Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
THK JLKJ'HBRlftGE DAILY H KHALI) MRS BERBECK of the Codville Company TEA, COFFEE -TELLY At The McKillop Grocery Store all this week TJTI3 LADIES ARE INVITED to sample those goods, and they will, no doubt, ENJOY 'A CUP OF TEA OR COFFEE, while out shopping I hcsc cold clays. HE: YOUNG Jf AY hour thli morning, H. B. YounsY chltt Dominion Geographer, was round in bed with a lite or Wlllliiin1 'Glad- Btone in hiiudB. Death waa.due to' hourl failure., Mr. Young; bad In .good houlth und worked till six o'clock'bill night retiring at ills '.null hour. He wan formerly provincial lands surveyor for both Manitoba und British-. t'oluinbla.governmGli'.s uud 'waiVwell known'all. Domin- Mr. Young jliado sur- ey of tlio 'entire .'city of Winnipeg 'when tho Totrens Tltle-..synlem was introduced. WILL BE JUST A SHORT SESSION Ottawa Ont., Oct. is aaicl to be practically settled that the sua- sion of Parliament wbicli will.open on November 15th will be a short supply session. The Mouse will Hit for a little over a month and prorogue. A second session will be railed for the latter part of February or the early part of 'March. CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Afcadia Block MID-WEEK SALE! i Wednesday bajgdins of .in unusual tliiutlei, oJ the utmost nupoj lance lo mon supplying (lieu immediate iiccds lot homo and peisorul use No heed for a long talk about such, splendid values as these.' The pricet teii ineir own economy tell It hett. .Assortments, too, are broad and MtUfyina, but we adviit in jarly thingt you know, are snapped .up. fast. WEDNESDAY Dress Goods Sale. Tweed Suit Lengths worth up to The newest fabucs of the season foi tiiloied au'ts shown in the handsome -MA ures of greys -leens blues tans jnd browns each in m txclusiie suit tength of the jardb to r4 inches -wide ibsoliiteh pure wool and just the propel for Fall or Spring wear Qualities sold regularly U iO Wednesday Bargain WEDNESDAY S4LE Ol y Gray Flannel 17 J-2c Hrgulai 25c -value1? and dark colors soft finish splendid quality cloth 27 ins wide and unahnnkable WEDNESDAY SALE Or Fine White Cotton, 10c Woith up 10 I5t Fine cimbricb inil longcloths in extra soft finish tnll_ynrd wide and excellent values at tbe regular price. WEDNESD VY SALK Oi Table Damask, 35c .Regular 50c "saluo Fine quality, full bleached cloth, 60 ins. wide, splendid weight strolls jnd closely woven WEDNESDAY SALE Of Linen Glass Cloth, 10c Rogulai J2 l-2o value Fine Quality, pure linen, 20 ins. wide; good shown in neat checks of red or blue. WEDNESDAY SUIT SALE A Collection of Newest Styles worth up to 0.00 Pretty tweeds in light and medium mixtures ilso handsome plain cloths In seigea cheviots lenetians. and basket cloths one pure wool x Co-ila are Imndsomeh trimmed in wajs with braid silk satin and buttons >allk or -aatin lined throughout skirts cut moderatels narrow vlth front and back effect to con form to present most popular styles All up to 00 Wednesday Bargain WEDNESDAY SALE Winter TJmlertests, (We lieoulai -MOO Watson's well known make, heavy ribbed goods "In natural color" value at .the bargain price. WEDNESDAY SALE or New Stjlc Jtcg'ulnr -SI.50 value. Two different models in this splendid lot, both io the majority of medium figures; extra medium, bins. All sizes. WEDNESDAY SALE Of Cashmere Hose, 2Jk' Eegiilai 40c plain weaves and fine .ribbed goods, iirex- ccllent qualllleo and good weights spliced heeis and toes, double lolcs; sizes 8 1-3 to 10. Ins. WEDNESDAY SALE Of Winter Globes, Me Kcgulni fl mocha and iinllned ilogskin walking glovei; shown in light and dark shades of tan; to eight. WEDNESDAY MILLINERY SALE Becoming Trimmed Hats worth up to New shapes included In'l.hia lot that you, Imvo not'Men before, comprfciiig collection of some-two score; so t.hnt the choice is a varied one, both in style. colors as well diversity of trimmings. Models are suited to street or semi-dress wear and values are far and away the best -..__ rtltr nnu- HwMon. Worth UP f-0 rlmning. Models are suited to street or ever offered by our new Millinery section. Worth up to 1224 iwel j'diir dwel Hound j'diir dwelling, A1I diy'; telling their woe. And at veiper As 'they .whisper: Ut'the 1'homaB Duclianau Read. L. S. Gowe will receive tomor- row afternoon for the first time since coming to'LetbbridKe. Mr. and Mrs. W.. .latrctl, of Cal- gary, who have hccn on a trip to tlio coast, are guests with Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Fcttcrly. Jlrs. R. Scatle was a bridge hostess this afternoon, the honor Sliest being Mrs. Spriugle of Mont- real. Miss Stella Burns, of Calgary, ar- rived in tbe city yesterday and will oe the guest of Miss K. Hoy, Duffcrin street, tor a few days. Mrs. F. II. .Mewbutii will -receive tomorrow afternoon, for tlic lirst (into'.this season; Tlio Daiiglitcrs anil ilaids of Eng- land ..will' Hold a dance hi the K. of P. Mill, on Friday evening, October 27lh. _ Rev. 'Canon McMillen left this af- ternoon for Calgary, where he will de- liver an address tomorrow afternoon 3t the Laymen's Missionary conven- tion onj'ACa'ii to Higher Service. Mr. and Mrs. W.. E. Porter, ol Me- dicine Hat, who were week-end guests with the -Misses Mcl.cay, returned home vesterday. afternoon. Mi lohn Dixon" of M iple GrcU. returned home morning iitei vis iting his Mrs S I Shep- herd Mrs Dixoifiwil] remain for some little time There was a splendid attendance of the Art Needle Work Club yesterday afternoon, whenMrSi 0 Hf Define entertained the "crab at J W Uqulton'8. The club will not. meet, next lion- day on account of -Thanksgiving Day but uill meet a from Monrfaj it Mrs. .L. H. 310 Bompas St. are rLquested not to forget the the oi St C s cliuich ire holding on Thursday afternoon at. the Con hodquirteis in tlic Do minion block. All sorts of gooii things will lie on sale and Kill find it worth while: to atlenJ. At a special m'aeting of the Relief Society held at the 'V.irsing Mission 'etiterday afternoon, the ladies made final 'arrangements in connection with the- Charity Bari, which .will be held on Hallowe'en night, on'a week from tonight The tickets arc selling well and it Is qiiite evident that toe affair will be well attended. Tnose who do not go to the dance will undoubtedly miss a'.very enjoyable time. The appearance of Mmfi. Xordica at the Majestic on Siturdij night is a social urnt which is being rajcrh anticipa'cd hi the society folk ol tht city Mine. Nordica is the wjlc of George the well known New York millionaire banker home life is of tlic happiest, for Mmc. Nordica is essentially womanly with rare do- mestic virtues which, though as well known to the public, arc just: ,is real as her triumphs on the stage. About seventy people enjoyed the social at Knox church last evening. The affair .was put on by Weitmlniter (jnlld, and (Irs C.ulld li to be congrat- nlated on the success of evening. A program was rendered consist- ing of vocal solos by Misa Cochrane J.Mr. Spencer and Mr. Wilkes: piano solo by Miss violin solo by McPhce and a couple of selec- tions by Mcsrs. ackenzlt; and Spencer. Some enjoyable were played Imported HOLBROOKS UBA WCNtCmUOMKE SAUCE GENUBA Lethbridge, Alberta, 1 October 24th, 1911 Dear Sir or Madam-- Me take pleasure to announce that we have secured the agency for the ''Tuec" stationary air- cleaning system. We cordially invite you to our store on Friday and Saturday next, October 27th and 28th, when we will lo give you a demonstration. We believe the '.'Tuec" system is First: Becausejt reaches the limit of (teaming possibilities, both in scope and thoroughness. Second: Because it does away with all inconvenience in handling Third: Because it is absolutely sanitary; removes all the dust and germ-laden air Fourth: Because the cost is within the reacA of every home, and because it can be installed in home now built or under construction To know the why and wherefore of this superiority, let us explain what the system is and how it would work in own house Your obedient servants, HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. and a delicious lunch was served. Those in charge wish to cordially thank all who took part in the pro- ;rum, or contributed in any way to the success of the evening The euchre given in the K. of P. hall 1aat evening under the or the Ladles' Altar Soci'aty of St. Patrick's church 'Was unite success- ful The game in play at sis teen tables Mrs Fred Gow whining the ladles' first favor and Mrs. Begin the second while Mr Will Gibbons captured the gentlemen's first trophy and Father Bldault the second Needham'e orchestra discoursed sweet music throughout the evening and the following fine program was rendered Vocal soJo Hroetch solo Miss Burns (Calgaiy) and chor us by the children of the All those asstatmg in the program courteously replied to Dainty refreshments were ran eel at the card tables, as a splendid meeting ot the P of Upruns clmrcli last cvcnins, when the following com- mittees ippuinted Lilcrarj, Mr Guilbaiilt Mlsb Jonn ston Miss Bairelt and Mi V-lnt- raoie Devotional Mis h-irl Mr Soulston Miss Gcoghcgan Miss Ma tm and Miss Dunk Lookout Miss Shirlei Miss Danes Miss Tho n son Mr Radcliftr and Ml 1 ucku The first mnied in each committee is the convener. Mr. Guilhault was appointed sccretan Ibis is an cntirell dtparture and the idea isito assist those of the congrega tion. who need employment, from time to time in obtaining ll The next mrcti ig on Mondai niRht night will take the foim oi a Hal- lowe'en social. Although fit was not Higc tlm qinlilv of the meeting at, Ppnorth League lisl night was good. Mr. II. Elton gave a. cdncalni and inspiring talk on 'The Fulfillment of Citizenship. Excellent piano solos were render- ed hj Miss Miss Olivet mil Miss Uiser. Mr. Andrew, convener of the Chris- tian Citizenship committee, was chairman. kxiM to BIG BANQUET TO SIR WM. WHYTE Winnipeg, Oct. hanqiiet to Sir William Whytc aE. the KoyAI Alexandra tonight, an optwrtunity which has been aeiMd by liifi friends throughout tlie '.vest representing ev- ery branch of industry to mark their appreciation of the great work he hna done towards the development of Western Canada, jjromisus to be most viucceflefn) mflair of the kind ever holt! hero. Besides a number of local notables. Iho guests will in- clude some of the most prominent men in Canadian public life, a fea- ture of the evening will he the pre- sentation of n very handsome illver service. Among outside Canadian Pa- cific offlelalH presetrf are the follow- ing: Vancouver, Hnateed, Gen- eral Passenger Agent Urodle and Dl- vivioti Freight Calgary, General Price and Dis- trict Superintendent Maharg; Nelson, Superintendent Miller, District Pass enger Agent Welle, Captain Gore and K. W. Drew; Moose Jaw, District sup- Scully and 'Chief Justice Fa I con bridge of Ontario, .who, is here in connection with the A. F.-and A. 33rd degree ceremonials, ROBT. MATHER DEAD New York, Oct. er, chairman of. the txiard of dirMfr ors of Abe Westlnghoum Electric and Mfg. and director many rail. roads and banks, died at his tiere at 530 o'clock, thie morning) after a short illuese. Hudson's Bay Co. Children's Sweater Coats Do not wait until all tlie.best have been chosen before you make your se- lection of Sweaters 'and Sweater Coats, for the winter wear., Our stock at' present contains some renmrk- ably goocl'buys-in plain colors and color com- binations, bulrvthere is no telling how long they will-last il'.thelpresent weather continnes Ladies' Dress Skirts Kxlremely sinarl and stj'lish are our new, models in Ladies' Skirts. FOR have an exceedingly imart black voile, trimmed with silk fringe. FOR New York's' latest craze, the moire ikirt, i apron front, tile novelty of the FOR' exceedingly fine range In (.weeds of gm and heather mixtures, well tailored, good material! -M4 The Flowers That Bloom in tbe Spring are difficult to obtain at this season, but why- worry over surh details when we can supply flowers for table decorations that cannot be distinguished from real. BEAUTIFUL AND CLOVER of pink and red. LOVELY JAPANESE in deep gold, or pure white with green centres. DAINTY SPRAYS OF CHERRY 1LOSSOMS AND HOLLY, orntion. GRACEFUL MAIDENHAIR FERNS, so real that it Is to believe they are not actually growing. Do nol confuse these beautiful creations with ordinary artificial flowers, the coloring is so true to fife, the arranging and mounting so pc'rfccHy altiral that only by very close inspection can their idenity be detected. The price of these wonderful cop_ies of na- ture is remarkably 2.V, 40r 73r. spray.