Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thursday. May THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MINISTER JT EDUCATION DE- CIDES ON r1 EN- FORCEMEhi" OF COM- PULSORY EDUCA- TION BY "INO- Offlca 1224 Kcv 11H One Edmonton, Alia May An i'ust i'iij in t! oiay hate an opportunity ifcg a good education H has cidfd to Place the operation ol truancy .ut ditfctl) udsr the parlment ol eJuca.'j': J- Hither1 the A WOMAN (quartette Uhks aiorned with erira- soa gerauiutas and in charge of.' Mts. McKillou, Mrs. A. J.' Irriug and Miss Waterman, while a number' o! the lo'-njer girls assisted. A ii.fC-linj was held in St. Acdrcvv'b churt-Q last evtnmg, inslincU, krfathius 1'ata- (m-oMiA report iras suVnit- ted hy the r bctweca the goils w-d ueli Not leatwfl, In. yacioos house- hold 15 -In or- Not perfect, uay. hut lull ot tender njniitire M ants'. "ol Him-1 Xo anjel, but a dearest dipl In anst Hran iSLorts l.Vo. 1 ol Ihe Dieted ehil- ol fducation 3 t. tivisncy ol educa- and yet all native to her place, on aud on ll.o uunse. lion and has ts M. O'liritn to UU charge. The uutj ol iuquir- SOE into cases ot truant and iriesu- licitv in the schools mill devolve i.p- on inspectors who will be leauiitd tu submit quarterly reports showing the imni'utr ui in each in- iptctoral district who arc isot re- ceiving efficient instruction. A special oll'.Cfr oi tta on district rork were discussed. The only L1Y" in Alberta was rcp- esented hy Miss Williamson, Miss .oclircm and Miss AsVew, ol Carl- were inlroiluced to "the onveniion, the CA T. U. salute. Mrs. Kent, ol Medicine Hat, gave j. very excellent and practical paper i "How to Secure Superintendents i the Local Union." The outstanding thought o! the paper was the importance of getting women, who were interested in a cer- tain line ot work, to work along ,hat particular channel. For instance woman, who is particularly inter- ested m the missionary worlk ol the church, should not be put on the 'ruit and delicacies committee, but in that departinerit where her inter- est is known to be greatest. Mrs. Kent cleverly developed this fhoughl under tie following dcpatlmrnts: Press, and Mothers' Meetings. An impromptu discussion was started by Mrs. La Mar.ce, some information along this line. The meeting then adjourned for lunch. Small Ladies' or Misses' Tailored Skirts Juat trtsb trout our Skirt Manufac- turer. These are maJe up !n tfce very newest ?.nJ iho only reason vvo are able to offer item At syrh a rldtculuysly low price are inafle from the short ends or re-iiii.ants of iho sc-asoa'e nevr mHtcrialB. There- Series, Cheviots a.nd Vanaicas, In sizes up to 3S loch (fenstit, suitable for or SiojU Women Valjes up to 4 QQ regular; all to go at, in and Eye- let embroidery on extra fine soft and sheer quaHty EgyiUlan 13 inches wide and splendid value it regular at 60c" and 75c; for j-er yard......... Negligee Shirts Men's fine fast color and neat in Men's Negligee vltb eoft doulile collar and cuffs, others wltK laundrled In popular coat shape. J1.50 and includes your siic; Tea and Sugar Special 31b T1H H. B. TEA AND 20tb 3ACK B. C. SUGAR These ;Dainty and Tasty Specials in the Tea Room Anchovicd Eggs Salmon Ffuit 206, 20C 15C OES Bedroom Rugs Another epecial offer in heavy tjualily re- vcrslble hemp Ruge, in very iileaslng de- signs and colorir.ss. Sues T C" CO JJQ by 3', each.................... Best Bacon HARRIS' IMPORTED WILTSHIRE BACON per Ib................... Remnants Oilcloth and Lino Every wauled color find from or- dinary floor cloth up to the finest quality Inleid suitable lengths for hall, bathroom or pantry. All specially reduced [or this event. Damaged Oilcloth And Linoleum A limited .Quantity and In short lengths only, Oltcfotha and linoleums, damaged in transit OIL CLOTHS 1 LINOLEUM Per yard 15c Per sq. yard 1 Two Bargains of exceptional merit in the Shoe Dept. Men's Bluchers Brand-new flock in -Men's Superior qual- ity Gun Metal Bluchers, medium toa and heel "lightly eitended wells, smart perfor- ated tips and counters. A dressy and dur- 3H- shoe All sizes and 1-2 sizes 4 C C to 10. Regular 54.50 for Ladies' Bluchers Made from fine quality Kangaroo Walhcr medium high toe, dull mall IK, light weight sole III in. Cuban heel, short vnmp, neat- ly punched tips. A splendid wearer and calra smart for cits weal. All Blzes and Jt sizes, 2 to 1. Regular S3.55 eg yg The Hudson's Bay Stores TTr-enU'-two years ago China and Japan supplied all the Tea consumed In CanoSa- The "Salsda" Tel Co.. at that time, commenced tho Introduc- tion of Urlllsh, grown teis, with tha result that last year, of tho thirty-nine rnilllcn uounds of tea Imports, thirty- rnilllong CBmri frora Ceylon and India, and nearly jno-qaatler of nil tho teas sold In tnfc Dominion was sold In "Salada" 6f iled lead packets. The moral is: If have a good thing with which to nerve Ihe advertise It The Senior Guild of -St. Mary1 church found it necessary owin to the prevalence ol measles, to post- pone the Jumble Sate, which was to be held on Monday next, indefinitely. A wtll attended ir.tctlng of Wesley Ladies' Aid was held yesterday af- when tlic time was profit- ably spent in sewing. Mrs. Aller- dkc, Mrs. Tlrcad and Mrs. S. iiall acted as hostesses. 1 OF INTEREST TO WOMEN The social, which was held evening in Knox school-room cloiiiiK session oi Guild "for last the ll.c Westminster was quite success A vocal solo by Miss Lum- bard .ir.il a pfano riumber b? "Miss wfte very Rev. A. tl. Cameron, Miss IValec- man, Miss Kdra Smith, Mr. Camer- on and Mr. K .1. McKtnile acted as a reception commitlce. Dainty refreshments were served at YOUNd LOOKING PEOPLE ARE IN CONSTANT DEMANO EVERYWHERE Competition U You ctn't hold down the big jobs U you 4 "Back you cin't en- 1'Cct to 4 luccustul vtteftnttt man or woman, if you old look- ing, but whether you work or not, you owe H to yuunelf and. family to keep looking young. Get a bodlc of Hay's Hair Health today. l( solves Iho grey hair prob- lem for every man and woman, young or old. II brings back tbo rich, natural color of the rcslorcs it to Its natural color (m- Don't waste lime wllh others; there'! only one. HW's Hair Health bf Ibouaands with absolute satlsfsetion for twenty years, Drug- Sitti sold Hay's Hslr Heiilli low to so roioy satlslied peo- ple effcryichero wnE> cornft biclr Bgatn lor It and yjon't any other, tbat they per'ectly will- ing lo guarantca It and. give your money1 hack, if it's not sfttWBClory. for.sale and recommended by The lied'Cross Ddug and Book Co. Limited. Desk work fs apt to cause various armful tendencies which, if not leckcd and corrected, result in such eforrnfties as round shoulders, flat hest, forward position of the head, ne shoulder low, one hip high, crook, d spine and so on. Corrective desk xerchies are: 1. For round shoulders. Sit erect in IB chair; rotate shoulders back with a circular moUon, first tho Iglit, then Ihe left, then both. Itepeat .ve or ten times. 2. For one low shoulder. The bao n tbat side may be placed on lop ol he head while resting. 3. For stretching the spine, Ralsi .nd lower Ihe shoulders as clcscrlDci n tho first of Ihe foregoing ree snercise.s. 4. For one hip larger than tho other the stretch exercise for the le as described la tho fifth of these slcal.exercises, using the leg with Ih arge hip. For the other leg tako th !oliowlng exercise: With trie wbol leg stiff and knee straight, lift slightly off the ground rtnd rrmke circle ns large as possible, using th ai-lf it wero a pencil. Tho move mem must corr.o entliely from th hip, tho weight of the leg being del there. Make the circle to the rlgh then to the left. 6. For aching legs. SH up stralgb in the chair; or bend the ankl quietly but klendlly with reslstanc Count ten extend the toe as la as possible. Make circle with th t toe. usInK the anils Joint for plvol. Repeil ten'tlrnei; draw up tt knee as far' the desk will allow co.mt ten ind extend the leg to th full reach; alretcli hafd, count ted an return to the first position. HE DROPPED DEAD Medicine Hut, May Mfc olson, an employee of Johnston's 11 cry, tula -r-iorclnj. )ebate On Third Reading GIVE MEDICINE HAT CE. WENT PLANT 4000- aARREL CAPACITY .ledlcite Hal, Nay nellt is made that tha Hunt fngln ?rlng company-and Ce- lent Co., have amalgamated as far the plant established here Is con erned. The Hunt Engineering Co. Ill erect Hie plan! they proposed Iro ia Canada Cement Co., will operati instead of making a plant to pro- uce' two thousand barrels per da) he row plan will provide for one t irortuce four tHoueand barrels. Gen .ral superintendent Taise of the Can ada Cement Co.. It in the city conclud (Continued from front page] He knew his bill would piove con- poscd the natal bill, declaring subversive of principle oi U cralism. That nor accurate. was neither logical The premier said he roust take ex- ception to the charge that he was re- sponsible ior disunion hcU'ten the parlies, lie ssid that lie had intro- the measure in the house in a entious, but was forced to inlro- uon-eontrovcrol.il opccch, that iie uce it .because the nationalists it up with a strong mernor- een promised that llie naval service UnJuni Irom He- -ct passed hy Bovernracat be repealed. Mr. Cierman said hat if Mr. BotiJcn would withdraw lis bill and proceed under the naval service acl he for one would support im. Mr. Jiordcn replying to Mr. Ger- man, said that in view of the Libcr- .1 contention that all that was being tollowed the advice oi the- admiralty as he understood It. The member for Wriland was un- iust'in imputing to him the lack ot union between the parlies. He had clearly shown that, what had been proposed by the government could fce harmonized" with what had teen pro- posed hy'lte opposition. There could with an amendment in the lorm oi a suggested new clause providing that all works under the act he ex- ecuted under, the powers of the naval service act He maintained that the government's proposal Is a backward step ftucb. it It means anything means the beginning uf a policy of permanent ccntrlhutiou. Jlr. Dordtn asked Sir. lo say where he had fiver made a state- ment 40 indicate that this wtt a policy ol permanent contribution. Mr. Lemieux replied lhat the prem- ier's speech haii been so contKcviog that one could look for no other im- pression. The debate was ceatinuci until one o'clock by Middlebro, ol North Grey, and Sinclair, of Guysboro. done by the present bill 'could no difhcully in establishing fleet dont under the old service acl.lunits it this measure should be he did not understand the reason for I passed. Uic Liberal objections. They tad op-( Itodoinhc I.einicui- followed Luke King, aged 70, of Wjngham. Ont, for 33 years travelling for Tho Catholic Record, died In is the result of a fall from a car. Ont., May" tilm- helb Nichols, wno suffered a stroke on Saturday, remains In-a critical con- dllion. Her two sons', W. T. Wht'e rninlster ot finance, and M. E. editor of the Winnipeg Tele- arrived shortly attor the danger- OUR developed. Mra. Xlcbola Is In her sevenly-sev- entb year, her recovery Is des- paired, of. OUR MODEL PLANT T. AW Toropto, Iks (lestgned the Ixlhbridge dlEpodl Is fn tho city' today froni Toronto, en ro-jte for the coatl. He'vliliecl the plant this afternoon In company with Clly Knglneer lllanch- expreascd himself as lielng well rlfitscd wllh tha success of tho plunt which 16 nor looked c-n ai model for elltea, Ready lor the new Costume For any woman of ordinary height and weighing between id 140 Ibs., the La Diva 718 is the ideal foundation for costume, and makes possible a perfect fit and an date figure. M yens D, i A, ir.d U MpdtU tie juii KCSCMS ileyjre in oae.of At bcjt equipped cbrict fictotici in tks world D. A, and offtr jiylc ar.ii comfoit iupcrior loiroported tontlt ilfraia Ji.'o'o to pair Thtrt'V foreverj'.tgoK. '.Our c.taloguc sent on requcii, wilVhclii foO'lo cr-.gosc the for yoiri. IMJ DOMINION CORSET CO, QUEBEC.