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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta September it, I'HE LETTinRTPOE DAILY Iff ft R NEVER ANY FAItURE OR DISAPPOINTMENT WHEN MAGIC BAKING POWDER ,15 USED. CONTAINS NOAtUM. COSTS NO MORE THAN THE ORDINARY KINDS. MADE IN CANADA specially selected to suit you Wo. know from experience what a good housekeeper You can'1 therefore rely on our rib' roast and on all .other being the best you can buy for the nioney in this town. Come in and try us today- tethbriiige Meat MaiM j. MURPHY, PROP. Majeitic Theatre, Phone 635 MILADI BY "INO" fHONM: Offlc., Tiio Womui's Fpftigh society of Knox church resumed tfc'ir meetings.alter tho 'stinVmcr vacation yesterday afternoon. Mrs. 'A.; read a'very fiiic- pajw :bu V. read n splendid paper on-'Trinidad.'" Oh tear not In world Ilko tills, And thou shall know ore long Know how'sublime a tiling It Is, To suffer and bo strong. Mrs. J. R. left this after- noon to visit with friends In Whi- nilieg. Alre. Peters i'.nd little, son, Noel, lett today to visit with Mrs. Currier at Moose Jaw. Mrs. A. M. Wright, of .Medicine Hat, is visiting her sou, Mr. W. A, Wright. C. spent K P. Conybeare, K.C..D.C.L., the day in-'Medicine Hut. Miss Jackson, of the Westminster school staff, wffo has been confined .o nor room for n couple of days, fa oeorei'ing rapidly. Dr. and Mrs. Green, of Edmonton, who were guests with, Mr. and Airs. II. M. have returned mine. 3; The Athletic association of the high school enjoyed exciting paper" chase this after- noon! Miss Audrey Neale, is the guest of Mrs. Genge, of Macleod, and attended he polo club dance 'last evening. Mrs. C, J. Eckstorm and Miss Lu- ille Eckstorm, who. have been viait- ng in Chicago a-ad Buffalo, are at iresent in Toronto en 'route home. Church and Miss Church, of Jheleea, Quebec, and Alderman W. and Mrs. McLaren, of Brockville. ,re house guests for a short time vith Kov. A. G. and Mrs. Cameron. Mr. W. Martindale, brother of Mr. lartindale, of the Bank of 'Montreal, losmer, sails the end f the month aim will enter the law irm of Johnstone and Ritchie of this ity. A meeting will be. held at- MIR home of Mrs. K.ft, am to arrange entertainment for Her Hoyal Highness, the Duchess of Con- naught, tho Patricia anil the on the occasion of the Royal visit to U'thhridgc. The ladies, who will attend the meeting arc Mrs. G. M. Hatch, wife of the mayor Mrs. G. Do Vebcr, wife of the senator; .Airs. W. A. Hu- chanah, wife of the member of the Dominion house; Mrs...I. S. Stewart, wife of the member of ihe provincial house Mrs. C. V. P. Oonyrcare, wife of the president of the Overseas club; Mrs. K.-'N. UlginftoUium, president of the Civic club Mrs. F. IV. Downer, president of the Board.of Control of the Dry Farming Congress Mrs. W. S. Galhraith, wife of the chairman jr the KChool board Mrs. .1. O. ;on, wife of superintendent of the R.N.W.M.P. cdtort, and Mrs. E. .A. inningl) a wife of the chairman of the Board of Trade. Mrs. A. D. Robh, of. Hamilton, and irs. (Rey.) A. D. Robb ami Master )ouglas, oE Niagara, who-were guesta .Mrs, John-Brodie, have left for .19 coast. They were accompanied y Mrs. Brodie, who will spend a in.Calgary and'Banff. The new teachers, who commenced their duties in Lethhridge with the opening of the autumn term, were delightfully entertained by the public school staff at a reception in the Fleetwood school last evening, the other.guests of honor being the trus- tees and their wives. The guests were.welcome.'by Mr. VY. A. Hamilton, Mr. -I. Higinr.olh- aiu, Miss Sharman, Miss Bennett and Miss Jcpson, Who formed the recep- tion committee. The room, in which the event look place, was liberally decorated with sweet peas, asters and golden glow. Progressive euchre was the chosen game, thirteen tables being in play. Mrs. R. Howard Dobsbn carried' oft the trophy, while the consolation was awarded Mr. Filmcr. Pleasing piano selections were rcn- CHURCH SERVICES Knox Hev. A. G. Camoron. Servlcotj, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Tho Cadet Corps will attend gervloa at 11 a.m. EVening subject: "The Saving Name." Sabbath School at .3 p.m. The all- welcome Bible class will meet at 3 p.m. In the church Chin- ese class 4 p.m. service, Wednesday evening, ar 8. Strangers and rleUcra In tho city are cordially Invited to all the services. ClntlSTADELPIlIANS At 1257 Sth avenue A, every Sunday afternoon 3.30 for breaking of bread. Furthei information can be obtained from Jlr. Sidney T. BntBford, 710 fifth avenue. ST. ANDREVV'S CH 13th and 7th avenue north. Sunday services at 11 and 7.30 p.m Rev H. B. .Tolnnon, M. A., B. a. grad- uate ,of Knox, Toronto, Ont.. will preach. At the evening service the organist will render' the pastoral sym- )hony from the Messiah, and Miss j ifarion Tennant, a pupil of Mr Roberts fill sing "The Better Land Sun day school at 3 p.m. All are welcome. FIRST BAPTIST Sept. 8., public worship 11 a.m.. Bible ichbol 3 p.m. Evening wbt-jhip, 7.30 i.m. In Morris Theatre. Tho pastor lev. A. C. B. A, will preach loth morning and' evening. Strangers nvlted. WE'SLEV CHURCH Rev. T. p. Perry, pastor. H. H: Craig, B.A., will preach. at 11 a.ui., "Paul's fleadiuess to preach the Gos Part Evening subject, "The Spirit." Sunday School and Bible class at 3 p.m. The usual "pleasant Sunday .evening" will be held at the close of the evening ser-. vice. All members of the congrega-l tion are invjted to .enjoy a social hour, i visitors and strangers especially wel- come. WESTMINSTER'. METHODIST. Rev. Joseph Woodsworth, the new pastor, will.preach his first sermons at .11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. The "K" Shoe for Fall Wear, a Shoe for Particular Men all our Patrons and olhor-, who arc look- ing for a shoe thai is made on sensible that, gives perfect comfort and al, (he MUIIC time ...has a siTiiirt stylish appearance, we liearllly rc- the World-Renowned ''K" Shoe. The iuan who knows and admiiec good voikiiuiiultip, honest -leather and smart flfld satisfaction in'ouf "K" Shoe, foi embody all these points, they (It well, feel well, and look.well. MEN'S PROSPECTING BOOTS, in beat oiled tan calf, with eleven inch leg and 1-2 Inch sole of solid English Oak Bark Tanned leather canj this line iu black also Price per-pair AND BLACK BOX CALF BLUCHERS with welted sole. A smart shoe for city wear. The right sliatie for the fall season Price per pair 99 ffp Af) MEN'S BOX CALF BLUCH- ERS, -leather Hhe'd, withViiemt leathoi soles. Piice per pair 9O.9U We.carry this line hi low aleo. BROQUE SHOES in box calf, And tan willow A stout and comfortable walking shoe Priue pel pair We Are Now Showing a Line of Boys' Shoes in Our Renowned "K" Make stand the weai and tear of School Daj Strife It, ifc .usually We have in the K the hard thing to find a shoo that BOYS' SHOSS in BLACK VICI AND BOX CALF SCUCHER, STYLE, with solid tlnf ieel eaiy and rit well m addition to being d.uahle Puces range from to leather Shoes HUDSON'S BAY COMPNY dercd, and Hie serving of a recherche I ST. PAUL'S FIRST- at the flower decked card taWes At. the home of Rev. C. Grant, The Brown Betty Tea Room Open 11, a.m. to C p. m.. Business Men's Lunch At 40 cents, from 12 to 2 p.m. .FIRf AT GODEHICH suiiposed- ty light 'wires fusing, caused heavy damage to the stock of Hpdgens B-rbs.' general store. concluded an altogether enjoyable CVT BALLANTYNE-McHARRY Mr. Krnest W. of Bcav- er Mines, and Miss N'ettie McHarry, of Ottawa, were united in marriaec The b.oys' class (of Knox Sunday! at the Mothodist parsonage Thurs- school, which is taught by Jlr. Rob erte, entertained a nuinher of their friends at a picnic at last evening.. Ahout thirty in all eu- Joyed the affair, a delightful-time he- Irtg spent in games of various kinds. day afternoon of last week, 'Rev. Lytle officiating. The wedding was a surprise lo.Mr. Ballantync's none of whom knew he had gone to Medicine Hat to meet his hritie. (Mr. I Ballantyne is a general merchant at The music which will be rendered Beaver Mines, and is connected with at KJIOX cTrafch tomorrow, promises business an.! social life of that to be of a very high order. In the morning the choir will render "Har- ken Unto lie." (Sullivan) and Jiiss Lombard will sing "My Redeemer and My. (Bach.) At tbe evening service the anthem to Thee, Creek Echo. it EWIXG-AMOS The marriage ft! Miss Lilliam Isa- My God, This (Gounod) will bel Amos, only daughter of Dr. and be sung by the choir while Miss Si will rend'er Llewellvn's Me." mm Mrs. T. A. Amos, of Canadian Order of Chosen. Frienda are issuing invitations for a dance, to be held in ITie S. 0: E. hall on Thurs- day evening, Sept 19th. Members of! he order are kradly requested to take! his announcement as an invitation.: to George Edward Ev.'ing, son ot Mrs. M. L. 'Kwing, of Que., and manager of the Canadian Bank ct Commerce at "Voer, Alberta, celebrated on Wednesday, Sep- tern her 4th, at the honve of the hride's parents. The Rev. M. Mar- tin, R.D., of London, conduct- 6th uveuue south.. Sunday, Sept. It Sunday school 2.30 p.m. No services, the pastor will be.Jn Taher. Cate- chism class, Wednesday 4.30 p.m. and Bible study.8 p.m, ST. ANDREW'S i3th and 7th avenue north. Sunday services at 11 7.UO p.m. Rev. Robert Simpson of. Noble, moderator, will occupy the pulpit. Sunday, school at 3 p.m. All are welcome, ST. CYPRIAN'S .CHURCH, ANGLI- Sth ..ay-cnye and; llth street, Rev. Canon McMillan, rector. Suiiday school and .Bible class 3 p.m. Communion S.30 a.m. on the first and third Sundays and at rthe 11 o'clock service on the second, and fourth Sun- days. Matins. 11 a.m. Baptism 4 p.m. Evensong 7.30 p.m. i CHURCH OF JRSUS CHRIST OF I LATTER DAY 0. E. Hall, 10th St. S., near Y. JI. C. A. 9.45 a.m. Officers auJ'teachors meet- ing; 10 a. Sunduy School; 2 p.m Sacrament meeting. Visitors always welcome. Bishop II. S. Young, No. 1 1st Ave. S. Phone I5S5. ST. AUOUSTIN'S ner Second Ave. and' Sth St., Rev. J. E. Murrel-Wrighi, rector. Holy Communion every Sunday S a.m. and on the first Sunday of. the month at the. eleven o'clock service. Matins 11 a.m. Sunday school 2. p.m. Even- song 7.30 p.m. Corner Third .Avenue, Fifth .Street, and MEET IN BEANVILLE Detroit, Mich., Sept.- Am- erican Bankers' association at its fin- al, convention, session today selected Boston for its 1913 meeting. Charles H. Hut-tig; of St. Louis, -ras elected president. WEALTH1 FARMER COMMITTS SUICIDE Why Did William Drewery, of Tron. tachs, End His Life PREMIER FLEMING'S VISIT Flem- ing. o[ jS'ew Brunswick: is a visitcr lo this city today. ir. S'. C. Mockford, organizer of the ed the service, and the Jionse ABE ORPEN FINED Toronto, Sept. Orsen, the well-known -race track man, was fin- and costs iby the police mag istrate for keeping a betting -bouse Two brothers were fined ISOO each on the same charge. lanadian Order of Chosen Friends, vlll be to hear from any nembers of the order, who are not onneeted with the local council. New Light loiinij nousekeepers have dis- covered what the older ones have known for many, many Roya.3 Household is the secret to all gocd baking. It never varies. Ask Your Grocer for It FIFTH AVE, BAPTIST CHURCH Sth avenue and ISth street north. Hev. C. B. .McKinnon, pastor. Services at 11 ii.m. und 7.30 p.m.-Sun- SAILED FOR CANADA London, Sept. those who sailed for Canada today on the Virginian were Lord Milner, Senator Gibson, Col. Smith Park, M.V.O.; Pre- sident Holt, of iiie Royai Bank, and 1 .lames Curruthers. preHily (iecoraled with and asters. The bride was given away by her j day schoo! 3 p_m_ father, and was gowned with ivory Wednesday S p.m, silk marquisette over satin, with yoke) Thursday S p.m. of carriekmacross" lace with seed j FIRST CHURCH OF CHIilST, poarlH, and carried a bouquet nl! Bank block. 11 roses and lilies of the vallev. T-30 P-in- "Sub- Prayer meeting, Choir practice, She also wore a sunburst of pearls, the gift of her father. The groom's trim in ings of Irish lace. A recep- j tion was held after the ceremony, at stance." Wednesday evening testi- mony meeting S The reading r, room is open to everyone every dav Sift to her ,v.is a Pcrsmn lamh. coat. trom Everyone fa cord- Jlrs. Amos, mother of the hricle, was j iany invltei, to ,ltleml in black satin with handsome I Qf Services iu Caledonian j which about thirtv guests were prei i f" ,soulh; al, jcnt, an-! bier Mr. and Mrs. Ewing Suniiil-v a'm- A wd" ii-fl fuu a wniding trip to Montreal am! Quchoc, the hridc travelling in a A New Discovery Macliela, Nature's Scalp Tonicr the only remedy ever discovered that is similar to the natural hair foods or liquids of the scalp. Has a record for growing cases out of 100. Price for complete home treatment, 51.00. Sold and guaranteed by Jack- son Co. Weyburn, Sask., Sept. ing the reports delayed for want of detail, Wm aged bO of Trosaehs, committed suicide at that place on Satuidaj bj cutting Ins throat, nearly severing the head from the body. Deceased is as a bachelor farmer, and reputed to be wealthy. He came from Melita Man >eirs ago. One brother is said to be in Melita; and two others in the Stales. uas the rdUba oC tlie deed it could not hate heens financial .mat- ters, as he had only sold a halt section of land, and his crops this year were exceptionally good. On his peifaou was found and notes for winter his standing at the- 'bank was exceptionally good, to this are valuable farm laii-ds in Saskatchewan and property in MeHta, Man., and Illinois, U. S. A. Brewery was the guest of .Mr. Nobl Greenway, a-neighboring farmer, and went out to the.barn, where he wah found dead. R. N. W. M. P. Corporal Wiggs and Coroner Dr. Allan, of Yellow Grass, are attending to the Another Suicide Mrs. John G. Mclvenzie, of Rad ville, Sask., wife of ;i carpenter, took carbolic acifl, and died at that town the latter part of the 'week. Domestic differences are said to have been the cause. Deceased was about thirty years of age, and originally came from Eng- land Her husband, also from Eng- land, was well known in Weyburn, where he was employed by the C. P. R., and also at Trossachs for about twTb years previous to his removing to Radville. The contract for the new school is been let to Mr. of Taber. This school, when erected will be strong evidence of enterprisei of the people. Supreme above all others in qual- ity raised by merit alone to that proud emin- Alberta's Best Baking Powder is uniform, pure, is Invariably dependable Your gro- cer knows him. Stampede Pictures at Star-land A feature of great Interest to shown at Stariivad qp Momlaj and Tuesdaj- will be the official motion pictures the Calgary "Stampede. These motion pictures of the Stam- pede without doubt the biggest, show of its kind ever held iu America, have been specially leased by the Starland company, and in order to meet the enormous entailed IB secur- ing them at such an early date, the management have been compelled to raise the price of admission this; attraction to 25c. The; pictures are said to be perfect every detail and w with wonderful .clearness all of the principal events of the great, show. For this attraction the theatre will be open at 1 o'clock on each day 'or the matinees, and at ti.30 for the evening performances. On Wednesday and Thursday of icxt week tho sensational feature. "Their Lives for Gold" will be shown. navy bint; suit with hat to Tlipy will up residence ai Taher, .Uherla. Clubs and Societies Hall 518 7th i rmie to ail. GERMAN EVANVrELICAl, LUTH- -And DON'T For ERAXr-Scrvices fce held at 710, ICth St., Xorth Lc-thbndgc, at S0.30! [a.m., and will hf conducted hr the j Kev, O. A. Groth in (he German laii- ftiiarip. The (it-rman sneaking populace is cordially invilnl The Art Xwilc-work club will meet j THE UKUEAX HJIJLE SCHOOL on Monday afternoon with Mrs. L. I is Ijplcl everv Sunday at IT. Fowler, corner Sixth avcnre and 3 p.m- at 5th street, south. A Third street. i cordial invitation is exlenitcd to both old and young to attend this school. Members of the BiJlic Taylor Opera A special invitation is given to any Co. and Conservatory Dramatic club' persons, who have neea: connected o Shopping is only half done if you forget the Maple Buds.- Children must have sweets. Their littie natures crave for dainty sweet things. Bad for Not Cowan's Maple Buds. Pure milk, pure sugar, pure chocolate. What could be more nourishing and wholesome What else could made them such favorites with intelligent mothers? Make the children, happy. Give them sweets you know are good. Put Maple Buds on your shopping list For Sale by GEO. KERR CO. Lethbridge. are requested to meet at the Con- servatory auditorium Monday evening Sept. 16, at S o'clock, for the pur- pose -if reorganizing. Ttic members of the Flowrr Guild i nckiunvlrdge gratitude the ro- coijit of flowers from Mr.s. G. K. I Fli'ininc, Sirs. f. (iray, Mrs. S. i Mitchdl, Mrs. f. K. Mix', I Miss Kiln Upyr.did.s, an.i j with churches of Christ (Disciples) INSURANCE RATES CUT Calg'.ry. Sept. notifica- tion was made today by the hoard of underwriters ihai the insurance rate on roaid-ences had out 15 per cent. H was also announced that the rates on Canary business property would hi; as soon as certain were complied with, as io taking euro of ico at ihc waterworks THEY'RE NOT MAPLE BUDS UNLESS THEY'RE The COWAN CO., Limited TORONTO, Ontario BUDS desijn rejlstertd 202 ;