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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Dccpiuber H, 1013 THK LETHilRIIHiK HERALD Page Co's. WHITE HOUSE COFFEE CARDSTON GIRL STRUCK IT RICH (Coolihm-d From Kreat Page! fcrfs'a colfce h I c h more J_good things are "saW lhan tfl any the market. Km Cemjviny LEHIBKIDCt The recipient of the receiv- ed UIQ congratulations trf her fellow and' thoso present, 'and IKeso ivero extended to her a'jlg as- stant Miss Lull whom larker credited with much of the. suc- ss sLe had gained. The contest matia- er Leaved a sigh relief that every- ling aas now over, and called on Mr, to say a few words! This ibe ocular maglbirate dlj lu felicitous lancer. Ho recalled St. Paul ver to help tho vomen oj Macedonia, ut declared that. Judging from ihe esult of the contest.'the ct Southern Alberta required no help. le was glad oj this, for ho would lu- Identally mention ho was a sut- ragetlo at Ho ccinpllincntcd Mr. Dyce on llio thorough and Sale of I ff AND PAINTED FRIDAY AFTERNOON FROM' TO 6 The work of lira. J. P. Cheney nr.d at hfr residence." 122i-5thAve.S. aasortmont will make most, acceptable Christmas GtftE COMMITTED'FOR TRJAL Macleoci, tiGc! with se- curing wonky und-er false pretenses before Po- lice Magistrate George here this mom ing committed for trial. Win sol, it is passed a cheque To ton Tuttle rh" Queen's Hotel but the latter on casl: ing the name at the B. N. A. bank dls covered that the youuff man had n account tticiiln. suspected de- linquent duplicated the trick for ?I at Pincher Cretli; but the hounds1 of" tho law' shortly after "toot tip his trail and-locating him at Fer- uie, haled.him back to Nacleod. manner In he! had conducted tho contest. HEs first acquaintance with htm was al Calgary where he met hlci ti'hile engaged In t tarrviug out a simitar content for the' Morning Algerian. From what be knew of ho had every couJldeuoe that tho tubtcrlptlou campaign would tio conducted oa strictly honorable. Ilneo Ti'Uh fair play lo all candidates.1 confidence, he was was, Ehaied by tho Jlerald in engaging and i retaining Mr. Hyitfs services In-the jditfereat Considering the jsiato moiiev market, he could 'not help thinking that Uie candidates had done well. Tlio'following ii this dual' result, which represents iho distribution, of over J2000 In prizes and commission by tlio Herald: MISS ROSE BARKER, Cardlton, Alta 1.87V15 MR. WM. H. H1NDLEY. Migrjth, I.ITr.SOO MISS VERTA PICKEL, 1312 6th Ave. S..........'........ MR. CIIAS. WESTLF.Y, 917 8lh 81. S.... MISS MAYME McMAHCN, Baroni, MISS ETHEL Lf RAMSAV, 3t. Kllda, Alta.................___ MISS M. E. SIMPSON, Frank. MRS. E. ARMSTaONG, S37 I3lh SL S......................... MR. WALTER OBORNE, ioth St. 'MR. B. MB. EDWARD READ, PInchcr Station, Alberta MISS MARY McDONALD, Blalrmore, AIU.................... MISS ETHEL SAUNDERS, 6Jt3'10th St. MISS BESSIE BEATOK, 72o'lOth St. MRS. A. B. p'lPEs! 5th Ave. S............................ MRS. O. H. BENSON, Diamond MISS LAURA TELFER, Fernle, B.C............'............. MISS EVA MUTTON, 814 6th Ave. to be.of Kingston, hired rpwboat at Hamlf- ton 'and theli' disappeared, leaving a note1 Vicar-General Jla- lioney he'notified...., If I Ate that I Would Die You will Never Fear Food if you 90 to a Dinner Carrying one Llltle Stuart's .Dyspepsia Tablet You ueert'nt al] "fhose sav- ary dJahea just fcoeau-se you are aim id if what tho stomach will say to them. timed .with, a box of Stuart's -ia. Tablets you can bid. defiant1.! to he moat cantankerous stomach and JG assured that your food will be .lerfectly digested In spite of s objcclloiis MISS JEAN PATTERSON. 6J2 Sth St. S.... MISS. FLORENCE SHAND. 343 1Slh St N MRS. L. B. Alia MR. WM. ISAAC, Nobleford, Alii. MISS MAGGIE MOORE, 1731 6lh Ave. N. ___ MISS S MISS CLARA 'BJOHKBLAo, 1220 5th Ave. 5 CHIEF MOUNTAIN, Blood Rtttrve, Macleod TOTAL VOTE 7T7 5 CDITEB BY 1NO- 1224 mi should MTCI tell 1f him self to his disailvaiitage. Peo- jlo may bo amused arid laugh at the time, hut they will te ieineniljeied and brought up against him at some future Hostesses tomorrow': Mrs. Holand Crawford, 1260 Sisth Are. Jlrs.-Riguy, who is ill at-the Cialt hospital, is clqing nicely. ;5 and Mrs. lUuengcr, pi Xcw Dayton, have returntd alttt spending the week'end with li.-.E. Hicith. -e. Mr. and His' A'.'A." Smiih return- ed tooay from Calvary, where they attended the Shriners' ball. Miss Annie Dixon, 06 Calgary, has returned after spenaing the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.v A; Hall. The St. Cyprian's. Junior Boys' Bible class will bold a social .In parish room at' 8 .o'clock. All' are welcome. t Tlie executive of -Wesley-1 Sunday school will'meet on .Thursday evening at the home ol' Kolahd Craw- ford. Mem'jers are asked to bear .tha dale in mind. J105 was the sum realized .bjv the Ladies' Aid of 'clnirtli at their handkerchief and apron ba .zaar. The booths'were'in charge o' the following ladies Fish ST., ant Jlrs. W. V. .1. Alexander. Waterhoust, Mrs S. E. Jones, .Mrs. Gray and Sirs Duller. Tea Table Mrs. Riirgniin; ii'rs Hart, Mrs. H: Ingram and Miss N'el son. M.tvery Banquet you Some Person who li Afraid of Food." Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are a and those clc- that rriiitt ie secWed by tlie If tlio food la to bo digested. 'hen tho stomach falls to Eecrete these'-Olgedtfvo :e only, Is, to supply F ifficlcnt Quantity of theSe elements dig-est the food. This la tho sch ce for TTh'Ic-h Stuart's Dyspepsia ''-'s were made anrt they nrc rec- nmendcd by' leading doctors and 'l.qfs. One or two of these tab Is sufficient to digest th'o larg- t dinner, stop almost In- Artly all forms of Indigestion, heart- rn, (llxxlnees, brash and dysentery. ,rt's Dyspepsia Tobleln contain elemenlr, a single grain 'o' ilch Is capable, of digesting 3.004 of food.-siich as meals, eggs. vegetables, a'fnrchos.and mln- il. matters of all kinds. :f your alnmach lit.sluggish or 'worn I, let Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets your, digesting for you until the imach can recuperate. Give It a lo vacation. It lias a hard enough ugglo hi the with all you In 11. And even when yoiir slo- ch Is-ln rorfjct will lor.ally need one after a big iquel or other' social: affair that ca your stomach In the -utlermbst. .lake Stuart's iDyspepsla .Tablets ever ready friend and assistant Get a 50c box of ir family rerr.edr Icr Coughs Ul twttit. jloce Mrs.-L. M. Foster Ins returned to her home in Utah after 'a three j months' visit with her sister, Mrs. J. A. Youog. V -f Mrs. Robert K. Skeith welcoraed a very largo number of callers yester-; (lay, when she received for the. first time in I.ellibridge. The hostess was assisted by JUs. T. E. Hkeith (Coal- Mrs. J. Higlnbothim, Mrs. K. A. Sto'l'tze, Mrs. K. U. Ry- laniis and Mrs. (New Day- Miss Khea Kaake anil' Miss Agnrs Livingston were the lit- tle attendants. At thn regular meeting'of Map! Leaf Chapter, No. 7, Order .of th Star, held last nlghl'ln tb MaEODic-hall, in addition UL ual business, there waa held.tbci an r.ual election of officers, -whlcft re suited as follows: W.M., :Slii If Scott; W.P., Vc. J. T. Graham; A.M Mro J. Jones; Mrs. 3. Young A.-Con., Mra. S. B. Mitchell; Sec Mlsa J. HobUon, and Treat., Mrj. J B. Humphrejs. These1, together wit' (ho officora to ho appolnt'e'il by tti will bo Installed at th next regular meellog of the Chapter lo ba held on January 6. -v. ,n The .Sons of ICngland Foot6all clu' will hold a dance in the S.O.B. hal on New Year's Eve. Invitations wl be- Issued in a day Wesley Ladies'. Aid .wHl Booking table at- their pej and serve lf. Many visitors called during the lal'e'aflerr.ouH yeslctrtay, when Mrs. J. llornc was lormally al home for the first lime this season. Red, white and pink carnations ueaulined and pcrlumcd the drawing-loom, where the hostess rtcf Ivcd, 'wearing a hand- some green satin costume with an overdress..of black lace and, sequin. ThV dmliig tanlc was pretty with (Jink snapdragons and. smthx and was preslttfil over by Mrs. Tlie Mission report for No Y. Nelson, who w'nre A smart. P'emh" gown ,o! navy .Hue Ionian! and black vrlvot hat- with hluo plumes. Miss Marion Marrs, prettily sown- ed In pale, blue, and Miss .jcnsle !lorn, Iho daughter o! the home, daintily, frocked In white, were deft assistants. CLUBS AND The Six-Sin elub mrefs tonight with Miss lluchanan at 313 Thir- teenth St., R. t pfrKiiux Ladiea' Aid are'-ryminrtfd-'ot t'fircc o'clock (oniorrow'aflerooon. _ Patients eared fo? 2 No' ot Pai'fnts catcii loiw9 Pyjama Suits for Men's Wear .Men's heavy Imported Flan- nelette Pyjama Suits in neat pat- terns. Just the weight for win- terns. Cut with turn down collar and rocket, just the weight for winter wear. All ff 4 ff, sizes; reg. (2.00 9 I'.OU We successfully combing essentials- Elegance, Ecbriomy. Read this news Famous English Biailsrriith Boots Women's Boots in i. in button :Btyle .Cut illh ined- and Cuban j; A' shoe; that, will of .hard to -Regular nc per pair Women's- Bluchers Gun Metal Women's'- Gun Metal Blucher alylb boots toe caps, medium soles and heels', ehort vamps. A verj- shoe: College style.. Sizes lo 614; Regular 1 Men's 'Leather Lined' -An eilra-Bmart 'EJore, -'farfiyi' toe' 'cap, 'slip heels' and sVIng i shoe for yoiins- raenl. lined. 10. IteV. ?5.50'.'...: One'of'the best vearlng be had at any price. 'Black tor choc ol ale. cher style, with calf lined qaar- cbrome willow calf, solid heels. -'Sizes 6 to 11; Regular Grain Leather Lace.Boots Boys' Grain Leather llools in .lace'- Btylc, cut with good wide "toe" and heel. Is solid leather and will splen- did satisfaction. Sizes 11 to 2. Regular. 42.76, for C 1 QC .per pijr......... 9 I >tf 9 Comfy Slippers -for.House Wear Women's, Girls' and Misses' House Slippers, cut from fine plaid felt In'tan shades. Com- bination felt and leather soles. decorated wltb jioin-pom on toe. i All slits Regularise 3UC Romeo Slippers for Women Romeo Slippers for Women with neat trimming of near-seal around [lie ton. Iflexiblo.EolUa and inch, heels. A11 CM X sizes; rog. 52.25....' Cordovan Boots for The Working Man A splendid shoe for tha Cork- ing man, solid leather throtig- oul, extra strong and guaran- teed solid leather sole, ueol and counter. Sizes seven to ten. Regular 14.00 S2.25 Patent Leather Ladies' Boots lllucticr styles In leath- er footwear for ladles, dull kid uppera and jilaln medium ividth toe. A dress shoe for smart uear.- Sizes to C1 7Q C. M.OO 1-1 W Boys'Box Calf Blucher Boots Bos Calf DUiclior Boots for Loys. filling lael .with toe caps, solid leather and" square heel. -SptcrirlEd fur school wear. Sizes 1 lo 6, QK (2.50 I Ladies' Slippers in Smart Styles Women's Vtul Kid Slrap Slip- plain fronts, one slylft in. four strap, another style In- single strap 'svith vlurn and.medfum. and Cuban heels, suitable for -matron wear. Regular for 4 CfY per v I iwU Ghilds' and Misses'- Box Calf Bluchers For school or street wear, box calf in. blucher style, guaran- teed solid throughout. ntfgujar Sizes S lo 10M Regular }2.00 Sizes o to 714 Regular Sizes S lo Clr.' Wilson have met on the jmosl of it. are in r-lheir. joint appeiirancc 'tonight should Hull swing. The Citizens Ticket 'bring out the crowd. J rooms In both Xorlh Tomorrow night cue of (he largest p V. open IStfce'vcrfniRtit with meetings ol the we I If hard at- Hum- Rurgnfann's i yesteiilaj' .ojicncA in the Citizens the Whitney blocV and'is mating' a! make their 01 eek will bc.helil in nth St.; Ticket car.di.htes g' a i make their appearance. This Hill stiff flgbt.-.K. Wilson.-l-.has- -Ms iMr.Mlefd's first appcarniice in Nortli ''C campaign offices in Wilson Skcith's l.cthbridge, and wjll he ready lo ofnces.on 5tli St. S. Various other 'answer some- ol the- r- caniiidales> will likely open ol him in past campaign meelingi. lor last lew days pi the fight. The betting all al sea. Mosi cf tlie bets posted so far arc fivp to one that the win-. Messrs. Hartlie and (Jrace will speak, as one nr'tiVor-' prominent citizens supporting jlatc. John Oilinore will preside. ;