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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta SOCIAL; AND .PERSONAL -'Mrs Neil 'McLachlan and Miss Mc- be at home tomorrow afternoon ot 537 Ernest street. l> 0 3 "Mr and Mrs.' S. Jackson entertained informally at dinner Tuesday even- ing for Mr.-'and Mrs. E. A. Sharman, '.vtho depart Friday morning to spond the winter abroad. Tho table, which was attractively. with, sweet peas, was lalft'forrthe honor guests, .'Mr. and Higlnbotham, Rev. and Mrs. E. Murrell-Wright, Mr. and Mrs'. Colpman arid_the host and host- ess., j than a score of 'daintily gown- matrons took the, first opportunity. "of meeting .Mrs. "John Home in her .pretty- home, .1307 .Dufferln street, yesterday Mrs. W. J- Nel- fion, received with the hostess in the drawing room which was adorned sweet peas and gypsophalia. Jessie Home.served the tea- Hour dainties to. the visitors. Al- ,thbugh a resident of the city but a Bhort time Mrs. Home has a riumbervof friends. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Colpman, chil- dren .and maid, left yesterday, .after- jnoon for Indian Head, SasJc.; where they will enjoy three weeks, on their.. farm, v A desp'atch from Ottawa this morn- ing gives the following vbrlef account of the. "One of the wed- dings ever celebrated in Ottawa-was ithat of Miss Florence "Hazen iKintosh, fifth daughter-of Hon.-Ch'as. 'F. MacKintosh, former Governor of the Northwest Territor- ies, to Mr. Arthur Guise, 'late .comp- troller of the viceregal household. "Yen. Archdeacon Bogart' officiated and the church of Mar- tyr was beautifully, decorated for., the occasion. Mi sOean Fleming was the bridesmal-d and Major to his Excellency Sari Grey, support- ed the groom. Guise sail for .England by -Victorian to- morrow and will- afterwards take up their residence at the libme'-'o'f the -groom in Ireland..-- A. Eafton-Cannlng and NurBe Nicholson left yesterday afternoon to spond a fev the mountains near Elko, B. C. 'n. Rev. Albert Mrs. Tifflu of Lambeth, Oat., who ha.ve been .vis- iting. Mr. Tiffin's uncle, Mr. who lives southeast of, the-city, left yesterday afternooa on their home- ward' trip; Mr. Tiffin was a delegate to the Methodist General Conference held recently at Victoria, B. C'. Mr. and Mrs. E. A.. Sharman leave Friday morning for frorn .wnence they will sail- for England -ob the "Empress of Britain. They to spend" several months touring OSo continent and will visit, with Mr.. Shai'man's .relatives, in Leicester..be- fore returning home! Upon their re- turn to -Canada Mrs. Sharman will spend, a month in Toronto .before, con- tinuing her journey west The initial assembly of' the "Don't was .v enjoyed nearly guests last evening in the which had been artis tically decorated-by the patrones'sep and club committee. Gay. Japanese lanteriis -were strung "from the tour 'corners "of I the 'hall and1 tied- to the centre- electrolier with an immense red On- the platform where Bia-sr's orchestra'discoursed a lengthy .programme oi .spirited -dances, were [-bouquets -of carnations and rose's.' Mottoes, in accordance with J "club had 'been placed on the provoked miicn merriment. "eleven-thirty appetiz- In-g were served; Many non-dancers enjoysd the evening in the card room. 'patronesses were: J. L. H.-'Prlnoe. W. J. Mo- C. .H, KnudtBon, H. Hoirier Gay and Miss ;L.' Steedman. Murrell-Wright, M. A., of church, went ,to Qolehian yesterday to attend the ,ban- 'q'uef'therfi.'bf the Laymen's Mission- ary.-, association. -.Mrs. Murrell-Wrigat ajad-: child 'accompanied him. j i- MlssfRob'insoii, of the Nursing Mie- "sion'.leit. .today for Edmonton, where will spend a -lew weeks. During Miss; Holmes will toe in charge of Nursing Mission. has'rfaeen .decided that the Duke aad Duchess of will Southampton the" Union-Castle lin- er .for South Africa on .October 10 to "open the first par- liament of "Federated South Africa. The .royal'; party will call at St. Hel- ena and proceed .to Cape Towfl.rBloemfontein, Victoria Falls, Buld'wayo, Pretoria and will re-erabarK oiCthe Balmoral Castle at1 Durban in December. After the Duke's.1 ".-return to England, early in January, decision "will be ar- rived, at ,as to. his assuming, the gov- .ernpr-generalship of Canada., Mrs. ol Stratford, is visitmg, her husband, Mr.. Close, manager of the Lethbridge Brisk and, Terra. Cotta "Co. Rev. land his bride ar- rived home from their two weeks' honeymoon which was spent In Banff. v' The enf is announced of Miss C." Sdfttards, youngest daughter1.of'Dr. Q. C. Ed- v-MaclaocL. to Alexander. Geo. 'tie Canada-Alas-j kan surveys. The weddluati will take plaso.on October 19. The; en'i agement is announced in Winnipeg of Miss Dubuc, daughter of Mr. Justice Dubuc, to Mr. Thomas Molloy, of Winnipeg, -brother of J.P. Molloy, M.P. for Provencher. CARDINAL GOES TO OTTAWA .Sept. Van- nutelli, papal legate to the Euoharis- tic congress; from here for Ottawa. After par- ticipating In. -St. James -Ca-, tnedraLhe was attended to the Wind- sor street a iarge gather: ing of -clergy and citizens. The Car- dinal ,and his suite'first proceeded.to Valley Field to, spend-a few hours as the guests of .Bishop Emard, continu- ing later, to Ottawa. CLUB8 AND SOCIETIES j Mr.- and Mrs. "Archibald will be en- tertained at the home of ,Mr. and Mrs. B. Bnyder. Mr, and Mrs. I. C." Archibald, mis- gionariei under the direction 'of the Maritime Baptist Board, riOw en route for India will gpend.'the -at Lotbbridge. Mrs. Archibald 'Will meet the ladies of the Baptist .-church at an informal reception and" tea ,at the home of Mre. avenue this afternoon from five-thirty, She will addfws the; ladies' briefly on V v ,k; president. Mrs. I. M. rs. members "attended six visitors''were This at Mr. and Mrs. Archibald; will '-address a public meeting in the. Baptist church along missionary lines. pastor, although unable to the .arrangements Tery; im- portant service, wishes. .'.all the members of the congregation ;-who can possibly- do so, ,to the evening meeting to received. the spiration and enlightenment necassar- ily derived .from such a .service.1; The Ladies' Aid Society cburch held si business meeting it ;the club rooms yesterday, afternoon. ..Re- ports of, the year's read plans: for worlt iasuing year were made. The retiring officers all unanimously re-electedvThej are: President; 1st president, Mra.; vice president, Mrs. 3rd" vice ''I1 Ctipid s Court Rev. -A. M, Gordon in; recently married Donald Le-thbridge formeriv of Duncan- AJ> gyleahire Scotland and Miss Agnes Moffatt fourth daughter, Thomas Moffatt and. Mrs.. of Scotland. K. Wataori; sup- ported 'the groom, while the bride assisted Robt. Lindsay, THROUGH THE EYEft! If .there are any questions to ask at any cime about housekeeping, sowal custom information as TO laahiojis, etc., .61: ideas- about decora- tions Invited, to write to this deparonen; oe glad also, to publish short letters giving interesting, iaformation. ,on women's topics. No Jetter will "be replied' to-Diivately, unless tin tbe opinion of the editor the iuery :is such that cannot be an awared.-in. 'thls; column. All for a private reoly must be accompanied t by-r stamped, dressed, "envelope. bigger load than it did, before. _ bought anywKere prices and'everything sparkling of dtli its monev-saving' readyv Baiting to make that big ifspot securing the this store-io seU airesh newness that appeal to evepybody, to piill a they can be you'll see-complete stocks, .finest- qualities, lowest owris S2! odtH MADE OF HEAVY ENGLISH FLANNELETTE, and tbe; finest value we have ever see-1. much higher price.. Made in, plain white and pink and 'handsomely' trimmed with embroidery and lace. Full liberal sizes and-, good.: lengths. Only 10 dozen on sale and .the. for this opening Autumn display .will' tO price only The-biggest. '.roomiest night" shirt that- we have ever- seen and- made- -of that heavy'- English flannelette. for Misses as well as' for older.ladies, .-Prices, are A-very special value in a comprehensive range of tHe new stylish trim-med and trf fact as stylish as those at double color black, green, Suits, navy, wine, etc. _ The New Golfers For Women Have ws tae w IB Fnr instance a soft grey Norfolk tce_cuiib inal, brown, Khafeiv-wnite, :aad pocket'-'trimmed with Special Special Shirt Value .00 Tvokes and Hagen's Shirts for men stand the test of hard wear, as well as being tho most stylish.. All ..our1. new fall stock has arrived, "and our Opening -Sale price of any of the kinds will" be only Sale of Comforters Women's JtJnderwear An- ertra. value in-: .Watson's outtoned front-vests.and'drawers to match. SPECIAL AT 60c .Vests-and; drawers in good winter weight. Value 75 cents. SPECIAL'AT'75c_ vests and drawers in good -warm winter -weight.. SPECIAL AT AVatson's .good unshrinhable combination in good 'union .make. SPECIAL AT The finest grade' good wool combination guaranteed unshrinkable. INFANTS' UNDERWEAR In and-reiiben styles 25c to 85c Heavy English Flannelette at 8e, Worth 12 l-2c -V verv startling statement -to make, but.true. nevertheless.. We bought it VanJ price Heaw, but in a beautiful soft finish in pretty pink stripes, also Never anvtiing like the price ever offered. Our fall opening price is only dark C Great Values AT AT 5 7] S 1 A splendid art covered comforter filled with good coilon wool. An extra quality comforrer with, cover ins of chintz. A -comforter filled wr.Ii soft clear dowa- and .covered with silky sateen. s oavect In. TMs Grocery Store The Only Store on a Low Cash Basis-------- TAPESTRY CURTAINS to 510.00 LACE CURTAINS at 75c to SILKCLINE. DRAPERIES in pretty ART DRAP.ERIES, Arts and Crafts designs 25c. NAIRNS INLAID LINOLEUM a square yard 93c. FIGURED ART DEM '.MS at a yard 25c. TAPES! RY RUGS, sire 3 x 3 at TAPESTRY RUGS size 3 x 3-6 at Great Blanket Values 'Comparison of prices and quality is the true test of values. Bead the other grocery se'd. Our service is.incpmparable, and we guarantee every article we sell. that have come this store.. Ion Here are a few of our low prices. the multitude of save as they. Join ht as AT AT AT 'A pure wool blanket in large 6S x 72 size. The finest Canadian all-wool blanket that we keep. A good wove blanket with just a little wool "to keep it from shrinking. The best Union Made Overall aac! Jacket to be had. They wear like a pig's nose. Plain blue and black, also striped. The price now is BAP.LEV, a pound EAGLE MILK, a tin GOLD SEAL MILK, a tin----- WHITE STAR CREAM, a ST. CHARLES CREAM, a tin BEE BRAND TEA. a Ib BLUE RIBBON, a Ib. BEST SALADA. a ib.....'...........'- LIPTONS, a Ib......................... RIDGEWAYS, a CORN SYF.UF, 5j3ounds, FORCE............................. MAL-TA VITA.......................... PUFF RICE........................... PUFF WHEAT...................... QUAKER OATS. CORN FLAKES SHREDDED WHEAT, box HARD WATER SOAP, SWIFTS HARD WATER SOAP bar OLD DUTCH .4c. 17 l-2c. 12 1-2c. 10c. I0c. 40, 45c. 40c. 5Qc. 60c. 40c.s 50c. 35c. 15c. 12 1-2.c 12 1-2c. ICc. 25c. 10c. 15c. ib. 15c., Great West snd Royal BEST HAM. a Ib..... BEST LEAN BACON, a TOMATOES a tin CORN, a tin PEAS, a tin............. BEANS, a tin............ PUMPKINS, a tin -RASPBERRIES, a tin STRAWBERRIES, a tin PEARS, a tin LOMBARD PLUMS, a tin GREEN GAGE, a tin WHITE CHERRIES, a tin RED CHERRIES, a tin FINNAN KADD1E. a tin KIPPERED HERRINGS, a SALMON, a tin BEST C. C. SARDINES Crown Soaps. 1 floz. tin 45c. 26c. 28c. 15c. 12 1-2c. 12 1-2c. 10c. 12 1-2c. 20c. 17 1-2c. 17 1-2c, 15c. 20c 17 1-2c. 17 1-2c. 15c. 20c. 20c. 15c. 15c. COFFEES. n bulk...............25c, 35c. JAPAN RICE, 4 pounds for............ and 40c. 25c. NEW CUSHION litko'graphed arts. and crafts designs, 25o to NEW silk, tinsel, etc. >..35c to ?1i50 NEW HAIR quality and 35c NEW women in.dogskin, special-at NEW new diagonals, serges, panamas, voiles, etc., at from NEW TABLE extra quality, at jfroin NEW good linen, at from ,.8o to 20c TABLE finest quality..............30e BABY assortment, from.....Sc'to 50c NEW SILK at to 310.00 NEW DRESS tlie popular serges and diag- onals, prices from .....................50c Women's Llama Hose Every rsair has the name 'Llama' worked in red. English make, perfect seamless aad- in all sizes. Worth 50c. Special Cashmere Hose An English make of casfcmere hose, in all sizes; Special at Sjpecial Hose Women-who are .used to paying 65c aiKl 75c a pair for hosiery should see these good English Cashmere Flannelette Waists Made' in pretty stripes of blue, red, green, biack, etc. also coin-spots. Extra quality and good style. Spe- cial at ........................75c, and ;