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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October BRIDGE DAILY HERALD THIS, LARGE A. MACDONALD HolaVsi _ premier, place in tie. grocery. -business of this 'great south-western country. Forming a part of the greatest wholesale grocery house in Can-. ada, that does a business almost double the ordinary houses, -it placesnhis store 'in the superb buying position that makes other store in the city or "in, Southern Alberta to match our p.Kces on the finest grade -of-, groceries without losing B. Hughson and Margaret arrived in the city last might and stayy.over the -Thanks- Holiday. 3liv Hughson a -r Dormer popular. '..pastor of Wesley. -T- Ji TT i A, The Health Host: I church in this, city and is at -present he MaeDougall Ed- io'ne Seniors that i monton. "He" will preach twice and ad- ever'presided over .'Turkey. dress the Sunday, school at Wesley to- No doubt the church will -be .tival that brings back erratic' wander- e bought" at-a time at the very fewest makers' prices, the are obtained, the lowest 'freight' rates are cecujedj.-aritf. .then -we sell for cash STRICTLY CASH. Thanksgiving: That "magnetic fes-j crowded at.all services with, his num- erous friends, who will be glad to wel- come him back to-the pulpit he occu- pied so the four years of his oasiorato here. Rev. Mr. ers to the old folks at home. i; Thanksgiving: The religious and 'social festival that converts every 'family mansion into a family meeting MONUMENTS TO WOMEN A list of monuments" in the United, States; erected to women has.just been canii'J'eted by -WiUtenivE. .Curtis. He, 'sums them up follows: A monument to Mary Ball iigton, ,icotber of George Washington, been erected at Fredericksbarg, and is the second to erected same spot. are ;two" jrTonuments to. Han naii'; Dustin. a "heroine of early Colon' .One is at X H., and the.other at Haverhil-l.-j Thte statute'of Frances E. Williard- is -a woman in the Sta- uiary'fHaH of the. National Capital in wasfltcston. .A.monument -to Frances siocum. a white (Woman who captured by tae Indians in and became is the Jnost you buy. will make a cup fragrant, nutritious economical that Halfateaspoonful r-r-ricK; the delicious flavor that of Cowafn's. THE COWAN CO. LIMITED, TORONTO 132 and Mrs, Hughson and little daughter the wife of an Indian stands are .being entertained at the Austin home on Bartiett street. near where she'lived.in Tne 'Board: At-tlie recent meeting of the South- groans with plenty within, who. "cares-Jem Alberta hel-d in Cal- ror. the the wind with- "gary Mrs: Charles MeClenagaan, this selected second vice-presi- out? VjSITING DAYS The hostesses Tuesday will be: Mrs. J. Yv'...Stafford, EartSett St. i Mrs. C; R. Young, Westminster and irondon Roads. Mrs. C. M. Arnold, Dufferin- Street. Mrs. ''Charles McCIenaghan, -604 Bart- iett St. SOCIAL AND''PERSONAL Mrs. E. ,M. Thomasson, 60S Bartiett aent.' Walter .Jonian- TI i- I t'-his afternoon for Calgarv toraitend- -Margaret Haugheriy, a baker, who the Alberta Sunday School Coayen- a to th'e orphans of New Orleans, has 'a statue to her memory erected in -that city. Te-Kak-wi-tha, the- first who wag con- verted to "CKristiahuy in 1660. has a f cross erected -to her meinbrv and: -Miss Etta Henderson left yesterday atternoon for iledieine Hat, where she will visit -Aliss Jessie Cousins. A number of the teachers are spend- ing the Thanksgiving holidays with iriends in surrounding towns. ilr. arid Mrs. F. JB. Mason and family, who have been rersiaing on Argyle A.V. have removed 'to their, new home at 123S London Road. to b? their many, triends in Regina. Capt. W. Pentland street, will receive on "Tuesday after- Undsay, R.O., and Mrs: Lindsay, are noon. "L leattng -shortly -for Macleod. Alta. '.'-_ .juapt. Lindsay has -been transferred -r Mrs. J.'-'-B.-'Murray-will- receive Tues-ifrom the Regina "depot-division of the day afternoon. Miss Grimblay "'and j mounted police to fhe "Macleod station. >liss receive with the Misses Leader. Murray evening. J. E. Terrill will to the CLUES AND SOCIETIES The evening of Thanksgiving Day public at his conservatories, which- ;are I will be-celebrated with the serving; of at present housing .-the most beautiful Blossoms I afternoon between the hours of three and.-five.o'clock.. During these hours the and assistants' will' be your appetite desires a tasty meal, try the You can iiave The only all vrliite help cafe in the city. giad to show visitors greenhouses. through the R. ,held a good old fashioned foul supper at Westminster church.. Ample provision has been'made for-.; adults at three large tables, presided over by Mes- darnes. Gray, Burg- man, Watson and Butler. One of-the features of the evening will be the Hallowe'en table for boys and girls. Hallowe'en dishes decora- tions will be in 'ibis table home on Bompas street; j-will be'; in charge. 6'T Mrs. liytle and used everywhere about the rooms, -Airs. Ke'rgan. During'the supper hours which were -converted into to, eight o'clock, the "churcrb. or- ,-Pink asters.and spirally pre- graced1 the-1 f room where the hostess, wearing her Deautiful 'wedding.' gown of; ivory, satin, with silver bugle trimmings, received her Her reception yesterday-. at %cr- CUPID'S -COjlRT- J. 0. Wilson, received with her. Up vviison had donned for" the gown of silk, and', black j plumed ;hat. irf -the at-j tractive 'table, laid with itfexican drawn cloth, was lighted -with yellow snaded candies in silver sticks and- centred" v? golden -mums.- Mrs. Rome in cadet staff here: blue loulard and black chapeau, and Mrs. Reeve wearing- a pretty gown of The-following item is from the -Nan- aimo Daily Herald: and -will interest tiie many friends of the m- immense shower, of was formerly a member At the manse at S.30 last evening.1 pasteile gray and corresponding hat tne Rev. J. R. Robertson performed ROSEMEAD TIT-BITS Oct. on the sick lis. this week. is in r.i'enhance. visitors at Mrs. Archam- Orto Stirns is working for Mr. Rob- again on the canal. in grayish blue tones, presided at the tea table. The assistants were Mrs. G-. E. Fleming, -wearing a smart cos- tume of rose arid large -black hat. and Mrs. J. N. Ritchie, in king's blue and black picture hat. s Miss Helen Mewburn who has been j attending the Toronto Conservatorv j the ceremony that united in marriage Mr. E. S. Duncan, of this city and Miss Jessie, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Knoch Dowafd, of Northfiekl. Tiie bride was attended by Miss Hannah Ganderton, the groom being supported by Mr. E. G. Doward, bro- Itcer of the bride. cerenionJ- he Miss Parkes 'I he condition at Coleman's canio in I of Music> leaves Toronto tomorrow i iurarii' ovi1 ina wag largely at- and prcser.: report a good tlle regard to the fever is no better. On time. Mi-56 ar.d her mother in- tend fcr .Milion, X. D.. the 01' tiie f'reci '..ViKi-nis seems worse. Coieman and her brother are very low icd Saturday nib Montana North Dakot Mrs. -.IHirayi'.c- Uon't forget the dance at Rosemead -November -jth. Everybody is cordial- ly invited. Ladies are kindly request- ed to bring cake or sandwiches. Thursday af- evening and expects to reach home on Wednesday. Another very pretty social event of i the wedding .party retired to the home of tile bride's parents, Xorthfield. wnere a reception was held, only the i immediate frirends of the family being j present. The bride is well known both in the statue m her nonor at St. Joseph's seminary at- Auriesville, Montgomery county, N. led Lewis, and Clark through 'the mountains on their exploring expedition, in has the city in .Portland, and another over her grave, and a-'third nearly completed is to be placed'lin- front of .the Capitol at Bismarck, .N. D: The monument to Pocahontas, which was intended to be erected on James- Island by; the women of this country, ,is ..still ;in the studio of the sculptor." Kate Shelly, a farmer's -daughter in iowar-ias -a monument, erected in her at saved, a train from destruction. a Confederate hero- inej who- guided General Forrest over the .mountains, has a statue at-'Gads- Mary A. Calahan; principal of a pub- lic school; at Birmingham, Ala., for more than years, has a statue in that city, Capitol Mary Draper ,Ingals, the first white bride married west of the Alleg'hany mountains, has- a monument' in Fair- field Cemetery, Radford, Va-. Maria Mitchell, professor of astro- lion there next- 1 Chief of -4-iat> VkTilrr ing' -received jv" a-pputi, I Police-At 'ucab'lej'.'-tit' at -ihat and isted betiwcen the Spokane -depart.men'ls ivifr Two more cow owners, 'V-Joh'n" ahd ".John Sy merick; dollar' and costs each, tor -'allowing their animals to run There .will be a- special Thanksgly- ing service in' Ratrick's 'R: C- Church on Mo'ttday' )t _0n JtUFSain is Day'J there will o'clock and 10.30 the even lag; .house's: j raised., ,i, t-lr-hp-. 8, i I ,-1 l >vas ,-e-vuticiii-cu, o clock the following mpnung------1_ ship leaves'-" tonight Adam and family.' Agency, -went'.to 'Calgary; atternoon" on a three, days' pleasure and business trip "-to garr. _ _-. L. Wilson- Held an. auction nomy- has had an Oos.ervatory in her honor at, -Xantuc'ket., J. Miss Jennie. who was killed while baking .bread for the Union sol- diers on the battlefield of Gettysburg. has had a monument erected to her on -the spot by the Woman's Relief Corps of Iowa. Aunt Laura a Quakeress. who served as a -nurse in ths Civil War, has a monument at Adrian, Mich. Mary Ami Ball Bickerdykc, another army has a monument in .the public at Galesburg, III.., Fair .Bifuestricnt gary. The Caledonian Society's. A of_'a ade...... da: fact has suclf a masked afiki'cj his been held in the city. -Between.'fifty.-] H., 'Beard, cashier oE the'Farm-. and sixty couples, -all brilliantly and; ers' and Merchants' Bank, of.-Hunter. ingenuously" costumed, -wer-e oa' the i North has beeli in 'city: floor. So well, were they sot up that j all the week -in connection with; s the greatest, difficulty .was expedient'- j case his ban-k'.- has in the-- Supreme ed by Messrs. J. B." Gi.bbon and D. [-Court here. 'Ua left this afternoon to Walker, the judges, in picking out tlhe spend tw-o .three days -in tlu best. In the end they the! Crow's Nest Pass, takinsr-in the mout genUcmea'.s.-prize to 5lr.- Tom Flcm- tain scenexv, a -bronze figure: of t.-he late ing( ,vho. dresse'fi to represent Mrs. Leland Stanford in the quad- J "An English' 'and the ladies yesterday was tlic tea siven by Mrs.'1city and where the family. J. E. Lethbridge at. her "home Duf- nave resided for a number of years. I'eriu street. A profusion of beau'Ciful flowers were used in the decoration of the rooms', pink asters adorning the ciravring room and a shower of yellow Tue grooni. who has been a member of the Herald staff for the past eigh- teen months, has no: been long in the but during his resisdence here 0! 1 Mr. "teen :ii Rfjcnilce and daushier Magda- were Piosemead on NO-DEATHS IN 25 HOURS Rome. Oct. the first time i since cholera became prevalent, nc mums" and garlands of smilax" srac- has 3made a hosl of vvno [ing- the toa table. -Rhieh was presided over by Mrs. Mewburn and Mrs. Nai- smith. Mrs. Agnew ushered the guests familv haveicases and from the disease i to the tea room anfl the assistants reported during the last twenty- U-ere Misses McBeth, Convbeare and fti-A tVrt 1 ciuu under McKav on the can v.-orKing unaer on me -in the province of Naples. sj. fini.sh.-d work on Tuesdny, and re-jin the other infected districts, how- 't-'rned ;o ihcir homo si Sweet. Valley, jcver, there were eight new cases Aita Hoiden and Bertha were'and five deaths. If you are a Thanksgiving dinner wish him and his bride many happy returns of the day. -Mr. and Mrs. Duncan will take up tneir residence on Newcastle town site. B. F. Lester of Hosmer and Mrs. rangle of the Leland Stanford Junior University at Palo Alto, Cal. A monument to Mrs. Kerenhappuck Norman Turner, who rode on horse- back from Maryland to North Caro- lina to nurse her son, who had been badly wounded .in battle, stands on the battlefield 'near Guilford, N. C. The most notable monuments in iiUmwood Cemetery. Memphis, were srected in honor of Mattie Stephenson and Emily SiKton, who opened their floors to homeless victims ffilrr-jri- -nt-nhnlilT- I j _ _ -Mr___i__ _ __ family will move to Calgary probably at the end of next week. Joe Gew was picked up 011 Fourth side on Monday afternoon to witness, the final football game of the'season' in which the doughty Callies, and the street, south, last night m a very j none the lvoss Sons of drunkca condition, and for the privi- Iand teams face -eacf, other and lege of spending the night in the cool- roval for posses-si011 Of tlw er paid the usual three and three at j wriglrc Charity Shield, that splendid the police court; this uiorniug'. trophy presented last year by R. A. Saturday, Oct. 22, inio, by the Rev. i-W. R. Grant of that city. Mrs. D. J. Whitney and her mother, i Mrs. Hutron, left yesterday afternoon1 to spend a few days visiting at Cai- Mrs. Thomas Wray, Lilbourne Villa, was the hostess at a jolly birthday ner last evening, tiie honor guest be- ing ner nephew. Dr. Wray of Ray- mond. The prevailing colors used were lavender and white, and the floral dec- i orations white chrysanthemums, Tndi-! vidual bouquet holders filled with j ferns added to the beauty of the board.} On each end and in the centre of the table were bouquets of tbe "munis.'' resting on reilectors, "and the color scneme was further rcnhanccd with streamers lavender satin ribbon. A majestic three storey cake also graced the board, where cov-; ers were laid for fourteen. The lights Jn the dining room were softened with pretty shades of mauve and white. After dinner a pleasant evening v spent playing games. I departments arid irreat enthusiasm j hospital or" Dr. J. E. id i is attending him. displayed by the audience, which S. G. Witmer,