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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Putt? aeridd, September 19. "UNO" A Strong Point in a McClary's Sask-Alta Steel lift, top and-broiler opening, adj pull at an Alaska cold handle. for receiving your broiler or fuel.. Better, all smoke and chimney and out of the kitchen. so the top.remains down, leaving front end "when desired; A SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. T, 6. O'Hagan will be at home tomorrow afternoon at 410 Ernest street Mrs. Horace Ford and children re- turned Saturday from a visit -with Mrs. Ford's parent's. Aid. and Kalliday of Calgary. Please don't think 1 was misinform- ed Saturday in an act-ouat of a: tea chronicled. It was only one of those little mistakes made by one of our compositors that an article ri- diculous and unpleasant. the editor feel rather ______f Bowla'nd, Mldlothan, Scotland, Sept. wedding of Dr. -John Mac- associate professor of phys'cs at tSe -University of Toronto, and Miss Elsie .Munioe Ramsay, took place here oh "Saturday. The ceremony was per-1. formed by Rev. Munroe Gibson, well wlA Steel Range has etery improvement that a first clai It is constructed on practical ideas do- bolt. It is made for service and it gives it sands tpf users who are more than satisfied. "McClaiy 'agent will show you why; and :that it combines economy in long life and -bills; -.Address-the nearest McClary branch for booklet Mrs. R. Parker and children, who who have been visiting Mrs. Parker's mother, Mrs. Beck, in Lethbridge, passed through the city on their Tray to Fort Her- ald. j Mr. and'Mrs. David Nintmons, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. -Rob- ert Nimmons and Mr. and and Mrs. Adam Link for some time, returned to their home in Winnipeg Saturday af- ternoon. j Mr. Wrigley of Calgary has reserv- ed twenty seats for Lethbridge people for the Meiba concert and has sent the tickets to Andrew Tilley. They are choice seats and as the number "is so" small you -will do well to secure yours delay. .Mr. and Mrs. John B. Persse have issued invitations for the marriage of their da.ugh.ter, Marjorie Thome, to Harold Bean Gooderham, which CASH REGISTER ON RIVER BOTTOM The cash register stolen a couple of to'dcWs "ago 'from Kandv Kitchen, the building, was recovered ahe "city police on Sat- 1 I tirday -aftsernoon. Walter Whitney and "Sebi-ge" iPetronfa went to the police station informed the chief that thc.latrter -had found the register in a sack oh .tiie river, bottom and had brought -if up town" on a load of coal j ,faergt. SfUiker cbassqiiently fetched it from Petrorua's house on Ford St The machine, "it is, evident, had "been placed 'where -found, since the last known. Presbyterian sinister who is a cousin'of bride, assisted by.Rev. Wilson, uncle of the groom. The brides father, William Ramsay, is 'director and one of the largest share- holders of the Imperial Bank of Can- a few s oung -lads whom he -had sus along of the "theft, that im less the register and some othej ar-l 'tides that haS heen reported mfesingi were -soon, forthcoming, there -wou'dJ be trouble. The "finding" of the1 register upon the ho'ttom is a result. inFi v-_ FUNERAL OF LATEMES. EDEY Large Assemblage of Peo pie Attended Service at Kiiox Church lire UL wit; mie ints. 'JOiin Etiey; took place yesterday afternoon.; js; getting Ms information -and if he 'tMnts the evi deuce warrants It, will lately proceed against the bbvs' Barents. IViARKETS WINNI.PEG MARKETS Winnipeg, wheat op ened 98 7-8, and closed 98 7-8- Nbv closed '98 3-4; Dec opened 97 "and closed 37 Hay opened 101 7-g .The funeral t-he late Mrs. John j and closed 102 7-S. Cath closed -No. 1. nor. 99 1-4; NO. a -perfect autumn Sunday afternoon, .fair and calm. "Since her childhood Evelyn. McKay had lived in Leth- Every old-timer knew her to of .and scores .of people lately came 'LethforKige also knew the family, which she-' was. -the centre, and the at. tendance at -the funeral was large. Many of her friends who had known 2 nor. 97 3-4r No. 3 95 3-4- pats, 34 1-4. Flax, 240. WAUL STREET STOCKS New ..York, Sept. Wall street-- Prices of stocks started downward with the opening of the market, Deal- ings "were meagre and the loses Co., ieiiriiigg HARVEST AT The annual Harvest -Home services held at Westminster church yes- terday, Rev. R; E. Pinlay, of Pinch- er Creek, preaching at both services.. The church inost_ de- corafed, jpr... j walls bunches of grains of different kinds., vegetables; etc., were tastefully, .arranged., w.hile tables across the entire, building were laden Both services, were well attended. In the morning Mr: Finlay took for his subject Christian -.Service" hold- -ing up before the -audience -the strength and -beauty of purpose of-, life. In :-the. evening the discourse was based on the words, "To Whom can we gol.Thou hast'the words of Eternal and was an exposition of the fact- that Christ is our Saviour, Master, and that H-e reveals to us God and im- mortality. This evening i a..Harvest Home iiiiictj uii TV wiiiiesriay, a, at a quarter past three, in Holy Tr-iBity Tribune. A quiet wedding took place in the -rr si -.v "O t- v ciy .TV. CniirCiL on morning, the contracting parties be- ing. Miss Stafford of the Little Bow, and Wallace Wright of Champion. The Rev. Father Beausoliel tied the nup- tial knot. The bride was assisted by her sister, and the groom's brother did a Mrs. her longest attended the brief, pri- j smalt American sugar fell'2 her Island, Union.-Pacific and Unit- vat-e service beld at house', on- Ford street. service for right. "111. reside on Mr. and his 1 ami textamment will, .be given -in the _ hear the Bow Stavely Standard A London despatch says': Queen Alexandra, who has hitherto seeming- ly been quite unable to tear herselr away from Great Britain, has finally decided to go to Copenhagen for. a brief visit. Princess Victoria, whose health still causes anxiety, will not accompany her mother. The Prince of -Wales and' 'Prince, Albert wer t-be-Lad- ies' to which, no admission fee will be charged. Mr. -will give an address and a musical programme will -be rendered. with luscious fruits and fine samples oi vegetables., Plants :and' cut flowers put 'on the finishing touches to w many. stated the most appropriately thrpo CT'CJ, cic witt decorated .building they had. ever seen. 'Wood. 613 Cuibjil t et.- church will meet Thursday af- !i Suits Them Afl OJd and young delight in the rich- ness and delicious- ness of CQWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA. Cowan Co. limited, TORONTO. 138 otthe Hitof tlie Season to "work. Both left London yesterdaV. The Prince of Wales went -to Daft- mouth and Prince Albert to, Osborne Saturday seemed made to order for c the members of .the. Tennis Club and after the 'discontinuance of the week- ly tea for a while, the tea Saturday afternoon, was heralded with joy. An unusually, large number used the courts from early afternoon and a :he tea ho.ur several of the member not playing dropped into the olii house .for a chat and a cup of te. with the hostesses for the Mrs Tinning and Mrs. Reeve. w At the marriage of Miss Claire Oli ver, daughter of Hon. Frank Oliver Minister of the "Interior, and Mrs. Oli ver, to Mr. Allen Keefer, which takes place in SL Andrew's church, Ottawa at half-past two o'clock on Wednes day, September 21, the bride will be attended by Mrs. Frank Ahearn as matron of honor. The bridesmaids will be Miss Anna Oliver and Miss Rossie Cradwick. Mr. Tom Keefer will be best man, the ushers Mr. John Thompson, Mr. Herbert Chambers. Mr. Pat Edwards, Mr. D, J. McDo.ugal and Mr. Sam McDougal. attended the public ser- vice, held .in Kaox church, and after- wards followed the mourners to the cemetery .where the body was laid to rest-' Rev. A. M. Gordon officiated at services and performed the lust' rites as. the coffin was lowered into the. grave. The large church three-quarters filled and between thirty and forty carriages followed the hearse. "Many beautiful flowers were sent as tokens-'qf-sympathy and regret. Mrs. K. "A." Moore sen t' a sprayT Dr. arid Mrs.. Mewfenrn, a wreath, Miss Berta Sage, spray; Mrs. William Stafford, spray, Mr. Hugh Scott, spray, Mrs..- and Mrs. M. Thomas, Mrs; -John Living- stone, spray, MX. and Mrs. J.. W Stafford, Senator -and Mrs peveber, Kirkham and Alice ed States Steel, Amalgamated Cop- per. American Smelting. At Southern. Pacific and National ___-_- Mexico second prefer re-rf large fractions. St. Paul rose 5-S and then Yield, 1119. The Fire-Box is the Life a life "Ovea is Its Heart Don't.you 'think "they: should be proportioned in one to We do, and have7 made a different sized fire-box'-for each'.different I-f the fire-box -is- too large' for the oven, the result is a waste of is "too small, inefficiency. You will find' this, all-important scientifically; proportioned fire' no other make but the You 'may .'rest that your pHrchase of this stove will, any size of fire-box scientifically proportioned to die size of the .oven. There- in lies the secret of'your coblcing success and satisfac-. stion. Write for 'the -free book that tells you about it Stove Ltd., .Brantfar'd. GLASGOW MARKETS Ow, Sept. Watson Br. dfe Van's French Female Pills A reliable regulator; never fails. While these pills are exceedingly pow- erful In regulating the generative por- tion of the female system, they are strictly safe to use. 'Refuse" all cheap imitations.1. Dr. de Van's are sold at GEQItGiEjE. LJGNFG AGENT FOR and Mitchie 'report 234' carCtfe on "offer as follows.-. Top'steers it cents; 'sec- trade similar to 'anil 'prices ondary 14 to 14-1-3 cents..-, 12 -1-3 to 13'cents -per, pounE.'. BIRKENHEAD LIVE STOCK trong sprar, Dr. Mrfc McClure, wreath CLUBS AND SOCIETIES This evening the congregation of Westminster church will continue their Harvest Home Festival. A mu- sical and literary programme be held, followed by a sale oi fruit aatf vegetables. i Dainty sewing "aprons, tea aprons, maid's aprons, white lawn ones, ''pis and the good old fashioned ham apron may be found at .tin. and apron sale the ladies of Jey churca' are planning to en ,Vodnesday afternoon in the cii-.b rooms at three o'ci iclc members have made ten aprons'for this sale, so-'go early and your winter supply. wj. Mi. iv JL C-llCil. Ralph and Herbert Stewart, wreath Coaybtare Co. Uniform Rant naughts of Pythias, wreath; Leth-i bridge Lodge No. 2, Knights of Pv-' vrreath, Mr? and Mrs. F. E Mason, and Miss Mason, wreath Mr and Mrs. E. Adams; sprav, Mr and Mrs K. Mven, spray, Mr. acd Mrs. J. spray, the Riplev Bros., wreath, Mr. and Mrs. Kron- spray, Mr. and Mrs. F. Gow The City Police Force wreath, The Post Office Staff, spray' Mr A. J. Boss, cross, Miss D0wsett and Miss Gear, spray, Lethbridge Co., an anchor Mr and Mrs. W. D. L." Hardie, Mrs. whampness and Mrs Nealf spray, Mr. and Mrs. C. Vanhorn" spray, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morris' spray, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Adam', spray, Mrs. Barclay and' Reggie I clay, spray, Father and Mother a heart, the husband, a Masonic wreath with'the word "sweet-heart1' Mr and Mrs. Atcheson, pillow, Mr. and Mrs a Bailed to any address. ,The Scobell Drur Co., St. Catherines. OnL For sale at all-drug stores. Liverpool, Sept Rogers and Co.. ea-ble that-trifle today in the Birfcenhead firm at quotations, m as foUows: States steers from I pointed'.' ArcKbishop of York, cents; CaBadians that 'position until 1509, was-. succeeded br Moss UT! AidlSHOP OF Yp IS DEAD London, .Sept.. 19 Mbs.t HevL Win. Dalvryrnple jVlacLagan'; late Archbishop -of Yorte, died to daw was born in Edinburgh UL 182.6; He 5vas ordaine-cl priest( in 1857, after having served for five years in the In 1891 he -was ap- and he n 12 3-8 to 13 .1-2. -Ranchers.- from- to 12 cents per pound. 1 Gordon Lang: RCY C. 0. Little, cross, Mr. and Mrs. Hueih McKay, anchor. The pall-hearers were W. D L Har die, Jps. Gillespie, S. Jackson, H. Jonnston, H. Scott and L S Riplev. For" many a day'Sirs. Edey will sorely missed, especially bv thopi- tt-hosc lives ivere bound up with hers' They n.ay be sure that friends acquaintances everywhere will" Jong be thinking of them, 'and that many hearts will go out to them in their orrov.'. i Exclusive control for Lethfarldge for the famous "Northway" man tailored garments. The Ladies' Store' Cash Oae Price Tfee Bight Thing, at the Right Time; at" the Right Price Sole Agents for the famous "La Diva" giove-fittlng Corsets. LOCAL BUDGET Hon. W. J. Devitt, of Nelson, B is m the cit.y in the interests of arge land-owners of B C with a Tiew TO interesting some of -the mon- timber and truir progenies. The remains of John Robert Ma-ir j the voung man who died from tv- phoid fever on the fifteenth inst were shippp.1 east last nicht to his old home. Herron's Carle- ton Place. Onr. Decc-ased's mother Mrs. .John llerron, Who arrived from the east oniv on Saturday, accompan- and associate players lifresenting flie great companion of the Plains" A call is made for the young peop'e St. Cypn'iao parish to raee: at flu lurch Wednesday evening at ejgbt -c -..ck and discuss organizing an A.-.-iied them. A funeral service Youns Pete's Association. at 4.30 o'clock yes-rerdav afr-ernoorTln Undertaking parlors, which r V v -j-j was attended by a number of de- T jerased's friends and acquaintances Rev. A. M. Gordon, of Knox church i officiated. 'j K. H. Frssenden. formerly Oi Leth-' bridge, being editor of the" Southern Alberta News, published here about three years ago, and now editor of' ihe Xelson Daily News at Xelson B j C., arrived in the city cm business t last evening, accompanied by 0. U f FINAL RESULTS OF ELECTIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA Pretoria, Sept. fin- ,il position of the parties in rhe South African "elections is: Nationalists, 67: Unionists 27: Laborites, -i; Independents Prices 50c., 75c. and Seats on sale at .Red Cross Makes the Hair Beautiful Ar last a remedy been discover- ed that will positively destroy this pest. That Dandruff is caused by genus is accepted by every sensible person. Dandruff is the root of all hair ev- ils. SALVTA will kill fho dandruff germs and remove Dandruff in ten days, or money back. 50c a bottle-% the .Mbena Drug and Book Co MacMicfcing, formerly manager of" the union Bank of Canada here; and now of Victoria, B. C. Mr. Fcssendeni will return -west tomorrow but Mr t MacMicking will be here two or thre-' days, or until Mrs. MacMickins; who has .been visiting at Walkerville Ont arrives from the east. Cobalt Sept. of ore, last week amounted to pounds or 457 1.3 tons dj. viaing ataons -nine mines. LoR was the biggest shipper with ins-second ancl third mcnts from now rou-l 43. pounds, or tons. SUIT SALE :.50 INCLUDING THE NEATEST STYLES OF THE ENTIRE SEASON AND THE BEST VALUES There's s. splendid variety to choose from comprising some thirty odd handsome new-style garments, and we think they are, without any excep- tion, the finest offerings in like garments have ever had the pleasure ot submitting to our trade. Shown in ladles', small women's and misses' sizes, in a splendid diversity of newest styles. made of pure wool cheviots and diagonal wor- steds. coiors, navy, brown, grey, green, tars and wisteria, splendidly tailored, perfect fitting, all _. of the famous. "Northway" maks THr _JATS ARE SUPERB and FOR'GARMENTS THAT LOOK TWICE THEIR PRICE At these .figures we make special showings of special assortments at special prices, which, ev- eryone 'who has seen and examined them haa pronounced, by far the best values offered in Lethbridge this season. C Made of fancy tweeds, cheviots, I VaUU diagonal worsteds and plain Kersey llllfl cloths, every one of pure wool, thor- oughly tailored and neatiy trim- med. HANDSOME NEW TAILORED WAISTS ito THE GREATEST COLLECTION WE'VE EVER. SHOWN Never before have we had more reason to elab- orate over the excellence of o.ur waist showing, and the various groups of -tailored a'nd lingerie' effects have attracted well-deserved attention. Plain tailored styles of vestings 4 and fine liiisn. a nice assortment of 51 i fancy lingerie effects for those whose taste runs in that direction, tO si! beautifully made and splendid BIG DRESS GOODS SPECIAL TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY' NEWEST BROADCLOTHS AND VENETIAN.' REGULAR S1.75 AND VALUES Most popular suftings in every shade und matchless savings for every the keynote of this sale. Dressiest materials of the season for taiforcd suits, skirts rri -i, 4 and dresses, including finest Venetians and Chiffon Broadcloths in soft silky finish, guaranteed unspotable and thoroughly shrunk Broadcloths are 54 inches wide; Venetians shown :n 43 inches ry width, colors, navy, brown, myrtle, wine, old rose, wis- teria, plain reseda and black Special SI-45 49 C ;