Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tuesday. Aiipisl 22. liH.1.1 TITF LCTTTRKTnOF DATTT Office Phona 1224. Residence Phone 774, TV? and 'TIs easy enough to he pleasant, life flows ultmy, like Hut the man whiles'thtt, man, who can smito, When every thing dead wrong- Miss, CiietieHa.' Jlanly returned ;to- day from vteftin'g Mix. IVO. Grotf at- Mrs. Angus Victoria1 Man- sions, lias returned from a six week's vacation Xew York; Chicago and Toronto. T.' K. Robertson, o( the Bank ol Montreal who is enjoying a va- cation in Montreal, is expected home on .Kriday, Mrs I7nss, Argyle Ave., Is entcr- tatning her si.Uer, Miss Robinson, of .Edmonton, for'a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Watson, of fMoose Jaw., and -Jolin Watson, 'Havpiock, dht-, are guests'at the homc'of 'George H. Voting, Bartlctt' j Mrs. home, Buvlelt St., u i lip ren of pleisint Tfnir'al the tta hour rest.prdav. when .some fifteen of Mr. Frank-VMedley's friends pnspnUd him with in eliilnc lamp, piuiL fo us dep u Ln rt this m iniing for Toronto, w'h'ere In's marriage; will sliurlh h I he pi< cnla- was made bv Mr. Krntfst .lack- ann and to the hiide-to-lie was proposed hv Mr. A...1. Irving. Tomorrow .--Wflflnesdav, all riav hoth mo clr T ilteinoon Miss rilney will welcome each I.idv of the city, well as any visitors in l.ethhridgc, at .thr: autumn onening of her mi I lin- en ji ulor Ue UP nil MMIIi wondering; whnt. fh? iatpst in hats is. Judging from'. 1 hrar, Miev are more ru'v- ishl iirli l "tlj linn uu imt it JM i (tie ntofrt tn ions to see them.' Ttlnev aKvavs has what is 'grofl'1 ?nd Uift ladies 'will up doubt show, Uiat thcv. this by Ihroi her "Oon s tomouou J. A. .Sinclair -Campbell, formerly ol this hilt now of Medicine I xnrnt the .week-end with .frimdt j. Miss who has been with tMys. U. 10. Man-' for 1 he last Uvo .weeks, to'iiiiy (or Tnbrr. i i j Kev, Mrs. I'ragR and children iart1 ;il. the home oj Mrs. (nrnp'p; for 'a- few'.days, when iihcy will leave forMapnn. where Rev. CniEjg has been' appointed professor. in (he at Kobe. .He will siiidy the- -Japanese at the I'niversif-y at Tokip for a year, be- fore assuming the duties of his new I position. I dropped in at the exhibition hulld- ing last cvtitiing for 11 few mipulM and uvcrythiitg was hustle and excite- j muni. The mnln is certain-1 ly a very fine one, iiml the..diHercnt booths lend thi-insfivcs very repdily to decoration. Of course, the part which interested me most, was the women's department, which'contains 'a credit able showing indeed, ''ami occupies the entire I could not begin to mention tvery- ;'thing In exhibit, butM will in a I general way sivc you some idef of i the. iirelty things to be seen there. I 'I'here are KO iiiany beautiful 'tahlf, centres in pure wiiitP lind- colors, em- brnidcrcil in lloral-and conventional lii-siiins. A number, of vory large' Holland centre pieces beauliriilly worked are ;1 and shape are exhibited. Kxquis- ilely dainty tea cosies 'caught my, i Such pretty pin Clishions of j eye as I passed along, (hie white j satin one. embroidered, iii 'nots and a pale yellow satin one with i :liaUeiibcrg are two, which 1 noticed in particular. But. the sofa piljpws, von should see them, They are. oi: different, shapes, sizr.i and dcsjgns. .lust ;1 few 1 caught a view of wpre [A'.: white satin pillow embroidcreil in solid red and pink'rpses, a i.'en .done in violets and with drawn i work frill, a black" gHtlniSvltli j yel-; low. blaclc ciTectiye many! others, which I have not space' to de- scrilw. I The woman's exhibit woijlrl not he complete'without some natch work would IColl, there are numbers oi them there, as. well as knitted ones, and also'the old-fashion- hook nvats in., convention'al and i animal, designs. j point law, drawn work 1 bflWtnttfi'K pieces are simply cxtjuiK- itefff I sirA, too, apron's oi 1 many iMfTurent kinds anil children's hand-made drosses. SomeUiUiK whiC'h-I look an especial Intmest was I hniss work, A fern dish, candlesticks, iitc., Kxcpllcnl pi-neil, pen and Iketchcs, crayon work as well as jjmjfyiligi' in water colors and oils f live y.mtli seeing. Aiuatcur ipraphy also occupies a space. A few diet table mats, dn-sser sets in .pin work, pillow shams, anil tapon- tvy olhei1 exhihits wmild lie arranged in this department today', as things wen- not nearly completed, I .thought as I examined tho display ot work, that it would he so interest- ing, if could just figure out the hours and hours spent on those ar- tistic pieces of hand-work. only thing aboul this Kind oi work is thai, as it were, the appetite prows with what it feeds on. The more one-dot's, very well, so Ions as. the me not injured, and if done in mqdtra lion it is a pleasure and some very beautiful results. N'umhfrs of friends, including es- pecially those belonging to artW Ie circles, were sincerely grieted at the death of Miss .Sydney .Strickland Tul- ley, R.C.A., which took place a time ago in" Toronto. She nas for years one of the leading -artifti pi Cannda and her studio in Toronto hcc native city, was well tft patrons of art. .She got her tnitlpn in London anil Paris from suuli mas ters as Legors, Benjamin, onsldnt anil Robert Finery. While there are many fmn nil por traits of Canada's great men left l-p attest iier talent, she reached the height of fiiT .success in-pastel npr- ti'aits of woircn and children. The drawing rooms of the Royal Alexandra contain lici: portraits of Queen Alexsinririi and the wnes of the tioveriiqvs-Ciciicral of Can id? and these arc greatly admired, although ine artist worked entirely from small photographs, with one exqeptioa thit of Lady Grey's, which was th? onh only executed from life. Miss Tullcy was also i talented writer, and Canadian.'periodicals fre- quently contained clever articles giv ine; her. impressions of the life of, artists abroad. Some of the prominent, alumna? of Hryn Cornell, Smith vlscar and other women's have recently formed an association in Ihe United .States, knov n as "he Intcueolle.eiatc Bureau of, Occupatio s for women, whose object i_s to seouie positions for women 'college gradu- nles. aims also to develop .opportuni i i tiM lor women in under- One nf Ihe hesi Icniwi-s oi the graduates lines, which will help Scout movement it llim Oiem ID cbooso nn wcupnlloii widely, plenly of active physical work, and MIss'Mnry Van Kleeck, a graduate of hit Iho same time maKes consider prusldwil nt llic liimril of dirrctors. of Hie ossni-ialion. Mr. and Mrs, Hugh Dnnlian, it beneath his honor, as n true scout, to' harm either his own life, or the property or character of others. IJuytou. OUio, IK one ol Uiv, places, are holidaying ;it Ihe roast, rtie ex-j whiclr rrcogiii7.es the value ot ilovelop- home Tluirstlay. 'lic lnvr activity along j work ;md play combined. The Miss nontiell has as her guest for le remainder.. of ol Mrs. Popular Meclianics magazine tells how hoys'lliorn were reclaimed, witlnnit I lie aid yl reform .schools. Kaeh hoy was provided wiUi u garden all his 'own, from which lie could family returned lrt supply his hunw and i to ihc city-on Saturday..after spend- ,0 the past, seven ninths in the Old is ol Country. located in a part of Oaylon now called South Park, Mrs. Saundci'-s, nf I al.fnmia, is ft fcet j spending some lime in -the city, the ln? wholc pjot j of. her son. being surrounded' by sbrnhbcry. The j nfficn of the Boys' Garden company quirt nut very- pretty wedding is a visry artistic building located at took place last Tuesday at the resi-'-Uie edge of the gardens, and the of- dcnee o! Mr Archibald Frew, ficors are hoys. Tlic hours of work when her daughter, in tho gardens arc from 6.30 to 7.3G Marfirtl tho hvklc of in the morning, and from 4 to 5.15 m llfllaid. C. Oandlor, the pvoninfi. H any boy wishes to Mta ceremony was coniUiclwi 'work he must stop work, 1 dandier, of Lion's Head, when the rest do, report to the head ttier ol UK sroom. Only the immedi- gardener, and get-permission to con- of both families were Kvcry hoy must slay in his presenl- Mr. and Mrs. Gaudier will clean bis tools af- for their western home un- j using, and bang them in- their Fall Millinery Openinj 1 will have un Opening of Early Fall Mil- linery on Wednesday, August 23 And following' days. All Ine latcbt in Felts and licadv-to-wears and Pattern Jlat4' While visiting the Fair don'1 fail to call' and insjwl our displa.y oi' millinery. Miss Cameron Hill Blork; Third Ave Mill Grace. Abbott, director of the lot the Protection of F.mi- Children, states that children, coine Irom'niral districts, where tpflr have been filled with out- door exercise, or, children, who come flora flu. distrir.ls oi Germany, where bupcuiscd e.vercisn is prescribed, are aL'Hihilel) free from crimiiiSl laint upon then arrival in this country, and is only afler spending s0mc months in the tenement districts 'of till, Amciu. in cities, ..that, these chil- dren-fall from grace. Miss_Abliotl is convinced that cducalion along the' linepiof play is the solution of nl juvenile crimi-. Miss idea along this line lb icquiescul in by thinking nvin amV women all over" the country. A few weeks ago in .the.. city oi Winnipeg the ijtst of i series, of moving picture ex- hibitions by the Play Grounds comniission at Argyle school. The object .of these films is to show the nesd of Rood, sanitary I conditions and generally. I llwv ilsu emiihasite wed of plcntjljjtjlfilrcsli air anil light. These exhibitions' aim to give promi- 'nence to the 'playgrounds movement ind Hit good work accomplished hy it Suith it Is pijssihle in even the 'smaller centres, for athletic fields 'or giounds to be set aside for i team plei in- summer arid skating iii winter. place. The use of had language is siriclly forbidden, and an excuse must be brought to the head gardener in case of absence. The benefits of- the scheme to the boys are remarkable, teaching them j to take care of little things as well las the. large ones, benefitting them mentally and physically through work in the open air, teaching them how vegetables grow, and how to keep the ground working all the lime, and sup- -plying them the pocket money honcst- ly earned. DYNAMITE HOME OF FAMILY OF SIX Cataldo, Idaho, Aiig: wfiat" was apparently a deliberate attetnpl at. wholesale murder, dynamiters 'wreck-, the home "of J. H. Van Kearen, a local merchant, last Though Ihe entire hack of the building, which is used both as a. residence and a place of business, was razed; the six occu- pantB escaped 'without, serious Injury. Enmity towards -Mr. Van Keureu is generally accepted as the motive for 1 tho attack. The sheriff pf .Kooteiiai county has the case in charge, hut IB yet has made no arrests. Mary Jones, who died'at the age of 100 years in was 'two feet eight inchos in height. It is the home tea of the West There are good Thy Blue Ribbon is the Some tea of the West. Is guaranteed satisfactory. A small amount of Blue Ribbon mlkw mor tea than a much larger quantity of other teas. The superior tltvor n! Blue Ribbon is' noticeable at'orrcfe. Buy a packet.' If j-or. don't find it istli" tactory. return the balance tofvour grocer and refund your money Miss Elennor Sears, of. Boston, ar- Marble house. Her arrival rjved at Newport, August 13, and 'is a that she is guest, of Mrs. Oliver H. .f; Belmocl, Beimont's son, Harold S. Vandepbilt. fr AN EXHIBITION OF BRAND CLOTHING for WOMEN Fall 19.11 Suits and Coats of Tweed Serge Velvet Suits up to Coats up to Panama Skirts to Voile Skirts, up to We want you to see thes? Gar- ments and compare Values with othtf SIMPSON A CHAT ON CARPETS AT THE BAY Wlieiiever It is a question of lo huy in CAEPETS, consult us. We a.rr SPECIALISTS in this direct lOJi find shall alw z be pleased to estimate -free for any kind of t'Umi WP ran quotp olT-linnd an.y niiike, wliclliej 'j be foi the beautiful Persian, with its or I' ul silky finish aiid-inromjiAi able coloi ings the liavd tufted so known for iii vqai-ieMstuig qualities, 01 for the move commonplace, yel, beautiful Axmmstei and QXE SPECIAL FEATURE of oms an Uus, which has hoth the wnndcrful dosigh and blended olovs of the 1'ersinn, yel .is produced at siuh a pun ns to bung if within the reach of all. The size is v; Ft, 6 in In 10 It 3 iii and (he in i< e It can be supplied in other sues at pioport innate pin ON AN EXTRAORDINARY OFFER Wo have ubonl 30 only Axmrnstei These ,ne o'l T en qnillitv, mottled coniros, with plain gieen hoidei-- The priee oi' -these would lie sent to UMH t noi and we are cleariiu''- them out. '1 leet UK lies hv t feet fi inches FOR ONE DAY ONLY VtjOQiy.LINlS IN WILTONS is 0111 fine It made in all shades of green and brown nil and aiopn also in sell tones A good wearinjr ('nrpet and .it a popiilai pner (i- LINOLEUM AND FLOOR also hold a veiv larae .stock oi' linolcnin and floor cloths, brsl makes onh and all good pai- I ems. AV o invite yon to inspru 0111 stock- SCOTCH PRIIWTEO block prlnl.; and will therefore Blind scrubbing. .Well nest Scotch make only. tlng. floral and lile do- signs. Price, lier square. yird 35c INLAID UNOLIUM Put- tern right through to the hack and cannot wear off. This is very special quality. .Will not to dull. QQ A 5FWO Per HI. yird HUpSOWSBA YCO.