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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, June 20, THE LKTI1BBIDGE DAILY HERALD :v i Ju Ino Writes Brief Skelcli of Canadian Press Women's Convent- ion Recently Held in Edmonton Only the Leading Events of llie Happy Excursion Touched Upon MILADI EDITED "INO" The triennial Rt- C-Asadiau willi ils attendant litfMT) tnl l.jppy l.oliJaj The Whales rcprescnta- es Iroiu all over Cataila ttciu to Vancouver, aul as aptly meeting of, upon garlands of Bowers stretched I'rfss club Irom ttc wnlre ol tte douie to tlu treats, sides ol tie buildiog, voile long adorned lairly groaned ol datab the itcac by -Miss MacMurrliy, the drl-; tilul evening puuns of Nie t atd well loved prciideut, there v.ho included Kdnionton's eli v.'i no east or weM, but just Can-I 1'revious to the supper 1 b: 'M, all delegates ttius'lnit in loyal j priiileije o! tnjojitiB ur.c ol mosl with cut u a buMen dainties. The beauty ol enlianicd by Ibe beau ns of the women, Ic. :ad the LOOKING TOffAKD TUB LIOHT 1 askid the robiu as he sprang Froci biatcb to blanch aweetlj s.aap, Miat made his breast so round and red. "Twas looking toward the MUJ, be I asled the violets sweet and blue, the mornicg dew, their color. Then, 'so answered, '-Looking toward tee sky." saw lie roses one br one L'clold thtir petals to Ibe sun. 1 asked what made their tints so bright Tbe Informal teuulr dacce, will be beld ItU evenlue In Ibe 8. 0. K. was orlulcallj Intended for tieil Ktidsy night, but, to tt9 lair next weei, H ihoujhi best to bring It on a week earlier. This an- nouncement made to t-revf-nt any misunderstanding, thit Ibe weather' UM turned 10 cool after the 6lorm, a number of >houjd bo io attendance Slilrt atd flsonels male it Ibis tline at the year very enjoyable. CLU3S AND SOCIETIES They answered, "Looking toward the light." I asked the thrush, whose silvery ..H in _. talented programs it to U r.ould be ImpasiiUe to picture uiy good fortune to cnioy in detail all tlie wonderful cipeririio' OLC eitnli.g. Jean IKeirtlt gaie 'ij> of that gathering on June 9lh'reading Irotn her OKU works, Mrs Ki ICth in KtliGOnlon and in !sei j NtHie McCluiig, (so well kncwn UvrinR the whole of the outing, but through "Sowing Weeds in Danny') I note a bere and theie nuy be. also read tivrn her writings, while came like a song from angel's to some. Isabel. Kicelestor.e McKay, Naturally 1 can speak only of that part of tin; trip, wbitli 1 fujojeO, tho'Jsh iVe from tbe east and far uest had a larger ex- ol lead a number ol her In Edmonton The dflegates Irom east, vtcsl south arrived In Edmonton on day u'.oriutig, Jur.c fllh, and a sceno ol iojous aaixated coulusion. foriinvlth at the dtpot plat- forrc. Tte f.enial, kindly Wmonion l.ost- eises were down bright and early, as tbcy needs must be to mret a tevrn o'clock train, toraicg over to Stratn- CODI to do so, at thst. The inlroduc- short poems. CX- llariiian, of the 0. T. P., veil Lndivn as a writer, re- cited "0 I.iltle Gray Goose Come Home." Then there were addresses b> Mis. Arthur Murphy, George d liam, of the C. I'. H.. His Honor, Moa- I'ieuienanl-tioiernor Uulyea, MihS throat. will at In tbe rlsh The .oHkcre of tbe Society with gratitude the re- EXCELLENT VALUES For Those Who Shop Here Tomorrow Selling has been heavy on all lines advertised at Specia Reductions for Friday and Saturday. Varieties are, how- ever, ample for all who shop early on Saturday to make choosing easy. Here are the Particulars in Brief: tions were inaic and guest was motored the fortunate tbe lovely Juae morning to tlie home of her I wa. in being by Mr. and Mrs. i Jennings. Mr. Jennings is editor-in- chief ol tbe Edmonton Journal, and It was largely due to hii indefatig- able efforts, often as man bcbind tl.c gun, that the lime in Kd- rnontcn so congenially spent. On Monday afternoon the first geu- pral was held. Mis. Ar- drnt of the Press Wo- men's Club, gave an address of i come. She on the- "'Feminist or "Nev; Laraps Versus tho Old." She emphasised strongly, tbe fact that woman's sphere is not limited as compared with inan'v sfcovunj that it is not a question o! Ee'x, but .a question of capacity. Wo- man, as well as man, can do any- thing tbat dees cot interfere with the proper propagation o! '.children. Her address was a'veritable'tnsplra-' .tion tu tbe large numler o! women, v. ho -were fortunate enougb to be present' Besides Inoving ger subject exceedingly well, Mrs. Murphy has a strong, personality that draws tbe sympathy of her audience to an un- usual degree. This was equally so In the evening, at the'cnic ban- quet given by tlie city ol Edmonton at Hie Eoipirc Auditorium she ad- dressed large representative mix- ed auJiencc ID a stirring speech, in v.hkh the and its'representa- live, (icorge tun, and the 0. T. P. represented by t'y Waimsn, came- in for well merited on the mag- nificent courtesy .cxlcnded the Cana- dian Press Women's Glut. On Monday allcrnoon Mrs. Hislop, daughter of Honotnble Frank Oliver, a dclighUul tea hour function Marjolle president of the Canadian Womin's Press Club, (to Mrs. Murplii payed (he glow- ing tribute that sl.e weighed more puie gold lo Ihc pound than any other uoman she Xnew) Mayor Short and olheie. Trul) it was a feast of good things and a treat long lo be remembered. A particularly good orchestra render- ed pleasing selections during the eervir.g of supper, when bright con- versation seemed fairly to scintillate.. 1 It a unique very happy Eeuce for a wiittr young at the nork to meet with renowned and Dominion famed authoresses. Oa Tuesday mprnlcg and afternoon the-sesstqns of the convention were continued. At the lc-a hour Sirs' Richard Secord, an old timer in Ed- What made him sing in the twilight dim. He ansftcred, "I.ooVing up to Him." D. StocUon. Mrs. William Cleary Is entertain- ing T. B. ot Cracbroolt, for the weeL-cntl. z z The Orphtsus cl'Jb are holding a dacce at Henderson Lake pavilion Monday evening, June- 23rd. Admis- sion is by imitation only. t Mr. M. .1. Long, ol Swift Current, is a weci-end wilh bis sister, Mrs. William Cleary. f Mrs. John Livingston entertained "hours" yesterday in connection with the icrics of teas being held under the auspices ot -Wesley Lndies A large number were in attendance and over niae dollars ivas realized fiom tht bright affair.: jnonton, opened bee 'spacious and handsome home to tte Edmonton hostesses acd thctr guests. The tea tahle adorned with quautities ol pink roses and green and piak chif- was lovely indeed, but still more deligbtlul was the opportunity !be guests to view the exquisite ori- gbal paintings, for which the Sccord home is famous. Aloag tht G. T. P. That night at nice-thirty, the whole party embarked on the G. T. P. for Jnsper Park and -Tete J'auce Cache, at the end of steoC -This trip lasted until nine o'clock on Thursday morning, whea we arrived back in Kdmonton. Jasper, is a glorious na- tural park, and its possibilities are unlimited. Colonel Kogtrs, superin- tendent of the park, was aboard the train, was kindness itself ic an- tbe many questions, which tme burtcd. at hirnlby ttbfc fair -pc.n wieldtrs, who Verc'anrious to obtain copy for a good story. A fuller de- anriplion ol the park scarcely" comes Into the scope but may appear later in a separate story. The trip was thoroughly delightful over the solid roadbed ol the G.T.F. following along tbe Athabasca river and Moose Lake. Tbe comfort of the guests was the first consideration, and if a desire'to 'get on at any point were expressed, tbe train stop- It Is officially announced tbat the courts of the'Lethbrldge Tennis club will be ready for play on Monday, though they are under -water today. Tho pumps are being utilized to pump off the water, and the couris will scon be as perfect as usual. cclpt at from the Ixthbridse Dra- which recently present- ed "ThV Country Girl." The basketball game, nhich was to bare been 'last evening be- tween Knox and teams, will.be evening on Kcoi weather permitting. Ttia Juniors are to play at Ecd tbe sen- iors at 7.50. The AYoJien's Missionary Society of Westminster Church hold z. nell-at- ended meeting at the home of Mrs. Weston on Wednesday The subject was ably taken by Mrs. Mc- Ivena. It was decided to hold an op- en evening meeting some time next month, at which P. J. Alexan- der will give a report ot the recent convention at Medicine Hat, to which tee was a delegate from the Westmin- ster branch. The supper and social, which was held Uit evening In St. Patrick's church club rooms, under the aus plcea of the Ladles' Altar society, was ccnslderably effected Ij the heavy Etorm: A fairly good number arrivcc early, but a great many who Intended going, were prevented br the rain. As most of the nerfurmors on tie pro- gramme- failed to appear, BO pro- gramme was given at a5I. Those who were on hand certainly enjoyed a EOCd EUpper, as the ladies are rioted for their splendid home cooking. MEN'S lo values For LADIES' 75 centt LISLE HOSE For 15c VOILES AND MUSLINS For........i.................. 39c 25c 11.50 6UNSHA03S For................... CHILDREN'S OALATEA WASHAILE COATS, Vllut for ........H.., LADIES' jnd MISSES' WASH DRESS- ES; Srilrt LADES' COMBINA-rlON-Rtgular 50c. The; Thrifty Housewife Should' find this Hudsoas' Bay list oi Grocery Specials of unusual lotereF-t, for It tells of savings worth while. CLOVER LEAF and HORSE SHOE SALMON, per tin 20 Ib.'SACK of B. C. SUGAR. Per'sack................. GOOD SOUND POTATOES, 100 Ibt pen tick........ ONTARIO CHEESE Per'pound................ GOVERNMENT CREAMERY BUT- TER, 2 Ibs for................ Sugared, per'box'of 25 ]bi. 4 I. IU CCfi D3U 1 fln LADIES' HOUSE DRES8E8 For.............................. BRUSSELS STAIR Quality for ANCORA PLUSH 18 X 3tV Hon. Frank Oliver liiver carl from Winnipeg in 1S80. TJ.e tea and reception ivas a nappy way jof allowing t' r.ie hundred nnd eight rarae from, all parts o[ Canada, from Halifax ort the cast to Vancouver on tbe west, to hold enjoyable intercourse and be- come acquainted with "h other. Monday, night the J. Edmonton entertained at. a reccp, ,n and sup- per in Empire hall. The'hall was a dream of lovclines Milli garlands point in the Canadian 'its summit veiled In clquj, yhlch gradu- ally cleared as we watch'ed. Natural- ly on any and every possible occasion the camera fiends were busy nnd many were the, beautiful views tbat were snapped. Let me mention., here ths great pleasure every member of the C. W. P. U. felt in having Miss Agnes Maude Maehar, a writer irom Kings-' ton, present 00 the- trip. Miss Jia- cbar is over scvcnlj years o! and is exceptionally bright. She en- jojert tlie outing as much as any was undoubtedly beloved by all before the trip was over. Fo-Jt years ago she was made an honorary mem- ber of Ihc National Council ol; Wo- men. The dining car service of tie G.T. P..is.untictlicd and special souvenir menus were- printed in honor" ol the C. W. P- C. convention. In 'fact nothing WSG leit undone that co'Jld in any way increase the pleasure of tins event. Tho only rneu in the party ol hundred nnd eight were- Cy and illey bt the'O.T.P., George Ham, of tbc C.P.R., and Mr. Soitder of the Toronto Telegram, but al- though so vastly' in the''minority they appeared to tnjoy themselves none tit less on that account. Retmn'to Edmonton We- got hack into Edmonton nine o'clock Thursday morning, anf which being thl< Soap is made so well and so pure that no other soap can equal it for: washing of clothes, the saving of time, the lightening of labour-Sunlight pays for itself in the life of. the clothes as it does not wear or injure them like common soaps do.'j: MOM Gmmrtee LEVER on oi ud Sotp it a Eicellcnce. ;