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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Thursday, July 2S, 1910. LIGHT AS A FEATHER yet chock full of nourishment is the bread you get from this bakery.. It doesn't dry up quickly, either. One reason is that it seldom gets the chance. 'OUR BREAD IS SO GOOD that it is always eaten up before it has time to get stale. Why not try it for .the summer anyway and avoid 'the heat .and bother of home.bak- ing? City Bakery FordSt Beside Fhe Hal Phone 1181 Edited by Phone 1052 Keep on! If the.day looks kinder gloomy, An' yer chances kinder slim If the situation 's puwclin', A.n' the prospects 'awful grim An' perplexities keep pressin' Till all hope is nearly done- Just bristle up an' :grit your teeth, keep on keeping' on. 'f SOCIAL AND PERSONAL The Misses Gilmore and Pennington of Winnipeg and Miss -Winter of Cal- gary were the honor guests at Miss Dora Rogers' delightful 'dancing .party last evening. The guests who number- ed about forty of the younger set, spent a gay evening dancing" to the spirited programme of dances played Madame iNorinan. 'Refreshing dainties were served during the even- ing. Will Settle for. Sake of Public from front Cfaim Freight is Moving Toronto, July G. Bro'wnlee, ,of transportation of Grand Trunk, declared to-night per cent- of the freight is and twenty per cent, will be .added to-morrow.. S. N. Berry, ex- .of "the Order of Railway asserts not' more than, per cent- is moving. He says is surprised .'-that, the railway is !the. Rock7 Mountains. She accoin- Hon. L. P. Brodeur, accompanied.by Madame Brodeur vand Lady Laurier, will leave Ottawa in the course of a week for Banff, and will remain .there until September, when they return east with Sir. Wilfrid. Laurier and party. Either'the Palmer cottage or the 'Commissioner's residence is to be occupied by the distinguished party. Mrs. S. Helwig, assisted by Mrs. J. H.-White, was the hostess at a pretty luncheon yesterday. Covers .were, laid for thirty. While Earl Grey is'taking his'trip' to Hudson's Bay, Lady Grey will enjoy the experience of camping in mot .able to make more headway. 'Strikers Burn Property "Bridgebiirg, July 28. A caboose two or three freight cars of the G-.T.R. .were burned ia the yards here 'last night by strikers. Later the G. T.R. depot at Amagard was destroy- ed b'V fire. jAt the Eureka Prestos-change. That is the way of the act that is on this week at tthe Eu- reka theatre. When it comes 'out on the stage it is a woman, but it becomes a man. both in voice and ap- pearance. The waltz is the real thing in comedy and the effect is marvelous, all by a half-man, half-woman. A novelty act that is brand new and highly amusing. 'Extra good series of -motion pictures, one -of .a western story of mixed, comedy and-tragedy, another a comedy series of the man j who had to win his bride by competi- tion, and others, fill out the bill. panies the earl as far as Winnipeg, then comes on west with her own party. Macleod, July T. Dick- son, who for the past two weeks "has been attending -the Winnipeg Fair, has returned to.Macleod. Mr; and Mrs. R. H. Hillard, wio have been enjoying 'their (honeymoon the coast, have returned. Mr. Bil- liard is secretary-treasurer of the Agricultural Society's "fair iiere. The .wedding of Misg Latrica La trance, only daughter of 'Charles La France, to Mr. Dennis -Cyr, a prom- inent fanner of this district, was sol- emnized in the Roman Catholic church here today. The .happy couple left on the afternoon train for the mountains, where they will spend their honeymoon, the Watertou. .Lakes, Leth- bridge people are having hilarious times there-, and each day new ar- rivals are welcomed by the congenial colony of Lethbridge campers. Refined .'People Needed Something new in immigration is proposed in a letter from a Hamilton (Ontario) lady to Lady Falmouth, published in the London Times. The writer complains that many of the newcomers are the scourings from London hangers-on of church charitable demand 'work, but don't want it. She asks "Cannot England spare some of her well-bred and refined people- to raise the tone of the Avhole. coun- try you not an army, of) women of education who could be spared to build up this part of our Empire This sounds like an implied re- proach upon our old nobility in On- tario and the Eastern Provinces, where bridge, afternoon tea, and oth- er varieties of culture flourish as lux- uriantly as in England. Later in her letter the writer qualifies her "refer- ence to the tone of the whole coun- try by singling out the West as the region specially in need of imported culture. She adds' of the hundreds of towns dotting the wide prairies of our great Northwest. t Every year they will huild more and more; .and then the clergyman and his little mission church, and the schoolmas- ter, with the public school, will so crude and so here is the chance of our 'Frontiers- women.' If even the clergyman and the schoolmaster are crude' and new, cer- tainly heroic treatment is necessary; If they are unmarried, the cnance of the "Frontiers-women" is so much the better. To proceed "Suppose- four ladies of congenial tastes joined incomes and came out to such a town. Suppose they came out to some English clergy- men in place, and'got a little piece of land and a house. One lady would be musical; let her teach the choir and play the 'har- monium, for service. Another would teach plain sewing or wise to the older girls of the dis- trict. Another .might keep'poultry. They would be the props of the new and struggling parish, and the one gentle and refining influence on all the farming life around it." The writer concludes by expressing the hope that some scheme may be evolved which will help the idea into a reality. A plan that suggests it- Page 5 DEN BRO The Leading Lethbridge House Furnishers Do you need ah extra piece of furniture for any of your rooms, or Maybe a pair of curtains; perhaps it's new linoleum for the kitchen; in any whatever you require drop in, and see if trie very article you are looking for is uot here. We are always glad to skow you our immense stock, and assist you in making your selection. Look at these special inducements for week-end buying Shades Of all Sizes Order. Get Our Quotation; No. Morris Chairs are made of elm, .golden oak finish, fitted -with reversible cushions and brass adjusting rods. Regular Friday and Saturday Rockers to match above and the same price No. good, comfortable, well-upholstered Couch, spring edge, plain frame, velour cov- >ririg. Regular Friday and Saturday Other couches at equally low prices in velour, pantasote and genuine leather A few odd Wastelands and Somnos 25 per cent discount self would ;be the formation in Eng- land of a Society for the Promotion 'of Culture; in 'Canada." Let the soci- ety" send'a travelling secretary to the From accounts brought "back 'yes- Canadian West to look over the field, terday by a party who had been en-'and ascertain by personal observation C. W. Gray's Prices versus Other Hardware Stores Prices Friday and Saturday HALF PRICE No Bells! No Frills! Just plain straight Half Price on Bed Pans Phone" 625 60S Redpath Street We have competent men to send out to meature for anil jilace Shades, Carpets and the communities where sweetness and light are most required, and where refined English ladi.es may dispose both, and keep cbick'ens o'n the side. One can imagine the" travelling secret tary's series of disp'atehes to head- quarters 'V- Big Quill, Sask. Social conditions here very dis- tressing. No leisure; table etiquette deplorable finger bowls unknown, and people eat their marmalade with a spoon. Goose Creek, Sask. Worse and worse. Ladies here answer the door-bells. Noon meal Iyour -garden surpasses called dinner. Nothing between then'-'yours" Keep hoeing. Don't fuss. If and 6 which thev call never went who'd _. frtr often heap our faults on .Fate's shoul- ders. Don't be em'barassed in. com- pany when at a loss, for small talk. A good listener is more entertaining than a good talker. Be .original; do not