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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta PERFECTION economfcafthat Haifa teaapoonful cocoa the deiio'otia is characteristic of Cowan's. THE MTHBHIPGJJ: 5 "Quak er Nutritious Delicious and ealtkful Gil Xi more r-The ALDERMAN KING ENTERING SUIT Aid. King is" .talcing action against the Daily News for- niisrepresenting his speech at the Citizen's League meeting last Tuesday- for sta-te- {ments in their columns, subsequently commenting on that. for refusing- to publish a retraction or apology. Aid. King denies that he.made, the statement .reported in'the; News that "There are men- in the council I wouldn't-let .run a backyard for me." Aid. King .takes exception also to edi- torial comment- made :.the next day in." News. The matter has beeit placed in the hands of his solicitor. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Gordon .of .the. .New .Tor branch- of the Bank ,of Montreal, an Mrs. Dewar, "who have been visiting the last week with Mrs. Dewar' sister, Mrs. W. H. Fatten and Dr. Pat ton, of Coutts, left yesterday, for'N York, Wednesday nlghVte. -X Taylor gave a large honor of a in" Mrs. LjStbibridge. oh-a Jostess, gowned.. In satin' with et trimming, was; assisted in receiv- ng by Mrs. Mclntyre, who ace overrule.., .Tins of wore -at- creation-, of repe de jetted Ottawa, Nbvl the' suspect- ed case of cholera osr'the'C. N: E. steamship Royal George detained at Gross Isle and since freed is really the dreaded disease- itself, was the- gist of a wire received by Hon. Sydney from Montizanbert, director-; general been dispatched toiGross IsV'to look' into the case. "You can say.: officially that the case is really one of cholera" said, Hon. Mr; Fisher. The steamer itself has been released, after- a thor- ough fumigation, -but the passengers will detained in quarantine for -a week or.'more. The Royal- George -is Mrs. were he- fortunate; -winners1-- -of- rizes, while 'to he lot of JVirs.-Ritchie Whitmore. M ccullough, Mr. MES. and Mrs. C. E. D. m bury, Mr. and Mrs. Ritchie, ,-.3frf and Mrs. John( Franks, Mr. and; IfirsE' utheriand, Mr. Mrs. Bigeiow, r. and Mrs. Carter, Mr. and. .Mrs. ampbell, Mr. and Mrs.: F. d Cum- There will be a meeting or the Wo Missionary Society in the lee ture room 'of Wesley church at half past three o'clock oii Thursday after- noon of "this weekv i J> .will, meet x: church, school i A of w afternoon from three to; members''will de- vote the; afternoon .to the! held, next week. Guild have-arranged to: St.; Aiigustin-'s Hair, in 'in the afternoon and Mfethtidists Devote Servic esto .Gause of 'Jv-ir. ssCBetairr: ol. .the --Lay- men s; Missionary .Movement of the gate- an eloquent aid. patribtac' a'dtitesfe' last evening in- Wesley was listened to Society of "the will hold their- in the mins-, Mr. and Mrs. Haultain, Mrs.. A% tonight at the ,of St. Andrew's" church will.meet at. the home of Mrs; (Dr.) Thomson, on Miss.. Irma .'Bingaam, Messrs. Whitmore, MarsTi, Graham, Jaagshaw and Colclough. Regina .Leader. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Epworth League of Westmin- ster church will meet as usual tomor- row evening" in the' church. and ad- dresses will be given- Miss Ji Shaw- and Finlay. [nest; Thurattay o-'ciocfc. evening at eight officiated as. Ball aM C. R.' gave; short "addresses. outlined the history of commenced in.- and was The pces- riiovemenr.has-.as objeci -jthc world in. twen- Tliis. will! only be pos- sihle rtJie the ,-p-rfche youne mt backed by the money possessed by; the older-men. It .'is ohe; irjLssiona.i'v with, proper financial add" -eao evangelize twenty-five .tliousan-d people in twen- ty-five "years. copters COURT o'cloek: Hunter. sir-thirty Kev. A. x'Uytle 'united in inizabea Bmiter and-, John both of Tie' ceremony; wa3.. performed parsonage. in the Westminsterr Mr. .Arnupp opened his address bv .fact -chat several WesJt-T" church -was a mis- ji, .ajid only a '-rpor'trng, cbiirch, but is contnbuting hiindredV-o? donates, amraalUT to the awssioaacy, "veocJiL.- -The growth 'west isj-ainazirtg-.atid the'people in L on realize rt.' his aeaarers. to. him .on several poises Godi: secon-div, belief that, and FIANCE'S CAUSES suieii Chicago, Nov. 'her J- W: WOfHf ii as tlar.ee- ;ia Ute Metho- must, one-third ol the newly arrrving; -people, and thafc now is ife- -feae to do tie -work, lit MYRESIGN TROUBLES 1 "JN WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Nov. General Organ izer Brady, of the International Typo- graphical jUnion, -has here from. -Mi from. :the -situation until' the local- union, have been- satisfactorflv Skin Sufferer "If I-had onlylknown-how Eczema can be long years of awful suffering it would have saved writes F. A. Will of 2506 Wash- Francisco. ''I .This, after-40 suffering and :aftter uslngeless than Oil of Wintergreen Thymol D D D .Prescription. Try at least a trial bottle. Write lor it to-day to the'D. D. Laboratories, Dept. L. Colborne St. Toronto To our certain knowledge, D. D D Prescription always gives instant" re- relief inside of ten'sec- onds Jackson Cope, corner: of Third Are. and Eighth SL South. David. Nathan... was in the county .imiilding getting a marriage license for the .wedding, to have taken .-place'yes- slgll--W terday, Miss Anna Neyberg, the bndiP j not re; ;.to-be, committed suicide, lollowmg a. t'quarrel with .prospective moihw> rvP" i-.Vta' oh.'learning or the' Miss .Neyberg, came to the flat which Nathan had furnished met mm. about Jnoori. 'him. to the licens-e bureau, but decida-V to remain in the "flat: -'It was then that >er'- motto had n6t approved wedding. He said it mteiition for her not to stay" at to cdme'with iiim, his "mother f-might come trouble. Miss Neyberg protested thart she was not. afraid and Nathan left her. to the story told by Thomas Cairns, a watchman, the-mother entered the flat. Words followed and a shot was fired. ;1 W. drag M, tr. ,r.t was asked to- day if there any truth.in the: rumor that- he was to-re- sign.his house.. not reached 'any decision in He was-considerr..-. -but, jrould.-take tilt af teethe present-.. session at any rate. A fREMRSMEET ..-..__-0 lying across a couch with a revolver in her" hand. Nov. provincial prime ministers of Canada -will meet in a special interprovincial conference the building and at Ottawa on December 9, in accord- satisiy yau in Wtf buf otily birds and ani" tiiat will yield sweet tender meat, which is kept clean and it reaches ''f you.