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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta November THE 'LETHBKIDGE 'DAILY HERALD uaker rea to your grocer. IS THE BEST YOUR MONEY "CAN BUY or PHONE more 2nd Ave. A North (MAPLE l_EAF.LABEL) Give the children Cowan's Per- fection Cocoa and drink It is the best beverage for .young and old. 153 THE COIVAN CO., IJAOTED. .TORONTO. PINCHER CREEK Creek. Nov. The. chick- en supper and concert given "by the 4srties' Aid 'of the Methodist church opera -house last night was not ohly well attended but successful in etery way. A six-piece orchestra dis- pursed up-to-ciale music the Capper was being served 'by the ladies. 'fhe concert which followed was also ,qf a ..o'rde'ir. the ladieis who eighteen grandchildren. of her broth- er's. A report going the rounds to the ettect that a'mounted.-police constable was shot in the Porcupine Hills has no foundation, in fact. all day Friday.. .It. was the soil in ,the'district being The firs't-hockey-ior-the season'was played this week'by some juhibrs on' an isolated portion of the creek now trozea over. A sale of work is to be held in the new separate school -'by.-the Ladies'- j Auxiliary of the Catholic church, when j tflat building is completed, which is expected in the first of. December. A. E. Cox left on Tuesday to attend the A. O. U. W. grand todge meeting in .Winnipeg. --Air. and Mrs. A. N. Mowat are away on a month's visit to the coast conveyed to th'e hospital'and is getting along favorably. Kev. R. E. Pinlay-j, of the Methodist church, is 'doing some good work Comprised the management deserve j among the young, hoys of our'town great credit for the .whole affair. In. j in an unostentatious way. He has tile neigh bbrhobd'bf 575 was ['forty orthein enrolled in the Junior r-During a runaway on Wednesday league, tbe average attendance ex- afternoon Mrs. M-ercer, -residing in. tha- eeeding thirty- at .the meetings. Mr: outslarts of town, had an-arm broken t'inlay is equally successful- with his and.also received some injuries about trie face. A team hauling ran away and--collided with the con- teyancei seated with the result stated. She was class meetinss. >1 "Francis Wiiiock's 80th birth- day was celebrated recently- by a -din-- ner, party at.'.-which. twenty-five. relatives were present, .including REPLY Editediby.' 1224 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. L. G. DeVeber is holding a din- ner party this evening in honor of Mr. and 'Mrs; -E. B. Freeman, who leave for their home in Burlington, Ont., next Read this Booklet "The Hair and Its Care" Sent Free' upon Request The Herpicide Company want every- one to have a Of their booklet telling how to take care of and possess nice hair. The booklet contains much valuable information on 'the subject of saving and cultivating the hair. If -the present-day men and women Mr. and: Mrs. H. B. Maltby and fam- ily 'of Chatham, NVB.v are guests for a lew days of ancl H. Homer Uay, at street. Mrs. T., ;O. ,-Ives .and Miss Gladys ives, raother and 'Bister of A. E. Ives and Ur. Garnet T. I ves, are expected to arrive in LethbrMge early next week to reside here permanently. They will begin to live up to the teachings of this. little booklet i% is uoubuul ii the next generation would find a bald- headed man -or lady wearing false bair, It is jusfc as easy to have robust and beautiful hair as to have thin, scraggy hair or no, hair at .all'. 'Jf the scalp is kept clean and free irym dandruff the hair grows naturally, and luxuriantly. The booklet, tells hofv this may be most effectively accomplished by the use of Newbro's Herpicide. Herpicide destroys the gernf which causes dand- ruff, frees the head from dirt and scarf flakes. The hair becomes light, fluffy, and beautiful. Newbro's Herpicide is the original remedy that kills" the dandruff germ live-In...-the ..handsome home on for which there are so many imitations and substitutes said'to be just as good. Buy .nothing but" the original.. All reliable druggists sell and guar- .antee "genuine 'Herpicide in one dollar size, bottles. "l in postage Herpi- cide Detroit, Mich, and a ;jnice sample will-be sent book- Applications obtained at the better barber shops .and hair dressing par- 'lors. street' south -near the cor- 'ner of Fourth' built by A. E, ives. SB Sydney Jackson- on Friday evening entertained about i'iiteen of his friends home, Twelfth street. It was entirely a stag affair and bridge whist was" indulged In. J- G. Robert- ivas winner- of" the first prize and J. J. Johnston the second. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Jadies of -St. Cyprian's church Koyal Bank. Subject, "Soul arid; 'dy-'L.Testimonial, meeting will be intend holding a pantry sale at at Every- rqinster House; the home of F. W. i one is most cordially, invited' to attend on Friday, {Nov. 25, from 2 services.. ?b-'6 olcJock. Tilers .will be handker- St. Andrew's Church (North Leth- chei's arid for sale and W. Bryden a good musical 'programme will bej-M-A.-- Services held in Reding's given. j McKay street.''. Morning at 11, even- at Sunday school and Bible The regular meeting of the W. C. T.' :U. was" held yesterday.- in Wesley church -but owing-, to the disagreeable afternoon-tile .attendance was .small, but those who 'ventured out Joshua A heartv Montreal, Nov. Henri Bour- assa publishes in "Le Devoira" a, reply to Sir-.Wilfrid Laurier's letter in La heading the article "Laurier. iJerthiaume, Dahsereau and and beginning with the statement that the fraternal embrace of these gentlemen marks dreadful fall of the man who for :so long has dominated: the public life of his country. "I asked Sir 'Wilfrid Laurier c proceeds Mr. "why he saw fit to fraternize with such people and he political '.in: they.. all, .times'; to make class, at 3. .Minister's Bible .class at 4. The' pastor will preach a special ser- 3 mon to L-i the evening, the "God's Message to a 'hec'ause it has an ordinary grate. 'If, the 'but at one end of the firebox, 'you must dump all of the live coal to rebuild it. Not so with the McClaiy Sask- "Alta-Steel Range. You the ashes at either end and build fire without disturbing the 'fire in the other'end. The McClary Patent Duplex double .and independent in dead end fires in Sask-Alta impossible and saves waste of "red" coal through unnecessary shaking. A saves fuel and cuts down coalbills. It does more -work and better work than the best ordinary range ever made'; It -has-, .v- nioreimprovements-more exclusix-egoodlpoints, esVMcGlary agent will consider it a pleasure that your range money will be best spent "for a famous" meeting" at Springs, .and. the -holy ance-'of Blair, and'Greeriishiejds In'- fa.ct have'becbme desperate L.auiier- throws' himself into of everyone --who comes along. Of all the-jleasantries.'indiiig- edrin hy.jSir Wilfrid aip "to. the present j tim'e, this- bears it neces- :sary for ,one 'to: call. .attention 'fact- that Hinclcs. never 'had. more iitteKad- versarieX- than the' 'men who ''the i first guides 'and leaders, of Sir" Wilfrid Lau'rier s uch -as- tb e Pep- j ins. -Itlie" JProyostSv ano and need I remind Sir Wilfrid that be com batted to the hitter end the man. who is designated as the proud and noble figure of Commandant- Fortin. and u'hom he claims as a godfather" Froceedlng to speak of the future. Mr. Bourassa says that there can be no mistaking tbe character of the con- jtest in the future. "Let neither Con- iservative nor Liberal be deceived. Tbe jnght of tomorrow has been prepar- iing for the past ten years, will not he i fought between two armies morally j deciminaied and whose battle flags J cover no longer an idea or a principle. [The battle will be fought out between j imperialists and autonomists. The jproblem will be posted squarely and fairly and the Canadian people will choose between two principles, and whatever in ay -be. the issue there'.will be no civil war as tirnid_ TQere will be, course, people like amply repaid as they listened to the excellent Tepqrt'. of.'the convention at Saskatoon given by the' delegate, Mrs. way.. The Union decided to hold a pantry sale on. Tuesday, Nov. 29, in'j Wesley church, to which all members, also those interested in the cause, will! be invited to The object is a worthy one and help the good work on.! i Kev. Canon Tucker, the eloquent and popular secretary. of the Church of England in Can- ada, who hag. recently given up that, position to take the-leading church of, London, Ont., address-in St. Augustin's HalV on'Monday even- ing when the men -of St. Augustin's, 3t. Cyprian's" and ch'trrcbes will unite in. having .a .big .banquet. The banquet starts-at seven o'clock. Tlio Wesley Church' Epworth Lea-- gue will holdtheir'.'regular meeiing Monday evening. Good'programme in charge of missionary- department .Ev- erybody .welcome. CUPID'S COURT On. Saturday evening, IsToy. 5, Rev. welcome for everyone. Westminster A. A. Ly- tie, pastor. .J. H. Arnup, the secretary of the Laymen's Missionary Movement of the jHethodist .church, .of will give a missionary address in the morning and two other laymen will give addresses in 'the evening, the day as the missionary .anni- TKE.NEEDllEWQRklqp PEASANT AT DOOR f illmer. if H The.aTxrve greatly admired byvihe ladies, C The Semi Ready Embroidered Suits' were the distinct'feature They are beautifully embroidered, made in all colors, and gold at mostreaspnable prices You Tull look charming in one of these atT your At A large shipment is expected from Belfast m a" few -which will consist chiejQv of ariicjee suitable for XMAS PRESENTS Not onlv are1-they exquisitely worked and beautiful to look at, but will-stand and tear of everyday use versary. German at 710 Bailey street, iN'orthvIiethbridge.." The will Toy; Rev. _.6.- A, Grpth. Coaida'e Methodist Church Sun- day; MOV. JiO. In the evening at 7.30, the Wishbone.'5 Hev ChoYch of: Jtius Christ of Latter Day at 2.30 p. m. in "the Seventh street; Lutheran Services in language Sunday morning- 'at- 9.30 in the Methodist church, -corner West- minster Road and McKay' street! M.. Jj. Steuer, pastor. St. (Anglican) Holy communion S.3f> a.ra. Morning prayer with sermon 11 a.m. Sunday School 3 p.m'J Evening prayer -with sermon, 7.30 pin. (Holy Communion at 11 a. ro.. on first Sunday in the month.) Rev. vvm.. Shearer officiated at the first !j. E; Murrell-Wright. M. A., rector. which took place at the thriv- ing- little town of .New Dayton, The happy couple were John Mehl of Bat- tle Creek, Sask., and "Mary Ann-Deane a bonnie lassie from Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland. The ceremony took place at the home of F. G. Morrison. After receiving the congratulations of those present the party siit dovcn to a little supper prepared by Mrs. Mor- rison, for the occasion. The rest of was spent by the young people in such a way as to gratify the 1 Church of jSt. Mary's Sunday School 3 p.m. Choral even- song 7.30. Wednesdays and Fridayf choral evensong S p.m. Holy Com- munion will be celebrated on the sec- ond Sunday of 'each- month at 9.30 a.m. The festival of All Saints will be ob- the evening service lomor-i Housekeepers We guarantee to satisfy you in particular7 We "buy only those birds and ani- mals, that yield sweet tender meat, is clean and sanitary until it reaches- you. Test Usi It's TTortL a trial order to find out H your woi ries with meat are to We are to please you. a.m. Evensong p.m. Sunday school and Adult-Bible- class 3 pan-. Holy baptism 4 commun- ion 1st and 3rd Sundays and and 4th at the ii acl'ock- se'mce. Jttfotherhood of St. ery Tuesday evening in. S p.m. W. V. McMillen, ad-. 650 street POPULATION OF MEMPHIS Washington. Nov. St. Patrick's Catholic) has a population of Low. mass at 8 with communion, cording to statistics.' ot" the i Cllildreil's mafis at Sunday school at 3 Highjsas made public .tonight -is. 'an the remark that cbey were a ;rowd." p.m.., Evening service at 7.30 p.m. The j "jolly j (j_ T. TJ. meet every first and third Sun- I day at- 4 p.m. in the basement of the; of IS 74U o-i 1 1'1 LoaTJoc. Toronto, Montreal, Winnioce. Vancouver, St.-Jpha, Co....letttelile ff All Users of Know they make no noise or sputter, and have no odor; safe and sure. Made by Ask your nearest grocer for CHURCH SERVICES Wesley T. P. Perry, pastor, Sunday will be devoted, to missions. ''pastor will have the service in the morning and in the evening there will be a platform meet- ing ,with Dr. Galbraith in the chair. Addresses will be given toy J. H. Arnup the eloquent secretary of the Laymen's Missionary Movement' of the church in W. S. and C, H. Knox Church (Presbyterian) Min- JBrotfeur 'in 1S96 %nd: Hughes of Kev. A. M. Gordon, 3. Sun- c i meets, every FAKE MATRIMONIAL BUREAU Winnipeg, Nov. provincial police arrested in post office today a man named Sherman, The Ladies' Altar Society second Sunday in the month at 4 p.m. in the convent. St. 'Cyprian's of tignrh avenue and Eleventh Street, south; Services, morning prayer 11 nmonial agency in.-._Saskatchewan. by aij druggists. IMPROVING "Leo a'fkvbfa-ble night, resting taiiitng 4> comfort than for several "days Hss.; Ts very never- -y theless.'" Croup is during the dry cold the early months. chiliiren should be prepared All ,Jiat'is aeeded is a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. never without it in. their :aom5BVaad: it charged with running a fraudulent mat i never disappoin-ted'. thenx own'day, but with such demagogues Ihe bark worse t'aan the bite. The minority will accept loyally the decis- ion of the majority, preserving, of course, tiie right which is essentially British, to use every effort to bring the majority to think as they do." "This however might be excusable, the article goes-on, "if his mode of argument could .for a single instant {hold water. Commandant Fortin may j be the father of the Canadian navy, [That is possible, but Sir Wilfrid's navy i is Canadian only in times of peace: it j is Imperial in time of war. Mr. Field- ling proclaimed iC Laurier admitted it. i Mr. McKenna, first Lord of the Admir- jaity, confirmed it, and so did Mr. Bro- idetir and-Sir Frederick Bordeu." Mr. i bourassa accuses Sir Wilfrid of "tak- jing liberties with clauses'and j saying in 'part: "He forgets that the j famous clause which he invokes fal- j j sit'ying it, will only call parliament to- pother after the fleet has already been la lortnight at sea and perhaps sunk, leaving such slaves as Kivels the jUerv.'iis. and Helands iapprovo or blame the 'government.'' day services: Morning at 11, evening at 7.oU. Adult Bible class at 12. Sun- day schoo] at Young Peoples' Guild every Monday evening at S. All cor- dially welcome. Music as follows: Morning anthem, "Christian the morn breaks sweetly o'er Thee" evening solo. "Consider and Hear Me" i Mr. G. E. Fleming; anthem, "The Lord is my Light" (Horatio farker.) First Baptist church The pastor. Kev. A. J. Prosser, will preach at 13, a.m. and 7.20 p.m. Morning text, "I pray thee have me Luke Evening subject, "A highway for God's People." Isa. Adult bible class and Bible school at 3 p.m. McKay Street Baptist school at o s.m. Godfrey Collier, sup- erintendent. First Church of Christ W5JI hold services tomorrow at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p.m. in second floor of the Dr. de Van's Female Pills A reliable French rcfjulator; never fails. These tiie rijrhf to ar? powerful in reg-ulatinff the Rcticrativc portion of the (en-.ale system. Refuse IClion tne all cheap iinitatioos. Dr. Van's are sold at ?S a box. nr three lor f ]0. Mailed to any address. TUc Drof; Co., St. Out. YOU Everv GOOD HOUSEKEEPER would like to answer and yet it is comparatively easy if the right flour 5s used.. tbe ideal bread and pastry-making flour.- It is made1 from the finest Ko. 1 Hard Northern Wheat in tue most up-to-da-fe milling plant in the world. FIVE ROSES FLOUR IS SATISFYING THE MOST EXACTING DEMANDS OF THE BEST HOUSE- KEEPERS, BAKERS AND PASTRY COCKS. "Unbleacbed, Yet White As Snow" Jfade in the largest and best equippa d mills in the British Empire. Ask your Grocer for JFive looses OF THE LIMITED. ;