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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta inlay. Jiuwary 1011.' THE LETHBHTTVOE DAILY GAVE SENWIFF p. TO IlilNGWORTH 4 George N. THinnworth'was tended k dinner a number .of his friends at the J Alexandra1 Cite on' Saturday. night .on the occasion his leaving; lot Chicagoi fXn unknown donor to St. Si- mon's chu'rch'.' Howard' by pay- indebtedness on the churerf parish V'.-'r -J in -a quiet easy way: They do nof causre auvr inconvenience, jeriping Qi-'nausea; -They are so pleas- ant to take, and.- work" so easily, that they, may 'ber anyone at any [one. up the wholesysteraftO: healthyactivity. They have a most beneficial action upon the liver. Rexall .Orderl.ies are unsurpassable and ideal of childr.en.jold folks and delicate; persons., cari- not too-hignfy'.recommend them "to all sufferers, of. constipa- tjkm' and, its-'alleniKn't' '.That's faith' in our back if tneyw do not TwoVsiz1 and 25; Remeriibet you- can obtain iu Lethbridge only ;afc Store. J.- D; Special Agents. Telegraphies ..Alfred and Olaf Lunaetb, homestead- ers near Maple Creek, have been com- mitted for trial for cattle stealing. The board refuses au offer of, the Queen's Avenue school site. Nine they bought it for during the. last week New York due to the I iioKon1 bankers pledged for toe backing of business T.otal exports of! petroleum Philadelphia forkthe' reached appromliriately gallons. V.' In York women t heir 'tight; to prevent engraving of; Brig: Ham i'ourig'8 statue and Mormon tem- pi e" si ive'r service of "the'Utah; Mary vBerilcbe, yidow' of Chiel of In- dians, died at-theface o voiununousjcprrespondencp and the ;Uniicn States work Port Ont, Jan. explo-vsn- connect ton with the .office. sfon of coal'gas partly wrecked .the fcw ;he officc was closed seventy and window in tbe .front of the and ;-h baiMIng was smashed and i 'cd' smw.-bcpn -clea.'cd, patSeTof plaster were ripped now-that the office open.- injured.. CHRitTMAt TREE AT -FRANK A SUCCESS Frmnk, long deferred ftritiniai. tree entertainment in con- nectioa -with' the Sunday school -was held in Knox Methodist church Thurs- day eveomg. v A large consisting prin- dpallj of.children, was present and thoroughly enjoyed themselves from start to finish. A wise selection Tor chairman waa Mr. Huston, who has. a happy Iratclt .of holding the attention of the and girls! The program which was very well rendered, was composed of 'choruses and recitations. Santa Clans verily excelled himself tad tts gifts manj and varied caused great pleasure to the young folks who were the recipients and to the older people who looked on. LethbriSge today. She has" been visiting Mrs John McPhersbn. Mr. Murdoch McKenzie had his face frozen the other night returning with a load of coal in the middle of the storm, to his rinch. Mr.'and -Mrs. Charles Nicol are on staying vrith Mr. Turner, and on Wed nesday night, visited Mrs. J. H. son. Mrs. James McBeth receired a hand some Dutch collar, for her yesterday. in buying the present subscribed for the Christmas tree at the Collieries. A -.merry seating party; T.TIS by Miss JVlcNabb on Saturday ing, to which a dozen friends given even- were Dldden. After a couple .'of hours spent- at tne rink, the hostess enter- ta'l'hed: her friends at supper at her nome on Argyie avenue.. Tbe Rev. T. M. Murray isrefit to on Monday tc officiate at tne marriage of Miss M. K Morris and Mr. M. R. Baxter. The ccremony J. Thevanuual congregation of Knox held: unufch on The annual meting of. S.: will be held ture Hall thei.Ch'urcb. ternobn at 3 ancc-oCi member's i 'Trio Westminster; Uhurch WJH be held tonlfhV in -the Lecture of '..t! Tne meeting wilt-be Mackenzie.-: .-.topic; Jr'lghter: and Cyprian's. Parish .will nome or Mr. r.nd -Arjiiuf-.HajT. took place at the home of the foriuei before a large circle of friends. The newly married couple will make their home Mr. Murray "'return- ed to Coieman on an. ja meniber'of'thc I The gregatlonaV Mr. anrt.Mre. K. 31. Thomasson's iiouie guest, Mr. K. Francis, -ren- dered a greatly appreciated vocal at the evening service in St. am. s will heocM on Wednesday evening at 8 b'cloclcat IN IUILD1NOS Manitoba Provincial Architect Prepar- ing Plans for Government amuel Hooper, reparizg plans CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Mr.' J. H. Deir, the literary ident, will have charge or the meat- Ing of Wesley League this' Tomorrow evening: the of CTprlT.'s Sunday meet at the rsuiory amV oiitllre tkfir course of study for the ensulac The annual meeting ot loners will be held IB 9t Parish hall this evening at 8 o'etoek. Keports of the year's work wilt The subject Is "Critical Periods in j be submitted, and .wardens lor (JmnRdJan History." Mr. Watson will i coraing year elected. Winnipeg, Jan. 9.- j provincial architect. .-Sa iS p w 1 irmmmm Lirapne and Verdpnte. Two snow slid- for the new government b.uliaings, to es estimated at lia.f a mm on cubic cost over according to the feet-nave ofcstrsicien tne railway. railway Will Make Hair Grow r.p-to-rlate woman should have radiant ]nir. There are thousands of women with harsh, faded, characterless hair, who do not try to improve it. In England and Paris women take pride in having beautiful hair. Every Canadian woman can havo lustrous and luxuriant hair by using SALVIA, the American Saje H-iJr Ton- ic. The Alberta Drug and Book Co. sells a larfo bottle for 50 cents, and guarantets it to banish .Dandruff, stop falling hair itching scalp in ten ney estimates. These proposed include new legislative buildings the new agricultural college and a new asylum-at Brandon, to replace thai destroyed by fire about a month ago. LOCAL BUDGET Miss E. Wright, ot the land office staff, was taken to the hospital !or an operation on Saturday, and is re- ported tc be doing well. Alfred Charles Joycock, .29 years died here on Friday. The" fun- eral will be held here tomorrow at 1.30 o'clock, Rev. A. .1. Prosscr offi- ciating. InterrnfRt will be made in the public cemettry, and is in charge 1 R. G. the most you can buy. will make a cup fragrant, nutritious economical that Haifa teaspoonfM of cocoa the dtlfctatt flavor that is characteristic of Cowan's. TMC COWAN CO. UMITCO. TOftOfVTO. 132 ;