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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, THE LETIIHRIDGi; DAILY' MEKAJL.D Page 9 }OU WILL FIND The cheapest, because, although it costs a trifle mote, there is rip waste with it: Every tfurrib is good to eat! John Gilmtire, The Baiter .Rhone 378. Office and Bakery 1610-2nd Ave7, iN. Store 414 13th Street N. PlipYi6.l027 nere s Your Wife Should Know Our Bread, both white antf brown, took first prize at the fair. The same quality turned out daily. Don't ask your wife to bake, Get me D. Schweitzer 9 Prop. 1147 Put the phone number in your'directory CODY A GENIUS WITHOUT MONEY BUILT OF CRUDE MATER- IAL WHICH WON AVIATION' HONORS Aug. Cody, Uic UVl- nlor, this inornine 1s ihe reel pi en dt the WRr-moBt -ne-w-Apaper congraUilfl.- Lions for Ills unexpected iriumplis in vlaning Hie Britjflh war oflice avia- tion prlacs, Tliey say he worked with perseverance in face of re-1 poatcd slroliea of 111 luck and received j more ridicule I nan financial uiicoin'- agoment. His machine was of bits o.wn deaign and practically home- made, but il licat all tlic crack-for- i elgn machines.' Tim papei's add tlint Cody blmseir admits that he did not expect lo win a prize, lie was Rreally pleased because (he army council agreed to purchase, his mach- ine for The urge the government lo employ' Cody lo bu-IId aeroplanes for the army. The Daily ijju! in an editorial says: ".Mr. Cody doea everything by the ligliL 'of uatiire. Ue abjures, as far s, may he, hiathcinatica, and works unaBBlstcd by cldbornie tools or evon adequate ;shedK. Kls aucces Is all the more Halounding on this account." Clubs and Societies Tno Epworth Leagiiu of Wesley Church will uot meet on Monday even- ing on account qf Labor Day. A "Plea Ban t Sunilay Evening" will be held in Wesley church tomorrow evening a.L the cloec o[ the evening service. All are invited; strangers being especially '.-'welcome, .Mrs. C- Mrs. R. J. Gordon, Aires'! Bawden, Mies OtL and Miss Baraeain iriiiteij the Gait Hos- pital yesterday the interests oC the Flower Guild.- The" .tbVnliB of the Guild are T.ivE- C. F. P. Cpnybearc, Mclutyre, llvi. tTreeinnu, Mrs. Nimmons, MM. Irvins, R. .1. Gor-. don. Mrs. -Griy, Mr. Terrlll, who' sent liberal, contributions of blossoms: picnic of the Sun- day school of-the TTrTclples of Christ WHS well, attended .Thursday even- ing. There wofe' .thirty-one present and a bountiful .was spread about "tTyTjTTs Fhich 'all enjoyed. Mrs. C. S: Mrs.. G. C. Pyle, Mre. Geo. D.- Uiina- worlh, Mrs. Yan; plarcum and Mias Fitcli had of Ihe plonk, and all were gratified at. the pleasure which the.ch'llrJrieri muniCestcd In the program of the evening. CT. CYPRIAN'S PRACTICE SI." Cyprian's football learn wil practice on Monday morning on their grounds south of FleeLwood school Ail -members To[ Bible class arc in vited to turn on-.. It Has Been Proved Time Machela, Nature's Scalp Tonic has a record for growing cages out of 100. It. Is the c-nly rcm- idy ever 'diacovcrecl that in simila the natural hair foods or. of tlie scHlp. Removes (IsaidruIT. Pre- vnnla falling hnir. Knch package con- tains ;i packei of Machela Dry'Sham- poo Powder. Price for complete home trea'lmenl, ?1.00. Sold and guar- anteed by Jackson Co. Sunset and evening' star, 1 And one ck'ar. call for me And may there he no moaning of the har, ynicn 1 put on I Lo sea, 13lit .such a tide as -moving seems asleep, Too full for so in id and foam, that ivliich drew from out the. boundless Jeep Turns again home. Twilight and evening bell, Ami alter ,lhat Uic dark And may there be no sadness of fare- well, Wlicn f cinbar'K For, though From oii! our bourne of time and place The flood may bear me far, I liopc to sec my Pilot face lo face Wlicn I have crossed Uic bar. Lord Tonnyson. Kcv. (.'anon Sivayne, of Warii'-T, was i city visitor yesterday. Mr. L'. Arnold, of BLOODS, ic a wrck-irnd visitor with Jlr. and Airs. L. Vrooman. ML. W. n. llairis left this morning to spend the holiday, in i-Jdinonton. The Aliases A ins! if of Chicago, who arc sunnncring :it Cnrmangay, are guests with their sister, "Airs, Doniian. Miss Ulanchard, of .Seattle, Mho was a guest for. the summer with her aunt, Mrs. 1-1. Wallace, has ic- tunifd home. Mrs S. fialuuaiUi, who lias been on an extended visit, lo the coa.sl, ;is expected home this evening. Mr. Klmid Jamie-son" lefi this after- .visit in L'plgary, for .a few day5-: Airs. W- F- MiicDo'nald rctnrncil tins 'morniiigi from -stay in the Mrs. Davi'1 McLaren, who'has' lie'cn on an extended vjsi'l :lo Prince. lie- pert, is the guest, oT'1 her1 daughVcr, Mrs. A.'ti.' "iUrs. Dilbcrt (VN'cil has iclurnctl to Calgary after spending a week, visit, ing. with-JMrs. (J. jtJfun- .Miss Vuooman, has been .iiim- 1'ncri.ig at the coast cities, is expect- ed home tiic early pait of Uic v.cck aiitj ivill witness the stampede in Cai gary en route. .'.Miss McPhpc, of-Calgary, ivlio-liaa been a visitor with 5h. anil Jli'Sf-J. R. Hfulhcrn, returned liomc today Mr. and Mrs- Mullicrn accompanied their gucsL to attend Llic Stampede. Mr. Karl Morns left this iilpinoon "'iitalion1 in Crilgary''aritl HnnlT George Mjtkaj deputy istra'r.or Deeds, Udlkntoli Qnlano, who is .on an c3itcndLd Un'lvOi the western :aml coast spending lew days in (.llr is (lie rilvAlr. and Sirs. -lolin -A. Alaciiiivr OJ.i F6iir.tcciil.li St., south.. is very much impressed nidi tlic ucst 1jlil stales 'dial [.clhUrirlge Thc Graul Stoics 1 of Ilia West1. Fall Styles for Particular Men Fall dollies Tor iiicn 'arc an ing in ami OIL I, Loo, for already a good nitiuv nlcn JHLVC liked (lie new .styles so'veil thai 'tlicy have purchased Lheii' .minimi Sllil. Perfect titling und stylish garment are a specialty us.p.ot a side js- sue. From liencl to J'pot.-.we clothe the'-1111111. Clothe him rightly, clothe him cliea.ply. and (lie .values that we are offering need only he' seen to be appreciated. Our selection includes all-1 he new.: popular tweeds and serges loi "Fall and the colorings (it bro.wir's-Biid niixini'es..lia.s oonnuand- ed the admiration of all seen Mie.m-.. it is here will find made goods for.-critical toi we please particular people. Yes- lerclay's -styles 'not here, eveiy-- tliing is up-to-date. Prices range from to MEN'S PROSPECTING best oilcu tan-calf, with 11 inch and 1-2'Inch sole solid Englf'Jli Oak Bark Tanned'leather. Price. .per pair. We carry this line in black also, BROGUE box cnlf and tan A stout and comfortable walking shoe, Just the shoe for golf. Price, pair .MEN'S TAN AND BLA.CK.'BOX CALF CRS, ivelted Bole. "A aurart shoe'for city weiif. The. right shape for the Fall season. Price per'pair.......................... MEN'S BOX CALF Inifd with Btont soles of flolid Engllsli Oak Bark...Trice'per. We carrv thl-j line in Ian willow also: The man of intellect .never allows his jit.sl.e lo Fill I short of his. shoes. he .is. a. critical -buyer, you will Jiiid tliat- lie is very parliouJar on this portion ul; his dress. 'Eight he will oFl'er thai: particular- a o o i i every one of your friends will. ''iVgrce. Avit-ii yon .liave used good, judgment in.yoiir selection: SEtisfacLion way the chief aim of tbn. manufacturer of ibis World-Renowned Shoe, for they fit. well, feel well and''look well: So for your'fool's sake lend us your ears while-we'disclose' to yon the prices arid particulars of this famous shoe. Shantz and Ihc Misses .Armstrong, M. Armstrong, Corsqn, Donald, L. Donald, Ulart, L. Podgcr. and M. I'odgcr. pares very favorably .with tlic oLhcv large, centres he has ak'CBdy visited. J. ViV Uawdcn, .who lia.s Ijqcn on' a .short vacation to Vancouver, re- turned yestcuday morning accompan- ied by Mrs. livuulcn ;md daughters; ITMcn Ediih, who spent the sum- ir.'2r at the coast. Miss Podgcr was iigain Uic raisoa d' ctro of a dcliehLfiil affair last ev- ening, when 3lrs. Ilarrbn entertained in her honor at a, bag shower. The whitt Swan YeaL-fc Cakes' hoiiou guest rtiis Lbc uccipicnl of a j Thousands of vnrictj- 01 bags, laundry, cloLlicspjn, Cilkes .llilVR bee11 pic. Tlic ho.slcss was iissisLcd by Mrs. Podgcr.-Those bidden were Arm- stcong, .ft.'.vs. Ridpalli, A. Hinilh, Airs. Kills, Mrs. Donald, Mrs GOVERNOR JOHNSON BUSY Cheyenne, Aug. Hir- am Johnson, of California, vlce-prcBi- aeminl canuinnte pi iha JHogrssBlve party, addreflsetl a: large audience here last the Capitol avenue laeal-re. Record Swan. Yen-Jl with- out a single compiainl. Can tlie snme be said a.hout other-brands? Sold in packages of li cakes; for ;ic. .Send-for free sample. .Swati Spices Cereals. O BUILDING IS ON THE INCREASE Although no particularly large bulld- duf ing permils h.-ive Bean taken Ing Hie monlh Ihe totsl lor 1912 ij just K little larger than Jon'thn same month last >ear In 1011 permits for Aueust amounttd 'to Ml.' 15, while ror August -Ifll, ttbe total waa Thei perrnlU fi.r'JulJ 1912 were 562 9iO j The [plnlB of liulldlnr permltflp lt-l sued durliit; Ifiu to dale imdunt to as nompirea to Ihe. lirsl elplit months In mi, tn IB crrase of .Soinc enjoyed the third of UKT populur scries of sliirt wnisL and flannel -which was held in UIB last Mrs. Do Vebei1 gnirioiisly iiig as Xcrd'.s ojcleslva filiod .splendid -nmsiL', '.a'nd thi; flnor uas in pcrfrcl 'conjition, Tlir alter .siiujicr iras playt'd Mrs. Slmv and Mfl'iiec, i.1. j till' Dill (if InUII L-IK'.SIS t .Misn MclMirr, tin1 Miff) I Mi Harm 1 Opening Tuesday, September 3rd Showing All the Newest Styles. All Ladies Cordially Invited. J. McLEAY ;