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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MAPLE BUDS The most delicious of chocolate confections. They stand alone in their richness and unique flavor. insist on having COWAN'S. Name and design patented and registered. TEE COIVAN Wednesday. .Jiiniian IS.'JMUl. LOCAL RINK IN FINAL AT CRANBROOK FIKST CHOICE OF GOOD HOUSEKEEPERS rive Roses and Harvest Queen "Unbleached yet white ss snow akes Hair N.T. McLebd Stands a Chance For Corby Cup WELSHMEMBERS FRAME HOLD UP Cranbrook. JJ. C.. Jan. The H. C. lionspiel opened hern Monday. The rinlis in attendance were from Leth- bridge. Canary, Neison J, Trail. Per- nie 2. Cr.iitbrook 3. Tim K-P is in i good shape and play has been proceed- 1 London, .Jan, Jo the, Caiditt .Mail Wflsh im'mbm ot parliament jnclmliiu; I.loyd-fffOM.-r. liavv mutually pledged themsclvi-s liiat if the governing docs follow 'Iifr-L veto bill iinnifdhiielv a bill ills- con A. the du.n-1, i.. Wal.-s PERSONAL wiil (.nil. the. Liberal' party fi-nn .nosiewcs tomorrow: a Nationalist party 'ju.iii'e to! Airs. Smitli tin- guvernmwii ami mile- i -Mrs. n. voiuiji. pt-mlcntly .like'the-Irish party. .EDITED B "UNO" PHONES HAD TO SCHEME TO CATCH MAN very satisfactory. The bridge rink, skipped by X. T. is the finals tor the Cup.'! .McLeod lost to Thorn q{ Trail in j the finals uf me grand challenge, i Out., Jan. IS. McLeod and Tiiom play in" the f fanner living in. Clufrv engagement of .Miss s for the W. H. Cup. In! township, jj toils hm-, -Mrs. A. Hamilton. -Mrs. Joseph Mor.sun. Austin and Miss Ausfin.. 4- H. Homer (Jay wj'll not receive .tomorrow. -Morse and Mcwcombe. There be a great deniand for court piaster JJCnv. during the next two days. cnjoyod by -Miss at a the first of these .series McLeod beat wilh ihreatHiiiu; to Huuyani of Nelson. U to in. AU-. Stahis." His Lead is playing of Fernir up On Kri.iav. 1'reaiiu- :.s a jcliis alteraoou ;n the j. iCatun eup j character well to Uv.l ___: I police and some ingenuity had to bu j to him'..' Chief a neighbor and a i challenge. Watson i A. I'rouii of Macleod. is a in i lie city for a A. Ainslio or Marion About twciity-nvo 'giie: hospitality extended Kiel i a I'odsier liist evpi on street. Progres- sive Barnes were played at six table, and much merriment was created over the efforts of the sterner sex -in srymp tu thread' the greatest number shortest time and FEW DOSES END WORST BACHACKE Makes Kidneys Act Fine Ending Bladder and Urinary Misery Don't wait until it settles Dropsy, C ravel. Diabetes or time to trouble is while it is only trouble. The moment you suspect any "ey, bladder or urinary disorder, or feel a constant or dull aehliis in back, -sides or loins or the U thick, cloudy, offensive or full of sedi- ment, irregular of passage or'ai tended by a sensation of scalding you should begin taking Tape's Diuretic as di- rected, with ihe knowledge that 'there "o other medicine, at any price made anywhere else in wprjd Whifli u-ill _ -i KOSS. dan-liter of n evening an appetizing menu 01 I was server at; the small lahles anrl other "snmts- with which tiioy were I will effect So thorough and as unfamiliar, in ,hc course a I'eal, and Williii of me .Minister announced. ALBERTA RAISES MONEY IN ENGLAND and A. went to this afternoon where .Mr fit Kev. J. class banquet to- or Dailies, were awarded AlcCann and supper .Mr. i-tuierson save'a number of numer- ous readings which were Inmienselv KVnmnrnn m i trough the door and shadc- j Luuonton. .Ian. is.Tl he Provincial his man I Government has just succeeded in ne-i jgotiatiiig through Lloyds Bank of Lon-1 don. England, six months temporary TCe Albena Drug and Book Co.' Has :tn Inrigorstor ihat will grow hair or niouey time :o take care or bair" .is.Then yon have uahf all takins: part i "H in anrl Mrs. it. Anderson. 'I'he party included: .Mr. ami .MI'-F. .Mr. and and .Mrs. Home, Mr. an -Mr. and Kitchie, rs. Arnold, theatre iuTi'J Wintcr of cent by every druggist iu the world.' declaring that fact that 'such "an ess at a pretty euchre party last even- extraordinary occOr'rcitc'e ivas pos-t mo to "which .1 score of iier siblc. should lead to'-ibc bidden: more stringest i ame played; ior dealing; with criminal arriving in 'this country. 'Home .Secretar appeared as a witness. Churchill AN ALL RED STEAMSHIP CO. Liverpool, rumored an all red steamship' Being .formed with a capital of two million dollars.. MARKETS Winnipeg Grain Market Winnipeg. .Ian. o-s. closed uu 7-S; July opened''too aud at Uie conclusion ofi several-, games.-.tne honor, favors an, _ uuati-fitFree Press: .Mrs. k H. iin _.was Uie hostess yesterday at a wrge and able'tea in hono-'of wer Mrs. -Vaismith of Se, Alia.. ,who wore a smart Sown ill or CT I L- The 'n'rst working meeting of the women's Auxiliary of St. AiiRustin's was Held iti tiie parish hal! yesterday giiernoon. l-'Uteeji members we're present and every one seemed- most One pan of the worl: be church- -Albertn mission of winch the Kev. n. s corrcst-nndeiiL writes: .-Mowat is the head. The A. meets -.nst eiijoya'.-Je aud novc! Qv'cry Tuesday .arienioon the sdfiiii-events of the wliiier was (ho women ot the cbugresacidii Ke -He by "M of welcome. of Mr. and Clerk CoUiiis :I Jan: lii, on the''occasion 'of tlieir thirrt '.vedYniij; anniversary. Mr. was kept busy atioiit freight yard ojscftariring'iiis duties as'collector, of customs for.Kweet Grass on ternoon of the after dark, ami when hr ar sntereri the of- closed luo 5-3: Cash wheat 1 Nor. 1--: 'i Nor. 'j? x0K sV 1--- library a: So: fi, 7S: Xo. ii 73': nl-v decorateti with crims decorated the (liningS iiiimeaiately jijayins a few dotraud iiim f his ftveuiii room where te-i rind cofiee were ed bv T Koss serviii another tea lable. prei- meal, lu- ll's t attempted ?o decline the iu- COURT "St. Mark's Anglican "Church. Cowan avenue, was the scene of a pretty wedding yesterday. afternoon. Tvhen Mis3 Annie Grace, second daughter of ihe 'laic Mr. Frederick Toms of Ot- tawa and of .Mrs. Toms of Spencer avenue, was married to' .Mr. Turpiii. juiu of .Medicine Hat. Aha., son of .Mr. and .Mrs. .lames Turpinr of Hamilton. Ven.. Archdeacon Insles conducted the .ceremony. The bride, who .was given away by her brother, Mr. .Frederick F'. Toms, wore a gown ER, MONTANA THE HEALTH AND PLEASURE RETM as the CARLSoAD OF THE NORTHWEST TFIP: ROLLING of cream liberty satin sewn with seed u. carrrh is :i at Thp membrane dati0htera ,n x. ,s. oue may say. he interior lining'of i ao-rv to hP-v- M. TM body. Catarrh therefore may ex- Uune- Lnae 1Sl in nny >lnrt of svstem tO h'a M s r, tr ]35f 'be mucoiw inflammation CC and congestion are produced and ai box or "goodies" from ber fails to jhrow off the accumulated mother the other day. poisons. The organ which has. been i! ro his bed for some days. I K. Spergea was calling in Taber. -'Irs. J. Gilben spent "last Satur rh Mrs. S. Myerc AIiss E. THK HOTEL is of rhft Plant. Elsctrii- .every room. v'J J :n LAR .from 15ft to 1SS degrees RHEUJiATfSM, CONSTIPATION NERvm5v-cc rhe irrnvsnr T STOMACTi nd BLOOD DISK ASKS THE B-ATHS- addressed to J. E. McCORMIck; Manager BOULDER SPRINGS, MONTANA. plication, which may lead to other even worse afflictions. We honestly believe Rexall Mucti- Tone will do wonders toward overcom- ing catarrh, ft is made from the prc- E. Cook bravetl the weather eminent physician who on Friday, coming hack on Sat- made a lonjr study of catarrh, and his y, bringing a load of coal. A very enthusiastic school was holrf-last Saturday for-I j'Kfn of one mistee: The clioice fell ;cn F. Fowler, who is a wide awake cH- [izen. a-nd with Mr. Jlempel and Mr. every one should be we'! their SCh001 bo-rt 'or'the! great success with tliis remedy was an enviable one. Wo you. if v. nil it i year. you arc a sufferer in any form, to give Rex- ucK-Tonc-a trial, l.'sf. ii regularity ?nd tiersisVe'iioy for mm- hark and tell us. and question fomiality wo will t bines are social circle? the. (iaiirp projiosotl !.iv tlie various hockey i earns, of the. citv pearls. She >lara .Dunn neice. little Miss as girl, supported by Mr. of the hride. Un the arriv.d nf the paru- "lv: the weridinp mere they fov.r.d .Mrs. Collins and Pnrty ani1 Co thf> otner rea't! v invited suesrs present tu receive the unsuspecting deuce, 60 .Spencer avenue.'where Mrs. Toms received, wearing a gown or grey silkv, with touches of amethyst; i cK-rer s hall 'J'tiesday eve 'h'ach team will siven fifty uckers to dispose of among the meni- Ilwy felt- 'tile members of trie" Itaptist niicd (brce years o in Spokane, Wash., and have lived Sweet about n manvn sA-eer peas. The brides grandmother. Mrs. Hugh Reddle.-was thfti present, in black silk. After de- Mr. ;u-d ieimer .Mr. and Mrs. Turpih 'left for cno.r .rcafc.1 to; a melrj- Ilo CLU3S AND SOCIETIES Xcw Vork. the coing-fivay .dress be- hiK of King'? blue skin, with Paisley silk blouse; bronze velvet mrnie, with muff and stole of'seal- skin. Mr. and Mrs. Jurpin .will re- ride las; cvnmnu rln wil1 for a vfeit before ieavfnf for their n .My chaperoned hv home-Toronto GlobeJ men a My chaperoned hv .Mr. t. fc" tau i DEATH Ar Lethbridge, IS. 1311. EHzabfiih .Tatio Church, widow of the late .rohn Church of Toronto, and mother of H. W. Church, Barrister- at-law, Lethbridare. ry ocr.r you paid :.hf: BORN On Saturday. Tan. 14, to Mr. and {Mrs. W. A. a son. {hand DfioK to ;ou us. This ie that any one rnakc. should attest, our of purpose. It comes in two rents and Remember ran it only Store. .1. IX Ilig- ingotham Co.., Special Agents. FOR A GOOD TRY LEADBETTER'S door to Eastern Town- -r Co. have pnotograpn ii -r o- yesterday's fire at the Bpl- ii -r moral hotel. y The Red Cross Drug A. Book 4.! snips Bank. FISH AND CHIPPED POTATOES Also thp Pies in irom town nnd upon their n; n substantial ?.mi rlelicio'.iK su- per was served at the home of .Mr.i is to m.-.ko :i s] en on to attend. London Koa'rt. The menu hr.d! cbiiven t-'.een prepared by young Indie.-? nf! tne .choir. music iheui" ?pec! tiie moments mini a late hour j ine members ot ihe choir tie .llrortor? oj Uie C. T. U. wjli c ar thrne o clock tomorrow rnonn ?_ hair hour hofors the ecu rai of me will be held In Hoth scs- sley club cd thr ov.ting were .Mr. and Mrs. smith. .Misses Cooper, AJanin. Burke. H. Martin. anrl membsr of fie union >s unee'I to anand the ceneral meet- and Gordon Gear. A Hal m will be the next with fhe n ?ooial nnd tea ar.d dainties; serv. IP series or AEseir.biJes in? nop.nno dance of I Ladies' Aid of announced rnurrh planned fo' honor th- Ihe onto has hcon iin on ncroiim or expccline lo Hie mens- excursion to Great Falls! i-sin. on .Ian. has upor.. rnp win bo given in the Kntgntj: of rrthias-hAll snd too host- esses [or t IIP will bf. Mfs. dames Arnold, Donnan and Uo'mc and .towards Uarke. Goode, Tor the now limoms sen-en win Scorcli dainties. No include IP maraud for nut :i collrrtion is taken durinc ihr: evenin? to nsslst in hityim; PANTAGES ACTS TOMORROW Pantage? Acts ar the Majestic Thea- tre tomorrow promise? to be one of fbc treats Of the The booking for sears have already been very great, and it is of the opinion of local roniuiger Unner, tn.iT tbe thearrc Ffomg people of Lotbhridge wanu the Pantage> Arts here. The rrom the Calz following zary Herald _ o. Monday, wbich speaks itself. At the Empire Tt is only expressing tlie opinion of who have the bill row nmninp at The Empire fo aav daily0" -5f fl'1HnS tbc Is the soap bubble o'Abe while ih.- sincin? nnrl rommedyof t'li- Six Hohops" are a whole apxn an.vt.hlns else. A clever On the Rocks." and the S of tho Ricri aro prcaily enjoyed, while the whirl- of Herer Crom- finely balanced bill, which r a Mg hit ;