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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. THE LET TIBliiriGE DAILY HERALD MILADI EDITED BY "INO" PHONEI OMct 1224 The lan'U are til iYiih all the- auiumu Maze o[ Golden Hod; i Aii'l everywhere the Purple Asters ced. Aed ueml ar.d wave and riit. li'jut. Mrs. Harfop] leaves on Monday for innipeg lor au extended eiay. Mrs. Thomas Quiim has returned from a six wicks' lo North Dakota. .Mrs. J..Emerson Hodgson Is Informally this evening at cards. Mrs.. K. V. llyl'ands IB expected' home tonight from a to Vancou- ver. Mrs. Hugh Scolt Is entertaining at a chain- U-a. tomorrow afternoon In connection uith Knox Ladles' Aid. t Sirs. J. A. MacKa? and little daugh- ter, ivho Bpent the fu'nmer in the cast, arrived home'todayl Mrs. Lte, of 1'oft Williara, and MiEs Kirkle, 'of 'Chicago, spent yesterday lUo Quinii, en route to the coast. Ur. and 3Irs. and daughter arc moving" inlo 'their nc'v residence on Klevonth. Street. Mrs. MeMeeWn's mlllluery lu North LcthbrldBe arc lie centra ot attraction for the ladies ot Ihei city these- days. f e Mr, and Mrs. Edward McKentie Master have arrived In do city after a two months' trip to WeEti vllle, Plctou County, Nova Scotia. CLUBS AND SOCIETIM Page specialty and'-Ve _ prWBly equipped our to; execute then. "v MEAT MARKET John Majcstlo Theatre'-Block.1' Mrs. Hunt, who has been 11! at the Gait tor (he past three weeks Ims to and is a guest with Mrs. H. N. Ilecker. Mr. and Mis. Charles MtClenagUanl have as tlit-ir gucU the sis'- er, -Mrs. Bennett; of real. Mrs. Uenacft is en route home rom the coast accompac- e.d her son-in-law and daughter, Hev. and Jlre- Jack, missionaries to For- OBR1 on theJr return home. Sire. McClenaghan invited in a cw friends at the tea hour yesterday o inccl >Mre, Uennett. Mr. and Sirs- Joseph'I1. Tracy role- iratccl the twenty-fourth anniversary ot their wedding yesterday. Miss Kafe- returned rom Medicine list; iViiVre 'she coni- ilelrd a the The home ol-Mr. .and. Mrs. James Campbell, A-yenue S.. was tho scene ora've.rj; pretty vred- dlng at nine ..o'clock last when llielr .second, daughter, 'jesai? Helen, was uuited.fn marriage to Mr Earle-Beatty. Sloaiii -slder coa of Mr. and. Mrs.'. Asters and .sweet-peas In .profusion dlffus'ed their and f" fume 'picture in lier -weddlng'yrobe Batin de cheno en tralne, 'with nil-over-lace pea'rl garniture, and tulle veil cauchi blossoms. -She carried an "Immense Bhower of roses aud val ley: liltes and Trqre ihe groom's gift, a_. pearl pepdajit. Y _ hride .and- grobfn .were un altprldtd.'.the .Veddlrig-'maych playea'-.hy. J., TT! peaii Irdmeilltiteiy'.attir the. performed by the.Rev." A; (famerbh, the Bit.dqvrB' to dainty .jupper.' Mrs. Sloan' lefl for Spo- bride travelling j In a sipartly.tailored navy blue Gorge suit yjth hat to match'.' On their, return will reside'at loOT1 Fourth Ave. Soilth. 'Lyrhe out-of-tomi pieBts at'the ived- .dlny- Olive 1105.9 ot Emhro, >Iiss Annie .Bell of Tatfstock, Ont; Mies Barbara..Ross, of.Chicago, iiitl. Mr-.p. of Waldo, St. Cyprlau'M Church Junior. GirlB1 Diuie class held JtrtH social gathering of the in the' Parish l. All tho members of the class were present, and a very pleasant j ulug was spent. Dorothy -Sellers, Violet Hageii, Alleeo Bt-rtha IJouUou. Mela Welling too, JIoU, ar.d Ada Covell contributed to a grammo consisting of piano uf, and reading. Refresh- menu were served before dispersing. Flower Guild will t3ie Gait UospiUd as usual at three o'clock tomorrow afternoon, Then flowers will be gratefully received. Should they require to be called for, kiudly telephone C. F. P. (1201.) The Companions ot the Korctt met at eve.ilng aBd decided lo meet twice' a moflth.ia, future to.l-pld it meetings tn St. Mary's ball. It was also decided .to hold a dance on Tuesday, Sciucmbe'r a of whleli will be donated lo ihe Nursing Mission, The worthiness ot thli object should insure a large attendance at the dance, Wfll Be Real Economy At The Hudson's Bay Stores Staple Requirements In Groceries Specially Priced for Your Con- venience H.B. CO. BRAND, PATENT HUN- J.4HIAN FLOUR Per Sack....... 14 Sabk..........75c TABLE SALT, 'Four" bigt.for COG CLOVER LEAF SALMON I' "lit. ilM.'Vaeii.....'.. COG BRAND IOMATOES Packed in Sanitary Cans, 3ib .clzt. Special psr H JJ_ can I 9C N OT ONLY are-we busy malt- ing the, iinal reductions- on the small balances of late siihuncr stocks for quiok and entire clearance on' Friday and Snturdiiy, but several'lines of nqw goods iiarliniilarly suited for present and early Fall wear, have heen specially selected from our immense stocks and priced so much below reg- ular values that makes it imperative fov all who are studying economy and are (iesirous that their money Ue-spoilt to the best possible advantage, to pay this store a visit tomorrow or Saturday and .make their selections from the iiems herein mentioned. Take Your- Lunch With on Friday or; Saturday OF SERVICE AND LOWEST PRICES. TONGOE, 'ASPARAGUS, ROTA- TOES! BREAD.rad TER. Tea or'Coffee -OUC SCOTCH EGGS. BREAD AND FRUIT and.DEVONSHIRE ut.t-AM PEACH PIE; TEA-'OH COFFEE HOT APPtE- PIE WITH CREAM (Diiring Lun'cb ICE CREAM, ORANGE FLAVOR 25c 15c Men! An opportunity without an equal to supply your needs at a saving f. of from 1-4 off regular low prices Flannel Shirts Ladies' MarirTailoredFall Suits These cornprlfo Just a dozen suits that were received a little too lale for last setsoh'ii. aplllng; and while they are not "the: latent, styles. we have, .nre all good conservative plain tailored- garments. Sucli raaierlals'as'black and navy French Fancy and Coats ine correct rounded, front wlih medium length backV. {25.00. Qh-Fridaj-'and Saturday only Pure Army Fiannel Shirts, TvcJl made-In good roomy Have of tbe most satisfactory at any price. All Hzes, Y4.tt.to.17. On Friday and Saturday each THE LATEST TEA GOWNS In "Crepi de chcrie" or The moat Important point In the tlgn Is the coat of chiffon and broid lace, with black velvet ribbon tied In 'AND 'SCOATS IN GREAT VARIETY :AtRylands Co. for Friday and Satur- Sale, all the New. Wear Things for Fall, prices -that will surprise you for value. If iXQU.-.want to see some f.Swell' Coats, picked by our buyer who.is. in. the East, come and see the latest have .some exceptional values in Underwear in Combinations and two piece Goods, Stanfields, Watsons and Penmans and other.makes. RYLANPS CO. Cut from aud durable imported Tweeds, immense'variety ot emart pa.ttercg to Delect from. perfeclly tailored, linings and L-lnterltnlncB-'guaraDteed plzes 31 to 44, wrfj-uip'lo at ode O 4Q price for Frldafcapd Saturday, 9 Men's 'Odd Long DressingSacques Dainty.Paisley and Cqavth-.. Uonal "design finlshH' flannelette, lull iehgth Some trimmed With contrasttng color'Satia liorders others self trl'ninaed. Sires 3C to C 4 CQ- 44. Special each i'Tado froip rns- terials'andj designs to long KlmonaBrrjCut Jo TV square A iiarticularly 'gtiid at r.'.'.'j.v'rs Men's Heather 50 pairs Men's Tweed .Hants made up In cqrtrect-Btylee, neat patterns in 'colorings jand extra durable qiialltieB. Regular values up to (3.50, 7K 'lien..ijneSLin. eii'es jS.j; jijl value In the regular way at Allr.ton: Friday.and On Friday and Sal. C 4 flH ular 51.50 for V Friday and Saturday your lfess Axminster SIZE 7 (t. 6 In. x 9 (t.; worth For___...................... Ei Saxony Seam- at these prices .00 Dogskin Walking Cadet style, dome faileiur 'liln or Cape and durable u4 ptr- tlcularly adaptitble (or, Ins. walklps 'or WMF. only; of al1 tlso >nd SHurdiy tt per Boys' and School Hose All w'oon rlh Blick Cashmere good med- ium 'weight, adapted for boys' or glr's' tchool wear. Complete range of all 7.': 10'. You would par In Ibf rsiiilir for ine sites arid 4Sc for the largvr ones. On Friday ind St'.ordty .11 it A <4C H-S L.wn Hdkcf.. 100 dozen wilt cjunllty P'ire wliHo Irlih fawa' Hem- Jtltchtd HarMkerctikfa, on Frldiy and BiliinUy Qf on tale at tnttl C9C 'SJZE'9 ft.'x 9'fi.j ff 4 J TC 'SIZE 9 It. x 12 fl.; worth 535.00. COfl TC s Exqumteiy Beautiful Madras Curtains regularly sold reduced to After all thsrc is.no form of'drapery (luile BO graceful and dainty, or more suggestive or refiued camforf'thVn these Scotch Madras Muslin Curtains, nor are there any morn durable fprietlea known, Thfa pdriUnlar line comes in rich Ivory ground with cntrancjug color, corubinattori of green and goTd and jreen and mauve, in neal.molit designs. Sizes 64" and tbrec' y.anls iong. For Friday and Saturday, per'pair farmers and Threshermen will appreciate this offer in grey Union Blankets Imported by ui from the mills in Kngland especially for tho seuon. blinktU are Union wool and Shoddy, from greaM or other Impurlties-rnlce heavy with r.eat dnrX.bluo hordera. Size. 65 x 78 inches. We, cbtllflnse you to mtich Ihi'm less than C4 gQ and we them on and Saturday at V i STRICTLY F.OR CASH ONLY, Afcp SALE 00003 CANNOT BE HAD ON APPROVAL Hudson'sBay Storeis A Friday and Sat- urday Clean-op of all Remnants In Dry .Goods Section For Friday and Saturday we aro turning out all abort onds from our 'Dress Oooda slock, tho. tremendous bust-, neas ve have had so far thlft season leaving us with many, short lengths on our shelvca. Thesa run in lengths of from 1U to 5 yards, suitable lengths for children's dresi. 63, ladles' tcpante skirls and seine lengths sulHclcnt lor wholo costume. There are. Tweeds, Cheviots, Serges, Cashrr.dres, Poplins, Armures Bedford and Otto- man Cords, blacks, navys.and all Wanted colors. For Fri- day and Saturday. _ All at Leu Than Mill; ;