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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PageS Till; LFflfiuaBOE 1XHL I. Caca EDITED BY UNO" PHONES SOCIAL AND PERSONAL C. P. I'- CotiybPare wii! ro tomorrow a with Ir.israut blossoms and] ci'Uireil with :i shower of large pink aiul white- carnations held ir. a stately j cut ?lass vase whicli rested on a cov- i er of Venetian embroidery. .MrAriliur has j.weri. f0f teii. The hostess wore from r..._m.' weeks' visit with her, mQsi incoming sown of Pasiolle Prince Albert. hllju upot, and with ariisiicaHy Mo.Milieu is home from a visii or siii; soutache corres weeks with her sou and flay .mcr in Banff. NO MORE ROOM IN PUBLICITY BUILDING Board of Trade Can't Accomodate Chairman of L Publicity Committee-City Council's Resolu- tion Provokes Debate pouutng tones on bandings of i: de sole in a contrasting shade. Atter luncheon several games The Board of Trade Couiu-il, which mt'i this afternoon, spoilt some time discussing the relations Unit tUi-. bonid will have to lUe city council during the present year it the two Sage motions, which wcic passed by uoiihl have to, under the the council on Monday last, and about motion, board was iiolitied hy two declared that tlicy would not oiler themselves as candidates for the executive council again, and did not sri- iiow any oilier public spirited citizens would endure for long ilu-. dojiiinatioii ol Aid. -Sage, which they council's! A. II. .McKeowu. readin the letter 1 ce cUarlty and sailor girls of the! undue plsyed M two tables ai.ii from s-.-crelary-ta-as- said iha! he understood the firs; i jera "JtMIHe Taylor" meet tomorrow -anoruocn promptly At two o'clock :u ifte Jorgensou studio, xvhere their pictures vill be takeu. Alls? Stella Robertson, under- went aa operation for appendicitis re- cently at the Gall hospital, is pro- sressiBg'encouragingly each day. Ur. Aanie Verth Jones, the recently elecled.j.sehool of.. Nelson. C-. has -ttie diMiuciion- of beius: the tirst woman .who has been honored. a place on that euy'scfeool board. A number of the tailors have beo.'i Dttsy today adding briglu ispeis Jo coirs and Miss O'Connor has -ranguis elaborate colonial fcf-'i? all afternoon for ihe Bal e rfcis even Ins: which inar'-c C1" assembly in tbe Knishis f-'yiaias hrilL .urs. Seatlo at the close of me after- George Kerr Co. ONLY Advertise Once a Week Now urtfl.fla lavyr. AND SOCIETIES 'Iht? Oalt Aid soviety meet sr four o'clock tomorrow r.oan with Mrs. part tii the motion and thought Hie' idea was alright. The latur parti please provide oflice accommodation Of it, however, was dillkuli to under-j i lor Aid. Satre. rhuinran nf tlie city's stanil, and lie did not think it meant j p'.ililieily cominilU'f, in the. city's pub just il said. It licity building'.'" There was hiuni'' not thought mil well, but prob- i youni folk een enjoyrd. a sserry sleigh 'drive last evening and later were entertain- ed -firita a delicious supper at- xhe ho discussion as to wlittlier tlie city would he fotmd to be different tiH council controlled the building or' what they understood it to be. j lull rehearsal of the opera "RilluM whether it was built out of a .hoard j Aid; TUley said Hie of tlie conn i Taylor" will be held in the Majestk, trade gram. Some oi the nifin-icil. as In- uiitkrsuiod il, in! theatre tomorrow eveniuc :tt IHHS wondered wliat on earth Aid. j no way to' 'In1 Hoard oi i .Sage was jymig to 'dii in tin- btiUdins Trade, but, on l'ne ollu-r hairl, 't'ae members of the First Uapiisi even if is accorded accommodation. 1 bind the'two closer. The pnr-1 a' unfiay school will hereaft rr meet finally, on tlic motion of A. H.: sirfnit, hu'.vcver, said Mayor Adams'! 1 ..15 o'clock, immediately after thej.McKcown, seconded by -Jolin Home. !idwi was just tlie opposite to that, i tnornius service, instead of the usual Hour, inree o'clock. the secretary was instructed to The advisability was then discussed vise the city council, that after care- .of postponing, the annual general meet 1115 for two weeks until the whole j matter is clearr'd up, hut it was fin- 1 building ally decided merely u> ta'jk'.the le1. till. V 1 L 1 I ikU V k fc. v ful consideration, ihe iioard is of the.: ins: if tee ot the t opinion that tucre is no room in Uin, mat) nf nithlii-itv :i11c Board of Trade's publicity Tee organization commit tee CacaiianrAnierican club will the Y. -M. C. A. Monday evenin? at. .-j oclocfe Arrangements for the club's! tlla" 1S ausoluicly .required rorjUr anu await developments. initial entertainment will be under use by the board itself, the corauiUwe's consideration.. The second k-tu-r. stating that tint t- icity council purposes Inaugurating a Over one hundred members and; vigorous publicity policy ot its own mends of tne Carnation club enjoy-: through its publicity committee and The secretary read :1 telegram that had sent lu ihe LciUbridge tlis-; trici dclejrate.s to th'j United Farmers.- of Alberta Convention inviting the convention to inert in next ed tne club's dancing party that any Brants nf money that bhc o: Mr. Oiik-er. The j ing in the Knights, of Pythias hali.j party Intiluded .Misses Oliver, forcer, E. Jl'unxoe, Diser. Agar and and Chacdler. Shep- cent Crawford. Buchanan, S and rpquire will nave u. be Tiic .secretary reported he time, as the mon-! almost ic-cured the- number of mem-: ey 'is required through the council's i hers to make up the Creat publicity provoked" Kalis excursion and the council de-' lonecst discussion. The membi-rs ciilcrl to instruct thr- secretary to I expressed themselves were practically make the requireii guarantee to tin- the same opinion, A. R. 1. and tlio Great N'oriheni. the niaml-.i-r. ol s played a [ropu programme, many of numbers j nz The hosiessc-a for ,z were the members ot the dies' Auxiliary of the 'B. of R. E. parue? Jhis week seeni be very sucli in .favor and as Sua- ny' HOC boasted of such, a Ions a tjenod. ia many ibis foria pro? is raiiier noveUy. numbers. A tuitabor oi vocal it is, then there be no use of the isiactory to Jore inisnsc-'ir Mrs. W j nons were accepta'nly roaOereu Hoardot Trade It.'', said one, merce there- U Ires invitee s. dosen youa? leg ibe evenin? and refreshments j siei-is? part? lau served at half lime. SCTIIAAI AHTIPI11 TA TH 1 III Tlir ot OFFICIAL TO TRAIN THE speadnir tte -Ennier Tfnn ber. rpouj caorai Society held a splendid rei'-in: a ride tice in St. Augysric's hall last even- tSe csty a dainty Alter the rehearsal a short busi- viis home ssc aati ness session was held which -was pre- ic sped tie until a late [sided over by the president, EL A. jsoar.' uunrtinsiiani. A cotninittere was ac- to niaka armnaements for t.V.e 3lrs.'E.--H. tbe hosieis] society's coniren will be at a. pleasant little ori-Jge luschconj in the future. TomorroTv even Are Too Low for vis to 'Adver- tise Every Day Watch for Our Ads and You WILL PROFIT by them First Quality Large Turnover Small Profits Groceries Jjilv Whili1. Corn ,M I'iii -1 i 1 (liiclvcn. tins. ,iss Duck. tins. .-.I: Provisions iii'w hiid I'trii's C'ast1 dox. Olio'u-csi croanicry per pound............ Swiff's IMxMiiiuin hnjiis. 8wirr'. cauntrics jn-- ;v base'in the hay. of and the i :ar was evidenced by tho encores which 1'y.utases Grain Market .ir'.n. closed -.Inly .cash'v.-lieat.l A'or. 1-2; 2 Xor. yi I-I: r.. .77 1-4: (i 7. 1-4. Feed K'2: Xo. 'I Barley No. 3 Xo. 4 -Hi: rejected Feed Xo. 1 2.40. That highrciass vaudeville 5s insistent. -.vith a 1 career, for one ,o Kdward IV, oprra.ins from The wholc wca, throlJsh i t_; the home c( Mrs. liTlj f '.vuiiout n dull moment. ;uiri There i ;egc ?T Tllonias Ont., nnC i5 sircar.y j .Miss Gordon is a sold mcdall- Keclpath ?treer. on -anirdav evening j MINNESOTA MUNICIPALITIES "f which' trere leu to tnt- countries; t practice on tms ocf-nslon. I hy ;hr Hapnc Tribunal. Hr j gct the datc anfl rhe T irh Fro-i announced that ihe Tnited States had j and down room keepers, and the- also i (Jay evening. Jan. Everybody! issued totiay show these places "uwan arms. OUIStT'Cf.Cilt.ll ship, or noihinz --.vronE about-them, j eveni :Eat aeepm? from r adian rp_ snosild be present. Regular practice i tribute'! per cent, of the state's! 'be comedy SKU, "Uu ihe Kocks, ?now-? would pat msny of small on .Thursday evenin? in the hsll. i toral increase.-! of during had plenty of nnd men ivho Imrh ..lation. hrage at--he MnjeS5t5c tht. will learn from .Messrs. Andcrsrm i atre on Sunday afternoon, Jan. -luh.-, Minneapolis and St. Paul, howcvor.f Kvans how not to WIiRh a Tiie Six Hoboes, with soup: pressed ;o rhe: ;_; are to a board of tbearre prs on board American vessels 'i'He men wili s-ibmit i of poachin.e or other infractions acumen's in of The law. azrccmcni P.S far as is Hoili? S. a resident nf Osh-., is final. hu; as tJnce the -s-'no acquired jh--1 with Xru- 5 western homestead at 75, is dead at'. not vet completed, the'1 riTantfapolis in Soth year. could not he finally closed j AstHma 'Catarrh WHCfOWNC COUGH CROUP BRONCHITIS COUGHS COLDS i at. three o'clock. j Let everyone rally to the i special and regular. ahsolincly- i is short n'.it it; is the only available date secured. rotes before byi presence the prartices horpln.) Hon. fJporcp E. Footer imdrrtook 1 ro director your Tppre-j to nilpr tlir tri'tci5m for ihr opjxisi- j riarmn an'.i sirscit'ide for tl'.e tion but was vory mild, brine irificftfi excellent service which j rather cornplimrntarv 10 Sir Alan no iias suer.. Ur was sonspwhai htimorous in his rrfrrmcr-s lo :hr Sunday closing nf TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS 40 MINERS REPORTED KILLED .Inn. mir.ors nrr reported rn have their live--: iu a at mine Urnnica. i-Cu.-sian Silestian frontier. Of the larser cities. Minneapolis id i he ere-ites' pcrrentagf: of in- j creases. per com. Hiihith grew j ts.l percent, nnd St. Paul HI.7 per i cent. Three cities decreased in pop- Still- t wTthout itccnch wiUs draw. Vtf4 rrKa JOCCVM for Uifrty nir rwtogred n-.rtiiTM e-Try hrra Jh. wralhaiR easy, toethea tie throat. rtop% tie coczh. ur iniportant os jlu-i 'I'lie Molonoy Klectric ro.. of St, work ws-s the advarrin- of will Canadian head-: I. M Kine's bill prohibiting the Uuanerp at Windsor, and will employ j fprdirr of n-alrhrs 'NieUuelph Board o'Education will j "sir WiliritJ iprrpont Caowin Clark, mirihc rtrlll a qursiioD hy MonV. nn on? had applied inr :iic prisition of Trad? rommissior.rr in illation during the ten years. Sti water lost ".120. 1.1 SI. a o[ "Kor Instance." nnrf "Immateriql." .V real musical treat ivcm the Kicri cmlcLIy >toa.i ihe threat mnd i turnished almost 7'J per cent, of the! i total pain of ,hc municipalities. i. dsmcc- lhc hwtanon for 'Micv were the sort which have I In niimbei the mitnlclp-jhiies a Utvcnaro. Great wl11 thcir Minnesoia over. 5.0IW increased fromj altcm ,n seventeen 10 twenty-three, a .cam of j six. Chisholnr and Virginia showed the nlscGS cjinrtetlc. saxaphonc expenp. They delis'ited iheir hearers r.-iih selection.-1 U'illiatn Tell, nnn rn.cuig popular favorite, the thenie, "Hero Mine." from "The Chnc Soldier." Very cle.vcr the jugrl: of .Miss Cromwell. HCSOITIP. pails and basins secmef: to ho rndov: j wilh life, and most skilfully wcrcrj uiey manipulated. 'J'he South American TraJin? Com-1 pany arc desirous of dcveJopiiig trade; Canada and America.; Vor this purpose they offer free 5rnn--'. (or.iniercr-il Shilohz Gun 2o of the Collcciatc !nsr..uto..' ii wih an honor-.mur.i of Hamilton Board of Education pro- S. F. Lazier. K. retiring af-i years, with a loving cup. and; erirtOrl that the niinimum salsry Ipr-conrt-ciafs certificate teachers s .Mrs. John wasjbr- and for firpt-class certificate 'seriously Injured hy n fall. Thp comb learners 54SO. Th? m.-iximtim '.n her hiir penefrated 'he snip. 'of frst-class teachers is 10 be hy the d.-atli'of M. Fabrc. for FOR A MEAT. TRY LEADBETTKK'S Next door to Eastern Town- ships Kank. FISH AND CHIPPED POTATOES the hest Pies in town. RUTHVEN MACDONALD COMING _. i Those who hrtd the pleasure of hear-; ing rtntfKCii Mirrtonald, t.hc cst of Canadian baritones, hi j Drtdge n couple of years a .no. nnd ot'j ers who hare heard or heard him in otner places, will be dolizhtert Krow that he ib re'urning to civo .TH enienammen; hero. Mr. accompanied hy Mrs. .Macdonald. who is a planlste. Miss Wenlia M iy 'Jra-.v- Quality Grocery Have you acquired a taste for Olives If so, we have a suggestion where to buy them, prices ranging from 15c to bet Fresh ripe Tomatoes at 25c per lb. Vanderburgh Teeple PHONE 575. Successors to Craddock Vincr SHERLOCK BLOCK. ;