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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THK DAILY HERALD ALL FIRST PRIZE GOODS IJLUI2 IMIMKKX TEA lilue Ribbon Coffee and Blue Ribbon Waking Powder Imve (he same good quality that Blue Kibuon Tea Is famous for. They are giiaraiit-aed superior to all others and if you buy any one of thosu articles you are at liberty lo return it and have your money refunded, but we know you will prefer to keen the souils. _________ _________ The Experienced Cook Says: "I use A 1 b e t: ta's Best Baking Powder be- c a us e I know from actual test .that it never fails me." You, too, will find it invaluab 1 c. Alberta's Best is Baking Pow- der whole- some, dependable right in quality and right in price, Ask Vour grocer for it. -WILL END IN SIX WEEKS BENNETT BURLEIGH PREDICTS THAT TURKS WILL BE VAN- QUISHED IN SHORT ORDER Sofia, Oct. scenes were witnessed yesterday at the stan ofth'e special uawspupcL' eorrusuond eats rfor froat. Some have ex Ira- ordinary outfits: they seemed more like men going on an expedition to th3 North Pole than to the seat of war iu a temperate climate. Experienced correspondents, aucii as Bennett .Burlelgh and Uie 'Marquis DeSegczac wfipe notable for sim- plicity of their costume. Tlie Ger- n's costumes were Uie most exag- gerated on the linos of "Miclmsl stage costume. Bennett Burloigh the war v.'j not last longer than six weeks, and I ho collapse of the Turks might bring th3 end "sooner. .REPORTED ON THE DOUKS AUTHORITIES ARE FEELING ALARMED Vancpuver. Oct. rnore, who appointed a special rojnmfsaionor for the British Columbia government to Investigate the pouk- hobors, has found thut morn than five thousand of them ,are now living in this prqvince. Lass than three thous- and of them ;iru living in f.hewan. During the last few years cine thousand Doulthobors left the community to become Independent farmers, jmd these are now doing very: well in Saskatchewan. I Washington, Oct. 22.- MILADI EDITED BY PHONEt: Offlc., itt4 The count loss iai'cs of the Kuddy with health or pallid browed, Kugcr with youth or wan with ago, Glowing with Joy, deep-lined and sage. Work-worn or .satin-smooth witli t.ise, Ucpelltiiit, or with lines that please, With eyes that dream back through life's tears, Of forward, flash to coming These make the city's streets to me A Jiving luring pageantry. The countless faces of the 'Kore them in awe mv head is h'ow- cd, Kor life's groat forcjs carve each line, And warring Upon them write mute tales that show ['he secrets all that seek may know. Suffering love, despair, delight, )in: or illumine them day and night. Though nature charms glow and Si cam, God's masterpieces still they F' .Miss JJakcr, Hill Spring, is the uest of Miss Edra Smith, Ulenclg 'owcr, for a few days. Mr.- ami Mrs. Edward Peck return- i tlicir ranch last evening. Mr. Heginald Sareil, of .Spring Cou- e, is a guest with his sister, Mrs. W. HurtleU. delegates to the Dry-Farming Con- Mr. U'. T. Townes, of Virginia, is a delegate at the Dry-Farming Con- gress. Mrs..Townes anil MissTownes have been residing in the city for some Unie past, but they and Mr. 1'ownes" leave this? week for Calgary, where they will make their future home. Mr. II. U. Mitchclli managing edi- tor of the Great Fails Tribune, anJ wife and -child, accompanied the Great Falls booster's delegation to the Congress. A number of "the girls, who part in the various dances at took the Mr. Charles V. Bennett, barrister.- i Prince Rupert, is the guest -.of his other, Airs. Bennett, 323 Eleventh Mr. L. K: Smith, of Boundary. reck, is. the guest of bis parents, and .Airs. U. S. Smith, Olenelg ower. Mrs. K. E. Heese, of Winnipeg, arid lihlren, Clara and Wilfrid; are icsts -with the former's mother, rs. M. Schweitzer, 535 Eighth St., Mr. and Mrs. Fraser, of Lacbmlie, rs. C. S. Pingle, of Medicine Hat, <1 Mr. Phil. McLcay, of Irvine, are with the Misses McLeajv Mayor Wallace, of High River, and IB. Wallace and Mrs. Turner, of ;otoks, are guests with Mr. and :s. -James Aird. Terpsifete last week, occupied boxes at the theatre for the per- formance of "Hillee Taylor" last evening, They were chaperoned hy Miss Bawden and "Miss Gladys Down- er. Hon. Duncan agriculture for Marshall, minister of .Alberta; and Mrs. Miss Leader, daughter of Mr. and C. D. Leader, has arrived from ineouver, where she visited for two are felt months en route home from a dear's for the safoliy of-the transport ]'crry..stky in California, which with 75 -marines and the U. S. from Oct. 12 off Uie coast of Santa Domingu, while she had been ordered to investigate the uprising there and interfere if American of foreign in- terests'were-endangered. Acting Sec- retary :.nlhrop today sent urgent despatches to all station.1; in Santo Mr. and Mrs.'Will Heeb, Mrs. ,los. Shirk, Mr. C. K. Tucker and Mr. Fred Tucker, of Centra! Illinois, are in the city during the Congress the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Ilech. The social feature of the evening is the reception in the auditorium, Domingo and Hayti asking informa- which tlie citizens of Lethbridge will tion of-the vessel's whereabouts. 'have an opportunity of meeting Marshall, arc guests with .Mr. Mrs. F. W. Downer, Westminster House, (luring Congress. Mr. and .Mrs. Downer are also entertaining; Mr. McMullcn, manager of the .Mer- chants Calgary. Mrs. F. Morden, of Keewatin, who' lias been on an extended visit to her mother, Mrs. J. Delaney, at 1010 2ml S., leaves for her home tomor- row. Prof. .Sproule, 'of .M-anitofca College, Winnipeg, is the guest of Mrs. J. B. 1100' 6th S. Mrs. Mur- ray expects Mr. and Mrs. Mills, 01 Hosmer, B. .C., tonight. Toronto Globe Dr. and Mrs. Les- lie Goleman anil soji, John Urquhart Coleman, leave on Thursday for their home in Bangalore, India, via Winni- peg, San Francisco, Honolulu and Ja- pan. Dr. Coleman is the Indian rep- resentative at the Dry-Faiming Con- ference In I.etlibi'idge. j t The engagement is announced at Wnliaml of Miss .Helena Marie, sec- ond daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. .1. Dillon, Titusvillo, pa., and Mr. Geo. I Angus German, eldest son of Mr. W. M. German, M-P. ami Mrs. German of Well and, marriage will: take place on October Ottawa Free Press: Mrs.. who recently returned from the Northwest, travelling all summer in the interest of the Canadian Handicrafts Guild, left j again, for Lctlibridge to represent, the Canadian Handicrafts Guild al ,tlu International Congress of whifch will te held there tins Mis C G K Nomine is icsulng HI- I vitations to a imisicalc and tea on! Friday afternoon to introduce Mrs. J J cliff, of Galeslnirg, -111., a most ac- complished musician, who will open a studio in this city. Mrs. Jeliff stud- ifid in Germany with: Klrtinwurl.