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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Noyenibfer THE' LETHiJKlbGE DA Have you seen the new 0 S15 Rcjdpjitli door to Miss Tiliiey, Milliner i We Garry all" kinds of Linen Gtfods You are cordially in- dited .to inspect them CDITCD BV UNO PHQNI Here's to tbe girl of ail foreign climes, The fat, the lean'arid Here's :to our own Canadian girl. For she is the ciueeri.of ttiem all. May we ever be able to serve a friend and noble enough to conceal it. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Miss MchJeui is entertaining a few guests.' with c'ards: this evening. f Mrs. Reeve is 2 luncheon hostess to- day as a courtesy to Mrs. E: B. Free: man. Airs. 15. H. Elton lias cards lor an "At Home" Nov. 21; between th'e hours three and six o'clock. at iioncalieri, a village picturesquely slttfated a few miles 1'rom here.. The ceremony took place in the rdya'i castle dating from the- 15th cen- tury, to which Princess sister Huinbert and mother of Prince Victor Napoleon, retired after the overthrow of the French Empire. Public rejoicing marked the occa- sions Tlie.streets were decorated pro- fusely, -bands "played in tbe squares and flags waved from, the castle, from the municipal buildings and many pri- vate nouses. The members of the Savoy and Bonaparte families were present, in- cluding Prince 'Jubliis Napoleon, the younger brother of tbe pretender, who fo'r some 'time -has not been on good JAS. SIMPSON TO ADDRESS CM CLUB Jidmouton, Nov. A. Buchanan, president of the Leihbridge Canadian Club', arranged, today., for James a member of tlie Technical Commission which sits at Lethtiridge next Tues- to address' the Canadian' Club there at. noon. Mr. -Simp- son is a brilliant and is .a leader in labor circles. He chairman of th'e Toronto" Board of Education. with the b'ridesroani, but tOCALBTJDGET the executive last evening A. M. "Bunt was .elected ito 'succeed Walter Jordan, who re- district; Sunday pchodl' Locke, of the Bo.utb; Constabulary; is spend .ing a few; visiting Aid; -David King... aVIiri-' looking over Wes- tern Canada with ih'e idea of locating Be Bald NEARLY ANYONJT MAY-SECURE A SPLENDID GROWTH OF HAIR We have a remedy that has a rec- ord of .growing hair and. curing bald- ness in'93 out of every '-100 cases where u-sed according to directions for a reasonable lentgh That may seem like a strong statement- it is, and we mean, it to be, and no one should doubt it until they have -A score of friends invaded the home! agreed .tc a reconciliation on tfiis de- dr -Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Little last even; chiefly., through tue efforts of ing thoroughly to .their surprise witness being delight.' Games, music and daifcmg the Duke'of Aosta. T E TTT" VJ-Lt- LtlU. J-l- VftJ--. UJ. J. i-u-xxj JJ.i In .some part 'oLit, Comm- from Wm- our to -an, test. were until a late hour.. The visiting nurses Jo'r. charity. tu- As Napoleon the Great was the m to introduce civil marriages in the' legisiatidn'ot Europe, following bercular patients celebrated "Ta'gUhe tradition. ol the Bonaparte family. Uay" in St. Paul last week arid Mad-} the mayor of .Yldacalieri was the first am'e Melba, who was in that city at 'to unite, the two. This ceremony took that time, consented to assist, in at th> rench consulate, ;as- and Manitoba where it was bit- tag selling. She disposed liinV't Prince Napoleon appears as aj dreds during the day each. if 'rench: citizen Domiciled in Paris, al- .....'tn'oug'h-'i'o'r'mdr'e than thirty years he much snow on the! We are so certain 'Reiall "93" Hair Mewbum-was at h'ome. to ,-bein. Exiled .from his country. is, fairly, captivated with j Tonic will cure dandruff, prevent bald-1m Mends for fte The. was c lie. is, captivated with JSuwiy South-erix .Alberta.. r-The Herald.orchestra held its 'first .evening. ,The orchestra eiitir'elv of Herald em- , 'attended last night's-practise'were: A. E. Smith, Idler, .clarinet; E. Halverson, violin; E> M. Blackford; cornet, Mrs-. Black- ford, piano; .E. Bpsworth, piccolo; J. Kelsey, troraborie. .ThsT...-w.ere as- their first practice .by. F. and Mr. Miller... There is al- so a fl-ut-e quartette in connection witte ftbe-orchestra. --FUND-IS-GROWING tie Y. M. C.. A. fund, reached Sl76i012 at one thirty today, .or just 'over, half the desired amount which is setVto ib'e obtained fry. midnight Tues- When a cold becomes settled in tbe .system, it yai'lrtak'e- .se'veral' days' treaLmenfc to cure it, and the best rein- edy'to use is .Chamberlams Cough 'it'will than aiiy and also leaves the- system in a .uatural and healthy T J. .1. .T, made. :d Kingston, NoyT. changes are discussed bV the trustees of nationalizing the institution, and it s finally to ask graduates h'o-w; they viewed the proposal connections with ffle Presbyterian cnurch._ K asRing varidu's 3uefetipits..will be. issued, .and. replies sougirt.' will. ib e compiled considered" iiext spring aind a report- prepared for th'e general assembly. The trustees ,'th'e sever- ance would be of great 'benefit to the university. A Not a Fad The Holsum PHONE 1027 2nd Ave. A North York TribimeJ .As is :well Joiown; Wilson liasr a-cle-ji shaven, face. Bat it was not always thus. Oiice; wheri ,Dr: -Wil- son a young- lawj-ep a cause, a, Carolina hej perceived that .attentive' list- was the .of the who sat with his f e'eT on th'e i and vvith...Jiis eyes.on the. .attorney. aged -by tHe -interest manifested -by id' disiingiiislieQ ah" en- cpui-aged to. increase his. efforts still" to enchain the attentions of that auditor. .When finished his address with a rounded period of glowing stepped toward tne'sheriff to receive. It was a dreadful shock., to ihiin when. that ofricial drawiecT oirtr 'Say. Wilson, 'do you know that, one of your side whiskers shorter than the The future president, of Princeton was so disgusted that he saaVed off his heard. cbiigTis, cores colds, beals .the. thrositand. lungs. -_ e are now located in oiir premises m trie Hill DuHerm and prepared fo new Block, corner -J LraBB, and are supply the public witn all kinds oi meat of the first quality. Meat tbat is Gi 11 or pk( ive us a call or pnone a trial order- ;