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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page THE LETIIBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Sal in-day, Odobrr 25, 11) 115 j; Household Si l! NEWS OF DISTRICT RAYMOND O. Kins. I I ihe II. 1. Planting houe, cited bp lie Yountr family. 1 ilush, of Hie Van- ch.Hirman Board. d. Oft. of the Raymond School j: w day accoreol A signal Honori ar r.tlv at the annual convention ot the Alberta Teachers' association, he was unanimously elected jyresUeat of that urbanization. Mr. King Is at vresect lu Victoria, H.C.. i as a suest of the Trustees' as- ,soc.iliiou et Uie COIM province. The provincial organization will undoubt- t-Jly have sufficient opportunity to realize that their choice In Mr. King was a JOCK! one. for If theie is one who has the educational Interests of the coini'nuilly at bean it is he. With resi-oiiEibltity and greater a surfriso ou when. he went to Lelbbridje and re- ruins the cantata: "Christmas at Roseniirj' Cwtla" to lie gtveu at Chrlstmts time luttMil of the res- ular program and tree. Too .school was closed from Vi'eO. until alter Thanksgiving. [luce .Macbellcnd Epeut TlmnVsstv- In. Calgarr. S. McXea! visited here for a few days at the Ilurnan Uouie, returntug turned ivl'.h awife. They will I've In to his homestead In Montana on the Kasuiussen house In Ihe diy. .Mrs. Juo. Cbrlsllansou of this place, who has been ill for some lluie at the Gait lu Lethbrldse, jiasseJ last Friday evening. The body as taken, on Saturday, to Calgary past corner of town. The people of Barons wish them all possible bap- pinefs. iilsi i'oole. teacher of the Karons school. Miss Greenlaw, teacher of the llaJjer flats school, and W.j. Tvacke, "here interment was made lo the- fe- teacher at school, all attended tho teachers' conference urday night. W. K. Hatfield and family returned entarycu. o------- scope Ws usefulness ivlll be cores- ou Tuesday trom Uunmore. with thei leetery there on Sunday. The sor- rowing family have the sympathy of this vicinity. The Eve tfeeks old baby of Mr. iira. Brown ol CaTlstadt died at the J. M. I'eters home Friday nlsht. Purn. eral services w-ere held at the NYhllo church on Sumlny afternoon, Mr. officiating. In- The best meal will be spoiled if the coffee be of poor quality. will save even u poor from being u failure. CHASE 01 SANBOKN Montreal. [pcmiiusly broadened. i household goods, and are now seltlecI; (j Oftra house has in the Uarser house. Mr. Halfleld is bee'i as a ball room, aud; busy getting his building read; .on November 12 It will Ue the scene open, the new pool room, and expects j Md daughters autoed Henderson Carago at. LethLrWae for joY'a brilliant function, viz, the an-j to be ready for business on Mondaj. -I ou Epcnt; us auto. --The deal..vas put Harold Ilunfen JcoV In tilcture Ehows at Lethbridge on Monday. K. Lea has his house cc- i -by the Tyaebe family to the CJsnerou. of. was a i a Manaser _ ousinesa visitor in Barons on ftiday j 'Tllll nr the Moffatt and Saturday ot last week. Corporal Cooper was doivn from oa'Friday and pinched a jtome. The Dr. wt'nl over on Sunday I morning and returned the family Monday night. iMr. nnd Mrs. J. O. Brldgnnn by Grant, little daughter Kditll. hesiUlal there.. A. C- Mi-ndenlinll, one of the load- ins real estate men of canii: on Thursday morning to look after business interests here. Cars yre again to como For Sale by GEO. KERR CO. nual tiall cf the raUway trainmen of the Macleod division, is making preparations for the couircodatiou of'.over three hundred guests. The railway men nnJ their ftirads will.make the trill in n ________ ____ __________..... _____ lal train, and no expense will be drunkr' He was i ;nd nridgman will lo remein-; lo Calgary; 'Mr. J.Mrs. 11. I'.' creased considerably and we belino cd to nsake it of the most Welsh Ihe next day and fined j tcreii here as Mrs. Win. Hatlield. I Millarrt ;uul Mr. and Mrs. J. CI. May- Ihe town Is now the largest it cvi-r A' good.'mauylbl the rlklrons Iliiruns, iwi-nly-iiie arriving spenl town' Wednesday. The farmers nrc ugnin' uhlle a spent the hauling In wheat and we hoiic limi day chicken liunlinV.-' 1. :il. '.Black the cur shortage Is over. by the name of Keller E0oil tTora south j.-.iood, Mr. Minew; aud Jos. Co'.vle went I The imputation or Uarous has in. fetes of the social season. While: :lic dance be an fah-, will and costs. will reside in Mrs. llridsman's. nard wi-ul.'o. I.ethbrMgc. invitation af-.l. .J. teacher the wheat- house in the south side of the town. !o COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Blue Ribbon pure food products are the standard of quality and purity. Theretjsiio "just as as the best. _ Bine Hibnon.Coffee and.Baking'rowder arc.sold are all other Blue Ribbon'Goods, guaranteed give.perfect Eatlsfacilon. RESCUERS WERE LOST -_- M_ Oct. of the helineted rescuers in Stag Canon raine number two, were lost in tne -wprning early today and are believed fo' bB dead. TTVO others Tjrlio acconi- panied them were brought out. bare- ly Volunteers at once becan rearchlng for the missing men. BE TAME. (Washington" Star.) "Do you think your wife will be hap- py, when she gels tbe admitted, provid room to modale comfortably the visitors from; the coming railway.centre. i The Second Ward M.I.A. held its i regular fall opening last Tuesday ev-, ening. and judging from the slowing; reiu-ittis heard on the street Uie neit, morning it was one grand affair. A splendid programme musical lilerary numbers was rendered, games and folk dances were enjoyed, ar.d a most delicious luncheon was served in the course of the evening. The Second U'.ird baa a'j uncommonly lire set of mutual workers and their labors this coining season should be I most them.- Among ins j class leaders this year Is Prof. Bram- jweil. ahd-ir. view, ot his having made j j a special study of the line of work to' be pursued, namely, the formulation and development ot character, the stu- dents ousht to resp rich rewards (or tue time expended. If Dame Rumor is correct, their will be at least two very pretty weddings j solemnized in Raymond shortly. The principals in these happy events are _ Miss Jlyrtle Court and MT. i of betbtaidge. and Mlzs. Grace Shields J. B.. HanOKk'. both of the 1 Sugar City. MUs Wasiien and Miss Eva Sfcouson vrera visitors to Lctb- bridge for a_couple of days this week, j '_ The Scbuucrt Symphony" 'Chicago "play in Raymond nei't Satur- day evening, this' Is the only Inslance in the entire tour o'f'ihis high-class company that they have'jEft the main line to pluy a country, town.'--.TSey. will mate the trip irpm Lethbridge to Raymond by auto, tetumisg after lie performance.' ll'la eip'ccted-tblt. there'will be a number ot people'from Miss Kutl. Oessner! has boon visit In I.clhbrldsi: .for about hag SU new families have moved Into town In the; last oioulh and every IIOUFC in town IB W. Rnley. Becretary of the dated Uoarda of Trade at l land Center school, bas opened aj The ladles ot the church arc mak-.lng rela'.l school here, and sill tench Kng-i ing big preparations for the Auulver-, a week. typewrHias and sary supper lo lie held the H'lh of; N'othl'aij 1ms been, learned ;sn far A nice has already next month, nnd we arc sure tbc.'e of T. 11. Moore'a spenl Wednesday visiting the farmers and from the. lutereil tak'-lwill be no need of any going away stolen' from the street herb time 'of this, district. -Mr. Hndley Is trj-- cn EO far we believel t will prove a hungry lhat night. A'. team was also stolen from I lug to arrange with tlie fiiriuers lo success Six or seven who have never Miss D'agmar returned the street'in'Carmtm'say. 011 .Mondar unko up a shipment of barley for on KlaUrday from Clarcsholra where' nisht-anil no trace- has yet been England ho can set Uieiu TvHh it.. ;v i at least lo cents per bushel more for Mr..and Mrs. to Ihts grain than they are getting at ''''to visit their., present. attended English schools are al- tending, ai to Them; I'm stie Mr. Meekton. ".Vle'rely going to the poils and casting a tinllot 'will seem pretty tame compared to organizing .tiese great suffrage dfemonstrations-." Week -End Specials AT Bawden Bros. A lot of odd chairs Down" to See our window display. 75c A WELL MADE KITCHEN CHAIR that retails al 11.15; Sale price A COMFORTABLE ARM value at; Sale Price'.............................. AN, ODD OAK upholstered leather slip Beat aud upholstered back. Regular Sale. I W THESE AUE .IL'ST A AKK MAXY JIOHK JUST A3 UOOU VALUES. Masratli'.ih attendnnce, OS this is splendid 'opportunity of hearing- one of the finest musical organizations .in the country. President'and Jlrs. H. S. Allen, and their son lleher, returned home'from Ulah last'.erenlng. lleber 15 imich improveil in liealth. End .he -will-likely be aolo to take !ip his iluties'oii the K.. A. raculty after the CnriEtmns ho: itlays. Furniture bottle "Veribrite" Polisli, NKWS 2-15 Threshing will soon be a" work'ol the past in this community. The yield as a rule has been very good wjierj the land was farmed right; many fields of wheat mating an average of 50 hiiBhels and over. Miss Isabel Gallov.ay, is j iin'g EChool In this dlstricl, attended. Teacher Inslitule at LethbridKe, Thursday and Friday of lost Veek. Gtorge Snapp of Warner and MIES Geii Snapp of -Montana were i visiting Mr. and Mrs. U Snapp Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Burrows were calling on friends in Warner Saturday ar.d Sunday. Thanksgiving was observed in the usual -manner I" this district Ity a meeting In Ihe School house; a short but well appreciated program nnd liBt.but not least a long supper. This is the tln-.o of toe year when Uie bachcllors get a chance to select a cook from the sample of food pre- icroc? by the different ones In order to malic wise choice, and Sirs. Cael and children left Tuesday (or Kureka, Mo., r-ear where they intend to make their future home. Although -Mr. and Mrs Cacl have lived in this neighborhood but a 'k'v monlhfi, leave a host o (rienda who unite In-wlshing them ev t-iy SUCCGSS in their new home. Gives Satisfacfion. Yv.r .........25c nnd 50c, TERMS In and let us show you you "can furnlah your home complete for'a smBll paymeftt down ar.d so Dutch per month afterwards. Bawden Bros. LETHMIDGE'S. GREATEST, HOME FURNISHERS 70? Jrd Avenue Ssulh. PHONE 625 13ARONS Jlarons, AHa., Oct. Ceci l.uclin' la Improving rapidly after'he operation for ?, j up' wllhln a day or two. Ilryan, j of Cfirmangay, and performed operation. Wm. Alexander returned on Satur- day from Agasala, where, no went lo Inspect some laud recently par- chastd, and to visit with relatives. Mr. Frailer, of Iron Springs, jins purchased the S. Nelson Implement business tm3 took possesalon on'Mon- day, The Fra7ier family will occupy Stanley Welsh, Seymor Welsh aud. UlhurlJge Tuesday COWAN PERFECTION HUTRITIQI nothing is more refreshing more completely satisfying. COWAN'S Perfection delightful blend of the iinest cocoa beans- is Every trace of the bitter _ shell is sanitary precaution is observed. In the spot- less Cowan Factory nothing but the choicest, most fragrant and appetizing part of the best is allowed to enter the tin that bears the well-known Maple Leaf Label. AT ALL GROCERS The. COW AN ;CO. Limited TORONTO, CANADA'. ;