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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta J1EKALO Thnroday, gl, Ij IDITEO BY "INQ" 1221. Rsafdencs Phone 774. Miss tlclen Mewbnrn rfiturneri this} Tlie foJlowlnj; item, from tlio Col- from a short: visit with logwood IJulleUn, is of much local interest. "Maple the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. vyright, IJaiiks, Miss Jossiu Belcher, of Kdmonton. v Mrs. William Clcary, -120 Seventh S., will receive tomorrow aftci- notm. Inspector West, of the R.N.W.M.I'., returned yesterday ftom Kdmonlcm, wliero lie spent the past week. Mr. W. Lnwson, mntiagur of tin; tliu scene of 'a pretty wedding on Monday evening, Sept. -Hh, when" tlieir eldest daughter, Jean was unilud to Mr. Alex- ander -I. Irving, son of Mr.' P. Irving. M.P.iv of Vernon, P.R.I. At ijjght o'clock to the strains of the Lohengrin wedding march, played thy Mrs. Goprgc Park, the bridal par- j ty entered tlio spacious drawing room, which was tastefully decoratcd I with ferns and geraniums, and tliu simple service of thn Presbyterian 1'is (church was conducted by Rev. 'jfo. j-YVlne, rifinistcr of Kuox church, j (.tanks. AH interesting novelty was Miss Jcanottc of Ulh-jthc ihl-roductioii of the oht-lime. CHS-, is visiting in tliu city, ilic torn of an exchange of rings between j guest of .Mrs.. (Dr.) Aull. -r- Cnlgary.jihn bride and groom. Herald. j Thn bride, who was given away by father, looked charming, gowned Mr. and Mrs. H. D. ivory paillette messaiine silk, in liRV'e moved from 1231 Sixth Ave., to j empire style and trimmed with se- tlic Eastern Townships c pending a few days in Calgary. Hastings leaves night for Montreal, to resuniu studies at McGill. Mr. D. .D. MePhce anil daughter, of Ontario, who were guests fQr a short time with Mr. (and Mrs- lUulhern, Strut-hcona Court, have returned. Mrs. 0. J. Little, Mrs. George List and Miss Kthal Atcheson, who were guests with Mrs, U! CJ. McKay, have rnttinicd lo Crftnbrook. Mrt. McLelland, Miss Hatch and Miss Gilmurc returned to the city last jiiijhl, from a visit at the ranch homo of Mr. Walter Koss. Mrs. A. Cunningham returned yesterday from Calgary, where she accompanied her daughter, Mary, wbo will attend the Heart ven t. Con- veiitional 'veil anil orange Mossoms and carried a sheaf of lilies of the valley anrl maiden-hair ferns. Her on- ly ornaments were a real pearl neck- lace, the giit ol the groom, and n pearl ring, an heirloom of the Wright, family for over three hundred years. The bride was attended by her sis- ter, Miss Lindsay Wright, who looked sweetly pretty in a gown of shlii! pinlv messnline silk with baud- ings of silvered insertion and carried a hoiiijiict of white asters. Jean Mal-' colm, cousin of the bride, the little' daughter of Mr. Gco. Malcolm, 3.A., of Stratford, made the daintiest of flower girls, dressed in a simple' white frock, carrying a bouquet of pink carnations. The groom was I supported by his Thos. S. Irving, B.Sc., resident 'engineer of the Grand Trunk Railway, Detroit. During the signing'of the register Mr. Layton, organist of Knox church, ridge, .played .with muck feeling and expression, a beautiful violin so- lo, accompanied by Miss' E. Hughes, Collingwood. Thereafter the bridal party return- nil to ilia drawing, room; where the Poo Mower Guild again requests hnppy received the congratula- ftov.-ers, for their weekly visit to thejtjons of the large company Hospital afternoon. onc Maily from a considerable distance, among whon? were Layton, Lcth- bridge; Mr. T. Irving, Detroit Mr. I'j. J. and Mrs. George Malcolm, Mrs. Kaston and Miss Ire- land, Stratford Mrs. Gould, Toron- lo; Mrs. J. Wright, Philadelphia; I Rev. A, Macfurlnne, Hayiicld Mr. W. Park, Smith's Falls Miss Homier, New York Mr. Geo. Teller, Mr. and Mrs. Sandford Lindsay, air, and Mrs. E. Nolan, Miss Grace Lindsay, Mrs. and Miss Faclinio, Mr. Creighton, Miss E. Hughes, Collingwood Mrs. Miss Kmily Munns, of Calgary, who has been a charming house guest with Mr.s. A. Southard, for the past live wcrks, left for her home this af- ternoon. II you have a donation of garden blossoms to be called for, kindly tele- phone Mrs. C. F. P. Convhcnre. The Ladies' Aid'of the First Bap- tist church met at the home of Mrs. Gouf, yesterday afternoon, with a very good attendance. Business was laid, over' until the next meeting, Riid Ihe time devoted to sewing. Mrs. Gouf served a very dainty lunch Mrs. Hoy assisted, and a so- cial time was spent chatting over the .tea cups. DON'T BE "DECOYED" INTO BUYING SOME CHEAP GUN OR SPORTING GOODS. OR HARDWARE. INSTEAD, COME TO THE STORE THAT IS KNOWN TO CARRY THE BEST. WE TAKE PLEASURE IN SHOWING OUR GOODS TO THOSE WHO COME IN. WE STAND BEHIND EVERYTHING WE> SELL. WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT? Stafford Agnew Co. If you live oul of town, write H. Cullinin, Mr. and Mrs. Alex. I'ark, KAnvnle Mr. and Mrs. Mncdonalcl, Tliornlntry. Loners of regret wore aluo rtcoi'v- iicl from ninny ami lelugriiius of cuipg'nilulaliuii wcru rend from Huv. tico. C. Irving, Monlcrcy, II. Lollilii-lilgc Misses Mo- Kay and Anlt, Lolliliriilgc Mrs. II. J-'Icinlng, Kingplon, anil from tho lirldesrooin's Icllow-momliers ol (ho Miisscy-IIarrls stall, I.etlibriilgc. After a bountiful and daintily serv- ed repast, presided over by (ho ma- trons of honor, Mrs. It. Malcolm imd Mrs. .1. Park, the following r toast list was gone through "Tlio proposed by Mr. U. .N'olan, and responded lo by the groom "Thi! proposed by 'Mr. E. J, Smith, and responded to by the groomsman "Mr. Malcolm', proposed by licv. A. Jlactar- lano and responded to in person, and Hie "Host and proposed by Kev.-Oeo. Milne and'responded lo hy Mr, Wright. Messrs. E. Giillo- v.-ay. T, (Jralmii and .1. Park, school trustees, also spoke, referring -lo tlic high poinitarily and esteem in which Miss Wright, had linen hold as n Icacii- cr in the neigliliorliood. Afterwards n musical evening was spent and aliout midnight (lie bride anil groom left amid showers of rice and jjooil wishes for nn extended trip down the St. .Lawrence to'Prince Wd- ward Inland, at Ihc conclusion ol which they will make The brittV's a handsome tailored navy blue serge, with hat to match. Tlm groom's the liridesmaid a ring, (o the Mower girl u :olil bracelet, and to cnff links and tic pin. Tlic numerous and costly gifts rc- c'eivi'd quarters, others a heantiliil. silver tea service j'lriim 0. CM., anil L'ady monI...House, Winnipeg, jqiicnlly to the nigh respect for Mr. airs. Irving. They have evideiij- mnde for tliemsi'lvus many frlcuiis in 'In- west, anil they carry with them lo their western home, the, good wisher, of all for happiness and prosperity t J" HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY News of the week. Bargains better than ever. Our week-end sale extends over Friday and Saturday. Early shopping will be a necessity to secure the Best Snaps TWO DAYS CRAMMED FULL OF BARGAINS All Sale Goods are for Cash Only. No Approval or Exchange Smart Tailored Suits for For Friday and Saturday we have planned a sale of about 25 stylish tailored suits., thoroughly up-to-date and suitable for present wear. 'All at price AJ1 shades or mixed tweeds are represented; panaraa clotu and-.flne serges; in a great variety of beautiful colorings. These .nits are beautifully tailored, and stylishly cut by most ex- perienced workmen and would bo real good value in .the regular way at prices varying from 125.00 and In many cases io and J40.00. We anticipate a quick and ready sale for these suits; and we offer a special invitation to the ladies or Lethbridge to'cull sarly on Friday and thus avail themselves of this unique opportunity seeing what our ex- tensive buying facilities enable us to place before them, and the enormous saving it means to them. In our windows will be displayed a few of the models offcrcdY space however, Is very llm.'ted, and we shall esteem it a pleasure to show other models in o.ur spacious show rooms.. These are not fictitious prices, but genuine ?20.00 to 00 I- MA suits 919.00, Fine Taffeta Silk Blouses for Impossible! you will say. ' has never been done'before However, we have a reason. A large New York manufacturer awaitinc a supply o. silk from England, which, owing to the dock strike, had been considerably delayed, found it. necessary to employ his hnge staff in some Ho of these blouses and bad Ifsed Pr'Ce tarcly pays for tlm The Hudson's Ray Company, ever on the lookout for special bargains bought largely of these and we are placing them on sale for FrSf an i Saturday at a price hitherto unheard of. Fine Taffeta Silk, beautifully made in up-to-date stvle with klmoni sleeves, in brown, navy, grey, white, green or black. Wo are a wm WiDdOW tto Dert See that you shop.early and secure one of these remarkable f t etf bargains. All one price S .S5 Bargains in the Boot Dept. Best Aver Boys' Running Women's Bull Dog.-Rubbers .Remarkable value. To clear, per pair Women's Veleur Go- loshed Bluchers Smart full toe, a smart sensible boot with a reputation. Kdwin C. Hurt make 1 to 7, all halt sizes, various fittings. This ,s an exceptional offer. fS.op. CA On Friday and Saturday only, pair9viOU World renowned Sil-Kid Boots Reduced to Women's black suede, button, Cuban heel: a smart and comfortable shoe. These aro our reg. J6.00 value CIS QC Friday and Saturday 9 A Sll-Kidfor Veleur Calf Blucher, plain vamp, welted, Cu- ban heel, all sizes and fittings; note the mnke and the price. Reg. 4G.OO line. Friday nnd Saturday, only Child's P. Golosh Blu. Usualh it jioo sue eial weekend Inigain Kid top, sizes S to boot that will tjivo gootl service and just as stylish as our best ladies' footwear, Reg. Special bargain Housekeepers' Day in the Men's Working Boots Dry Goods Department Pure Linen Table extra heavy quality pure Irish'linen, grass-bleached table damask, 72 ins. wide, and excellent 'value at yard. On Friday nnd Satur- 'Kyfor Pure Linen Huckaback Towels Hemmed, ready'for use: size 19 x 38; a good heavy'towel and exceptional value at regular price, 50c pair. Special, sale price, a, pair......................JJq White Cotton Turkish Towels Heavy, quality, soft and absorbent, 19 x 36; a great snap for .Friday and Saturday, a pair...................25C Ladies' Union Vests and Drawees Good heavy for immediate wear. Vests have 'high neck and long sleeves, buttoned down front and fin- ished with crochet laco and drawn ribbon round nock; may hod in. white or natural. Drawers full nnklo length, in natural only. These were ripping values nt oOc. Friday and OOC Buff Bluchers, good solid soles; viceable boot; all sizes. Reg. Special for Two Days Only :i real ser- Various Odd Sizes In "Women's and Children's Shoes and Boots, n real ciean up of odd pairs; all good sound stock; many- were from to Tills Is a 'Special 'Snap. One piicc pet pan Aft I Save 50c per bag on Flour Hudson's t3ay Company Patent Hungarian Flo.ur is acknowledged by all to be the best foi breid 01 pnfahv No other flour produces so many loaves from ft bag, nor sticb white, crisp pnstij Regular price J3 7u On Friday and Saturday Per 85c Fruit Sealers 85c The best known and approved make. Simple, accessible, air tight; in pint, .quart and half gallon sixes; all one price; a' OOC {Usually Sold at per dozen 50 dozen Men's Negligee Shirts to be sold at 75c each 3fot