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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE L E T H 15 R 11) G E BAIL T U K R A L I) MONBAY, OCTOBER 1914 PAGE FIVE Their. Entire Stock'of Ready-to-wear Garments Suite Goats, Skirts and Dresses in flic newest a ml most wanted styles I he season on sale-all.this week at prices so low that the advisability ol: buying now is forcibly demonstrated in Hie limit clearance price of every garment on our racks. This is biggest .money saving proposition in correct garments o! dress that you iiave met with in many a day and yon should make the most oi it this week while arc unbroken and choosing at its best. Closing Oat. Newest Coats Worth up to ZcJjclines, Fancy tweeds, Chinchillas in drop shoulder and modified wipe effects, a splendid selection including our en lire slock worth up to in every wanted size. Closing Out All Dresses Silk and Cloth Garments Worth to Half price! Just imagine! It would not pay for the making alone, and includes the best style garments of the season in Silks, Serges, Crepes, etc. HIGH GRADE PETTICOATS Worth up to Silks, Satins and Silk Moreens In a BDlencild variety of styles to widths to suit every woman. Regular and extra largo sizes, all wonderful values. COULDN'T GET INTO CANADIAN CAMP BECAUSE HE HAD NO PASS Announcement Is made of tho en- gagement of tho Rev. K. C. Hamilton, assistant curate of St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, son oC the- London, Octv ex-iltnv. C. Chetwodu lliimilton, to Jessie pcriMHT ljcfl.ll Dr. McNamara, pre-1 Hamilton, j-ounscst daughter of the LllaploeB ot A.y.p.A. of St. Cyp. sidral of to Local Government Hon. Justice Uassols, of Ottawa. rian'3 a hearty invitation Hoard, the Canadian wedding is to take lilaoe iu Canada h to all. No admission tea Cant visitcrilay. [Its-He till! [act next summer. GERMANY' TO STOP EXPORT OF SUGAR Uerlin, via Tho Hacno and u.mln.v, Oct. la liemi-of- iicialiv annoimcoi! that the go7- cninnint has decided to regu- APPLE FRITTERS (New) Beat one egg, add a few grains of-salt and one-fourth cup of milk; out four rounds of- bread from half-inch slices'of stale loaf. Set the bread into the milk and egg mixture and cook in deep fat- Stew apples, pared and cored, in a few- spoonfuls of syruji. Place an apple on each round of bread and :grate a little nutmeg over the top. Serve very hot. Irein Apples Of Finest Quality. Try a Box of No. 1 Finest Ontario and B.C. Apples For Sale By Wholesalers Only. Quotations gladly furnished tot op1 Iqts or loss. Buy Canadian Grown S We can save you money on your Winter Supply D 0 ft. 652 13thStN. Phone 1356 lohn Stocks introduced the many visi- ons. La France and American Jeauty roses were used effectively in the charmingly arranged, rose-toned drawing rooms. Mrs. Gordon received wearing a graceful costume of mid- light blue crepe bouche, with corsnge of pink roses. Mrs. Conyheare had donned a prutty draped gown of black charmeuse, brigiitencd with Dresden pleatings. Mrs. Stocks looked in a smart gown of black and white taf- feta and black chapeau. (Dr.) Ca'ibot, wearing a hand- some reception gown of coral satin romaine and becoming toque in har- monizing tones, assisted in: the recep- .ion room, which 'was aglow with yel- ow chrysjHitliemums. In the dining room two former Lethbridge matrons, Cam- eron and Mrs. Neil-J-lcLachlaa, -pre- sided at the elaborately, appointed, tea table, which was .Qcuivetl.. with er bouquet pink rose buds, .Mrs. Cameron v-s. in i charmeust. combined ith tjuisite lar-e touci ed vitli gold artJ Jlacli, and white chapeau. Mrs. -Me- hid donned a costume ol )lacli crepe de chine, with a coateo of ck Spanish 1-icfe and a beco niis saift'il black velvet totiue" b'lack ostrich mount. The' frltr of assistants were the Misses Izy and Margaret Cordon und Miss Marian Smith of Lelhbrlduc, who s attending the university. will be charged, but a collection be received. Juflsing by the interest being; shown by the ladies of tile the men, the exhibition of art needle- work to be made by tho Art Needle- work club on Wednesday afternoon, and evening next, large crowds should IJQ in attendance at both sessions. The exhibition will be held in the store lately occupied by the Gem confec- tionery, on Fifth Btreet, near the Sherman Theatre. Mrs. J. B. Renter, president of the club since its Incep- tion four years ago, has arranged, yith Mr. Gaskoll to have his orchestra form in the afternoon, arid this should add to tho pleasure of exum- ie' samples o? work Afternoon lea for tho first time since her done by the iu the capital. Her house will be served, tho proceeds from the guest Mrs C. P. P. Convtieare re- affair going to the Flower Guild and celved with the hostess, and Mrs. the general relief fund. ROSI Winnipeg Tree P ts 41 o clock on aftpinoon in the "Weth odist chuich of KllHfne in tool place the marriage ot Miss Cora L., third daughter of Mr. and Mi's. John Christie, to Mr. Albert -Earl 'Rose' ot Calgary, Alta., second soir of '.Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Rose of-Nspinka. To the strains of the-Brldal Chorus from tbe wedding party entered the church, -which- -was.- tastily decorated with flowers.. -.Giving- to the illness of her father, the. -bride was given away by. ! Daniel J. The bride, unattended, wore her travelling costume i ULJ.UV tiiloied suit of iiaw cheviot serge, .opening over a blouse of.. silk crepe .rimmed with rose pattern .lace and learls. She also wore a corsage bou- quet of orchids and lilies 6'E 'the ley. Mr. T V jiiesidt-d at the organ, and daring the signing of the register Miss Myrtle' Mc'Coffh'e'll' sang 'Love Divine i'i beautiful ittle lyric composed for the .occasion by Mr. Brigg-- The groom's gift to tho bride was .a leautiful diamond ring set; in -platin- um. To Hiss McConnell the: groom ave a prettv pcirl nns and gold scarf pins to the ushers Mes-rs ;er Rose and Edward Christie, brc- tliers of the bride and groom. Only the immediate ana ineiids of the fanuiv A ere incited UIOSP from out of town b ing Hr ind Mrs N D Rose, -Mr. Eber Rose and Mr Rose of Nap nki AIiss Dthel Chr stie of Winnipeg Mr Ross Rose of DU oraine: Mrs. Sarali Hutchinaori" of, La- fond, Alta and Ml W L Tranu of Crystal City. Mr. and Mrs. Rose left on the after- noon train ind after visiting Deloi ains, Napmka Retina and other-, we points Mr and Airs Rose will .reside in. Calgary Alta, Mr. aiid Mrs. Rose. 'were the reci- pients of many beautiful and costly presents, especially from friends in. Winnipeg, where the bride has resid- ed for some time yast, and from friends Ih'Letuoridge, where Mr. Rose has until recently been1 employed. Clubs and Societies NO STRIKES LOOM UP Fair Wage Officer McNIven Makes Cheering Report at Ferule Ferufe. B.C., Oct. Fair Wage Officer McNlven of Van? couvcr arrived in town from Leth; bridge and Frank yesterday morninsi and left today for Nelson. Mr. SIc- N'ive.n reports things in the labor world as very just now, with no serious strike trouble looming in tho nsar future. MAJOR G. N. CORY, D.S.O. Of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, Canadian who has-been mentioned General French in his" reports The Women's Civic club card party and dance tonight promises to he one of tile events of the season. Good prizes will he given. The.-function will be held in tho K. of P. hall, and all are requested'to be on time, Last night at ot Andrews church, _ beautiful cantata was, pleasingly rendered by the cholf, uigiteg PS Mrs. Bryan at the a. five piece orchestra composed ot Messrs UuiesfeUl, J. Grist Rlimaay Arnott and A was in attendance and thoroughly enjoyed the effort of the choir; The Daughters and Maids of Fng and Sewing class will meet on Tue" day. October 27, at the home of Mrs A. Cart, 966 Tenth street South at 2.30. The G, F. club meet with Mrs S BJ 1419 'Hfth avenue North tomorrow afternoon: That there is ;a-genuine -in for those whorhear.Dr. Dnndon aid's lecture, God s Diamonds' In St Cyprians Church tonight at 8 o clock, Is eUdent Horn the expressions pf delight from those who have ready had the privilege of hearing Rev. gentleman during his Uthbridge The if tffiSf ___' t- i Night School Will be Held If Demanded If tliere aie sufnc'ent pupils m LeUbndge ivho desire to enter night school classes this winter thei will be sivon the opliortunits the tame a% This decision was reached last Tlmi tiny r-i-iit bi the school board The boaid 'ins not decided to eliminate tie night classe- this win and that it ixstb entirely tutU he people who usually toot advan .age of such instruction If there are sufficient pup'ls apply for instruction n night cUs es the school board Till conduct them the same as last 5 ear, luth the exception that the teachers will not be paid by fche board Re numeration will have to come Ironi Ue pupils who take the Instruction and the teachers -will to make heir nwn arrangements in this re- gard The board will fnrmsh tie classrooms and heat and light onlv The subjects usually cohered iu .ece night classes are Typewriting shorthand bookkeeping mechanical drawing domestic science shop thematirs practical English and ttrtth woooworlung and Engltaa for foreigners. Any ttho desira to enroll should communicate with Mr J H Fleet wood secretary iManual Training Building, Central Phone'1813, as early ai Advt. MUST SIGN TO LETTERS THE EDITOR The Herald Is frequently In receipt of letters for publica tion under anonjinous signa turcs It if evidently necessary to remind T ers that Herald J publish correspondence has been enforced In tor nearly a rear Her- ;