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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Pairc 11 .L. YOUR LAME BACK FINE Few Doses Regulate Your Kidneys and End Urin- No woman whose kidneys are disordered, or, .who suffers from DacKach'e or 'bladdery misery, can af- ford to leavs Pape's Diuretic untried. The time to cure kidney trouble is wnezi it only trouble before it set- tiese into dropsy, gravel, diabetes or uriglit's -Disease; The moment you suspect the slight est kidney or bladder disorder or i'eel a constant aching in the back, sides or loins or the -urine is thick, cloudy, offensive or 'full of sediment, irregu- lar of passage or attended by a EDITED BV SOCIAL AND PERSONAL VISITING DAYS Hostesses tomorrow will be: Mrs. William Scott, and ivirs. J. M. Thomas, 1215 pufferin St. v e Mrs. C. H. Devine wilj hold lien post-nuptial reception tomorrow after- noon at her apartments in the Vic- toria Mansions.1 Mrs. H. J: Goode will receive with her. A frost of frieuds ,.of_ W. G. Trammer ot the Bank-- qi Montreal, staff, will regret "to learn that b'e has Deen transferred to the Winnipeg sation of scalding, begin taking Pape's !'branch. He expects to leave for Win- JUmretJc as directed, with the know- ledge that there is no other medicine at any price, made anywhere else in the .world, which, will effect so thor- ough and prompt cure. Pape's Diuretic acts directly upon nipeg this week. e Another charming hostess, of last week who received for the first time since her residence in-Lethbridge..was JUrs.. C. C. McGregor, who greeted a meiTiment as "Mrs. Wiggs of .the Cab- bage Patch" on Saturday evening. Every seat in the orchestra and dress circles was filled and the lower tier ot boxes were also occupied. Blanche Chapman as Mrs. s won every- the kidneys, bladder and enUre urin- number ot visitors at her pretty home ary system; regulates these organs, fixicts and glands and completes the care within a few days'. Alter the first few -doses there will no lame, aching back or rheumatic twinges, '-prostatic trouble, nervous- ness, headache, sleeplessness, inflam- or puffy eyelids, dizziness, bilious stomach, lived, worn-out feeling or orher miserable symptoms caused by clogged, sluggish kidneys. Uncon- trwiame urination (especially "at discolored water and all bladder, misery vanishes. your bahlcer; on Brunton street Saturday afternoon, -virs. J. R. Anderson and.Mrs. H. J. uoode presided at the attractive tea taoie. Shaggy yellow chrysanthe- one's love immediately with her whole souled and cheerful outlook ors me. v t- Minnie Milne as Miss Hazy, made a typical old 'maid. and a 'comical bride with her wedding veil of lace window curtains, black old fashioned dress and long whi-te sash. Mrs. Wiggs' cniidren, European, Australian, Asia, and little Tommy, Mickey and Tina vmey were all cunning and in the Sunday school scene sang -an old nymn very sweetly. Mrs. Eichron, raw-boned and angular, the neighbor- hood gossip, took her part exception- ally. well. Poor fat old Mrs. Schuitz with her "Ain't "Don't "Sept everyone screaming. Every member of the cast was well adopted to their particular part except .perhaps Janet X as Miss Lucy, and Clyde Hunne- well as "Mr. Bob." who did 'not pos- sess the ease the rest of the corn- mums centred the "polished mahogany i pahy displayed. Board, which was laid with exquisite) dollies of Florentine lace. Mrs. Ait- Ken was the tea room assistant. V: V Ksv. J. E. B. A., of Mac- -bougall church, :JBdmonton, will preach the Wesley church anniversary ser- mon next Sunday. Mr. Hughson was formerly a popular 'pastor of Wesley cnurcn. Mrs. Hughson and Miss .viargaret will accompany Mr. Hugh; son and they -.will" at the or anyvniercautile will vouch i Austin home" on T-we'lfth-street south for the responsibility of Pape, Thomp-! during their stay here, son and Pape of Cincinnati, Ohio, who prepare- Pape's cent by every druggist in the world. WINNIPEG WHEAT-MARKET' opened 94, closed 94 1-8; Dec. opened 92 318, closed 92 1-2; Nov. opened 94, closed 93 3-4; May'opened 97 1-2, closed .97 5-8. Cash close No. it -Nor. .94 1-8, 1% 2 Nor. -91, Np.-3 No. 2 whiie" oats 31 34; Electric Restorer for Men restores every nen-e in the body proper .tension; restores vim and vitality. andial weakness averted at once. Phospbonol will make you a new man. Price S3 a bos. or two for Mailed to any address. Tia ScobeU Urnj; St. Catharines. Oat. _ Mrs. J. N. Ritchie was the hostess at.a. congenial little supper, party after the theatre on Saturday evening, to whichi a dozen young folk wfere bi-d- den. The' affair was planned' as' a courtesy to1 the hostess' sister, Miss vvaflmo.re, and the Misses Tinning of Kegina. s .'A, large oft, friends .-will be sprry-.io..learii: that the Galbraith home on. un- aer quarantine. The two older ehil- of Dr. and Mrs. Galbraith, and Frank, are suffering, with- scarlet fever. Never has a play presented to Leth- Mrs. C. B. Bowman is entertaining ax the tea hour today for Miss Smney isentley, whose marriage to R. J. Dun- ning of Castor, Alta., will -be celebrat- ed .Wednesday evening at St. Augus-' tin's church at nine, o'clock. ;Mrs. Conydeare will entertain for Miss Ben- tiey -tomorrow afternoon. A- score of girls were guests at the pretiy handkerchief shower -given, -by Miss Patteson Saturday afternoon- complimentary to Miss Bentley. At the tea hour Miss Anne Patteson A Asp.eciel Monica's, Guild will be hall' tomorrow afternoon at 3.30. The choir and young peopled, so- ciety of the First Baptist church are making extensive preparations for the social they will hold tomorrow even- ing in the school, ro.bm-of the churcii. A> splendid musical programme v.'ill be' the 'form of entertainment offered the. guests and refreshments will be _..A -special -invitation .is .ex- tended the young' people's societies of the city. During the evening a silver will ,be taken for the bene- rif of the choir. ..Wednesday evening the ladies of bt> Andrews church will hoJd a. chicken supper irij.Redihg's hall. Xorth Ward, between" 'the hours of six and eight o'clock. Mr.. Murray of the Alexand- ra Hotel' has kindly offered to run nis. motor bus 'for. the accommodation of V.those' who. wish to go to the hall, o'clock, returning at eight. There'- will; be-, no charge for this ride the bus 'leaving Alexandra Hotel ar'slx o'clock. church ---Guild wiH meet in -tile school room this evening. Miss Ault, chairman of -the missionary com- iuittee, 'will preside and MIPS White- head of Toronto, will give an address, f talcing her subject" "The Young' People's 'Movement." The Ladies' Aid society of West- minster .will meet in trv thi at eight o'clock to make tinai arrangements for the What modern invention has, done V; for the "Happy Thought" sided at the tea equipage and Miss Lattice Bentley the icea; 'Misses .Dorothy Bentley and Hilda Church assisted. The tea table was centred with a pretty fern resting on- a cover of yellow Indian silk. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The ladies of St. Patrick's .church will hold an apron and -pantry sale on. Saturday afternoon, frrom three to six o'clock in St. Augustm's.hall. Tea will be served during' these 'hours. Wesley church Ladies' Aid Society, win meet on Wednesday afternoon, at three 'o'clock, for sewing.'. All the members -and-others interested are bridge theatre goers provoked such earnestly desired to be present. Tnanksgiving dinner they will hold in the: church Monday next. V'-i .The -Prrish -Auxiliary of St., Cyp- rian's .church will-' -meet with Mrs. and -Uttjdon Roads, Thursday aftehioon at three 6'cioclc. more' things .than It 'added to the H.APPY T2HO.U.6HT', advantages which we did not -even dream of wheu our ftrst stove was made. The HAPiPY has TIOW reaahed- a point where we it can truthfully lay it is immfrdiately simple .turn, and the fire 'iis brought un'der the -cooking on top; another .turn aiid the heat is concentrated on the oven. Pyramidal Oven Plates by measurement add jnore thau one-third to the heating1 .capacity of the oven. baking qualities-of the HAPPT THOUGHT: .'.But .whyfnot call and see the "'local--'.HAPPT THOUGHT .-whi glad to explain to rou.its features. Even if you dp not-iii- to buy right, exact knowledge of, th> THOUG-HT may- save you HAPPY tHOU'GMT 'claim-to be far in a-dvance -ordinary range; .In the first place .there- is the scientifically-proportioned fire- box- which has proved a. great saver of fuel... 'The patented oven damper is f-or the purpose -of distributing the heat where Also; as' they :the--oookingi vessel off the flat surface, they: allow the air to circulate under" it, which adds Immeasurably to your ability to do fine work. These features are enough to .give you 'some- idea .or the eco- nomy, efficiency. and unusual The William Company f Limited, Bradford. '._ and much trouble -later on -when the question. up for consideration. Perhaps you would be interested- in a copy ;pf our booWet, which tells: all. -about Al HAPPT THOUGHT name on a postal will.bring! it promptly. ..-._., GEO. H.LING AGENT FOR 'LETHBREDGrE- The -ladies will :hold their annual pantry sale and tea- in the school room Saturday arternoon Jrom: three tto six o'clock. The proceeds.of_ the'-affair wiil.be used to the" organ, fund. f. Miss. Stanford; .of- Nasik, India, .will give' an address at' the regular "month- ly missionary -meeting" of .Wesley 'Ep- worth league. evening.- Tt. Br-ebadwiek, -superintendent of jPodger" Master. Howard the society: of delinquent and neglect- Gay will an instrumental se- of Alberta, will meet those interested ..in organizing a chilf aid-, society-in; this city this eight'-orclook in church. Knox lection, and.. Mr, will sing. The Carnation Club will meet for their fortnightly -hop tomorrow, even- ing in the Caledonian, hall. The club hold their assemblies on second and fourth Tuesday of each This evening the young St. Cyprian.'s parish, will-., gather at. the home'of Rev...and Mrs.' McMillen at the" corner of-Crabb street and'Lon- don' Road, for-a social" discuss the advisability -of. organizing a. young- people's MARKETS Birkenhead Live" Stock Market Jbiverpool, Oct. .Rogers Co. today report that the demand in the Birienhead market very and although; prices tone was unexpected if Quotations ruled, as .i'oilows: States steers from uanadian from to ranchers from cehta pound." Deptford Cattle 1'65 Canadian and eivcattie; trade slowest to and '13 cents spectively.' 'Sixty U. S. adian held Everything that experi- ence, good chefs and the markets afford. Get yoiir next meal here. Lunches and Afternoon, Teas at all hours. e Gater to tKe Best Trade Exclusive control for Lethbridge for the famous "Nbrthway" tailored garments. CLARKE 'Jhc Ladies' Store V. One J Right Thinfl it 'the Right aTthe Sole selling Agents for the gjoye-fitting .Corsetr. Stocks in every department at the highestrpoint of completeness and everything you need for the season is such as you desire, not only in styles and qualities, but in prices as well. x New Suits and skirts, new coats and dresses, new underskirts and blouses, new corsets and underwear, new hosiery, and gloves, new belts.- and rveckwear, -.new damasks and: linens, new dress.'goods and. shown -In most com- plete and satisfying" assortments and in patterns and designs that have jiirt that touch of novelty and exclusivenets that will give you one more thing for which to bfr thankful. r'-; THANKSGIVING GLOVES AND HAND BAGS Advance Christmas stocks just to-hand affording un- equalled variety of choice in none but thoroughly depend- able qualities The Handsome Styles in Newest Dresses are a Kevelation. Rare beauties selling at >27.50 ana 532.50. styles in fine" wear and beautiful silk, "net" and" combinations -of silk and chiffoin for formal afternoon and evening events, all very dainty in design and Trimmings and absolutely exciusivein styles. NEWEST SUIT Everyone correct for this season's weac shown in most popular pure wool materials beautifully tailored and perfect in fit. HANDSpME NEW'COATS AT Big assortment comprising even- wanted, style in plain Kersey cloths and -.the. new- diagonal weaves in plain and novelty mix- tures. Sale of Silk and Silk Moreen Underskirts _____ Silks shown in excellent duality taffetas in-black only, silk mooreens in colors navy" brown, green, grey, sky. black, cut with extra fulness-In body, beau-' tifully finished with handsomely trimmed -flounce, having ;deep un'derfrtll .of self ma- NEW SILK to i Plain taffetas and messelaines and the fancy styles s'ho'wn in nets and dainty new styles that you have not seen'before. NEW TAILORED WAISTS to Handsome linens and vestings in the pop- ular tucked and Gibson tailored styles, per-" feet in fit and most, reasonable in price. 'THA.NKSGIVING- DAMASKS AND -LINENS Dainty napery to delight the house wife expecting friends for the holiday, big assortments and splendid val- ues'. THANKSGIVING NECKWEAR AND BELTS In the new Persian and more staple effects, shown in a great variety of new do signs jus: to hand by express. Sale of Fall Weight 75 t 2 Excellent qualities, shown in splendid fall weights, 60 per cent, wool, guaranteed un- shrinkable, nice fine shown in A wonderful value at the price. FINE LLAMA HOSE 40c.- Beautiful qualities in pure Llama wool, i full fashioned, seamless feet, spliced heels and toes, an unmatcaable value at the money NEWEST-CORSET STYLES that suit the.majority of-well dresa ed women, medium bust, long back ar.d hips newest directoire styles, white only, excel- lent values. ;