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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 11cuiKi.sua.V, COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Is rich in food value and easy to digest. It is just Cocoa, pure Cocoa, ground from the choicest Cocoa beans. Nuncj and Dnetori recommend iu UK m lickniMi or in hcillh, 171 EDITID iY "INO" Hiont 1224. 774. Tliy bounty shines in atitumu vmcon- lltied, AIK( spreads common feast for all who A daughter was born Lo Mr. ami Mrs. C. Pyle, on Monday, September M. Nichols arrived in Medicine Hiit yesterday from Medicine lint News. Mrs. A. Tilley rcturni-d yesterday troin a six weeks' visit, in Toronto and .Stratford. Duke anil Duchess of Con naught sent a pair of silver-gilt vas- es as a wedding present to the Hon. Mary IVcsleiira, only daughter ol and Lady Rossmore, who wits married to Sir Abe Bailev. of Yew- hurst, Mast Cirinstead, in Holy Trin- ity London, Kuglnnd, last week, 3 G. L. Preston, of N'apance, Out.., who is a cousin of .Superintcnd- 1 getlt'jr of all the young people of the, parish for Thursday evening next, In the parish hall it S o'clock. It Is sinc'.'rflly that tills will IMS very large meeting and that all young .jwople will be represented. Mr. Wcslcott was in eliargc ot the i'Jpwoiih ijcague uf Westminster church last; evening, when a goodly number were In attendance. An ex- cellent vocal solo was rendered by Mr. .Jarvis Kveiyn Austin's talk on her work at i'alian was intensely inter- esting to those prrsent. Nro business was transacted, it be- ing left over until the next meeting. About fifty people were in attend- sulted in a draw cut Kairficld. aml formerly of the city schools spending a short time] Vocal solos hy Mr. and Mrs. Fail-field, at the lOxperimfiilai Farm. ance al the social evening of St. An- drew's Christian Kmleavor Society last evening. Rev. W W. nryden occupied the chair. A nuicli enjoyed spelling contest re- PROGRESS OF MUNICIPAL WORK Weather Helping of Delay "Tills rim; weather is just whnt w have been waiting for .ill summer, y.it. C, Mcl.eod and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Willies are Idanghler have none to Minneapolis to DEALS IN rejoicing over the birth of a girl, who arrived on Tuesday, Itember 26th. The professional women of Denvqr, Col., number sixty physicians, ten seven lawyers and five min- I visit, al Mrs. Mcl.cod's home for a spent in Blanchard to "the Me, this morning, "and -we feel hat we .be able to comptete vork we have 'begun this year wltli out much difficulty this fa'll For month or so not long ago the work was going ahead very slowly, an the contractors were losln- HIOIK.V Miss Hell Miss Hut now we ara shoving 111" very pleasing, as jtracta through at full speed recitations by Miss i sldewnlhs on tills aide of the track "'ill soon be laid. The other day over eight hundred feet ware laid h one day, anil every day eees severa were aisn the Smith and Mr. It. V. Johnson. Choice refreshments were served, and the balance of the evening was New York, Sopt. A wild rush) The Junior Guild1 of St. Mary's toy stocks up prices swiftly churcn will meet tmorrow evening nt opening nl the slock market lo-jat 7 n day. Till; effect. the United Slates street. Steel Corporation announcement that SOS couple of months. Mrs. T. IJuvulsoif will entertain to-'tli moriow evening, in courtesy to Mi Preston, of Napanec, Out., who is bouse guest with Mrs. W. H. Fai field. games. now "Tlie.worli.- in North Lelbbridge iie week was the piisecllaiicous show- j thfs occasioned some complaint from given in honor oi Miss the people or North Lethhri'dga as it It would not dissolve voluntarily was electrical. Trailing in United Steel y.ra. 0. P. .Jorgonson, SOS Conrl- hind St., will receive lonvorr'pw stock was on an unprecedented scale. I at two-thirty, for the opening transaction was a block ol slwres at 594 to 62, a max- imum gain of nj. With the first fif- teen minutes of this stock- was (railed in. For Skin Irritation Guarantee Money Back If Not Satisfied We .have an oin-tment possessing extraordinary newer to permanently reli-.ivo fonps of eczema, skin er- ruptlons, pimples, blotches, ring- worm, ache, tetter, scaly scalp, hives, nil forms of itching and irritation catraeU by InsecMiiles, Its power to soothe ulcers, sores and wounds Is YWli're so'positive 'that' ''Recall Eczema Ointment is unexcelled for overcoming these jiilment-o that wo ncll it .with our personal promise H will not cost the user anything uii- Ittss it in way gives satisfac- fion. We exact no promise and in nojbc- present. obligate the purchaser. You iniisi. admit that w-3 could not afford to make such a broad liberal guaran- tee, except we are certain we could Substantiate our claim. De.vnll Eczema Ointment is a grny- Jsh--w'hlte, pleasant smelling, antisep- cooling healing salve that is l.uilicran Ladies' Aid, Miss Dora Rogers leaves on Mon- day afternoon for Winnipeg, where she will he hriiinpniaiih at Hie v.-ed- diiif; of lu'i: cousin, Mr. Hohert Rog- ers, of Winnipeg. Mrs. C. Freeman and Miss Free- man, of St. Mary's, Out., who have where he has been spending a couple of days. Services preparatory to Communion will be held in St.'Andrew's church, North on .Thursday even- ing of this- week, commencing at ciglif, o'clock. .Way entertained last in honor .of. Miss Lucy Way, j who left ibis afternoon for (Thursday) afternoon at 3.30, toon. Quantities of .variegated sweet, peas who will be n n' October bride, Mis-- Vroonian, yesterday afternoon. Sweet pejs were effectively used in decoration. who is Miss Vrooman's house guest, assisted the hostess. The KUests in attendance were M.ri Hardie, ifrn. Whitton. Mrs. Ander- son. Mrs. A. IS. Ives, Mrs. Fleming, Mrs. Sea tic. and the'Misses llardic, Rogers and Macbeth. The Missionary Auxiliary of West- minster church will meet with the Auxiliary of Wesley church, in the lecture room of Wesley church, to- lent their fragrance to the drawing hsen guests with Mrs. If.. E. dining rooms. Games of various lock, left for their home today. j kinds were .enjoyed by the l and-a'delicious menu was served at From what I bear, you will midnight hour, sorry if yon do not attend the an- nual supper of Wesley church next Monday. No end of good things are arranged by the ladies. o consider ways means of rais- ing funds to assist'in furnishing the home for Rutheniiins, that the W.M. S. is building in F.dmolllon. There I "Good At n well .attended meeting o! St. .Monica's Guild held-in St. Augustin's jhail, yesterday-.afternoon, --the iadies was impossible to keep the streets owned for Irafflc. Westminster Road was the worst, hut the sewcra and water mains Will be down a few lays now. an.j the evading outfit be put to work- without delay. jhopc to have this street In the best j of shape for winter. "In order lo connect up the sewer and water' mains of north side we find that it will' be necessary to tunnel under the C. P. R. tracks on Thirteenth street. The tunnel will he about fifty feet in length, hut will be started without delay, in or- der that tho sewer connections for that part of the city may be made at all early daw. Iron water mains are being laid along Westminster which will be.connected up with th-i Third avenue south main which is No Alum No Meal time brings delight when the biscuits have been with DR PRICES BakingPowder ek, and thlB veek is endeavoring secure another. There is still talk of a new milway ition for N'ew Dayton. Ono way to Tetter, et it is to let the A. R. nnd I. Co. bridge, 'return iron instead will-he it. short program, consislin. of a reading or solo by Miss Cope land and a solo by Mrs. Alexandci All the ladies of 'both churches requested to attend. The social to held in gernilcidal. ft destroys the that: penetrate the sKin and ecKema and other torrmmting >kiu ailments. A remedy must' do that to ,be effective, for in no other can auch diseases be overcome. i Rexall Eczema. Ointment is idteal tor the treatment of skin irritations peculiar to children, for barber's itch, and for sore itching feet. It is positively the -best remedy know of, arid -we urge you to try it n our risk. Two nizes, 30c and The Store, -L Higinbotham rnd Co., Ltd. The Daughters and'Muiils of Eng- land will meet in 'the Jail, this evening at S o'clock. lm- lorlaut- husiness will be discussed, and nil the mumbcrs are-requested to Mr. and Mrs.' W. 0. L. Hardic' an- nounce llic engagement oi thoif. eld- est Tantjie Livingfiionu, to Sewell nuinagei: of tlie of Montreal, at High Hivnr-. The marriage will take in Knoy i .'decider! tea at on promise; Bawilon- Hros.'1 furniture .store, Ratiinhiy from; 4 to fi. shopping oi! Saturday, When.you are don't forget church on October eleventh. The Edmonton branch of the Cana- dian Woman's Press club entertained Miss Pullam-Ilurry, of London, Eng- and, at luncheon yesterday at the Blue Moon. Miss Pnllain-Burry is a fellow of .the Anthropological and Geographical Societies of London, j and well known writer of travel in Africa, Polynesia nnd other very dis- tant lands. She arrived in Calgary today to spend a few days before continuing her journey to the- coast. to drop in for, a cup of tch a'nd as- sist (he ladies theii: effort'. POL some time past there has "been no young people's! organization in connection -with AugiistiiTs :hnrch. -Tin; neiMl of some such -asso- iation has resulted in the calling-to- SeM only by tralntJ Corset .nd tittim, your I own Baaed only wiih J rella Boning. Flexible, tight. I luiitarr, comfMliblc. Admits of I frequent Uunderntn. 5 Guaranteed one year breaLife or j ruri. Appoin'.nienli to your convenlfnce. or tend post card MISS V. O'CONNOR Acadla Blk., Uthbrjdge IHinFlTnr, DMlfTMl. idM md VMtue. to be treat, jmlging from the iol exceUeflt program, which wil Costumes are worn by Ladies Wlio Know All Custom Made. Let us show you styles and samples Sixth Street Opp. Bank of Montreal bo rendered Mr. Robertson. Messrs. JIcKenzie .Spencer. Vocal Bliss Cochranc. Mr. Sadowski. Vocal Solo-Mr. W'ilkes. Miss Jones. Home made candy will be, on and dainty refreshments .will he serv- ed. Fieeinan, of Si. Mary's, Opt., who lias been a house guest with Mrs. li. Sherlock, was the raison d1 etre of a five hundred, wbicb claim- ed Miss Ruth Freenian as hostess last evening Autumn's own flowers, verbenas and nslers. were the selected decor- ation. iy hostess was charmingly gown- ed in pale green silk, while Miss Freeman, the honor guest, wore becoming black silk dross. Miss Anna I'atteson -and Mr. Pow- er were fortunate in securing the prclly favors. The guests included, Mrs. Sherlock, the Misses Pattcson, Anna Pallesoii, Rogers, Mewburn, Uclier, Downer, Freeman and Messrs. 'ower, Wyatt, Robertson, N'ewcombo md Wedd :U''s 0 1 farry I Jammer, of Cbien- ;o, in women's clubs. this veek set fire lo her collection of ai- grettes, valued at exclaiming "May I he forgiven for ever, having worn si heaiinear cosling llic lives of innocent birds Mrs. Hammer has been years leeliriE tin; aigrettes. Until she came a member of the Audubon also b-aing changed to of wood. ie being made ateo with the storm sewer system on this side of thte track. Both the trench- ing machines' ara busy in North Leth- bridse but the work is being done hand, and it will not be Ions before this part ot the contract is finished. "The plans for the sewage dispos- al system being prepared by T. Aird .Hurray, of Toronto, have' not. reached us, but we expect' them any as Mr. .Murray has written that he was uending them on the The engineer is very anxious to get these plans and .g-et to work on the system as it is of the most Important contracts befora the department for next year. 'Asked this morning as to whether there was u likelihood of anything being done to widen Thirteenth street North Lethbrldge to conform with the street on this side, Arr, Blanch- ard said that he hardly thought this was'tfting considered at present. He Mnks that as soon as the street car, tracks are laid along that street if i iviil he necessary pave the whole width of the street from curb to curl n which case there would he phnit of room for traffic. The paving wont be forty-two feet in width, which i-j wide or wider than the mail streets in many cities. iow the town really wants it. Let talk. Frank Swartz, who has been ruun- g the dray for Wni; Lirecomb, re- ved news on Monday of hlg sister's death In strathcona, and left on the next train for that city.. No teacher has b-aen, secured fo: the school communication teachers' some one r Tho boaJ'l is" now In with tile Calgary oflice and It ivi hoped that may be secured. on Tuesday In connection with the Installation of the new furnace. In the church. Wm. Tetter, who hai been In 1Mb- Tneoday morning, POLICE COURT Howard and Alurguerito, children ot P. C. 15wing, v.-ho have "ha-d scarle- tina, uttj able to be out again. and Mrs. Wm.. Dye returned Lctlibvldge' Tuesday morning. col- ciely she did not know about the tor- ture practised on the mother bird to produce (hem. Mrs. Hammer said "I will never' look upon my ai- rettcs again. I will burn them and do all in my power to induce my 'ricnds uhn now aro wearing them :.o cast fliem aside forever." New Dayton News N'ew Dayton, Sept. T. Ham I toil, of Canadian Bank oC Com tierce staff, who has ill, is well gain nnd at business. A little wheat is coming in at the Mcvjvtors 'but not of a very higli nide. It VA evident tlmt the best f the grain is heingfield, Harry Garrll nnme home last i a visit to his parents and left gain on .Monday night. A son was born to -Mr. and Mrs, Owen Greeno on Tuesday morning. Win. Paris, the Raymond tinsmith, was in town on Tuesday taking mea- surements for the new furnace to IKJ Installed in the Presbyteria this week. B, H. Gr-5'eno ha church opened a hicyele and gun repairing shop in the building erected hy him. Service will he held in the church ivaxt Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, instead of 7.30. Special is be- ing prepared and Mr. Taft will preach on "The Pre-ominejice of Christ." Louis Nelson fcas begun his con- tract on 'the excavation for the new adln'n Bank of Commerce. Wm. comb is removing the dirt. This Queen Mary, in discussing with contract ia a difficult one. The gravel some of her intimates, the things is heavy nnd cttnnot be handled eas- hey liked best, said what she wished or most was "to be understood. Majesty is reputed to have re- marked that, of all human tragedies lio thought, one of the most pitiful VHH to he misunderstood. "And 1 ne has R complex nature, one runs lie chance agnin and again of tin- rnssiug she A little while ago. Queen Mviry had leries of her favorite mottos made Mr. from Mr. Dyo's new home is just about completed and will "be used by Jiim this fall. Ohas. T. Cousin's awl Roht. Sam- BOH Vv'arc visitors to lira country on Sunday last. The children of 'Mrs. Anson Kes- seler are at-school in Lethbridge un- der the cnra of cousin, Mrs. Laffman, Mrs. Kesseler makes eek-'and visits to sou Uieiii. Jas. Reid, our local blacksmith, is treating his now hen coop to a coat of'red paint wiib trimmings of making n marked improvement on the building. New Dayton presents to the visit- or the hustie of a much larger town. Theie are .some people ving and a splendid farming country all about. W. McD. Tali, Pr.isby-lerian mis- A couple of sports faced Hail at Police Court morning, charged with carving up the furni- ture at one of the West End resorts. Tho occupant failed to identify either ot the men taken In charge, were therefore charged with sionary, was a visitor to .New Dayton'bring in'evidence. They being jaggeil. Welbrom was remanded till tomorrow For evidence. The other, Antone Peroko, thought the whole af- fair a. good joke. "Were you1 asked the ca'di. "I just a little bit drunk. 1 feel was the answer. I'll give you a little, ro- intmibrance of the occasion. Three dollars and costs, or ten days." This deemed to daze the gallant Anfonc, but after trying in vain to figure it put, he tabled the'necessary, and departed still .Blinking his heiid. J. Holten charged with shunting within the city limits, dfvsidod lie would buck the1 city by-law, and not guilty. Me tolri the mag- istrate be thdught the by luw was. too strict, and while he "admit tlmt he shot ducks in North Leth- bridge he couldn't, aee his way clear. :o plead guilty under the by-law. The mse was therefore, remanded til! tomorrow to allow prosecution'to nt nnd artistically iliumitiated and ut in her roomti. The one that ap- enrs moat frequently Is: "To under- stand to forgive Sly wi'h a scraper. A. Uafton-CanHing. the Lcthbrldgo photographer', was in town today on his way to the Miami farm where he was taking som-e views for tho com- pany. Mi-js Owfcn of Wnnior was the guest nf Miss Oreono over Sunday, returning home on .Monday. Orlbbel and Anspacb of Randolph, Win., spent Saturday last wlfli R. K. Wntklna. J. W. Fry was a visitor to Lcthhriilgc on Tuesday int. Mr. Fry was able to' get n fit coal last HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY Our present showing of Boots and Shoes fully upholds our repu- tation as specialists in all kinds of Footwear Only Boots of Dependable Quality are ever found at The Bay Hoots iJiat stand the. tosl of time. Hoofs that arc fashioned on lasts of scien- tific construction, thus ensuring perfect ease nnd comfort. .Hoots that embody all the very latest points of Fashion, cut and finished by expert workmen, giving a smart ness and style, hitherto unequalled. Boots into the construction of which nolhing- hut choice and carefully selected ma- terials cuter.' This, combined- with 'good sound workniaiTsbip. gives diirahihlity. Our strict attention to thoKc fclirce most essential points lias proved a great success, giving us.nn of'boots and shoes nn- lianillolled In the history, of l-he Dominion. STYLE COMFORT DURABILITY ;