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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tu^jsday. March 18, 1913 THE tl/yHBHIDG%PAILY HER ALT) Alberta Ladies^' College An Ideal ' School for Girl* and Young Women frED DEER , i PRESIDENT: Rev. N-.D. Keith, B,A., M.A. LADY PRINCIPAL: Mrs. 3. iVluldrmv Spring t?riVi Commences Tues-fi.sO'-; April,!'.. 1913 � . .HgfllSTER NOW Staff la^;g0 8uftd efflcient, Full pr6t)ara^r.y, tatl �.Academic coursBB given, Including i?ubUo and High School Work, Music, Household fiolenee and Commercial Subjects. Special attention given to Music HouBBhold Science, Stenography and Typewriting. An Id^ttl lectttlon. Gr'ounds cora-prfse thirty acres. Magnifloent.New Building, equipment cotrifilete-electiric Hehts, steam he&tlng, 'maple floored, Boyle aystipm ventilation. Accofnmodatlon i for 80 students In residence; also day s.tudents. Mark Y. Grox- ] .; waU Wiir^^^^ i Continued Irom front page). �ian in: tliiis locality, ^but tliat he lioped good foftiinri would smile upon tlie doctor � wherever he might go. The meeting joiued in with Mr. 0'- ]$rien in wishing Dr. KciUot'al! Wn"** 6f good things in his new.homt.:; " Dr. Keillor replied in touching terms and told why he was impressed with'the'Liberal party. Libwal-Sfem appeals tb me because it sfands ^mr that which holds our lifcerty, hap-Ijiness, podcei -ahd goodvifiU to all �ft-ho live within its reach. .. il strongly; endorse the �policies'V oti Sir Wlltrld land bt W. A. iBuchanah, jnd bejievo'that they are interestfed MB the'heeds.ot tlie people.''� si endorse the'Liberal party in Al-�gcVta and. hope to have; the privilege" of- working in Its-interests in the lu-ture,. as, I. have, in-the past.'.'.., Comes Natural Charles McCarty'�'Said'^h&had always taken'to, thfe principals of I-ilJ-eralism like a duck,to water. � Always found more satistaction iti the Liher^I administratJon of th? affairs of the country than in that of the Conservatives. * If the party in power appeal to the country on the nav--al question, Sir 4Vllfrid will go back with a hooiii. Liberalism stands > for progresslveness, purs aud 'ssiaplfc,' ahtT the people know it and will stQhdhy' the party that stands::by them;'- ." Good Knough for/Him � lohnF; Anderson said he had been a Liberal for years and could see no reason-, why .he- Shduld not ..staud. for the party of the people, especially aS it had taken the. load in^.progressive principals which tend to cen>snt the people togpther and make , Eor pror gress. Liberalism is good enough for me and I believe it will succeed, -Kj>"ln Right O. H. Snow said he expected to Rustam the Liberal party i because, their polltJcies seem to suit the situation better than-any other and stood for equal: rights to all...Every good citizen-.shoulil. be deeply interested in the political, affairs of his country and stand for those things that are a benefit to raaii'iind: Kebulo'n Ni Skouso-n said 1 ''I expect to support the Liberal party because itSMms to me that this party stands- out;. preeminently for that which .beaeflts. the people at' large. 'I flrmly .believe they can do; for the j people ot'Ganada-what no other party will do;" Went Down'l Honorably ' Gedrgev;H; B^^^^ he believed the^pirtyfwent/d6.Wii,'the last deo-tioii';l^iri'njr;a^b^'pne!if.'that would yet one day/flhd a'pl'ace in the halls of COUGHS CiCOLDS parliarment and ,do ,much for tlie development of the western country. On the naval question he endorsed the attitude of the Liberal party at Ottawa and believedv it' ^^as seriou.s enough to give, the people a chance to say whether or. not they were prcr paired or willing to inakc'*'p;ift' erf' such a large sura of money to the Imperial government when they had ho means ot self-abtenCc-and especially when it would be more than likely that in case of trouble between Great Britain and some other great power that all the power Britain had would he required to defend the mother country. l-fe believed we should own our own fleet, man ' it; and defend ourselves in time of need..- He believed that Canada should have .representation in the Imperial Parliament, as Canadian better understopd'the needs, of Canada and could:do much to as-^ sist in the formation of laws and regulation of affairs effecting Canada, had they a voice in the Imperial gov-ernijient. He believed the day would come when Canada' would be heard from the halls of parliament- and her interests safeguarded by men who understood her nefeds. He hoped to have thtf privilege, bf raising his voice in defence of the man who had. represented this constituency in the Provincial government and cotild endorse what had been said , concerning the Hon. A. J. McLean, fot he was 4 man of unflinching honesty in matters entrusted to his care. He had admired the 'attitude of'Mr. McLean' in the affairs of the. province and had always found him to be anxious to ser^^e the people-whose interest lie-' represents. " . .When the cl\ai,ritian called for the Voice,of the people, on the qiiestions before tbe meeting'every, man shouted his approval of the, resolutions. ''The Hon. .*Jir Wilfrid .Laurier was chosen honorary, piesident' amid much enthusiasm. _ . , Mr. W.. 'A. Buchanan, 'and Premier 'A. L. Sitton werd choseii honorary vice-presidents, , Th^re was a. good-sized , crowd in attendance and every, person, present seemed to partake of the spirit of the occasion, and approved of the policies of the party. � 4 � {The executive will meet and arrange the �rfairs ot the association and for some; public meetings in the near, futurci when:iihe quest;ons before the country ,will be discussed. . Every, satishe^- -'Liberal means mote Liberals, and li the buiich that gathered tonigh)i,,are any sample of ,the party follpwers as a whole it igocs without saying that a good Liberal vote will be' rolled up. at the next election. , The removal of the post oflice bv the parts': in power, to the extreme south end of town, still annoys the general pviblic; and has done much to excite the feelingsof some who did not know just where they'stpod; but such unreasonableiiss^ does not~aPPeal to the average mind. There are oth-^ er matters which "have not appealed any more readily: then this, post of^ flee altftir. -,� tvif _ ' ./-.i Any party that^so fat forgets itself as. to .put the, general public to all the,: inconve'niejnce,',' they possibly can-,, -in'.'stich mutters  as'' post olTices, etc.', will find that the people generally will conclude that that party does l^ot.stMay. the. interests of...the people but the .oonvenleuce of the favored few. ' .... . Give us Liberalism with its broad and' wholesom* policies. MILADI PHONES Office 1224 Res. 1115 An English Chemist Has Discovered How to Grow Haiiv Ia:England.tbe4acties have entirely abandoned wearing rats, which is due entirely to thia new .discovery. It haa been proven. , that ' Henna leiv'efi:.c'ontaln.' the ingredients that will positively- grow hair.' That they oontnln this long iobKodTori'article is proven every day; - ; � . The 4.merloanB:-are no^w placing on the market, a preparation: containing the extract of Henna leaves, whlcih Is hdvibg a phenotidenal dale.; This preparation Is called' SALVIA, and ia being sold with a guarantee to cure dandrult and: to grow hair in abundance. Being daintily perfumed SALVIA makds a moiit pleaaant hair drefising. The Prank Hedley Drug Co. your druggist. Is .the first, to Import thle preparation^ Jnta L'ethbrldge and a large ganerouB bottle can be pur-chaaed tor 60 cents. ' , MY .CREED The best 1 c?". for God and man; To swim, tho' e'er abreast the tide; Work with my might for what is right Nor grieve for what I am denied! . -George W. D'vys. ��*,* For others': salse to make, life sweet, Thoufe.h ::'thQrns� may � ;piei-ce your ^ j'' wea'ry ireet; , ; ' Eor others' sake to waiu'each day As if Joy helped yoii ail' the' way- >'hile in the heart may be a grave "that makes it !iaid to-be go-brave,, Hprein. I think, is love,' -Anon. *  * The baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles McCIenagban, who baa.been, very ill, is much better again. ft -IT �  � Mrs. T. .T. Simons has returned home from the' hospital after a slight operation, and is doing splendidly. Mr. and Mis. J. Gi Robertson are entertaining ihe, choir and ushers of Knox Church at their home this evening. . ' Mrs. W. S: Ball.: and daughfers; ,Edlth and Kathleen, have returned from visiting with'Mrs. O- D.. Austin, Medicine Hat. , '.*�'* 'Mr: A. G. Ctimtning'and, Mr., W. R. :iyiih.or have gpne on a sliprt trip to Nelson and other points. ''. . ' ��' " �  � � ' Mr. Rowlejf, of Cl.a.rke & Co.'si store ha�. kindly pTpmisod to do, the decorating for the:ilospital Aid;ball, which lyillibe held;in the K. of E. hall oh March 28. ; ' . .:,,, ,' Mr.. and,:Mra. .J. Hufner, 3 Strath-cona Court, were pleasantly surprised by some fifteen, of. their friends last evening.', Games and music wiled away a happy hour.ra^id the serving of inviting viands concluded the affair. .- .. *'.*: The city teacliers, who have decided to afctrend the convention. in Edmonton during'Easter week, Include: Miss C. B. .Tackson, Miss Boles, Miss Allwood, Miss Dunue, Miss Hardy; Miss B. L. Nimmons, Miss McCrlm-mon. Miss : Goodr6an,A ' to. Stewart, Mr. Jennings, Mr. Hodgson, .M.r. Dob-son, Mr. Frame, Superintendent Hamilton, and Inspector-and Mrs. Morgan. It is quite posslblfe- that this number will be increaBM,;'when others, who are s.Mll uncertain, make up their minds. ..... *. *  ; The dinner given last evening by Mr. and Mrs., George Stacey to the, members of the firm's office staff was an altogether delightful affair. Appropriate to St. Patrick's Day the color scheme was: green and white, those colors being expressed in decor-aWon and menu. carried out the white and green idea, 'the shamrock forming a pretty favor conceit. '� Irish, stories, well told and pointed,, furnished amusement, while Irish airs, played by Mrs. W. J. Nelson, \^re fully appreciated. Divided into couples, the guests spent a pleasant time composing limericks, after which' chorus singing was. in favor. Altogether the affair was a bright and fitting celebration of St. Patrick's Day. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Those interested are reminded oi the Important special meeting ot the Relief Society, which will be held at the Nursing Mission tomorrow after-rttfbn. �   '  The K- I. X.-club met with .Mrs. E. G. Cooper this afternoon, when a pleasant time was spent with thimbles and Social intercourse enjoyed over the teacups.  * * A children's, service will he held in St. Augustin's Church fit four-twenty tomorrow afternoon, and evensong at eiglit o'clock. An early celebration of Holy Communion will be held at 8 a.m. ,, � * � The Guild has been promised three Easter lilies by friends for Saturday of this week. The members of ithe Guild tiiink that possibly some who have been raised from a bed of sickness, or tor some other reason, may wish to donate an Ka&ter lily on Saturday nfext as a thankofferlng, and at the same time assist the Guild in their efforts to brighten the wards and cheer . the palienis for Easter Day. In. order that the society may not have to buy more plants than are needed, the members will be grateful if those who"Intend to donate will kindly telephone Mrs; C. F. P. Cony-beare, at 1201. � ��* * ,'At a tneeting of the executive of the District Sunday School association, last night, the resignations of Mrs. Walter Jordan as superintendent ot the iOlemeKtary department, and of Mr. Jordan as secretary, were regretfully received. .Both have worked zealously and well since the organization of the dlstribt, and Mi-. Jordan as secretary, has had no' superior in the Iii-ovince. He - also founded and suc-c.home, of Mrs. I'ipigfcips,. 1B13 Fourth avenue North,,and.a" large at- -Ladies' Tea and Rest Room FORMALLY OPENED TO-DAY Tea and afternoon, Our idea in opening this liaiidsomel}' appointed Tlosl. Room, is so that ladies coinin.g- up town in the or for that matter, .at any time of the day will be ahle to dro[) in and take,a rest, and should they wish a cup of tea or any other light refreshnieiit it will he daintily served at a nominal charge. Comfortable chairs, a writing desk and writing materials arc at your disposal to use as yon wish without any oharge. We want the Ladies to take advantage of thisincreased store service, and to feel that they are welcome at all times to this store, and to realize that it is the aim of the management to ])rovide them Avith every modern convenience and comfort in ping. MAKE THI8 YOUR RENDEZVOUS The Hudson's Bay Stores tendance of is urged. friends of the church The teachers and officers oE Knox Sunday school- will meet on Wednesday evening. *.*,� The prayer meeting of St. Andrew's Church will be held as usual on Wednesday evening.. . * * * The> teachers of St. .Cyprian's Sunday school Will, meet in . the vestry tonight. . ' * � * The Herald Square entertainers will give a concert in,the S. O. E. hall on Friday evening, under the auspices of Knox Sunday school in aid of the piano fund, . - *., . , � The ladies of St. Andrew's church will hold a pantry and fancy and plain sewing sale at the corner of Thirteenth street' and Third avenue, on Thursday, March 20, from three to eight, and they hope for liberal patronage. � � , * *, * "The ladles of Wesley Aid Society are planning big things for their sale on Thursday, commencimg at three o'clock. Worlclng and fancy aprons of all descriptions and fancy articles. Including pin cushions,, bags and other-things will be on .sale. Home cooking and cancly win,,also he featured, while .the- .serving , of -afternoon tea will no d6ubt prove attractive. ' *  > -� On Easter Day the pulpit of Westminster Church win be occupied in the mdniingby' Mr.Slmm, and in the evening ijy'-'-Deaconess Udy. Special music will he,rendered iu the morning as follows: Duet, "Light of Easter Morning" and song, in ant'hem setting, "Palhi.-Branches." In the evening , there will be a male quartette, with obligato solo, "Gethsemane," anl anthem,- ''Lift Your Glad Voices." The' envelopes distributed on Sunday ;by>the, Wojhen's Missionary So-cietyv ^or ^^bhe ilaster thanksoffering. will ;be' gratefully' received If placed on-the Collection Jplate next Sunday. R(e3istribution' Bill is Ready (Continued from front; page) Carniangay will go north to the Indian reserve.-and '.west a township and east fbur: 'townships anti,south of Noble. Glenwood will go out ot Macleod into Cardston.i.and Monarch and the to'wnship north', at present in Clares-holm", may go into Macleod.' .*'. . ALBERT mS LBE FRED DOWNER TO >START WORK ON FINE NEW APARTMENT � HOUSE " " �Not only is ' tea grown at a higih elevation finer IJavored and more healthful than ordinary tea, but it Is muQ^' more.'economical. Thalt is why one pound of "Salada" will malfe more cups of tea than one and one quarter pounds of any other kind. Work will be commencedf in. a few 'days on the erection oE another modern apartment block in Lethbridge, and its location will' be .i'n the' rear ot the "Victoria Mansions", facing on Tenth street, and willVbe .bulU of brick 3i- stories l^igh' and �.will eon-taitt a series of small furnished, modern housekeeping flats. No -expense; will be spared to �make, the: "Albert Mansions" right: up to date, every detail having been closely studied from similar buildinss existing in eastern cities inthis and-bther couri-. tries to have '.the flats;'ideal':to ftjie housewife that. is' eliminatlng^^the work that is necessary in icoiidtioting, the ordinary house. It:,'will,':'be.oott- Iductfcd under the � able management ' of its owner, Mr. ti'redWi Downer;, and will- be run in connection; with' his system of "ready-made homes" :; composed of other high-class furnish-  ed houses and bungalows in the "city ; ot Lethbiidge, together with his prefe-^ . ent -popular apartment block, ths "Viototia-Mansions."  ' " Floor diagroms of the different flats'm will be ready n^xt week,, and. canisbeo seen in Mr.: Downer's oflice : in ' 'tlfe/ Victoria ^M^n'sions, and those desir^^i] ing to:reserYe space in the new builA^.; ing can do so, ' ' PECULIAR AND PERTINENT ', The,, value ot,:coit"ee: imported iuiorj the United States in 1912 'was i 000,000, against $58,000,000 in 1900. ','.| N6w York spends 2B per cent of its tax income'in paying interest on, iis::! debts, do d9es Boston. ' _j Baltimore's new regulations will,ej^)!'-elude 1500; newsboys now, under |hefV age limit., , . New Y,6rk's board of eduofttlpn m'ayii,,' soon bar fraterni'tles from the high � school^.' ii Dr. pt. P. Sammls of Brooklyn .hAs:,' discovered that ether may be suooijl^Bi,',!-? fuily.-'uaed hypodermioally. JP -'|.';,ir/-�!,"'1 ,1,;'' 'f i .1 , We invite you to visit our store and greenhouse^ to enjoy our beautiful display of Easter Plants and Cut Flowers. For those unable to come during the day vv-e have arranged to. keep the greenhouses open during the evenings of this week. Also all day Good Fridsiyi. You will find our following prices Very reasonable. � \ � ' ' ^ ' " Easter Lily Plants, eaoli........,... 7'5c, tO JtJS.OO .&keft^.<^ac-h.............$1.0p and $1.50   Primulas, each, ,........................50c. Easter Lilies, cut,...............;. per doz; $3.00 ..Oarnations, red or,pink '.''l,,____perdoz. $1.50 Pafilodils,............v., ......�. ^" $1,00' ' Azal^aisr eacli.......-.........,......... S2.00 Hyacinths in pots and pans, each-;... 50c to $1.50 Roses, out^.................... " "  '$3.00 Carnations, (white,) .......'........ .i " $2.00 , , T.ulips,! .,^  < , .,'�... . $^.007^ Hyacinths, (Dutch) -^V.S....... " ^SM'rV ILL Fi-ORAL: ?UMPANY Cor. li�B;S|andJ| ;