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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Friday, May 13th We may be prejudiced. Be your own judge. Buy to-day a packet of And if you don't find it satisfactory your money will be promptly refunded by your grocer TABER KICKS ABOUT PHONES Edited by Phone 1052 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. Lethbridgc will not revive to- morrow, nor again until fall. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Ladies' Auxiliary of St. Cy- prian's parisli met with Mrs. H. Boyd yesterday afternoon. Seventeen members were present and four new members were received. Refreshments and pleasure arc laid aside on..these occasions and every one spends a -busy afternoon fornightly, sewing'. Orders for plain sewing will be gladly re- ceived by the society, who is endeav- oring to raise an amount sufficient to cover the cost of furnishings for thoir new church, work upon which.will be started next week. Orders for aprons, towels, sheets, pillow slips and plain sewing of every description will accepted. Mrs. E. A. Carver, West- minster Road, will entertain the Aux- iliary Thursday, May 26th. The annual meeting of the W.M.S. of Westminster church was held at the parsonage yesterday afternoon. Reports for the past year show an increase in giving over the preceding year of 500 per cent. The member- Tiic officers who will 'serve during the coming arc Pres., Mrs. A. A. Lyttle, vice-pres., Mrs. J. B. Gray rec.-sec., Mrs. R. Burgmann cor.-sec., Mrs. W. P. J. Alexander; treas., Mrs. Wm. Hoult supt. pro- portionate and systematic giving, Mrs. J. M. Reding. Watch Tower- China, Mrs. Robertson .Japan, Mrs. Watson Indian work, Mrs. Simui French and" general work, Mrs. Alex- ander-. At the close of the session ing if you are looking, for an amanu- ensis. The Burmese woman is riot only an efficient business woman but a good mo liter. Her duties as moth- er and merchant do not interfere with each other in the slightest degree. Added to her superior intelligence, the Burmese woman has good looks. She has eyes of a deep, liquid black, or brown bordering on black. The forehead is usually high and well fill- ed out and there is a purity of ex- pression about the face. Her head is oval and shapely, this effect being heightened by the manner in which she dresses her hair in a big knot on top of'-her head. Her dress is white, with a tight-fitting jacket, with large sleeves the lower part of the body is covered by a single bright silk petticoat, which also as-tight fitting and displays the figure like a modern sheath skirt. The woman of Burma is cautious about, wearing' jewelry. If the wears any at all it must be of gold. She powders her face unspar- ingly and adorns her hair with a few flowers, usualiv artificial ones. M GettHg im- jself on securing for Canada the li.li amount of the loan on favorable AUCTIONEERS' OBJECTIONS. Kditor. Lethhridsie Herald: from the manifest in possession a plentiful supply of beer and whiskey inter- diction notice, made out in Calgary some time ago. admitted he was interdicted but. tried to explain that he believed that the fact that he vras interdicted in Calgary did not prohibit him taking a drink in "Leth- town periodically and goes upon pro- longed jamborees until ail his money. is spent, .fohn pleaded that if they would let him go he go strAlsht down to Magrath and go to work and not return for a long w.hile. After considering the case and questioning Purcell about his past and -habits the fairness 10 our local men. it appears to me that Aid. Bowman places him- self in a very unfavorable light when j be nominates his own business part-! terms. CROPS AT BULLS HEAD Medicine Hat, May Olson, nor as auctioneer in the selling of the I merchant, of Bulls Head, was in the city's subdivision: indeed, T would go further and say ihat I believe -it to be in direct contravention 'to the pro- visions of the dry charter. Yours faithfully. A. J. B. city on Tuesday on business. He De- ports the crops in cnat district In very good condition. It Is expected that a townslte will be put on the market at Bullshead shortly. ;