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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta November THE LETTTfrHTPGE DATLY flaky Home Baked Jiscuiis DeliciousCake made wJih DR PRICES CREAM j BakingPowder The product of Grape? No -Alum 'I 3 '5n t> i llimePhospnafc TAXICABFOR LE1HBRIDGE The tnxicab schemCi instituted liy a of frenzied financiers who vis- ited the city lately, having fallen by. the wajsidc it is not to be, long before tlie idea is taken up by Borne solid business firm. Speaking to M. L. Peck, oi the Palace Livery this morning he staled that he n tended to add a couple of taxi's to his equipment within a months, and as the streets are paved to admit of their, being used to ad- intake the} will lie put into USL for tlie convenience of the people of Leth- bridgc. -Mr. feck thinks the city is large enough" for. tho venture, and says that he lias found since coming her? tint Illp licit is none too good for Lethbridge popple yhtn tlicj want sen ice of mi 1 mil It is hfelv the service .will-be spring. GIVES CREDIT TO KIPLING London. Nov. .on the Canadian elections appear from'the ilev.- J._A. MacDonald in the Novem- ber Contemporary Review and from Baclile's Wilson in the Nineteenth Cen- tury. Uoth attribute .the.result large- 1) to tlie strong repugnance of the Canadian electorate for certain ele ments of American life and fear of the American annexation of Canada. Mr. MacDonald enumerates a scries of old grudges, -while Wilson gives the Kipling message much credit for the result.. Commenting on Wilson's'ar- ticles tin, Westminster Gazette sajs its argument seems lo he tint alto- gether it is well that Canadians should not associate with the rowdy people next door, but that journal is not certain that Canadians as a whole will appreciate this view. LOCAL BATTERY'S BETTER STATUS Major J S Stewart bib received tint i von plcising change lull tike plicc m (he stilus, ot the 2ith Hattirv at in earh dile torm- the Battery belonged to the field artillerj class intl equipped ic tonllngl) Now however it is be ing turnqd Into i horse artillery un it and will be tlie onlj one of its, kind in Canada outside of tho regu lir militia 1 ifts eight sets of 1m- rcss and four tliirteen-ppunders oi the litest pattern will Tie added to the equipment, making the 25th one of the strongest military units in Canada. The members of the Hilton ire greatl) pleased with the distinction which, this change gives them. Bishop Stringer, of the Yukon, Is at Ottawa, -urging ths Government to send reindeer to that province. The request .will foe granted. COMMISSIONS IN ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS Ottawa, Oct.. two commls signs in tho Royal Army Medical corps will be granted1 annually to can1 didates who have qualified in medical schools in Canada is the information contained In this week's militia ord- ers. One candidate is-to.he nominat- ed half yearly by the militia depart- ment and.the nominees tire to arrange to arrive in England. not later than the middle of January ana. July re- Hpoctively. They must bo registered under the medical acts now in force In the United Kingdom thu physician standard laid-clown' for the R. A. M. C. SURGERY NO TEKROR TO'HIM Michigan Man Watches Doctort Cut Him Open, Break Rib with Mal- let, and Take Water from Saginaw, Mich., Nov; Heyman, 23 years old, suffering with water on tho lungs .watched thw sur- geons 'cut'him open, break'the' fifth rib with a mallet, and then take three Quarts of water from his without taking an'anaesthetic, which he thought would make sick.after- ward. Our Annual Stock-Reducing Sale Starts To-morrow, November 2nd AT THE WILSON fOBNITURE COMPANY 404 13th Street N. A FEW Lethbridge SPECIALS REGULAR PRICE SALE 2 only, Kitchen Oupboaids 50 I only Ohesl oi awn s 11.00 8.00 II only pi Clicy Blankets 350 2.50 7 only Bed Spicads, white...... 1.50 1.00 17 only (Jomloilcis .....'-3160 -1.5J5 Lace Gujtmns, 3 1-2 yds long 125 .00 A Discount, ot 10 per cent. Avill be allowed qM All FiH'iiHurc During ThH Linoloum, 6 feet wide, clem ing ftt per yd. FloOr Oilololh 0 II going at 75c pet yd. priceH arc lor Cash PI10NF 102.J 1244. Phone 774. For all the snints, who from their labours rest, Who Then by tnilh before the world confessed, O Jesu, bo forever blest Hostesses tomorrow- Mrs. F. W.I Downer. Mrs. Brodie, 648 Eleventh St.. Miss McNcillo, of Lindsay, is a guest with Miss McKay. Mrs. J. H. Rivors-vill receive to- morrow, afternoon for the first time this season. Mrs. A. Taylor will receive to- morrow for the first lime this sea- son. Mr. James A. MauDonalcl, Of Cal- gnry, is spending a couple of days in the city. TIio Homo Missionary so- ciety of Knox church will n0et this evening at 8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Hodgson, of Peter- boro, Ont., have arrived In the city, Mr. Hodgson is the new principal of the High school. Tho''.-Ladies'. Aid o! Knox church will meet in the school 'afternoon at 3 o'clock, when a f'1'! attendance is requested. Mrs. W: S. Ball will receive to- morrow afternoon' for the. first .time, this season Her Hitter, Mis of Ottawa, will receive, with her. Mrs. M. Young, RcditatluSt., will receive tomorrow ior the first time this, season and afterwards pir. the first Wednesday of the riiouth. Miss Edith Young.Mvho spent the past two months Msitmg her hrotliei at Maple Creek, returned to yesterday Mr! G. M. Proud, of was a tOity ivisitor mul attended tJie Charity liall lasfc evening. i Mr. Lunsden, of Ottawa, who lias been transferred to the of Montreal, arrived .in Hie cjty yester- day afternoon and commenced his new duties.this morning i Mrs, J. Bawden was the-hostess ol an .informal euchre this.-afternoon, wTien the. honor guest: was Mrs: Loas- by, of Sirdar, who .is a house guest with Mrs. T. F. Kirkham. Mr C W Knke of Regina su pumltndenfc of the Mining Bridge Construction Co., was a week-end visitor' in the city, tho guest .or. Mr. N. K. Kaatcc, 1210 Third Ave., S. Miss Jessie MaeDonald, of Calgary is i house guest with Mrs Thomas Taylor, Rcdpath St. Miss MacDon- ld remayi in the city for tuo or three weeks Miss :Addy Belcher, who has -been a guest with Miss Helen Mewburn for few ihjs retu.ned lo Edntontoji yesterday Tho Luther League of St. Paul's First Lutheran. church will meet at the home of Rev C Orint J500 Sixth Ave., S., on Thursday evening at: 8 o'clock. The of Miss I Hart to Mr. E. Bates, both of Kipp, -was solemnized at high noon "today at the homo of Mr.' and Mrs; Sydney Sixteenth St., N. After a brief hon- cymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Bates will re- turn .to they will reside. A congregational meeting will be KIIOK church on Friday even- ing, when .-the committee, chosen to look into thn matter of securing a successor lo Rev. A. M. report. This will be an especially important meeting, anil there should he a large attendance. The engagement is announced of Miss Ilclene Masscn Mills, eldest daughter of Mr. Nathaniel Mills, post- master of the House of Commons, anil Mf.s. Mills, to Mr. Robert Leo Riggs, of Winnipeg, son of the late John Seville Riggs, .of Charleston, South Carolina. The marriage will tnlte place quietly on November Ottawa ClUzcn. Tuesday 2-llh in the First Haptist church, NelsoB, U. .C., tile marriage was solemnized ef Miss Pollie Rich ards, B. C., tormcfly ol Twelfth St.', A., North Lethbridge, to Mr. Stephen James Dcdrlck, C.P. R. station agent at Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Jones .returned yesterday from California and were guests with Mr. and Mrs. W. Hardie. They left this afternoon for Calgary, and will return to the city next -week. The social committee o! St. Augus- lin's Parish Association will meet with Miss Bawden, Coutts St., to- morrow (Thursday) evening afc eight St.'Monica Guild of.St. Augustin's church have decided to hold their an- nual-bazaar and concert on Thurs- December 7lh, afternqpn and evening in the Parish Hall, when all kinds ot fancy articles, borne-made cooking, candy, etc., will lie on sale. A good concert be put on in 'the evening. Those wishing to order Christmas puddings will kindly telephone Mrs. E. N. Higinbolhain. In spite ot the. numerous other at- tractions about forty people attend- ed the Hallowe'en social at St. Au- gustin's churcli last evening. C. F. P.. Conyhcare, K.C., D.C.L., was .chairman and a most novel'and thoroughly enjoyable Hallowe'en pro- gram, as- carried out. Everyone, had a jolly time and a pleasant feature of the affair was the presence of the visiting clergy of the South Albcrua Mission. The evening closed with the singing of Auld Lang Sjnt The Misses Dicer entertained at; a Hallowe'en partyi last evening. The decorations were in keeping with the festival, as were also the progressive games, which were much enjoyed A menu of delectable goodies was sencd at .quartette-tallies. The 'guests included the Misses Oli- ver, Waterman, McCann, Podr gcr and Messrs. Shantz, Toombs, Patterson, R. Cascaden, 13. Cascad- en, Crawford, Buchanan, Chandler and Kane. Toronto Globe: At 7 o'clock on Wednesday evening a very quiet wed- ding took place at 22 Borden when Miss Mary Macdohncll Fraser, only daughter of Mrs.' Fraser, Toron- to, and the late Dr. H. IX Frascrj was married to Mr. Her- bert Cronk of Cranbrook', B. p., son of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cronk, Dcs- eronto, Ont. Tho ceremony was con- ducted by the Rev. James Murray, B. D., the musical part being beautifully rendered by Bliss Service. The bride-, who wis unattended, was given away by her brother, Mr. C. M. Jraser, and wore her travelling dress of blue serge and black velvet hat with white ostricli plumes. After the cere- mony Mr. and Mrs. Cronk left for Montreal and other eastern- points. On their return Mr. and Mrs. Cronlt will spend a lew days in Toronto be- fore leaving for their future home in the west. The K. of P. hall presented a fcs- appearance last evening on the occasion of the first annual Charity Ball, which was held under the aus- pices of the Relief Society; Picturesque effects were secured by an artistic combination oi .flags and hunting. Ferns, geraniums, prim- and palms were.effective. v The table hail novel paper covers with lAiIIowe'en decorations oi pump- kins, corn, and apples. The programs