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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBftlDQE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, I9M. PAGE NINE Upright Grand. Three of which were bought for Calgary Conservatory of Music Another Firm" of Heintzmnn Co., Ltd. When the Board of Directors of the Calgary Conservatory of Music were looking for. an instrument of music that would best express the ideals of mus- ical harmony, they selected for all departments pianos representative of the .best that Canada could produce. For they wanted instruments with which the best possible beginning of a new era in Calgary's onward march of pro-' gress- and achievement could be made with. Consequently they otiose the Heintzman Piano. Thte is the Story. When choice has to be made for tests and new departures the Heintzman is the inevitable choice. For'fifty-nine years the Heintzman has stood for all that is best in the way of musical culture in Canada for the Canadians. And not only in Can- ada, but throughout the British Empire, and for that matter, throughout the entire world, the Heintzman has always stood in the forefront. Diminutive Grand Piano Bought for Galgary Conservatory of Music It has been the favorite instrument of expression among the people above all others who call for the highest demands that can be made upon a the of the concert world's chosen musicians. This has been won on its own merit and by the testing hand of exper- mother of all whose lessons speak themselves. s Don't ypu think Mr. Reader that this piano which has been the chosen piano of the past, and is the chosen piano now of the Directors of your pwn Conservatory of Music is the piano for you? A. cordial invitation is extended to Lethbridge music-loving public to visit our warerobms where all the latest designs may be viewed" and exam- ined art leisure. 1, vieit is worth while in any I i ME "K M Heintzman Co., Ltd. D. McCutcheon, Representative for Alberia "v V :i: 222 Eighth Ave. West, Calgary, n English Mission Design Bought for Calgary Y. M. C. A. DON'T LIKE TO LOSE THE PAPER (Special News'Service, Tht Herald.) Prank, Alta., Nov. 12 Foot- Job Printing and News Company which. recently, took over The Frank Paper, will shortly move M.P.P., was becom- ingly., attired in a travelling suit of j navy blue Panama cloth, with hat to j match, and carried a magnificent j sheaf of American Beauty roses. Rev. Mr. Gordon, of Leth- hridee. officiated at the solemn cere- mony, after which the weddintr partv Repaired lo the room to partake of j the usual refreshments. The gifts were beautiful and costlv j testifying to the popularity of the young people. Mr. and Mrs. Skeith left on the af- ternoon train for the States, where Price 50 cents per box, 3 boxes for at all dealers or mailed direct by The T. Milburs Co., Limited, j they will visit several of the. import- Ont. In ordering specify NORTH MIDDLESEX BYE-ELECTION ant cities, returning by way of Van- couver, and will in Lethbridge. Toronto, Nov. Decem- ber has been fixed as the date for the bye-election in North Middlesex for the legislature. The writ has been issued to Malcolm Hutchinson. Hutchinson P.O., West JVlacGillvray. Nominations will be held on Novem- ber 29, probably at Ailsa Craig. Mrs. Fred Downer gave another of i her jolly little gramophone dances in i the large ball room of her-, new resi- dence on Redpath Tuesdav evening, in'honor of her 'guest. i The latest debutante, Miss Cony- j J bcare, was the raison d' etre of a j delightful little dinner given by Mrs. IW. B. Burnett on Tuesday evening j j last. All Mrs. Hammond's friends! j were delighted' to welcome her on j Monday, when she received with her mother, Mrs. Burnett. Mr. Ham- moad arrived on Tuesday and start- ed with his wife on Wednesday to j spend the winter in California. We j jail wish them a pleasant-win and envy them the trip down there, as j they go by way of St. Paul and New i York, faking the ocean voyage from i JOE KELSEY At the Lyceum To-night CITY AND DlSiRICT one of lhc stores facing the street Another wholesale and manufactur- j worjj rooms will occupv rear ing establishment will commence op- rooms. Ail'kinds of jewelry manufac erations in this city in the course of j ing will be done. Special attention a few weeks. The Jewel- j will be given to ihe manufacturing of 1 there to Florida and across the con-j tinent bv rail. Covers were laid tor ten at a din- iner eiven last, week by Mrs. Conv- Ivcarc at River view in honor of Chief Justice Sifton. rv Company have leased (Tuartcrs in the Sherlock Block and will establish a wholesale and retail business and install a large manufacturing plant. The retail department will occupv watches: Oscar and T-T. .1. Quinn, ,two of Milk Rivrrs leading citizens, arrived in the city last night on a short business nip. Sunlight Soap cannot spoil your clothes. There are no Injurious chemicals in Sun- light Soap to bite holes in even the most deitcatc fabric. are ed to anyone finding adulteration in Sunlight Soap. I Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing for bath or toilet. For wash- ing underclothing it. is unequalled. Cleanses and purifies. 'small and carlv" bridge on Wednesday evening was j cnjovcd by her guests. The, j pnze winners were Mrs. Stearns and i Mr. Conybcare. j Many "showers" arc being given for Miss Agnes I-Iardic by her girl friends. Miss Wilson -entertained her on Friday afternoon, Mrs. Cunningham on Saturday and Miss Vrooman will welcome the "soon to be bride" and Oier friends on Tuesday. HOLBROOK'S Adds a delicious zest and piquancy to SOUPS, FSSH, MEATS, POULTRY, GAiVSE. MADE AND BOTTLED !N ENGLAND- SAUCE -SOLD BY ALL GROCERS ;