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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta KQ.VEMBEK 17. WIB. H k K11) G B 0 A I L V W Ei K A Z, y PAGE FIVJ FROM FACTORY TO HOME Twenty .HEAD OFFICE AND FACTORIES, TORONTO today> Tomorrow ,or slalu into svoel orks of all ages. known in PJuyer- standard-1 of'Can- ands'tor all that pn and'. Is the' reason Imvb it In yoiir Nome it may be siest. of terms nit 'piano, will bo ;ic: exchange.- MASON RISj 405. FIFTH STREET SOUT> H LIMITED H, LETHBRIDGE Candidates out of s.. total of scriiition contest have voted the in the Herald sub- progress. As..'it always happens, of today. Other's 'Have made keeping the fact..that they are number 'believe ill -tho "foxy" game, do it: .if you are an active asecret'from "the public. Don't in Uie 'paper. jldate proclaim the- fact to your friends For next Saturday, .candidate( dit'for Iliat number in the may vote to if they have the cre- liinit will be removed, and the office; Commencing next Tuesday the according to the. number of votes or-the candidates placed in the list bo published three iinles i week-J to tlie credit of e ich Ihe standing Tlie Daily Herald to the Stat- rhursdavs and Saturdajs 5'ear. subscriptions, to thi. bt of c.0- ptr vein the eitra jOc Aivt, for iki, Weekly Herild arc at the rate pay at tor postage fa Contest Ofhce and have the votes credited (s the confplete list of candidates with the vote today: :s is the same price as in per Mrs. 0. H. BensonfConui .Thomas Berniftr, q I _ Miss Donnelly Jj Edwards Ta MISB Syl lerce, Alta. First. Street South Ave. A South 'crsons, Alta. avers, Alta. HUN A special rehearsal ol Wesley.i.Uhoi s called for tonight. SI. Mary's W.-A. is holding i tlal bazaar tomorrow afteriio'prp'a lurgmanu's Hull. C. K. N'wirsiv manager of til, ank of Commerce-, spcn he last couple af days in .the 'city.': Lieut., Chas. Ucviim of 'llilj 13th 0 1. K., at Medicine Hat, 'is 'spending few leave in the Miss Jlaliol Wallace lias returns Tacnnia, Wash., when; filie hah ecu spending.several months. The Willard W, C. T, I', will -meet i ThL'i.sday evening at S o'clock" at e home of Mrs. 611 inth street south. j The ladies of the Oiangi; lodge arc I holding a whist drive tomorrow night in Hie S. O. K. hall.' The1 proceeds will be given to the patriotic'fund. A tea will te held at the home .of Mrs. at 1271) 6th Avenue: S. Friday afternoon from 3 (ill (j.iii aid oi St. Patrick's church. St. Cyprian's W. A. will meet on Friday afternoon.. Nov. the parish room. Ail those who'are in- terested in systematic giving are urg- ently to :'be, present. The regular meeting of the Alux- andcr'Gait chapter, ..nil he held tomorrow ni'tcrmi.'m uc tour o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. The cculive will meet at 3.15. There will lie a dance in liurgmaiin Hall tomorrow night to which the are invited. This is -the first of the regular weekly dances that arc going to he held this winter. The Mission Circle oi Wesley 'church are holding a tea tomorrow aftcr- 10011 from four to six at the home of Mrs. R. E. Sk-eith, 612 Twelfth St. program will be given. Mr. Leo M. Coombs will give a free lecture next Tuesday nighT "a't Lethbridge Conservatory of Mub- ic on modern voice culture subject Interference: By mistake it was'an- a week earlier in last night's big mill The big loaf kind. EIII in vrsiurvV AND PKINCESS MAEY OX.HOESEBACK King George photographed recemly on horseback, riding with Princess ary.. The King's lu'ciuc-nt while rpviewiug ihe, troops in Prance is de- ora'ble. Miss Go ham Cojber Alta Eva Hutton 614 Alta BoberUHardy No tJire th Avenue South 6 W Haley Grfcssj Hal Misr Wlitnle ffelsetb Alta Miss Isabel Inkster B P O Robert Lackenby Bow Alta Miss Franoej Lawson, S12ind, !Alta; Third Avenue'South Mrs L, S McAllister Hth ijtreet; South Mlsi RIM McApsi 7th Aveuue SjOUth A. Mcllvena, 1. Lijuaw, 'Alta Mils Lula Nellsori, Cardstirary, Boy'litd] Miss Sadie Nlven Frank n Alta Miss Annie Pelletier, Monilta. Miss'Elsie Cranbrooljrch, !Alta. B. C. Mm Alice Reardon Pmchclcto Alta Mrs, Pearl Rois Bow Islam Cieek Alta Reason, Deering, Alta. Mjli Wlnnlfrsd I. Sellens, Alta Miss Louise Scott, Macleod.jL 7th-Street A' South Miss Le Vaun Van Orman, Geo. T. Wrlde, Raymond, Ajpber. Alta Gunner Tlberg; Blairmore, John Wright Hardievillc Mill! Thelma White, I orem j Miss'lva Walker, 624 Ninth I Wo-Jr RID HAJR ________'t i S his had fie distinction ol hi inz, three sons in the service ot tl country has just received the fo in? from i fburth son who erlistcd in Hc 's now member -of the Royal Engineers." Trot letter follow b I I Reit Cimp Hletchlev Bucljr a Hue to let you know tha 1 have joined tlie Rival 1 ngincers am in tiny Shrill Section for Tiel) an I Office Iclcgnph Operator I gnmKto.dftjHj bit as well as, iitl rtPihCel bSvi I dont will vveeits before I vvjll tc scrappSnd ivftfi Ihe (.erhians an nol kdlHft oilt with the idea gittmi, killed, hut vvilli the intenlic oCLllllnt, i I hope to coriic hickj and soiinl v Its up to evervjountiiian to lie T DANDRUFF I J get rid of Mib C ii-kg of loronto who Ins been spending the'past three months with her. daughter-. Mrs. C. W. Alli- son, returned to her home yesterday On .Monday afternoon a number of Mrs. Gregg's friends gave a surprise nxrtv m ]lcl honor Several gam 01 whist v ere plaved the favors, to Mrs ffirren Mrs Girgu an Mrs Phillips The local branch of tlie Red Cro gratefully acknowledge the iollovvra frcni' Bethel Ladies' Aid, Milk' Rjve tluouji Mrs Piul Madge la su gical skirts, 5 dozen socks. 13 stic oi gum, 235 mouth wipes; (I 'dozi handkerchiefs, 2 old sheets, 3 plu puddings, 2 plum cakes, 1 box" candy "M bandages. The Central W. C. T. U. are hold ing a sale of home cooking'in th McKillop Co.'s former store on 3r Vveiiue on baturdav next Itea will be s ned and a special si o clotk lunch oi tea coffee sam wiches nke and pie The Traveller which is badlv in need of lunds will receive the proceeds irom .thi sale. Any donations of home cook ing wj.II'be' 'very acceptable: .Over seventy-five couples altende the very -successful and enioyabl dauce that the Maple Leaf chapter o the Stir lodge gave lai mUit m the "Misonic hall iil aid o the I ed Cross The hall presented d vtrv animated scene with its (r v of dance s which included a pin iht bf out-of tow n guests and kliaki-clir men and its patriotic decor itions keeris orchtstn suppli d the nu n for i pros-rim of lvvenfv dincts ip jicr being s ed after the tenth dim e Mrs Scotl M s- D Smin ftu Mrs Orahni ind Mis '-an, aic Cobblcdick and .Messrs Toombs. Harvey and Coomljcs, was followed by the preparation oi pie recipes by young men to be read by their lady p irtnci6 Vfte s i ollf panics tiie genial hosts revealed the of their culinary provisions. Chief Chef Fisher, Gunner H. Hamilton, head oi the social committee, and Miss Lingard, president of tlie Pro- theons, voiced their appreciation of pleasure afforded. On Mond iv cvcnni, it G o clock m the primary1 room of v.Ustmin'iti'r twenty young people'gather- Lt four ounces of ordin uy liquid ir it at night retir use enough to moisten the scalp rub. it In''gently with the finger and threfc or four more ip will cbinpleielr' ul this tonight and bj, morning If not all. .of your dandruff will me, ions destWJ? evpry'single ind trace of it no mattei how "anaruff you may have. 1 will find too that all itching igxlngr-of flle-Scklg vftn stop at LeVnd your hair -will be fluffv lus, and look I a can M C in his usual capable nraner Ihe committee wish to Hunk tin, J 0 D I Mrs Reeie and Snpt Penny father for the use f Hag, The first social of the season which was guen last nifcht Men s Ladies to the Protheon class and other folk ol the congri-gition and their friends rrovcd a thoroughly elljovable affair I'res P Hamilton chairman and vvelcomcd the guests in his own hap pv stvle mfprmil program of music songs and reading, by Misbes MINERS LOOK OUT hen jou first notice a cough even thit ]ittle tickling an the throat, which some think ii i mere it tin, fricdom t ol lour homes f may mean- serious trouble for jou be e I to help and fujil for lot ing sont il rneit feavagp loung unit is married ind is wife and two kiddies it Pillule he goes out in the scr Into, males four [Mr SHate ani he. fells lust to know that he has done. to win for tlie cause of _____vt_______'_ scientists have decid- sense of smrll m mm is si with duinnls Mh practice of cause the dust of the mines ottcn brings bronchitis pneumor.ii or consumplion ID men stronger thin you Whit you need it is a bottle of Scott s t'nnilsion to cluck tut. cough ud help llieJ linings of (he bronchi .1 passives to sickness and loss of "time" In bcott s Emulsion you pure cod liver oil blended with, gljcenne ind hypophosphtlcs which quickly nnproiu your blood fortifies your lungs ind builds up your strength It is free from Tlivsiciaiis Jn-c- qrilx. itcvcrj day Beware of substitutes. ftcoU ft Out. ''iS-st. the pri; church, ed to enjov the ten-cent tei in oi tht, social department oi the Ep worth League V most plcisant soc iai hour was spent, pro- gram was rendered, consisting of a solo bv Miss Hall ami in historical "c f, ioi( under thi. direction of Mr -yi u Bruce During "the even hearty- welcome was accorded 1% Garmll a Returned soldier vvlipge name appears on the roll of honor ol Westminster church Man) goptl w ish s and a larew ell w ere en Mr _P Baldr; who is one ot the drqft oi the Batterv who to loaje the citi veb) shortly for Eng land Mrs Uqi Francis received a clap during the ova ng the occasion be'ng her birthday. A most w-as brought to a clojf bv singing King andfGod Save Our Men. Bruce, .who .joined the 31st Ratttl, but later was transferred to I lie 1th Reserves, stationed at! .Sandlilif, Kngland. Tlic daughters are Mr James H'allwork and Mrs. M Aloe, of tins .city, and! Mrs! Win yen of Calgary, and .Mrs. R. II. Or inond oi Nanaimo B C Mrs and Mrs Oniond iro both m the titi le n eilled home lo then mothers bedside hst week ihe iinicnl will he lul, on I ndav 01 11 at 30 o clock from the j d s n sni m e and prgceed to tin uiuccli w hire service ll he conducted by KevV Ca'non' rull ierment m the Au- cin cemckn TRANSPLANT RUBBER TREES After experiments- covering several years, rubber trees have been sub: c fn'ily transplanted froin the baiikj of the Amazon to points in the iiiter- oC Brazil. V0quiet wedding' was solemnized last evening at six o'clock- at -St. iVhuEevv's .Rev. -A. G.- Bryan united in marriage Miss' Mary Adam and Mr. David. Horn. The loufjje were unattended. Mr. and Horn have- taken up their resi- dence at Mi 15th street north. "D Ir Ben Danielson and Miss Nora isene Vnderson, both of were married- yeaterciay at Chicago, 111.. Nov. the lips of the .mother, .Mrs. Anna Bollin- ger, came, the tragic storj- today of (iier consent' to" let iier six-day-aid baby boy', deformed in body and mind, die, so that the infant, it it lived would riot be a the vvoriil. The mother, confined to her bed in the .German-American hospital, agreed With Dr. H. J. Haiselden, chief pf th.e hospital staff, to sacrifice tile "cniid' when a simple: operation, would assure its iif? IhiJiinant if, it lived vsonld grow m be a mental ind perhaps moral defective, in the opinion of the smgeoiT HP therefore with the con sent of the child's parents, declined to perform the operation. Death is take ihe Infant within 4S hours. Pioneer Lethbndge is Gone The ddftEh of Mrs. Grisella Ireton Dayies, oii'e of the pioneprs of Leth- bridge, .took place last' evening al iier residence, 106 5th Avenue soistht Davies for some years, her eyesight having failed her cor the, past five years, and she hav- ing been totally Wind past two years. The deceased lady .came .to Leth- hridgfe'- 22 'ago.'Hrom :Dunsford, Dnt-, her .p'arents -being Mr. and Mrs. John Jtetb'n'of that place. She was a- member of St- .Angustin's church, ____ _. parsonage by Rev. G. and a member of the recently formed ledick Miss Clara Anderson and Timers' Association. She was Xornian Anderson, sister highly esteemed in Lcthbridge, where of the were the had lived for so many1 years. thai lints Mr. and Mrs. Danielson mike their home near Ninton the groom r is a pro P- Four sons and four daughters form- ed the, family. Louis .Davies, a sou, died in 19110. The'others are John I and S Lethbridge, and BE coatBAT heavv Opiman suns bv 'he explosion of n Piench 1 Puts Ariofther ftce On It Many a man jauntily iaKea his cup or of tea or coffee at a meal and declares that'it doe nt hurl him v i I But wait ur.til the poitonous drug caffeine, in tea anj cof' leu _beginj to shpwt.jts effects, and puts a different face" on the prdjjo'siiSbn. [4 i It's a fact anyone can verjfy, that caffeine liarden the teries, brings on premature jld and sallows and wrinkles the skin. of the signs ye lljeadache, irritability, biliousness, heart flutter, sleeplessness, 'fag" and so on j The way out Is to quif tea and coffee, and for a pleas ant, healthful beverage use i INSTANT j POSTUM PURE FOpD DRINK This delightful from finest wheat, roasted with a bit of wholesi.nie mojassls K has a fine color and a de- n licious, no caffeine nor any other fuf substance. t i and vigor 'j t M, i {4 9 l' T> I here a Reason1' CereiJ Co, lid, TMnilsor Onl ;