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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. May LETHBR1DGE. DAILY Pagell The Tea-Taster's Palate is one of the most delicate organs in tlfce world. It can detect slightest imperfection of blend. From raw lenf to sealed. packet, l-he'inuRl' expert care is resiwhsibie'-. for The most .experienced. tasters''. watch the and no slightest ''imperfection is permitted to, pass.- A perfectly pure and delightfully fragrant beverage. IS MY BROTHER 1 lie is mj brother who lud need, No matter whit his race or Uhereier ir.eii ID anguish cry, Wherever men in soiroiv lie. Wherem hitler tears arc sbeJ. the star ol hope hath fled. 'TIS U.Mie to loiiifurt and sustain Let to or.e ciy lo ttee la Oh. let thy charity eitesd Bi-juud Itc hasaebsM ol ttlHMl Thy love search through the I to flrjl The weak and suffering oi thy kma. Let charity begin at home. Hut, oh, lorbltl it not to roam To peci upon Ihc drear The souls lhat taint for words o! cnder I' I'ctcrson. The quarantine ior measles raised from the Lome ot Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ,1. Ciehm today. Mr HobiLs.n made tin meseutation in a few ucll tl.osen words expressing the of Mr Harper's von. iy responsible (or ih? o! efflcier-cy'attained by the comply: Mr Harper suitably irsji. ;.ied after thq iioging ot "K.-r he s a jolly good in ptojisin tendered. Miss Wasbbrook ai.d Mr. lon lavoredjwith solos n J Messrs. Cooper aM Fleming rid a duel. Victor Ilrown a remarkably good imitation of a iHru.yard. aad the gathering disperse-! with the singing of "Auld Lanp The srxiely will huM a pior.ic OS Saturday at the river loiton, f' the-members art. asked u> ass.ni at the'ball park at elct-n oMm W OT I'Stimcs-kins" nuttiest. Everyone wio thh lor the flrst tine is dtSijfhtrd. it jo .J so eomfor'ttWe, so durable, ll ii "bidU-jIpV hl 'cirdcd -.oUon.Vovea into machinery.; Every ol mumUclurt, watched.-' Thtrc is no maltrm made in ihe World thin in !or. ptoplt' 'J "itii biel'1; Ilyoiif dtalir. lias notjot Itwritc'.ui :.'l we witt ttll you whcro you cm 'jet iL Makes Home Baking Easy. Gives nicer, better food tlian baker's. There is no baking' powder like it for hot biscuit, hot breads and cake. Mads from Pure Grape Cream of Tartar. lira. J. B. Murray acd Mlsa Grin Oliver ar.d two child- ren of Edintargb; Scotland, arrived today and arc guests with Mr.- and A.-B. Gibson. Jlr. and Mrs.-K. A. 'iVilliarason are the' latter's Miss Calftary, anrl Mr._Cook, of to bc_ wcctcnd Mrs. C. F. Smiili and litlle son, Hugh, are spending a week or lea former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .AV.U. McKcown, of Red A managing committee was ap- pointed.In with the W. A. Deer. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Teeple, o! Min- nejpolis'.'are cipectcd tomorrow to a 'couple ol days with their Mrs. G. B. Fleming, Strath- con a Court, en route., home from general super-1 con a our, e Calilornia, where they thspast two or tliroo inonlhs., Mrj'anii'Mts. .F- 0. Coolbaugh an tt'il. "Anttnf, flafavl-a DUKE O London, 'ilay .mid Conn- Iho Swcd Arlhi rjaugnu ;OFF1C hooth at Mil It El Vr'flS --r-- Jiu, 'Mcs-'lut'tle, pi uaiatia. INCTC jajl Mr. and Mrs liave manv in'the cily, having been here some sif 'y6ars ago. -v_ _A public .school ttichers rniue.Ja'sl evening and of Superintend- ent eajc.yed.a visit over ihe given demonstra- tions', oij'iljsting, .rock drilling and qtheft tojnlog operations. A> >M a finqfe f -4 A 1 1 HP. 'fetttptifixi F SEAL BRAND COFFEE ,FI6wcr Guild- held buimesS mec'tirig at ihe. ,e president; Mrs. n. F.'P, yesterday al- t was .'found, thai., it'.out- olVwhfeii ripllces' hive een sent out, are'pafd-in'.'-the Cuild vill.bq atle.lwith iloss.oAis, to carry on.its'wor. all', .when somo .means., ot- nnds :will-h6 The following 'bmcers 'were or the ensuing year OT me- enduing President-Mrs. C. F. I'. Conyhrarc (tiiiiinimatislr I Vice-Presideni Mts. It. Jnrt I THE BEAUTY QF SUNLIGHT is that every garment -washed with it .bears the .impress of purity begotten of sweet, cleansing oils, and main- tained by absolute cleanliness in purity exalted by the co-operation of workers in unity of A purity demonstrated by the Guarantee" which rests upon every 5c. bar of SUNLIGHT SOAP. The name Lever on Soap is a Guarantee of Purily and Sc, a bar at all Grocers and Stores. don A. A. Second Smith. Mrs. S. D.> Mitchell. At ihe conclusion of Ihc- business 'meeting afternoon1 tea wns served by Mrs." V. E. Fisher and Miss Gladys Downer. proacliing majriagc'to Miss Florence How About Spring I Lamb? Fresh From tKe Yoit.igfrnAeys.and Freshly Killed Meats CKoicfe, Ten ALiii-'r-j savor CHASE AND SANBOUN Naples, Mny during ihc night and IhW morning showed newed Actlvityi- erun- lon was accompjiiled by at sllgh shoik. >A hew'and largo central fissure bas opened around the craiwfrora -whtch are'emiltcd, Thi ttfieJ, hnvo no! yet gol beyond tho limits of Ihc choice and phone yow recommend any of above KILLED BV RUNAWAY Albert, May Rob- munt, homesteader near, Li. Colle Falls. tbt clly', power plant 13 Iwing eonstruct'ed. w46 killed1'when his borfio ran away and ibtow him from the rig. The anlmol look fright at ar. aulo. He Icavci a wife and two 'children.' 'I'.-'.- ACTOM the Court Ho ;