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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday. Octob'er.26.1010. THE LKTHBRIDGE TOVILY HERALD Pag THANKSGIVING SALE These Cor s e t s for Thursday, Friday and children's Dresses A remarkable value for Thursday, Pnday mnd Saturday in, '.the heat corset in the city. -Bias filled and ill newest long- hip, effect, _also the famous Crompton corset Thanks- giving sale price, "A horifcst, stmiglitlorward, K.cut-price." tlivce-day Thanksgiving Sale, In keeping witliithelo iitation of this great 'Value-giving; storey: A Jsale may depend upon to the last cent in the price and the Hast stitch in the that ca Avhere. We sell for cash only. Sale Thaiiksgiyuig Sale of Linen Table Cloths An opportune time for this large new table linens to' go on sale. The "Crown" pure for purity of materials, brilliancy of finish and finest quality to be had. These pure linen cloths are 2 1-4 and 1-2 yards in and-in''. the greatest .range. of border all around. Regular val- ue at -Thanksgiving sale price -.'-Si Made of fine vrool serges. etamines, shepherd's checks etc. Also flannels ant! wrapperettes. _ ._ All ages 'i'to 16.. years. Regular 75c up to Sit Thanksgiving sale Thanksgiving Sale VWRAPPERETTE WAISTS Made of good quality flannel _and in at........ SATEEN UNDERSKIRTS Beat ?1.75 and Sateen Under- v skirts you- have seen. Bril- liant., satin' finish and handsomely trimmed. -Special -at INFANTS'SILK 'A limited quantity for the littlejtot. Extra 35c quality. SILK HOSE 11.75 black spun silk hos- iery. Extra quality and -will wear Special F1110N SPECIAL 'Wide 5 and 6 inch hair ribbons in all colors of taffeta silk. Regular 25c f or WOOL TOQUESPECIAL 'Mi limited quantity of wool toques for school boys and girls. All colors. Special 15c 25c Two Handsome Black Voile Dresses at Two stylish '.'sample'' dresses, made of an extra fine quality of voile and trimmed silk and Ee-w rat-tail braids. Late New York models in style and sizes 34 and.36. Regular and ?32.-50. Thanksgiving Sale o three-day rushrout' ,of-'stylish- dress goods.. finest'new'diagonals. serges; AH 35c Dress Goods.....4...v. All Goods All 60c Dress Goods Ail 75c Dress-Goods All Dress Goods Ail Dress Goods Wrap- pers lor only 'I? Made choice patterns of .fast color flannels In ..blue gray, etc.- Made in good full generous-sizes rand 'extra value at the right price, Wo- men should tarry for these as they'll go in. a hurry.'A table 'full: of them sell' at' only ONE DOLLAR. Good Flannelette 05c Think of -the low.' price t' Can hardly buy i'or; cost' of making and trimming.- These-are in- good; -and trimmed .with lacs and .embroidery, work.. Colors are pink .price was.Sl.25: Thanksgiving price only NINETY-FIVE CENTS. C Big .Skirt Sale Women's stylish skirts, made of pan- B, diagonals, serges and yenetians. All 'colors in new Winter styles. Regular up to for Fil'ty Pieces of Table Oilcloth for Oiily 25c not think of selling these best quality table oilcloths if we hadn't secured them before the great rise in price. Best grade table oilcloths.in'pretty patterns flowers checks, wood patterns, eter, in red, green, .brown, etc., also blue vein or white. Worth 30c a yard. Thanksgiving price 25c Thanksgiving Sale FANCY COLLARS All our choice stock of dress-' col- lars on sale Thursday, Friday-, ana All 75c collars for .65c All 50c collars for. All "35c- collars for .............25c TOOTH BRUSHES Good" bristle tooth brushes, with bone 'handles. Regular 15c 1 ft and U C HAIR. BRUSHES Good quality -hair brushes with ini- itatlon "mahogany Regular only" NECtC-MUFFLERS- Good' quality wool "mufflers in all colors, dome fastener for 45c value WHITE FLANNELETTE.' An extra-' .special ..in price WRAPPERETTE Best. quality' fiarmel Av'ith'cashmere- finish, pretty''patterns in fast col- ors. Worth special-at. ..i.......... 15c Big Waist Sale Women's stylish waists, made pretty silks and nets'in creani, black New st.vles and -regular to SlO.Ou. ,1V big special Hosiery Sale 'Women's finest'60c line -wool caBhmere'and Llama hose. Also line EagHsU. jibbed, worsteds and fiat-rib- 'bed hosiery.-- of them, ready tor at 4Sc NCAT RucMngs The newest tingeVand- Dres- den neck frillings. All the lat- est colors. Worth 20c a frill, Thanksgiving S4.95 15c Motor Scarfs The new" wool'motor- scarf in cream with full flowing end. Also silk shoulder shawls. Regular 69c Taffeta Silks Guaranteed "Queen Quality'" black taffeta silk, also all col- ors in. French taffetas. Regu- lar Soc and 69c Sale "of Silk Moreen anil Taffeta Underskirts Splendid choosing on this table for 5'our new winter underskirt. Any col- or to match your costume and in fin- 3St quality. Handsomely made and up to So.OO. Thanksgiving sale British Columbia Fruit Lands '.Why nat live Tn the mild tunny climate of tne'Okanagan where one can make profiti from a. few acrejs of orchard? one of the moat favored spots on. Earth "'jrhere fortunes are being made in a desirable occupation and under the most ideal conditions' CARLES ORCHARDS "Directly on the line of the C. P. Okanasan '-.Branch., is a. subdivision of the choicest fruit land ia the Okanagan.Valley. 'v ZThe soil Is mellow, deep and very fertile. -1' The district surrounding Carlin Orchards is rproduciag in abundance fruits of the finest -ojuality. This-fruit commands the highest price in tiie markets of B. C. and the prairie province's. The owners of Carlin a coloniza- company, are determined to settle this of their holdings at once. For thiii reason -we are able tc, offer 10 and Acre blocks at a price that 'ian never be in British .Columbia. .V.; Exceptionally "easy'terms ars given as a Special inducement to the THE LAND CAN BE MADE 'JFO PAT FOR ITSELF. Price to per for land cleared and for'cultivation; Terms .1-4 cash, tolance 1, 2 and 3 years. 1 TlBB ia an exceptional opportunity which we urge yo.u-to in- 'yestigate. Write uVlor illustrated Pami hlet L. Roger Black Selling Agents. 524 Fender Street W. Vancouver, B. C. BLAMED CER. FOR THE FIRES Si. Paul, Minn., Oct. Can- adian Northern Railway is held re- sponsible for the lire that destroyed Beaudette, in the report made to j Gen. C. C. Andrews, forestry com- {missioner by Georpo Chapin. St. I and Frank Curtis, oi who had been investigating ihc ms.1- ter. The report says there is sufficient j evidence to show that the lire, was i started by the railway on "the Cana- dian side "during the latter part of. July. It" worker! south to the north branch i OT' the Beaudette River and North lo i Rainy River, covering about) eight i square rnilcs. It burned up to the! west side of the town of Beaudette i and lay smouldering until Oct. 7, j when it. was fanned by a 'erriftiCj .when it was fanned by a terrific wind j and led to the disaster. About the! right of Tvay just cast of Road River. This fire worked east three j miles and about two miles back on' each side- of the track, where it connec.ted with a fire which was start ed Beaudette side ot the! river.' .prosecu-tions against the C. i N.R. for allowing combustible "mater-j ia] on The right oi way arc now pend- ing in the district court of Bellrami county. The company is fighting the constitutionality of tlie law. H the state wins; in these- eases the fores-j try depan-nient plans TO bring action; against" r-he C.N.R. lor -sixteen other fires, ail alleged id have been, stan.- i ed since .July. The loss from recent fires is estimated agents 'OL- the forestry commission at about, million dollars. GEO. TAYLOR'S for choice fresh Cut Flowers, Eoses. Car nations. Lily of the Valley. V And all other Flowers in. se.i- son. Funeral Designs, Wed- ding Bouquets and Plants ,cf nil kinds for sale and to rent Free delivery to all parts of the city. GEO. TAYLOR FLORIST Corner Bartieit and London Roaa; Phone 675, P. 0. EDtfEO BY returned to her .home in Peterboro, On taric yesterday afternoon. v -Mrs. H. Homer; Gay 'leaves to-mor- row for a few days' visit with friends in DAYS The hostesses tomorrow will be: 'Airs. A. E. Humphries. -Mrs. C. B. Bowman. Airs. E. B. Hill. -Miss Hings. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL will receive tomorrow first time since her residence ic-Lethbrldgo and thereafter on the first'Saturday of each month." Mrs. T. F. O'Hagan will" not receive being indisposed. iirs. Gay will'-not receive tomorrow. V Miss B'entley was again the raisbn de etre at a pretty affair yesterday af- ternoon1 enter- tained with an "old .timers' shower" in her honor. Only the most intimate friends 'of '.the; bidden a delightful afternoon- was spent in1. "Mrs! Couybeare's'. drawing roonis, which' with "white chrysan'themums and 'brightened 'with the ruddy' glow .fromv, th'e-grate.' "At the tea' hour "guests we're 'usher'e'd to the dining room, whehe-the-lovely tea. table with jits pale green silk'cov- er aiilesQUisite clorh.of -Mexican drawn worlC ropes of.smilax extending 'froin the electrolier to the 'a _show- er .of'wihite Vas pre.sided over' by "MrsJ" lNaismith who poured, and Mrs! Mewbtirn, who cut- the ice cream; _ which was- in '.tae form, of an The predoininatbig. colors; white.; and green, were-, carried out intthe'lffiWu: "The.pretty'frpcked girl's were Gladys xitor good represeirKltioil es Lettice and Dorothy Bentley. After tea Conybeare ..presented the .'_Leafrue "TC-' a" with' CLUBS LAND SOCIETIES A special meeting of; t'ae -Women's Auxiliary of, St; Augu'sUn's Church will---be held to-morfow- arternoon at 3.30, iu ber is requested to -be present, as.im- porumt .business will the i members. -'i1- The Don't AVoj-rv .Club tneir fortnightly" hop" at ian-'liall this'evening. The social arid, the -First 'Baptist Church last- evening: was the greatest event' of. the Church.: About pre-; sent, and e'd -to its utmost, and .great due. to -the ladies in treatments, Misses'. Way Edgar and Mrs. A.' E. Smith, in served "the-Jgiiests.- Toe' prbgtamme unusually "eVery" was.enjoyed. Those.taking' Miss :boiy reading: K :Bosworth, piccolo Miss, S. l Miss -Lucy- Way, ah address '.by, Miss t the .features--of .the, tterald "Flute Quartette Kane, BoswonJV; Cliandier'and The'proceeds" of th'e ed to, ?SO, xwliich is ip donate 'the, -choir fund-' ,by'. t of "htinpr'j before "'the placed .who: were "'4 grouped abput "tier. A" gift tha't'v_is" very greatly ciated by; the "members of'St py'prlan's parish and.tlie rector. "is handsoiiie brass altar' :desk', "presented Mrs; W." Downer. ;.Mrs. C, .-H.. De vine, .held ,ier post-- nuptial reception yesterday afternoon at her cosy apartments, in the, VicLoria- 3lansioiis. Mrs. H. L. Gpode -receired: with- her. The hostess, looked lovely. in-.ai graceful robe-.pf embroidered point.- do over ivory satin. 3Irs. 'Goodc wore a most .becoming gown of, crush- ed strawberry foulard -wit-h, bandings of black velvet ribbon, and large blacki plumed hat. The living jooin was Iragrant -with -the. perfume of- -Killar- ney roses, which were also used to adorn the -pretty tea" table, p'resided' -by soineV'gown oft dove .notvbe the hist -of .t evenings, city.' rrThe-Lutheran ;pn Thursday. -afternoon- .-at .of. xAIrs.. -Benson; 90.1 --.Bort-lett rstreet'i 'Maids .-of holii' their firsV annual c ban- quet S-30 :-'m 's" Hall' LadjeV St. 'An-' '-'ch'iirch; North' -LethbridgeV are s'ervid'g'' a "cliicken Cupper." in -Reding's between the hours ,pE' six 'and -After: supper 'ui mus- :ical progi-amnie" SOCIETY-. ATTENDED'-, "Twelfth Night" at the Majestic'.Last delightful comedy by toque.-pf- black s 1 roses. "The assistants were Mrs. Scrimes, who looked well in a princess" gown of taupe satin and fur turban, and Miss Maud Oliver, wearing a dainty frock of lilac satin striped delaine, and large black beaver hat. Mrs. C. B. Bowman entertained six- with rose; becoming to be 4ifs ideal presented before a Mafes- tic last evening. William Yule, as Sir Toby Belch, unc-lp of .a. rich comitess, was the leading man, and kept every: one roaring, Violet Eddy starring 'as Viola, besides being- -very a clever little" a'ctress. -The 'characters' were all strong and each portrayed bj's teen little folks delightfully yesterday or her .role with absolute-' knowledge afternoon in 'honor of her wee daagh'- and ease. ter Maisic's eighth birthday. AH :.hsj. the company will so dear to children were played pear, in another- of com- uiitil tea time, when -a delicious sup- cdies, "As You Like per was served. The table was cen-j tred with pink and white -asters and j the favors were tiny flower -pitts of McGILL PROFESSOR DIES AT SEA roses lor the girls and I'orgeimenois _ for the boys. Of course the Immense j Monlrcal. Oct.' Dr. David Pearee birthday cake brought forth exclama- i'enliallov.-, professor of botany at uons of joy and when the litile hostess i Gill University since' ISSM.-dicd at cut her cake, giving each lad and lass! last, He loaves a wife.- and enerous slice, happiness reigned son iu Boston IJ4700 THE EARLY LOVE of a cbild tends toward cake and good bread and butter. ICvcry child is fond oi' our bread and cake be- cause it is RE AND WHOLESOME r.tl ai, the same time full of nutri- ment, that belps to build up the little City Bakery Ford St. Beside Fiie Hall Phone 1181 a supreme. f i Mr. and Mrs. .M. T. Buchanan, Ing- ersoil. announce the engagement "of tneir only, daughter. .Miss Olive Fen- ton, to -Mr. Hector W.- D', Brov.-n. of Gait. The wedding is ..to rake place the latter part, of November. -Mr.-Bu- jcftanan spends a portion of his time Jin this city and luis ;i.large circle-of j triends hero. v V Love knows no politics. The en- gagement is announced of the, sister ot" Hamar Greenwood, vhe young Can adum, who lias made so prominent a place for himself in the front ranks ot" British Liberalism, and .ol" Mr. -L. S. Amery. the Tory Imperialist of the London Times staff. Bo or Money Back" Stop falling in two weeks. Cure dandruff in I two weeks. STOPS itching i scalp immediately. i Grow more hair. j Make harsh hair j soft, silky and lux- uriant. j Brightens .up the I hair and 'eyebrows. As a hair dress-- ins it is contains T' nothing that can The marriage of Margaret Sidney, j possibly harm 'the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' H.' Beutlcy 1 hair, it is JIOL sticky and R. G. Dinning, manager of the .Merchants Bank at- Castor, Alberta, will be celebrated at St. Augustin'a Church at nine o'clock this evening. i oily or is j used by thousands I to keep the hair I pre- 1 vents as well as cures diseases. Mrs. Potter, who has been visiting her sister-s, the Misses McLeay for n day or two, returned to Jier home in -Medicine Hat yesterday afternoon. T- .Miss Oia Ca.van.igb. who lias been Bending severdi tuouUis m city. The Girl with the anburu hair is on every-package For women and children it is the jinosi delightful dressing and should i bo in every 'home. Druggists 'every- j where and at -Johnston Jackson's sell ir. for SO cents a large bottle..O'he. girl with the Auburn hair is on every bottle. Mail orders filled byVCana'd-' ian niak'e'rs, Giroux Mfg.' Co., Fort Erie Out- ;