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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Stptembo' 25, 1913 THE LETIIBRIDGE HERALD rage u NA-DRU-CO1 CUCUMBER WITCH HAZEL CREAM The tlntit form In which you can we healing Witch Haact and poslhbf ll the vhlte. soil smooth Ib'apUt of cr rc'JgbentDjwork. be Hie, your DitggUt'i. 199 or UMITEO. Dr. Stewart" Complained MILADI tDITED "INO- Offlct 1ZH (Continued Kioto .Fiont Tho hope was exprcrsej by Mr. Binlth that tho government, would uo eMe to tarry out Us design or the. sujt- j-lyhig of cheap money lor farmers. AH that tho va's ti fair field and free -Tbey i wanted the opportunity .of-. -getUqg 'credit at the eamo given to other leelng that farmers gave the heat so- lo ele- A garden a lortsouie thins, God wot: Host l-'riugttl pool, Kriii'd grot, The veriest school 01 peace, and yel the lool Contends that God U not. Not tied in 'saiuens eve is cool Say, but 1 have a sign "Tis very sure Clod in mine.' B. Brovrji. 0. C. ITS, ot Macleod, spent a couple ut days this vtA with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ives; 6 Mrs.J. A. Jai-Vsoti Ifft this morn- ing nn a visit to Kdnionton, fit- Mrs. Shepherd acd have returned (torn a visit at Pincler City. Ct.US8 AND n Mrs. (Dr.) Taylor anil children will'Koom return on Saturday morning from summer in tte cast. All coumrjulcants oi St. ilarj s Church ate asVfJ to at the chuifli touiorrow evening, lor the ol organizing a Communi- cant's Guild. V 3 A tull attendance is requested at Wesley church choir practirt tomot- row (Friday) tveniu; at S o'.c.kek, Mr. Kofcerts, ihoir instructor, will be prfstnt at 1.45 to receive ntw 'mera- btrs. Mr. Hilts, the general secretary, will address a meeting of l.he Sunday school teachpjs and officers o! '..the thief Anglican Sunday in St. Augustin's ball tonight. 'A. lull ottendar.ce Is earnestly desired. 4 I A special anil particularly ant ol the Klower Guild will be held at four-thirty tomorrow af- ternoon in Miss Conybeare's .studio, over the Sherman Theatre, ibers are asked to a de- cided efiort to be present. curjty In the land. In regard'lf- which Jirs. Hoofer is, c_h'airj man. f committee was appointed consisting ot Mesdames Ingram, Kirknanfi Donald, Williamson, Mann and .Qua'yle. the club decided to adopt- green for the club color, pink carna- tion for the club flower1. New members voted in yesie.rilay were Mesdames- McC-uliough, der Hairon, H, Btntler, T.-Si'Fet7 Joseph Tracy; George''Angus', Kteest l.ayton and H.-G. Clarke.'' ..Votes .'of thanks were passedi'to the program comniitUe, especially the Mis. Hooper, lor the. ajn propriato ar.d pretty, to Miss Hunter, iiiss Usher and Mf J. Q. Itoberlson for typcwrttEng'.the department programs. The monthly general meeting wil always include the social Viour.'-whicl will nr.t be a feature o! the depart- owned In heavy .WacV silk and pink ]allne chapeau with feathers, poured ea, while Mrs, 51. 'Jonnstone, vlio cut the wore a chic gown I bU'e silk de touches in tones. delt assistants' we're Miss in" t'onf d foulard Vith and ma.Uve velvet :.-ha1 ment meetings. The pt Mrs..F. A.'Stoltie Miss. Hlgtnbolhani'' in e' lingerie arid blacli. velyet'Y hai vith louchfs of burnt Miss Freeman in white lingerie .'with purple girdle and pjrple velvet hat. Little Kthel Jaclison, the daughter ol the ke'pt-btisy artmit- ing her mother's guests.--- OLSO.V-STAFKORD A pretty wedding was celehratftl'at the home ol Mr. "and Mra. ,Iohn Sial- fotd, 528 Twelllh-fir, B. N., atifive- hirty yesterday afternoon, daughter, Myra. Jane, was united -in nalrimony to Mr. Albeit Blairmore. Miss Agnes SlaRord was bridos- maid, and. Mr. Leslie .Stafford )orted the groom, the ceremony, he- ing, pe-riormcd Ly the Kev. A. C: Bryan, In the'presence or only 'the mmV.tlatf family. 5lr. and Mrs. Olson left this alier- noon .for tlieir future.home in Blair more. M1LLE11-BRADLKV- The home of Mr. and Mrs. .Thonus Wardmari, 61! Twellth St., A.. N'., was ths scene of a pretty wcjding at six o'clock last evening, when .Jirs. Wardman's ulccc, Miss Edith Annie Bradley, was united fn mairiacc to Mr. Elmer Austin Jlliier, both Cranbrook. The bride was assisted by Miss Kthel Maty Bradky, Cunbiook while the (troom was supported by Mr. Leslie I.oukcs, of Crnnhrook. A sumptuous jciMing VjTtd.alter the ceremony, 'which wai performed hy Rev Diyan. Mr. md Mrs. Miller left (his 'morn ing lofCronorodi. summed up her address at j'csterday': meetiug with the tallowing collect Joi club Mary .Keep us, 0 God, 'from let us be large, in thought, In 'deed. ;tet us he' rioKe--. .nnding.afid .Ic.iVe oR put rrieel each''otfidr face' to 'out 'self: pity, arid without pr'ejujilci May'we be neVer hasty and "always generous. line: for all things'. Make us'.to'grpi aiin; ,-serehe, gentle. iut our better {rrijtafs'ei itraightiorward and may'realizf.'it'is "th'e'liul FRIDAY Take Advantage Of These Money Savings DEPARTMENT conies io front willi spciirls that will main iliiys Friday and Saturday. We linvo nut many items this wwk, ijul one is worth coming after. Quan- tities, in sdim'insumees nro limited, hence the opportunity 1'or early shopping it' vim wish to vcap the full benefit of these unusual offerings. Ladies' Sateen Petticoats With efsll Urii planted flounce, car-, row flttir.g and soft flnleh In grey, cadet, tan. navy, purple, oM rose, blue, croam and Mack. Friday C skit) clear to HJC knees on A rainy day he calls her down for Irelng fool But he always wonders why the othc womfn ildn't hoist their lit other localltlea, Indicating" that many moro applications' will be TeceJvcd luring tho winter. There is nol a Hne n the province that has not .three or our of these elevators. Southern At- >erta has the greater number in on- ralion, The company intends to operate on ho narroweat margin possible, but Mr. AVoodbridgo out f the prico paid fs-r.'pt mucli lilgher hnn the ruling price at "other cleva' ors, tne profits would he gre'atcr, and .hesfi come back dlrecl to the farmer.- Created Great Interest The has slJmulat- cd greater interest In the work of the United Farmers this' year, tbo' result thp.t 111 new locals h.ivc been bringing the. total up -to Several other locals are In process of organization, so that, Mr. espects lo be able to report at the meeting nest winter that 150 Jfr sis have- bocn fofiucd during ths That the attendance, at the conveQ- tlon willl be close loJ.ho eight han- mark la assured by Mr.i Wood- bridge. Th attendance ion. But he wanted to be usured 'meeting of th'e 'executive iext week "that arrangements "'fiould ID mafie which would DO He iad to report to the meeting, n Lethbridge today to meet the Board Trade for He mentioned casually that it was rumored a movement was on" foot to a mixed farming convention bnp) at the saine-timc n'a .the convention. If this were to-prove :hn case; the convention would have- :o go Eoewhere else, because -it 'only lasts three days during which 'lime the whole policy of the organization must be decided. This takes' up the le time of the delegates .wjluout attending any other meetings. Mr, WooAbridge met the .-Board .of Trade at noon and was assured 'ol their coopcratoon in every CONFESSED SLAYER ,pF AUMVJLLER DOESN'T SEWBLE FORMER KAN MAINZ Germany, Sept. lice pi FYankforl-on-tbe-Maln today''re ccjvod from Xew "York a pho'ogVaph r Johannes Schmidt, the-seir murderer of Anna AiTmul according to "the tJ-.ej fcynd comparison American photograph their possession of the former-Mflfa that they were so unlike thit'l icre were.1 alx hundred-fn whether tbe two at Calgary last winter, and tidc-ntical. v the new locftls will bo responsible for .tht diifference In. the a couple hundred more jfcAtures No Opposition Shown Mr. says he'nevtr had nny Intention of InttmallDg thai Lclh- could not bandlo the coovcn- are so thatrlit represent must hare I 0 ernmny, ;