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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta jiiflO NOV; 14; 11 THE LETHBBBDGF: JDAILY EDITED SOCIAL.AND PERSONAL Tlie hostesses -tomorrow .will be: .Mrs. J.' K.- Anderson. Mrs. I-i. J. Goocie. Mrs. Fred Gow, 1203 Jtedpatb. street. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mc.Millen 01 are tests ,tel t'or a few days. Lethbi'icltro ho- pa; je- i wearing; a lovely .costume, bid 'res iSi veiled with, black tulle and .'arge black velvet hat adorned with a- sheath of tiny, silk slud inf. i'rcaa't.he deeyesi tint to.tne THE Don't Be Bald Mary Jeinison, the white BQuaw, has NEARLY ANYONE MAY SE.CURE A erected to ner memory, a; GROV.'TH OF .HAIR monument at Portage _in the fertilej have >a remedr that a rec. valley of the Genesse. She was born .Ord-' of growing hair ami curing bald- GeUysburg. ana was made .dap- nessln 9U out of 100 cases where live.-during the trying times v according to uirectiO'iis iW a massacre of Wyoming. Her parents reasonable length of Ume. That may were slam, and she was reared among seem like a is, ibe Jridiahs." She married one of and we mean at to be and no" one their chief warriors, reared a doubt it until they havo our and lived to a great age. respected by: claims' to an Actual test, toe tribes of the Six Nations, We are so certain Re-sail "93'' Hair 9 pink. .harictfeorne, "stole ot iic-r toilette. Miss 'Heieu Mewburn assisted looked v> sry in a. 'draped ermine, tue wjtite people who were'then gfoihg'Tonic will cure-dandruff, prevent bald- to Western New York. In 1S24 a. .the scalp and hair and of paste lite touches reen crepe de .'hhine witfl old gold t-nd Airs. Hayr, GU2 Craba- willj. r for the first.-time this season! n e joniovrow (Tuesdays and thereafter on the tliird" Tuebuav of each month. hat -of draped, old said AnoUier pretty, reception on Satur- day afternoon Upon the receipt of a message an the v her .husband j Toronto, Mrs. W.-H. "ilcLellan'd left jto1.1 that city on Saturday afternoon. I new home 't >f Mr. and I TL'. TO '.I'i-'iTiHcrvn 'held at the pretty Mrs.. George. Bryce of 'Winnipeg >siting Nelson, 5S1 Bur- idson. whez'. -Mrs. '55i iner many 1 lormaily state i Hostess wort; her hand gov.r.n-of-white organdie with 5 si in. 'iUrs..A. M. Marshall, FOR 1911 Followiag'.up Mayor Adams' Idea of ant roll earlier in thelseasdn than hitherto; Assessor' Meet-h" has memoir of her notable career was pub- roots, stop falling hair and grow hair, j score were made in England. Writings of does not give entire 'satisfaction to mi sort were ever strong, in the -user. t The weird and woolly adventures of 1 .is as pleas- the wiLcis interested tlie people 'over- 'ant to use as clear -spring water. It. i deliMCull eriumed and ds not seas. This monument to the memory of Mary Jemison was placed under the- .for -the. .first time direction of the -Society for: Pres T marriage. The embroidered is .deligMCully periumed, and does not a grease or ;gum the .hair. Two sizes, 50c. :and -With .whcn .the. 'Lj.kc hold .business. Uusuad of ihi- sen's mid- summer, ys in thcv past, cwitiir to -lie assessment ,not' being finished', Uu- coimcils jvill- .know just vrheix- they PEREEiDTlON (MAPLE LEAF LABEL) Splendid has rare food value. di'ildren._ tiourishiEo; and so-good'for breakfast, supper. too. Tbe'CO WAN CO.; OaUted, TORONTO. IllNESS street.' .Mrs. Downer is entertaining-1 (in I Vho. received- with-her, wore a'smart costume of fpjcglove charmus crepe. Swith bandinsjst-of silk net embroidered tones and touches oi" -a, number of young folk with a house j Y. i and goLu. Her d into the tea room, this her Mrs. McCulloch ush Gladys. .Mrs. Albert B! Wood, or Spokane, cl: of 'Kenwood, the guests of Mrs. J-ohn wearing: a-seal brown .silk under- sleeves and chiiiesette .of fine allover The Hvfca-g. ,room was adorned ihaeav Vnite' ''and a sister, Mrs. Conybeare, at.River-: i I cluster of.', mums .chra-sanrhemams. u lightened the pretty tea table, which k charge oi 'Mrs. O. J.-Courtice." the. week that will be i the usual afternoon! acrnbon musicale 'given Saturday who v.'ore a