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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Mill; mery ening Edlttd by 1052 Suite 2 Hill Block, upstairs Redpatb Street SOCIAL AND PERSONAL MrsvM. Barford, who has spending the past months in s of F. C. Senator. De'.Veber left this afternoon for Cranbrook, .where he will meet Launef. party. Sir Wilfrid win be en unns s visit YvOMEN OF ENGLAND ARE REAL SMOKERS Cigarette Had an Enormous Increase Lately v r London, August women originally manufactured for small, slender mild, slightly perfumed variety, There appears to be no age..limit among wo.tnen smokers in -England. One sees gray haired mothers of fam- ilies smoking' in restaurants, where Lave been amused to learn that several no heaa waiter Has a right to asic them cArvoi'TaC 'in A m ftT'tn-a 'Vi A :in America 'have requested Mrs. Nicholas Longworth to give up smoking of the. "bad exam- ple she., sets American.'.. Smoking England' is so ordinary a it is-difficult for 'English women, to take; seriously .the- American prejudice against it. Of late .years cigarette smoking has Increased enormously among- .women in London this being-. attributed many to- the Jne exact-running-, time, less sibps thirty-five and a half minutes- making, an'average oi 120-copies' a minute .dr.. two a second, and even tnen the press-was not keyed up to pitch. 'The press had run for thirteen, minutes, when the -irst stop-.was niade. and in that time the of Westminster league will ed by the league of church. The visiting __0__ leave Wesley church in the Alexandra auto bus at 7.45: -they will provide the evening's entertainment. DAILY RECIPE Baked retain-their su- gary, delicate flavor if they are "bak- ed instead of boiled. Turn them fre- quently while in -the' oven, using a knite, as the fork allows the juice to run out. When done 'remove the skin and serve with butter and salt on the slices. route boys and were as.delighted as anybodv -tne press; for the last of _ was away within -twenty-seven of the first pulling; Of the lev- jnthi the Miehlc fiat-bed press fonner- 'J m use an hour and a half and soRietitresiLwo hours elapsed before then were all-loaded.up The Herald last nijrfit, as readers noticed, was almost an farter in length than usual. n.ow the standard si7c. whfrcas it was an abnormal length. most QI thp members of thp staff who assembled last even- to watcn this splendid product of press is announced' by 'local 5 "off i-- eials'of.the As -a- result of the -purchase by Messrs, .Mackenzie Mann. of the Bay. of QuJnte; Rr.; -they state that the construction; of the line o Ottawa be .beguir .almost imme- diately and finished by the'.fali of 19H- much sooner than.. was .expected.. road -will, be ;b'ui'lt 'from Toronto" rto Trenton by t extended, to DeSeronto- and tnence by -the Bay of Quinte line to- Sydenham whif place ninety-two miles Ith.e' is "Quebec" lontreal, Ottawa and Toronto linked m a continuous Canadian. 'Northern system. CROWDS is Piedmont turnips till half tender, then cut in thin slices. Butter a pie dish and puifin the slices.' -Moisten with a little" milk. dwsr. them Sightly, with a little -bread crumbs, pep- per, and salt, and bake in oven until they are bright golden brown. Serve on hot plates. CUPID'S COURT The marriage of Miss S. K. Simp r son and T. C. Barber, both of this rcity, was celebrated by Rev. [an of St. Cyprians church on Thurs Aug. 25th. .Mr. and Mrs. Barber 1 neside in Lethbridge. C- a dubbed "back- door" TomniV Atkins, because .habit v ap- icaring on the scene "uhheralded and >v an unexpected' -route. Yesterday tne.-general .justified the nickname ,-tt.nen he disappointed a Jarge ,'rccep- Tipn..committee arid people who.were at the union station wel- come him.. The 'hero of climbed out "of the. train-at Parkdale' and'took street-car; across "town t0 Mr. Osiers residence'- in Roscdale. will.. deZiveV" hMTiambus from'Victor Hugp' i "Les-" Mlsef- in WESbEY-CHU-RCH on 'Dr. Cleaver -is -.-almost peerless gifts, an al- v-most painter of .'.This lecture-. has been ...given. over times an 'Toronto....four times the: :Metropolitan there, a.nd always: to houses. Doors open 7.30 AdmiBsion-50c .1 he is a guest 'while in the Captain tlie -ene'-al'-S' staff -officer, and fif- teen English b'ov srouts thrbueh to the Onion depot. WINNIPEG BANK CLERK DEAD Hillsboro. X B.. Aug. "s i ick-son. son of B. Dickson '-M L i A., and lately on the Winnipeg staff; of the Royal Bank of Canada; died at i CANADIANS CLUB At the Canadian Club'auncl- eon' on Thur-sday. ,to E... 3f. Macdonald, M.'B. of -all A member's are; requested to" 'be' in their plabes sharp at' 12 Tickets can be tained-from 'the secretary, XL. Man waring. Herald office; A, Tiliey. at the office of and Tilley: G. H. Johnston, city offices, or S. J. -Shepherd, of Simmons and Bank of Commerce rsn of shots from .1 Galling KUn, several, visitors down 10 the press room to see nls home here aged twenty-five. Vincent Wilson and wife of oridg-e celebrated 'the fifty-filth