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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I - ^^'^^1^^^^' NOVEMBER 30, 1919 Because of the poritr and high (luaiity of the ingredients of Magie^, MingPov4er;itglMW; ening quaiitietl ut per-1 feet, anditiltheivjroro' euonomical. * '/'^ ��; - EWHtrnij THE LETHBRlDGh DAILY HERALD Tri.u,i I.I, ij-i-�,jin^ * * f pearl fringe, and wore orange hlos- weooiNGs : "� ' ,^ �� A very pretty; SveBaingj;y%s; solemnized 1ti';tlia pfe/^eiice Ot'o;fp>y;,,frlendB fit "the Uorae :Qf/tlio brld.ejs parents, fllr. ana.Mrs. Angle, or Wjnnlfreil, on ^Vedneaday evoriina, November! 2(i, y/hen ihelr daughter,- Eva Orphla, %vas united in marriage to Mr; Roy Warl Huff, the Rev. H. ,0. ' Woods officiating. At G. o'clock, ^to, the strains M, the^ wedding marcS^' played toy Misi June. Woods, the young couple entered the, room, the cere-onony taking place heneath a wreath of morrtlng glories with large bell Buspendftd from the centre, the rooms ibelng beautifully decorated in pink Bnd\ white. The bride-looked rvery pretty In a handsome dresji-ijdt Ayhlte Bilk wltH; lace flouacing-itrfmiaei ifrlth soms. After a dellclQUs supif^r lire-pared by the bride's!;,;' njoth^V th^ guests departed, wlehlifg Mr> alid Mrs. Huff a long and prosperous lite. Tlie bride is one of Winnltred^s most popular young ladies, having moved here -wltK het {^ar^jnls. Jn i pioneering days. She has by hijf duiet ways and loving dlspo'siUoa won a host of friends, who wl�h hei" all the joys of lifer. The groom' Is; highly respected and ' a prdspSrbus young farmer from Rock Criek, Oregon. ., , . ' On account of the recent spread of the 'flu the invitatloria which would have been sijnt to one hundred and twenty relatives and friends, were recalled,' Mr. ajd Mrs. Anfcle'feeling very sorry, but thinking It best' to help keep - down ithb eiiidemlc.-A Friend, Wlhnifred. ' r  Iviore history is made than ever la written. . � >  �.  WHO dje8 FOR '> > > ? ? : ? Cloud shadows fall across his grave; Pass 4i o 4> : > : ? . .;. .J .ji RED CROSS NOTES I > .:�: .;. > memorate the bravery and sacrifice of her heroes of the great war, and helieving that tliis sacrifice has been made in order to further progress and to give freedom of thought as well a.s action, be it resolved that the Mathosls Club go on record as favoring a' living memorial in the form of a public library, to Include a' Hall of Fanxe, v/here the name of every man enlisting from T^ethbridge shall be Inscribed, and where theool lection of war trophies and historic documents may be properly cared for." The business meeting was fol lowed by a very interesting lecture by Mr. J. D. Higinhotham on "Homo and Its Art." Mr. Higinbothaai gave his hearers a very vivid picture of Rome, its vastness, - its treasures and the magnificence of its ruins. These vast ruins have been excavat ed from under thirty feet of dust in .some cases. He told of the wonderful Colosseum of Rome, built from the ruins of Nero's palace, erected by the j^Q^j! captive Jews from Jerusalem, which ' was over 140 feet 'high when com pleted. He told of all the historical spots in Rome, the Palace of the Caesars, with its wonderful underground passages; the Palace of the Caligula, the Pantheum of Agrippa, huilf before the time of Christ, and still in a wonderful state of preservation; the famous Applan Way, down which the legions of Rome marched in olden days on their way to the sea; the ruins of the Claudian acqueduct, and the Catacombs, where millions of bodies were-buned,- and made up of from 50D to 700 miles of passageways. Some very � beautiful pictures werjB also shown of the wonderful arches for which Romei is noted, the Arch of Constantine, the Arch of Titus,' and others. The slides, which had been'obtained'from the Alberta University, were very enjoyed, and helped to ilius much . The Red Gross-'rooms are opening! up to their full activity next week, trate the wonders of 'which Mr. Higin-the death of hi� brofh..r hnri ! ^^"""'^ be.again!sent out as usual, i botham spoke, and as he was able taLn a Li in the war aL T Prpnrh'^i*^'^ various,, r^cieties are asked it" tell of these from first hand know sofdler S"wo^^^^ arrange.:u,vteoi^,back to work edge his audience, felt that for a Umes to meef^is deatt with J*^"'"' Workers are called for to help, i few brief moments they .had - indeed enza. falling a victim to, .th^, disease, jj^ip ^^ taking TftAtV, fo& which sfev- art, so comprehensive was the Mrs. D. S. Wlllamsbn has as berX.Vfw^ guest he/..lister, ^Iss Stellii Phibbs,-^ ^' of HagersviJIe, Ontdrlo Miss Phibbs win entei^ ittO^tfcaJfijBg: at the Gait Hoi pital, ,' \'" Miss .KeHlTj^Ttftfo,.lias been visiting in the cTtSr, "^ijeQ ^4)i^>'to resume her duties 'ijiS-^'^e^jti^r\tt�*^j Cardston. By an ovei^helming majority the people of Wesl^m^^l^ ada have decided that Blue Ribbon ''Mountain Qrt^ is the best ^ Ask for it ^ AtiO tii ifEsiPONae TH^^MB^KAHS are .HOiOING tHJEIR^ IN THE OPDFELLQWS' HALL, ON ^ AT THREE O'CLpeK x, ' Afternoon Tea and Ice Cream Served. Ftahf'Pond for. the boyaand Bin*. PERCENTAGE GOES TO PATRIOTIC PURPpjSES, BAUANCi TO REBEKAH'S ORPHANAGE FUND. Individuality is the Keynote of a Perfect Portrait ^ Bringing, out the real personalityr-'the fine points in^; character-^^the little traits that make us what we-are. . ' � \ : � 'Our photosi ttte not a thing; of paper and pasteboard'�vyith a' ready made look. \ u \ If you want a photo of your real seU-of what ydur trtantla see and admire, call on us.  ' ALUSON Mrs. (!jiimMeS8fett� Mrs. Neale are the guetti Stti'Mh' iP.�����    '    BOCIAL eVBNTi  �ft * ? � ? ?*.>- ^'.S* ? > > * The honie of Mrs. Ferguson, Sev; enth avenue south, was the scene of a very pleasing event, when Mrs. Mc-Clure, whb'is leaving shortly for the coast, was siirprlsiei Ijy the girls of her Sunday school class. The, evening wSs most enjoyably spent lit music, dancing and recitations: ' Refreshments werci.gej'v^d Ijy Mrs. Ferguson, 'aBsIs'ted by'MJss Hhena'McQueen. Before departing Miss Eva Blssett presented Mr^. McClure with a ^hr^e-pieee tabje set, on behalf of the following: Hose Berger, Lillian Bennett, Mabel AJcAdoo, Edith; Ahrensi-Dorothy Cudova, Dora Mel-lor, Egtfcer Btobertson, May Flinn; Violet. Sinclair,, Catherine Robertson,: Bessie Stolth.iEva ' Blssett,' Rhena, l'Mc(;^ueeti, Evelyn Hamiiioni �Beatrice-Jones. All spent, a nibst ci^joylabl^ evening, the only regret being that Mrs. McOlure will not be able to spend much more time with the girls, and she will be greatly missed br them. �^   � � 4> �  �  � � � t CHVAOHES AND SOCIETIES *  ^  * * i� !� � � � ^ �� The .Alt Needlework Club will meet at .the'honie; of Mrs. ^^illiam8on, 530 Sixth Btre�(t south, on Monday after-'.nooil. ' -J ,' ' ; Although' there has been no sickness in tiie Christian church, it is, being fumigated so that there will be- no risk for those attending on Sunday.    The niembers of the Big Slsteya of Knox church are urged to attend class oh' Sunday morning. �   . The regular monthly meeting of the; Nursing Mission board will he held; at the home of Mrs. JijO; Robertson' on Monday. The busineBS meeting will be held at 3.46. All members of the board are par-; tioularly requested to be present, as this is the last meeting qt which Mrs.; j McClure, w}>o la leaving the citjrl jshortly, will'b� present. The Nursling Mission hoard is losing one of;{ its oldest and most valuable mem-J i b0r9, ."Mrs, McClure having beein treasurer for some years, and givinjf her services untiringly. /Hef Uoss-i WUl be keenly felt by the board. :    \ The Major Jack Ross" Chapter; 1.1 O. D, E., will meet at the >home ofj Mrs, 'Frank Hedley, 410 Fourteenth: street, at 7.45 tonight. � � * :...', ,,  Mizpah Lodge, 12, I. O. f). BWl i,;re(jeived. Red uV^efltly needed. FOOD BOARb FLASHES � ? � -� ? .:. � C" * > ? ? ? .> ? ? DO YOU HAVE ? - > ? THESE THINGS WHEN ? ? YOU WANT THEM i .> � �:� tf .J 4> ^ .> ^ .> > ^ > �.> Ice cream? Iced tea, lemonade, and buttermilk? , .; Ice-cold watermelons and canta-. loupes? ': Ice for use in sickness? If you don't it's your own fault, provided you live in a natural ice region. All you need'is an inexpensive ice house and a pond or stream. The labor comes during the slack winter season. "�^niat's in a name?" The old .turkey gobbler'Will taste good no-mat-bridge deem it a pirlvllege to com- ter what he is called. What is a double acting A double-actinj; baking powder is one that startd its action in the mix- ing bowl Mid.,fuxi8l)ie8 it in the oven. . ^ ^ Ordinary bsikin^ powders develop their, full strcB  'in the mixing boWl and you have to hurrlr your caS,^ into the oven. Then, you are always afraid ttiat'tlie oven is not just hot enough, or that a door will slam or something else happen to cause the cakes to fall. ' � You don't have to hurry or worry when Bgg^O tiaking Povsrder is used. Egg-O rises only part/jp in.the bowl. You ipay let the dough st�(nd 15^or2i3rhinutes %\ ox longer-doiiig so will give better results. When put into the oven, Egg-O continues its action^thjs second � action being so steady and strong that aVcake is not likely to fall even iif it 4oes get anunexpected jar. EfiG-0 Bzddi^ Povuder | ^ is double acting and jiist ^hat is needed to make ,the ,.,5, " heavy war flours light.;; ' ' Egg-0 Baking Powder Co., Limited, Hamilton, Canada V J Made In Canada 1 0C02 Pur R icK DelicioLu Wholesome A leading authority on cocoa sayst/ "In order to lhave the cacao products most useful and ^ have the protein best appro' ^ priated,fyou^niu^tJniot^take ' put tCKTmuch fat!^ Hence, in!. mjTviewt Baker^s Cocoa (fromi which only the excess of oiljs^j exba^ted) is kn ideJ[;fep^^^^' Ik 1/37Saves Other'Fooic^ JRADE-ARIPJ E VER Y^PACJCACISJ/ , DORCHESTER- MASS.' ' MONTREAI^ C*NJ' C^MdaFoodBoudtieeBM IJ,~690 Walter Baker ftCoTLn Extra Specials f0 Saturday Nigfii The sale goes along with a'merry swing.^iFh^sft?/?'^^^^ t extras added to the present long list^fbargaSim''^^ are extras added to the present long you will find all over the store. , 7. 1.25 COATING ^ About ten piecea in this lot ot fall and >winter coatiuge in mixed tweeds and plain shade^. These coatings sold higb A .|||* ^8 $4.50 yard. Saturday Niglit Special.......'.............'HmUVt MEN'S UNDERWEAR \ v 10 dozen men's heavy ribbed Wool Underwear in excellent qual-. ity garments that are good titting and well made. Theve we bougbi: to sell as a |eader at $1.60. Saturday Night Special "V ' each ...............____............. ..J.. i......... . Al|i Other Line* 10% .Off.) LADIES'COMBINATIONS - Ladies' Fine Heavy Cotton Combination^ made with high neck and long sleeves., A full range ox sizes and gopdvalue^t, the | |*A :reeular price $2.00 a garment. Saturday Night SpeclaJ,.,..'.. leDU BUCK.KID GLOVES . ...... 100 pair of Xiadles' Fine Black Kid Gloves. Thea^ are an odd lot so we make a price that will clear them out iu a Jhurry. f. OC Regular $3.00. Sizes 6 to fii^?.Saturday Night SpVcial____ leAiv CORSETS 50 pair of Ladies' Corsets, made from good quality of material, ^ood fittiUK and values that sell regularly as high' as 12.00. f �p Saturday Night.Special .....i........... ____ _____...lead TO BE GIVEN AWAY FREE Ladies* Rat Cq^^ WQrth $ i�o:oo To the one ,est^matlfif^,the neareat to tne correct amoiint , of silkipe in own windft*; Four other, valuable prlzeajfiftte j 'fliven away free. Oin|^efltiin�tei>^lth a punht^^ 9f^\,Wir^o^v?^ 1 ;