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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta of Thollinies 111., years 'it'go.'; MAGIC BAKING POWDER cvjjr happens but "oneu thin World. Wlmt I do now, ii (jnce foi" all. It is ovciV it'i afrits eternity of aolenyi Lawson prusidfd over Ihe lea table, which wits prettily decorated witli 3J.RIKE SITUATION Nov. strike.'-, f-ituhtion according to iiU-H locnis just pcclvul is tiiiit-i tncoi the fitliiu, pai ics hcinj, of 'n vcr.v feprdinl mir.iire. It is >i n ti (.'incited that by cud of tac in 'MOP been reaulud iTd n Ciml aibt lie ion. At the tfhne of going io tlic nonrereiicc ivas still :u session, and -everything run- ning giiiootlily towards i.h-o. ul- timate goaJ A tjt tj. ity tjy es> tcwiuiTou' Mrs. W. L. I lardie, 1 tin lighter, Mrs. -J. S.-.Jones, Of Mlpli Him Mrs. Kdwaril J. Selil I time since her marriage.' U I. McCanilily wiil uol reivi; toiv.'orrow- afternoon. Mi- jr. IV Wnlliicu will nut tomorrow nor again mii.il FARMS FOR PRISONERS bt I horn ti> 8 ---In tlieij IP oorL, to'JiiBtleo Tectxcl yesterday, tho. .nitid -ihat tlie counb 'ails should be ro.rfncod'by farms i'o ;1'3 prisoners, and that tli'j system of sirlpeg- slioiikl lie aholifihed. Justice iteteol and' Chief Justice Hfirvey of i 'vtuerlii are both from ISIsin County Mrs. H. Benlley has roturned from Castor, where she .spent the past month, Mrs. t'ooke, of Prince is a finest willi Mrs. C. II, 1 Mi V U. Humphries, Mirru ill fot spine little time, is proving slowly. American Beauty roses. Assisting were' Mrs. Limoges, Miss uJid Miss Rdnu Evanson. Among .Mrs. W. Scott, Miss Ivy' Mrs. l.-iiwsoii, sr., Mrs, Reginald Lawson, Miss Sirs. K. fl. Rogers; Mrs. Ihu'stoiu', Misses Richardson, Mrs. 0. C. Mathisott, Mrs. ,4clhy Winnipeg Free Press. of visitors availed them- selves of the opportunity of calling on'.Mrs. McNicol yesterday a''- M'tuion, when she received for the rst time this season. .Smart appointments were effective- ly carried out in pink carnations. Mrs. Mc.Vicol welcomed her guests, wearing an exquisitely dainty crea- tion of pink silk mull. Clubs and Societies The Ladies' Colta society of who lived nearly --O7" Many of HMJ Angola William .thi! Conqueror came io lyu.Sitxoii Chronli'lu Kilgiir nti "the besiowcr of bracelets.'..... When Alfred and the Dunes made peace! 1tie: Jldclfty upon it huh- bracelet. -Scandinavian 'antiques have bracelets among tbctn, large enough to cover tlic whole forearm. In .Iceland a curiuus Ijraeclct was used for divination purposes. iinytjtiiig important had t ed, it: was laid on tlie alt; lilooii of the .victim sprinkled on it. In some, eastern countries, caste women -wear huge braccf prove .their noble hirlh by making I hem iiijable fn do any work. A bracelet hay been used in the iKU'riage a rinjr was not .nccessible. A pair of l.-acelets in the regalia of the Moguf tfmperurs of India were possibly the finest, pair in existence mil wore set xvith diamonds of fabu ious worth. of a.uiimiitmlty.liutliroom for very small cost, whlio1 (or h. li'tUe tman money may be hiirt larger rooms with private bulbs. Hut more money is paid one. will be sui'u of "votes fnr women" linen, and "votes lor towels anil "voles for women" service, and will be pos- itively requested not to tee the at- tendant, as siiffrugists pay a giving wage rfni) in Tlmtr'onnccsfiliiii regarding tea is not permitted to influence tlie refit of lite menu, eoyking is with nioiUfications.' lliit through !t _ i meet wiiii Mrs. Waslyng, 529 Fourtuuntli St., S., on Tfiursday af- ternoon. monr visit Ross. C. M. Arnold and Miss Gil- returned, this, morning from a at the rancli of Mr. l The 'Alberta Sunday School associ- [OSHAWA'S MAYOR A CANDIDATE Vhltby, Oni., On III jo i for H9al' pittance Women should" in the art "of spending their husband's mon- ey wisely. Why not now establish schools to teach women bow to man ag'3 -their household In an economical manner-'' r-he following clipped from rtie Lpn don papei The Standard of 1 mpne gives someVidea of which women have attalnedf-'iii iniblic mat- teis f 'It is really remarkable that, with war in. the form- ing of the nctt government in Can id mid other events of first chss inter With the Editor Sir Sidney .Sinith said, "It we make children "imppy we shay lliem happy twenty' years hence by tlie memory of it." i Perhaps the surest way to make a child happy is by telling story child is much mo st0ry that is told, than in one that is read, and the story hour ;hbuld form as much a part of his life is dinner, hour. The dear'old j 'once upon a time" is -like a slice of bread and butter with jam.on it. j A good story feeds the child's im- agination, which is one of the strong- est characteristics of child life. He listens to stories of great; deeds -anti learns, to love the hero, who conquers he thrills with pity at the trials of the sweet princess, and he :rejoices at the triumph of the good over the bad. Me thus forms standards, which COMMENCING WED. NOV. 8 v i 4 I And lasting for one week only One-third Off All Felt Shapes I have-on hand a Jaige assortment qf UIPSO loll, shapes, i dimmed and iintiimnietl AKo all Pamy Mounts Wing-, Cliild- jrns hats, one in good shape, wliuli will saciiijoo at 33 1-3 per cent, discount ALSO 25 PER. CENT. DISCOUNT ofl all .Menu i and FIJI [Tars, Chi I Ion Veils, Face Veiling, Ribbons and Vohels uu- One Only MISS CAMERON MILLINER V. Hill Block. 3rd RESPECTS THE RIGHTS OF CANADA lore interested in 8JI1 GfCy Inqmsittvcness ol RowJuiul Hunt London 8 Edward Grcv, in tlic I.'OUKL of" after replung in the nt-gjt How Kind Ilittiu s. iiiestions uhethir His Majesty's government wasawiie thai the '.nraking a naval stitipn pn I iRe and whether this jVas i breach of the est claiming attention the introfluc such i Mist imount of moncj tn I lion of am ner featilre in one of Ixm Sunbeam Oak Heaters No. 11 'f 13 )15 'fn.l 7 each K It A Heater at a Price Stafford- Agnew Co. "If you live .out of town, 'write care bestowed upon dog pets in I? i land, when there are hundreds, of ilren uncarcd in poverty and wretchedness. The latest fad in connection with the dog craze the .establishment- last rear of -tlit Canine Nurfies' Institute in tho Lon don suburb of IJrixt'on. j Ths is reillv school where are to nurse sick dogs, just as arc -trnineil in hospitals to nurse siclr persons. More than forty young girls have I already entered to study the cour two of ihenr being daughters of ics title, sur cons give ihe ttTin ind ccrtificitcs uc awinltd u L-nfl oi tht: course and ents cpinpele for gold and silver medals.' Several nurses have gradu al'Cil ami come, to New ..York to.'ook after the kennels of fashionable men, of-'fashion; often, coirjider several thousand dollars a smsi! price to pay for dogs, while sped mans of unexceptional pcriigrcon command front five to eight Uioiisni.n Collars. The dug .sliow hold yearly in I.oi i don jirid patronised by Queen Alex- j T idti is i iiioht impoitint sociclj function. Charitr -workers sav it vis easier (o gel. n.'onc-y to feed sliray than to 0nance a society For Iirofrjction nf homploss children. Snv; ly tilings are not-rightly proportion cil nnd women need" to have their eyes turned to Ihe huge unfairness of such ;1 stuic of things dons great d-ulv nenspapeis should become so 1111190 the topic of tho to "Woman's un- Ins Jn effect the S and ard newsaapei has said 'Oui- p'dpultitJon contains more wo en thin men AY omen lodaj stand bide title n In ilmost all de partmehtHlof..the nation's lire. Wo- nans serious form a ver> substantial pioportion of the world work. -Yet I hese iierious activities are practically ignored' by every great newspaper; in the land. This is not Is not just; it ie not poli- tic. And far as "the Standard is concerned, itsha'il end'from this week. 'And in all seriousness, and in -a .which has net the vliol-p country talking tho Stand.ud actuil has-brought.to 'an end a very 11- and -undesirable situation. Tlio of the Mother Country have.-been given their open yl itfoi m i JRht m the public oye, commanding the luiblic ear, and existing for no other purpose than the free and constant daily ventilation or their own news-and views, clahni and rights and impartial representa- tion, mcnt In ilicsc (imps, when ornamenls arc decidedly popular, a few facts about tlic liracelet may prove inlercsting. Hit Mihlicii pabsigc Inch ciinnm crates the; which Abra- ham's servant, Eliezer, gave Kebekah as presents, from Isaac, and in which two bracelets arc mentioned, is one- of the earliest records of these trink- ets. In ancient- tiitics men wore brace- lets and in flic museum of t.eyden is one an inch and n half wide, made of pure gold and engraved will! Ihe rmtne. Is n very notable- achieve- It inaugurates nothing less than n new era for thinking women of the countr i Ihe littst thing in suffrage circles in A oil is the opening of a suffnec club-house. To quote from ttie Nev York Globe Wiib i rooms for "paying with a restaurant where three meals a day will be a JnnaiiRSC fea room where one may nrdcr his or licr favorite tea and it served a la .hipiinoisc, or from a Russian samovar, or according to the custom of anv other country, the pcr- imnuit gmsf vvill be sum of comforts nQt found in niqst homes, nnd ad-, vantages lounti in few public hostel-; rie's. There are small rooms where the occupimy may have the privilege uill he his means of balance through life. is where he first meets the ideal in character. He jif'.ges between light and wrong 'and compares his own deeds with those o'f bis chosen hero. Thus stories create ideals by means of which the child develops' character. The very small child loves the rhymes and jingles as "Mother Cioost, foi the swing the rhyme and the delicious nonsense of it. Next come such stones as "The Three Bears." naughty "Golden locks Hie "-Three Little Pigs." How we used to love them Then coirre the fairy tales; as "Cin- deiella and (he "Sleeping Beauty.'" This tvpe m story is good for young souls' to grow on, there is plen- ty of rare and good material. The fairy ale goes close to his heart and .in this real old world, where he has to keep his feet on tht Leds tlio shimmering wings of the fr.iry tale to lift him above and out of himself. rJbn'fc. worry, Life will be practical enough. Again, a good story helps to form his taste for Ihe best in literature. Historical stories come at a! later -ind don t forget, thnfc. the tell- ing of the story is almost as import- ant as (he story itself. The feller must have a fund of srnt- Pithj with her hearers am! "icll the storv with animated intent, if it is vital thing to her, or half the value of the story is lost. liVO. inadun I am keeping in the closest touch. Mi limit Hill the Honor, j able Gentleman inquire of the Cuna i di in lint sltte mcnt is a fact Sir 1 ud Om Canddian govi riuncnt keeps y.s fullj infomea of their wishes. Mr Hunt Will or will not the Right Honoulilf Gentleman call th? attention Of the t-inadian govern, mcnt to. the matter and ask whether tBcj arc Milling that the Rush Bagot treaty shall be broken Sit Cdward Giei N'o sir T pro- pose to leave to the Canadian nhich conarn directh tMu oun in- ernmnl the mitutiie in mitten lore t ind to show om regard tor om dcsue to set in hirinoni, sym- to eo Opi ration with them b> not making statements about thei mav or not wish iihd whether had any cohimunicatron Canadian governnifnt coneeinmg fact that the United .States was still continuing io break in through tho Hagot treaty, added the following v "I 'cannot' ii.akc tliis matter oi ,r. Io communicate with tlic Canadian government whose interests are main ly ;UTected by any question connected ilic Kush-rtagol trcati T would deprecate being pressed for aninfrs in this House which f would hale to give without rans.nl tation with (be WINS PRIZE FOR PHV8IC8 Stockholm Nobel foi pbjsica bnin to I'rof Wilhelm Wien ol Wuenbiirg Onuersity BAD HEALTH BALFOUR'S REASON Balfoui has icsigned the Unionist leadei- ship Jor health reasons The news is conflnned by his pri- vate secretary LOCAL BUDGET Angus am) ShanU, real estate have mbved from suite 107 to IK Sherlock building. The regnla; practice of the Leth- ShUoNtGun iralhclily colJi. bridge Orchestra. Society .will be held 'nig evening in fheT. .M. C. A. audi- torium at, eight o'clock sharp. Tho next regular sitting of the Dis- rlet Court will, be held on Nov. 21, jand the-December sitting will jjom- SupL Ufid, Of the electric Mgh't de- partment, has received the two time switches to be used for the Gall Park lighting system. The switches are au- tomatic, opening or closing the cir- cuit at any lime set on the dial con- nected with the eight day clock con- tained in the mechanism. AOOHI nine 9'clock this morning an alarm wan rung in from cth street, caning out No. 1 fii'e brigade to at- tend to n small firo which broke out it tith street south. The fire had gained Bomo headwny when the brl- grade arrived, one room being well I caught. The chcmlcil m-as calted into piay, and the flames extinguished be- lorc any serious damage was done. The fire was caused by a faulty flue. Merlin feels post office. the need of a brunch Hudson's Bay Co. Boots and Shoes that re- flect the latest New York styles in Footwear are now being shown at The Bay WE ARE NOT CONTEST to enjoy our repiUnlion of long for Boots mid Shoes ol High Qua and Honest Value, bnl are ever moving on Tbo latest models ol all Hie best are.sub- mit'ted for our ijispeetioji. Wo claim by this irifiiwis (o place all Ilia! iu (lie world ol Fool-Wear he lore yon as soon as it appeal's on the inaikel. pur Showing of 3VEW.WJNTEK MODELS for MEN'S WKAK By Ihe Well Known GEO. A. SLATEK contains some smart and striking features. In buying this boot you are protected by the niakcre and aak you to take'no risk whatever Rcmemlier, these are boots of. the nnd fully Prom Jjiti.50 Io per pair. FOK LADIES' WINTER. WEAR tho smartest, high cut novelties come from the Coleumted 1IL.KIO factory, specialists in Lndies' Footwear, Their models be looked upon >s the last word in Ladiei' Boots and Shoes. Tho latest high cut in button or la.ce, with slip for winter wear. to Get Your Rubbers At The Bay, ;