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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbndge Herald. Saturday, 31, ED1TKD UNO" RHONE evervthinff-to air' is and represents all- tire- styles. Inspiactioii-invited. v- L1J. 2. Hill Social and Personal Miss B. K. Harrison of Macleod. is the guest of Mrs. A. .A. Lytle for, a 'AJrs. J. F. Rodgers has as her guest for --October her- sister, Miss Kyle cf .Brandon, Manitoba, Mrs. Seatle a. iea 'hour host- ess Monday1 afternoon complimentary to Miss Anderson. Mrs. tHeeve will receiy.e on, Monday aftern6on; Oct. -.3, arid afterwards on each Monday of .the month. -.Mrs.'- William Ingram returned .this' morning from Seaside, Oregon, where she has spent, the past six weeks. f Air. and Mrs. 'R.; J. of Vancouver, who returning from a trip to the east, are spending a few days in the city the" guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.- McKenzie, G-lyn street. Miss Jessie. Anderson was the guest of honor, ac" a pretty miscellaneous shower and tea .given- -by Mrs. wmte In 'the tea room Mrs, another of the sweet brides of 'the summer, presided at the tea She looked well in a lilac gown of -silk poplin -and black plumed hat> Mrs. ,O. J. Courtice, who assisted 5n the tea room, wore a onarming cos- tume of Deif 'blue 'voile and becoming black" picture hat. The attractively -appointed tea table- v.-as centred with a ahower of pink and white carnations and Little Miag Ter- MEfflODIST WOMEN WSTRIBUTi, MONEY sec! ".Phillips, Toronto. The appropriations for next treasurer, Miss- JJeuand yesterday afternoon. -Tie guests, numbering twenty, each brought a dainty, gift for- the. bride- elect- and these were grouped in an -j artistically 'decorated and sented, to her before the. guests made their departure. _ White roses- were used effectively in tue dra-wing room an-d also in" the .tea room, where Mrs. uonybeare cut the ices at the attract- year Ottawa, Sept: M-t today's ses- sion. otr the conference "'0? the General Board of the Women's' 'Missionary ;Sp-- ciety of Canada the icfl lowing officers7 ejected for the ensuing year iRoss, of ..Ham- ilton; yice-p A'. Car- man, of "Toronto; foreign corrcspond- IIM; secretary; Mrs. E. S. cif 'Ha-Biiltoni; 'home corresponding sec- rfctary, Mrs. G-eorge Kerr, Toronto; secretary-- of statistics zzA special ob- tjtcts, Mrs. N. A: Powdi.1, of .Toron- will be as follows.: Work in Japan in China, Chi- nese and Japanese work" in British Columbia, French -work in Quebec, Indian work, Austrian work in the Northwest, SJ5- -'-H1 People's Mission, Winnipeg, Italian Mission, Toronto, 400; sundrv .branches' "Total ence was concluded-War. stops eoMihs.vcorafe-coldhj. heels the throat and IUK.S.S 25 ccntsi ledge of solid copper has 'been uncovered in the Nev; Censorship of moving, pictures is proposed 'in -Kansas City under an or- The'pope" has- let it bV known that he ,is .opposed to hobble skirts and extreme bathing suit styles. From March to September 1, 588 cars. o[ .United, States., settlers' ef- fects came into western "Canada. ive and. Mrs; J. Wilson pour- ed. T.he .taible was centred with a tall cut glass Vase filled with the ex- quisite rose's and rested on a bed of asperagus 1'ern. Miss Macbeth and Miss Audrey Neale -were tie tea-room assistants. Mrs.' T. S. -FetterJy reCeivedTfbr the first time -since Tier day afternoon -afc her pretty, home on iiruee street, and .during- the receiv- ing hours a score or, more 'Visitors filled'sher .-dra-wing room. terlv had donned for .the occasiomier; "gawn -of-'ivory nli "received the guests at the door and looked fetching in a dainty wlrite frock and pink ribbons. a Uver one hundred society folk were last evening the .guests at one of the smartest dances held in the city. The hostesses were Mesdames Anderson. uo'nnan and Rome and the hosis. Messrs. Kome, Anderson, Barnslcy, Duff, Fisher and Donnan: The honor guests of the evening were Miss Jes- sie Anderson and Mr. G. T. Fleming, whose marriage will be celebrated Wednesday, October 5th. The Cale- donian Hall presented a gay ap-pear- ance, decked effectively with crimson and green. Pretty red shades soften- ed the glow of electric lights and an arch twined with cherry -boughs load- ed with blossoms ma-de one think they had -been conveyed, to one of the fa-' mous bowers in far away China. A huge bowl filled with crimson carna- tions brightened resr-roorn. and orchestra played a long arid spirited programme of dances -behind a. screen of. palms and ferns. At half tmie delicious ..dainties -were served. The guest of the evening, Hiss Ander- looked exceedingly lovely in a gown of --pastelle green satin with touches of gold and carried a s of Kiliarney roses. The hostesses carried armsf ul of scarlet carnations. Mrs. Anderson -wore an elaborate gown of pale pink silk veiled mode, chiffon; Mrs. Donnan -wore carriiii a' bouquet of pink and white rooms beautified by 'ciirnattons, 'sweet peas and smilax ettectlvely grouped in a (bank and canopy in the corner -where the cere- mony; was performed. The wedding march was played Miss Elma ,.following the signing of the regis- luncheon was served to the guests. Mr. and' Mrs. Wilson left at 3 home at Little Plume, -Wliaon travelling in a smart blue tailored., gult and la-rge white hat. -Numerous and costly gifts were re- ceived. ?At the residence of H. A. Sinnott, Oilgary, Wednesday, Kev. A. S. celebrated the marriage of J, Harper JJrowse, barrister of Taber. aiiti Miss Elizaibeth -daugh- ter of William Colquhoun, of Halifax. The rooms were prettily decorated and ferns and a profusion of roses. The bride wore- an elaborate em- oroidered robe of ivory mousseline de sole with becoming picture hat; and carried a 'shower of -bride's roses. Mr. and Prowse left on the evening .train for the south, the oride's going-away costume feeing a tailored suit of navy blue serge and .corresponding hat. TWILIGHT CHAT Helen MacMurchy, Toronto, is the name.of the first -woman ap- pointed to -the permanent inter- national -committee of the. congress .of hygiene at Paris. It was in the face of stern opposition .that the name of Toronto's prominent "Woman doctor was enrolled. European medical men are very and several would net .hear of a woman 'being ap- pointed to the committee. Sir -Lau- der Brunton, of 'London, urged the ap- pointment of Dr. MacMurchy. "One of the foremost women in the ranks of school. he termed her, and after a long debate, the Toronto lady was admitted. As one of the Canadian delegates tol-d the" writer: r. MacMurchy has done such splen- did -work in hygiene that a place on this important committee, -was the CO WA N'S PERFECTION COCOA (MAPLE LJCAF 1A0U.} Give tiie children Cowan's Per- fection Cocoa and drinfe it yourself. It is the best beverage for young and old. ]S3 THE COWAN CO., UMITEB. i TOKONTO. becoming n-ale 'blue satin, built on j least recognition tlie congress could princess -lines-, l-and Mrs. Rome also wore a of palest blue satin. The -toilettes -worn by the fair guests were exceedingly lovely and mingled .with, the more sober attire tile sterner sesi presented an allur- quisite with se.ed Airs., T. IP earl trimmings. .-wearing" avpfeTty braided gown .of -mauve cloth and be- coming .velvet touque in ccrrespond- in tine drawing room, -which was grant- with the perfumer' of' pfn-k-'-anS ig scene. CLUBS The Parish St. -planning -to hold ;their bazaar in tie October II. will.be receive donations -for the; sales 'tables, "be' sent- Mrs. Donations may Siinpsou, S20 .uqurtiand street, .until October 8th. Donations of home, cooking may be sent hall October 11, between ten and two.' show her. ;She is the author of a- blue boos, "Infantile -which, is attracting much attention in London: not only because.of its wealth of ma- terial 'but'because of its high literary style, which' 'different to the usual dry matter of blue -books." y.VV.C.T.U. will hold this sea- Imeeting at the Tuesday evening. The session ;'lhe'focm ,of a social and toe-.girls ''residing at the "home, the old members and all the young .peo- ple of the city who 'are interested in the work, are invited to- attend and talk over the work for the coming year. ..A promenade reception was tender- ed to the young ladies of 'Westminster church and the new members of the Young Men's Cliib by last year's club members in Westminster church last evening. ,A splendid orchestra provided the music for the promenade which was taken part in by about el-ghty people. During the evening light refreshments were served and a CLARESHOLM (Claresbolm The fire brigade held a well attend- ed, meeting Monday night and decided to reorganize and put ,the, fire fighting forces on a strong .footing on condi- tion that the town would grant cer- tain privileges such as exclusive right-of the hall on nights, ample protection for the hose and other details oc management. They also "ask that any criticism in future.be sent through, the chairman of the fire- committee and that the We are making a specialty of our Cafe Department during the fall and winter We Excel in Quality i Rochon AT THE MAJESTIC THE BREAD MAN is the most popular rjif" home. Our bread "wins in, --a :fj because it is pure and with, a substantial "body" to it- tfcafc; satisfies aH. EVERY BREADWINNER .will find it to nis-.advan'tage to .'pat-1 our Bakery, for 'he gets here the best qualities at the" faireit' "'prices. City Ford St Phone 11J81 Mondaj-, Octooer 3r.df, one- of -the greatest events, as far as theatricals are'concerned, will take place'at the Majestic theatre When "The House of a Thousand be offered one ot the -best theatrical aggrega- tion that ever toured .Canada or ever pleased the most skeptical'audience. "The House of a Thousand Candles" is a- dramatization from the novel.of the same name, and the writer was manifestly in a .peculiar mood when he penned this weird comedy-drama, a -play interspersed with, a pretty love story and -good wholesome comedy. It may -be safely said that for rich- ness and for deftness of construction of a complicated plot "The House.of a Thousand Candles'1 has no superior among the latest successful plays of brigade be'protected from the "butt- many seasons. Ttoe plav will be'stis councillors and -produced exactly the same as ment had to leave a theatre -that was too small to accommodate large audience, and present it at" Daly's large theatre. N0 -will fol- low of this -great ulay Tuesday, October 4th, the tag ic production "Polly of the first time in Canada, -trill "have a pre- -pleasant musical and gramme given. literary pro- Epworth League of Wesley church will hold its regular meeting Monday evening in the 'basement of the church in place of the lecture as heretofore. The subject for the evening will be a "Sketch of the life of John Bimyan." Several papers "on j this subject, will be given by-members (of the league. A solo will -be render- ed .by Mr. and a recitation -by Miss Gidding. Everybody welcome and cordially invited to attend. Mr. Delf will preside. t-own- officials. At a concert- in -the Rocky Coulee church recently give.n by the Ladies' Aid of'the "Presbyterian church there was a splendid program of elocution ami song given by local takent. Rev. Mr. Cordner presided. 'The long looked for telephone line east from G-ranum to connect with the line built' west from Monarch will be under way in a week or just as soon as the work now in pro- gress on the rural line from Clares- holm is completed. The Review has official assurance that the material is here and everything in readiness to push the work as soon as the men reach it. The line will meet the branch from Monarch at Rocky Cou- lee. There isn't the slightest doubt but that the work will be done this year unless some special visitation of providence prevents it. That's all that will'stop it. Premier Sifton. has issued orders that the promise to the people of Granum must be kept and it will be. sentation at GEO. -.for cKoice fresh: (Jut" Flowers, Eoses, C.ar nations, lily) of tlie And all other Flowers in sea- son, Funeral Designs, ding Bouquets and Plants ol: all kinds for sale and 'to rent. Free delivery to all parts- of the city. Corner Bartletf and, London Road; Phone 675. P." 0. Box 1353. cus" will be an; the scenery and effects '.to Majestic one "that has ever read e it one great ibig .theatre, norses, tents, etc. any theatrical articles in the newspapers -read accounts of this' wonderful r. A play full of heart interest, combined with good, wholesome com- edy and excellent climaxes. the little circus rider, is injured in''a yinage and is -with -a- cir- cus is snubbed by .all-the village folk" but--the- hum'ble minister- who pro- tects and nurses finally winning her for his wife.. Sffla'tor Albert B. Cummins, 'V of" Iowa, gave notice of-his to introduce .into congress a nationwide primary "bill. The. pleasant purgative effect ('es- perienced by all who-use'Chamber- lain's. Stomach and Liver and the healthy" condition and mind, which they create; ..-o I, "jiUiiiu. Ul'OttLW; iUHttSS Pohy of the Cir- feel joyful. Sold by all druggists-.. Miss -Jane, Haskell, K-r of Oklahoma's governor, is suuiy- irig in Cincinnati to" become an ac- tress. Cupid's Court New Christmas Supplies On exhibit at our studio. Let show them .fo you. Now is the time to make arrangements for your CHRISTMAS PHOTOS Enlarging a Specialty Studio 906 Redpath Street Beside Baptist Church At Wesley church parsonage this morning at ten o'clock T. P. i Ferry united in marriage Harry C. Davis and Mary Botzman of Diamond A pretty norae wedding was solem- nized at p.m. Wednesday at the re- jsidence, 421 Toronto street, Medicine j Hat. Miss Gladys Sprague, jdaujrhrer of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Sprague and granddaughter of the late Kev. S. W. Sprague of Hampton, New Brunswick, was married to Seth Kent Wilson of Little Plume, Alta., form- erly of Bolton, Onf. Rev. Mr. McDonald, of Century .Me- jtiiouist ciiurcli, performed tbe cere- jmony'in tbe presence of a few im- j mediate fnencis. The ceremony was very simple, the couple ibeing unattended. The 'bride wore a Handsome gown of pearl gr.ey silk with cream embroidered Saxony "net trimmings and gold braiding and A WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE With Xewbro's Herpicide While there are no thrills in the nar- ration of Mrs. P. T. Nichols, 623 Broad St., 'Beloit, Wis.. her story is never- theless one of amazing interest. "Stricken with neuralgia and erysipe- las, I lost all my hair. My doctor re- commended Newbro's Herpicide. I used six or eight bottles and now have a fine head of slightly curly light brown hair. Not. a grav hair in my head. This is the more remarkable as am middle-aged." While the results which follow the! use of Xewbro's Herpicide are always more or less astonishing, they are al- ways natural. Herpicide destroys dandruff germ, stimulates the flow oT blood to the hair follicles and keeps ths "srfsclJv hsslfhv. Tt. matoc. possible a natural and luxuriant growth of hair, except in cases of chronic baldness. While remedies said to be "every bit as good" as Xewbro's Herpicide are frequently offered, one should insist upon having the original germ destroy- er, Herpicide. That is genuine. It stops itching of the scalp almost in- stantly. For sale at all drug stores. One dol- lar size bottles are guaranteed. Appli cations may -be obtained at. good bar ber shops. 'Send loc in postage for sample to The Herpicide Co., Dept. K. Detroit, Mich. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Special Agents. We have a complete assort- ment of Face Veilings Auto Scarfs Mm BpeifiviiBiftfl ceil' inspect OOP display cf L, A. Scott, Manager ilarettes of which fffi have sn extensive lias yp J' 514, Duffe.rm Street ;