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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, 28, flMI. THK DAILY HERALD Pace 9. BAKITCG POWDER CONFORMS HIGH STANDARD GILLETT'S EDITED 8V "INO" lurt di) is a lliinkigiiing da) [Ttm--dai h) I uilt OCM iiioinin0 i ssnik of bttength sisUd hj ML tun i umiii, i htmdli of mciMU, I0i Mrs Mill will letldc in eaeh :of fioil's Sen and Land. (iaiikeH's oreiicsUa, all dial of .the dining, room, ricb- coiild cncorei: -1 were ly gou-ned in -A crushed rose Holiennc graciously fjiven. with lace Lrlmmlngs, and Firiancially 'thc'iiffair was very suc-'blac'E velvet hat with .pink roses. ces'sful, a.ud .the society dt-ciikd lo Miss Lucile Kckstorm and Miss fcjda bold a nunik'i- of dances during the Hatch passed the dainty., viands, GRAIN MARKETS Ojien Oetoher Noramlier l'fc% uceoiiibo'r M (old) Jiay (new) Oneu October........... AO': November........ lay 40 I Jotobei I November !1I i c nl u Oi Uauh I: 1 Nortlio 2 Northeri i Northert i. -I Northori c d f ixtni No. Feed I Keod' ellow, whicli given expression of by Ncvin and "The in immense clusters and baskets of Vellow Haired .Crysauthcmum." She llu V eliureli are -l 1' of -St. Cyprian's their first social igracefiii Miss Doberer, of M.aleod, is guest with Miss l.ucilc Kcksiorm. Mii 1 M il) MIIIIIIS of t 1 til iniiin lloust Mis A. Southard: of tin season if tbt iluM of Alusit on Mond cmiiii{ it S p m Ml mUusttd it the ork of tlu so ire tordialh in ttdl The popular bos- tess, who received her guests at tiie was prettily gowned in pale blue voile with cluny lace. cntraniT ot (lie drawing rooms, wore JIisa Kathleen Southard, in Alice handsome (jown of wine colored vcl j lilut "cpi (li cliene mil blue nbbons, vet, cliihoratol with Oriental a dainty door attenilant. hroidery, and corsage houijuel of lily' of f.lic valley. Mits Bliiniis. the honor Was Ihanfe gninj, HUMUS winson-e In white satyi draped' in is' lit In Id at SI Vnguslui s chinch to 'lewdrop cliifloii, garlanded with liea morrow I In chinch his been vv. "Mis C V liltltl mil Miss top si met irt Mrs I tkcisl) oi Midnapord for i ttee1- j ot M iplt LuiA Uc limlil higc Jm )mi Ule Ol llot liloui on I ist Mrs c, j Sliepluid feturnul home tnc I lilon Siddlerj lo hls ind nial.1 it one 01 lib dlcontul i flowiis and tin 1 irtfl in la-cpinj, t hi il n Mrs. W. Downer, who invited the to Lite dining room, looked ik- cidedly well in a lovely gown of ap- ple green satin, triirfmcd with Orien- lal embroidery of the same simile and heavy 'silk cord and buttons, with :hic tonelieK of black velvet, and .ViW. Florence .loilos, of. 623 Ninth strtet south who liai spent the pisi, month 11 tin fj.'lt 1-Vxpilal, suf teriiijc from typhoid now re- covered, and was taken to' her home this afternoon. COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Cowan's seems to hit the right spot It is t great food for husky young: ath- letes satisfies the appetite: easy to digest: and delicious spune Hu eailv SJII four Ji un of wholesale liclioilsts in 11 In This, was the .statement Jliss Kathleen Southard will enter- tain ten nf lier little friends on Mai lowe'eu, from four-thirty to seven llilrlv lilt of Mis H ill c. of Tjllpr lo Mr I, Imjding lily of the I Pier) thing is- m icailmcss tol i of oin mo t nipoituit' d stiibu'int "non tor to llc1' so" Hit on bj tht I 1 La onnipleteil UK effect mg croxul it tho Wild fowl Snppei centres.. It hail, teen our.: intention David, who is attending Weslcrn Cnn-; mUil good Mrs- A.'Sharm'an, who p.resiilerl on I h inlcsgiung nlfcht Wild Goose until recently lo'build-a fac. ja'la-. College. inniril profcr m mil u uml rcil and ovc1', had donneil and Ptoinc Chicken in Jocemher lay ;3mher ay Olien 101 111 'A Open IS) 101 s lory here this -year, hut- op iiecnunt of miioic ten cuclinistincfS Y 'aiobt unable to do so an opcntion it the Close'hac, tin }Mr f on lucsdn is, pro r0ij ii1 stllblit i j uchoiisei, it 1 jaml I (Imonton tnd next uill (to e confine our af.lentipjr fo -0-1 m isk itoon oi i It is oon is bale mg th Mi uul Mir T S letter iiclc ul on a ]m i, in0 i isii ill turn our attention i __ to the factory. I Mis. William Iteirv received vcs- Mrs. .1. .1: MaeUouild oi Maclcod monbl John I uu It mil ilulghtci of rcfrr.'ihnients served. imle Kilcornc All Vli Icrrill iiiMlts, t i public to call see'the flowers at his eon- seu itories on Thau sluing U-M be tin. lioiiif, of i n mil f p m in elaborate gown of plum satin with lo'ts of lovely lace, and black beaver hat with lloniton lace and l.lnck pllimes. Mrs..-F.dgar H. HU1 cut the ices and wore a -becoming costume of grej satin with L-eljcving touehcs of cerise 110 11: Close llpneici (lit nlti Medium. Hat mil Mr Hen lurcU lie and eHicienf staff will nml modjsh shell pink toguc, adorned not been given up C-iltir art spendm., I 'unksyv pleased to show the (loners mil ill wiUi.wliitc lace and silver frinjc. Till he-.welcome and are invited to! Mrs-. Lirmgsl-nnc, who was in iqrne wltjionl ftt h n, nn ler am obli j Cation, to The Hen ti-, ut love lj and utll woith i usit to all lo on tht menu am! alreaih manj buds in v, iitmc foi ovtn Ili9 sup pel uill bt s-eried ip the Prairie jQiiun dining loom and an txcelbit ptOL'iimme will be given, at oclnk in tlu ehqich MIIJOI 01 rtumnnd, i ill pleside Slipper i ill be en oil irom 5 to 730 to I 30 ciocki but 101 anj find it impossinle to get in at houi the dining room will be open at the. close of the Admis- sion to supper and entertainment mil he 50 cents. C. ft.: Perkins .mule a business trip I to Lethbridge on of this 1 Wfpk R. J. Hannah, who lost bis separ- ator a few v eel's ago, was in Leth- bridge Thursday on business. S W McKen7ic, track bujer for a I Calgarj gram Co, was in town on Thursday buying' wheat. A I land new Recces plouing Lnftine is sf inding on the siding watting to be unloaded, for t-luv Bohrnstedt Farin- iiufcCo. It will be used' on .the C6V biv commercial mtn bought tickets at Si'rfing lot Warner on Thursday ol this week This toftn is getting to he an important point on. the A.. I. svstem. I 1 in Jid to stc that tht coal Httrnoon gieitniinj stukt is ojci It t notitc I iblc cffeit on business in and Ih s should hive i good (Cir PRINCE ALBERT PROTEST 1 H i tst lanes Mt l fimc" Oct Klli P RsMna list night with election protest pa- peis i er Alllls of Mplfoit the littitlonei mil arf the Bti intorj (haibeb __--------------. TO CONSTRUCT BRANCH In fitl Imsiicss all is hetoi ing moir hns' i ill IP out ol the litst took of the oipoltinilj to visit with the hostess Mrs. C'lcarv was gowned in dftint white lingerie cis oi the beanuiul I TO ANTIPODES Manitoba, Biaudon Ort mulled fc" .me of lllo trurii prqirasi ion this soi to Ana and Pol the fust oill! nuinbti cillcd on W b E f el 1 usterda ift moon hn l 'was-at homo formally for the i first time this season. Pink and red wo Mis iliistone oi tlofl.i' r ll 'lel1 uiRrincc 1 is been a Msitoi D Looms which tie I Unlit left iLidn lor il tS ml tmtllts ?IM ind I dmontr-n foi a months M" tto" "o15 chaimingh visit ifinr ivhitli she nil! itturir to cr] '-i I tflbrl IHL. ff Ottavv i Oct Hdiutouii, A Mmn ri h cfi f Isci Rallwaji Corri) my PR i-ppls to I iiiiamtnt To tlio rikjit to u' pi sonpi ji .onatiiKt a branch Eiom 1 to and elsewhere n or a t! c. aiii notified that they branch of the C. P. and Lanigan, Saslt. R. between Govnn LABOR ORGANIZER '.GUILTV Chlcngo, Oct. Biiright, labor illilon orgailiicer, was today found the tniuder of linccm Ut und hi-j piTnlshmeilt, fixed to life weHt have notidod that they rcannot book anj more passengers 101 lions silling from Vancotner to Jloints in the ol tht si! I sh ui? itis llindcrson has Mim" s> inn rcprcbtn lecn llu pibt leV ul hl Mr Dounei, pres itin hti sistei HHs H I'owtll Ruj 1tl5 'jiniPSon ncc prcsilcnt lefl, this morning for her home: in 'PROMOTION FOR'MR. TAYLOR Toronto, Oct. 13 rftpbrted that' sj0n in a shift of C.R.n. officials, Supt. T r Taylor, of North impilsonmcal i might shot Mtmau joC iMedit no 11 it is, to be ti also a labor orgauizer. in the.barroom to Alontreal, as generairsliperiiitend. of a'down, town hotel. jent. "Mis Scjllc Misb J lame Loin hpif HiuiUn intl Ahss Hatch arranged and distributed flowers ;jit iht C i! I ospili! nftci noon, on behalf of. Hip Flower Mis- i he of ICLH.K Thornbliid in Mr. oi niiieth solciinized on tlie clul) Mrs Giiiord uul Airs BaiibMii vorflici m liet lioniOdin to p in, sluill ho plcnscd fo flic ol sliounig on iiul UMII lueiuls tlnoiinli oin (iicen- The Terrill Floral Co. IMioiM- 577, I tin Pb 'J'lic, for the ensuiiu ill ut the 1'icshUcnuii U M S con Mention it, follows pic ulmt, Mrs Hugh Nuflion jiu ulttii Mis MiO Imnis MPP prc ucnts the of 1lic nunislcis of tic cjtj Mrs DC feoiibfe fliuiins h 1 cllibnilj.e uul AIis lUjin of Nil (on M Medicini ]Kl Alrr Bijnc Mac'cctl nnd Hcnci Vc liu T ici rocoidmg fthss Call, 11 j sup urtin Mrs Caiman s s trctnn Mrs SilLfT'cId J (i p i jiu til Mrs P I Moffitt mis Ijtiul SLCiciin Mra Mj, C Hrrald to recent change in JKIS- itors and nlso iiiiinuroua clmngOK in tlic congregation of the First Haptist cliuicli il Ins liccn thoiighL to jhold a call ant! social evening on Monday urnjnt, 1 ev M Me! PHI of piesidcnl Of tnc Alhcrli H ipUsl roinrntion will dclncr T spcciiif address, and N a fyuj nmsical progi un Ins ro n ludies will survc rctrosluucntK. j ginml good timt, ij, antici nl- etl Thank ofTrrinij.s will bo made to- pifpirfm ind M( r I The dniici- siven by UIR exccutivo of thr Dinglilcis and Muds of I land in the K. of P. hull last evening was liij> most enjoyrtblft and Itost af UMidfid ibnci; CUT pill- hy Hint or I "H li iniliefl TI d lifu IIIPJII Iji is Jii1 Ut u liifiirt iv ulnl lu in M-Ivits (if Ihr i, ami Hanr nu (onMn nl 11 il) 2 t in uilli in fhtrins 'iVhjrli n nci smid Mm n'isc HUDSON'S BAY CO. MgBpaHBHMHBHHMHHBMHaHDHMMMIHIIIH Suits and Overcoats to Special Measure Why tolerate Glotlids wiien for the same pnco we onn innko n suit lo youi le incasiire. Surely Elie tu-iloi (lie and. a suit that has hecn -specially 'tlpsignccl. and cut loi ,1 sohei busi- ness inan hi" the prune ot lile would .he entirely out of place oJi a more youLhful lion of s thi-> CM eh cnstonier's taste, and pride ourselves on tinning out clothes that proclaim (he to he a uin-n of and conscious of (hi it "rives to he well diesscd For Rive you a choice of a wide range of finely woven all wool serges, olthcr black or navy, designed and cut by mas- ters of their crnft and above all tailored with such close attention to detail that every garment preserves its original shape and Tit to the very la-jt For Rive you a 'choice of those popu- lar Scotch so fashionable this aeaitqn In all shades of grey, brown and hektjicr mixtures. A -.suit tlmt will stand toughest of weir tml yet maintains its and beiulj For buaine-js wear Btift Is withotil doubt, unequalled, evan at_j_niuch higher price. Our Made-to-Measure SuiU Range from to Stylish Coats For Men Of Taste' oon Is. ifenvy meltons, find fashionable herringbones in till shndes iuifl textures. ConveiIihle inililaM or velvet collars, in the most, approved style, modilied to Oustomers' own., pnriieul u ni ijified I-Keadv'io- prices. ;