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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Friday iMO. 1'age tea ordinary kiaclsr il may surpriseyou. superioi'ilo ttfe tea you your money Avill tie refunded VVheat rOet. opened K jclosed, May opened jed close 1 Nor. 3 Nor. 2 white oats 87; flax 2.26. Winnipeg Live Stock i .Winnipeg, Sept. receipts j included 752 cattle, 32 calves, 106 hogs and 136. sheep. >i .Western run of lire stock, wag he'av 'jtnis stock yards, with the Jesuit-that the number of stock ed for sale' was considerably lessitban the Quality of thesg offered was only fair and while some icnoiee- as yet the .majority of sales fo s cattle (-were prationi TJ anforftuiates but it in'o'ex-pecta- GRIMSBY FISHERMEN S4.25vi some mixed .'bunches of infer, ibr .cpws, and sfbckers we're as "low .The 'demand for -sheep and lambs good, tho former bringing from to 55.25, and the latter 56.50 to Kogs were again scarce and -tbe prices remained steady at yesterday's quotation, namely per cwt. off cars Winnipeg.- _ Montreal Stock Market, Montreal, Sept. 2. The local finan- cial market showed little animation today, tbe trading being meagre and to a few. stocks; Montreal street showed only two 244; Quebec railway steady Steel Corporation firm, 62; Duluth Super- ior gained a, point and a: quarter .from the registering 76% Toronto Kails 110; Crown 284; Havana 94. Sept. is Jmown nere ;of the proposal to export 'halibut from 'Newfoundland or the cre- ation of A great trade between Grims- fey andiSt." Premier -Mor- "ris Little is "held here for the success, of sncfr a venture. Several -similar ex- periments' failed. CUT PUL-PWOO.DVQN ANtlCOSTl ISLAND "IQuebec. Sept. of ticdsxi i wiir be-cut ter oavaniagreemeiit -witiT'Mr! Menier and-icomtng.- -private not be subject to .the go vefiiinent: ex- HAMILTON; GARMENT WORKERS WAITING FOR GOVERNMENT Ont., Sept. g_ar- menf workers held another .meeting this- evening and decided go on -strike against alleged efforts of Copley, NTbyes introduce the ten-hour day until after tbe gov- ernment inspectors bad Jbeen.sent ib this city to.investigate the report that the' company..was importing, aliens frpm. States. The. company afi- mits'' that la-bof to. .avoid the necessity of-sending gar- ments 4O Toronto; and Montreal to -toe finished. O ur sons, Groceries, rnife I. Coffees and s at Lowest received of CANNED Our are as follow GOODS l-5c per caii ,2 for 25c 15c per can; 15c per can All 20c. per-- can', -'Special Price in Case Lots Edited by 1052 SOCIAL AND'PERSONAL Miss Lyl formerly a mem- ,ber. of the, city's teaching, staff, -and- who has'been spending'several.-mouths i iir her Otttxwa home, '.will enjoy the j coming winter in -Florida. j i On account, of tbe cool, weather and the absence from the city of a num-} ber 'pr'the- there Hvili be no j tennis tea tomorrow 'afternoon at Uie "tennis courts." r--" i James-Peat..of .Pe'rolia is, visiting her .three Messrs George and Norman Peat, of Peat Bros., real, estate and insurance; agents, Macdonald Block. i Mr. ;.and Mrs. Fred Mock-, who are spending a few days: Mr. Mock's! Parents at to Lethbridge, where- ther Calgai-v. Herald Announcement the forthcoming has -teen: reside in roaiie ot j of -Miss M. Mr. A. 'a.. real 'estate broker -of E, Kidd, _ N; Wiimot. this .city, former) v; a; member of tiu; Canadian 'of Commerce staff in Fernio. The wedding -will -take place in .the latter place carry, ac the ho'me.oi Mrs.', (Dr..) Cor- san. Mrs. C. W. G-ray, Round street, op- ened her r" TT'! Exclusive control for thi, famous "Northway'' man tailored garments. Ut Tb Ladies' Store Casfi and One Price The Right Thing, at the Right at the 'Right Price1 Sole selling Agents for; the glove'fitting and their, friends ;last- evening for the benefit of the.; -In the it wea- ther was' so be iiGpps- sible. to by evening it so much ielectric ights and 'were strung from quests enjoyed the-porch-and; Ffo.m a gaily" decked; booth -on-; the -verandah -Bessie Haz- ell -was sold it -was fauna" had- beea realized.- Dainty -refreshrnehLS' were provided and served, by the-hostess, who was assisted "by.- ;'-Mrs. ilumparies, Mrs. Rodgers, Miss Steadman, and a bev-y evening and "Mr. .Elton contributed.lseveral accept- .aljie; -in Strum en vocal seleo- will be successful, d-..! llackintosb, fori the wedding- of theirS-xtaugh ter, Miss and -Mr. Guise, son late- Mai or, .'General Guise of on .day, at church! Ottawa. i CLUBS AND SOCIETIES To-morrow ait-ernoort at 4 o'clock the'Ladies Aid Society of tlie Gait Hospi-tal will hold -meet- ing at the home ot the president; Mrs. Southard. Officers-for Jie com- ing: year will be elected: In Case Lots Ol-aorfc's and-HemzV 105: 15c? 25c and 85c ioiyin :15c- per tin MOVISIQNS. Star per Ib. .w 35c Ib. per !b. per Ib, Creamery T.___.... per Ib. "e Dairv............. per Ib. Ib. laid'....... 45c per dozen per dozen -FRUITS- Choice S1.35 per case PLlL.. o.J.. --SL50 per case PB.'JL.. 13.25 per case ibs. for 25c per case These are nearly over -All Tomatoes, Cabbage, last of the city clergymen to foreswear celibacy is "Rev. Walter W Bryden, of 'St. Andrew's church, North Lethbridge. The minister's wife .was Miss Violet Naismith Ban- natyne, daughter ot P. M. Banr natycc, for years resident of Glas- gow, and now of Calgary. The mar- riage yesterday, (Thurs- "afternoon, at the residence of the bride's father, 14th Ave., W, The bride_ Was attended by her sis- ter, Miss Elizabeth Bannatyne. The part of best man taken by a classmate of bridegroom, Re'v. F. .S. Dowling, now of the First Presbv- terian "Church, Edmonton. The knot was tied-by-Rev. A. M. Gordon, of Knox church. Some two dozen irie'nds were present to congratulate the i groom, and'to wish the bride well. After hearty toasts had been drunk, and a delicious refection crtjoyed by i th-e gtiests, Mr. and Mrs. Bryden left by the evening train ?or a brief star 'is the Beautiful." They will reach Lethbridge the. week after next- It is safe to say that very soon Mrs. Bryden will have a host-of'friends in Lethbr-idge, and that this will not be {limited, to our Septs fellpw-country- men, or to the "people of St.1 An- i drew's church and of Ixnox church. i I On Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 31.at i the home oi Alexander McPheat, 534 Bailey street. Lethbridge, the sent to the asking him to" call Pure Milk and Cream will be promptly attended to A sanitary dairy has been fitted np. and one call will make you a satisfied customer E. PELTIER Bos '1867 Lethbridge Introducing Big Stocks of New Fall Merchandise With Special Saturday values from every department-of the demon- -straiing tho saviugfadvantages of "spot close; careful buy-" ing. Your money not for a'iong tim_e to do for you such 'LADIES' FALL uNbERWEAR 25c The proper .weights for wear, representing remarkable val-: ue at, the natural color; "vests'buttoned fronts; long sleeves; 'drawer's1 in '.open'jor; -dosed styles. -Satuixiay Special 25c HOSE ever for money; and that Is saying a great :deal, uThey come in ;pr seamless feet, spliced :fceels. arid Black" only. Saturday: Making a collection.- -njcb .of assortments and" values has never, before been in this. of NET VEILINGS Excellent Quality: various styles and, .net .shown all colors.; SILK DE CHINE MOTOR VEILING, Piire. silk, inches .ed with; deep- -border, colors; tan, brown >.and .blackV N EW.EST MOteR-'-VEt LS ished with deep "j .Madelot silk, de: chine; NEW.LA.DIZA CORSETS S1.5Q, Featuring two -of the 'most mo- dels -we have seea. witlr extra1- low' bust, -.long- "back ,and .hips, having ,twb .of hose. supporters, and sides. GUARANTEED. GLOVES J' Finest-qualities shown. of..best French; imaginable, finished: at. wrist.with domes; very soft :and perfect fit- ting; NEWEST shown in all-Vtie -.colors ".off a .made. 'weight cashmere in, -sizes, 9 arid..9'i-2.; ins. WE ARIN0 APPAL IS :l Ready-to-Wear be made ;S'aturday of; 'X and there's not a garment among thern' you'll- not pronoiLince' b-fit; tailoring- and" shake-keVping 'quail-' that particular women.fcare and ROW invite .you to inspect L of 'ability .'to meet r.cqu'freme'n'ts. nriosr satlsfattonlly. HANDSOME SUITS' s. Everyone a splendid made and perfectly, tailored; shown in pure wool, chev- iots- -1antl-i diagonal skirts; 'the ''famous "Northway" "man tailored make. BEAUTIFUL ,N-EW -COATS, Shown in' wool Kersey 'cloths; colors or bro-svn, lowrir-high cut neck with velvet collar, also of all wool tweeds -'and dia- gonal worsteds. in: grays, mix- tures, all beautifully tailored and remarkable: val- ue-at the price. -i We make alterations free of charge and guarantee the fit marriage took place of James Wash-! are most inviting. One of the'-'pret- ingtOn Wilson, Of Monarch, to Miss i i ii tbp rnnm it n-iir Isabella Milling, of Kippu daughter of! "est-c ,ar the ,f the late Robert Milling Lanarkshire. George M. Hatch. An -electee Rev. A. M. Gordon, minister of Knox j dome light--is, in tbe Gasoe dis- church, performed the ceremony. nnfl mmfi mircac nra.nion not-, -rriof TVTV r< DISCOVERED O.F QUEBEC Quebec. ..Sept.' DAILY- RECIPE Lemon cup sugar, rounded tablespoons fiour. two cups i and the pupil nurses are-also the DOS-' sessors of a large fireplace. The second and third floors are sK- en over to large anri TV ell. furnished a bright and airy sewing of boiling water, two eggs, one tea- j room, bathrooms, and a supply .room, spoon butter, grated rind and juice oi-i where-by the way: are stored several' one lemon. Mix flour, sugar, and j bolts of" gingham, especially made in of eggs together, then add lem- j England for' the Gait Plospital- nurs- es. The. pattern for "this material will not be used for other" than that used by tbe pupil nurses and graduate nurs t-s of the, Gait Hospital training school." At present seven graduater anrl six pupil nurses reside in the home, besides the superintendent. Miss McDermid, and the assistant su perintendent. Miss .Lyon. on, then the boiling; water and but- and bake in pastry. v Beat the whites oi- the eggs to a stiff froth and add a teaspoon oi sugar and place on top of pic to brown. THE NURSES' HOME On another page of last e'rnius's paper I told "you all about the new hospital, which we all should be so'proud of, but I kept the nurses home just for this department, for it is a little more private than the hos- pital, and the girls-who abide there- in, are not any more pleased to have the rooms in their home described on a prominent page in the -paper, with glaring headlines any more than you wouW be to have your own home so Tbe Nurses' Home is worthy of j a personal visit, for a more j "homey" place would be hard j to find. This large brick house has three floors, and every room on j each floor is used. The gra- duate nurses have a most attrac- tive sitting room at, the front and north corner ot the house. Here found delightfully comfortable chairs. A. wide, cheerful fireplace, daintv cur- tains and prottv pictures, and a palm! or two lends a still more homelike appearance. Across from the nurses' sitting room is Miss McDermid's rp- ception room a.nd everything here is most inviting and artistic. Miss Me Dcrmid is unusually fortunate in pos- sessing a number ot beautiful pillows that have a tendency of inducing one j to be just a mite lazy, and stay a little longer Uian one should when makinc a formal call. In the ad- dition to the bouse a large an-d airv room: has been set asftle for the pupil nurses' very own sitting room, and trict Mri, C. Grant of -Moiitreal returned -to this city and reportsi the finding of several large deposits of chromel The Quebec government vey was met with on MotSit. .Albert and NO CLASH HAS YET .OCCURRED IN -Manila, .Sept.. l.-r-Up to .this .time there has been no clash. tfi.e; consta'oalary and the and his following withdYeV ano on .-the approach- uiarr and it is to the mountains where-" were preparing to follow, the other occupants of thn house daro? t trespass unless especially invited.' The pupil nurses have, with the as- sistance of Miss McDcrmiri, selected Early English furnishings for their the large and restful chads and couches upholstered in leather, it L A. Scott Manager ;