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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY-KEKA&XI Mason & Rlscti Pianots FROlfi FACTORY TO HOME it;; Twenty Branch' Stores HEAD OPFICE AND FACTOR IE 8, TORONTO : Today, Tomorrow or �HAPPINESS- enters the- home with the Mason ,inl \he Sreat.G8t musical / Estate into sweet :.'m'%#W?f1 stands-Wr' all - that- is.' /works of all ages. Man* oonstrW^ipn and1-is the acceptp/ / known in Player-ada's Musical World. ,. . i /d standard of Can Thera;,.'is should not ,/ Jiit onca-^-'.i.:- onjlie/et your proi, .-.r.c^ii'-'ea no reason why you liavfe it in your Home t may be purchased siesf. of , terms % i '$ is holdin/c iMM, ow afternoon"-'{at * : � \- X manager of tHe Calgary,i spent - � - ' \v > C. G. K. N/iurse. Bank of -Commerce, the last couple of days fn. .tlje 'city.' *. * � * Lieut.. Cjias. Devinc of thoj 13th O. M. K., at Medicine Hat, 'is 'spending a few days''leave in the.' cityV^V' if Miss Mabel'Wallace has1 returned from Tacoma, Wash., where she has been spending .several, months. . � .  The Willard W, C, T, V. will �tticet on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock" at the home of Mrs. Dunswo.ft.tiii '81.1 Ninth street south. The ladies of the Orange lgdi^e. arc holding a whist drive tomorrow night in the S. \0.. Ei hall.' The'-proceeds will he given to the patriotic fund. * m m V tea will fce held at the homo ,of Mrs. English at 1270 6th . Avenue/S. Friday afternoon from 3 till fj f iii.'aid of St. Patrick's church. ;. TJie Daily Herald to the Statj year.', ;:c.!;l jis is the same price as in"Canada1-$3.00 per A#^ill^il�^;tp.41)e. 8ti] ... of fl.50- per year, the extra 50c Mtes for 'the Weekly Herald are at the rate ' ~ " " tj^pay.ffat th^belng for postage. . '. '�:  to .�i%fTfPWWWS|*?^7#t. %(e Contest Office and -have tlift'votes' credited fykagt'fB the cdftfplete ��r�. O. H. Ben�on,;,oop .......w.� 36jOoo : 597 ...i-i'i'i-. 85;6ofli .....*;'.'..It '35^000 .�;..;-;'.;'.'..;'?SS,pW"j Mist Sihte'NIven, Frank, to, Alta. J Miss Annie . Pelletier, Monllta. ,.. i Miss Elsie Park.Cranbroolrch, 'Alta f Mist Goldie'Pohlman, Altoi -B. C. - Mils Alice Reardon, Pinchddo, [Alta. ... . Mrs, P.earl Ross, Bow Islanl.Creek, Alta, 1 Mrsi John Reason, Deeringi Altav . ... ! Mjsa yyjnnlfred I. Sellens, 7|Alta. t Miss Louise Scott, Macleod, \ Miss Le Vaun Van Orman, . Qso. T. Wrlde, Raymond, A X Gunnsr 7,bergi Blairmore "', John Wright, Hardieville, I T^e^a ^ Wh ite,, Forem. Miss lya Walker; 624 Ninth St. Cyprian's W. A. will meet on Friday afternoon,. Nov. 19th,!, in;, .the parish room. All those who are in terested in systematic giving are urg- en tly xequcsted tovbe /present.    The regular meeting of the Alexander'Gait chapter, l.'.'O. -1). K.;-' will be held tomorrow afternoon n.fc tout o'clock in the Y. M. C. A.' The' Is-, .'cutive will meet at 3.15. � �.  There will be a dance in Burgmann Hall tomorrow night to which' the public are invited. This is -the first of the regular weekly dances that are going to be held this winter. The Mission Circle of Wesley church. are holding a tea tomorrow afternoon from four to six at the home of Mrs. It. "E. Skeith, 612 Twelfth St. A program will be given. �' ' *. . * Mr. Leo M. Coombs will give' a free lecture next Tuesday * night" "aV the Lethbridge Conservatory of Mus-'ic on modern voice culture'; subjett: Interference: By mistake.it was all'--r.nunced a week earlier in'last'night's paper. ,7,400 ?.? n5j000 7th Street A South. ita. 7..." iber, Alta........... et South , '."""DrooO ' ...''iSaopo 5.00P .----35,0'pO, ......... V'^cjtf- :i5 (.?, pv. style. An informal -program, of music, songs and. readings-nby Misses The big mill flour- The big loaf kind. ^^ PMRlTy FLOUR /;.'..-B#'�0^TidrfBettef Bread " ST. VILSU II IT 'BY AUSTR^AJf - AEROPLANES - >  - m' * pi a. KING AND PRINCESS MAliY ON HORSEBACK King George photographed recently on horseback, riding with Princess Mary. The King's accident while reviewing the, troops in France- is deplorable.  '' ' '''-' _ Three aeroplane attacks in one night v ere made bv Austrian aircraft om Venice. One of the iUtf dropped in the pias/a ot Rt Mark's Cathedra" Photo shows where bomb fell, ... cainearai^ Way,' Cobbledick and Messrs Toombs, Harvey and Coonihcs, was followed by the preparation o! pie recipes by ybu'ng'; men to be read by their lady partners.'': After some other game's the genial hosts revealed the wealth of their culinary provisions. Chief Chef Fisher, Gunner H. Hamilton, head of 'the* .-social committee, and Miss Lingard; president of the Pro-theons, voiced their appreciation of pleasure afforded. '" I On Monday .evening at ,6 ;o'clpck in the pfimary" room of Westijiinster church, twenty young people ' gathered ,to enjoy.the ten-cent tea in charge bf the. social department of thef,Ep-worth Leagiie.. A nvbst pleasant, social "hour was spent, a~literary program was rendered, consisting of a solo by MiSs Hall and ] an historical cbmpstitiionsftunder .the::-directjon'-'..ofi 'Mrs^HV '^-*�rucf Y)trrihg *lf# eveh-'] in^a heartv- welcome was accorded Ptpg VVm;; -carnill .'"a^returned * soldierf whpje name appears 'on-the roll of Ihofojr of Westminster church., , Many 'gbra wishes am!"a farewell weretgiven; >W|R- ;Baldry, .who is^one of, ' the"; drw| of.:the Battel who. expect, to. lea^e the city jjStfty shortiy for'Eng-'Uflm' Mrs. VViji. Francis'Received a lie4�ty clap during the' evening, -tho .pctgSionl being her birthday. A most enjoyable | evening was brought to a clew* byl; singing God .vS^e :thc King ahwjGod Save Our Men. ;: ALLOWED IT TO DIE Bruce, who .joined tlie 31st Battalion but later was transferred, to the 9th Reserves, stationed... .at' |Sandljng, England. The daughters are : Mrs. James Walhvo'rk and '.Mrs'. A. M.' Moe, of this city, .and'-lWrsl'Wm."''Nl-p ven of Calgary, and Mrs. R. II; -Or-mond of Nanaimo, B. C. Mrs. Niven. and Mrs. Ormonfl are, both in the city, having bean -called- home to'" their mother's bedside last week. � �' The funeral will be held on Friday, Nov. 19, at 2.30 o'clock, from the deceased's residence and proceed .^oj St. Augustin's church, where serves' si will be' conducted by Rev. ' Can&nVSi Murrell-Wright. r-..termetit m the An-; ghcan cemetery. >*eVfe TRANSPLANT RUBBER TREKS;| After experiments, covering 6ever*l�j years, rubber trees have been ;bucVv; �ossfu'jly transplanted from the nahks,;' of the Amazon to points in tho  inter-, i sor of Brazil. . Chicago, 111., Nov. 17.-From tlie lips of the mother, Mrs. Anna Bollinger, came, the. tragic story today of (her consent' to" ' let her six-day-old baby boy', deformed in body and mind, die, so that the infant, if it lived, would not be a .b,urden,to the wor'id. The mother, confined to'her bed in the .German-American hospital, agreed . With Dr. H. J. Haiselden, chief ojf the hospital staff, to sacrifice the child when: a simple-operation, would assure its .dif^&-T^ ;iktvi)t^^?^-ftmm--g&d: perhaps moral defective, in the opinion of the 8urge^'nT*'*ltt;'tnWe1^W;"H�rrtE 'the consent of the child's parents, declined to perform the operation. Death is expe'ct�Sl'tb. take the infant within 48 hours. $ " : :.. I| v HORN-ADAM .^quict wedding' was solemnized last^evening at six o'clock - at St. Anglew's manse,.!..*ben Rey., A., 0.* Bryan united in marriage Miss' Mary AH$m and Mi. David Horn. The couple were unattended. Mr. and MoB Horn have- taken up their resident at 207 15th street north. JSdANIELSON-ANDERSON Ben Danielson and Miss Nora Je^fene Anderson, both: of Nanton," Ar., were married- yesterday at Wfwey parsonage by Rev. G. H. Cob-blejgick. Miss Clara Anderson and Mr�|fOscar Norman Anderson, sister anm^'brother of the bride, were tho ajbigitdanl'S. Mr. and Mrs. Danielson Ayi|K make their home near Nanton, Ayh^c the groom; is a prosperous :gWf ' Piorieer Lethbridge is Gone The de^h of Mrs. Grisella lretoh Daries, oiae of the pioneers of Lethbridge, .took place last' evening at her residence, 406 5th Avenue south, at the iage ;of 763- yeats. �% -Mrs;.- Da vies, l^d'HSe\M�^''tt^i^1ieam for some years, her eyesight having failed her for the past five years, and she having been totally blind foi;-;the past two years. ' -1 '" ' The deceased lady: came tp Lethbridge 22 years 'ago,1'tiom Dunsford, Ont., her parents being Mr. and Mrs. John Iteton of that place. She was a-member of St. Augustin's church, and a member of the recently formed Old Timers' Association. She was highly esteemed in Lethbridge, where she had lived for so many'- years. Four sons and four daughters formed the: family. . Louis Davies, a sou, died in 1900. The others are John F. arid S. G. '.of Lethbridge, and .ft.i 5~l 4k V-i m HORS DE COMBAT MOST PERFECT MADE. OfUft.lmitatMl tout 'n�v�r Muallad. O* : not �p�ftm�i�t-tt��f� is M,�tlMr "JMS* �S, " c wnile myt brothers are (ight-I ,tho  freedom t of. lour homes. 1 went' to help' and fight for ; Vonr�lov.ingi-son\. \K .^.'iErncW.Savage. Loung tiialif Is''married and is Ithe wife and two kiddies at yiilc he'rgoes- tout  in 'the scr-l's CQUrj,*ttv. (This makes four Mr. SdVage and ho fells just-1 to know that he has done \to win for the cause of lisb' scientists have decid-sense of smell in man is cotiipareil \ ,wftli �' animals. ' ,-huinttn practice of MINERS LOOK OUT When.you first notice,a cough^ even that>little tickling in the� ^jjg^of'S ^^j^J^^V^ ^ Puts AriJther Place Oft It Many a man jauntily Jakes his cup or two of tea or coffee at a meal and declares that Mt deesn't hurt him.'' " ����;>T :" But wait until the poisonous drug, caffeine', in -tea' and cit-' "fi,*i ~ " different1 ifr It's a fact anyone cam veejfy,; that caffeine, hardens the ar-a vc"iut coi|taii|t no caffeihe. nor any other harm-;' *- , K' | ful substance. ' , r . .^V. ^ ' f-ti '*�'< jjftgj Postt^m jpakes -(,or he|lth,^(jappiness andvigor.'/ ^'-^^ft, Wijji "; m o�tu_nvi,njakes for he^lth^bappmess and vigor. a/-*1*'''T^ "There'i $ Reasort^ f,:*M Canadian Postum CereiiA^o-j ,L|d,i ^'lutlsoi; Oijt. � 0324 ;