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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta August. 17, 1012. 1'HE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HEKALJ) Page 11 I Why shouldn't a man be interested in an advertisement for Sunlight Soap? He takes a pride in his linen and wants it washed with the purest Sunlight Soap which does not tear or wear linens or woollens, and Sunlight Soap makes the clothes wear longer. He likes his wife to have leisure time and yet not neglect the children and house- hold duties. SUNLIGHT SOAP pays for itself by the time it saves, the labor it saves and the clothes it preserves. 5c. a bar at all Grocers. THE NAME LEVER ON SOAP IS A GUARANTEE OF PURITY AND EXCELLENCE. 'f D1TED BY "INO" PHONKtl OfflM, 1W4 1111 Charyo not thyself with tho weight o a year, Child of the Master, faithful and Choose not the cross for tho comiiii For Unit Uiun JJeblds three seek. Bend not thine arms for tomorrow'i Thou may'st leave that lo thy gra clous God. Daily only He salth to thee: Take up thy cross, aud follow me, Mrs. Percy Barton, of Calgary, and Miss Huth (Freeman are holidaying In Banff and Laggan. Colonel and Mrs. Gaskin, of Winni- peg, are week-end visitors with Dr, J. S. Stewart, M.P.P. Mr. and Airs. J. II, Reynolds, of For- ester Palls, Dnt., are guests with the 'ormer's brother, Mr. Robert Iley- nolde. and 'Mrs. returned this norning from a visit to Simnyside; on the Arrow Lakes. Mrs. ,T. W. Wood, Ernest street, vho has been .visiting for the past ew weeks at Kaslo, will return home onlgliL Mrs. A. Reid and children, who lave been visiting for some time past .t the coast cities, arrived home this norning. Mrs, S. J. Shepherd and Miss Wad- more were tea-hour hostesses at the 'ountry Club this afternoon. Air. and Mrs. C. B. Brandow have etumed from a vacation spent in rltlsh Columbia and oii Vancouver aland. .four o'clock.' palm- istry, .be In order. The iEpwortJi League of AVesloy a missionary'meet- ing oinMonday.'eveuIng, when Mrs. T. Perry un address, Mr. George1. Mltford will .render1 a vocal solo. The Iadic4 who gcneiouely prom- ised donations' .of refreshments for the Nursing Mission booth at the Fair, are kindly eond them to Mrs. J. 0. Wilson at the barracks on the day for which they promised. Miss Miss Hawkey and Miss Elaine Couybeare visited the Gait1 Hospital afternoon in the ;the Flower -Guild. Donations of flowers from Mrs. M. Mrs. Mark Johnson and Couybeare are, gratefully acknow ledged. Of Interest to Women Miss Davidson, 'who has been at- ending tho Splrella training school Calgary, returned home last night, 'bile in Calvary, Miss Davidson was e giiest of 'Miss O'Connor, formerly this city. j The engagement IB announced Aliss Margaret of Windsor inrt 'Mr A. H Clarke KG MP for merly of Windsor, ami now Cal gary. The marriage wfll take place on Alonciaj I11 D x1" House, Oafcville, tlie'country home of. illr. and Mrs; "Gundy It is Top Every Time! Supreme above all others in qual- ity raised merit aloni tnat proud emm- ,ence Alberta's Best .Baking Powder is uniform, is Invariably dependable Your gro- cer knows him. To remove spots from crockery that has been placed in .an oven; rub them with salt. NO CONTRACT HAS YET BEEN LET FOR'THE NEW POST COST MAY BE OVER THE ESTIMATE Although the tenders for the post office were received in Ottawa on Wed- nesday, ho word has as; yet been re- ceived as to the 'successful bidder-, Every day is expected to bring weird j about the building ind locil people are beginning to get anxious JIB .they .ire most desirous of getting the con tract under way this fall. Tho local contracting; firms tender- ed on the contract, they being Smith Bros. Wilson, and Hotson leader. Each contractor biddhig was required to put up a certified cheque for ten per cent of tho amount of his tender. As .the cost of the. building is es- timated at each bidder would have to send in a marked cheque for at least. It is generally un- derstood the cost of gioatlj exceed the 1200000 es and inany believe that before H is finished if. amount to an out lav of cloee to {300 000 Wm Breen wag fatally crushed hear Homing's Mill under dislodged earth. Mr. John C. Benson, -formerjy of Prince Edward now of Sweet Grass. IU cm tan a. was married last week to Miss Flora .Aland Heuser, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Heu- ser, of Francis, Sask. Miss Heuser was a trained having apenl three years in Winnipeg General Has pltul. Our Raymond correspondent writes: News of 'the marriage of Miss Ruth Skouson to Albert HIcken hae juat reached Raymond. Tho affair took plaoe at Albefciuerque, New 'Mexico, about the first of August. these are all the. details which have as yet been received at Raymond. Mr. Hick- en left Raymond last -spring with Wil- liard Skouson to do railroad work with him in the far south. Miss Skou- son left about a month later, accom- panied by Mrs. Wlllard Sknuson, Both parties are well known- In Ray- mond, and the event has not been a Probably the most ancient love-let- ter in existence is that which has lust 'been discovered in Egypt by Pro- 'essor Delltzsch, tha well known As- syriologist, of the Berlin University. This is in (the form of a tablet on brick, on which .the letters are cut. t was found among the treasures of Sippar the Second. The Professor be- ieyes that the writer was the wife of Simil-Mardue, and fti'at the tablet of brick la three'thousand years old. TJie .ranslatlon follows: "To my darling Simll-Marduc, May 3amar and acccrd thee for my happiness a long and happy life. Plow art thou? Write to me then. I went to Babylon, but I dkl not find bee. I have had much grief. Tell me that thou wilt come soon, and' I vill rejoice, in Marschschwaii (No- it is 'necessary 'that thou ome. May thou, for the lovp of me, Ive, eternally." Lady Dorothy her oirs, tells: -a story., illustrating King Efel ward's thoughtful ness. "To me the Prince 'was always kindness sho says, "and amongst my most val- ued treasures are'several little gifts, some of which he igave me under ra- tlier On one next to htm at dinner, what I have al- :ways done, despite all social conven- tion, ate' a knife. -..-This1 not unnaturally surprised the Prince, who made some humorous comment, upon which 1 explained that such be- havior was almost'a crime, but from long habit I must" be regarded as an irreclaimable criminal. TO sur- prise ana delight the next moiniug he presented me -with beautiful case of oyster knives, as 'in remem- brance of your criminal tendency are showing one of the finest assorted stocks of Gent's Ready to-Wear Suits in the city. Comprised of Beautiful Colorings in imported Scotch and English Tweeds and Worsteds, Plain and Fancy Weaves, medium and heavy weights, also fine imported Worsted Serges in Navy Blue Suits, are cut on the Latest _New York Models in single-breasted styles. Pants are made in semi-peg with side straps and belt loops. Only the best of linings and shape- retaining interlinings are used in building this suit Prices range irom to j 51 Call in and have a look at our assortment :before buying, your Fall Suits, great surprise friends to their Raymond Clubs and Societies garden party ind social even Ing which St Maij s Guild are nav uig at Mrs "Uockford s iO> Tneffth street A North, on coin CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH, -METHODIST: T. P. Services at H am and 7 itl n m Morning sub- ject Still iftfr Smith In the even- lag Rev; 0. B. Cragg, B. D., of 'Peter- occupy the pulpit. Special miuic-by full choir at evening service. Sunday school and Adult Bihle class at 3pm All eordnllj mvitpd Social hour after Sunday evening service. GriURUl 01 JI SUS CHRIST OF LVITFR DU 0 C Hall, 10th bt S near AI C A. J.45 a.m. Officers and .teachers meet- 10 W a m Sundsj school 2 p.m. Sacratncni n fling Bisliop B. S. loimg N" 1 1st Vfe 3 Phone 085. ST C-SPHIiNS CHURCH ANGLI- 8th avenue and nth street.. Rev. Canon McMIllen vector. SUITS Splendid Assortment of all Shapes for Boys of, all, ages in Tweeds and Worsteds, also Navy Blue Serges. Prices 'from to school iml Bible 3 p.m. IOU WILL FIND QUAKER BREAD The cheapest, because, although it costs a trifle more, there is no waste with it. Every ood to eat JdtmlGilmore, The Baker Phone 3178 Office and Bakery 1 610-2nd Ave., N. Store. 4141 3th Street N. Phone 1 027 pastor. Aug. IS: 31 a.m. public wor ship; pastor will preach.. 3 p.m. Bib school. .7.30 p.m. service hi. Morrit Theatre by request on "The Freedon of .the Will." KNOX Rev. A. G. Camaron. Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Prof Dyde, of Rob ertson College Edmonton will preach at fhe morning and sev- Sixtb Ave., Sunday -August 18tu Sunday school 2 p.m.. No services pastor will preach at Taberv Teachers meeting Wednesday, at S p.m. ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERANV At the home of Rev. C. Grant, 1509 Sixth avenue south, Sunday Aug. 11. Communion S 30 Matins 11 a.m. Baptism i pm 740 p.m. ST AUGIjS" S ner Second Ate tnd 8th St Rev T E Alun el Wright rector Holy Communion every Sundaj 8 i m. aad first Sunday of the month at the eleven o'clock service. Alatiiia 11 a.m. Sunday school 2. p.m. Even- song 7-30 p.m. FIFTH AVB. JURIST CHURCH ,nm avenue and ,18th street north. Rev. C. B. McKinnon, pastor. Services at .13 a.m. p.m eun day school 3 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday S p.m. Choir practice, Thursday S p.m. ST. ANDREW'S., Cor- icr 13th and 7IIi Aye., N., Sunday services, 11 a.m., ami 7.30 Hov. T. S. Brown, of Ont. win preach. Sun- day school at 3 p.m. All heartily wel- com. FinST BAPTIST Ave. South. Rov. A. C. Watson For le BrMe No gift Is more than silver- ware. Remember lhat is tha original "Rogers." It is "Silver Plata that Wears" Made in rlic heaviest grade of plate, and rank a first in quality. Sold try De ConfirnwUon and communion service at 10 a.m. siiarp. -There will be no Sunday school. Kvening service at 7 30 T ache'-s meeting Wednocday at 8 pin ariRS'r OHURCII cr r HKIST Dank block. 11 am Eundaj school 1210 p ni Wed testimony meeting 8 p.m. The- reading room is open to lo i p.m. is'cordially invited to at- tend. CHURCH OK Services in Caledonian Hall SIS 7th St., south, at .11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. school at 10.30 a.m. A wel- come to all. GERMAN7 EVANGELICAL LUTII- EHANV-Services will held at 710 Kith St., N'orth Lcllibcidgn, at 10.30 a.m., aad will he hy the Rev. 0. A. the German lan- guage. The firman spcakir.g populace i is cprdially invited. 1 GERMAN" EVANGELICAL LUTH- he hclit at 710 Sixteenth -St.. North I.ethbridge, at a.m: and will he conducted by the Rev. 0. A.-Groth in the German Innguage. The German-spealiing pop- iilacc is wrdially invited. THE BEREAK BIRLE SCHOOL is llfld ovctv Sunday at 3 p.m. at 512 iHh street, south. A cordial invitation Is extended to liolh and young to attend tins school. A special invitation is. given lo any persons, who have been connected with churches of Christ (Disciples) HOUSEHOLD HINTS Hair that has become tangled' dur- ing. Illness may be combad with little trouble if the hair is rubbed tboiougb. ly with flour in the In the morning tha tangles will all have dis- appeared. Lard in always csed ,by, French cooks in preference to 'butter (in cooking stews, etc.) because it is less liable to burn.and it also takeh 'the b'.end of the season ins be'.ter. j Before humming n-ew linen, rub tie linen well between the hands. This will softo'i the fabric, which is oltan Iron the dressing used. makes Vtt hemming muck simpler. If youngster's over-how, whert placed in the closet, are pinned to- gether with a clothespin, much fcill 'JB saved. There will not, be" a' mlss'Jlg rubber wlien there la occa- sion to put them on. To reheat rolls, brush tops over wli.li .cold water or milk and place .In hot oven. North East South West It has i.ome to be a common expres- sion among careful housewives that Royal Household is "the secret to better baking" Ask Your For Sale by GEO. KERR CO. Lethbridge. I ;