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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THK JMJ.LV EDITED, BY "INO" Office Phont 1224, Phone 774. Oullmm, Mr. and -Mrs. Alex.-Park, Kifciivale Mr. nnd Mrs. Mai'donald, Thnnilmry. Letters of regret were, also receiv- ed from many parts nnd telegrams of i congratulation were read from Uev. jdno. Irving, Monterey, ill. lrvliis, I.ellibridgc Misses Me- !Kay nnd Anil, l.clhlmdge Mrs. II. Fleming, Kingston, and from the bridegroom's fellow-members of the Massey-Hurrls staff, I.ethlirldgc. Thursday, 21, Miss Helen Mcwburn returned tills The following ilcm, front Hie Col- fternoon, from a short visit .wilh Miss Jessie llclelier, of Edmonton. lingtvood llullelin, is of much local Mrs. William Clcary St., S., receive noon. interest "Manic Grove." the home -of Mr. 120 Seventh janil Mrs. Thos. Wright, Hanks, was ine liCene ui n wetidiiig on l-Iondny evening, .Scpl. Jill, when their eldest- daughter, Jean Kennedy, Inspector West, of the was united In marriage to Mr. Alex-! returned yesterday from Kdmonton, I under .1. Irving, son of Mr. when! he spent the past week. Irving, M.l'.i'.. ol Vernon, j -At eight o'clock to the strains of Mr. W. n. .of. UicjllK! wodillng marcli, played the Eastern Townships Hank. jj Ihe bridal par- 11 few days in Calgary. the spacious drawing room, which was tastefully decorated with ferns and geraniums, and the Mr. Hastings leaves to- night for Montreal, to resume Kindles ill McOill. simple servjce of the Presbyterian his 'church was conducted iiy Rev. lie. i.V.ilne, nrinister of church, An ini.eresir.iy novelty was .Miss Jeanette Murray, of introduction of the uld-tiim- cus- briflRe, is visiting in the city, the lom of guest of Mrs. (Dr.) Anil. Calgary Mlll, t The bride, who awav by jhcr. father, looked charming, -gowned Mr. nnd Mrs. H. Williamson'in ivory pajlletle silk, in Iiavp'iuoi'ed from 1231 Sixth .Aye., to jcmpire .style .and trimmed, with sc- thcir new residence, 633 giiins'ami pearls. .She wore ,the St., S, Mr. D. D. McPhec and daughter, of Ontario, who were guests for a short time with Mr. and Mrs. IMulhcrn, SUathcona Court, have returned. Mrs. C. .1. I.ittle, Mrs. George Lisk mid .Miss Hilicl Atcheson, who g yciilioii.il veil .and oraage' blossoms and carried u sheaf of lilies of the valley and maiden-hair ferns. Her oil- ly ornaments were a real iiearl neck- j 'lace, the gift of the groom, and a pearl ring, an heirloom of the Wright I family for over three hundred years. I The liride was attended by her sis-j 1'ISK vcn Miss. Lindsay Wright, who guests will, Mrs. fi. McKay, have sweetly pretty in a gown of returned to Cranhrook. jsllL'" inessaliiiB silk with hand-: lings of silvered insertion and carried ja Ijouijiict of while asters. Jean Mai- Mrs. JlcLelland, Miss [latch Miss Gilmorc rctiirneil to the home of Mr. Walter Ross. and colm, cousin of the bride the litlle Mis. Stratford, made ihe daintiest of j (lower girls, dressed in a simple (while carrying, a -bouquet A. relumed The jrfoom was ir, wt will r.ttem, -the Sacred Heart ,ffmt, R- ;f 01 vent. During the ligning of the register I Mr. Layloii, organist ol Kno.v church Mnnns, of Calgary, I plavcd with'mncff feciing who has heen house guest aml heautiful So- Mr, .A. Southard, for the past ,o, accompanied bv Miss K. Thercafler tile, bridal party return- ln 'Ju drawing room, where the Ihe Mower Ruild again requests M Hovers then- weekly visit to the of lnc numbering r.alt Hospital tomorrow afternoon. ovot Ma t Have a dona ,ou o, garden fromil eonside'rable distance, blossoms to he called ior, kindly tele- phone Mrs C. F. P. Convhearc. The Ladies' Aid of the First Bap- tist church met at the home of Mrs. Gouf, 'yesterday afternoon, with .a very good attendance. Husincss was laid over until the ncvt meelinj juid ihe time devoted to sewing. among whom were Mr. I.aylon, l..eth- bridge -Mr. T. Irving, Detroit; Mr. K.jJ. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. George Malcolm, Mrs. Easton and Miss Ire- land, Stratford Mrs. Oonldv Toron- to; Mrs. J. Wright, Philadelphia; Rev. A. Macfnrlane, Bayfieid Mr. wl :g, Smith's Falls; Miss Homier, Mrs. Gnuf served a very dainty lunch 'Mrs. Roy assisted, and a so- ciiil time was spent chatting over the ,1ca cups. New Mr. Geo. 'Teller. Mr. and Mrs. Sandtord .Lindsay. Mr. and Mrs. E. Nolan, .Miss Oraee -Lindsay, Mrs. and Miss Fachnic, Mr.' Creight.on, Miss E. Hughes, Collingwood M DON'T BE "DECOVED" 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? Staff or d-Agnew Ga If you live out of town, write After a hounlifnl and daintily serv- ed repast, presided over by t lift i ma- trons of honor. Mrs. It. Malcolm and Mrs. I. Park, the luaxt list was through.; "The proposed hy Air. ainl responded to by the jjroum ".Tim proposed )jy Mr. K. Smith, and responded' to Ijy the groomsman "Mr. yfolculni, promised by .Rev. A. Blacfar- Innc and responded to in permn. and tliu "IKjsl mul by .llilni' and re.iponHed by Mr. Wright.. Messrs., u. Cnllo- T. (irnhwi and I'ark, school trusli-es, also referring -to tin; and esteem in Miss IWrft-ht had been held us a teach- er in tlin neighborhood. Afterwards a iint musical evening spent and abfoul inidniglil I lit- bride and amid sli.ivcrs of riec and good wishes [or an extended down (he st. l.awreiicc to Prince Kil. ward Island, at conclusion ol eelved fnun all quit IMS Tlin- bride's others u beautiful their liomu at j from Hev I I'-'ill.', and -av uruss wa-s a jini'iit. Jloune. Winn nd :Mrs. Irving fciher lTiin0 Mo'n'lerel', McMilhn, GoverB- ilKg ttstilied ero- i usptct (or Mr in IIIM, indent- an rs. rying. lm h IM, indcnt- sg.lt to the hridesninld (or themuhis r glrla "'l' curt I i i then, to their home the all friends hca tor ttalf uTO and prospuitv HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY News of the week. Bargains better than ever. Our wek-end sale extends over Friday and Saturday. Early shopping will be a necessity to secure the Best Snats TWO DAYS CRAMMED FULL OF BARGAINS All Sale Goods are for No Approval, or Exchange .t .1. u n _ Smart Tailored Suits for For Fi-Jctay tmcl Saturday we Ji.uvc pJanned a sale of about 25 stylish tailored suits, thorough] v up-to-date mid suitable for All shades of mixed tweeds are represented; paiiama cloth and fine serges; In a great variety of beautiful colorings These suits are beautifully tailored, and ''stylishly cut liv most ex penenced workmen and would be real good value'in, the regular way at prices varying from am! m eases up lofe.OO and anticipate a quick and ready sale for those suits; aid we offer a special invitation to ihe ladies of U-thbridge to call oarly on nvidav and thus avail themselves of this opportunity. oV.seeins vim o'u'r ex tensive buying facilities enable us to place before.them, and'the'cmormous saving it means to them. ill our windows will be displayed a few of the models offered- how.ever is very lifted, and we shall esteem it a pleasure to show other models 111 our spacious allow rooms.. Those not fictitious prices, but. Keimine ?20.00 to 540 00 f 4 f njk suits for J 5.00. Fine Taffeta Silk Blouses for other way. He made a to put them on the market at a price that barely pays for the m'lteriaTs boil s ever on Hie lookout for special bargains i .95 Bargains in the BootDept. Best Ever Usually sold at St.OO. Spe- cial week-end bill-gain Women's Bull Dog- Remarkable value. To clear, per pair Women's Veleur Go- loshed Bluchers Smart full toe, a smart sensible boot with a reputation. Qdwin' C. Hurt make 3 to i. all half sizes, various fittings This Is an exceptional offer. Reg. ?B.OO ff On Friday and Saturday only, Worjd renowned Sit-Kid Boots Reduced to Women's black suedei button, Cuhsin heel; a smart and comfortable shoe..These arc our reg. value rtf Friday and Saturday 9 Vi90 __ A Sll-Kid for Veleur Calf Blucher, plain .vamp, welted, Cu- han heel, all sizes and fittings; iiote the make and tbe price. Reg. JG.OO line.- Friday and Saturday, only Child's P. GoloshBlu. Kid top, sizes 3 to 7; a.boot that