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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER G, 1914 THE IjETHKA-IJOGw DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN j Specialists in Hosiery, Corsets Underwear Out of the Ordinary Styles Wos. YOU' CAM BUY regular styles 'and makes in' Ladies' Vests' or Combinations nearly- -any place. It's the uncommon kind that is hard to buy, This .year we. have.'made a spec- ialty of kind. We rt'ention. only these in today's'advertisemont. If in, or better still, drop -in yourself i. Watson's All Wool Veste with short' sleeves, high "7Ci nock or jj0 ami v nock. Special price.. J Medium weight Cashmoro Vesta, hlsh upck, short uieovo, Peerless make. Special ijt finest quality 'All Wool Cashmere Wat- ck, short sleeves -4 new !dea 'n Ladles' sCpmolLatlons; haaia now patented drop seat that .-fits over" the yorset. It'3 the biggest improvement in 'Ladies' -Com- Iftlfl binationa for years. Special .price A fine a11 Combination with low tfe'clt, short sieuve, and, knee length. special'.. i'fv rVWiKiii'itinnc Stanlields' Mercerized Cotton, lieayy weight, IjOniOlllilHUllh Bhort sleeves Knee.lenBth. Special Watson's make, t'iuo wool cashmere, short Dutou neck, ankle'length Eft Special prlco Pftnihiii'if-inns tor Ch1ldren. I'ure white wool, all ftft- slzea at 51B0. nattiral 51.25 iuli Women's Vests 60c, 73c, Outsize Vests to Combinations to Vests and Drawers ,or .cWMren 35c to. 75c each Baby Vcsts5 styles 35c up to 60c each Rylands Co. The Busy Store Attractively situated. Picked faculty. tennLOTitetha Principal H.I WuBtr.M.A.DJj'stTiomii.Ont WORST IN TWENTY. YEARS. C.P.R, Officials So Storm .Through Crow's Nest Calgary, Alta., Oct. C P R officials say tho snow storm on the Crow's Nest line was the -worst In 20 ysars. The scope of tlie storm ,extends over, the entire Alberta dlvi- sion.. In Calgary there was fall of-171- inches 'Red Cross'nuri has been Rheims since t] first shells' fell on> September'1 2, say tho Germans entered ou are a tea or cotfee-drinker the Chances are that .some form Or perhaps faed oiganic disease due to tea or cofrS'e iials set In, Lieadaclie, (biliousness, consttpa- tlon, nervousness, sleeplessness heart flutter or others of the well-proven tea--and 'coffee ills One "can refuse to loolc the thing squarely in the face and peg .along with the tea or coffee. Some day Nature., will haul him short. It's a Poor Bargain fo swap health and a clear, business-like head for a few cups of lea or coffee each clay. Every tea of coffee toper tries to wiggle round and charge his aches and ills IQ weath- er, overwork, too much or too little food, this, that or the other thing, Lai, how he hates 1o admit that the real enemy is Ms Master, tea or coffee. A Sure Personal Test Will' locate the exact chusc of your steady destruction of health, If tea or coffee. It's worth knowing the plain, sober before organic heajt trouble or other disease sett in, which perhaps cannot be cured The tert is pleasant, accurate and Quit both tea and coffee absolntely for ten days and In their place use POSTUM. comes- In tivo forms Dostum must be boiled Instant form made In the cup instantly, water Both kinds of this famous food drink have a dehghtEul flavour" and are abso lutelyifrec from.- caffeine (the drug JB teaiand'coffee) or Injurious'Substance, If in a few days you begin to sleep soundly at night, digest your food better, stomach and signs of recovery, or the old feeling of weakness at tho heart leaves, or head works (the alls ot tea and coffee drugging are multi- tudinous) the facts, will 'lie foe- fore you, and Ybu Have The PbSTUM There's a Reasqn Canadian Pottum Cereal Co., Ltd.. "Windsor, Ont, Invitations liave'boon sent out for tho wedding ol Miss Muriel N'cidig to Mr.-Uco. IJ. Mitchell on Oct. S. Miss .1. McDonald spent the M end'with frlctvds at Macleod. ..Miss .Fort Worth, Texas, Is a guest with Miss Josie McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. S, B. Peacock, Calgary, are the guests oi Mrs. 1.. R. Peacock, At tho borne of 'Mr, Matthew I Jplmstou, U.S. coriBular agent hen there is rejoicing over the arrival of little daughter on Friday iiight last. Mr. and Mrs. Passmore, Sixth ai enue South, have gone to Calgarj where they will reside in future. Cohiiiilssiouer and Mrs. Reid an' raini'Iy Jiave returned from Vic tori; anil other coast cities, where they hav been "on a vacation of some weeks duration, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pankhurst o North Lethbridge announce the mar of their daughter, Hilda, ,to Chie of the Taber Fire department formerly o Miss U. Elder, principal of. the Mac .epd, Hish_school, .accomnanied by he sister, Miss Elder of Toronto, motorei over from Macleod on Friday wit) Mr.- Jlre. McClenaghan, returning ,o Macleod today." Sirs. C. J. Eekstorm and Miss Lucile are-staying temporarily with Mrs. Bet 'ames, 530 Eighth street South, at Dr Campbell's residence. Mrs. (Dr.) Lafferty left this after noon k for Calgary to attend the Grand hapter of the Alberta Order of the Eastern Star, of which body Mrs. Laf crty is an officer. During her stay Jn Calgary, -Mrs. Latterly will be a guesi with Dr. Lafferty of that city. Invitations have been issued for th marriage of Allison. Martin, seconr daughter of Donald MeNabb, ex.M.P and Mrs. MoNafcb, and Mr. Peter Macfarlane to take place ii Vestminskr church' on Oct. 16th, j reception to be held afterwards in St. Mary's Parish hall. The happy couple are both well known and ipected in .the city, the bridegrconv- iect being a side-drummer ia the kitties' Band. v t Mrs. Hiig-h Scott and Mrs. J. Jones eft for Calgary this afternoon, to at- ?nd the annual meeting of the Grand lhapter of Alberta, Order of the East- rn Star, as representatives of th'e ocai Maple Leaf Chapter. Mrs.- Char- ,y Norton and Mrs. B. S. Pawson of Chapter also. left for Calgary or the same purpose. Mrs. Jones waa ccompanied by her daughter, Miss Cthel, 'and -during: their stay in Cal- ary will be guests with Mrs. A. C. raham. Sirs." I. K. Kerr, Junior, was hostess t a delightful bridge party yesterday fterntioa-in honor of Mrs. Morris of ethbridge. The dainty, prize was won Mrs. .Fred Currey. Among the uests were Miss Lee, Mrs. D. J. oung, Mrs. 'EL P. Hall, Mrs. Wrigley, "rs. Taprell, Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Cul- ert, Mrs. McLaws, Mrs, 'Robinson, rs. Costigan, Mrs. Findlay, Miss ndlay, Mrs. Turner-Bone, Mrs. Bev 11, Mrs. Norman Lougheed, and Jlrs. arold Little. At the tea hour, the I following girls assisted the hostess: Miss Marie Costigan, Miss Jeanne tie Roussy, Miss Hall aud'Miss Corini" Calgary- Herald. JASPER I Wesley church was the, scene of a very pretty wedding, last night, the contracting parties being William J. Wade, the popular sergeant of the R. N.W.M.P., and Miss Lena Jasper. The happy couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. W. Henderson; and there was a large -number present at the church, "Rev. G. H. Cobbledick performed the ceremony, After- the. ceremony the wedding .was served- in splendid by- T. A. Underwood at tho King's Hotel, when, Jn addition to several officers of the jpoiice, a large number, of friends, and well-wishers were present. The dining room of the hotel was prettily decorated with.. bunt- ing and Union Jacks, and the tables prespnted a very pleasing appearance, The presents were 'numerous, and many" were' th'e 'expressions of good wishes. The happy couple left, ou the midnight ..train for Medicine. Hat, where the honeymoon will be spent, quite a number toeing at the depot to bid them ''Good luck! w The Companions oC the Forest have their meeting which was to have been held tonight, until nest Tuesday, owing to the storm m Westminster Ep worth League meets this evening, when the first of a ser- ies of papers oh the subject, "Is ,tlie World Growing Bettei will he ELV- cn. The subject of the paper will 'be "The World is Spe- cial music will be furnished Tho ladies' first, aid class o! the Daughters 01 the Empire will meftf; tomorrow afternoon at 4.15 in Miss Halpenny's room, Central school, The rummage sale which was tb have been held on Thursday In the Miners' hall by the WMS of West- minster church, has been postponed on account of the weather. The Ladies' Aid of the Chnstlkb church .will not meet at the home of Mrs Farrow on Wednesday as pre viously announced. Owing to the in- clemency of the weather the has baea postponed. The Women'! Mission Circlo of the First Baptist church will meet tomor- ow alternbon In thp church at three >'clock. All "95 MtftA Continuing these Splen- did Value-Giving Daily Groceries 313 Dry Goods 713 STORE PHONES: Carpets BIS 513 Shoes 713 Men's Wear 713 Wine Phone 613 '.bftico i '1038 New Fall styles in Ladies' Sweater Coats in single and double breasted styles, plain and fancy knit, smart roll collar; shades are navy, acar-let, cardinal, green, groy and brown. Regular