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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HEJbtALJD A PERFECTION (MAPLt LEAF LASEt) v If cocoa is you r favonf by ail means enjoy it Jf as made with Cowan's perfection Cocoa. The acme of richness 'and flavor. fllE COWAN GOOD BREAD poriLto that body I could I would ask- you enough to let, so i can use mittee's report I wish to see tiie most sensible- way, so -will much. The assertion was also made by the' same man at. toe same time tnat the Province of.. Saskatchewan is tree i'rom all such places." This being the .case, I suppose your province must .nave added scope -to the Dominion sratules under which ..prostitution is a erim is kind..-.our bakers't know Thanking you yer-ysmuchrforian-ea-rly 'take i reply for any other, information home a know then, ajong these lines that .you are able Violi'ri'fnA ft rmstrimw. Our light and always fresh. CAKES- AND, FANCY: PASTRY right tram: tlie oven, that will -to "look at, and. You can vvour moulH taste even.'' better. many a -worry 'by; .ordering here. to give. Yours faithfully, v 'B. L. COPE. Chief Zeats replied to- this letter, giving Mr. Cope ail, the information at -liis command. In brief, this informa- tion was "Enforce the law to the lim- as" is. done in Resina. Ford St. WIFE MURDERER AND SUICIDE Chicago, "Nov. Sacsinina, who deserted his- wife a year ago, en- Beside File Halljtered the little grocery' the latter today and killed her, wouad- PhonellSl REGINA'AS 'OBJECT LESSON of Lcthbridge Appeals to Rsgina For Advice GO Segregation EDITED BY "UNO" VISITING DAYS The hostesses on Monday will be: .Mrs. R. F. Reeve, Redpath street' Mrs. Andrews aud Miss Dawson, 1415 (jourtland street. Mrs. J.. J. McLennan, 415 Burdett street, will receive for -the first time tnis season Monday. W .Mrs: H. O'Hagan'will not receive on Monday. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL .Airs. F. H. Mewburn was the host- ess at a jolly military euchre last even- Ing m honor of the- home-coming of her daughter, Miss Helen, who upon her return 'from Europe this summer, remained, in Toronto to attend the conservatory of Music. The drawing rooms were a bower of golden and white and the eight card tables decorated in the na- tional colors of various countries added a brilliant aspect to the rooms. At the close of the merry and exciting evening, the holders of the beloved CUPID'S COURT A't: Wesley parsonage Thursday, Nov. ra, Kev.. A. J. Prosser united in mar- riage Jacob S. Johnson and Mrs. Rosie .Uison, both of Barons, Alta. A-recent, wedding" of much interest to Magrath residents was that of Miss Marinda Heap, of Magrath, who has been spending some time at Salt Lake Uity, Utahj-and Mr. Mitchell Wyman, of Salt Lake City. The ceremony was performed at Salt -Lake City but the young couple expect to reside at Ma- grath. Samuel rancher 01 Terry and'Julia M. Hbuk, also of were -married by Rev.- T. P. Ferry at.the Methodist parsonage at 11.45 this morning. They will live in Montana. LQ veu "Union Mesdames Seatle and j xT T r IT' Keeve and Mr. Seatle and Mr. Leth-1 INeW ideas IOTC nntenanillg Dridge, were awarded the elaborate, j way to bring guests IPS THE BEST. That's Why I Use This is the reason thousands upon thousands of Canada's best-housekeepers give "when asked .why they use FIVE ROSES FLOUR. They know it suits their purposes better ttan any other flour, they They know that its whiteness, life and. flavor, result from the best milling methods nrthe freedom from artificial bleaching. 'i ._ Bleaching is resorted to in order to whiter flour made from low grade wheat and give it the .appearance, of high- grade patent flour. Bleaching destroys -the flavor ofc the.'flour-and deadens its expanding qualities. FIVE ROSES FLOUR "Unbleached, Yet White as is made from the finest No.J. Hard Northern is __ solutely free from bleaching'or any chemical treatment. FIVE ROSES FLOUR makes the best bread; cakes makes success certain Ask Your Grocer for Five Boses Eloiir v i: THE LAKE OF THE WOODS MILXING CO., FIVE ROSES siis Regina: Nov. far in error arie the statements made by Mr. andj f.iH5. Gordon Wright with respect tc Jiegina may be gathered fror.1 a letter receiveddast week by Chief of Police SieiSs.frbrn Lcthbrirlge, in which his ed the baby her1 arms and then fired a bullet into his ovrn head, dy- ing instantly. Life To all who are suffering from Ecze- ma and other skin diseases it is WORTH LIFE .ITSELF to know that :e was asked as to the best rs'ie in dealing with the The letter was as Lcthbridgs, Oct 3ew (nee Miss Stella. Web- ster; of tnis and- FIT !U the dinners we serve at OYSTERS 1' Ljiy Stylet 40c Half Dozen. SOU? Consomme Royal. FISH v Fried Lake Trout. Saratoga Chips, 3.x; RELISHES Sliced Tomatoes, 15c. Crisp Celery, I5c. Olives lOc. ENTREES Lamb Fricassee. 25c. Pork Sausage, mashed, potatoes. SOc. Breaded Lamb Chops, petit -pois, 40c. ROASTS Prime Ribs of Beef; au Natural, Leg of Veal, sage dressing. 30c. .Roast Suckling Pig, baked apple, 50c. Stuffed Young Turkey, cranberry sauce, 50c. COLD MEATS Beef; c. Pork, 35c. Chicken or oOc.- VEGETABLES vSteamed and Mashed Potatoes. Wax Beans. June Peas..-, SALADS Lobster, 4oc. Chicken, 35c. Spring Salad, DESSERT Apple, Raisin, Mince and Lemon Pie. Fruit Pudding, wine sauce from noon till 8 An- enjoyable "bridge" claimed as Jackson last even .ing. The. game was played at four tables which'.were scattered about the pretty' yellow and white chrysanthe- mum drawing rooms. The honor 'favors were capturedybyS Miss i'aueson and L. 'M. 'Johnstone. and" the-' -gifts'--- -awarded Mrs. McXrifland' and Mrs: B. L. At the -close.of the-evening of was found toflay, Heart trouble resulting from Theuma fiism" was the 'caused "-He a can didate for. tMs 'fall on th( -ticket a heart failure.- ;.psprey, had hi ban'd- machine. When Dr- Morse's Indian Root Pills Cured her Chronic Liver Complaint at four. All cordially -welcome. v St. Augustin's (Anglican) Holy communion S.30 a.m. Morning prayer with sermon 11 a.m. Sunday School 3 p.m. Evening prayer with sermon. 7.30 p.m. (Holy Communion at 11 a. m on first Sunday in the month.) Rev. J. E. M.urrell-'Wrisb-t, M. A., rector. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day school at 2.30 p. m. in the Caledonian Hall, Seventh sireet. tha entire party of devqted friends who conducted 'his campaign deserve SOMETHING for NOTHING A Look Around our Almost Santa r- i Come an.d -see :'tKem tonigKt if you can. Red Cross Drug and Book Co, On .Monday evening the B. Y. P. U. will hold their regular weekly meeting. The session will be devotional and the pastor will lead. Mrs. R. Smith, of Winnipeg, Man., as interesting story of relief from almost intolerable sufferings: "I can hardly- tell yoa TJOW great my suffering have been. Chronic liver com- plaint accoiupanicd were a daily source of trial- tocme. Every day I experienced the sickening- effects oi ailments. I longed for sonic medi- cine that should pcrraaaently drive theni Hearing of Dr. Morse's Indian Hoot Pills, I thonght-they -were worthy of a My surprise indeed, great. From the very first I experienced .relief. Continuing with tbesi I-focnd my troub- .leswerc slowly bat surely leaving me, and before long I once more knew what it tras to be free from the harassing ef- fects of the ailments that had long sick- ened and meJ So'great is my There will be a business meeting of 1 faith in Dr. Morse's Indian Pills that I St. Mary's Guild on Monday at 3 p. m. Arrangements are being made for the formation of a Young People's Cvtiiid among Use Suuday school scboi- shall never on any account be tbcni." Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pitts cure Bowc! and Kidney aswdlos Liver troub- les, and icep you healthy. 25c a box at your 14 St. Patrick's (Roman Catholic) Low mass at S a.m. with communion. Children's mass at 9.30 a.m. High mass at 11 a.m. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Evening service at 7.30 p.m. The C. T- "D. meet every first and third Sun- I dav at 4 p.m. in the basement of the 'convent. The Ladies' Altar Society meets every second Sunday in the month al -1 in the convent. If St. Cyprian's of avenue and.'Eleventh Street, south. Services, .morning prayer 11 a.m. 'Evenson'g" p.m. Sunday school arid-'Adult-' Bible class 3 p.m. Holy -baptism. 4' p.m.; Holy commun- ion 1st and" 3rd Sundays at 8.30 a.m., 'Jnd and-'4th at the 11 o'clock service. Brotherhood St. Andrews meets ev- ery Tuesday the vestry at S p.m. V. McMillen, rector; ad- dress, G50 Sixth street south. Ten persons wore killed :n ippines in a hy tritesmcn. Henri Dunant, founder of the Inter- national Red Cross Society, is dead. YOU ARE INVITED SEE OUR ASSORTMENT OF ALL THE NEWEST-STYLES SHOWN Iffon jjo lillmer L. A. Scott, Manager If LCLU 514 Dufferin Street ;