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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta MUM ECHJR THE LETHBRluQE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 16, IMt. The Herald's Patterns NO VOTE MEANS NO HUSBAND Slogan Adopted By Suffrage Club In Spo; kane will grant our without much argument." It is announced Unit tho flub will begin its campaign in a short time, i ami it is expected to have not less than five hundred members belore the j close of the summer. j Rev. Dr. William -I- Hiadley, pas- j j tor of Pilgrim Congregational church ami chaplain to the Spokane be compelled to give the wor.t-a he j marries not only rights 'so an assurance of lut and care in the Corn of icmr-j f Spokane, Wash.. .July No j ..Jf sutlrag.ists pat- vote, no husband" is the slogan ofjoQ their sai-i two hundred ami fifty girls of mar-! fi MalloVi voicing the s-uU riagable age who -have just organized the College 13qual Suffrage Club of Spokane, under the presidency of Mrs. Z. W. Comerford, Each has taken a cAi-Mrm vrnv to convert her suitor to woman's rights before entering upon an engagement. the liberal cement of i Spokane, "they will placing winning game, but I not all will see it in that light." Lewis R- Horton. one of the n-sign bac.helorSi he was under the impression that most of the The plan to enlist Cupid into the would take a change of venue and ranks as an ally was originated by a another court of appeal. while half dozen timid members, who. aster several conferences, persuaded Mrs. j Comerford to launch the movement and recruit the membership to five hundred before the beginning of Sep- tember. his stenographer. Miss Mildred Vor- dell. gave this statement: "If they keep up the game they'll be a lonesome bunch 01' girls in a short time. I don't believe mar riaige has degenerated into a politi- This does not mean that the meth- .barg.ain yet< ru bet there ods introduced by Mr. Adam when he one the club.that would first met Miss Eve are to be barred cast lover even if he here, bur that the valiant knight j must break customs instead of lances and gain for his lady love the privi- XOOl 2 TUB FROCKS FOR SUMMER DATS. PlTfe Pattern Nos. 2901, 2894-2906, All Seams Allowed. Old dimity has been used for the dress The model may be made as illustrated, or cut ou; at Use neck and finished with a wide collar. The skirt portion, which Is made with a high waist line, is Joined to the waist, and the dress fastens down the left side of the front with dimity- covered buttons. The pattern is in 3 to IT years. For a miss of 15 years the dress requires yards of material 2T inches wide, 4% yards 38 wide. 3% yards <2 Inches wide, or 3 yards 54 Inches -wide. Price of Pattern, 10 ceats. The shirtwaist costume is made up In plain navy blue liaea, stitched with red. The waist (2894) has the fullness distributed in narrow tucks, stitched to the bust line, the tucked sleeves finishing in points over the hands, A turn-down collar of embroidered white linen finishes the neck. The pattern Is In 7 to 44 years bust measure. For 36 bust the waist requires yards of material 20 inches wide, 3% yards 24 Inches wide, 2% yards 27 inches wide, or ZH yards 42 Inches -wide. Price of Pattern, 10 cents. The skirt (2906) is a four-gored model closing with buttons down the front or back, the lower edge finished with a simple hem. The pattern is in 7 J2 to 34 Inches waist measure. For 26 waist the skirt, icade of material with nap, requires S yards 20 inches wide, 6% yards 24 Inches wide, 4% yards inches wide, 4 yards 42 inches wide; without nap, it needs 7% yards 20 inches wide, yards 24 inches wide. 4% yards 38 inches wide, or 351 yards 42 inches wide. Width of lower edge, about yards. Price of Pattern, 10 cents. doesn't subscribe to the suffragist cause-" H. H. Moore, boys" secretary of the lege to cast her ballot if'he is to i young, Men's Christian Association of ijipokane, gave out a typewritten statement, as follows: "I do not believe that a girl who will reject a. man for a suffrage pro- mise like the one exacted by the col- lege club would make a ven- wile for any man. I am not afraid have the wealth of satisfaction in his game of wooing. "While our members are not going to be quite as radical as the Chica- go said 3Irs. Couterford. "there will be absolutely no encour- those who do not believe in the suffragists' cause. We expect to start a school of conversion. The girls will not be refuse a suitor, who is not a suffragist, but of equal suffrage and have little or j no sympathy for the cause. I do wife for any man. I am not afraid a trick like that. Another thing is it is expected that even.- member will j do not believe a promise of promise to use her best endeavors to Hkat kind would hold good after mar the man for us. jriage, anyway. It would 'be easily j "It is pretty well understood am-'broken." i ong those who are in earnest in this j Charles K. iluehlman, manager of j campaign that the man who is open an amusement enterprise, said he j I to conviction on the matter of equal hopes that girls will not decide to j suffrage will be the one who is to en- form a union and declare a strike, j counter the least difficulty in adding that if the average girl is his'suit. That, we believe, is one of anything like he believes her to be, j the stron-g points in our campaign. she will not hold long to the conver- t "Political economy will be another sion idea. It might be the men will feature. We intend to take up all do the converting. itbe problems just as men do, and i there will be debates and discussions ;at our regular meetings. It may be it-hat these will eventually work them into public meetings and will' WHAT WOMEN 'DOING Prominent Cleveland women are planning entertainment for the chil- dren of that city on their first less -Fourth of July. .The city council Trill'take a hand in locking after the celebration of their wards. "'Women, school teachers throughout the; (country are looking longingly to- ward Colorado, Wyoming and Utah .since the equal suffragists brought out the fact that in these states the receive the same salaries as the men. ____ report.- to the con- .trary, (Countess Szecheoyi (Gladys will be presented at the. Imperial court Vienna at any time she 'chooses. That her presentation will not.occur soon however, is certain for. the countess expects' to be a moth- -er again in the near future. be one of the factors in suffra-gists' [work in Spokane and throughout tho state of Washington. i "We have practically ail the Suffra- j gists in Spokane lined up in the j TV ark, and it may be we shall ex- tend the campaign throughout other Parts of the country, art-d in this we i believe we the best plan of con- version that has yet been devised, i "In this connection we shall make RAYMOND NOTES Kaymond, J uly is j j very busy at this season. Many rs are employed in our beet i fields and on the several hew build- j Splendid fell here last I record breaking- crops are now Farmers are jubilant aritf "a general spirit of optimism prevails. Wodding- bells are announced to later. j 1 xhe rive year old son of B. S. j Young fell from a--horse on Wednes- iast and broke' his arm at the an attempt to enlist every unmarried ,ieft elbow. He is resting nicely. An girl in Spokane, believing that as interesting and strenuous game of Rev. Arnial Shaw says, -in the young j baseball was played on the diamond blood there is strength.' at the park Wednesday evening be- "If the.young women get into this tween the married men and the sin- If s Not a that our big cut price money raising sale is over because There Is No Sign in front of our store. Blame the wind for that. But when work, as we believe they will, they Igle men of town. The married men will be" able to convert many more j carried off the honors by a large young- men than would, otherwise J score. There was a good -crowd' of come to the support of the equal sui- 'spectators. frage movement. They are witling j Owing to the absence of Revs; Car to risk a few of their chances on the Imeron'.a-nd Baker.' 0- D. ..Austin of issues, ami J know of -many who are 'Lethbridge. .will .occupy, the pulpit of so sincere -they .will dp so without the Presbyterian Church next Sun- hesitation.''' -day evening at the usual hour. Mr a maa buvs at this sale It Is a Si that he. saves more money than he ever did in buying gents' furnishings and its high grade goods all the time. Better Look into This WILLIAM SADOWSKI Gents' Furnisher Beside Bank of Commerce Jliss Alice Brownell. a charter mem- .bers. sai-d in the course 61 an inter- view: i "We believe that, if the young men are ressdy to even their lives there sis son why they should hesitaite to come out in the -fight under pur 'banner.- "We have all heard of the Jure of love and we are going to put it to a practical use, if you please, and how well it" works.': Miss Mary Jamieson declared members of the club are "just is a good speaker and well hearing-. Hake an effort to be preseutr-it will do you good.'- Dr. J. our new den- is filling a "long felt want" in midst as well as filling teeth; our .The public appreciate his services and i3 happy to know he is located hera permanently. Sonie of the families reserve all their that j unpleasantness for meal hours; they! COIlr j think it a convenient occasion to di? ceited enough to believe they- can ex- j cuss things that nave gone awry, to j ert more influence over the men than j thrash out grievances to dwell on their married sisters do. j agreeable or gloomy subjects. Tf they the men really think anything- but knew it they ar6 courting dyspep- of is, enough to make it .more surely than if they indulged she added, "why, they in mince pie or terrapin. M M M M MM M Past, Present and Future REDUCED PRICES FOR 3 DAYS ONLY As a matter of advertise- ment, MADAME DEL. MAR, The palm- ist, will read your palm for the smallfee of .50c. COME NOW, DON'T DEUY H Find out what the future has in store for you. Madamf Delmar guaran- tees to reveal every in- cident of your life, past, present and future, Office hours, 10 a in. to 0 p m. Room No. 1, Shepard Block, NEXT TO ALEXANDRA CAFE HUDSON'S BAY CO. X, Ladies' Department STRIPED MUSLIN SHIRTWAIST To clear at PRETTY FANCY value PRINCESS white and blue to A SPECIAL LINE OF CORSET COVER Regular 50c for........................................25C MUSLIN EMBROIDERIES AND 20c for.................................................-..10C These are special bargains secured by buying in large quantities. For the Preserving Season GLASS the latest quarts, and gallons. FRESH STRAWBERRIES..............Lowest Market Prices GOOD 100 We have just placed in stock handsome beds in brass and white enamel. Also Springs and mattresses. GOOD VALUES IN CLASS, CHINA AND DELFT WARE. HUDSON'S BAY CO The Heral ment Headquarters for Office Stationery of all kinds Fully Equipped in All Branches of the Trade Expert Mechanics and the Latest Machinery If you have not tried us for your work, let us turn you out a trial order Letter Heads Bill Heads Statements Envelopes 0 Phone 106 Invitations Announcements Circulars Pamphlets Etc., etc. I ;