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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page THE LKTHBK1JDGE DAILY 'JtttiJKALl) Saturday, October PERFECTION COCOA (MAFLE LEAF LABEL) has rare food value. Splendid for children. "Wholesome, nourishing1 and O so good for breakfast, dinner and Economical, too. 152 OWAN CO., Limited, TORONTO. COITEIO BV "UNO" F> M O N S. "TO ERR IS HUMAN" But 1 am afraid errs, she is regarded as very bage. The pretty little door attend- ant was Miss Avrille Little and the guests included Mesciames Sirnpsoa, TiUey, Jones, Little, Elton, Gow, Roy, Donald, Fowler, Bolton, JIcMillen, Scott, McMUten sr., Hayer. Herron, Kogers, MoKillop and Von HaarJam. Our Fernie correspondent writes: Mrs. J, A. Shea of Woodstock, N.B., in company with her daughter, Mrs. Colonel, Sunder, are visiting II. S. Con- sul Colonel Denison and- family. Mrs. ou i Bunder's husband has been for many would send your name and day to! years in the military service in India me on a written slip. Regardless of j and she has made several trips to tliat fact a sswe or more wer? phoued j Woodstock, her old home, where the to me. Now you know as well as I .Denison's wore stationed for several i years prior 'to being transferred to been made were not my fault J-. j entirely. For just uveuty-eigac days j, j beiora starred to insert at home si J days I requested each day that you i s STARLAMD A great deal of interest is at the present time being taken by the gen- eral public In the coming of Starland which ig being built on the site of the Lyceum theatre on Round St. "Limited announces through their general manager. Mr. LecJoax, that no expense will be spared in icaJting Star'an-d here one of the fin- est .Photoplay Theatres in "Western canaca. The' theatres controlled by -this company are recognized to be not only human. We have been nisei-tinging dates and names can days for the past more misunderstood. than tor the'convenience of the women of understood over the'phone, and-'after the most successful, but also the most tUe city' In home "book 1j every single call I repeated her days popular theatres in Canada today.inave two names: so tiie prospective hostess; and she Their popularity .is without doubt bave all Appeared, in the said they were correct. .Who is to nved from the unlimited resources jpaper at. various tinfes. Out of the Wame? .May I ask you just once of the management in securing the jtvro insertions three have again that if you phoned me your day. world's best productions for the inserted at the wrong time. Sure- don't'wait until it is in dance en Oct. 25 and hereafter Jj'ernie. The ladies have been paying a visit to relatives in Vancou- ver, and are now on 'their way to Woodstock. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Carnation Club will hold their joymenc of their many patrons. jly 1 know there .is nothing more an- SURE PURE THE KIND THAT PLEASES THE PEOPLE! MAGIC BAKING POWDER MADE IN. CANADA E.W.GILLETTCO.LTD.I TORONTO, ONT. paper to see if it is or not, but RERMITS TO BUILD Thos. -Kennedy, Nanton street, I welling, 52000.' J. A. Pacher, Fifth, avenue A south. jnoying to the hostess than to see in j write it or send your card to me. and the'paper she .is' going- to. receive the! then you-will know it will appear cor- next day -when she is unprepared, but ireeiiy. Jno one feels .as 'badly over it as I for I .wish, to have everything in ifiip column absolutely correct SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. Fred Kenny, 317 Bartle'tt St.. Angelo Aita, street X, S400. dwelling. Eighteenth I i But, my dear tvomen. whisper (will receive on Monday from four to of ihree ni'istakes "thac six 7 1 FM 1 ladv's dress be beaten-for Tiie flexible wonder as comfortable as an old shoe of any otherjnaie.; ..Tbe non-roj-alty machinery iniikes. it maniifac- of this shoe to give'you better value than- you can get in any other shoe made. on the second and fourth Mondays of each month in the Caledonian Hall. V V The Ladies' Aid society of White's school held their regular monthly soc- of the city in Wesley church on Mon- day afternoon at 3.30 o'clock. The meeting will be addressed by. Miss Uaisy Stanford, a returned missionary from India, She has been associate-d with the Zenana Bible and Medical mission there. Eight young people. ial at the residence of Mrs. Corry last win appear in native costumes and the -Stountan of Liverpool, Ens., !is the a few days of her i sister, Miss -.Steadman, at the Y.W.C. i'r.U. -Miss Steadmaa and her guest, Mrs. Stountan areV spending the week-end iat Fernie. B. :C. S 3Iiss Patteon- Is a "shower" hostess i day evening. A programme of this afternoon'-.complimentary to.next recitations and games has .been pre- vvednesday's.-sweet bride, Miss Bent- pared and a general .invitation, is ex- tended to all young people of St. Cyp- _ nan's. airs. H. Homer Gay returned Thurs- day morning.. from Saskatoon, Monday the regular weekly session she was -.a -delegate from the local un- of the Epworth league will be in ion at the TV.C.T.U. convention held; charge-of Miss Podger. Mrs: Kaake evening.' A pleasant evening was-en- joyed. c Tuesday evening the Baptist choir will hold a social in the-school room of the church. Mr. Smith has charge of the evening's entertainment, so everyone is assured of a pleasant time. The. young people of St. Cyprian's rian's church will hold a social at the rectory, .'Sixth street south, Mon- ion Band of Wesley church in the lec- ture room. All children desiring to attend will be welcome. f A most instructive and entertaining hour was 'spent by a number of friends with Miss Stanford, a. Zenaaa miss- ionary of Nasik, India, who is spend- in that city 'the week. early .part of' -the -Mrs. Easton and family left yeisterctay on "a month's -visit vo Mrs; parents at New Westminster. I-Mr. Easton accompanied them as far ias Calgary, returning home ,'ing. Try a pair and you Vill a-1-vraysTb'e" a-.friend' of- Queen, Quality, I THE EOOT TOGGEBY SOLE AGENTS will address the members on "The Call from the -Regions .Mr; will sing and Master Howard Gay will render an instrumental se- lection. ,The ladies of Knox church will hold their annual Thanksgiving'pantry sale and tea Saturday afternoon from three to six o'clock, October "29, in the school -Mrs. J: .B. .Heuter was the hostess j room of "the church. 'Instead of the 1 at a" pleasant tea. yesterday j customary soliciting of supplies, a .afternoon for her ino-ther. ilrs. "Wilfsjprinted slip sent each family Sof Nyssa. who.has- oeen, with the church, giving an guest for weeks. While the [opportunity for contributing.-" Bona- needles were plying in pretty .Christ-jtions should be sent to the church foe- ircas. work a veritable tween the hours-of 9 and 2 p.m.. At fiye.'ojcjock 'the tea' hour, the sale. 1" dainties served at. small .tables i- prettily pale ;pink! -There will be a union meeting of by Godd ;and (all the women's missionary societied address will un double til y be interest- ing and inspiring. A cordial invita- tion is extended to all in the city to aueud- this session. Tomorrow morning at ten o'clock CHUKCH SERVICES Wesley pastor, Rev T. P. preach at both morn- ing and evening services. His mora ing subject is to be "The Way of Sal- Need." His evening sub- ject, "The Remedy for Sin." Knox Wiiiiam Shear er will preach at the morning service in Knox church tomorrow. R. B. superintendent of Delin Mis Stanford'will speak, to the Miss- in the evening-. quent children of Alberta, will speal First .Baptist A. J f rosser, pastor. Preaching at 11 a.m Adult bible-class and Bible school a< Z p.m. In the evening the service will be conducted toy three lay mem- oers'of the church. Subject, 'The In iiuence of a Life." The choir will fur- nishs special music. T. S. McKenzie' ing a few days at the Y.W.C.T.U. re- j wlu sinS a The meeting will W- siclence, af the residence last interest. Everybody wel- Jfc'our young girls wore native dress, {come- one representing the low caste Hindoo woman who worship .dols, anotlv-v toe apparel the sun, sea and fire wor- snipers near; another the cosraim women worn Mohammed sweep the and another the street dress of high caste women. Af- ter explaining-the costumes MicS Stan- St. Cyprian's ol avenue and Tleventh street, SenricesT morning prayer 11 Evensong 7.30 p.m. Sunday scoool and Adult Bible class Z p.m. Holy baptism 4 p.m. Holy commun- ion 1st and 3rd Sundays at' 8.30 a.m., 2nd and 4th at the 11 o'clock service. a half in width. Tvith pletely -enveloped herself, winding it around her body as the worn-en of In- dia do, this feeing their only garment except a white blouse. Miss Stanford spoke" of -the widows of India, in the year 1902 there being 1064 under twelve months old. Her address was deeply interesting and the guets were loathe to depart at -a late hour. An- other opportunity of hearing this bright little woman speak will be giv- en Monday, when she will address the .missionary societies of the city -at Wesley church.; TEN SALE IS NOW ON THE SIMPSON Co. Ltd, are allowing a discount of 10 per cent off every dollar's worth of goods purchased from their New Select Stock of Dry Goods, Boys' Clothing, household linens and bedding. 10 per cent off our evjery-day low prices means considerable to the purchaser. A dollar saved is a dollar made. Come here if you wish to save dollars. Tiie stock throughout the store is at its best and a better bought, more attractive superior selection of the season's dependable wearables cannot be found in this city. THIS MONTH-END SALE IS GENUINE WE GUARANTEE OUR PRICES t'OWEST'. Save lO.p.Jc: on.......-........Dresses and Goats Save on-----..........Suits and Skirts Save 10 p.c. on........Underwear and Corsets Save and Hosiery Save 10 p.e. on----. .Dress Goods Trimming Save 10 p.c. on '......Linens and Bedding Save 10 p.c. on Kid Gloves and Neckwear Save 10 p.c. on........___Quilts and Blankets Save 10 p.c, on Window Drapery Curtains Save 10 p.c.