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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'HB U5TUHIHIK.K DAILY HKJUU) EDITED BY "INO" Office PhBne 1224. Residence Phone 1197 0. -drv those, tail's.'. t'alin. ffirs Clouds nviiy In1 UmiriiTow t llarla't. Mr. K. Dolicrer, of is a gucH in (lit (oil i) Mrs. L. A. McAstockcr anil Httlc Bori.hco, of, filioll, B. C., nni'ivml in the tit tcsltidiA UK! ire the of Mr. awl Mrs. Owen Delay, Governor aiuj-'MrS., Nnrris, of Mon- t nn H( honor m iU of lhr Mrs." Worrell, of. Toronto, ami Mlrt left this 'morn mj, ror Vaiicoiiur to inui Mis Minis from Ulktn IJ t and on tlu.ii Htuui ttttl bt the guests of Mrs II Ihilclunsofl JOS iul Hit il iiitiuls'of jMrs I s IIOUM kUtsl winimi uill be uhd f" leirn thai Heullg is their iiiines, and of whoso elegiint re- at which Hi) lowed to 'read wltli ilftlM. we iliull not uvk to Join In Ihoao are good .Mohnmniediinti, much aUachvd to our and we know, tlmt It la not to change HO brtiltiiibly from bnfled on relixion and; tallied by Ihe ;faniuilolsm of nln and common iicogile. Hut I- di.ie to nay Llml these customs make slaves just as ciiiiuh a any docrlbed the sacred 'books; That which con- demns us to the obscurity of the vet! ins an origin wliieii lit 'worthy of be- Ing told. TJjEATgjNCAL pietul inouiing slit ill liei liobUs.b i mouth Kill Is during tlicu berla. Commerce I tour ol Soiitlm.ui liifoit Hturning io her, home in t-ai In sjnle of the I 1h( Misses Miss Irene Me Lac HI an, who is loniLil i unmix of thtii friends iL tlit tei houi and Kefjt HHM.J entoriainod by a novel, yet' cluvcr in which Miss Kdnji present, editing 'the society columns 4, fa [Henderson received the highest, score of the (ilgitv Ndws Jt is the neck end in OIL with her-, parents, Mr q V v rtceift lirothei-of-thi late Robert" Reeve', is uniting at the home of Mrs. Ncalc, hcforo ricLurning to his home in Los Angeles, Call fornin foe. iimie hecn the public school 01 Baintis teachers' staff, at Mecliciiic'-M-Jat ind w is i i I Inn i bon bon dish. The all the siikkestions of MtimncL uith its pink and nil blossoms and pile coloicd ictC and" UfomjiLlI fcicsldn. ,u Mls sinSian ami hu M w Mi million NO REASON FEAR ANY FROST Mrs.- Edward Peck was UIB hostess of: an informal (lancing party Thurs- day evening, in honor of her guests, Miss Peck and Miss'" Van Blarcom. ifler summer holidiW, ion.; U'011 fuuuls ol the hostess [enjoy_ed ilie of her dome j ind the nullity of the decorations wind, wtrc curicd out is fir as pos sihle in red, while "arid blue. Sanderson and [laughters Niin mid Inn, of Holland, Jitiuf nlso Mis M Ihllis md diugli tcrs Jjehsu Onto 01 H Cl uc HJ giu sis of Mis 0 Siridcison bin Vu Sfc1 and Airs term f ooiii. fohnci residents of I nuking then home in C K it t ills JWrmtdnH and irr ai onj, (nc 'tlele are mit.ug (.11) to will be m 'Aug. John Jacoli ills lili. eighteen jcu old Miss Madeline Force, a dia- H'Oiid ring weighs II tints ind is it Miss I orcc uho rcttnned uqm T to I 1 1 r 1 n 1 L V Residential School far Boys Tleilthy situ ah e S r n n ft I eiounils large O t. 11 V U I gymnaslum and _ _' skitlng rtnks Port etc] Bovs piepaicd Knjiil Military 'uidrtbusincss i Special attention Wven" tji youngei boy.H _ j beglnij Sept 13 boys must Sent 12 Foi cftleadaY ap .OSWALD RIQBY4IM LLO, Port Hopi Ont Re-Opaiing The Garhuit College j, AiigiiHi 7 moKjaw vimi '5 C'writcn added tp temiB for thofle en rollmc at once. For .informa- tion regarding courses, call at toe Garbutt Basiness College ALBERTA BLOCK, LCTHBRtDGE port last evening with her mother after -choosing a cottage in which she iiLiI to Col stl out tu ordci a trnusht m he. fittin.5 tin tunic of i mm uiiosc in come is more, thun .'a .year, ill s tint the scores of shop KiLpcis uill be working under to thL udrobenith its infinite number of details'within the brief period-of sixty days. lloinii Push i i distinguished Tuil wrote an a French Journal, setting forth in .glowing description tho unalloyed bliss of the Turkish ivo- nen of1 today. An educated Turkish woman answers him In the' follOM1- For an Intelligent woman, .the lifa in the harem is one of long, gray hours, full of discouragement, and eannefig. It fa true we may read. That is still our principal distraction to whom we" may "speak of our readings, with whom may we ex. change a serious (noughts' The society of men is forbidden to us and are surrounded by women rela .ives and friends who are generally acking in education, -because undeir -he ofd order.of.-things It was not ai- owed, to send .Mohamniedan girls to Suropoan schools.: Our husbands are mmensely surprised if we wish to speak to them about some subject out- side the habitual' ot'> .so-called eminine conversation.. They arc en glad to leave these' harems of iiirs, crowded with 'chliarerf. slaves and gOBsipers. They go out to their bu'sine'ss or heir pleasure, to dinners, to -balls or o fetes, which are given by Euro- peans, of whom we know nothing but MAJESTIC THEATRE The cycloraum that la used In tho first act. of ".In WHhird .Mack's play of life in the West, which will be seen here on -Monday and Tuas day next, was. painted by the well Known scenic artist, ..Mr. D. Wag- ner. drop represents M'eeks of patlciit and tiring work; it is 75 feet wide, and f9rnis the .background of Ihe Dalby ranch, and shows in the distance, miles away, the snoM--capped Big Hornk mountains, M'ith the sandy, eactua-grown plain In the foregroimd. The News-T.elegram says of "In Wyoming' Tho advent of such a splendid play as is only, another proof that, when Ihe public are. given the goods, they are (inlck to appre eiate it, as thejioiises nightly at the Lyric testify. Plays may come arid plays may go, but when you get right doM-ii .to mother earth and n stage picture can make you realize that you- are only humans after that play deserves the greatest credit. Every character In it. was real, and [f I had had the opportunity of shaking hands with them, 'It would o'nly have streng- thened my opinion that the'y were real men and women, such as fought, .suf; fcred, loved and finally built up' the great Western Empire. Calgary's 'erdict Wyoming" is one., real good show- -Why.say more? Some people 'have, -been that wot weathei will, keep the grain buck-so that It will got caught before-It rlp- cnifbut'figures compiled by'Aid. C. Bowman, thp.local meteorological officer, shoM's that there Is, judging froni previous no ground I'oi these apprehensions The kindly provided the Herald by Mr Uowmaii, give the year, the iimouut of precipitation during August of each year, the number of days rain fell and tho date of the first fall frost respectively, aii follow-; August Days of August Preclp. llaln (1.09 1902 1903 1904 ISO-, inoc 1907 1101 1910 1911 2) 1.18 4.70 3.30 0.1 0.78 1.18 -I 15 9 4 S 13 -I 0 1st Frost .AllE. 29 .Sept. 13 .Sept. 13 .Sept. 30 -Aug. .Sept. 11 .Sept. .Sept.. 14 Aug 4 It-willJbe'noticed that August frosts lime cotne onl> once in four and each time tKree years have fol- lowed" Without any.'-.MK Bowman's re- cords show also-that whenever'frost in AugUft'It has never yet been more than one degree. There therefore, no juit grounds for any apprehensions regarding this years :rop- beih'g 'harvested before any frost hat could do damage comes Greatest Excitement in Many Years Follows the Discovery Notion, Aug. since the days .of tho cold rush to (he Cariboo, has there been so inueh, excitement over a mining discovery lii British Colum- bia, us that vvlilcli has followed the announceiueiit by Gordon French, tho eminent metallurgical chemist, that five moUls of the platinum group in Immensely valuable quantities were found In Dyke, of considerable width ind many miles to length, and hither Io thought tojic valueless from a min- ing viewpoint, which extends In a teilj dlicctlpn ilmost fiom Hit city Ilnnli of Nelson 1 In fhe metals are plalinnm, palladium, rhodium, os- mism aiul iridium. Since tlie news leaked out It has developed that.sev oral local men have been staking staking claims by the score along the location of Dyke, and the past few days a dozen prospectors have left th city in the return each evening and '.'one to dozen claims, a'nd b'y every train and boat prospectors, engineers and pro- moters, the discovery ire af-ri'ring, oVtlici streets and In he hotels, the discovery is the subject Anndiificement: one NOTED GREAT WEALTH A BURDEN JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER ADMITS Declares Truth of in, 'Cleveland Church-That, Crown of'Rrches to Kings. Cleveland, Rocke- feller admitted last''Sunday that great wealth was.- a burden' that destroyed the real zest of life arid banished peace from the heart. rje confessed t to the Rev. Carter. Helnr Jones of Oklahoma Cltyvfollowingi the 'latter'! sermon at 'the> morning- services of .he Euclid Avenue Baptist church. Dr. Jones was supplying the. pulpit In the absence of. the regular the Who Gave One Oiy'l Proceeds a Week to Charity. Is Dead .Baducah, Aug.. Or. Don Gl berto, 78 of Paducah's liest knowu an unique char acter died today of dropsj The decora tnmehmi unautn jaltn The. a native of Cuba and of Irish He -inje to Partucih when a man and foi a long time conoVefed i Inn 1 on the market being as the 'Red-Headed Coot." Later lie' entered 'the saloon ness, at which! her; made a fortune. was noted for his Original fancj drinks and menus Pnctldlng charltj I Rev.. W. W. During .Bustard. sermon Dr.- Jones :-al- HAVERGAL COLLEGE WINNIPEG ,v A Residential and Day School for Girts WITH KINDERGARTEN DEPARTMENT modern buildings with fine assembly hall studio and gymnasium ii providing tennis courts, basket ball and hockey .rink. for the study of MUH.O and Art Full modern curncu lum with preparation for Manitoba Matriculation. E L Tones LL V St Andrews Scotland assisted bi large resident and staff Calendar containing full to' the Buraai SCHOOL REOPENS ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12TH. 1911 uded -to the "coronation crowns-i of (frigs, He follow''up this by'a refef-l once to "a crown of wealth" arid its incident anxieties and mental 'tor- tures Mr. Rockefeller Ijstened -intently to the. pastor's .words.. He even, lean- ed forward'in his pew so as not to miss a single phiase of the pulpit or alor's utterances. 'That was one of the best serin'oris eiei heaid in m3 life said Mr Rockefeller to the mlnistei at the con elusion of the sen ice iour words were full of solemn truth, Indeed. I was. deeply interested. Dr. .Jones spoke-on "The Gomul ef Grace" talking from the first verses of the. One Hundred and Third-.Psalm on Forgiieneis Healing Redemp tion Coronation and Satisfaction The coionation croons of kings :week-to'the poor an'd unfoi-tunaterDr Gilberto held'a'life iri'the Paducah-Elk's Lodge Tomorrow he will be burled in''a cemented of whlch-'Tie hat made several yearfti'ago, one his greatest 'delight, ceeds of his bii1 gflie all the pio ess one day eiiSh MARKETS GRAIN. PRICES Winnipeg, Aug. October opened 97 34, closed 07 1-4; December opened 17 L1 closed II 7 S op ened 1Q1..1T2, closed. 101 1-2. Oiits. October opened'3S'3-1, closed 38 1-S: December opened. 38 5-8, closed 3S. Flax; October ouoned 187, closed Ifl: Cash 1 ..N'ortli- 9S No 2 Nortbein 91 No t Northern 01 1 No 4 Northern S7 Oats: No: 2 C. W 1 Barlej 1 50 12 Flax No IN American.Markets Minneanolis op ened 104 closed 10 i 14 Dccembei op ened 101 -I 1 104 1 4 op eiied. 108 3-8, cloecd 107 7-S. Chicago open ed JJ closed 1' Decembci opened closed 91 14 Jlaj opened 10- closed 101 '3-4. I nave purchased the stock and business heretofore conducted by C. Ross Tate, and with which I have Been connected for the past year. I have been appointed of- ficial C.P.R. watch inspector, and will make repairing a specialty M. Sadowski Eureka Theatre Bldg. 5th Street HAS CHAIN OF AN HISTORIC WATCH was norn about the neci, rathr.r than (jsluitd through ,i button hole Thi chain lias been appraised liy j'ewelle.ts {and is found Io contain 1 of I pure sold. The. iwbulii Rnunond, Ra) moml! of hut (.om-hpondcnt m went budget for it any 01 a >en aluilile and historic j wishes to sell It is believed onct the propuU ol the originalJ to been made in Ltah, and the Hngham oung, anil IIOK m the I's-tuncil Socielj of that state lands of M7uor B S ,Q LIVE. STOCK .MARKET {Supplied by Rice and Whaiey Win nipeg.) Uecelpts loi Ihe pist and the previous week: fir.inuioii, muvui L> j i Doling viiilcr lias piescnt when ,t ,m mother gi Nark ouiiaM an consideration 1 he cli nn came to Mas aiding (lit article rtlccred j hls mil IIL mforu .Ml the icnornr tint the cliuii belonging to'1 tliJt wjtch MS m Ins ssion tlic Icrald man has a liking, for curios, mil also because he .believed-t-he.llcr- uould ho jhtere'stcd in healing of iches of so distinguished a mm as the I lie Unghani Trouug, ho asked to lie shown the chain. ;Mr (.'anmin took him; to.the ..Bank... ol. Montr' il, the chain ftoiri the v mil ind pliqul on cxlubi- tion I In is of ulain dcsirn ind unidc gold Attaditcl to it, is_ a, ipn, the shape yif -i clasped luiml, ,ilid tilts is of Utah gold ['he st-vle is lh.it m use at the time it. was made, when the chain 'wife; 'another for x lived with'him and tbvUhird for him self. are all too heaxV he said Thjs evidenced In roialt} throughout Bur ope. In the crown OH wealth la much too burdensome. Hn fact it is ;bat all who -WCBI It complun of Its weight and event ually find that its burden takes the real sitisfaction out or life and ban lahes peace from .the heart. COL. GREEN DEAD Duluth Minn Aug Col T G Green the vedknonn copper mag nate of the Canadian died tod ly of acute pneumonia LIBERALS MEET MONDAY NIGHT Eight o clock Mondat eien Ing; at St Ausustm'a Pariah Hall uill sen the gathering of the Lethbridge and Staffoid illle Liberals for the oigania tion meeting and the telection 4- of delegates to attend the nomhfitlng conVentlota to be 4> held in this city- next Thlire day Elerj Liberal and every sirporfer of rertprocltv In fie1 city1 is invited and expected to .rttenrl in the meeting IE of the importance in H lew ol the forthcoming election COLOMBIANS AND PERUVIANS IN BATTLE. COLLEGE Cajjary, Alta. Open September 7th, 1911. High Class Residential College for Boys Men, and and Young Women, leading represented on itl rapultr.and Governing Board. Non-sectarian In the nenie. Gov- ernment OhaHw. Ideal location. Staff of highest scholarship and experience. I lories, classrooms and dining hall, equipped and furnished the very bent. New building. i eoimiEt OF truby Prtjifktory Teachers Milllirj Clrll too yeara undergraduate work book liwpliat (hortliaiil tjpevi riling ConsCTTatorf of Manual and Teehnlcal Training HWMhold Science and'Art, Phjslcsl Culture and Mne Arts Udlea College Ooursa, apcclal for ftt Calndar and particulars A. W. KtlttV, Giiayarju JI, Ecuador, Aug. 5. to recclr- ed today a battle .was fought between' Colombian .and Per- nrlan troops In Caqueta. a large territory in Colombia. The Colombians were defeated with great loas COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA CowAn's seems to hit the right spot It is great food for husky young ath- letes the appetite euy to digest: (felkious Lattlo Calica Last week 3 oil Prev.week 1160 1180 233 ALBERTA MAKING A GREAT SHOWING Toronto Aug Hunt of London Ont, director of the Maple Leaf Milling Co and a piomlnent grain man _who has just tctuined from his annual m pectlon ot the crops in AI bushels tojthe i No ti'tce of riist he VV f BAND NOTICE All members of the Lcrlibndgc Ciiuem' band knidlv meet at the ntoi v of Musir on 8unda> afternoon ai one o'clock J George Har- per, bn nd master. woman Hoes '120 Sheep .'Slfl The market this week opened slow and dlacg} but later developed into quite.an. active .trade.. The trade.was a shade stionser in spots and some sales shoved a slight advance ovci prices, the advance being mostly, on the medium kinds of selling from- 3.75'to 4.00. Among, the receipts were about 15 of Western cattle of medium final ity and fat, and these found an outlet at around 4.75 -for the steer end. with and hpifera-selling from 4 to 4 o We, spldyf) carsiof good. Saskatche- caf-tle sfeers cowi ind heifers, averaging U021bs., at-5 centv which was the ton of the market this week. There some little demand from here are rather too strong to be ship ped tq tho Eastern markets We rather Ip.'pk-'.fbr the. Eastern demand to Improve'., ana. Awhile we do not ex- pect any great change In cm rent quo tatlons soon, we think present prices will .at least hold steady for {he next few days little demand for.stockers.'and feeders, and it-would be -better to leave 'the' country for ,timc-yet. We quote fee and watered Best ibutcber steers and Heifers. 4.50 to 5.00; medium, butcher .steers aiu heifers, 4.00 to 4.2S; common butcher steers and-heifers, :i.fiO to 3.S5: best fat cows, 3.85 to'-1.15; medium cows 3.50: to 3.70; cannere, 2.50 to best bulls 1 00 to 1 iO common bulli 2.50 and feed- ers, 3.75: to sfockcrs. .I'l to choice milkers ind spunsers 35.00 to. 45.00; common to medium milkers and springers. 20.00 to 30.00. The hog supply was much larger than a wcek.ago, -but there was a very strong prices held firm at 7.50, with n-..slight.c'ut oil stags and roughs Some few hogs sold foi a. shade rnbre.- Sheep supply increased and the feeling 4 little-easier, majority of best sheep selling at 5.50. Lambs were In good demand nnd firm at 7 to 'Choice to-6.50. NINETVOIjle VIARS OLD Ixmileir Aug stmCbcona will celebrate his birthday quietly 'n town tomorraw. The Aftermath of Stoc 1M7E ARE AT busily engaged winding up the affairs of our Semi-Annual Stock-taking. During this period of stock-taking many odd lots ofdesir-r able merchandise have come io light, that for one reason or another the management of this store has de- sired that they cleaned out'at once. Arrangements are now being made these goods down to such ridiculously low prices as will effect an, immediate and entire, clearance and in a few days we be in shape to offer you the genuine money-saving opportunities ever presented to the people of vicinity. r If you are interested in spending your money at its futtest earning capacity, you must in justice to yourself keep in touch with our advertisements, and so be posted in the excellent shopping facilities now being organised at this store Hudson's Bay Stores ;