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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlie Lethkridge Daily Herald, Monday, September This is a Rust-Proof Oven You can scrub the oven of a McClary's Sask-A-lta' Steel it can't be harmed with soap aiid water. It is made of McClary nickel-steel, the best material for oven linings known to the range-making craft. Mbistare, from any cause; never affects It resists all rust and can be always kept clean, sweet .and samtary._ This exclusive McClary feature is but one of many points-of superiority. When you see a Steel Range SMILE Smile a smile, While you smile; Another smiles. And soon there's miles and miles Of smiles. And life's worth while If you but smile THOMPSON. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. A. Wright of Medicine Hat of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. you will readily agree that it has every good point that you ought to have at your service for real -work7 month in, and .month out. Before you order a new range', go to 1 the nearest McClary agent and ask him to show you -why a Sask-Alta excels from your point of view. Write for a. Sask-Alta tells all about it. Address the. nearest branch s the guest Wright. Mrs. B. L. Cope (nee Miss.Switzer) will receive for the first time since her Wednesday afternoon at her home, 1223 Ccurtland street. J. A. Lindsay, of Portage la Prairie, who was visiting Mrs. Glanrille for a few days, has gone to Calgary Herald. Miss Margaret M. Fraser is expected home this evening from her vacation trip, and will resume her piano classes at once. The engagement has been announc- ed Miss Nora Durie G-wynne, elder daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gwyane, Dunbar Road, Toronto, to Edward Pope, Vernon, British -bia, son of Joseph Pope, C.M.G., T.S.O. Ottawa. Mrs. A. L. Sifton is shopping in "Svuttnipof. selecting furnishings for har aew home in. Edmonton which the Premier purchased. aouse eurrounded by beautiful grounds, n formerly home of Mr. Driscoll, well knoira of Edmonton. Mrs. A. Southard invited a dozen girls in at the tea hour Saturday to meet -Banna, of Brantford, .Ont., who will' spend the winter with Her. Asters. peas of all hues brightened the rooms, where a pleas- ant hour -was.spent chatting with the hostess and her sweet honor guest. D. J.' Whitney "and Mrs. Whitney returned "on Saturday from a 'trip of several -weeks to Kingston, Ont.. the Thousand Islands and other eastern points. It was.the first time Mr. Whit- iiey had been east years.' Ontario, he for says. twenty-one has had a splendid.crop this season and is look- ing and feeling fine. Mrs. Alexander Primrose, Taber, Announce the engage- ment'of-their'third daughter, Isabella Margaret, to Mr. "Harold A. Brown, Worcestershire, England. The bride is a niece of Sir John Ure Primrose, who was Lord Provost of Glasgow, Scotland, ,in 1904-5- The marriage will take place early ..in October. Toronto, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. Join, IT.B., '-Hanxsltoa, Ctlgary Sale fey Staffopi-Spew Co., ietlibiilge.. NEW GEOCERY Carrying a Full Line :-of Groceries, Teas, Coffees, Fruits and Tobaccos THE SUE CHANG CO. JGEFONG (Manager) Baroness Ar- lington Hotel MARKETS LONDON LIVE. STOCK. .London, Sept. hundred United States and 759 'Canadian cat- tie fetched 14 3-4 "and 12, 13 cents per pound. 700 head'United States held over. WINNIPEG.WHEAT FOUL 'ERICH GIRL (Continued from front Winnipeg, opened .5-8, closed Nov. closed 98 1-2: Dec. closed 98 1-8, .May opened 103 l-s. closed 102 7-S. -Cash closed 1 JCor. 160 1-2, 2 Nor. 136 3-4: 3 Nor. U3 3-4: i1 white oats, 35 1-4; flax, 2.48. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES St. Cyprian's Parish Auxiliary will meet Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock Mrs. -McMillen, corner of London Road and Crabb street. Thursday afternoon at 3.30 the wo- men, of Augusdn's congregation meet to-consider the -work of the Guilds i'or .the coining season. The Junior W. A. of St. Augustin's missionary seeing class for meet Friday "afternoon in the Parish Hall at four o'clock. A meeting to- discuss the re-organ- ization of .St. Augiistin's Young Peo- ples' Association will be held in the ARRANGEMENTS FOR TAG DAY Procession Route and Church Services Are Arranged At -a meeting of the Tag Day delegates vesterdav tbe following ,1 route was' decided' on for the parade Parrsl1 Hal1 evening; at on. Sunday next: j o'clock. Meet- at Oddfellows Hall, at 6 p.m. T along Round to Baroness, Baroness t0 This evening the Bpworth League Smith tO'Redpath, Redpath to church'-will take for its minster, Westminster to Courtland subject and papers hare OSurtland to ..Burdett, Burdett to-been prepared and. will be read by BuSeric, Dufierm to Round, Round to i Miss Milner, Mr. Redpat'h, Redpath- to-Wesley church -iBensen. the diEerent .'societies will branch off to the churches allotted to The'Carnation'1 Chandler and Mr. issued in- of England and the Woodmen of' for of dancing par- of England and the Woodmen of World, -who will leave the Will still leave us in the same position- LEADERS IN OURfc PARTICULAR LINE OF Our store will be in the ;same .place, and it, is crowded with our fall shipments wtich are arriving almost daily. Tnere is a goodly "i range ot quality and it is an easy thing to select the WEDDING PRESENTS: from our large stock of Fine Q tilass, Brassware, Jardinieres Glassware, etcY nav inner Ware, Kirkli am The Exclusive Crockery Store isitors COLERIDGE MAN WAS INJURED ept. L-. F. JS'ewa.11, Mr. -Attdrew New-all, of which will be held during the LIVERPOOL LIVE STOCK the exhibition grounds decided to Rogers into an empty house just across lr. and Mrs. Hararave returned to} the Coleridge on Thursday af-i ter spending a couple of weeks with j ineiids at. Maple Creek. Mr. Har-! grave visited Gros Ventre on Friday i in search of land. He has now gone' to Kalispel, Montana, to inspect the Homestead lands in that vicinitv. heavily on. the afternoon of resolved itself into a snow storm at a-late hour that night and Saturday morning over an inch of snow had fallen. As a result of inclemency threshing operations aad to -be suspended, sevemt-occur- rences of a similar nature en place in this district lately to consideration, -the. district may. be behind a few ibu-t ahead great- many, if a total .estimate were .made of the yield. At all events the fann- ers are not so 'badly pleased, after all. PERMITS TO iUILD iteraJd readers ac this point read with interest the occasional showings in the way of threshing-" rettirris and other agricultural items which appear in its columns. In this .respect your correspondent is .pleased' to state" the W. J. residence, Maoduff street, F. W. Ktmst, H. B.. International McLAUGHLIN-SUICKS SCORE ANOTHER SUCCESS cup of milk to which a beaten egg has been added; turn this over the baking dish and sprinkle with one half a cup grated cheese. Put in the oven for 15 minutes longer. BUSINESS MEN WILL MEET AGAIN TONIGHT be a meeting- of all There will Business men tonight, at x p. m., in News omce building, (Monday.) tfurctett St., for further considera- tion oi" and getting report? irorr. committees on progress made regard- ins removal of c, P. R. trainmen. All Business mtr. Clean up the Automobile Races Record j Hyde Saunders, the local agents j aave received the following telegram] rrom Winnipeg; 1 "The folJowing is the result of au-j tomobile races heW here today. Mfc-i rtel ten, second in A. and B. classes- I Model flvejirst in class C. ten mi'es' in oievsn seconds! i'ower ana Mousey criving Model 16" i won mile Dunlop trophy race in! twenty-tive minutes, nineteen seconds I aereattng National Kissel, two' Knox, and Kord, lapping Knox, missel six cylinder others fourj times, same drivers with same mo-; iicl sixteen lowered Canadian mile re- j cord from one mimue sccon-Js' lo firty-ntne and one-tifth seconds. I ureiit day for licLnughlin ftirs. The fire box is the life of your range, the oven its heart organ quire "as important in a good stove human being-. Rather a far-fetched comparison, you -think? Nor at .If the fire bos: in your range is too large for -tihe-ovftn, it means an extravagant waste of the fuel is'ex- pensive. On the other hand, If the fire box Is too ficiency is the result. Xow, the fire box in each size of the is scientifically proportioned to the size of the Is so In each variety of the-range, Ko other atove manufacturers seem to have realized the vital importance ot this feature. We where you benefit, if is a. "Happy- Thought" A book will be sent you free of charge if vou will'just send us a post card. Wm. Buck Stove Ltd., Brentford. GEOKGE II. LING AGENT FOR LETHBRlDtil, ;