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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETlimilDGE DAILY Wednesday, November 30, EDITED BY UNO SOCIAL AND, PERSONAL j '.VISiTlNG DAYS uosiesses tomorrow will be: [Mrs, D. T. ..Crawford. Lttrs. J. 'Broelie.' I ''James JdU Westb'rook aiid -Mrs: I .Mrs. Way will not receive tomorrow. LOCAL BUDGET Messrs. Rothxrell went TO j Mrs' 1215 _ Argyle cousin. Miss Hodg- iss; h'or. on.JMocday on business tomorrow -instead and. returned, today. of "ofl-Fi'jday. A.'Camsthers, tie'iur and-hidedeal report, the shipmetrt today of two, .carloads' furs and hide's to thebr- headquarters at Winnipeg. Tie. contractors for tie new ware- purse. I might hint that if you are looking for Christmas gifts it would be well 10 attend the bazaar as early as_possible on Friday afternoon be- torev the prettiest things, are picked, up. evening an orchestra will; be in attendance and a short vocal i programme' It. lias -been ru-; mored ihat a very-wise weii vers-: ed fortune teller has consented to ieud'her'.preseucXto the evening gaih-1' and will for-tunes by tea cups and palmistry: -.this alone. ;virs ,r will receive 'to- mrtrro- ,frw-nom, m the evenin- monow in tlie D--iii sflould be a sufficient drawing-.card for: tne young people. The conveners of! tue various .booths will each" have a! of assistants.- ilrs. Hensoni of i lie'fancy. j booth, Mrs. E: -X. HiginUotham will; comtneaoed escarping for- 'the foua-i Mrs.- McCullough- entertained i preside'at booUi, where pot-j .at'.bridge aast "evening af nefptf plants'as well as cue flowers wiH: HerfcartE.. five months' in.-the Victoria Mansions.Pe sold- Lile potteti the flor'S Mr. and Mrs. G-eorge Tho- ists" prices. The'well stocked pantry f inaie'Brinkail, died today. The fuiiefal-r -will beifild at. 2.30 tomorrow from Mrs.M. Beards 50511th has decided to con- dtici...an6t he r of Jier or no v fi'iV." Tire ilrs. Gaps guest, Mrs. "Xelsoa, re- The house, 1505 First Av-e., N. Rev. jturng to Her home in V.'isconsin toinor- iA. A: Lytle will officiate at the row morning, liiermeni. in public cemetery, j irewly COL. DEAD Sfov. 5u --Bett, inspector general .-practice for "the National Guard" far tne- of and at one of theijest toown marks- tite "cotmtry; died here today. The irewly organized Canadian- American Club are planning to hold rnelr second "social event some-rime room'-sale-of gifts begins zo- -Bead's attractive -Christinas Bad Gathering her" Some, street. 505 Ashmcad BY ZAM-BUK Elgin.-Are., iuiget uay QI sa'ct y. 1 Much sympathy is felt for Mr. 'ami! work- Mrs- Tucir oldest daugh-1 fall at tec takt'n to EiiiaT on Friday.! horn-- lias bcL'r! sick xvitil i-'usumatism. and the many friends of the family i nQPc for a speedy recovery, t'ou-n j Mrs. Charlie Hatfield left "on Mon- l -m tovn the iast' to liusband. over, the sround Sonc to Stettler C. u. Hansen has returned: trorn C'armangay, Xvliere he has been on business the past v.-eek. Mr.' Rigby returned from. Granum, where lie has been on business. to look view.Io7boring for gas. Win- rafred is 'only miles from Old Cif oneVof gas ivells Quak er >rea d" for cold sores, chapped -bands, arose -frite, TJlcers. eczema, blood-poison, varicose piles, scalp sores, rworm, -babes' piscas, friirns, and skin anjurtes dPBiggists and fell at box. or posi free SOCIETIES members of St. Monica's Guild j showed that owin met. for the last. .time before thoir ba- migration and the a.' Oscar" JTatson .Miss _E'. Austin supported negative .side of the ]'X The supporters of the resolution to the large im- peculiar condition and existing ia Canada at the present tne i inaj... roucnes to a- host of dainty tit'is of the greatest in inponance thar j, articles that have been prepared for I emphasis be placed on home event. The garish hall -will {to preserve our national standards in! -pat-ly, decorated1 ana a point that j the various departments and 'also to-i. strictly adhered to is mark-} keep up tie supply or-men and money and with-1 lor the foreign in the limits of the' average woman's I tne resolution claimed. tnai as eacb.article'.moderately and with- j lor" the foreign" Those' opposing The five made from copper Lord Xelson's shins, which tne School Board- asked for ironr tne Seamen's Associa-- They are given" for feats "of endurance. THe mourning, is very Handsome is the'gift of Lord Strathcbna. Tlie shields ire given -i'or the piirpose of fos- tering patriotism and strength on ihe part of the youth of the Empire.. a'tiumbcr pi town lots were public auction last Friday. Will Make Hair Grow should woman ROSEMEAD -Messrs. Stirn., Dickson McBrayne are working on the Ellesmere school House. Rosemead and .the other offices on' route had no mail last Friday, owing to the fact that the ferry could ig- Bow river owing to .Every up-to-date nave-radiant hair. There are thousands of women with narsh. faded, characterless hair, who do not try to improve-it. In England and take'not cross the pride in having beautiful hair. Every lne i'ce. Canadian woman can have lustrous! Fire broke out in tue home -of Mr j "Hthe3 Monclay last A sells a large bottle for accents, and destroyed, and practically guarantees it to banish Dandruff, stop no nousehold goods were saved. 31iss jjair and scaip jn ten Tiuiriotv-and her mother were at home Clean Dainty and Sweet Gil more 2nd Are. A Jfottth Phone 1027. failin The skating rink, at tlie- Soo, burn- ed a short time be rebuilt before long.- I-Ienri Bourassa, the Nationalist leader, has gone to Europe on a six weeks1'holiday. "7" T j days, or money back. i Out the origin of the fire is unknown. Gun quickly stops coughs, cures colds, the throat 25 E HAVE A LARGE SELECTION of Mechanical Toys and Dolls, specially suitable for gifts, church tars, juvenile parties, and Christmas tree decorations. They include Musical Dolls, Teddy Bears, Mechanical Automobiles, Horses, Dogs, Christinas Bells, and various other toys too numerous to mention It is the largest and most varied assortment ever seen in the West of Canada. Parents should all bring their children to see what Santa Glaus is providing for them this year. The Toys Are Good and Prices Reasonable dults' Christmas Presents necessities. From Men's Grain and Leather Collar 51 s Men's Shaving Siand. coniljInVd mirror." brush and cup -S107 solid Ebony Brush Ser, one genuine fine bristle ebony clothes one ebony Im.rbru'sli and'one pair fine military brushes Men's Military Brush and Comb Sot. genuine ebony 'Mejj's Military Brushes, in real'cbojiy .Men's Burni Lent her Tie lioklrrs Men's Leather Cases-'m the newest, desi'o-ns I .A a full stock of RuLLer Tobacco Pouches, Bill Wallets, Books, -Pocket Shaving Brushes, Razor Straps, Ann Bands, Suspender Sets, Playing Cards, etc., etc., too numerous to enumerate ;