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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LET! r.B It I DOT; DAILY IK KALI) An Appeal: m 10 THE WOMEN OF Lethbndge who study their appearance. Have your Fall Suit made m Lethbridge by expert men tailors Our Mr. W. A. Dodd has charge of this department. For several years he was head cutter for one of the largest ladies' tailoring, establishments in Chicago..... EDITED BY "INO" Phono 1224, Residence Phone 774. ll's Kxccllrncy, the Govcriior-Gcn- eral and parly, have hcen on a li'ip doun the St. Lawrence on board the Lady Grey, arrived in Montreal on Tliursdiiy morning. Each order will have personal attention hi nis The Art Clothes Crabb Street Qpp. Band of Montreal May thy stoics be darkened never, he, the golden rays.; Light and love enfold thee ever, Summer bright be all thy ways. M. S. Ilaycroft. Miss Ruth Freeman Is expected home from the Arrow Lakes, where she has been summering, on Friday. Miss McKay returned on Saturday night- from Great- Kails, where she spent part of her vacation. .Mrs. Ilelwig returned home yester- day from the Gall Hospital, where she underwent ;1 successful operation. Miss Margaret Gates, A. w. Ken- ny, and Charles .lardine, of Fernic, who have been visiting Mrs. K. 11. .ludson, today. returned home Hev. w. J. McMillcn, leaves on Wednesday lo attend the general synod of tlic Church of Kngland, at .Sli'plieii Gladstone, grandson of the lale William KwaH Gladstone, snenl Tuesday in linmillon en his way to Calgary. I.'.- was tin- guest ol W. II. McLaren of ibis city, lie spent part, of ih'.i .day In seeing the city and j lo-Torontii by wav of Ni-i "For woman Is not undeveloped nun Hut diverse; could'xvc make the man Kwent love were stain his: dearest hond. is this Xol like to like, bul'likc cnce." Th.'K women's quick perceptions are truer than men's slow logis seems universally agreed. Voltaire writes agara F.alls.-llamlllon Herald.....I V i worth one suitiment ofthc iiomni A. 'lironson Alcott says COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Ii rood for Growing Cirb and Doyi-ind Aey tkc i. k nourislm tW btle bbdw Mil roaliM them hciHiy ud Mr. Wayne of Fargo, .North Dakota, arrive on Wednesday to i i i in c-aicjirv Mc.Millen will been visiting at the home' absent froni the city for live weeks. Mrs, 13. T. Whitney, Miss Isabel and Master Thompson and maid, who wen; visiting Mrs. .James Wallwork last week, returned lo How Island on .Safiirdav. join Mrs. Kd'dy, who is a guest with i Mrs. A. FHgcr: They will re- main at Mrs. Kclger's home for a wenk. Mrs. .J. V. of Calgary, who oi the "Divination seems heightened (raised to Its highest (lower, in and W. A. and Mrs. Levitt, for past ten days, left this afternoon fur her Lowell has a fine line "Earth i, noblest thing, a. nomari perfected." Mac-aiiley adds his vote "The most beautiful object in the world, it will be allowed, is a beau- tiful woman." Imma.; Ot-way.states the full case, when .'he says woman nature liev: W. .1. McMillen's liiblc class will meet at the. rectory tomorrow evening. Miss Sadie Moran, of Cranbrook, is a guest with Mrs. U. G. McKay, Sec- onil Ave., S. Mrs. A. Simpson anil snn Will, oi Ltlhbridgc, arc-visitors with Mrs! i C. w. Piirke at Sylvan lied I Deer Advocate. JIrs KiiRenc Doberer, of Macleod, anil her friend, Miss Forbes, j land, who were house guests St. Mary's Men's Socielv will meet C' last week, left iqr Maelebd on Fridav. WHITE CHOSEN FOR VICTORIA Edmonton, Aug. H. White ex-.M. P., was unanimously chosen a. their candidate, for pending election by a largo and thoroughly represen o and very enthusiastic conven t'on of the Liberals of Victoria con stitnency at Vegreville on Satilrdaj evening. Ko other candidate was pro posed to the convention and unanim- ity of the delegates in selection made, was shown by the fact that, they cut fhort ibe proceeding and ?.ven madi unnecessary the work of the crede'n tial committee by rising en masse to lilicer their (indorsation of -Mr. White. At the conclusion :0f the convention ii public meeting vras held, when Pre- mier Slfton delivered a stirring ad- dress on reciprocity. MARKETS GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg. Aug. wheat opened 100 1-8, closed 99 1-2; Dec. opened 93 1-4, closed !1S 5-S; May opened 10.1 1-4, closed 102 7-S. Oats, Uet. opened 30 1-2, closed 1-2: Dec opened 3fl 1-2, closed ;IS ?.-8. Flax, Oct. opened 103, closed 200. Cash No. 1 North- ern closed 101 3-1: 2 100 7-S; 3 US 3-S; Xo. 4, 1-4; No. 5, SI 3-2: Xo. 6. 1-2. Feed, 63. Oats, 2 C. W.. 33 1-4; 3 C. W., 38 1-4; Ex. 3 Feed, 38 1-2; 1 Feed 38 1-4; 2 Feed, 34; Barley No. .1, 68; No. 4, American Markets opened 103 3-S, closed'102 1-2; Dec. or.-ned 105. closed 10-1; May opened 108 1-1, closed 107 3-1. opened 90, clos-ed W 3-2; Dec. opened 95, closed 35 M; May opened 101, closed 101. EIGHTY-FIVE NEW PUPILS START Newly Appointed High School Principal Delayed Once more is throughout Ille oms and corridors of the, various diinUional Institutions rhrduglioul he city th-e sound of students' voices s they assemble to commence the iinous branches of studies for an- ther term. This Is circus day in the ity and the initial school day of the 2rm suffers accordingly. Supervisor ifimilton reports' about 75 per cent, of ie expected attendance as being pre- ent today. Eighty-five new pupils iv already enrolled and many more ew ones are expected in the course of the next Tew days. Parents arc urged lo send their children at once as in the organization of the classes pupils who remain away for a fev days at the commencement may losi tneir position in class. A full teaching staff is on hand, a] though sevoral of the eastern teach at the church on Thursday evening at eight o'cloelc. Miss ftass, Monclon, N. R., is in charge of .Ihc smallwear- department at Clarke's store. St. Mary's Guild will meet with I Mrs. Jackson, Twenty-first St., this evening at seven-thirty. Miss J. McLennan returned from i; Piilulli oii Saturday and has resumed I her the school teaching staff. Miss Ella Cook, of Lethbridge, Mrs. G. Alexander and children, of "0 woman lovelv nigh liivcr, who were guests with-' made thco Hev. W. A. and Mrs. Levitt Icmncr man; we had been'brutes fair week, returned home on without you Angels arc painted fair to look like 'on The Misses Maud anil Ida Pearson, Hoyal nurses of Woodstock, with Air. and Mrs. C. W', 10th at.. North Then, turning about, they abuse her quite as roundly as they praised. Shakespeare gives us' these i his writing shall be about women, and we may find it interesting lo "Frailty, thy mime is woraxn rummage through the library and I There never yet was fair woman but There's in you all that we believe of Heaven." Kiniion, hridgc. Cowtn'i Cow, rw ipt ii'lM" u tbMlgtflj k, d Itw (tUttd tip the mt of Nairn, idJcd b pnfMm nf UK Coeit, Do Ton UM Cowan'i finl Miss Young, Ford St., leaves this week for iVViple Creek, to visit her brother for two or three weeks. Stanley Wyatf, of the Eastern Townships bank, is spending i ten days' vacation at Banff. St. Cyprian's Bible class took in 5370 at their refreshment booth at the fair. There were no donations whatever, and the stand was run on a pureh business basis. The result is most gratifying. Miss Serena Atkinson, w-ho has bei'n spending the summer at Kam- have to say. Wordsworth's the happi- is head teacher this term.-Grassy of the ideal woman: I.a'n'8 Gazette. "A creature not too bright or good, For human nature's daily food For transient sorrows, simple wiles.- Praise, blanre, love, kisses, tears md smiles Or again, those two matchless lines I oi his "A perfect woman, nobly planned, out. what the gicat minds, -..'ho i .she made mouths in a glass." lived and thought and lo.vd "lost delicate fiend Who is't can read a woman Pope assures us that "Most women have no characters at all." Otway claims to offset L. Naismilh have to Saskatchewan Mr. and Mrs. P. issued invitations to a dance, to be whcr given in the K. of I1. Hall On Thins-! oi a school lay September the loons, B. C, spent yesterday with IT0 "'ilrn- lo comfort' ami command." her sisterv.Mrs. Lyflo at Westminster man, some II, J.l.lrul ItHUN Jill ,j she position as principal heart just Miss Welsh; of. Toronto, has arriv- al in flic city (o take charge of the iiillincry which is being nslallcd in Clarke's ladies' store. Miss Muriel MacLeod returned on Saturday, from a ranch near Cowley, she lias been visiting her uncle or some time past. Mr. Jones, organist of St. Augus- in's church, has returned to the city ftcr visiting friends in Calgary and icinitv. Mr. and Mrs. Will Gates, of Fernie, ho were visitors with Mrs. F. H. udson, during fair week, left for home on Saturday. N7ex-t Sunday will he the annivers- ary of the opening :of HI. Cyprian's church, one year'-jigo. The preacher will be ficV.' Hayes, of Cal- gary, and special music will be ren- dered by the choir. The refreshment booth, which- was run under the aiispin-s of Westmins- ter Church Ladies' Aid at the fair last week, will realize about SfJOO, which, is certainly a most creditable showing. Mr. and Mrs. Loonan, of Waterloo, Iowa, arc guests with Air. and Mrs. it her, some Such wonran '.'Whoe'er she .That not .impossible she, .That shall command my heart and me-" Sometimes the poets seek lo esti- mate her nature, as.Tennyson "What mighty ills have not been dono by women Who lost Mark Antony, the world A woman Who was the cause oi a long 10 years' war And laid at last old Troy in ashes Woman Destructive, damnable, deceitful wo- wan We are informed on equally good authority that she is far super- ior lo man. Addison writes "Reality rolind 'leightening each other all divine." ,jl. d virtue shine forever Thou art j Eaton S. Barrett reminds in t his n-.iich quoted passage, of her his- toric loyalty "Not she with traitorous kiss her Saviour stung, Not she denied Him with unhofjr tongue She, while apostles shrank, could danger brave, .L Last at His cross, and earliest itj His Byron says of her variableness "I've seen your stormy seas arid siorrrfy women, And pity lovers rather ,more than seamen." Pope says "Woman's at best still." a contradiction Richtcr is quite violent "A woman is the most inconsistent compound of obstinncv and sclf-sacrt- ficc, that I am acquainted with." She is as frequently accused fit stubbornness as of fickleness. W. Scott, superintendent of the notnlhioV'-Immigration department has been appointed assistant coritroll- LIVERPOOL LIVE STOCK Liverpool, Aug. Rogers Co., Liverpool, cable loday Hint there ll'iill char practically no alteration in the Mirkenhcad market and Saturday's quotations, Statos steers from 12 3--U 1o 12 and Canadian from 12 1-2e to 33c per pound, remained unaltered. The Alberta Drug Co. hn.s a IVqwraMon that will grow Iia This Is an' age of new discoveries. To grow hair after If has fallen out today ip a reality. SALV1A the great Hair Tonic and Dressing, will positively create a new growth of hair. ff you want lo have a beautiful head of hair, free from Dandruff, use SALVfA once a day and watch the result. SALVJA is guaranteed to stop fal- ling hair and restore the- hair to its natural color. The greatest Hair Vigor known. SALVIA is compounded by expert. chemists. J Watch hair if it Is falling; out. Tf you don't, you will sooner or lat- er be bald. 0 SALVfA prevents baldimss by fas- tening the hair lo the rools. Ladies will find SALVIA just the hair dressing they are looking for. II makes the hair soft anil fluffy and is Jiot sticky. A large bottle, 50c. ers wore delayed by the of this morning's westbound train al linissy Lake. Several of the new- staff reached the city at about S.30, bin nothing dauntod by accident or want of -breakfast, entered immed- iately upon Iheir'new duties. Tomor- row everything IB expected to be in excellent condillon for the commence- ment of a good term of study. A to- :ul of pupils was' enrolled today the virlohs school's, tho heads'of each schpol being present to assume At leasf-a thousand are expected to bo in attendance in a day or two. Principal Can't Ccmc The school board are in receipt of. a wire from J. 15. Hodgson, 73. A., at present head of the science depart- ment of the Petcrboro Coll-agiate In- stitute, to the effect that lie cannot accept the proffered principalship of the Lclhbridgc high school until tha iirst of November. The board wired Him today in return asking him to come if possible by the' nrfi of Octob- It rests largely with Hie board of the Pcterboro Collegiate as to whe- ther or not, Sir. Hodgson will lowed to leave on -A month's notice, mat hoard requiring at least two monllre' notice of leave taking. The board will attempt some satisfactory arrangement in the meantime. Mr. Hodgson comes highly recommended is a successful teacher of six years' experience at Peterborn anrl is con sldcped one of the best science ers in Ontario. Bedford, en route to the coast on their Wedding trip. Mrs. Loonan, nee Miss' Bessie Krdfnrd, who visited her brother here in the spring, has many friends in the cilv. Miss Dunn, of Orillia, arrived city on Friday and commenced her duties at Westminster school this 'ed. to tin; cilv on Saturday afternoon morning. jMrs. Wilson was visiting -in Montreal, -iMuskoka, and other points yJ. IV. Robertson, of the Bank of i in eastern Canada, while Mr. Wilson Commerce slafl, returned on Satur- s Special Offers in Carpets and Linoleums at The Bay Mr. and Mrs. .1. 0. Wilson return- on Satur- was abroad attending the coronation rn day from the Waterlon Lakes, where as an officer oi the P..N.W.M.P he spent his vacation. Miss Conybcarc will leave on Wed- nesday for Toronto, where she will resume her studies at the Conserva- tory of Music. C. F. P. Conybcare, K.C., eaves this week to attend the general synod of the Church of Enbland at London, Onl. Miss Williams, of Killarncy, Man., vho has been visiting Mrs. Frcil lick, Sixth St., left today for Cal- Mhs M L. Todd oi the Ciarcsholm chool staff is at present- visiting friends in Lethliridgc. Claresholm Keview. Mrs. M. P. Tolim, of Montreal, who is a sister of James Wallwork, was a guest with Mr. and James Walh-orfc during fair week. Miss Corrigan, of Moose Jaw, who is a dianiiini; visitor with her sister, Mrs. J. Cook, will remain in the city until the first of September. Miss Edna Tripp is entertaining her cousin, Miss Hunter, of Wood- TRAIN DERAILED This morning's westbound local wss delayed belween four ami holira on Us trip by being detailed while shunting al: Grassy Lake. Xo serious damage is renorlwl. and nave for the Out.--Miss Hunter is en route from California, where she spent, the past three months. Miss Minnie Peck, of Milwaukee, and Miss Lillian Van Blarcom, of Fond-dii-Lac, Wis., who have been vis- iting with Mrs. M. L. Peck and Mrs. K. C. Peck, returned home on Satur- day, accompanied by Edmund E. Peck, who will enter a military aca- demy at Fond-dii-Lac. The man. friends of Mrs. F. If. W. Thomas will be glad lo hear that the operation performed on her for ap- pendicitis by Dr. McNally, has been quid! successful. The patient is pro- gressing most, satisfactorily. Mrs. L. A. Feller was hostess this afternoon of an informal thimble par- ty, in honor oi Miss Ilardcg and Mrs. Wayne Eddy, of Fargo, North Dako- ta. The guest list included Mrs. C. .1. Kckstorm, Mrs. Cheney, Mrs. Cochran (Moose Mrs. Ben James, Mrs. Miss Lucilc Kckslorm.and Miss Eda Hatch. LadV.. Lauricr has returned to. Ot- llrockvillc, where she was gue.Et.with Mrs. G. T. Tiilford. -'Mrs. Jane Radford, of .Montreal, founder of lite Canadian Women's Em- inconvenience ceeded without Tho Daughters and Maids of Eng- land will inert in Ihe Oddfellows' Hall, on Wednesday evening at eight o'clock. As Ibis is a special business pro-hiirollng, all the mcmliels are asked t-o be inesent. payment Hnreali, addressed the "Y" girls in Ihe Y.M.C.A. parlor, Cal- gary, on .Saturday evening. Rift'. W. .1. M. who leaves shortly for Japan, and brother of Dr. this oily, will address the Kpwo'r'th. League of Wesley church church' this evening. .The .members lle- a large attendance. You cannot afford to ignore ('he-fact that the dark days will- soon- be upon us, find the home must undergo ii thorough overhauling, oar- pets must lie attended to, perhaps new ones bought, an odd rug here and there to add warmth and and a hundred other tilings present themselves before us when the furnishing of winter qiin-rtors commences. Our reputation- for sound quality' and honest values in carpels is long standing. Today we offer you'that same qua- lify at prices never before attempted. One Very Exceptional ISO yards heavy union bedroom carpel, 36 ins. wide, floral design UK a carpet well known for wear reslsllng nualities. Wei! worth 7oc per yd ..'..ZpC 35C heavy 50 yards only, extra stout quality Per yard and 6 Only Pile Very good colors designs; size 6 ft. 6 in. x 4 ft. 6 in. Price 2 Only Brussels First quality. These are very special and well worth 523.50. offer 12 Extra Heavy Axminster Dojible woven backs, thick long pile, 2 ft. 4 In. i 5 ft. 9wnbO 6 Only Japanese Oriental designs and col- ors; eminently suitable for den or fm library; size G ft. 9 in. x 9 ft. Linoleum and Floor Cloth _ Li this department wo offer you a selection never before attempt- ed in the best makes, well seasoned and the choicest of design. Inliid Linoleums must be well matured before being laid, otherwise It is liable to cockle and become useless. We offer you all the best pat- terns, thoroughly seasoned, QAn per square yard .......................WlIC Printed Linoleum depends or oil used and the amount of pattern deposited. is all hand block printed and we offer you this at the same price as the inferior machine print- ed linoleum now on the market. eft Per square'yard OUC Floor Cloth, heavily printed, per square yard, from 28c Hudson's Bay Company The Traders of the Great West ;