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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta "Wednesday, -Tune THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 9 net white (is snoiu." fer Little Best for The Whole Family FIVE ROSES FLOUR contains (lie full value of the best Western Hard Spring Wheat anil is delightfully good for Bread. Cakes and Pastry MILADI ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR what makes flour bccvn best. JfiWirlom ,-bread and caltes the least ainount of Uoublc That, means this flour. Send for a trial ites't it for yourself. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. M rr-.7-.fi; AT 'EDITED BY "INO" PHONES: Office, 1224 111) II IS -WINNIPEG-. ELECTRIC 7-0 BE SOLD Toronto, Juno most active sessions of tho Toronto 'Stock Exchange this year was.Mield 'this morning, when practically all of tha so-called-'live wires issued wore bought -up Winnipeg Brails 'v.-ere 'probably." ihe briskest of the stocks, opening at advancing to and''selling at noon at to 2'12." the "oiuse of "the unexpected ..spurt is not definitely known, but the rumors .concerning the vrobtible pur- chase of .the road an .outstanding factor. It. is net at all unlikely tlml tho .Toronto insiders have received something definite in the way of news concerning this trans- action. lust1 being; happy Is a fine thing to do1; Looking on the bright siile Rather than the blue .Sad or sunny .musing Is largely in llui choosing Anil' just hcliig happy J.s brave work ami (rue. -Seleeteit. Do not look forward to what might happen tom'orrow the same everlast- ing Kathur, who cares for you today, take care of you tomorrow every day. 1'Jithcr He will shield you 'rom K'.ilTcring, or lie will give Vpii itnfailiug strength to bear i.t. He at icace ibiMi, put aside all anxious ilioughis and imaginations. St. KranciK de Sales. receiving tomorrow Mrs. K. Downer. Mrs. John Krodiu, nor again this season. Mrs. II. nor again' .Iii.s season. Mrs. J. 0. Wilson will be .the hos- css of an informal little bridge on afternoon. Rev. A. A. who lias been at- ehdinj; conference in Edmonton, is xpected Iioine this evening. Mrs. A. Southard will entertain at progressive luncheon on Fiday in boner of Miss Irene McLachlan, a .June, bride-to-be. Covers will he .laid for twentv-two. The thimble tea given by Mrs. R. Howard Dobson yesterday was a verv enjovabie afirtlr. Tiie hostess rcct-ived her guests a snnirt wiiite-.panama cos- tume with relieving; touches of black, The assistants were Miss Cochranc, gowned in black .striped taffeta and black and white chapeau, and HIiss Dunne, who was wearing pale 'inauvc- taffeta and blaclt llbwer wreathe.d hat. A guessing contest resulted in :the pretty j'avpr beint; I-Ioopcr. is w-cll known in having been on the public school staff, wil with her popular have th best M'isheB of all-for.-a long, happ; aii-d prosperous wededilH's. A wedding of- considerably more than local Interest .took place at Car nungay when Dr. K. I3ry a'ris was married to 'Miss'Mabel Shoiil dice, D. G Shouldice, of this town, aiid -f'ormerl} of Calgary. aiie curoiiiony was iiunurtiivti in ihe AJethodiFt Cliurchj a large, number o, friends and Invited guests gathering to 'witness the jnlning of tv.-o of the inosi popular.'young people in the dii trict. Robert .of Red Deer cousin of the groom, 'Officiated, assisted..by Rev. Nevillp, pastor of the church. The bride, who handsomely gowned, was given away and was uriatteiid-ad. After the ceremony, and Mrs. Bryans left for Ontario, on. a few'weeks' holiday, which will be spent 'In the vicinity of Brussels, the, doctor's boyhood home. The trip is'.to .berniade via the Great Lafcas. Among the out of to.wn guests at the wedding were. Misses Hambly and Kathleen McGillicuddy, of Calgary, arid Dr. Millies, of Trochu.; Clubs and Societies The members of the Ladies Aid cciety of Kuox cliurch are reminded of the at ''three o'clock to- morrow afternoon. The ,Women's Missionary Circle, of the 'First Baptist church will meet in the basement of ihe. church at o.'clock tomorrow afternoon. The ;Luther League St. Paul's First Lutheran church will hold their monthlj meeting ii the home of i tbat Mi C. Grant; 1509 Sixth S., to mortou at b o clock bj Mis bu meeting of the S 0 I is called foi this Jt 8 p m sharp. AH members are requested to attend. OFFICERS WILL BE NAMED SOON By the Diocesan Branch of the W. A. Now in Sess- ion Here This morning's .session of tho Cal- gary Diocesan Brunch of the Woman's Auxiliary was .well attended and was opened with A. prayers led by J'ic Bernard. Mrs. Mitchell, of, Calgary, the dio- cc'san treasurer, gave a most explicit report, the rotal amount raised dur- thc year boing given -to general pledges and to diocesan pledges. A long discussion followed on the simplifying Ihe 'pledges, but no defin- ic action .was taken. Mrs.- Barton, .of I'algary, juniors secretary-treasurer, read a com- prehensive report. There are now ten unior branches with 197 members, i 'lie'total'amount raised by the Jim- ors; was. 5H2-.38. Mrs. Henderson, oi Calgary, the labies'.; secretary-treasurer, did not a report, hut the diocesan trea- ure'r stated that'the babies' branch- s had .raised Houlton, Calgary, followed ith a lucid explanation of baby ranch'-work. Rev. W. R. Sin.pson, of Lundbrcck, d iii. njfohday' prayer and delivered short interesting address, dwelling n Ibe. three phases of motherhood, hyslcal; intellectual and spiritual. The W. A. is the' haml-maiJen of the church and cares foir those physically intellectually and spiritually weak. of officers followed, the election taking.place by ballot to- morrow., morning.; -It was ,suggested Ertmonttfn, who lias been Dorcas secretarv lor three years, be first vice-president; Mrs.1 W. Ingrain, -of Lcthbritigc, babies secretary-treasurer Mrs. E. N. Hig- mbothan of I cthbndgc treasi Where To Go On Friday Saturday Look up this space to- morrow for full details Hudson's Bay Co CLEARANCE SALE OF CHILDREN'S CLOTH BERLINS SWEAT- ERS, STAMPED GOODS, NOVELTIES, ETC. GOODS SOLD BELOW COST. M. F. Phillips 815 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Blons gathered: {1J r'fo bo a .success- ful and acceptabl-e W. A. worker one must be an earnest, faithful, praying Christian. (2) The first and main.object must be given prominence in the" meet- ings, as well as life. (3) Workers mi'st Keep infoi on work being carried on in the mis- iionary fields (4) That the-.-e is no greater 01 more important work in the world than missionary .work. The meeting closed with a hymn and the benediction. AT STARLAND SWAT THE PEST -BREEDER Hegina, June civic liealth department is .arranging for a- public swat the fly day .to be observed on the 14th of this month. It is "hoped to specially interest the children of the city in the anti-fly "Frize will be given to those lulling the most files that day. Miss -Irene McLachlan, trlecf, was the raison d1 of a miscellaneous shower; which claimed Mrs I G Tli7dl is hostess jestci day artcrno.on. Mrs. llay.ell received, her..'.guests a riimt "mgerie goun Miss aa _ t i_ n a white embroidered frock, wUh ilaclt velvet accessories and, black 'ictutc hat bearing a white plume, received manv lovely and useful gifts quaint rhyme accompanying each Ihe color scheme was expressed in Hojv and white, tlic iea hour trifles being served hy the. three gracefully, gowned daughters oi the home. Included in the guest list W. Downer. Mrs. H. Galvin. Mrs. A. Southard. Mrs. R. J. Gordon. Mrs.1 If- Mrs. .F. Cum-1 mings "Mrs Mis Gibbons, Mrs. Neil McLachlan, Mrs. R. C. (line Mis Mrs I Armstrong, Mrs. R, E. McArthur, I Mrs. Malcolm Young, Mrs- McKillop and the Misses Hatch, Tilncy, ,Gal- vin, Downer, -Jones, Jcpson and .Cut- i IMPROVEMENT IS NOTICEABLE DR. SHEARER CAYS .WEST IS MAK. The pictures shown lately at.Star- Ian 1 heen of the very highest 'class and the best that can le ob- tained. The mid-week pr.ogi.am (or united this will compare r and (u ith lin program seen in this Mrs Dicker" of Glclchcn and Mrs citv of Red Deer, were named [or Indian Mr. NEWIYWED .lild rr.'.'JMIo! li'.IUit new kind of salt we are using: 2t Bhtltu doesn't Mn. NEWLYWED If. WINDSOR SAW. The- grocer me about it wns the only kind hit customers would Mr. NEWLYWED if he keep. such good salt; I jrueas evcryUHingielse in his store must be good, so I would do all my trading there, if I %ycrc you'f. Uri. NEWJ.YWED intend to." Jf anil ''High Class Drama" It ib composed of four genuine .that mil excite and Interest even the pictures tint are both uell Vir.obt evading, apart From an m- f jami well lalnnced Thrre is "pure siruciivc and interesting novelty en-, The mcttmg ad curncd for luncheon conietij oi the ven titled Field to Cradle." CO., LET IJBfUDGE St. Angus tin's rectory was taxed to its capacity last, evening by the large number of guests, who gathered lo enjoy ihe reception tendered, to the visiting delegates to the AV. A, convention. Palms and potted plants adorned the drawing rooms, where the guests were welcomed by: Mrs. ;J. E. Mur- rcll-Wright, w'ho was assisted in re- ceiving; by Mrs, II. Hciitiey, A splendid musical, program was rendered consisting of vocal solos by i Miss Angio Hawdcn and Miss Free- man awl piano selections by Mi's. .1. E. .Sbciidcn, Miss and Miss Nimmons, Miss Archer being the ac- companist. The lea table was centred by a lovely bouquet of vivid scarlet ger- aniums held in a lall vase, which ested in a liiM of marguerites. Mis. R'. E, Sherlock presided over the tea and coffee equipage, while Mrs. K. fl'sinbo'thnm cut 'the. ices. Thn assistants were Mrs. A. Sharman, Mrs. G, R. Tinning, Mrs. .Salmon, Mrs. N'immons, Mrs! 0, A' Stephens, and (lie Misses BaVden, Dawson, Noalc j The wedding took lodny of A. p. Wilson, v.S., of Carman- j gay, to Miss Ht-niitv Fail'. formerly of, Cammnb'uy achool t-juehing staff, ho ceremony look place at the .home of ihu bride's sister, Mrs. K. Hobble, and Wilson left on a trip la :e. Rjsfc., and on returning will I rcsltio at The bride, who] REFORM Calgary, June moral condi- tions in Canada on the whole are im- proving, said Dr. .1. Cf.; Shearer, gen- eral secretarv of the' social service and evangelism of the Presb'yterian cliurch. Progress is being made in the tern) i rincc question iHhou'h it Ihe prevail fimi iti tht nutter oi legislation and law the piauJL 11 L hi behind the east Iii regard to the question of social vice, great progress has been made in mam cities dunnt tht past >car is Llosinj, its .trict. Personally, I ain1 persuaded present hoard of police com- ind thiei of police to ill of who'in is due the credit of aboli- tion of segregation, more truly reore- seiit _thc good people of Winnipeg than predecessors in office, cs tablished Ihu vice area. THEfR DIAMOND WEDDING Mr, and Airs. John' Gerrie, of Fer- .gus, have celebrated their diamond wedding. It brings Good Luck on Bak- ing dity because every, requisite of. parfoct baling, powder i< embodied in "Aibarta'i Best" is pure, .solutely pure. "Alberta's Bent is pofectly free from-any substance injurious to health, "Alberta's Best" ig is known by good cocks your arocir 'l. it the it I 1-j Tuesday Afternoon'o Session Yesterday afternoon's meeting of the Calgary Diocesan Branch of the Woman s Anxiharj which was in St 4.ugustins ball TV is ;en laige being, present, besides members or the three local Anglican churches. Thn president Mrs Bein ird of Calga j occipied the The Dorcis secretai; Mis J Melro'se, of Edmonton, read an ex- haustive and intensely interesting r? port, .stating thnr was given for church furnishings in the diocese of.Calgary during; the year, paid for .-materials1 in bales and two co-operative bales eemt out to the Hay River mission, in the Mackenzie 'river diocese. A profitable and lengthy dis- cussion followed.- I The recording s-ecretary, Mrs. Thorn as Belle w, Calgary, read a complete and encouraging-report, in which she stated that there are now branches, with a total membership of an increase of 418 over list year j The -repon: prepared by the corres- ponding secretary, .Sirs. A. E. Hume who is ill in Calgary, was read by Mrs, Houltpn, Calgary, The report showed that the branch reports for the year ware most encouraging, the membership Increased', larger amounts raised aiid more money given to mis sidns. The Red D-ser brunch has the largest membership; the pro-cathedral Calgiry, contributed the largest am- ount.to missions: Christ Church, Ed- monton, raised the largest amount, something .over i ..Afternoon Tea j .A pleasant feature was the serving' teii, sandwiches and cake by'ftliss Bawden and Mies DeVebcr.j who were assisted by Miss rjiwden'pi Sunday school class, composed of, Maisie Bowman, Hilda Church, Dora- Chapman, Lucy Ingram, Helen Colp- man, Katharine Freeman and Muriel j Williamson.. The little helpers were! daintily frocked in white, with pretty I bright ribbons. Mrs. Melrose. of Edmonton, re.id Mrs. Hume's paper on "impressions of the Triennial." paper gave a practical resume of the triennial, which convened in Winnjpegj hist Sen- temuer, at which delegates from twea ty out of twenty-three dioceses were present. It instanced most remark- able growth since Ihe beginning of the W. A. work, twenty-six years ago. There are now branches, 'wkh a membership of over The thanfcofferinp; presented at the open- ing 'communion' service amounted to ever Out of r.ilscd. was to Canadian mis- sions, to foreign missions, and for the education of mis- sionuTies' clilldrcn. Qome Qualifications .The paper gave 'aa tlio three main objects of W, A. wcvk; III Pntyer. (2) knowledge, (3) Uomts work, and concluded wilii sonic useful linjtres- Why shouldn't a man be interested in an advertisement for Sunlight Soap? He takes a pride in his linen and wants it washed wilh the purest Sunlight Soap which does not tear or wear linens or woollens, and Sunlight Soap makes the clothes wear longer. He likes his wife to have, leisure time and yet not neglect the children and house- hold duties. SUNLIGHT SOAP pays for itself by the time it saves, the labor it saves and the clothes it preserves. 5c. a bar at all Grocers. THE NAME SOAP ISA GUARANTEE OF PURITY AND EXCELLENCE. ;