Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE DAILY HERALD 11 EDITED BS' "UNO" -PHONES oiy lias Ijci-ii holding caril parlies ihiriji-j: Ui" 'winter'' Unit iiuVf so iiiiiijriiM'iy [mpnlai well attended V.W. a larger liail list, [ounu j 'the jiucsts. ;iiMl in the orcliestj'a and a i-nlt-il 'musicians The arj. in airbiiiMioduii: in- will be played, -of tin- f-w of' tin- city's will rf-nrh-r a shnr.t B'' assris ovjr "Y" ix-sicl- Auditors; Tile Isr full rt.iorl oi' ence preparon by nuuro'i, Aljss K.ia cowboy Stei-ratBiin. its foisow.r i Constance Richardson. When travelling iti Texas and Somalilund her consisted oC a grey flunuel shirt, fchalii ttvifeere, cowboy's AT UK: endf oiv her'visit to 'IVxits, i licked in romark: to 'have boon u man, for t lie seven ironi to December, liu-re luvr- fifty- transient visitors 10 home'- shooting she beats 'i-m it tbc lady explorers SOCIAL AND PERSONAL 10 Leih- .Mrs. N visit in tiiies. anil rt'Uirjiy.1 T- from California last nii.ht Mr. Jiuiu-s Anw.silr.oijn tlauttli- tors, of are expects! io arrive in tlie c'ily- ar.il -W'JU .-'o.i'yAlr.. ami Mrs. ArhistYoujr for 7i70'v .Mr.. J. 13. ;M. Uiinniin. of! tiutik'} or -A; red vjr brant-h oi' for i'or that .city .'oaVly Hill, next tVeci rc-'.urniji't Irom this'.wc'O'K weeks. She- was Kiigiu r 'ol lljno, .s by. it. -yc-.stcrday ,ni'u-nioon. Tliv jjiayed at sis tables, games i who rccfpiiot! rooms, where "is'-'' a'-'lt -fragratia-. now ii: "I'oytsAriUur; j 1W11 ijceasion bv is is. being frock over, .siii'll pink-.ssthi and eiaboratirlv trh'-.MmMl ivjtli .-Her Miss Mr. and Mrs. NVw assisted, .a.-.tfirHsfi frock of Pay Ion, who have beeu visitmg" ,_ijr satin fmtJ5. heavy .ci'eam fnstr- cliurch will lioid a 'J-jvofjonal- session.j in U'.e c'tuirolj -ovtijiUsj S-'-l o clock. The service -.viil be d i iiy -'ii) illiistratC'i lecture on "1'ulo.j-j tine" .Mr. J. jj. i I 'Dm i.udii-s of '.Vrsh-y Him'lav j p. IY holding ihrir first o'clodi p.i.; uncial, in tin: .Stiijdiiv school J'coiii. Mi's. iVs. a in .F.dtoo! s'j'.d '.'.ill In- iasiruciii'; mviliutoii is e'MU-'.fH'd to ladies our have uol, as y.vt. aflilial- r'l'.trcli. several whom liav-i rot snunl snore onco. Many'of iher.r- s'oistui .-Use bc-iitfii oi near. io piiaj, tliey have Uu I or treated, rc-quircu to visit, opMv.hu treatment. UK-ins-tlvus. Kiu- or these- Uetnbiems have conn; :i tie more suenyii on Pita! i.ivfoiv going home. TJiere have foe-en lour girl.s resment in the home. rnJin one co six months; th'rtf luving ijoea ever six moutnfv 'J cnipJoymenl byroa'.i sti'.rierj in ilui beginning o! ilmo aboni iu'lios havo ior muJilo, itboui twenty who most often don men's clothing. ;H skirus arc apt io hamper them when shooting-or mountain elimblng. Oiic notable woman traveller, IC-lljt Oughman, whose journeys have- lie-en, among'the Kakimos. is believed by .people to be4 a man. The Mskiinos do uur. trust women as it hey do men, and if they jsucjiected tlicir intrepid leader was ol'-lhe j female sex, they svoald probably re- I fiiBfr to follow hyr. PERFECTIDK Old and young 'delight in the rich- ness and delicious- ness of COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA. It suits every taste. The Cowan Co. Omlf TORO.Vm 138 in New Vork tlifivc. c-xists, or existed i short time ago. a "Professional j Woman's Trouaers the mem- bers of which appeared in the club rooms dressed m. .Many popular o.c-tresbx-s belonged to this club, including Miss KihH Barry- navu been suited. This, oi i.-oursc, is more twho. looked particularly charm a very small number, but there man's Mfes Lillian no dOLiDt. that this to be and Miss Edna SVallace grcctcii in that ,c0vy. assistance. f Mr. and Mrs. of Ntw Pay Ion, who have beeu visitmR" ,.iV .Morris, and Mrs. M. nrUvl and thiagliltr, Miss Merium Law-" cil v.'ith to tbi.; class COD'! U v lii-r eircie of a oMhe-girls who applied one of her visits to the avft .thaulcs t'oi tiic- 'inter- i Slates' Vesta Tilley, the clever si v.-hicn has been liiem in affanis tutir the; coining to n ni'.v country. Miat as jlf.- uieie vviii bo a i: ol' girls conic- to leo! when i-c was made" a nsem- j of Ulis novel olub- lfi tlle -cilll> Commit where she was elec-; ?Q the-wall j following mouo: j rie, of Morris, who wcrs the yj Lonrne in IvOO'Ti of Al menu was v.-li! hf- cliarge of Lrr-t-irr) Ti 0 tiio J-iis'.or-, vi-sterday of Mr. aiid Mrs. J, W. Arm served at J.hr card T. P. Airs. J. 1 U'.'C. T. U., submitted the j ifte of -'.'r nary, I'jio. tne lirst active mo-, o tov.-ard 'CElab-! a Y. C. T. I'. un-i more tetf'lherc a card bearing lje ye V, Another well-known woman who has jdreesed as. a man at various times-. Miss Charlotte I intrepid explorer. Quality Grocery Have you acquired a taste for Olives Ifrso, we have a where to buy them, prices ranging from Fresh ripe Tomatoes at. 15c to 5 per hot. 25c per lb. Teeple PHONE 515. Successors-toiCraddock Wner -rJ- SHERLOCK BLOCK. HtRCH SERVICES i WORLD NEWS At A-fiEANCl strotiK, leil this morninc Davton. for Nov.- Mrs. RighyAvas -a bridge hostess yesterday niltrnioon. .Several pleasant: cJanK'y were'played until tlie tea hour. whun ii non-plavcrs dropped in. i t i AI Unicon carnaUons bnethtcncd tV tc--''t'ihif Tl-e'1'onbrs of Hit- -n'- tj tc. Ublr. li.cl.onos 01 tit. ,n lornoon were won by 'Mrs. :rll. was' rewarded witli an gattie favor ..'Mrs. F. W Duwncr, tlio ionr-' can- turrrd hy Mr. R. ami tho consolation awarded Mrs. J. Nelson. ir, a comparatively aer auspicc-i; or tn'- C. T. U. of '.vork, but. is. nc'.-crthc less, very Ur.flc-r the- and ______ j Church of Christ of Littter' Dsy sschooriield. i 'a.m. in new K. of. P. hall. Round SL i W] litJT MET TIic' official reprimand of Admiral i Pn-sldent Taivhas [T! "Ve Ultie nuii.rons and demure maidi: ti'iruiO'l fantastic in the Knv-'hi's n- Jiom-s ana the ioveliness of'their ai- tire wouh! have mel v.'iih. "Canadian n Sunday School and Convention held in Ca earjy 'parr, of November. Time" gallons, .stately pelTy many j sceiir? a SUiUUJI? School at-3 p.m. Adult Bible .Mr.. S. B2.ll. will deal witii the j a residence was al Visitors made welcome! tli T. -tLtUUJO rt J :til Llit; j leased and reiialrs arranged cvquisilcly-'Pir.broidcred centre t-ovcr. Of their'ancient an-llallve to 'Varistian Citizensliip." This Mrs'. H. .11. Gay'cn'lenaineil thinv youiig her son, M-.islec liow- their home was plVyed'-a't seven tables until sun- lift" when'the'-acceptable-honor vji'vprs" were awtinlrt! Miss Lola' Frrrv Kaljih Shearer. The couso'latioii enjoyed n Bal Poiulre a; too... Ttio. tliird Assembly dam-o i-i Jasi evening in ilic form of ;i this and althojgk not all members were able to attend, interesting as the speaker of the eve- ceslors liur.Qreilt ol moons asp part of the programme-.yill prove most'' A highly vrecpm- was jtnd faer .auiies Qh nnilin'4 (Hat not growfng fast n series of socials were a thorough knowledge.of his subject. .Mrs. W. P. .1. Alexander and Miss AS. MacKinnon will sing, and Miss Diser and Miss Hydcn render an instru- j Provide, lurnisbings. to.aJl service-s. The To'rcstry Knox Church has closed after having very SIKWSS- Shearer, minister in charge.-Pub-'jful sessions. lie worship at 11 a.m. andrT.30 p.m.', and Fireman No. 1 lire station, ari- K former with a brokea arm... and the latter a result of a-.nasty accident that occurred in oC'. the station late yesterday afternoon. Thi-y hitching a con. when. the. lines became .ent with the ncckyoke and .the ,-horsey Adult classes for menvand wo- r after the inenial duet. the t-A-b score citeais present oujov-1 The members wish everyone to keep were won by Mi'ss Minerva Don ed-ev6ry rendered by in and niim's- tlu alrJsou -awl L'ampbic51 Ainl.- A dainty menu was served at card atirt 'aJterwards V' were live in ninabeiv and provided as a traces and.. caught. j and yet in touch xviih the pros The artistically arnmsad cons of Christian Citizenship." of rhe'fairer sex were most becoming j and Janice .Meredith curls iliej Between fifteen a.irf twouly mcmncrs 'chic Jinish-.-to inauvj for which the in ..I'ceciiLlv. of. Ionic were so Jam o us.' of ctnircli yesterday aHernoon. '.was in arrival next month of Mrs. it will be in more comnnici years, -jjanv of rJ.e-Ihies of' work'er' wlth Serm0a' J1 n-m- jsc-aool 3 p.m. Kvening prayer, with! sermo'u.' l.'M p.m. communion at li a.m. on first''Sunday in- ihc jmoatii. Kev. E. .Murreil-Wright. SI. rector. "V St. Cyprian's of iKigaiii avenue" street isoutli. fciervices: -31o'rn5ug nniyer ar The Aniprj-nn Mrs. Elena j t-t a_m_ p.m. Surfdav Smiili. 'the piswr. wiH preach at Gas br James to ,uc-! struck by j'ceed Rev.. J.-ft. Patterson, has pteU a call TO' Qrlllia T the evening. "Jesus i. Young Ruler." The Bowe, of Hamilton, was a car ic.-Detroit and killed. F. .Ichnston.'of -Mark-dale, had his nest! Harris and contents I WO.' The o: if'- c'orrtniitci1 werr appointt-tl to makr preparations For Mrs. visit to most ininoriiim planned for have not yet been under- taken, Hit- instituiion is only in its tnlancy. i. G. e. Secretary, Y. C. T. U. CHAT ho as a man for fMes wilh the artoptjon ri-pt.ii'l.'a, of ru an'l of thr1 ri'siticntT. road ,hy thc.n-- lirii-jr divf.'ior and secretary of 'IK- "Y" Directors1 Board, Mrs. has and (ailtiiuliy On arrmint of tlic nMircim nt of Irs. rirs Mcri-ria.trhar: Mrs s. havp in-.T. ciiK r- i! was yr-Ers HI urea- to v.-ui r.o nieans rh-1 only to Qtiiie a ,school and Adult Bible class, p.m.; is i lloiy l.apttsm. 4 p.m. woman who .i? lg. ana 3rfj SKndavs ai s.iys a writer 4lh al Holy commuc- i a.m.. i o'clock service, i pp.iliroirtcrcd. her boeomingly in ;i roi-k I members iir.z i satin. ami .tuesJs of ilio! dar.c Jfr. nml Mr. Mrs. Mr. nivl Jirs., o te r is loiiows: v-eir-ts is made tarncst orccstershiro oauco factory in the World the retool room Monday total. on har.rt. Su J-'ish :mi! a' of Assets and list. .1? rc-r .1 and i; to! H. M, prc-arcd.' j Monriav rrpr.fns vvui! kr 5 arid trousers wiio i e ?.a a -natter j craze wnp a; II j riroti'.eriiootl of St. .Andrew's ineeisj evening in the vestry j- p.ra. Y. McMHIer.. rector; nti-j esp, iioO Sixth street South. j Church of St. Mary's Svindny school 3 p.ra. Choral even- j -sons. Wednesdays aad celebrated women. s P-m- Hol-r com-; Dr Mnrv celebrated on the idy doctor be-'0'11' Sunday of cacii moni-i, at a.m.} clothes rliKt j Fifth Avc. North Baptist since. At. Rev. G. Kinsman. Sunday; :'o v.'hat is as Lsdiool 'J o'clock. Prcachinp serA-ice] s so say. knickerboi-k-'7.30 o'clock. Subject. "Three Cr.ndi-i inter she adopt-1 dates far Discipleshlp." A hearty wel-: dress wiili eome '.o rus. A. Lytle will urenrh in Jin.- inoniinc The First Churc'g of Christ (Scien-1 j -n ;ist) will hoid services unnoircw ,TT iilit this in tlio Sunday of nrr thp CVeainc. Foundation; On or.f orra- i I :M s of 11 i a.m. niiti p.m. on tno jfii-jor of ilvv Foyal "Bank Inirlding. Stib-i ,5 itc'rd wr.f liio.r ilu-y are Christian Scion-! i I rss: i First Baptist A. "Memoirs" T'.irrc rn-.sser, the jMFtor. will p.ddress the depic-iir.ir Mndnmo incw-y olcctod church officer? at 11 in hrr Text. "I MrfpniCv Office." Rom. TUOS: r.r.ti l-T. Sunuay School meets directly J.ov.ud (o tli.it jn; close o! the mcrniny: service of the Edison Ptton charminp in thi and sh i clothe ine aitirr-. i? a and r.oveiu-r. and t.tcr in a frock r'vcRinc sorvScc nt 7.SO. Engiish on .y. .nn. 22. will bo held at .1 o'oiorki s" j r.r.'.l T.oO o'crirk at the home of Rpv. C. St. S.