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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge DaUy Herald, Saturday, April 30,1910. Page 5 ^9 Edited by 'UNO,' Phone 1052 0 WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnii^g. April 30.-Cables closed 1-8 lower to 1-4 higher today. Liverpool failed to respond to strength on this side yesterday which caused a weak opening and a further decline from opening of 1-4 to 3-8 but markets strengthened up towards the close on reports of damage to winter wheat. Itain is needed badly in many localities and unless this comes soon higher prices .seem inevitable. The world's t^hipraeiits on Monday are expected to be about twelve millions. Chicago: May opened 107 US; Julv 102 3-4. Closed, May 108 1-4; July 103 1-4. Minneapolis-Opened: May 106 3-4; .(uly 107 1-2. Closed: May 106 7-8; July 107 3-4; September 100 5-8. Winnipeg-Opened: April 98 1-2; May 98 7-8; July 100. Closed: AprJ' !�8 3-4; May 98 5-S; July 99 7-8. October 94 5-8, Oats-Closed: April 32; May 31 7-8; July 33 1-8; October 32. | SPLENDID RAINS AT PINCHER CREEK Pincher Creek, April 29.-'Rain fell here lasit night and for a bi'ief period today. The sky Is overcast and looks threatening at the time of writing, with every Indication that more rain or snow is among stone building at 29 Weyboss street, causing a loss estimated at $80,000 with partial insurance. Bxir minute Records for die, Edison Phonograph J0^^ When Mr. Ediaon invented the Amberol Record* he � invented the longnt Record ever made for a tound- A jMgfl reproducing machine. But the,AmbcnlRacacd it^not f only loneer; it is better. It is made from a new cem- YH|F position which makes a more perfect reproduction of K^^L music or the voice than any known mediod. ^^Hr An Amberol Record in an Edison Phonosraph is " the most perfect reproduction of a song or a piw* of instnimenod music that you have ever heard. But do not accept our satement. Go and hear it There is a dealer new you. Hear the Edison Phonograph and compare it with other instnimenli before you decide. We will leave it to your judgment as to whether you can buy anything for the price that will give you so much real, genuine fun and pleasure as the Edison Phonograph. Rdlioa Phoaotraahl  116.50 to 1(16.50 Edison Amberol Record* (t�lc� ilooc) .U BdJaoaSUadafdncerda  - .40 Edlion Grand OperaRocords  ja There �r� Bdteoa ^ealeri vcrywbere. Go to the nearest and bear tbe Bdleoa Pkoa� arrapta play both Sdiaea Staadard and Ambarol Records. Get complata eataloca from your deaiar or trea at. NATMNAL PHONOOAPH COMTANY, 100 LakasMa ATanM. Onhnw, N. UJJL SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. R. O'Hagan will not receive Monday nor again this season. *   Saturday afternoon. May 7th, will mark the formal opening of the Tennis Club for the season of 1910. The splendid new courts and delightful little club house on the Barracks grounds, corner of Ooutts and Court-land atreets will be thrown open to the members for the first time, and at four o'clock the ladies will serve tea, a custom which will be followed each Saturday during the season. The ladles committee is composed of Mrs. J. H. Anderson, Mrs. E. H. Wilson, and Miss Wilson, Secretary.  �  What a feast of "good things' the theatre-going set have enjoyed the last two evenings. Manager Brown is to be congratulatfcj on the delightful attractions he has given Lethbridge people this week at the Majestic. "Nancy" Thursday evening touched a sympathetic chord In every one, and her sweet singing brought forth enthusiastic applause. i.,a�t nlglit every available seat was lllled, and tlie lower tier of boxes occupied. Society paid homage to "The Royal Chef" by appearing "in vogue.." The costumes worn by uie chorus were unusually attractive, and the harmonizing colors developeu througliout was marked. The catchy music was all rendered in such a gay and bright manner that by the 'time the opening chorus concluded, every one was in the best of humor. The Royal Chef was such an enorniuus success that undoubtedly tlie company will be welcomed bv a nacked house thUs evening when they nresent "A Knight for a Day." TWILIGHT CHAT. .Vlornlng calls during the summer months have been the custom for a gieat many years among the matrons and debutants of the South, but the idea has appeared so feasible to the women of the east that for the past fivi:^ years it iias been adopted exten-sttely. Now the west is becoming enthusiastic, and during the coming ..;eas'jn the morning calling plan pro ntihOB to be extremely popular. U is about the most sane idea that could be imagined and the woman who originally thought of It deserves a medal. That the IdejL is ,.dcUcaI is without doubt. In the first place the stiff anu uncomfortable regulation calling toilette is done away with, and in its place a simple but fresh gingham, lawn or mull gown appears. For neighborhood calls, sun shades are carried to niatdh the gown and "mi-ladi" wears no hat. Although the comfortable white canvass shoe or Ox ford has by Dame Fashign been tabooed for afternoon wear, it is perfectly correct for morning usage, so may be worn, another boon and advantage of morning calling-canvass Oxfords. Then the afternoon nap may be enjoyed without tlie dread of being awakened by the announcement that a caller is below stairs, which Invokes a search for something that can be slipped on i...dily. The midsummer calling hour.8 are between ten thirty and twelve o'clock, choreby not conflicting with the morning work or the preparations for the one o'clock luncheon which is served at that time during tlie holidays when the c'hlldren are not in school. In Lethbridge m A Few Choice Ones 2 fine corner lots on Courtland and Ernest St. Water and sewer. |l,o()0. Terms. 2 lots corner of lane on Ernest .St. Sewer and water will be there shortly. '*sl.200. Terms. 3 lots on William near corner of Court-land. f$550 each. Terms. 66x76 corner of Eound and Loinhm. S2,5()0. Easy terms. A restaurant for sale, takings -^S;") a day, ^m) handk^s. A pool room for sale making laro'(> |�i-(>-lits. All tables Jiew. 1650 liandles. Balance easy. F. WADDINGTON & CO. Lycciiiii Building Phone 42fi J U s E O V R It E S T HEAD OFFICE: LETHBRIDGE - - - ALTA. After May 1�t, 1910. MILLS AT RAYMOND, MAGRATH, LETHBRIDGE Total Capacity - 800 bbla. where the wind Is fierce enough to ruffle the most fastidious toilette the morning visits ^ould prove acceptable, for usually Dame Wind does not become very annoying until the afternoon. IN THE SEWING ROOM. When putting in a sleeve some people find it difficult to get it to set well. This rule works fine: Take the under arm seam and then measure from the tip of the front finger to-waid tlie front of the waist, up to the second Joint of the finger; notch goods here, and then put Inside seam at this notch. You will have no mar� trouble with sleeves. Try It. Feather Stitchinfl. For feather stitching on infant's clothes or other white material, try using a coarse cotton thread, as No. 12, Instead of a �llk finlsihed cotton or floss. It will keep llrm and preserve its shape better, even after repeated washings. HOUSECLEANINQ HINTS. Now that house-cleanlng time has arrived, here are a lew hints that might help in making Leihbrldjge homes spick and span. A Good Cra.� Mller. A good crack filler is made by cooking two cupfuls of flour In three quarts of water, then adding a table-spoonful of alum and enough finely torn bits of newspaper to make the consistency of putty. Tliis will harden to the consistency of papier mache. Dentt in Furniture or Wainscoting. If there are dents in furnltnre or woodwork, they may be removed by placing over each dent a piece of wet felt, or thick pad of brown paper covered in turn by a wet cloth folded In several thicknesses. Press with a hot flatlrcn and the steam will cause the dent to dlsapDcar. In Cleaning Woodwork. In the interior of lue modem house woods are seldom used in their natural atate. The surface is covered with several coatings of stain, oil paint, shellac or varnish, wbloh add durability and beauty to the natural wood. As the cleaning processes are nddr .1 to the last coat it stands to reason that they must not be of a nature to harm the finish. All surfaces except those finiSiheu with wax, may be cleaned occasionally with a weak solution of soap or ammonia, but their continuous use will remove the polish and render reflnlsh._� necessary. A few drops of kerosene or turpentine on a soft cloth may be used to clean all polished surfaces. After wiping with kerosene the surface must be rubbed dry each time with a soft cloth or the dust will be collected and re-, tained. T.b9 mom .vi�oroB�*�ie rul>4 bing the higher the polish. Outside the kitchen 'the woodwork seldom needs scrubbing. When Putting Down Carpets. In compartlvely few houses nowadays does one find carpets tacked down. They have been almost entirely superseded by the use of rugs and wa.xed, painted or polished floors. If used, however, an easy way' to stretch the carpet is to put on a pair of rubbers, then scuffle along the carpet in the direction In which It is to go. CHURCH SERVICES St. Augustln't (Anglican) - Holy )Communlon at 8.30 a. m. Morning prayer with sermon 11 a.m. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Evening prayer with sermon 7.30 p.m.. Holy communion at 11 o'clock service on the first Sunday of each month. Rev. J. E. Mur-rell-Wrlght, M.A., rector. Churoh of SK. M|ary (Anglican), North Lethbridge-Sunday school at 3 p.m. Choral evensong at 7.30 p.m. Also on Wednesdays and Fridays at 8 o'clock. Wesley Church-The pastor. Rev. T. P. Perry, will preach at both services. In 'tlie morning his sermon will be '"I'he Supreme Business of the Church," and In the evening, "The Possibilities of a Missionary Career." Westminater Church-The pastor will preach at both morning and evening services. The evening subject will be "The Development of the Soul." Catechumen class at ICl.") Other classes at close of morning service. Sunday school and Bible cia'Ss at 3 o'clock. The church will be specially decorated for May Day. All are Invited. First Baptist Church-Rev. A. J. Prosser pastor. Public worship end preaching service �t 11 a.m. and 7.ao p.m. 'Kvenlng subject "L/Ot's choice." Sunday school and Adult Bible class at 3 p.m. St. Andrews (Presbyterian), North Lethbridge-Services are held in the Bailey street school. -Morning service at 11 a.m. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Evening service at 7.30. W. W. Bry-den, minl�ter . St. Cyprians (Anglican)-The following are tomorrow's services. Holy communion 8.30 a.m. Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a.m. Sunday school and Adult Bible class at 3 p.m. Evensong and service at 7.30 p.m. Rev. W. V. McMIllen, rector. Services are held in the Conservatory of Music Hall. Christian Science-Services Sunday morning. May Ist, at 11 o'clock in K.P. Hall Round street; subject, "Everlasting Punishment." Golden Text, "And that servant which knew his Lord's will and prepared not himself, neither did according to His will, shall be beaten with many stripes." Luke 12:47. The Finest Flavoured Tea " 8ALADA" is hill-grown tea-grown on plante-tions high up on the hills in the Island of Ceylon. The leaf is small and tender with a rich, full flavour. SAUDI - it always oi unvarying good quality. Will you be eon-lent with common tea when you can get *'SALADA"f Blaek. Iflzad aad Natnnl Oma, 40e, SOc, 60e and 70e per IK STOCK COMPANY OF RARE EXCELLENCE "The College Girl" PraMnted Last Evening by Talented Company FASHION NOTES FROM HARIS SHOPS. Contrasts of colors are again the thing. In foulards pin and polka dots and' big coin spots prevail. Dots and rings are much employed in tlie new foulard designs. Peasant frocks of white linen are decidedly smart for .ne small daughter. Vivid touches of orange and Chan-tecler red are Jn evidence on black gowns. .Much selftriiiimlng is used in bias bands, cordlngs, sliirrings and the liltp. iLeghorn hats, faced with black velvet, are shown in many smart and novel sliapes. Odd effects are gained in chiffon gowns by making them over a contrast ing shi'.de. Many lobe dresses are in evidence, with spots as big u., a dollar iorni-ing the border. Embroidery flountlnss and all overs are to he much ,.sed tlii.s season for pretty frock.s. Read what the Lindsay (Ont.) Evening Post of April 1st says of the Par-tello Co., which csmes to the Majestic next week: The Partello Stock Co. Is one organizaitlon that lives up to Its advance notices, as their appear ance last night at the Academy of Music proved a revelation to theatre goers who were delighted with the well nigh perfect presentation of "The College Girl," uy a cast that Is superior to an>-thlng ever seen here in comedy drama. "The, College Girl" is one of Austin Adams' best plays and is replete with passages of pathos and humor that makes it intensely Interesting. It was exquisitely staged, the scenic accessories carried by the company being unsurpassed. A great deal could be said about the work of the performers. The management has been fortunate in possessing a compau/ of finished artists who dellneateii the different roles assigned in an exceedingly faithful and clever manner. Miss Alice Kennedy as Gall Hadleigh, an undergraduate, Is the leading lady, and her work last evening stamped her as an actress of great natural and histrionic ability. Her ALL DOWN THE YEARS FOR MORE THAN HALF A CENTURY EDDY'S MATCHES Have been the Leading Ligat of Canada. ProgreaaiTe actltrity and the best materials have evolved from the slow burning Sulphur Match the perfect up-to-date EDDY "SILENT" PALOR MATCH Why use an Inferior Match? Use Eddy's Matches Always and Everywhere. We have been making Eddy Matches at Hull ever since Eig^hteen Hundred and Fifty-One L B. Eddy Co'y. Ltd. HnU, Canad, COWAI CQ 1 ecenomi'cni that ^^"*"^/of cocoa - rich. fragrant, nutrlt^ou^----the delicloue flavor that is characterlatlc of Cowan a. is the most you can buy. will make a cup THg COWAN CO. Liairrco, tononto. - � 132 _ and magnetism won the admiration of the audience. Jack Westerman essayed the role of "Billy" the trainer and coach in a clever manner, and became a favorite throughout the performance. He is an actor of consummate ability. The Partello Stock Company is deserving of the 'heartiest support of local theatre goers. WESTMINSTER SCHOOL OFFICERS The annual business meeting of Westrntastcr Sunday school was held last night, for receiving reports and election of teachers and officers. The secretary's report showed a present membership of 201 and an average attendance for the year ol 131. The treasurer reported that the school had raised over 1400 during the year. For missions $38.50, library $46.00, building fund of church $164.70, aid and extension fund, $9.50, and the balance for the current expenses of the school. The work of the Home Department and Cradle Roll committee was endorsed. The following are the staff for next year : Superintendent, Jno. Torrance ; assistant superintendent, Mrs." Lytic ; personality .superintendent primary devartment, Mrs. Dunsworth; assiatant, Mxs. Burgman ; superintendent hooie department, Mrs. Wm. Hoult; aupeiin-tendent cradle roll, Mrs. Buigman; secretary, Thos. Shaw; tieasurei, Wm. Byron ; librarian, R. L. Nicket-son ; organist, Misa Myrtle KiUwn; teachers, adult class, Mr. aaaaeraoa, Mr. Lee; young ladies claai, Mrs. Lytle; yoUng men's Class, Jas. B. Gray ; intermediate classes, Mra. Jas. B. Gray, Miss Olona Dunsworth, Miss Irene Pindlay, Miss E. Auatin, E. W. McClelland and Mrs. Buns ; monitors, Mathew Logan and Percy Both-am. SPECIAL ORANGE SALE^- Oranges are now at their beat. The magnificent ripening weather of the past few weeks has produced gtankiat oranges of superior quality and lUc vor. The special Sunkist Orange sale, which starts next week, offers the public an opporrtunlty to buy the Sunkist quality California oranges, and every one should take advantage of the offer. EVELYN THAW SAW HARRY. Matteawan, N. Y., April 29.-Evelyn Nesblt Thaw, visited her Ihusband Har ry K. Thaw, at the asylum bere for an hour to-day. This was her first visit since Thanksgiving Day. The purpose of her conference could not be learned. It will be worth your while to call and get our prices and see our fine stock of plants for setting in your FLOWER BEDS And VEGETABLE GARDENS We are growing a very large assontinemt of the best varieties. It yo.ii leave your order with ii.s yo'.i are sure of the best roKiills from what we send you. The Terrill Florsdi Co. Cor. Ashnicad Si Dufferin Phone 577 Urilll-ani .sadn or tuiilard linings replace those of sell'-color foi- coats and wraps. Earrings are picturesciue, particularly when worn with the quaint ooif-fin-es now In vogue. Many coats liave continiioas fronts but are cut off at the waist in the back and pulled into a satin or leather belt. The English and jrrench jikiues in white and the newest shades of plain colors are smart for tailored skirts and costumes. ShiMfa Gun (luickly slops coiiRhs, cures colds, hcula tbc tbroul and tunas.    'J5 ecam 'look For The Sign Of The Slate'' Sometimes expert shoe men are fooled with imitation Good Year Welts. Sometimes they buy these imitations to fool you. Buy the real "Slater Shoe," made by no other process but Goodyear Welt. SLATER SHOE For Men $4.00, $5.00 For Women $3.50, $4.00 Sold at only one Store in Lethbridge, Alta. W. E. BUCHAN, 408 Round Street ^^^^ ;