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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October 20, -OAIiA If it were not for the exceptional store'bas in its unexcelled ing facilities for, itS; low-priced system offsetting for cash, these Friday'and" Saturday specials would no-t be quite as 'But we're satisfied to do business that you save money. .EMBROIDERED WOMEN'S CORSETS An advance shipment of new Xmas. Stock worth 25c make iu natural, extra special at, per garment very special Ens lish make' for wo. men, worth 35c extra. Quality new style corsets, "for only R1BBONS? New arrivals in wide 7oc Special SKIRTS In fine etamines and Venetians, worth; up to BOYS' :MOSJERY All sizes, of good wool, worsted rib :hose, 35c WOMEN'S SHOES About 40 pairs of high grade and shoes. Special yards only in heavy, weight, yard' wide; -ISc, for cashmere and fast colors. Worth loc of good Jap. in jblack, navy and ;green, estra ages 1 to 4 yrs. made., ol! good wrapperette. MORAL REFORM AT P1NCHER CREEK "Oct. 19. Rev. W. G. .provincial, secretarv of "anti.. Moral Reform LeaguV'oT Alberta, was in to'.vn oh Tuesday and in the evenine addressed a meeting of the local branch- of above league in the-Presbyteri church, therevteiiig a .gbod'sixed. audience present. The reverend gentleman launched, put into a capable and in- with local .option as the principal-, theme and in the course- of his remarks contended that a "dry town'' was by no means a dead one. .the'..-.contrary.- a laHve He. cited instances of jowns further; east where local, op- ,tion was a benefit to the community. At this meeting the-officers for the year were elected as follows: C'. D.. Watson, Thos. White, vice-chairman; Thos. W. Morden. sec.- treas.-" To the above "as an executive committee .there was added John Ash A. W. Hawes. A. Cpiclqugh, j; E. Upton and J. E. Rev. C. B. MeKimion preaches his as pastor of the'Baptist i Sunday evening next, pir.-JVIcKicn'on leaves the field here-to work at Lct-h- HJs'. address on Sundav even- ing will ''Symmetrical, Life" in 'which he wijl explain his reasons 'for entering in ,Y'.M-.C.A. work in pref- erence to 'a continuance of pulpit work, Miss' Ross, of Buffalo. N7.Y.. is vis- iting- with -'her' brother, Vv. A. Ross. Of this place. Mrj.'aiid -Mrs.. L. Cross have "ar- rived here from Peterboro. Miss Haaei Lattenf who has ieen attending High School, Ipavos this L. Horton, Of St. Ont. were visiting with MrsX South worth this week. The Catfei ICorps ,6f; the town Pearson ol the permanent, force on Monday last. Mrs; J. H. Gorton, of Michel, is .visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Seth Thornlev. MAG 1C RAKING POWDED It is used by all the large Bakers and Caterers, as well as best Kome bakers and cooks. Food that are produced in clean factories are best E. W. GXLLETX CO. LTD. TOEONTO. ONT. CHOLERA AT RIO JANIERO Sept. 30 .Kio Janiero, Oct. state ment is published in ;the newspapers Oct.- 3, is in quarantine -at placefl several, deaths naving nere that the steamer Araguaya, from! occurred.among the emigrants SOCI_AD AND PERSONAL ".Airs. Mafibeth, vyill' receivei toinor- ow "-V s> row Mabel of Jilinneapolis. is ;the guest of -Mrs. G. E. Fleming. J. "sf' Mr., and Mrs. G. G. Gammer, who nave been- W., Young, 'ielt yesterday for theii; in Ont; .AITS. W. A- Bucnanan is entertain- ing at the. .tea a. to iiie-'Tadies who" are Jbere .with the- Alberta and Eastern B. Association. Mrs. Eltpn.will Hold an informal musicaie complimen- tary ,to the visitors this evening. -A .lolly event of last evening- was tne entertainment offered to. the mem- Ders of Mrl iaii'd Airs. T. S.; '-M-eKenzie -at 'their pretty aionie on Bartlett street. A score of rpomsj-': which rang witii the even- ing. An impromptu musicaie and games nelped to make the minutes lly until supper time, when a delicious menu was served at small flo.wer- ciecKed. tables. Tne favors were pink carnations and ferns. At the close of the evening everyone sung "For soms. She carried a sheath of bride roses.- Only near relatives were pre- sent; Peat left the coast, where the noneynioon will be spent. Mrs. Peat traTeiied in tailored of- navy broaacloth and. becdming-', cor- respond. A -Key. M. V. McMillen celebrated the marriage of Miss Rose Ella Ahern ana Walker Johnston, both of .Diamond City, Monday, afternoon at in St. .Cyprian's clxurch.v... The. They, 'are Jolly Good Fellows" and Mrs. Stanford, deputation secretary of the Zanani Mission of Newer Bom- India, is'a" guest at the'Y.W.C.T. Driaesmaid was May Ahern and the by his brother, C. M. Johnstoni' Mr and Mrs. Johnston will rescue in Dia- Kev. T. P. -Perry" united in marriage yesterday afternoon at Wesley, par- sonage Miss. Gwendolyn 3.iirian, dau- ghter of Mf. and Mrs.-William Gear, of this "city, and Richard A. Brandon: of Calgary. The bride wore a stylish travelling suit' of" navy broadcloth, braided with "black silk soutache braid and large black beaver hat becoming- ly trimmed with black satin ribbon and wings.. Her maid, Miss V. P. JUowsett, wore a tailored suit of Eng- lish gray tweed and black -beaver hat with Persian trimmings. Mr. L. birlnner of_CaIgaiy assisted the groom, 3ir. Brandon's gift to'his -bride was a sunburst of pearls, to the maid a bracelet studded with amethysts and' of the monthly meetings of the full board, be. changed from -one to eight o'clock on the third Wednesday of each" month. John Home seconded the motion. He .remarked- that jie ueved in the greatest good to the greatest number. Looking, around the table'lie said there :wefe.a 'great num- ber of professional men but very few retail merchants. They could not get away very well in the middle of the uay. the evening probably would suit them 'better, jf .the constitution did not provide, for. monthly meetings, .he oeneved it should be amended and made to do so. Amendment- Offered :moved ah amendment; to the effect '.that -tie meetings be held- one at mid-day, the next in the evening, and so on. There :re advantages and disadvantas to both times, and by combining them everybody sho.uld be satisfied. E. N. mginbothant seconded the amend- ment, and, it wa.sc open" for cusslon. president. and Jlc Kenzie'" supported the G-albraith amend ment. IX H. Elton thought it would in "Calgary." 'U. home and has consented to give, a j me ,best matl cliff Unl-s_ talk, on .the lire, customs and employ- j Mr> and Mrs. Brandon left on the ment .of in that -land to: Urternoon train for the coast After morrow evening. Mrs. Stanford has a rormight's sojourn they will reside a number of Indian costumes with her and a. number of 'the "Y" girls .will don them tomorrow evening. She also .has a larga exhibit of. curios which'will be used in connection with her address, which "promise's to "be of tne utmost interest. Everyone is" in- vited to attend .this drawing room lec- ture which will .be. held at the "Y" re: sidence tomorrow, evening at eight, o'clock. The meeting will not be lim- ited to ladies but gentlemen are" in: eluded in the invitation. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Mrs. M. K. Kaake will address the League Monday evening on "The call from the Region jtJeyond." The regular programme meeting of the W.C.T.U. will be held at 3.30 to- morrow afternoon. The subject will be and Rev_ J. ,W.. Aikens will speak to the union on "White Slave Traffic." Every woman in the city is invited to attend. (Continued from front Time of Monthly Meetings Under the order of business of new V Wilitse'nd Ballots J. W. Bawden thought it a good idea try the plan" for a few months. The president made the suggestion that as there were probably a lot "of mem- bers not present, the secretary pre- pare a: ballot, and .niiM one-to, .e.very- and be' left to" stand ,as it is -at present. "-.Dr.- G.al-' leave to amendment in fa-vor of the saggestion of the-president." John'Horiie- thought tne- ballot idea a good, one, but Sec-, retary.-ilcNicpL mailed, him a lettejv-.oa the first of the moHth 'and it on the sixteenth. There was quite a mixup and some excitement as to wnetner the amendment and motion snouid be withdrawn in favor of the mailed ballot idea, but eventually both were put to a vote. The amendment was lost but the motion to .-change tne hour from one to eight p.m. car- ried by one vote, 15 against tor. almost a third of those present not voting one way or tne" It was understood, however, before the vote was taken that ballots should, be sent out to all members and that their decision should be final, and the pre- sident announced that the next meet- jlng would be held in the evening.' Publicity of Meetings Jonn Home brought up the "matter, of publicity to the meetings of the ooarct. He thought that the press snouid only be allowed to publish a summary of the meeting, drawn matters, the president mentioned the and presented to them bv the secre' question of time of day iary. ,At-ier Ule pre8Wem- oncl at which tnp Tnnnfrn-c- r CUPID'S COURT at which the monthly meetings be held. The matter had been drought, up at' meei- ing and referred to the" meeting of the full iboard. His own personal feel- ing in the matter was that the time to hold the meeting's was the time that brought the largest attendance, be it morning, noon -or night. It mignt be, however, that the evenings mignt -suit more people. Although [ever since they had been held in the middle of the day the attendance had always' been good, whereas before the A A ,L, .1. A quiet wedding was celebrated last evening at the home of mother, C25 Burdett street, by the Kev. A. M. Gordon, who solcimiiy.ee' Tne marriage of Miss Man- Render- entauves of the newspapers presem had spoken he disclaimed any i'lea of excluding the press but tlnagiii tlm rar too much publicity was jrfven ro some matters that came before r the Doard. Industrial Campaign J. W. Bawden brought up the mat- ter of a campaign -for factories and more wholesale houses. He did no; Know whether or not tne present tne right tinjie to bring it up or but he would like to see a good, stron-> change had been made it beenfllve committee put to work to push aimcult. usually, to get a quorum. Bntilor manufactures aiul more wholesale perhaps it was not fair to tne present executive two years ago. The city's population had increased and Hie mernbersnip of the board increased, and it was only fair to suppose that if tae meetings were held in the even- ing the attendance would be consid- son, daughter of tne XViilinin era'dly Skater than two years ago. of this city. M.U., and ..Tames- Peal, both j A' Tiiley' said ap- pointed a committee to bring the1 mat- Tile bride looked'f iriishly pretty in itcr bet'ors !he boavc1' remarked that her weddms marquis Hie quite believed that the time to get ette and long tulle veil caught in the i hair with a coronet of orange bios tDc at the luncheon bat thnt waa not entirely tha J question. Tftere wos not suflicient time at the luncheon hour to allow full discussion of the matters requir- ing, attention.. .Merely lo brin? about discussion, he that the time to look after the "general jnb Ucity work and other business. The prepiaent pointed some of i.h'e work that was done in this di- reciion by the executive council, but said he was glad to hear of any sug- gestions or recommendations. There was no further discussion on the mat- ter and it was aliovrcd to stand over. Alter all those present had been urgc-d to attend the Press Convention b.ir.rme! this evening- the meeting, ad- journed. irom Paris fare's news tkat of interest ttrougliout tke city of Letkbridge Since --featuring low-priced Dress Goods we We a Vide demand for tkis .class 'bt goods. To secure tKese goods we have made 'a tborougk caavas of trie sPecial line for Friday and Suiting ;ja ifee fancy clotn well worti the price r it m brown, green, taupe, wisteria. Alice blue, Nile green, etc., inches wide, goods of medmm weight, a suit length of 7 viardslor -v T. -T Main Jliss IhiscpH, will make you in combined with the: workmanship Phcme 713 .MUFFLERS This very dressy article 'for neclcwearjis niand now thlit morn- ings are "here. It "a, protection especially when worn with an. open coat. It is made in mercerized yarna dii-'a herringbone.1 one dome fastener and shap- ed to the necli; :Colors are in white, brown, sky, pink and navy. They are very suil'ablo for street wear and are very "comfortable.'All sizes Special Floor. Phone LADIES' DRESSES AND WAISTS SMABT TWEED COATS Made from imported reversible tweed, semi-fitting, full 52 -inch length; double breasted -front, fastening with .fancy. buttons; military collars; sleeves and body lined with mercerized lining ;r.54 new Gibson shoulder; large fancy ctjuttpns; Wes't quality Scotch C 7 Cfl.-C0 1 beaver cloth and, Kersey. I I LADIES' ONE PIECE DRESS thoroughly, shrunk imported all 'wool .panam'd'.; "This" smartly tailored' throughout: Skirt showing the straight lines. Waist has two wide -tucks over ..shoulder. .-Shaped -waist belt" and plain .tailored sleeves, trimmed with self-strappings and burtons Colors black, navy, tan and gray LADIES' WAISTS, In 'black. Taffeta and China, silk fi with back or front fastening ____ Ladies' Ready to Wear Section 2nd Floor- ..Phone ARTBRASS These splendid' lines come! direct from rep-T. .-resent that on ware heavy, brass for tha.. Japanese are famed. __ It comes in fancy floral, and de-., resigns "peculiar, to, that and 'every will find them useful in the "home. Wei.' have the art brass goods in jardinieres, vases, tea kettles '_ and stove combinations, .cam dlesticks, trays, etc.. at 4 prices upward from I and inspect them on 2nd Floor: Phone Men's Fall Suits thai- Claim Attention r For the man that wants to and at a.moderate our new suits are the very thing. And; coming as they do from' some of the "bast makers they therefore represent the highest development in the art and science of ready-made suits. And this season we are prepared to do a big business in them, for which we have collected a splendid assortment in.all the latest styles and weaves, which, combined with their superb tailoring and the splendid wear that they will give, goes to the sirable suits for'men to wear. If "you have not got your suit yet, you had better come in now and inspect these while the selection is broad and varied. l A few brief descriptions are given below of some of the special lines we offer. MEN'S SUITS in English worsteds, Scotch'-tweeds and'blue' in a large range of patterns, sizes 34 tf f? to 44, single or double breasted 1 d MEN'S SUITS in Sray twi11 etc., in. checks and'other patterns, single or double breasted. Sizes 34 to 44 MEN'S SUITS in finely Avovea> worsteds, rough tweeds and blue. serges, etc.. in a large range of patterns. fig'fJC' Sizes 34 to MEN'S SUITS in extra fine materials in worsteds, Angolas, cweeds, "k serges, etc., in a large range of patterns. Sizes 34 to Department, Main Floor. Phone 'GROCERY DEPARTMENT In this as in our other departments make a point of selling nothing but high class at the lowest possible prices. It pays you to buy good groceries and. it, .pays us to sell them A We know that by giving you good value for your money ;we are sure of your patronage: for .the future. .Thercfore.it pays us to sell nothing the best .groceries procurab'le. During we have receded several car loads of groceries, Including Hudson's JBay Hungarian Flour, Rolled Oats. Pearl Barley, Pot Barley and Corned Meal. Also a fresh delivery -of Tetley's Famous Teas at......................................................'_30Ci 40c> 50Cf. 60Cf 70c and per lb September Cheeses, such as fine Fancy.-at a very low price 20c "per ib. Our Winter Apples have arrived and are larger and sounder than ever. They include Black Ben Davis! Kings, Defaware Reds. Greenings. Baldwins, Commerce and 'Extra Fancy. rices, up from per box Department, Main Floor. Phone Butterick Patterns quickly stops coiiRhs. cures colds, heals j the throat and 25 The Quality Store Mail Orders Our Specialty ;