Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday, Xovwnber 2" THE h >cteT> ATLY HER ALP: PROCLAMATION Give ear nil ye who buy Christmas goods, to the shul tidiiig's that Smith's little store is big with goods for tho Holiday trade. The Imsiost season has entered- upon ils Eleventh Hour. wise and buy early, that you.may.not, be disappointed in getting.what y.ou clrsire, by delay. We will have something new every day from now-nntil Christmas. Heaven isn't a place it is a l.anjlcy Hoshcr. They Kin who (ell us l.ovc can die Ils holy Name for ever burneth; From Heaven il came, to Heaven Vc- ttlrneth Too oil. un Karlh a troubled Rucsl, M times dirct-iv'il, at limes oppress il, II: here is tried and purified, Then Heaven hath ils perfect rest; It soweth here ivith toil and care llllt the harvest time of, Love there. Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. T. K. Ncalc. guslin's church next Sunday nioniin anil in St. Cyprian's in the cveniuK joint meeting of tlie mananis anil session, of Knox elmreh will ho held In the vestry on Wednesday filing at S The I'Allsh Auxiliary oi St. nn's church will inert on Thursdu allcrnoon, when all articles left from the recent bazaar will lie sold. Te.i Is'will lie served during the afternoon. The- Women's Missionary Auxilui oi .Wesley church will hold their refcu lar meetiiiK on Thursday next at 3 30 o'clock. All the ladies ol the con are invited to lie present Mr. Miles Dciinison, who was a week-end visitor in the city, to day for KdnionUm. St. Monica's Guild oi St. tin's church will meet tomorrow if iernoon, when a IWRC attendance day lor i icrnoon, wnen a Especially urged, as final preparations. A very charming el Mrs. Dickie, of Cardston, who was lor the bazaar on in ,his model a Riiest with Mrs. .1. M- AilBcn, re- 3rd. atlon of black lace w turned home on Saturday. etl pattern and Iv Miss .lean L'rch, o! Monarch, is the Attest oi Miss Bilra Smith, Glen Tower. Mr. Sialker on Business Bent Neil' M tho Grassy Lake beep is in the clty'loday. Funeral of the Late J. H. Cheney All members ot Shettinah (Jliapt-r, 158, H.A.M., are retiuestaii to at- tend the Mafionlc funeral service over the remains of their late Companion J H Cheney, at the Masonic Hall to- morrow afternoon, at 1.30 p.m. clothed aa R. A. Masons. The late Mr. Cheney s one of the principal officers ot Sheltinllh Chapter, and a member of Masonic lodge in the States. Rev. Kndicott, one of the stronecsl. missionary workers in the foreign Held, will give an address in Wesley church on Thursday cvcnina next. Dr. Kndicott. Miss l.ucilc Kckslorm and her mand throughout the west and _- i roiiiriifil .io fnH nnatc BLACK UACE charming effect IE obtained by the combln- .'ith a defin- ed lead paftcrn and ivory charmese. No "moving picture show" can equal jy evening thought-show, great de-j singuiar that a creature. Miss lucilc Fckslorm and her amu, niand tnrougnoui me wi-sl and j power-like this should get j Airs To'le of Seattle, have returned is fortunate in securing him. and siRh for something, ironi -i visit in Edmonton. Thursday evening, when all are to Mm J Is.it .not curious that j invited to hear his address. we so to be left alone with our j _' thoughts complain of being left j mint; iu Tomorrow afternoon at Hev. magician, miracle-' sister Mrs. E. Frey.'Dr: Shearer, of Toronto, secretary o citie-matograph, phonograph visit ttith nu sistu, ihe dspBrtment. ot service, will and wilJMll i It must lethal for some lime. iaditress a meeting of women in Knox js jngrbund .in human na- 'church. At he will address Mrs 11 Clelland, ot Windcmrre, ar rived in the city this morning UllUlLU. M r Miss Cowan, ol Rosefcans, .mcn's meeting, when supper will he Vorid for December, was the raison d'etre oi this afternoon. mceng, at 8 o'clock lie will ad- in- be assisted i to which the public are I vitcil. Dr. Shearer will aso.a Rev -I S- Woodsworlh, of All jir. Dingle, a Calgary layman. People's Mission, Winnipeg, who dc-j livcred two able sermons in list ol twenty-live names ster n cirarch yesterday, leit for .t. onton this morning. Miss Annie IJuller, daughti-r oi ?lr.. e of subscribers to the traveller's aid Fund is composed of the lol'.owmg Clarke Co., Red Cross Drug Hook Co., and Opening Offices Abroad It no doubt be interesting news to local business men that the Bri- tish Canadian Trust and Guarantee Co., of this city, have opened up an igency at-58 Frederick burgh) Scotland, lind that they are al- so negotiating at present for the op- ening ot an agency In London, fine- mnd; with'a' strong-hoard' 'London busiess me. ,nd Mrs rlutlcr was taken to the Co., :A. K- Morris, W: H. Dobbin, J. hospital Yesterday, where she f lieid, .Lloyd and Bmne Dr. L. went in operation this Mason, Palmer and Lewis, H. M. The operation is reported as .very Duff successful. jwikic; W Mrs. Frank George, of Maclcod, E. who is a house guest with. Mrs. ;r.; p I- M. Camphell, M or H FUR WRAP FOR EVENING WEAR Of mole fur, with deep cuffs and hem of velvet the same color. Collar oi Oliver fox. Our1 City Will' Do "Lethbridgo always did look good n'me, and-I think the moiirent the j. T. P. makes its entrance -thtve will je nothir.S to hold you This vas the expressed to the Her- by A. B. Wright, a well-known fl- lancial agent of .Toronto, Who was in the city last night for a'few hours on his way to the East from an es- dad'trip to the coast. 119 reailie how cKT TJie fid tlaat.vre put I meata and bread, and i shows tlie importance of salt.' T SHE SAID-'W arc aadnogne comrt niaKt there any better salL iu the Wl tliao ray old Standby nuch salt ill on nil ml cheese HE WAS BROKEN-HEARTED Saskatoon, Nov. ed-becaus9-he-had-lieapd that his wift in EnglaJlil had-becn unfaitlilul tabiiu. lohu B Burgess, roglme'ntal sc-rgeaiu men, Thoughts Make Character To lie religious, let religious ideas and images -be entertained constantly n tho miwl. To become brutal, low and sensual, keep letting such, mlnd- ifetures show on your mental cinema. I'o make money, think money. To be generally..despised, cultiyate self-de- splstng thoughts. And so on. .Yon can notice this in .other .people. Every person is attended by his 'body- guard of thoughts, as a king is sur- rounded by his courtiers, or a general by Ills staff. Observe your acquaint- ances. Take .Miss Aye, a sullen, sen- sitive, sour girl, always looking for offence; site has few friends because she iias. few friend-thoughts; when she. enters the room you can almost hear ..wasp-thoughts in her head. Emma Bee, on the other hands, ________ LadiesVPurs Two reasons why it pays to buy Furs at this store We being the largest fur-tra- .ding company in trie world, obtain at first cost the choicfe of all the sea- son's pelts We .have'a reputation of almost 250 years honesfc .and straight-forward dealing in furs, and realizing the great value of we never, allow any furs trf be mis-represented to a prospective purchaser ThinlCvifc o veil and b'uy here. Mink Sets Mink Purs made from choice selected pcltl 111 various TheBlmped Tbrow being the most popular. C35.Q0 Price and up Also Muffs 'to match, up. Hudson's Seal and Alaska Sable vS Sfot meetings In' never meets yon bill you feel the fore IL -__ -ii, t iri n HI mi MI nf ohfier. run. 1 ainrt 'i weeks series 01 "i F Mrs Ili-rt Cummins, ol Calgarv.cn- .in co-0pBralion Ihe thoughts of cheei, ,er 10M1 I on Thursday afternoon for Ijepartment of j nathy and goodness f yms her house who left aml Mor'aVneform. .Saturday for her home in Sault n lnosi helpful and instructive Marie. Mrs. Neil McLachlan presided in interests oi "Our at the drawing room tea table. Sirs. nnd jien and Their l.nc Cuniming was assisted by her sister, T.'.lill. Alf.l Mflllnil. fun, _ about like butterflies lu her mind. In the cold eye of that old curmud- geon, 'JMr.. Gee, you read money- thoughts, trap-thoughts and grab- thoughils. I-n young Dee you can easily 'discern in Fusiliers, sent a bullet j crashing into hia'-brain .porno tiffi' bloomin early morriing. Ills Hfe-JIiss less .body was found In-his shack on Ivenuo "G in- the police, who had sv blossoms been summoned by .11. J. Sticklaml. his' iiartner, "to- fi-nd'out why'he had not been at tho butcher store, which the two jointly conducted on Twen- tieth street West. in Winnipeg en Wriiilit, is calling n meeting ol that i organization for Wednesday evening.- I Tiiis is 'he association connccl- .v.-Hh the where-the whole' pansii-s in November. to spend a iew roulc home. lusury. yet :t mu" .v.- I e i-.n.-, rall tngcUicr for mutual H is not a man or woman you ar meeting; it is a You yoursslf are hut a thought-nu- cleus. 'Consequently there is nothing in this world .you can learn that, will conduce more to your happiness and fancy silk braid. Muffs' t.o match, Paw, in all prices. TO SEE IS TO BUY Hudson's Bay Co. from within, and nbt'-to" have it shap- ed by the hazard from without. saW Marcus Is what'our thought makes and tho appeal of Holy Writ-is, "Let- the un; righteous man forsaKe hli'thougbt. Frank Crane In Woman's World for December l.ii. LUIIUltur; i..u. v. .u j-..... ,._, ihiuielil and pnd it is hop-j u hw to Ch00se and reject in various city gardens, (h..t imnilicl.s v.in ,.c hl at. _._.... i-'li'venth M Wednesday's meeting. rv. iionrim-l of twcntv-four pan- Makes Sweet, Wholesome Bread Women write that the yeast.they've uaoil makes sour bread, hut White SWan Yeast Cakes makes hread sweet, light and wholesome. Sold hy livo grocers C cnkes for 5c. Get free sam- ple from Wlllto Swan Spices Cer- eals, Limited. Toronto, Ont. E thoughts, ho'w to "make some youi familiars and how to keep others.out si'Je the door. And lot me tell you something deep, or yet; your thousht-goodyiess and TMK WOXDF.HS OF THOUGHT your thought-sin mean even more to Th'-n- is one source oi pleasure you than your o-.ilw.m1 doeds. A sm i us 11 is always with committed is bad enough, but bj OF Interest, to Women 'how manv I" details of the damcc. IS MADE WITH ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR It Is the housewife's delight and when once tried Is always used, A 1IOOSTKR isoe Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND MAORATH ,s sent out! ilachplors to their dance on i-re L'Oir.inu; iu- 1 M-ouiil like or regrets, sent in aKvnVS "on tap. e'it wuu'.il save us .in many ways. I r i-iei-n rnf-'s i.wnvtiinugliis. i How much enjoyment do I von i'cl frntn your, (iwii t.hpughts-; As Vrs r. F P. of you .not in.'-.the was at home formally on of them? tor the first vol, leit to.youv. rp- ,is nutiimn wHconicd many .visitors ,irt, borcd, .wrelched iirin'.' the t'wiliuhl hours: fair, 'you, 'ajlpKfiate Thr" ilrawins rooms were rficctivcly u, Hie old verse ol 1-.il- dorned with of .chrysan-. lu-inumo ot various colors. inind to me The il'i'nty viamls were passed hy! Miss Khiiic CoiiVheare, who was it ;1u othp'r ibliss- sisled by Miss (liadys Downer. Thiit'earlh iifiords kind. v P oi St I'vprian's pli-nty of advice upon how us talk awluli' on how to exicnsivc is the.. Ulouyiit- ,-pa'lin Th.- .-inl'ii-e ol Great Britain "upon which the sun never sets, .is a .small spot compared to it. Kn.r inv l-lioupht- rmbracc not only this u-orld hu'l tin- star-worlds, they roam Victims of'Maiden- hall TragedylFound (Continued from- front would barely hold three perrons .with- out shipping walor, -When- .Jensen When Oovyn.Town, you think. of tea. You think, of i The Brown Betty Our .Pimpernel Chocolates are making a name for them- selves. Auk to see them. At the Slin of tht stopped at.lr.16. Thty tipped out of the boat at Tlwii faces showed that they bad died flgit- inB to get to shore and had only. gtT- left Ui-m thei- were w "I' a depth of the water where the aml.diiln.t is only four fett- were pnK- am.. s ony o te" f teir of -.'drowning. was thirty feet nearer the shote tM sff iiursed Hie mind poison the whole character. If you can only sit and think of kindliest courage.-and beauty, you arc doing much to help along the ''NC 'thought, is ever lost. The dye of feet, from "the shor.-. The first body at three o cloc M3 guns i, stains the mind. peculiar thins is Hut when U enej 1ai recov e c A love-lhought without the dead Is Rm, Tlirmr saw .Icnscu ROinp opiinBi. i i.n of did MUcr than a love-deed that is called him to conio cue part; n u b )ook Vou duT nlHaPpt thouSht, i w iSa ''saviuB his llle. Uhe bodies." born of (bought. Thoughts arc things, thoughts. The world is I earn to deal with thong! realiti'M, ..nil so to mold A Soil Healthy Skin The Snnda, school of churel, will hold ihrir fhristinas cutciU m- nu-iit on the eveniiifi "I Monday, net. 23rd. All youns ladies oi the YOUIIR l.a.l- ics' c'hiss are asked to meet witn ull. Mrs f K. liramlow, lillli .Tenth ami liell. llwj' "rc evening at I'ifiht o'clock iliu.icnt Ilnnn ami shiirp !crn-Chicaso. jliiw and supple they ari' Kpworlh o, can W 'in Use Baby's Own Soap. It's "Best for Baby for iu.ld the hoards. and present menu nolhinB ilKiugiiis. Mlrs., SOAPS, LIMITED, JIONTREAL. "Absolutely vegetable oils made fragrant by flower extracts, which help the skin, make Baby's Own Soap the best for toilet and nursery use. Its fragrant, creamy lather delights all. 5-W IIP I The Ladies' Aid of Wesley church Xnw nijnK of the will inci'l. on Wi'dncsday -afternoon, i of man. existed, j when Ihr hostesses will he Mrs. K. H--; mp (ilf.jr tt.jlws, now Luciii'r i.iiis Mitchell and Mrs. Houston. [rpm llcavcn 'pit, now Alexander's the M.S.f. Irampj ..ir.i.'i-.'............. An- Wel.'s Ironsides march into London.