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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta .s -u1_ Page t, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD SOITKD BV UNO VISITING DAYS hostesses tomorrow will be: Mrs. J. E. Murrell-Wrisht.' [Airs. o. J. Courtice. Mrs. w. j. Armstrong will not re- ouiorrow. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL L. M. Johnston e was a dinner a honeymoon spent at the coast Mr. and .Mrs. C'laresuoim. will reside at The Misses Sharmau were "amonj; jine many Thaiikssivmg and Hallow- e'en hostesses last evening. -Mrs. Milladdo and daughter Marie, and (Jibson Balian- jiiosiess lasi evening.' The lovely table was graced with yellow chry. of Calgary, were Thanksgiving jsauthemums am! smilax, uud ten cov-isuests at tue home on Court- eri, were laid. Maud, street. .Last evening a number i of friends were invited -to meet' the -Uiss Isabel Jeniiey of Out., inouse guests and a jolly evening was attended the good old fashioned Thanksgiving supper, served .by the ladies of Westminster church" evening, and the way blesge one of those people feasted an on looker would think that the had undertaken to. feed a starving army, but it pennUaable to eat all you .want on and mas, ;oid as wag the firgt two big events of the year, everyone did full justice to the elaborate "and delicious leant prepared. The were prettily decorated with ferns and effectivel arranged with ruddy ap- is the guest 01 Mrs. A. B. Stafford. K. McMullen. manager of the, .Merchants Bank, spent thejat the week-end the guest of Mr. and Mrs. K W. Downer at House.! A.'Heppler. of Cardstou was a guest home yesterday. A number of the many CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Tomorrow. afternoon the ladies of Pies and If the 'big folk enjoyed themselves you. should hare all seen the "kid- in a room se: aside especially, for them and decorated with lanterns j and apples suspended -from the ceiling, they enjoyed the rare treat of t Thanksgiving supper with' all the "fix ings" and a Hallowe'en party at the ?ame time. The long- table was cen- tred whh a circle of 'tall tallow can- dles held in hollowed-put rosy apples: It was perrnissable to eat thsir tur- key without reference to and the youngsters certainly their fingers and teeth withuhe deft- ness of experts.. The proceeds amount Jed to about j Tiis ladles la ciarge of the Tuesday, November 1, 1910. s COWAN'S PERRCTIIN COCOA Its richness and flavorg Ive in added delicious- ness to homemade "awwta" and dainties. Be tiirt you Ret COWAN'S -the cocoa with the Maple Leaf Labtl. THE COWAN CO. I mend, or -Mrs J t. Hughson. of Ed-jst. Mary's church will hold-a bazaar monton. wended iheir way to the cosy jln Hall, North Ward. There snewhome ot Mrs. Austin Saturday j will be a. home prepared food table, to welcome her guest tojrancy work booth; also a children's i the city, even if for a short visit. Miss j ware booth and candv stall. Tea will- Austin and Mrs. W. A. Hamilton as-jbe served during, W afternoon and a Uisted about the rooms and offered of the bazaar will be the I many visitors the ever acceptable cup bags of fresh English lavender I of tea and tea-hour dainties. White that- will be sold jas-rers adorned the living room and itt. rne ev-eni NEW HIGH CLASS' GENTS' CAFE Home cooking a specialty. Afternoon teas, luncheons at all hours. Murphy ICE "CREAM. FRUIT" CONFECTIONERY 'XND Chamberlain's' Cough- Remedy .has become famous for its cures of coughs colds, croup and influenza. Try Iwnen in need. It contains -ening three amusing j sketches will be presented by a. rium- jber of amateurs of the city, who have -MISS blame Conybeare eutenataed scored, several successes in amateur S6t iast evenics bridge. ..There j will also be a musical programme ren- i pretty tea, table. at Riverview. tabies were: Mesdames Gray, Tibert, Alexander. Burgmsn. Watson and But- ler. At the children's table Mrs. Lytle and Mrs. Kergan and a-bevy of young lolk waited on the children. During the supper hour the church orchestra 'rendered a splendid programme. The .Daughters and Maids of Eng- land are requested to attend a special meeting at the home of Mrs. A. J.' warren. Wednesday evening at 8.30 snarp. Business- important. Kindly no-re change of address, 625 Coutts Street. jctered during the evening. The pro-{ two young-jceeds will go towards St. Mary's fuadj substance and always gives prompt re- UU dns no harmful er children expects to leave the 'the entertainment will bV given ives nroffiDi re- ;Put- of the week for California where IT, T? T ti_TJ_.. LOCAL BUDGET California where j they will spend the winter. Justice in Reding's Hall, ;Xorth Letiibrldge. j The Dairy lunch -counter has opened ;'up in ihf addii-ion recently added to j the Oliver Block, between that build- i ing and the on 'JPifth Simmons and Master Rex also leave during the week for Calgary, where s !-Master Rex will enter Western Ca The Women's Home of Knox churcli i Prior, to their departure Missionary in school room-of the church tomor- cliurch League had a great crowd of nearly two" 'hundred present at their regular monthly soc- ial session last evening. The chief at- traction was Rev. J. E. KOmonton, to ..hear whom scores' of "old-timers" caine out to League. Dur- ing the interval given for getting ac- Decide for Yourself We do not want yon to take our word for it, but If you will buy a packet ot Blue Kibbon Tea today we know you will find it entirely satisfactory. If you don't your grocer will promptly refund your money. -Virs. Simmons have been honor guests I at several dinner parties. They were j ed on Saturday evening bv i .programme.. There were baked dainties galore at Jonathan Packer, diediat- ihe home, 90S Eleventh south, on! Demsts as weli as on'.business. While here, .hft guest of" hor. hrmhcr. "Shepherd j "is .sister, Mrs. Horace over the hoJiila'r. the their lives, in-'the a handsome and valuable present Lieut. thin- Rftw wi .lace in the world and in -S r rt P S l Patterson-: today Flnt e of dfe if -af'1inillber of M'CTd-s- Canadian; National 1-Apple wii ,e 01 tne v, 01 id s. historj. of whom assemWed in his offi- (opened an .''interesting a'ddress.... provided by ilisses Jenkins and Mar- good things they might7have secured j garet Poster and the Messrs Vallance m quantities if they had arrived anj-Mr. Patterson gave an interesting hour earlier, for early in the after- j reading. The rooms were prettily the; pantry tables fairly groaned j lecorated with Hallowe'en with cakes, breads'c'pok- a 'huge Jack' Q- -Lantern, 'and asters Viie foliowlng'1 delegates from, Wesi- niinsls-r Suuday school leave todav and tomorrow for Calgary to atwud the Alberta Sunday Schools Conven I tiou: Miss, Irene' Finlay. Mrs. A. I Mrs. Duns-worth" and Rev. i and Mrs. A. Lvilc. ies, ere. At these" tables Mesdanies Tulle r, Morris. ,Mc- Young, fjajferty and Xewmarck were kept busy every second until everything had 'been sold. 'At'xhe at- tractive candy booth v.-her.e' th'e sweets were arranged in all shapes and Mrs. Armstrong and 'Mrs. L Stafford presided: The table where "me delicious pre- serves, jellies, Some-made pickles and roast chicken found ready saie was in charge of Mrs. .1. C. Brown and Miss Kuth Link. Jn one of ilie class rooms a prettily appointed tea table centred with pink asters was presided over by Mrs. J. "ce at .three- was completely by surprise. G. G. j Curing--the opening' oeremoniee big -Vancouver Horoe Show-- building and. made the- presentation., referred flatteringly to Mr. 'Simmons, and the Utter fittingly and feelingly replied. The present consisted of a solid.quar- ing- refreshments appropriate, to day were served. I tne th CONVICTS TAKEN TO .EDMONTON PENITENIARY convicts, hobbled together and in custody of three policemen. left on Saturday afternoon's train for Edmon- ton penitentiary. They were the men sentenced in the Supreme Court here last week and their terms totalled seventeen years. A couple of squaws, relatives of Ben Strangling Wolf., leaving to do two years for .horse stealing, added a pathetic- interest to e Irene pattern, the heaviest pat- its size, capacity. Twenty car- are on exhibition, comprising tbree thousand four hun- dred -and twenty-lour, entries, twelve of these being- carload- The management will be called, up- tern or cabinet cost in the neighborhood of 5300 and was procured from R. A. Wright's jewelry store. ,K- Anderson and Mrs. A. B. Stafford. scene. The tears flew copiously -ira. i-iugu Don nan and sou havelTiie assistants were Miss Tillev antics-they bid him good-bve for the last irom a orief visit to Chi- Miss Sharman nmtf because it has an ordinary grate. If the lire ffoes out at one end of the firebox, you must dum> all of the live- coal to rebuild it. Not so with the McClarv Sask- Alta Steel Range. You can-dump the ashes at either end and TDuild a new fire without disturbing the fire in the other end. The McClary Patent Duplex Grate- double and independent in dead end nres in Sask-Alta impossible and saves waste of "red" coal through unnecessary shaking A Miss entertained a score of young with a jolly Hal- lowe'en -party last evening. The table! was prettily decked with Hallowe'en decorations and orange colored shades covered the lights in the dining room. -VJrs. J. TV. Heaton and Mrs. LTnwortli entertained at dinner yesterday in nonor -if Mr. airl Mrs. W. F. B. Hea- ton, 'whose marriage was celebrated at S-t. Augustm's cliurch by the rec- tor. Rev. j. P. MurrellAVright, on Sat- urday evening. Cover? were laid for Miss Sharmau.. main room where the other tea had been, placed -were Mrs. Murray and Mrs. Malcolm Young, and they were assisted by- Miss G-rindlay iand Miss May Young. Pink and white carnations graced the daintily laid board. A pleasant departure from the re- gular pantry sale was the splendid music rendered by Mrs. Kelfr, .Mrs. and Miss Stafford, which .was 'enjoyed during The afternoon. ?10U.20 ,was the result of the efforts BAD STORM IS RAGING SOME PLACE TODAY Washington, Nov. advices to the weather bureau here say that five thousand dollars offered prize money, as nearly every flUed. The show is" of. international'cBairac- j ter. tor not only every of j Canada represented, but oC j the States are showing arc also j Australia and Tasmania. Oregon and carload class. The band of the 48-th of Toronto is the principal the British Isles and Northern Eur- j attraction ope are being swept by storm of vio-' lent intensity today. The disturbance covers a wide area, and it is believed j It is in lime of sudden mlabaa or that much damage will be done to j accident that Chamberlain's Liniment S caa be relied upon to take the ine low barometer pressure of i'S.56 nf m-< 4 inches is recorded at the centre off' the family doclor' who PERMIT TO BUILD disturbance, but the exact location of 7? T O. Cox, Sixth avenue, residence Caat centre ls not Siven. Unsettled j11 1S tbat Liniment i. conditions over the' Caribbean Seajnever Souna wanting. In or continue and reports from that cuis, and bruises ter of tbe globe indicate thai, a Liniment otit Gr. TV. Illingwortb, of the Standard Securities Co., left this afternoon on a business trip to Winnipeg. storm is raging south of Jamaica. Its- extent has not yec been ascertained. sorenecs and drives Sold by all of the women of the church and cred- it is due to the women who prepared sixteen. -Mrs. Uillis, of Suttou. Ont.. who has been spending the summer in Lethbridge, is the guest of Mrs. G.B. torKer, 10S Cauchon street, for a shon. lime before returning ro the Free Press. Mrs. G. Sanderson entertained pleas- saves fuel and cuts down coal bills. It does more work and better work than the best ordinary range ever made. It has toadoa, antly at dinner yesterday, were laid for fourteen. the good things sold, as well as those who assisted at the church on Sat- urday afternoon. In St. Augustin's hall on Saturday, afternoon the members of the Altar Society of St. Patrick's church tempt- ed the many callers with the Ions tables laden with, tempting home- cooKed good things. Mrs. McDonald Montreal, Vancouver St. John, N.B., Hamilton For Site ty StafferMoneB Co.. j Mr. mid Mrs. Mullin entertained a [number of friends last evening at'their First Avenue north. Music. cards ancl games were -the features tne evening. The marriage of B. L. Petry. engineer of ClareAholm, and Miss Nan uarmorty. of Mr. and Mrs. .lames Darmody of Sr. Paul, was sol- emnized on Tuesday, Oct. n. Mr. and -Mrs. Ferry arrived in CIare.3b.olm on A marriage 'of interest in Clares- iiolm WAS celebrated on Tuesday last in the Cathedral of the Redeemer, uaigary by the rector. Rev. Der.n Pa- ger. Tiie bride was Miss Nellie Angervine of Halifax, and the U. T. Khigsipy of C'laresholra. After Covers and Mrs. De Veber were in charge of the food table and were assisted by a number of the member's. Tbe many aprons from the "allover" pin- me to the dainty chafing dish apron. were sold by Mrs. Gallivan and Mrs! weagie and their assistants. The rancy work stall, where such a host of pretty articles were displayed and sold was presided over by Mrs. Begin. At the candy booth were found Miss Mc-Quirk and Miss Griffin. Dainty lit- He baskets filled 'with aome-made sweets .added an attractive appearance j to the stali and found ready sale. Tea was served to the visitors at small -tables by Miss Cunningham and Miss De Lay. Good Cooking is a simple matter if'you. have a "Happy Thought The splendid proceeds 'from sale amounted to about the large tables fairly groaning with all the good things imaginable met the eyes of the 300 guests who There is no doubt about it. if you follow directions with or- dinary care and use a HAPPY THOUGHT you will set sood re- suits every time. It would seem (from the iiumber of great improvements have become a part of instance, there is the re- inforced oven; the reservoir damper, by 'means of which you .can b'oll water any time in the reservoir; the patented oven controls the dis- tribution of-the beat; the scien- tifically-proportioned firebox: accurately sized rangre the light, flaky, grolden-crusted 'biscuits that trie .juiciest and crispest of meat roasts, if you choose the HAPPY THOUGHT for your assistant. If you have had co.okJng fail- ures in the past, madam, you'll wipe their memory out in Jess than a month it you THOUGHT the HAPPY THOUGHT) that it would prove the greatest" help Tor the beginner in housekeep- ing. And if a beginner can cook successfully on the HAPPY THOUGHT, madam, you can realize how easy it would 'oe for an experienced housekeeper like yourself. sn are patented features to be found only in the HAPPY THOUGHT range. Whan the HAPPY THOUGHT comes into your kitchen, cook- ing-'troubles fly out the'door. You can bake the daintiest and sweetest cookies, the light- est and most delicious cake. The William Buck Stove Company, Limited, Brant ford. your 'new stove the HAPPY THOUGHT.. Ask your friend w-ho has one else call on the-local deal- er and have him tell you about the HAPPY THOUGHT. He'll be fflad to give you the informa- tion without considering you un- der any obligation to buy. GEO. H. LING AG-R'NT ;