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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Novciiifow 15, HHI THIS LKTHJJKIJHJK UKKALU co. Agents for Ladies' Home Journal Patterns Wo h.'ive already found l-lio room too small l-o (lisp lav our nud wo have taken hall ol ihe uTocery I'oi'merly occupied liy the. .Uac.d.oiiiild Co., and and painters are IMIS.V making the ueoessiiry changes. This will g'iye.us over (500 sqium; foot more selling sp.-ieivand will he much appreciated by our- selves, and our customers. New hale shipment ol' gray wool blankets bought at a special price losella-i per pair. Our Ladies Suits sinil Coals are selling I'nsf, the price lolls .the.story. New ties and collars for men, new dress goods new motor and lace veils; new tfin'lles. A large shi.pnieiil. of the celebrated Croiupl'tm'H A La Orac-e. Corsets just arrived. s We are retailing the best value in 4'differen't makes of'corsets in the city at j 9 u Can There U- no. need i'or you to suffer luiollier day 'With (hi: -awfiil'ltch "rrom I'sorlusls, Salt Kheiiin, or any otlicr diBGHse.' D.D.D.PrescripMon Tor Kcxem-.'. slops the itch .instantly! Yes, (ho instant the Hi-si, few arc applied to the burning skin, the ilch is stopped not in half an hour, not iu 10 tnlmiles, hut in 10 seconds! You can hiive no iden of the Ciil offcci of D.-U. until your suf- forhit; is instantly relieved by woiid'orfHl remedy, and when used D. D. D. Soap it. keeps Lhe skin iii perfect condition. are confident that D.D.D. will ijnre any case of ICczeina or skin trou- cf any; othur kind. Get a trial bol- ili from the D.. D. D. Laboratories, Depi. U Colbornc St., Toronto, or calf and .laclfson it Cope, drngglatt-, Leth- b ridge. tlie'-pnvemehts made, of good intentions or less MORE ARMY CHANGES Toronto. Nov. followin chaiiKes in Lhe Salvation Army are in addition to those already imported: Col. Albert Tvaskin, general secretary, has been appointed assistant chief secretary for Canada with lieatUjuart- ers at Winnipeg. Brig. Harry Mor- ris, bandmaster of the headquarters' staff band, lias been appointed to 113- sist Col. Gaskin. Major W. Green of Hamilton goes to Vancouver as pro- vincial commander for British Colum- bia. Schubert Symphony 'Club TomorroW at New Morris Theatre The Brandon press has the following to say of the Schubert Club which appeals tomorrow evening at the opening of the new Morris Theirtre, under the auspices of eastern stars: "The, four ladies composing -the cjuartetts are all most pleasing sing- ers; their voices blend harmoniously and' their, se'iections are n-ew. Are You Going To Skate This Winter? AltE YOU TBfjNKING OF HUYIJVG 'SKATES FORYOUK OWJV USE OR FOR XMAS G1FTH? If so, listen. AVcaiic selling ilhc "Starr Skate" niul hiivc :i lew Automobile SUales lcl'( and tlaMT is nothing better than Starr Skates. As to prices, licre Iliey are: Acme..........53c Acme Boys'Hockey SOc Climax Scotia Mic-Mac Vclox Arcadia Heaver Glacier AiitnmohilR "C" Aiitomohile "A" Cycle Cycle .10....... Cycle 20 Cycle 25 What do you think ol them! They arc all made by the "Starr Ml'jf. (Jo. We also have a supply of Fractice. Defence and Goal Sticks. Also Pucks. Straps. Look 'em over. StaifordrAgnew Go, you live out of town, write BV OfflM Phont .1224. 774. Loani llial'lo love is the way to know 01 God or.nran: it i.s not .love rc- man know ititmr Thai makelh life Of tht'in that luve him his own love licstowcd Shall do it, Hostesses tomorrow W. K. Scalle. Airs. Frank Medley, Fifth Ave- H-, for the first time since her mar.- Mrs. Edgar H. Uill will receive with the hostess. Mrs W. A. Hamilton will nut re- ceive- until the New Year. luster William Cleary. will en- liens outdoors was the brightness and choerlness of the ballroom, where the appointments wore can-hid out in blnck, yellow and whits, the college colors of Havergul, of which Miss Downer is a graduate. Yellow shaded fights diffused a soft glow over tfoa dainty toilettes worn by the fair Card tables were- at ranged in the corners of the hall for thos-s wishing to enjoy a. but music dis- coursed by Gashell's piece or- chestra, stationed on the palm decked stage, combined with an idea) floor, d gult-e too irresistible, so that game was almost entirely neglect- ed foi1 the dance.' The music, which WUB exceptionally good, was the sub- jject of most favorable comment among the many dancers. At the conclusion of tho eleventh dance a recherche menu was served by ten maids, which was a unique fea- ture in connection wiih the serving of the refreshments, allowing, as it did. the-ladles and Ilicir escorts to enjoy supper together. .Mrs. G. K. Fleming and Napier Smith, of Kay- mond, played very enjoyable aft'er- Hupper extras. .Mr. and .Mrs. Downer an ideal host and hostess, looking after Llie com fort of their guests in a perfect manner. Tlie hostess looked particularly well an elaborate Princess gown ol! maise satin veiled in crepe ninon, in- serted with side panel of stripped bro- cade, and adorned with lovely bronze oration in the Gait Hospital, is im-1 trimming and bene Irish lace. Her uruviiitr niculv, [ornaments were a rare old. necklace garnets and a garnei pin. Icrtain about, fourleei friends Kfi'lav. of his little Mr. 'George White, formerly- of this city but; lately of Emerson, Wan., turned to the clt-v vcsterUay.' of Mnple Creek, is a house guest with Miss Gladys Dpwii; 'Mrs. J'. J. Ma'cDonald, fif Mac- Icod, who recently underwent an op- The tnairiage of Marion Lanza Graham, daughter of the late Mr. an tin he fair young debutante, who was ceivtrc of attraction, was an allur- Alra. S. 'J. Slronherd, black sequin over black satin. Miss M.IIII.H whllw ullk vellod with dowdrop chiffon. Jones, pale blue eolienno elaborated with fillet lace. Ailed Judith Hatch, crfenm crepe do wltli pipings of cerise and pearl trimming. Miss Macbeth, ,white nalin. Allan Jessie Macbeth, yellow satin. Cony boar c, blue ci'apo do diune elaborated with crystal bead trimmlug. Allss Button, black velvet with lace and gold fringe.; Miss Cavanah, blnck dewdrbp chif- fon veiling, paddy green satin and black fringe trimming-. Alias OeVeber, grey crcjm do chcnc. Allss Rogers, white marquisette over pate Iriuo satin wltli pink rose- bud trimming. Miss Mason, white crepe du chyne mounted on nuuive silk. Miss Simpson, pink satin with se- and pearl trimming. Miss Freeman, pale1 bine sii-'in 1 in sequin. Aliss Macleod, blnck velvet. .Miss Tripp, bine satin wKh pearl ornament. Allss Fane, pale blue satin. Miss Hasti'i (Maple Creek i. pale blue crepfi do chene, elaborated with silver trimmings. Among the out-of-town guests were: Miss Dunne (.Maple Miss Me- Lachlan Miss Begin (Muple Miss Mnnns Miss Hastle (Maple Napier Smiih Mr. Roach G M Proud Mr. Chambers j Alec Low Mr. Hartshorn (Clarosholiiil.. Mr. and j December Mrs -Mr. Jackson j Jay. old Mr. Urch Mr, May new Cummings and Mr. John- DR PRICES CREAM BAKING POWDER Sixty Years the Standard for purity, strength and healthfalness. Made from pure, grape cream of tartar, free from alum and phosphatic acids. TODAY'S GRAIN MARKETS innipeg, .Vov. Today's grain >rices early were steady anil closed Open Cljse (Caleary.) FAREWELL TO MR. THOMASSON .-10% -Vovaniber December May.............. 42 November............ December............ Winnipeg Cath Prlcti No. 1 Northern Mrs. U. K. Graham, to Mr. William picture, in daintiest of J. Slmughnessy, son of Sir Thomas and Lady ShauglmesHy, will tuho on Thursday, November 18, at the residence of. the bride's uncle Hint, Sir Hugh and Liuly CJrahami Sir Langman and, lis son, Archibald Lawrence, arid Mrs. Longman, nf England; who arc on their annual tour of the west, are in the city, guests of Brae- nar Lodge. Mrs. Archibald Lawrence Langman is a 'sister of Miss Lylc, of Braemar Herald. Mrs. .1. B. Router was the hostess rt progressive euchre'last evening, vlicn she entertained the members .of ivory satin gowns, the confection of I lie modiste's art. It was built on semi-empire lines, with panels of crepe ninon, caught with pearl orna ments, one side of the bodice being I'ornved entirely by an uxtinisite gar niture of pearls. .A lovely crystal and pearl girdle completed -the costume with which was worn a pendant of pearls and topaz. -Her flowers, from., admiring frieuds, wci'a verj lovely, including bouquets of whit roses, white carnations, .rad roses pink carnations and carnations. Miss Hea Dunne (Maple, Creek) was attractively gowned in white crepe cbene over while -silk with srjv pass em (MI trie. Begin (Maple Creek) bad don- toilettc'of pink marcj he Art Needle-work cluh and their etfce vening pink satin, trimmed with mshands Potlcd plants 'bcnuliilcd he drawing-rooms, where a touch of solor wns added by clusters of pink carnations. The game was in play at five ablcs, Mrs. .J. S. Brown and Mr. j. H. Fowlcu winning tlie favors, vliile 'ihs consolationK went, to Mrs. 'William Scot I and Mr. T. S. Fetter- ly. A delectable menu was served at the card tallies at- the'midnight hour. Tlie hostess was very aUractivc.Jn paddy green satin draped with black I Mrs. Renter was assisted by Mrs. T. 8, in becoming cream foliennc with pearl trimming, Mrs. A. Smith, who wore white and black chiffon veiling navy blue silk, ami Mrs. W. P. Roy, who was wear- ing a dainty white, gown. Mrs. Renter, on. behalf of the club, welcomed, the guests in a neat little speech, to which Mr. D. A. Sinvpson fittingly replied. The evening was ;i delightful one, and was thoroughly enjoyed by all present. The Young Women's Sodality of St. Patrick's church will meet at 8 o'clock this evening with Miss O'Con- nor, Acadia block. A decidedly brilliant society func- tion was the danc'a given by Mv. and Mrs. F. W. Downer in the K. of p. hall last evening to launch their daughter, Miss Gladys, iivto the social vorld In delightful contrast to the wintri- Whooping Cough CROUP ASTHMA COUGHS BRONCHITIS CATAHRH COLDS tht .-OUK.J. uitirinc ly to with r Send UB poiul for bmblet. ALL DRUGGISTS Try t pink rosebuds. Miss Irene McLachlan (Calgary) was attractive in a cream embroidered gown, mounted on civsam satin with touches of yellow. A few many elaborately pret- ,ty gowns noticed were: -Mrs. J. M. Aitkin, pink satin with lace trimming. Mrs. j. l-l. Wallace, black marquis- ette -tunic, mounted on paddy greati satin. F. E. .Mason, black satin with French lace overdress. Mt-s. F.. Wnddington, 'shell pink satin, daintily embroidered. Mrs. J. G. Robertson, white satin! Mrs. A. Hayr, pale blue ninon veil- ing silk of tli'e same shade and trim- in silk of deeper blue. Mrs. L. G. DeVcber, black silk with black applique -trimming mounted on white satin. "Mrs. J., W. Mc.Vicol. -white lace draped, over white satin. Mrs] Stanley Kirkbam, white satin with bcrthn of bebe Irish lace. Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare, pale silk with a drapery of si J very white lac'a, .trimmed with irlnge and silver assels and real lace cap, canglrt with i! diamond pin nnd osprey. Mrs. W. J. Armstrong, white silk ninon over white sunn. Mrs. A. Sou i hard, band painted chiffon veiling, pink satin with sliver trimmings. Mrs. H. T. Gonlon, 'black cblffon, elaborated with white beads, veiling apricot satin with fringo and trini- Mrs. A. K. Ives, pink satin with lace tunic. Mrs. C. H. Young, pale blue satin with lace. -Mrs, W. H. Wilson, black ecqtiln inountod on black satin. Mrs. G. K. Fleming, blue satin veil- ed in white rhJFfoh. .Mrs. J. H. Anderson, peach with ovwdress, Mrs. D. II. .Utton, lemon satin ndorn- ed with gold fringe and lace. Mrs, G. Htiicey, pale blue satin with tunic of beaded chiffon and trimmed with sold fringe. Mrs. K. A. Shiirman, pain blue sntln wllh whlto law. Mrs. Siarnes, jjrey satin with peail trimming. Mrs, Pea', ivory satin elaborated with pearl trimming, Mrs. Hlunchard, white salin with silver'adornment. Mrs. Whitlon. grey satin wHh gold trimmings. Mrs. Goode, black lace over pink aHllu. satin general secreiar> in mi- was the recipient of 'two presu lo his dt- lions yesterday, previous Xo. Xorttem North91.n 1 .No. i; parture for Victuria, II. C., with "is family, where he will take charge of j he secrctaryshiii of tlie association JNTO ,c here. After the directors' meeting C. cstei-ilay afternoon, Ciallivallli, Exparl. Ni .resilient nf the assiieiiitioh, iiaiil iijNo. 1 Foe the secretary shin of the association JNO> c. W....... there. After the directors' meeting JNo. C. o. 1 Feed president nf the assiicmuon, l '''oei1 glowing trihut-e to Ihu work .done by >o. 2 Feed Mr. Thomasson. and in the nair.'i ,''ey the vjsociation prescnled him with aj' purse containing six gold Mr. Thomasson replied feelingly, anil said Unit lie would ever remember Lethnr.idgc.and the pleasant associa- tions connected with it. C. K. Haii-J, id arid J. Miginbotham also spoke' warmly oi Mr. Thomasson's ability and services for the Y.M.C.A., while Walhice, for tlie business men Close fljjfc S3. 7114 -10 "4 :ts .18 Vi Rejected Fral Wheat- December city, also contributed in praise the retiring .secretary's worth. In the evening at Hie Y. M. C. A. again Mr. Thoiuasson was waited up- by a large delegation of the mem- bers, who presented him with a hand- some'travelling hag, completely equip ped, which contained also an envelope in which was enclosed fifty dollars in brand new bills. Mr. Thomasson was completely laken by surprise and thanked the donors for their liind- !SS. Mr. Irving, Ihe new general secre- tary, although in the city, will as- sume his duties fbe moment he is re- leased from-his duties with tlie Mas- sey-l-iarris Company. WEATHER Fine and very cofil weather has con- tinued all over MIC prairie, provinces, tin I jjiore moilcrute conditions are now indicated. Edmonton, clear Calgary, fair Letiibridge, clear Hat Kcgimi Mnosc -law, clear I iVinnipcg. clear H Port, Arthur, clear..... 2S FORECAST All West-Fine lo- lay and on Thursday and turning nildrr. S (i a -1 fi I H M 0 Laxiness grows fast and sticks tight. H Is bad habits than t is lo unle'arn-tliem. LECTURES Y.M.C.A. Every Night Prof. Alexander in Ufo. Clmrac- ter by 'I'eiuiisraineiii. Fret Collection Taknn I'riyntR 'laity from 10 a.m. Moloi Aiux-.in- Hooni I. men nt Starland Thentre. Don't miss his great lecture on Love, Courtship, Miirnige Jealouty Minneapolis Open 104% 110 Close 10-IVi, JOS% 1011% Chicago December .May lulj 100% ITALIANS ORDERED OUT OF TiKEY New York, Nov. Constuntrin-' .ople despatch' says: The Turkish government 1ms ordered the expulsion of every Italian in Turkey on H hours' notice. This will mean the loss of millions to Italian merohalit- shippers and olhers, who "have resid- ed in Turkey for years. After the ei- piration of 24 hours, Italians still lemaining in I he country will be treated as prisoners of war. -Mrs. John O'Dpnoghue, formerly of: London, but a resident of Winnipeg tor years, is dond, aged 77, MEN VOTING YEA Kernie, Nov. 15. Returns un- officially reported from eight locitls, including L-athbridge jiiicl Coleman. show a majority of 4H out at total 904 votes cast in fnvor of the new merit. Kernie voting' today. Hudson's Bay Co. HOUSE FURNISHINGS Beautiful Fabrics for Portieres and Draperies Jfateriuls for interior decoration are this sea-; son produced in. greater. variety than ever, the colorings also some entirely MONK'S CLOTH in soli shades of griseii, brown, -crimson, etc., a useful material, at nor C4 CQ VELOUR is still populiir and we some very nretty rich, deep pile, and lustrous finish; an ideal material for. iiortiere cnrtains, per yard W i MOIRE REPP In -n. lovely champagne shade, trimmed i border of Krench design, makes a tasteful parlor drapery at A HEAVY SILK REPP of rich hrown for ovei'rCurtains, mftkeB artistic combination at per C1 yard I an Nets for Window Cur- tains are Most Popular The eftacts. beilig They hans gracefully, do not exclude the-ligjit, and are easily od. Oiir-Wuge of these extends from car yard W Inlaid Linoleum All novel- liny faulty suoils. Pattern through to-lite Fully matured renily for immediate use. i'er siiuarc yard Printed Linoleum Direct from (he Scotch Mills, beautiful designs, heavily printed, and tlioroushly I'er sniiare K 65C FloorCloth Kxlra heavy iiuality; patterns are thickly.'printed, good suitable for bedrooms, kitchens, I'er square yard........................ will at any time be uleaseu to mcaiure and submil'.'oall- mates for any dimensions, Including froe of.cost. J) ;