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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta EDITED BY Office Pliont 1ZZ4, 774. The lands With all the autumn hluv.c of Golden (And everywhere- tlie purple Asters nod iAiul bend'and wave and fit. s. DiitT, London Iloml, tomorrow aftt'i'iiooti and m the second Kriclay n( Hie monUi Ihrougli- nut tho season. Mrs. A! M, Grace, of Medicine Hat, vho v.pas a unesl at the .lones-llar- liit; nuptials last evening, is visiting f'.r n few days'with Airs. .J. If. Wai- 1ft i .-Mr. and ill's..'..-Ben jam in Russell, ol tin Pui insli ipu Urn nis t'lilgary, It us ilif-u KW'l Hiisscll's n o" it Mrs Pusscll ifc of .Judge ili is1-. II oi tjcnj.imiii. was Miss rudi! Stafford before her marri- and rebiilod in jthis cit; Tlic annuiinccmiMil, is ir.adc at Win- ot 'lie of Miss Dor- otiu 'ilpni n ddii-Jifei of former t'onunissionct Hie lliiil- MII s lin tp Russell C. foil, of (lie million- aim fruii manufacturer nnd brotliisr-in- liv, oi I thu Jlarn more Hi actress. lint otherwise the happy couple .'were unattended. After luncheon Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt left fot' a Iioncynioon trip, which began'with an auto tour of, the p'urtjou oi- Noya Sco- tia. On Thursday, Oct. 5th in glorious sunshine Miss Knnices Kxley, daugh- ter of Uio lute Mr. W.- W. Exlcy, ami niece of Dr. -J. Kxley, of Leeds, Eng- land, was married to Mr. Anthony McMillan, fcon of; the Kev. A. McMil- lan, late minister of Kirkcaltly, ocot- nil. Thu service took place in thu DOOII- dale ilchtiol llotisc near AILorfldo ami! was conducted by -tlie- Hev. Canon The hi'lile, I'suorliMl by liVr Mr; W..' L. who's her away, was an alluring pictur6 iti her lovely robe of ivory satin, niRflo in timlUro'slyto, tile .Wire bori- iec-rlnborateiLwith an exjniisl.lp pearl garniture, and with lotiK court The tulle veil, prettily fashioned i tlui popularity .yqung- couple. to n ''ullci. cap, with real lace anil blossoms, fell in ilainty bil- lowa t-o ihe end (if tho train. She car- riei! an Imhietise shower of wliilo roses nnd lily of the valley The pel ill) flower gitl, Har- die sister of the bndt is dainlil} frothed in pile blue silk inii qubtnt hlaol; velviitrbonnel faced trini- mcd in pale Khic and Wee pinlc rose- Inid 'MIC tin ird carnations jjud was-tlie recipient uf a turquoise-ind' pfarl pin, Her. in a troll of honor wi let I Murph) of iindsomtlv gowned in bhcl Radcd chifTon on while satin ami lei sis bhtk litt willi wlnlc plumes and 'rinlrip Shf palibl pink oar nations, caunht with streamers Voi: whitt situ nbbon and wort trfe ji ulegropUi i> fiuor i pin i The bridesmaids were' Miss Addict, tod or the Archbishops' S. I UM'n' aml.Misg. Jlission, nsslslwl Dy tlio Rev. "1I5lollr lllss M McNnI Mi have-been auests: er's daughter, Mrs. 'lefi, this morning for [Victoria. lein McNeil, with the form- homas Taylor, 'Vancouver and I lie n utiire Ins bun nrranged Tail of Suniiner- iim UKc place of Mr. lit I It C ot Su Melbourne arid Lady Tuit 'ofMontreal, and Katli- lern; only of M: Ghink Harrison of Kaledcn ami Mrs. Wilkinson, B. A., associate priest of the mission in that dis- Irict. At 2.'JO the bride' arrived supporl- il by her sfcp-fiithei', -Mr. CJ. W. Green, of .Maple Leaf who gave icr away, aiui attended by her brides iiaid, Miss Alice Maclicnxie. At the altar she was by the bridegroom ind Mr. Harvey who acl- ;d ,is best man-. The service way fully choral 'The voice that and "Lead 1'ieavtfrily selected the bride. Before the final blessing the Canon, who had known the bride and groom for several years, spoke feel- ingly words of advice to the yourig couple. The briiie was Downed in ;l beauti- ful while ivory dress "F Brctonite silk overlaid with cluny laee and wore a veil. of silk net'wreathed with or- ange blossoms. The bridesmaid wore IULV, dr.csa.and an ochre.hat triiniiicd with black feathers. Deluded the breathed o'er T'rofcsso IIP h i I been Sciulc oi MrAlistcr ity, T.o-. T.S tH nTellor m in A. C. McKay, who becomes pria- of MIL' Toronto Technical school. Mr. 1. F. Dawcs will occupy the ch M of--physics in succession of Dr. L. Hogg, who has gone to the tmuiMtj oi Sislulthtw in Afler llm ceren.mij; _the registers we're signen and f lie 'company drove back to the ranch where the wedding McCuininon, M..A. 'wus served :to the" .guests. Mr. and Mrs. appointed by the Tim party included: H. Mr; Shnak. it. tli luniiiijly Downed in liltip cjiif ion hi mil} In nksl tiling iinuvp tir and hlad jnci no hit with tlvh orale plumes.. Miss Uarstone .w'a's; rifihiv a-UiiL'd in peach satin with oale blue chilTun ovordrass, ndorhcd- with lo.velv lace and fringe, .and stihi nine black velvet with ostrich Ijandeau nnd plumes. were Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Murphy MlKS Harstone (Winni- pcgV, Miss-Hclchnr .Mlsfi Marshall .jOBcs and Mr. J( Black Thomas (High and Mrs. A.-M. Giiaco (Medicine GOOD WEATHER ONLYJECESSARY For all This Year's Civic Contracts to be Com- pleted in a Month u jirefietif good weather con- j Mayor Ad mis this morn- (fonti icts for (his year's uorjt wilt be prneticnllj 'hin tJrta next month The work j he sidewalks is going ahead fast now thanVat any time since tin folds oro bcbun and by niitfdle of next, week the new aide walks on, tlie south of the track Inid I he contractors wll mmefhatefj stirt oli flic new s'lde Aalka 1 ailiuildge, and tftU ftorlt will i! o lie complet ul this fait are leimng the curb alid giityfjr tp he hut t on this side o ho 'until iftei the work h is completed, but li i luolgt, now as if we would get these also this 3 ear Worlc'jQii the detention tfoirie is also pioccedinj, rapidly. The has been finished, and part lioth bridesmaids carried pink Car- nations, tied with immense bows ot white satin ribbon, and wore the groom's gift, auiuthyst pins. Mr. Stephen L. .loiics, of Toronto, performed the duties of groomsman, itttnim tuft links is did ilso the ushers, Mr. W. M Murphy (Win- Mr. .1. -Mr; W. Harris and Mr. KvNiiw-coiHbe. During the signing of tlic register Mr. P. Lfiyton beautifully fendcr- pd i uolm solo Komaiif1 uoii 2nd Concerto1 u utinmwski he -Mendelssohn Wedding March was-played.; the bridal party left the church. V inception w Uicrwaids hold at tjio u oi the bride s pu- tiits Bompis bt i liundnd giiesks being1..: in.-attendance. enhancer by a profusion of feathery U i meeting of Chu ch 1 ulirs Aid the Westminster at the home of Mit. brlckcr iftcrnoon, it M is dotidtd to posipont the supper from J banishing Ua> until the IJQJ Novenv Ihe change was made ow- (o Hit fict that dair llrst decided Miss Duncan. Messrs, nnd Miss Mac- kenzie, iYUv-anil Mr. Hoblis, Rev. if. Spoke, offi- ciating clergy and MrV all of the South Alberta Mission. The groom's gift to the bride was a gold bwcalej; and the bride to.Ahc signet, ring. t ifnoiig'the presents received by the happy couple were: from Mr, G. Green, --..--.a.-vj........ and fragrant dmme; room i huf fct sVipper was served, was perfumed with .lovely white roses, the elabor- ately'.-anointed table, being centred with these lovely blossoms. Mrs. TTardie, mother bride, wore a strikingly beautiful gown of. p'aildy green satin, veiled in sequineil net with Persian bodice and black cut heaver hat" graceful low plumes, and touches-of a silver e froin Mrs. G. Green, a cheque from Hev. A. McMillan and family, house- hold linen-from Kov. on the supper eonfftci with evangelistic ruingul for prcvi- cuslv Tlie sefond week in October seems rather late in the season to solicit garden flowers for the weekly visit ot tjic Flower Mission t0 the Gait Hos- liowover.vtjuitc'Jfrccly, because I know pital tojviorrow.afternoon. I d0 so, there iffe still SOIT late peas, etc m 1 loom ind the Guild URCds-rthcm-. were short of flow- ers last week and could not supply nil the patients with bouquets, so if you Imvc anv for us, please fc-atc by phone with Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare or Slis's Hatch. Tl1? leu, .given by Mrs. W. A. Bu- cliahnii VyeRfertlay aflernoonj to aug- irnnt tliu funds of the Ladies' Aid so- i.icty of. Wesley church, was a decid- ed KffCCBSS. The drawing and ten rooms were fragrant mid pretty with quantities of sweet peas and pnnsics. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. t'ragg, who poured tea, atid MtV K.inItQ.and Mrs. Mitchell, "who 'were :1 pa-room assislants. Those in at- tendance -spent a'Vecy enjoyable time over .the tea cups. if held on the cheque from Mr. books from Rev. Canon Mowat, silver tqasfc Spcke ,and Mr, from Hev. Morgan, silver gilt iriefft' fork from Rev. K. E.'Wilkinson, silver gilt o[ ihe csuicnt ork foi tho fo.urid tion lias been put in Ihe contract- ors will work .on without a stop ready occurred .will be about ehtl of Ndyernb'. e nip also to hurry with the work on the scwaie disposal sys- tem, nnd the construction will go.qn most oC the ujin'ter.. There is a great tleql of work to be done, ami botweeft thlst fend tho cement work, I thinlr Tviii be able to keep thii contractors htwy .until the whole icon tract Is completed.' 'The plans and specifications for the plant are bcjng prepared now, anil tenders ivllt likely be called for in a few Mayor- Adams and Aid. Bowman, .Oliver and Ooocte'will ;accompany the Colorado' Springs 'excursion, and wjll adiintigQ otj-he opportunity-to look ei thl? ch IdHtiiptovem-erits. of lilies.-along the. line, notably In Den- vei Salt Lake and Colorado Springs, where they hope to s'at :Va1- uable street rail: v tj stems sew igo disposal and other important .branches of pal tf carried ;i large bouquet of pink'car- Miss Ma FREETRAl DOOMED mi.'.s- dakes n'atfaifBB "coallt v.-as lovely in a Parisian gown pf nin- proof qt the unho on, nionnted on slicll pink silk, clalt- cluu'gt'd iigainst 1 London, Oct. IS.rr-The Slanchester imrclfeii says: ij'Monk in the cab- a'strange 'coalition ami .is loly alliance Laurier 'chur'ged against his oppon- silvcr and hccom-, ents." A. M'ond. a noted inaniifactiirer, spoqking .at WfLotminster, refused- .to -accept :the refusal of reciprocity pink carna- a jlefeat of free' Can- Mrs. was Why tariff reformers should be- orated in pearl m black velvet hat, tilmm'iid pink roses, embeddrd in their foliage, and aim carried with own from Mr. and Mrs. Paul, carvers from Mr. Mrs. whisk-holder Wallace from Mr. Mr, Cookc, silver .dessert spoons froin Mr.' Mackenzie nnd famiTy. presents-from friends in the old "coun- try are on the way. The groom's present to Hie brides- maiil was j golii hrooch set with pcnrls. In the evening Mr.' and Mrs. Green had a reception for the house-part} and other friends and neighbors, to Inc number of 'Vfl.'iiV the'-" Boondalc anri the hours pass ami :imirt cheers and Kood wishes the happv school house. Dancing, music congrntiilatori- speeches niailc couple drove off to jheir new immc. BORDEN Halifax, N. S., Oct. Elizabeth, (he eldest daughter of Kir Frederick Hordun, of militia, married at the residence of her par- ents in Canning at 10.30 o'clock this morning to Gordon Hewitt, of the department of, .agriculture, Ottawa. H; iiiK .wedding, nunt- fanning; in h'on- r' anil .the residenoe of ir" Kcv. Hockln, the Methodist min- ister of ?pad Ihfl -marriage Sir" Knox church was Hie scene of pcr- iaps the most .interesting and fash- oiiRbie society nuptials in the an- ials of- nine' o'clock last ev- when the nwrriage was Rolem- of lanthe.LivlnRstonf Hardie, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. L. Hardie, to Mr. James Scwoll Jones, manager of the Dominion Hank High River, fifth son of Mrs. Harriet Jones, Oshawa. Rev. A. M. The Oordon tiei! the nuptial knot. floral decorations were artistically carried out in palms, lerni, potten' ilowerinf; plants and whiie crrsaTitbc- lavmi. Clusters of feathery crysan- themums, caught with white satin ribbon, marked the Precisely at the hour appointed the bridal party entered the sacred edl- servlce. uii .'lin'H'iif, assisted in tlie fiw- strains of Lohengrin's ftp. of Jlridgwata, an; old friend of the linrden little ila'.igliier ni Mrs. JIilcoiiii, of .Oltawa, kicn -of bride, was llowi't girl, Wtddlng March, plnycd by Mrs. 0. E. Fleming. Tlfo iishers, tlie flower girl, the matron of honor and Ihe three bridesmaids preceded 'the bride to Ihe ai Ul- E.-H. Wilson cut the ices, wearing a heautifiil gown of oriental shades, huiit on pale blue' satin ar- iTriire, with of lovely T.imcriclt, lact, and lace hat with ostrich and osprey. Miss Menburn. -.Jtiss Macbetli and Jliss Macbeth passed the dainty viands.' Miss Mewbnrn wore a dainty toif- otte -in tunic effect of pink chiffon embroidered in roses and edged heavy fringe, over pink" satin; "'ami large hat faced in black velvet, 'adorn- DIVIDEND OF Conrad Circle. Cattle Company Dlrec Vote to Retire FPom Cattle Business Great Falls. Oct. At a special meeting of the Conrad Circle Cattle conipany b'ald last, week" at the- Con I'a.d bank, the directors passed a di- vidoml, ainonntitlg to and id retire from tlie cattle bust ness. The aclion of the directors hart been anticipated aa the management di-snosing-of itB.bdltlings cattlp and not long: sinffo sold' the last of its cattle to Pat Bnras, the The company Ht'ill ilvtei'osts in Cnn- cd with feathery mount and uowers. Machclh was attractively gowncVljin pretty champagne crepede cliene and lovely black velvet, hat. Miss Jessie Macbeth was'girlishly ena and John Harris came in from dressed in pink clii'ilon over, silk and Kort be present at tho wore, a hirst- black hat, farad mid mcc.thig of dirRctorE, The otiAM- trimmed in pink. Alberta cnttlenian. large land ad a. W. G. Conrad came over from Hoi- meeting were .Tames T. Stanford, T. very pleasing featyrn- was. the UllrrV( Conrad and William M. ..t One cuffing of the "wedding 'cake, prettily decorated- side lablo, by Airs. McKillop, who has al- ways perfol'iucd..tliat pleasant, duty on similar occasions in the llafdie family. .She .was gowned in handsome black silk and becoming black hat. After supper the bride slipped and donned her going away gown, imartly tailored suit of blue .broad- cloth with.blouse of green chiffon ov- er gold, and chic hat of bhir velvet with feather ir.'oimt and touches of mem hers of (he directorate- at (he Slit! wove vcrv handsome black d furs, tlio gift of Ihe Mr. and Mrs. Jones- left on. Ihe vxjirnss for California, anil will return hv way of on; inkinc, up their rcshlcncu in High Illver. tiiit.nriilifcht' arlny httd sj.'oke NO TRUTH IN THE STORY WlniiinoB.'Oct. of the National TraiiEeontincntHl deny the story of un evcning'pnper that (rouble lias developed In connection the substructure of tho bridge over the Selno River, thus threatening to de- lay the opening of (be new road. HIGH COMPIMF.NT TO EARL GRE'Y .London, Oct. Pall-Mall Ga- sselto v.Liys: "When wo say that eveii profoundly respected prince will ffnd a difficult task before him in succeeding fc-arl Grey we pay the highest complimonl poaalblo to seven yoara of strong nnd (earliest endeavor which mnde liie departing governor- general a friend of evory Cair.idraii." The C. P. R. llnoiv Kmpnaa of China 'Mch went ;ialiorn tu the Orient In nil- i'J a toUi Utt i ur Week-ehd Sale Still grows apace in favor. This page will pay you for careful study. Many here enumerated will mean a considerable! saving to you. Final Clean-up of Ladies' Tailored Suits Those smartly tailored suits that have been creating sufeh a sensatioiv have been re- duced for and Saturday we are offering this final clean-up at a price that will fairly astonish even those that are used to our drastjc reduc tions in these sales. These suits are In 8tac8'34 in. to 40 in., nil wool Herges, tweeds and panamus are included, tailored; tho best 6E linings and trimmings, in fact'suits tJiat were In the regular way from to On Friday nnd Saturday 'these will be Mold to the first cohlerg, all at one price Grocery Bargains Cross and Blackwell's; 2 Ib. tiutt. Regular for Cowan's 'Chocolate, ,2 Ib. pake. Regular 26c Strawberries, jier tin, regtilar 25c .20c fine cookers, per "100 Ibu. Ladies' One-Piece Dresseis T Tn conjuucLion with thie clearance of suits, we are. placing: on Bale 10 only One-piece Dresses, in plain, tailored styles. They include such useful as pananm cloth in black and navy; "Bedford' Cord and a few fancy all wool worsted stripes. These suits were all good value at (tQ Cfl to S17.00; biit for Friday SHturtlay we Include ihein In our offer for Unshrinkable Underwear For Friday aiif! Saturday we, are offering a'general clean up of our children's nat- mill wool and. white -wool underwear. Vests' drawers In all heavy .rib'bed piire, and absolutely unslirfnlt- able. These were our regular stock oC goods from 51.00 to All will be put in at one price to clear, at _..._.... .65c Also a complete range of sizes in Comulnations in nat.ural wool. Kegular for 65c per garment Infant's Eiderdowns ISiderdmvn Dressing Sacqucs for infants will form a special feature of our week- end sale when wo will offer our entire stock of these exceedingly useful and com 1 fortable. garments at immense reduc- tion. Cream, cardinal and sky are the main eqtprs, and all will 'be offered .at one price -..........................35q Boot Polishes "2 in 1" 2 tins for 25c Slippers, will Sell Rapidly at Bargain Prices Men's Velvet SHpptrii In brown. fancy de- fiigns, with patent ters, leather com- fortable and durable. Very special bargain Men's Felt Slippers Plaid lined, combination leather- and felt Soles, high "-backs.1 On Friday and Saturday only...............ji.25 The ''Kcsy" -.Slipper- A very special .offer, a few pairs only, oi' this Jiigh grade Olace Kid Slipper, rtegnlar for Children's, Girls' Misses Pale Blue Slippers fleecy turn down tops, blue pom poms, combination1 felt .and leathsi1 Childron's Girls' Mfctes' Women's 'Komfy''Slippers In black felt, with flex- ible Icatber soles, reduc- ed to 00 Baby's In white, blue, red, brown and chocolate. Very special clearance for the week end ,.25c' 40c 50c SOc Girls' Pebbled Bait A good sound comfort- able shoe 'for School wear. A ffreat at Boot Bargains Boys' Tan Toe capped, pertertteJl' quarters, medium -sab-' stance.sole, a ?ood boot lor Tall wear Men's Box Calf Bluchar Special tips, medium weight aole; sound work- ing boot on sensible and comfortable lines. Very Exceptional Bargain- Don't, miss our week-end clearance of oddments A A Regular for 91 -UU Men's Tailored Suits for Stylish Suits Of Unequalled Value This Creek's offer of Men's Suits is unprece- of very fine woven, I'll n cy of perfect ciit style and .finish, Inilorocl in the regular Hudson's .Bay alone is sufficient: guarantee. Suits ,lhnt would be excellent ynluo nt nnd J20.00. .ire all marked down to one cost will not bo considered. Friday and Saturday will witness some busy selling in file-so and 4 ftC many-dollars be saved by an early cnll. One price only.'. Hudson's Bay Company j r ;