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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 10, UM1 LiiTiittiJiiMjiii DAiiA' Gireana of absolutely fs'ons For sixty years American house- wives; have found Dr; Price's Cream Baking Powder a guarantee, of light, pure and wholesome food. EDITED "INO" 12241 7M. lonesomo boo lugs to the hire, On stiffened and rheumatic wings; Tlio frost-bit cricket, Imif-oUve, Oreuks out Uio swan-song that it sings; The wimMoBBCd "withered blade and j hunk, Wliero one lorn cornstalk feubly swaju. Aro crackling in tho It lato early nowadays. gold hat, presided over the ton am coffrro. Mrs. K II. Wilson, who .cut the lees wore becoming champagne iiinoti veiling satin nnd black picture hat. Miss iMacbcth, in champagne crepe do oheno and wliiti; hut, faced with blank and bearing black plumes, am 1 JcBslu .Macbeth. In chunticleei Bilk feown and black velvet hat' witl facing and trimmingu of crushed rose were graceful and attentive assistants IBS Jnzola Httrdie-. the little daugh- MIss Utisslf UUlB is quite ill ot. bomo, dainty in pulo blue [silk, presided at tlie door bright welcome for (lie m-.uiy guests, who called during the twilight hour of i-ho afternoon. A number of young peebple were entertained informally in-'thc' evening. On Wednesday evening at six o'clock at parsonage, ihi! wedding of bull or ln9 Royal Canadian; M Mf MR'hi lo given honor A gfl5 Fmh Aye s ]Q thoir Iliyhne-sses the Duke andtj Duchi'.ss of C'onnanght v.'ill.bc held I the Armories on .the night of WeuV j noaday, November 29 111. This affair bn 1-lte laryrst given since tlnj' ball of the Abenlcens. The floor KID Sir George ami Lady Koss, of Tn- roiilo, arc expected in Ottawa on_ l.Htii, and have taken atjain at tlie Motel Cecil for the ses- sion. INTEREST ON A C FOR bit fan ,tlio German estimated- -in 'iho year tunable to realize the stupendous gold- YEARS on growth of this original cent unless rass into our service various aids to .such ,as. population of the world at 1.-1SO those 1 have drained and here illus- ion portions. More than cue-half trated. this number was [.used on the rc-siLvs, .of actual censuses, find Uio roinnJiiiler wure carefully es- We probably not he away from the truth if we1 say that there iir-e (in A.U I'JU) RWI .nttlllon person's on the isartli. If in Domini 1 ji man had then de- Pirecl to be hailed In a century Vnlversol benefactor of tho Woclil. cotihi have achieved his by ti-'.'n investing the equivalent, of it mod orii Amoricnu cent at ii per centum compound per annum, the in- iiccnjmilntc your by year for Uif lionct'it of future geiVJi-fitlons. At the olid of the first-conhiry of the dancing will he built to teen hundred people. The decorations will he most elaborate. in A.D. 100-M.lie traction of the money earth transformed into j the raisoii d'etn a huge liar, slab 0110 mile thick, float- ing; In space.' Let every man. woman and child now living; in .tne approximately continuously discharge gnu loaded with American gold eagles in place of bullets for one thousand years. Each gun fires into space one thousand eagles per minute, which drop over tho edges'of the earth. The result, is that, at end of one thous- and years' continuous discharge of gold eagles from of (Illicit-firing guns at .the rate of one t thousand gold eagles per >vminute j from each gun, poly an- infinitesimal j Mrs. Cooke. of Prince, Albert, who Is a house guest with Mrs..West, was 01 on-o of the smart- est affairs of the week, when Mrs. J. O. Wilson entertairic'd at bridge yesr tqrday afternoon.' Mrs. W, J. Ambrose and Mrs. G. LS Vroomau succeeded at the game and secured the pre'etty favors. Mm. Wil- son had invited a number of friends to meet Mrs. Cooke at the tea hour. The hostess wore a stunning' gown of blue via tin draped with marquisette.. The guest of honor was wearing an of feet I ve toilette of grey collcnne. elaborated with lace. Autumn chry- santhemums gave the sunbeam gold- Springs, was celebrated. Her. T. P. Perry lied thp nuptial knot in ilic presence of the immediate relatives the contracting parties. Mr. and Mrs, Whilsun will reside y.t Iron Springs. Clubs and Societies would have grown At Uio eiitl of years after Anno. Domini nr.nvjly nt the end cf jhp. yoar TUIp the or- ,.cpnt i to the stuiieiickiua .value'of doi- Yellowed by 34 noughts.) accumulation resulting'in A.' 3i'10 from- the' original investment of OHR cant in Anno Domini 1 is so vast i that no brain can realize what Is the meaning of the enormous quantity thus been got rid. of. Tli'o amount to be being i' fl's, this amoiint being tbe-ao'cnmulat- nd L-osiiltlrpf one .cent invcai.ed in An- 116 at '5 p-ar cent. -compound tnUres-l umiJi the odfl: iftlip. All fifin en glow to the tea room, the being centred with .those bright blos-i soras. Tim tea page .was presitlr'j. over liy Mrs, Cunningham goVnedj. .Gonybeare, o.ut; the Idoketl. in blue The Ladies' Aid of St. Cy prim's clmrch met.with Mrs., Wellington yes- terday., afternoon with twelve bers present. Thc Tinal report from tliu bazaar. was handed in, and the ladies found that-they mafic in all 5235, which in- cludes the amount derived from thc autograph quilt. The. society decided to dbnatft five dollars to tliu "Leth- nriitac Bed" in tihc Nasib Hospital in) velopmenl of Uio story holds tliu in- Imlia Tliu next trweting will be heU at' the home of Mrs. Stewart, 413 Eighth St., a week from Thursday Ma sic and (Conducted by FIDELIO.) "Madamo Sherry" at the Majestic At the MftjflHlJc Theatre on Satur- day evening-, the theatro-goora of this city will have an opportunity to laugh lira merry coiuody, of "Madamo fascinating mel- oilies of'1, whose haunting strains liave oncirclod tho globe. describeil HS a J-'rencli In tiio true sense of the word; comes, hprc- almost direct] in New York, where tlie imported j nuslcul gaiety has been delighting the 'iaygoers has no other pteco In a Giieralion. Coming at the very Muaicil Reciprocity '''ho Sheffield choir have arrived hi Wnglnnd, a trfumphitiit ttlx months' lour rouiuLttiu Kmplro.. It will bo remembered chor- iSlcrs' but fr0 riitKb "city of steel" on JJuroh 17 last. .They" h'avb ilncQ visited Canada; tlio ilhilcd Siatos' "onoUilu, the Fiji Islands .Australia, New and SqtiUi.'Af- and have given flu all -more than ISO oooccrta. In each' place c-'al bodies brat Ions. "Tho greatest ALLREADYFOR THE CLEANING en years ago tho Dlltcli and English- leuients in South Africa were in dead. implicate organiirtitfoil nt the NcV .place to refill ..To 0111- siir? viuslerdnni Theutre, Now York, and il i? i We )ookecl "3" ev- tf's 'town, a Boer a'trongi' s ono of these original companies s lOivetl lliat success wag Hold, headed-by the mayor, mot us at? hat lias been sent to visit tlie prlii- we "s.son'lment. Il ,tlli> station, and gave us an ovation? ipal cities In response to I heir Inels- tho cmli' "f IMsought m to sing.just ;oncef out demands. A cost of real milon- or tlle ehmr_that they'ir it possible to Ila overwhelmeif'" !or. a nhitiniricent stngo production, :nd a stunning chorus jidj to the en- oynblo featuiia.s of "Madame Sherry." "The Honeymoonera" at Starland A laugh producer in motion n Ureir aeet form c-vory where, and ontluialBBtlc nt tho same time, yolj iimsned up in Capetown as fresh as j will understand tiic effect :of Ihey at Halifax last j impromptu concert by a'handful of' people oa thai grsat crowd oP> March. In fact, we returned III -111 same strength as wo started, not a laminated Hoers ns.e member having .been .left be- "Btu that was only in one Wnd. borne fell ont by th-o way, of j Similar' incidents occurred all aloiS'V course, .through illness fbht only to 'the line to gladden the heart of a tW ictur.cs lias been iiiu Join the forces again very soon. mnsicr.', patriot Question any oil and management for thc week-end. A j nyver sang with less than SO per cent, i ih0 Sheffield and you' will' cbliralcil man who was married five I of our ful! strength, and gome M per! see how six. month's around "tho imos said on one occasion "the most ]cont' thc choristers never missed n rying tiling about getting married This is .certainly a s thc loo! tricks one's fool friends 18plcnd1ld the ground that has been cohered in a 'mere six months by these 'untravel- led' anintour musicians. lay." The story of "The lloaoy- concerns a young "couple found to their horror that their intl acquaintances, not content with ic usual rice and old shoes had cap- ircd their wedding coach ami decor- ated it so that, everyone would he "wise" to the newlyweds. The young couple decide to. fool them. The du- plre has strengthened their faith iii_ the British nation. Could min-'i 11! our membere of Pai-liav' the Overseas as these choristers have done, _ J reck-., ou that they would statesjV' "Thc -success of the undertaking IP, J men .and more valuable governors fotv course, due to the organising g-aii- Uw experience. X'1-' and Mharles i patriotism of 'think we have a right -ip look upon the tour us a triumph for in.uska'l reciprocity. One incident alone iriade- imper- as Mr. Chamberlain puts "Soine of the singers are returning-', to the lands-which have so captivated? them, while others are going.out marry, and set up homes on Britain's; further shores. Hoi'3, again, is (lenco of thc value of .'binding er through the power of other words, riiusical reciprocity" wiiii quantities of Maltese lace'iiiid' The -TiaQies Wiio hat with willow Paul's The deft, asaistnnts were Mrs. Seat- with Mrs. P. le in modish blue eolionne with black day afternoon. The first pnrt of the picture .iiatj" Aune'.Patteson in afternoon spent, ;n sewing, after The Art Needlework Club will meet i MondaV tern p on Mrs: D. A. imnson; Block. 'c'.poUp: Society oC St. Ijiitli-eriin cluirch met J. yester- g away of gold eagles have to continue for more, than years In order to exhaust the money, accumulated in A. D. 1910. This Incredible result !s no freaU of fancy, but a. solid fact. John trim brown'Cloth gown with chic red-which enjoyable readings were given hat, and Miss Elaine Oonyboare Mrs. Dieseth and Mrs. C. Grant. A ed in black velvet and black beaver {vocal solo hy -Mrs.''.'Grant ivms much hat with -ermine. enjoyed. Tea hour refreshments were served when Mrs. Gordon assisted tho hosi- er dollars Just staged. We are wholly Schooling, in November Strand One of the daintiest and most at- nictlYc. post-nuptial receptions the season was held by Mrs. Edward J. Sehi yesterday afternoon at. her pretty When 1 was -lyaginuing to-, work out The Art. Needlework Club entertained on Tuesday evening nt home on Ninth street, when the home of Mrs. J. B. Renter, Tho rooms were thronged with visitors hnsbaiids of the members of thc clubs and inyited, si ml the president wishes it understood that no other invita- tions have been Issued, and that, she hopes' to welcome each member the club and her husband on Tues- day night. N Of General Interest throughout the lute afternoon. Instead of: bright hiies nsually ciioa-' en shaggy white "mums" with quantl-' ties of in the decor- ntivo scheme. The attractive hostess was a picture hand-painted pale blue crepe'1 tie ohene mounted-on pink satin... Mrs. Fred Kick, who -assisted in receiving, ras richly gowned In blue satin, re- leved with touches of black and large black velvet hat with plumes. Mrs. T. p. Kirkham. gowned-in elab- orate black taffeta bteck beaver i wti Ing u dainty gown of grey crepe de clione and large black hal bearing plumes, lln' tho ices; wore" Madame: .Album' Jms retired from the concert platform on the eve oi! sixtieth birthday. Marie Louise Cecilia she mar- in horn- at: Chambly, near on November 1, 1852. She Frank Hedley, wlio.'Ciit.i was educated nt the- .Sacred Heart! white embroidered j coiiytsnf, of that city, and afterwards' drcss with pink and black bat jecl with plunies. I Mrs. Stanley IClrliham and Mra. made a'jaista.nta. (Mrs. Kirkham wore blue .foulard and jphick picture hat with pink plume. studied music in Paris and Milan. She made her debut, in Bellini's "La at Messina, Sicily, in 1S70, and subsequently sang at Ii'lor- cnce anil Malta. It was in May, Jlrs. Bourgno bad donned black: also in "La tbat over yellow Bain and back hat wi111 touches of yellow. made her first appearance at Con- Liltlt! .Miss Ondra.Hick frocked In otllcl' artists like Madame Patti I a pretty luind embroidered dress, ad- storm. In Kuhsctiuenfc years she lias mittoil tho many cullers. I also lah'ii ]iart in all tile great, V j lisli musical iestivals, besides Hcanlifnl gowns, lavish decorations i :uiil n gracious hcsless marked the ll'ilstl llcr "ativc Canada is she s reception {riv.en by Mrs. W. D. L. i favorite .but in every land ber nanm JMarilio yeutcrduy ariornoon for her is one to conjure with. One of Ma- jdaiiEhl-av, Mrs. J. S. Jones, of Alliani's most devoted adniir- Illiver, as one of Iho notable functions urs lvas her lat.'.1 nuiicsty sins received main' Ladies' Fur Lined Coats will be Sold at Half Regular Prices For r Fjidii yand Sii tu rchiy's selling we offer our complcle slock of adies' Fur Lined Coats that were in (he reg.uliir wn'.y. nil at one' uniform price, Sliells are all stylish and thoroughly tailored from, Broadcloth, in black, and green, some'.are linsd.ivith Grecian mink, others with full furred muskrat skins; collars and lapels of choice Columbia CJic' ?nd Alaska Sable, Bust measure to only. Your choice for Dress Lengths and Remnantst will be Marked Below Cost on Friday and Saturday This season has honn an exceptionnlly huh.y one in the Dross tioo'ds Do- partment-. Many of the best selling .lines are now reduced to shorl, lengths of fromJ3 to 8 yards, and ve are ptitting these on sale for'. .Friday and Saturday at prices that will well repay you for keeping' until Wiintcd. All tin's season's novelties arc ainong'sl I hem Fancy Serges, Diaf-onjilClotli, Tweeds and Worsteds, Black Cashmere, Fancy Suitings. Flannelette and Wrapperettes will also appear on the remnant counter greatly reduced Grocery Bargains Sunbeam Oak Heaters No. 11 each 13 "15 "17 A first-class Heater at a Low Price StaffordkAgeaw., Go; of tin; week. The very cold weather made tlio drawing rooms of' the spac- ious home, which were bright with [tlio warm slow of deep pink curna- Lions, particularly altnicUvc. Ferns "If you !iv3 out of town, write Ing n very hnndsonie gown of pnddyj. greon Efttln, In sequftted- net Ilcr sinfi with F-31'Blan boillco. .Airs. .1. K. .lonc'j, in whom the inter- est controd, v.-as very lovely in her inisiti! yodding robo or ivoiy duch- jess Eatln made in empire styJc, tlie bodir.c formed by a poArl garniture, 1 Ions court train. Mrs. Mewburn, Kowned in blue satin heavily braidnd and white hat. with -jostrich plumes, invited to tho dlnliiK [room, where graceful "minus" on a mirrored centre radiated tlu-Ir purity and from the board, wliich wuu most, attractive with pretty lace doilies, Mrs, V. L, XaiBinlth. wenrinf; a sweetly pretty gown of crefitn crepe de meieor with Persian and gold uvcrdreas, finishot! gifts. As signs of royal favor nnd public alic possesses the or- ders of merit of Britain, Denmark nnd Germany, iwo jubilee medals, ami tlm A'icloria badge. .After hpnrjiip (ierman thc U'iHiinn I. apjiointcil her Jiis Ilnf Kon.vm'1'snnprin." II was fit- ting Ilia1 it Jilioulil dc in London, when: Ilu: groat prinln ijomm, wlin Pcr.soniiicd, il lias been said, Mm spir- it, of orntnrio, hii.s inmlt; Iicr home for ninny years, lliat sliould say fare- well, in tin- Albert- hall on Satur- day an diidii'iitT of lfrfOUO gave her a stirring reception Iwr lirst appeni- nncc on (lie and raised _a storm of symnnlhflic chorrs whnn she finally left it, after .singing Tos- ti's "Good-bye." Rpgnlitr Hop of Hie, Friday Kvciiing Dancinp ('lull .louigtit in the K. of I1. with heavy gel< fringe and cream ami Hull, UnslicH's 270-1 Housekeepers will bo quick to sec saving (-an offer you by for these week curl ofl'ers. A a Hi. tin of Tctley's uotert Tea that would fosl In Ilio rugulnr way 52.00, for 'dKaU; Coffee, 1 Ib. itrico QCA ___.......................OOC' rs 1'roserves. reg. -10c li'ic iiackets for 30c IQc Warmth for the Children A high leg boot of best quality Red Felt, with stout doubly compressed felt sole, A high grade boot, well sewn and finished G4 Crt 9I.3U Men's Felt Boots for Crockery Department Kor Friday and Saturday wo are giving a, final clean-up of those beautiful China Ciipa and Saucers, and other fancy pieces, For FYiday we are putting; on sale a quantity of heavy felt bluch-crs in new sizes. Hest quality foil throughout and extra heavy felt golcs. For, per pair Ladies' Felt Boots Just tho thing for present wear; a .comfortable felt Bal.. vlci goloshed, with solid leather soles. For Friday and Saturday Ji 1.50 per pair ;