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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THt LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, I Ml. PAGE ELEVEN Grand Opening, "New Lyceum May, Nov. IS Frcfl'h William Brown Offers Monday, Nov. 15 DELOY'S COMEDIANS FEATURING Miss Myrtle Deloy That 5 feet 4 inches of Musical Comedy and Fourteen Helpers, Mostly Girls Presenting that ever-pleasing comedy THE M Be careful, or you will be whistlingx some of these "Naughty "Oh, Caro- "Every Little "John "I Like "When we are M-A-double- "Cuddle up a Little "Der "I am jGoing to Get My- self a "I Want to be .a Mer- ry and the hew flower song composed expressly for MYRTLE DELOY, "The Rose is the Flower for Me" THE TIME Monday, Nov. THE PLACE New Lyceum Theatre Miss Myrtle Deloy w FROM A WESTERN WINDOW -BY magic color the forest glows. Fit for a pageant fair and ruby and rose, Bright as a bugle's blare and river and woodland chill is the wind that sways the vine. if And frost no bloom shall spare. dark days come and the bitter chill Whispers the word, N Winter lurks by the lonely hill. Wrapped in his robe of white. Soon, ah, soon% he shall banish far Forest-beacon and a dream defies his might Elizabeth Roberts MacDonald. It's getting rather monotonous, the announcement every week or so of the of a new bank here. And yet with them, all, we have still to hear of an innovation which has proved most successful in the East, and is now -an established part of manv ciency. Only the other day I saw a woman empty a little pile of bills, cheques and silver before an astonish- ed1 clerk, telling him she wanted to deposit it. The mysteries of a de- posit slip were evidently beyond her. and she chose the risk of the bank- man's wrath to exposure of her own ignorance. He was wrathy too, for he was busy, and counting of nickels and dimes didn't appeal to him iusvov. at Mrs. J. R. Anderson entertained at a small dinner last evening. Banking Service The Bank of Toronto, with its ample and widely- extended bar-king facilities, its experience of; more than 50 years of banking inCanada and its well-known financial strength, is able to give its many customers an unex- celled banking service. Your Account at this Bank, whether large or small will receive careful attention Interest paid on Savings Deposits Capital Rest BANK OF TORONTO INCORPORATED 1855 Lethbridge Branch: T. W. McEACHERN, Mgr. Sir Wilftjd Lauriers Great Speech London, Nov. Toye, 100 to 9, won; Syoms Pride, 10 to 1, second; Bridge of Erin., 6 to 1, third. find how few women accept it as the j evidences of it everywhere. l obvious Of course, to do banking, it's uot at all necessary for women to' have n. department devoted to them. Their business is not so great as that. Wo- men's branches are an experiment, and a tacit acknowledgement of her weakness. Women clerks are'emplov- ed, as it is supposed, and rightlv, that customers feel freer to ask for Never has there been a time when so much was written and said and done in her behalf. The Woman's Bank is another indication of the in- fluence she exerts. We are so pro- gressive and stirring in this new country that it's quite possible we may have such a banking house here soon for the benefit of future Hettv Greens. X.AI V4A. w -w-wi 1 1 j C i half past ten o'clock, and will be 161-j Oae-01 the ddlShtful lowed by a reception at 1508 Robson street, the residence of the bride's Saturday Night. Mrs. Downer entertained at a light.ful dance for young people Tuesdav evening. de- on Mrs. of Calagary, has of the season was that given last ev- enins by Mrs. C. G. K. Nourse in her large and spacious house. The rooms were gay with chrysanthe- mums, and the cosy grate fire in the library looked very inviting in con- [trast to the snowy night outside. Mrs. Nourse looked extremely well in pale blue satin. Seven tables plav- .Many of us hear that "jest without i information of them than of men. the feeling our own insuffi-1 At the International Congress of come Vith her little sons to visit her j sister, Mrs. D. Mann, Falling- j jhrooko, Kingston road. Mrs. CJross- I This month's Canada West has scv- thwaitc, as Ella Williams, was mar- PERFECTmN (KAPIE LEAF IA2EL) If cocoa is your favorite beverage by all means enjoy it at its as made with Cowan's Perfection Cocoa. The acnv; of purity, richness and flavor. THE COWAN CO. Limited, TORONTO. eral articles of timely interest. The 'most important is one by Mr. J. B. Tyrrell, of the Dominion (Geological Survey. Since 1883 Mr. Tyrrell has beenjex- ploring Western Canada, so his than c. interest- ried some years ago from Mrs. Mann's home in St. George street and has since paid several visits to Tor- onto. Her-sturdy little ones are fine samples of Western j j cd, and Mrs. Vrooman and Mrs. I Starnes carried oft the ladies1 prizes. i while Mr. Lethbridge and Mr. Buchan- j an captured the honors for the gen- tlemen. 30 STORIES PROBABLY 'Bronchitis" is generally the result of a cold caused by exposure to wet and inclement weather and may be recognized by a tightness across the chest, sharp pains and a difficulty in breathing, a secretion of thick phlegm, at first white, but later of a greenish or yellowish color coming from the bronchial tubes when coughing, es- pecially the first thing in the morning. Cure the first symptoms of bronchitis by the use of Dr. Wood's Norway Pint Syrup. (Continued from Page Nine.) Freedom Not Lost "I pledge my'-'reputation and uiy .as a-- British subject that if they hftve -lost fthttdjr uridependenee they have not lost their freedom. "There is but one future for South Africa, and that is a- grand oonf edera- on the pattern of the Canadian confederation. It is a federation in which Cape Colony, and Natal, and the Orange Free Stated and tihe Trans-, vaai, and Rhodesia shall be united together -under the British flag and under the sovereignty of England. "And. when they have the British' flag over South they shall have that which !has oeen found where, during the last sixty years, under the British flag; justice and civil rights for English and Dutch alike." Well, ladies and gentlemen, when I thus spoke I uttered the feelings of my heart. I ibelieveed I felt I knew that the British -constitution would justify my words, -that truth and jus- tice would prevail, and that right would be done. But I did not expect that the problem would be solved so soon as it has been .solved. Only seven years have elapsed since the close -of the war, and yet already, at this pr-e- I sent moment that I ara speaking to you, Dutch and Briton, burying, and burying deep, the bitter memories of the past, Jhave joined hands together to forth under the Southern Cross a new nation, a to be added to the constellation of nations which the British Empire. (Cheers.) Ladies and this is my last is the last, the j most consumate trhimph of the Brit- ish, constitution. f RESBVTfc'ftlANS TO HELP I MISSION MINISTERS M M -f EXAGGERATED! Bronchitis Cured, M M About Indian Outbreak at Hazleton, British Columbia Miss Gertrude E, Seton Thompson, who is a daughter of Chevalier ,T. E, Thompson, of Toronto, has an article on "The Women of well illustrated bv photographs. There is the usual number of stor- j jics, and another installment of "The j by Madge MacBeth, ,which promised well. A very com- imonplacc bit of verse to which Ar- Mr. W. H. Young, who has been surveying in the foot-hills is in town for a 'few days, and is leaving for the East to join Mrs. Young, on Satur- dav. Despite tho inclemency of the wea- ther quite a large number of ladies welcomed Mrs. J. H. Reutcr, of 621 Coutts Street and Mrs. J. Jones of 623 Coutts Street on Friday, on the Ottawa. Nov. The local officials! of tho Indian department are not worrying over the alarming reports from British Columbia about the In- dian outbreak. Deputy Superintend- ent Pedlcy says the despatches are probably exaggerated as the depart- ment has no notification. The matter so far was ono for tire British Col- umbia government to with. Miss Martha Bour- get, Little Pabos, Que., writes: "Last spring I was very poorly, had a bad cough, sick headache, could not slccp> and WM tired all the time. 1 consulted two dcctors, and both told mr- T had bronchitis, anil advised me to give up teaching. I tried almost everything but noae of the medi- cines gave me any -relief. One of my friends advised me to try Dr. Wood's Norway Pine I had scarcely taken the first bottle when I began to get better and when I had ti.ken the bottle I fell as well as ever, my cough had Wt me nnd T could sleep well." "Dr. Wood's" is the original Norway Pine Synin. It is put up in a yellow wrapper, three pine trees the trade marV .and the price 2.'V cents. Manufactured only by -The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Oat, j Winnipeg, Nov. the plans, re-commendations and resolutions which the Presbyterian Synod 15 en- deavoring to put through are perfect- ed the lot laboring on the mission fields is to be much im- proved during the next few This morning's session labored through a plethora of reports, discussions and suggestions all to the fulfillment of this aim, and a great deal of work was disposed of through the session. The three reports of the evangelistic home missions and sub-committee on j the raising'of the proposed added oon- i tribution to the home mission fund oc cupiwl the morning after the devo- tional exercises were performed, -and long and involved was the discus- jsion OH the subjects brought up. ;