Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, November 27, THE HERALD IJITHBRIDGE HOTEL Lethbriclge, Alia., Canada 50c THANKSGIVING DINNER On Kequest of Our American Guests Thursday, November 28th, 6-8 p.m. Celery SOUP Consomme a la St, Xnvicr RELISHES Dill Pickles Queen Olives FISH Boiled Halibut, Cut Bouillon au Bordelaise ENTREES Sh'rlmp Paillette Clapolata Breaded Chicken Cutlet a ta Quenelles Apple Cobbler en Custard SALAD _ Eon Salad a' I' tccossaise ROASTS Prime Ribs Beef, Horse Radish Spring Lamb, Mint Sauce POULTRY Roast Young Turkey, Cranberry Sauce Domestic Duck with Oyster Dressing VEGETABLES .Steamed and Potatoes Canadian Green Peas in Butter DESSERTS Apple Pie, Pumpkin Pie Hot Mines Pie Lemon Cream Pie English Plum Pudding, Brandy Sauce''.', Vanilla, Ice. Cream and Wafers Strawberry Jelly- Assorted. Fruits Muscatels arid Almonds v -Cheese Cafe Notr SaPiene MILADI EDITED BY "INO" PHONES Office 1224 Res- 1115 I MV Oil, the the lidies of the Ladies' Society--of the Methodist Church', i the.occaslonof ,Ihe.third annjr ersao of the of took place last night [gymnasium of the church, and was the largest 'in point of" numberstba t has >ver been given by these energetic ladies.. More than four hundred peo- took dinner with the ladies ,and the affair, was a -most -decided stic- !3. The -finances of society are in (fcl iendld shape, and the condition of tli church as a whole is improving st ulily. Pastor Dimmick reports a ntstr.iicr- Eh'p of 150, and the financial affairs ai assuming a gratifying condition. Chief of City Police'Hall has been 'limsninK the keepers and frequenters ot opium Joints in town relentlessly; or foitr of the celestials have fbccn, before the magistrate, some of! Mr. Ernest Atchier, of Edmonton, i a guest for a few days with 31 r. an Mrs. Albert Asplm, Seventh avenue A J. R. Palmer, barrister, left thi morning for Calgary and Banff, attend court. During hits absence Mrs Palmer will visit with friends i Strathmore. Mrs. G. R. Tinning will be hostess'" a two-table bridge tomorrow aftei noon, complimentary to Mrs. George of Macleod, 'who is with Mrs. T. K Nciile. Miss Eva Mylott, the great central Miss Hilda Aitken, the charm ing pianist, who appear at tlie jestic Theatre tomorrow eveimig, un der the auspices of the Nursing Mis sicn, arrived in the city this afternoon from Edmonton, and are guests at the Alexandra Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. S. 11. Peacock, .Strathcona Court, are rejoicing over the birth of a daughter. Mr. and .Mrs. Peters entertained at a party last evening. Five tables of five hundred were made up, the favors (being secured by Mis: i Downer ami Mr. Holliman, while the I consolations were awarded Mrs. J. R. Palmer and Mr. McCUcton. A dainty lunch was served at midnight, after which a hop was enjoyed by the guests. Those bidden included Mr. and Mrs. Sir. and Mrs. R. 13. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Young, Jlr. and Mrs. J. R. Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur.-Hayr, the Misses Downer, Han- Tripp, Simpson, DeVeber, assin and Messrs. iMacNeil. Lewis, Oliver, McClinton and DeVeber CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Pro t heen class met 'with the president, .Mrs. C. K. Brandow last evening, when the time was profitably spent In sewing for needy children. i The D. and M. of --E. will hol-d their regular meeting tonight in the S. 0. E. hall, at S o'clock. Date of whist drive will be announced later. 1 The Paris Auxiliary of St. Cyp- rian's Church will hold a sale at re- duced prices of all articles left from the bazaar, in. the Parish room of the church tomorrow afternoon. After- noon tea will be served five, and all are hivitetl to inspect the articles on sale. The Westminster, Epworth League enjoyed a splendid debate last even- ing, the subject being: "Resolved, thai abor unions are beneficial to the, la- >or man.'' .'ew Horn! Arnoici thr.n sang am London, recently, for an encore "Unnijity DnmpLy." Itev for the private of C'. H. saiil was vei-y gltn lions of snceial of small !o soe sucli a larce sail'.erlng present painlilus anil !1'C late and espscl.-illy ilnnlieil tile ladle: Chevalitr Kduardn ilc llart'lio, si'c- who mananed the- refreshments, a no ccssively marine po'i-.lcr in ordinrry Inconsiderable .p.'in or the evening's to Cueen Victoria, Kins Fdworil, rnd cntortalnmenl. Under the di Kins; Oforse nnd tin: oilier of the rection of Mr. Arnold, who acted as 01 Royal Ciardein; by Cyril Ward. Jlr. j.'.c, throughout tho dancing bowjls is an absolute neces- sity for food health. .Unless the waste matter from tho food which collect! there is got rid of at least 'once a day, it decays and poisons the .whoic body, causing: biliousness, indi- gestion and sick headaches. Salts and other harsh niincral purgatives irritate the delicate lining of the bowels. Dr. Morse's Indian Root regulate thft bowels effectively without weak- cuing, tickening or RripiiiR. Use Dr. Morse's M Indian Root At -ths regular meeting Lodge, N'o. 53, I.O.O.F., ot Viaduct the. [ollow- ing officers ior tbo ensuing term were elected Xo'hlc Geo. Frederick Heath. Vice N'oble M. A. Wilson. ftecording Harry Smith. Financial R. Ronald. D. McNahb. Reid. 'Speclally valuable for screens and windows in anlomohiles is a new French "flexiuld which Is lifihl of weight, unbreakable and per- fectly transparent. Or.s of the smartest society func- tions of the week 'was the bridge and tea, which claimed Mrs. U G. DeVober ar. hostess yestoriay sad Mrs. E. A. Cunningham and Mrs. B. C. Kelson as honor KUCEIS. Mrs. DeVeber wel- comed guesls, wearing a hand- some black silk sown prettily elabor- ated in white mid itm-ple. Mrs. Cunningham was modlshly gowned in black satin, with white feather host and black c.iianeau. Mrs. Kclscn looked well in while mid blnck silk, and black plumed bat. Two labk's of bridge were In play, while other guejto tjciil un enjoyable WHS continued till i ii.m., and was then closed bv the ainglng of tho Na- tional Anthem. When Down Town, you think of tea, You think, of course of The Brown Betty Our Pimpernel Chocolates are making a name for them- selves. Asl; to sec them. At the'Sign 6f the Tea Pot A. lie called sometime in December. She has written She following articles with that end in view Making the Most a Day "A day is a precious tiling. Whe- ther it is a rainy day or a sunshiny day, so lonn as it is a day, it is Winnipeg, No no one ean atford to lightly. MA.CDONALD COMPANY, AS ANNOUNCED YESTERDAY, SELLS OUTRIGHT The entire j hnsini'ss of the A. .Macdonalil Co., "IktvvccTi getting up in tl'C morn- wholesale grocers, with head offices ing and lyinc down at night the In and branches.-. in the most wonderful tbiug.s may happen, laryer towns anil eitlss through to Fricmls tnav he made, cs- [he ccnst, has heen sold to the Do- lablished, intcrestiiig situations may rainlon Bond Co., Ltd., of Toronto for the possibilities of life lie a consideration in tho neighborhood encompassed within a day. There is of SZ.SOO.OOO. B. 0. WInans vlce-prss. the possibility, greatest ot all. ot te- )dont of the purchnstag company and ag of service to some one. To be of: F. R.Mackolcan, its sellcltor who no- service doosn t mean to wait on the ,eft ,or' Tormto iomebody, who is pcntctly capable ot ia5t night vailing on themselves, hut it means; m, do somethins for another that! Tbo A- >IacllonaM Co. was Incor- will encourapc. or comfort, or lift, June 28, 1805, but for about may he only a chrcrful word, i seven years previous Mr. .Macdonalil rlcndly look, a' handclasp, a smile. eofldneted a grocery business. The "Someone has said, 'Smile and sold are located at. Yorhlon. vhile you smile another smiles, and llatllcford, lliiltlcford, Vancou- anil hy there's miles of smiles, ver- Nelson, Fcniie, Edmonton, Lrtb- nd life's worth while, because yon hrldgo and Kpnora. mile.' If one deed is done that will i 'v- -Macdonald was one nf the pion- lakc life easier or pleasanler for fcrs "f Lothbrklgc. For many years oinc one, that day has accomplished ho conducted a retail seneral store omcthitig worth I business at Lethbridge, his property CONSERVATIVES APPOINT AN ASSISTANT' WHIP Ottawa, Nov. S. Hiddkbro, M.P. tor North Giey, was today select- ed as assistant chief whip for the Con- servatives. Ho succeeds Mv. A. E. Goodeve, ex-M.P., now a Railway Com- missioner. _ The Liberals' will liavo their first caucus of the session tomorro'w. SKIN ON FIRE? Just the'niild, simple wasir; the1 well known D.D.D. Proscription for Eczema anil the itch (s gone. Wo have sold, other remedies for skin, trouble but none 'that wo'could pursonally recommend as we can. (he D. P. remedy. Jackson Co, ilrUKt'sts, local agents. on (he corner of Third avenue and Fifth street still being used for-that purpose. Only last spring he dispose til of the business, and started his wholesale house here, on, the cc-rner of Second avenue and Ninth street South. The employees of the com- nany here had no intimation of bis intention of selling. Winnipeg, Nov. Maedonald himself stated that the sale did not include all the company's branches, and that the branches in Rritish Col- umbia were included in the traua- H'r. Ho said that these branches would be largely increased and devel- oped.