Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
ay. Xovetnlwr 25, DHL TTTF LETHBRIDGE'DAILY IIERALD Page IT I COWAN'S PERFECTION Cowan's seems to hit the right spot. It is a grreat food for husky young' ath- letes satisfies the appetite: easy to digest: and delicious I Li- Oll (iod ul his ami Inist him lo make His lluslcsscs on Momlay Mrs. W. .1. Ambrose. Mrs. A. and Mrs. ,1 j Tulior, for Lilt; first liino since coining lo ul Mrs. TalKir's liouic, 12111 Kll'lll Avp., S. Unit if IK tin1 nrKi i INK; NIICI iroiit to .she was welcomed by ahout fill Calgary's matrons, :it hcc home, .'11 avenue west. She reuoivi-d in a gown of tnodis no .silk, Oriental trimming an A Dalicious Reasoning HOLBROOKS a of I'atltly grccu. SAUCE Imported Absolutely endani'c last evening, there was ;l good- attendance at the meeting of the Uanadian-American chili at the Y. Wash That Itch Miss iUcAnmu arrived in Hie city and Uic winter here.. of Kiuisas City, l spenil 1 HS ninny [riciiils will lie sorry learn IhaL Mr; M- Kllon is with typhoid fever. over with plumed picture hat laud Miss MrPcrinid, in black sil i> with black velvet Pink 'mums' and ferns were use in (ho drawing room and the te table was done with pink carnation Mr. .lames Dull, of I trucks, handsome vase, on a 'ace centre is a Kiient for a short time with his j Herald, mother, .Mrs. J. Duff, London Road. Mrs. W. Hattlic invited a fin Mrs. of New York, has few friends last evening to meet .Mis arrived in the city nnil will spend the j .winter with her brother, Mr. C. R.I manager of -the Merchants .Mrs. .1. S. Jones, of High River, who has linen spending spine time st of her parents, Mr. and iV.rs. L. I-lardie, will return home on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rhodes, of .eMmridge, wlio were married .there lliis iveck, are spniuling a few days in the cily, guests at Hruumai' Calgary Herald., ('ar.swell, who is a guest with Mrs C. McKillop. .Smart floral appointments earned out in pink and white cania lions. Three tables of euchre made up, the fortunate prize winner being Miss Freeman and iMr. Mrs. T. S. Ketrterly was ai to 11. large numlier of callers yester day afternoon, the occasion being, be. first receiving of the season. Carnations of the. pink and white ......'varieties were liberally in JThe hostess wore a smart, costume o I him: Venetian cloth. I Mrs. O. .1. Courticc, who assisted The celelmiled Father Hern ird! was prettily gowned in green sill Vuiijrhan is coming out, from 'England, j "f'Ul lilt'Se u'Ilitc hat, ...id will lecture at heginiiing ot i Hie month ;il Lorctio Abbey J'1 spite oi a disagreeable wind im X-.-ws. storm many friemit took the oppor i.tunity to visit with Mrs. G. Mot] Germany co-operative j Mr. aml Mrs. w. w, of j yestentay afternoon, when .she wa i berry, announce "the cngago- at home formally for the first timi t jmciti of the.ir daughter, Hazel Mnr-jthls fall. to Robert. Y. Katon, oi 'Tor-1 Clusters oi' feathery mauve 'mums ocieties. 0X0 A beef extract for Drinks, Soups, Gravies, Stews, and an Excellent Beverage for In- valids. Now being demonstrated at Bently Co., Ltd. To TIuvElectoVK oi the City Having at the reQiiesi. of many rate- payers, decided to offer myself as a candidate for school trustee at the coming, election, I respectfully solicit vote and influence. If elected Ij'City will discharge the duties of the posi-jjng tion to the best of my ability. W. ..I. i I hc-au Lifted the drawing rooms, whtlf the dining room was done pin and whiie carnations. The hostess received at the trance to the' drawing room, and was wearing a striking costume of mis' blue savin cloth. Miss McAnany, recently of ICansa; with the hostess, wear- n blue silk with cre'io chen. A Saturday Special Your choice of either of these Electric Irons at each [with dcwdrop chiffon trinmiingi, Airs. Frank HedK-y, who assisted ;hail donned a sage green i I chenc gown' and black- picture hat. Master Clifford Moth proved very his mother's-guest: Miss Jtegin, ai' Maple (.'reek, -who is a house guest with Miss Gladys Downer, Westminster Road, was the honor at a delightful tea hour function, of which Miss Dora Rog- ers was hostesss yesterday afternoon. Lovely effects were achieved by (jiumtitie.s Of crimson carnations.' Tho changing hostess wore a tinctive Ejown of hand painted chiffon mounted on 'pinu satin. Miss Begin, in courtesy to whom the affair was arranged, was wear-' ing a picturesque gown of green ve-1- j vet and handsome mink chapeau. j Mrs. C. M. Arnold, who was daint- i ly robed in white with smart tionch? j es of pink, presided -over the" lea, jcqinppage and Miss Macbeth, attrac-- Live in champagne voile and black( and white picture hat, did the hon- j ors of cutting the ices. Miss Klaine Conybcaro in black yeN vet. with blue edgings, assisted i (he tea room. Included in the guest list worn Mrs. C. R. Young, Mrs. Henry viu, Mr. W. R. Dobbin. Mr. Ross aiid Mr. A. Hazelfon, was appointed to make arrangements tor a Thanksgiv- ing dinner on November 30th, the American Thanksgiving. The committee met this afternoon and .something elaborate in the of a dinner is promised. Nothing was -decided' on last with regard to the eniertoni- ncnl-K, hut a special meeting will be called in the near future 10 .irranjiv 'or a serins of enjoyable affairs ilur- ing the season. Mrs. C. "Cqnyhearp and the Misses Hawdcn, Ott, Xiblock, Hatch md Barassin visited the ffalt Ihus- )ital yesterday on of ..the. Blower Mission and distributed boit-.- ot asters and snapdragon. The Art, Needie-w'orJc club meet; with Mrs. William Scott, will 1215 erin St., on Monday -afternoon at A Ciooil'-'Cilizenalifp-'inecting ot Hi? IVcsloy Epwortlr lie'aguo will be lipld- on Monday, fQvoiiing; wliuii -Mr. Wray. Andrews willcotcnpybtlhe ullnir. Rev. W. 'l Coaldale, vil! deliver an addtess! With the Editor A Tea Room for Lethbridge I have so often noticed the need of cosy tea room in Lethbridge, and lave, wondered why some, .wise anil iscerning woman or group of eHer- etic, girls have not started one. .For some people it is a long walk 0 town, and after an afternoon's hopping, it would be such a rest be- ofe starting for home to drop into cosy little room, have a good cup f tea and hot ton at served in a ainty wa'y, and most probably meet omc cong'eniiil friend to chat, with, 'hy, one would soon forget that Mr- 1 feeling, and be "fresh and energet- to start homo. And then wha-t a bonanza for the oiing; people. There is reiUly no !acc where a young fellow can take girl for a. cup of Lea. ami feel per ictly satisfied. One doesn't want how men will, perhaps, at first scorn such an litea as visiting a tea room and in the end will become perfect devotees. Just between you and me they enjoy a dish oC gossip as much I Duly wish I had the time myself to take up this project. At. one time it was a darling idea wi-th me; but other tilings have intervened, and nn own little-Wa room is a tiling o'l the past; but here's success to-the man- ager of the teapot'inn, that is to Contributed, y With regard to the meaningless which a great many women kiss each oth'jr, almost every time they meet, surely something might ho said These perfunctory salul-es are fie positively distasteful to thosu, who., are forced 1o receive them. one is deceived them, least of ali Lhft one receiving thein, for she would express real moaning. Kissrs should be left for lovers, though even here they sometimes nlivrk treachery ratlier than fidelity. truaciicry tminiks irom j w calling or eon-mi aiid savors- of that" greatest, of 'all 1'iiown examples oi' treachery, when the despised Judas betrayed Friend and Master with a kiss. his THE WEATHER Winnipeg-, Nov. we report for today is as follows; I druonton clqudi Lilian clcaj jOT 1 ethbudge cloiulv Medicine Hat clauth L" Battlefoid i nr 4 Ounent JS Tslr and mild has .been genei al over jthe prairie mcei. especially In Alberta i J orecaat all mo and eiafe and on Sunday If your dmgfftet told you that you, could simply -wash away itchy tho verj firse. drops 'of''.a waaii, would.'glye you instant, relief, It! would seem too good to be true; wouldn't it: Rut it. la true, every word. We keep' ou hand ;a '.supply of such a liquid known as the D. D. D. for Eczema, because w'e know that this wonderful compound of Oil of Win- tergreeu, Thymol and other ingredi- ent actually does wash away Eonema land all oth-sr skin li jcjeirs the comploxion over lUgbt and the ikin is healthj and smooth. [as that.of a-cbllti. j could uot recommend D D D so pcaithely unless knew of the wonderful cures wrought by vlbls remedy., vouch for the merits1 of Arnold and the .Misses itagiu, Downer, Cavamih, V'rooman, Fane; iiVrcCausland (St.. Freeman, Conyhearn, 1 latcli, N'eale, llastie (jAIaple iMcLeod, Anne Pa tie- son, Ifarslonn Mewhurn, Niblock (Medicine and .Jessie Macbeth. i Both irons are guaranteed for 7 one year Price is Only For Saturday Stafiord-Agnew Go. "If you live our can cei tftin fiom that awful ttcb 3011 doiFt need to suffer mother day Wtah Uftaj all your Bkln troubles v.Jih D D D and then keep join skin in peiEeci condition with tXDJJ Soap. Let tell .iodut thu ft onderfnl reined) ot n D D D Laboratories Dept L H 4') folborne St Toronto and jfetr their ficc tiiol oottle Lope bridge. total of JJ'SJiv in douatiopti nnd, 000 in still e benefits has be.nn paid by -Uic international union-.-of iLwei v (hiring the last 'ear. Asthma Catarrh WHOOPING COUCH CROUP MONCH1TI1 COUGHS COLDS A ind tKtrihe (ronliJai, wiUftiut dMintc (ha item dniM. UMC) with HDCCBM fir thirty ye Tfw rcmlsrcd flrnnrlj antlwrlie. ir.lt ftli ever; breMlh, thro.il, nni! tlofii Creamena tt mvniunblo to younic c AtlEuni. Send uf posttl for AI.L DRUGSUTS Hudson's Bay Co- Yon will soon old friends and n i ouiid the Vonr one wisli ill lio lo oivc your fi icncK ,1 riohfc hearty coinc. Tnhln 'will" prosent a much moro tlvo npponriinco.ir aid one of those new' Limoges .Dinner 8ots.which wo are now showig. V Kciil Linioyes Set A complete service for 12 persona In neat, edge pattcru und gold, of live rnmoiiK Limoges China, nothing to equal thin has ever tieen seen In Lothbrlclgc before at.......................Wfl.QO 'j'lic Famous BJeii Koi service of fl7 nleccfi in Mualtln's will known Blue de IIol, nil porfoeL goods with china cups and saucers too; tho regular urico for Uiw set is SSn.OO. A Set for Mow is in acl! a complete 87-piece set iii a nciit, ar- tistic Diiltern on n nufe wlillo liotly for JS.OO? Tho secret Is in tin- Inirlnc: wo buy these erales very Inrgely, direct from the English potterlss, and Ihus by saving all Intermediate profit, we nro enabled to nlflco these fieta on the market at a little over the Dottorles price. Besides holding an cxfcjisivc stock of coin- plete Diniipr we also have .a large mtm- lier of Opon Stock .Putterns. From this slock-yon may select a .Dinner Set of your own -mid pieces that never he used.