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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD OUR PASTRY AND CAKE EVERYTHING that you ate.. Our- counters crowded with thingt to eat, that you hungry to look at It le not, all in looks, either. IN THE EATING it -the real goodness asserti Itself most pleasingly. Jutt try our baking for once; -we'll a doughnut you never bother again with, baking your own pastry or cake. AGREEMENT IS SATISFACTORY Premier Sifton Has Made Deal With Federal Government Jtfidmontoc, Oci. A satisfactory agreement has been reached as to the to be paid Domin- ion by Alberta, for buildings taken overi by the provin- cial government. According to Pre- mier Sifton, wlio has just returned from- his trip The detaili, What Parisian x Do or Money Back Stop-falling hair in two he will not given oat until Jftter. Tlie premier stated that no other in relation to the province was transacted. City Bakery Ford St Beside Fiie Hall Phone 1181 SMALL FIRE DETECTED When J. A. Qulritt. of Brown Amusement. Co., arrived at die bowl- ingr altejs on 'Fifth street this morn- ing, he noticed smoKe, and upon In- vestlfatliij discovered a fire in tie coal Heap, were noti- fied and wagon responded to the eaU.- One line of hose was laid and the ,eoal, given good drenching. Very, little damage was done. It is from the fur- that spark nace ifntted. the coal. dandruff in two ost nuptial' reception ar her apart Victoria Mansions. Tuesday October 25tlr.v Mrs. C. C. McGregor, 313 Brunton treet, -will receive tomorrow for th irsc time her residence in >ndge. A Mrs. J. B. Renter is entertaining at the tea, hour this afternoon for her mother, Mrs. Wills, of Nyssa, Oregon. -Mrs. who has been'visiting >lrs. Vrooman for some weeks, left or -her home in the East this morn- US. Mrs. A. E. Easton and children -left esterday for an extended visit in the oast cities. Dame Sunshine must have known that yesterday afternoon had been set j aside as a special visiting day by'the major num'ber of fair matrons and of x the -city r'or she smiled down heainlngly. on the prettily gowned visitors, who thronged the streets during the receiving hours. entertained about tnlrtyfriends with a'jolly dance "last evening home on Cutbilb, street iJufing the evening Mrs. Morris serv- ed dainty refreshments. Mrs. Pember, wife of J. JE. Pember, editor of the Macleod and Mrs. Hodson, wife of S. R. Hodson, editor of the Review, Okotoks, have the distinction of being the only ladies accompanying the press party rho are'in the city. Mrs. G.R. Tinning" who has won such a host of friends, during- her., brief -re- sidence in the .city, received for.tne iirst time yesterday at her "pretty apartments in the Union Bank ibuild ing. The drawing rooms were adorn- ed with gayly hued astors and a cheer- ful- grate flre -sent- -vFeicome to the-many visitors. Mrs. Campbell her daughter, also the ginning of, Regina, wno are hoiiserguests" .for a, short time at the Tiiiing-.hoihef f I r Mrs. J. W.McNicol entertained five tables af eompiimentary. to her house guests.: Mrs. -Martin and Ootter. The 'rb7tfmi5 were fraglant; with about the -last of seasbh's prettiest'garden Blossoms, peas. In the course of the evening at choice menu was served at the card tables' and the pretty honor gifts' awarded Mrs. T. F. O'Hagan L, Mr. and Mrs. Mitford of 'Toronto are visiting theirc .Mrs.. C.C. uragg of this city, and their son, Rev. W. a. Mitford of Coaldale. It is in- teresting to note :on. this the one hun- dred and fifth anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar, that'Mrs; Mitford is a member of the Nelson ..family. -tier great-grandmother Nel- son, of. Rev. Horatio 'Nelson, vicar of Mitford, Northumberland and -was Lord .Nelson's.-. MltTord.is a daughter of ys, of Castle, Lancaster, and a cousin of the present Lady Jfclnowiys. f Mrs. D. Andrews received for the first time in Lethbridge yester-day atternoon at her cosy home oh Court- land street, Miss Dawson. receiving with her. Flowers were everywhere in evi- dence, pink and white asters and car- nations in the drawing room sweet peas and carnations in ibe din- ing room. Mrs. D. A. McKerricher presided. c.t the attractive tea_ table which was centred with an immense shower of pink carnations and asparagus fern. Miss Addy ushered the visitors into tne tea room and the deft assistants were Miss Sharman and Miss Free- man. .Little Miss Helena Simpson was the sweet door attendant. Mrs. D. H. Elton was the hostess at a charming musicale last evening as a courtesy to Mrs. Pember of Mac- leod and Mrs. Hodson of Okotoks, who accompanied their husbands to the Press convention. The rooms were prettily adorned with pink roses and carnations. Mrs. Sydney Jack- son, Miss Simm and Miss Jenkins sang very swejetiy for the guests' en- tertainment and Miss Fraser delight- ed them with several instrumental numbers. The remainder of the even ing was spent pleasantly by the ten guests chatting with the hostess and her honor visitors. CUPID'S COURT Rev. T. P. Perry solemnized the marriage of Henry F. Jaynes and Mar- Rutledge, both ot at six "o'clock in Wesley parsonage Wednesday evening. The bridesmaid .Miss .Olive Da vies and the best man George Jaynes. Mr. and Mrs. Jaynes upon their re- turn from the -coast, where their honeymoon is being spent, will reside at' .621 GIVE .street: CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Mrs. Stanford, deputation secretary Zanani -Mission 'of Bom- hay, India, is a guest at the Y.W.C.T. IT. home and "has "consented to give a talk on the 'life, customs and employ- ment of the women in that laud this evening. Mrs. Stanford has a num- ber of Indian costumes with her and aynumber.of .theV'Y" girls will- don them this evening. She _ also .has a large exhi-bit of curios which will be in connection with her address, which .-promises to be of the utmost merest.. Tveryoone is invited to at- tend this drawing room lecture which will be held at the "Y" residence this evening at eight o'clock. The meet- not be limited to ladies but entlemen are included in the- invi- tation. The first or a, series of whist drives and socials held -by "St. Mary's Men's Society on Thursday evening proved in every way a success, over eighty ple being present. The net pro- eeds, at a near estimate, amounted 150.00. Whist started at about 8.30 was continued till shortly after when refreshments, kindly pro- vided by the Ladies' G-uild, were serv- d. The ladies' first prize was won y Mrs. Stafford, and the gentlemen's y Mr. T. Chambers. Mr7 and Airs. ietcher were respectively awarded he consolation .prizes. During the 'evening popular selections were play- ed on the piano by Mrs. Jackson and several other "ladies present Songs eexcellently- rendered by Miss Washbrooke, Miss' Arnold (who also and C. R. Matthews, last, named responding to an en-j core. Mr. 'Fletcher gave a humorous stump speech, which was greatly "ap- preciated, and Mr., Hughson -sr. re- cited- a comic piece entitled "Der Mr. Nimmons then briefly aadressed the referring to the coming bazaar early in and after the chairman. Mr. Popham, had thanked all. those present for their help and support, the evening closed with the sinaing of "God Save the King." and en, BLACK KNIGHT STOVE POLISH saves tlie tire'd house- keeper work and worry. It is a convenient paste in a large can. A gentle -rub witi. .brush or cloth, brings a beautiful, mirror-like shine that is not affected -by the heat For stoves, pipes, grates and ironwork. If your dealer does not carry "Black Knight" Stove Polish in stock, send TIS his name and loc, arid we will send a. full size ton by return mail. IK F. F. DALLEY CO., UMHED HAMILTON. ONT. 30 "a tn i" Shoe Polish. Not Merely the Best value, or the best at a price, but positively best at any price Buy a pound packet, and if you don't find it superior ito the tea you have been using- you can return it and'.your will ref und purchase-price. LOOK 2sTot hot ait; but straight facts about our QUAKER QUALITY GOODS Our bread is top-notch, and'clean, as a pure -.food should be.. Our buns follow suit. Ask our driver, or phone 1027. GILMORE, THE BAKER Eussell Street. Ward. You can always enjoy your meals at the EXCELSIOR CAFE Excellent cuisine, quick service and mo derate prices have put this cafe., to the front in less than four months. WATER !N MACKENZIE RIVER IS VERY LOW Edmonton, Oct. Rackham. purser on the Hudson's Bay Co. 'boat running on the Mackenzie river from Fort Uaippewayan to Fort Simpson. has arrived in the city from the Tar north. Mr. Rackham reports that the water on the Mackenzie river has been lower than it was ever seen before. The raintall has been fairly abund- ant and the lowness of the river can- not be accounted for. You Are Awake to The Fact 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 arid Car- pets for the floors. Cozy Curtains for those draughty windows. Choice Goods at Reasonable Prices Standard Furniture Co. 324 6th Street South Phone 483 ;