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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN PHONE.-1224 How To Get Rid of a Bad Cough A. Iltmiv-Mnde Ilcmedj- iltml Vftll "Cheap EuNlly -Untie Don't ivorrv tibout'i .your bl.rl.timu. snipping! 'if.ci'o., .If you IIIIYO u bad chest cold wliioli imisvB ti> yield .to thus, Kot.lrum uii'y oimc.08 of J uioi pour Itl- omito bottlu uiid illl tlie Lottie with plain M. granulated sujjur Hvrup. Stnrfc taking 'Will be presents suitable for (jvery hour or twq. In 24 everyone on. your list lit HIM jMra your cough will be conquered or given by Wesley Lad- very jiL-urly so. cough ia .'ies -'Aid next Tuesday after- rclmvcd In noon, December 7, In the bajj. of their church. There will be socks, bedroom slippers, child- ren's dresses, lingerie, dresses for habits, and many other art- icles too numerous to mention. Ten per cent, .ot the. proceeds will lie .given ..to the Patriotic Fund. sale, opens at :f o'- "The 'early'bird'catch- es the worm." -5 The wedding of Miss Annie Carson, anil Mr. Percy Harpley of the 3fHh Battery, will be solemnized tomorrow, night in St. Andrew's church. Mr. and Mrs. George- Fames enter- tained last evening in honor ot Mrs. W; Embury, who is leaving shortly for England. Mrs. Gilbert' Mitchell's 1'ricmls will be glad to hear that siie'lias'recovered sufficiently to be movpil to tlie home of. her .543 "Sixteenth street North. Mrs-. Allison's section .of'the Ladles' Aid will meet on .Saturday af- ternoon at S.lip, at her home, Seventh avenue all work is brought in. The engagement' is ot Gertrude, ddGsL-daugGter of Mrs. E. Dinning, to Walter Horace Carnill, youngest son of Mrs. M. Carnill of Mansfield, England. The wedding will lake place on December 23. tcot'Jdosc cuiigfj. Excellent for bronchi-' croujr pjul Keeps t perfectly tanles dreii like it. Piiicx is a spcciul uiifl concen- cymuouiid .of 'ecnuinu Norway piiic rich in' puiiiacol, waicli is iir to the incnib nines. oid tlisiinpointlii "iiV. ouncus pt anything else. of absolute satisfaction, or money prompt- .'ly rcf u tilled, jjoes with. Ihia preparation. The Pliicx Co., Torqjito, Ont. To" avoid tlisiinpointliicnt, ask your grucffist "iiV. ouncus of do not accept anything else. A members of the L.O.B.A. will meet, this evening in thc Moose hal'i. The first- ami degrees will be eleciud.' All members are'; requested to he present ,_ Suut. and Mrs. Penuefatlier enter- Montreal, Que., Dec. many other Presbyterians in Canada vote on the church union question like the Montreal churches have done, there is not much chance for sonic time to come of bringing such a movement about, before the vote was taken, it was said that' there would have to he an overwhelming majority for it in order to insure its adoption. There ate -19 in real. Though the voting period c'x- pirntl yesterday only 35 churches have thus far reported anil they show a innjociiy of six votes against the union, exact figures in favor of thc union against.union last evening. "Of red and whita 'carnations, 'yrer'e used' in decor- a ting the drawing rooms. Tlie hostess wore a. becoming gown oiYnlack Etitin with a' black lE.ce overdress; At the conclusion the prizes. were 'awarded -to ifrs; Rainier and Mr. A. G. Oliver. The guests includ- ed Judge Simmons Judge and Mrs. Jackson, Inspector and Sirs. Chancy, Air. and Mrs. J. R. Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Shepherd, Mr. and Mrs. Tinning, Mr. Thompson, Mrs. Starnes, Mrs. Fane, Mrs. L. M. .lohnstoue, Mr. Blundell Dr. McNally and Captain Birnie I cthbndge SHI c the early days amll is well-known, and was at one time a member of tlie city council. Mr. Freeman's entrance into thc I field provides thc citizens with a choice of: the pres- ent, commissioner; Arthur Reid, L. Mackenzie and M. Freeman. Offi- cial nomination tafees place on Mon- Mr. Freeman handed his resignation from his position at the power house, to Commissioner Reid, last evening At a meriting of the Lcthhridge branch of'.tile .law society, .held on Tuesday, it was decided to contribute all annual fees pounds for CELERY; good Z pounds-for JAP Special per ,box GRAPES; finest. J pqunds for Pel pound t. ppr flozen i APPLES; Molntosh Xo 1, leCti pouudb for I 33c 25c 25c 25c 75c 35c 30c e i ;