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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, March 8,1913 THE LETHRBTDGE DAILY HERALD OOR'BRIGHiPAlEfiS PUPILS EiEO Honor Roll for Westminster School in the Order of Standing AXES H 0 Pincher Creek District Men Meet Today-LO.O.F. At Home-Politics Quiet The honor roll of WostmuiiJtot school "for February was as foUows : Iteciuiremeiits : 40 per cent, dt mark 4on each subject, GO per cent, o' total, exCopt Grade VIII, which are respectively 3iJ  per cent, smil 30' per j cent; Names m order of merit. O-HADE VIlI. - J. Shand, N. Squires, M. Ballantyne, M. Hyssop. P. C. Jennings, principal. GRADE v.-Oscar Seablom, gie Plina, Zera Logan ^11 the real Goodness of Canada's finest wheat is contained in HouseMi} ThemileofsafiS" . faction goes with every snow white sack !oldl by Grocers Everywhej*c Piiichei; Creek, March T.^The tegular nionthJy meeting of the Pincher Creek  Ladies' Hospital Auxiliary was held in the council chamber last evening and was -well attended. The aiTairS of thife organization are In pretty good shape and the ladies have , Mag-' considei?able tUnds on hand, aUcr hav-, ^ Dunsworth, Marioft: ing spent quite a sum on hospital sup-Rolfcrt Hume, Arthur-Macll-j plies during the past year, vena;. Fred Ingram, Jas. Wilson, An-1 The last of the series oE university drdw Horn, Margaret Kirlc, Phyllis dxtension lectures, which have been Williams," Albert Paulson, Wado Rid-1 given at Pjncher Creak during the path. ,1 wintoi; monthsj was given in the op- i'GrRADE IV.-Frank Staines, Myrtle etst hoUse last eyeninc;. About a ttiUis, Jessie Necdhatn, Miss Hal* hundred were present, all of whom penny.  thoroughly enjoyert Dr. Allen's talk GRADE III.-Harry Mill, Rosie on "Present day. views on the*origi*i Kuowlden, Gertrude i)oe, GtettaWil- of the earth." son, Bella McNabb, Gordon Grist,! The annual "at home" of the Pinch-David Kerr, Millie Grist, Erika 01- or Creek Lodge No. 5, I.O.O.F., will ander, Bertie Mclndoe, May Horn, be held in "the opera house here on Miss Trenho}me. (the evening of. March 14tb. Cards GRADE II. Sit. - James MflLeod, and dntiding will be the features of Sydney Shaw, Verna Gray, Dons the cveuingj and-a lars^o attendance Sherman, Thomas Allan, Shejrmaa is lodked for. The at home given by Turcotte,-'Eleanor McDonald, Reggie the Oddfello-ws last year drew the Grist, Phillis Whitton, Dorothy Doo, biggest crowd which attended any Milton Olscn, John Barklsy, Mariiar-j event of that kind last season, et Chflplow, Annie Goldie, Jesse Wat-1 The weather continues to be ideal son, Agnes Jame, WilbUr PcarrfOrt, niance Olilnder, Thomas Martin, Tom Arnold, Myrtle Wardraan, Bella what has drifted into the raviues, Smeed, Constance'TvrrclL | etc. There has been more snow during GIIaDE II. .IR.-^Mabei Hill, Har- the past winter than wo usually hav? ry .Chapman., Janet Twaddle, 'Rao hero in the foothills, but it means ' hero and the snow has practically all disjippeared. None remains except Pirie, Adelbett Butts, Edwin Skinner, Ernest Mercer. Miss W. A. B^lelit. IS mn PARIS � SKIRTS M TIGHe HOBBLED* AND THEN .SOME, ' ,ACCORblNG TO FASHION ,EXPERTS. Who HAVE SEEN THEM Sale by GEO. KERR & CO. - Lethbndge. KNOLLnREIIHN IS ,;!:,..liondon, March 7.-The TCsifcnatlin of Lord Knollys. private secretary to ;the'Klng, l8 .boijig much discussed./" Lord KiiollyB, tbe. confidant, of. three i.Bovereigna, and the "most tactful man ' In Europe,", now in his 76th year. .Many tjpJbutas are- paid to his long service In the Royal housenold. "No inan.'.'r saya the Archbishop of Canterbury,, "ever Knew so much, and said 90 little." I^fti KnoUya' position has probably ^een more confidential than any- oth- er i^ court circWsF -�'As.privabe.iseorfi-tary he say all t-he-Klug's-ooriieipoud-ence, attended thrall: hts � dtispatches, organized the hoursC'dfethe monarch's audiences, and, it'ISDsald^i opened on an average oflivfrbu^SEgctJgfter^ per day. , King Edward�trusted vI^ordKnollyiS implicitly, and-'had''ifd'-SeiBi'eta' ttota him, and King (J^oi'ge->aB 'found' him a wise and valuabl^ ddVlaSr.", In fact, he woulii'-hifee"'retired a year ago, had notithe.Jjlngf wque.sted him to defer such j .Dufferin county 'h^^, again refused to build 4 ,Kj^^^/?(i:!r>fugfl. It would pi'efer an; , aTTfthgetiie/i^^' with Peei and' 'HaJton/ ^Dutterliiv'ttiUBt remove all indigents from (the'jiils hy April L � ; "London, March 7.-According to a London fashion expert, who has just returned from Pearls, the, dveasmak-ers OS, that city are proposing not' TOei'ely to revive the bobbltS'feklrt, but to niaUe It tighter than ever, so that women will be almos.t unable to wait in it. This London expert says: "The Skirts'I saw in Paris were, so tight around the legs that thc wearers could "scBrbeiy walki The dresses are frightfully ugly. In some cases they are draiffed by some inches in front or ori the side, to allow the feet some little movement, and are arranged' with folds of the material in drapings |aTound the thigl^ and tapering, to the. 'ankfoB. ' , , 'VThe draped hobble Is more insid-, uoug than the plain hobble skirt. , If has deoelved everybody, because the' fashioh'prophesies led women to be-^ ilev6 that the hobble, skirt wag dead; that folds and drapery 'were coming in, and, therefore, that the skirts were bound to'be fuliei", and that more material would'be used. The extra ma-, terial, however, is used in' draping i.the bodies and around the hips,,but leaves a wlspln^ss of-skirt around the ankleB. '  v plenty of moisture for the fall wheat crop. The farlnexs at the district whose 'lands are included in ^ the Pincher Creek school district are having a meeting in the council chamber to-fnorron- (Satnrfiaj'J afliernoon to consider the mattec of taxation and assessment. These farmers claim they were assessed and taxed too high last year, and the purpose of ; the nse&tin^ toiriorrow is to devise ways and,, means of securing redress from thfeir alleged wrongs in. that re&pect. The talk of secession firom the Pincher Crbelt school .district, which was so freely indulged in a EeW waeks ago, seems, to have stthsided entirely. As, one '6f the dissatisfied taxpayers stated to your correspondent today, getting their lands removed from the Pincher Creek school district would practically be jumpinc out of the fry ingpah into the fire, for while the tarmeirs. might possibly get the benefit of a tax rate a trifle lower, they .wo'uld at the same time be. surrendering all the advantages and privileges of-a graded public and high school of more thail ordinary oHlcj-erioy. For many years the Pincher Creek school has maintained a high position relatively among .the schools of the province, and-the more serious minded ot the rural ratepayers very naturally hesitate before depriving their children of its advantages. D. J. McLaughlin, wha has the contract for the now town,hall now in course of erection, has been in town .for several davs. It is not likely, �however, that work on this building .will bo resumed for two or three weeks yet. �St. Michael's (Roman' Catholic), church is making elaborate preparations for a dinner and* conWrt in the opera hoUse on the evening of St. Patrick^s Day. This is an annual event with the miembers of St. Ml- "In very many cases, skirts are,so, 1 , , , ,......,,. narrow, >eveil in tailormado costumes ' "^''^el s and the dinner this vear will that they, must split in dlwotolre 'J"^ attended as it � ^ ..... has been on former occaslions. fashion up to the knee or even-.above, either at the didc'0r,in froiit. Immany' oases buttons and buttonholes ^How; the wearer to deteritiiae how long* the. Blit shall be." Almost all.the 'ntiw Parisian skirts! are.slit-"they must be," said another' Londoner 'hack from the French capital. . � Camuel TangUay: of, North Bay was' killed .by u train. Nifr*DWU-�30. iNH o V Prepare Yoursdf For VV'kter's Worst Don't wait till you have'oaught'ono,Ie taste. halso contains Extract of Malt, Extract of Wild Chwrx^an^ Hypophosphftes, which tone up the whole sifstbm rantf^particularly ;/sfrengthen the Lungst Throat and Bronchial.Tyhes, ---'f' r \; \ Nji-Dru-Co Tasteless Preparation of Cod Wypi-'QJjt^stei'eS health and strength to those who ate run" down o^'''(5Uffer!n^'J[fom'chronic coldi-but the wisest plan Is to take it a8;^f|,^pi|^i^^jire, before .it is needed as a cure. ' L/'.'T/I''''? in 50c. and $ 1.00 bottles, at you�"4rii^g{bt!s: ]X ' , 301 NAtlONAL DRUG AflD|i|EWlje&ii^^^ CANADA. , ^#?|#r .The Women's Institute, � whicli has undertaken the somewhat stupendous task of organising a-band in. Pincher .CroBk, is planning to give  a concert in the opera house about the; middle of April. ' The usual Easter dance, in comieo-tion, with the Ladies' Hospital Aux-�jliary will be held, your correspondent understands, in the opera house on the evening of Easter' Monday, �March 24th. . . , � � Cfv^r the sijruature of, '!A Reader"^' 'a WUiter to tlm LetUhridgo l-Ierald �the other day from Lundbreck, a busy little village about twelve miles west 'of here, declared that "some time ago *tho member for Pincher, John Keni--mis,  was in Cowley^, and gave � lengthy explanation of ."the Groat Wa--torways question. He stated that not only had A- L. Sifton lost the case in England, but that every court In ..GanVda had decided ahainst the pro-VlnCBj and that Sifton had to appeal from, court to court, and npt the ))ank>'! Your corrflspondettt'haB ' no .�int?ndion of intruding upon your coiUfnns to carry on a political con-.trqversy, but it seems: pretty hard to l;; from remarking that li the "j^rritor from Lundbreck had sinned his name he would have been .acting in a; ,njuc|i fairer manner; As the matter BpiVrStand, .he has putewords.into.the ;)ri!pnth of- Mr. Kemmis which- f.Uat jgetltleman may or raaj^, not iihave uttered, and safely conoe^is.hiriisell be-'Jiln'd' a .nom-;de-plume. Ot.'cQVirse, Mr, ,iRer(iimiS; can and ;.no .doubt �.yriU pirdMptly clear the niatter lip through the hieaiuta of the press, and tt ii clett4y-;,vci?y jriuoh>^p J VWJ^'lo. rUmoirs and  reports' hi poli- -.AM DON'T For ^ theWigteDuds.Grandpa! Shopping 18 only half done if you forget the Maple Buds. Children must hmn swedfB. Theif little iiatut^s crave for dainty Weet things. Bad for them? Not Co'wan's Maple Buds. Pure milk, pure sujuir, . pure chooolate. "What could be more noUrishiitg afld -Vvholesome ?' What elSe could made them suoh favorites With intelligent mothers ? Make the Children happy. Give them sweets you khdW afe good. Put Miif!>le Buds on your shopping .list THEY'RE NOT MAPLE BUDS UNl-ESS THEY'RE The COWAN COw, Limited TORONTO, Ontario BUDS Pura MitU ChMohl� Name �tid dsslsn rsCUtered 202 Leak for die Nme, most every corner ov' the province, there has not appeared So much as a tiny ripple on the surfaceof the-po-litical Avaters in Pincher Creele. Both, parties have held their annual meetings and elleoted reonianization, but all activity seen\s to have ended th'ore; � � � - � LEOO LIBERALS WELL ORGANIZEO READY FOR THE- BATTLE-LARGE .NUMBER'OF STRANGERS ' y - POURING IN Macleod,'March. Ti-^tmplement men are: not sd busy as id previous years, asi the tillers'of the. soil are now making tBe'"told- taachlne do another year, Thla .will. Bare them a pay- ment in the future and no,bl& interest accounts. G. Spencer, living six miles southeast of town, having; leased his f>.rm, sold by auction all hlg stock and implements. He is very woU satisfied with the prices obtained, and �aspec-ially the amount of cash paid'for the goods sold. This Is another^proof of the saying that there is monty In the country, and the farmers ha've It. E>. H. Maunsell, the cattle mah, is seriously thinking of giving up riding a ho.rse, and running, an auto, but he wants an Irish one; built in Limerick, and a dear little sliamrqok on it, guar-anteed not to buck; pne.that jvUi travel across the pralrlernot afraid-of any kind of stock> and one make a strong combination f and .everything pointed! to a aOftv^ tlon on Saturday that'will rneaWj^Cf eess to the Mflcleod. RAINEY WAS HONOBEp London, .Jtaroh. 7i-^Paul, hiosoope piqturas; of tbie> bunttttiit animals in the A^rloaBi >]uttg)e%> shown, at the- I^g'a rei^uegtr night to a painty u� gueftt^'at Btt|l inghaini 'Fal�b�. MARCH Some Splendid Selections Front The New List 10-INCH DOUBLE-SllDlfe .l^c4'!^lii|lfeGORDS " 90c FOR Tffi T# s|t||jTION& ,7,,� My Little Persian Ito*fe � .-''�*., '�'' Thai GitI QuaitH ^'^^^ Sympathy iDueiWtheirir0�3i|'>Heleq'Cliirte.WaltctV�n%ant nO!?! E'^^'yMy Two-Step (for . j'Vktoi Military Band|' ^'-V Robert E, Lee Medley , - .i^^^^ A 12 IKCH "GElVjP'i Pfli^]^"�HjJ�. 31878 Oems from I'Oh, Oh, RelphipeV ; Victor Light 6��raf,Q., an excellent McCo^MiigK^ Record 64311 .Where the River Shai|ndidl Recorcjj to-ijay. Atk kit A copy otpUt ^JQQ'lsage Musibld Encyclopedia, liiting pvc? 5>0QP;'jE^ecotds. Befliiier Gram-a-pliibiife Company^ Moilti'e^l. . . ( ' Limited/ Visit our Victor #ad|�^^ - . Mm/. 55 ;