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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Vi "I Look For The The DaUy Hemid, Wednesday, .July Windows It to Yourself To 50 brought from the warehouse this a. m. Souvenir Your Family and to Your Purse Stoves Coal Heaters Small Sieves Cookers at L75 and and Beaters. to buy your necessities for your Home, your Farm, your Well, your Barn, your Kitchen, your Bath Room, your Dining Room, before the stock is all shot to pieces, Now selections are good, later you'll have to take what is left and that won't be long either at the presen rate of selling. Get in now, that's our tip. Prices will never be it from us. Prices THE Stoves Stored TiflFall ff Buy Now COMPANY Closing Out the Stock OF C. W. Gray Lethbridge Tubs Galvan- ized Wood and Fibre 500 Of them will find new own- ers before Saturday night What Size Not much difference in the price EdlUd by 1052 or Juy Your Stoves at In- voice Prices Stored Free SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. West is .Mrs Hall, of Vancouver, at the Barracks Mrs. Skeith' and Miss Vroonian the Tennis Club hostesses on Saturday, Afrs. Warren of Chicago, is the ruest of her daughter, Mrs. J. B. 'Veils. Mrs. H. J. Goode has as her guest Mrs. Black, of Vancouver, who ar- rived in the city Monday evening. Miss Winter, daughter of Judge W. Roland AVinter. of Calgary, is the guest of Mrs. L. M. Johnstone. Mrs. L. M. Johnsrone returned last evening from Banff, where she spent the past week. :l. Mrs. Adam Link daughter. Miss Marion, left yesterday for a two weeks' visit in Winnipeg. Miss biddings lefc yesterday for an extended visit with friends in Cranbfook. Miss Ursula Archer, of Lethbridge, is spending -the summer with her mother, Mrs. Archer. 3S Willcocks Toronto Globe. Mrs. Bennett and Miss M.', V. Ben- nett left last 'week to spend the summer in Prince -Rupert, the guests of C. V. Bennett; Mr. and Mrs. A, Southard left on Monday on an extended trip to To- ronto, .Montreal, New-. York an other eastern cities. Mrs. Thomas 431 Bompa Bt, leaves this afternoon for Calgarj she wDl meet Mr. Taylor. They will spend two months" touring.the north country, by automobile. TO THE VALUE OF FMHT (Hit is Medical nrtn arc just beginning tc realize the possibilities of fruit in curing -Its action on the liver, and skin is wonderful. Yet fruit in raw es er were inestigated and needs supplied. THE LETTER BOX clothing was supplied .to 7 other pa- tients. Miss Austin's renort of tl-e Relief.and Investigating Committee showed that 4 families had been vis- ited, every provisions. week supplied with Thirty-five little folk .of the, prim- ary classes in the Baptist and Mc- Kay street Chapel .Sunday schools, enjoyed a happy afternoon yesterday on the parsonage -lawn. The. teach- ers, Mrs.- M. Marshall ami Mr's. "Wil- iam Reid, were assisted entertain- ing the children by Mrs. Prosser, Mrs. -Mackenzie ami-Mrs.-Snyder. At' ea time a -bountiful supper was serv- d 'on ,the lawn. To-morrow -the mem. ers of the intermediate aod senior lasses of the school will hold a ic on the river bottom. They LIMB U R GE R A N D W H AT -Kditor .is.: unfortunate that Aid. King- did" not ;get the capital "I" four- his short letter to Thirteen is very un- lucky. There can be no doubt -that the good you're sure to see-'us to repeat the order. Yes, :dear lady isn't a place we know of that makes EXCELLANT UGHT PIES as you find here Wholesome pastry, like, -this .bak- ery, supplies, boon to kind'these, hot days. Send stove off on a vacation and BUY PIES HERE. Bakery FordSt Beside Fiic Hall Phone 1181 Bindings at the" Red Cross Dru- Book Co. Yours truly, ROBERT SAGE. to meet at the Baptist church at 1.30. parents are requested he goodies for the picnic. Cupid's Court At the police station he made a de- j den, MAN TAKEN FROM RIVER AS CORPSE WAS ONLY ASLEEP Berated Captain Who Took Him Aboard Boat for Disturbing His Slumber New York. July Mad- an excellent address mands of Childhood." on 'The De- This raornln; Prof. Henry, Mr. Dingie and Secretary Kenny arrived and today they have done a. great deal to encourage and enthuse the workers. Prof. Henrj had charge of 'the music and enlivened 'the entire convention with his mas- terly direction of song. It is report- ed that there are twenty-one schools in -this district and that good work is being done. At least eleven schools were represented. It was decided to have every school this year. officially visited Albany, N. Y., July tion Counsel, Arthur L. Andrews, to- day advised Mayor J. B. McEwan that moving-picture exhibitions cannot be prohibited in Albany, unless, in his op- inion, they are of a "loud or immoral nature." j termined elTort to retain possession of his bunch of keys. young man of Brooklyn, was j floating down tne North River short- found; -the house, cellar and numerous. outhouses on the place failed duce any sign of the missing er's and the it to be a o to pro- "ffioth-1 aboard. are con-. scious dead body, they thrust a boat hook into Madden's ;body and hauled him He was apparently uncon- XZ tives. LORD STRATHCONA GAVE LUNCHEON FOR EARL Many Distinguished Britishers And Canadians Are Entertained London. July Stra-thcona save a luncheon party at his Gros- venor Square residence to meet Earl rey. prior to the latter's to Canada. before the tug reached her pier and began to abuse him for having spoiled his (Madden's) sleep. His language -was so violent that he was arrested In the night court this morning- Madden said that he had-been riding had fallen asleep. Mrs. Rogers was the hostess' a one of the summer's most charmin0 events last evening and coming in the .midst of the dull social season her hospitality was the more appre dated. Bridge was played 'at sev en -tables and at -the close of the evening Mrs. Vrooman claimed the honors and was rewardedwith a pair of cut glass -bonbon -dishes. Mrs. Hall, of Vancouver, won -the consola- tion gift, a dainty, pyramid pin cush- ion. Mr. H., J. Goode captured the gentlemen's prize, a set of vest.but- tons. The rooms were -brightened with quantities of pink and white carnations and in -the course of the eTrening an elaborate menu was serv- ed at the card tables.. Mrs! -Rogers -was assisted by her daughter, Miss Bora, and their house guest. Miss Pennington, of Winnipeg.. The list included: Mr. and Mrs. Tinning, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold, Mr! and Mrs. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Vrooman, Mr. and -Mrs. Goode, Mr. and Mrs. 'West, Mr. and Mrs. McNicol, -Mr and Mrs. Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. Ritch- ie, Mrs. Naismith. Mrs. McCullough Mrs. Black and Mrs. Hall, Vancouver' Miss Patteson. Messrs. Conybeare! Komb, Donnan, McArthur Broome. and The home of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Killins, 635 Crabb street-, was the scene of a pretty event .last evening wheat Rev. T. P. Perry celebrated the marriage of Miss Laura Mover and Frederic Charles Mock, both of this city. The bride, who was given away fay Mr. Killing, looked exceed- ingly attractive in her bridal gown of musseline de sole adorned with ex- quisite medallions studded with seed pearls and chimmisette of bebe Irish ace. A spray of olrange blossoms was caught gracefully in the coifiure. report of that meeting was accurate, to- the writer over the phone .on Monday night, and he repeats the statement to you in a letter under that of Mr. King. Allow me a -word on King's logic. "I did state this fact that perhaps, -Now, what'school kid would tie a "perhaps" onto the tail of a v After building a theory of straw, he pads it' with this have equal right to form my own opin- ions" that my pipe 'dream is cor- rect- On the same principle I could state my opinion that King has been rurnished with linuburger- for gray matter, and stick to it, I mean the opinion. He closes 'by giving the Mayor the advice to "come out -boldly." doesn't he get up on a stool and tell the Mayor that in his ear instead of through a could get down again without self help. WHY K.ERMIT LEFT HOME Son of ExJpresident Has Gone Paris to Take Up Certain Studies Oyster Bay, July have no visitors until Governor Hughes ar-- rives" said Mr. Roosevelt today; "The :overnor -will spend the. night here." The colonel spent mosjt ofihe'day rying to make some headway; he piles of letters that await..-his attention. Despite the heat. Jhe stuck o his work until late "in the'after-' oon, when 'he stopped for a game of tennis. The colonel gave a little informa- .tion about his son Kermlt's" depar- ture for. Europe today. Kermit, he said, was sailing in accordance with a plan, made !ong ago to spend. as much of the summer as possible in study at Paris. The plan had -been made before Kermit and his father'" left for.Africa, and KGrmit probaibly would not have returned to this country until later had not his bro- ther. Theodore; requested that he act as ;best man at his wedding. WOMEN'S BEAUTY It Can Never be Perfect Without Luxuriant Hair Miss Ada bridesmaid Mover was and looked "the pretty well in a aad Had the Baptist Church a gallery, I would say he was talking unto it. whence cometh. the votes for .the next mayoralty. Sometimes a -chain of office and a carved oak chair is a will o' the wisp, but snowslides are sudden, silent, and overwhelmingly real. The moral of Sir John FalstafTs about .the men in buckram quite clear to me, .with Rev. Mr. Frosser's help. Shakespeare can -be had in various yarn is now A head of luxuriant' hair is sure to attractive. But. nature has not crowned every woman with glorious hair. Some very loveable she has treated rather -scantily in this re- spect. For instance, there .ire tens of thou- sands of women-in Canada today, who have harsh, faded, and. lusterless hair, who are unattractive simply because they do. not know that nowadays even the 'whims of nature can be overruled by the genius of science. If you are a woman without beauti- ful hair, do not permit your attractions :o be hidden because of this slight mis- fortune. Go today to Johnston and Jackson and buy a large'bottle of Parisian Sage for 50 cents, use it each night, and you .will notice the harsh, repulsive hair disappear, and in its place will come soft, -silky, bright and luxuriant hair. Parisian .Sage is guaranteed by Johnston and Jackson to cure dandruff, itching of .the scalp, and stop, falling hair in "two weeks, or money refunded. dainty lingerie blouse serge 'Mr. Mock was" assisted by John Droppo. The sweet. sflower girl was''little Miss Enid Killins, who wore a fetching Yvhite embroid- red frock and pink sash. She car- ied an artistic basket" filled with ink and -white asters and ferns, and a wreath of pink and white weet peas. The rooms were decks! vith fragrant pink and white sweet eas and palms and ferns. Mr. Daw- on presided at the piano. After the eremony an elaborate supper -was Furniture Co, could not remember how h e came to be in the river, tie said he had had just two drinks before boarding the ferry boat. Magistrate Herrmann fined the prisoner ?3. reservation Blytbe, Desborongn, Howick, tf ote and Wenlocfc; Sir Charles Tup- er, Right Hon. S. Augustine Birrell, at Fort George for yard and town- site purposes. The townsite will be put on the market next year and will teg. McKenna, Sir E. E. ______w ion. W. S. Fielding and Chief "jus! ice Howell. temporary Jipse, British Columbia is again com- ing to the front as a tobacco produc- ing proovlnce. Announcement has -been made in Ottawa Of a of interesting Beddings -to take place in that city this fall, most of them during the month of September. Among them are Miss Hazel Mackintosh, daughter of Hon. Charles H. and Mrs. Mackin- tosh, to Arthur Guise: Miss Clairfe Oliver, daughter of Hon. Prank and Mrs. Oliver, to Alan Keefcr: Miss Marion Lindsay, daughter of the late Arthur Lindsay and Mrs. Lindsay, to C. E. Thomas, manager of the Do- minion Bank, Vancouver: Miss Ethel Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Jones, to Gordon Richardson, of Winnipeg; Miss Grace Low, daughter of the late Rev. Canon Low and Mrs. 'xw, to .G. H. Wattsford; Miss Fay ;hristie, daughter of Mrs. Alec Chris- e, and grandaughter of Sir Henry N. Bate, to Mr. Symington, of Winni- in the dining room, covers -be- 11 ng laid for ten. The predominating oltfrs in the table's adornment were nk, white and green. Prom the eautiful green ekctrol er ran stream- rs oi smilax and white satin rib- bon to the corners of the table which was centred with an immense basket- filled with pink carnations and feathery ferns. Tall crystal vases at each end of the board held showers oi pink carnations. The huge wed- j ding cake also had a conspicuous place. Mr. and Mrs. Mock will oc- cupy the Killins' home for the re- mainder oi the summer, during the Home Furnishers Show Roomt, 324 Crabb St Phone 483 We would direct special at- tention this week to our ex- tensive line of Enamel and Brass and Bedsteads absence of Mr. and Mrs. Killins, who leave next week for an extended east- em visit. SWA RES EL The marriage took place on Mon- day morning last Of Andrew Swada and Mary Grezel, .both of North Lethbridge.. The ceremony was per- ormed an St. Patrick's church, Rev. Peg; MIss. Madge Morse, daughter 'knot. rather Bidault tying the nuptial There Is not .a more desir- able line to be seen in this city today. It combines all the most interesting patterns embracing all the most pop- ular ideas and styles, pres- sent and prospective. CALL AND INSPECT THEM ;