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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November 26, THE LEJ HJUUUGE UAiLtf SURE PURE THE KIND THAT PLEASE THE PEOPLE! KNOWN MiDiUM PRICED BAKIKfi POWDER MADE IN CAN ADA THAT DOES NOTCON1AINALUM MADE IN CANADA. GILLETT CO. LTD TORONTO, ONt. CHURCH SERVICES fchurch of .Jesus Christ of Latter pay 2.30 -p. i choral evensong 8 p.m. Holy Coin-, munion "will be celebrated on the sec- ond Sunday of each month at 9.30 -me festival of All Saints will be ob- served at the: evening service tomor- Church of Chritt Will hold service tomorrow at-11 a.m, and 7.30 p.m. on second floor of Royal Bank. Ancient arid'Modern .Necromancy, alias Mesmerism ana Hypnotism" Denounced. Next Wednea- y'jday testimonial. meeting will. be. held fih the same building.at; eight.p.m. St. massi.atJS a.m. with-communion. Children's mass at.9.30 a.m, High mass at ll.a-m. Sunday school at p.m. Evening service at 7.30 p.m. Tb. C. T. U. meet every first and third Sun day-at 4 p.m; in the basement" of th I convent The Ladies" Altar Sccietj meets every second Sunday in "th month at 4 p.mrin the convent. Knox Church day services: Morning at 11, Rev. F Anderson, M.A., secretary of Pres EOiTKO "UNO" PHONE m. .in Caledonian 'sireet. byterian Laymen's---Missionary 'Move .German Evangelical {vices -will jbe held aC.710 Bailey street, -North. -Lethbridge. >The services wilj- .oegin at'10.30, conducted by Rev. o. A: Groth. .j St. Augustin's Holy Seventh ment.- Evening at-7.30, Rev. (jorrton. S.D. JBi-ble 'class at 12. ;Sun day sehooPat 3; On Monday, evening, -Nov. 2S, the speaker will-be R. p.' MacKay, general secretary 'of the eiiurcn-s foreign mission committee. AJi cordially" welcome. -Music as 'fol- lows: 'Morning anthenv''Q Be Joyful' with sermon School p.m. Evening sermon, '7.30, p.ia; (Holy CJommunlon-at 11 :a; all members of the Schoot are-requested at- tend .tomorrow, as parts can- tata will be St. Cypriati's 'hrancli A..Y.P.A. will, meet for .a evening Monday; 28th" inst.f at'the home oi Sixth. .rer a" weil- ..._ ;Miss'l Bessie. vPatteson's intimate friends ..assisted .in celebrating her birthday.- last ravening, as the guests Pattcsbm. Several..: jelly" _ of. euchre were played the young "folk' at four' tables, and in the reception hall a- ''little group Of Miss JPat-teson's ;friettds. formed. a table' Vrooman was; award- ted, tiie bridge rarer, a- dainty little jewel case. Miss 'Hatch, and Mr. Rob-" cap euchre honor fay- ;drs, and gifts "wiere Miss "Freeman- -and -Mr. An- served 'at the card tables- in th-e course- of the -even-- .....iffl--. was Mr. ..J... _ treated .to a deligh'tful and wholly 'un- expected evening, ivhen he went on an errand to" the Parish Hall. Behind the' curtain on the plat- form --thirty-five -of the Adult Bible class were hidden and as lie en- tered they sang, he's a jollv good felloTC. v ,Thfi surprise was plan- ned in .qf.j.the rector's .birthday evening was m'errily spent playing games and puzzling over an inciting -advertising- "'contest. The .arge 'room had been made "inore home ike with 'the aid of several easy BEAT HAMILTON TIGERS Toronto Now the ons of Canada :tin .receiyed -at 'our 5; Tig-. .Second- 1 rugs and tables, and a (juan- Third Varsity 1: Tigers '2: Fourth quarter Varsity 4 Tigers 5. Final' Tarsity 16; .Tigers 7. Alfonso of Spaiii will arrive here this afternoon -undergo at, the.' hands of the celebrated speciilifiC', is rumored op- "on' "th'e may ibe necesssary.'; '.'C' Condition Critical ,yiafFeiidays, Kittg' AtCorifipiis via' a. far> more critical of -health, .than ris; known, is cated by, his .i'orried'-. 1triprea Glean Dainty d" an Sweet Gil more 2ndAve.AISTortti Phone INCREASED SALARIES: _ i.-' t FOR SANK CLERKS I Nov' announce- ment was 'made'that the-Baini of real clerks are'fto receive'aii- increase of from ?2QO.: upwards iaccpfdiiig: the "creased: cost of Jo'." J., Nov. iiuu duiuiKis, ana a quail-i persons are reported -dead in a fire in tity ;pf fragrant and white! the factory, of the-Newark: Paper Box carnations and ferns. ,The pr-atty 'today. AIL-hour jller the prizes for the ones who in .the short- fires started, eleven .bodies had. been >STf "timp tairpn frnm 'hllilriiflir. .-all the names j.o'E th'e picture advertisements -were Miss Lena Stewart "and Ivan Glayzer. After -the appetizing -re- freshments had been, served' at small 'tables and the large. and gayly decor- 1 .ated birthday cake cut and. Mr. pDunsfield, president of the class, in t-heir- name, presented Mr. iu.urreii- i Wright with a handsome Early Eng- lish study table, accompanied by an address.-..Mr. Murrell-Wright heartily :thanked the class their most ac- cepitable, gift, and their kindness in providing such- a thoroughly pleasant and evening. The gathering broke up at a late' hour with the f jests singing "Auld Lang VE8." all -victims were young women.- Scoris of employees are said to have been jure'd. in- Captain J. B. Foote, for many years in charge.'oi the steamer Hur- onic, has Seen appointed surveyor of House" was en fete afternoon when Mrs. Down- er and "the Parish Auxiliary of S' Cyprian's church hospital! v; to a great many visitors. The ing and-reception rooms were with crimson carnations and pink and -white chrysanthemums. The guests were met in the reception hall 'by Mrs. Downer, Mrs. B. A. Simpson Joseph Morgan then usher- ed by Mrs. Hayr, to the "den" where ah irCCepLcwble cup tea, accompanied by tea hour dainties was deftly serv- es! by Miss Gladys Downer, Miss Hel- en Mewburn and Miss, Elaine Cony- beare. The large dancing room oa the third floor hart been converted in- to a busy where the inmates of- the gayly decked booths were car- rying on a flourishing business. Mrs. Young and Scott were in charge of the home-made sweets table. At the well supplied and tempting pan- try stall were found krs. Depew and, Mrs. Woods. Mrs. Boyd sold'the num erous dainty handkerchiefs, and Kctscsj, Mrs. Router and. Mrs. Can- ning were kept busy every minute at- the fancy work boo'th. The' proceeds splendid considering rhe mcie- ment weather, they amounted to CLUBS AND SOCIETIES On Wednesday evening next the and Maids of England will old a whist parly in the Oddfellows ali for the benefit of the Needy "Sick "und. Everyone is invited to aft-end .nd a pleasant evening is assured, 'he'prizes, which are most worthy of been donated by sever- 1 of the city merchants. Ar. excel fen t 11 ler.ar.v- programme as been planned for the entertain- ment in ttiw B.Y.r.U. on Monday ev- ening. 'There will be readings from McLaren, with and instrumental numbers.- The V-young people of the city uo-t members the port-of Toronto-for the British .corporation for the registry of ship- ping. The ola> old story, told times with- jt number and. repeated over and ver again for the last years, but it always a welcome story to those in is nothing in the world that cures coughs and colds quickly as Chamberlain's Cougb Sold by all druggists. THE CROSBY SHOE STORE is lutted with felts A large shipment of Christmas Goods has just arrived at Hie above store. Come early: and get your choice. Remember- last goods were sold out two weeks before Christmas 815 Redpath door to Mfes Tilney, Milliner Opposite Doctor Mewbtmr's Look at our tempt- ing window display of ladies' Eomeo Slippers in red. gray, green, purple, ruby and plaids. Your choice for Others from Boys' and Girls' Short- Rubber Boots in pebble or plain from up according to size Absolutely all new goods, Percy Crosby, pr0p 114 Round St. Clearance Sale of l this season's stock; the newest Styles in every detail Trimmed Hats from up, Veilings and Hair Goods Clearance Prices. Lethbridge Millinery Co. L. A. Scott, Manager 514 St. Lethbridge ;