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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ^atiirilay, OotoHiei- 1ft, lftl2 THE I.ET11BRIDGE PAILT Af]y�AIi|i COITCO BY ''INO-r>HONRtl Ofrte*, iat4 t:-:: WttWwm flW WHEN MADE WITH ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR After aear/Utiig everywhere this oIU lady at lai^t trlert our' rioui'. Her- oiperJcnco la aiimmod up In the word "dcIlclOus.'' Your verdli;t/wfll be the flaino. Try a snok today-It saves trouble,, time, mouoy aud temper. It 1b the careful ho)iBOWlte'� friend. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MJLLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAQRATH i I I 1 1 % 1 i I ti :l I' t| "I i wl ^\ *1 DELICIOIS Ba Order.s filled prompt-Iv Tor Bread, Cakes, Pastry Salp every Saturday. Mi's. J. B. Itichnnlson 528-12ih St. S. It IS Top Every Time! Supreme above all others in quality - raised, by merit aloiie. to that proud eminence - Alberta's Best Baking Powder is uniform, pure, fresh-it is Invariably dependable. Your grocer knows it-ask him. Proven Quality When choosing silverware it^ isbotheconbmynndsatisfac-tion to purchase ROGERS BROS. Thia brand, known at , "sufferPlate that Wean" j ranlia fust in quality and ' lias been best for over j 60 years. Made in the heaviest grade of plate.^ ' Sold isy Lesdina Dcclc EXPRESSES GRATITUDE Weuteuunt Goveriinr Bulyea has ro-iik' window in LftthbridOe? Not on Fifth street op Third avtnue, ncr in N6rth L�thbridge, Though, to be sure, there are fine big thow windows alt about this elty. But thia particular window shows week tii, week out, an exhibit ef all the world's produsts. A merchandifte display including everything from diamonds to motor cars-from luscious fruits to furnaces. You can held this great show window,in your hand-pass It about the family group-pick and choose of Its individual wonders as your fancy bids. And It goes Into your home at a time when you have leisure to study itt mAhlfoid efferings. It is the display advertising of the Lethbrldge Daily Herald. Do you fully appreciate the value te you of this great show window? Do you realize that it tells you what to buy and where to buy It, and keeps you posted on the diotiitee of fashion? Have you not found that the Herald's advertising columns save you time and money? If you have not learned this lesson, look over today's advertlso-ments, and profit, as thousands of others are doing. Learn how you can buy nearly everything most economically through these advertisements. The Herald can be your shopping agent-can help you buy to best advantage-can Increase the buying power of every dollar ^ou spend. But only by reading all the ad-vertisementa can you secure the widest choice from the greatest variety. Why buy haphazard? Why buy of those who do not advertise for your benefit? It is for your-benefit-because merchants who advertise do the bigger bualnen, empty their helves oftener, and so have the fresher, newer goods. Doing a bigger volume of business than the men who do not advertise, they make smaller profits on Individual sales, and your expenses are decreased. They' back up their advertising with their reputations, and stand or fall as they live up to the promises they make in print. Their stores are bright and brisk and active. Their service is good. Their salespeople are intelligent. IVIerchants who advertise do it for your good as well as their owni Increase the dollar power of your income by learning the true value of Lethbrldge's greatest hop window-the Daily Herald. Ff 1 were hanged on the liiBlicst hlU Mother o' mine, motlier o' mine! I know whcsc love would follow me still iMoUinr o'.niine, 0 moUiec o' mine! If I were drowned itv the deepest sea Mother o' mine, mother o' mine! I. knowwho!�i tcurs would coinc down Mother o' mine, O mother o' mine! If I w�rc dHmncd of body and ,houI Mother,o' mine, mother o' mint! I: knowi whpsc. prayers, would nmlfe niej whole, Mother o' mine, O mothpr a' nilnts! ............-Kljilinti, ..... , . .� .* . , Mrs,'.J, H. Wallace has goni; on & trip to .Spoliauc. .   * Mr, niid Mrs, KcHy,. of Spring Coulee, will be guests with Mrs. William .StalTord for the Congress, � * * Mr, K. K. Allison, of Sasltaloon, is tlie guest of his sistcr-in-law, Miss Wav, durini; Congress,  � * Mr. .f. A, Camphcll, of Toronto, is a guest for ttt'o or thtcc wdftks with Ills sister, Mrs. (S. P. Gofi.  *. * Mrs. A, M. Wright, of Medicine Hat, will be a guest it'lth Mrs. U. A. Wright during ConRtcKs. Miss M. a. Clcitdenan, of the VMm-cr's Advocate, Winnipej, is a visitor in the city In Congress.. , connection with the ,n id m 10 )e Is )n Mlsg Stella Uurns, of Calgary, arrived in the city yesterday afternoon, and is the guest of MIfis K. Roy.  *  Mr. and Mrs, C. IM. ArnoKl, of lUooliS, will arrive this evcninR to he guests With Mr, and Mrs. 0. I.. Vrooman during Congress wceli,   � The Hon. Ciinnrd SUton is entertaining at luncheon in Ottawa on Saturday, October 2Bth, at the Mtmt Club, the opening day of the club's races, when the Qovernor-Oencral, the Diichuss of Connaiight and I'rincfcss Patricia will he present.   t Mr. and Mrs. Angus JtcCrimmon, of St. Thoinam, announce the engagement of their daughter, Isaboiia, to Mr. Dickson Davidson, of Petenbor-uugh, th� marriage to taico place on October 19. HcrKlcy MHea- The nuptial knot was tied by I)t.. Eraser. Mr, and Mrs. Miles left, for Victoria, where they will make their future hoinc.   * WUIOHT-OHANOIC A quiet wedding took place Wednesday afternoon in Augustine church, when Florence Adelaide, daughter oi the lato William Orange, of New-burgh, Ontario, ""was married to Vulgar Ainslec Wright, of Edmonton, son of Mr, and Mrs, Orange Wright, of Renfrew, Ontario, Hcv, (i, B, Wilson olhciated, assisted by I'ev. Mr. Little. The bride, who was given away by her aunt. Lady Aylcs-worth (Toronto), wore her travidUng siiit ot navy blue serge, the coat cp-enlng over a waist of Iting blue chiffon, veiling shadow lace. Her hat, of king blue silk beaver, was trimmed v ith a ffcather mount ol tile s.anie (hade. After an informal reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs, l^lb.^t Ivsling, the latter a cousin of ihe '.irulo, Mr, and Mrs, Wright left for rua,?o I e-forc going to their home ii, I'dmrn-ton. Lady Aylesworth, of Toronto, the, bride's .lunt, and Mrs. iJ, 10, Keeloy, of Ilosmcf, U,  The \*6'ung Men's^ Class Of Wesley church Sunday school will meet tomorrow. All young ir.'en are invited to be present and enjoy an hour of Bible study ilrtdcr the tuition of Jlr V. C. .Jennings.  t * A Dry-Fanning special of "The Western Star, which will in future be published semi-annually by the Lcth-bridgo High .School Literary society has just been issued and is a most creditable publication. The stall' of the Western Star includes ; Kditor-in-Chief-Mi.s.s Lettice Bcnt-icy. Assistant Editor-.Miss Luclla Cas-cadcn. Business Manager-C. E. Sherlock. .Vssistant Business JIanagor-Campbell Aird. Circulation Manager-Fraser Mc Adam. Ex-Pupils' DepartnuMit-Miss Bennett. ^'Ubieties', Department - Campbell Aird and Frances powers. Tho society has taken as its motto "Hitch your' wagon to a star", s.nd the aiiu ot tho Western Star is to 'get tho people ot Lethbrldge interested iu the High scliool and to show them that our school is working along lines, which will turn out men and women, of whom our city rmd country may well be prhud.' The periodical, which is puMlslwd by tlie Herald, is neatly and iirtistic-ally arranged and contains cuts ot the past chairmen of the school board and the present iniucipals ot the schools. � A nunAor of the merchants arc (riving it support and the success of its future seems assured. Piepfure For The Dry-Farming ress INTERESTING GROCERY ITEMS Witli the Ji^nr appi'o,{i,ch of the Bry' Farming' Congress and Thanksgiving this is tile time oi" the year \yhon the grocery storecan help yv6nts. / Ypii wi]! get the proper food.s if yoti come here, for it is our constant aim to make this (Irocery BepartnitJiitt a bqtter one, a more desirable sonrtTC of'supply, and eflicient aid to |lirifty housewives^. aim at perfection in all details-in quality, price and service. If you are not already a customer, we .solicit-ac opportunity to please ��you.' -  ;. .....''v HUDSON'S BAY TEA, "Seal of Quality'* brand, aib tins ........ $1.25 TETLEY'S TEAS, 30c, 35c. . 4dc, SOe, i^c, 70c, and 91-00 per pound. BLUE RIBBON TEA,,per tb. .......... ........40c. 8ALADA TEA, per tb. 40c n#.BOc. LlPTON*S'TtA, per �b. per bot. 38c. CANNED SOUPS- . ' Van Camps, Itfit tin .. 15c. Heinz, per tin........ 20c C. fc B. per tin ..... %Wt. Llbbey'8 per tin ..... ISe. COCOAS- !4fb. ViXh llli.' Fry's, per tia i20c' 30c lOc Iy>wuey�i Un 18c : 25c - Cowan's, per tin  26c 50e Baker'a per tin 30c 59c CANNED FISH AND MEAT Large assortment ot best aunllty,canned fish and meats aiao ffultB and vcgetabies.^ SAUCES Per BotUe Hudaons'Bay Sauce.....a9e. Holbfook'8............ lOe. . Left & Perrin'B ... S5e A 68c Pan Van...............30c. Punch ................. 29c. H. P. .................25e. Farrows,...............50c. Large assortment of Huntley and Palmei^'e Blioulta. Phone 313 Girocery Phone 313 0 CHUKCH SERVICES ST. ANDftEW'S CMUJtCtt-Corner 13th street and 7th avenue north, Sunday services at 11 a.m. and T.HO p.m. R-av. William Dewar will preach. Sunday acbooi at 3 p.m. All are welcome. FIRST Church of christ. SCIENTIST-Royal Bank block. 11 a.m. Wednesday evening testimony meeting 8 p.m. I'he reading room Is open to 'everyone every day from throe to five p .in ISveryone is cordially Invited to attend. Vn'ESTMINSTBR CHURCH (.ME-THODIST)-Rev. Joseph Woodsworth pastor, will occupy the pulpit at both services U a.m. and 7.30 p .m Special Harvest home addre'-jses. Sunday school and Bible class at 3 p.m. All are heartily welcome. ST. PAUL's FIRST LUTHKRAN- At the hoirte ot Rov. C. Grant, 1509 (ith avenue south. Sunday, October 20. Sunday school 2.30 p.m. .No services, pastor will be away In Taber. FIFTH AVICNUE BAPTIST CHURCH, Corner Dthn venue and 18th street N- Rev, C. B, McKlnnon, paetoi*. 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday school, 3 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m. Choir practice, Thursday 8 p.m. All are welcome. GHRISTADELPHIANS - At 1'2C7 8th ave. A. 3., every Sunday afternoon 3.80 for breaking ot bread. Further Informntlon cftn be obttilned from Mr. Sidney T, Bajtstord, 038 Twelfth street A North. THE FIRST BAPTIST CHUKCH Will hold Sunday fiorvlces In tha Morris Theatre at 11 a.m., and 7.30 p.m. Rev. A. C. Watson Will preach In the morning, subject "Another kind of Dry-Farming." In the evening H. C. Spoiler of jMooae Jaw, will preach, aub-jeot, "The Man of. Nazareth for the Man of Canada." Bible school will be hold is the church at 3 o'clock. ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH, ANGLl-CAN-Corner 8th avenue aud lUh street, Rev. Cation McMlllen, rector. Sunday school and Bible claaa 3 p.m. Communion S.30 a.m. on the flr. cordially invited I" all the services'c? the church. DISCIPLES OF CHRIST.-Special Rally Day eervioea at the Sunday School sesaion, consisting of special songs, i^ecitationB, etc., at 10.30, Fol-j.ltfwJnB this will bo preaching smlce conducted by the Pastor, '.Mr. J. B. Plokel, whose nubjeot will b�. "Tlie Way'of Exaltation." The subject of the address at 7.30 p.m. will be "Sin." All Kte Invited. Whenever you feel a headache coming on take NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers They stop headaches promptly and aurely. Do not contain opium, morphine, pheiiaoelln, acetinlHd or other dangerous drggs. 25c, a box at your Druggist's. * 135 NATIONAL ORUa AND CHEMIcai. CO, OF CANaea, kIMItlP. ;