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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta V. Saturday, October 4, 1SH3 TIIE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page TO THE EXCURSIONS OLD COUNTRY NOW IS THE TIME to let u> miXe arrlngMnentt FOH YOUR TRIP To Montreal To Quebec T o. I L To St. John Daily, November 7 to 31 Incluilve LIMIT FIVE MONTHS Through Tiurlit and Standard Sle.plng Cart In connection with principal Siillngi to Shlpt No chango ouHh. There are 560 acrci 200 all fenced.; ThUland IE a mile Jfcm two miles from hurc-n.' a ch-. There U'a echool on thii .lection, Tin 'land Is H 10 Fore- moit on the Weyburn llnV fuoHs sUiuj- plow. Und, ind Is' worth an On-ners sell all or an acre if taten" with- in thirty dayt. Ternu. Oafrthlri cul, balance to Apply on or writs BURDETT, ALBERTA Snappy specials from overy departmont. The under-pricings are unusual anil the mcrvlmiidisc is, in every instance of .superior quality Ready-to-Wear Depi LADIES' OVERALL APRONS Mada of ta'.t English Prints In fancy ulripea and figures. Good titling and splendid rearing quality, worth 75c. TONIGHT.. H3U CHILDREN'S SWEATERS Fancy weaves in navy, cardinal and- white, good heavy weight, for fall wear. Sties 1, 2. 3 only, TON'IGliT............ Mrs. J. H. Tabor and Miss Taboi, who Vcie formally at home yester- day tor the first time this season welcomed a goodly number of .guests A prolusion ol asters were prettily suggestive of the autumn ,season. 5lrs: A. K. Dunlop poured tea, the lea hour dainties being served by Miss Josephine Hawker and Hiss In- 'ola HarJic. Tlie dance held last evening in the S 0. E. hall umlcr tlie auspices ol acfi adornment. Sirs. J. p. Higlnbotham, who as- sisted in receiving, ivoie a gown ot slack chiffon veiling cerise satin' and lack plumed hat. Miss nessie (Vancouver) in- vited to the dining room and was dainty In wbitf embroidered gown with black velrct sash. Mrs. Joseph Jackson, gowned in a charming frock of pale blue colienne, touched with crimson veiled in heavy lace 'and black picture hat with blue malinc, poured tea. Sirs. W.-II. Mcl.elland, gowned in a becoming creation ol royal blue satin with black lace tunic and toque'with osprey mount, cut the Ices. The attentive assistants were Mlsj Hlginbotham, In Paisley chiifon over strawberry silk and black velvet hat, and Miss Mary Simpson in pale blue eolienne with silk accessories and blnck velvet plumed hat. Lorna Simpson, frorted in whitfl with pink- ribbons, made a dainty lit- tle door attendant. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES .The Art Needle-work will meet Maple Leaf club was a decided sue-1 afternoon with Mrs. J. Vi Biulton. t A service" ior tte administration o! I nfant baptism will be held at 4.151 i.ra. tomorrow in Wesley church, and] Ottawa, Ont., Oct. ..minis- ter of the interior will probably put up at. puhllc auction thousands of acres'of land which" have been aban- doned in Saskatchewan by the Douk- hobor followers of Peter .Veregin, v.ho have gone to British Columbia. The question of cnmpeasnllOn lo Veregin followers for their abandoned farms is unlikely. AGED WOMAN i ;IN FIRE cess, the- attendance being much larger than at any previous dar.ce given by the club. Refreshments were served at elever.-lbirty, after .which dancing was .resumed until about two o'clock. One regrettable feature ol the evening was the'absence ol. one ol the menibers through sickness in the person of Mr.-T. If. Fleetwood. The club extends a hearty vote o_f .thanks-io the [rirnds, who assisted so ably in making Ihe afjalr a success. The nest dance will beheld m Thanksgiving Day, October'20th. "r Many were the visitors who called to meet Miss' Yctta Hoficnbacher, of Hancock, Mich., who is a house guest with Mrs. E. C. Ouilbault, who re- ceived'formally.- yesterday The drawing room was decidedly pretty with ferns', palms ar.d. quanti- ties n! deep pink asters. The hostess welcomed her guests wearing a lovely gown ol pale pink satin veiled in chiffon, elaborated with-pearl trimming. Miss Holienbacher wore a pretty costume ol pale yellow chiffon mount- ed 'on satin'of the same. Specials For Men MKN'S GLOVES Hem's and Perrin's EnglUli Uogikln Glores. Finished with one-dome fastener and firll seams, In all shades.' Size! lo Regular TONIGHT per pair MEN'S JERSEYS Men's English Worsted In navy blue with eli Inch roll collar. Regular SJ4 4C ?2.I3, TO.NIOHT I In the Dry Goods Dept. 25c will buy any one item afthe {allowing 12 yards Insertion 2 Wrillng Tablets' Shoe Savings CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS Coiy, fell with ankle Slies'.7'lo 10. Regular 75c. TONIGHT, per pair hand. 2 Helta 10 Handkerchiefs 12 Strong Hair Nets 12 yards Lace. 0 Packages Envelopes 1 Tajiestry Cushion top CHILDREN'S OXFORDS Oilldrcn's .Viet Kid Oxfords, blucher cul. with. Dcgular TONIGHT, per pair Grocery Specials English Toffee Wo-did not have enough lo supply Ihe demand last Saturday nlghL There's plenty of It tonight. Pure English Toffee, tb. tins, per lin Bananas B.C. Apples -30c dozen for 25c Things for the. House Lace Cut tains Nottingham Lace small centre effects, with dslnty borders. SV6 CQft yds, losg, TONIGHT Glass Mustard Dishes 10c Salt and Pepper Shakers Pressed Glass In ribbed design. per pair 10c The Hudson's Bay Stores and parents desirinj to have- children Mr. and ilrs. Daniel baptized arf> invited lo have 'them has 'been arranged, a present. happy time is assured. On Tuesday, Oolober 7th, at' eight o'clock a concert wiil be 'given" in w at from rwhich the) mil a hayrack ride out to tha horr.ii ilrs. Daniels. A program nd a general The, A. V. P- A. ol St. Cyprian's church will hold its organization the Fifth Avenue Baptist, church intmeetim; lor the. season in-the palish old of the building fund of'the church. vnniiav The-artista are among the best 'in room of tlie' church on Monday 8 (S'clock. All .young "people "ol the city. th'echurch, both married and single, arc cordially invited, and it Is hoped, Hoae services will be held' that there will be a large attendance m 01. Cyprian's 'church Oa aim to make the A. when the music 'and P- A. an even greater success than it distinctive touches of .cerise. The tea fable was a dainty Harvest St. Cyp dresses will is in'keeping1 with'the festival. The annual meeting of the Hospital Aid society.- will .be held on Monday- at 3.3.0 at Riverview with Mrs. 0; F. P. Conybeare. All the members, are urged to be present. Any newcomers and any interested, in the. worl! will be. cordially welcome. 'Atquith, Oct. h'oms of Howard N'odvcll, half a mile south with 'garlands oi pic-, Letlibrldge supports one bed and was last year. Had No at Taber---Complaint .About Cat Shortage oung son are visiting lis- evan, Sask. The Women's Institute held Us re- gular meeting in ..tbc tiasemt-nt ot Cnox church Friday afternoon. Mrs. C. E. JudPon and Sirs.' J. K. loward were Lethbridgc visitors iVeilnesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon DIckson are rejoicing over the arrival ol a baby girl Fiiiiay'. Dr. AppIeby.'bfPa'rry espected to spend the week-end witti.Rev.. F.--W. Maliaffy and family. BIRKENHEACf' CATTLE MARKET, Liverpool, Oct. and company, report, that the trade for cattle at Birkenhead today .re- mains about the 'Eame'os lest week, and quotations aro unaltered at 13Vi to 14 cents per pound for Irish steep and heifera.. lure wilh its immense basket of child.In the Zenana mission field 'Taber, Oct. What might have proved a fatal accident occurred ncsday when an automobllo go Tyndall, Man., Oct. 3. A huge ing at a great speed, collided prairie fire b. PURIF1EOJ1S BLOOD Dr. Indian Root Pffii Mr. vVhea the stwers of the kUncyi ind ilim ducu-rjet clojjtd HJL the biood Quickly becorpei Irapure Bod brtik out over tie body. The Wjy lo haJ them, M Mr. Richard Wilson, 'who liva nor London, Oat-, found, k to porify the blood. Hi writes: 1' "For senM lime I had been b 10V, depressed condition.' My appctHe left me and I won from iadl pstloa. Quite a number of MnaTi Mra blotchcj formed all over my ilin. I tried hwlida well and it agreed with her, so I tuing it rifkt .acd thitilc it is excel "I ht've ft friead with' vrry delicate biby, Shectnnotnurseitandbu'tried does.not thrive lospllal. Calgary- jupporla iour eachers al each, three beds t (50.00, anil eight children nt'52009. The Zenana Bible and Medical Mis- ton was founded siity years ago by .dy Klnnalrd, and is the largest mis- sion In India, and aiio the oldest. It s interdenominational, and Is doing n great work. But there are at always sick and troubled with I St: V indigesllon. I strongly recommended your food. Will you please send her i Mrs. rrince wrote again on Sept. igir. "My Irknd's hu grown wonderfully. I ctn scarcely credit It. Her nut Uby, which ihc expecfj in five montlis, will be fed on Neave'a Food right from the thints H is so good." MolHersAnd piospective obtaln'a free tjn of Keave'j Food and a Abo-Jt Baby" by wrilinz Edwin Utley, U Front Street Kast, Toronto, who la. the Agent for Canadi. (ilftittiox His faftr.) Kenve's I-'co-l sold In 1 Ib. dr tight by all DruggUlI la 41 las been racing southeast horse and buggy on Hull avcn.ua. The if this town for some horse was dm en by Will Ross, but nd hospital. Twenty dollars sup- the o! tno 3komobilr is un- orls a child and JEO.OO a bed In the .days, several farmers and others Irom Mr just at Tyndall and Reausejour, who had hay In Ihe fire, zone, were out righting the fire almost all night. Several farm- ers lost all their hay, and It is re- ported that houses acd stables were also burned. Tfce fire coming from tbe south jumped the C.P.R. tracks a mile east women and children idthout of here, crossed the road allowance skilled medical aid In time of severe and followed a large llness.. India IE a part of pur own here and Seabright, it consumed ev- Kniplre. and when-the fact'that BO erylhing as it went, with a heavy, much can be done wlih verj- little Is IhigFwind fanning it. Tho burned It will be that a con- trlbution, no matter how small, will do a great deal toward relieving the suffering of these worthy people. The Lethbridgc auxiliary .are now collecllni: and volun-. offering may be Wt at Hlgln- botham'a Drug etore. The. Ladies' C'otta.'society ol SI. Paul's First Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Fnurletnth St., when the other hostesses will be Mrs. TVosly- Ing and Mrs. Hanson. .Mr. nr.d Mrs. C. H. Daniels will entertaiti tht Epworth League on Monday evening. All the young peo- ple 6f the church should be al the aodg arc still smouldering this morn- Uxaflvts Gently, thoroughly, and witmt ditconiort, they t'yitcm of watte hick blood and the north" edge of town, was driving v.-hen he met the automobile, which had no lights. A collision was {h'o result. Mr. Hoss was thrown Irom the buggy and received slight injuries, while the buggy .was badly demolished. 'The driver ol the auto- mobile did not stop to make inves- tigations as to damage done. The law-governing the lighting'of automo- bile lampj cannot carefully -Taber'ls'e'x'pcflrticMJ cars for grain shipments. No cars lor wheat have been received here since a week ago Monday, and ths elevators are practically filled now. Several ;raln bins are being built around :own (o temporarily aid the farmers Mr.s..0.'d. Qroffi lelt Tuesday after- noon for an extended visit with her mother In Chatham, Ont.. Dr. Letch and bride returned Wed- nesday afternoon Irom their honey- moon trip through the west. Dr. and will; live' 'on the south side. Mrs. A. F. Brajdon, ot Calgary] la a guest, ol at the Taber hotel. Partjes of hunlcts availed them- selves of the chicken and :anWope. seas on'. Wednesday. -.Mr. and Mrs, T. ft.. Henderson and parents choose a'col-.-, lego for their daughters With __ care. They believe- wboIesomV.v environment la _'_ Offern a saio and liberal educa- lion to Young Ladles. Clljrate- mlia 1600 mllea farther; south than Winnipeg.) Varied 1'rnctlced Faculty. Eipeclally eccllvo' cuUnrn-: effective physical lal'car. Write for prospectui. P.-'. ONT. DRINK HABJl RELIABLE HOME-TREATMENT. Thousands- ot. slslera arc enthusiastic ot 0RHINE, becnuso H hai turW'.their onos cf Ifw Habll" aad thereby brought homes. Can gtTftn OR- RINS costs only 11.00 Ask for Free Booklet. Red- CrMfl Drug ft Book Co.1, Ltd, Acadla Block, .TSlfd avenue. wortii arrived too late for our spring trade, a choice lot 01 patterns. Now the next 10 days pniy it all goes at the one' price, 37ic per ,square yard, CASH ONLY Floor Oilcloth, 6 feet wide at 30c per yard -y WILSON FURNITURE COMPANY, Street North ;