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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, October IS, 1910 THJB. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 9 HOTEL ARRIVALS J. F. j.pjii- cago; E. T. Fitzsinimons, Burraisi; J. Harrison. and wife, L. H. Bu1- terfield, Warner; M. Rosentaum, Tor- onto; M..J- Bover, Pincher Credo; R. J. Coleman, Calgary; 'C. A'; Hunt, Milk Riven; C. T. Hunt, Milk River: T. A. Underwood and wife, Grassy Lalcet; A. Montgomery, Toronto: S. S. Richardson, Whitla; Ed: Pophani; Barons; B. J. Campbell, Fred Gun- lock, Lewis I ten, Macleod; Mrs. and Miss McDonald, New Dayton.1; Mrs. James Pent, Petrolea1; K. Lacy, Bar- net, B. 0.1; J. A. Jocliern, Milk Riv- er; Lawrence 'Grady Alta.r.' A. M.-McMahon, J.. Woods, Calgar-y.; W. R. C. A. Scaulan, Helena; H- A. McMillan, Edmonton; T. H. 'Ka'veuey, Minne- apolis. M. Hunt. Win- nipeg; F. IT. Lutz, Montreal; Colonel Gruixshankg, Calgary; M. Mimdell, Winnipeg; J- Donpue, Wm. Waiter. Bellair, St. H. Phelps, St. Louis; H. G. Hamman, Ixippi; F. C. Lutcli, E. F. Wilhrow. j Dunlop, Calgary; J. H. Boyle, j wife and child, Granurn; A, R. Thomp j so_n and wife, Seven Persons; M. B. j Pierce, Calgary; .James Walsh, TV, McDonel, Enderton, N.D.i; C. G. -Jackson, Winnipeg; W. B. Scott, A. .1. Patterson, Toronto; A. J. Kiappl, Ferniei; ,S. .McKenna, P. Watson, Cal- >V. 0. Watson, Bellevue; G. S. Lenhart, New Earl Kelsev. Banft; Ellis. Thomson, Toronto; Fred. Peacock, W. M. Hard- ing, Toronto. HOW MANY REALIZE THE WELLGifS VAliOFFBUIT fl HOT DISEASES Wonderfo! Success of "Fniit-a-fivis" Tlie Famous Fruit Mes'icine Fruit juice consists of about 91% water, 8% of sweet matter, and only i% of an intensely bitter substance. Careful experiments show that it is this -bitter principle, which. is the .active or medi- cinal material of fruit juice. Under certain conditions, the bitter principle .can be made to "replace or transform some of the sweet atoms in the juice, thus making a'new comjpoujid which is thuch more active medicinally than the ordinary juice. Many f raits -were analyzed and It was found that the juices of apples, oranges, figs and prunes gave the best results. These fruit juices, having been made _ more active by the .secret process of G. changing the sweet principle into the oitter, are combined with tonics and antiseptics and made into tablets. These tablets are the famous fruit "Fruit-a-tives" every parl of. Canada for their wonderful curative qualities in diseases of the .Stomach, Livery Bowels, Kidneys and Skin. 11 Fruit-a-tives is the only medicine in the -world made of fruit: juices. 500 S. Newman. Okotoksc M. C. Hammett, Spring; Hen- ry ..Kultgcrs, Warner; A. H. DeMara, Calgaryi; F. W. Manton, H. Folsom, Cardslqn: A.'Gofl', Cal- gary; 'Cnarlcs Moirj- Maple Creak; M. MacKen-xie, Norman MacKenzic, Grassy. _L. Base, Reid Hill; Will Jacoby, Grey Eagiq; R. Jack- a box, 6 for 'or -.trial size, -250 is the root cf inaBy forms of sicltness and of an endless amount of bmnan misery. Dr. Morse's Fills, tHorbiiglily tested by t: over.fifty years of use, have been proved a safe and certain cure for constipation and 4 all kindred troubles. Try tliem. 2Sc. a. bos. son, J. H. Calgary.; R. A. Armstrong, C. B. Gray, Va- lier. Mont.; George Corc.oran. Con- rad Mont.; N. Barker, River, Ont.; G-to. K. BeaLty, Stavely. SIR CHARLES REFUSES TO DIE Montreal, Oct. it the comet or Sheldon, that upset the Montreal papers asked Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper, when he had read'an, evening paper that he WUB to 19111 hands with Sir Wilfrid Laurier, and that both had been seen at the Wind- sor conspiring for the defeat of the Conservative party at the next fedef- al elections. "The day I am seep working with Sir Wilfrid Laurier. for the benefit of the Liberal added Sir Hibbert, "you may look "for. the end of the world." The ter of justice, who by the way, say'S- he is out of politics; is in. weekly communication with his fat-her, Sir Charles Tupper, Bart, and the health' of.the ex-minister is, his son. says', remarkably good. In fact. Sir Charles, says' he will not, die while the- Grits are in power here in Canada. eoi-reio BY "UNO" AND PERSONAL -VISITING DAYS tomorrow win be: Smith, 536 Burdett St. and Miss Dawson will receive' for.-..the first time in Leth- bnclge tomorrow afternoon between the "hours of four and six at their 1'415 Cdiirtiand street (corner William' and Counland streets.) S Mrs. G: R. Tinning will receive for tne, first time in Lethbridge tomor- row afternoon at txer apartments in tne Union Bank building. Mrs. Benson C. Brown, G25 Ash- mead street, WH receive comorrow artemoon for'the first time since her residence in Lethbridge. f A. ti. Stewart will not receive comorrow.. SUPERINTENDENTS KE-SELECTEDt Methodist Mission Work in Western Canada Provided Foi' Toronto, Oct. Methodist, Mission Board at the afternoon ses-' T. -Ross. Warner; sion re-elected the following officials.- Vv. F. Dean, Sundial; ;Geo. S. .Ferlitr, j cn tllii suggestion Oi Rev. James Al-': Wni. P. Nolan, CharapiOiii; J. 0. Ror- nen, the general Rev. nicke and. wife, Eyr.ernore; Joe Ber- j assistant secretary inger, M. J. Bohmer, Chinf; M. Grady, Winnifred: Alfred Cooner, Couits. Kuhl. Cards- ton; A. Sales, Barons; G.-M. Blare, K. Blair, Granumi; R. E. Johnston, Port Frank Jas. Mechain and wife, W. 0. Sponcler, Reid J-Jill. Fisher, Stirling; D. R. Richmond, Calgary.; R! C. Han- Worcester, Mass.; John' Cousins, H- Champion; Matt K earns, Geo. Parker, Calgaryr, C. Henderton., Pehhold, John Smith, Vancouver. the home Rev. 0.- DST- "win, superintendent of Saskatchewan Rer. T. C. Buchanan, sup- erintendent ol Alberta Missions; Rev; J. N. White, superintendent of Brit- ish Columbia Missions; Rev. T. Mar- shall, .superintendent of missions in the Maritime Mr. S. R. Parsons was selected deputy treasurer of the general board of missions. The home mission committee in re.- porting recommended that be granted for-the erection ci- an-'instituT tion and church in Bellevue, Crow's Nest Pass, that be appropriat- ed for the erection of a kindergarten. and .Mrs. K. Bentley announce the engagement ot" their daughter, Margaret Sidney, to R. G. Dinning, manager of tUe Merchants' Bank ai Castor, Alta. The marriage will be celebrated in St. Augustin's church at nine o- clock wecnesoay evening, October 26th. move the cause of constipation or ir- regular bowel action. We will refund your money without argument if thev. do not do as. we say'they will. "Two sizes, 25c and-lOc Sold only at our Rexal1 Store. J. D. Higinbo'tham. Co., Ltd. local agents. aV congenial -little -party last evening; tue -game piayed at three and -Mrs.- of Kingston, Ont., .arriy.ed 'in last night and are visiting .the form- er's moCer, Mrs. "B'awden, Coutts street, arid friends. early two were also the hosts .and. hostesses very delightful Home" given'- by In spite of the inclemency of th weather, about sixty-five people gatl: ered in the Knox. Church school room on -Monday evening for the first reg ular Westminster Guild social. Th spirit of welcome and sociability seen ed to pervade the assembly from th commencement, Probably "The Witch o" the Jac o' Lantern" and the shaded lighis ad ed to the sense "of- mystery in locat ing ones friends, through the medium of the familiar quotations with whicL each was tagged on- entering. President Mackenzie extended a we come to all in a neat little speech and Miss Ruth Link favored the aud lence with an -instrumental thi 'register was being signed and badge pinned on the new members enrolled The new T." M'. CfA, has severa musical treats to look forward Wilkes' singing of that evening is any criterion of what may be ex pected from him in the matter of en tertainment. His clear mellow voice and pleasing personality comp'letelj captured the audience in "Anchor and "Rolling over the.rwaves.' Miss Mary .Simpson followed with an instrumental solo, and had to res pond to a hearty encore. -Miss Batt's sweet, appealing voice won the heart of atf in "Af ton -Water' and "Beautiful Garden of'Roses." Mr. Kilpatrick gave two rousing re- citations "Trouble, in the Ameu Corn er' and- after- which all assembled around the tables for sandwiches, cake'" and': coffee. Mr. Dunning touched the patriotic chord and carried all with him in his rendering of "Jack's at home at sea' and- Admiral's- Miss solo closed in the hearty. "chorus National An- "them. _'v' 'Miss Aultj the' convener, of the Mis- .sionary 'Cbmmittee; has charge of the' programme for next Monday ev- ening, and' a hearty welcome is ex- tended -io and strang tne congregation or cnurch last evening (-J Kev. and Mrs. J. Srt.-- Augustin's the parish ;.hall. Ilurrell-Wright JWr. and Mrs. ,J. Mrs. J. JN. Ritchie. Mrs. Glazier, Miss Patte- sou, Mrs. George Robinson and; Mr. K H. Wilson- received the guests who .upon their" arrival we're tagged with a'.'bit of gay colored riSbon. Avsplen- did musical programme was enjoyed and took up the major portion'.- of .evening. Mr. Murrell-Wright, .the chairman, very wittily welcomed 'the and hostesses and .remarked that ne was the only person connected with, the -parish that not a mem- ber of, the congregation, therefore he: the only, guest, and everyone else must entertain him. Every number during the evening was enjoyed and appreciated. Those who assisted -with tne programme were: Mrs. Meldrum. Mrs. Waddington. Misses Archer: JBawden, Simpson and .McLachlan, Messrs, cooper, McLean, Jones and Cunning- ham. During r.tv interval in; the nrusicale earns were distributed and everyone was asked to find aU others who wore riobons corresponding in color to his or 'her own and write their names on -I "J udge and Mrs. Hyan, of Portage I la Prairie, grandparents ol the bride, received with. :tbe; .Mr. and Mrs.. Ahstle are spending their honey- moon in New York City. They will reside in Xelson upon their return to Canada." TWILIGHT CHAT Lady Eileen Elliott, the eldest daughter of Earl of Viceroy of India, nas, it is reported, announced her to go on sionai stage in London. it is stated that of -has tried hard to dissuade his'daughter, but without, avail, and she. intends to appear on the first opportunity after., the family's England vember. Lady Minto and her pretty daugh- ters are all accomplished amateur ac- tresses but Ludy Eileen inaiC ah amateur. 'She has on. several oc- casions taken par: .in theatricals in. aid of charities m her biggest success being'in a--performance 'of "The Thief" given at Simla. When Lord 'Minto was Gbvemoi-- Ueneral. of -Canada his children fre- quently assisted in'private theatricals and. Lady Jiileen helped to' entertain the present King, when, as Prince of wales, he made his colonial tour. She is a fine sportswoman and a good- shot, and last "year when the Vice- Kegal camp was pitched- at Mysore she shot a-, tigress. Lady Eileen eldest daugh- ter of -Lord was a social favorite during..her stay in the Capital. She always -evinced, a interest in "the stage., indeed" she -showed a great fondness for alnateur theatricals at'; Govern- mentvl-louse 'four hundred in" playlets written Mr. Herbert Graham; one of the A. D. C.'s. itne cards, in pleasant 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. Comfortable Chairs and Card Tables to while away the long evenings. Warm Rugs and Car-. floors. Cozy C for those draughty windows. Oboice Goods at Reasonable Prices A Ci. L C it 324 ota street South Phone 483 a very few .minutes acquaintances were :maae and the rector was supplied -with a list of the names and addresses, of nearly all the members of "his con gregatiOE. the evening a dainty ma an was served by a bevy of girls, assisted by a number of the young men ot the church. .Mrs. J. Bawden and Mrs. Fleet- wood presided at the attractive tea taoie. wfiich was effectively centred with pink sweet peas. Mrs. Bowman arid Mrs, -E. N. Higinbotham served the ice- cream and were assisted by airs. S. Jackson and Mrs. Nimmons. -7 CUPID'S COURT -r -Tne marriage took'place at St. An arew's manse, Calgary, on Friday UCt. 7, of Miss Mary Nicholson, .new iy arrived from- Brighton, to J JLe.thbridge. R'evT A.' Ma haffiy officiated. Mr; and Mrs. Padgett tneiryJtibme'in Lethbridge. Anyone visiting the railway station before half past nine "this morning would find the, floor' strewn with a quantity of rice, and on reaching the piattorm would .further nna the main car of the southbound train so decor- ated .that even the blindest could not fail to see that a wedding had taken place. The white ribbons adorning tne brake-rod were -not tied there -by order of the chief actors. They would nave been guilty and without notice., but their many friends would not have it so. Had they been less popular they, might been.; suffered to de- part in peace-.: Bui .at such .times'the penalty paid-for popularity is public- The marriage of Mr, Jesse A. Plarris and Miss Irene G. 'Link, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Link, took place at half past eight this morning in Knox cuurcn. Besides the bride's re- latives several intimate the familv were present. friends of The cere- mony was celebrated by Rev. A. M. uoraon. Tne bride looked most attractive in ner perfectly tailored travelling suit of dark green- broadcloth and becom- ing hat of green beaver adorned with wings and Persian-silk in contrasting tones. She carried a shower of bride's roses and wore the gift of the groom, a magnificent pearl sunbur.st. -Mr. Harris is well known in Leth- bnase, through his connection with the O. Kerr Co. His bride has CLUBS AND SOCJETIES Tomorrow (Thursday) a special 'garnering in connection with St. iJlved nere f0r .some a traveller nortbbound from the Little tfow. nas enjoyed" the ever ready hos- pitality of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Link at tnelr ranch fifteen miles from town, since they sold the ranch and lived m Letiibridge the neediest homestead- er and the most inexperienced appli- cant has found ready help in Mr, Link and nis daughter in the Dominion Land Oflice. Air. and Mrs. Harris will spend tneir honeymoon touring the western States and afterwards will reside at cnarlous Heights, Mont, which is sit- uated in the beautiful Bitter Root v si ley. KIDNEY TROUBLE JUST VANISHES Few Doses End the Moat Severe Backache and Urinary Misery The time to cure kidney Is. while ic is only .it settles into Dropsy, Diabetes, Gravel or Bright's Disease. y The moment youl suspect ney, bladder or, urinary or feel a; constant or dull aching" in the back, sides or loins, or The .urine is thick, cloudy, offensive or full, of; sedi-. ment, irregular of passage or attended by a sensation of scalding you begin taking- Pape's-Diuretic; di- rected, with, the knowledge that, therd- is no other medicine, at any in .'which MRS. W1GGS OF THE CABBAGE PATCH "Mrs. Wiggs of the'-Cabbage at the MajeAic Oct. a perfect cast, of players who have .been, -care- tuily selected by Llebler and Co., the producing managers of this 'delightful comedy. Everyone; has read' the stories of "JVlrs.v Biggs'' both of which are included in this, dramatization, whicli gives vivid lite pictures of all-the characters and scenes in the books.- Needless to say. does not. concern itself with rigid technique any more than was the .cast .Wiggs but> like her, it is heart interesting and tnorougniy wholesome. Toe entire action takes place. in the caibbage patch and the characters and situations are--exquisitely presented. Is Your Skin oil Fire'? Does it seem to you that 3rou can't stand another, minute of that awful burning itch? That it MUST be cooled? That you MUST have relief? Get a mixture of Oil of Thymol and. other soothing ingredients as compounded only in D. D. D.. Pre- scription! ,The very first drops STOP that aw- ul burning instantly! The first drops soothe and heal. The first drops give-., you a, feeling of comfort that you have not enjoyed for months, or perhaps years. Take our -as local ._ :--'i; 'Get a or Write the Dept C cure. ,.-._ Pt-pe's Diuretic acts directly the kidneys, bladder and vitalizes and regulates: these ducts, and. ing at once such miserable as lame back, Prostatic ache, dizziness, .weakness, ness, rheumatism .and darting f inflamed or puffy irritability..; bilious stomach, .worn-out sleeplessness or .uncontrollable nrini" ation (especially at and ottisr distress.; Don't, be miserable another with a lame back or kidneys or bladder 'misery, for; ,_ taking Pape's Diuretic a: few .days be relieved' and know ail is passed. Tour physician, or any mercantile agency will for. the responsibility of Pape, son Pape, of Cincinnati, prepare Pape's by 'every the-world, M ORGANIZING A At a citizens ip. "JCnox Churcli last 'night at which about ;thktyfive 'were- present, steps- were -taken .to organize a Citizens' 'League for the promotion; oi civic welfare and: good government. A" committee in- cluding braitli Ctinmn'gham was appointed 'a. constitution. An- other meeting will L Held next Tues- day. evening, at Knpx Church-' to com-.. plete the organization. W.ianipeg. Wheat. ;r Toronto and they.- ll- ee. Johnston Jackson, druggists; We are RE-BUILDING WATCH FOR OPENING! -Winnipeg, Oct. Oct. opened '96 3-4, closed 95 1-2; Nov. opened; 95 closed 95 1-8; Dec. opened 93 clos- ed ,93 5-S; May opened 9S 3-4, closed '98 3-4! Cash close No. 1 Nor. So 1-2. No. Nor, 92-1-2, No. 3 Nor. -1SS 5-S; No. 2 white oats 32; flax 2.42.'' GEO, TAYLOR'S for choice fresh Cut all JPlowers" in sea- and Plants -allJvinds .and :to rent. a the: 1353. Anglican church will' be held at Heding's hall. Xorih Ward, at 7.45 p.m. it is hoped the mud will not Kesp intending visitors away, as there is now a good sidewalk right up "West- minster Road and thence to the hall. Those who have not yet purchased ticKets can obtain them at the door on Thursday evening. The teachers of the High and the public schools met school in the Central School on .TTonday at 4.30 for the purpose of organizing. It was de- cided to call the association the'Leth- bridge Teachers Association. The purpose of the association will be to assist each other by the discussion of topics pertaining to school work. TJie following officers were elected- ed: Hon. president. W. A. Hamilton; president, D. Andrews; vice-president, H. G. Long: secretary-treasurer, Miss Boles; commute, kindergarten dept. Miss Hodgins; primary, Miss E. S. snarman; Standards II. and III., iliss Addy: Standards IV. and V., C. E. Bran (low; High School, Miss Bennett. The following were to draft a appointed a constitution: Messrs. Hamilton' and May and' Miss uawson, and to report to the meet- ing ou Monday, October 24th. Anstle-Anderson A ruimber-of the Lethbridge friends of .Mr. William Albert Anstie of Nel- son, B. C., will be interested in the following account of his marriage: "Last week the -residence of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Anderson, 360 Wel- lington Crescent, Winnipeg, was the seen--; of a very pretty wedding, when tneir daughter, Dora, was Mr. William Albert Anstie of Nelson, B. C., tne'Rev. Father Coffee officiat- ing. Miss Phoebe Aird was the pretty maid and "Mr. Hugo Ross assisted the groom, A reception followed the cere- mony. Dear Customer: We nave what you loaf full of quality, clean and nolsum. Our Currant Buns beat a treat Ask. our drivers. 'Phone 1.027 GILMORE, THE 'Russell Street. Ward. ;