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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Pasre 10 DAILY HERALD baking unfess the Cream of Tartar guaranties is Tuesday. November ill notice the difference The First Cup of SOCjAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. O. ive's is home from an I extended sojourn in the east. j rs, T. F. O'Hagai] has as her i ?ts Mrs., euartes P. Hill ,of Hil'-j crest and JMrs. of Colenn-u, I Tho Caledonians are arranging ,to hold an old fashioned conversazione in their hall _on.Thursday evening at .uu. 'All members and -friends of the Societ-v wiil be welcome. The Kpv.'orth League of Wesley held a most meeting! Airs. T. F. will entertain-last evening, the principal part of'the a lew friends ioforaiaiiy with, a hridye j being a debate pa "Re-j tea on Thursday afternoon, compli- that local .option is desirable! uientary her housu j-11 '-cthiiridye." The aiHrmative was j pibly upheld 3. H. Deli and .Miss! Kev. F. W. Anderson, secretary o: w'ho niamrainect that local ithe Laymen's '.Missionary .Movement would-prove ,a social economy 'the while in iniproye-the standard of citizen- j Shoaror's'-charge ;cuy was the guest'of Mr. and .Mrs. E. and that it .would benefit the city j in his opinion IX. i-iiginbot-hnm. j other and save it from some Attorney General of Mari- j ..itoba Clashes With "Ralph Connor" jof toe present evils. I Fred -Macbeth .returned to Granum j Kor negative -Mr. Patterson and Wei-day afternoon after spending :i; Miss that education erUicjxe Df slalenkuls re_ coapJe or days visiting his not law-should be tiie influence Nov. Uif. lion, Colin CaiupiK-11 and Jit-'v. r. Gordon, j i-tigagi'd in ai; acrimonious conflict j this ujoihing, while the former was} on the sta-nd in the enquiry, in'.o Dr. j cs. After stating that f opinion nothing couiu be fur- iher from "the truth "than the accusa-i lion 01 graft by the police in the ad- j luiiiistration ot. the .segregation dis- tnct, the att-oi'iJt'-y-general went on to A straigltf, feonesi, Creaia Gl Tartar Baking Powder. Made from Grapes. Makes better, more healtMnl. Soldi without deception. .Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Macbeth. do, away., with. the evil, and that if 31 s jlaw must be used the local option law an Barker and Hiss Barker of-! -desirable, and. even if desir- arding ih'c morality 'of Winnipeg, as! the continued-llie witness, other- places, was not -suited to iUranuia. who have been visiting their juncte, Sap, Barker I and turned Blue Bibbon Tea will show you its deUg'ht- foi quality. So sure are we that you will be pleased with it that we authorize your grocer to refund the full purchase price if you are not entirely satisfied. On this condition we ask you to say definitely "Blue Bibbon" when you next order tea. i Kev. Dr. secretary of gave the debaters and the large j1' i byterian'missions, is being entertain-1 audience, a. number of valuable Jed- while in the-city -by Dr. and'ilrs McL'iure. He visited .the Centr; i school this morning and -a short i svere rendered, talk to the pupils of Standard -V. i rsJers in debating parucularlv in stvere i M in ere was a ro0aYsdeaT; raljery. ,A number of musical The at were rendered.. i i__ Connor) the cndgei. ju -defence-! .of Shearer put through j nat-ioir in" which j mutual' re- j ttorngy-gencrali j h? ,ha-d.formerly had opin- jl The home coming of Mrs. "W. ,C. Totcorrdw Maids.of En 'Jon of Dr: Shearer, hut oase the Daughters j.Ws had run1 a way. with his judg- n-ill hold a whist. iniCsl. Alderman Adams his Now in Force on All of Cornell Swell Stock of Fiirnisli- 'S and Furs .Winnipeg Wheat Winnipeg, Nov. 29. Nov. closet! Dec. opened tne excuses for jives and the arrival'of Mrs. G. T. Ives ;-party In the Oddfellows' ball.-' A'iea- jolly e of llie dinner i.mnsicale given by fis-tiiu Chrles H. jobject is worthy of everyone's patron- house of prostiuitioa, in the segregat- May opened closed U-i-J.'j party and family reunion held at the j land Glee-Club. The affair promises i Cash dose. Wheat No. 1 Nor. acme of Mr. and Mrs. JR. P. Wallace jto he a most enjoyable one and as the [No. N'or. Sfi-f; No. 3 -Nor. No. evenin Nor. 79. Oats No. 2 32V; i I No. 3 White No. 1 feed ''No. 1 iced 3 ft; No. 2'feed 28; Flax No. jl N. IV. 2.2'J. be the. short the Sous of Enjr- to thai liie name of Adams q br placed with that of "Daly, UTlli GROCERY BOBS We have a few grocery sleighs on hand. Just the thing- at the right price. L. H. FOWLER CO. Corner Smith and .Diifferin Streets. this Liverpool- Live iase. tae city's jieedy and sickJ Already number of affairs jafrair -should befell attended. and small are being planned for Chrisr .iconvjction of prostitutes as under the mas wee-j. I "of three" large .wnich side Ruth and David, j present- criminal Jaw riit- es- dances already and -several smaller i Esther and Johna.tiian Club os: the PLANS CHOSEN FORCATHf Liverpool, Nov'.' Rogers affairs, so take -warning and plan your church Guild are you with? If Co. report here-today that the'gowns now so that they Sron't be an {you don't .know, inquire of Miss'C. B. prices' quoted -Saturday -.were worry to you at the last minute Jackson or Mr" kUpatrick, who repre- 5" should and-wiii be j sent- Ruth and David, or Miss N. JI. There" was a predominance i "ie subject-in everyone's or Mr Fred.Rose. who repre- OL Kmgh Dec! and the price ror- this: 1-sther and.Jonothan. j may come lower. .-i Ttiejosing side have to provide j i taincd in the Birtothead cattle niai-i-jyst I ket, but trade was verv raping; generally under a technicality. He suggested that the-law be amend- ed of conviction on prinia videijoe. 8 ca-ttle and j, lecfc 'BopKins, of Edmonton, eight carload's oi cattle com-, AVere' treated to chosen from petmg firms, and ar fiae. The cat design i, .septs will 'seat ies about 200. -jiie eaMieurax is to t-u an advar.ce of 10 per cost in'the neighborhood of'STS.OOU. jpi-r cent, ppr cwt.'ior all classes of i Tenders for its construction will be j stock. Best butchers brought from; called for in March or April, and to Si.25. Medium 53.S5 ,to BOX'T MISS THE 25 p. c. DISCOUNT Now, in Force on All of .Cornell Swell Stock- of Clotliin ing's and Furs Quak er social' event- in connection vrith Nov. A sharp j v fef lasting three hours was 1 _ will be started soon thereafter, i and poor S2.S5 to S-'i.-15. held arossin Whether the building will be irnmedi- f linn vester'dav'afternoon at S4.75 to'" ately completed will depend on the S5.HO" for choice Jisrht ones and disposal of the present property, but j to S-L50 for hea-vier. WCTO iirm it is planned to have part of uhrrsna scarce at ST.7-5 per cwt, oil cars "building ready tor occupancy at an jai Winnipeg. events of last week at the. capital, and AV. E. Simpson. waicii is at present in gala attire. Many additional "nahies were signed Although Miere are many deep'aid en- to the pledge of membership and ar- peace. i one dead and six wounded. questions under considera- rajigements were-'.made for .the next -early date. j.ne next j tion through the day, the "evenings ai'e (meeting as follows: .On Monday, Dec. i. _ usually given over- to all sorts of j at the home of Mrs. A. X.Warren, j- ASTHMA COUGHS formal and informal-'dinners, bridge o ut_l 1 BRONcmris CATARRH COLDS tournaments and .'bails. .In the past Gi'5 .Ninth street south a lit- erary meeting will -be h'eld1'when" the i- LOCAL BUDGET GREAT INFl Quinn are unloading !two 20-h.p. International tractors. R. G. Adtiison has takc.'i over the- the Medicine Hat Rosary and will be at all times readv t-o fur- IF Ottawa, Nov. 23. J .-----J 12) l-J nisii all kinds or flowers ana funeral I bv -of r-he imuusr-itu designs. .All ilowt-rs guaranteed to be paniaenr that fully It is r-stimatfd on cie- r- j i-ij> Liitiv. J.UIIY i nun Igrani.s will arrivt- in ihis country this Andrew initiated into thahnonrh, conirary to of the World by Council as have t'omniander Aadisc.n ar. the j t-onlicyea' arrive in i tortaight the numerous teas have j programme will consist chiefly in j swamped the .poof Society that .reading has J Editor or the Xew-s, as well as th.e I greater educational advantages than [hostesses and guests, "and-there is a j travelling." Affirmative, Mr. Xoakes, j rumor thai sufficient tea has been con- J-VL K. Davy; negative, Mis Shirley and }-lr. Bisiaop. The judging is to be done by present members of the Y. P. A The president expressed the tharTks of the society 10 Mr. and Mrs. Fisiier i'or'their kindness'-in ioctyfns" their to supply all the orphons and ii widows of the province i'or a. year. -e sc Several %vo'nien's clubs are being lorrued I'or the winter months. I'have oi two sewing, one 'musical and :md reading clubs al- three EITABUISHaD 1377 A Binple, safe an