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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, December THE LETHBBIBGE DAILY HERALD AII First Prize Goods Blue Ribbon Tea BLUE RIBBON COFFEE BLUE RIBBON .Ribbon: Coffee and Blue Ribbon Baking: Powder hayfe the BFtie Ribbon Tea is famous for. They are ,gilaranteec5superior to ail dthers. And if you buy of. these articlis you are at liberty to return it and have your .but we know you will prefer to keep the goods. THE LETHBRIDGE LAND AlD COL CO. "9 modern, with good barn. Ap. 'S'rboined fully modern 'ho'use on Courtland street, -barX on So'jt x.152 fd. "C..; I 5 a-qomed.-'cotta'ge, with, small stable on ,2 lot's, groomed fully modern "Souse.' on Fisiier. street Easy '.r, .J.-; juf f '.-3 corner lots, facing east.; 'adjoinipg -bid fair at 2 ib ts- on Cutbill-. between and -tJondpiu. oii" Ford street; neaf fire 54500. -I" of .Commerce Bldg. 423 MUNICIPAL NOMINATIONS Macleod Macleod, Dec. following cit- nave been nominated in the coming municipal elections: t'Of-mayor: Treanoluis Dickson and D. it. caanot. -be loag..be: tore the spot appears. The ..greatest! 'remedy to stop the Litieral's, however, have a- fight Deing very sniaiiJ "'p'if" pro- vincial' ObrougJis 'and, -as 'these'" are' widely scattered -give -a :more. Accurate' 'ideVqf -'the" general'- trend tfi'e electorate" than Saturday's "voting. Tlae ynionists _a, 'great ngiit- in .Liverpool ajn-d, expect to- --win -tfte. Excfiange- divrisipn, the- only one Held by_ the Li-berals., In some .parts o'f the u particularly Hunting- "donsliiTe, -'floods-- are.; interfering ser- 'campaign.; Tne'-batch of unopposed returns today made the standing' of parties, 'early this-' after- noon -as ANOLD WANTS -r' INVESTIGATION it is understood that C- 31.., City engineerr will. ask-ihe.-council tbnight'for the appointment of a -special com- -mission to investigate :charges-: against him .relative to the. grading of the Henderson. Park. U N O PMQNE: laa-t-. SQC1AL.AND PERSONAL Visiting Days Hostesses tomorrow: Mrs. J., B. Murray. Stafford- .Mrs. C..M. Arnold. il. Mrs. "Wiliiam" Prbiise. Wednesday afternoon at, 1 woman of- the congregation is urged to be present and assist with 1'oir the bazaar the so- ciecj' intend holding ba the-afteraooa of December-aSth; .MJTS.' A. Buchanan eeive -tomorrow.; -busi- James Peat-, .of Petrolea, Ont, I Bess "meeting home' of Mrs. New Dayton, and Uiewburn .on Saturday afternoon. The this cilyTor'a few days. and little Katnleen the latter part'pf the weekffor Larimore, S. D. to speii-d.'.the" hoMays. entertained a: informally at dinner Saturday1 -'Covers were laid the prettily appointed board, "of fonned after Miss Green and bee epnipjinion.iwnp- escape'd from St. at J. R. Anderson Katurday evening a dancing club, was of the new planned..for a.seriesibf four "dances -before. Lent" and probably a be given" during .fc'a-B.ter will all fbe'r'out by this eyenang and should members, in the morning, 'i'heffirst dance willrbe held next day'- ;eyenlng. f '-'If-the; just as smooth as 'have.xbeen the throngs of the even- managers of the rink pro- a .'sheet of be '.wisHred' for this Windsor were.; 'v'" it ii reported at tribes- men in. Morocco .sxirprfseo.. Neir Deering, Junction, with a baby -in her f skaters seemed. to- enjoy _ T newl rink to the fullest Saturday- A _ T T managers of the rink expenditures was react _and .passed A nfew mem.- :was welcomed in'tb.Hhe v yards cotton, 1 'dozen safety pins T- flannelette, I4.J5S. 2 ttoz. ?toweis, 86 sheeting, G.'nisht -S-K20; -1. pair hemming sheets and rslips.; for new "hospital, cartage" expenditure a total ex- .'during Novem-ber May ydiir patronage always be by our merit Gil more 2nd A North Baker Phone 102? ife, ;3334. -Co'rk 4 Roche, "National, M Plealy, .Independent National 2092 J. National, W. O'Bnea, Independent Nauonal, 759 L-ondonr'DeCv following late the the narae-bf- TELEGRAPHIC 1RIEF3 .'.Mrs. Lankan, Ined in Visita tlon Lane, Montreal, went to market leaving three small children alone the hpuse Fire broke out and, the eldest'child, four 3 ears, age was badly bumed tnat sae died, f Indicted for' tlie alleged' of 5 from the Ro.ckporti.'Ma.ss., tibnal former! committed; suicide. Mrs, .St. Laurent; a Montreal man, wliile crazed with eceamf1, ed -barefoot through the streets to1 house One Joalyn, ac five weeks a new pidt> "Saloda grant and dencious flavor-te- 'the' atHha'l.ljvst isspcsai season is at its -lie r The although w_e are all in a wild rnsJi" getjiag ready for stUl -.there .are visitofs in the city" is-; and little ".'.affairs are planned for, i'tneir' of drugging her, was aiTested 'Dams for conseiving the waters of lns mail from Icelandic Kg: "the "Misaiss'ppi river at GTiH a.EA Lons Island, iian He frowned as Lakes, Oat aie neaily compMed -------------------------------------r---------f E. vail be in iea.diness foi majority 461..' j fresnets Matthias, viscount j majority ,138: Bjorn BierHson and, team tdogs went thro ash the ice TAYLOR rs D A. Dec 4th, to Dr and- a daughter Liberal .Simpson, Williams, majv Liberal, the arms'." rom .-a Boston "Maine was- Reason foi- Liberals Total.. government Unionists is SALVIA. the .great Arnerica.n...'iiair grower.' first dis- covered in England. SALVIA fur- nishes, nourishing-it to. the hair roots and acts so quickly that people are amazed. A large bottle for 50c. polling -today- in sixty- me'mDers. la- the old. parliament Un- ionists 35 of these ;seats; Lib- erals oo; La'b.or NationalisLs 1. Captain Edward Hanson and three of the crew ,of the lia'd nar- row escapes wlien that, craft, sank in Lake-Michigan during-a.heavy; storm. A Statement, of Facts Backed fay a 'f, t Strong Guarantee We -guarantee, complete all- sufferers' from" constipation. 4la every: case Tvhere we fail we will supply the medicine free. Rexal Orderlies are a gentle, effec-. iive; dependable bowel reg: ulator, strengthener'and Tirer re-establish nature's .functions in a auiet, easy way.. They 'do not cause any inconvenience, griping 'or They are so pleasant to take and- work so easily that they may-be-taken- by any one at any time. They th'of-; ongaly tone vp tue whole system to healthy actnn'ty. Recall Orderlies are unsurpassable acd iQeai for the use of .children, old folks and not too biglily recommend them- sufferers from any'form of .constipa- tion and its attenda.ni; evils. Two siz- es, lOc-and 25c.- Remember, you, can obtain.. Rexall Remedies.in this.cqin- mu'nity only at o.ur Store.. J. D.'Higinbothain Special Agents. until -after .theinew- ylSV "many gtolie on Ward, events will-occar in city of ours', r w.a; .--'E, feceiv- v. f! 'l The' 'hostess _v.tier many visitors wearing the "daintiest imaginable gown of soft silic, the graceful over- edged with flu tings of Persian "ribbon in old blue and rose Tne butterfly waist was worn overCa slip, of fine" embroidered net "Addy, w-ith 'her sister; looked very pretty' in a pale jD'ifte' gown witi band- angs of heavy cream silk embroidery and. seed pearl trimmings. A low -bowl tilled" with a shower of creamy roses and foliage and a bouquet of helio- trope" chrysanthemums adorned the drawing room, in the dining room white, chrysanthemums graced.; the at- tractive tea ,-which. -was presided o.ve'r .by Mrs. Murrell-Wright, who wore a smart costume of crushed raspberry eolienne and fetching toque of-gray squirl with; feathery aigrette in shaded gray and' raspberry tones. Labor' ma Young, ,C. CC 38'Jp: A-: -tob-in., Lmionist, 1801 Sunderland (two- seats) Hamar .J.Qhoson-, Hicks, Samuel, Unionist, 1912.. J-.- McCallum, -Joshctt, Lib- Lon-don'. Horsley, Sir P. Magnusr Unionist; MarylebonV Spokes, Sir S. E> Unionist, 977. Southw-alk.-Wos-tr-Strauss, Sir. W. H. Unionist, 164. Soutlnvalk, H. Carr, C. A. Pp-yvnall; Libj. 922. Southwalk H. J. G-lan ville, Dumpliries, Liberal, 969 Strand', Long, Uaion. Major 3213.- Crooks, Lab., WvA.' Union. 295. Duncan, Lab 1006. 'Brighton (two' NicK- Captain G. G. Tryon, Union. "Rice, Union. 061.. "Lib., C: Arbuth- not, Unibiit 95; H. "JM. So- cialist. Lib., Htnnikcr stoRv coujjbs, cures IHBBS Lethbiidge, c to Mr and 8, J H a son. to get satisfaction in buying meats. Our -aim to establish 'a reputation for ALWAYS supplying the very, choicest meat, fowl, fish; ibutter and eggs is being realized. We bare "viron the Confidence of an .Increasing, patronage by sending the best having and alwavs o'ettiiiff it thc-3'c on time. Trv week. If don't Miss "Ruth Freeman; wearing-a-dainty .Unioii. 56 F. -B. Couldney, -i white lingerie frock and large black! independent Unionist. beaver .hat, Little" 'Enidj Lifc-., J. K. Fos- Hamiiton was Kept -busy opening the tier. Unioru'116'; Taylor Socialist. door. She wore a pretty frock of pale! Burliani City W: Hills i blue and "Dorothy Dainty'' nair bows. are lieua to aiul vi ould like to your acqiiainiance. 815 Bedpath Next door to. Miss i 4 Opposite Doctor Mewburn's .all- kinds of Irish linen ;g Toil ''should see our hand embroidered .aidiL' Inh-ial- bowels and pillow casesv A lot of other things that will appeal to you for XMA3 presents; and your friends will be delighted with them. It is the work of the Irish peasant -that ias won world wide -fame and made of -heavy linen .that 'will" sianfi'tlie wear and tear of every day., use. Cail early and get your choice. Toe fascinating little fairy of the jjcme, wee Mary, quickly made friends with, her mother's guests and tneir hearts immediately with winsome ways. her up" let us know about, G. Hill Block, Dufferin St. Miss -Cooksley's Old V-' -Phone.y52i This siiop is wiiis any oilier shop in the-'city. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES St Monica's Guild-meets in the par- isii ball tomorrow afternoon. Unionist'acclamaiion. Captain E. Knight, Union. 307- St. .Clover, R.. Swift, Lab. 795. j Warwick and II. Borridge.- E. M. Pollock, Union. 954. j Lab., Col. j j "Aberdeen n. 3. i Aberdeen B. Esslcmont, Smith, Liberal, 2316. The .Junior Auxiliary of St. Augus-j "Ivdin'ourgh East Sir J. Gibson, I tin's parish will meet Friday at four o'clock. j -Kiipx Church- Guild will be the re- j jcipienis oi' .a special. -treat, tliis even-i ing, .Mr. J. D. -Higinbolhara, having! consented to give, an illustrated ad- dress on "Palestine or the Holy C'anicron, Lib. Edinburgh J. A. Clyde, Unionist, 450. Edinburgh Central C. E. Price, .1985. Edinburgh South Lyall. Murray, Dr. J. H. Klvejs.. will address .the [members of Wesley League this even- Mothers! Preserve Your Childrefj's tfair .Every mother should see that, her children's hair is, dressed, with Paris- taking for his subject the "Life j ian Sage, the wonderful hair restorer and germicide. A little neglect on your part now. may mean much loss rvnrian's Parish AnvJliarv of beauty when your grows up. C-jpnaus Pansli AUMliaix Better Than Cure meets Thursday afternoon at four parisjail sage is a rigidly guaran- o'clocic with Mrs. Wellington, G13 Cut-j tged-liair restorer and cures all scalp DM street. diseases, prevents Hair from faliirjg I out and creates a rich luxuriant Wednesday afternoon the Wesley! growth.of hair, a glory to woman and Ladies' Ait! intend holding tneir Christmas sale m tlie club rooms beginning at three o'cloclc. Hosts of appropriate gifts may be'secured and tne pantry table promises to be es- pecially well stocked. Aid meets in tlie hasement, or Ti i the pride of man. i A pleasant hair dressing ladies] Ii3fe.it, andVyour druggists, Jackson Cope; guarantee every bottle that they sell at 50c. sianci ready to refund your money if jl. fails to do Its work. j .By mail ''postpaid from Co.. Tori Brie, i thai the Girl wirlt the Auburn Hair by Jackson Cope. BRITISH -COLUMBIA FRUIT 1ANDS Offer." an .oppoxUinity f Profitable Indus- "most enjoyable conditions. "Why not come to Sunny Okanagan? Here, one' lives in a mild and health- ful climate amid most I'eautiful surroundings. Fruit growing in this" district gives a magnifj- jeturn for money alicl I.iLor invested. Families are becoming independent from a few acres properly tilled. CARLiN ORCHARDS in Upper pkanagan is the choicest, tract in Southern British Columbia. ft is right'on' at a "depot. II fronts tm-a. navigable river. The 'soil- is raellbw and -very ferule. No irrlga-tion is needed. It has good no stone, no waste winds and no fruit ..pests. It is CLASS.'.'A." in .every .respect. To insure.early- settlement of- the property'tho-prices ar tremely low, In 1'ac: they will never he miuaiheti in British ..-.lo'. 10.to .20 .acre blocks at to rxer acre. property is ready for planting and the rest very light, clear'nig. Small cash payment, and deterred payment can be made on the laud. Write .for-illustrated- jjanijihlet L. 524. Fender St. W. Vancouver, B. .G. ;