Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 1914 THE LETHBKIDGE HEItAtD PAGP FIVE IS AWFUL! Do not become morbid by thinking and talk- ing about it all the time. Let your thoughts run in lighter channels part of the be health- ier find happier by doing so. Ytnu are cordially in- vited to visit our The world has designed nothing better than these Suits, Dresses and Coats now on display in our Heady-lo-Wedr Salons. New I all Gaimuits at elegance bejond the ordtnjij The styles show, a'marked difference ,to those of past seasons; each model is so created, details so arranged, that [lie effect is that of complete in- diMdiuhty To be conectly diesstd V.B urge an early seleclion. Suits to Coats to Dresses to THE STORE F Southard Block. ,TJ THE PEOPLE. 512 3rd Avenue S. ows You can make your Windows'the envy :of all your neighbors without any extra costand with less trouble than you have now. GUT Furnishing Section is right with all the newest In Extension Roils, the Klrsch. kind that are in all the new styles to give window effects never dreamed of with the old style rods. These, combined with the Newest and Daintiest In' Curtain Fabrics, offer you the utmost satisfaction for your money. MAY WE 'HAVE THE PLEASURE OF SHOWING YOU Standard Furniture Co. HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE OPP. COURT HOUSE 4th AVENUE SOUTH Italy Sends a Call to Sons to Go and Fight i.pkgs. Eourtd. oval- and' 'flat uiiaranteed full weight Six Ounces 500 sheets each Only at Prescription Drug Store AibEris.' of Fails SEE 5ft. MAP SHOWING IN- NER CIRCLE OF FORTS PROTECTING THE CAPI- TAL OF FRANCE IN J. G. ROBERTSON CO.'S WINDOW, War Maps and Atlases At 25c, 50c and for sale. Subscribe for the English il- lustrated Papers now at Robertson's Book Store Letblriilge was yesterday. wild with rumors Mrs. Lincoln II. .JellifT, Mus. B., will open her studio at 608 lltli St., S., on Thursday, Sept. 3rd. W Miss Jean of Monarch, a weekend guest with Jliss E-dra Smith, Glenolg Tower. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Rroail and Ruth, have relun.ed tc the city from MDdJctne Hat, and preparing to rcmoio'there The brothers and sisters of the Int.? Mr. McKelvie returned today to tht-ir homes in Vancouver, Lothbridge Brandon. Calgary News-Tele- gram. Lieut. A. .M. Stirwtt. who has heen in Val Uarticr, returns to Calgary today on leave of ab- sence necessitated by" the death 'of his partner, Jlr. JIcKelvie. All these wishing to join the First A d to the Injured classes are asked io kindly send their names to Mrs, L. M. Johnstone or Mrs. H. Sea tie at once, as the classes are to started without further delay. Mr. aod Mrs. Uromberg, Mr. C. H. Hov.'cjr, ITughe'i and Miss Ai- Dcrnadotto, by Rev. Canon Murrell- Wright. Mr. M, S. McArthur "went to Cai- gary today. t Mies Buwden 'wJH not open her pri- vate school for Uuj fall term until teinber 8, T Mr. Ings of Calgary, who has been visiting Mr. Jack Ross at tha ranch, left for home todny. Mrs. H. TV, Church and children re- turned today from Victoria, where they spent the summer. Mrs. F. E. Fisher and daughter, Francia Benmdette, left today to join Mr. Fisher at North Battleford, where they will make their future home. Mr. Fisher is manager of the Bank of Mon- treal at that place. Mrs, C. F. P. Cony- accompanied, her daughter, whose guest she will be for some time. Mr. and Mrs. P. Ashcrofl-entertain- ed at a whist drive on Saturday even- ing in honor of the la.tter's sister, Miss Hoee Heather, left today for Oak- land, CaJ. The prizes were -won by W. Smith and Mr. Deegan, while the consolations went to -Miss Heather and Mr. W. Smith. A dainty menu was served at midnight. Mrs. O. A. Wilson has .as- her guest Miss Lindsay, of Clarcsholm, who is en route to Great Fans. Miss Rsvoll and. Mtss IHolpmy, who have been visiting Mrs. C. R. Young, le.ii, of Medicine Hat, are spending have left for Winnipeg, the week-end in Coaldale and Leth- Lridge, having left Friday by mo- tor for these points. Word has just been received that Dr. Allan Rankin, provincial health officer and in bacteriology in Alberta university, and Dr. Fyshe, superintendent of Edmonton hospi- tals, hoth of the Army Medical I Corps, wire summoned on Friday on The populace took it that no news a half days' notice to Val Cartier. was lad news, refusing to pin their faith in Ihe old .adage that "no news is good news." Here is a sample of the rumors thut' sprcadv like wild fire through tlie .strt-els "The BcVtish army has been annihilated arid General French has. becn captured." This report arose out of a Berlin Rankin is a -brother of Mr. man Kankin. MCE. K. S. Smith ami Miss Edra Smith, Glsnelg Tower, entertained at a tea on.'. Saturday after- noon in courtesy "to Miss Jean Urch, of Monarch, bride-elect: The guests spent a pleasant hour with thimbles, despatch that the7- British array hail j after which dainty rviands were serv- been surrounried. official message from Gr-ncral French' to Lord Kitch- ener late set at rest this "wild one.'---' There was report that 000'Canadians had been called out, ibut this, too, I that should h: day. Maclcod celebrated on the strength of what appeared to he. an "oflicial" despatch that "German cruisers had I ecu sunk in an ether North Sea bat- ed, Miss Mary Simpson and Miss Helen MeKillop assisting.. These bidden included the Misses Stewart, J. Stewart, Marion Smith, Downer, Hanrahan, M.. Hanrahan, Mrs. G. S. Farrow and son Eugene, returned from a five weeks' trip to -Header'sun, 'A.' Henderson, Hawkey ,'i cream corded" Pacific Coast cities. They visited the old home town of Eugene, Oregon, where they had a splendid, time. Mrs. 13. Van Blarcam Svas met at Cranbrook by her. husband, and they are visiting friends in H. C. They re- port having had a lovely trip, but are glad to get back to Letlibrhlge. Miss Tilley left Toronto on Thurs- day to return to Lothhridge and will reach here by September 1st. o f Ril'LEY-rWALLACE On Wednesday afternoon last, at 3 o'clock, a quiet wedding ;to Tfrhich only a few impiediate friends j.Avere invited, took .at Knox -cmirch, when the Rev. A. MacWillitims. unit- ed in marriage Leland S. Ripley of Lethbridge, and Miss May Wsllace of Calgary. The bride look: cream serge GOING MAD FROM THE TERRIFIC PAIN Prominent Merchant Thinks His lift Was Saved By jDnvsDAi.B, ONt., JUNE isth. 1913. I um a general storekeeper at the above address, and ou account of the great good I have experienced from using I ret-omtrieml Uiemtomy customers. They were a great boon to me, I can tell you, for about two years ago, I was laid up in bed with voiiiitiug aod a terrific pain nt the base of my skull. The jiain nearly drove tiie mad. Doctors feared it would turn to Inflammation of the Brain, but I took Prntt-a-tlves" steadily until I was cured. I have gained fifteen pounds since taking and I verily believe they saved me from a disastrous ill- j. A_ CORRIVEAU. 500. a box, 6 for trial sent postpaid on receipt of price by Z'rtiit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa; tion of Scottish peasant life, Highland and Lowland, ia interspersed quaint stories. Mr. Duntionald has lec- tured at many universities, seminaries, Y. M. C. A., etc., and reports 'were al- ways very fine. Musical numbers by local artists will also be given. Knox Ladies' Aid will hold their reg- ular monthly meeting on Thursday af- ternoon, when all members are urged to be present. The History and Current Events SBCtlon of the Mathcsis club will meet at three o'clock tomorrow .with Mrs. Charles McCIenaghan, GO-t 12th St., S. AH wishing to take this course are. asked to qe present at tha first meeting. Wesley Ladies' Aid have postponed their regular monthly business meet- ing this and the sections wilt meet for sewing as usual. The section of Wesley Ladies' Afcl under Mrs. Kaake and Mrs. Jennings will meet oa Wednesday afternoon With Mrs. D. A. Smith, 621 Thirteenth street South. The Onward Bible class of St.-An- drew's church will meet at 8 o'clock on Wednesday Aii members are urgsd tc be prcssht. very charming Preeident presiding. Afte; trimmed with transaction of business dainty re: "stoltzef Eckstorm'I of white carnations j assisted by Mrs. Godfrey, have tome later in the Camptell Pat- and sweet peas. After the ceremony L V.UUH. ld.Ui.1. Ill U11L, J T> A maati Is learned by a reliable source that the health of Era- peror Francis Joseph is perfectly sat- tlmt he lias been quire since the war bppnn. Yesterday hs gave a protracted audlon.ce, to .the isn ministers, Count Leopold Vou Berchtold, and also received Count Forgach do Ghymes; formerly minte- to Servia, and Coun Jlr. and Mrs., Ripley left 4 o'clock train [or Banff, ivhere their 'honeymoon will be spent. Afterwards receive- zt- Suite 1, Vio- itoria Afansions, Clubs and Societies P. E. Fisher was .christened In St Aug- uatin's Church .last-evening, Francis church tomorrow evening on "Tie Cot- tar's Saturday Night." The descrip- A special business meeting of the Central W. O. T. U. Is called tor 3.30 sharp tomorrow afternoon at Mrs. H. M. Whi'ddington's, 620 -.Fourteenth: street South, Every member is ex- pected to be present. The Travellers- Aid committee will meet at the same The Junior Christian Endeavor of St. Andrew's church "will meet at 7 o'clock this evening, and the Senior nt S o'clock, when a' debate will be heard on "Resolved, that arbitration is tie best way to settle international disputes." Censored War News Reveals One Fact In the meagre reports from European war centres, this fact stands all Europe is arming and that food supplies.'are. already'becoming scarce. Prices here in America are rising to keep pace wilh European demand, but re- gardless of .demand, the price will not advance on Nuts FOOD Enormous quantities of wheat and barley have been bought for making this de- licious, nourishing food! And in spite of any 3dvance in the price of grain, Grape-Nuts food will Cost Same as For many years Grape-Nuts packages have been lightly sealed in waxed moisture and germ food always fresh and appetizing. Huge orders from Europe show that their home folks and Annies know and ap- preciate the sturdy value of Grape-Nuts food. There's a Reason by Grocers: everywhere Canadian Poslum Cereal CO., Ltd., Windsor, Ont.