Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday, 27, MM I. THE LETHBKIPGE DAILY HERALD D? PRICES BAKING plraER Greatest aid to home baking Makes the cake, biscuits and hot-breads ol superior flavor and healthlulness. Absolutely frao from alum other injurious munmtanoos. OIASRMENOF THE COMMITTEES man tips. In ono New York iiotel a eon-tractor pays the management ov- er ten 'thousand dollars annually for the privilege of receiving, tho guests' hats, coats, cnnos, etc., as the enter, tho grills and dining rooms. The tips received IMS" the salaries ot tho help employed by the contractor, tho ten Ottawa, Nov. 2 ;i u. mggo, 1.eutal, and allow change in the, standing committee lMrg.m for ,u ,sr'ge aimlml the new parliament will be in conllcc" on tho investment; Sixty to tioii with the railway coniiiiittee are received in this ho- wliich in the last parliament included iu on days the all hut sixteen members of the house. gQ ,1S as two hundred dollars U will probably'bo'reduced to one olllor NOW York hotels waiters pay hundred memiiurs or less. and one hundred dollars to Owing to the change of government: the management tot. the privilege ol tlir-re will, of course, be a complete being .allowed to work without anj change in (he membership of the wages whatever, for ten hours daily. mlllees. The chairmanship of the Tin, tips, uijority of the committees has been majority ol tile cominiiicin, naa in-cn wortll wh elected by the Conservative whips as evil lias grown t ,liows II, Railways, and o reulncc, Hugh, fiiftlirrf; Hank _ pi [iown by the1 Cormnerctal-Tin- E, A.': Maine's, vice II.' 1-1. league is one of which tire ma- liller I'rivatd Hills, Crockett Jorjty ot travellers. hVartily ap- ice .1. A.'C. Kthier..; Agriculture, ndrexv nroclcur -vice -M: SclieM-; Inriiic ami Fisheries, Clarenee.lauiL-1 WHEAT MAnK.ET _ 11.. .Sinclair; Public Ac- Nov 27._o.peiiin? and 'closing prices of today's wheat mar- Orders, Dr. b. IV j OfftM Fhim 12M, MMM TT4. Now comes the gray heard ot UieViThelr UoyalV'Highncsses, tli'o Oovc'r- iior-Ck'n'eral and. tho Duchess of Cou- Thc fot'osfe bare tlleii ruggeil breasts, To every wind, that wanders forth. And in their tins lonely nests naught. Mrs. C. P. Conybcare and Mrs. for ilie first That, housed I ho birtHings m'onths a'BO Church, who received Are with of drifted snow, itime this season at Kivemew on Sat- -Henry Abbey, urday afternoon, gn-eted a number of visitors during the late hours of the Miss Tillcy expects to leave a week afternoon. Floral appointments of asters and I Mrs. Conybearo was wearing a grey .Mr. Arthur Barnsley s many mends trimmed.with lace. In the city extend sincere sympathy Ufs wns to him in the loss of his mother, wh0 cnyc dc wnito lace passed away on Tuesday, November 1-lth, at Southport, Lancashire, Eng. MlM ot Hat, ln mauve ehallis with satin-.baiidings ot Miss De Velicr will be the hostess I samc and Klaine of a euchre on Wednesday Conyhcarc in dark lilue cloth dress when the honor guest will be'Miss lie- elaborated with bead trimming, as- gin, of Maple (Creek, who is a house guest with Miss Downer, WcslmrBS- tcr House. Rev. w. D. Prefiiiyterian home mission" superintendent for' Alberta, is i Rev. C. C. Mctaurin', of'Calgary, expected' In 'Letbbridgc tomorrow.' who delivered addresses in the people of. Knox church are hop- list churches' yesterday, wtts a guest jng thai' lie will accept the call they, with Mr. and Mrs, n. A. McKemch- decided to give him. Whatever his de- er, Ernest St., while in the city, re-1 Cjsj0n may be, a full attendance is, requested at tlio congregational meet- i to he .hjelii .00 evening, De-, eembcr I, at 8 o'clock, in the school toria Mansions, returned this: after- room of the cliurih. The meeting was noon from Cranbrook and will spend' first announced for Thursday evening, a sjiort time with' Mi and Mis yt Andrew's Daj, bfit m Rhynd Jamieson, hetore leaxnnj to to those who bo obsen ing Thurs, spend the winter in London, Onl. i as tlie American 1 h-uikign ing, the time has been changid to Scores of visitors called on Miss ptcning It is hoped that at tins Patteson during the, closing hours oi meetinj final acjion can he in Saturday afternoon, in her cosy home, the ji-uki of securing a qunisler where the brightness and cheeriness member and every adherent of lllo Hudson's Bay Co. The Ladies' Ready-to-wear Department is a scene of unusual activity at this season Warm, Comfortable Sweaters and Sweater Coats that show Striking Values Another very fine consignment of Ladies' Sweaters Sweater' Coats has just-come through and 'some very smart color combinations fivo shown'asnroll-as plain colors. Navy, white, fawn and khaki, cardinals and grey arc well, represented, in some very neat arid effective stitches. A very comprehensive ranee of these coats to select from, in all sizes from 3G to 40, and at prices ranging; CO turning home this afternoon.. Mr. and Mrs. Byron 'McCarty, Vic- iket iiro as follows: ..et vice Cf. K. JlcClnney Printing, S.- Middleboro vicr Robert Bicker- jNovembel. ike; Privileges and 1'ili-clions, el Hit'rlter-v'in- William Clerman. liairuiiia of committee of dehatcs j new........ f the house jiiid of marines and miu-j Oats- nils and forest-and water 'powers November (imirittoc I not WQ MILUIGN .f-WEEK GIVEN'AWAV N j December (May, November Open '10% 175, (Ottawa Journal.) .The Na-iional League of_Comincrcial 'ravellera ;of 'the .United Statea have eclared war, on tho tipping system. Tho five hundred thousand members f (ho league will give tips no nioro, ml will encourage the patronage, of laces where tips are forbidden. As hesc men are constantly travelling, s they are the generous patrons ot ho- rcstaurunls and Pullmans, their onversion to Ihe no-lln'plng system s. In itselff a fair beginning towards lie abolition of this evil. The league furnishes a few conyjnc- j figures as to tire big part tipping lays on this continent. Over a quar er of 'a million dollars passes diib n the Ulillad States :in liotjeS and Pull Jlay December Jiay July December May Minneapolis Chicago IDS 108% 100% 94% Close 95% 40 1-2 17414 174 179 94% 100 WEATHER I (Imontcii clear 1I clear prhhnilgc clcir Ri gina cloud; cloud} rORLCAST All told todij and on lucsdav 10 (i fl 11 11 and created a wish to remain longer, than the regulation time. The attractive hostess bad donned a striking gown of black and white silk with relieving touches of cerise. i Mrs. .lohn Craig, who was a Sat- urday hostess, welcomed many callitrg dnrins tlie twilight hours of the af- ternoon. The note of decoration was given church is therefore nrge-1 to attend: Clubs and: Societies Iho Ladies' Afd oMIic 1 irst fiao- tist church will meet! 1.1 the uiuuih, from two to tour oil Wednesday after- The Christian Endeavor: Society of St Uldicw's meet for a Once an'ain liave liadnn'opportiuiiUr of placing Lctblh- bridge bnt a few days'behind ISTcw York in Ladies' .fashions. Our representative in just sent s long by some very' clioioe novefltes- produced there in Ladies' Underskirts. One line is particularly smart, made from silk- stockinette, which being very elastic, gives, with the figure In every direction, yet maintains that close fitting effect so neces- sary to the present stylo of dress. This skirt is finished with a double flounce of SATIN MBRVEILLB. Another, strikine novelty is ot SATIN MEnVEILLE with a neep flounce of accor- dion pleated. Dresden Silk, trimmed with Silk fringe' Sppie dainty underskirts of whitn sat- in are also included, black of the name material. Our exceptional facilities Cor buying UIPMJ direct enables us io place them' before onr pa-lrons at New York Prices. Every ronccn able oloi ami shade is blue, pink, J'.tddj aiecn etc., and all at one expression in'showers of mauve s-, CTCllmg tomoffon night when iinlhemums. Kood attendance is anticipated The hostess was assisted m looking a after her Benilev rhe v P x Jf St Cjpmn's Invitations are issued hj tlie Mayor a social oenmg t0- and Corporation of the City ot To- at the home Ste' ronto to a reoeption in honor of his Burdett St welcome Royal Highness the Dukp of Con nauglit at the city hall on Tuesday' The hostesses for'the that evening, N'ovember .twentj-eighth tteilcv ckurch is holding Wednesday nine to tcn-tliirty o'clock Guests are afternoon ami evening, be Mrs, requested to provide themselves with visiting cards in duplicate dress is Evening 1 Evening dress, with .decorations and medals" will bo the order ol dress for the dinner at !tho Govern- ment House this evening, in .honor of Ball, Mrs. Nichols, Mrs. Peck, Mis. Green, Mrs Cook, and Mrs Mitchell, while Mrs. River; will pour tea. and Mrs, Perry The Woman's- Missionary 'Auxiliary of Wesley church On Thurs- day" after noon at 3.3d The lad- recollection of quality remains long aftar the price hss been forgotten." E, C. SIMMONS. SILVER TEA SPOONS Of the quality that wears. I" csveral to per Am. CARVING SETS Finest of Sheffield with hanules of every WM to BRASS JARDINIERS Himmered from one piece of brass SAFETY RAZORS All the best and well known Sooner or Later Yon will come to realize that our store is the place to buy Xmas Gifts That arc really useful and worth while, that will cany a lasting joy with them to the giver as well as to the receiver. Gjl'ts suitable to every oiie in the home, and suitable every purse. Those who conic later will wish they hart come sooner. We aim to Mlt the tett goodi always, and to ask a re'aionable the (frailty of- and Mrvice rendered, for a rejular toirnr. Brass Fire Sets, Coal Hods and Boxes, Brass Fenders, Kettles, Candle Sticks, Vases, etc., would all make the lireplace more rlieerfiil and bright. CHAFING DISHES With latest design alcohol each ELECTRIC IRONS In two styles. Guaranteed for a to "STARR" In all the popular >tylt( and in the beet of 45c to POCKET KNIVES The largest assortment in Southern Albtrtar and of fin- Don't fail to see our Xmas goods. worth while. Stafford-Agnew Co. you'llvt out of town, write Olfti purchased naw will be held and delivered en Dec. 23rd if delirtd. Warm Bath Robes and Dressing Gowns me sbowmg nn onliroly new extensive range of .com-, lotrablc Balli Bolbcs and Dit (iowus, in plain and wavy cider- down lose Copenhagen, grey, cardinal and u Jiost'of other (olois aip till heie Joi A om' inspection and there arc some striking val- 'ues n al puces horn S9.50 A Hudson's Bay gift certificate is sure to please, and will" relieve you of all trouble, anxiety and cost of carriage ics, of the' congregation are cordially invited present. A meeting of. tile Dailies' Altar So- ciety'of St. Patrick's church is call- ed tor tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 at 312 Cuthill St. '.A lull attendance is requested, as the time will lie spent in sewing and in making irnnge- ments for a pantry sale, to be held, the second wcelfin-'.Docemlier. Tho Westminster Epn-orth League will meet Tomorrow nlgnt, when Miss .1: Shaw will lie. .iii. charge. The de- bate, "Re'Ohed that women should be allowed to wear hats in church" will be the chief feature The affirm- itire will be taken hj Miss Atkinson inrt Miss .liickes, wiiile. the nogaiive l be supported hy Mr. Marcus Duns worth and Mr. Wilfrn-d Siinm. Special music will he rendered, and the at- tendance should he very large. The regular weekly meeting oi the Westminster Guild of Knol church II he held this evening in the school rb0m at. 8. The educational commit- tee is in charge. Mr. Gordon will speak on "Mountains and Mountain- erring." All arc heartily welcome mil the members of the social com- mittee are particularly asked to be present, Io arrange for Miss Tilley's 'arcwoll social next Monday evening. The four Aitslrians.'arrested last Saturday evening al Staltordvillc for .ssault and gambling will have a hearing tomorrow morning at the Mounted Police Rarracks. To The Electors of fhc City of Lethbridge Having at the roniiost ot many rate. pnyei'3, decided to offer myself as a MtldMnle-ior school trustee at the comlnc I respectfully solicit your influence. If elected I will diwihurge the duties of the posi- tion to WN. rns' ability. W. J- Lethbridge, Nov. To the Electors of the City of 1 Lethbridge LADIES AND GENTLEMEN At the' reouest of a i'-irse number of the ratenavers of the city I have entered the municipal field as candidate for the Mayors seat for 1912. I solicit your vote, and ask for yoiir support, on Dec. .llth, on the following grounds: 1. I straight commission form of 'govern- ment, including initiative, ref- erendum and .recall. The New City charter, now being.drafted, to be.sub- mitted to the .ratepayers be- fore being presented to tho legislature. 2. I advocate a street railway system, owned Bin! operated by the eity, to be built and put in operation as scon as possible. 3. I advocate a subway at the crossing of Westmin- ster Road between North and South' Lothbrtdge. 4. I advocate the instal- lation of an efficient filtration system, extensive enough to Insure an adequate supply of pure water for the city's needs 5 I nm in .favor more efficient, and w.temitic scvrmging service, for the protection of the rmblio health and cleaiihneu ef the city. C I am In favor of street paving, the extension of tho city s sidewalks and boulevards, and tho Improvement of our hishways, as conditions will justify. 1 am In favor of completing all public works and improve- ments undertaken by tho'city In the speediest and moft oystomatic securing the greatest economy in operating expense and the least Inconvenience to the public. 8. I am in favor of the 'Mayor nml City Council ro operating with tho .Board of Trade and Citizens in tin earnest endeavor (o boost Lethbridga by making tho Dry Farming Congress ot 181Z tko most successful ever held. In conclusion I will stale that if elected on Deo. Itth I myself to give a square deal to all parts of tho city, to administer Ihe city's affairs in a business like way, and to stand at all times to advocate any policy which spells P-R-O-O-K-K-S-S for the City of LothbridEC. j Yours to command, A. U. STAFFORD.