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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta OF 1 A 514, DUFFERIN STREET THURSDAY, MAY 19th 10 per cent of proceeds to be donated to Y. W. C. T. U. Residence Members Assisting Edited by Phone 1052 TWILIGHT CHATS In regard lo this some rules that will interest Canadian aid Am-' eric-aii women have been laid down. I hi the lirst place, decolletle is for bidden. Women must be dressed en j tirely iu black. The dress must come 1 up to the chin, and iiomj t the back of the head must be worn- a veil. Men will wear cveiling dress, with whtk1 gloves. j The papal delegate, accompanied by, 1 many Roman nobk's and will laud at Quebec, and travel lo' Montreal by special steamer. At Montreal they will be met by Major A Spring Luncheon A dtanieck'r luncheon is very at- tractive-. Here roosters must not be Guelju flnd Art.hbisUop m.ucbesi of much in evidence, they must be im- Montreal. Mammoth arches >vill Lie- plied in the color scheme. A tiny erected, and the Roman Catholic toosti-r may adorn each place churches will be specially illumiuat- but the chief u'gure on the card ed. Archbishop Bruchesi ''0.- risiug sun, surrounded by lleecy, 000 visitors will come to Mo-iin-al bright doiuis painted in wafi-rcolors. during the congress. The centerpiece of the table should a big basket filled with bright red nnrMInn TTiTrC TA and ye'Iow t'owers massed with a rKhMltK TKltj IU great many ferns which will some- what subdue the startling effect ol( BLAME the two colors. A color scheme of red, yellow and green sounds but used with care its eflect is pret-' tier than might be imagined, especial-! ly in the menu. For instance, there is no dish more pleasing to the eye th. a or lettuc, ana (Continued From I-Ycnt 1'age) "Yes, Cushing acquiesced in every- thai Cush- On Friday, ih? 20th partmcnts oi the post office will at ten (10) a.m. for the day. The lobby doors will not be locked and all mails will he despatched as usual. The public will kindly govern them- selves accordingly. E. Higin- ANOTHER CAR The sceite of a few months ago has I been duplicated today when the busi- 'ness men and the public of Lethbridge again witnessed large dray loads of Mason and Kisch pianos being hauled! rhrougii cfrworc AQ their to' the company's warerooms in the Con- servatory building, near the Mounted! Police barracks. j This is another and a most signifi-1 cant sign of the prosperity of Leth- bridge, as it was only a short time ago that this company unloaded their 'first car of pianos here, and it also (shows conclusively in what high es- jteein their well known high grade in- jstruments are held by the public iu general and musicians in particular Tne success of this company's branch _ which has just lately been established jhere is assured for if a car of pianos caii ue sold here in such a short time, it speaks well indeed, and the man- .ager of the branch. .Mr. Y. E. .Mc.Caw. I is confident that tins amount can be increased materially from now until the Lethbridge branch will be as large and important as" any other branch of this well known and progressive firm. In an interview today with the repre- sentative cf the Mason and Risch j Piano Co.. he stated that the confi- of the firm in Lethbridge has 'been justified, and that they are sat- jish'ed with the growth of the Leth- bridge branch anc1. they are sure the branch will keep pace with the rapid growth of tlie city. As success begeis 1 success, we wish them a continuance and we trust that they will need an- 1 Phone Your Order for Groceries, Fruits and Provisions Our Prices Our Quality and Deliver, Are Kiglit OK IIAVi: OUK DKIVKU CALL Chamherlain's Stomach and Livoi Tablets will clear the sour stomach. sweeten the breath and create a heal- thy appetite. They promote the flow j of gastric juice, thereby inducing good I digestion. Sold by all Bennett tried to show have iatryi. i in oi Oct. 7th but the with mayonnaise dressing, a wag Quile posiljve tnat Oct. tion that uses every one of the col- 7th was correct. Bennett referred to ors. Grapefruit adorned with red the fact that the letter had been de- and green cherries may begin the meal, the next course may be cream oi dried peas soup, which is yellow, mere and getting a copy of one oi with a sprig of parsley in each dish.tCushing's speeches for Cross. The entree should be sweetbreads and "Do >'ou meau to sa-v lhat iu tace stuffed green and red peppers and na- lh? Cushing went ,m aiul 11 u anu "3 .passed the specifications within an turaily thae main course must be hour and a half after you received the chicken This should have a caper repeated Bennett, sauce with perhaps a few pimentos Cuthing Didn't Protest mixed with it to add.to the color ef- "And Cushing made no explanation feet, the vegetable served with this or protest'.'" course should be asparagus, and the "None." balled potatoes mar be garnished was passed -r j j 4 .1 "Yes: of course It is not for me to parsley, if desired. An excellent account for Mr. Cushing's mind." dessert for this kind of luncheon is "Oh no, you have enough troubles vanilla ice cream, covered with mash- ot your own. you make out ed and sweetened strawberries and tiie n "H this mileage was not in the main sweetenea whipped cream. One or jine it was to b two whole strawberries with their branches." stems-, attached are placed on top of Justice Harvey: "Then they each dish. With the coffee and crack- _to manage" somehow to work up ore? m o i t- t 11 _ LQt? oDU IU.ll iOT lIlSmnCG. ersmaj be sened little balls mace of ..y tfc M desir. cream cheese mixed with Worcester- able branch lines." shire sauce and sliced pimentos. The Bennett showed that the railroad bonbons should be confections made acfc provides that the mileage is de- to imitate whole strawberries, and .the governor in council Au 4. and tuis decision is conclusive, these, being on the table during the "So what authority." he asked, "did entire meal, add to the color effect, you have for issuing bonds j It would be preferable to have no can covering the whole distance'.'" i dies on the table, but if they are ne-' "Jhere. wa.f- saying the cessary, green ones should be used. If did vou bond I attractive tiny feathered roosters the road for 350 miles before you i may be found, they can strut around knew it would oxtond 350 miles'.'" the centerpiece, but the table must "Weil ot' C0lirse' no uctual measure- f inni- T-I i i ment was made, j'uat as "in the case not look hke an Easter party. the c N_ thp t; T p i "But asked Justice Har- 1 Women will not be allowed to ap-'vey-, "that oat that the road is not that long and that many pear in decollettc costumes at any of are not built. How it the pro- the big functions to he held On Mont- vince to get its balance of the, real in September, when Cardinal j VanHelli, the papal legate from Before lhc could an3Wer' _ this unanswerable the court l Rome, along with Cardinal Gibhons adjourned. and scores of American ecclesiastics, __________________ i will attend the eucharistic congress. M. Petrara, vof Baroness Road, is I One feature will he a civic reception, having his house removed to Wall- at which 500 special guests will at- wick street, North Lethbridge. HOMES FURNISHED COMPLETE Bawden Brothers Successors to Turpin Furniture Company We are setting the plan of doing busi- ness is different. Read and note prices quoted below. Look at others on same lines. If You do You'll Buy From Us i Window Blinds We still have some good opaque green blinds mounted o n "Hartshorn" rollers, at 35c Table Oilcloth Best quality, yard and .a quarter widths, all colors, plain white etc. 23c Velvet Floor Rugs A few left. Sizes 3x31-2 ysirds. Pat- terns and colors well blended. At IS. Oats and (Cereals j lb. pkg, Qua. Oats ........................30c S lb. pkg. llolled Oats ......................30c 20 HoiU'd ats .........................65c Force ......................................15c Grape N'uts ...............................15c Pulled Wheat ...........................12 1-2c Puffed Rice .............................12 1-2c Corn Flakes ...............................10c B. H. TOMATO CATSUP 12 1-2c! e Have a Complete Line of Sauces, Kelislies, Etc. A. 1 Sauce Mango Chutney Punch Sauce Heinz Chile Sauce Harvey's Sauce Heinz Chutney 11. P. Mandalay Sauce Mushroom Sauce India Relish L. p. Sauce, Etc. ST. C. CREAM..............I0c 1 quality ...............20c and 25c quality ...............-JOc and I5c USE OUR IMPERIAL COFFEE a Trial Order you just what you Fresh Fruits Strawberries Cherries (Jrapc Fruit Uunanas Oranges Tomatoes, Etc. Tea and Coffee We have all the staple lines of teas and cof- fees as well as our own blends. When you are in doubt O.ur Imperial at............................45c Our L. Favorite at............................35c Our Special Value .........................25c Special Blend Tea, Broken Orans Pehoe at ..50c Others at .........................35c and 40c OAK MILK ................10e Canned Goods at Right Prices Corn .......................................10c Peas ...................................12 1-2c Beans Tomatoes ...............................12 1-2c Pumpkin 12 1-2c French Peas, imported at ................20c-25c Strawberries ...........................17 1-2c Green gages ............................17 1-2c Cherries ................................17 1-2c Blue Berries ............................12 1-2c Pineapple ...............................12 1-2c Armour's Shield Bacon and Hams. CRADDOCK VINER REDPATH ST. Family Grocers PHONE 515 SHERLOCK BUILDING GEORGE KERR CO. The Leading Grocery House in Lethbridge We to announce that have this day received into stock a heavy shipment of SEASONABLE GROCERIES (iold Standard Table Jellies ____ 10c per pkt ____ for Hold Standard lee Cream Powder JOr per pkt. Raspberry Vinegar 25c per bottle A pleasant aiid beverau'e. lietianoe Lime Juice 90c per botilc Also a host of other goods too numerous to mention. OUK FKUTT DEPARTMENT is to be found replete with all kinds of fruits, the famous Hood River Strawberries Which we are soiling today at 2 Quart Baskets tor 45c Our prices on fruit are falling every day OUR -PROVISION DEPARTMENT Contains Swifts Famous Premium Hams and Bacon. Choicest Creamery Kntler on thc market Owing to the great demand for Hiis of butter, the price now is per lb. This butter is worth it. 400 lollird Tono-ur ...............IVr Roast Mclvcrs Famous-Dolled Hams. .Per Canadian Hams aiul Baron Hams, per Bacon, per M dioiic and hams ready for slicino- to suit our ciisiomers. ('hecst1 few very mild malured CliiMldnrs in slock Price For delicate flavor IMCM- c.-innoi hin'crsoil (Yearn Ciiocse.......Per ...................PCM- Swiss Cream HIGH CLASS (JHOCEKIKS at the LOW PKICES we are r are (o LEAD THE WAY lo tlie PEOrLE'S ITRSE. GEORGE KERR CO. High Class Groceries Italian Warehousemen Phone ;