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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 0, TTTB DAILY Page 11 ANOTHER HEAD FALLS gl) River, )nnaii of the High Hivor Times, was [jpointed iiostnmstcr ..horp, -vice otfiie, wlio lmn belli oMice for sev- 'a! years, G. Le Miami, jho well known tob; ihlst, fias returned from a sit to SQiittle. He reports things cry dull.there, great oirUmisUc )i'fit prevjii'ia the pron- erily the city will gain1 on the open- g of the Panama Canal. fr.V8. S. Woodruff, of Ul. Uaih- ,u IDITED ,'Offlco 1224. 774. Krel loves tliDh Faint liolds Liiua. Fear keeps llicc. T. M. Harris. Xn niglil KO ilarlily Its clouds across the sky, Whose never hi Hoods of Hglit on T.ieiV.s n balm for every sorrow, Afi antidote for pain There's hope that .tomorrow The sun will shine agiiin: I'alit! lii'arl, ihcii, anil be Ue hoping for the dawn it is breaking In Viiy.s of glorious "morn. .Mis.s (Jraci! jVlcLnnd leaves On 'Mop-1 :ay aMcrtioofi for t.'algary, where she has'donated, a new pipa'-or- vill be the guest of her sister. Mrs. ii to St. Gcorgu-s duii'cb, R. iUclMvi'ii. Mi'.' ami Mrs. 0. 0. K.' NOUI'KB family leave mi Thursday morning fur: Portland, where they will spend -.U nUHiMi, en to CuUtornia for thu winter, Mi's. J. li. Uixon, of Putarboro, who has 'been a guest with Mrs. S. .1. for Hie past week, loft iliis nftcnioon for her home. Kiisign antl Mrs. La'ullaw, of Salvation have received spce- ial invitations to spend the week- end in Calvary with 'Uommifjsioncr They left for Calgnry- this af- ternoon; Mrs. 'A. .Shannon's cosy bunga- low was thronged with visitors tprdav afternoon, whrii the re- ceiud lor HIL li i tune this The di ittnif io6ms loomd cspcci u ly pretty, in iftianlities of defjp vellow crv.saiilhciniinis. You Get More Bread and Better Bread at THE CITY BAKERY Than at any other place in the City. i PHONE 1181 BROWN AND WHITE COOKING WARE We have just received a large ship- ment of the finest brown and white cooking ware made. Our windows and store will be full of it Tuesday. The finest cooking can be done with this ware: Oval Covered Casseroles Round Covered Casseroles Stewers Pitchers Bakers Bean Bakers Pudding Dishes Covered Bean Pots Pie Plates And numerous other articles. Prices run from 10 cents to each The best value you ever saw 1STAFFORD-AGNEW CO. :OWANS PERFECTION COCOA If food for Growing Girk M4 the Site it. k oourWw theif liifc bodia wJ then hejdiy ind dtonj. CtcMi it tbwlnltlj pure. lam il oUwad kr of the MKVI W Goto. bnu. ilillully B t. Ike Do Yon list. COWM'I Cocoa NOTICE TO ELECTORS Change of Polling Th? North Lethbrldge Polling Dlviilon will be held lir the batement of the Weitmlniter School, 5th Avenue North. .The Central Polling Division will be hold In the Kean block, 2nd Avenue South, GEO..W. ROBINSON, Returning Officer, y callers South- nded tliui. to Mrs aids pieftj Ijoini when slit jistudu affcrnoon J he di iwing locjnifi wue d JIN! pottiil plants 1 flit hostess uoic T. hand some of Piislri bilk uiltd. in ehilfon with wide 'handings spark- Miss Jonas, who rcciMvijd with the ostLJiS UQLL. poun oi p rlt lblue voile, much inserted with lace. j Mrs r Downer pouicii tet it tlie riiiing Hble which cut 1 jiogfv prbtl) its tloilub 'mid b islet of flufh pmK ctjs aniheninms. Mrs Down r uis liecom ins; toilette of Mimtung suk m ua tural shadrs with coin spots in dark- er tones, lovely laei; yoke and narrow pipings 'of-black nnrt cenec. Mrs. iSUmler Kir.lthaui assisted in Hit dining ot in n cc blue loulard ind black hat. Clubs and Societies "If you live out of town, write Tht! Ait- Kccdlc-Work club wilUnecl uilh Mrs Htitjh liroun 011 Mom! I afleiuoon flic 01 th I igue of t church wiJUhold, (jveitiag ou ii, tight o 1o ill the rind thoir friends ait mutu'I i nfc th btoimv -Utfmoou tlieie i gonJ t il c mcftiiig of Ihr Mis- of Knov Lhurch JLS, teidiv is well as interest ing inpir on Hu ruflucnci oi Missions is rt id Mis McClui Mrs. reati a letter from a niissipnin in Soith Ihtst nr noiw time to him. bring tin south into prac I'icul loiicli with ihu workers in -tho missioir field. The f hiHUpn s Misquendp Hill which the Flovrr Guild intends hqld- ing on Ivctt "H e ir s niirhl tiestiits; tiljLiil jmlromB Tht Guild it, un j ileiioniiiiation'tii. pa-lien is jn tht TK ucpkh and floutis distiihnttd to them Hie A oi'f is i good out in 1 should been .couragert TliB Lethhi-iilgi! Flower quests tht isuu oi cf flic cliilthcn (if the cilj) it i fancj dioss to h htld on Hie tint have bocn varnisliwl to make them look HJU., etc Oi( thu Drearies Usl id in Ihr lalioiilou on" of the most fit-qiienth adultcnkd is bi'-iuig pow i (ait to In puff pistt made alum with T ccntit ill with coal-tar. The article gous on stj (C-o htlle Inking rottdci used m iome homes thif this pioduct would seem tomp-ujtiuh ant. Hut'n great'deal of baking paw 'dor, however, is the bought ciki, ml hiscuiU anil ilresass, old gold lace silli frmgo in all iho latent Uvlcs and a hcsl of tilmnnnei that have beiome so popular this hpaeon in oil tho leading centreb of Fashion Victoria Park Addition The High Claw Residential District fjoU 3 and 4, IMock I raoli Lois 12 to lo, Block 3. each Lots (S lo 9, mock 4, crti-li Lots iiiul 17. Hlock 4. cuch bols IS and 19, IJIock J-, each Lots lo 8, Block each 9 l.o 14, IJIock (i, each Lots I! to 4, Block 7. each LoN 17 and 18. IJIock 9. each Lots IS lo 14, Block 9, each Lois 7 and 8, Block 10, each 1-jCiitili, hfilancc 4 and 8 months. Wilkie Kerr Phone 623 Hull Block, next A.R.A I. office ;