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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta I Wednesday, November 2ft, 1913 THE DAILY HERALD Tage fl Make The Teapot Test Put "SALADA" TEA in a warm teapot-pour on freshly boiled water stand for five you will have the most delicious cup of tea you ever tasted. MILADI EDITED "INO- fHONEI Hcsicssc-s tomorrow: Mrs. B. Illll. Mrs. Henderson. Mrs. W. A. I'.ucianau, 1101, Fo'jrth Avenue Sojjlh. MrB. It. r. S02 Sixth Aie. Koutli. for tte first tlmo this season. MAS THE HAVOH! THE FRAGBANCEt THE DEUCIOUSNESS street South.' that makes Ceylon Tea the beverage of delight i T i i i f ir s'r. anil Mrs. H. F. Judson. Ctb St In sealed lead packages ONLY. isoaih. have, movej into suite 4, BUCK. EiUIM M- BIXED Bryan Block Tuesday next complimentary tc -Mrs. Stanley Klrkhaio, wno iravts shortly oa a trip east. s Tomorrow afternoon frm Oiyeeio jlx -Miss McKay win give a at the Brown IK-tly in aid of the j Nursing Mission, when It IE hoped all who caupossllily prescat. do so, be Pledge Support to Cause and Outline a Very Ambit-- ious Program Mvs.rllugli Scott was hostess of a t-haln lea in connection with Knoc church I-idics' Aid yesterday. RETAIL MERCHANTS MEET TONIGHT Mr. Clarke Reeve, who has been a guest with Mrs. T. K. .Stale, left for j j California this morning. v Mrs. Casey relurned to her home in'Madeod this afternoon alter visit- ing Mrs. T. E. Neale, and Mrs. J. D. For nursing mothers Na-Dru-Co Laxatives offer tue impcrlaut advant- age that they do not disturb the rest of the system or affect the child. 250. a box at your Druggist's. KiUml Dm uj Cl.mkJ at CtMAit. LioJW. 175 GET RID 01-IT GO GUT IT The Uelail Merchants assoc- iation meet tonight iti regular ialiou n-.cet tonight in regular session. The bylaws liave ar- rived and there is a "full pro- gram of exceptionally inlcrest- Ins business ou the docket. A full attendance is urged. fr a pronounced success and In every way a crc-.lit to the pastor and his hand of efficient workers. j i Mrs. Kosher ot vilte. Quo.. .j i Is a guest with Mrs. TX J. Hay. A Ai MFK. McN'eill wife or Judge E. McArthur ujjlerwenl an 'of Mncleod. arrived afternoon to; operation at the Gait Hospital yes- ReglnatO, the llule son of Mr. and spend Ives. a few days vvllli Mrg. W. C. lerday. Tlic little latkul Is as veil as can he expected. doing CHIEF HARDY'S PUPILS MADE GOOD SHOWING WERE ;.J Mrs. (Dr.) Cnldwell, o? Coutts. Is j the guest of her parents, Mr. tn? Mra. fi. J. Cooper, Found Avenue. Very enjoyable was the dance, the guest of her parents, Mr. j which was" held In Harper's hall last of Messrs. J-ong. Mitchell Har- ris. Twenty-five couple Irlppcd the light fantastic to excellent music mnieriMy prlc'ii. Hand Bags, Jewelryr Note-Paper, Burnt Leather Needle Cases' and Hilr In great variety. Quest Towels, Lace 2nd Hand-Embroidered Dollies, Centre- pieces, Tray, Lunch, and gunner Cloths, in Pure tpeclilly; displayed for Chritimat shoppers. Hudson's Bay Co. ;