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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Edited by 1M2 A number, of names have sent "in for the "At Home" day list. If yours not among them, kindly let me know your receiving days and when you will Btgin, at MAGIC BAKING POWDER INSURES PURE FOOD. opened tlie 1 j apanese ever fcrbudit into classy. Jl at yourse The Lethbride Daily 315 Crabb Street Exclusive Crockery and Glassware SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Miss Edith Prou'se left. today for Vancouver where she will spend some time visaing. Mr. and Mrs: E. N. Higinbotham have returned from a trip to and other Ontario points Mrs. A. Biiiiughurst of Manning Toronto, has returned home after spending the summer with'her mother, Mrs. A. Chapman, Bur-dett street. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Touns; Argyie avenue, and Mrs. Summer and I little daughter Catherine left yester- jday afternoon for. Coleman, "where they will camp for 2 fe.v days. Mrs. E. A. Cunningham entertained two tables at bridge Thursday even- ing for Miss Jeffries. favors 'were won -by Mrs'. Seade and 'Mrs" Heeve. Rev. T. J. and Mrs. Wray of Moos- omin, Man., will -arrive Monday from the coast and will -be entertained for __few days by R Humphries, Mr. Wray was formerly pastor of Wesley church, this and a host of friends win 'oe glad to welcome jiiiem to Let-abridge, if even, for "a j few days. _ Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Berry of Pincher Greek, accompanied their, children far as Leth-bridge on thq larter being en route ior the Ea'st'.re- turning to school Miss Gladvs -re- WHAT A VARIETY of good things to ea: are to be had frcai this bakery. READ OF THE BEST cakes .and "pies that rival the best that any mother ever made. If yew tried this bakery .once, we do not think you'would bother with home baking again. Why should' you when you get at least as good here without bother or as much expense. City Bakery Ford St. -Beside Fiie Hall Phone 1181 ll gg? turns to Kavergai Ladies' College, Toronto, and. Masters Bert and. Hugh to Upper Canada College of city. Mr. guests of Mr. R.' Pal-' CONVINCING EVIDENCE OF QUALITY Hye'Koses Floor "Always Good and 'Good All "Uflbleached yet white as snow." II ,1 II A. E. Lcadbetter Class; Pastry Cooks.; Round Old Candy Kitchen 'Our .meat. "pies, and cakes are the talk of the town.- 1.. Come try them -this week end. We could not'sup- ply .the rush-- with meac pies Jast Saturday. "But will haxre tons of .them, ready for you'." today. Look at our window and you will be pleased. Leadbetter's Noted Pie Shop s! CHUKCH SERVICES St. Auflustin's (Anglican) Htrfy communion S.SO Morning praye; with sermon 11 a.m. Sunday Schoo 3 p.m. Evening prayer with sermon T.30 p.m. (Holy Comiauaiou at 11 a m. on first Sunday in the month.) J. E. A., rector. St. Patrick's (Roman Catholic) Low mass at 8-a.m. with communion. Children's mass at 9.30 a.m. High at 11 a.m. Sunday school at 3 Evening service at The C, T. XI. meet every first and third Suii- day at.4 p.m. in the basement of the convent." The Ladies' Altar Society meets every second Sunday in the month at -t p.m. in the convent mer.. The .Ontario, ''residential open in a few days and the'Letbbrldge. boys who have been home for their. vacations sire studies. returning to resum'e Jack Ross and Gordon McBeth left yesterday morning for. Trinity Cot Hope. aid this evening Leveritt DeVeberv Fred. Downer jr.. Thompson- Whitney, Bbw Island. R. T. UFch; Monarch, .and Arthur Hepburn leave" for.-the East where they are also-students at'TriS- ity College school. Mrs. Mewburn gave a, delightful dancing party -last evening for. -her sons, Hastings and Arthar; they return-to' their schools; in ithe b'ast, Arthur leaving this evening for Trinity College school, Port Hope, and Hastings in a few -days'for Mc- "iil The rooms were -fragrant with the perfume from quantities of sweet peas attractively, arranged. Nead- ham's.' orchestra played.- a splendid programme for" the dances, 'which i were enjoyed in the roomy dining i room. The guests included a. few of j the young married folk and the young- jer set numbering, about forty. A she-has "divorced herself from'-the big 'The result is that she no- long- er'needs an--escort when The reasons for this are various. The week-end fashion- and -the motor-cat have-made as little luggage as possible a necessity." Yv'omen.too, dearly loves her taxi-' j _of-St.-Mary's Sunday, Holy Eucharist 9.30. Sundav School Choral evensong 7.30. Wednesdays and Fridays choral even- song Also on All Saints days. St. Cyprians lonung the new church will be dedi- cated be owned by members of thelV icngs. Since the shootings j no one cares take the respon- i Cupid's Court Dr. more .._ y of removing them. Last night! A" Wesley church parsonage on irsr. service was held in the old j Sauirday, Sent 2. the" Rev. E E CiiinarowD has a mission j united in marriage Michael c" jttobson of Calgary and Miss Emily Ox-Jand of ibis city. The contracting parties were attended -by the bride's oroiher and his wife, Mr. and jfrs" i Ernest Oxland. i ii.; -nnr-r ,lay whiip a shcop with r iatno iiitci.-iptinc: ;o' Ir- I-och Roag in iriimhed on to hack. v.T-h The ;i: latter tlrowncti. The con omfcaf that Halfateaspoonfu! you can buy. make a cup fragrant, nutritious flavor f ha characteristic of Cowan Lasr Saturday, Sept 2. at WAS- ;ey church parsonage, the marriage I took place of Henry Walkling of Leth- i lormerjy of Jtienieyon-Thames and Miss Kate Tuck, of fonaorjy of Burlington. E. L. j At Central Methodist parson- on Thursday. Sept. S, Miss Marv jAim Vickers, daughter of Mr and Mrs. William Vickere of Lion's YrSj jOnt., was united in. marriage to Wil- j tnd Alexander Weatherhead ot Mien- Mr, and Mrs. Weather-head left for Michel, where they will in future re- Herald. I 'TWILIGHT CHAT Woman has made yet anotner SWD (toward complete emancipation, for LENORA JEFFERY The 3 Yeic of W. H. Jtffery, of Macleod, Who Present- ed, the Bouquet of Flowers to Sir Wilfrid Laurier on-the Occasion of His VisU- to Our show room is crowded to tlie doors witli all styles of OUAL- There Is no reason why your dining room should not he beautiful- ly, furnished if you take in the bargains we are now offering'. Dining Eoom Extension Tables and Chairs, made grade material and constructed "by the best workmen. Our prices inakeJiuv- ing a pleasure. In den and parlor furniture we have models that please your eye and suit your purse. Call and see us. It is show goods. STANDARD CRABB ST. HERALD Bepmiring- of all Kinds Done ;