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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbiidge Daily Herald.Wecliiesday, October 12, 10IOr Page i You Couldn't do this with An Ordinary Range because1 it has an ordinary grate. If the -fi're goes out at_pne- end of the firebox, you must dump- all -of-' this coal to rebuild it'. Not so with the McClary-SaskJ.. Range. You can dump the ashes'at" either L build a new fire without'disturbing the fite'in -the other end.' The McClary Patent ,dpuble and independent in dead end fires in Sask-Alta impossible-and saves .waste coal .through unnecessary shaking. A HOTEL ARRIVALS saves fuel and cuts down coal bills.' It does more work-arid- .hetterworkthan the best ordinary rajige ever 'It has moreimprovementsrmore exclusiyegoodpoints. Thenear-' est 'McClary. agent will consider it a pleasure to' r Irhatryour range, money will be best spent for a Montreal, Yancou7erc St. John, IT.B., for Sale; ty staffonl-Ujnew Co., letftbriilge ;SUCH'LUSCIOUS DOUGTHNUTS as never tasfed" TJefo're', when 'mother used to make Jean eat any num- ber..'pt "our without fear of 'THEY CRISP, without even a suspicion of" that lardy'taste. Try them as a of-how-perfectly this bakery -bakes.. Bakery Are you satisfied with your milk supply If not, phone 1065 Lox been to have the hest milk iii the city. J. Prank, Spo- kane R. W. Fox, Calgary, M. D. Eddes, Canary; W. W. Baldwin. Toronto; Wm. Ross, Strathcona; L. D. Cooper, Vancouver; Chas. E. Mc- Cracken, Toronto.; W. M. Fulton, Win nipeg; H. M. Rodgers, Little Bow; lUrs. Palmer and daughter, J. S. Ainslie, jr., Chicago; Geo. J. Bryan, Canary; W. H. Camdm.' N. Y.I; A. Owen, Minneapolis, Miss Brewy Hensdale, Mont.i; Marv -Bcancheim, Ak-x. Bui-rell and wife. Cho- teau, Mont.t; J. M. Tolander, Warner: J. W. Russell, Minot, N.D.I; T. H. Morrison, Bostoni; A. W. Trickey, P. D. Spring, Calgary; H. W. Bowe-. Burdelta; T. A. Underwood, Grassy Lake; J. C. Allan, Toronto; C. JC. Snowden, Percy ,Cope, Calgary; G. i N. Nelson, B. C. I -'LETHBRIDGE-Mrs. J. Willard Taber; Miss Marshall, J. G. McDiar- mid, Toronto; Thos. R. Swift, Cal- gary.; G. L. Macintosh, Winnipeg; D. W. Alack, C. H. J. C. McNish, Strathcona; J. Richards, Edmoatoni; W. Froste; Frank H. -Mayberry, 'Moose .Jaw; H. W. Billings, E. W. Spcrcc, f: Calgary; F. Simpson, Nelson; Berg i Ellicgson. Magratli; Wm. G. Hill, Queensville, Onl.i; George 0. Reid, I Townsend, Mont.; H. A. Suggitt, Coaldakj; W. C. Stirling, Calgary; W. C. .Mitchell, Vancouveu; Frank .S. Ritchie, Pineher Creek; Fred Stone, Spokane; Chas. Kopas, Bowen, Nanton. Burton, W. A. -Bur- Cardston; C. "V. Cal- ftary; A. Cazier, Cardston; George Rollins, M. Doupe, Cherokee, TowaK Thos. H. Woolford, Cardston; 'Si Barkley, .R. A. Van Taber; Eiias- R. Slingsl-ey and wife, London, Eng. McMillan and child, David McMillan, .George Mc- Millan and wife, J. L. Work man, Samuel 'New Dayton; W. H.- Megredy, Lacombc-; I-L J. Thyken, J: Kaspare, Wm. Spaun- baur, T. W. Rouse, H. River; Mrs." A. L. Anderson, Ponoka. CASTLE-R. R. Hoffman, Medicine Hat; Geo. Parker, Calgary; A. N. Me- Nichol, Winnipeg; Roy L. Folson, Cardston; W. H. Carpenter, Mar-em, Iowa; M. .Mandeloii, --Luck- Strike. Alta.; W. Wilson and wife, "Wetaski win; Chas. McDonald, Lacombe. BALMORAL William' Stevens, Diamond Citv, Altaj; .Sam Arm- strong, Miss Lavine, Winnipeg; W. H. Millar, Warner; N. 1 DARLINGTON Vulcan; S. Henderson.' THE SAFETY OF "FROIH-TIVES" May Bi Taken For Yiirs For Young and Old Nature's gifts do us good, if f.loth was overlaid with single pink iweet pea iblossoms, rose buds and sprays of maiden hair fern. After lurches tares tables of bridge were and after several games played the honor favors were award- ed Mrs. J. O. Wilson and Mrs. Nai- smuu. guests included: Mesdames Naismith, J. O. Wilson, Conybeare, T. F. O'Hagan, Seatle, E. H. Wilson, D. Snaw, Anderson and T. L. Ma- soxi. Mrs. D. H. Elton is entertaining at 0_ _ _. .._ dinner tnis evening as a courtesy to judiciously. We eat bread from baby- Mrs. R. J. Gordon, who leaves in a with the greatest benefit to our health. So loo, we eat fruit in season and are better for the change of diet. This it true, because stidi things are the natural .foods and drink of mankind. It is for this reason that "Fruit-a- lives" for years in correcting tome ill of the body. As is well Vnorn, "JFruit-a- is mode of _the jukes of applet, the east. If you had trouble with Cake it was not Cowan's. child can ice cake perfectly, in, three Eight delicious Sold everywhere. Ac CMUN Ct. TORONTO. _ and runes. Just as fresh fruit may be eaten at every: peal; so Fruit-a-tives may be tik'ea every for 20 years or with the greatest btceflt. _TW absolute safety of lias been a great factor in ita tuccesa. Those .who srifFercd with chronic trou- as Constipation, Dyapepsk, etc.. naturally took a number of boxes of Fruit-a-tives As they became better, they that .ipstead of being compelled to increase the dose as in most medicines, 1h.ey were decreasing it, and gradually taking fewer doses. a box, 6 for or trial ?.y. At dealers, or sent on receipt of price ty ;Fmit-a-tiyes. Limited, Ottawa, Snake Valley-fF. en, Hearnleigh; -A. .E. Alcock; Moose' WINDSOR W. "S. Blackmer ami .H.- Monette, Montreal; Jt. Bi -CooriefvGreat' Falls; Olaf Anderson, Burdett; Oscar Geo. R. Melbourne; Great Falls; M. Wpodlock. Quebec; P. 'Q.; Or Bqe, Carmangay; Karl T. Wi- .keirc, G reaf Falls; G. Mills, Milk River; F: .1: Green, L., G: nifrcd-; James McGuire, Stirling; "Jas. Edited by Phone 1052 t I SOCIAL: AND PERSONAL Visiting Days -The. -hostesses tomorrow will be: J4rs. W, 808 Glyn St. Mrs.' W. Nelson, 531 Burdett St. tomorrow.' ceive' tomdrtow; _ O'Hagan will not receive Austin will not re- Mrs. H. Hoiher Gay will, not receive tomorrow. fas. -j. ;S. Stewart, 631 Burdett St., but- on the A nf second day-.. of November. Mrs. w. J. McCambly, Crabb street, Fri'dav afternoon and thereafter on. -the second Thurs. day 'ofr-each month. TORONTO DICKERING TQ- BUY STREET RAILWAY Toronto, Oct. re- presenting the board of control and city council met the president, J. 100S Gourtland street; will receive informally .iomor- Peg- Lost Lake; Bert ,-Wmm- tiine before she SMALL FIRE LAST EVENING The fire, department received :a. tele- Ford St. Fiie Hall rl Phone 1181 --COMPULSORY EDUCATION John, N.-B., Oct. .Ojiicer'; McMann'-is sending circulars to Jnercaants warning them that they prosecuted if they employ boys -or under. fourteen years. _ J V'fU. wm. the Toronto St. phone call yesterday afternoon "from Kan-way Co., to discuss the 'question store. The reels im- of .of-the roid; bj- rhe'r ran around, to J. city. .Mr. MacKenzie told the -civic B.ook store in t-he Whitney officials Uiat he 'would' recomm-nd Thirs Ave. No signs of a seders se.fas .soon'aB tne city is ready, to. Jake over the. George W. ttobinson from where it propeny. No pricie was suggested, i turned out the call had been sent- A The tranchise. held 'by the company has twelve years yet" to run; DEAD WILL NU.MBER. TO ABOUT FIVE HUNDRED aeaudette, Oct.' dead' bod- quantity of paper and other rubbish had become ignited at-the rear of the store and a quantity of smoke given, off. It was extinguished, however, when the department arrived. Yo.ur cough annoys you. Keep on hacking and tearing the -delicate mem- ,uc UccvU. OOQ." u les recovered here now number four and five hundred. I Cough Remedy. Sold by all druggists' Lightweight Peerless Folding Tables are unequalled for luncheon, cards or O tables: 'With or without felt tops. Golden- oak or early English finish. Standard Furniture Co. 324 7th Street South Phone 483 Inspect- our specially selected and varied stock "of r upholstered and plain seated Golden Oak Diners. Our Fall Carpets and Rugs are j list .'being opened. Bcau- aesigns. leaves to spend the winter in the east. Mrs. Vi'bert Gerald Younghusband will receive for the first time at her new home, 635 Cutbill -street, Friday afternoon and thereafter on the fourth Wednesday of each m'outu. Miss .Jackson will receive with her. and Mrs. Berry have re "from a two visit to .Brandon. Man. Mrs. E. Culver and daughter Lillian of Calgary, are the guests of Mrs. T. B. Keuter, 621 Coutts street Mr. and Mrs. H. M., Whiddington and 'baby returned last evening from a few weeks' visit in Strathcona. 5! 3J Mr. .and Mrs. T.. S. McKenzie are home from a ten days' .visit in Spo- kane and other points in -Washington. Miss Grace McLeod returned yes- terday from a two weeks' holiday at Arcoia, Sask. Mrs. H. B. Sallee of Chin, is visit- ing'Mrs. F. R. Twelfth street, tor a week. Mr. Agnew visiting with -Air. Sallee for a week at Chin. Airs. Robert Ormond of Pineher Creek returned home yesterday after- noon after spending ten days visit- ing ner mother, Mrs. T. L. Davies, Fifth avenue south. -Airs. H. Homer Gay will leave to- morrow for Saskatoon, where she will attend W. C. T. ij, convention. J. and Mrs. Higinbotham left. Toronto on Tuesday and expect to arrive home Friday. They, will reside at the Sixth Ave: home of Mr. and -Mrs. iV J.' Gordon, who are go away for' the winter. Tomorrow evening the Lethbridge Lawn Tennis Clab will hold their tirit annual ball in the Caledonian hajl. The, committee is composed of Messrs. E. J. G. Robertson, W. K. .Seatle, J. A. R. Rome, E. Jackson and' W. K. Newcomb. Mrs, Mark Beards will hold a draw- :hand painted articles and'.pyro'grap'hie .work at her horns, j 305 Ashmead, street, tomorrow morn- ling', afternoon- and evening. Mrs. ueartis', artistic work has always found .ready sale and this year she has', greater array, of aairiVy things, than ever. Among the pretty articles shown yesterday were hand painted needle, doily, clipping, silk sk'ein and stamp books, beautiful hand painted water scenes and ex- quisite colonial :heads. A- pretty nov- elty which 4s .much admired 'by, her iriends is a-beautifully designed burn- ed wood waste paper basket done in CONVINCING EVIDENCE OF QUALITY Five Hoses Flour "Always Good and Good All Ways." "Unbleached yec white as snow. FIVE ROSES M9 de lis and tinted a deep purple; it is -most striking. Other articles which, will appeal to anyone, are large serving, "trays... beautifully burned and painted and litted with heavy brass handles. Mrs. Beards makes a specialty of- dinner, dance and tally cards and has a wide range of o shapes and designs. Heretofore at the holidays Mrs. Beards' work has :been 'displayed by J. D. Higuxbotham and Co. and McDonald and Co. CLUBS-AND SOCIETIES The Ladies' Aid Society will meet: with Miss H. Gunderson. 718 Third avenue, tomorrow after- noon at three o'clock. ___ --..The- -Anglican Young Peoples' As -sb'ciation- "of: SL--. Cyprian's churcH held an interesting: meeting in the church evening. They-will hold an- other'session Monday next. The 'Girls'" Club-and young men of S.t.v-- Andrew's- congregation, North LiethDrtdge, will'hold a concert in hall-on-Thursday, Nov. 10. V Tf The St. Patrick's Altar Society .are planning to hold another pleasant card socials on Mrs. Gay is the delegate local union. from the Mrs. .Mewbum was the hostess at AAviitJuii 3 terday of ten covers. The attractive luncheon table was centred, with a snower 01 Killarney rcah; and the The Ladies of Lethbridge May Now Grow Beau- ttt'uJ Hair Albena Drug and -Book Co.. backed up by the manufacturers of SALVIA, the Great Hair Grower, guarantees it '.o grow hair. SALVIA destroys Dar-dnjff in ten days. The roots of the hair are so nour- she'd and fed that a <-.rop of hair springs up, to the amazement and de- jght of the .user. The hair is made oft and fluffy. ail American preparations SALVIA "is daintily per umed. It is hard to find an actress who does not use SALVIA. continu- A large bottle for 50c. of their Monday evening, October 17th, in St. Augus- tin's parish hall. V St. Mary's Ouild met yesterday af- ternoon at' .the -home of Mrs. Nim- mons. Thirteenth street north. The afternoon was spent in active work for the coming bazaar to be held the early part of November. -s A well attended meeting of the Westminster Epworth, League was held last night The subject evening was "Fruitfulness." arid splendid papers were given by Miss I. E. Austin and Mr. C. Harding. Kev. and Mrs. A. A. Lytle visited white's school district yesterday and assisted in reorganizing the Ladies' Aid Society in that community. The officers elected were: President, Mrs. .Brewer; vice-president. Mrs. .reasurer, Mrs. Weston, and secre- ary, Miss McClure. The first social gathering for the ;eason will be held on Friday even.- ng, Oct. .21, at the home of Mr.' and JAlrs. Corry. Hereafter, regular meet- ings will be held on the afternoon of the second Thursday of each month and social evenings will -bp held on the last Friday evening of each month. Tne autumn bazaar held in the