Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friflay. October THE LETHBJRIDGE DAILY HEKALD 7S A Mi ty Sha In Men's Overcoats and Suits Saturday We're Setting Out "of the Men's Clothing Business as. Fast as m Know How, All Men's Suits in This Lot All Suits to go at All Suits'to go at-. .All Suits to go at All Suits to go at All Suits to go at All Suits to go at Men's Overcoats much Less than Cost Overcoats for only Ovefeoats for only 0vcrcoats lor only Yoiir Own Price Men's Wool "Rib Underwear 200 suits of heavy ribbed wool under- wear to be got .rid'of 'on Saturday. Worth every cent of 31.00 .although dealers .would charge you, has -a -red.; label ed "unshrinkable.'5 A big tnap for Saturday. 69c Clearing Qut The Men's Pants Men! hustle, for this table tomorrow .T.he finfest..worsted and most serviceable tweeds to be had in the city at and a pair. We're getting out of. the .business in a hurry, One price, will clear the whole 200 of them. Only.............................. Think of Persian Lkmb Caps at Genuine Persian'Xanib caps' in .all sizes. New wedge shapes and'in nice fine even Linings-are quilted and gooei', Cheaper' lor X1 i Saturday, at. only Greatest Snaps in Men's Sfeirts Men's, negligee'dress shirts, black -sa- teen, -flannel, Oxford and- denim shirts. A piled high with them at a price, us "ashamed of our- selves. jfor them.-A., big snap -for Best Quality Canvas Gloves Made ot an .extra grade of canvas and regular 15c a pair. We're out of the cheaper ones, so out go these at, per pair. lOc and Sweaters and Sweater Coats 95c the'se sweaters" are -made "of Canadian .'wools and 52.50, some were ;Made in all-; colors, in- cluding red. navy, brown, gray, etc. Also some extra quality sweater coats. All-on sale Saturday' 95c A Hewson's Underwear No underwear like it on .the market. Made of finest pure Nova Scotia wool 6 in heavy soft rib! We're selling it at Brechin in Early If the early bird catches the worm. Mr. R. L. Brechin Chatham ought to have some chance. He .announces that-he is a candidate-for mayor of; t-he Maple City in 191L QUAKER Don't forget to stuff your Thanksgiving Turkey N -with Quaker Bread. The only sort of bread to make a tasty turkey 'NUFF SED.' PH03TE 1027 GILMORE, THE BAKER Knssell Street, North Ward. FILTRATION OF WATER SUPPLIES .You can always enjoy your meals at the Excellent cuisine, quick service and moderate prices have piu this cafe to the front in less i than four months The. quality of water for human con- sumption, depends upon the polluting and purifying influences to which- it has been subjected before reaching the consumer. It is well known that the general health of a community us- ing a sewage polluted water gradual- ly falls lower and lower and the death rate increases proportionately. Of the diseases most frequently following the use of an. impure water, typhoid at the present day, the' most proominent position in the pub- lic eye. It is a curious fact, as yet unexplained, that -the change from an impure water to a pure supply dimin- !isaes the sicKuess and death rate, riot I only from typhoid fever, but also from 1 tuberculosis, pneumonia, and other serious diseases. It is also a fact that in certain cities using a sewage pollut- ed water, the death rate from typhoid rever is many times more than that I lor cities using a filtered water sup- ply taken from ihe same source. Generally speaking, there are sand filters cost, approximately, 000 per million .gallons of the daily consumption, and about ten per cent, of--this per annum for operating; while a mechanical filter costs about one- I'ourth, and, if carefully operated, a high degree of efficiency as regards purification can be obtained. This is well exemplified at Chatham, Oat., where for some years filters of this latter class Lave been in operation, the water treated being that of the river Thames. ORGANIST BADLY BUKXED Mr, H. E. .Tenner, organist, of Car- man, writes: "Some little time ago I took hold of a piece of wood, in a box stove, that I wished to move, thinking it had not caught fire. Un- fortunately it was very hot and burned my thumb badly, in fact, that'a large white blister appeared covering greater part of the thumb. J had some Zam-Buk handy and ap- plied it. then bandaged up the thumb The Zam-Buk took the fire out of wound almost instantly and eased thojceived Uie many guests who composed j pain. I had an engagement to play a; itna congenial throng, an organ recital a few days later, anc thanks to Zam-Buk I was able ,to keep the appointment. But for it, I know jk would have been utterly impossible EDITED aV "UNO" PHONE 1O3SS SOCIAL AND PERSONAL i In proposing the toast to the host- Mrs. Austin and Miss Austin will' esses of the evening, the Daughters receive tomorrow at 'their home, 53G tfartleu strfeet; Mrs. J. E. Hughson, of .Edmonton, will receive with them, c Mrs. E. J. Hill'will not receive this season. a Mrs. Conybeare' entertained a few congenial friends at dinner last even- ing complimentary to Miss Wadmore and Chief Justice Harvey. The table was attractively adorned with shaggy were laid for the honor guests, Supt. and Mrs. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kitcnie, Mrs. and .Mr. Newcombe. .After dinner three, tables at bridge were formed. A number of visitors were- greeted yesterday by Mrs. J. M. Aitken, who received for the first time since her coming to Lethbridge at her pretty home on Brunton street. The drawing room was brightened and Maids of England, the toastmast- er made reference to the beautuul sil- ver tea service and tray presented on Wednesday evening 10 'the president, from the society, as a'token''of their appreciation of her efforts. Mrs. War- ren responded to the toast most grai ciously. Mrs. Douglas responded ac- ceptably to the toast "to "The Absent six of whom are visiting in the mother -country. Rev. V. McMillan proposed the toast to the press, which different If your bedstead has the Guar- antee on the footrail. you fcave bought wisely. For "Ideal" Metal .bedsVare made to satisfy, not merely to sclL' You canaot see the difference tween one niata! bed exccpt-in externals: "Nor.Becd you set, if you! look for the Guar- antte. It is put on beds.you'can safely bay witii.eyes whybefors you boy another to send yoa "Tba Philosophy of bat iatarastlng. XIDEAL BEDDING OS KONTRCAL.-TOHOKTO w'hite and smilax. Covers was responded to by Miss McLacnian. j f Mr.: Robins, President of ths Sons ot England, responded to the toast proposed to his Society. .banquet in its every-detail was marKed'-Tvith ability. The delicious menu could- not have .been "surpassed, the decorations, were-decidedly effect- ive and and the deit assistants, wearing pretty, summer frocks, were eager to comply with tfee guesrs'. slightest wish.. Following the banquet Stop falling hair _ j__'_._i_ What Parisian Do or Money Back .tables were taken away and for quisite American. beauty: roses an-j j two hours young ana, bid -danced to pink and white carnations gra-ced th? lovely tea table, which'; was presided over by Mrs.'.Mewburn. Mrs. C. C. Mc- wregor and Mrs. K. P. Wallace assist- ed about the rooms- Miss Darlington' entertained a few friends last" evening in honor of Mas- ter Freddie Paunch. The evening was spent pleasantly playing garner 'and before departing the guests en- joyed the dainty refreshments pre- pared by the hostess. f V Mrs. J. 0. Wilson- entertained two tables at bridge yesterday afternoon as a courtesy to Mrs. Wells, who leaves -next week to .join Mr. Wells in Chicago where they will reside. will entertain informally Mrs. Wells tomorrow afternoon. Miss Mary McCann. 'of North Da- ocota, is visiting- her cousin, Miss Eva iVlcUann.. -CLUBS AND SOCIETIES 'Tomorrow afternoon between three and' six the Altar Society of St Pat- rick's church will' -hold .a sale in St. Augustin's. hall. All the goodies for the Thanksgiving table may be .secur- ed and aprons from the daintiest, bits of linen, lace and insertion to huge gingham ones just 'made purposely for you to wear when cooking your TJiaiiksglvtng feast will be sold. 'The pantry 'table, which will groan with -good- things., will., be' presided over by Mrs. De Veber and Mrs. Mc- Mrs. Gallivan and Mrs., Beagle will sell 'the many aprons. Mrs. E. A. Cun- ningham will preside at the fancy work iooth and the homemade sweets will be dispensed by Miss McQuirk and Miss Griffin. Miss Cunningham and Miss Delay with a number of the strains of the splendid, orchestra. As ideal hostesses the.. Daughters and Maids have won -an enviable: re- putation, but never before did their many friends realize their strength. in two weeks.; Cure dandruff in. two weeks.. Stops itching" scalp immediately; Grow more hair. harsh hair and .-ability. evening, they 'demonstrated, it in the charming manner; inl which they entertained their Every: one who was -present. last evening are; until'' last: soft> silky a uriant. undoubtedy they ;'bei-priv-. Ueged to attend' -the second annual ban cjuet of the lodge next year. The ladies in charge of the tables were: Mesdames Heaton, bartiett, Bertruru, Meecb, Frayne and Graham arid Miss Tawr. '._ CBPID'S, COURT T T f y_ T (JT_" i 't Brightens MP the hair and eyebrows: r_As a hair dress-; ing it-'.is without .a nothing possibly: (harnv h'air, it is .not sticky oily or greasy--it is used by: thousands-" to'-keep ;the McCullough .Wednesday afternoon, Oct! 26. at 5.30 the marriage 'was solemnized in the vestry of St. Mary's church by the K'ev. Father -Lewis, 'of '.Miss 'Maud M-c- Uullough, daughter of H., H.- 'McCul- lough, 140 Fourth ayeuue west, and J. Harry Cardell, of the.CJP.LC. Co., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Cardell, First street 'east. The bride wore a .smartly tailored gown, of amethyst -broadcloth, with contains .that can hair pre- .well.-'as cures, The Girl with auburn hair.is oiir every -For women most, delightful .'..dressing; shpuld be" in every home. Druggists' ;eyery-'- where 'and sell it-for. largel.bottle; girl -with; hair .eviery.': bottle: Mail orders ylilled ian makers, Girous .Mfg...CoX Port "Erie'.: he had given little need ;-.'tb; ..Frencil-, names lor" foods or to the. customs ''of rashionable eating places, so the menu V; a puzzle to him.. Finally he. decidr. cd to -begin with .oysters'. his he stew.ed, "don't you, "Hike yours large picture hat. and was assisted by nodded" he' ordered "Four Miss Marjorie Sutherland in a .mod- oyster stews.' ish blue suit with hat to match. The groom was attended' by his bro- tner, Meinlle Cardell, of Lethbridge. Air., and Mrs.' Cardell left on the six o'clock train, for the west and will visit the coast cities, as well as Hon- olulu, during -their six weeks' .houey Herald. -Uur Macleod correspondent writes: sistants will be in charge of the ten j The wedding of Miss 1C. M. to Mr. R. Jordan was solemnized in tables. tne Catholic church here on Tomorrow will -be a "Jonah" day for JLethbridge housekeepers for with two pantry sales there will be absolutely no need of baking for Thanksgiving. At Knox.church the ladies will hold tneir annual pantry sale in the school room beginning at three o'clock- Do- nations are requested to be sent to the church between the hours of S a.m. and 2 p.m. As some of the best j Wednesday morning and the happy couple left on the morning train .for Calgary and points west Miss Staple- ton was one of Macleod 's most popu- lar girls and Mr. Jordan is also very popular here, and is a government I bridge builder. The waiter grimaced ;at the beginning a dinner with oyster stews, and the guests could, not help -being mildly and yet in the name of. Keaou, If a ruan wishes to begj.n a dinner at Sherrys ..with an oyster'.. stew, .why snouidu't he. Many of us 'prefer our'. oysters stewed, ..but are so. weighed down by The Burden of the -Proper Thing that'we do-not dare to say so.. eat cavair, though we prefer corn- ed beef. We go to the opera, though, we like vaudeville better. We listen' to Mr. Kul'us Million's stale -'joke, tnough we Smith is .en-" tertaining. We lead wearisome lives, not daring to be natural or happy. We., are slaves of the Profcer TWILIGHT CHAT "Whenever I myself doing Thus Thoreau, friend ot Emerson, voiced his protest against.the weary- ins weight iscsl of us carrj- all our cooks of the city are members Oi anything good or bad so regularly Knox church 'the prospective purchas-jtfiat it is becoming a habit I stop it." ers are assured of perfectly baked bread, delicious pies, cakes, etc. Tea will be-served during the .afternoon. Burden of the Proper The Daughters and Maids of Eng-jxmns. 'J-'D.e .vegetables may simmer in the land held their first annual banquet A middle-aged Westerner and his j seasoned 'vinegar a- few minutes.. last evening in the Conservatory audi-1 -n-ife were entertaining two friends at j r torium. Gay streamers of bunting in (dinner in Sherry's fashionable restaur-i Glass and enamel buttons show DAILY Pickle The proportions for sweet pieties are 7 pounds of fruit, 1 pint of vine- gar.- 3 1-2 pounds of sugar, 2 ounces whole spices. Drop the fruit into'the boiling syrup and boil until .For gherkins a cup of sugar to. a quart of vinegar and 1 ounce each 'of whole cinnamon., allspice and cloves. tne National colors decorated the ant one evening. It was his first ap- j animal figures, polar bears, wolves, room and the many electric lights were soitened with tulip shades. The choice menu prepared by the ladies was serv- ed at fo'.ir immense rabies loaded with goodies and effectively decked with nags, potted ferns and red and white asters. The favors were white roses: tne emblem of the society and they marked Uie covers for the 140 guests. Mrs. A, J. Warren, the president, and the secretary, Mrs. Douglas. pearance in a famous eating house. Busy with malving his ten millions, aogs, etc., mounted in silver. These are specially designed for fur coats. two jthe burn was- so severe." methods in use for the filtration ofi It is really surprising how quickly public water supplies: they are known Jzam-Buk takes the smart out of a as the "Slew Sand" filtration and "Me- chanical" riltraiion. In the former burn, a cut or a wound. That is one reason why children are so fond of it. type, the water filters through beds lit eases the pain from "every-day of sand and gravel at varying- rates of i accidents" as nothing else can. As from two to five million gallons per a househould balm it is without equal. acre every twenty-four hours, accord- Miss Fallen, of Strassburg, ing to the character of the water. InjSask.. says: "1 have found Zam-B.uk mechanical filtration, a precipitate is! very useful as a household balm. Sev- lt would have been exceedingly diffi- cult to have found a jollier tosaitiaster that Mr. D. H. Elton, and his witty re- marks kept everyone in gales of merri-j ment. Mis splendidly -worded deeply patriotic toast to the King and queen was heartily drunk and respond j ed to by everyone rising and singing the National Anrheni. Mr. C. Gibson! rollowed this toast with the well se- lected vocal number "Hail King George of and Mrs. Stafford de- lighted everyone with a perfectly ren- dered instrumental number. In re- sponse -to the toast "The first added to the water, which is thenieral of my friends have also used it ftev. W. V. McMiJlen in his usual and passed 'through a medium of sand all speak very highly of ir. A der pressure, the rate of filtration be-delation of mine had suffered for r ing many times more than in the slow J long time from eczema, and norhing sand filters. 'seemed able to do any good. Zanr The type of filter best suited'for any JBuk worked a complete cure. I particular water must be carefully con sidered before adoption by a munici- pality, and this can only be done by a competent sanitary engineer. When either system can be used, it resolves always keep a supply on hand, and ad- vise all housekeepers to do so." All druggists and stores sell Zam- Buk at 50c a box, and it may be had post free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. itself into a question of primary cost [for price. You ara iwarned against sincere manner gave an address which could not. fail but touch the heart of'j every true Briton. His was sprinkled with kindly advice, "inter- spersed with interesting statistics and j Brimming over with wit. During -thei evening Mr. Marsden gave two vocal 1 selections. Mr. Bertram and Mr. West ley also contributed to the evening's pleasure with vocal numbers, and Miss Davidson's sweet voice was heard toj annual maintenance. The slovr harmful substitutes anpl imitations. advantage in her solo "Normandy." Blue Ribbon Tea. We assume' all the risk yon buy a package of Blue Ribbon Tea. ,___If yon are not perfectly satisfied with it you do not prefer it to any kind you ever grocer will refund yon the full purchase price. If as more likely you appre- ciate Blue Ribbon Tea. yon have made a'val- uable We invite you to try a pack- age today.