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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, January 7, 1911. THE l-ETlIBRIDfiE DAILY IIKlKAI.TV Page 13. N u ew ears on Here it is: To handle the best oiily- f fresh, tender sanitiafyv and to give satistaction id every customer detail COSTS NO MORE tOCi At "-AND PERSONAL very etiarnilni; 'in a supple tatin gown btuft, witli caging or while fiome (root Brandon, where ttey spent ssvanjaown; ana corsage bouquet oV COMPLIES WITH POUND CANS the deep buds. tfrpinl, or Alaoleod, wore n girl- Mayor aa4 Mrs. Adams and ish irock'of pasielle blue satiu, arrived home this soutache 61 "tie f JIB -.extended visit 5n same.' The uaiU-ro Ontario ciUer .'jairl-MA WrsrHugh uonnan, Mr. and will not receive on 'A. B. Mr. and .Monday, nor gain during the winter. J, U Una and- .'iilrs.R.''f.'- ftee've. hVD. Bkaw. yesterday received'Meedaiim JBuchanan, lillchle, John- tne sad news of (he of one of AicGulloush, O'Hagan, Dowu- her, sillers. er Mis.ea ziatchV Do1.. :u K. Mlw hw Mrs. J. K. AnicrtoB'i for the paat ten '-.-Viin'tCi', u; muroi to her home In Macleod ley ;-ro-ja, on- -Monday. Mr. and Hugh Donnan euter- tow at dinner laat For Good Baking After a .Life of Tireless Destruction and Devastation the Dandruff Germ Finaiiy Becomes a Victim to ...r Newbro's Herpicide The dandruff'germtil'.a. busy microbe constantly at work and always doing the thing. Apparently with oi Messrs. Fisher, Street, T. Robercaoii, vvV Kooeriaon. fewer' Newceiube, hUl, Uibboiu, Pink was chosen adorn- Uaiovay, Woods, Burbldge, Mariia- aid cluster of Enchan- Rote, Nniail-.M, Henderson, Me- (meed the eeatre of tho board. The furors were pink ros- es and the bonbem notders were also and la form ot naif-blown Tne tapers.- held In attractive vert thsded with dainty pink oorers. TfcefueeU included Mr. and K. JUeve, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. K. Rone, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Aa derton. CLUM AND tOCIETies Tito of the Baptist partake of a bounteous second of the series of assem- held In tne, Knights of Pythias fiendiBh intelligence it down fcail iastjerenlng, Baarked the final ev- into the hair lollicles, destroys the ent -of the holiday ieitiTities hair life and. finally -crowds out the, Mrs. CJ.N. Ritchie and L, M Uonnatone :were for the hair causing the harmful microbic growth; were in room 'the" o'clock.: After per tne annual 'business meeting will all the members and' supporiit'rs "o 3 FAME'S PATHWAY John D. El well, a well known Brook- lynite, born in Johnson street nearly 70 .years ago, has entered the Connec- ticut Agricultural college at Storm, for the college -winter courses of mi. To Madelelnft de Verchert? mon- uaaent is to and the par- lUment of. Canada is to jpay toward the cost of the undertaking. .Madeleine, de Vercheres was a brave French ftrl ,who held a little fort suc- cessfully against the attacks of hostile Iroquois. In order to secure an appropriate resting place at Annapolis for the re- mains ot jfonn Paul Jones the great American admiral or revolutionary fame, Senator Gallinger has introduc- ed a till pvov-Jttn.g for the completton of the crypt of the chapel at the United States Nava] Academy it is believed that with this sum a. permanent resting place that is in'plant- Telegraphies pV all Saints1 Church presented with a handsome fur coat'-by'thelladies of ajs congfegition. Hafrj- Oliver, a Bamado boy, was accidentally shot- while hunting sparrows near Barrie. recover, though badlv f Acbille RoDuchant'; who robbed poor boxes in R. c. churches at ;6ttawa, sent to jail for two years. Ottawa's building permits for the year totalled Joel of celebrated his U5th firthday. -He taught: school near Berlin in 1S33 and received 550 a term for doing so. But he paid only Jl a week for board and lodging. -Maryland St. .Methodist church, Win- nipeg, has Installed a moving' picture Kay street. Morning at 11, evening at.7.30. Sunday school and Adult Bl- ,ciass-at 3. Minister's Bible class at four. All cordially welcome. Knox Church Shearer, minister in charge. Sun- day services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Adult bible classes at U, Sunday scnool at 3. St. Patrick's (Roman Cathotie) La w mass at S a.m. with coranjunlon. vet ribbon. Farley, of Thomas, was -'of :with Mr. Cyprian's and Mrs. A feature of atreet railway, strikei- waJs' 'the.- iie w ure in the maTter of obtaining atrlke- breakers. ususl-hlring of plug- ugllea armed with' clubs and -revblvers Artfiur street, was adopted beating J into' th'eVusuai- -.of coHeges in THE stend of the 'Nursing Mission. Carnation club hold another their :dnneing -parties in Ue Mall on Monday evening next. daacent The- Ptiiiathoa class wor 'I'hursday e vening whr n ele ven o: memaers met at M. Thomas lira. M. JBnht wore present, was i; bustnew the 'hcrat .of "'Ruth. T.-'F. Ferry and' A. and -as the a report of the committee is expected tnen. jipy awl His Possibilities." Evangelis-ONTARIO MAN WAt uniidren's mass at 9.30 High p.m. at 11 a.m. Suiinay school at 3 Serening service at 7.30 p.m! tic''service In the evening. Bible school and Adult Bble claae at 3 p.m. First Church of Christ Scien- tist will hold services tomorrow at 11 a.m. and :.30 pirn., in tne hall ov- er the; Royal "Sacrament" will be the subject. will be Lutheran in Harper's Hall on Sunday ihe C. i. U. meet every, first and evening at 7.30. Rer. C. Grant will third Sunday at 4 in the basement preach in the English language. The Altar or the convent. Society meets ex'ery second Sunday in tne month at 4 p.ra. in the convent. Wesley Church. The pastor, Rev. T. P. Perry, will preacJi at both morn- ing anil cvsniiig service. He will' take as his morning subject, "The Privil- eges of and as his evening subject, "The Unique Love of God." St. Augustus communion Holy a.m. Mornincr praj'- Really Wonderful How Zam-Buk Gives Ease Seeping with the Tame and achieve- ments or this great hero can be es- tablished. Sweeney, of Toronto, fs a brother of the Anglican of Toronto. er, with sennon, 11 a.m. Sunday school sermon, at 11 a.m. on month. Kev. J. E. MurrclHVright, M. A., rector. St. Cyprian's of Kigiitlj avenue and Kleventh street south. Services: Morning prayer at 11 a.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. Sunday BOVRIL IS THE FLUID BEEF OF QUALITY Sir James Crfchton Browne, M. D., says: is a genuine food and rests its reputation on merit." BOVRIL LIMITED are purveyors to His Majesty King George V. This is the verdict of al! who have tried Zam-Cuk. The woman in the home knows best its value. A bum from the stove, from a flat iron, or a hot pan, is instantly -soothed by Zam- 3ulc. When the little ones faH ar.cl p.m. Evening prayer, or scratch themselves, Zam-Buk r.30 (Holy communion) stops (he pain, and, incidentally, their first Sunday in the crying. Tne best proof or this is the fact that children who have once had ZanvEuk applied come for it again. For more serioue 'Uurns, too. it 5e unequalled. Mr. -Tohn Johnston, of 734 South Marks Street, Fort Wiliiarn. a moulder in Copp's Foundry, "Some time ago I burned the lop of my fool severely by dropping some molten iron from a ladle I was carry .TOUCHED AT SASKATOON samtooa, Saslt., ian. anrived here from Mid land, to' bed in a local ho- tel last nlgnt, entW cash, to the amount of. under''his pil- low. When be arose this morning, he round that h- had been touched for all his valuables, money included. Half an hour, after making-complaint to' the police, although the loss r hid no susricion ae to identity of the I tulef. a man, named George Patrickri was arrested.: and .when aearcheil at: tne police station a wallet part. of the money was found on him. Ho will be tried Monday. i withdraw-} cried the fair Fi_otny tlic: later: body. y'-'f''.-... r- PeaKr- I that't most powerful of the. fllistctr .F.'pfL., ou; are PERFECTION school and Adult Bible class, 3 p.m. Holy baptism, -f p.m. Holy commun- ion, 1st and 3rd Sundays at S.SO a.m., and 4th at 11 o'clock service! Brotherhood of St. Andrew's meets every Tuesday evening in the vestry at 8 p.m. W. V. Mc-Milleu, rector; ad- dress, 650 Sixth street South, Church of St, Mary's (Sunday school 3 p.m. Choral even- jsone. 7.30. and choral evensong s p.m. Holy com- munion will be celebrated on the tec- fond Sunday o' each month, at 9.30 a.m. i Fifth avenue North Baptist Church Kev. W. G. Kinsman. Sun- Iday school, p.m. Preaching service, 7.30 o'clock: subject, -The Treasure the Pearl." First Baptist Grosser, pastor. and 7.3U p.ra. Everybody wekome. A. J. Services at II a.m. Morning subject, "A (MAPLE L.EAFLA3ZL) Give tlic children Cohan's Per- fection Cocoa and It is the best old, fj _ Ing. A large hole was burned through my shoe and fnto tbe top of my fool. I was tnkcn home and Zara-Buk was applied to the bum directly. It was surprising what relief this halm afforded. The byrn was so deep and so serious that it required careful attention, but Zam-Buk prevented other complications arfcing, and as it was daily applied, soothed the paini and allayed the inflammation. In the course of two weeks the hole burned in my foot had been well healed." Mr. W. B. Gibson, of writes: have tried Zam-Bnk often on cuts und sores, and I think there is nothing that can equal it." Zam-Buk will also be found a cnre for cold chapped hands, frost bite, ulcers, blood-poison, vari- cose sores, piles, scalp eores, ring- worm, infUmmed placet, aad skin in- juries generally. AH druggists and sell at or post from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto for price. At the Majestic, Monday ;