Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Saturday, November 16.1012. THE LETTTBRTDGE DAILY HKRA1 D INSURES PERFECT BAKING RESULTS CONTAINS NO ALUM MILADI OWc., 1B4 'fDITED IV "ISO" PHONM: nw Mr. Arthur Harnsley left this after- noon on a trip to his home in Eng- land. W. A. Miichanan, M.I1, tcrnoou for Ottawa. left-this af- Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Clihson have iraved from 53li Twelfth St., S to 632 Fourteenth St., S. Miss'Ola Cavanah leaves about the :enth of tlic month for her home in where she will reside in ulure. Mrs. G. Moth has as week-end vis- a fair attendance and the president, Mrs. li. Conibear, presided. .All the hills in connection the tent ,u. the exhibition grounds during Congress week were settled, anil it was found that the society had clear- ed 522-1. The W. C. T. U. have engaged Mrs Stouay, 921 Seventh St., K., as traveller's aid to meet all trains day and night. Later-.llio society intends engaging a .room, where women tran- sients may lie accommodated, hut this wili not he until on in Decem- ber. Mrs. Mitford, sr., was appointed corresponding secretary in place ol Shirts tors her mother, Mrs. Alexander, and; Dr. Dctwiler, resigned, ister, Mrs. Hellamy and The ladies decided to finish the 100 daughter, of Moose .Jaw, and her t ro- i men campaign, n more men rc- ther's son, Reid Alexander, of Hot quired to complete the list and then Springs, Alaska. The party arc en to go on with the one dollar cam- route to California, where they will I'uign spend the winter. The engagement has been announc- ed in Encland of Miss Prances iMar garet Palmer Howard, daughter of Mr. and the Hon. Sirs. Howard, 31 Queen Anne street, Cavendish squai-3, London, and granddaughter of Lord and Lady Stratheona, to James Duller Kitson, eldest son of the Jlev. John Buller Kitsou, of Lanreater rectory, Cornwall. The wife who cnn hake good bread or pie has a. great satis- .faction in life. She has (lie key to the household stomach, and, as man is best reached through his stomach she haa also the key to happiness. Uut the flour must bo good. ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR HAS STOOD THE TEST. TRY A SACK TODAY. LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH A delightful matinee function yes- terday was the bridge and thimble lea, which claimed Mrs. H. C. Kel- son as hostess. Two tables of bridge were made up, the fortunate favor winners being A social evening for active and honorary members. will be held at the home of Mrs. M. K. Kaakc, the date to he announced later. Supreme above all others in qual- ity raised by merit alone to that proud emin- Best Baking Powder is uniform, pure, is Invariably dependable. Your gro- cer knows him. Keeps the blood cool, sends the busy man to the office with an aclive brain and the mental and physical power to grasp every problem. 4 25c. and 60c. BIG CROWD GATHERED AT THE CENTRAL SCHOOL AUUDI TORIUM The distribution of sports' prizes in the Centra! school last evening, was well attended both by enthusiastic Pupils ami their parents, thus de- monstrating- the fact that sports still occupy a very prominent place iri school affairs. In tbo absence of Dr. Galbrailh, Mr. R. P. Wallace acted as chairman, and Miss Downer, Mrs. .1. 0. and Mrs. Hitlis. Mrs. w. R. Scatlc, Mrs. L. G. DC Ycbcr and .Mrs.- A. G. Cameron car- ried off the trophies in an interesting guessing contest. rink and while Killarney roses dii- fused their perfume over the prettilv appointed tea table where Mrs R i Corne1' 5th avenue aud IStli street A. Cunningham did the honors, hei CHURCH SERVICES ST. ANDREWS 13th St. and 7th Ave., north. Kev. A. C. Hryan will preach. Sunday ser- vices at 11 a.m. and p.m. Sunday school at 3 p.m. All are welcome. FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST Bank block. 11 a.m. Wednesday evening testimony meeting S p.m. The raiding room Is open to 'everyone every day from three to five p ,m Everyone is cordially in vltcd to attend. To the well dressed man who Is particular in what he will wear in winter shirts, we call your notice to a few lines we have just r.- ceiyed in a late shipment They are fine quality flannels, in three shades ot "rey dark medium and light, made in coat style, double cuffs and detachable double collar. Exceedingly smart anr natty shirt for present wear. Sizes 14 to 17. Price.............. WESTMINSTER CHURCH (ME. Joseph Woodsworth pastor, will occupy the pulpit at both services U a.m. and p.m. Sunday school and Bible class at o p.m. Ail arc heartily welcome. FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH, Introduced as th0 first speaker of the charming assistants being Miss Nealc, Miss Rogers and Miss Downer. The masquerade party given by the Misses Waterman at their home on Sixth AVc., H., was a highly enjoy- able affair and fancy costumed and maslied quests apparently had no end of amusements. A literary contest resulted in MIES Agar and Mr." Don Patterson securing the prizes. An inviting menu was served by the hostesses at the midnight hour. Among the guests were Jlr. and Mrs. Murray, Sir. and Mrs. Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Shantz, Jlr. and Mrs. Kane, Mrs. Brewer, Miss Judson, Miss Mc- Millan, Miss Colp, Miss Cook, Miss Knowles, Miss Munroe, Miss D. Mun- roc, Miss McTavish, Miss Eua Mc- I.eay, Miss Fullcrtoil, Miss Robert- rrnH, son, Miss Dicsrth, Miss Cole; A" Agar, Miss Diser, Miss 0. rUiser, Mr. Key. C. B. McKinnon, pastor. 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday school, 3 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, S p.m. Choir practice, Thursday S p.m. All are welcome. THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH will hold Sunday services in the Morris Theatre at n a.m., aud 7.30 p.m. Rev. A. C.. Watson will preach. Bible school will be held in the church at three o'clock. .CHtinci-I OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY 0 B Hall, 10th St. S., near Y. M. C. A.' !.-lFJ a.m. Officers and teachers meet- ing; 10 a. m., Sunday School; 2 p.m Sacrament meeting. Visitors always welcome. Bishop Yoiiu'g, No. 1 1st Ave. S. Phone GS5. GERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTH- w-.ll held at 710 16th St., North Lcthbvidge, at 10.30 Also a splendid assortment of flne'quality mercerized shirts coat style, double collar and cuffs, white and cream grounds, with colored pin stripes, in assorted shades. Sizes 14 to 17. Price............................ Shirts IV A Bay Go. Shirts Do you take lunch down town. Have you tried The Brown Betty Tea Room A business man's lunch at 50c. served dally, ROOM 4 MACDONALD BLOCK Clarkson, Jlr. Cascaden, Mr. Tiffin, .Mr. Eddy, Mr. Mr. Macbonald, Chandler, Mr. li. Long, Mr. Toombs, Mr. Patterson and Ray, Mr. Ferguson, Mr. Murray, Mr. Louis Cyr, once known as stro-jgost man in the world, is deat at .Montreal, aged 4S, from chronic nephritia. Only live feet tan inches he weighed in bis prime SOS Ibs. evening, A. Buchanan, JI.P lie- fore presenting the Idadergarteii aud jir jrimary prises, Mr. Buchanan McMillan. Iressed the assemblage briefly, em- ilmslzlng the value ot clean amateur sport, both as an end In itself, and s a means of cultivating a spirit of bsolnle fair play and sportsmanship, -H s well as a fine esprit de lass spirit. m.cmller of "lc exchange Tha junior prizes were presented y Sheriff Young for the girls and Aird for the boys; th-a intermed- ate prizes by Mr. J. D. Higinbotham- le senior prizes by W. A. Hamilton! the girls, and J. E. Hodgson for le boys. The (argot shooting medals were resented by .Mr. Hagell, as were also signalling certificates. The championship medals were dis- ibuted by Mr. R. P. Wallace. The medal and Jlagrath Cup was won M. Dunsworth, of the High school, o Westminster school belonged the honor of capturing both the lier medals, being (he only public liool to win championships. The termedinio champion, H. Mcllvena, on the silver medal, and the junior champion, R. Craven, the bronze The programme was varied with two choruses from.the assembled pu- pils, solo and encore by Miss Lum- barcl; rain dunce by Miss Rhoda i Wright, and quartette by tho High' school. The entire affair was admirably cotvducted aud was the most success- ful on record. a.m., and will be conducted by the iri th'e German lan- guage. The German speaking populace is cordiallv invited. ST. PATRICKS A. H. Rosenthal, pastor, Rev. P. .Mlniwe- slstant. Mass 8 a.m. Children _ mass 5.30 a.m. High .Mass 11 a.m. Sunday school 3 p.m. Evening service ".30 p.m. Sermon at each service. CHR1STADELPHIANS At SIM-REID I Eighth avenue A. South; Breaking of cy Mrs. I.'. D. Shaw, of Lethhridge. I "c the Lord" and Hhynd .lamieson will Rev. C. Grant, p.m. All arc welcome. The Hospital Aid society will meet: ner 2nd Ave., and 8th St. Rev. E. t i ford buchre club it the home of Mrs. D. I i i conducted Kcv. Paul CHIJRCH Of' CHRIST holds Sunday Leader last evening. Five ami adult Bible class 3 n m M? sclv ice on rar. Leader innmK the favors, while combined missimier service in St. school at 10.30 a.m., followed bv the consolation went to Miss Violet Austin's church, which, will he con- Poaching service. Evening service is ducted by Rev. Paul Dull. hold at 7.30. On Monday evcnlnj a WI3SLEY CHUHClI-Rev. T. p. I social will he held at S o'clock. Rev. f. The W C T C.A. 'yesterday' Be Wise and Place your Orders Early for CHRISTMAS CAKE PLUM PUDDING .We make a specialty of fancy cakes of all kinds and for all occasions. We solicit party orders sad can fill your wants complete. Spec- ial order for Xmas goods will be promptly attended earlier you give us the order, the better. When down Town, visit our Tea Room If .yon arc spending a busy day down town shopping-, and need some refreshment, yon will find this the best'place in town for a light at all hours. Get your friends tp meet you here and discuss tho ddvs' shop- ping over a fresh cup of tea or coffee. KILLIEN'S Successor to W. H. Schweitzer. 3rd Ave. South. Phone 1056 WINNIPEG TRIBUNE PROSPEROUS Winnipeg. Nov. Tribune has a large site on Smith street near Portage Avenue, on which they will erect a building of eight stories. The present office site of he Tribune has been sold to east ern capitalists for around the S200.000 murk. GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER Medicine Hat. Nov. Mr. Justice Stuart today, Mike, Hunsalt' charged with the murder of Wnlittas, at Redcllffe, on September 22, was found guilty of manslaughter, after an hour's deliberation on the part of the jury. Hunsnk will be sentenced be- fore the adjournment of the court. STRIKE IN THE PORCUPINE CAMP Toronto, Nov. vote of the miners of Hie Porcupine Camp, after an all-day poll, was found to be solid- ly in favor of a general through- out the camp. The men aro already called out, and in a day or two there will be practically no work perform- ed in ihe'camp. except by prospectors n UUUUWI.-LUU Wltil tho organized companies That is the vital tin: lurcat Icnj To Get White Swsn Yesct Cakes If you can't got Whlii? Swan 'Yeast from your grow, send yonr and .-HUM psj5 ar.d will sent! iamiih' of While "ivan Yea31 Ifll yon v.-inu in i imvn tw-iis il. Swan ,t (Juruala. Liiiiiird, Toi-onl Are you a user of Sunlight Soap question. If you are, we give you our thanks and also our assurance that, at all times and at all costs, the high standard of Sunlight is maintained. Always Pure, e. a bar, Tlic name LEVER on Soap is a Guarantee of Purily and Excellence. SHES1I3 If you are not a user of Sunlight, may we modestly suggest that you might be, and add, with advan- tage. 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