in'the and Harry .Taylor uon'ou't in.'-'the bean contest.' Ttx'aFiair closeil'.witn a jolly-little hop. The-Wesley church choir: a concert in Coaldale Hall on evening, Oct. when thc-.follov- ing program will be rendfred Cf. Diser. N. 11. Paws j Solo-.Mr. 0. F. I'e4ls'. are tf.ese j Chairman's, will lift'up minj "eyes'.'' SpIOj-Miss. V'q'ung. V Violin Hoberls, C. .Farrant. Cliorus-pGloria. The choir, js. requested. Wesley-church-at 7.15 sharp. of a section .at Stirling and program- was. carried'out just as ...'I'.'ier at Warner. taXw j announced previously, the art- lock In the O.'W. Kerr Co., of Min- ists including Rena Vanhorn, Kafh- connecUo'n with the Gordon, Zfia .lliinswoith, lir- nnrt Is therefore, a member of that f Myrtle'Wardman, Maty 1 fm.'-J. firm once more. ..-They have offered him a very, tempting offer to .work with them .'In Texas this winter. In return. they will give him their whole sales force to work 'in Southern Alberta through office xt spring. Mr. Laihrop has not jet 'eddeil to accept General Brairmell Hooth did not anil by ,lhe imperator aa announced. He wlll'stil on, the Lusllanli on Sat- Wardnian, Florence -Thompson, '.Jes sie Robinson, Liicllle fpen' Mtis; Marjory Freeburser, Mc- Cren, Karl Grant, Joim' Oliver arid Xornian McCarty. AND tOCIITIIl The Hoard of-Pirectors c( the Wo- men's Rellel society wish tto ..Ihaik most heartily those contribufed towards llie', gtnerous -oficring' tfaii! of the Nursing Mission jt.tlie union THE HOME PORTRAIT Portraits made in the Home have a facination.of thejir The> leave the familiar natural appearance that the 'stage settings of the studio fail to give, THE; f IS E STUDIO Makers of Fine Portraits M 906 Third Avenue South, All the i of Thriving Taber! TabtT, Oct. fool game played: here on Thinksglvlng Day. between the fire departmenl team and the St: Andrew's teairi of resulted'in a vlcto'o: for Ihe Taber team, the score being 4 to 1. Considering that this was the first game'the tire laddies' ha've'l flayed since made an excellent showing. -Mr. Mason, of arrlve'd'last week to fill the position of ant .In Ih'e Canadian Bank. of. .Com- merce, laklng Mr. r. A.' Sluirt's place. Mf. Stuart Is now in charge of the branch office, at Hellaw, Mrs. J. Evann Wright relurncd'6h Saturday from. Pincbty where she has .been the pail week vltitlng and friends. Rev, and Mri. F. W. Mtbaffy. are rejoicing over Ihe trrlvtl of...a-baby girl last Friday. The Roytl Bank ol Cantda hat en poisetiion oi ila new quarlers on Main street, formerly occupied by .the CtntdUn Bank of The In- terior hat bnn remodelled and new fixtures Installed, M that llnOF pre- sent" t rery fine appearance. The Melhodlit church celebrated Hi first anniversary on Sunday. r-.Rer, H. H. Cragg. of a former -pas- lor, preached at both services, and Wme. Patae Taylor, of Medicine Hit; rendered special music. The VersalllM, ft strong of comedians and presented "The Canadian at'lhe JPtluj Thealta on Wednesday evinlng.-- Mrs. C. B. Judson, of the ftodel -Mil- linery, Is retlrlr.g from builnesi, arid Is putting her big stock' on be'- ginning next Saturday. Stewart's Sore SeiHng Service has -Cksrge'of th'e tale, and intends, lo dltpote "of the whole stock whicn 'of ready-lo-wear clothlnff; millinery1 atid fancy work, I A very social s Slippers Calf Sllppera with sewn 'piece heel- :.Cut broad and' comfortably. Solid! leather throughout. Juat the tblng for fall.wear. All sites Reg. CI'WJ" J1.7fi; Friday and Saturday.. A week-end demonstration of Hud- son's Bny Shoe supremacy. A lucky purchase of a manufacturers' 'stock enables us to offer you ".specials at remflrkable values. __ For Afternoon Wear ovev- these Fall Styles io Units' Sims Women'! Tan Calf Sboei, tlucher style, medium and high cut. heel, short vamp, welted fcolei. Good range of styles. Sites to Regular up to (6.50 J Friday and Saturday..... Women's Romeo Ladles' Patent Pumps in smart- blucber with tie.' guaranteed genuine co't .Up. and.'welted soles. Regular RA' 15.59; Friday aad Saturday.. Ladles' Homeo Slippers in brown, red and green with dainly jnear seal ___turned soles. All sizes. Res. f Mf; Friday and Saturday.. Ladies'High Class Desirable Bargains in Our Tailored'Suits 'A Remarkable Saving .A-limited number of fall suits In all (he BeweH styles. front! In thi new BoucJe Cloth, French Serges, TFtedi and Fancy Stripes, all thli lea- ion'ji bgylng. Worth up to (87.50. Fri- oiy'iuii Salurday Ladies' Lustre -Underskirts Good "quality Lustre Underskirts, nar- ror fltting style with ten inch frill. A sfclrldPiat. will permit easy walking. Special Friday and 'Continuation of -House. 121-2c Curtain Scrims 121-2c 16 inch.Scrioi. in dainty green with blue border, tan with irown border, also brown and green con- ventional' jeajgriE. Friday, and 4O.1n Saturday, Portieres Hiavy. xjuallly; tapestry arch curtains In. dark grean, and rnlxed ertectB, heavily tasttlled at top, with ligh'tei tassel at bottom, by 8 Friday and Sat- urday, per pair SuitCases Good quality'Kerator covered suit cases. 'case with brass lock and flttlngt. Friday C.4 pA tnd Saturday; 22 Size 2( inch, r1 Oft K inch for-I For......... i 42 inchee We have still a number of flne Quality iri smart, tailored styles, in. fine rauslili', Testing! and zephyrs. Values Values' up to IMday C1 9 Tea Room Dainties for -Friday and Saturday AND BBEAD AND JUTTERVTEA COFFEE fr-UP, iBtAD AND OQC 10c AND 'CREAM TEA'OR COFFEE Extraordinary m Everyday Needs for the Velveteens yards oi Iland'onie Tweeds, Serges and all! wool Tartans. Regular values: .16 SSc. Friday imd Saturday ;all-one frlce. per yard English Prints :'r 'Best (juslity English' Prints' in medium colors! dainty designs, full 31 Inches: Friday and Saturday, lOg for Ladies and Children T All wool, ribbed for ladies' aid ren; 6 inches 1.0 10 Inches. Friday aid. Saturday, per pair............ Hand Scrubs SCO Hand Scrubs to go en Friday jnii '.Saturday. Strong bristles. Willie they 16 pieces Velveteen In heavy pile: -Ail shades afe represented, aUo blacV white.- Splendid-fabric for-dressesl.-siitti' or "coats. Friday and Salurday .per'y'ard 49c Ladies' Underwear ladies' PliiEh Lined Vesta and Drawers, in-. and .-natural colors. Warm, noatr Friday and Saturday .Handkerchiefs 50 dozen snowy, wlilte -with Ji.t? Vc fech hemstitching. Just the kind for ladles' and children's everyday use Friday and Saturday, 2 for......... From the .Grocery There is going !o be. advance In the price of potatoes. Lay-in a supply at Ihe tpeclal price of 100 Aft pounds Smith's Pure Jams, Straw- berry, tilackberry and rant, per 5It> pail Smith's Tomato CaUup, lartB .boUle k Sanbom's ;Corn Fltkes, Three New Beaton Pineapple. tin 25s >nd................ Three pound tin Hudson's Bay' lea Men's Shirts From Our Men's Wear Department The Season of about Underwear? Combinations .Veil I tee 9tilrl9 neat 'and dark col- Shlrtt ih'at told In up to 11.60 ''All i.flWI. '-To jlear-FrHaj inri gQg Smrt Styles jail's Hals ImltaUon Vetour for Men, In the latest styles Favh'; -slate >nd irec-n; all slies. 'Regut: jl.75. Friday Cl'OC Silnrd.y If I .C9 Pyjamas 22 Hetvy WlnUr Wtlght Combinations, strong, unihrisk- ible, in all itttf. TCegutsr per suit. Friday and Saturday, suit Men'e- PyMma Suits In neat detlfni good colorings. Witter mlfhU. All. ities" utef 11.76. IrWay Men's Underwear Jutt is Penman's Wool aid ton unatnhlrls In light weight un- shrinkable 'YwU .only. -Regular- 11-25. and' Saturday.mch THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY place on when Ihe younger held 'dance In Iho 0. 8, hall, which waV rented for lae occisfon.- About thirty couples present, and the aB furnished by a'Taber orchestra. All prttent le- t.rery enjoyable The plock Coal Co. .hat Jutt let the co'nlnic't for the- erectiiti at nlnetttii rle'.w hpujiea out tl ikelr min'e.norUi of towi. The .work will .be by local and with it FINIPY Mr. of the ArtO- clalt who hat been the IrtJlJIftf tflrit ii %t campaign for the anithf of. Bitfod for (rstlng Ike farnert' herds, Elated IMc- MMlag lift tie r> pert W UM tkat ISe flna-bad ii'led (Of a leaJo'lOittrtr own Ciid aot tiinlfy ttst Mr- wMld let It. tntl" mldM Ttm, It iwfrlcleiit proof that they will not get a' FttiewaT.' 'Oordan, IronMw had an npi'rlcitKifl In at tit UOM farm- ers' dtfraUUon wailed oil the Minister at Baarf, wkleh we toll ircflld placed where it would do notl good. The lumen' anoclatloa plication lo. and ktie an foiag to get the kasej tlthough It tMtt entirely Ith .the govtraaiwl laid Mr. Superfluous Hair WAI-ITS, COflNI Removed With Hull llMk 17W ;