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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta i .U A H A IT Owing to an Insistent Demand i r J tor uood Cakes i "VVe have started a Cake Department. It be com- plete until our factory is finished bill we are turuiusr a few lines yon-will find good. "VTe use but dairy fresk .eggs in our cakes and consequently the'-'flavor's 'there. Marsh. -Wright, "'UNO7' IE jscott. Bagshaw, i C'olciough and Bisliop. Auitersou. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Ladies' Aid of the Baptist j church v-'ill meet tomorrow-afternoon the 'home of Mrs. White, Clii Reed St. at one 'o'clock. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL viSITING DAYS Tbe hostesses tomorrow be: Joh'-n Horue, 1307 Oufferin 1; .Mrs. E. A. Currningliam, Bartleit St. Mrs. M. V. McMillen, Crabb St. Mrs. F. U. Shaw will nor. receive on Wednesday nor again uuiil ar'ter the iNev; Year. )gilts awarded Mrs. Gay and Mr..Fleet- 'wood. are, Misses Alesser, Davidson, Shirley, Mr. Rauard, Mr. Bishop. The Literary Committee is compos- ed of Mr. Bishop, Mr.' Ilanard and Messer. The Executive Committee is corn- posed of the Executive officers and three who are not members of Tuesday, Noveiubei' 8. I Mrs. H. Bawd en. ot-4 Coutts Street, will not receive tomorrow. other committees. The additional of- V jficers being Messrs. Kirby The Altar' Society of St. Patrick's {and Nokes. I Church are planning to hold another of j The question of fees was decided at j pleasant card parties on Thurs-.twenty.flve cents per month "nebular Mrs. WaUer Thirteenth jday evening, November 17th in the j meetings will beheld on the first" and I Avenue East, received yesterday a? [Caledonian Hall. j third Monday of each month ev Ueruoon for the first time this ery fourth Monday a devotional sor her daughter. Mrs. T. S. Feueriy, ol There'will be a meeting of the Leth- vice will be held. The first devotional {Lethbridge, receiving with her. Bridge Teachers' association in- the meeting will be held in St. Cyprian's j Mrs. Jarrett received her. {central School- this evening-at S o'- j church on Monday evening next The i wearing a handsome gray foulard siik doclo A11 in education are! Social Committee have charge of the p.vith lace trimmings, Mrs. Fetterly invjted to attend. I meeting on the 2Sth insl. wen ri riff :i nrpirv armvii of sroiden i i "KEEP SMILING" That's good; advice; your digestive machinery gives out you don't feel like "hollering" much. Dyspepsia is the mother of any man or woman feel of golden! II Miss Ruth Freeman entertain ja number of the younger set this even- wearin I brown corcied silk. i Sixty of Weslev ISyworth The tea table was daintily i League wfere present at the regular i irh am? matiVA L o weekly session last evening and-Its-j to ice interesting1 report of the held in Calgary last week, rwith wiiiie and zaauve chrysauihe-! and ferus. Mrs. who in serving the refreshments, .Mrs. E. A. Cunningham issued phone invitations for au informal j house dance; on Friday; V Mrs. F. S. Cannon, who has been spending .the past year- wuh her Mrs. T. S. MacKenzie tomorrow for her home in Far- convention neld in uaigary last weex, I wore a smart cream broadcloth tailor- T which ywas given bv the Leagues del- D -m preUy lm egate. Miss Wa'tts. A pleasant fea- juire of the meeting: was the sweet i There W3S i CUPID'S COURT 4- Saturday evening at S.30 in Wesley parsonage Rev. T. P. Perry united In marriage Ava B. Couant and Fannie J. Procter, both of this city. Dyspepsia Tablets mil make you one of the happy people who smik all the time. These tablets contain just enough pepsin, diastase and ingredients in scientific proportions to banish dyspepsia. Eat the things you relish Dytpepna will your stomach alive to its duty. 21k. ?o, X. D. i solo rendered bv Miss Batu ;A large visitors.called dur-i ilng the afternoon and evening, among iihem many friends" of. Mrs. FeUerlv, are pleased to welcome Calgary for a iald. a quiet but pretty ihursday evening the young mem Of S Art, mra, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mur- phy, on Monday. Oct. 31. when .their The program j .Mrs. A. H. McKeown leaves tomor- jrow for an extended sojourn in the I east. .She expects to visit Hamilton, i Toronto, New. York and other eastern f cities before her return to Lethbridge. j 7 j The many friends of Mrs. R. Gilu more e Baker; 2nd will be glad, to hear that her 11 condition is slightly, improved- today. I j ,s a> J j 3Irs. Nolan. Mrs. Van Wart, and Mrs. jjjSisiey will be ,-the-.guests of Premier l jand Mrs. Sifton, Edmonton, during the i jopening week, of the 'legislature, and ii-Mrs. J. H. Woods will be the guest of jMrs. Herald. i Mrs. E. H. Wilson entertained fire j tables at bridge last, evening compli- imentary to her Miss Ar- jkin-s.- Mrs. and Mn New- hignesi, honors "and I jthe favors for the second "highest scores were awaz-ded Mrs. Starnes and j Mrs. Lethbridge.- At the close of: the evening a choice menu, was served at jlthe card tables. hall, which will filled- to Us 'capacity. i" .is as i Kegina Leader; "The 'beautiful of .ur. and Mrs. A. F. Angus, in Vic- Remarks. itoria Avenue, en tete last Miss Simm. jwnen Mrs.-Angus gave a large Mr. McKean. most enjoyable bridge in honor of Mr. Wllkes. sister. Mrs. McCullougn, of Under ondge. Blowers in profusion' filled i ties. (tbe a.ir with fragrance and ailded their Mrs. Horn. grace and loveliness to the attractive-j Song, R. B. Jomistone. juess of the Vases or" pink car- nations adorned the drawing room Miss Simm. carnations the SoloT Miss Castle. I stately white chrysanthemums Mr. Warren. traiis of smiiax were artistically ar-l Mr. ranged in the dining room. Mrs. Tnose Justice. Mr. and Mrs, Nay lor left on the "Elyer you buy tfflih the name Sold and fuaraaUtd by All Lethbridge Druggists spend their honeymoon at the i coast, and on their return will reside in Frank. I': The marriage of Miss Cora Frances {Johnston, only daughter of Mr. Thos. j-Johnston. acd Mr. -Ernest Vincent Doo- ley. of Lethbridge. Alta.. was solemniz- ed at two last Thursday in St. Luke's Pro-Cathedral. Rev. H. A. Brooke conducted the'ceremony. The i'bride was unattended, and owing to jthe illness of her. was given [away by her brother. Mr. John Jobn- jstoD. The bride wore a travelling suit {of brown English tweed with a brown 'beaver hat invited were: Hon. Chief Corn-any of Seven. hat wilh trimmings, Vetmore. Commissioner andj God Save the King. jand earned a bouquet of bridal roses. A family neirlobm .was worn in rhp A _family heirloom .was ;worn in the -shape of a brooch. The church was Ei'D. Wood. Rev. canon and Hill. neM In dec0rations- Mi-s. Low, Mr. and Mr, Mo meS Mrs. ..Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Jlelrill Martin, Mrs. Andros, -Mr. and Mrs. C.j Last evening the younj -Mr. and -Mrs. J. M. Taylor, Mr. and and Serenata. Mendelssohn's wed- The following: officers were elected- ilrs. Ritchie, Hon; J. A.' Calder andlMr. E.. S. Jackson, president; Mr. Calder, Mr. Justice and Mrs. Powell, vice-president: Miss M.'K. i Mrs. Fowler entertained five tables ,'at whist last evening complimentary [to Mrs. Glass, of Macleod.. In ;the course of the evening--a-dainty repast was-- served at the 'card tables. _ several keenly contested games the j honor rewards were given Mrs. Glass Mr. and Mrs. Codd, Mr. andJDavy, secretary; i Mrs. Embury. Mr. and 'Mrs. Haultain. [treasurer.. '.-iir. and Mrs. Cummins...Mr. and :Mrs.! Miss DavidsoH; ayttob, Mr. and Mrs. Mr, -Mr, Rothwell, who___f__ _ _ and Mrs. Maurice Clarke; Mr. andjcial committee, were -given "povfer to 3irs. Laird. Mr. and Mrs. Norman'Mac-f add to their 'aumbers. Kenzie. .Mr. and Mrs. -Kingsley. Mr. j The members of the Devotional com- jding march. and Mrs. Dooley left on -the af- ternoon train for Toronto and eastern points, and, will return by boat, and. Al> AV 'ei-uiii uy ooai, ana. jthence to Lethbridge. Alta.., where the' Jiss' wil1 compose" the; so-1 and Mrs. Lecky, Mr.'and Mrs. Camp-1mittee are VCook, Miss Johnston r. and Mrs. Carter, the Missesjand Mr. Sulstqk RECEIPES Attractive Sandwiches A whole volume might be written on the subject- of sandwiches, but here {useful Tiirts. Always cut the bread jvery thin and trim off the crusts with ja sharp knife. Cut the square slices i diagonally across, "making" interesting jlooking triangles. Cut any iheat very small and when possigle mix it with a little -salad dressing or -cream., to make a paste, which'is easier to spread" on -the thin bread. Wrap only a few j sandwiches in.-each piece of wax paper as they keep better this way. The bread should not be. too fresb.. The different varieties. of filling used in sandwiches are simply innum- erable. Any kind of meat may be-used and some of the potted meats (espec- ially game) are extremely good. Olive? chopped or sliced thin and mixed with cream cheese, make another very good and green peppers .and nuts may be chopped .up and mixed with' mayonnaise. ,A, rule for making sar- dine'sandwiches which is used by some officers in the navy at their teas on shipboard is for by the, women.-; who are fortunate. enough io' be.invited...to eat the. sandwiches. This 'Scrape; all-skin -and.-bones from' jthe sardines and for a.boxful use with the meat one teaspoonful of .olive, -oil, a half teaspoonful 'of? lemon same amount of grated onion or onion juice and a few drops of Worcester- shire sauce. Add a little salt and mix it all into a smooth paste to spread- on th'e buttered bread. SOMETHING for' NOTHING A Look Around our Almost; Beady Santa Clans Headquarters- Come and see 'them "tonight if yon can; Red Cross Drug and Book Co. Methods and righfsStock Undercutting Supremacy Tlie "Bromide" does liis .Ihinkiiig by people think for liiin Avlio does Jiis own He is a person who has surprises up Ms sleeve. goes with the crowd that don't-lit in." Or are yon a' "SULPHITEr A Sulphite" is a per- You never knoAv what a Sulphite will say or do. A Sul- phite will not bore you, but he may shock you. Hamlet was a a Bromide. Timothy Eaton was "suiphitic." so is .John Wannamaker, Sheldon, the Montreal broker is "Bromidic" and tliere are some few in this class too. While you are solving the problem Of whether you are a "Bromide" or a call down to Wright's store and talk the .Jewelry situation over with "CHAMPION" but be suiphitic enough to in- sist upon CHAMPION'S between WEIGHT'S PRICES and CTtAMPION'S PRICES there is a great gulf price 25, 33 1-3, 50 and 100 Per Cent Off Even if you are a bromide, for your own sake, figurative- ly speaking, "put in your thumb and pull out a suiphitic plum.'7 Wright's entire stock is a PLUM, a peach daisy as far CHAMPION PRICES ARE CON- CERNED. WRIGHT'S SALE I What a Big Boy is Champion 95 cents In the window.' See the articles worth few AVednesday and Thursday, Champion Never Twitched a Nerve When He DidThis 95 cents TAKE YOUR looks a bit worried: up his loss. CHAMPION says "To the window at 95c and pack the store full." WRIGHT'S SALE ;