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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta That ttoej kind of Furni- ture ypii are looking for to and fix up your home for the win- ter is just the kind we have in stock. Chairs and Card Tables to while away thfelong evenings. Warm Rugs and Car- pets: fop the floors. Cozy for those windows. at Reasonable Prices me Lethbrtage Herald. Saturilav. Furniture Co. South Phone 483 It "All Depends on You friends are not bought Nor found, by chance- Not friends worth while. No'goW can buy Nor gift enhance That kindly- smile. v Vou'll not mistake, A friendship .true, A subtle something's in it: That opens the heart, And only, few Can enter there and win it. must it all ends) As. free as air. Tis true if; you have need -.To search" friends Something is; wrong with you. .Greene Foster. OUR-PASTRY AND' CAKE' BEATS EVERYTH1NG T .that- you- ever- counters are things' to eat, that 3ust -make cypu hungry to look at. Itjs not all-in fTHE EATING as; goodness': asserts'! 'itself most pleasingly. try-our baking for once-'--we'll het_ a.'doughnut you never bother again with bating own pastxv ford Stv Beside Fire Hall Five Koses and Harvest Queen Mom The.choice of good housekeepers "Unbleached yet white as HIRKESIQOEEN MARKETS SOCIAL "AND PERSONAL Visitfn.q Days Hostesses. Monday: Mrs. Reeve." ,Mrs. George-P. Dennis Mt this icrniug on-a visit to Toronto, Cat. 31rs. H. B. Williamson, 1231 Court-- and street, will tomorrow morn- ing Jor a month's'-visit in Moose Jaw and the East. Napier Smith, of' the Bank 01 Mont- real; been '-transferred to Ray- and left on-Wednesday for that Herald. Mrs; Mark Bebrds will continue her 'sale.of. art work at her home, 505 Ash- mead street, this, evening .early of the coming week. i Air., and'Mrs. have returned three, months' visit Mr. old England. Mr.jBayr get back to Leth- fridge and Is .here to stay. Mrs: Prank Colpruan and family, .fourth avenue, returned this after noon from Indian "Head., where they have been'-visiting for several'weeks Mr. Cblpma'n. will'.nonreturn'tor some days ret. W.'-T. Pattonf1_______ at.Coutts. is in the Mrs L tneir encores. At half time delicious refreshments were served by the com- mittee, M.essrs. W. R. Seatle, E. Pow- er, J. Q. Robertson, E. Jackson, W. K. Newcomb and J. A. R. Rome. Many. Canadians, especially Ottawa people, will much lament to hear-of the death of Lady Sybil. Lascelles, wife of Major William Scots Guards, and a Earl Grey and Lad publication" just to hand. Dur- ing l the first-year of' Lord Minto's term as. governor-general of Canada. Lady as she then was, .epenKthe. winter with her aunt, Captain being one of "-Lord Minto's at the time. She ;ame_ a'favorite in Ottawa society, ind accompanied Lord and Lady..-Min- o, their .visits, to Montreal-'and onto. The first .public appearance of. heir Exceifencies'.'in Montreal was at a large floral bell above the centre of the table arid white satin streamer's from it to ends. in the cen- tre was the large four-story wedding cake, and white chrysanthemums and roses were placed in: vases 'around it. Dotted plants were most artistically through the rooms. and Mrs. Grant left, on Thurs- day on an extended trip to the'' coast; and' on their return they will 'make their .home in this city. The traveling costume of the bride was of old rose; see wore a large black picture hat with .Herald. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Monday NO MORE DISTRESS No Qyspepsia, performance 'given by a local dra- matic. club' aid" of charity. Lady .Sybil. formed one. of thb parc-V St. Altar" Spcietv ;are making cit-ensivc .preparations-rforthe card -party they are pfenning "to hold in St. Augustih's Parish. Hall Monday, on _, the or of -Meth- odist Sundav> school met ai -his resi- dence, 1210 Third -avenue, 'south, for the, purpose. organizing V-The Win- ners! class: elected were Hon. vice H. 0-aK" secretary' e.. E'. Mi tfordr, -.treasurer, Zealand; teach burn or Indigestion Fiye Minutes" Later J- Every family" here ought to V'keep'' some Diapepsin in the as- any one of you may have attack frf In- digestion or Stomaca trouble at any time, day or night. This harmless preparation, gest anything you eat and overcome a distressed, stomach.'; five minutes afterwards. V If: your .meals don't' 'tempt you, what little you do eat seems 'to fill you, or lays. .like a lump of lead .your stomach, or. if, you have burn, that -is a sign 'of .Ask your Pharmacist- f or case' of Pape's and a .lie-tie -just as soon as uriH be no ;soiir ho" belching of undigested food mixed no -stomach gas-'or heartburn, f II fr fMu-l U-T, Mr. The. following, com- mittee, werv, out .CUPID'S COURT Kev. .Weeks- Oscar D. -Hannop Weeks, M.D., and is improving-very.rapidlp from h Stock 'Liverpool, Oct and Co., "that THE. -CABBAGE tflere trade Birk- ennea ennead market" arid' f Seats.'will-'go'on sale Monday Get readily 'prices' did not 17 Drug and Book advance last week's "quota- S3 t u -for the _engement -of Liebler and ons and undertone 'of; the'.market -VIA. ujitjpiej" ann j Uj. uie marKet the'engagegent of Liebler and Tange lim and indication that [the. Cabbage the play which i scored .'such a .decided success -at I Terry's theatre in London recently, 1 and. -which playing to packed i houses 'throughout the United States for the ysist' seven seasons. The mere announcement of the coming of -with its coterie of' quaint ('.Kentucky types, is aU that is neces- to-insure; enormous .patronage engagement will be at the Ma- f-jestie theatre.' there would be" reduction in pri- ces at present 'quotations States steers -from-13% to ".14 cents': Canadian from '12% to 13'% cents, and ranchers from to 12 cents per BYLAWS took place today on two' money bylaws, street railway and Agricultural as- jsocmtion grant; both carrying fey large margins, the total vote how- ever 'being: comparatively small. GROWS A RECORD GERANIUM San Oct.. Uiener, a gardener of; -Colma, has per- fected a geranium that, is-six: inches in diameter, which is pronounced >by experts one of the most extraordinary acnievements in floral culture. Diener also has producedl carnations four or five inches in diameter by." crossing tnem with the "prosperity'.' pink. He has secured fifty-seven 'varieties of daniias, and is now trying to produce a blue dahlia. HEBPICIDE Fools the Calendar Don't look older just as easy to look While lack of: hair is not. aiwaysi an indication of age, it is frequently such. A person well advanced in years pos- sessing a good head of hair spoken of as "well Everyone can retain beautiful: lux- uriant hair if they make -the effort- n almost every instance poor hair" bi he loss of hair may.be traced to the activity of the dandruff germ ro's Herpicide kills .this germ puts the scalp in a perfectly healthv condition. With the destruction of the andruff germ, the haid no longer drops The itching of the.'scalp stops almost at once. -operation-- undggwent ago and which was entirely successful. .SheAwas removed yester- day from the Gait' hospital' Mrs. Van -Harlem's-home. i r- f j, "f That old''age" bar'to work and enjoyment is conclusively proved by Mrs. Katherine Macquoid, the .famous English novelist, who, though'she.cel- ebrated the eighty-sixth anniversary birth a few days ago, .completed one story and started on another. '..._ if if J. D. Higinbotham. Mrs. Higiuboth- and family from the East. -an'c Old and young delight in the rich- nessanddeiidous- ness of COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA. COWAN PEHFICTIflM COCOA It suits every taste. The Cowan Co. TORONTO. You caii always en JOT s Herpicide is the original remedy for which there are manv stitutes, preparations claimed' to be as good." You don't have to ac cept a substitute. Insist upon genuine Herpicide. For sale by all druggists. Applka turns obtained at good barber .shops: Si5 aTway guaranteed. Send lOc in postage tc The Herpicide Co., Dept. Mich, for sample and book, Snts Ud" returned last .night They :are--taking' up taeir residence at the -home of R. J. Gordon; Courtland street, -they Jiave leased for six months. Mr. Hig- j.nbotham went east last August but 'Mrs. Jiiginfootham and family" have been living- in Toronto' and Guelph Orit., for over two years. f B Mrs.s.T. B. Reuter yester- day for the first ticne this season and a number of greeted dur- Hannop, both of-Card- at ofMr. 1116 south, at TlSGTait TeVening by the'-Rev. f r. l'' Celebrated with all the Scotch rites and customs'was: the marriage of Miss Margaret MacFarlane, youngestLdangh ter of Donald -Morrison, SiJO Fifth avenue west, Calgary, to' Alexander "XJrant- of Cranbrook, yes- teraay. -Kev. J; A.' Clark-of the Knox Pres- byterian ciiui-ch- .performed the cere- mony in the presence of a large num- ber of relatives and friends. bride, wfcoV was given away by ber father.and five brothers, wore a handsome white silk gown ,en train; and trimmed with beautiful rose point She wore .the xegnlatipn" veil, held, in; place by-a -coronet of orange blossoms and carried a basket' of pale Livingstone, -W Devotional--L. chairman; j- 'Mr.. J.? -Mathers. J '''chairman C. E. Gay Floral and W. H. Financial Gay, or heavy feeling in the Nau-: sea, Debillitating: ness or intestinal griping. go, and, besidesV'-ihere wilif sour lood left over in the toipoi your., breath with' nau-seus Pape's Diapepsin .is', for stomachs, ;b''ecaaise it" J prevents fermentation and: of your food and digests W'-'jiist Relief in live minutes from" airJs'tom- ach misery at any drug ing foe you. These large 50-cent cases contain more.than sufficient to almost any chronic case of Dyspepsiarrndit gestion or any other Stomach trouble Mrs; Kaake 'kindly- re- freshments; ,not: con- nee ted with any other: Sunday school- will be made BATTLESHIP LAUNCHED Oct. The Japanese tleship Kacachi of "tons 'was launched today at fokeunku- the Em- ,peror witnessing the4auneh'ing. 0OUT IT? pmk- carnations, roses, and ferns. Her Drioesmaid, .-Miss. 'of EnglanB, embroidered ;rpbe trimmed -carried shower bouquet of w'hftfe''.', chrysanthemums, roses ,and Little Sheffield; a dainty -blue a charming lit- tle flower girl. She also carried white chrysanthemums, roses and ferns. udhald Morrison, the .bride's nephew, n-_a white sailor suiti: acted as page. Duncan brother of the A druggist's: customer asked that, question, regarding a patent v medicine. Tne druggist liad sold the yearsi but forced to admit that _mofe ;about, it than what appearedron theyiabeli ;wrapper and The claims made'for-tliat particular patent medicine were so: extcayagant that the druggist decided to find a line 'of-remedies something about. supported, -the groom. The. wedding march was played by George-Ja'ckson-as-the 'bride entered he drawing room on her father's arm! nd took her position under a floral! ell. The groom's gift to the bride in- cluded a gold watch, a bracelet and a pearl necklace which she wore. Mrs. Morrison, the. bride's mother, was -gowned in handsome Wack silk. Many and costly were the presents received from..the friends and rela- tives of the young couple. After the ceremony, congratulations Having been tendered the young cou- ple, all the party, left .the.house in manufactured by a houie with a solid repu- tation of over half a century. The formulas are exceptionally good ones and art freely %mshed to: the Drug Trade. There are no secrets, simply... because they are honest and have nothing to conceal. 'If we did not believe in them we would.not recommend them to you. U.UJ.- ing the afternoon and enjoyed a pleas-f Om an took a lons ride irL _'... the country. On their return they sat down to a sumptuous dinner at 8 o'clock. The table was most "elaborately decorated 'g time is heVe, pro- [y these three recipes will be good to have: French Pickle- Take one peck of green tomatoes li medium sized cabbage, 6 largs onions 6 large peppers, chop all fine, allowin- the tomatoes to drain before to the others. Add 1 cup of mustard- seed, 2 pounds brown sugar, gallon I of vinegar. 2 tablespoonfuls of cin- namon, i tablespoonful each allspice, cloves and .black pepper, one-third cup Cook one hour and pack in of salt, jars. ant chat with the hostess and her mo- J. W. Wills, -who is visiting ler from Nyssa, .Oregon. The. rooms were brightened with fragrant En- chantress (pink) carnations, and at the prettily adorned tea table Mrs. and Mrs. Gow served the tea flour dainties. .England has just seen'the ninetieth birthday of the novelist's husband, Mr. Thomas Macquoid, R. L, the well water color and black and while artist, and recently the couple celebrated the fifty-ninth anniversary of their, 'wedding day. LH.Q vcLSJa.ii