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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta JViflay, Scptftnibcr 27, 1912 DAILY HER ALP MILADI Offin, EDITED BY "INO" is nu.l. jvliat .stays hi our nioui- 1 Mrs. J. T.. .1. .Yallance, Mis- (Ur.) but what lias passed into our Mrs. T. S. FotU'rly, .Miss vClmrncter, Unit is the possession o Uroolts. plays a larger part tlian 'oiled, in till) happiness of life, and i cultivation of the. unselfish part our nature is not only one of the it lessons of morals, but also t oi f i'.SjMr. and Mrs. F. W. Downer leave bmorrow on a short trip to Boulder, oniana. ;51rs. Lawrence, oi Winni- !g', who has ueen a much feted vis- tar in the city, leaves'for home to- brrow night. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fairfleld leave unorrow to visit in Salt Lake City. Mis Hubert Kirkpatrick arrived in ic city yesterday Gfrom Kirkcaldy, cotland, to join Mr. Kirkpatrick. Mi ml Mrs. .1. Uoullon re- luneii ibis morning from a month's in Pennsylvania, Toronto, Ni- 1 ills, Buffalo and Winnipeg. j4 Miss S K, Logic and Elsie .Johnson, 'of Biickhsycn, JFifeshire, Scotland arrived in the city yester- Titeinoon and will reside here in future Miss .lohnson is-, a sister of K and .Johnson. Vason, secretary of the Lcth- ndnL has made nirange- ients with the street railway de- artment :to have a special 'car wait- g at the Victoria Mansions to take scnpus to any part of the city af- the dince, which will he held in 3ft. S 0 P. hall this evening. iMls t Manson was hostess oi a dclijjilfut tea hour affair on Wed- BL d ij ill honor of Mrs. Dick, sr.x J'rs A Dick and Mrs. Howard Did of Calgary, who arc a house K ith Mrs. E. S. Smith, Genc'lg iTonn Those bidden were, Mrs. R. S. .Smith Mrs. R: A. Higinbotham, Mrs. {Or Pamsay, .Mrs. R. R. Coons, Uftcrty anil Miss Smith. Twenty quests gathered at Mrs. J. Sehl's home at the tea hour, yesterday in response- to Invi-i tations from the hostess to meet her guest, Mrs. Lawrence, ol Winnipeg., Mrs. Sehl was attractively gowned i white linen with heavy lace, pep- luni; while the honor guest wore a fetching costume of black and while- striped ninon over white. s'lk wit lace garniture. 'Mrs. J. B. Mulhern wearing a-chic jrown costume and black.picture hat with.plumes, preside'! pretty tea table, where an exquisite shower of crimson roses formed the centre adornment. The ices were cut by Fraser Cameron, smartly attir- ed, in a brown model witli chapeau of the same shade. A wedding of moro thai! usual in- terest took place at Fernio on Wed- nesday nlsht, at the homo of Alder- man J. H. Broloy, when Miss Edna Hoey, ulster to Mrs. Broloy, wag united In wedlock to Mr. George. Heatlie Thompson. -Tho ceremony was performed by Huv. .1. R. plmmick, of Methodist Church, In the pre- sence of a very tow intimate friends pf the family. Many costly presents were received from friends far and neur, one being a dinner set from the choir iiid Ladles' Aid of the Fernie Methodist Church, and another handsome set of cut glass came frotp the staff of .the Home Hank. Mr. ami Mrs. Thompnoii left oil the west bouii'd train soon after the ceremony, to gone a few days, after which they wiil make their-homo-in correspondent. Clubs and Societies A goodly number of smartly :d matrons and maids called yc'ster- iay afternoon to welcome Mrs. A. K. Gibson on the-occasion of her first since coming, to Lcthbridge. Ferns and deep red ros- .idorhed the drawing room, where Mrs. Gibson welcomed her guests !wearing a.pretty gown of Copenhag- en blue velvet with lace accessories. Mrs. G. W. Robinson, who received with the hostess, was wearing a handsome costume of cinnamon -brown sill; with real lace scari, and large hat with flowers and foliage. The dining room was beautifully done in pink and white roses, the tea table being cfiective with its silver j appointments resting in the soft glow of shaded lights. Mrs. 0. B. Bowman! presided and was smartly gowned black and white striped ninon in silk, and black hat with white trii mings. The deft assistants were Miss 11 Killop in sliot silk with lace ador ment, and Miss Townes 'in. win lingerie. Little Maisie .Bowman, frockcd white with blue riblions, admitted t many callers. Five Cents is all you need pay for the best and i purest soap in the world Sunlight Soap. The inducements offered with common soaps cannot make up for the purity of Sunlight Soap. It costs US more to make pure soap; but it costs YOU less to use it, for Sunlight pays for itself in the clothes, as it does not wear and rub the fabrics like common soaps do. 5c. a bar at al! Grocers. A splendid meeting of SI. Women's Auxiliary was held yester day afternoon, twenty-one members being present. The ladles have lie cided to meet each Thursday an work for their bazaar, which will b. held on November 5. The Ladies' Aid of Kuox Church in tend holding a. poster sale on Novem her 12, 12 and M. This'promises to be.a. unique sale, and a big success is anticipated. It will last three day: and three nights, with a special per formance each evening. '-i The Luther League of St. Paul's First Lutheran Church wilp entertain llieir friends at a concert and sccia to be held on Tuesday evening'at the home of Rev. C. Grant, 1500' Sixth avenue South. A splendid prosramnie has been arranged, and a cordial lii rlUtlon. Is extended to all. The Art Needlework Club will meet on -Monday afternoon with 'Mrs. J. B. Renter, 021 Ninth street South. Tho International Order of Good Templars held a most enjoyable open meeting in Gospel hall last evening Mr. English, lodge deputy, delivered a fine in-ti oductory address, and Mr, Laighf, Chief Templar, followed, with' a splendid address on "What i? Pleasing readings were given by Mrs.1 James Brown and Mrs. Dunswortb'j and a vocal solo by Mr. Hiching was much enjoyed. Fruit -nas seived at intervals during the -aiening Much interest in the order was displajed bj those present, and it. is hoped that aij connected with the order will attend the meetings as regularlj as possible DISTINCT LOSS TO_LETBBRIDGE MR. F. R..AGNEW LEAVIN'G TO BECOME A CITIZEN OF CALGARY Fred R. Agnew, who foi tlie past "our years-has been associated witli' .he linn oi tile Stafford- Hatd- vare business in this v.ill lemc or Calgary on Saturday vhere in Future lie will make his" lorac. Mr. Agnew wiil lie identified' vith the hardware business in Cal-? ary, having thrown in his lot with.! food, Vallance Adams, Ltd., f the largest wholesale hardware ompanies in Canada. This company s fitting and equipping a largejbuild- ng in Calgary tor its growing heeds. Although Mr. Agnew is leaving the ilailord-Agncw Co., he will still coii- inue to retain his interest in that usincss which will be continued by. B. Stafford, who will assume cn- re charge. Mr. Agnew's departure from Lelh- ridge will be greatly regretted by wide circle oi friends. He is a oung man of keen business ability, nd whatever he did was accevm-T ished in a thoroughly and efficient anner. For the past three years he is taken an active part iu the wi- re of the Gun Club, of which IK president. Mr. Agnew was an all lund lover oi sport, and he will le. -eatly missc.1. His future move Cuts will be watched with interest e lias the good wishes of his fellow- eizens, in which the Herald joins r. Agnew's family will accompanj m to Calgary tomorrow afternoon I! HUDSON'S BAY SATURDAY Ten o'clock on-Saturday night will mark tht closing of the greatest and most successful shoe sale ever hold in (his city. To give a lilting ending to this event we are offering some extra inducements i'oi; come before 10 o'clock for this is positively your last chance. LADIES' HIGH SHOES in block and tan, lace or button; box calf, patent