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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Saturday, February PageS. FROM A WESTERN WINDOW -BY ANNE- Mater Dolorosa I'd a dream tonight As 1 feli ask'C-p, 0! the touching eight Makes me still to weep; Of my IHtle lad, Gone to leave me sad, Ay, the child 1 had, was not to As in heaven high I my child did seek. There In train came by Children fair and meek, ICach in lily white, With a lami> alight; Each cleai' to sight, But they did not speak. Then, a little sad, Came my child in turn, But he had, Oh, it did not burn! lie, to clear my douht, Said, half turr.'d about, "Your tears nut it out; Mother, never mourn." Barnes. l _____ Some excellent photographs show- ing winter sports In Canada have ap- peared in two recent numbers of the Canadian Colliers. As a contribution from the East is a page showing the Quebec Skce Club on a tramp. Prom the West are photographs showing hockey and curling at Banff with the mountains all around. It is a ladies' hockey match, by the ,bye, and the players and spectators seem to be enjoying It hugely.' The Quebec Skee enthusiasts would surely find Banff a sportsman's paradise and perhaps in time, who knows? It may be quite as celebrated as a resort in winter as in summer. Switzerland has a not- ed winter resort. (Caux Caens I think is the name, but would not be sure) where tourists from all over the world go for snow-shoeing and skeeing and tobogganing. The record leap on skees there is 13S feet, so it is excit- ing enough sport. Emerson Hough, the man who wrote -..40 or is authority for the statement that the world is all wrong. He ssys our ideal is to live in a city ;ind get go south in the winter. When we are educated to get poor, live In the country and take our holidays in the winter, going to a place where snow and ice are, then we'll be sensible. He says he has tried' camping out in winter and that it has done him more good than any outdoors in summer. It sounds rad- ical and rather shivery but we're com- ing to it. Many people who began to months have kept on In all but zero weather. They are advocates of win- ter camming. Think, too, of the num- erous new houses that have provision made for a verandah for sleeping pur the soul that one must deploy, the spirit which rests content when at tho nearest station is erected an elevator as some mosque for the wheat religion. True, it is an achievement to win an additional quarter-section of land; hut it is a greater achievement to master some great Morley's "Life f Gladstone" infinitely more vortli while to found a home. ti The Ladies' Store WE Phone 453 SELL FOR CASH Acadia Block Piles of Nevy Merchandise, Presenting Values of Exceptional Merit MRI. JAMKS fCNWICK My core seemed hopeless, and my friendi hourly expected my death. I wai you, but as the man said: "I'm glad! bwHhaU wanted to die, and it they don't grow on me." There was lone ahead of us at the theatre the i other evening which was hard to classify. It looked as if a "rat" the six.e of a half coeoanut were pinned o the back'of the victim's head and over this the hair was tightly pulled. Around the front was a heavy braid, .was a new one on me, but it seems, from a note, in a fashion magazine, that we're hopelessly behind the times to be ignorant of the "mob" coiffure. It has been very popular but now lias to give way to the new style of the minute. Fashions change so quick bad spells that a family box of "Fruit-a-tives" to the house. After much persuation I commenced to take them, but I was so bad that it was only when I had taken nearly two boxes that I commenced to experience relief. I kept up the treatment, however, and aftef taking five boxes I was cured, and when I appealed on the street my friends said. 'The dead has come to and this seemed literally true, because I certainly was at death's door." (Signed) MRS. JAMES FEN WICK. "FruJt-a-tives" are sold by all dealeti at5oca for or trill box, 250, or s'ut post-paid on receipt of price by Limited, Ottawa. ly that trying to keep up is a serious; go in this side of the -water remains to be seen. Many of us had our share ot them at an early period in life, affair. "Why are you running home with your new asks "Life" of a pretty maiden. "I'm afraid the styles! an _ looked like Alice in Wonderland will change before I get she i in Sir John Tenniel's famous draw- crieo in passing. comes now that the so ings. History repeats itself, though the bov said it never had for him. dear to the professional joker, is' We'll hope in this case, that tils doomed. Every dog has his day, and gloomy view of it may be sustained, it would seem every "rat." Its down-! A braid arranged in a coronal effect fail has been predicted, for it got out ados height and lends beauty to a of all bounds and was ugly and in- well- shaped head. The large fur artistic in the extreme. In vain, war- fare was waged against it from a hy- gienic standpoint; in vain did the car- toonist picture Madamoiseile on a windy day with all her combs and toques which almost cover the head are responsible for this style, copied from the thirteenth century. The hair dressers sell an enormous quan- tity of these 'boards at present. Where During the past two months or more have heard much moro of men be- coming rich. But beyond some half dozen men in school or church work, 10 one has totd me that lie has read a book that I should consider worth while. Many may nevertheless be read, and one town may be worse than oth- ers. It is thought worth while to induce resh industries .to settle in a town, but no one seems-to be clamoring vehe: mently for public libraries. Our West- ern towns should learn that the ad- vance of a community depends not so much upon improvement in economic conditions as upon the elevation of in- tellectvial life and the quickening of moral sensibilities. ANNE. Social and Personal Mrs. J.' R. Anderson had a small dinner party on Saturday night last, vheri ten guests enjoyed her hospital- ty. Wednesday Mrs. L. M. Jchnstone gave a delightful luncheon for some of he young matrons, Mrs. Donnau be- ng the guest of honor. Mrs. P. L. Nalsmttb was hostess at a large euchre on Wednesday evening. Nine tables played. Mrs, Neale, Mrs. H. Wilson, Mrs. Starnes and Miss Agnew tied for the first ladies' prize. Uu playing off Miss Agnew and Mrs. Starnes were the victors. Mr .E. H. Wilson and Mr. A. B. Stafford also tied and played off, Mr. Wilson get- puffs and "sich" flying and label it j they get them is an interesting prob- "Kough on Rats." But now Fashion lem. The Ladies' Home Journal man says it's time for a change. That's' Mr. Bok, told us some gruesome different. Braids are much in evi-itmiigs about imported hair lately. It deuce, as the styles are to be flat and Bounded pessimistic, but when we curly hair is frowned on. No longer! need a month or so ago in the lead There is something in beyond getting goods and selling them again. There is an element of responsibility for the goodness of the merchandise that we have strictly observed from the beginning. It- assures good quality in every article; it assures an honest statement of value for every itcjrn Loth in advertising and across tao counter; it assures a fair price for everything we sell. New styles in Woollen Underskirts selling: way regular The price we are asking would no more than pay for the matrial used in each skirt, and the splendid char- acter of the making and sewing would bring their actual value to but we took a big lot and got them particulars: Made of splendid quality, soft finish, woollen, in colors navy, brown, green and finished with deep French ripple, trimmed with tailor- ed bands. You should have one These specially pur- diased corset em- broideries are won- deriul value at... 25c NQ, doubt you have paid yes, possibly fifty cents, for quali- ties of no better. They're nice and fine with plenty of embroidery shown in a good collection of various dainty designs, every one with half-inch beading at top. Fin- ished without dressing and will be iust as nice after washing as they are row. While they last..... .25c Regular values in perfect-fitting; new style Corsets selling at. They're a specially purchased lot that we guarantee to give full value to the wearer, both in solid comfort and durability. Made of excellent quality coutil in wnite only, newest Directoire Model, five books, long back, medium bust, has two pair of velvet grip hose supporters front and side. Exceptional value .at 95c ting lirst Conors. Unusual values represented in this new lot of cashmere hose at..................... 25c A big collection from which, to supply your needs, not only for the present but for some time to values certainly warrant your doing Fine plain weave or ribbed goods in the best qualities we have ever seen at the price, fast col- jrs, spiced heels and toes, sizes S 1-2 to 10 ins. Unmatchable values at.......................25c Mrs. Cunningham, of Lethbridge, is the guest of Mrs. L. 0. Winni- peg Free Press. Mrs. R. J. Gordon received -for the time since coming to this city, on Thursday afternoon, in her pleasant home on Couriland street. Little Gordon dressed in reseda green satin, trimming opened the door. Mrs. Gordon receiv- carnations and ferns gave forth their Daiiity new muslins at about half actual value............. .25c Some of the prettiest things one could im- agine for either ladies' or children's wear, in neat checks and stripes with pin spot Colors shown are the .best shades of pink, sk3r, nile, tan, mauve, and we can assure you the excellent qualities will delight better than you could reasonably expect at such a price. Quantity is limited and we anticipate a quick clearance at..25c profusion of Marguerite will" children be enioined" to "eat ing Toronto daily of a case of iepro ed .In a handsome princess gown of beauty in both reception and tea rooms. i I __ _ i ___i t ___ilnrnalCJ ti iYl I iVl n ii crusts! And, what sounds most in-Isy contracted through Asiatic hair, it peach satin and gold trimming and teresting. "hangs" are to be the next I came near home.. A word of warning assisted by Miss Mattte Clark, move. Raris h-as said so, and already! may not be amiss, for often evi} is as our English cousins say, wrought by want of thought. sleep in tents during the summer I are in evidence. Whether they will From Arctic to Tropics in Ten Minutes No ofl heater has a higher efficien- cy or greater heating power tkan the PERFECTION Oil Heater with Smokelew "With it you can go from the coW of the Arctic to the warmth of tht Tropics in 10 minutes. The new- Automatic Smokeless Device prevents smoking. Removed in ta instant for cleaning. Solid brass font holds 4 quarts of to give out a glowing beat for 9 brass wick indicatoc Heater beautifully finished in nickel or Japan in a variety of styles. cry Dealer Everywhere. If Not At Yours, Write for Descriptive Circ to Nearest Agent of THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, As St. Valentine's day comes around, again appears the monstrosity of the comic valentine. Public opinion has been successful in banishing, in many newspapers the vulgar comic supple- ment. Relics of a bygone age are these would be well if purveyors of the-m realized that no one who thinks would wish to put them in the hands of a lit tie child, and yet these same children gaze at them in shop windows, buy i them, it may be, and feed their pure [sensitive minds on their vulgarity. Per- haps you have never thought of it, but you would could you see the little groups of children held fascinated by the ugly spell. You may ithink it is only a small thing and not worth men- tioning, "but that same cheap picture may remain in your child's impression- able brain for years. You that have young children see to it that none ot their spending money goes towards so- called comic valentines. We don't see gQod At IasU b a friend as many on display as we used to. It's1 to try Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Svmn !a hopeful sign. The world is full or j port, for us to think on. jowred in a heavy ecru net. over white taffeta and Mrs. Southard, who wore a gown of wisteria silk aoelian and jet In the latter Mrs. J. B. Murray presid ed over the tea cups, and Mrs. J. R. Simpson cut tne ices. Assisting were Miss Cooper and Miss Mary Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Vibert Younghusband THE BIRD ISLANDS For Coughs, Colds, BRONCHITIS, SORE THROAT, HOARSENESS. CROUP, MA, PAIN or TIGHTNESS IN THE CHEST and all BRON- CHIAL or LUNG TROUBLES there is nothing: to equal Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. It contains all the virtues of the world famous Norway pine tree, combined with Wild Cherry Bark and the soothing, healing-and expectorant properties of other excellent herbs and barks. t 4 4 4 i John Pelch, T T T T T J_ W i n d o r Ont., writes: "I was entertained a number of their friends jng to Capt. F.D. Walker of the gov- or; Thursday evening at progressive five hundred. All present spent a most enjoyable evening. Mr. Fleet- wood carried away the gentlemen's first prize, Mr. Fred Hick the conso- lation, "Mrs. Donald the ladies' first said being sold by Osaka merchants in London, Pavis and New York. The bird poaching it is believed is handled direct from Japan. Japanese schooners ostensibly in the shark fishing business are frequent callers in the Bird Island group, which stretches northwest from Hawaii. The birds were go tame on all the islands ernment cutter Thetis, which effected that they could be caught by band Honolulu, Jan. 17, via San Francisco Feb. million birds have slaughtered each year for several years nast in the Hawaiian Islands bird reservation by Japanese, accord- a recent capture of Japanese on Mid- way Island. That island and all others in that group with the exception of Laysan are said to have lost practically all poachers, be states, captured them, cut off their wings and left the helpless creatures to die a slow death. prize and Mrs. Fowler the consolation, j of their once teeming bird population. There is no evidence of-any market- HeraldTatterns The Summers Stock Co. open at the Lyceum theatre next Monday night in Margaret and Henry Mill- ing of bird skins and feathers in j er's great New York success "The Honolulu, the poachers' spoils, it is I Great Divide." '.44-4 Jfasty Hacking troubled with a nas- Cured. -4- hack5ng cough foi the past sue month. nnd used a lot of different remedies but they did me no Norway Pine Syrup and with the first few doses I found great relief and to-day my hacking cough entirely disappeared arid I am never without Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup m the house." The price of Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Here is a Western college professor, i Syrup iK cents per bottle. It is put Edmund H. Oliver, Ph. D., of the uni- ujj in a yellow wrapper, three pine trees versity of Saskatchewan, who makes ttievtrade mark, so be sure and accept none of the many substitutes of original Norway PiiiC Svrup." only by The T. Milbun West Land' a small but forcrful Limited, Toronto, Ont. some remarks on the West, which we !may well lay to heart. They are from We'd never lose you as a cus- tomer because our goods lacked value (especially these or our store service or quality DRESSER AND bevel plate mirror EXTENSION elm golden oak, or mission finish., bevel plate mirror any color of velonr or tapestry COMBINATION BOOK CASES AND DESKS with bevel plate mirrors adjustabln shelves PARLOR golden oak or mission finish........ S6.50 RUGS BED In any color of vclour or tapestry All wool filler t LINOLEUMS all sizes and closigns EVERYTHING IN HOUSE FURNISHINGS 'V LADIES' UNDER- COMBINATION j GARMENT ip j Paris Pattern No. 2709 All Seams Allowed Kine cambric, Lonsdale muslin Jaco i'2 i Persian iawn or nainsook are all fa i suit materials for this serviceable little undergarment, which is a combin- ation of cover drawers petticoat. The fullness of round neck is rorulated Iiy a narow run and i il edging m t ;mn- Imlos biding i with nnd frying. The lo ;i mc.Iium n.iflc or material, tir.ishcd with the edging. The pattern is in seven to 41 inches bust measure. For 3t> bust the combination requires 3 1-2 yards of material 36 inches wide. 31-S yards 42 inches 2 5-8 yards of beading. 3 yards of ribhon. 4 1-S yards of narrow edginfe and 6 yards of wide edging. Price of Pattern, 10 cents. LETHBBIDGE FURNITURE CO., Ford Street Now is the time to purchase those new furnishings, that you have been thinking over for the past year. All our immense stock is NEW and in the hcst of condition and anything you may choose is bound to satisfy you. Sensational bargains for the balance of S> the week for household furnishers and the