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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July THE LKTHBBIDGE DAILY UUKAUJ EDITED BY "INO" Off let Phone Rfltfdence Phone 774. jl'Uere arc threo words that Bwcctlv blend, Thai, on-tho heart aro graven, proscluuB.soolliing bnlm they lend, They're mother, homo -and heaven! i J. Mnckle. W. P. Roy is spending the day at Wacleod. 4 W. C- Ives is enjoying: a vacation at Nelson, 13, G. Mrs. W..R. Seailo -eclc spending tho Archie Stewart. CiiUiill St., is holi inj inf., this uccl at Grou s Nest Miss McCready ,of the office staff of the'Jlentley is spending a two weeks" holiday at .CrnnhrooU, Miss Lucy the Gait Hos- pital slnf? Icf lortu to spend i Rupdrt H H Grigi; of Taber who fcas been usiting hib mother and brothtr m the cit) for a few dajs returned home todaj' W C who has been hung In the City for the past jcir and fcalf, ilcl.t .-yesterday for 'Vancouver whett he will proljaolj lesule Mr, and Mrs; Tinning went to Kcfiaa this" morhlnj. They will re- turn when Mrs. Tin- ning'will leaved to spend a month at BXC. Mr and tills R W Kellogg taken a awte at the A ictori i Man Bionb Mrs, Kellogg to leve on Slihaa? ;for: New York, where sht Usit for n month and Mrs. will remain in tho city- for a short time, after which they intend to reside In Calgary. ttabrlol Hnnotiw.v, president of the franco-American committee for the development of political, economic, lit orary and art relations, presided at a luncheon slveh -by the commlLlcc in honor of Plilllipe Hoy, the newly Appointed Canadian Commissioner- guueral to Franco. Nllo Peeaulm, for mcr prcsklojuf.. of Brazil, wan a nest M Jla.iot proposed tho prosperity :'0t' .Canada and tho "health of Commissioner, who responded felicitously which.- wns to have 'been Held on Mondftv Tuh 31 under the auspices; of Jlaccaboei. has been postponed Further notice of tlfo nicinc be Ut The, Flower Guild is asked Jo meet vlth Mrs. C. F. P. Conybcare at Rlverview" this evening, in "brilcr to complete arrangnmonts for the lawn fete, which is to he hc.ld on August 8th, Tho recital Ib be 'given .thy Air. O, violinist, assisted by.Mrs. G A. Fleming. .pianiste, at the Y. M. C, A. auditorium, Mils evening, promises bo u rare treat. -The 'programme, IB published in this column a few ights ago, should appeal -to even i music m tho ind is to lie undei tho of the fol lowing: Mayor .Adams, -W.'J.'Aru- hroisc. Senator Do Vcher. J. Ait- lien, .T. Nelson, C. J. Ecksldrm, E I- I ilj ton Dr HcAlbmp G M Hutch A. B. Pettfi. A. Murray I C Speuco I J in s II Mm ray, Win. Knglish, J. 0. 0. F. P. R. An- derson, M. S. K. .Now- combe, G. Robinson. ,T. W. Reid. K II. Thomasson, W. L. Kelrby, T. Hotliwell, Dr Courtice, .1. F. Hamilton ,1. II. Shepherd, S. Lyons, A. V. Gib Dons, L. 13. Mitson, T. Long, Miss L A Scott, Mrs Linsard, Mi S. Sadwo- sky. 15. J. Belli. .1. R. Clarke. R. Wal- lace. 11. .M. Whiddinston. Donald Duff, Carver, F. G. WaddingUm; ,1. 11. I'alnier, T. n. Davidson, JAJ- B.-Staf- Lawson.r 0. T.'Lathrop, .1. J. G. Robertson, A. Edward. V. Voncini, Miss K.: For- bes, JI. T. Wrigglesworth, llit- C. H. KBIT, A. O. Price, R. Dr. E. .0. Dean, D. A. Taylor, 51. Johnslbue. W. S- Fairfield, R. Ohiswick. D. J. Dr. Gal- )raitli F A Shai man J ITorne T way in which they bundled thu crowd. A day's outing of Ihjs kinil anords an opportunity to persons, who perhaps iiuver go out of the city at any other time. Two caspK are mentioned, one of a lady who has lived licrc four years and another nine years, who until Ihe excursion yesterday, hail never been on a train since coming to I.cthhritlge. Canadian fiction is capturing the English markets at tho present time. Sir Gllbeib Parker led the way with such books as "Pierre and Ilis Peo- ple" and poetry lovers in Knglanrt are delighted with the poems, of Bliss Carmen. Ralph Connor literally toolc tlm world by storm with "The Sky and now cheap editions of succeeding stories arc every where in evidence. English readers are delight- ed with the literary mixture of sen- timent, piety and adventure in his Elinor Glyn, too, is a C'ana- hy men.- Soon there will'be as nmny and women employed in factor- ies, oiliccs and stores as thero are nwn today. What are the ''men, thus crowded out hy cheaper labor, going to ilo? Are Ihpy going to pass out liko the old omnibus drivers of Lon- don down pver the of ohliv- ion, or what is going to become of them These are questions which ex- cite m some male minds an interest not devoid of pathos." the sphere of harmony ami testing works. Mrs. jifin by birth, though married to an i sscx landowner. Moving as she Iocs in smart society, her inspira- tion is found elsewhere than in the land of the Maple Leaf. She is a sister of Lady Duff Gordon, the "Lu-jOf cillc" oE the fashionable world of dress. I he popularity of Canadian fiction 1-Iomfl is peace, The spot "where angels find place When hearing blessings, they descend to earth. Male. There is not much harmony, is there, in a home where harsh, angry tones are heard. What a perfectly uncomfortable feel ng one hns, when shown into homo j where, .you overhear, you cannot help! it, they are so loud, scolding, angry j voices. These are particularly grat- ing, if the home appearance is beau- tiful, and cultured and naturally sug- ;csts resttulness and peace. The use CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE PHONE 453 ACADIA BLOCK Exceptional Saturday Savings Of Interest to every economical woman SPECIAL PURCHASE OF HAIR NETS Sc 6 for 25c Made of extra strong' pure (ilk thread in large and medium sizes A remarkable-vnlno for Saturday's selling and exactly .the stvlc wo r i ii i 5c 6for25c high pitched unpleasant voice soon, unfortunately, becomes a habit not easily broken. Just think, too, how contagious il is is threatening the London-made js this true tide, for, while the market has its children, who arc such limits stories with now and strange settings have more success than stor- ies set in well known surroundings. lia is not nearly as successful with her literary irnrcs, as Canada in London. Fiction writers in Mel- bourne anil Sydney arc being told that tales of the bush arc not attrac- tive goods. Drpppo and B L Cope Tho annual. picnic of Wesley Sun- ay school. which' .took place yester- day- to-Crow-'s Nest, was an.imquali tied success. Nearly people from Lethhridge attended, while 500 more were, taken on at various places along the. route.., There were two spe cial which left at seven and seven-thirty .respectively, arriving at Orow's Nest at eleven The Misses Bessie and Nellie Ha- -sines and coaches end will ,b0 joined on Wednesday bv 'Wpre with OI Mrs.'E. G. llazeli and .Jinsa'jiilnnVa arul fine we; Hazell. Hazcll and daughters jihftc an j will leave Calgary on an extended -respect. FooUmll, tmaeba trip of two months' or longer to otlicr 'wc're Iuuch onjoyci Maxell win accompany 'Airs'. H-i- tell as far as Calgary. The dominant event in the social lognnr For some time was the given last evening hy Mrs. C. K. P. Conybeare, as a courtesy to Miss Honor Simper, of Calhary, who IB.stopping at "Hivcrvicw." Mrs, Conyheare wearing a vc handsome black silk gown. Miss Si per, tlic honor guest, wore a pret lingerie frock, while the Misses Con bcfire were similarly gowned. house was transformed into 'bower of flowers, popular music, co liined witli an excellent dancing floo made dancing most enjoyable, whi cosv corners arranged oir.the Vcra dah and pretty lawn, proved mo A very dainty lunch was served r the midnight hour, aftet which t! dancing msumed. Among t guests were Mrs. W. H. McLellan the Misses Fane Macbetl J. KcJcstqrm, Belcher, DC 'V Wallace, K. Ilerfilerson, An! G. Stafford, Tripp; .Juriith Hatcl Mardie and Hatch, and Messrs. V H. McLelland, Street, Morrow, Hig scions little imitators, ones in the home wouli and eleven notlmm, Wyott, .fHX Robcrtsoi Brooks, If. A. Naismitl H. Mewhurn, ljpwer, Christie, Fisi er, -Robinson, Rose, L. DC Vcher Newcombe and Dawson. The' 'marriage of -Miss Carolina Knadink to Mr. John Slamko was eel-, ebrated at Patrick's church yee- terday by the Rev, Father Kosenthal. -Miss Annie Knadink, sis- fer of toe bride, was the bridesmaid, and Mr. Koatyn Slamko, brother of the grpqhi, acted as groomsman. Mr.! Numbers climlied the mountain while others walked to the cave thre miles back or went into H. C. Lunc was served in a huge tent hy Wesley Sunday school. .Both train came in about ten o'clock last nighi the whole day having passed withou being marred by an accident of an kind. The comniittce in charge is Ipud i praiso oi S. Mitchell, C.P.R. ag and his staff, for the excellen Tbft sanitaritim committee of th Woman's Canadian club, though ap pointed only a few weeks ago, ha accomplished a great deal of work outcome of which has excocdei their expectations. Circular letters enlisting the co-op cral.ion of the women throughout, r the country, in securing federal and pro vincial assistance, have been senb to 111) women's organizations in the irovince of Alhcrta. Besides this, cir cular letters, explaining the necessity of Ihe situation, have, appeared ii nearly every newspaper in the prov ncc. Mrs. Harold Riley, the secre- ,ary of the committee, has entered nlo the spirit of the work with un- iioundcil uneigy., Every woman's'club n the province, whether independent connected with some church, has cccivofl communications signed by he secretary, requesting to subscribe resolution expressing sympathy in he work aiirt a pledge to use every nftuence to further that end. When has sufficiently pro- rcsscd, canvassers will he selected i each district to obtain signatures a petition to the legislature. A man, who witnessed the corona- tion procession, writes the follow- ig "1 was ith the prc-coronation procession of omen, the greatest sight of the inrl that the eyes of man has ever ?helii. The thousands of men who net! the route maintained a deep lence as the brave representatives the other se.v passeri by under icir gleaming banners. We men were lent, but we were doing some seri- i.i tliinldng we were dreaming of c future and wondering what kind a world our grandsons and graml- will labor in. Will it be a realm wherein woman will occupy the position of headship Or will man still retain a few of ancient Ks- of the nncon- H the older just listen to the children at play and notice how their tomes are reproduced, I think- they would often be HO much more careful. How we dislike to hear .children speaking to each other in angry voices, yet we cannot alto- gether blame, them, when the exam- ple is set in their homes. .Then, too, a loud voice is not usu- ally In a home where scold- ing is the habit, children rarely obey, when spoken to 'the firs I linfc. On the other hand, a low bin firm voice commands obedience, and sometimes not even a word is necessary but just a quiet, steady loook. A successful teacher recognizes the truth of this in the school room. A i teacher who lias a loud, harsh voice, j will almost invariably have restless while the reverse is also true. These little ones are judging their elders very much by the tone of voice they use, .and .the tones of d sweet voice will be remembered, long after it is silent forever. ..What an ines- timable benefit we will confer on the little ones, whom ive teach by ex- ample, to use a sweet, low tone of voice. If, never before, they will re- cognise how valuable it is, when, as ive all must sooner or later, they face-the time wbrn. some dear one is ill. They will then realize to the i full the soothing power of. a low, voice. INY0. have always found most popular at. convcjiiojicc in. adjusting, and showi Saturday Special In White Cottons and Nainsooks Pure finish, extra fine finalities, very evenly wov- en, soft and free from dressing; full 3G ins. wide, and exceptional value at the price. for 25c. Knitted at -cuds for in all colors. Saturday Special In Pure Linen Napkins S2.00 Shown iii size 23 x 22 in good weight pure linen damask, splendid fine quality, fine and evenly wov- en; splendid assortment of various designs; hem- med and ready for use. Per S2.00 AN ABUNDANCE OF LONG GLOVES In Silks, Lisles, Silk and Lisle Chamois Suede LONG LISLE GLOVES .....................60c Shown in colors white, tan, grey ami splendid quality lisle; 24 ins. long. LONG SILK GLOVES All made with double tipped fingers'; 24 ins. long; colors slty, pink, white, lan, navy and black. ALL SUNSHADES CLEARING AT LONG GLOVES Very popular tor this season's wear; made to represent the real chamoie; colors white and chamois. SHORT SILK 'AND LISLE GLOVES Clearing out the entire summer stock, including all values worth up to 65c, at 35c. We 3Se 1-3 oft. SATURDAY SPECIAL IN WASH GOODS 15c Including ginghamn, galateai, suitings, etc. worth up to 30c. BIG SAVINGS STILL OFFERED IN ALL KUADY-TO-WEAK The Expansion Sale continues witirinily re-L nmrkable values that are reducing stocks in a most satisfactory way. We urge the advlsuhillty of early selections. WE MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT ALL WASH WAISTS CLEARING AT off SATURDAY SPECIAL BEDSPREADS A specially purchased line in size 64 x S4 and splendid quality; worth U.OS. GARAGE WON CASE COMMISSION ON Proposed That One be Appointed to Make an Inquiry Ottawa, July 28. Dr. Spronle to llio attention of tiie Prime Mnleter allegations made by Siri Fleming in regard to th ormation of ci cement merger. H. anted to know If matter was ot proceeded with in the house i he government proposed to appoin commission of enquiry. Sir Wilfrid Lanrler In reply hat the government hoped thai le House would deal with the mallei lit progress on reciprocity vas so ow Dial-there appeared to he little rospect of that. He had no thought appointing n commission, but e event ot the house not dealing ith the mailer, the suggestion made as a good one, and it would bo con- dered when Air. Fielding moved the ouse Into committee on the recl- rocitr resolutions. Mr. n. L. Harden asked if the gov- nment, In view of its retinal io me a Hoyai commission to inquire to the Farmer's' Bank affairs, would dertakc to place at the disposal the house a report o[ the investi- tion made by tho curators as well copies of all court proceedings. Mr. Fielding, after slating that the vernment could see no reason why the Farmers' Bank should be dealt with any differently than other banks which had failed, said that any re- ports or documents which might reach the government would be tab- led. Winnipeg, July case ag- ainst the Central garage for a breach of the civic fire bylaws In connec- tion with the handling of gasoline was dismissed. This action arose out of tiie fire which tourne'd the garage last spring, destroying worth pf machines. ced." The musical part-of the pro gramme is well upheld. .Mies Chen hey will furnish appropriate music for each picture, and .K. Willis will render (be latest New York bal- lad "The Wireless -Man." Special matinee tomorrow. AT (TARLANp Starland. which has always upheld its reputation as the home of pictures, has another splendid gramme for today and tomorrow, and as Friday and Saturday are the big nights at this theatre, we would ad- vise all to attend early. The pro- gramme includes the following: The Diamond Star, an intensely interest- ng drama; "Circle C'a Wedding: Pre- a Western comedy; this pic- ture will keep the audience in fits of laughter. "The Four-Footed Pest'! and "Statue Dog" are both produced by the Vittgraph Company. ".Mutt PREDICTS CHANGE IN BRITISH CABINET London, July Even- ing Times authoritatively pre- dicts that Lords Alorley and Crewe will shortly retire'from tiie Cabinet. Haldane will re- linquish the War secretary- ship and BirrcJ! will relinquish the Irish office, and receive a judgeship. Col. Sealey will succeed Haldflne and Dr. Me- Namara will receive Cabinet rank. WANT LC.R. TO REDUCE RATE Jlonlreal, July adjourn- ing last evening, the board of man- of government railways stat- ed Unit they would give their decis- ion within ten days on the request of the Montreal Board of Trade dele- gation that the Intercolonial Rallway should lower its ratei to the 'basis of the C. P. R., the O. T. R., and the Canadian Northern' Quebec lines, re- specting the carriage of grain arrlv- ng at Montreal from Fort William by water and by rail east if jevis. in the province of Quebec. In the territory where all the rondi are in competition the rates are uni- orm, but east of Levie, where th'e government, lines have the territory o themselves, an increased rate is Charged ou the carriage of grain. The Board of Trade wants this anomaly LOSE THEIR JOBS fOH GIVING NEWS Baku, Trans-Caiiscasla, Russia, July owner of the steamer Christ ofer has dismissed captain and as- Prc-iijiitmit captain because they commun-i rogntives? One thing Is certain. icated to the press of the voy. year lliai passes sees n greater Niulliludd of and coming inlo London and all Ilic great citlrs of Hnglnml to engage in labor which was only a lew years ago, controlled paid for his transportation. on the Chrlstofer of llio ex-Shaw while he ramming to Persia. Oil steamers are not permitted to carry naMcngers, and Mohummed All Mir- Corset Demonstration Miss Dougherty, the expert American Corset- iere, will Demonstrate the Superior Fitting Qualities of the Celebrated CORSETS Friday and Saturday, July 28th and 29th At our store. The ladies of the city and vicinity are invited to this demonstration The Simpson Co., Limited ;