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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. Aoveiuber 4, Costs Less To Live in North Lethbri Because The E. E. Trading Co., sell the Best Groceries Cheaper Than Any Other Store In The City Get Their Prices Special Rates to Hotels and Restaurants Prompt Delivery to Any Part of City THE E. E. TRADING CO Westminster Road Beside Union Bank Wholesale and Retail Hay and Grain, Groceries and Provisions 'It you don't ask your husband ques- tions he is sure to leii you everything wish u> Therefore wait pa- 'Won't be always the same: it is A change may prove whole- some. even for the worse, provided it is merely temporary." SOCIAL AND PERSONAL VISITING DAYS 'J'fle hostesses tomorrow win be: rs. J. Alttcen, -75 Brantou St." Mrs. Conybeare will not receive un- lurnier nouce. Airs. Mewburn will be the hostess ar a large military euchre this evening by 160 superb stereopticon pictures. Miss .Margaret Fraser and .Mr. L. H. wlikes will assist with musical selec- tions. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The ladles o: St. Augustm's church are anticipating- a busy month and jure already preparing and planning i lor taetr annual bazaar and sale. Ui 5 If your appetite desires a tasty meal, try EXCELSIOR CAFE You can- have anything cooked as you like it. Tlie only all AvMte Iielp cafe In the city. BOUGHT HOTEt INWEYBORN T; A. of Grassy Lake Makes Purchase T. A. Underwood has purchased the Hotel at Weyburn, Sask. The price he paid for ,the property, which is one of the besii hostelries in that town, was" In -tne neignbor- 530.000. aiso purchased.a residence tnere, in he will re- side with Mrs. Cadersveod and family. Kignteen months ago Under- wood putchased the Gravssj Cake Hotel at Grassy Lake and -sold it out last after which he look a trip to the Old Country. Prior.ID that he was! in business in that yiace will Save a hotel raac is run as hotels shcaici be run., The people of Vx'eyburn may rest assured that he win always- be, to the fore as a citizen, ready ro Lake a foremost part in all public en- jterprtses and undertakings. timvinj: nood oi BURNED AT THE STAKE j FOR KILLING-A WOMAN j San Antonio. Texas. Xor. tonio Rodriguez, of Las Vegas, Mexico.! aged 20, was burned at the stake by! a mob at Rock Springs following his confession that he shot and .killedl{ 51 rs. Lem Henderson: wire of a ranch- j man, yesterday, because she'" "spoke mean Rodriguez arrest- ed this morning when he applied ut ranch near here for food. The form-i ing of the mob began early in the: 16S: YOU ARE INVITED TO SEE OUR ASSORTMENT OF. Trimme d Hats ALL THE NEWEST STYLES SHOWN! 514 Dufferm Street L. A. Scott, Manager will be held on Dec. 2nd. Christ mas puctdiegs and cakes and mince pies are among; the goodies that will be round at tUe. prepared food table. Miss Watts, who is'-the Wesley Ep- wortn eague delegate to the Alberta ifoung Peoples' Societies and Sunday, scnool Convention being held thig j week in Calgary, .will give a detailed Cunningham left this mornin- nPOPt the regu-j lor Minneapolis to spend the weekly meetitlS ot Wesley] ,f. Monday evening next. -Mrs. e. Tliompson of Spring Coulee a visitor m iUe city today e sefcool league of .St. T- 'a -1Cyprian's church and the-boys'of the C. -Simmons- and children jolly-Hallow- this mot-urn? to spend the winter en c 'of Hotson Beach, Cai. on Coutts street...-. An..old fashioned pull, apple dumpling aiid a paper and Mrs. Edward Peck have re- the features nirnea irom a six weeks' visit in Sr officers of the i-auj, wnere tiiev were tne wish to' Mr- -Mrs, Mrs. ai. .A. Rests-. Mr. and Mrs. T. MeNabb of Leth- onage, Sunny Southern Alberta, be- worKsnop. The Crosby Shoe Store Will continue its extraordinary sale until Saturday, TWILJGHT CHAT I know of a valuable, discovery are in tne city for a few their ancle and aunr. at 79 Morrison street. Mr. and Mrs. D. ara Falls Record. 1 _ s. D. Jf-cKiiiop and Miss_______ Kiiiop of Winnipeg, mother and sister of H. A._ McKiliop, arrived in'the cifr yesterday a'ftsrhbon and are 'being en- I tertained at tne ilcKillop home. Thev absent from their home in since last December ,are tneir: return- journey from f-Kiversia'e. they ,do not act upon it systematically, and my inends do. The discovery is this: tnat everyone's point. of view is ab- breakfast. They are a Houseful of unusually even-teniperefl and cheerful- mortals, and their lives together are wonderfully harmonious. they, found that even congenial souls were decidedly "touchy" before tne morning coffee, and that a quick -..Miss 3Iaruie DeLay en; word spoken tnen came nearer open-, rift than at any other time one's opinions" and decis ions are frequently' off-jcblor then .and Quite diflierent lipm those rendered -ltained one is named'.'and fed. Thev dis- tables at euchre last evening as j covered this and laughed a-bou't it to Miss Cunningham. agreed to -the occasion for r this morning. The any jar. yexatipus problems are nev- awardeii discussed economies are iicuonaw and Mr. D. -McCormack, j never projected, and a-bove all, do they T.TTS snun; au questions beginning with and tlie consolation gifts Mrs. Gibbons, and -Mr. V. Gallivau. VETERANS WILL CELEBRATE THE CENTENARY OF PEACE Dr. de Van's Temale Pills arternoon and b tnousand pers by nightfall had e j Winnipeg. Nov. celebrate one 1 cheap iiitatISS! sexerai-Hundred years of peace between Can- Later A reliafaJe Fcench jegtrfator: never fails.- These are esceecungiy pewerfnl in regulatinr-the tbe' e tne the evening- an "appetizing menu vras served at the card tables. Tne illustrated recital, "An Evening to be. given tonight at auditorium, central "school, prom- "wnat made didn't Nut DA1L.Y RECIPE Cakes One cup chopped nutsl jail- structui demonstration oi I aL at Rock springs, nere will uard, escorted Rodri- Kegina, month kud will move mere, with his family, in 'a few weeks' time. They will be much missed in -LethbrMge and 3n Grassy ilake, where- they have latterly resided. Especially Ue resistance, Rodriguez was bound to the stake and the torch applied. When his body was completely erated the mob dispersed. in 191-', to which will be- in- vited old soldiers from, all America. Tne celebration will also commemor- ate the British victories during the __ war of year the local Vet- .action in the Supreme Court sgainst erans' Association will invite all vet- lhe ScaildRrd Polishers Ltd. to n tt'esr.ern Canada and irates to a deaionstration to be held here during July, and it is ex- one -cup brown one egg, one i prom-; heaping tablespoonful flour. Break sold at iises to 'be one of the most delightful I egg in whole: mix. twenty of the season. Mr. j minutes. Drop from into but- is Canada's greatest Dick-jtered pan. Bake in moderate ens scholar; his lecture is illustrated j Makes about two and oneThair dozen. during -which-time 20 per cent "rake- off" may be had by all patrons of this now popular fainily shoe store. Beineniber, all- prices are plainly; remarked for the buyers are requested to ask for this- 20 per cent discount and insist on-Jaavinff 1 it. We do -as .we T are still some rare snaps to be Lad- ies' Patent" 8fioe89 .little out of-season TAKES ACTION TO GET PRIZE FROM A NEWSPAPER Nov. Sadie II. Cockwell of this city has entered an WHY WO-MEN OF THE STAGE WIN LOVE in Sons of England circles, wnich body and its kindred organiza- EARL i-ondon. Kov. CREWE.1N OFFICE iec] several thousand be In auent'.iuce. old warriors they nave been prominently identified ever since' they were organ- ized in -Mr. Underwood "is one of the best William Harcourr, will succeed the of Crewe as secretary for the Colonies'; and Crew of iiotelmen, and while he is'MorJey at Indi will succeed" Lord Office. a piece of land at Lakeview, Lost! Mountain Lake, to .tbe value of sr.itu.j conveyed to or as an alternative! S500 and costs of the action. Miss' Cockwell was one of the contestants! in the recent circulation contest -pro-' moted .by the Kegina. Standard By Laura Jean Libbey There is magic in the music, And a conscious, twinkling dart. In the eyes behind the footlights, Sure to captivate the heart. I like the evening spent is like a glowing picture slipped long the dark, prosaic, pages of wi dull book. In the enlivening a number ol gold coins wrapped jners of second grand prizes, and duJl care is -banished, and over e found hidden on >rs to the Standard _. Jed by her, she ranks as one of the win-! a German newspaper, inere is a mystery. How they such is entitled to the propertv ,pe- f _-..- c You. can rarely distinguish weak spots in underwear until holes rub your expense. So it's safer, cheaper to insist on StanfieM's Unshrinkable Underwear. For our careful sorting process retains only the very- finest wool. Even this selectedgrade'is cleaned, combed until every short end and weak fibre is palled out. Finally the finished fabric knitted on patent pass rigid examination in front of a searching light that makes it impossible for the merest Saw to get through uaaoticed. No weak spots 01 ed stitches a smile" will answer. Their motto is "Scatter the sunshine, 'banish -the They are the, butterflies of the! world., fluttering joyously through life. sipping its honey: not so useful, per- haps, as the bee. nor have ihey its With scores of admirers to choose irom they are not apt to cloy ii man with too much sweetness, and they add spice to life's variety by leavins a lover unleashed from binding prom- ises until they can be sure beyond all doubting- .that they are nearer and dearer to him yet than al! others. i and not until then, do, these I brigbt -birds of passage consent to be caged. And yet their" hearts are na.rpsi-j chords, responding to the touch of aj masterful hand upon its strings. They .the 'fondest .of wives.] never exacting, too wise to ask if they were the first or twentieth tenant that inhabited their husband's heart, satis- fied to be i lie last and hold the fort from that time against all comers. STANFIELDS and for men in perfectly fitting ]lP2W and the soft, finely knitted Stanfield's Uisbrinkable Underwear? STANRELCS LIMITED, Ycur TRURO, N.S. dealer sells 21 footlights, one gets 'a glimpse of a fairy world peopled -with strong, brave men and lovely women whom, we faneyT ir would be a delight to Know, whose stniJe is bewitching and the touch of whose hand must be like a caress. It is not always because she is beau- tiful that the woman of the stage touches the hearts ol" ers to her, meeting with only the glow of the footlights between them. It is not always the "good part" wbich has been assigned to her which 1 attracts and stirs into beins a strong- Tj T, !er feeling than passing interest. a Kfsas bas 'Pa-tent on a, fan provided with a' sheet It is something more than the smile absorbent material to hold water which dazzles nnd tbe silvery cadence to cool the air winch it agitates. a musical voice. It is the vivid per- _____- _____ sonality which emanates -from sympathetic, into! vibration the tender, silver chord! that leads -to love's throne in the heart. The woman of the stase abounds in love; it is a viral part of her being, even as its perfume is a sweet part of Tbe perfect. luscious flower that all winds seek to woo. Sbe is a tender sweetheart, for she lives her life in tde beautifu! white light of the rose- ate passion as it is ever -depicted in .ber Shakes- peare's Juliet, idolized -by her rtomeo. to the heroines of. tbe drama of to-day. Loye is the dominating influence in each stage picture of which she is a part, and she looks for it on 'lie great world's stage. To radiate an atmosphere of love along the flower strewn path she so treads is not. art with ir. is nature, the rose blooms which jew- els her existence. i Tfcey are excallent comrades, these blithesome, happygo-lucky women of the stage: all sympathy, all heart, the best antidote in the world for a spell of the blues. They never sigh where going at 95.00 Wel- ted Shoes for BLACK KNIGHT .STOVE POLISH is the best polish in the box. It is a. "paste, and far less trouble -than any other prepar- A -gentle nib brings put a. brilliant, lasting shine. Is with- out a rival for polishing stoves, pipes, grates and ironwork. If your dealer ddes cot carrv "Black Knight" Stove Polish is stock, send us his and roc, wad we will arnd a full size tin by return mail. m f. F. IOLIY cti, Lmrm UMILTOT. 32 MmJufy efiMfftmtnn "a in Sktr particularly in 'sizes 6 and 7 A .rare chance. Strong slices for Boys and Girls. from T to Men's 18 Inch tail or black laced or two straps, strong- surveyors boots, worth selling- for Calamitous prices, but we need the i money. I I The Crosby Shoe Store 114 ROUND ST. Percy E. Crosby, Plrop. ;