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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Ocloher 31, THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY IIERAIX Page 11 MILADI EDITED "INO- Offici 1224 Kct. 1IU Oi-lolier .list, popularly'called Hal-1 The S.O.E. hall cerl ciweien or All Hallowe'en, is the-pretty for the Flower certainly loots Guild dar.ce l of the least ol All Saints, oth- rv.iiii All Hallows, in I'maan" Catholic'couatries, llal- uivc'.e is the. occasion for visiting this evening. Jack-o'-lanterns, witch- cs, black'cats, bunting, yellow-shadfd _ lights'and palms and-'cut llov.ers'J- mate it most attractive. The decora-1 Mission. She cited incidents, which nurses met with in their worV, and outlined the aims and financial part of the Mrs. T. W.. (Juayle a concise- account ol the work of the W.SI.S-- TliC children ol the mission band went through a pleasing exercise! which the ladies enjoyed. The I'rolhcon class of Wesley Sun- day school, better known a: Hraudow's class, celebrated- cemeteries and laying (lowers on lions weic supervised by -lie graves of friends and relatives, ipatrick and Mr. In Great liritain nud the -.-United Missrs llaniahan, states, night is devoted to mer- Eckstorm, Hoeiey, Smith, Tracy, j and .divination 'of the' fu-. N'irainons and Messrs." Nawden, Mc- I Cready, Dodds, Hobinsoa and llal- last night aud did it well. :ial was held in the church un- 3 j tier the auspices of this big class of [_ vour.g ladies and they had the plea- sure of seeing one ol the largest eier gathered at a social in AM, SAINTS "For all Ifce saints, who Irom their Attending the- dance.'would be an ideal way to celebrate Hallowe'en and i incidentally thOu Flower .Guild dc- assistance. by faith before the world confessed, 1'liy Name, 0 Jtsu, be forever blest, Alleluia." Sirs. Charles jickiilop.'s home on conceptions, the liine honored {being largely, in evidence, The inem- ibeis ol the class vrcre also bewikh- ingly costumed as witches, and the .scene was one of the prettiest aginabje. Mrs. Urar.dosv and her girls gave every one a hearty wel- come and had provided lots of fun lo wile away the evening. Evrry or.c cut loose in frolic and it was one of night hags you do 1 land everyone seemed lo join mcrrilv The hostess wore a pretty costume (llc fun As was tl.nttlng Mrs. T.. E. Nealc and Mrs. will receive on Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Mann leave on Monday lo reside in Southern Cali- fornia. of black silk, touched with white and purple'. The-dining table was effectively de- corated with an immejise-cluster ot mauve while small- er vases of similar flowers rested at the corners. Mrs. J. n.-Hlginbptliain poured tea, wearing a'-sniart gown ol brown foul-' and lard, relieved with Alice blue Mrs. J. Holand Heeb, Victoria brown plumed picture hostess of a chain tea j Miss In white lin-erie iast evening, iu 'connection withjand passed theiviands, Knox Ladies'Aid.. j while Miss'Jlargaret ed in .hlne with ribbons to'Viatch, ad- r" c 'Mrs- 'entert'rLAed eight ladies at' the a link in Knox ladies1' Aid-chain 'The guests. 'A rj'uiet. but "was solemhued at St. Jobn's, ch.urch, Mrs. I-eader.'o! Medicine Hat, on Wednesday morn- is staying with Mrs. hon- iDgr wllcn- Miss MurielLefever, ir guest of a bright tea-hour func- Canterbury, Quebec; was' .united. lion given liy Mrs. (Jeorge Allison Mr. Harold Haight, of The hostess, was assisted I i' Inspector Juoget -bride, away, and the. nuptial knpl was lied Mrs. Baer. Mrs. Thomas Taylor has returned an "at Newport by Rev. J. R. GreUon. After'a recherche "dejeuner1 at the llfath, forty miles north :ot-Vancou-: home of Inspector Junket, Mr. and irr. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor have Haight their future i suite at tbe'Victoria Mansions tori home in Lcthbridge. x ,j the. winter. C ,t S The girls' -sewing ov.r.'en pumpkiti pie figured largely n the rcfresbments and that part of he program'was equally enjoyable with Ihc .rest. ThF young ladjts will add-the proceeds to (he fund.'for the. urnishing of "their in tbft new church. Miss Mae Gray, who .underwent an' operation.on her nose yesterday, improving nicely. s Mr. 'fiulhrie, of Pincher has joined the local staff Mer-. chants Bank.-' j s 5 Mr. Norman; 01 Hamilton, spent and today in the city. Ucrtic Hagell celebrated; riis tenth birthday on-Wednesday by eatertaln- ing ten little guests his'home near Henderson Park. Mr. Kilpatrick, Mr. Wbitippre, Mr. Joseph Jackson, Mr! W. J. Arm- strong end Mr. Hawden will he. tte floor committee at Ihe Flovfer Guald dance this evening. v Marjoric, the littje. daughter.of Mr. and'Mrs. C. A. Stephens, fnfertaln- cd Jittle friends from four, to club meets as sftveh -today. games of tomorrow afternoon with; Mrs. delighted the. children, af- .1. IS. Iteufer. -I j ler ivlilcli a dainty supper .-was serv- i; i, i ed.- Lauics' Altar society of CLUES AND Mrs. J. A. Young entertained at a tea in connection-with Knox Ladies' Aid yesterday afternoon. A .iniquc the motor ride in- j the afternoon tea being The Ladies' Altar society -eivcd out on the rustic bridge over i the St. Patrick's realized' he co'Jlce. about forty' dollars 'from the Rum-} mage Sale, held'iri the" Miners' Hail, Will the memkers Knix. choir Miss Hu'il, a grad.nale, Jiurse. of the yesterday., iplcase note that owing to the jeil-jre 'M hospital staff, has resigned anil x r at the church this .evening' ijtcrq will on Monday to reside at Hie I The Christian Endeavor society of: he no'choir rehearsal... i, oast. She will be a week-end visit-.! the- Christian church will hold a Hal-j. .r with Mrs. E. A. Williamson, Hth .trcel. i- Ideal entertainers were what' the Vestrninskr Guild of church oted Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Feiger, of he Ohio-Alberta ranch, last About twenty members of the Guild Irovc out in a hayrack and netdless o say some, merriment ensued on he trip to end from the ranch. Games of various kinds and plenty n' good music were enjoyed, after ihich inviting viands were served, he guests returning home' lit the :o'jts ol the morning. lowo'en social'and tally-1 pull at the I The'Junior W. A. ol St. Cyprian's Caleiom'an hall "this evcnmg at eight, church meets in the parish room A good.time is-assured those -who two-thirty, .tomorrow afternoon'. A attend. -i full aliendarcc'o! the girls, who.sigo- THE RIGHT MEN'S i'' JUST AS CA11KFUL when n man buys I'lidcrwoar IKMV. to soc that ho. is correctly fitted as il' wnie making him a suit. underwear in all inntcr.inls that arc cotton and mixtures, (isrincnts uro ncrfi-ully cut and made. Men s Two-piece Underwear Men's Two-Plceo Underwear In heavy ribbed wool. Throe guaranteed Green Label. Ked Label and Hlue Ijabc! at J2.00, J2.DO and per suit. Watson's cotton und ulool ribbed underwear in natural color, guaranteed unshrinkable, al fine ribbed, pure wool, In unshrinkable, per suit Stella Brand Underwear tinsbrlnVublo Imported Uudenvear In famous English make. Natural 'color, in cotton anil wool, guaranteed unshrinkable. A very popular line at a nsefJIum price. Per suit..................................... Men's Combinations Men's Co m bin at Jons, correctly shaped, with closed crotch, in ell We have in p'jro wool, cotton and wool and heavy cotton. All well known makes, such as soa's, and English makes. Natural color. Can bo supplied in all sizes and guaranteed unshrinkable. Per Salt Tlie Famous Wolsey Mak tie ramous w olsey The bc-ct Underwear on the market. Knglisli wtigtit, wool unslirllikable, in natural color. double breasted, For suit..... Can be supplied iu all e make, hear? Vests are cut A LIST OF ECONOMIES THAT WILL MEAN A BUSY DAY TO-MORROW FROM 8.30 TILL 10 P.M. LADIES''SKIRTS, Inlcsl styles in good colorings: Regular up to for C13.S5 CHILRKEN'S COATS in fancy twccd imd pliiin Up-to for...........-.................. Sj.j.25 LADIES' AND MISSES' CLQTH DRESSES'in Sailor style, very DAINTY LWH1TE TEA APRONS with, f'nll of embroidery or plain muslin............... PURE SILK RIBBONS in ncweil shades. inches wide. Special, per COMFORTS in beautiful silkplinc coverings. Suitably dovrii 'filled WrilTEQUILTS in Honecomb designs.'? "Size 72 by SOILED piirc wool. Regular Saturday (n extra terry. Extra special, 'THIS SEASON'S DRESS GOODS in latest fabrics .and col-, orings.- to Saturday (o CURTAIN SCRIMS in stripes and dainiy figures. Exlra values, per. yard -2-ic. CREAM 'i'lIGS in rJitic colorings. g2c 8 inch FLOWER 5 inch'FLOWER POTS MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS-Tliis season's buying. Rcgnlsir for j Regular for NATURAL WOOL UNDERWEAR in winter wcifilils. Per CORDUROY PANTS in brown and grey colors. Regular SOOD QUALITY-MEN'S NIGHTSHIRTS in heavy Flan- nelelle......................................Sftc, MEN'S SHOES in Fall Styles, from, -r Per pair -LADIES' SHOES, worth-up lo urday, per pair............ 50c CASHJIERE SOCKS, cxira fine quality 3 pairs Big range lo select All one price Sal- LADIES', GIRLS; AND BOYS' SLIPPERS in plaid felts. All sizes, per C. APPLES, ijicliiiling Mpliilpsli Reds and' "Den DaVis, per case v..... BEST QUALITY CANNED cans in for or 1 dozen BANANAS, while lliey last, per dozen 2oK TRY A SAMPLE ORDER OF HUDSON'S BAY tbs. for p ed for thc.bazaar on November .llth, The larjest nurnhcr'in the history-is requested fo'cornplcie the .songs, of thc Women's Missionary society of i Wesley church attended thc meeting The Juvenile f. 0. G. T. had a yesterday afternoon and four new large crowd out at thoir meeting last members were enrolled.-- [evening, when, after the 'usual'busi- The room had hKn.rtbrt faslelully'ness, a fine program ol song's and decorated with cut (lowers readings was rendered, and Iruit was I served at thc close of .very iacs. the deriarlmcat will be renuireil APPOINTED PUBLIC to build a high tenEion lius and in-! SCHOOL INSPECTOR stall a In Ihe rnamifncturlng 'and wholesale diatriit Oct B. Laz- next summer, in order that the In- crtc, principal of the Hlgb EChool, has creasing demands Jor j-ower may he' been appointed public school inspect- inet with the least possible loss of jor, though for ivnat district Is not yet by.' Mra. 0. E. Brandow. Mrs. II. C. McCIurfl gave a Interesting'and comprehensive ad-j The Ifopo of i.cthhridge I. 0. 0. dress on of Nursing: T. met at eight o'clocS, nju'i members hail been cr.r illcd, tho; 'meeting was thrown open- all. 1 friends interests! in Hie Better Than Wealth is perfect health; but to enjoy good health it is necessary first to get rid of the minor, ailments caused'by defect- ive or irregular action of the stomach, liver, 'kidneys, and which spoij dull' and make all sufferers feel tired or good ,'for. nothing. liave proved themselves to ba tho best corrective or pfe-. ventive of these troubles. They insure better feelings and those who rely upon them econ find themselves so brisk and strong they are better able to work enjoy life. For that_reason alone, Bcecham's, Pills' are Worth a Guinea a Box TW >rMi CITY WILL HAVE .MUCH MORE DEMAND FOR 'ELECTRICITY WITHIN NEXT QUARTER Consumption ot eleclrlcal power sup- plied by Iho municipal power plant promises to increase by over 50 per cent within the ndxt tli.rcc-.months, according to figures, gathered by the Herald Ihle morning, and If tho in- wtase for next year Is aa I Indications scorn lo ahow, js a possibility tbat another 1 1 ivYbo-aenerntor-will have lo be In- .Marsh, missionary at i vilfe, chairman, and the. program ol the evening was well lecelvcd. There were SOORS by Mr. B. ff. Hone, and Mr. J. T. Knjsllsb. a vlo- ing used by factories and con- lin solo by Mr. S. Sloti, a solo by certiS In thc city. Hrfora the end of Mrs.Marsh anil a reading by Mr., the year, molors capable ot producing .y i fcirr hundred horse-power will ba tn- ilcfreshmciils" were then smrd, af-' billed, so that tbc total capactly of tcr.' were Indiilied in, molors Inslallcd and drawing power and n lolly social hour was in order.: from Iho clly will be about 11CO h.p. 'inr'iEGst Installation' will bo DEATH AT ETNA irjide at (lie Klllspn. Mills, where mo- Girdslon. Oct. SI-IE of 250 h.p. are a man of sisiy-cisht cj nge, llv- on' the way. "These will produce en- Ing at K'.nn. a district sir Miles ous'.i power lo Increaco lie capacity south of ConJslor., dead ne n resuit of the roil! to EDO daily, stroke of The man' The Milllns and ijlevatar Co. cnergy in transmission. known. AEROPLANE CAPSIZED NOBODY KILLED At Iho present time about seven hundred electrical horse-power ore be- ts the firth In llni- to riavi died of the hsivo si'to .Installed a motor lately, same Ills wife.'j-ieiKKietiH factory, him one' year from a stroSo. A ton consenco operations shorlly, will use died four months ago, and two power. In the lost few years, in Ihe of liT.' motor has been Installed Ufab, all ot parallels. BiitlM-tooIc, In the new warehouse of.tho Inlorna- ploce yesterday, President Pre-' Duec, and other offlciftls of (he Mormon church being In attendance. ITuo sons still livn on Ilie'farm at iKnjj, AWn and .Oliver tlonal Harvester Co. The additions to Iho Iron pttnt has also reiulrcd the addlllon t new motors. tbe el' from at The Shermin Monday. Versalllfs, France, Stoeffler, tho German aviator and his mechanic, had a narrow escape from death today when their aeroplane cap- sized and.fell four hundred feel Sloeffler ,was very seriously bruis; and the mechanic sustained- brolten leg. The canvass wings of the machine broke thc force of the fall. The aviators were on the way froci .Villa Coublay lo Home Baking Cakes, Pies, Etc i and l Cakes Foi Paitics and a Specialty Sale nci} Sattinlav at Thompson's Gio- cciy, 6th South Mrs. Richardson Superfluous MOLES, WARTS, CORNS Removed Wiih Ihe Elec'lrlc Needle Hull Block Mlw Kolmtfr Phone ;