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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Painters Agree That English Women Are Losing Their Attractions great adrnir Government Not Going to Be Harsh with Settlers About Loans Ottawa, Feb. the debate Htkm roused in Berlin by the por-jon Mr.-Lake's resolution traits of beautiful English women painted by Keynolds, Gainsborough, ttomney, Raoburn, ami now on exhibition in the German ca- pital takeir up the discussion serious- ported the proposal to give aid to the new.settlers. Last year had been an Further he believed .had. the names of the persons interviewed i are withheld at request-'-of the' artists themselves on the ground of] modesty. I "i do not said one! painter, speaking seriously, "that famous English beauties of this age i van be compared with the marvels of artists jur wro purpose ut fieaung- i knockout blow to a correspondent! Ule -tune paymeilt ungallant enougn to raise the ques- tion. A marked feature of the interviews. that are being: publised is the mono-1 !rg WQ ld tonous anonymity of the artists ag ug L raioTT15-r ;'ew settial tr, Mr To f. wi.u brinS in a Municipal Act creat-! Lake to withdraw his ,uaUty than A heated discussion at the Art? club resulted in Canada to proclaim abroad that the Western settlers could not afford less thaii three years. The weather in Minnesota has been ing uniformity of all matters relat-'very fine this winter, but even at that I ing to public interest in cities and. is not in it for a minute with In a letter to the city -the solicitor weather that Alberta has had. Mr. McKenzie is bringing his fam- about 7 feet high. 3Ieantime the gas some very hard weather. In Mont- mission is to He beneath' is to be. shut the water bor-. real> tJie sncm' in tlie streets is piled The soil that grows the laurel wreath, ing to be .'continued unless flow feet, deep has is not ijnworthy who bi gas gets too strong. It is to be noted thst Clarcsholm is in the same township as Medicine Hat, namely Township 12. and this fact, and the fact also that the gas pressure seems B1 keep them soft and in good order. Take care not to use too much tartaric In preparing bread for toast and Among the members of the new or-' ganization are the turf clubs of Win- nipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, Cran- j for sandwiches, where the cnast is brook, Red Beer, Moose, Jaw, La. to be removed, try using a pair "of sharij scissors. It takes mnch'-'less tune and makes, a much neater jab- Order for Iroops Effect Mad (JOOQ scamper to I Bco.rning them with a paternal air. the happy rnanagcr acknowledged the. 'genial neighboring refreshment bars and "Hello that went around tho i sandwich depots between the.first and festal board. i acts four attendants care- "I am sorry I kept you j fully carried into the rear of the hr> said taking his place at tho table. 'oyal box a small table already set "I believe there are several new ad- and containing the queen's favorite ditions to the company. Is this the' dishes. The food had been prepared if the palace and ke.pt warm by pa thy of the peopk> during this sad tinio the sincere syru- in l.liis district of of lhi: i and bespoke a. u bridge. Medicine Hat, Maple Creek, Wolseley, Weyhnrn. Tirandon, Kegina, Indian Head, Saskatoon, Prince Al- bert and Battleford. Several others will be taken Jn at an early date. The fixing of dates by the cnurm] body will obviate dashes between ri- val racing points and will make cer- tain the presence at each city of plenty of .high class thus as- suring sport, such as has never been seen in Western Canada, The dele- gates at the meeting aro very enthu- siastic over the -new club. They -pre- dict, a brilliant future for j.j, and .say Vounu Men's abiding citizens without tenderness !'s racing will be wide i .spread and ivene.'i.-ient. Seattle. Feb. special cable .o the Pnst-Intolliirt'rioer from Fair- >anks, Alaska, says. "Marshall Per- joining the congregation. After !Mi.ss ry yesterday received the following rTarrison had given a, solo, .from the. department of justice, 'Mil- W. II. jMcLelland, I'reinicr of the it.ary force ordered to Fairbanks, Mock Pnrliarnerrt. spoke of his cle-1 ineaiitiine your duty is to protect law replied a deep voice from the full beard addressed, "I am the bride." "T'beg your said Bailey, "I did not recognize the "I proclaimed a voice. Mr. thr is very thin means of heat retaining devices. Thus Queen Alexandra, with one EXPLOSION AT THE me for all at the to law breakers. Department exp open meeting m-xt Thursday wlton you to use all nocesary energy to i the de-bale on woni'-n's suffrage takes preserve orders and arrest leaders j place. W. Jordan. Sunday School'in any attempt at intimidation. Tho.se j Superintendant, ;ind Kpworth League'molesting Russians must be CIRCULAR RE SEED GRAIN Keep a pair of scissors in your kitch- en especially for this purpose: It is often difficult to keep plants in the windows watered properly without making white spots on the window sill. If one will keep the pots standing in small saucers and. water them with a long necked bot- tle, the trouble will be obviated. A bottle oi this description takes up lesr room than the little, watering pots with the long spouts. There is no more satisfactory way of cleaning pewter than with fine dry whiting made into a paste with spir- its of turpentine. Getting every dis- colored part bright is only a ques- tion of time and friction, .but posses- sors of old pewter may be reminded that their treasures will be most ad- mired when not too bright. They should neither look like silver nor as A circular has boon issued by Hon. if they were fresh from the' factory. Medicine Hat, Feb. mov-1'President, in a, few ing picture machine in the "Idle, to skare in the _ tr of these organizations. Hour theatre blew up last, night i nraiui, as the member of the ,-c.-.........- when the place was densely crowded.! staRdillff> onft> lhc ncw. into bands of ten under captains. Sa- words invited all using such force as is necessary to {Frank Oliver, minister of Interior; Cream is generally regarded as and duties; accomplish purpose. (Signed) Bone- Dr. Gal-1 parte.' Everything was quiet yes- Fire broke out and a panic ensued, i comers and hoped they would stay or two friends, was able to turn from j Coats and hats wcrc lost.in tho to become old-timers also. -Dr. 0. rush for the door and several of the'J- president of the Young' the stage to dinner, which they had time to enjoy 'heartily before the be- ginning of the next act. loons are still closed but may be al- lowed to re-open today if good order Men arrivincr vesterday Hon. W. R. Motho.rwell, commission-' rather a luxury in towns. The fol- er of Agriculture, Saskatchewan; and lowing is, however, an excellent and berta. regarding seed grain. The cir- enamel saucepan, rinse it in cold cular states that it is not the inten-! ter to prevent the milk from burning, tion to advance seed to settlers who {then pour in one pint of milk, and have not lost any crop by frost or! place it upon the stove. Heat.gent- triinpled b Men's Club, explained the work of (report no molestation on the trail.) hail or whose erup although unfit for ly until just on the point of boiling; In astonishment MY. Bailey glanc- peared. When the curtain ascended the at- escaped serious injury with the cxcep tcndants disappeared with the din-j tion of Charles whose hands! interspersed a sonfr by T. McKon- ner table as .silently as they had ap-' the club, and invited the young men The chamber of commerce and the. to join. Among1 these speeches wvrci Arctic Brotherhood have officially ex- oo up at tne ngure towering near his elbow. "I congratulate you, my said the nrifinnger. "Sit down, let us on with the The guest addressed at once to ascend seemingly until his was in the neighborhood of the canvas roof from which height he looked down and said: A large number ot opera goers, es- pecially elderly persons, always miss were horribly burned and who a riuct by Messrs. McKenxie and is at present. in th0 hnsni-! Felgcr, readings by Mrs. Harrisoo i and P. Iceland, all of which were tal. The theatre was gutted by the the early parts of uncut performances j flames and the new piano destroyed, rather than disarrange their meal schedules, while others remain away .iltogether on account of the long wait until midnight for sup- per. heartily enjoyed. Many persons believe, that box din- ner parties will be accepted as real Mrs. Clara Hoffman, president tff Tf you have catarrh, rid you reel f the Missouri Women's Christian Of this repulsive disease. Ask Dr. Temperance Union, died at, Kansas shoop, of Racine, Wis., :t mail you City after a long illness, figo.d 5ft: frcc a -trial box of pressed approval of the president in ordering troops to Tariana." "I was aittin' down, was I ly smart and sensible functions at in- years. Mrs. Hoffman was catarrh Remedy. al-jing secretory of the national W.C.T.! twrt will surelv A simple, single Since March 1, 1007, the. Dominion government has sold to some three hundred persons acres of con] lands. Jn addition, acres in Rocky mountain Park has been le.as- to different parties at an annual rent- of generally for each 640 acres. In addition C.-100 acres land aittin' Covent .Garden in the future. U. and -was known as a national j worth your knowing. will surely tell you a catarrh have been leased to different persons temperance worker. Wri'te today. Don't suffer longer. purposes, royalty to be paid at ten cents per ton. seed was marketable at such a price I meanwhile, well beat an egg, as would enable them to buy seed. Not more than two hundred bushels the pan off the fire and stir the egg in gently. Beat carefully for a few minutes, pour into a jug and leaye will be advanced to any settler. The repayment of all advances must be until cold. secured and the price charged will the original cost, the cost of cleaning Thc ITcraId has informcd tbat sacking and transportation, and in- urr Tl.mimon. the Pittsburg gas ex- tcrost at five per cent, per annum, j pcrt> when in tho city tbls Aplications should bo in by Febni- ary 22nd and forms can be secured from the secretaries of local improve- ment districts, postmasters, Domin- formcd one of our that was not struck at 2500 feet in the well on Ashmcad St. it would ncrer be struck in the city 1 units. It is ion land agents, sub-land agents, j understood that he considered homestead inspectors, immigration of-; most likolv pjacc for pas to be strnolc ficials. Mounted 1'olice officers, and to bc on a ridgc six milcs from thc others. ;