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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE .tETmRDXGE DAILY HERALD That the kind of .Furni- ture you are looking for to -improve and fix up your home for the win- ter is just the kind we have in stock. v Comfortable Chairs and Card Tables to while away the long evenings. Warm Rugs and Car- pets for ;the floors. Cozy Curtains.. for those draughty windows. Choice Gqofls at Reasonable Prices Furniture Co. 324 6th Street South Phone 483 The hostesses tomorrow -will be .Mrs. F. .H. Mrs. E. A.' Cunningham. SOCIAL. AND PERSONAL VISITING DAYS maid, and Mr. Harry Rose was best man. -'0r. -Norman "Wilson and Mr Charles Evan's-Wilson-were the ush-, ears'. Owing to-the-fleathiot' a relative jof the bride, this which ;lto have been and merry! .Mrs. T. F. receives on very celebrated- second and'fourth Thursdays of each-'recepnon heen -cancelled alto- month instead of the third Tuesday' Sether.-Toromo Saturday Night. as. announced yesterday.. Miss t. Lewis; of 'Calgary, is spend-' ng a few ;days w.ith Mrs. W. H- Mor-' 10th -St; Spul-h, f T-'-Mrl aM Henry Galvin The unfavorable weather did not pre- vent the eohgr-ega'tion til' "Westminster Church from turnin -Miss -Galun at Pincber City, the guests of Mr. and1 Mrs. it. w; last- night to honor the -pastor and his ;pvife, Rev. A. A, and Mrs. Lytle on the occasion of the second anniversary of j The -engagement of Captain Albert Gooderham, -of Deancroi't, eldesr sor. of Colonel Gooderham, their marriage. Mr. and .Mrs.' Lytlr, had been .invited out and were called to .the church' .when all was arranged for' their reception. "As 3ie asked tfoe-m. to -come, to the. .platform the chairman unveiled a .large'three- storey hscripuire cake which hacS.been out a tnenu in a chosen color. ..a-ttracnve- ly made and fiat and oval.' 'i'he famous and delicious .Roach-Tis-.i dale chocolates ate toother additional line of perfect 'cfcoeolaies "that. the I [Mr. A. E. -Kemp, of Castle'i 'a, .is .announced in Toronto. To march, Accompanied -with; an address Mr. presented- with a 'gold nd. Jocket and Mrs, Lv- braSS tea ketUe wmh Spiril? plans to make tie occasion a T THE'PEOPLE OF' have long since learned' to. appre- .elate the unique specials I offer from time to time. Those who .watch, out for these ads or keep tab on my window, win get snaps un- heard of. Some of these 50 per cent, below cost: Think of a Lady's Welted pat. but. ox. It is ridiculous but I have a few left that must go. Also a bu'nqh" boots, sizes 6 and 7 _Get in early after they must go quickly: They are to be f6und The Crosby Shoe Store 114 Round St. IFORTUNATES THEBEST ;TJiey Can TeU Good Re- Works- for i Them I '.'The Good Samaritan'1" was the theme of Evangelist Aikchs at AVes- ley Church .last night, based -on the text in JLuke There was not a large attendance present, owing to the unfavorable weather, but those present listened to a most earnest and profitable. dis- course 'on a theme that showed how applicable to present-day conditions 'the parable was. It was'shown to be a picture 01" humanity in "man 7 'of its- phases. The man Found by 'the way- side was an unfortunate had fallen among thieves. He was travel- ling the common highway, un-donfc.ted- i ly. engaged in legitimate was set upon and robbed and serious- ly injured. The man was unfortunate GEO. TAYLOR'S for choice fresh Out Flowers, Eoses. Oaf nations, Tilv'of the j Valley. And all other Flowers in .sea- son. Funeral Designs, .Wed- ding Bouquets and Plants of all kinds for sale r.ent. Free delivery to, all parts of the city. GEO, TAYLOU FLORIST Corner -London' Road; Phone 675 p. 0. 1353. Tfce -of Miss Dandurand of- Senator- and Mrs! Daadurand, to-Mr.-Jacques de -Gaspe of-tie Hon Louis and Mrs., Beaubien, takes today in Montreal SJrJ -and Mrs. or have issued invitations -marriage of'.their -daughter, Edith to' ivlT., Cyril Kenny Kirk, o Octobe" 26, at 2.SO o'clock in St. Jamesvcaaedral. Reception at were a decided suc- .after ceremonv !cess' Mr" Mrs. -Lytie_replied in a j manner -characteristic of their work two yea'rs. and a contest on >tl the scripture cake, which, of -as the wedding .caker the evening's enjoyment., the church orchestra added imuch .to the "pleasure" of the evening Senator ,anr Mrs..: Watson-'of. served by the ia- tage la Prairie, announce the s" -daughter, Alice Isabel ''Is slKW? "by the oi jDoys and girls, young and old-sT people Winnipeg Wheat Winnipeg, Oct. opened 96. closed 95 38; Nov. .opened. 3-8, clos- ed 94 '7-8; Bee. opened 93 U lo No. 2 white Oats ,31 OUR PASTRY CAKE The that you ever ate Our counter! are crowded.with things to eat, that just mate hungi y to look at, It-is not-all either. (Continued froin- front !to -of xh.4 Prairie. The Adding in. November, 'Barker, accountant Merchants- Bank, Portage 'ic take place also be- i cause ,he was "down. Much could be said1 011 behalf of those who wc-r-e majority of whom were down through :no_jdirect their own. Perhaps they had been' reared in narrow courts, surrounded by rum- shops, gam-jling hells n.nd brothels, as alas too often is the case. Environ- ment has so much to do- with a man's J Dr. de Van's Female Pills "_A reliable French regulator, -never -fails. These werful all cheap imitations. :rtox, or three Mailed to any address. ScobeU Xtmg Co., St. Cathartnea, Out. This congregation of St- Augustin's Church, -will be in the" Parish hall from eight to eleven o'clock. musical programme "will-he rendered during the evening. In "spite of the wet weather it is hoped, the members 'and friends of the Congregation will make a special effort'to ;atten'd. Miss who :has been visiting'Mrs.i-Geo. B. jVIacKay. Westminster 'left -for. the east today.- jViiss Cntten has lust returned! from the coast Rupert-She' made the trip'lnWth.f.on the Trunk Pacific steantstiip lines ;-and'l a finan-1 present last night, -Mr. and are by, lib le holiest 'es- congregatiou and this -together with the fact that they have he unanimous support oi adherents of fc they are the religious, the wrong way. This could TV-as the 5: befall anyone. Be. would religion cial writer of the NW York Pbst.anci writes for'other eastern papers. 9 The marriage of'a Miss' Gwendolyn like to s'ee 1 Mirian, "daughter of and Mrs. liam Gear, this citv. and Mr. Calgary, wiH he'sol- age man Christian people are lor quickly slops coaahs, cures heals ths lorcat oad, Itiaes 25 t-ef -s. b-i a ii i much oi the environment that is bad {because of the ability they have of I remedying conditions, but fail to do j so. Next the man was suffering. Suffer- ing is typical of pain and distress JT tin- community. No Christian ninn or. M-ornan should hold themselves aloof j pend upon approach than the man with no reli- Church F- T. parsonage tomorrow gion, because of the necessity to un- 1 afternoon at -two thirty o'clook. On- 1-carn what he has. How can a man know whether he lias the right- kind oi rcJigipn or .not.. Let those of our community who are down answer that question. If the people of the area ami other social out- account of the illness of the bride elecfs father the -wedding will be celebrated very quietly. the. members and ;j church in the _ has -enabled the'-church to make re- markable progress 'during the tw-c years and a half of its existence. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. of the rainy. weather last evening, about seventy five guests -en- joyed the-delightful musical and card party St. Angustin's. .Parish' hall. by. the Ladies' Altar Society, of, St...Patrick's church. Biner's six-piece orchestra added.greatly to the even- ing's., pleasure .with a number of spir- ited selections solos' were 'render- :by -Miss Rose Seary., Mr English, Professor Trambley -delightful duet sting by Mis? Dayidson and Professor 'Tranbley. Af- ter; the -programme cards- were played ttt'-eigtueen tables ,and at tthe -dose of thfe. evening the honor favors -werr a-warded 'Mrs. Vegle, .Mrs. Griffith. jVIr. Bolster and Mr. GoVvi The ladies served light refreshments during the on third. '-.Murphy- doubled' in the same and Barry was. out, "Ritchie to Chance, placing Murphy on third. Thomas, drove a bingte. tojeft, scoring -Murphy. Coombs. was: out at "first by Chance unassisted. Strunk .'doubled to right scoring. Thomas.- --Sheckard muffed Lord's fly and Strunk1 scored. Lord was out Kling to, JTin- Six 'runs: this inning is where, the -real goodness itself most, pleasingly Just baking for otice; we'll bet a. doughnut, you ne'-er bother again with baking your own or cake. Ford, St Beside Fiie JiaD PhoiiellSl evening. Ten members of the. Women's Ra lief Society met yesterday afternoon -the Athletics' made five includ- ing three' two-baggers.) Eighth' innings to. left; Tinker lifted fly'-tb Baker; Klihg took first on balls. to bat for.Ritchie .struck but. four pitched' balls. .Coombs .passed Sheck- ard. Three men" ,-were'left "on. vbasei. when.-Schulte ;pppped Collins. No runs. -Ritchie .'put right over the'-base, 'Collins drove ball- into the right field-crowd- for two bases. took third on Baker's out- at unas'sisted. Davis .out at first, unassisted. Murphy-was thrown to Chance. No run's... r Ninth Innings. .singled to left.. Chance was thrown out at Col- lins to Davis. Zimmerman doubled to BUILT UP BY THE ATT the Nursing Mission, was presided over by the president TIie Carriage of Miss Miriam iMrs- G- Robinson, and a number thai a man Tas Sweeny, daughter of the Bishop of To- jof 'important matters were disposed] left, scoring an easy out, Barry to Bavis. Tinker was given his base .on, balls.. Kling hit to Barry and latter stepped to sec- The sessioa'jond. forcing Tinker. One run. the -right of feligion vou can de- ronto, and Mr. Reginald Hebet Ed- or she it for you. Fsftyrr ilifc irom the suffering in their midst. The can't fool them. The kind of man who deliberately passes by the work that appeals to the unfortunate sutlerinc; maa is the priest or ievite j is the one tiat has the lasting bene- Tberc are only two fit- sides to the problem, either a man is sin A Christian has more to do than and pray wait for a crotvn. monds. Bank of Commerce, Belleville was celebrated in St. Alban's Cathed- ral at half-past two o'clock on Wednes- the father of the bride perform- ing the ceremony, and Mr. George Rj Sweeny, her uncle, bringing her in and I of- The secretary-treasurer. MrsJ BUDGET The- Simmons, read. The following report, j of Trade UC111 ai submitted by the superintendent, Miss] dra CaiV at- one o'clock' Emma Robinson: '.ifiS of the Board be bel-d at. the Alcxaa- tomorrow, Report of work from April 12th, 1910 Let.lihridge ex-pects every curler to to Oct 12th, 1910, inclusix-e- do hls dllly T'Onisnt.-and attend. -Uie made to the pa-1 to hrld in the council chamber at S.3fi o'clock." .Germany, Oct. 17. published show a remarkable effect in, cessation, of .tariff war since conclusion of the provisional .agreement- with Canada., The Gennaii. exports to .Canada -in six from -March cent; Canada's exports to Germany increased' rorty-fire.per cent. .The ex-; ports of some ,feinds of Ger-' man hardware increased four hundred per cent. The figures give great satisfaction -here. Germany's efforts will be, di- rected towards extending pro- visional agreement into a de- finite commercial treaty. were given in the bmi aban.'lomui. Tht: rrivtic on iati.ludc 35, 53, ]8. Uostnn. cunditioDK li.nh ior v.-in-'li-ss and ;1 from the. airship hail bi-c-n received at any wireless .station along the At- lantic from to Sable Island at. one-fni-riy this mornin.c.. Sablc Islann gum! weather vitii clear moon and winds. J-'rom reports. 'Iiowcvi-r, of hcaw frost and snow just hronqht, down TO Iscv.-roundlr.nd ports'by vessels the UVilnian'parlv is likely lo'verc v.-eathc-r ii. reaches its northernmost poijit on the journey providin-j ;he balloon been driven farther to mmaniiy aroiuid us. Every man-Is The man vvho is nee.dsjquet was of white >in'lim-s- Kath- ccessarily dependant Vm others The nlosi- the'touch of sympathy. Sweeny was her sister's brides- busmess man is the far- I Good Samaritan u-ith his favorable I Tm'r' the mechanic and the miner, the llirn UP and placed weak- on 1he strong, etc. The, Train No. 313 missed-'No. 97 B'inmote -junction last-night. The C. C. Pagnueio Wine and Spirit Co. have tentatively purchased from atj R. E. Sherlock, lot" 16, block "l'8'V on' Fifth street, south, directly The aij.' I him upon his own conveyance. of civilixation3 can be measured someone else "io do it, only by care taken--of: its. w-eaker ones The man, was stronger, also typical of prcsenl-day conditions. Very little-is known V- of each other. litlk- is known-'.even 'of our- sHvcs. but he did it: himself. And this is where the Christian stands for most in the eyes of those he wouH labor for. The sympathetic touch does rnore than moralizing. It- appeals to This will Stop Your Cough, in a Hurry Save 52 by Making This Cough Syrup at Home. For 10 No nation h? Is opportunity Of bccrnnrag the- Goot! iJarS? nor" h his SaTnnrtran jncaicrs not to be A Samaritan like Canada has: Thf> rvn i "wi iron. "Ponunity romns extend Contact a helping hand to .ihose'who are com- ing in around The first man io lra've; 'opporlun- :iy lo reader assistance was the priest, mentioned-in the uun liie route originally plan- rescntarivc of, by on the other-side. He afraid of coming the fallen man or woman, hut to stand ready to stretch helping hand to rescue' the perishing and care for the dyinn- LOCAL BUDGET This recipe makes of better cough syrup than you" could buy ready-made for A' few dose's usually conquer the most- obstinate cough stops even whooping cough quickly. Simple as it is, no better remedy can be had at any price. Mix two cups oT granulated sugar water, and. stir Don't use as much "Black Knight have beer, using of other stove polishes. You don't r.ccd as much, to bring a brilliant, lasting polish to the iron-work. A little cf "Hiack Kcight" a way. Aadyou get a bigger box of "Black Knight" than uf any other stove polish that.sells for loc. B THE F. DALIEY CO. UMiTES, HAMILTON, Onl Makers of tha famous' "2 In t" Shoe Polish. 20 was j years of age, visited r some months seven years bottle; has a pleasant taste and lasts a fam sixty-eight, ily a long time. Take a teaspoonful in Lcthbridge every one. two or three hours. 19 patients were attended free charge. To these 356 visits were made patienrs, free medical in the form of prescriptions. fcy_the attending doctor., patient'