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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta YVeilncsilay, November 13, TTTE LETIJBRTDfiE HERALD' THEY CRY FOR ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR That is tq say they cry for the bread, cakes and pastry made wj'.h this delicious Hour. The pure natural taste of the child knows when a thing is good. This flour builds up the bone, bniwn apd muscle of your means health and' happiness to them, TRY A SACK TODAY Ellison Milling aid Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH WOOPROW WILSOX POLLING HIS VOTE LADl EDITED BY PHONES: orfict, fr "If evils come not, then our (cars are vain; And If they do, fear bul augments U'o pain." "Never borrow trouble. If the ond is not to come, it. is useless and so much- waste. IT It is tu t-oine you will aict'd fill your strength to meet it." "Xcver bear more than one kind of .trouhlo at a time. Souio people bear they now, nil they ever had, and all tliey expect to Mr. Karl Kirkham, who is confined to liis home with an attack of rheum- atism, is .inrprqving. Mr. John Muchan, who has liccii in the city for some left today for Kiimohton. Air. ItouL-quc returned last night from a trip to Kdmonion. Mi's. B.. t'. Kelson will bu hostess of a small' bridge and itu on Friday; :i Mr to M us nj. J Hut u sho fairs, having served two terms on the city Albriiau. Clubs and Societies The ladies of C'oalilalc are serving one of Ineir famous chicken supper at the parsonage on Kriday next from six o'clock on. A and concert will ;ilso bo held 'in thn school, a line musical program having prepared. The Hp worth League meeting in WeslminsU'i- church was added interest last niglii by a lecture on China by llev. Joseph Wo.oilsworth. The R-eture was illustrated with over, eighty views ot the new republic, and Mr. Woodswort-li'a explanations im- parted a wealth of information. The lantern was bandied by Mr. Taylor. The "meeting well attended and proved thoroughly enjoyable. The Poster Hale, which is being held in the basement of Knox church, is meeting with even greater success than the ladies anticipated. The vari- ous booths .attracted large crowds rcsults in dc. 'and who are in charge of the. entire sale, comprises Mrs. A- 11. Alias Gilbert, of Itcgina, is Stafford, Mrs. E. A. Ewert. Sirs. guest of her sister, Mrs. fi. .j Armstrong, Jlrs. Frank Heil- son, until the end o! the year. hey and Mrs. Alvin 'kipley. The assistants in Hie various The is announced ,of wliose names liave not yet ap- .leaue Clnre, eldest daughter of 31r. and .Mrs. ArchilraM JlcLcod, of Ul' Mrs. Ul S.' Suiitli, Mrs. more, to Miirry Montaiiue Hcnne.U. I McGuirc, Mrs. Mrs. of Klairmore, Alia., the marriage lo j' Taylor, Mrs. JIcRae. take place the early part of Mrs. Gibson. Mrs. All- j her. v.'oocl, Sirs. Malcolm Young, Mrs. i Hessey, Mrs. McKeowii. Jlr. and Jlrs. Edward Bner an-] Mrs. Stollzc, Mrs. Fairfield, iiounce the engagement Miss Mafcel i Mrs. MinkJer. IS. Mauley, of Hamilton, Ont., to; Fancy-rMrs. W. F. Nelson, Mrs. illieir only son, Cory Whilmer Bdcr, 11. Burnett, Mrs. Morris. Mrs. J; G. I the marriage, to lake place quietly on 'Robertson, Mrs. M. .1. i Wednesday, December llth. -Drug, Book and I'iclurc-Mrs. .J. I iji..Ailkcii, Mrs. E. U. Rylands, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Irving are I Mcf.achlan, Mrs. A. Smith. hostesses of -a "supper for tbe twelve: Candy Mrs. Menr.ies. 'junior boys oi Y.M.C.A. and Mr.] Mrs. .Iarlcy's Wax Works as put on Roberts tins evening. After the sup-, last, evenin per leaders will be chosen for This photograph cf the Presidsnt was taken in the, polling booth at New Jersey where he csst his ballot like millions of Q'hcr United States citizens on (Sfovember 5th. ters, and (Jrenfel MOT "JUST AS GOOD- BUT BETTER E uMfnrct ROBIN HOOD rtounro It lifts Inu'ii jiolnt: unt !o tbii man {but f'i' IK taking a Kceat risk in sondins-hia'-wrfcf" wllli' a sniitll child to tuit'h iui ouHaiiilisl spot as this sensnn of t.bc The woman lo ('iuiiula' vins and is cntfroly "of tb of thy Manitoba winter. ALLOWANCE FOR ASTOR Widow, of TlUnlc; foi a Year for Suppcrf of Infant Son LNow York, Nov. Jacoti Afl tor, the infant son 'of .Force As tor, will have mn a year for-hls ing the next tbree years. Snrrbgato Fowler today granted1 i petrtibn filed' by Mn. ap pointed Mrs. Aitor as the child'i guardian, with limited til he should reach the of four lean 'years. Mrs. Aator came of age only a vrekiifo. In her petition, Mrs, Aitor she wanted the on. bvr. .IOD'I trust fund to nccumultU until tbe child attained, bit majprity and that until then intended, to educate and support him. The boy was born last August, ind the trust fund was created under thfl will his father, the late Jacob Astor, who died in tin TiUftlc disaster. TO GO TO ENGLAND Montreal, N7ov. announce- ment is made that Haydn Horsey, for tbe past seven years manager ol the Montreal branch of the Dominion Bank, has been appointed manager of the bank's branch in Eng- land. Mr. Horscy's connection with the Dominion Hank dates back .to and lie has had a successful .car- eer as manager of the local branch. It is understood be will-be succeeded in the Montreal office by Mortimer S. Bogert, superintendent of eastern branches. 'Many of Canada are prescribing ;