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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Cook 5 fe ttfidetii ways Powder A Pwe.Grape Cream? Baking Powder Made fromG. EDITED Offlci Phone m, 0 see the snow, the falling, snow 11 powders all tlic trees. Its flakes ahoinid and all around H floats upon the Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. K. MiirreMVrlgh't will ru- ceive tomorrow afternoon for HID first time this season. Mrs. L. II. I''owlcr will receive to- norrow afternoon. Rhynd .Jainicson is giving a lallowe'cn party this evening. Miss Kergnson, Ford street, wus a 'assburg visitor over the holiday. Mr. W. M. K'.irris spent tlic weck- :nd in Calgary. Miss Lottie Wood and Miss 'Vera lott spent thu week-end in Miss Missetl, of was a ty visitor over, the holiday The Guild of St. Mary's clmrcii will hold a bazaar oil Wednesday, N'ovem- hcr loth, in'Unity (.Kcding's) Hall, when 'fancy work, hoini'-hiadc cooking and candy, and. inincy-nieat will be on sale. A very goml concert will be put on, ii local talent. the evening, by the best A delicious menu was served at the card tables, which had dainty hand embroidered covers! Potted plants ind mauve "mums" were effective ii le decoration sdiomc. Tile hostess wore a lovely while which promises'to bp very enjoyable. gown oi all-over emhroidcrv g Icr. Mr. and Mrs.: ..lamps Reid, 1208 Sixth Avc., N-, entertained, at dinner last evening in honor of their guest, Tonight is the night of the big Charity Hall, and the ladies of the Hclinf Society hope that all, who pos- sibly can. will attend the dance, ton; 'Itev. S. South flow Island'and H'ev. A.' I Trevtllynn, Of foiitts. Oil Thursday anil' Friday, of Hi week, the Hiiri-dccanal contemn he held, when besides the clerg (if tin! South Alberta Mission the .clergy of the city, tlio Itov. W. Sale, M.A., of Carmangay, Uei T. M. Mulcoso, of Vulcan, mid lie II. II. Henderson, o! How Island, wi' be in attendance. It is expected tha all the clergy will go to Calgary 0 Monday lo attend the Synod. Mrs. .1. K.-Renter was a euchi hostess last evening, when Mrs. D A. Simpson and Mr. D. A. Simpsoi won the favors, and Mrs. C. A. lie and Mr. J. W. Uoulton secured tilt consolations. EFT THE CITY IN A HURRY ionic fcv." days ago a couple oi nl-lookiiig young follows arrived in lU'flibridgo and gavo it out'that' they'. lnWrnaUonal An to p.ivory Co., of Chicago, and thai tlic (company ititemlcd to establish a laxi- service. in tliis city heforc long, fv even "went, so far as to obtain iuiiii on several pieces of jiropcrlA', which to build an up-to-dalu tarago, giving in pay-ment cheques on Northern Cixiwn Hank in Cal- AEROPLANING IN THE ARMY tuiday the iiicn different offices win-re -they were :u and succeeded in cashing scv- j.Tal cheques. At the stoic of A. (Southard, one of the men bought itvercoat and gave-a cho.iiiie Mr: '.'polithard; 'hnVcver', I'aKie suspicious .4nd [up the jijicn 'jimjj i'nhtft tj i s, cheque' was'.oi jiiii-'vaiiie." Moife rlio'one who ha'd''pftrchasVuf life on the struct, he deinaifded money oi tlu; coat, and the ami ut having the money willingly gave [ip Uic coat. The two niun then ije- anic alarmed and decided that Lcth- n-itlgi; was not n very healthy place, first train olit. They were lillitwed to go in'peace, none .of the lictims.'lining willing to push; the 'use. London, Oct. was alinouuced by the government in the House of Commons today that it is the inten- tion to devclope the science of aero- planing In the armj It is the detei [mination to bring Gieit Biitam to a high standard' in aviation. The statement was added that experi- ments are now being made with olev en types of air machines of whici seven are bi-plane's and four mono planes. It is thought the aeroplane will or immen-je advantage'iii scouting time_Qf war. T. he.-arniy and navy arc co-operating In (lie -'matter for the purpose of devising xhe most effective scouting service It is pioposed tt .give-every officei who qualities is 111 jnvialor a certificate ami i bonus ot Mi tomorrow Armstrong-will not receive afternoon. i S375-. The government will shortlj an itouinX.'tlic awarding ot i for a special'army and aeroplane Herg Rllingson and family nmved'tf, .cthhridgc tills week where they will c their future home. Mr. and tirs. Kllingson arc well kifown anil in this city and we hope tliai. ic may oftirn be'favored by a visit rcm I'ionecr. NEARlly DISASTER TO FRENCH WARSHIP Paris. Oct. hat been le celved from Toulon that the French battleship Admiral Clmrner has miss- ed a disaster by n .narrow margin. A sailor went to one oC the magazines and ImprKned to put his hand on n sncll. It was so hot that he sounded an alarm and all the projectiles were carried on dropped Into the sea. Mr.'-Will Manson, or Medicine Hat was a visitor in the' '.'city over the the guest if his sister JVfiss Alice Uircluand- Miss, Blanche Grim spent IhanUgmng the guest oi Mis iUcLcan it Miclcod 111 s Wilsh and Miss llooper spent flu, jnst visiting friends in Caifirj J Mis aiBl Marionc of the Vrlou I U t ire MSU ing friends in Hit citv MIS.E Estlicr Jones returned on Fri iroui rdnioulon whtrt she spent tin. past montl the guLbl of her iistei Miss buah -i' "V Mr OFF returned laf.1 night from i trip to Spokane stopping off at Movie and tcrnie route_Home_ it Mis Viigus -ind Mis? Of Em (.rson irnr who haic been the gucsls oi Mis r J Dcpew left for home bu Saturday Mr. Mickie of Cranbrook. Covers were laid for nine. After ilinnor the evening was pleasantly spent in in rjaincs. Ur. A. C. Johnston and sister, ot Umdhreck, carac to the city on Sat- urday, to attend the Xordica concert, au-'l the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. I-Mycke, Seventh Arc., S. Miss Johnston remains with Mrs. Iluyckc for torne weeks. Tomorrow, All Saints Day, the pul- pits of .the Anglican churches will be occupied, at the evensong at eight o'clock, by members of the South Alberta Mission. Hev. H. Speka. M.A., of South Bow Island, will preach at St. Augustin's, Rev. Canon ', M.A., of Cards- ton; at St. Cyprian's, and Rev. A. Ml of Uaincr, at St. Mary s Mrs. W. I', rioy assisted Mrs. lieii- Thc guests included Mr. and Mrs. Sdil, Mr. and Mrs. I) Simpson. Mr. ami Mis. p. w. a Mr. and Mrs. p. R0y, Mr aid Mrs. C. A. Littls, .Ur. ami sirs. IV. Boiilton, .Mr. and Mrt. n. Smith, and Mr. and D. B. fr son. Ottawa Free Press Mis. Frank Oliver and Mastei Jack Oliver have returned from England, and have Ottawa iccoiupimed by Hon. Olner t. lner wiio went o meet them down to Oliver and APPEARS LIKE MURDER AT HAT Medicine Hat, Alia., Oct. 31 .-What appears to be a case of attempted murder has come to light in the bringing into the city of the uncon- scious body of Bertie North, who is FOR MAKING SOAR SOFTENING WATER, REMOVING PAINT, DISINFECTING SINKS. SOLD EVERYWHERE REFUSE SUBSTITUTES WOMAN DEAD IN BUSH Winnipeg, Oct.. body o! Irs. Mary 2. Drnual, a German wo an aged forty, .whose husband is arpenter, was found morning In tne bush off St. Mary's Road couple of hundred yards from St. Joniface city. limits, where It had een since noon .Monday. At that our a young man passing had heard woman crying in the bushes, and ioking saw undressing, hut is modesty prevented hie rending as- stmice. A man and wits close, 'be- ud him also passed'oy uu'the other de. The woman, 'who 130 on or, was evidently :a fit. TORNADO DESTROYS TOWN Miss Umc Olnc'r are leaving today foi I dironton wheic Miss, Oliver will spend.a month her sister, lira. 1 I Anderson returning m time for I the opening of'Parliament. Mr. and Mi C N lamicson of Ifosmcr B i is i wcelc-end usitor in the city Ihe guest, of his sister. GRAIN MARKETS iimply dash of t's n delicious seasoning. mportedAbsolutely 1 .Winnipeg, Oct. 160 closed OS; Nov. opened'08 5-8, closed Dec.. opened 95 3-8, closed 0-1 May, (old) opened 99 1-S, :closed OS Hay (now) "loscd 17 I Oils Oct. opened 42, closed 38 opened 35 0-8, closed 3-8; Dec. op- eneU 37 3-1, closed 3G 5-8; May opened 39 3-4, closed 38 3-4; Flax, Nov. open- ed IDS; Oct. 200. Cash Nor. 97 1-2; 2 Nor. 'J4 1-3; 3 Nor. 00 3-4; 4 Nor. 82 1-2; Si Nor. 77: G Nor. 70; Feed 65; Oats 2 C. w: 3S 1-3; Barley, reacted 55; Feed 50. American Markets opened 107 '1-S, closed 105 1-S; May opened 111 3-8, closed 109 5-8; July opened 11.1 7-S, closed 110 3-4. i opened 9S 3-8, closed 16 1-2; May opened 104 1-8, closed July opened 07 1-2, closed 95 5-8. Ihe Womins Missionai} societj of Vcstminsler, church will mcot at the parsonage .on Friday afternoon of Thursday, at 3 o'clock. Mi-, and Mrs. E. Frcv. 719 Fourth Avc., S.. entertained a number of their friends at dinner'last .evening After dinner the evening was picas- aatlv spent at whist. Mr. and Mrs. Grace, of Me; clicinc Hot, came to the city on Sat- urday to attend .the Nordica concert ind spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. J' M. Wallace? Mrs. Conrtice, Mrs. Cook, and Mrs: A. Southard will be the hostesses for he Wesley Ladies' Aid meeting to- morrow afternoon. A full attendance is requested as a new president will be elected. A unique and pleasant; Hallowe'en program was carried out by the Wcs Friends Every Day Grocers tell us Ltltio Ribbon Tea. makes new friends every day. Customers who other ten before now afik for Blue Ribbon. They hear from friends how good and decide to try II, Anil in any case If It III not found fulli gaMufnciory packet can In: returned anil the' money refunded. Icy Epworth League last evening The decorations were strings of' ap i pies and jack-a-Ianterns, and theri candy, lunch, fishing-poni; booths, and a bean-hunting contest. Miss Dicer rendered a vocal solo' in splendid form, Miss Reynolds a pleas- ing piano solo, and Mr. Walters an enjoyable reading. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill and little daughter, who have hecn visiting.thei 'son, Mr. If. 1C, Hill, Ml, this morn- Ing for Whilcfish, Mont., and points on tlic Pacilic coast. The Parish Association of St. Xu- gustiu's church will hold a Hal- lowe'en social this evening, 10 which all the congregation arc cordially iu- Smith: will read a .tem- perance paper at (ho Christian En- deavor meeting of St. Andrew's church this evening. Nest Tuesday Mr. J.'D. Iliginhofliam will'deliver, an address on Palestine.' Mrs Olner and tjleir fimily intend' remaining in jor the session. Mir) MSitors cilltd at the Terrill vesturd-ii ind enjoyed seeing the flowers There fluant.ities of yellow and white crysaii themums, beautiful..Richmond, Bride, ar-d Bndesimid rpges fragrant lily of the all kinds >of potted flowering pl-inls ferns and garlands of smilax. In a short time the. Conservatories aglow with .carnations. The wmlou 'oolcd prettj yesterday with its Thanksgiving decoration of shea ci of w pi nits and crysan- thcmuins. The 1 P of St Cyprian's church held i nosl delightful ital- Joween livt eieuiiii, A very large crowd was in attendance and gimts Of i UIOIK, kmdb guessing con- tests, etc., were thoroughly enjoyed. During the eicuing the following pro- gram was much appreciated Piano duct Miss Dawcs and Miss Geoghe- vocal solo, Mr. Hartncss read- 'ing Miss loc-il iolo Mr. Roth The lunch was of a suitable Hallowe'en nature, and it was close io the midnight hour before, the even- ing was brought to a close. The meeting, which was held at the i'irst Baptist church last evening, for the purpose of instituting a roll call, believed to live near Elkwater. The injured man was brought to 'the oily lospital with his head and face smash ed in. his feet badly injured, and his body covered with bruises. For two days he remained nnconscious and is now between life and death.. He has present no clue to liis .supposcd'assailants' iden- tity has been established. It is doubtful whether he will recover. San Antonio, Oct town of lielma, 16 miles south of Sno An- nio, was practicality destroyed, two irsons hurt and great damage done to troops by tornado yesterday accord- ing to news received here early to- "flay. Thrilling escapes are', reported. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The now famous Herbert "marriage case, involving a decision as to the validity of the NB Ternere docree, is nscribed.for trial anil argument this mouth. Wellami teal estate men have do- nateil fiS acres [or factory-sites. Haughton 'Lennox, M P., it is stat- ed, maj' go to the high court bench in Ontario. Rev. .1. McLaren, of Stouffvillc, has icon caller! to Fleshcrtpn Baptist church. James Ford, of Ottawa, -was knock- ed down by a locomotive and loses his left arm. Dr. Henderson, pi" Sarnia, may be the Liberal nominee for the legisla- ture in West Lambton. ULD.TIMERS WERE VERY CANDID txpresied Their Oplnioni In Print ind Oldn't Care Whit They Slid (Edmonton Journal.) Thoy candid in the early or our city, moi'e candid than miny or the citizens of. today, per- naps not quite so polite, ,-u the follow- ing paragraph will show. The 'follow- ing appeared in the issjie Of an Ednio'i ton paper, which came out on ary 7, 18S1: parties are hertby with, the. note now or lately in-the with fhenote now or lately in. the naads.of J. R.------, by me In tha tail of 1877, in favor of John Blank, sum of }SB.OO, payable 90 days date, as 1 have already paid the "uH amount of the note to the Hid t also wish-to inform llr. I. R. that I think if there 19 p. ineaklng cur in.the piaoe, he IB one. -lieorge Slash." To this uerioue and emphatte pressiqn of opinion on his chancier, replied as follows: R. I, at horn, low ,and can be found any time at his ilace on Sturgeon HIver. Now Is.your time." Buck np, ye sneaking nave so much to say behind nack, or else shut your mouths before ne has to shut them for Urn; of the Mrs that ihort ly after this challenge and a'ne- wering defiance, certain of.the 500-in- na-bltants wto then composed Edmon- ton, suddenly discovered that they-had valuable business state eie, which, demanded their Im- mediate presence, and'so quietly die- appearod from the community by the Saskatchewan River. PARTY NOMINATIONS IN ONTARIO North Brown, Mayor of tstratfora, Liberal. 's Tweed, Conservative. was very well atiended indeed. Miss Tabor sang very sweetly "and Miss lOdifh Jones gave a splendid reading. Rev. Mr. McLean, of Calgary, de- livered au excellent address on "nest; methods of building up the and Kev. W. A. Levitt's address on Church H-istorv" was verv (inc. Mr. Tabor road the financial state- ment, of the cliureh, after which a ilainfy menu was served by the lad- ies. A Ihanknffcring had been asked for, mil the amount received was JH7. HUDSON'S BAY CO. Furs of rare beauty at most Reasonable Prices Originally incorporated for the pur- pose of trading in furs, we nave ever upheld our reputation as the World's Greatest Traders In selecting furs from our stock you are entirely protected by our vast experience in tin's direction, every skin is faithfully de- scribed at time o'f purchase. tion'is at all times, strictly forbidden. The clergy of the South Alberta Mission arrived in.the city today to their quarterly They are Ihe Kucsls of St. 'Augustin's hiirch and arc being entertained all vcek at .St. Augiistin's rectory. The ollowiin; are the visitors from that nission Kcv. Canon Mowat, M.A., if Ganlston Ucv. C. K. Clarke, B; L., of l-Tiizclnicrc; Rev. A. w. ;wayne, M.'.A., of Warner; Rev. K. Wilkinson, H.A., of Altorado Rev. Sprke, M.A., ol South Dow Isl- Mrs. no0n, of liu'dyard, Mont., .was KcVl W- T- Cards- n visitor at the home of Mrs., E. Ii'rcy, 71.1 Knnrl.1) Avc., S., on Sat-, urday, on her way, to Clarcshplm, where she. expects to reside for a nionth. ShlMAGun Our skins nrc prepared and dyed by experienced workmen in such a manner as to prcsei'vo nil their na- tural beauty and softness. Ladies'Pony Coats Long, comfortable coats, well cut fur, of uni- form length and nicely serviceable and moderately priced coat. Hudson Seal Coats at fur is THE thing this season. Beautifully soft and becoming, it is most deservedly popular. Do not compare Hudson'Seal with the numerous on the market. Our coats cai-ry our full guarantee. See that you are not put off with Interior goods. Misses Caracul Coats, Our range of these -Caracul Coats for misses of all ages, shows rcfilly good values at to ;