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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. 1012 THE LETHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD THE MOST v f n CM IUHHV n Hit' oitv, now in full ing No sale shifts 01 shnk> heio We me as we ilie way this si ore always does Imsiiiess Men's Suits Men's Suits Down to These Knits aie the season's i.ibhionahle models the choicest Jabiics f all thuse societies, nnd it goes far- her still. It makes an especial ap-' peal to the women on the farms be cause in their isolation) they yearn for thethe social intercpyrse stitute opens up because the farm woman miles awa> from the bakery, the -.dressmaker, from the trained.nurse arid the doctor is dailj confiontcd with problems for which, her'previous 'education has not prepared her. Through she may reap the-benefits of other women's, experience and occasionally receive expert instruction.on suoh sub- jects as-scientific nutrition, the care and-feeding of children, the treatment of -contagious diseases 'and many others -of peculiar to the lousekeeper and the hiotber.-To town women also Institute may be a jreat. boon. There is scarcely a lousekeeper or homemaker who is not hub conscioub of possibilities of )i1oadeniiig the scope of her. work, ind iwho would not-be. stimulated to tetter things by a monthly conference vith earnest di ciplea of hei own pro- ession the most sophisticated voinan feels, in this, day of changing methods and constantly- ahejing and mproving household thai here is. ever something: new to learn Vhat she herself has long since, mas ered may be of infinite service to her leighbprs if she will' but ''pas along The Institute are president secretary treasurer and four directors. 'the'membership fee la 'twenty-five cents per annum, to retain its connection with -the provin- cial 'organization each branch must hold at least four meetings a year for effective work monthly meetings are advised. Topics in harmony with 'the aims and objects arc discussed, papers con- .ributed by the members, arc read'and 'requently musical, and literary .num )ers, niake up part of _ thej program Upon certain occasions arrangements can be made to have departmental lee .urcrs take up subjects of especial in .erest and valuable assistance can be given by doctors, busineiiB men, mu- ses, teachers and others capable o sontribut'hig acceptable addresses on heir own lines of work, The work 'f the institute once inaugurated, rows and develops normally. Any ommmirty desirous of forming a. Ipca'l rganizntion should correspond with he Department of .Agriculture for pacific and defiinite information. A meeting of the women of Clnrcs- olm and vicinity, will be held In St. ohn's pariah hall on Saturday after- oon, July 20th, to discuss the'organi- ".tlon of a women's iiiRtitiite and to uroll students for the prespective inter schools in household science. HOW VICTORIA IS GROWING 000 Foi the whole of July last year they totalled- TRY TO B C, July permits for the present year have pass ed the five million dollai mark. Per- mits issued dmlng the fiist twelve I July will be days this month amount to a meeting of leading French Catholic laymen in this city to consider the St. difficulty which has now reached a critical stage. This meeting-will not, howevei, be of protest or indignation but with the obect of bringing the opposing 'part- ies together. GOOD LUCK TO THE CAP. .Ottawa; July ,T. K. Bern- er, the former commander. :of the teamer Arctic on her three crtiises o the far north, when .-he asserted anadn'g compelled ie Amorlctiii whalers to pay tribute as at ceimUeted his for his expedition to the north In search of gold, .iron, diamonds and other such vnhtiiblu commodities. He will fa'ail from Quebec next week In a stoanior, which he has chartered and expects 10 bo absent until next summer. He Ims .gecured'amule fin- ancial 'backing. G. A. Meati This Road Leads to the Headquarters for the Best and Largest Vbrietyof MEATS in This City. No cold storage products. Everything bought and killed by ourselves. ;