Vancouver Daily World from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on August 10, 1907 · Page 15
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Katnrflflr August 10, 100. I fRAIERNAL - SOCIETIES A. 0. F. 10DCEST0 HOLD BIG REUNION BISHOP'S lis I u4fwMofefeJ rLv,L, I I;. " b'vOrV HASTINGS J J B 808 PENDER STREET (opposite Orpheum Theatre) GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE OF C'omox street. Mr. Hamilton, who is law clerk of the Alberta legislature, is taking his holidays, and is delighted with Vancouver uud its many attractions. Mrs. H. ,W. C. Boak, of Kingston, has arrived in this city accompanied by her two sons, Arthur and Eric Boak, and will take up her permanent residence here. Mr. Arthur Boak recently graduated with honors from Queen's university, Kiugston, and will go into business here. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander J. Kerr and family of Nelson, have arrived in Vancouver, where they intend to make their future home. They are at present staying nt 1154 Robson street, but later on they will take up their residence in their own home on Burraid street. Mr. and Mrs. McFadden have left for their home in Medicine Hat, after a visit of a month in this city, during which time they have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, corner Quebec street and; Fifth avenue. Miss Morton of Lindsay, Ont, arrived here last week on her way to Bella Bella, where she will enter the hospital as a nurse. While in the city she was the guest of Mrs. Hyndman, of Mount Pleasant. The many friends of Miss M. Farron are busily engaged welcoming her back to this city. Miss Farron returned on Tuesday after spending three months in Chicago, where she has been pursufug her musical studies. Mrs. Bovyet Smith with her son and daughter, who have been the guests of Mrs. . D. Haywood, Pender street, for some weeks past, have returned to their liome in Los Angeles. Mrs. W. L. Newsorae and her daughter. Miss Helen Newsome of Beach avenue, returned on Tuesday from an extended visit to Toronto, New Tork, and other eastern cities. Miss Mary Stark of Vancouver and Members From All Over Provinoe Will Take Part In Big Field Day and Reunion. i A grand reunion field clay of all the 1 A. O. F. lodges of British Columbia is planned by the officii Is for next Saturday, August 17th. "he affair will be one of the largest an, ucst erer seen on the grounds and will be unsurpassed as an attraction. Sports, both field and track, a big parade, and everything else that goes to make such a day a grand success will be included in the progfam. With members of every lodge In the whole province present, with' dozens of uuattached athletes competing, and with an excellent list of officials presiding, the affair should pass off as smothly as it is possible for such a big undertaking to be managed. The arrangements are made so that all will have a chance to compete in the athletics. Entries will be received for the various events on the grounds, before the sports, and will be free. A lacrosse match between the Fairview intermediate team, champions of the city, and the Y. M. C. A. twelve will be one of the chief attractions. This will be ' started as soon as the parade, which starts from the city hall at one o'ejock j sharp, reaches the grounds. A big sil j ver cup has been hung up for a tug - of - war between the police and fire department teams. This contest suould prove about the best of the day. There is great rivalry between the two teams, " Wo oloae dally at 6:30 P.M.; Saturday at 9 P.M. g - To introduce the " Somersault ic" Davenport Beds, these Special Prices will g Prevail on Monday. There will lie six delighted and happy customers - on Monday for these celebrated - Somersaultic Davenport Beds which we told you about a few days ago will be on sale only : - six, though, at these prices so be among the lucky ones. You'll agree it's the best in - - vestment .you ever made. .." l - ' - ' Mission Style Oak Frame; early English finish; good imitation leather; regular, . v $45.00. ... v.' . . - . qr nn , . "INTRODUCTORY" PRICE. . .. .... .. ...... . .Utl.UU " Solid Colden Oak Frame In plum color check velour coverings; regular $40.00. ' "INTRODUCTORY" PRICE '.. .a.. .... .... .... 32.50 . Solid Metal Frames Upholstered in dark velour; regular $32.00. QC flfl " ' "INTRODUCTORY" PRICE .. ...... .... fiO.UU At all times AVe guarantee to save you from 20 per rent, to 25 per cent, on your , furniture and home furnishing outlay. Estimates cheerfully given. Come cr&and and we will tell you tome wallpaper news that will interest you. Have just received a new supply of Burlaps. Our prices are the lowest, our goods the best. We can do you a papering job at half a day's notice and guarantee the best workmanship. GROCERIES - MONDAY Granulated Sugar In 20 pound sacks not more than two to a customer. 1 flfl MONDAY l.UU Davies' Teas A very popular and deli and witfi the additional incentive or a silver cup to urge them on, the big fellows will certainly put forth all that is in them to drag each other all over tlfe grounds. Handsome prizes are offered for every event on the program. The races will be nearly all open to the province, although a few of them wilJ be reserved for the members of the A. O. F. only. From the century dash up to the mile, running events will be scattered all over the program. The police officers who throw the 5fi - pound weight over the grandstand every time they pick it up will have a chance to display their powers with the different weights, lhere will he something doing for everybody. cious blend; regular 35c, 40c and 50c val QRESS GOODS - MONDAY $1.50 Dress Tweeds for $1.15 An early shipment of autumn dress tweeds in the new grey homespun effects with invisible plaid of reseda green and delf blue ; full 54 inch goods; regular $1.50 value. ' 1 IE MONDAY.. .. 35c Dress Muslins 12 12o It will pay you to look into this wash goods sale some pretty dress ducks and fine French Muslins included in the lot; all attractive and pretty; sold regularly at 25c and 35c MONDAY. . .. .. . . .12 l - 2c ues. 40c MONDAY, 25c, 35c and. North Vancouver Waterfront 12100 will buy a 60 - fU waterfront lot, near proposed bridge; half cash, balance to arrange. This offer Is for a few days only. Inkster, Marriott S Ward 334 Abbott St., Vancouver, and Lonsdale Ave., N. Vanronver. i H it tt Queen City Catsup Perfectly pure and free from till adulteration. ODa MONDAY, per bottle oUU Pork and Beans In tomato sauce; regular 3 tins for 25c. ORn MONDAY, 4 for OUU and everybody will be able to have all i 4 1 rw vTvfvvvvvtvvvf tee the fun they want. The sports win start about 2 o'clock and the long program will be sent through without hitch in order to let fTie crowd get away in time for dinner. Excursions will come from Victoria and Nanaimo. CvvHvvvvH her aunt, Mrs. J. P. Ford, of Kansas City, left on the new C. P. R. steamer Princess Royal last week on a trip to Skagway. Mr. Lancaster, accompanied by his two daughters, has returned to his home in California after visiting with Mr. ud Mrs. J. H. Cocking, of Burrard street. Miss Lottie Hawkins has arrived in Vancouver from Brantford, Ont., and will spend the remainder of the summer with her mother, Mrs. L. Winters, Fairv - iew. Mrs! A. E. Bull and her son, Arnold 'Bull, have returned to their home on Harwood street after an enjoyable visit to relatives iu Ontario. Miss Westwood and Miss Ariel Westwood came over from Nanaimo on Wednesday and wtit spend a fortnight with friends in the city. Miss Cruikshanks, head nurse of The Victorian Order of Nurses in this city, has returned to town after a pleasant visit to England ajid Ireland. Mrs. (Drl J. II. Hogle and her two children of Nanaimo arrived oo the Joan on Thursday and will spend a few days We cannot fill C. 0. D. orders for above goods unless accompanied by order for other The Men's Sale of Soft Felt Hats Continues. Your Choice We have just added to our already large stock THREE CAR LOADS OF CHOICE PIANOS ! ! t Orchestral Concert Tonight until 9 P.M. SONS OF ENGLAND. Lodge Wilberforce, S. O. E.. held their fortnigtly meeting at the S. O. E. hall, Granville street, on the 5th, and the usual business was first transacted, after which five new members were initiated in the oldest lodge in British Columbia. An interesting speech was given by the visiting district deputy of Calgary, which ended a most Interesting evening. NERVES IN ORDER NERVES UNSTRUNG as under : One car load of Nordheimer Pianos." .' i ..T." ;"'' - One carload of New Scale Williams' - Tianos. , . in' - the city. Mrs. Johnston and her daugRTer, Miss Bessie Johnston of Mount Pleas One car load of Dominion Pianos. Our Prices Cannot Be Equalled, and Our Terms Are Easy, g M.W.Waitt$Co.Ldj ant, will spend the next two) weeks with friends at Port Haney. ' Mrs. M. H. Churchill and 3Tr. and Mrs. E. Baynes and child are among the Vancouver people who were staying in Calgary this week. 558 CRANVILLE STREET. The Oldest Music House In British Columbia. Miss rudney, who has been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Cocking, of Burrard street, returned to her home in Nannimo on Saturday last. Mr. and Mrs. F. Burrows, of Nap - anee, Out., spent last week in the city as the guests of Mrs. R. S. Pyke, 1114 This is a nerve racking age. Not a man in an office or behind a counter striving hard to get on in the world, that does not feel the strain. If nerves are in order, a man is strong, eats and sleeps well. Unstrung nerves means weakness, worry, sleeplessness "and a general decay of bodily strength, inability to do good work or do it long. Most men are careless of their health, trust to luck and that kind of thing, instead of taking FerroMine for a few weeks when they feel dull in the morning, sleep poorly or lose appetite. Ferroione quickly brightens the mind. It. creates an appetite, and improves digestion. Fen - ozone makes blood, quiets the nerves, makes muscle like steel and induces refreshing sleep. Ferrozone is a body builder, thuosands have proved it. If you are sick, or even out of sorts, use Ferrozone and enjoy the splendid reward it affords. Permanent in its results, the greatest health giver in the world. Sold everywhere in 50c boxes. Haro street. . Miss Margaret StocCett of Nanaimo is spending a few "flays in Vancouver nients were served and amusemsnts added to the afternoon's entertainment. .' The marriage took place on Wednesday at Christ Church Cathedral. ic - tona, of Henry J. S. Muskett, of Clip - pesby hall, Norfolk, Eng., and Winifred Janet, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Walker and grandoaugtlter of the late Sir Henry Crease, of Victoria. Right Rev. Dr. Perrin, Bishop of Col - 'umbia, performed the ceremony, assisted by the rector, Her. CanonBean - lands. A reception was afterwards hefil at the residence of the bride's parents, after which the happy pair left for Kngland, where they will spend two months. Aid. Ramsay has left for the east and when he returns in about a month's time will bring a bride with him. After transacting business at Montreal and Winnipeg, he will go to Nova Scotia. EDDY'S TOILET PAPERS arc the very best values going. We Invite comparison as regards quality and quantity of paper supplied. Compare by actual count the number of sheets in the so - called cheaper papers with the Eddy make, and you will find that you get more for the same money In the latter. Always, everywhere In Canada ask for Eddy's matches. before proceeding east. Mrs. Newson of Calgary will spend the next few weeks visiting friends in Vancouver and other coast cities. Mrs. William Holden and Miss Hol5 - en are spending the summer at Harrison Hot Springs. ' of white rosebuds. The bridesmaids were Miss Gertrude nnd Katiicriue Bate, sisters of the groom. They were dressed in pink flowered silk ornandie, with picture hats to match, and carried bouquets of bridesmaid roses. '1 lie flower girl was little Miss Dorothy Bate, youngest sister of the groom, dressed in white organdie, carrying a basket of roses and wearing a wreath" of flowers. The groom was attended by Mr. Wm. Driver, of Seattle. Mr. F. Lewtas acted as usher. I'rof. Butler, of Trinity l'arish church, played the bridal music from "Lohengrin," and Mendelssohn's wedding march, and also the wedding hymn, which was sm;g by the choir. Rev. Mr. Lake performed the ceremony. The church, which was crowded to the doors with friends of the bride and groom, wag most artistically decorated with beautiful flowers, consisting of lilies, carnations, golden rods and greens. A handsome white bell was suspended over the altar. After the ceremony the relatives and immediate friends of the united couple were received informally at the home of the bride. The cottage was elaborately decorated with evergreens and pink ana white flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Bate, jr., and the father and moiher of the groom, came over from Nanaimo, B. C, to attend the wedding. This being tne first wedding in All Saints' church, the young couple were, in accordance with an old custom, presented with a Bible bv the rector. Mr. and Mrs. Bate left by the Princens Victoria for Victoria and JCan - aimo, where the honeymoon will be spent. Wesley Auxiliary tendered a fare Mr. and Mrs. Wynn and Miss Ethel Wvnn. of Pemlritl street, have left Vancouver on a trip to Skagway. . Miss May Stevens, of Ottawa, is ALWAYS USE visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. Danaher, of 1161 Thurlow street. Mrs. Henry Macaulay, of Denman street is entertaining Mrs. (Judge) Macaulay of Dawson. A marriage that will be of interest to many music lovers and others in Vancouver took place on Wednesday, July 31, in Victoria, when a large number ot the friend and admirers of the poular jounj musician, Mr. Benedict Bantly gathered at St. Andrew's Ko - man Catholic cathedral to witness his marriage with Miss Johanna (Sertrude Mensinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jean Mensinger, of Leipsig. Germany. Th marriage ceremony wu performed and the nuptial mass celebrated by Hi Grace Archbishop Orth. Prof. Nagel played the bridal chorus from Lohengrin and a number of other suitable selections, and Miss !ehl and Mrs. Johnson gave a number of solos. The bride, who was given away by the groom's uncle, Mr. William Grimm, looked charming in a gown of white embroidered silk beneath a flowing veil with orange blossoms. &he carried a bridal bouquet of roses and carnations and also an ivory prayer book, the gift of her mother, and used at a similar ceremony years ago. The bridesmaids, the Misses Amelia and Charlotta. Grimm, cousins of the groom, - were daintily attired in . cream nnn'a veiling with point d'esprit bats. Each carried a bouquet of pink carnations. The groom was supported by his brother, Mr. SA. Bantly. At the conclusion of the ceremony at the cathedral the party drove to the home - of Mr. William Grimm, tne groom's uncle, where breakfast was served, and the happy couple received the congratulations of their friend. The wedding was a quiet one, only the Immediate relatives of the contracting parties being invited, yet the long table was taxed to its utmost capacity. The decoration scheme was In pink and green, the room being gay with streamers of flowers and flags. Thii afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Bantly have gone to Sbawnigan lake, where they will spend their honeymoon and on their return they will make their home in the Garescbe block on Yates street. A large number of beautiful and costly presents were received.'. The Seattle Tost - Intelligencer gives the following account of the marriage of Mr. Cyril Bate, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bate, of Nanaimo, B. C, and a. - ss Eveleyne May Lois Marden, daughter of Capt. 1X1. H. Marden, of Punlap Station: "The marriage' of Mr.' Cyril Alpost Bate and Miss Eveleyne May Lois Marden took place on Wednesday ev WEST GOLDEN Mrs. Flett, of Vancouver, was in Ladner last week as the guest of her sister, Mrs. (Canon) Hilton. Mrs. J. Walker, of Nelson street, left where on September 11 he will be married to Miss McLellan, sister of L. B. McLellan, of the legal firm of Baxter & McLellan, of this city. Miss McLellan was for some time on the teaching staff of the Vancouver schools. Mrs. S. B. Snider, of Robson street, left on Thursday morning's train on a visit to friends in Toronto and other eastern points. Mrs. Snider was accompanied by her daughter, Miss Lena Snider, who goes to the Deaconess Training school in Toronto o enter into training for missionary work. A large number of friends assembled at the station to bid them farewell and wish them God speed on their journey. Many friends of Miss Doris Hensliaw have welcomed her home after her 18 months' absence in England, during which time she has been engaged in finishing her studies. Accompanied by her mother, who had gone as far as Field to meet her, she returned to this city early this week. Mrs. and Miss ilen - sbaw expect to enjoy a few more weeks in the Rocky mountains and will not return definitely to this city until September. town for the east, where she will visit for about six weeks. Mrs. Robert Main, of this city, is visiting her sou, Rev. C. O. Main, at SOAP Cranbrook. Mr. and urs. Bruce Findlay have re - kturned to Victoria after visiting friends in this city. Mr. and Mrs T. S. Bosley. of Seattle, have been spending a few days in this city. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Warlow and family of Calgary are spending some time in the city. well reception on Tuesday afternoon to Miss Lena Snyder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Snyder, of Itobson street, and Miss Wilbelmina Mnrgatroyd, of Port Hammond, who will leave the city shortly to enter the Deaconess' Training home In Toronto to prepare for mission work in Japan. Mrs. G. K. Frith (president of the Women's Auxiliary to Missions of the C'hnrc - hl, was on the platform, as was also the pastor, Itev. It. Milliken, - who offered prayer; Miss Snyder, Miss H. M. Paul and Miss Killam. During the afternoon Miss Paul gave a brief address on the work nnd aims of the Crosby Girls' home at Tort Simpson, of which she is the matron. The Rev. J. H. Hooper and Mrs. 6 Bars 25 Cents Golden West Washing Powder, 3 - lb. pkge. 25c Golden West Toilet Soap, 3 cakes in box 35c and be prepared for Hooper were accorded a reception on the North Vancouver tennis grounds, nt the home of Mr. Crjfkmay on Fifteenih street The Rev. Mr. Hooper is the new vicar of St. John's, and arrived only last week from Bathhnrst. N. B., to take, charge of St. John's church parish in North Vancouver. The reception took the form of a garden rarty. Itefresh - ening, July 24, at All Saints church. Dunlap station, Seattle. The bride w ho was given away by her father. Capt. H. H. Marden, was dressed in India silk,, trimmed with baby Irish point lace. The Teil wai caught up with pationa orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet jrr. mid Mrs. John Hendry have left for New York to meet theit daugh'ter. Miss Aldyen Hendry, who is returning from Berlin, Germany, where she has spent the last two and a half years at school, taking up art, music and languages. During the holidays Miss Hendry visited a number of the large cities on the continent, including Paris, Rome, Florence Leipsic. etc. Miss Little. Dominion general secretary of the V. W. C. A., left town on Thursday for Victoria. On her return she will spend a few days in this city nid will then proceed to her home in Toronto. During her stay in Vancouver Miss Little has been the guest of Mrs. tskimier, 12fiT.Boron street, Nurse Bourke, of Richards street, has left Vancouver to visit her sister in St Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton, of Edmonton, who accompanied the latber's father, Dr. Mills, railway commissioner, are guests of Mm. C. S. Douglas. 2033 TMis. Stein and family of this city are spending the summer at Mayne island. Mr. and Mrs. R. TI. IT. Alexander have taken a flat in the Granville Mansions. Miss Georgia Cavau of Victoria is visiting Mrs. Arthur Cavan, Mount Pleasant. . The Misses TcNair of Carl avenue are staying at Lund. Mrs. A. B. McDonald has left town for Montreal. Mi - 'The Misses Sibbald have returned to town after visiting friends in the Sound cities. Dr. Mansell and Mrs. Mansell have returned from a holidav trip to Victoria. Miss Maud Wood has left for Carmel, Cal., where she will spend her holidays. The Golden West Soap Han He is liable to call on you at any time Throat Ask your doctor about these throat cougbs. He will tell yon bow deceptive they are. A tickling in tbe throat often meant serious trouble ahead. Better explain your case carefully to your doctor, sad ask i i . , . . . ? . M n f tu . a Dim bwui ytur luiag act vueuy rcvuau. iugu Cough I O do ss be says. Oct tbe Best meaicine, always WttmMMmHI W pin (.0.1 IfirOt.. tow.li. Urn. tfc termstea efftli our prtyr - Wo

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