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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta j'Viday, October 25. ID12. THE LKT1TBKIDGE DAILY HERALD IFOR I SOFTENING WATER! IREMOVINOOLD PAINT! SINKS> fFORMANYOTHERPURPOSBf THE STANDARD ARTICLE ISOLD EVERYWHERE! Not Too Soon (Macloocl Spectator.) The strike of the Lethbriuge police iforco Is convincing proof that tlio fctakc-iip (lid not como any too soon, ".'rho only resiiU of tho concerted no- Jton of the "cops'" la that they will nil be out of a Job. Chief Davis will :lio able In (111 their places with good nieu wlthbut any trouble. MILADI Office 1M4 EDITED BY "INO" TtH Till'? OM) JIAII) A jewel along tlio path And inun in passing brushed it by, .For it wab in Ilic rough and lacked The lustre that might charm the eye. The Kcusuns sped and then tliere came A master man, whose was line, He run ami grasped thy precious stone, A en'inj; out mine 'tis mine And then heliold a friendly touch And through the master marker's art The jewel on that manly breast llccainc the pemlant o( his heart. Solomon. The outstanding event in the social calendar lor this evening is the teu- nis uanee, which 'will he held in the S.O.K. .hall. A Substitute for SUNLIGHT A Substitute for Sunlight is not as good and never can be, for Sunlight has distinctions which can never be imitated with success. Sunlight costs no more than inferior imita- tions so be sure you buy SUNLIGHT SOAP guarantee pi Purity on every 5c. bar. The name Lever on Soap is a Guarantee o! Purity and Excellence. 27 Mrs. E. 'A. Kharman, who Is 111 the Gait hospital, Is progrefslng well at present. Mr. anil -Mrs. Laptlmn, ol Uuttlc- lord, arc guests with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Iloyd. Mrs. Wells, ol Chicago, the ralson d' etrc ol a bridge, which claimed Mrs. lllllis us hostess last evening. Three tables were made up, the favors being carried on by Mrs. Harris and Mrs. S. J. Shepherd. Mrs. (J. L. Vrooinan entertained at a delightful bridge Wednesday even- ing in courtesy to Mrs. Wcll.i, of Chicago, and Mrs. McCullough, ol Kelowna. Four tables were In play, (he. prizes Wing won hy Mrs. Wells. Mrs. T. E. Neale and Mrs. A. II. Stafford. .Mr. land .Mrs. utorgc .1. Bryan and son, ol Calgary, are guests with Mr. iand Mrs. W. F. Nelson. Alice, the little daughter ol Rev. I A. and Mrs. Cameron is improv- ing anil is on a lair way to recovjiy. Mr., and Mrs. Stokea, oi Calgary, Mr. C. W. Parke, ot Red Ucer, and Mr. N. J. Smith, oi Calgary, are Congress visitors with Mr. and 'Mrs. A. Simpson. Miss Irma E. Maihews, or Okla- who has been in attendance al tho International Congress of Farm i Women, was summone.1 hon.ts by wire I last evening. There will be a.union Thanksgiving, 'service at Monday morning in Wesley church. Rev. T. P. Perry .will. conduct the service, while Rev. A. G-. Cameron will deliver the Thanksgiv- ing sermon. A collection will ,be taken in aid ot the Nursing Mission. Mr. and Mrs. Kirkby, o! Calgary, I are the guests of Rev. C. B. non, pastor of the North Lethbridgc Baptist church and Mrs. McKinnon, Mr. Kirkby was at one-time superjii- tcndcnt of the Fifth Avenue! Baptist, church Sunday school and will dress the children on Sunday. alUrr noon. C. V. Dennett, oi Prince Hn- pcrt, who has been the guest oi his mother, Mrs. E. Bennett, leaves for home, tomorrow. Mrs. C. S. Cochranc. of Moose Mrs. J. T. McKay, of Ox-' bow, are guests with the former's daughter, Mrs. .1. H. Cheney. Comtcssc Stesam de Sapieha, oi; London, England, who writes Idr Ladies' Field and Queen's under her maiden name, Miss Browning, is a, I charm-ing house guest with Mrs- C. F. 1'. Conybeare, Kiverview. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Dunham are guests this week wltii Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Daniels. Mr. and Mrs. Dun- ham leave later to spend the winter in Missouri and Oklahoma. The engagement is announced of Miss Nettie Hamilton, daughter of j the late Mr. R. Hamilton, of Emer- !son, to Dr. Victor V. Christie, of jCanlston, Alberta. The will i take place early in November. Three of the principals in "llillre Miss Freeman, Miss Wright and Miss -Jones, were presented with exquisite bouquets by the men of the 'company at the final performance plast evening. i Miss Elaine Conyboare was present- ed with a shower oi crimson carnal tions caug-ht with crimson ribbons by a Iriclld in the audience. Dr. Paul Fabcr, one of the delegates to the Congress, was so laken with Miss Conyheare's clever dancing, that he Kent a beautiful tiu'nch of roses to her homo on Tuesday morning. Miss Hoby Mary Caroline, daughter, of Col. the lion. Sam Hughes, was married in Cambridge Street Metho- dist church, Lindsay, to Mr. H. M. Urccn, of New York. Itev. Dr. S. Hborey performed! the ceremony. The wedding was one j of the fashionable events of the sea- son in Ontario. Macleod Spedalor: A very pleasing wadding look place In Christ Church on Saturday, be.i. 19th, when -Miss Henrietta Crawford (Scott) daughter or Mi-, and Mis. X. fi. .vs.; join- ed In tioly- matrimony with Hobert Jamei Crooks or Cranbrook. The church WHS arthticnlly decorated for the harvest festival and presented a pleasing appearance. Tho ceremony was performed hy the Itev. 0. Bithurat flail. The marriage oi Miss Klmina Hill to Mr. (ieorge Berkeley Hall, govern- ment seed Inspector at Cayley, was celebrated at Kiiox manse yesterday morning. Rev. A. 0. Cameron tied the nnpthil knot, both bride and groom being unattended. Mr. and Mrs. Hall will reside at Cayley. M.icleod AdvcrtiKnr Miss Clara Amelia Pcntland and diaries Waller Jaincs, both of Claresholm, were married in Christ church, on Mon- hy the Rev. Ci. Hathurst Hall. H. Moore, the bride's uncle, gave her "away, andi T. W. Wilton acted as best man. Mrs. Kerr Seymour played the bridal chorus from Lohenglin, anil Mendelssohn's Wedding March, before and alter the ceremony, re- spectively. A reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Wilton, after which Mr. and Mrs.' .lames left on the-evening train for Nelson, where they will spend the honeymoon. A quiet wedding was solemnized at j Knox manse by the Kcv. A. G. Cam- eron at four o'clock yesterday after- noon, when Miss Mabel Lind was I joined in matrimony to Mr. Albert John, Vcrburg, both oi Milk Hiver. --Both bride and groom were unat- tended. Mr. and Mrs. Vcrburg will reside at Milk Hiver. CRAIG The home oi Mr, and Mrs. John j W. 'Craig_ was the scene of a very i pretty wedding at seySh-thirty last .evening, when their, 'daughter, Mary Dcane Wilson, was'united' in matrri- niohy'to Henry Norman Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor, 1225 Fjfth Ave., S. Miss Margaret I'rifig, sister oi tNe was'bridcs'nfaid, while the 'gir'oom was his brother, Mr.'William I. Taylor.1 T. P. Perry 'tied the nuptjal knot in the presence of a number !ol j friends and relatives. j A dainty wedding serv- ed, alter which Mr. and Mrs. Taylor left lor Bow Island, where they will spend some time before taking up their residence in the 'City. Societies The Schubert Symphony Co. will; appeAr in Weslev church on the e'en- i ing of November 23rd. Coaldale Block, 3O9 Fifth Street South THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS Hose Hosiery Hose We have just unpacked two oases iiosiei-y which should have, cen lie re at our We niusl.hnve the. room for our Christ- __ ,1 ,1.1.. hoc mas anil. Holiday Goods, therefore wr at .a Bpcciiil. Sain. Our hiss is your LADIES, 15c, 20c, and Your Choice HOSE; 15c DRY-FARMING CONGRESS PENNANTS, 25 CENTS. yon waul, bargains. or.NTLEMEN'S 15c. 20c, and 25c HOSE Your choice a'liiiu of other souvi'Dir.i. (live ux a 'The Ladies' AiA oi'St. Andrew's cliUrch iirterifl serving a fowl supper in Unity Hall on Wednesday; evening, October SOtii, commencing at six o.'clock. flic. Chancel Augus- lin's church is asked at the church at two o'clock tomorrow af- tern'oon to 'make suitable'; preparation for tlie Marvcst Thanksgiving ser- I vices on Sunday. .'All .'niemhers. are Ail the young people pt St. Angus-i tin's church are asked 'to niUet the church as soon' as'possible'after j seven o'clock tomorrDiv.evening, to! help- decorate .for Hie Harvest j Thanksgiving service Government Officials Predict big Inrush (Continued froni front pnge) 'Mr. White's ImpeKSiona of the Con- gress, too, were exceedingly flatter- ing. "H was big tiling for a small city to umlprlako, hut I must say thnt you havo doiifi it crctlit. It will mean much lo tlie Tanners, who 'will have iietlor farming methods brought, home In them in a, way they cannot help hut, -assimilate. Hul, of course, tho feature, as I seo ii, is the advertising the West, lias It IUIH been clearly shown thnt our grain Is unl- belter" tli-ttn that countries. Thnt means ..that H' the farmers want t6 grow tho best, they will como to WfiHtern (Tajiiida. wbera ihey.cliii gel, the right soil and the right climate to do It. wflj, be a grefliM.nlklng point for our agents, and the winning of, suc.b sljrmi! victorieH for Canada In the prize competitionfl will, cinch fhelr The Attendance inny not, havp quiie many here y'on had cxpml- Two re.aHona inlglil he given for Ibis., In first [tliice tlio profliib-n- I iln'1 eleeiloiiK in the fl'ro the hoi- j test ever, and many farmers who would hnve comr, sla.y.w: at lioiuft lo SflTURDflY SPECIAL8 Of more'than or- dinary interest to .jij Congress Visitors 1" and Thanksgiving Shoppers liere-.dbn't mean nlicap not a bit use the term 'low price' in the sense-only. You can shop lievo'with'the full assurance that you are getting 100 cents worth o'l.' value dollar EXTRA ,FINE QUALITY ENGLISH BLEACHED SHEETING 70 Inches wide; losulor value 35c per yard. Saturday LADIES' GLOVES AT 95c PAIR Just a few pair left and they will not last for long at. such a .orico; In all colon (excepting Regular values jl oO AC A 51.75; Saturday, pair 33C 1000 YARDS TABLE LINEN (g'40c YARD. Extra fine quality in splendid' selection of patterns. Keg. nlar value 50c and ,60c per Mud SJturdaj Perjard MEN'S. CARPET SLIP- PERS In a good variety ol colon Well made. Satur- day, per pair BOYS' BLACK DONCOLA AND BROWN ALLIOAT- OR SLIPPERS Sizes 11 to 5; regular val- ue jjj100 urday, pair GIRLS' RED FELT ROMEO SLIPPERS 1 Sixes 11 to 2; Regular value Sat- oil OS Grasp opportunity when it presents-Uiejf as it does here' in the form of Rug 'Bargains. _ Heavy Asminster Rugs in gooft r variety of'colors 'with fancy -borders; will "make splendid bedside 'mat. Reg. value or: Salurdny Remarkable offerings in Ladies' and Misses Fall Coats A few of this sea- son's stock'of Lad- ies' Misses'.coats will go on Sale at a. big reduction in the price on Saturday, Ladies' 'Coats in heavy tweed, fancy mixtures; regulai1 values up to Saturday Misses' Coats, -in heather plain and fnhcy, well tailored throughout all Safe Good's A re Cash Only And Cannot Be Exchanged MEN'S INDIAN TAN HORSEHIOE MITTS Lined mill nool knitted''wool cuffs; 'fire- proof akin, filwaye soEt and. pliable, reg value JlOO, Saturdav MEN'S' PANT8 A great assortment of: a.weed and worsted pants in good dark patterns, regular values up to ?3.50 pall 33 to ffio -U) 42, Saturday pail MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS Coat style, -in line quality prints, zephyrs and cham: brays, light arid da'rli shades. Sizes 14 to Regular-values J1.25, iWEN'S -WINTER CAPS- Made, from high ported tweeds, with 'fur and k-nliied ear urotoctors and dark colors. Sizes to TVi. Regular-' Values Sattirdaj- ALL LADIES- WHO AHE "W.E-HAVE A SURPRISE FOR YOU 'CHANGE. FOR A ONE DOLLAR BILL ONE DOLLAR READY. pair BLESSED WITH A SMALL 'FOOT, HERE SATURDAY 'IN EX- COME'EARLY AND HAVE.. .YO.UR With Thanksgiving on Monday WILL NEED SOMETHING EXTRA IN THE 'GROCERY LINE. WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH'THE HIGHEST GRADE OF GROCERIES ON THE MARKET. Fancy Malaga Urapea. per to. froni per dozen up Cranberries, per Ib................ Olives, from, per bottle Puddings 35c; 2tbs. Muntley. Palmer's Biscuits; fu from, per 25c. 30c. 15c. 15c up 66c. assortment 25c. up Look! To everyone making a purchase OF NOT UESS THAN IN OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT, WE WILL GIVE THE PHIVU.4 EeE.OF BEING ABLE TO SECURE .A ft. SACK..OF H. B. FLOUR OR 1 BOX OF APPLES 51.60. less tbnn worth must pur- order to obtain those price Important Announcement We beg to announce that we have purchased the whole of the prize exhibit of British Columbia Fruits, now on show at the Exposition. These will be on sale at the store on Saturday at, per box HUDSON'S BAY CO. keep in touch with tho big questions being, threshed out. Anothei- reaaon is thill the farmers nrn (ill busy IhrcEhins.' If they have drop- lied their work they would havo come Certain in results beca use purest in qua! Hy; try it and in .thonaandB, but their, crop means money, and they could-not be expected to neglect It." .Mr. While went wesl to Kernio this nfl-nrnoon. after wlticli ho will go to Spokane, thonrc to Great Falls, and on In bis hcadiiuartETS at. Chicago. .Mr. Walker also went west: for :r short, vifllt. to of the smaller ng- oncIeH, is Biirry.hc came to. Lcthbrldgo to attend what. they both believe to have been the greatest Congress of agricultural experts, and the greatest oxpoaltlon of '.dry-fanned products ever brought, together at OUR tiuift on the North. continent. SIR RICHARD OPENED THE VERNON FAIH j VIM nun. B.C., Ocl, lliij mom prolific i roil Illii; vcaf llllil liuaj i-ver Inili-'ii thir peach anil of Ibe Ilkiinagan. llo i mi -much! urcnler Ihan last year llirn. Ihe tlllirrtH-' Ing of ihe ilintrici tin." liroki'ii down. Hundreds of tons of" peaches lie rotting in the orchards. Tons on tons "of apples will never reach a user, carloads will never be all. Next, year the peach crop win be moto than double this scnson. The year following it will I lie increase with thousands more (if ycuns trccp coming into bcnring. The apple show was opened -early in the a.ftcrncou hy Sir Richard Mcriridc. A DAINTY LUNCH lii Served daily from 12 to 2 o'clock at The Brown Betty Tea Room A. the Sign oMhc Tea Pot Corner Thir.l Ave. lil.U Pifll. Street South ;