Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tuesday, October 2o, 1910 THE LETHBRIDGl: DAILY HERALD Is In Full Swing and it's a Hummer A Genuine Thanksgiving Price Reduction selling piles of 'Suits, Skirts, Coats, Petticoats gloves and why Sfipuldn't iwe B The goods are in every 10 to 20 per cent cheaper than "I f. X r stores ask; for for like articles. The discount applies >to -all" purchases of One aiid upwards. Overcoats at 10 per cent, discount Eoy's'Gloties to select from., suits, single or "double o'rAvitk- of dependable. or. tweeds. have double seat "and- knees, other. They are- here in. this PETTICOATS for "Shot Silk Petticoats, made a spleiididS siiot'taf ettaij slierring -tLicking oil deep flounce -and full: der dust frill, with adjustable bandr aM Weai' ifes, irt tliis sale SOc BELTS NECKWEAK big line of belts and i-ii -.this'-sale Corsets at a Discount, too. 'Each A GOOD TIME TO BUY DRESS GOODS You 10 per cent, on the Dress Material. Trim- mings and Linings, This alone pro vide-many: little dddntv things which help to make the toilet complete. Serges'at .50c. 75c'and Diagonal Serges at ,-.60c. 85c and Chiffon Broadcloth at and Wool-Hopsacking at and .Wool Poplins, at and 85c feilk-and Wool Cripone at .-Silk Eoilene at per yard I'ancy Plannel Waistings at r.T.-.-.. Wool Delaine Kimona cloth afc .45c Tweed Suitings.at per varcl JL FUR MUFFS All at a discount of 10 per cent .Persian Lamb 1 Mink 'Mink Marmot :._.. Mink- Marmot 'Gfrey Learn a >r.. Squirrel W.T. 10 per ant discount on al! these prices FUR THROWS AND SCARVES 1 Mink at Xo. 1 Stone at Mink Marmot at Mink Marmot at Grey Lea ma Black Loajiui at Sale Continues All This Week. Please clo your buying early on Saturday. in the Crabb EDITED av "UNO" PHONE 10B3 Mrs. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL VISITING DAYS fc hostesses tomorrow will be: y. .H, Mrs., W.. H. Morris, Cutbill St. -Mrs. -F. D. Shaw will receive to- morrow and thereaiter on the second Wednesday. -of each mouth. Mrs. C. JB. -Bowman entertained at not to be outclassed except in large cities.. j At midnight .the. dancers repaired fin relays to the., King Edward Hotel, I wtiere.jx, supper .was served which was 1 in Keeping' witu all bhe other splen- idid appointments of the.. ball and re- flected great credit oon the cuisiiio department of -that well managed House. Dancing was resumed after supper and continued until lour o'clock in the the tea hour'vesterday afternoon for the bride of Miss Sidney ifentley. Pink asters ceu-tred the appointed tea table, rhei morning. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES tea room. Last-' evening the Knox church j Beauty .of which was further enhanced imiastVc'Guil'd had a decided treat in .with garlands of smi'ax. Mrs. E. of the To- and Miss Isabel ronuT-Ewart training school. The sub- Miss address was ,_ Missionary Move- .organization and At the tea houron Sunday a were fully explained, while the jof young- dropped in for a chat j annual convention-at "VVhrtby, for the and. cup of tea with Mr. and Mrs. j purpose of enlisting "interest through G; .15. Fleming' and their charming! tae -medium of 'the special study guest, Miss of Minneapolis, (course and'the'personal'-contact wifh. returned missionaries in social inter- .A shower" is the; course> discussed, ilormv.oiVentertaihment offered by ilrs.- JMiss Ault-cbnve'ffor of mission- Xionj'bear.e- at Riverview 'this afternoon j-ionar.y a c'burtesyjjto Miss Bentley. by- the any .-further in referen'ce._to literature will host- ess at an :infcrmal. little dinner'tombr- -evening. Mrs. Fleming entertained at dinner iast evening', for her .guest, Miss Wat- son. table was .centered shaggy golden "mums." _ Covers Mc- E, Fisher, Donald Duff and .the host and hostess. 1 Mrs. W.- jnother .of-Mrs. B. Rteuter. who lias 'been spending the five weeks. ;with .her.' daugh- this morning for -her .home in. Nyssat y. Mrsl -received again. when she wore a ;'vieux rose gold lace. Prer tea table were Mrs. d Mrs. 0. L.-Rpbin.- son. 'Mrs.' W. cut the ices and'assisting -were Miss Eleanor Mac- donald, Miss Ethel" Harstone and-MFs% ianthe Hardy .Press. n Friday evening last an exceptionally orilliant dance was given at the Royal Alexandra. Winnipeg, -by Mr. and Mrs. G-. J. -Bun-, in honor of their young Kate, who 'made her initial- how to society. Amongst the many guests mention- the Free ,P.ress app'eared the e .of ..VMis's; Agnew general details, with, .a. view ta eight .weeks" studV. Qlags. connection, -with--.the There-1 will tie regular_ G-uiidmeet- ing ''on' ing being', on 'the of, 7. wnen, the leader. willbevRey. Mr. Bry- The pro- gramme, for- that, evening .is in the hands': of the educational committee, 'and: 4, large attendance is requested.' Nasik, "hundred amCipty members7and .-friends 'of the .W.-esley League' lasi; evening: She has herself :'m'any Lethbridge people; during in Leiixbridge address oir tne a nativte-'Chris't'ian' and that native? listened to. with intense Canadian Nasik hospitatl is being erected by the zenana mission oi -India "f la'rs was given, to the fijn'd PERFUMED MADE IN CANADA. Is (he-Standard Article 'KEADY KOR USE IN ANT QUXNTITV Kor mnJiinil iHttltniKi: wilier.' rrmovinjt .-'old dixinfrclini kinks, drvinit for iiiony olhrr A qmi We will refund pr money if e Bibboli Tea does not fully satisfy you, We inay say though that we have not yet had to is surely the best pos- sible proof is all we claiia it'to be, Buy -a? poiind and if you are not per- fectly satisfied your-grocer, will promptly re- price. r attend, the yesterday. of each: ety in.--the city was re- ceive the donations from" members -oE her society. -'v- of apricot -crepe de chene, lace irridescent trim- saddle "horse. "Beauty- ro-wned by Mrs. F. D. ShawVand en: ,edL .Percy. Snaw at Winnipeg ob'tainfid.'live ribbons and a silver 'medalist the; exhibition, competing Msh and -American stock. bred Furenan .of ,B_oundry Creek. f "'..On Wednesday evening a quiet wed- aing was solemnized at St. John's "church, Medicine Hat, by Rev. J. W. .Slorrow, when. Alfred John Cutland of "Purple Springs, "Alta., was united in tfie bond of matrimony to Miss Margaret S. De- .vonsntre, the bride come but from England. The Earl and Countes's-of Harrowby j and'their son, left for Ufie'ichen in tne private, noy with Mrs. A. Mi .Grace, after visiting'the ranch, of the "Southern'Al- berta Land-Co. Yesterday, they visit- ed the irrigation tract and the town sue on theJBow river. They will pro- ceed'to" :Ban it arid Vancouver anJ tnence' ro Hat Uur fincher. Creek correspondent writes; A good many terpsicliorean events nave taken place in this town of a 'more- or less fashionable and dis- tinguished character, but the military ball held in the opera house on Fri- day night under the auspices of squadron D, 23rd Alberta. Rangers, was a'dmitted by all who attended it as the best ever held here. The in- terior of the hall was resp-leuuent with decorations of a patriotic and mi...ary nature, which with .-the many hued gowns of .the ladies, as well as the j uniforms o! officers and men of D squadron made the scene a distinctly j onlliant, and picturesque one. Per- haps a better conception of the scene irom a spectator's point of view can be imagined when we state that over one hundred couples, among whom were represented the society folk of nncfler Creek, graced the floor with tneir presence. The affair formed an event long to be remembered by all who took part in it, the rich dresses- ol' many ladies adding an additional splendor tc the view. Mr.nibers of the cadet corps in uniform assumed the duties of ushers, and the music as supplied by Messrs. Derritt, Smart.! (I'urklss and TucKer was of a descrip- j the members of the-Leagne; last -even- ing. During tne session an acceptable solo was rendered by Mr. Dunning.and Al aster Howard Gay gave a splendid instrumental number. was appointed .the Lea- gue -delegate to the held in Calgary next week. iUss Podger presided at the meeting. About seventy-five enthusiastic and energetic members of the Women's .Missionary Societies of Lethbridge attended tbe missionary meeting held in Wesley church yesterday afternoon and listened to the deeply interesting and instructive talk given by Miss Stanford on the -work of the Zenana -Bible and Medical Mission at Nasik, India. A number of young ladies ap- pearing in native dress added to the y has been ''donated- .by _.The home of Rev and Mrs II V. ,Mcaimen''''rang with evening when thirty of tlie'Voiing peo- ple" "of the' caurcli were: 'entertained. _ recitations and; niusicr ;made tne' minutes Vjt" until '-decided to -organize a young, people's' ''association in" connec- Canadians for the new' Hospital in Nasik, which having been through' the" Miss Stan-j ..this evenings for Moose'j Jaw. wnere.she a.-meeting tomorrow night. tion with St. organiza- tion" mseting' will be held aft-home of :Mrs. -Joseph. Monday. dft soeiation 4.15 to adopt1 to. com- Ever.yone...is ttie I Pleie 'organization. foul -supper the church will .hold tomorrow1 to. become :.a in Reeling's haM. North-, iethb ridges A splendid musical program reature of the eveningv-v.: ,u J The following programme" will "be rendered at the First -Baptist 'church tnis evening in social- that will be held bythe-'yocng people's union and 1'oV'the benefit of. the .qhoir lund. Tliere-ivill Tlie constitution perinits-.'any-teach- bers of th-e school qr- >other persons -interested education may join -as associate; members. --Meetings- will -be held twice -a- month. One Of these gen- eral-one: at th-e the teachers [will 'meet in sections. 'The .different sections with their officers are "as fol- lows: Miss, ,T p be no admission fee.but'a presided and at the'close taken at.'the door; interest-.of the meeting Fern- Miss Stanford's talk appealed to -the Solo. Miss Miss' _ present for donations for the establishment of a Lethbridge cot in. G. TaDor; soio.-L. H. solo, Mr. Bos worth 'Mr.: Dun- collection .man; .-secretary. Mr. -.-.I secretary. "Miss Gibson. "Mils'" Mackay; Miss the new 'Canadian Nasik hospital in ning: reading, Miss Lucy'Way: inau. S40 was, subscribed and as the maintenance ot a cot will be 150, the remainder of that amount will un- dou-trredly be subscribed by .members of the various societies who were un- Miss Diser: 'reading, --.Miss nute quartette, -Messrs. Kane, Bos- worth, Chandler and Smith: S. Simm: solo, 'Mr.- .-solo. Miss Gibson.' Dr. de Van's A reliable French regulator; never pills are exceedingly powerful in regulating the generative portion of the female system. Refuse all cheap Imitations. at 55 a box. or three for 510. Mailed to any a'ddress. ScofceK Dsniff St. Out. We have been too busy of late unload-, ing' and unpacking frvro cars of -ture tov send in our usually interestinjEr' advertisement. -1mt are now able to an7" nounc'e, that are display.! a large- assortment of "V, in greai vsviety. also have on hand a line of extension tables and diners. dressers and stands IQY ail 'All tlie comforts of a he TIC on show hero. Call and see us.