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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lettobridge AJaily Kef am, Tftui-sday, September HITEST BAKING MAGIC BARING POWDER INSURES PURE FOOD. MADE IN CANADA. CO. LTD. oy Edited by Phone 1052 ISth and a Harvest Festival social on the following day. i The Women's Home .Missionary So- ciety of Knox church met in the school room last evening. In the absence of the president, Hiss Bruce, Mrs. McKillop presided. The interest- programme had been prepared i by -Miss .Mackenzie and several excel- jlent articles were read on the "Gen- a deep tunic of dew drop net. The chemisette of fine silk net was out- lined with pearls, and from the shoulders fell a quaint diaphanous cape of rea) Venetian and duches lace, the ends reaching to tae.hwu o the train. The wadding veil of tull was caught in the coiffure with a cor- onet of pearls and valley lilies, and the bride carried a shower of valley I7Iies, bride's roses and maidea hair fera. Gracs Hastie, of .Maple Creek- made a most charming bridesmaid in bebe blue crepe de chine over taf with -bandings of blue satin and touches of exquisite silk embroidered lace. Her gloves and slippers were [the same shade, and her becom- ing picture hat of satin braid, which was adorned with blue and white os- prey and plumes. Sue carried a !wreath nf Killamey roses. The two picturesque little flower maids. Misses Ruth and Lots Dixon, cousins of the bride, wore gold col- ored heavy lace slips over soft' satin, with wide, soft satin sashes and mush room hats of frilled and shirred ac- cordeon pleated silk, with under- brims of lace and clusters of pink rosebuds. Their hose and slippers corresponded with their frocks "and bonnets. Armsful of pink -bride ros- es were carried. NO MORE MISERY IN THE-STOMACH If -what you Just ate is souring .on your stomach or lies like a lump of lead, refuftog to or you belch and erucUte sour, undigested food, or. have a feeling of dizziness, heartburn, fullness, nausea, er in the course of his budget speech 1 announced that the government in tended to construct a iranscontinent- al railway at a cost of about four mil- lion pounds. He also extended a. cor- dial welcome to the British immi- grants. Will Make Hair Grow Cupid's Court thaf. were served at the small tables Wack.lacs and rich Inidescent passe- by the ladies. menterie. A pretty grey chapcau of satin and velvet with grey plumes was worn, and she carried a of La France -roses. The very beautiful gifts were displayed in the marquee. The interior of "The Maples" was effectively adorned with garden blos- soms, the predominating colors be- ing pink and white. A buffet sup-, per was served In the dining and the bridal table which was under an arch of white roses was most .ef- The marriage of Miss Ethel Mii- esses are: Mesdames J. L. H. Prince, W. J.- C. H. H. Homer th'e cctamlttee: ?rlr.' J. L, Mr. W. J. McCambley' 3Ir. B. J. Bathie and Mr. E. A. Barn- 1; -and the officers. iHss. L. -Steed' Hon. Treasurer; Mr. J. L. R ,'Frince. Hon.. Secretary. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Lakes' Aid of Westminster a.meeting on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. j. -tiraham and, completed arrangements Harvest Home service on Sept dred Stewart daughter of Mr and -Mrs. John DLson, Maple Creek {Saskatchewan, and Mr. Simpson j' Shepherd, of this city, was celebrat- ed m the Methodist Church. Maple Creek, yesterday afternoon at four- thirty the Rev. G W Johnson. The wedding was mark- ed in its every detail with oeauty- and -distinct originality, and was one of the largest and most -brilliant ev- ents ever celebrated In Maple Creek. The church was elaborately adorn- ed In yellow and wjute.. the vows being taken tinder an "arch of white golden glow, surmounted with a true lover's knot of tulle The bride, who was given away by her father. looked very lovely In" wedding robes. Her gown "was iv- ory duchess satin en traine with seed pearls and silver fringe outlining in should radiant hair. There are thousands of women with carsh. characterless hair, who do not try to improve it In England and Paris women take Pnde in having 'beautiful hair woman can have lustrous From of the the arch, to the table streamers of Not How Cheap, but How Good! Standard Line We have placed in our showrooms samples of a car trf the better make of Canadian Quality Furni- ture, which we are sefling at prices which are no higher than you would have to pay elsewhere for the cheaper or poorer quality, Peerless Folding Tables Just ideal for Luncheon or Tea Cards or Sewing. Six designs Superior Beds, Mattresses and n springs at medium prices tective. corners wide white satin ribbons -were run and fastened with bows and sprays of valley lilies. Individual bouquets of the lilies marked each place. Much merriment was; created over the toasts proposed by the. toast- master, Hon. W. A. Buchanan, M.P. P., to the bride, the response being made >by Mr. Shepherd; the brides- maid and fiower girls responded to oy the groomsman and.'Mr. Lowe of Calgary, ana to the host and hostest. responded to oy Mr. uixon. The groom's gift to the bride was an exquisite necklace of pearls and peridots, to the bridesmaid a gold .and enameled bar. pin set and xujvuriant nair by using great American" Sage Hair Ton- ihe Alberta Drug and Book Co large bottle for -50 .cents, and to banisil Dandruff, stop lallmg hair and itching scalp in ten' Our. Tailored Coats line Beaver Cloth Tailored length 52 inches made with; military or open collar, f beat tiful plain good garment, in black, navy brown green or .smoke, Special at Tailored Suits at Equal to any shown elsewhere at ?25 00 "Mil- ady Brand." The materials are fine'serges, and heavy diagonals, colors, navy, black grey and green. Exceptional y dnd value at..................... Tt e are SJioAving a very Fine Range of Bearskin and Fancy cloth coats 1'or the Little Ones. Bearskin Coats at and up to Cream Serge Coats at Scarlet, navy, brown and blue Serge coatss, for ages from 2 to 6 ears Boys? Pants "Lion Brand" 2? hundred pairs of. Boys' Knee Pants, bearing the "Lion Brand." The oniy pant having double seat and knees, made up of pure wool Canadian Tweed, a cloth that will stand hard wear and keep its appearance. All sizes in stock. 85c up to........... and Boys- and Girls' Underwear Everything desired in tiie underwear line for Boys and Girls of any age. You'll find here light medium and heavy grades in cotton fleece, plain natural wool or heavy ribbed pure wool garments The prices range from SOc. to iSTEW DRAPERY AND CURTAINS and mesh Dets> Curtaining and Nottingham laco curtains in parfs Everything in Hair Goods and SmaUwear Novelties HSD5inas.fre311 PdCe Hair Nets, Hair Crimp- SOME HIGH CLASS JEWELLR T NOYELTIES In Hat Pins, Brooches and' Wrist Metal Purses. Crabb Street Opposite Herald Upholstering and Repairing of All Kinds pearls, his gift to the flower were dainty gold pins set with bar- ouche pearls, to Ills best man, mono- gram cuff links, and to the ushers tie pins. The bride's gift to Mr. Shepherd as a -pair of handsome silver mono gramed arid gold engraved locket, her attendants were gold seal rings, which were worn by them on-their little fingers Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd left last ev- ening for Laggan, and from there will Journey to the cpast, return- ing after two or three weeks 'by way of Portland and Seattle. They will be at home in this city after Octo- ber 1st. The bride's going-away costume was a dark blue tailored suit, worn with a navy blue net -blouse over dresden silk, and "bine beave rtoque with crown of satin and handsome pheasant's tail ornament at the side. The Lethbridge guests at the wed- ding were Mrs. W. C. Simmons. Mr. Sarnsley, Mr. R. V. Gibbons and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Buchanan, Mrs. Buchanan wore a smart- .black and white satin foulard gown, with dres- den -bandings tinging from the lav- ender to palest tones on a white satin background. Her hat was a white Leghorn, with facings of-blacfc panne velvet and adorned with -black plumes. Mrs. Simmons looked well in .black net over -black satin with trimmings iof gold galon studded with jet, and becoming cream lace hat adorn- ed with yellow and palest cream roses and foliage. LethbridgeV Greatest Home Furnishers QUALITY We tave been told that our "Quality" Is unsurpassed m Letnbridge. This is our aim, as -we buy from manufacturers whose names are a guarantee of quality.7 MACIVER COMMITTED FOR TRIAL Thomas JIacIver. wiio was accused of forging the name of Alexander j Maclean to a cheque for ?110 with i which he tried to buy a fur coat from jMacleod Bros, of this city, -was yes- jterday committed for trial and wi" tome up before the district court fcr arraignment. 5S Markets s. Sept. opened closed 102 1-4; Dec. opened 100 3-S, closed 100: May opened 105 closed 104 3-4: cash close 1 Nor Nw: 2 Nor. 103 3-4: 3 Nor 100- white oats 34 3-4: flax 2.40. Andrew Darling, formerlv Of the Toronto wholesale firm of Wyld-Darl- ing, is dead. A woman has received the appoint- ment of inspector of Etruscan Mu- seum. Home, .over .Loads ol professors. r Selection in Furniture When selecting fu.miture yotc should have a assortment to choose from, other- wise you cannot use the discrimination you would like. We have the largest and best assortment in the city in our show rooms. If you have a home to furnish, or are only in need of a few odd pieces, a visit to our store will repay you. We have an expert in charge, who has had valuable experience in the larger cities, who would be glad to call on you and render any assistance in f vt you are furnishing your new home. Price in Furniture This, should not always be reckoned in dollars and cents so much as in good value for the amount of money expended. Our prices are right. We know this, as we are constantly fitting up homes in Lethbridge whose owners have obtained outside prices We are offering this week the Mission Dining Room Set shown in our window the last few days comprising Buffet, China Cabinet, 6 Chairs and 8 foot pedestal Extension Table for S110.00. Rsguiar price on this is This set cannot be duplicated. We have competent men to send out to measure for, and place, shades ,__________hnoieums and carpets. Repair work attended to BAWDEN BROTHER 608 Redpath Street Phone 625 g ;