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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 'to-noihing. profit to ours elves. i ;l Squirrel for .....S11.25 Marmot lor ..0.-X. Squirrel 323.30 for Sable ?20; for White Thibet Sli.50 58.25 Child's Thibet 312 for Marmot: SlS.for Black Persian for ;.'-yj Marmot for WRAPPER SALE A choice lot of wrappers jr for women, made of good wrapperette in navy, :red, gray and black patterns. Regular. for 89c NIGHTGOWN SALE Made of extra quality of English flannelette in pinlc, made and silk embroidered. All sizes and regular ?1.50 for only 95c SALE 1-.- -Made. with form-fitte. of moreeii and lieatiierljlopin Regular valuC-. Janu- ary Clearing, Sale Price, FANCY COLLARS Dutcli. collars, jabot's, made of lawnr aud ?V silk. Some are beautiEuliy. V Regular 35c' v-> to 75c. Trice, 25c WITNESSES PRISE OF THE GAS IN Twiners' Evidence. Unshiken In Cross-Examin- ation in Beiieyue standing of Mining Terms LOCALS LOST TWO GAMES AT MACLiD Finals in Bonspeil 'Are Being Played Off This Afternoon The results of the bouspeil up till twelve o'clock today Bcllcvue, A'ta., .Ian. The morn- more clear in answur to Wootis- Burns Boyd. 9. Competition Perkins, 13: Harris vs. Duff, and the fin- upon-thu stand aiitl put thrbiiirh :i long and exhaust ivn croas-e-vamiiiation, Mr. Woods. ECilTED BV U M RESIDENCE O3O itoba. Mr-; a- iinrl Frifindk' wish If i --rf-f contractor, and .all (him happiness .he ".Is 'going to enter into while' away, and when he returns he will be a> union i i man, of the order of .SOCIAL AND PERSONAL .Mrs: C. F. .willreceive tomorrow. V.ickie'and-the "jury all taking" n hand ing his life in further. finals will be finished today. Mr. Bo'vio also a good wit-j Uraud 10; DuEl, j ness; giving his juisxycrs-direct-.when Struthers, 10; Boyle, G. Airs. Williasn-Sharraan and the Miss- es Shanuan will not receive tomorrow. .Mrs. J. Ritchie enterrainocl six Sir! friemts at a dainty little luncheon yesterday as ii courtesy to Miss El- aine Conybeare and .Miss V'era of" Calgary. The charmingly appoint- ed table was adorned with Perfection carnations, arranged in silver and cut E. W. McMulicu, manager o! the The honor favors were 'Merchants Bank, has ..reLurned .home s Adelaine Heuacrson :aft-er spending theN. in l of ii f and Fred Downer.- ihe boys and girls who-spent the evening so pleasantly winth'vMiss Helen and her brother Letnhridse. the I Mrs. F. W. Downer. ear's holiday ue'sf of Mr, and THE-: [Charles McKillop'was The 'Hospital .Aid .Society, will., meet ('ccted to that office. Consolation'will be closed tomorrow. Siass-individual bouquet holders and Th of this Germs in Her System i jcss> though the gas. body might e licnd oi the examination j tctul between the two points. In replv j his witness was to establish as; to Mr. would not-'swcar ih-.it ilciinitety KS poEsibk- the location of such was actually the .case, .because the gas'lu- and Buvio had discovers! ijic had nol. examiimi the 'whole riis- Woman should Rcsd this Ad- tin- occasion oi liu-ir examine.- 1 tancc. Some i-n tandem en t here oc- 0 lion .of i lie oM workings bctwwn currcd over ;he of vice and .he Gencraw cliutrs sixty and seventy-nine terms. Uovio 'stated that llin i that Goes With It a shower of the carnations nnd ferns Koss, were: Misses Muriel. McLeod: Lcttice and Dorothy Bentley, Adel- aine Henderson, Isabel McBeth Cronlvhiie. Dona Murray and Haley, Fred Downer, William son, Fred Fred Johnstone, 11- 4ttli -.________j iff Wallace and Edward Patteson. of Mr. Charles C. 'Morgan, 564 Howe sccouti _ street brother-in-law of the bride, Hlginbotliani: recorpmg Emraa. daughter of j Mrs. Lafferty: IJj.s. M. J! Dobie and her J was inmarriage by tary. -Mrs. W. J. Dobie, 'returned last night from Leth-jthe Rev. .1. A. Mr.'.lames-S. j urer> yirs u j. Goode; mitte'e, '.Airs.- Ljethbridge, Anderson. .Mrs, Wm. J! rs. A. 31. Scctvy'- r and white was most attracLive, and :tfie clever verses that appeared on" th'e cunning Gibson head place cards created much merriment. the 7th of December, last. Carde.ll gas first discovered was where thern had-worked in tao mine from March was a large spaa- above, and Mr. lust-up to-the-tune oi thu explosion, Woods did not'undcrsta'iii how that hut-his ,work haii. been in scventy-fivp could he'wiien Carflell had said lltai. mention chute. '..Me'was not familiar with he helil his'lamp near the roof of thr [act thai iltc old "'workings from sixty to sr-v-j mir.e. cxplainetl the catarr The number of diseases peculiar to women is such that we believe .this 1 space, would hardly contain a mero lion of their names, and it is a that most of (hese diseases aro of Thc-'members of the Dancing club are requested to note the hour of the assembly this o'clock. The hostesses will be Mrs. J. X. Ritch- sirrhal nature. between the roof and the face. At be well if there is that place ihe nitirh. was in her system. A woman cannot L trace of catarrh (.-my ami did not know how ir.uch of this territory had caved ir, aV the lime of the October explosion, j antPthc race might be some distance i gomexwomen think there is no help Nothing new. was brought out which aljove the level of the roof, "where they i for them. We positively declare this had not been stated by tiic witness, wt-rc standing the lamp be a mistaken idea. Vve are sot yesterday except that he made itjcd gas. Bovio s.vid-he had also Tfi-jsurc of this that we offer no ported Anderson ihe nnvt medicine absolutely free of all cost j dav after the examination had tarCf.i in every instance where it fails to i were bridge, where they have 'been the- McFadden, of Cranbrook.1 .The bride graced the centre of the board, the un-1 guests of Mrs. McClure, Mr. and Mrs'v looked charming'in a broadcloth usual color scheme carried out in sii-jl'ear. and 'Dr. and ijalgan- Hei-ala. bridesmaid. Mr. Frankish supported A.naiuty repast was after-j Mrs. W. II. -Mew-burn, who undei- wards served and later on the happy went a slight operation on Tuesday is jpair left amid showers of rice and j recovering slowly, but not be able sood m. train for j to leave her home for several The choir of Kuox church are going to entertain each other in ihe school te and Mrs. L. .M. Johnstone, and they room oi the church after their regular weekly practice this evening. P.e, will be'a'sslsted by .Messrs. McCuIlough Fower and Robertson. vorld. An engagement is announced be- tween Chas. Lett, of Calgary, Al- j berta, Canada, and Juliet Hay, i ARE L. freshme-nU will be served and a social of Glenholme. Tivoii road, Cheltenham.; iv.-idow' of the late Deiiuty-Iuspocior-! ial General Robert Hay, M.D., Royal navy, i Miss Pcnniugton, who has days with Mrs nold, continued her journey liome co extended on Wednesday night. Years GoRstipation and Sick Headache. place. The jury aro taking great in-i give saiislaction. or does not substan- pointed table, which w; toresf. ant! upon their own iiutiaiivi' ;Uate our claims, no woman should hes- Svith a ttrstely Easter lily, [have the witnesses go'over {he plans to believe our honesty of purpose, ift beil or r.recn ar -with llicm to obtain as correct an 'or hesitate ;o put our claims to a Qf nour spent, i Mr. and JU.-. E. A. Cunningham en- tertained a crv.seniiil group of friends i at diunGi- bal evening conlplimentary to Jlr. and R. t'. Reeve, who leave next cruise on the .Meaiteranean. Covers] hnd for ten at the prettily About fifty seuDle attended the firs: ;vas centred j rehearsal held last evening of the corn- opera "Billee wirl L. Asquiili, of the In- received, -wortl, Brijaiie Major of ror.dilions as ppssihlr. [test Rovio stated that the. ventilation There is only one way in overcome iroori ;'.t all places until they oanic catarrh. That way is through the At tlic conclusion ot blocd. You-may use all the snuffs, SURVEYING THE POST OFFICE SITE ileidachc-seems habitual with many Bovios examination the noon adjourn- pcople; some arc seldom, if ever, mmt was t alien. free, from .it, .suffering continually, and wondering why they can get no relief. "r1 V "r The most frequent of all arc bilious or head acnes, and arc caused by some derangement of tho etpmach or bowels, T or both. Burdock Blood Bitters regulate.-; the SSgosiive and biliary organs, renjnvca soifsity of the storaoch, improves dtgeg- tiin.. regulates the bowels. J. and promotes a perfect circulation of pure blood to af! portions of the body. Mrs. C. Meadows. Clxrksbure, i wntes: For years I was with headache and dizziness, and was also i t was advised to try j _ Bun.lock Blood Bitters. I only took' fUrcr bottles of JhR medicine, rind now and white presenter! under the direction of j J.M- j.-George Harper, on Friday ev-; ening. February .Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Johnstone leave j Theatre, oh Sunday for St. Paul and Minncan- isynop jucnerai nouert nay, :.i.u.t noyai IIH.VV. tins morninj; irorn is been daupter of thejalc George ]Ie o Tr Fowler Bodiagtou. M.D., F.R.C.S. C. M. Ar- i0f the Lcthhnujy; Lompany aU Kuicttert. amt tin1 company has-: The engnceitienr, of Mr. Claude' On the bricade'list as. Brj-an, son ol Bernard Hryan, and Miss Helen Farneas, daughter of the -H clcrans Bri- Enslish :nilIJons ire, hr.s been annour.c- i afiiiiiited .with the Imperial Veterans1 Association o[ Canada. K'oopcr also statrs...that'. CLUBS AND 'SOCIETIES authorities .in Groat Dili tain arc bcins i communicated with, a of 10, in t3ie Majestic i The Ladies'. Aid-society, of Wesle? (sn.uad of the hrJcailc jr.oinj; to (lurches or like remedies for years oiis, where they Aviii spend a few without getting more than temporary weeks, relief ar Catarrh in general is diseased condition of the system that X j shows locally most I'rctuicntly in dis- remr.'.ntler of the' winter. iclioruses of ihe first acl were rehears- A surveyor of the depart- ment of public works is in the city laying om the post fice site preparatory to hav- ing plans for the He and his gang arc working -Mr. Xapicr Smith, Mr. Woods and i ed with the orchestra. The music i society r-lannefi for a Canr.dian even- j .Mr. Galway came up from Raymond to (is catchy, and everyone seems to havt'. jng to be held at the new parsonage the opera, [on Ashmead street next Tuesday ev- be a great j wning at S o'clock. An impromptu held each j mvisical programme wiil be rendered the evening, ancl faithfully administcrcfl. Mrs..Jas. Harris, o soys: "I have found Paris: Hair Wapella, Vancouver, expect to scie.niificaliy prepared fron? the prescription of an f fe-iv on the site today. jeminnnr physician who for thirty I years made catarrh his specially. This remedy is admirably adapted .to. trcatjnent of catarrhal ailments of Sage to bi line oest scaip anu tonic and [oc served, and s.. collection T have over used. My hair iwtioh vrili be added Jo Ihe parsonage i had been romingr cut In combs fuli. return home ihe latter part of this; Mr. and Mrs. farlwright and Sveryone will bo and was dry and brittle, and the month. iuave gone to Lathbritlgc to sreiul welcome at this first social ev-j scalp was alwsrs itchiag and full of HernW. .Mrs. K. L. McCulloiigh received for! T the first timo thi? season yesterday. T.iber corrftanondanl writes: members o; Knox church a. 4. a. j lr. purifieG and enriches the (afternoon, and a great many of her ...'__________I-------- blood, tends TO slop nniOioiis dischflrg like a new person ns I am complcloly T can testify .hat' Tl tt tl 1 nr-o- LOCAL BUDGET B.KTi. is ttte best medicine I have ever Burdock Blood Bitters, has, durin-r tir.i; the last 35 years, bniH up an unrivalled reputati CMoni Ximmons. ThirtccatU Street North, returned to Alberta University. jStrathrona, this anernoon after spend short vsrat'on at Mrs- Pertaining ncr visitors. ed by a number of girls. The i return about, a feeling of health and 1 want yon 10 try Rexall Mucu-j Tone on oar snuiTamee. if you "Mrs. einertaincd a num-'.pnironesses Douglas. not bonefittftd, or for Bny roason not of the "not ouls" !ast Beard, Mrs. Barton. Mrs. B. W. Wright! havo isacfi two bottles of Parisian Sage and it has stopped dniff liftvr r.nti my hnir is fino nnd soft ana piossy. 1 would nor be without Jhis hair tonic for many prfcc." in rn'i committee were f he Misses which will he any0 doubt the fin- Miss Stokes. They were assist-; held shortly after Rei. A. M. Gordon's for the Daintily Oar T.iber corrftspondonl writes: Tuesday evening thp citir.ens of Ta- j indies' AiS society. in the school TO stop luiioious dischflrg- j friends (Ironpec! in for a few Cnj0yed a jolly New Year's yesterday afternoon to elect of- jcs, aids in removing impr.riJies from and a of ,ca. Hrs. j. o. Wil-! 5n th han The momber, of the ficers for 1911. and make plans for a rtcc system, heals ana {Thcns the misruons tissues, nnd brings tte nest month. ecn twenty nnrt thirty satisfieti. simply tell us and we her Miss Hnlen. who is ?.lrs. N. P. Mtinro and Mrs. J. T. perfumed, it is free from grease or The president. Mre. A. B. arjrt to he where ey. id ?hc rorrespondfaS sorrctan, t-r-v member of the family.could it Armstrong. I to {Iieii- ii have tihiiy.' "notile cenpts at or t'ae pvopriptcral Aifer. Co.. Foit Krlc, Ont.T post- pasf vore rfrclcctocl for Tho ffM ,he Auburn Sold A o for Man- -thai of honorary ;js-.f: evory pncknge. Sold and juar ii bv Jacksou