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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, S. 1913 THE LETlTBIillMiK DATLY HE HALT) 9 HOUSEWIVES rejoicing lo find a Hut- U-r tbe-y can depcuii ui'Oii C-M.O day the yeur. Tlut'.s mrmy cf are using Lethbridge Creamery BUTTER PASTEURIZED Churned Daily from Part Pas- teurized Cream If car.ot U from your grocer. Phone 584 EDITED BY "INO" Office 1224 PRINCESS AUGUSTINE VICTORIA Of Hohenzollern, aged 29, who Is reported to be engaged to Manuel. A YEAR IN OUR MIDST Cfaieaiv. May William H. ShouIdlCD was watsiicej by iTagifi- tTale Sandtrs tcday to two terms of ear's Imprlsonraeat in Leth- jail, for the theft of clothing from Ibo Garden Clothing Companj. The terms are to run. coacurrtutlr. 1'iaj- tliou tor me. The ccmrauo, air Hill stronger, purer sffiu to U. And all the will grow inori-J 1'ray O.Q'J me. C'lemmci. 0 Mary soul By trouble long distressed, Thy.Father l.cars, thy civ He'll giv- the promised rest. bold on And kriuvi ubate'er bcllrte. Yoor atswer lloujih deUyrd Is denied. H 11. Washourur, D Not rrceiviof tomorrow Mrs. IV. 0. lies. .Mrs. .1. M. Aittto. .Mrs. J. McJ.KMl, nor agjia this season. Sirs. Hugh Buyd, nor again ihii season. Mr. I.. K Bonr.ell is sending tlip week-end in Cardston Miss Lilian Haer is at Diamond City hospital, uhcrc she is following tin pioiessioii as nurse. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Smith, of War- ner, who were guests M'ith Mr. and Mis. C. P. Smith, have returned liome. Mrs. McCorue, who was ill at the jaK hospital, is now with sis- ter, Mrs. W. A. Ulervncr-HasseU, ar.4 though still conlii.ed to bcii, it im- proving nicely. Mibs Hyssop has gone to Edmon- ton to attend convocation and a class re-union of last year's gcailu- atts ot Alberla Univeriitf. She will remain way a month visiting friends. Mrs. M. Griffin, of Toronto, IB vis- of No. 1 fre depart- vufks' holiday Mr. 11. S rueut. >i fnioj LUI; and iner.ris at the >iue ui Mtk C. 1'jtiklium, Thir eulli St S. uas the Ancient of iLe l3ii Ui.gJoui. He at Satastoi'ol .md Uck lu to i-tuil; for the rrltb'.Uv 1 of the odox Greek church. He tccjiuie a. i'ro- testaut'aud was lauhh-..} from Russia, alter which te atei.ikd inutTsity Iii France for two >earb. can.e to tho Unite'! Slatvb .iiiuidvd 11-u- for two are U) should kmns ihe lortisr.c-rfi oT our own country. (2) should race b> give an address. Hoys are Alt (3J ,We should flr.d foreign population Hie how Mrs. Kent uas appointed as dist- rict delegate nud Mrs. C. Lean to re- present the C. T. union at the con- and. "whnl their are The Y.M.C.A. extension in Kd nionton reaches 3aO tneu out o[ foreigners and the children are Utlpcd JQ the sehonle, lul wl.it is Jit-mg done for the Dr. Ferguson' gruttliiKS from the Synod to the leal. Tuesday, at the close ot (he ECE- sloa auios vis-.tora around tho city, and they' wt-re taken on nn Inspetlloa trip through UobtUson CoHege and thfcn to Knok churib Strathcona, where the laditi liad pre- pared a ilalnty supper. Much dlECUESlott took the funds having "to be soul to the Cen Iral Board in Toronto and back distribution. H was decided, liow ihat In view of ihe fact iting (or a couple ot weeVs with bet rention in Lethbriilgo. It was decided daughter, Mrs A- R. FairficW, eHtli St., C., NT. the M. H. S. and to obtain a. a rcoui nearer the sta- tion for the UFO of ihe Travellers' Aid and. Mrs. George Kennedy ap- A communication received by uoint to work' in conjunction with the friends from Mr. Rhjnd Jainiesou committee lu this resuect are HUely to be joir.e.1 at rhe bly in Toronto in June, tliR funds hi continued to be sent as usual for ihi present. this week stated lliat he was snort- ly to undergo an operation lot auptn- dicitiE- Mrs. Caltlwell, who has been the gunst of her mother, Mrs. E. G. Cooper, has joined Dr. Caldvcll at Coutts, uhcre they aie now seUle.il Hat News, in tteir home. 31 fa nl lij III Mu l.rj FURNITURE CARPETS Otgndari! Furniture Co. Home of Quality SATURDAY BARGAINS DRESSERS-ROYAL OAK Two x 42, 4 drawers, mirror, 22 x 30, bevel plale. Regular S30.00. Saturday only PARLOR TABLES Oak or Mahogany, Top 24 x ?1.50 Saturday only 1 SIDEBOARD ONLY Size 20 x 46; Mirror 16 x 28; Large Cupboard Space. Three Large Drawers; Regular Special AXMINSTER RUG Size 9x9; Seamless, Best Quality; Regular Special CHINESE MATTING RUGS For Bedrooms or Verandahs, Size 3x6; Regular For 80c SCRIMS A Number of Shorf Ends; Regular 50c. per Yard. Special 20c JUST ARRIVED New Curtain Gordi, Luce, Bungalow NeU, Madras, Scrims, also English Poplins EXTRA VALUES CURTAINS LINOLEUMS H. OF INTEREST TO WOMEN The uieeling of the W. H. M, S, of Knox church, which was beld'yeater- afieruooii, especially-interest- ing, to the and clever report, of the Synodfcal conference rc- enlly held In Edmonton, at which Mrs. A, J. Irving was a delegate frnc; the U. M. S. W. P. M. S. of Knox church. A brief sjnopsis of Mrs. Trrlng's re- poits follow s: TLe matter o: auxiliaries and presbjterials throughout Alberta was ,aken up and also the new hospitals being built by the W.H.M.S. At Can- ora, a hospital of 5T beds will be fin- ished in August, and one at Graade Prairie, of 21 beds will he completed1 Ibis summer. In, connectJon this workj the work amoag Ilufhenian is advance, Musical RuthenJanF Four Ruthenbn were present at the Synodlcal conference and pang moat beautifnUj. Thu Ruthenian are a musical anil these girts, aged from nine to twelve evi- dence of careful training. One Hutli- enian girl, from the school In E'Jniou- ton sane anil recited, n connection with the educational work, new bouses, tho size of the present dormolary and class-room in connection with Hoherison college, will have to be b-jllt this year Last year there wore 10 students, last session 2S, including tw0 Ruthcnlans and this fall -10 students are expected. lu this connection a recommend all on paseed tbat all Presbyterlals form HoberUOii College Women Guilds EOOU 83 pOSlibiQ. Mi33 Bell, of Tenlon, -Maniloba, hoa- Pltal, gave an interesting and pleasing a lid re She v.111 bo In Lellibrldge on WHAT IS A MAN? It IB not necessary to six fee tall bread shoulderoci, browed, Apollo-fchaped and bindsoine as to be a man. For some'oE the most real'nieQ been undersized Ill-featured or deformed, r Alexander the. Great isag n small man frora _aH accounts. So Na- poleon, Alexander Pope, t more tban any other man save Shakespeare has given English thoughts ruta to run in was so rnlraliapea -Ubal Dean Swift when he fell out with him, compared him to an interrogation point, allud ing to htg and bis shape at onco, and called him "a lit tic crooked thins tliat que: tior.a." Alexander Stcsens, of the ConTetlcracy, anil one of tb greatest minds America over ptoJuc ei ufts so aftlSciert that they called bim "an nniniaicd as the brnii tn him about all that lef that was not Impotent. Robert Ixiuts Stovenson and Klcli ard Jeffries, two the mOBt masters of the English literature were both Frank Cran Jn Woman's Hay 21st and an Invitation v.il Eent to all church and hospital soc- ieties lo hear her address In Knox church on the evening of May Mrs. Anna Ross, of the Y.M.C.A, in Edmonton, gave a splendid Bible read- Ing of Jacoli's prayer. Hospitals Needed Miss Warden, nho for three years lias toer-n working in connection wllli the Kdrnonton Mission, 40 mllea north cast of K-linonton, and nine miles from Ihe Anglican mission at Lac Sle. Anne, an intensely practical She on the neoj of hospitals for hoinesleaders in tbat wooded country, where Ihe number of gun shot wounds to be dressed aro almost inconceivable. She cited a case, a nurro sent to nurse a young homesteader of 1C or 17, who nas suffering from a gun wound. Sho stayed with the Hudson's Hay factor, and walked a mile cac! day to attend the patient. The' wo men of the country heard ol her and camo and waylaid her .it the cross roads to adUce abo-Jt theEr, battles. cannot be separated from york. A glimpse of higher things if. given In un' selfish work of love, RuthenUn Theologian A clever address waa given-by a young Ruthenian preacher, Uov. Xtills- nlak, who ifi blatloncd at Vegr-eville, He was uorn in Khiva, Kubala, wh'c THOUGHTS OF MASTER MINDS God wishes to teach us that th good have something to hope foi and the bad FOT.cthlng else to fea; than the Eood or bad fortune ot thl Life is in itself neither good it i3 tLe theatre of good an evil as you mnfce How ior thing there is a Urn and a scaron, and then how does tb of a thing pass from It, like the (lower of ihe TMs a tFuteni, b.tt it IE one ot those vrbic are conlln-ully forcing themEflvc upon the tot row. No mnn can he bravo who conslile pain to be greatest evil of nor temperate, wlio conaidcro plea ure to be the highest good. Tho want of is easily repa eil; but the poverty of the soul ir reparable. "If there be any Urlue, It tbero any praisp, think on these things." TO admire wbal Is admirable, to adore what is adorable, to follow what I? noble, to remember any such examples Ibat bava crossed1 our earthly pilgrimage, that bright- ened Its darkness and cheered its dullness, this keeps alivo before us Ihe Ideal cf buman nalure'and tbe es- sence of tbe dtvlno nature. Tbe good thoughts, the gcod dceda, tbe pood memories, cf those who have been the salt and the llgbl of the earth, ou are, on Frlda} and SaturJav, able to purchase a P.-lnceas slip, made from Hue English Cambrics and trimmed durjblo and daluly Torcbon l.ace or Swiss Embroidery for ages five to twelve years. at cart.............................. Child's Walking Coats from English Gnlateas in neat blue and while siripes or plftin Uncn sucie gar- ments in correct styles for little ones ffi of from 2'to 5 years o! age; eaeh 4> I Children's Straw Hats Eimlisli Straws In the wide brimmed Onlnteas or Sailor Shapes, Kill ribbon bands and streamers; 50c values for, each Children's Parasols in plain cardinal, sky or with crook or Bo-Peep handles; plain ajid frilleu, at each better lines in Dresden Centres irith Frills, also plain colored pure silk COY- C