Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Letkbridge Daily Herald, Thursday, June v Front McCiure's Magazine (April) i "Try to realize what blindness'means to those whose joyous activity is stricken into inactivity. "It is to live long, Jong days, and life is made up or days. It Is to live immured, all God's world shut ojut. It is to ,sit helpless, deCrouded, while your spirit strains and tugs at its fetters, and your shoulders ache for the burden they are denied rightful burden of Jnbor." HKLEN ADAMS KELLER. The above may be rightly said of people, and there are hundreds in Lethbridge and vicinity, partly blind, or worse still, suffering from eye strain and not knowing it. You will somp day when your eyes give way. Then it may be too late. Your Eyes I You cannot get your eyes exchanged or made over agaih, but defective vision can be corrected and kept good by properly fitted olasses. Need Attention Edited by Phone 1052 ME. JVM. DENNENY, BEFil ACTION- 1ST and frame adjuster, with nearly 12 years' experience is at Johnston Jackson's Drug Store For One Week From June 1st and will go to the very root of the eye- sight trouble, gucli as far-sight, near- O siffht. tired eyes and headaches, thus as- O soring you'of the best possible results. THE fust principal is a careful and correct He thoroughly understands eye require-, ments and prescribes glasses in accord- ance to defects. All work positively guaranteed. BRING' YOtJR CHILDREN TO HIM Ecmcmber the dates, June 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th. Gth, 7th and 8th. .See him today. Evenings by appointment. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL The wceit's brides and their gal- lants will begin to think they have chosen Christmas week instead of the first week in the month of roses "for their weddings. Mrs. W, R. Virtue and children left Sunday night lor Moosofnin, to visit her1 mother -and. other friends. Mrs. ccivc i son. Andrew Tilley will not re- N Friday nor again this sea- Mrs. F. K. left yesterday afternoon to visit friends for a few days in Chin. Dr. and Mrs. Oalbrailh left yester- day for Red Doer, the doctor being a delegate to the annual Methodist Con- ference. While in Red Deer they will be of Mr. and Mrs.'F. W. Galbraith. Mrs. A. B. Stafford will not re- ceive to-morrow nor again until the autumn. Miss Emily Munns, who has been visiting Mrs. A, Southard for a lew days, returned _to Calgary this after- noon, where she will spend the re- Mrs. C. 0. Cragg will not receive lo-morrow nnr 9gala until Scptem- ber. Mrs. H. 13oyd will not receive to- morrow, nor., again until October, Mrs.J. J. Johnston left yesterday afternoon for Victoria, where she will be the guest Bryson, nee Miss Muriel Motiat, Pembroke, afterwards visiting in Vancouver and Seattle, returning home the latter part of'September. W. T. riensen left yesterday afternoon to spend'the summer in Victoria and Vancouver, returning in September. CLUBS AND The Ladies'; Aid Society of Knox church here concluded that the pub- lic will not'care, for ice cream and strawberries this evening, rather a cosy grate.; fire and a book 'ats liome, so they have postponed their ice cream social for a week. The date will appear later In this department, i i ,The regular" monthly meeting of the W.C.T.U. will beheld to-morrow af- ternoon in Wesley church at 3.30. Quality And Low Price Go Hand in Hand in Our Grocery Section rjAHE GROCERY STORE that does the largesc business; that keeps the highest cmamy; thai sells at the lowest price and that gives the best .service, demands the attention of every 'thrifty house- wife in this thriving city, Read our your who deal here, then join the hundreds of new customers to this great modern Grpcery Store.'- Save Money on Your Canned Goods and "Canada First" Brands- -Best In The Country Pears Plums Cherries Peaches Strawberries Raspberries We Keep No, Inferior Grade 17c Tin a case............ PEAS, a tin....................... 12c a TOMATOES, a tin......'........ 12c a If you get Smith's Butter, you get the Best, a pound 40c Best Java Mocha Coffees mainder of her vacation before return- it Q[ whit 6 and mohair j it _ _ -mw-'-l____i ing to the Ross Memorial Hospital, Lindsay, where'she is training for a nurse. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION TO good barn, capable of holding 'four horses. Apply S. fM. Brook, 402 Westminster R. 144-0 TO with water, Redpath St., 3 blocks from post office, ?20 per month. Kean, Keau Block. Apply J.. W. 144-G TO furnished house, 617 MacDuff St., end of Crabb St. 144-2 POSITION man, age 26, wishes position as clerk in grocery store preferred. Over five years' experience in business. Best of references'furnished, also young.lady wishes position as clerk in store or ice cream parlor. Experienced in both Write :to Box 12. Herald office. 144-G small brown purse oa JDuf- rerin street, this Thursday Finder please return to Herald office- and receive reward. CUPID'S COURT Jones-Sage The- wedding of "Miss Lily Jessie Sage, .third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sage, and Alivred J. Jones, was solemnised last .evening at o'clock.by 'the' -Rev. J. E. Murrell- Wright at St. Augustin's church. The. bride, looked well in her going away costame, a tailored hat, with facings, of white satin caught at one side with three os- trich tips. The. bridal bouquet was an immense shower oi white" roses, -Miss Roberta; .Sage, the honor maid, was'gowned'in ecru lace over a slip or green silk and. wore a be coming hat. of milan straw faced wit! black velvet "and adorned with chou of deep cream lace and tChase Sanborn's Coffees set the standard in high grade coffees. Our price on the best Java Mocha is 40c Kootenay Jains are Good Ail kinds put up in 5 pound pails, a delicious breakfast or tea fruit, Our price is only Makes 75c A. Macdonald Co. 145-1 Attractive Dargams Throughout tke Store for Friday and Saturday night gowns, drawers and corset covers. .Prices All Reduced BLOUSES linen tailored waists, vesting and pcquc tailored waists, fancy lawn and Swiss blouses, muslin blouses, embroid- ery trimmed..........___Prices All Reduced WASH DRESS Repp suitings., mer- cerized linen suitings, fancy stripe crash suitings, cotton Shantono- suitings .Prices All Reduced O O MEN'S underwear, sox, hats, shirts and neckwear. Friday and Saturday at .Reduced Prices selling BOYS' Friday and Saturday's we have made big price reductions on every suit in. tlie store. All new clothing in many styles for boys 3 to M years. Prices range pink, rosebuds. .A large bouquet o pink carnations were carried. Th groom was assisted by Fred Lever. Following .the ceremony a deliciou supper was served, at the home o the bride's-parents on Ford street to the wedding party and immediate relatives. Covers were.'laid ior twelve. 'Mr. and Mrs. Jones left last even- ing ior a honeymoon' trip in the East. Smith-Barton The marriage oi.Miss Ellen Smith, daughter-oi Mr. and .Mrs. Thomas and Percy W. Barton.was cele- brated before a company of friends in Wesley church yesterday afternoon at five o'clock. In the absence of Rev. T. P. Perry from the city, Rev. A. M. Gordon performed the ceremony. ,Thc bride looked exceedingly well in a white cloth gown, with chimi- sett'c oi heavy lace outlined with sil- ver pasmenterie. A crushed white satin girdle added grace to the cos- tume. The long tulle veil was caught in .the hair with a coronal oi orange the bride's bouquet was a sheath of deep cream roses and ferns. v The maid, Miss Rose Alice Wright, oi Broadview, Sask., wore a pretty princess gown of white mull, and arge white plumed hat, her bouquet vas an armful of pink roses. The duties of best man were per- ormed by the bride's brother Rich- ard T. Smith. Mr. Dawson presided at the organ and played before and after the ceremony. A reception was held at tlie home of the bride's par- ents on London Road, following tho ceremony.. 'The house decorations were pink and white carnations, and the guests were limited to only twen- ty-seven 'intimate friends and rela- tives. After an extended honeymoon spcnc in Nelson and other; British Colum- bia cities, Mr. and Mrs. Barton will be afc home in Iho pretty new cot- tage just constructed by the groom at 1206 London Road. The going away gown was a., tailored suit of navy serge worn with a smart tuscan hat, trimmed with quantities I of blue satin ribbon. Barclay-Aitkin Last evening at eight o'clock Rev. A. M. Gordon united in marriage John Connor "Barclay and Miss Eliza- beth Jane Watt _Aitkin both city. was celebrated before twenty guests who were enter- tained afterwards at the groom's home on Railway avenue. Mackenzie-Hcndry Before a company of friends in'.tho Baptist church yesterday afternoon "at five o'clock the marriage of George Mackenzie and Miss Christena Hendry solemnized by the Rev. A. J. Prosser. The bride wore a pretty white cloth, gown with chimisetie of heavy lace, and white plumed hat. Her maid Miss Katherine Sinclair, dainty white lingerie frock and large white hat. James Hendry, brother of the bride, assisted the groom. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the mother, Mrs. Annie'Hendry on Bom-' pas The guests numbered twenty-five. Mr. and Mrs. Mackenzie will reside' in Lethbridge. V Elles-Dadley Yesterday afternooii-at four o'clock the marriage ot Henry Luther Elles of this .city, and Miss Lois Edith Dadley, of Leicester, England, was performed by Rev. A. J. the Baptist parsonage: i'r tMr. and Mrs. Elles will reside, on I 'i Fisher street fcr a month, when they will move to their homestead.' r ay Come Friday or Saturd You'll Like the Values THE SIMPSON GO. Crabb Street Limited AUCTION SALE OF Farm Implements AND Household Furniture ox Friday, June 3, at 1 p.m. sharp AT 918 BURDETTE ST. 1p.m. sharp Instructed by the owner I will sell the following goods by public auction: FARM IMPLEMENTS 1 Deere stubble plow 1 Standard mower 1 Deere hay rake 1 20-foot iron drag 1-8-foot steel windmill 1 farm vise 1 set iron for 3-ton farm scale 2 sets iouble harness 2 sets single harness 2 stock saddles 1 farm wagon 1 low truck wagon 1 pulverizer 1 top buggy 1 lawn mower 3 bicycles I tent, 10x12 l" set pipe tongs 1 Winchester rifle Also grain sacks Shovels, rakes, Baskets, Etc. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 3 dressers and stands Beds, springs and mattresses 2 single cots 2 extension tables 1 sideboard 1 book case 1 secretary 1 sewing machine 2 Axminster rugs 10x12 1 Wilton nig 14x14" 10 rockers of various sizes 12 chairs 1 kitchen range 1 conch 1 cupboard Also a large, quantity of kitch- en utensils and dishes. Owing to the large number of lots I would request a prompt attendance at this sale. W. L.'WILSON. Auctioneer Sole Agents In Lethbridge For the Famous Northway Garments. The Ladies' Store WE Phone 453 Acadia Block SELL FOR CASH Sole Agents In Lethbridge For the Famous North way Garments. The Greatest Volume of Week-End Sales in the Store's History Will Undoubtedly be Record- ed this Friday and Saturday At no other time of the year are such buying attractions presented as the month of June, when women with foresight are supplying their needs for the long hot months to come; and at no other time do stocks present such satisfying assortments from which to choose necessities wear or the cool resort. The various lines concerned in this two-day bargain list were selected especially to stimulate week-end buying and at concessions that conditions it ..would be imposible to secure. In every instance the price quoted reflects an attractive saving and the following example demonstrates briefly the effectiveness of the reduction. A Wonderful Collection of Dress Materials Selling at 25c Regular 35c, 40c and 45c values. Fine Scotch ginghams, repps and mercerized foulards in an almost end- less variety of colors and dainty designs, comprising the very.choicest fabrics of the entire season for cool dresses, ki- monas, lounging r.obes and children's wear, all grouped in one big lot for two days' record selling at sayings represent- ing next to half value just at a time when the thought (of such materials Is upper- most in your mind. WHITE COTTON MUSLINS................20t Worth up to A big range of spot, de Hst floral and scroll designs, shown in white only, extra fine qualities that wash beautifully, ranging in width 'from 45 to 50 inches. Remarkable value at 20c per yard. Come Early for These Underpriced Waists, Clearing up the stock at Values worth up to Very fine quality pure linen and vesting of the famous "Dorothy" make, guaranteed .per- fect-fitting and thoroughly sewn in every way. Styles arc tucked and Gibson effects which are in high- est favor just now; sizes complete from 32 to 44 and values the most remarkable we have ever shown in garments of like desirability. EXTRA HEAVY SHEETING............37 1-2c Worth 45c yd. An excellent quality, soft finish sheeting, full two yards wide, plain weave, free from dressing, very strong, splendid to wash and wear, very spe- cial at this price. REMARKABLY CHEAP BELTS EMBROIDERED WASH GOODS 20e Actually worth 35c Handsomely embroidered in various dainty floral and scroll effects, shown in var- ious'Widths, white only, fin- ished with nickle or brass buckle. WEEK END HANDKER- CHIEF SPECIAL FINE DIMITY AND LINEN GOODS 3 FOR 25c A beautiful collection to choose from in fine chccfcfid dimity or plain pure liner goods, finished with narrow hem, hemstitched. OUR SPLEND'.DLY EQUIP- PED READ-TO-WEAR SECTION OFFERING VALUES EXTRAORDINARY NEWEST WASH SUITS Values worth up io Alt the season's newest ,styles within the rango of prices linen and Indian Head goods, in colors sky. tan, cafawba, nile and6 white, thoroughly tailored and splendid fitting. SATEEN UNDERSKIRTS 51.25 Regular values. Made of excellent quality, silky finish sateen in black only, finished with extra full .sweep flounce, trimmed with ruffles and tailored bands. UNUSUAL DRESS GOODS VALUES. A SPECIALS COLLECTION AT 45c Values worth up.to 75c. Fine cashmeres, poplins and striped serges, every piece absolutely pure wool, widths 42 to 44 inches, shown in col- ors navy, brown, rose, cream, sky, pink and black. GREATEST POSSIBLE GLOVE VALUES FINE LISLE GOODS PRICED FOR A TWO-DAY SALE AT 25c Excellent Qualities In real lislo thread, with tvro dome fasteners wrist, heaVy stitching at back, extra strong tips, colors tans, slates, black and white.