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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HEKALP "V talented young violinist who iJiurtly 'ici'attend tlie Hamburg Conservatory of Miisir, Toronto, and later to study in Get many asfDisjiiissed Without Among the Madedd Conservatives LOTS HEKALO AO. Macleod. Alta, Mac- Public School wlU opeA for and he Jilgh School will comuience.OM: neek later. W. H. Mclntosh.'ofTo-T roitbl has accepted''the principal of whlck was'rendered vaunt by ion of R. M. ception, .there will be tip cbangw" U th'e t'chool staff for the'cotalci '.Melntofti Is'a craduateLOf ronto -Uslvei-Eity, and ilgbly For: ibe[ past: two years, he has been connected! with, the Slrathcona acb'obj at bad been oifered-the.jxjiS; tlon far science "master at. Albert'Col- ege, BelleVille. X- the'lale principal the High' Echool, has accepted with'the ColIegiaUt Icalilute, at a'laltry of flTOtyn .an'- will leave with his wlfe'fbE'' that placc'ln a few'days. During hli, year's stay" In Macleod, Mr. made, many-friends .'who bis departure.-'-.'" W. jOlyde, agent at the Blood Rj for-tho past' three" been 'aoUfied'1 by' the. depa.rtmenf ;kt. the .eid rt .They as a rtsult. plc are itill buying d tht mln P'' tr he who we add, In Bvi DobUy will bcir tribuU A ftw day'f lott for Hat he aayi the Hirald did the trick. payt to In at all scatoni of I x veil V supporter i-eral wfi for.aiV' Underwit Benefit Game, uy lur.' c- i ttie Eleven1 i ij ".w a or 1 GAM ABM HOTTER AND FKIEND MAISUEf- SUFFRAOETTtS BUT QIOGLINd 'GAVE TMtM. .TBC Grill, on September iil will'take Ihe form of a jd'the work io connection jtk'v tiil otiganUatlon will be eom- rf awocia- no lUUe'amusement ilftofBf and it is understood; tiat "ilifht split in Conservative iJfdirectiirs, and sbareholderi of Farmers' Elevator aBd have at last definitely .affiliate with the. Alberta -Elevator Co, 'organized. This baa conaj deration by the mext- concern for.aome iif a'meelinj held on Sat- .j. H. McLean, J. Honier; ____. V Daion': were ajpoinlod-delo- itsC'.io'ittVJ the organization meet- ankiin hasj "realdfnce of >t, for ''decided-to mak'e. tie ot the country, aia'head- and ,tte houae 'thai Mr. 'family, to Primp At the Melbediai Charcl" sale of the I'-Will bi, Saturday eteiinf Jxmdoe, society and official clrciei today are laugh- Ing htjj-aly ofer'Chancellor of the EicbequV David LJoyd George's lat- est encounter ylUi "sutfragettei." Although-'tie tormentors were not'the" real irUcle, be lot a tare Meat, 'and several Scotland Yard who-jinked at the hoai have reprloiatideu. The" have on XJoyd George's for the past and be never toes any where wUbout a bodyguard ot-plain ciothesmeS' When be received an In Tttatloo to Wlnntoiton hall Cheshire heme -Mend, head of thi BritUb. he feit'n for Sir Altret Ja''oii ofnjki Liberalism up OB wiom thp Chancellof could depen bo 1 beautifu tar protocUoB from unoyancet. Sir w.uneonVaotional ''am she is bea decided; it niakf'Uoyd deorje'j lear of a pra of boiom' W anil i the4 two' d onne !.i__ '__j i aA other artistic a lire.-'Kn'ti Jkelf wjth paint, iraed with suffragette 1: eratlre'iiidi'kammers.' '.They traili tie U the golf llaks, wht akulkiBC buJhj'i the fere SfOtliiSiV de'tecttTes; who de-ji> their iOPE TO BECOME'BIG BROWN MEN OF CENTUHIES.TO COME August- taturo o' the Japanese people is go- ng to be heightened through Amer- caa influence. As a rtsult of calls- bciiic and eugenic mclhodi Imported rom Ihe United States, the little irown men of to Say hope to become he big brown nien of .the centuries o come." This the sUtemect made tcda> >y Mrs. Antoinette X Hsvvley, hon president of the Colorado. W C. T, U., TV bo returned from a. trip around the world in time to cele brate her se'venty-second birthday an niversary a few Desplt her advanced age] Sirs. Hawle'y U a active- as a girt She hopes 'to beg] another globe" clrcitEgv tour on'he sereoty-tblrd birthday. "The tremendous infiueuce o! 'Am- erican thought In the'Far' East wa the one that Imbreised ine mos during my, said llrs.' Ha'w ley. "This Is i Japan... wi find evidences of the: American, ii ilu'ence. The rnovt a complete; monopoly- on t fu nishing the little ideas. "By American methods culture and hygiene the Japaces '-'i 11. i'-.'.I-. aain nn. hWorf oilber Uili> or T f pcifi'a l-.mfi.': Ii i :-' r- Istii t' MrSr'il baa i A'.bait lORI futuro ie (lace aw, o': P'r 2" TV aialuip' a bulk aouifi li'.li w.f. Ikl lit' tr'arr.a. i-v-iTaahT lur l-i .n. ir'.'l Poriy arid at Shcaves j Less Twine CaUajT. An: '.M a avxil -Tei may. rare pn-i-1 aad k Vh'lora Alfi X -Tlrer of IMaoa' wao I after a hwi lovl. Mkt. flnalf vaa oa July IS.- Three Boa look i i< tbf 111 to: attmtpM hmk pfia TJitj da i irril-y attMM M OML vV Uu CEDA 'i PC Great West JLji' K-IBWO ikM OMitoMt IM to' a i ;