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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiie Letiibi'iiige Daily The Fact That the kind of Furni- ture you are looking for to improve and fix up your-.hQmc for the win- ter is just the kind we have in stock. Comfortable Chairs and- Card TafeleS to while away the long evenings. Warm. Rugs and Car- pets for the floors. Cozy CurtSLtiis for those draughty; windows. Choice Goods at Reasonable Prices Furniture Go. 324 6th Street South Phone 483 ,U N.O'' FALL f The frost-is on the pumpkin and the campers homeward ilock, 'I'nere's.. a sad look appertaining- to the wilted hollyhock; The farmers have attended all the county fafrs; And the straw .hat's relegated to a THROUGH-THE EDITOR'S- EYES one city in South- ern Alberta that1 can raising] roses, carnations and all 'other cut] 'within '-the-'city "limits; raise theiii in; sufficient quantities soij that it is -not necessary to ship any to the .place beneath the stairs; Mr palms that would'so; well fill that empty corner .in the .re-' ception' Then we visited the rose consols and', here 'lingered, -so long the exquisite blossoms that, we; nad to. hurried tour through: the: other. houses. Seventy-five blos- soms had.-been plucked yesterflayl morning but one wouldn't -miss ror the "rose, room'' was a veritable 'Dower of fragrant buds and "half .open- ed beauties. i The carnation, house sent--forth its spicy fragrance -long before we reach- ed it, and here the En- cnantress. and Beacon were in riotous bloom. A multitude'., of deep Magenta asters filled--'the greater part of one .of jthe conservatories, and I-wondered that" these coukL.be used so decorating; were not. used- more for' their season is short and we roses and carnations year.-.round. in the chrysanthemum -will by Thahlisgiving Dajr, be .immense, snaggy "mums" are- how baby buds, but they-_have already donned their want quality .others-price. Sensible j. ,1 get both buy with ffattering" v Mrs. ittarlr" 505 "Ashinead street, :is holding room sale of art work today." The art exhibit be- continued .'.'jhis evening. stately and when ;theirUi maturity they will Blue Ki.bbou Tea. -If you don't find thi? tea superior to please Tetdrn'it' and get your money refunded. 'GR'EATER E M i N E f THAN ATNlflCliPATED No Hope of Gettirup Men Out Eleven Bodies Have Been .covered Re- Colo., Qct 12. Report- ing to "the remote workings of tie Colorado, Fuel, and, Iron Com- pany's mine .here, far wider ,.in ex- ;rhe who. .reside at j tent, than was ie "Bee Baiter a i'our. guests-deiisatluuy. Tuesday of-rescuers -emerged--.to-night the ing- complimentary Gielland "-'Wednesday ''after- .disappointment for of- from the... mineV Their report-brought naon "for Calgary, he win're- side Progressive-.games were played and1 a dainty menu served during CLUBS The "regular meeting the' en's Relief. i rheld'at-'the at 4 o'clock.' .ticlals and-, .watchers. ..--To-night the entombed miners are- still -behind-- a thousand feet of stbpe oiled high with Are; you with your milk supply If not, have been provedNto have the best milk in the' city.''.-''; broken tlmberjand "thousands- of" .tons.} of --debris dislodged blast. fierce t._ It is admitted" fceen. abandoned -of -finding life in- the underground Recovering Octi iiP-El- even bodies- of- oC Satirrd'ay, nighf s identified. Belgrade. Pri nee-George ft ver. Oct Crown typlfoid: f-e SUCH LUSCIOUS DOUGHNUTS as ours yo'u never tasted before, even "When mother used to malte them. And "vou can eat any num 'vber of our; doughnuts -without feajr of consequences, too s THEY ARE CRISP. fresh, and, y-. iihoui a suspicion of that' taste Try them as a sample pf how penectly this "baKery Ford St. Beside FiieJJall 7 "phone and give tnanks to a just God ing or the previous Sunday. in Proctor was given by an explosion; of dynamite that partly wrecked the bank. For an hour thereafter every man who ventured into the main street was shot at by one of .two bandits, wlio stood on the corner. The other two worked steadily trying to drill the inner door of the safe but finally'-gave it up and the four mounted and rode towards Sterling, shooting up the jtown as -they left. JMonday evening the Altar Society j of Patrick's .church other of their pleasant card socials in St. hall. v v T On Thursday- evening the- Misses Dodger, Dossett. Prouse, Thomas, Blegard, Dressr, Slocket; Mason and- Gillete, of- Mrs. Perry's. Sunday- school class, met at the 'Wesley ile- tnodist parsonage for the purpose of i organizing a Philathea Good Choking is a Simple matter you have a ifunt was in charge of organiza-l tion of the class. The officers -elected} were: Hon. -President, '-Mr. president. .Miss Lillian Po'dger; vice- president, Miss Dossett; secretary-.i treasurer. Miss "Grace Prouse; assist. treas., Miss Blezard; reporter, Miss Tnomas: teacher, Mrs. Perrjr. The executive will meet this after- noon to appoint three committees to -out ttie work organiza- tion. .Any young women of. the city not affiliated with any other Sunday- schools and wishing to unite with this class will be Jieartijy welcome: CUPID'S COURT I Co. Plione Round Street CLASS GROCERS AND PRO VISION The Store of Prompt Delivery Alberta i eas, ees are ii-ow in If you want a very choice' Blend of Coffee, try Kerrs Special at perlb. for This Coffee is one of We have.also a-.good Coffee at Perlb. Mocha and Java Coffee, pure at .Per Ib. We have.all the leading packers represented in our ........fl.OO TETLEY'S. 40c 50c: LIPTONS. aTp-er'fb. 40c-50cj per" IbV ,6pc.; GOLD STANDARD, at Ib. SALADA, at per Ib. .40c ..RIDGWAY'.S, per. Ib- ..------v V l40c; 50c- 'Happy Thought' There is no doubt about it. if you follow directions with or- dinary care and use a HAPPY THOUGHT you will get good re- sults -every tine. It -would seem (from _ the -number of groat improvements which have become a part of instance; there is the re- inforced the reservoir damper, by means of which you can boil water any the reservoir; the patented damper, which controls, the dis- tribution of the heat; the scien- tifically-proportioned firebox: accurately sized range light, flaky, golden-crusted biscuits that "he" likes, and the juiciest. crispest of meat roasts, if you choose the HAPPY THOUGHT for your assistant. If you have had cooking- fail- ur'es in the past, madam, you'll wipe their memory out in less than a. imorith, if you make .the HAPPT THOUGHT) that it would prove the greatest help .for the beginner ing. -'And if a boginneri can cook successfully on the HAPPY THOUGHT, madam, you can realize how easy it would be for a.r. experienced.housekeeper like vourself. PO are patented fe.-nures to, be found only in the HAPPY THOUGHT range. When the HAPPY THOUGHT comes into your kitchen, cook- ing troubles fly out the doorC" You can bake the daintiest and sweetest cookies, the light-. cst and most, delicious cake. the HAPPY William Buck Stove your new stove THOUGHT. Ask your friend who nas one else call on the local deal- er and have him tell you about the HAPPY THOUGHT. He'll be gla-d to give you the informa-, tion without considering you un' aer any obligation to buy. Agent Limited, Brantford. GEORGE H. LING LethbrW m. Holmes McVicar Kev. A. J. Prosser solemnized the jj -.ir.rriage 6f Holmes of Leth- i and Dorcus McVicar, Dunoon, the Baptist parsonage, Oct. 8. Mr. and Mrs. 'Holmes .re residing in this city St. Theodore's church, Taber, sv. A. Kanson celebrated the mar- of Miss Isabel, daughter of Mr. Mts. Alex Primrose, formerly ct' nrrie, Ont.; and Mr. Harold A. Brown Taber. The bride wore a smart tailored of navy blue broadcloth with col- -.-.ot" Irish lace, and a large plumed of white corded She car- n snower of bride's roses. Miss. ljrimrose was the pretty brides- ,'ii.', and -Mr. Roy Stanley assisted groom. TIvc bride was given away by "her 'roiUer. Mr. Scott Primrose. b'oUov.-itig the ceremony Mr. 'and rs. -Brown left, amidst 'a shower -.raetti, for the East where their oneymoon will be spent. They -will c at home after Nov. first at tucir home, Hough street west, Taber. OUR GROCERY AND PROVISION DEPARTMENT IS UNRIVALLED IN THE CITY stock is of excellent quality aucToiir prices are rock bottom. 1- Tartan Brand Canned Goods in all kinds at .prices whicb help to make up for the bad crops. Bad times affect PRICES HELP EVERYBODY. ;v v Good times will always be with" you if you buy care- fully and .buy well. f PROVISIONS A very limited supply NEW LAID EGGS at dozen NEW LAID. OUR FANCY CREAMERY .BUTTER will' please you at, per Ib............................35c Very full bodied. DAIRY from the ranch an per Ib.....................................30o CANADIAN CHEESE, at tb. ,20o SWISS CREAM per.'lb. ........35o ROQUEFORT At per Ib........'-55c HAM AND packers, at per sliced .....................-.............30c Special attention is slicing. -V- 'FRUITS ONTARIO CONCORD basket All sound and good quality. .35c COOKING case EATING Or for .............S2.15 ...-............25c ..........40c per dozen dozen -----..................-45c ONTARIO basket ;