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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL YOUK STOMACH MADE IN CANADA. IS USED BY THE BEST BAKERS, CATERERS AND HOME COOKS, AS WELL AS BY THE LARGE STEAMSHIP AND RAILROAD COM- PANIES, .AND 'PREFERRED TO Atyfv OTHER. E.- CO. LTEX.' TORONTO. We are making a 01 our Cafe Department: during the fall and winter We Excel in. Quality Rochon Bros. SHIELD GIVEN FOR SCHOOLGIRLS among 'the prizes given for, sports. :tomorrow is a handsome challenge presented by A. Wright for 'theufclass, the ivhich make the-greatest num ber.-.'pf points1 It is of Sterling silver oak base, and is .beautifully, .carved arid -engraved. The William Henderson cupsidonated four years ago for drill competition are .being used this year as class prizes. HOTEL ARRIVALS A -Henry .Long Coulee; Brma-Karren.; .Ma-grath; U. Johnson, Vancouver; A, H. Nicol, A. iN. Kennedy, ;Regina; D. j McKay Bemis, Toronto; McNeil, uaigary; J3. E. Vincent, Calgary; J. a: wiidman, Toronto: J. W. -Richard- son, Calgary; W. D. uaigary; j. JVlason, 'Haley; R. S. Alabee, Magrath; 'C. G. McGivan. Ma- gratn; >D. Jenkya, Calgary; ,Mr. and, Mrs. A.V Mac Willie, Detroit: C. 'Jylrs_ L_ .v w ,u. "'Slies Jeah 'Macieod, ot" F. C. Lowes and. Co.. staff, is viBiting at her nome, Arcbia, :Sask., for a'.week or ten served at tea time, then "For She's a Jolly 'Good Fellow" and Auld Lang Syne -were sung. The hosts and host- esses -were .Mr. and Mrs. Andrew, Mrs. Brandow; Misses Currie, Mac Kay, sen, saarman, Ault, E. Sharman, Davy, Boles, 'Nimmons, Bennett, uawson, Addy, Teller, Batt, Gibson, Jackson, Gilroy, McGirk, Hodg- 1ns, McCliire, :Bremner, Mr. -May Mr, Hamilton and Mr. Long. Mrs. thirty A. J. friends Warren Tuesday entertained evening-to Mrs. D-. H. Elton and family and Miss of London Road, left yesterday to spend a week visiting mends a-t Cardston. w Miss Annie Andrews, who has been .visiting Miss Chapman at the E. N. 'iiiginbotbamT. for some weeks, returned to her home in. Fernie yesterday afternoon. Miss Annie Mess'er, who lias been ill with typnoid fever for the "past live week-s, is convalescing nicely and. will >be able to toe' out "again in a few daj's. Miss Messer wishes to thank tne many friends who'iiave been-'so. kind to her during her illness. Airs. L. M.''Johnstone was -the host- ess at a 'brigiht little bridge dinner last evening of eight covers, compli- mentary Jeffry. 'Stocks -and' carnations were used in the tions, wMch were carried out effect- ively in -pink and white. 'Covers wer'e 'laid for-; Mr.-and ..Mrs. Reevey ;Miss Kigfby' Judge Winter; powers and" the 'host and hostess. A number of visitors wended their y yesterday afternoon to the -home Don't waste; your money buying plas- ters when can get a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment, for twenty- five cents. A piece of flannel damp- ened with this liniment is-superior to any plaster for lame back, p_ains in the side ond chest and much cheaper. Sold by all druggists. MARKETS Winnipeg Wheat Winnipeg, Sept. open- ed 1'7 1-2, closed 97; Nov. opened 98 1-4, closed '96 3-S; 'Dec. opened 97'1-2. u..Joynt, i5utte. JMont.; Carpen- ter, Great Falls; J. Arthur... Lamb and Kalispeil; Less.; .RicJiardson uoutts; Geo. C. Crox, Van'oourer; -A. A. Allan, Toronto; J. idarper Pro use and wife, Taber; Alex Noble; J. G. Nelson. Mason City; lo.wa; J. A. Alexander, .Pin'cber Creete. -Win- nipeg; VV. H. Campbell, Montreal; it. McDonald, Toronto; J; P. Ross; uaigary; ;Jf. Dawson, Calgary; J. Kolston, Waikerton; ,T. grata; -w. O. Helem, .-Calfarj-; iJ. ismitn, Toronto.; "H.1 Darling, Cai- A. c. KeminJs. Fincber ureet; Mrs Mitcneiif Pln-cber Creek; Parkes.. JLdoy-ciminsier; Wm... Crippeu. Lloyd- immster; SP. McCartin, urom'ble and wire, H.-Pet- ers. 'Calgarj- D.' Smith. Calgary: T. W. Ruttle, Calgary: -T. G. 'DHL War- ner; j. s-aaw, Seattle, B. En- autte; T. A. H. H.., Blancnard, Toronto; H. L. uowney; Calgary; F. -XL Harris, Cal- gary; -D. 'Balcorske, Winnipeg: J. E. woods, Fincher Creek; W. J. McGivin, Toronto; R. Marshall, M. HUias, Calgary; R. -Grogan, Mrs. Robt. Calgary: W. O. Mitchell, Vancouver; -R. R. Rix, W. B. Pierce, -Cajgary; A. J. McLean., Ta'be'r; J. Hat; J'. C. Ferguson, Butte, Mont. H. .Wooiford, E. j. Wood, D. E. Harris and W..--G. Smith. all 'of Cardstoa; "W.'H. Dobson, Cal- oats 34: Flax 2.25 New York Stocks York, Sept. Pacific and Canadian Pacific rose 1. and Reading, Southern Ry. pfd.. Amalga- mated Copper and Western Union large fractions on the early transac- tions. The majority of stocks show- ed small fractional gains and the deal- ings were on a restricted scale. Bank of England Discount ..London, Sept. of dis- count of the Bank of England was .raised cent, today. Made ui 9S istyles.' If your bedstead h.is aatee on fhc 'cstra.il, you have bousht wisely. For "Ideal" Metal beds arc made to satisfy, not merely to ssJL cannot the cifJcrencc bc- trreen one bed smd except ia csteraals. Nor need if you look for the "Ideal" Guar- antee. It is put on hcds you ccs cafijy bay vrilh cyts shut. wh? bsfors vtyn hnr mother ccnd yoa "Tlia of bat hterestisB. for2ootJttKo... KKJKTREAi. TORONTO Markley, Calgarj'; R. J. Richardson, Milk Mrs. A.- Pearce, Brooks; William Falk, mangay; Frank R. Gordon, Chicago; Thos. J. Donovan. Omaha, Neb.; H. Jones, Calgary; John D. Marsh, Win- nipeg; D. C. .Barns, Taber; E. R. and ffa'ber; J. V. Bennett, MaipJes, Minn. D. K. Richmond, J. Jfieishmann. .Vancouver; "H. R. -Chumock, Great Falls; 0. OL; Eddy, warner: J. T. Johnson and family, JBow Island; A. J. McGuire, Pincher creek; J. Head. Chicago; Wilson Py- per, Strathcona; Mrs.. McClure, Red Ueer; j. J. Johnson and wife, Salmon Arm, B. C.; Wm. Fisher, Stirling; A. J. Glinkle, Stirling. Jos. HowarcJ and 'wife.. Browning, C. Carnshan, Card- ;N.. Ha Lanclefl; M. McPherson, Nelson, B. C.; W. D. Ross: Aionis Da-wson, "Ont.: Harry Camios, Whitla. G. W. Quick; War- ner; Alram. Ont; Ed- gnr Kssese, -Sarnia; L. D. Hawtey. John Hogan, Pincher ureek; Bob Rogers, Pinther Craek. W. Bow Henry -D. Charter, Rosemead; A; Sundial; the home coming ot Mr. and Mrs. T. -AluUnderwoocl, who have 'been spending the "summer in England. The evening rwas spent playing whist and at it's close the honor favors were won Miss Thompson and j. tiiliespie, and gifts 'by Mrs. H. W.'Meech and C. -Sydal. Dur- ing the evening an impromptu music- .a-le The daughters of the home, -Misses Dolores and Lucy >Vera Underwood assisted Warren iu serving the CLUBS AND SOCIETIES .The Don't Worry Olub held the sec- ond of their .'Winter series of dancing parties in. .the "Caledonian hall last evening. Gay streamers ot hunting. Japanese .lanterns, carnations and roses, 'were used artistically in the decorations. During the evening an solo .-was sung .by Master Howard Gay. -Nearly one hundred members -danced --to the strains of Biner's orchestra. marriage... J. JK. received with tne nostess, wjio looked very, dainty 'wJiite lin-gerie 'princess gown with inserts- pi S-wiss embroidery. Mrs. Murrell-Wright wore, a gracefully draped 'gown of "crushed- -'raspfoerry eolienne with- ornamentations-of 4icavy passementerie studded w-ith jewels. room -was brightened? wifti a snower of white carnations- and the tea table centred Tvitn sweet peas. Little "Miss "Donna white frock witlibiue sasii and hair ;bows, opened the door for the visitors. Miss Isabel McCulIoch -was: tshe guest at a affair planned-in ner honor :hy the teachers of the city yesterday afternoon in Miss Ault's Kindergarten, room, wJbich was attract- ively decked witn bright autumn leaves, .pan-sies and The nonor guest, who .is one- w-eek's caarming ibrides. "was showered wicn congratulations, and after- a merry address -by Mr. Hamilton, was presented :by Miss Nimmons a Heavy silver "monogramed serving .DAILY RECIPE ,'Fruil" one "pint of cur- rant syrup add -the-" juice" of five or- five lemons .and one can of grated, pineapple; to taste; add one cupful of' cold water; chill and serve in -Spice one cupful of crusts of, "bread., -packed measure, and soak in "one milk until soft. Add .one-trail" 'or a'cupful of molasses, one cupful ot "Vseeded raisins, one- quarter of a teaapoouful each of and ground cinnamon, allspice and nutineg. and foake in a moderate- oven for .about three- quarters- of a: TROUBLES VANISH tray, a gift from' the teaching., stiff of the city. Light refreshments were DIAMOND' RINGS No. department in our busi- ness seems to increase so as .-the. "Diamond De partment.'v Close prices, lowest repre-' sentations make this only, pos- sible. Each stone is critically examined before mounted. Our special and 125.00 Solitaire is good value. Drop in 'and we will be pleased to show you anything you may wish to see. E.A.EWERT JEWELER, Round St. Hewitt Coons evenin ill. knox' ;Septemiber "57th, A. M-.'. Gordon celebrated the marriage of Leon Hew- itt of Medicine Hat and Katldeen, 'Mil- dred 'Coons of Stavely. Alta. The wed- aing was celebrated venr quietly, the only guests being ,Mr. and -Mrs. Leroy bride's parents, and a few- near relatives. Air. and Mrs. Hewitt reside in Medicine Hat. noon yesterday a pretty was celebrated by the Rev. A. M. Uorflon of Knox choirch, the 'bride being Miss Christine Fleming wiven, daughter of Mr..and Mrs. Rob- ert N'iven, 1006 Baroness Road, and tne groom .Frank Madill Gordon. Only immediate relatives were pres- ent at the .bride's home to witness'the ceremony. When Mr. and Mrs. Gor- don, left on the afternoon train for cneir honeymoon journey, a host of friends 'were at the station'to shower tnem with, congratulations and rice, air. and Mrs. Gordon "will .reside in Macieod. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Over 750 whales, -including 32 of the valuable sperm, have been taken by the Pacific Whaling- .Company's fleet on the ivest British Columbia coast this season. Archie Steeie, of Moncton, 1ST. B., got a severe shock when he went home and found his wife missing. She had drawn from the bank and left- Steeie asked the police to look for his wife. DIED Uhurchiii. KiMam; W. Stevens, Dia- mond City. J. ,H. -Nosh Winnipeg; b. A. Oleson, 'Minot, N. D.; Fred Earl, Kosemead; Mrs. Oberg, Great reter, Medicine Hat; Joe 'Mrs. Inya -M. And- ersan and children, .Norway; Fred An old and well-known resident of Belleville, in the person of Robert P. .Hamilton, aged died of paralysis at Hampton, N. B., For years he .had travelled lor the Simmers Seed Co., of GEO. TAYLOR'S for choice fresh Cut Flowers, Eoses, Car nations, Lilj- of the Valley. And aU other Flowers in sea- son. Funeral Designs, Wed- ding Bouquets and Plants of all kinds for sale and to rent- Free delivery to all parts oi" the city. GEO, TAYLOR FLORIST Corner Bartlett and London Road; Phone C75. P. O. Box 1353. Lethbridge, Wednes- day Sept. 28, Ellen, -beloved wife of, John Murphy. Tbe funeral will take p.iace from Cutblil -street on Sat- urday at 3 -o.m. TEETOTALLER IS LORD MAYOR OF LONDON Condon, Sept. Thos. vezy Strong today -was elect- ed Lord Mayor London witnout any opposition. Sir Tnomas is a. pronounced tem- perance advocate and enjoys the distinction of being the tirsr. teetotaller choseu as cm el" magistrate of the me- tropoli-s. The new mayor will ngtire 'prominently in enter- tainments and ceremonies connected with the corona- tion of King George. V Quickly stops coughs, cures colds, the throat and lanes. Indigestion, Gas, or Dyspep- sia Five Minutes Latch Every year more than a million stomach sufferers in the Unit- ed States, England and Canada take Pape's plapepsin, and realize not only immediate, but lasting relief. ThiB hanoless preparation will di- gest and overcome a sour, gasay, or out-of-order stomach five minutes afterwards. It your meals don't fit comfortably. or what you eat .lies like a lump of lead in your stomach, or if you have heartburn, that a sign of indiges- Get. from your 'Piiarmaciet a 50-cent Pape's B.iapepain and take a dose just as soon-as you can. Therfe will, bis no sour riflings, no belching of undifestedv-fQod .njixed with acid, no ?toniach gas or heartburn, fullness or' feeling in the stomach, Nausea, Debilitating Headaches, Dizziness or Intestinal griping. This will all go. there will be no sour food left-over in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors. Pipe's Diapepsin is a certain cure for because it takes hold of-'-your food and digests .it just the same as if your stomach -wasn't thjsre. minutes'from all stom- ach misery Is -waiting" for you at any drug These" large 50-cen-t cases contain more than sufficient to thoroughly cure almost any case of Dyspepsia, In- digestion or any other stomach dis- TELEGRAPHIC. London.Ont., -will have its assess- ment rolls.. printed. Ten thousand- copies -will be distributed, through the city, at; a cost of Lee Cheong, a.rich and influential Chinese 'of. Vancouver, died and gorgeous of .'a said to--be ttie -most impressive" Chinese funeral ever seen on this continent-' A.wheel weighing'vtwelve tons was turned out by the "Ontario Iron and.. Steel Company of Wellaad. It is the largest casting in Canada and wris.nnade-ior'xhe Allis, ,-Chal- ruers, Bullock" Company, of Montreal. HILL'S, THE BUSY STORE; A Splendid Showing of Tailored "Waists for Fall v L Complete wkh' many newstyl- our stock of Fall Tailored Waists... The new Delaine waists in light patterns are' especially pleasing. The always able Gibson and tailored waists are also here in linens, repps arid sizes in this new. shipment. Prices Oft xange f fc V, Children's Sweater Coats on SilejJ If there" is any-one depaftment thatJ stands1 out- prominent it is our Sweater Department. Wnile we offer many tempting values in Women's Knitted Coats, w.e specialize onx the Cifldnen'a Goofisrall ages from "2 years, can be fitted. Sp'eoial values. day and-Saturday. The Display Suits Covers aU that Style, and Value Our collection of Suits have been-farther added to ;by of New York, models. They represent" the." minute -in reasonableness added to their many good ities. A" range cf colorings such as mustard tan, Meg's .moss green, diagonal cheviots, pearl miiturea, r S25 New New Collars, New Punas, New and Gloves Alberta's G-reatest Store THE SIMPSON CO. LTD. especially: attractive or r Tailored Suits .This is a very strong line in our Suit Department, made up -in tne correct Fallstyles in Coating and Cheviot Serges; colors navy, green, trimmed -with satin and braid: silk linings. Match it if you can at less than Our price is ,.f..'.'........ SILK AND STUFF DRESSES Rajah Silk Dresses, with lace yokes, and Per- sian colors blue, tan, navy and black. Our price WOOL STUFF DfiESSES We show a fine range of wool dresses in al- most every desirable shade; made up in a-big va-.- riery of styles, at prices from..........- Ladies' Coats for Women We caii fit any size from size 32 bust all 46." values are exceptional at 1 3.50 aild 1 "Prop in and If Underwear" For Men and Women We carry a complete line of the different weights There's nothing quite so good as Suits and Overcoats ____ We don't sell Men's Suits but give' lots of attention to Boys' Wearables. The suits and are stylish and made ,up of materials we can guarantee to give, best of satisfaction. You'll 'find "Our Prices" on Boys' garments fully as attractive as -line "Styles'" we Have the boys look them or come yourself. 1 He Simpson CRABB STREET 1 LETHBRIDGE ;