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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta b'lUDAY, NOVICMIUill l-l, I'Jl'.i Tim i.KTHunmni-: DAILY HF.HAMJ. PACiK FlFfliEN AVOID ALUM IN FOOD Halting Powder is one of the most important food ingredients. Alum or other in} u rious acids are frequently used by some concerns to lower the cost of production. MAGIC BSKING POWDER Contalna No Alum It is a. pure phosphate baking powder and is guaranteed to be the best, purest and most health- ful baking powder possible to produce. W.' Matthew Williams. In "Chemistry of saysi "Phosphates are the bone- rnoking material of food and have something to do with building up of brain and nervous matter." Made in Canada I I.CCHI, assJsti'i I bpuulirul mums was vr 'Miss Dora M liy [Joru ol MUs Ir-' A. very tf'-llgbifjl TV.IJ fardctl Mr. ami iirs. H. Uridfrey. Il-ir- dlevllle, on ilocUay. wheii J of their JrleiiJs ai liomt lo Mrs. blrlhday. The fyeL-intf vvaa i.lo.'i-urjr- SPfill in uiuxic and] diiit- A LITTtk OF EVERYffllNG Hone is the Ad. Toppfy-Kvin Is the lone (rv ih'.nk xlrla Mrs. (J. I'ouUB, Master Comiaf Mr. a inurhhu ami A. Gleam. Mr, ami A, j perfectly itrrible llie Scull, Mr. und T. MUchi-U. Mr.tpaini. and MTJ. T King. V.rt. T. Milnc-r. j I HagRlti Couiti uiij Miba Miithr-ll. I'oriuxal posatase.s u ulio! cams on an nverago ol a year, j m the usual way, When Uio wjiU'i- tools you will IIAVC- af-vcral tmucod ci good fat. t 4 Wo lieve 'a rifhl lo say uhai 79 ILiiiX only when we BJG thinking Ihet h-hlch IB right to aiy. Msny thoughts aro 100 or seiflthnees acd lo Blautl that New York Dial turf-.-E cur.ool gpi Irown fabrics at iow nor ID large aicounts. i bat H vill be only in the more ex pensive things lhal you will be able to rind This smart color. siic juana Maiesu-i who i the inysL daring of all CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES o o- j Aii inierc-lcrt jn asked lu auc-nd ;i inf-tiiiiiR t-f lailic-s' section of ihr Curl-1 inu lo i.vc nr-M Ju Llie room at ilm V.MX'.A. on 1'riday evc- fur years as ireas-Lior ti inon's Chrisiiau TemperiiKf-.- a iainK (hand Ihelr ucc- io at llie Tore the Qlinvo ilaio. jhei j u-ith lh? j sclicincs of I. O. K. j (.Mrs, Snillh ivlll brinR fonli tin; ful-; lowing summarizd! aims c-f the ordr-ri when sh'? nddrtssfs local next Tuesday afiomoim and crcnEnE: Hluatrated lectures in the school." he .-avc-d atLil jousliiiut- LrtiiltiK afm- ro- I moving from ihe hot fat Do nui let !'iir-.rj rsinalu in the water a .teccud. jbuL nlaco iliem on Use dtdining rack NOT TELLING THUTH OF v DOMESTIC SERVICE HERE ef, on the history sn.L uf f. f. f LONUON, Nov. I' both still anil GIrcllcr- and delegates pu-Lurcs bc-iijf; uscrJ. L acla. to lie supplied five In t v v G. ilL'POrter. Srd AYC.. is en- aa her guests ;icr -Mrs. s. S. Darl5, and IrtfanL sou. Sursing Sister Juan Parkinson has arrived In the city and IB the guest of Mrs. R. E. SherlocV. Mrs.1 A. B. Stafford. GD3 nib S.. is enlcrlniulnfi as her gneal, Miss .Icau McLcbd, of Culgiry. Mini Prowse anil Hillp tiracic. Carson are Ihe guests of the lallcr's motlici, Mrs. (JracD Caraoii, Victonn Mnni-lona. Mrs. Ucndcraou lias returned In the city after spending' the pnal six ireoks hor dRtighter in Mas.-. Mrs. T, I'ub'ii, 12th St. S.. is i-nl trial n ing r.3 hrr encst. >Trs. V, K. Green, of Calgary. received yesterday afternoon and eve- ..._ a ._ g for the first lima sincu hnr inar-j imisi.andinK The lirlilc-hostesa, who her woiliiing gown oC ivory liberty satin with courl train and overdress of crepe rnotcor heavily hand em- broidered, received her rnanj guests In the drawing-room, assisted by Mrs. IJAvid Donald, ivno was attired in navy blue palin with oriental. Irini- nilng and wearing a largo black hat. Mrs. E. r. Lay ton led the way to the tea room wearing a black panne velvet sown with silver lace trim mines. The len lable, which vra.5 centred with yel- low mums and a lower bowl of pink snap-dragons, was presided over by Mrs, A. H. Denoon, who poured, nr .1. A. Harris, TVJID cut iJie Ices. The assistants ivcrc Mrs. KrnesL PI hooi v.-Illiln LJic ne.vi ears cnc ot the I. O. D. K. Uritlsh hisloriC'al so the crhllilren might learn ol the Urit- isli iJer.Js, li'Edillons an'l JnMliiJlIcii.s ol which were all FO iirouil. Government funds (o supple- mentctl in order to pruvldo for Lbll- dren of deeeiiiiid soldii'is having n fill ion. Croaiiun of n national fund for qiving to deL-ca.-ed cliiltlrou j who liavc through the ary course a or i Us equivalent in or nrl. I Travelling su-liolui-shlps of probably to graduates of the universi- ties ol Canada in history in cyder to give them a chauc-e lo continue their studies in (ireat liriiain. these to lie ivon; in coinpeiiiions held in each of the provinces. Whnn the winners the nine schol.i.ihlps have bufen iji j Britain for one yftar, they Kill be asked to compete Tor a scholarship of value, which will coatjlo them i to remain In Britain for a secoii'I year. Kor an endowment fund to en- j I sure the grunting of thest; scholar- ships in the future, Jn'JO.UDi) is being) IcolleirleJ. The cstabltslnntnt in Canada of lecture foundation for the study 'and of Imyerlal hlstor--'. some, brought to1 appoinieti by Ihu jeiileineni corninlticc lo inquire nptn- IiiK.s [or voineu from ilic l.'nlitd Kicg- !doni. a long rtport before i [jariiaiuenl this morning. They EIJCIU Lfour inuuths in C'anailH and that] to visit many dlstrlcLs. Itc-gard- ;iut; 1 1 if- domestic servico they sycak ol ihr inlEchlcf caused by ageuU tell- [iinp 'imnlgrantE that labor ?arlng dc- vires are in general use In which, liicv sav.'is a cacijilcte ui take, Canada once a year to diacuss cur- rent (incstlons of Interest lo Ihe 1 Rvproductioiia iif !hc f furious paint-' ing's Canada's part In. the war to be given to 1.000 schools in Canada, 100 schooln In Manitoba lo receive them. v v v v o- o The Examination for Registration of Nurses Jn the Province, of Alberta will be ifeld on IN EOMOUTON AT THE UNIVERSITY BUILDINGS AND IN CALGARY AT THE Tliesr will ionsiH o( written Rnd practical eiaminattonB. An-- plicalion must lie made on or before December Irar of the .University of Al- berta, Nurses -al- ready in olhsr prov- inces' or slated having Irke'Ve- qufrcments witli (be Province of AHiGrki. may register on appli- cation and payment of out cx.iminallo'n! Tliene appli- talitJiiE imisj. Map ;bfe riiade to UiV Hcsislrar the University. Phonographs THE NEW, EDISON THE BRUNSWICK THE STARR THE CURTISS AERO- NOLA This is ibe season for phun- OgrapbG. Wp are llie AgentB for tlicsu diCVr-renl 'makes. Tlicv play all makes ot records. have a style and (iLisb to suit everyone. will exchange or on any jihoncgrapn we handle. Come in and see our radge of stylos and finlEhep. CASH OP. TERMS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. .315 6th St S. Phone 1545 PHONE-1508 Miss E. W. Paterson Teacher of Pianoforte and theory of Music 1220 Fifth Avenue, South. uartGr Commences Nov- Termc on Application. narriage ccreniony_ or Miss Cnnieroti, ;uid G. Mary llnyd, ol Xeiv Mr. Allen Hurtou, nt N'cw and Dayton, was qnielty solemnized nt the home of the officiiuijiK rastor, Hcv. A. Denoon, ycBlorday cilicrnoon. Mr. Lay ion ClurvlD. Sfcofc, 1 to the Dank of Montreal branch Inat point. Ir.vln left today for -.is been traiiffcrrcd SOCIAL EVENTS and Mrs. O. B. enter- tained duriiig Lha dinner hour last evening In coiirtcSy lo Mr, W. K. ShJsslcr, or Spokane. Covers wert lor five." Tbo roso dance iu Ihe K. or 'P. lull tonlglil, under the aus- pices .of (he -Major Jack Rosa Chap 1er. T.O.U.E., promises lo be one of the most prouounccd successes ol Ihe Reason. The commute c In charge TP.- port .thftl nal Ihe dulall RETURNED MEN ENTERTAINED AT UNIVERSITY Little Helen Lay ton was door altenil- anl. Many Iricnds wore welcomed dur- ing Ihc lea hour yesterday by n. II. Dolison, 512 14th St. S.. who re-1 ceivcd formally Tor the last, time be-[ fore leaving Mils city. Mrs. K. J. Sell! led'ihe way lo Ihe lea room where Iho Lea which was handsomely centred with colored munis, was preside'l over by Mrs. M.cClenaghnn and Sirs. U- A. Simpson during the first hour. Mrs. Slollz and Mrs. W. A. Jluchanflji relieving-, Mrs. Ilobsou and Mrs. >V, V. PcwpsL pEsisted in scrv- governors to the returned men, stud ing. enls add their friends. IThc decorations ivprc lypical o! overseas experiences. _ ___ On entering the gnyly festooned morrow afternoon and evening in tlit'Fooui, one found oneself In a thiK-iiiit