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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta rHELHTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, 1PAGE SIX ison FROM A WESTERN WINDOW where her j tillS o'clock. After numerous WUhes had been u> UK-chUdren ad- journed to the K'oni, leach found a little .souvenir at I plate.' The table was orated with and the j tempting birthday eak lighted candles, as a feasting oft the many An Edison Phonograph can be bought for your price whether it is or higher price up to all playing both Amberoi and Standard Records. But you cannot measure the Phono- graph by money. Whether the price is or it is not much to pay for an instrument that will last a lifetime, which will furnish you good music every day, which will furnish you better entertainment than you can buy in any other way, which will teach your children to love the best music, which will bring into your own home what other people pay large sums and go -A long distance to hear. Edison Standard Records MC Edisoa Amberoi Records (twice as lone) Edison Grand Opera Records TMK HARPEH (James Whitcomb ftiley.) Like a drift of faded blossoms Caught in a slanting rain. His fingers glimpsed down the strings of his harp In a tremulous refrain. a country gathering in England, a here, they enjoyed more big, burly farmer at the back of the guessing contest, and a hall arose and announced his willing- in which many eh ness to marry her, if she talent- I: W11S awa- with its ci'iitre. After served games, a a concert ren showed j well of it. Unlike Barkis, the 'lady- was not and replied with dignitv that she was not there to an- the time set for ere they could fmally bid tlu-ir popular Uttle hostess goodnight swvr questions of a personal nature, ing her many whereupon the farmer, nothing un- (jav and dnp and dnp auuRHli morted tfaac .f had chords were husband WQuW ControJ one and all wish- of the Patter and Ah, but the sweet And I dosed my eyes and bit my lip As he played there in the strert- Patter, and drip, and tinkle And there was the little bed. In the corner of the garret, And the rafters overhead And there was ihe little window- Tinkle, and drip, and drip. The rain above, and a mother's love And God's companionship. The Modern Method of Buying Tea j zy t. II is to fos sure of highest quality and value by insisting on getting SALADA for. it ensures complete satisfaction. Black, -Mixed or Natural Green in sealed lead packets in bulk A propos of this feminine invasion (and every magazine one picks has something 10 say about there is a delightful little bit in a new book which is causing many smiles. It is called "The Opinions of and is written by Mrs. Town- ley, of Vancouver, formerly Alice Ashworth, of Toronto. The fun is of a gentle, quiet kind which reaches the mark. It is not forced, and one received for the first 'time in her new home, 1209 London Road on Wednesday, atter- ,noon, November the third. The UJV charming hostess was dressed in a Princess of plum satin with trim- mings of jet and received in person. Mrs. E. G. poured tea while Mrs. W. C. Ivrs served the ices. They were assisted by the land Wright. Little Miss Vina Elton gowned in light blue silk welcomed the callers at the door. The tea ta- jble was artistically arranged and o- from us. NATIONAL PHONOGRAJPH COMPANY 100 N. J.. U. S. A. wishes that all the world could look adorned with large yellow .through the glasses of the writer, and a light sprink- Tins month of November is to book will have a good sale, of hair ferns and trail- ing smilax. Hereafter Mrs. Kit on will be "at home" on the first Wednesday-of each month. The tennis dance last evening was the firSt danCC tlie SCaSOn matt-er of names Mrs. Boomer, the a thing or two. advocate of dress reform, ness an invasion of Canada by for js really worth woman who has been such a source j Mary thinks that women who I of worry to the Parliamentarians in i lecture ami carry signs "Vote for Wo- redoubtable Mrs. Pank- j and endure prison fare are j hurst. And by the way, why is it .losing their true hold on men. "Let 1 that social reformers arc in so manyjjjer just cry for a vote, and she'll get leases blessed by Providence in Mary, who seems to know "Some big-hearted. M Patented Broiler and scored a decided success. and Mrs. Kcnerous men ;vjn see her and j The Caledonian Hall looked very Carrie Nation are other examples. moved to action. give pretty with its lights softly shaded Such names alone are perilous. No a vote at once, if she wants it by Chinese lanterns. Quite a large doubt it was a happy moment for. Mr. you see she's crying they Asqftiith and his colleagues when they shout, and lo! the franchise crowd was there, including several of the season's brides, and some very Con- in heard that Mrs. Pankhurst was leav- j and srniies in place of tears." It! handsome gowns were worn. ing England for a time. A merry life j scimds easy, and might be tried with j gratulations to the committee the suffragists have led the effect. j charge are in order. makers of late, and we can forgive j Uhe latter if they had wished that! Mrs. Hammond is a welcome visit- Edmonton has ambitions in a dra-j or in town and expects to spend some j time with her parents, Major and. Mrs. Burnett. Mrs. R. F. Reeve was thc hostess England had twenty colonies, and j mat-c Ifne A Society has that Mrs. Farkhurst would visit ev-jbeen formedj which this ery one. With the Budget to worry j winter> two of Shakespeare's plays, over, the incessant militant efforts j What are hag not been decMedi j at a charming luncheon on Thursday, j of the suffragists threatened to is proposed to takc. a C0mpanv to Covers were laid for ten, and -bridge j come the last straw. i Ottawa to compete for the: Governor- j was indulged in during the afternoon, j Mrs. we are told, is a General's prize. Last year a group Mrs. J. 0. Wilson carried oft the j woman of broad education and vigor-J0r ciever young Torontonians captur- j prize. _ _ ous policy. -No one can doubt trophy. Several of the other! A..newly organized Literary Club! r_; which is to follow the Bay view course, study, met last evening for the! it all means ford Work! first time at the home of Mrs. C. R. Sask-AIta Steel Ran With broiler door on ordinary ranges you have to lean over and squint into the narrow opening to see how the meat is broiling. With Sask-AIta you stand erect and the steak is always in plain view. That's because Sask-AIta Patented Broiler Door provides an opening 'three times the size of ordinary door. For years you've waited for someone to invent a broiler door like this one on now it rests with you to say how soon you'll enjoy 'its benefits. 29 LETHBRIDGE AGENTS OJj IT. 3003, 2199, STYLISH COATS FOR FALL PARIS PATTERNS NOS. 2199, AIL Seam? As a protection against the changes of weather, there is nothing more serviceable than this long box coat, developed in dark green chev- iot or mixed tweed in grey or black. The garment is very simply tailored, having a single row o'i stitching along all its edges, and the narrow straps stitched, as are all the edges of coat. The pattern is in 6 sizes- to 42- inches bust measure. For 36 bust thfe coat requires 6 1-2 yards of material 27 inches wide, 4 1-2 yards 36 inches wide, 4 1-3 yards 42 inches wide, or -3 1-8 yards 54. inches wide. The girl's coat (3003) little model, and may JDe developed in any of the heavy materials, scarlet serge being particularly jaunty. All are ornamented with stitch- latter quality when we read of her; companies gave most creditable per invasion of the House of Commons, forraances. The honor is worth the disturbance of public meetings. (and persistent harassing of public men. :anf; of it. The' Premier is no -less -iTnmune than :ANNE. the policeman, though perhaps his! shins may be" accorded greater re- i spect. It all seems very strange to; us. Few women here care a rap about the franchise, and wouldn't: know -what, to do with a vote i! they- had one. Conditions, are ot course j different in the Old Land: We I realize the terrible hopeless poverty! i of the big cities there. Women work- i ers have an incredibly hard i 'and it is to help the state of stich that many women desire the firan- i chise. While we sympathize with such a are mentloned Fn these and see how best to save the decorated with that thcmums. chrysan- ship; which is the better, and how ped through slits at the lengthened i waistline. The shawl collar and low- er edges of the sl-x-ves arc- simply i Width of lower edsre in medium size about 4 1-4 yards. Price of each pattern, 10 ct-nts. duced absolutely no effect upon pro-1 the can it be accomplished? Why is it that, the courage and Mrs. Caesar and Miss McCullough good cheer of one man san save a-n H CHj-SVl 11V.J W j electorate. Now, however, -thc situa- j of Calgary entertained on ThittSday entire crew from despondency and Uion is changed.' The Press, both I evening of last week, in. honor of defeat? t T AlllV Golden am not ashamed onlar; is that an advantage, or disad- f Christ; for it' is the; vantage? Should we ever allow ourselves to speak against, or bo prejudiced