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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta PURE WHOLCSOMC RILIABLC ECONOMICAL MAOt IN CANADA DWGILLETTCQim PORON TO----- ONI! MILADI EDITED BY "INO" fHONIi: OfflM, 1IW Keeps the blood cool, sends the busy man to the office with an active brain and the mental and physical power to Rrasp every problem. Mi1. ISuieraoh. "of the> Merchants' I Hank stuff, returned yesterday from BIco, n.'C. -ilr. P. -V. fCewfi :baa Roue to Win- K, where be will apem! a niontli's The William" Dewar will oc- cupy the pulpit of St. Andrew's church on Sunday next. Mrs. Johnston and daughter, Ctweii- lollne, of Ma-notick, Out., are guests oi' tho week with Mrs. Hugh tioyd. Mrs. C. N. Maywood, of Winnipeg, vho has boon visiting in Vancouver is spending a lew days with lytr neuhew, Mr. K. A. Wright, en route lome. Mrs. Tl. A. Allison, who underwent in operation at the Gait Hospital re- cently, Is doing as well can be expected but will be confined to tho lospltul [or two or three weeks looy- The Brown Betty Tea Room Oueu il a.m. to 0 p. ni. Business Men't Lunch At 40 from 12 to 2 p.m. fs a Corner Third Avenue, and Fifth Street, EXPRESSED REGRET AT HIS DEPARTURE -4s n mart oi intappreciation and esteem in v.-hicli Iin has been lield ;i resident of the city, and to dud-him farewell on the occasion ol his departure to Montreal, about thir- ty business ami professional men of ;1hc city tendered a hunquct last even- ing to V. .Woods, who for. some 'months has of the Bank oi Montreal branch here. The dinner was liclct in the dining rooni of "the.Lcthbrldgp hotel which fittingly decorated lor the occa- sion. An elaborate menu" provid- er! hy "Mine .Host Mienaeltf and after been ihtlj appreciated hv the- guests V. I'.. -I'onyheare, ac-t- e'l toast umfiter, prSpascd'. .the1 to "the guesf of Ihe evening, Mr. Woods, in which lie spoke, in words of high esteem of the services which their guest had- rendered bis institu- tion while heart 01 the Lethbridge branch, and ui" the interest which, he, had always taken in the welfare of 1he city. He congratulated Mr. Woods on his promotion which was deserved by him, and wished him God speed in the new duties upon which lie was about to enter. Mr. Woods replied in a verv graci- ous manner, speaking of the very friendly relations which had always existed between himself and the peo- je ceremony over colohrated in Charloa Heights., Mr. and Mrs. Lliik will reside in CharloB Heights.. Mr. i.Ink la the son of Mr. and Alia. Adam ..ink, formerly of this city now of Mirror Lake, B.C. and is well known lore, baying formerly been manager of the Gumge. Mrs. T. Klriiham and Mrs. Sinn- ley Kirltlmm entertained informally it the tea hour-yesterday, compllmc-n- fary to their house guest, .Mrs. Wil- liam -Lawrence, oE Winnipeg. Mrs. C. G. K. Nourso hostess of a smart Hracheon yesterday. The gutyts included Mrs. C. W. Rowley, V. C. Brown, (Win- Mrs. W, U Hall, Mrs. A, C, Tenny, (Boston.) and H. R. Doiinau. A' London despatch It is an- nounced Sir Robert. Baden Powell is. engaged to marry Olive Synies, daughter' ol' Mr; and Mrs. Har- old Symes, ofParkston Dorset. The wedding will be celebrated before tlie end of the year. n E.'C. Ready left this afternoon for Reginn, where he has accepted a position with tbe SwKutchewan Fire Inminince Co. Mr. Ready has made many friondu during his stay in tho city, who, while regretting his de- parture, wish him every success for the future. Mr. Ready will be much misHRd .in St. Augustin's churcli. of which be was a very active member. The marriage took place at St. Augusi.int'lfi church. this afternqoii of Kenneth" Clarke Mac- Col. J. Penning- ton Gwaiidoline. eldest daughtei of U. L. es-AJ. P., editor of the Yviiinlpeg Tribune.' The putrringe of'SUsa Grace Marie AVarner to Mr. W. A. Hazel Link was solemnized on Tuesday, .Inly 22rd, at Charlos Heights, by the Rev. J. C. Jr- vln, of Hamilton. The wedding was unique in that it was ,the lirat inar- How she Made Good Bread One woman writes, "Failure after fail lire resulted from the use of other yea-ai, and my baking has been really satisfactory until I used White Swan Vea'st Cakes." Package of six cakes 5c. Free sample from White Swan Spices Cereals, Limited, To- Tonto, Orit. Clubs and Societies Thera will bo a rohoursal of "Btllle Taylor" tonight at Harnor'B Cpnsor- ,-atory of Music. AH interested cord- idly invited to uiteiid. St. Monica's Guild ,of St. Angus- tin's church met yesterday afternoon with a good attendance, a number of lew members being enrolled. Some time was spent in Rowing, after which Rev, J. E. Miu'rel-Wrigbt gave a snort ddress on tlio approaching mission. The Presbytery ol Macieod will ineet in St. church, corner of 13th St. and 7th Ave. on Tues- inst., at -1 p.m.. to consider ;he call, given by that coiigreKuUcfl u favor of the Rev. T. N. Murray, of Coleman. The call ia being circul- ated by tho elders thl-i week. The Epworth League of--Westmin- ster church held a profitable meeting last evening. Papers were read' by, MlsH Shaw and Mr. Harding Source of both of which; were cleverly thought out. Rev. J. j Woodsworih followed with an instruc-1 th-e and interesting oomnient on the( hook of Job. it was decided to Italrt a rally meeting on Tuesday, October j lat a-nd the oomniittee in qbarge will meet at the parsonage evening next. -The executive- of the W.C.T.U. will meet with Miu. W. 1814] Sixth Ave. on Friday, September 20th, at 3.45 p.m. Every member Is roauested to attend, as iihuortant. bus- nesa will be brought up. The executive includes Mrs. W. H. Conibear, president; 'Mrs. I. M. Par- row, recording secretary; Mrs. J. C. Drown, treasurer; Dr. Det'wiler, cor- responding secretary and Mrs. Cory. Mrs. Meads.-lira. J. W. Rutherford, Miss Gibson, Mrs. Latterly, Mrs. M. K. and Mrs. Thomas Taylor, superintendents of departments. The Mission of Help in Western Canada, which is to be condupted'-by eminent bishops and clergy 'of Ithe motherland, will extend from ber .IZth. Mita'al will be held in points throughout the dioceses of Rupert's Land, Calgary, Saskatchewan Kcowatin, Qu'Applle and Moosuuee. Th.e .in Lothbridge.v will be held In' St. Augustin's church dur- ing the week, November 30-17, and will be conducted by Rev. Paul B. Bull, M.A.. one oi" the most eloquent preachers England affords. pic of Letlibridite. He hail been a resident of LiHhbrintte for a ling time at cificrent periods, and had faith in its future, which he would always watch with interest while in the cast. He thanked the assembly for the honor they had done bin: in tendering him a farewell-banquet, and assured them that he would alwavs carry with him the kindliest memor- ies of the years he had spent in Lpth- Many other appropriate toasts were and responded to bv the guests, while the evening vras further brightened by songs and music, mak- ing the banquet one of tbft most suc- cessful affairs of its kind ever held in the city. The function concluded in j the early morning hours, and Mr. Woods was speeded on his journey by the best wishes of everyone present. Mr. Woods is to be married at Mac- r lend this evening at 9.30 o'clock to I Miss Proud. A BIG DOCKET The Hoard ol License Commission- ers wilt meet in this city on Oct. to when they will consider the auplica- S tion of Win. Sadowski for a whole- sale license in -North Lethbridge the application the Blairniore Liquor i Co. for a wholesale license in tho town of Hlairmore the application I of Wis- J. Redmon.l and C. W. I Stearns for a transfer of the license of the Grassy Lake hotel, now stand- ing in Ihe name of Gco. Nelson, and the application of Francis Reiljy and A ley Thompson for" a" transfer to themselves of the license of the Un- ion hotel, Taber, now standing in the name of -John Bastian. Shampoos the Hair without Wetting In every package of Machela, Na- ture's 'Scalp Toaic. which has a rec- ord for growing cases out of is a- packet of Machela Dry Shampoo Powder. Price for complete home treatment, ?KOO. Sold and guar- anteed by Jackson Co. Useful, pretty and smart are 'these improved knit coats For driving or as for a hundred other outdoor will be glad of your Pen-Angle Sweater Coat on windy days and chilly evenings. For though they feel so fleecy to the touch and set so lightly on the body, they arc warmth-giving indeed. Knit by Pen-Angle process, from wools of the choicest; these useful garments possess a smaitncu and not known to the usual knit coat. And they retain ttf ir shapely lines, because they are care- fully shaped to Hi; snug to the figure; That shape stays in them because it "is knit into Pen-Aagle ivay. Your exact physical type is included in the vide range of ______ n ._ Your taste in jtyie and colors hu been carefully consulted. Some store convenient to you will show you these beautiful garments for men, women and children. 77 PENMAMS. LIMITED PARIS CANADA a At hi A STUPENDOUS SALE of SALVAGE STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES BARGAINS! the Skeptical BARGAINS! Off with I the Old Shoes and on with the New By a'most .fortunate of circumstances oui Eastern vu'ie suc- cussl'iil in for u's, siflMit a fraction of their real wortli, an iimuciisr Mock oi Hoots ami -Shoos, that have been slightly' damaged by the actual boiim in most instances scarcely perceptible. In some eases the .a .trit'Je discolored, in others piM, a pail oi ihe pull on tab is burnt, while in no instance is the damage in.any way sufficient to eithei the np- pearance orAvearing qnaiit.ies.or the shoes. t _ Iii .putting on "this sale we ar.e presenting :.'ii! iinproceduniicd oppoitunity to the ciItems ot Letlibrj'dge aiid district to participate in the Greatest Shoe Hale ever held in I his c to Jit out'the whole family from moth.or and father down to the little ones ol three months old and upward with boots of sterling worth and correct styles at hut a fiaction ol regular price-. Space-will not permit, ol' detailed description of all the genuine awaiting your critical inspection and.acceptance. We cordially invite you to visit out stoic tomouow. (Thurs- the opening day of the sale, or any of the next Ten' Days while this lenunkable siile is in progress. Read ;thcse few particulars and act iiuickly. for like all genuine sales the best bargains arc sure to be picked up by early shoppers. The "Manhattan" Shoe for patent kid top, welted, the latest Ebape, ?5.00. ftp GC Sale price.fper pair The "Manhattan" Shoe for Men in gun metal blucher style with kid top, a high grade shoe for every wtar. Regular, value ff O QC Sate price per pair This_--lin5J also iii TgUn_. The "Imperial" Shoe for Men in: .velour, blucber style with fiae kid top aitd awinff toe, welted: Regular value, Sale per paii Men's "Miners" Boots, nail- ed and guaranteed eolid leather 1 soles and counters. Sale price iicrjiair 52.45 Boys' Box Calf splendid shoe for school wear. Sizes 1 to 5; regular value Sale price ,QC Per pnir........... I 'Tan 'Prospectors Boot; 10 inches high, waterproof soles Just the shoe for tramping across the prairie CtJ Sale price pn pan Men's Box ft sboL' for every Sale price pair 52.45 Men's Grey i.CirwaB Regular value. Sale-price per pair WWW Little Gents' Black Vicl Boots with spring heel. "The Classic" make. Regular value Sale price pair Boys' Tan Blucher, sewn solea Sizes 7 to fea'eCi price, per, pan W I Men s t.trong Workjhg Boots u nil leather shoe Sale an nil leather shoe. 7R LADIES, OPEN WIDE YOUR EYES, FOR HERE IS SOMETHING WORTH READING LADIES' KID PUMPS For evening wear, n'ith .Cuban heel, beaded or- naments, turned sole. Sizes to Reg- ular value 54.50 Sale price Per pan- LADIES' ONE-STRAP KID PUMP3 With Cnlinii heel and corded silk A dressy shoe for the lady, of taste. to 7. rcg. value 54.50, Sale price..... LADIES' GLACE KID HOUSE SLIPPERS Good strong leather sole. "Old country all sizes; Sale Price LADIES' BOX CAU- SOLID LEATHER BOOTS With sewn sole.; a good shoe for_fall wear. Regular value ?2.50. Sale price per pair THE "AMHERST" SHOE FOR WOMEN in blucher style, solid all through. nlar value, Sale Price 4 "Jg: Per pair.....................' 9 I I 3 Slippen Girl's Tan Slipper, with spring heel; Just the shoe _- f Sor in or outdoor wear.. Sizes ;l to 10. Sale price per pair SHOES IN BLACK AND TAN, LACE AND BUTTON included m these are such well known makes as "Si 1-Kid" and Regular values ?o, and SG.OO. CHILDREN'S CAS1NS Soft and pliable in rod, brown and white. Sale price per pair GIRLS' VICI BUTTON sprl-ng heel and Hewn sole. 85c to Sale price per pair GIRLS' TAN AND BLACK VICI Shoes with sewu soles. Sixes. 75c to Sale price per pair GIRLS' GUN METAL SLIPPERS NVilli uatBiu bow anil facings; spring .lied.. .S'izcs I to 12.. ulnr values S1.50, S2.CO.-j Saki Price'per pitir CHILDREN'S HIGH CUT KID Boot, the celebrated'Packard make Regular" price per puir W- .CHILDREN'S BLACK. V1CC Hoot, with spring: lieete; Slip" Solon. Sizes 3 to 7. HOB- ular values 'Sale price per pair ,IwV CHILDREN'S REAL HORSE- HIPE. MOCASSINS siioe for 3Sc A -splenditf "creeping' baby. Sale price, per pair SALE GOODS ARE FOR CASH ONLY, AND CANNOT BE EXCHANGED HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY ;