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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE A Pound Lasts The first thing a woman notices wben she starts using Blue Ribbon is its better, richer flavor. Then she notices that a pound lasts longer. A pinch of Blue. Ribbon makes much more tea than is givon- by a larger amount of other tea. And it is guaranteed satisfactory. Your grocer will 'refund jour money if you do not find Blue Ribbon superior to the tea you have beea.- using. Merely return the unused portion. spirited men who are at the head of their Board of Trade, aud-that he was certain their efforts would command success. He expressed himself as having every i'aith in Alberta, and especially in Southern Alberta and Lethbridge. The fact that a city of can raise in two days for publicity purposes was good enough evidence io him of the future of this city, and he was sure that it would have the same effect on ev- ery person to whom the story is told. Anglo-Japanese .Agree- ment Being Ratified at Tokio Tokio, May 5.- Anglo-Japanese -Rautications of the commercial treatv were exchanged today. Great Britain EDiTED BY Office Phone, Residence 'UNO." 1224 620 Mrs- C. F. P. Conybeare receive tomorrow. -mot Mrs. Rivers will receive for last 'tiime formally this season morrow. course of; -the evening at the card tables.- The guests were: Rig- Mrs-. the by, Mrs. J. R. Anderson, Mrs. L. M. to- Johnstone, Mrs. T. W. Robertson, High River; 'Mrs. Naismith, sr., Mrs. P. L. Naismith, Mrs. Leth- John Sharmau, the Misses bridge, Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Clarke, Mrs. Clarke's Store News Saturday Suit Sale Choice of Any Suit up to and JViiss. Batt', will Seatle, Mrs. Donnan, Mrs. J. 0. Wil- tomorrowfor the last, time ciiis sea-i son. The Gait Hospital Aid Society will convene for the "last tin-re until Sep- tember, tomorrow afternoon at four Mrs. Southard. Miss Dunn, of Minneapolis, who has: been visiting the Misses Munroe in their apartments in the returned .to her home this inornini; and Japan negotiated a commercial she was, accompanied by Miss Dona treaty which will come into force July 17, replacing the existing treaty expir- ing July 1st. The pact removed xt-to-Hafce.it. dives Another Talk on Ptiblicity at Board of Trade Ltinckon--A Portland Visitor There ..was. .another, well attended ment. The venture'would cost 54000 Board of Tra'de luncheon "today. One and he could do an immense amount of arge Partition off a por- :tei. The. which promises tl0n room and also to ,be-of will be'il- lustrated with "lantern View's, Mrs. is without a doubt -opportunity of the sea- or the woman new spring suit to should be taken f oar- quantities are limited remarkably low suits of such excel lent character warrants a "disappearance of some of the choicest lines. Included in... this 'tot are acme twenty-odd .garments of the "most attractive styles we have had to show this season, suitable for min- women's.-and. stout.. women's grays, fawns, tans the darker tones of grays, navys. browns, coats are all silk lined; skirts cut moderately narrow. tailored in every way and famous for thsir splendid fitand shape-koeptng abilities. Worth up to x MAKE ALTERATIONS AND GUARANTEE THE plan the work for next rrour.h. of the At! the i] G. Wing Richardson-ot; Calgary, ..town vesterday afternoon and; are; the guests of Mrs: acceptable refreshments. Homer G-av. Thev will leave Mon- Andres served .day to organize in leod HOMESTEADER BURNED OUT Tisdale, -Sask., May destruct- ive fire from the prairie consumed tne .barn of Ned Scanlon, Valparaiso, situated west of here. Three valuable horses were burned to death. Mrs. A. A. Lyfcle and the five young "young ladies who with her as teacher j passed so creditably the first, part of The. Cooper home on Ashmead St. J the Sunday school teacher training .was the. scene of a merry little event j were the heroines of the even- last evening when a.Tew of the friends ing at 'the banquet given in Westmin- Mr. ,S. R. Vallance gathered to ster church, last evening. To celebrate spend, the evening, with Kim and hid their success these young ladies, him "bon voyage." An impromptu; Misses Killam, Finley, Shaw; Butler musicale was the entertainment en- and Stedmari, 'with Mrs. Lytle, invit- joyed during the early part of the ed the officers and' teachers, as well .evening, then the "light fantastic" as the the four senior was tripped until a late. hour. The j classes ot the school to join with guests'were Mr. Mrs. Woods, 'them. About sixty sat around 'the Misses; Hanna. Cooper, Diser, Keat- j festive board and enjoyed the splen- ley, .Jameson and Messrs. Vallance, j did repast provided by the.ladies and Roy, Cascaddcn.and.Rylett. NARROW MAJORITY London, ,May West Brom wich election petition 'was decided .to- day, the recount giving Viscount Lew sham, Unionist, the seat by two votes He had a majority of five. THEATR CAL FOR YOUR GARDEN DON'T YOU NEED A WHOLE LOT OF NEW TOOLS? WE HAVE THEM. DON'T BORROW YOUR NEIGHBOR'S WE DO NOT, "GO TO SEED" IN OUR BUSINESS BUT KEEP UP-TO-DATE WITH ALL THE RELIABLE BRANDS OF HARDWARE IN ABUNDANCE "WE HAVE IT Stafford-Agnew MAX DILL AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE TONIGHT That unctuous German comedian, Max'- late of Kolb and Dill, ;WH1 be seen in the -merry musical comedy, 'Lonesome at the Majestic tiieatre tonight and tomorrow only. NO happier choice of a vehicle could have been made and .Dill has had- a most successful season with the fa- mous Judson C. Brusie music-play. the Young Men's Bible class. Tlie chair was occupied by the pastor, E. G-. Hazell invited a number j Rev. A. A. Lytle, and between the of ypting people j speeches, were several musical selec- wifhr'Mr. Dan Wells last night, prior j tions. Mrs. Alexander and Mr. to his-departure this morning for i rendered solos, Miss Ptuby Simm and Calgary, where he will spend two weeks relieving in that" city's _ branch going East., Showers of pink and white car- nations, decked the rooms.where four' Messrs. Wilfrid. Sinmi and Stott a trio, and Miss Alice Castle gave a violin solo; all of which were much enjoyed. In his opening remarks Mr. Lytle tables were, in play.-. Alter j spoke of the splendid success the several joJ if games: the -trophies were school as a whole had achieved.and of awarded. Miss Hodglns was award- ed ;a: box. of .writing paper .and Mr. Brooks a deck of cards .in a leather case for the greatest number of of" and Laurence Naismitlx was given the-consolation favor. a most-delicious sup- per "was served at the'large .table the dining room, c.ovenj being laid for eighteen. A ,tall "-crystal vase folding 'Enchantress carnations, cen- iererl the board and brass candle itricks holding lighted tapers were! the excellent work "done by the young ladies of the" teacher training class-. Mr. John Torrancc, the superintend- All the ladies are cordially invited to see our" Sum-met Display of Millin- ery. We will show the latest modes in Lingerie-and Light Straws suitable for wear, also a good dis- play of Children's Millinery Street Hill Block Novelty is t.Iie of the pro-1 te> _supper the rugs were rolled duction. The plot is th- musical numbers do not possess reminiscent quality, and everythlh; about the presentation has an aspec of newness. Tlie locale of the piece is California The action is laid entirely in the town of Watts, in southern' California, ?.nd there is not a moment during the "IT you Jive out of town, write us." performance. There was naturally a great opportunity for picturesque set- tings, and "Lonesome Town" :s a tri- umph from a s-cenic standpoint alone. Dill's celebrated beauty chorus is with him ,and a military march cor.e by the girls is one of the most spec- tacular features of the performance. The supporting company, comp1) :ed of ifty people, is the same as [with him his recent San Fran- cisco run of 100 nights, and includes among those best know.n: Percy Bron- son. Roger Gray, Laura Oakley, Edith Whiteley, Maurice D-arcy, Fred W. Snook, Ernest Van Pelt, Jack Pollard, and Harris T i-j terrible suffering from kidney trouble, j wfnlp shc Save them all the credit. berry cloth relieved with trimmings Uike pleasure in writing you, Mrs. N. Larmour. Smith's Falls, Ont., j characters of the evening. Luncheon I was served at midnight, and in the Westminster Simoay scnool has thejscort Intermlssion following, Chief tg the benehavc reby using Dos-n's Kidney Pills. About a of being the best Same back and was so tad I could not of Irish crochet lace. Mrs. T. W. Robertson, of High River, was gown- J year I was terribly afflicted with province. The teacher training class ed exquisitely in black liberty satin elaborated with sequin "and. gold sementcrie and rare French lace. The games which were in play at three only used three ijoxes and I am as well tables were keenly and at the conclusion of the f evening -the dainty-honor favor was awarded Mrs. T. 0. Wilson, .and Robertson vas consoled with pretty gj'ft. The i Addisoil, of Lctllbrig6 ed ami most procrrossivc school in the j No. 262 grave a short address on the good work carried on by the Order. Dancing was then resumed and trouble." Price 50 cents per box, or 3 for Si.25, at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt in the T. Milbura If ordering direct specify "DoanV is the only one of its kind in South- ern Alberta, if not in the whole pro- OQe enjoyed themselves until the last vince.The enthusiasm that Mr. BIner's orchestra. .About izes all its work was very evident at! were'present and the banquet last 1 ttumber of con-dancers enjoyed 'themselves at the card tables under the charge of Mr. D. Hayter. It was The masquerade ball last agreed by all present to under the auspices of the Canadian have been one of the best conducted Order of Foresters was a very e'njoy- j dances of its kind this season. Mr. able and successful affair. The cos- j Gus Neidig acted as floor manager. tumes.were numerous and a number of very elaborate "make-ups" being included. Prizes were awarded. ment of the Lethbridge District best costumed lady, to Mrs. Mark p... day School Association, In ir's ic-1 White, after very long and difficult de- i liberations on the part of as the lairsre number of gorgeously gowned contestants in this class made the choosing of one in particular a J sadly perplexing matter; for best cos- ;