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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 1010, The Simpson Co., Ltd _ Nearing the Close of the Big JUST TWC) If y.o.iv luiveir't been .here. GOME ;A your discounts on elect-ric water bills! ]mow. it counts. Y.ou get the on all bills of One Dollar and The total of our cash discounts .a whole family. Yes, by all means take the .discounts. '.'_ You'll Want new Gloves for Jcoiild you do better ?_ -i? G16 yes uaranteed t French Kid Gloves Guaranteed: IS BIJY- AT 10 RC. at .Ladies7. _ combination at drainers' 'at 25c a vest's at" 45c ers at 70c at 90c j; priced r-EaxJies' es .French Ivi d Gloves Guv Best p; ;S1.35' iuni and light weights: Pure wool; linen an.di'wool-' or separate .pieces. r OFFERINGS IN FtFHS Look- cheaper 4, k HOSIERY' '.45 TTE 'BARGAIN" spi iii J'S-. .stripe soft-finish, heavy weight a" "great assortment o C Colors., pink. Mue. tan, K'esrular ;l-5c line. skirts ana .......95.00 small or. large, with waists. Panama skirts Serge skirts Paiiiima .skirts ;8erge skirts............., Black-pure "silk Black taffeta silk waists Black all-over net waists Jap Ivimonas EVERY, ABTICEE IN THE STOKE REDUCED IX FEIOE -FKID'AY AND SATURDAY SHOPPERS. FOR SUITS we've sold suits, styles are attractive, on your boy's suit, if bought, would almost Thanksgiving Turkey. rv ALONG TO SIMPSON'S FKIDAY AND SATURDAY piles of The dis- buv the PHONE' 344 CRABB STREET if you don't think" j-kfitj; coiisicLered) than any you have ever seen, {Blabik large and very even fur the price 3 shape at f shape, at each rand.Muff, thtf i-..., ilassy-set............-.... SILK .WAISTS AND SKIRTS. We can fit ladies of any size; BY "UNO" ASOCIAL AND PERSONAL DAYS' The- hostesses-tomorrow -will be i .Mrs.' Westminster S.. 2nas, given in. marri- to age-by.her father, .looked very Ipvelr- -robe o'f ivorv Duchess bands entertained., in-: foijniaily; co v- -h ers.-idMaicL-.forvieiglit. at the g of .applique were used .the gown; thesur- piice being: aj ot ,'A' graceful in the-'hair ..winch-'was decorated in with- ia 'coronet blossoms red." was was h_eld-, secure with' .a. Grecian band, of pearls. Her .bea.uti- a cut Tul boUquet-was.'a shower of bride's" glass t1 roses and valley lilies, "with a back- ground- oi. asparagus of -yeliow; to s TOith. tull-e..-." withmern: Miss Lettice" of -the HallbW as" the pretty little -wearing .a-smart''frock of white Ben- .'with' waist Mr.. "hat maline and jr. Medicine' -Hat'-SoW; trimmed; wilh'-an..immense chew (i of. maline-at one side. 'She carried a Before-Ireturn-; sheath'.of-bridesmaid's" --roses- and met at- the .is' committee.; to by -Mr. -Dinning and his ;oEStudies1-taught ;-bes1f-man; Mr.-Charles Smith, o xir" _-. t. i _ i _ j- J_T_ J J. ._ 1 IP- rTVhn p oH in 'schools'-of 3v'iir ;'ittciid 6f 'the' comm'it- t.pfi Fernie- -The altar adorned with white" asters.- .During the o. "thei-rXigister-tlie choir sang. Vp ice I that 'Breattiea O'er Eden.'.' As party "left: Mr.' Mel- fplayed-.-'th'e 'Bridal March from dozen men's Reading treasurer, UA', T effective _trimmings of narrow black just reading Shakespeare's 'beloved cpm- .edy, and. the of it bv such a splendid, company, in Leth- bridge, was truly opportune. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES An event of next week in church 'society circles will be the bazaar the ladies of St. Mary's church will hold in Reding's .North. Lethbridge, on Wednesday afternoon, next, begin- ning at 3 o'clock. The ladies have- black stole> ried a huge mafi oi marabout. Following the ceremony a dejeuner was served" at the Bentley home on B'urdett street 'to the wedding party members of the family. Sweet peas' adorned the .Hying room and Enchantress and Perfection carnations were used on the dining table and about the room. Mr. and Mrs. Dinning departed at midnight for the north, the bride donned for travelling a tailored suit prepared a great' number of aprons j of navy serge and: CorrcSpondin? hat of all discretions, and children s Of satilli shc the gift the groom, a handsome set of black fox furs. The Bridesmaid's gift was a pretty amethyst and pearl b-rooch and dresses and underwear and" many fan- cy articles for t-he sale. There1 will be a food labic and also a home made candy hootb, and a feature of the sale will be fresh English lav- ender just received and put up in small bags by the' ladies. Everv housekeeper will be glad to secure some, I know, for'nothing is sweet- er to put amongst the sheets and pillow cases in her linen closet. Tea will be served during the afternoon. In the evening a dramatic and musi- cal entertainment will be given in the hall for the benefit of the church. Mr. Hincks has charge of the three [sketches, which will be presented, and Miss Hinps has charge of the inusi- 'ca-. members. f Tlic Ladies' Aid of St. Andrew's Church scored another splendid suc- Mr. Dinning gave his best man cuff links. rold! AUTUMN FADS Just as much false hair Is being-worn in spile of the fact that the coiffure styles do not tolerate the pompadour. m it Brocaded silks and satins of all Kinds are much admired; so are the printed chiffons and the bordered ni- nons and marquisettes. The newest fad in footwear this autumn and winter will be fur trim- med boots, to be worn with fur trim- med garments. broad Lhe iower of a narrow A MAJESTIC" THEATRE artisrs. characters are ATTRACTION (iill unique in originality and there are In. next attraction, seen city is..tlial. sterliiigi.New .Eng- the v.-ui ch be'-.siven -in all its v.'ea.Tth of nival scenery, the preat 1 1 uar rj- scene v.-iih Hs_ drills, and c.' veal stcarn engine at the ila- Saturday "evening. The compaay, is one of ..the best avcl'iins fl.nd r.nmbers many well players, including some clever AFTER LAND IN WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Oct. provincial i several types entirely new to the stage i government has formally requested In all, the play in its entirety will com-j of the citv pare favorably with the .best of New j tempt to secure possession'of the land Bnsiand plays, such as-The Old Home {now occupied tty the Dominion o0v. i -Countj' Fair" and 'Shore Ac-1 eminent in the central portion'of "the res.' Tho comedy duel scene in and w'aich Fort Osborne bar- j racKs are situated. The citv i ii'Jird act is very-funny and is said to surpass the celebrated, duel scene .lefierson-.a play "The i evidently desires 'to use the entire The company carry a the site of new buildings' it proposes to erect cess in the Thanksgiving Supper, which they served in Reding's Hall last uight' to ncarlv two hundred and j fifty guests The tables were iit j lily decorated and loaded with verv skirt breaking up the plain, deep hem appetjxms dainties Mesdames is quite prominent. Kcan, Thomson. Percival, Williamson! and TulJork. presided at the tables, Fear] A jn f which xverc waited upon hv members fof Girl's Club. Mcsdamc-s Home, and for m the i Icy and Parsons were in charge of; fajl styles. They are in white, black, I the tea, while. Mrs. Trew directed the j of pearl and dyed shades. of the evening ed a most capable "master of (.-cre- monics." j After supper ail were treated to aj most pleasing programme, rendered j by the Messrs. McKenzic. McPhcrson.! Sloan, ,ind Wilkes. Nelson dc- j all with her selections on the piano. The evening closed with the singing of Doxology: "Praisf: i God from whom all blessings The hostesses Mr Scott and Mrs. JjiBryden. seemed to be everywhere M once ami made c'-'cryone feel at, home those who were present. The votin-- on who should cut The S cake caused much merriment, lire _ I honor Brydpn. sivatlv appreciated the f Murray, whose auto bus rii.iclr three trips to and from thr.hall, carryinc the passengers gra- tis. The splendid net proceed? from the supper amounteii to SI05.00. Tlic (.if-Knox church art'ma1.; j ir.q; extensive r-roparnlions for their! tbankj-'srivinf: pantr- sale, and tea on Saturday afU'njnon, which will be hekl in the school rpom. The tables will .V Iondrr: with the choicest dain- I tir-s for table. Another Thanksfivinc sale, of in-i terest will be Patrick's and panirv sale Bowls and other Japanese Screens in ricfi, designs, four sides' handsomely decorated, DINING ROOM FURNITURE Extension Tables Dining- Room Chairs Sideboards and In all tiie popular and up-to-date finishes Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers' Phone 625 Repair work promptly attended to IMPLEMENT OPPOSING OPPOSING BILLS j1- They Will 'Send ton 'to Protest Against Proposed Lfislation being awarded Mrs l Calgary, Oct.' "the iiiiple-: nient men 51 this city will .send a de-j i legation north to Edmonton on Nov. I 110 for the purpose of interviewing ihe j .'government with'regard to-the tion proposed .by the Hon. Duncan j .viarsnall. minister of agriculture, isl now assured. According to one of the ,ve and he may accept local implement dealers, a -committee'j M _ V 1. .T. _7. .T- T1 T NOVA SCOTIA :MAN OFFERED a'ackvilJe, 'N? B.. W. of the science- faculty" of Sourit Aiiison University.1 left for Re- gina where he vvi-ll assist in the establishment of a odlst It is understood that the' 'board of managers offered Dr. And- rews the presidency ths new unixrersity at' an attract- at the last session, 'but among' the farmers -are-' said "to-be -stronjlj; endorsed. ,v rsQ iias the "Ideal" Guar- on the fsntrail. you have bought tris-Iv. Kor-'Idtai" Metal beds -ire cjadc ro satisfy. merely to sell. You wtiricT siir the diffcrrisce be- B c hod and another except ia fstc. rials. >Jor need you i: y4ii3 for the "Ideal" Guar- antee. I: is pu: en beds you can safely 1-u? irah