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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 'lite Leliibvidg't; Hue Ribbon Tea Proves It staiHls every test. It Is easy for us to :say it is goodtmt you risk nothing buy- ing Bine .Kibboii because If you are not en- tirely saitisified'.with it yoiu- money will be promptly refunded by your grocer. EDITED BY "UNO" PHONE tOS SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Visiting Days The hostesses tomorrow will be: Mrs. 0. Courtice, Kedpath Street. Mrs. J. Armstrong, Redyath St. a Mrs. J. E. Murreil-Vvright, 212-Bur- -flea Street. r HI "Mrs. -W. D, Scott, 15- win receive for the 1'irsi time since ner marriage Friday between the nours oi" four and seven. V Mrs: Kobert Ormond are the guests of Mrs. T. Borapas street. Kev.'W.'W. Bryden soiemnizsd the marriage of Thomas Ore Chapman of Abridge and Annie Mains, former- !iv of Cambuslang, Scotland, yester- xi i-cw DaytoEi; W. M. Humphrey, War- neu; Hunter, New Dayton; J J iwtsoll, Out.; A. Jones, fred: Miss Brandwold. Mrs. Bunis, N 1 R. M. H. Tenney, Warncu; L. T. Courtice. Cal- V. -.Crecdcu, Calsarp; W. A. Macleod; H. I-lowland and l H I Calvary: 0. T. Johnson, For- Lake; Iwpm, Calgary; Ly- ivliilcr, inian'Rolie. Bow, Island. day afternoon North Ward. at his home in- the This evening at the', home of Mr. and Mrs. A. McCulloch, Rev. T. P. Perry will celebrate the marriage- of tneir daughter Isabel and Mr. Thomas Kussell Davidson before a number of mends. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Nan ton an- nounce the engagement of their eld- est daughter. Mary Georgina, to Mr. jyd wards St. George Kirke, Royal En- gineers, Punjab, India, son of Colonel St. G. -M. and Mrs. Kirke, ol Edin- burgh, Scotland. Another pleasant festivity for Miss Anderson.'1 was the -pretty handker- chief shower" given ;by Mrs. Seatle- yesterday afternoon to which a score of guests were 'bidden. At the tea nour Mrs.. Mewburn presided at the tea equipage and Mrs. Conybeare cut tne' ices. The attractive table was adorned with pink .carnations and terns. After tea was served Miss Audrey Neale showered Miss Ander- son with tiie exquisite bits of fine'lin-' en and lace, the- gifts of the guests. Mrs. Naismith the gracious with enthusiasm, two solos: M.-s. .Nelson" ana Miss gave a number of spiritc-1 instrunieiusil lections, Air. Layton the guests with a violin obligate, and ths. smging-of d.. quartette composed of T. y. McKenzie, Delbert, E. J. ana Aiiss wits immensely ehjoye'd. 'A witty minuie address of.welcome was given by the pastor, A.- M: Gordon; and Rev. William snearer talk ou his new work in the dist.ri.-n. At. Use close -of light ments were served. i 'Last night several meetings were held 'by- the'different classes and so- cieties of Westminster church. The Adult, Bible class-met in their class room and undertook .a .plan for the heating .of. the This class have just received their charted from .the- international asso- ciation.- v The --officers are: Teacher, S. Sanders'on-; president, A. E. Jar- vis; Simm; treas- urer., William English. NO INDIGESTION OK STOMACH DISORDER No Gas, Heartburn "Sour- ness or Dyspepsia live Minutes Later Why not get some HOW ibis, mo- and forever rid yourself ot Stomach trouble and Indigestion? A I dieted stomach the blues and grumbles. Give it a go'od eat, tber j take -Pape's Diapepsin ro start the dl- gestive juices working. There will boi no dyspepsia or belching of Gas, or of undigested food; nc.' feeling like a -of lead in .the stomach heartb.urn, sick., headache and your food win noi ferment and poison, your breath .with nauseous odors. Pane's Diapepsin costs only 50 cents !'or a. large case at any drug store j here, and will relieve the most ob- i stljiate case of.. Indigestion and Upset! S'tomach in five minutes. There is nothing else to take Gas from- -Stomach .and cleanse the j stomach and .intestines, and. besides j one single dose will digest and prepare for -assimilation -into the "Wood all your food the same as a sound, healthy do it. When" Diapepsin -works, your stoin-. rests gets itself in order, cleans j up and then you feel like eating. -when j yo.u come to the table, and what, you eat will, do you good. Young Bible class met! -Absolute relief, from all Stomach in "the parsonage, and' held wailing for you as soon as monthlv business .meeting. It was de- decided 'to take Diapepsin to act a's thVliostesses of the I" w ayt v v Herald, Co. in entertainin all the newsboys to a concert and ftinner on. Thursday, Nov. 10. that Diapepsin, because you want tc become thorcugWv eured tMs lime> if your stomach feels Theo.ut-of order and uncomfortable now class nas .selected a name which is, iyOU can get -relief in five minutes. "The Optimists." The officers 'readier. A. U-ytle; pres-ident, Miss' Kiliam; "secretary, Miss hostess at an original and large _ card .party last "'evening as a courtesy to 3Iiss 'An-der- -son. Miss Jeffry who leaves Friday "to return tb her-home in Victoria; and _., Mrs. .Ritchie's, guest, 3'Iiss Wadffi'ore. :of .boys "at following officers Mabel.- Gillis; treasurer, Miss Leah Tiie" Young Men's" held 'a meeting their ?cla'ss' room. A number of hew'-plans -were discussed in connection, work of .the class.. -The, oilers recently, elected are, Hon. ..presi- dent, Rev: A-. president. Fred vice-presldenX Duncan 51c: secretary, 1VL .Dunsworth; treas- urer, Fercy. Harding.. v ..The -girls -Sold- iers" class held-.their regular meet- the "home'of-.their teacher.- The otticers axe, Mrs. sident; Miss Susie ;'Simm; secretary.. Aliss v J essie -Sim'ni; .treasurer, Miss kuby-Simm., .Meetings.; recently held, of'the Sweet" class of "girls ;and class ence Crittenden Society the Unit- ed States and seven in foreign lands'J 31 rs. 'Barrett is touring j with a view to establishing} a ibme 'if there is 'such a need, inj either Calgary" or Edmonton. f The' work her society- has done is probably known to all readers. A re- presentative of "the society, in New York "City attends the night court, and if .there are girls -tr ere who canj be helped instead of punished the, judge usually is glad to put them in the care of .the society. Mrs. Bar- rett told me a pare of the interesting C. R. C-afmaagay; O: "E. Ford, W. H. Heelit. man'Rolie. Bow, Island. Smith, B. K j ton; R-! C. Black. Winnipeg; Howard OF i John.JDaly, G-ranunn; J. BEAUTIFUL CalgaryJ I -Yrtliur Morrison. "Brantiord; Stanley Nothing equals an aureole of beauti-1 Jones, Canary; John Purple Military euchre was played at ten" talbles and at close- of the even- ing the'honor re -.given Mrs. E. H. Agnew Ritchie, who each held a '-complete; set of-the cunning little. signal flags to the wier'd ones upon which appeared skulls and-cross bones. The rooms were fragrant with of the last" of the gar-den At :me of the-' evening an' irig-menu. was served at 'the'-card tatiJes. CLUBS "AND SOCIETIES Tne Parish Auxiliary of St. Cyp- rian's church will meet Thursday 'with Mrs. JJevins at her apartments in the H. -ohns> Souihamp VjaiuSlUJl. u- II- .jwntio, fal charm by using .Newbros Smit] Madcod. cide. Herpicide manes hair beautiful., T 1{ The dandruff germ saps-the CO-U.DALP J. Oluc. the hair. Herpicid, Mils this a-nd prevents the hair from falling out. Frank" Spath Pincher Creek; giving it snap and lustre, a sou. 'c F GrilUi Reli. t'luffiness which.can in no, g D T R; -purple oilier way. Springs; N.' F. Kent, >Taerath; R. K. Your Smggist will sell you t goven pcrsons; Charles Set- dollar size bottle under an absolute j Davion; D. burr, Milk Riv- guarantee. L. Bassarmaney, Milk Ai- Send lOc in postage for sample and Leamington1; A. W. Bell, booklet to The Herpicide Co., Dept. R.. Carmangayi; Allan CrancI, E. R. Detroit, Mich. Reiner. -John Berlin, Ont.; C. be obtained a-t the Lyons, Calgary; J. R. Agor, best barber shops and hiur dressing pai-Iors. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. special agents. were Sweet" class Miss" E. Gray; president, iviatson.' Teacher, -Austin: president, Lieo'n secretary'. Leslie During the'niqhth the Ladies' Aid of Gait Hospital purchased doze'E'-'fowels, b'2 1-2 yards of- wiiite cotton, 121 yar.ds of flannelette, one dozen and "nine counterpanes, six story of Miss an. English girl who went to Xcw York City and' tried "to get work, to do. After meeting vmsaccess for six months she loniie-l. boys' .clothins-. and .held various as mess- eager, porter, waiter and fintilly a "-bell -boy.. day something -_ was stolen' i'rpm the iiotel in which. she was employed and all. the employees were searched and she was taken to tne" night court under" su'-spicion .'on, and Winter Novelties Quality and styles are the first 'consideration in buying -your year-; our show- ing excels anything previously Long" "haired furs such as lynx, fox and Alaska sable. are .very although mink and Persian lamb are in great Early buying of furs-is. always- desirable.; as the "choice is then Pr-c-es range from -All The New Corset Are Now Here t The Corset Department" is complete with a splendid showing1 of the new styles for Fall. good kind will be found here. TheV Model P, C. Corsets are reproduc-5' tlons of the world's best Every woman requires a. perfect tjng is not only respon- sible for her figure, but is absolute-, ly necessary as a foundation the new style costumes, suits and dresses. These are models: The Startling, a pair ...75c Tfce Star, a, pair..... No. 42 Chantecfer No. 43 Chanteckr No. 1SO Di'recton-e No. 40 Directoire We Specialize On Suits at While our showing of styles in; Coats and tain many .models we haveimade a of the popular priced It is our aim to give er the best possible value' that money. -You -will agree -with us as soon as you Rosedale models that .they.' without a doubi: .tlse., garments ials: ;are pearl" 'diagonal "f, heather broadcloths, etc. new ...mustard, 'tan; rfiiig's burgundy, 'green.; 'WHEN YOU THINK OF El Ufff IP J HILL Alberta's: removed.- -When the winter .came -on" -they would need more' eht. Mr. Pennefatlier showed from his records that on December 31st last account of her mastrjevading as a four months ,-successtully.-At tnere were running.out tne court a Florence Crittenden mis- sionary- questioned her and heard her story, so she -gained, the consent of the judge to take the girl to one .of the society's homes and provide "her -with, woman's clothing. When they, returned 'the girl was found to be innocent, of any wrong .doing, hut was of They were now thirty-' tnree.- There we're only" ,two" spare men. They- had ten or twelve more last winter, and when -the --Trin- :ter 'came on 'again they would heed these thirty- tnree twenty-seven-- them were put into the care, of tlie society." The jireight -men. 'None of these.-vrorfeed president, Mrs. Barrett, had her on the C; E: and none of "them-only i-fturelu 'six -night six I en to the home of the society in Wash-1 west of Macleod. They often exchang night.dresses 14'3-4 yards' ington and'.found that the girl had men with Macleod and Frank on valuation of undeveloped literary ability-that witft where victoria -Mansions at three o'clock.. Tnursclay afternoon a union meet- ing of the Baptist Mission_ Bands cl the city will -be held at "the" First tsaptist unurch at 4.15..'. Saturday next the members of "St. Augustin's Sunday School will en- tertained with an automobile ride ano atterwards supper be served at tne Jfarish home. Tnursuay afternoon tne W. M. S.; of Westminster Church, will meet with Mrs. Lytie at the parsonage, at three The mite boxes will -be op- ticking: Also the furnishings for a private study an-d proper 'be 'so consisting of 1 chiffonier. 1 som-aevelope'd to riiake ''Her financially in- "maintained at various times among the Crow's Nest -coal- l patter basket, l la'ble, 1 bed, l! dependent. Two-; of .'the foremost ed- j fifty engjne crew.s mattress" 2 pillows, 1 toilet set, 1 ofT.the: capital city 'became in-j running, on. the .Crow's pair curtains. comforter. 1 rug. 1. rocKer, to the value of ?103.50. DtV de iVan'si A reliable French regtilator; never fails: "These i. pills are exceedingly powerful in regulating1 the generative portion of thefemale system: _, .Refuse all cheap imitations. f5 a box. or three for Mailed to any Scobtll Drug Co., St. Oat. 't, -Alex.1 'Horton, dwelling, Tenth-' St. j. W. Heatoh, North... '1150.00. A. Matthews, Seventh' Ave. THROUGH THE EDITOR'S EYES Kate Waller Barrett "was an interesting and noted visitor in, the city Icfist Friuay. Mrs. Barrett was on her way to Calgary and E-dmontoii in the interests of the Florence Crit- tenden Mission Society for the care of homeless girls of which she is the {president. "She is also National Pre- j sicteiit_ of tiie "Woman's Council of the j United States. Fifty-eight homes "nave besn established by the Flor- enea. MA [red, H. Dcgencr, W. R. Winsloxv, Lacombei; J. Seigle, JViichcl; Arthur Nicld, Belfast, Ire- -land; Walter Scott, Regina, Sask.; G-uy March. Tecumseth Cleveland Dvc, Milk Rivcir Fred Board. Milk 'J'i i Rivpiv -Gordon, Medicine Hat; cnur tr I H .sLd Samuel Griffiths K. Cleveland Tiie Ladies" Altar Society of St fatnck's Church are making prepar- ations to hold a tea and apron sale some day during the last week of this mcntn. e Ladies' Aid of St. Andrew's i'Wednesdav) Try This Cough Qemedy Costs Little. But Does the Work Quickly, or Money Refunded. The. Sig New York Success Wsbel Taiiferic's Masterpiece i he Greatest Play of the -Age Pathos: Heart Interest; Good Comedy OH 1 iCuC uUui EUU; Performance 8.45 j C. P. Crysdalc, Carmangay; R. D- Williams, Monarch; W. A. Grant, j Joseph H. Le'lowmoahV High' River; i J. .1. Mullanry, Calvary; S. Carlson, Oscar son, Stettler; D. !ji Creek. G. Peers, T3ar- jinnst; A. Waddcll, Bow Island; Mrs. Wrrncr, Lucky Strike; L. Raw- Warner; R. P. Coiner, Carman- gay; D. L. Delancy, Stratford, Si TX; j C. Rocsiickc1, J.-D. Kuykentlall, I Valley; Mrs. AYilliam E.. Xilt-s, Coutts; S.-R. Johnson. Barnwcli; Efi. Diamond Blake, Chin; C. Nicholls, P.- Knapc and chil- drcn. Calgary; Mrs. W.- -H. Collar t. Bow Tslanii; Carl Nelson, Stirling; Barons; Vvalsli, HnwviiUl: E. R. Hill; Brooklyn, K. Sil- vet toni; CUtfoslibini: E. Gurnscy, But to; Kduii'' Dunn. A R LING If. Auyers, Miik Rivcv: VI. -J. Aitr-rmatt. Bowville: Cr. Rojljrcrs. Chin; Nelson Purvis, L. K. Brooks. vVni. La Francis, Calgary; Thro.' G. Sv.-ilxer, Londqs, Ont. _ j'f cuIcW.v .-tips coBjjhs. cares colds, heel.-. (hroot and Junjis 25 cents. Mis CUPS1 Of g ranulrited sugar attemoor at the homo of Mrs. Hart- with one cup of .warm water., and stir ,r. for 2 minutes. Put ounces of Pm- ley( 140 Torrauce avenue. es: (fifty cents' worth) in a 16 oz. bot- i tie; then add the Sugar Syrup. T T. i This evening tae TMU a teasooonfui every one, two or three meet at -the Y home for the first time The -Pvening tereste.d in Miss Langdon and offered-er. received no advices to give her private lessons each day transferring auy: men Bother gratis. She is now-progressing won- derfully" -and is studying five hours' each' day and written .Her experiences in'-New York for a than" the passenger, to go to The change of -'passe'nlger crews would affect fiver engineers and' New York paper for which she re- six firemen..- 'Sight of these were ceivcd Before her notoriety the- girl. had no friends and struggled on along trying to make an honest and respectable living, but since her story appeared in the paper she has had many offers from vaudeville com- panies and twelve offers'of "marriage irorn ail over tiie land. This is just one of the instances; where the ob- Kam A 1 .and 'three single." The Spo- kane flyer" engines were maintained Medicine Hat until about a year ago and.were only then moved here. The removal of the passenger en- gines will affect five-or six men, not more, in the shops. Only spare-list engineers had been removed here since January, -most of them being ject and. tne of ".the society's j single men. the cold weather eitorts are illustrated.- Girls are saved comes they will have to -bring some each day and found "useful and con- genial employment. I sincerely 'hope a branch' hi- the established for girls 'come over Northwest will be is a "great field; by the thousands year from the Mother Country and -are without friends or funds. Just from other points owing -to the increased difficulty of railroading in winter. He showed the original sneets proving that the allowances made him for shop wages and car re- pairers' wages here was SloOO more tnis September than for. September a last week a case that could be ago. GEO. TAYLOR'S itir coice-'f res El o all other Flowers in" Funeral Designs, -Wed- ding Bouquets and Plants- of V- all kinds for sale and to rent. Free delivery to all parts of.J'-" the city. >v GEO. TA1TLOB FLOBIST Corner Bartlett and London" Road; Phone 675. P. O. ,Bos. 1353. led 'by the society happened in Ed- -A -girl came over to meet Her prospective husband in "that city and upon her arrival found he was Felt Satisfied Most of those present" expressed tuemseives satisfi-ed that they had been under misapprehensions, al- hours. Ton will find that this simple rem-1 strange eland without friends. inot there and she destitute in although one or two declared that they is Quite (Continued from front nis autumr.. will 'be sociallv and the work for the edy takes hold of a cough more quick- T -ni nl-nned tbaa anything else you ever used, winter i "Usually.ends a deep-seated cough in- side of hours. Splendid, too, for A musicale will bo given m con- cough, chest pains, bron-j net-lion with tiie bazaar the Parish other" throat troubles. It j Auxiliary of St. Cyprian's will hold i stimulates the appetite and is slight- next in the Caledonian hall, i ly laxative, which helps end. a cough. will -be held in the afrer-! This recipe makes more and better! Submitting Figures f noon anV evening. There will be Seps Je? in OTCier lhe SUb" admission to the nail cither in the StnltastesVieasant. P" P mitted by the committee Supt. Price atternoon or evening. j pines is the most valuable concen- 3eut Ior ,Uinters and tratefi compound of Norway white i locomotive Foreman Pennefatlier. school rooms of Knox ch'urcii pine, extract, asd is rich in guiaicol j 'riic from his -books said that were filled last evening with the and all the natural pine elements vn-mo a'ifi old of the congregation, i are so healing to the mem- teen cabooses running from here. Two Peasant evening was I Preparations will not TMg plan of Pinex and and a pleasant evening was with the members of the G IP let. wiio planned the entertainment. An t.oc- citin everyone fell i.Canada, that it. is often imitated. But ing- cough syrup Sugar Syrup (or guessing contest proved an strained honey) has proven so popu- "get acquainted and ir lar throughout United_States and the fun of the evening. A splenic! j guarantee of absolute satisfaction, programme was enjoyed, those con-' trihuting vrere Mr. who do- lighted everybody readings; work. One crew now hauied out of Lethbridge'as-much as two and three rormerly .did. .He'had received no in- .Miss Simm, who vays is greeted send to The Pinex Co., Toronto, Ont. strucuons- for any more men to be or money promptly refunded, goes this recipe. Your druggist has Pinex or will get it for you. If not, on December 31, 1009. there were four- trip or two from the main line. There were noiv. nine. On December 51, IftOi) tnere' were seventeen cabooses run- ning west from here there are Tfii) at present. The crews that had been removed had been sent to points there happened to he more were not. -yet quite won -over. .Mr. Price assured appreftensions were unEounded and reiterated his wfllingnass to "submit the interpretation of, the agreement to some authorities agreeable to them all, as to whether or "hot it was be- ing violated 'by the removal of the passenger engines. MARKETS Winnipeg Wheat Winnipeg, Oct. opened 07 j 1-4. closed 97 T-S; Nov. opened ?6 closed 97 1-2; Dec. opened 93 l-S, clos-j ed 05 7-S; May opened 10ft, closed j 100 7-S. j Cash close 1 Nor. ?8 3-4. 2 Nor. 94 j 3-8. 3 Nor. Pi; 2 while oats, flax, 2.40. i The pleasant purgative effect ex- perienced by alJ who use Chamber- Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and the healthy condition the body and which they create, .makes; one fee! joyful. Sold by all druggists. We are making a specialty of our Caie Department winter We- Escei -in' Quality ;