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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10, 1912 TTT1R DAILY HERALD 'EBITED BY "INO" PHONES: Offlet, 1224 Residence 1115 nviiiiuo west. Calgary Nows-IWc gram. Dr. Ken is well known In Ilils having ul one time been assorts! (1 0. I'onct'ce. Dr. ami Mrs. Ken velurncil to Calgary ndornoon. you' gu; 'ami let your sung lie [nil of hope and gladness Sing put i youiv npMi'Sl, IjvavcsL H' JVIUi ihpver'a hint o( sailnesB Sing- im andua and Kend'tho nofctj AcoiinU world Thcrc'i; liotlmig 'iiJaltcs the hearl so lidit JU giniiilly trjing Marina Capps Oliver. 1 hcj ait suth fond, frail lips Duke fulfilled his 'first ollidal engage-- nicnt, when ho was the guest or the Montreal horse show lit luncheon at the Mount Hoyal club. The members of the royal party Irive many en- gagements remaining ami their time will lie busily engaged, until they make their departure for Ottawa on Hondav next. Mr. ITngli 1'aton pre- sided'at the at the Mount Royal club this- afternoon. Mr. Edward J. Belli is still conlln Clubs and Societies 'i hat speak tuna l'ia> sltips ?d to the house wlih i senousU ul- diem of diSLiution man) tut ot Or if they-speak too slow, or quick, such crimes M o paVb In for n e may sue ]Javs not far on'when those small words may he J-Jeld not so slow, or quick, or out ol place, hut clear Because the lips are no more here. Mr. D. A. Simpson and Mr.' W. .Simpson.are both confined to house with a severe attack of grippe. terated throat Mrs. fi. Goode was u tea hour .Mrs. Annie Glen Broiler, of Cal- gan, ib winning much praise in Hit. Old Country tor the memorial poem, "The host which shu.wrolc to commemorate the brave death of the mounted police patrol on the Duwson trail in the north country about, two years ago. Thy poem first appeared iu The London Daily Mail. It has made a the j profound sensation, iiiid has been ex- tensively quoted and commented upon by English critics for its dramatic in- tensitj and )U foim Mrs. Droiler is one of the best hostess this afternoon complimentary to her sister, Miss McCausland. A iinmber of the younger set were bid- den. known musicians of Calgary, and is a frequent contributor of' musical criti- cisms and verse to various publica- tions. She was one of -the compara- tivclv small number of Canadians to receive a personal invitation to the coronation. Mr. and Mrs. John McC'aun an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Evadine Marie, to Mr. 'J hoims Koj t isiailui the The announcement is made that the to. take place'jit their 323! Duke of Sutherland is going to .Caa- Fourtne.'ith" sired south, on Thurs- day, May IGlh.-at seven .o'clock. Rev, 'J I Puiy wi'l lie the nuptial knot, Mra. Noil has oeen spending seural months her daughters, Miss iMcLachlan and Miss H'ulHVJUtiLacniaa. returned to her home la this jtsterlaj Miss Larsoii, of Lang, Sask., was the raisori d'etre: of a delightful mu- sical evening, which claimed Mrs. H. Williamson as hosted last even- ing The guests, who enjoyed the affair, Miss Lsrson, Mr. and Mrs. I j ml Mi and Mis I L Shcddcn Mr B li 'ones, Mr Nekton Mr V N Mtdhifcoir'.ami Mr. J. McL'linton (B T i numhurs were c cei tmmllv tine Mrs artdmejton jctmg aicmnninlst }lis J Hirtlett and two sons, Kric'and Pat, leave tonight on a four months' trip abroad. ada almost immediately. The Duch- ess'of Sutherland is leaving for the Continent uhtrp she undergo a cure, and Stafford house will, except for the annual sale of Scottish home- The single men ol Westminster church iuive challenged the unit if muii to a football match' next Tues- day night. The annual meeting of Westminster chiirili Sundij school is hild la.t evening, and a great deal of import- ant business was transacted. It was found necessary to leave the election of over until a week from night whin i n ceting w be called for that purpose. Full reports from all departments were read, and a note of progress and improvement was most marked all alony the line. The report showed that tin: total number of scholars enrolled during the year was 331, officers and teachers 17, making the-enrollment MS. In addition to-lhis tiiere is a Teach cr Training class of 15 members, most of whom have written on the examinations and expect to writ-2 on" lira final and receive their diplomas before the end of the month During the year just ended US sign- ed the pledge. The treasurer's report was most gratifying, showing that llle school contributed an increase 01 over last vcar. The sclmol has accomplished splen- did things during the past year, and, if the energy and cnthusiasai dis- played by officers, teachers and schol- ars mav be taken as a criterion, still greater tilings may he accomplished in the year, upon which the school is, just entering I prll 1st AdiniltiiK.cs. dmlng month 71 Transients admitted during the. month f) 1 otiil 118 Nunilci dis halted dminf month 18 Deaths l> Xuiiiber 'of patients ;.n hospital Apnl 10th 11 I'ransiciiis discharged during the mouth i Lowest'number during month Highest number'during month Diilj nerigc i umber -Vuiivher of hospital days for pri- id pili-nts Number of hospital days for w ird patitnts (piling Xumber of hospital days, tor ward, patients, (free) 138 115 fill 591 Total number of hospital davs for month 1075 Number of operations undw fdicral a 18 .Number of operations under local anaesthesia 3 .Number of patients treated in outdoor department 17 Number of dressings in outdoor dcpuitineni it The hospital wishes to acknowledge with thanks Hie following contribu- tions received during the month One Jap-incse V fold Magazines J. W. Baxvdcn, Miss Pearl French, Mr. I'. W. Lind- say and St. Andrew's Brotherhood of SI Augustin's churtn One-half Dozen 13. N. [lieinbothant Flowers Ladies' Aid Wesley Church. Ladies' Aid of Knox Church and Hospital Fjowcr Guild. I idles Toys "for the Sunbeams. A.. Forgic, superintendent Of Interest to Women spuns, bi closed [or the whole season The nineteenth annual meeting .of the National Council of. Women, pro- mises to he one of the most brilliant j Mrs 0 I in the h'stou of the Council, both I socially and educationally. The dele- gates from different parts of the Miinion will assemble in London, On- tciiio MI Ma) 22, for a sis sion. Her Royal Highness, the Duchess, of Connaught, will -visit, the department of employment tor women. A rouption v ill It tendered to the] hv the citj ot 1 ondon on the evenini, ot Ma) 2S while R luncheon v ill be foi her t The Ladies' Cotta Society of St. Paul's First, Lutheran ..church met j vcsterddv. afternoon at the home of! T, i A iiiouiei s love GTS Vrs vvitn a gocjd att iidanci t ai__ Joif-insen and Sirs 1 j[ .MOTHER'S DAY eel. while pleasing solos were rendered, bless a JMrs.'C. Grant and Crest, Iht I orth league will hold its regular mveting Monday niishl Mai. 1 Uh 1 he meeting ht in chdigt of th-- I itenn coiiiinittu Pipeis will he Mrs C P lud Miss iVL Lunmiigium Miss Sh will gne i piano and Mi K will s n, i Kales In the men there. inil the MSiting I ccat Council of (Jclc McFARLANE. Tivo of Calgary's popular young people were united in marriage by Jic T VaishaU on eryliodj- welcome. C'ome. T A long and .very important session or the Women's Civic Club was hel 1 j in the Y.MX'.A. auditorium yeslecT dav afternoon. In Mr. C. 11. Simpson, Winnipeg, spent} aftertioou at Totiv o'clock jn the par- vestenlav in the lu's brothers, Mr ILI n i nc. cit) the guest of lois 01 Central Methodist church the Simpson and and Mrs. Forrester, Medicine hndL Miss Hilda Mav Moral l-ur, o, Ail'OU of the firm of and ftta The bride, i froT. heart' of earthly mould, f love that can grow cold This Is a mother's love. Montgomery Did ever Ihlnk ]ijst how manj of our red fetter are trulj nation al in main 1m e a. eirt or foi body aud Christmas is-aqtvobserved by some: creeds Easter is not by the same deeds T Thanl sgmng fs still 'a northern div to .southerners Fourth of July n "patriot's day' to some of tht foieigners resuonse to in mut ition froiwjnou fmm SIIch a largc percenHso of Warner, Mrs. Heed and Mrs. Gilford were appointed Mo visit tha't town and address (he cluh 'there on the worir-of the 'local club. I The matter of lumig a nntion mtcl (he trairs attain Lrought who was unattended, was be-1 VP-- Sometime ago the council prom- spent yesterday, in the city the J comlngly gowned in a smart cream I to i policeman mtct the, M't-sls of Mr and Mrs George j'jer'e tailoi made and Inrgc white trains for one month and Icn en route west. clmneau.. At the conclusion of the needs This was A Montreal despatch says Tlioir Royal Highnesses the Duke and Du- clrsb of ight spent the morn ins (inictly. at Strathcona House, le Pnncess Fitncii ittended the horse show. At one o'clock the feren onj an clahoiatc redding Im- 'ncr was served at .tho home of the brides pirents 7J3 oth aAentie and Airs Rei left on tin men ing trim for I cthbridgc, here xhej will spend their honeymoon, return- ing in t few dus to reside on Tifth Blue Ribbon Tea Blue Ribbon Coffee Blue Ribbon Baking Powder Wo state with confidence, you can't do better than u8k for these Blue Ribbon West's beat known, and guaranteed pure 1'oods.i weeks ago, and no report has as-yet been st-nti to the Women's Civic club, ol pits nt at tei day's meeting mentioned instances, where coming m is stnngers were molested bv drunken men, both it the day. and night trains. The ladies will not act definitely in regard tb .the appointment of a senf'tan until 'he prom l report lias been submitted ".W ihc council, The vila! and pavticuiarly import- ant thing the ladies decided to was to cpen v U with as ht- Uc "delay as possible. This will long felt watit, as the lack of proper accommodations for girls coming to. the city n most ncrious luindicap. The proposed V.W.C.A. will he1 open p.d at first on a modest scale, hut the ladies felt that somcthiiiK must he done and done at once. A mass meeting of the ladies of the city as well as all men cd in the movement will probably called before the end of tin.1 month when the matter will hti gone inlo .Fully. H II lamu MHI of C who InigfK ipspui'sible foi the inauguration of the Y.W.C'.A. thorc will ,-isknI to address.the meot- ing. Should slu1. r.e, to t'otnc e othcj: prnmim-nt, Y.- W. 0. A worker will he Kpciircd for that occa- sion. The cluh discussed plans for future work alonj; Ihc lines of civic Sm- proveirontK and legislative imin'ove- inrni'? )i Ihc In wonan's rights. This latter will be taken up in conjunction vdth other: women's clubs; Hoport of CJal! Ilosuilai for April, XnmL'Ci' of nfllicnU in hosjuUil our population d-u inspnes no from some of the foreigners, and even of sonifc-'Americans. day. holi- bemuse labor enteis into the life of the masses A day that it has 'a hoirt and living inteiest foi all elanses, races, and for eijin-born, high and rich aud poor, and churchman, man woman and child, is Mother's Day, observed the.second Sunday of. May The common possession of the liv j ing world is a mother j Over) one has moth er The marvellous growth of Mothers' day in a vears to i national and international day, caii be attribute-cl to the heart o interest it pos gesses foi almost homo ind erv person ot a mother loving heart in this iiiid otbet countries s- a winch v as founded Miss Mina Urvib 20H N Twelfth Street Philadelphia threp Ji'iis been obsevved In Alaska, Pbllllp- Dlnt IsliPd" C ma-la Europe lac ir I1 U1 fslinds Uaih idoea China J ipan Koiea Australia Afn ca and'Palestine. Mark Twain made niuny friends-for" Mother's day. wli-on liifl commendation was printed in the New York and Phil- adelphia uapers: There is n pleasure ami a duty which we have long neglected.- No thought can be mure beautiful than that which permits-p.vcry man, woman ami child to pay such a tribute to those dear ones to whom we owe so much. I do not know .how many more anniversaries of'Mother's: day I Will 'see, -hut oil those that J hayo re- niaining. I wil wear a white flower, lh.3 emblem o." purity my moth' love, Governor Harmon, oC Ohio, writes 'No element in either national or tio'mestta life is more important than the mothers of our .country. Home virtues are safe-guards of our -ex- istence. Our mothers are their high- est exemplification. 'How better 'realize this, and bow better reiVDW the .early influence of nither a departed or living mother, than by-setting apart a day tor her whoso life of denial and self- rntrifiri fc IIPF ons ind No mcioiiil tin l-p iicl Another Startling Array of Bargains That Will Matt Week-End Shoppers Hurry to THE BAY. Last Day of Our Ladies' Spring Suit Sale Buy Your Spring Suit Now, and get dJOO Cft worth for All that lovely raage purchased for this season's trade that were marked and reasonably too, at pi-Ices ranging from 525.00 'to 545.00, will be put in another class and sold at the remarkably low price for Saturday at A Suit for I he d n of oui gieat sale of Ladies Splillg Sbllfts will bet, A change iln the method ot pilclnf, eicij suit In will be sot togethei tor this Hnnl tlejrlng up and ill thos that priced fiom ?1800 to ?'5 will fake (heir chance at A Great Bargain in Ladies' Hose All colors-are included in this great" offer every conceivable shade; some are plain others in lace and fancy lisle. They are ill! worth and many of them Friday and Saturday 50c. Ladies' Long Silk Gloves at 50c a Pair Tien slfe Mil be found in this special line ot silk offered foi w toll end shoppers Thev ai e cxtr L long and mav be had m blutl r 01 these woilldjhe good bin ing at OOc nTid CAM >1 OQ anr" uill be a bargain at Two Great Snaps in Ladies' Hand Bags L-OTNO.'IAT 50c. this Hnge be foun'd those -veu'smait Suede bags in colors to miUh jour diess ctrcnlai pilt frames Ihei aie woith 51tOO each LOT NO. 2 AT Cqnsists of some choice styles in hlack_S8j'l h gilt fastemns atheis are in the ulir stsle and any bag iroongst thepj'1s uorth ?1 I' We Will Clothe the Boys on Friday at 2Q Per Cent Less We are give you.a grcnl onpoitim't on SnituicHv of this week to clothe the at 20% off icguhr pi ices Our selection, of Tineiulc ittiie is ot the best md when e saj we will fche 20 per cent off our lesulni prices 5on linos they will be out fine You can ret a 75 suit for the little fellow of 1 years on Saturday for 5300 and all our suits will he in like proportions TJveij pooalble cloth and even size Mill he vmongit them It is piicticall; impossible foi 'NOU to s-tilo aVvioi in 'it a" lot fill and at such prices too Suits at Another' Big Sale of Under- skirts at Two Prices Only Made from the finest of mei cerised sateen some hive a slurred flounce otheis l Knife plaited frill We olfcred a lange ot these a few ueelcs ago with giett success aci! were fortjinato enough get one mor'e pf them left ilif time the quantity is limited and we an ticip-Ui i luge demand VBRY SPECIAL FOR SATORDAYS SELLING C4 JC VI 75c Good Grocery, Buys (l so fir as that mav he huminl) possible 4nd in hei lettei 'Previous to Mr. Borden's election to Premier he made another JJemocra- tir sijeeth to the Wonnns Cin ulian of ho advocated lioliticnl equality and women. A few (tays ago an act was passed in the Dominion house-Prohibiting wo- men from becoming eligible for civil service positions excepting .tbo-se of rpewiiters 01 stcnogripheis If wo men had the parlinmentnry vote would carnation It is sincerely t0 b-3 hoped that the various clergymen of Lrithbridjjo will sec to it that Mny 12, "is fit- tingly observed ns Mother's Day in the churches and Suudny achools; and that the dtlxens generally will join In tho world-wide mov-etncnl, and wear the white carnation, Flora 'MacD. Donison, president' of tlie Uanndian Suffrage Association 1ms a letter protestJng agains-t tho now civil service law, whereby womtii will be excluded from nil positions in the civU service excftptlng those of typewriters and stenographers She referred to ono of the sentences positions of clerical drudgeiy onlv Is this a democratic move to. have made, or does n democracy. meaiH.a made aristocracy 'c'urcly the women of the Dominion will protest against the Inconsistent 6-inud the Premier has taken- Women have too long been; relegated to ncai lions of uninteresting pnlly underpaid at tint, vUiile men gobbled the.plums'and the snaps hive heard "o much men and children life- boats, but wo Would liko to inon justice .accorded thorn .hi..the great battle of life, and let them, be given an equal opportunity with men to earn a decent living. IJl all means lot build Canada on an enduring foumlaUoi and that Atomlaj Alrfy nnersarj of the deatlr of. King and the leign of King George Theie rolcmn memorial senigee iu DngV hind in lemembrance of deart monirch nn-d Uige were the jov1 hells rung iu church steeples and the customary vnlnte oe gun1? Ursd I lines Park, in honor of irqteiston. of King Georgo Maj and June aio unpCiiunt moiltlia for Ihq British Ro> at fnuilj and the jwopie of the Em pire Joi besides s celebrn ton thej include the buthday of Queen irj on "Ma> 2G the anniver- sirj of Qupen Victorias birth cale brated afe Empire on May J4 the King'fl birtlulRy.on June 3; the birth- day of the Prince of Wales on Time 24 the anniversary pf the icewslcn of Victoiia on lune 20 and the Vitft days of the Gonnaughton May 1, find .the Empress of Russia qnjurie d Boginninj; the Ihlnl vear of his reign King George is undouhtodh moic popular thin any other huro pcan monirch, and the pronhois who tnodiited that he would be unequal fo tho task Hn1 discredited White Swan Yeait'Ciikes nnKc the moat delicious bread -nei tasted Confirm this you of the telephone speech made h; Uon i foundation can only he In Id when po containlnf lj oftKei Simple on H L Horde.i to tin Asrocnled Piesi) Htloal for men and women Spices A one in ban met in New 'Hut no de has hcen obtained 'tils Limited, Toroi to, Ont f ;