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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November 23.1012. TTIE LETTinRTDGlJ! IMTr EDITED BY "INO" Offic. 1224 Rll. 1119 It is on Top Every Time! Supreme above all others_in qual- ity raised by merit alone to that proud emin- Alberta's 3 e s t Baking Powder is uniform, pure, is invariably dependable. Your gro- cer knows him. A few more smiles .of silent sym- pathy, a few more teiuUr words i little ,inore restraint In nut1 make all Ilia dlft'uronco belween hap pinesB and linlf-hnppliiess to II ilvo I'lrooke. Vou gavo a smile us you passed along .And thought ;io more nhoiit It; But It cheered a'heart that was'suet tho while, And might have been, wrecked with. out it; And so for the smile and its frultag? fair, You'll reap a crown, soine'time. eolnc lie- over Mrs. Do Vclicr was wearing a ing costume of purple Ionian! black .silk. Mrs. C'onylieare had donned a coming gown of black chiffon Silli. Mrs. Wilson was gowned In haiiil- sonic black and white striped chiffon over white satin. Mrs. Uoivnrr looked well -in net mounted over paddy green sa- iniisii, discoursed 1ij Oislrlls tut piece orcliestu md the "Ic ii Ilooi mi" enjoyable: A where. Rev. .Tosnnli lust.night from Calgary, accompanied served at' the ill Simmons- supier i in ifUi ht hour, kindly played by bis brother, Rev. J. G. Wooda-rSal worth, of All Peoplo'B Mission A 'l-il-en.. were tf pretty, (joiviis I obci tson-'-paic rci dnfioii lohnsli dnfioii who will preach hi Wcslrainst.i oi.i Hlll, church U.moiTovv i i n..., church U.morrow. Mrs. Cieorge, of Mueleod, is i uu s-i for a week with Mrs. T- K Nralc I Mrs. Neil McLachlail, who Ins, been if he oi her: daughter, Mis lien of Calga'ry, returns home, ol tonight. >'rs t D Bl-incJm I jlm with pearl ornainpnt. i .Mrs. Dickie, oi Coniston, ami Vis i f TI it........ _- Iu( Uffuincnt Hick silk Jhr follow ofhcirs elected' I Aill en MvMillan Moll lej ucllttt Hie hdles intend to arranpc a fhiistnids tree foi the Suud iy school 'I lie meHins uill i'lcia Vieilmidn NCI 27 stliin Mrs. Jas ilon will itt is hosuss. H. Maris won the favors' it Mrs M.S I O. Hoberlsoii's bridge ycsler.'iv U Ml I l] If i Mr. .1. 15. lligiiiliqthain is confined nine siln to bis lied with .i broken rib win h Mis I! s he sustained while enjoying some, ex Lr m son s tin .ercisc at flic Y.M.C.A. 1 Hod mounted over vellow satin "M's I SchL-pile blue cluCon I, second menu (he names on 11 Hi ile blue cliiilon draped t'io 1'sr of 10 Ilr tra-el lcls ltd bv me w C'T Mrs IJimonK-b-ick bllk with ]U J art D, M tred krd! i Viri 'us am Artbu lttid I w Ruth- ji-rFbrdTM Mintik M K. Kaake V ClbLollb M b Me W. S.i Tclvol ie S, MuGuIre Hii-khanr Lelhb.idgo Lduudiv to., Frank DIIIB Co J B S afford. Dr. sa in with chiFan ov Mi Buy -te Best when your nc When J3 you buy fable 1 "or your homo. Mrs. ,1. Morgan, who received i lenlay for the .first lime Oiis i welcomed many callers during the late afternoon.' The drawing. 100111 fink I M" H D Mi h H Ma doweled chit ion mcr white satin AIiss col cm c Ball I ros i c! i McNllh C H onus K D. John- V s J Mel ta Vnhui- Hayr, J i Sim con V J A pstrong, A. II McKlIlon Hiek-Selil Co., and'the i1 Dun1- Lo Even thing points to the ladies o the Isurslng Mission meeting with sue ce-s at the concert to be then in Ih Majestic, theatio on Ihursdiy even "SUftrflatethal Quality and beauty of y both assured, j. Made in the heaviest flwonderful' popularityf_ by --------v "-1C lltCCtlliy til Cb'nmVn i gree oi success as M s MUott, who tal, tistei of the hostess, who re- Uiss satin th lace Svill appear with thp ipimnn- i with her was in 5reen foulard "to- -1 cvchS ffi 'ed touches occasion will "e The iea table was centred with pink! Miss Marguerite Hramhan white I iaf pla'nW and white mums, and was presided i net over pale blue i TI ,i, Jamleson, over by Mrs. Hodson, while the tea 'liginbothain-Einbroidcrcd blue1 i "J hour dainties were passed hv Miss on white satin. j radeavor to en- Davy, another sister of the'hostess I :Uiss clilfton over p-lc of the Nursing and Mrs. E. H. Jackson. with pink rosebud trimm'nic i Miaslou rewarding the ladles with KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL for .BO.YS AND GIRLS C. Principal, Mrs. Chsrrinqton jj Fully Qualified Staff Terms for hoarders and day i scholars on application to I'riii- clpal. They Have Won Their Place Would AVIiite Swiln Yeast Cakes have such .in enormous sale In Canada if they d'ld not make the host bread? Your grocer sells White Swan Yeast wSt" Fl'eo allmple wtlte Swan Spices Cereals Limited Toronto, Ont. A Canadian Associated Press patch of today's date reporls: i__ chiHon s- at -St. .Margaret's, Westmln. stcr. Lady Evtlyn, the youngest daugh hivhlf ter of Karl Grey, cx-Governor-General! j, accessories. of Canada, was married to Lawrence' "Ct Jones, the eldest son of sir E Jones blue with pink rosebud trimming I "lt wuii Miss Downer-white chiffon" veilini a audteuco. Lieut-Governor duk satin. b Hulyea who has kindly consented to ar. ac' as patron of the concert, is bop- j Ing that the event will be liberally -.seat sale Is now book store. Over- coats Every innn when in need of n new Overcoat looks fortlic store where lie can secure'tho newest styles made from the most semceabJe and smart nm- teriaJs. We wish to assure yon that we have the very 'article .von arc in want of. Every eoat in the .II. B. Op. store is made froiri the highest grade tweeds iind iniule hy experts. As. much attention is given to the. small details that do not show as to those that are oh- vious. Rough Tweeds Men's High Grade Tiyeod Overcoats, made from Imported Scotch and English Tweeds, in single and double breasted stylet, aiso single breasted with Raglan sleeves, making a smart arid dressy overcoat. All sizes 1 Q Efl prices............. Black Vicunas Men's Black Vicuna and Beaver Cloth Overcoats single breasted, with silk velvet collar Fly fronts coat.1. CIO C 1 O Cft All sizes. Prices. C.OU 1 O.OU HUDSON'S BAY CO. THE STORE OF QUALITY _Of Interest to Women ot lllc same lone. i blue open at Kenny -a. Tba lover never sees personal re- In his mistress to her kindred or to Waldo Emerson. A woman elthes loves or bates; she kno'iv-s no Syrus. When Down-Town, you think of> tea. You think, of course of The Brown Betty Our Pimpernel Chocolates are making a name for them- selves. Ask to see them. At the Sign of the Tea Pot Ie, trimmed with cM lace, while the seven bridesmaids wore frocks of cream net and satin, with' blue rib- held the bride's train of sels lace. "Among the numerous presents were a silver lakaiand and candle- sticks from the Mlnto Skating niak; Ottawa; a grand piano, from Ottawa friends; a handsome clock, from Mrs Hcsmer, Montreal; n silver basket" from Mrs. Sanford, Hamilton; a silver mirror from Mrs. Charles Harriss- a cheque from Lord and Lady .Mount- Stephen.'" 'with a note of blue. with blackr McKillop-cerisc chiffon grey silk. Miss satin with Women have the genius of charity. r.dds to it her Wil i I'rfd Legouve. A woman writer in an eastern pa- j per says A famine oi attar ot roses is threa- tened by the Balkan conllict. The manufacturers of high-grade perfumes are at their wits end over the cut- ting off of the supplies of the most delicious, the most powerful and cost- ly of known perfumery substances. Prices have risen untj! the lady in her boudoir is' becoming frantic over i the additional charge for the indis- pcnsible .toilet..article. In minute quantities attar ol, roses is used in the high grade, perfumes' and the roses from which it-is.; dis- tilled are grown'by the peasants in the valleys of Bulgaria. Efforts to ,.get similar results in other countries i have failed. This makes the industry a Bulgarian monopoly. Bayers in London, Pans and New I York-have bought up all available supplies and the precious substance .is being carefully husbanded. Surely here is cause enough lor the women call for international .stoppage oi the altar-of-roses war, Not Surprising Mrs. daughter has folno touoh, Mrs. Morin'rlty." .Mrs; they do be tellln? me; an' sure 'tis no -for she loves the piauny an' nivcr tires of it; she. has a great taste for music, but thin that's only natural, for her gran- 'father bad his skull laid oneu a cornet at a timperance picnic." chiffon over Miss FIutton-Alicc blue chiffon on while satin foundation. Miss cbiiTon veilinc 'Icon- pink satin. b Miss Pound-pale blue eolienne. Miss Mott crimson "voile with touches oi black. Miss Anne chiffon dialed on rose 'satin. i Miss Kiha Smith-green eolienne1 B bandings of heavy lace. That the'inauguration'o'f a wint-r i series of dances by the fiethbrldtc' Ti Tennis club was a happy idea was iv, ,i 1'ool[ oi. i Proved by Hie, one held'last i 20th all Jin the S.O.E. hall, which was at-' Iu1ncllc' of Miss fl'j Mr. Arthur Pen- 'ston sorond Of Mrs. .Jones j The hall was dccoralci) with b "ig JUKI colorrd lights, which urn r r- j duced prettv softened effect H and of the late S. Sal- I The pntronesses were, Mrs I r Dcmcrara. :Dc A'elicr, Mrs. U. R p. Coiiv-rcirn'in was periormed by j Mrs. J. 0. Wilson and Mrs F "f (be Church oi Kngland. Mr. ami Mrs. .Jones left l.ni'n ror CaltTarv, I-'oster ilml fiirmerly of (lie Hank oi C'oi-i- inicrcc slaf-. Xnnlon. Socierjes I willnurt on Monday allerniuui. The wife who can bake good breud or pie a great Batls- faction ,n life. has thu to (ho Household stomach, and nan through Ills stomach she hw uleo He 'o happiness. But'the float must bn good. Mrs. .1. n. lirniiv cniertained llu- a OxK.nl dub iasl. evrn-'ne KJVO I tables were in jirs. w. M tlw I (In Tunsdiiy next, Jl.th insl., pt 'MaiT'i; Men's socirly ore i-o'ldiuc I iu-ir third drive and social I this tenmn, jn I'nity Hall. int wllisi, players are nsked lo nttnid rs as possiblf. so Ibat a slarlniav. made between and s o'clock'! I As usual, will he an cxcallciiii rausiciil and in niiovalici El T mr tJ OuK DEih J (MM SS IK j iiHUAl HAS STOOD THE TEST, TRY A SACK TODAY. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co, MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE. RAYMOND AND MAGHATH In. Arthur Rpid. who was in of Ihp .Journal booth at Knew. -M Poster the required j 'i 'f >A Ijiinmbre li'.ii Ruhsrritcrs the inMny Post. 1lie Ladies' llonu- .Jour-" nal and Cmmtry (icnllcman, and nc- icordlirely of iso K I by HIP comiinny, is jidi'e'l to Ibc of Hie. loi.il prji wr.'l up iivn-'jidfl. mi'cfiiu; of IV 1.1'lii's of Hard that you just eould not help looking at her? Certainly line t ohava such hair she will very likely reply "I use the appearance of their hair and have n use and recommend the Origimil Dandruff Gorm A SAMPLE BOTTLE AND READ THE BOOKLET "'Q WU1 to "I- ccnib In 01- sll lo cover cost of packing and mailing SEE THE COUPON 51.00, sold and guaranteed everywhere. Your money back if J. D. Co., Limited Special Agents HERPICIDE ASEPTIC TAR GOAP IS FINE FOR SHAM- POOING. THERE IS REAL COMFORT IN THE USE OF'A HERPICIDE: COMB. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST ABOUT THEM ;