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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta M- DAILY TIKKAM) MAGIC BAKING POWDER THE STANDARD AND FAVORITE BRAND BAKIN6 EDITED 8V "INO" Office Phone 1224. Residence Phone 774. Vim Ktiminx'r from her golden collar slips, And .strays Mi (rough slulihlc fluids anil moans aloud. Mr. K. V. pooler spend the wcfik-tjnd in Calgary. lo Miss Ursula Archer returned this af- ternoon from Arrow Lalies. ..-CHUJRCH SEimCES Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day School 10.-80 a.m. at Knfgbts of Pythian Hall, Kifth St. St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church AFlrst mass at- S a.m.; second mass It. a.m. Evening service at p.m. 'No Sunday school 'during the holidays'. Knox Church, l.er. Rev. A. Gordon, B.D. Sunday Services, U a.m. anil 7.30 p.m. Sunday School at 10 a.m. All cordially wei- pome. Disciples cf persons who have been identified with the Dis- ciples of Christ elsewhere, are invited to meet at the home of Mr. C. S. Far- row, 512 Fifth St. South, Sunday Aug. 2Sth, at 3 ii.m. St. Augustin's Church of Corner- Sth St. and 2nd Avenue. Holy Communion at S a.m. Matins 1J a.m. Choral.Eucharist (1st Sunday) U a.m. Sunday school 3 p.m. Evensong 7.30 p.m. Wednesday evening service at eight, o'clock. Rev. J. B. Murrell- rectory 212 Sin St. south. St. Paui's First tlve home of Rov. C. .Grant, 1.509 Sixth Ave. South I'Courtland Sunday Sept. 3rd. Sunday School 2.30 p.m. Eng lish services I tun. and 7.HO p.m. Im- portant meeting of voting members after ihe evening service. Westminster A. A. Miss Hliuiclut Grimm returned yes- terday fioni a. pleasant two weeks' vacation spent a! BanfT. Miss Ruth Freeman home yesterday from the Arrow Lakes, where she i spent the summer. Mr. .Dawsim, of ,the Hank of Tor- onto, left- ioihiy lo spend the week- cud in Mr. A. J. Chapman, of Colling- Out., lias accepted a position at the lied Cross drug store. There will hr no meeting of Wesley Hpivorth Lcairue on Monday evening on account of >Jhe holiday. Miss ilcssic Campbell, Port St., left iliis afternoon nn a trip east, to visit at .her former home in bro, Out. Airs. II. IJoyd, Ifiirllett St., en- tertained informally yesterday after- noon. iu.st a few very intimate friends were bidden. Mr. R. nf tho News staff, loi'l. this morning for Great Fails, where he will he connected with the Daily Tribune. IVV'ss Driscojl. lias returned from she has been for the Marl) rat. late Koynl Engineers, of the Haunted Lakes, Alix, ,illa. The wedding was at Kno.v Calgary, yester- day at -I o'clock of I'.irold George Higrlow, of Illairrnorc, ami Miss Alice Grace of Calgary. Ki.-v. Mr. performed tin; cci'e- inotiy. Miss Clara Kdniston was the bridesmaid, and the best man was Uev. A. S. Tod, nf Blairmore. After honeymoon spent, at Ranlt, Mr.-umi Mis liigelovv will reside at Ulair- more. miifit rel.'uii t'o their schools, and the mothers must home lo took afU'r ;llitt lumsehold. There arc thn sons niulr daughters to bu made ready tit start off for college anil the hufmitc's coin i UK out" to ;ir range, j .j. Then, too, .Miladi must see to her I've-ning gowns for the autumn social season, with its many demands, is! even now upon her.. A series of receptions and enter- tainiKcnUjhavp been arranged for tlie A well known writer on social mnl- tei-B, who knows personally the peo- ple and affairs of tioelety, writes of the Queen as follows: "The promise of Princess Mary Is than fulfilled in ilm reality of Queen Mary. Such war. phr-j-je yes- lerday from one of thuso best ac- with Hie court. "Then- can bo no doubt that Queen has had ah extremely difficult. career. As ii girl was the coin- lianlon of her cheery brother, hut so- j citiHy she was suppressed hy the I ovc-rpowqring geniality of her remark- j able mother, whose volubility of man- nor was in curious contrast lo her NO HERALD ON LABOR DAY Owing.to Monday being La- bor Day and a public holiday, the Herald will not be publish- nd .Miss Itewden. Un- tomniTow morning. There. he no evening st-wice. The marriage of .Miss Alison Min- atfer, (if Cfladstone, nnd Mr. Dunning, fornwrly of the Merchants Bank KtaiT -.vithoiit the n.imcs of the donors, that ilieir iiamns cannot- he men- it-d hen- -in the list I'oi this week. nnd'everyone attend. Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, N. services: Public Jl -a.m. and p.m.; Sun- .Mary Cooper ia pop-: our "flooii-bye SumnuM-." Hnli-; as (he "marrying judge" ji few days bnforp rapidly.-rftturmng of -KanaaR. j ,o L 1 I as "-I nuptial knot. lied, ami .she pro-, Rev. Mr. H.D.. recent-1 it fi.i inns! of us n (lino .of acliv- bsMy morc mnrriases than ly alipointcd lo .work in :inrt rannpl j an.j' other person in the State.. pan, is in UliK cily on'Iiis.way to r Hr i rhirtninitli AlliiTla sprnrt niiy more linn1, in frivolous j In vnln Mrs. Cooper obllsins- tlir gurst of Stone, ly plncp ininistei''s cards on her conrl- llnl Messed he thai same-period nf walls. SlK' dm whieli lias. j-IWir.- us mnrrhige ImnlnnM. uvcnitc t' to i.. In not f a" .nly of en.husi- (liilii-i _ 011, rrom lln> inarrlage service, iunl j I uiinuevii tlie wonlii "UII ilrialli do us I lo rwnl "UII diniiii do na sep- .LAliilMUili'.iio.f; I.li6' vvinlei' lioiiii'.s.' Urolc." Sin will indent only Hie I-KK- Ash Kent, aml'Mi'mli llnij., third j falhiTF. of families nius'l wt illation tn" of two (lollarf. Ship Isn't lai.Kiitt-i of I.ieulenant-Coloncl E. L. back- lo thciv offices, the cliildrtn verf fnthuslaotlc over Ihe tuffrasa I A hns take'place in Oclolicr, lietween .loll l.aiiiharde, bite i I'eople are leaving the Oiii'e leghnenf, yniinRe.sl sen cil Kran- i "liile nil luges al.llie heaclie.s In One Quality Only THE BEST OF ITS KIND oay 1 TUESDAY a day full of interest to lady shoppers AT.THE BAY ny r One Price Only The very lowest con- sistent with boat qua- lities. Fashionable One Piece Dresses Make A Gorgeous Display Ladies should indeed have a Kood time on Monday insnectinK.our recent arrivals in one piece dresses. All the latest commands of Darae I ashion will he then displaj'ed. Beautiful indeed are t'.lip, colorings for this season and the styles are most becoming. Three Specially Attractive Models That Compel Admiration One wonderfijl creation in Peau do Soic of soft Copenhagen shideMl pirticularly tittractive, trimmed in a silk military Ijraid of the same deli- LUC coloring; it ajipeuls to the smartly dressed woman. This drew hai hrcG-quarter kfnibna sleeves, the cliffs nnd yoke are of 0r'COO tental silk lace, and the price is extremely modest Another model is in n fine Lustrous Black Silk, mado on.quite dap lines, with the new roll collar. Trimmed with Vienx IOSG silk piping; mndel is exceedingly low priced tit Yet another is a more simple sown in fine navy panatna, trimmed with, s IK braid (o match. It presents an exceedingly neat appearance. Lace ruffs ami yoltu to make this a most Btylish and becoming sown. Ail wlio yee this will marvel al the price b Tailored Suits Less Than Half r sto re v It A nUU have ai.v: only Tailored Suits !ofi over from smmm-r stock. bla'eli. pnnairh, 'navy' sergeii and fantry tweottrf. Tlifise very good value 'at Ami We offer iliem "only nt _____ STYLE VALUE QUALITY ;