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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIBGE DAILY HERALD Friday, December of holly, decked with crimson crepe paper, from which were hung at in- tervals bright Christmas bells of all mense wsilow plume, which was held iu place with a of tiny crim- son rose outis, givioa pleasing- note of color to her toilette. The T. S. Mackenzie home was the sizes. The guests were received by Mrs. Downer, a gracious hostess, in huckle- j berry charmeuse, with draped over- j scene of a 'oily party last evening to j dress of satin dotted uino de soie, j which a dozen young folk were bidden, j with wide bandings of orchid encrust- progressive games v.vre played at ed embroidery, the royal and tables which had been placed SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mr. Cecil S'tocxdale, of Maple Creek. Sask., is the guest over New Year's of, Bis aunt and uncle, -Mr. and Mrs. JKcKstorm euteretained them with several instrumental Tiie rooms presented an tones being introduced. appearance in :F. AV. Downer. noliy and dec-orations white carnations. This evening society win accept; ;the of the president and j Mrs.'G. Moth, of the Chinook club, and) south. their holiday dress of pink i hd numbers Mlgg KIame Conybeare lovely little French frock of about the holly decked drawing; rooms. In the course of the evening a dainty ed at the card The irlayers included Misses jover liberty silk, and large black vel- c CrollkiteI.ia press of Bri- or a four-months' i trip through Tinning j The -wedding took place yesterday i at St. Paul's church, of Mass Bessie smith ,of Alameda, Sask.. the offi- ciatinj clergyman being Rev. Canon HI1L The church, which was beautifully decorated with chrysanLnemums and CLEARED CREST OFMOUNTAIN Los Dec. lioai- st-y, of Pasadena, holder of the world's aeroplane altitude record to- day Mount Wilson, the high- est peak of mountain range that, rims the valley in which Los Angeles, Pas- adena aiui the towns of the Orange Belt lie. Under idea-1 weather conditions ho soared feet into the sky and cleared the crest of Mt.. Wilson with feet to spare. MASONS NEVER TO SWEAR Three Hundred Take Solemn Vow in Iowa Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Dec. hundred Masons us the clock struck the midnight hour last night register- ed a vow ,in honor of St. John's Dayv never again to ,use profane language. Th-. vow was taken at the banquet ta- ble in the new consistory temple in this city, at the suggestion of Grand Master Frederick Craig, of Des'Moin- es, who was the guest of honor and principal speaker of the evening. Tlie bajigfuet was the first meeting held by the members of the order in the new consistory temple jusc com- pleted at a cost of SIFTON GOVERNMENT APPROVED ayo Gives Bert Light at Any Price When you pay more than the Ray? price for a lamp, you are paying for exttt decorations that cannot add to the qualify of the light. You can't pay for f bettjr light, because there is none. An oil light has the least effect on the human eye, ana the Rayo Lamp is the best oil lamp though low in price. You can pay or for some other lamp, and although you get a more costly lamp> you can t get a better light than the white, mellow, diffused, unflickerlGg light of the low- priced Rayo. Has a strong, durable shade-holder. sea- son's burner adds to the strength and Made of solid brass, nickeled, and easily Once a Rayo User, Always Dealers Bettywkcrc. If net ctyours, write for dasrtpttot circular to the nearest agntcy The Imperial O51 Company Dee. public meet- TEACKiNG A LESSON WITH THE SLATER SHOE With that "swank'' which the Brit- isher charges up against them, American shoe manufacturers _ "have long claimed to lead the; world in shoe- making. So had they im- bued themselves with this idea that they traded their high tariff, on shoes, for a low tariff'on aides and soie lea- or -for free hides, iu fact. Today -their ;market is being invaded __ J J-VUCtJ iii.CH. JTLCU 1C 4iA ing was held in MonnviUe on-luesda> bv Bnglish and Canadian shoe evening to discuss provmctal auairs. manufacturers. A. very low tariff at The attendance large and repre- sentative. Boudreau, M.P.P.. addressed the meeting at some length. setting forth, his reasons for support- ing the Sifton government. Mr. St. Germain spoke in criticism of the government and Mr. Boudreau. Mr. Binder replied in English and German, showing up the inconsistency of Mr. Bennett, and those with Mm con- demned the settlement of the A. G. question. The meeting: was pro- nounced in expressing confidence in the Sifton government and in approv- the member, for his stand in, support of the cabinet. STIRLING NOTES ferns, was filled with many friends and guests. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. Geo. R. Tinning, of Leth- iDridge: ailss Isabel Tinning being the bridesmaid, and A. W. Routledge, of Davidson, supporting the' groom. The ushers at the church were J. Al- lan Wetmore, L. McDonald, F. C. uummins, and S. L. Emerson, of Sas- katoon. The bride was attired in a -gown of Irish point lace, over white satin, and with white fox trimmings. She (wore a large white beaver hat. with j wnite plumes. Round her neck was i clasped a pearl necklace, which was lone of the gifts of the bridegroom, j and she carried a shower bouquet of white roses and lilies of the valley, j The bridesmaid's gown was of pale i pink satin, veiled in chiffon, banded trtrh nink vplvfti.__J5he .a _ black velvet picture hat, and carried a sheaf of pink roses. The bride's mother wore a gown of grey lace over ivory silk, with a pink lace toque and grey feather boa and pink roses. Miss Frances Tin- ning, a sister of the wore a dress of red satin veiled in dewdrop ctmfon with pink marabout Trim- mings. Her hat was of pink, and she carried a bouquet of pink roses. Mrs. J. Allan Wetmore, another sis- ter of the bride, wore a dress of mauve lace over satin of the same shade, a velvet cloak with black fox trimmings, and a black lace hat. Mrs. Geo. It, Tinning, of Lethbridge. wore I'ja dress of amethyst cloth with hat j to match. j following, the ceremony, which was fully choral, a magnificent reception was held at the home or the bride's mother. A few of the many guests were: His Honor Lieutenant-Gover- 'nor Brown and .Mrs. Brown, Hon. E. !JU Wetmore, Chief Justice of Saskat- jc-newan: Kon. Mr. Justice .Tohnstone: j Mr. and Mrs. J. Allan Wetmore, Veil i Archdeacon Smith and .Mrs, Smith, jyf Sydney, C. 3.: Rev. Canon and Mrs. jhim, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Tinning. I of Lethbridge: Mr. and Mrs. Richard i o' Toronto: Miss Bessie of Xew York: Judge and Mrs. Ausley, of -Moose Jaw. The bride and bridegroom left on itne C. X R. train last, evening for Jan visit to "he East. The oncie's travelling was of ara- Stirling, Dec. Fred Spade- man. 15 spending the holidays in Salt Lake City and vicinity with -relatives and friends. Mr. Oscar Barton is also visiting relatives in the south. The'-stork visited' the' home of ?vir. and Mrs. Paul last '-week: leav- ing a baby girl. an3 Ivlrs. De. Arc, of Diamond City, were in town a few .-...Mr. Elmer Spackman, who .-gust -re- turned from Calgary, will -teach" in: the school at Mammoth this coming term. JMr. and Mrs. J. E. Earl will leave here for Cardston in a Mr. Earl, will teach school. Mr. and Mrs. Theadore Brandley Jr.. .have moved onto their homestead to reside. The Misses and Messrs. Smith '-and Ciuff, were in to the dances 'during the holidays from Mammoth. The Konie Dramatic Company will present a lively play next Saturday evening. Messrs- Arthur( Cricksen and Wil-. liairi Nate "of TyrelTs Lake are spend- ing the holidays in Sterling, BORN the Van Haarlem Hpspi-; tal, Letabridge, on Sunday, December -itn, to Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lowe, a daughter. 40 Abbott avenue, Tor- onto, 'born to Mr. and Mrs. G. F. .Jaines, of Lethbridge, a daughter, on" December 22. 10 per cent, is an invitation which the larger shoe manufacturers could not resist. 'The Slater Shoe Company of Montreal first saw the. opening, and many months ago 'they cleverly put in an organization to cover the U. S. market. They are meeting with great success, and every mail brings ;from shoe merchants in all big cities of, the -United States, in- cluding Buffalo and Detroit, as far west as California and not excepting Boston? -the heart of the shoe trade.' s There'is reproduced in another col-} uma of this paper one of .the Slater, advertisements, which is creating such a furore in the United States market. Among the Anglo-Saxon brotherhood of nations there will be no prejudices to contend with in entering Uncle Sam's territory. Canada buys so much j from the; United States each year thax j a Canadian made shoe will be received! on its.merits. The two million Cana- dians now-in the United States will be ready customers, for they know by ex- perience the great difference in wear All over America the "Sign the is accepted .as would the King's seal "on a new baronetcv. We are located in the district where the wheat prizes. the kind of wheat we mill. Our machinery is of the rr.sdern type and our mathoda up- to-dste, That is why our flour is popular. A FAMILY OF TrflEVES" Ary6iith, 22 years Never Sour Phone 1027 GILMOKE BAKER old, his 13-year-old wife, and her bro- 1 rher. years old, were arrested today. ..charged .with two PRUNES BY CARLOAD weeks since they- ..came to Chicago from Springfield, llass. Samuel A. and Walter are accused of having 'done a.ctaal as How to Grow Hair If. has been, proven that. Henna leaves the ingredients that That they will grow hair, contain this is. proven Ciaresholm U. F. A. Receives Oonilsn- ment of Fruit Dec. prunes or- dered by the local union of U. P. A., laJk fall hare arrived -at last ft that after :the car got as fur as Cal- gary the Gommissi'on or 'Whoever had -charge found out that they could sell them there for a higher pries than the F. A. had contracted for, and they did not want to send them down, here, but were finally prevailed upon to send down about 150 boxes. They -This' preparation is called SAL VIA ami being with a guarantee to cure Dandruff, and to grow lisiir in abundance. perfumed. 3ALVJA makes a most pleasant hair dressing. The; Alberta Drug Book Co., your druggist, is the first to im- port ,-this- preparation into Lethbridge for article were very, very fine prunes, excellent indeed and the fanners are jumping with joy about them, on account of the quality, and price, which much below any. ever purchased hith- erto. The U. F. A. contemplate plac- ing a large order next fall. Georgina Yott of the Park Hotel and a large, 'generous bottle, can be i fined 510 and costs for orocured for oOc. selling liquor to a drunken man. i j etnyst tweed wi the shade.- cember velvet hat of -Regina Leader, De- f If a customer oi ours tells you she is with jt her statements.' delihted the quality oi our nieats, wny not test ;l K f i-rsri Pbone 452 Hill Block IT ;