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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta The MacdonaM Stock Sale Since opening out on Me, first day of August we liave sold fifty per cent, more yhan w.as expected, consequently our sale has-been pre-emmently we want to do more. We want buying centre for Dry Cl-oods at Imvest cash prifces. stock is now fast ap- proaching coinplofconeKfefc and the'values are excellent. the many thoiisajitlstofycfollars of stock lipught every article has been and discounts taken. -Our ex- penses are small and'weigrve you the benefit. A brand new.'stocklof Ladie.s' Coats and Costumes, just opened. See ,1 t An cnjoyahle time was upeni, in soc- 'iul jniUjrL'oiii'jie anil un impromptu wits -A ami liaip due 1 .Messrs. Wheeloy, was vvull'Tflmvdd...... Mr. Clarke in Use course of an ad- dress. SIIOKU of the homelike feeling which prevailed in the chvireh, and stilted that he fell as if he at home. The ladies provider! an elab- orate spread of daiiilics. The social concluded the sTns- ing'oi "lilcst be'thc Tie thai, Hinds." o! Medicine Iliil, is I visiting Mrs. A. Moore, Cilyn St., an old Ontario acquaintance. I The communion class of St. And- rew's will meet at 8 o'clock on Wednesday evening, at, the church. Mrs. (Dr Gnllivan ;uid children, returned today from ;t trip to King- ston and other eastern points. night of October 31st for the anil not only hut bring your frieuds. -'.'Tlieiii should be no rea- son' should not he 'a huge jlntincltill.v and every, other way, as nu cnjoyahle lime is assured all who attencir BAND SCRAP IN Knox church was the scene of an ultrn-fashionnbln aiilumn wedding at nine o'clock last evening, when the nuptials were celebrated of Oertriule liehecca, only daughter of William Staltord, 'to llenjamin Russell, third ion of -Justice and Mrs. Ilusscll, Hal- lax, Nova Scotia. The ceremony I was performed by (he Rev. A. M. Council Supports Majority of Cline in Cha ge At the qity Council jirectlng tills afternoon, the city band matter canw ill) for discussion again. For two months overy session of the City Council 'UU3 teen marked by lllsciMsion of city band mat- ttah jMuiunncu uv i lie KCV. A M i J The" floral Urcnratlons were llila carried out in fffeU- ha. resolved Itself a BOTP RYLANDS Christian Knricavor Society of ceremony. JMt. .Amlrtw's church will mwl this' [evening, when the topic, "Tlu; intlii- lict: will bu Uikni by Mr. ercv llartlcv. At the appointed hour, the liride, who was given away by her father, William Stafford, entered the church to the .sUain-s of Lohengrin's wedding j march, played h'y airs. (i. K. Firming (who also played softly throughout the bctu-eon factions, and in 'the mtean- tmie tire city ha-j .suffered, The eommlttt'a therefore asked Hint the rnll authority over the band -ire given to so that steps might taken to the city llCR'.! ory duclicssc .satin adorned in iiati style, wilii silk lace The long Irain in square design Vas daintily Tim country home of .lolm A. wilii sntin rosettes, Tlicliand dig WHS tliu scene of hirlhiinv jiarly icrabroidered'veil.' artislically arrang- j a liauci worth ihe money expended liy The fair' yomid bfiilc was radiantly t I'10 A rcsolntion was papieil in her exquisite sh'ing (llc ____ i _.. THE STANDARD AND FAVORITE BRAND. yesterday in honor of Miss Diamond. fell from coronet oransi Miss Diamond was ihe recipient nt srmis to the" eiiil of Hie trail" ity. Frank Cline, one of toe best band leaders in the West. was brouciit here to fill the position, for It wai f-'lt that he could bring harmony out of ehaos. ;e bios- i .4ftM. Arrival', for. rensai. number of beautiful gifts, one nf ornament was a pearl and peri- j 'to WIML-II was a ring troin Mr. Kdwafil dot neelilace. NIC gift, of the groom, -Mr. llarpor had .been dli- shower I and refused to support the A most enjoyable lin.v was spent by the guests who joined in wishing Mis.-; Diamond a long and happy Ufa. Reiidwiee PhcJne The making of friends, who are rea friends, is the best token we have ol n man's success in Mrs. J. L week's White has returned from It Calgary. Miss Helen Mcwhiirn has gone to {Edmonton, where she will be the guest of Miss Jessie Belcher. Miss Lottie Ernest street, lias accepted a position in the office Freeman--'and Macleod. V The young ladies' class in physical r.ulturc will meet with Miss Edith Jones at the -Y? M. C. A. tomorrow, [Wednesday) afternoon at four o'clock lor the first regular lesson of the sea- Eon. If Mr. and Mrs.. J B Pouter retiirn- I -iWrs. F K. Miss Violet, jj'Miistftr Frederick and Master Karl, this morning on a month's visit I with friends in Calgary and Dids- burv i i Mrs. A. C. Robertson, of Calgary, land Miss Amy of Winni- peg, arc spending a few days with I Mrs. Henry Galbniith, Mth street south. The '.Opworlh League of Wesley church met last evening with a good and she carried an immense oi cream roses and lily of the valley.) of Messrs. Houk and Ectartorni The Misses Tabor esses oi a very I'eliglilful affair last Her bridesmaid was Miss .Jessie Macbeth, gracefully attired in a hand- some gown of yellow chiffon, mount- were the host- cd on pink silk. She wore a black picture hat faced pink. evening, in couutesy lo Mias Lucy 'groom's rcrncnilirnnce, Way, who leaves this wcclt for Sas- peridot brooch, was won 'I'he bride- pearl and in bringing Mr. CMn'a here. Then the majority of the committee 'Mr. Harrier written notice" of "dismissal, this also was unsigned' by Mr.' Hobiason. The Citizens' Ban'd Ui- stniraent-j demanded in tlw let- ter the dismissal and demand for ers were carried. katooti, where she will reside in fut- ure. An exceedingly pleasant time was spent in games. 'Miss Gladys I R. Kray.ee, manager of the Royal Tabor rendered a much appreciated. Bank at Craik, Sask., was grooms- sqlo, Miss Qiicpnic Tabor acting as man, receiving a mcersuhaum pipe, ami pink j instruments were carnations caught wilh chiffon stream the 'apt meeting of accompanist'. A delicious nicn was served at the and the 'ushers, E. (J. McKenzie and E. T- .Stafford, were the recipients ol pearl stick pins. During the signing Cj. K. Fleming sang Sweet, Oh Holy." The Mendelssohn wedding march pealed forth at the bridal party left the sacred edifice. After the ccre- At council 'both sides were asked to put in a report. This WB3 done today, and both'sHai claimed to be In the matter. Aid. Sajte Ritbraltted a motion that tli'a action of the'band committee be Aid. ABhcroft. mewed an amendment that the report of the city band com- mittee .be adopted, and that Mr. Har- per be asked to'return all Instru- ments belonging'to the city be turn- ed over to. the .'committee. The amendment carrtod. Aid. Sag? voting againBt.lt.. The band committee is, -'therefore, now in a position to' proceed along proporl lines, and it is, more than like- ly thai Mr. Clime will put in clmrgeiof the band. The of Ward sre especially requested -to'.be present at the Liberal smoUing concert to ricld tompncu At 7 30 the electors iskcd 10 congregate at the Mind s Hall at 8''JO there will be another meeting it RdJJng'i Hall. A.' Buchariaii' will address loth and good meettngi ate anticipation of the register "Ob Fair, Oh monv, a reception was held at the home or Mrs. William Stafford, West- ed ynsterdav f from the jattendance, A. Cascadcn occupying coast. Mrs Peutfir back j the chair. Interesting and instruct- greatly improved j've papers'on "Opportunity" were read by Miss Podger, Miss Waterman Miss Bessie PattBfoa mil be the Mr- Gibbons, hostess, on. Wednesday e'enmg, of an informal littfle eiicllre Just a few invitations iliave been guen out. i The memjjc; The engagement is announced of Re- jginald Gordon Taiti, of Summerland, B. 0., sou of Sir Melbourne and Lady 'S the of Montreal, to ftV.ss Kathleen work club will notified m the near j Harrison, only daughter of Mr. and Uure of UK, inggujar meetings which iH he shortly Miss We is a charming guest ft i Hi Mrs H jBentley leases tomor- foi Oi nhcre she will Mrs. Frank Harrison, of Kalcden C. The marriage has been arrange' and will take place shortly. The first woman who ever criteret iiiploriwtic service of any country small tables. Those bidden were Mrs. Duiilop, .the Misses Lucy, Clara and IClhel Way and Messrs. Dunlop, Mclliyea, Virtue, Me Alpine, Morris and Dr. The adjourned meeting nf the Relief Society Vas held at ,thc--N'ursing Mis- sion yesterday nfleniobn. The ladies have decided for various reasons not minster Koad, about thirty guests lie- to open the tea room just at present. inS in attendance. Stately palms The society asks thr public generally quantities of fragrant lo-SKnd in clothing of all kinds, but Mvccti Peas beautified the pretty draw- especially underwear, for distribution as it is much needed. Please do not read ill's appeal and then immediate- ly forget it, but kindly look up what you have to send and attend to it at pncn, as tin; work of the society will be handicapped withoug your a'ssist- ancc. Report of district and relief work done from .Julv 10 to Ane. 31, Iflll: gucwt short time Mrs. Dinning, retarinng to the a little ter PQN'T BE "DECOYED" INTO BUYllNG SOME CHEAP GUN OR SPORTING GOODS, OR HARDWARE. JNSTEAD. COME TO THE THAT IS KNOWN TO CARRY THE BEST. s WE TAKE PLEASURE IN SHOWINQJ OVR GOODS TO THOSE WHO COME IN. WE STAND BEHIND EVERYTHING Wfc SELL. WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT? in thu would, is Miss Clotildc Litisi who has been appointed liy the presi- dent of Uruguay, as an attache o! the Uruguayan legation at Brussels, Belgium. Miss Luisi recently receiv- ed a university degree of doctor of laws. Staff or d-Affnew Co. "If you live out of town, write Mrs. H. Bcntley received yesterday for the first time this season, Miss West, of Toronto, receiving with her. Quantities of sweet peas, of many colors, beautified ami lent their sweet fragrance to the drawing and dining rooms. Miss Lottice Bentley, the Daughter of the house, assisted in the. dining room The Ladies' Aid of the Firs h; Baptist church will meet at the horn, of Mrs. fioiilf, 635 Glyn street, Oi A'ednesday afternoon from three H'e, when the meeting will take orm of a party. _. Mrs. Jniifes Asheroft cnWtnlnci ast evening compninentary, to" Mus, nwrijflit and her daughter, ;Miss lary Glcnwright, of Winnipeg. Swoe 'Jnd carnations lent their lovcli- ess to the drawing rooms, and pod o Tfis in play at. four tables. v- Mrs. Peter and Mr. Me- .ran captured the pretty favors Miss Harrison and Mr. Van Home received the consolation During the evening a lunch table goodies was at the .card tatiic.s. The attractive in a be- coming black sill: gown. Mrs. Gjnrt- wright wore elaborate black 'silk, trimmed with jet. AVss Glenwriglit was'girliKh and pretty in a cowl? lace dress, Professional visits IfiO, iuvestifiation and relief, '10, jntal 200. NuiiTher of minor opecaiinns attended, 9; night calls, 9; all night duly, 3; births, 5. Wu graU'fully the fol- lowing donations: Clothing, Mes- oames Robinson, Anderson, A rm- strong and Mends. Bedding, Mes- dames Southard, Sliarman, Nedham, Maxell and Oil nloth and table cloth, Mrs. .owman. Towels, Mrs. Literature, Mrs. Dpoley. Fruit anil vegetables, Kerr a.nd Co., Mrs. Fred King and Mrs, Bosclcy. Flowers, Tcfrill Floral Co. and Mr. .Fife. .Johnston. Flour, Ellison Milling Co. One of clothing and bedding has been sent to New Dayton. Groceries and clothing given to two fam lies. Fimvers taken to eight pa- Jents. inc; rooms. Carnations 'sent their rich glow over the dining room where a linnet supper was served. The charmingly appointed table was cen- tred by the wedding cake, refiling on billows of pink chifTon, and individual bouquets of lily of the valley com- pleted the decoration scheme. Mr. and Mrs. Russell left on xthe midnight express, amid liberal show-' ers of confetti, for their future home Russell's gojhe; away gown was n very-becoming brown tailore suit, trimmed with buttons, brai and velvet collar, 'with blouse cream "voile, Xario'rh'eri with' silk lace She wore a pretty toque of browi )anne with old. gold .ham the: crown, and plaited'browi satin how placed at-ihc side. A hand, some heaver furs, with shawl bolster miiff, the gif of her father, completed her costume Her father also gave her a number1 o city lots as a bridal gift. The array of wedding gifts testified to the es- teem in which the couple arc held a Among the oilt-pMown guests were: ,_JMr. and Mrs1.'" Kclley, Spring Coulee; Mr. Del.ong, Calgary; >Uavid: Stafford, Phoenix, B. rind Mr. Frazec, A furewell social was held at the 'ifth avefiue Haptist church, :North .ctlibridge, In.st- evening in Mr. Cliirko, who is returning'To tlustci varlj' this wvA Tiir society decided to hpld a char- ty ball on Hallowe'en night, Oct. 31 n flic. K. of P. hall. In carrying on lie excellent work of the society, unds aro consunif.ly needed, and thr ladies hope that you will reserve the, Sask.- Traffic- has once more hewi resumed on Westminster Head, north, but jet the road is rough and badly need of better grading. New Friends Every Day Grocers tell us Blue Ribbon Tea makes new friends overy day. Customers who bought other tea before now nek for Hlno Ribbon. They hoar from iids bow good it ia and decide to (ry It. And tn any case IT it Is not, found fully untisfactorj- packet can Irt rcturnfid and the money refunded. Hudson's Bay BLANKETS The blanket with areputation East or west, and as far north as human life exists, there sure enough will you find the Hudson-'s Bay Blanket The outcome ol yoai-<