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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, January THE LETHBRIDG13 DAILY HEKATJ) 13. PERFECTIOM COCOA Its richness and exquisite ifiivergivc an added ness to homemade "sweetf" 'and dainties. Be sure you :get COWAN'S the cocoa with the Maple Leaf Label. TEE COWAN CO. UiUTCP. TOKOWft. 133 EDITED BY "UNO" PHONETS TC OS PROUD OF HER BAKING FIVE -ROSES FLOUR ilerc's'to gladness oi her gladness; when she's glad, Here's lo sa'Jness of her sadness when she's sad But the gladness oilier gladness And the sadness of her sadness. Arc not in it with' the madness Of her madness when she's.mad. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Mr. and Mrs. R. 13. -5IcArthur- Itnvy taken up their in Vic- tor in Mansions. Mrs. daughters, Jcari and Elizabeth-, Calgary, are visiting Mrs. "OLver, 1st Ave., south. Miss Grace. of Calgary, is also a week-end visitor at the Oliver home. the McKay Street Baptist chapel on evening. The subject will be is preferable 10 live in a torriii. or lempersU: The lead- ers lie Rev. W. Hryden and C. .Kcan. -The subjcrt should, ho of 'iletp-jntprcst to the citizens ol Lethbridge after their experiences n[ the pfl-st arid everyone is invit- CnUKCTl SERVICES Church of Chrlit t> Latter Day wchool held 10.30 a.m. in new K. of P. hall, Round St. Theological of the Church. Everybody' cordially ome, St. Andrew's Church, North Ward- Si1. V.'. Bryiien, B.A.. pastor. Ser- 'ices at 11 'a.m. and. 7.30 p.m. Sun- ay sclioot-at-three o'clock 'IWVLAUU clasis at 4.15 p.m. Knox Shearer. minister in "charge. Morning service at. 11, o'clock, evening service. 7.30 o'clock'. .Men's and woman's classes at ilie close of the service. Sunday school at 3 p.m. cd uiscusinon. io this. en- .PO LICE -COURT _____ -_ _ Kene "Timothy who.r.as reported' in yester- ay's Herald, _ arrested toy JJect.- .ou .the ..charge of -revolver -and silver watcii atealin irom {Brokman, the Iroiv Springs: .had befriended him, Magistrate .Hal! this morning.'and was sentenced to thirty- days'-vimprisonreent. The. ?case at the police coyrt was of; Stafford, whom Lee' Wong, a >'orth Lethbridge Ohtnacinn, charged with assault. The magistrate dismissed the case. Dr. de Yan's female A rd.abis Freach regulator; never The JtfcCulLotifth home in Lethbridge was scene., oi a joiiy, surprise- party lust and cards were the forms of arnuse- The Women's Foreign Missionary K nox, church, held "in fhc vestry yestcr- A members were-.present; and the secretary ami treasurer's'annual reports were a-ad 'and: -The 1C. .reported the Southern Al- treasurer, also -a OUTSIDE isict HOLDS (Roman -Morniug at 9 and 11 o'clock. Uveniag jervlc. ts .at TUe third at fpjir" p.m., io the faaBeauent of the 'ccmrcnr. The Ladies' Altar SocietyyhjecU- second in thV-momti ;.ai'four p.m. ID. the con- V D. W. Patronizes the and Increases His Miss Agnes Dowsctt (Siins a "Peg --Miss Erbily Miller a CeAtuiryite- AgnesKerr "Bosses" Bouncer Days at Least la no of piiual heavy vote OB Saturday, '-'C. oft. voted a'; yellcvt." tbyi total -waa! morning -rmi'ii'i no. bc'rta balVof clothing, valued at teat school at File Hills, meat offered by the. sutpriseil.'. .hott and hostess, hi the eoutse -u ;he ev- ening a- tempting supper .was .iei-Tcil. .IB, Mrs. W. J. Nelson, siilmiiUcd report This'year of--'-lhc F.'M. S. oi Mrs. R. A. Wright, accompanied not been marked by her voung sou and daughter, aud Her has' vve hehevc' 0 i 'nnniliivrT m sister, .Mrs. II. son, Bruce, of Sarnia, who have been spending the holidays, m "the pect to leave ou Tuesday for another season oi steady, eara- 'service for the Master. -.-There twenty .members- o.n. .thR with au average attendance o[ Geo. qt .thV.Sfaccy- Lximbcr Co.. will spend .iompt'cbvivin Calgary. Peter. Johnson, uii ber. Co., has: sons yard for days. '.J.' came'tn from and left again California, where: the remain-.! der.of the winter will, be'spent .in'the hope'iUat a warmer; bfriefi't Mrs.- i this year' has in- ..Over one hundred and fitLy guests New Year's dancing party' given' liy-the Daughters and .Maids, of England' 'm of decorated with' festoons, the High--Estate'-ofc'CiiYiet's and ia 9ahe Are the National colors, it- is.- regretted that the- has not.- in- creas'c'd'. -Thb." tc-kt'book for the year "Tist. "Gospel; Latin- has'teen "a" all. tliCv.mem-. hers ;o.f the .'Society. "two'Valiyed merrt-' bcrs'j.'havc'-h'ejh greatly niissed.-. since r- leaving to rtakc.charge of "the LaKc- ness'in., the. .tewis 4'hpi'has'h'ecn" ia the City Electric for the past -.year :a-posftion in mechanical''dcpartrnqit'-' of the. telephone' ''s-'.' thov crepe- paper in the t blue audV red a nd choral -ivim'aiigxi -pins. munioii will" be 'celebrated on the sec- ond i3u'ndaj--or-_ftach 'month, at a.m. rfiie aky'ivclceivvptinc also candidates "A people they ctn pick' IB 7 a Ue who not be teist tfcia -Abore all tyoid- .'If reraemker thiit .your- .ejprpenent t'or her Fifth were-, thc'.gracipus. hosv- csses and. saw. that 'stra'rigevs immedi- atei v'felt-at iiomc.andv were, 'orches- tra discoursed a splendid programme r er.corcs. sfhceJ'the "orga-nizatiori of Auxili- ary. The Society.; jvjil take'-'for rtext book. during the 'their Helen, B., Montgomery; iven-out: at s ession, yesterday and repast. Mrs." corres -A magnate .and .president -oE: the Royal Collieries in Southern Alljerta-r vthc city at noon :toda5" from .the. West and .went, out this afternoon. A moven-cn't -foot .to prg.inizc a United Lodge of 'America in Lethhridge. There should be >Vo 'mernpcrs as a starter, and- this.-should -prove to be a boosters' club-for Lcthhririgc, .the same- as such .cities. 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hcarii have rc- lo their home al Albion Ridge from nri c-steriileu -through the Southern Stains'as. far as Mexico. In fspiie ol losing with oranges and cotton thW had .a varv I enjoyable trip, but express a prcfcr- for '-The Alberta Drug: Co..in the C'ony- ;heare Block, adjoining the Balmoral Hotel, which was burned on Thurs- day, s.iy that for only, a very short i while en that day was the store c'.os- j ed. Although the furnace in the hivilt'.- ;ing was put out pi commission by j water, healing stories were promptly I1 erected, and the store reopened. It jj was also ooen ihc whole of yesterday. Pierre Marie Henri la mine, six weeks, died yesterdav during :-lh6--evcning solos i ponnina; were .delightfully rcndeted- Ireasurerr-Mrs. and.Mrs. Meldrum, who society ,_. so lably during the were -rr- 1911 :and the SOCIAL AMD PERSONAL. for the.'c'nsiung year are 'Charles' :ist .vice evening m.Hcding's hall, was and 'Preaching ter- for- claim In advance or the 1500, the coiteit kiaoir a-thiig-alocg fiat where he' auto aio Everybody welcome. _ have- wbo will urn 'paa'tor. 'Public- werahip and and subject, plro, erybbdy; weTcome'. Church The A. lortlo, wiU preach, at b.oth tomorrow. tfie" 'mormng-'- he 'will fake for aia Moral form of the Afethodiat evenlnj, "The uid B tht only can h' a'odnteitTn anpth'er city' next-day whi [1 ton; ,wajiv holuand vo'tea to the good. Tf he tklJrt the WM out, and j too, for h by (paly If he hadn't forced ttfl.'. dar to' another. can't lose- apything .if yeiu. SU iSCBt J- ftalty 1200'i t Yeara i.ee t Weekly 1 f Yean tended, fifty'-, residents of the North Ward -enjoying the evening. A -spien- 2nd. vice-presidrh't.. 'The, art-visabiUiy..'; the-, two missionary ..societ.ies ,ot the did. musical was rendered bv Mr. J'arvfs and members honie: ;ahd .the. choir. After the- programme- gani'cs; were .played and liglit reirc'shments-: served. The- net proceeds amounted to Tlic Young Men's Club uf St. was 'discussed and.'.. finally motion was passed that the officers oi both societies convene together and: 'dis- cuss the matter, reporting their dp- ,'ciEioh to a joiiit meciing Home and Forrign Societies in the drew's church will hold a debate in p.ear.'futurp. REAUME GOES TO ENGLAND .Toronto, Jan. to the ser- ious illness from pneumonia of' N. 13. Collock, the Ontario government ag- ent in London, Eng., Hon. Dr. lieanme miister of public works, left. tonig'U for England to personally oversee the commencement of the work of con- struction of the Ontario government's office building on the Strand. A merchant who advertises only iv.-hcn "in ine mooti" is attempting to regulate commerce by his and it ran't be done. morning at the home of his parents'. 515 3rd Avenue (Redpath St.) Tilney Milliner Tr is never too late to mend but some- times ir is too late to buy. So come early. ji950 Burdctl The funeral srr- 11 vices were held this'afternoon from 'St. Patrick's church at 3 o'clock and were in charge of Father RosenthaL I Interment was made in the Roman Catholic ccmrtery by T. S. Fcttcrly. Mrs. George R. Wing, District Dep- uty for Southern Alberta." and Miss Richardson are in the city to organ- izc a subordinate Hive of thn Ladies j jof the Maccabees of the World. They 'would like to hear from any Lady Macrabce or Sir-Knight, or any one interested in the work of the order. Communicate with Mrs. at 312 iBrunlor. street, or phone -108. Business at thr felephon? officr is i picking up, as the number of applica- tions for new phonps will show. The department, however, has beeu hamp- ered by the cold and it has been almost impossible to do the nu1- sidc work connect-wl with thr installa- tion of telephones. Thr telephone mrn heer. delayed throv.gh 'hr THEATRICAL at'.three" The. FirsV.CHiifch .of Chritt, (Seien- -hold-sserriees tomorrow at 11 a.m.-.and 7.30 on uTe lloor of t'tCoyki' Bank buUdinf. iaviteu tend" wUether are Christian Scf.e.8 not.' Cart iri Ctrenation of King or in "LENA RIVERS" AT THE as dramatized by -Miss Kennedy forms a very interest- ing play, and there is plenty of good numor in the niece. It is tv.-o phases NAVAL 'COLLEGE CLASSES SCON Hal S tax, N.. Jan. ian Naval will en Jaauaiy begin.the instrnctiou of futuro ticers of the Dominion NIVT. The...first cUis-In tht new naval school has been ".enrolled nith a mem bership of midabipmen. The naval buiidir.j in dock yard has been .temporarily fitted with a Itc- ture room for the UM of trip trfcy o> VS; D I IT Hi CT Vacation .trtp DItTRtCt fTC; A, Icatt fniwl to tula CHINESE WILL GET A CRUDER IN'AMERICA NTtw York iStijpbuilding Company has a contract of tbe snnie character which >.tissito build a for the Watrioi -mt of tho Marvnc TfclH Aw., tint om Foani "Ajo., w. to St., to At'Itut two of to thia district. MRS.A.E'HUMpHPIflt, Tenth M. and 2nd Ave CAMPtttL- thrth Mitt Arfylt TdWWlHTNb; Avo. ...I.... District AU part of city or aoaQ and of feonwitrr At of.taa prltot r> to tiia iHtrlct Distressing Headaches Headaches are largely the result of disordered kidneys. Mrs. HnlL S4 Fiora Street St. Thomas. Onl.. says. suffered for years with hcfidariies of a most d is- Btflmont.. who mafces rivals Kennedy undertakes. First -the hoy- den at Slocumvillc, with an amusing pertness, and then the demure young lady bavin? completed three years at school. In spite of many complica- tions the heroine comes out right in the end. There is" a good deal of verve, dash and subtle fun in Miss Kennedy's John Jr. was hu- morously played by Jack tressing nature. They would come .on me suddenly, and would last for days at a time. These were usually accom- panied by spells of dizziness that would leave me iinabic to attend to any house duties. My bnck was weak and of Lena Rivers and Caroline Li ston appropriately handled by Ed- win Vail. Tlie plimpscs of country and town life make some amusing pictures, and nieltfle P'ay is presented in n very enter- much suffering tsining manner by the whole com ernment at a of f Eczema Is Curable In Every, Where Our Remarfy Fails It Supplied Free ef All In tnalrinf: this statement we it up with our promise that if we retnrn it. throiiga doctored years, but had for ail IRON SPRINGS NOTES remedy does not oar claim in every particular, wlihoui. question or every cent yon-paid ,113 for take the take We strongly recoiEwenfl Itsiall Ec- zema Oinrrnent, possetww- re markablc cleansing, antiseptic. icidAl. ind healicf It is n grayish white emolient, with pleasant odor, very clennly for use. The first spplication onxJucei n refrcshzTig. senses of relief, and it tfrly and ovsroomM the was to no avail.. Nothing bcnc- j fittoil me and rny condition worse. I The ror.fl thru the Alberta govern-! meru made over Picture Buttc Coulee! irritaticn and rtlscharg? MUSOLIVI Fifth Avt. Mitt ftCWSETT, M7 Seventh Ave. Seuth MMI. I. NORMAN, Birth Ave. South UtZlK IHfilLIY. SW fiath Avt. A. SwtaH to 'r: V.BiVltlON At fflKt 90 ta Ihia Dlvtrftt all la Eouthcra asd tiak Ctlwwbfe At leaat Icnmcd o' Booth's Kidney Pills. Ono .liox gave mo n complete and lasting cure. 1 have not had a licndach? or di77.y spell since, and 1 foel a new Booth's? Kidnev PtHs nre sol-J by all j Bsot'n's KMnov Pills arc snld "ny al! recent fire, as considcwhlc dnigelsts. f.Cs box, under a is now irnpflsjrible. The fence which crossed the old road hns been laid down ir. order to allow traffic. Tne government petitioned :o bridge tlie eoiilec. Tnstead of a bridge, they Save 1155 a cattle trail. The has to be applied with a niece of muslin or linen, or it may bo applied and allowed to 4ry in. It offards very prompt relieC for pim- ples, blotches, dlscol orations. rinjc- acne, tetter. itch, nl- 'rnm ,rom andic first, and t and wounds. Rexsll Eczema Oinxmem [phones than usual for tlicir connections wail longer Erie, Out. Sold an! >nnrctions. Cope. tne people in this district and .ilso in the cast ami north, arc j %ching and of the J rery murli dissatisfied, and intend j ideal for the treatment petitioning the government to: who are tormented with itching, burn-1 bnild a proper crossing. !ng and disfifurtng skin diseases. Tryj Miss Marguerite has returned! a hox at oorTlsk. Two slzet, and r to school after a It only nolf at Rexall btore. J. D. home to LetlibriJgo to solipol after a three j 3V i Deck's holiday ?pen; at hter i in Iron Springa. Roxall btore. Co., LM, itit W. COULTIR, Tatar, MISS EDITH Alta..............- C. PJncher MIM MARY MACKENZIE. JOHN R. MaePONAUD, 1. C.................... D. R. Metffci.-M Alta. ....................T; 15.1V District au ft SoutttTn Albertt Brt- tlia piepalation. At iMrt two of the prizes fo to.thK Ifitrlct. D. L. KiWISALL, R, FAPIRELL, MISS EMtLY.MiLjLCR. lilantf. MISS lUIAtfTH'ACAMt. Stiriinf, STANLEY WILCH, Alta................. ...1MiO LILLIC MAVTIIPINEY, Burnett, H SHETL.ANO PONY OJVlftlON. A eaiatMt Mr ace tndtr 15 of MS- DUBLtV. Ftrnk, B. C............ ALICE AQNCt rowrtwenth St............... Fauriti Avs. WALTER PA_MERr Alia.......... WfNNlE tELLENt, St. A....... JENNY McNULTY, 41t WiUcn St. ADA MURRAY. 1704 St. NORA STAFFORD, 1111 Hern St............... JAMES NIS1ET, Stufford Village .Iy47l i Contest Mon day. January 23r4, ;