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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NCVEMIJKK 14, tl u L, Hi t II II 1C I LM i U ALL I H 15 K' A L, u At Last A Perfct SAVE YOUR FLOORS S CARPETS t, BY USING THE :ONVmRD" SLIDING SHOE IN PLACE d ft'MADE IN ALL i Of THE OLD f .SIZES FOS PgHKWED Hf FURNITURE .'WHEEL 'H AND CASTER If METAL BEDS NO TEARING OF CARPETS OR FLOORS. IT JUST GLIDES; THAT'S 'ALL. EVERLASTING F.IT ElfHERiBEDS, OR FUR- NITURE WITHOUT ANY ADJUSTMENTS AND THEY ARE CHEAP. Let us show them -io you STANDARD .FURNITURE CO. OF QUALltY FURNJTURE, 'OPP. COURT HOUSE 4th AVENUE SOUTH STUDENTS" ASSOCIATION NOW MEETS EVERY SUNDAY At 3 and 7.30 p.m. Room 13 Stafford'Block, SEATS FREE. NO COlLEOTION. (WBC OCT mm be I Important juJgraenf Handed Down by Manitoba Judge- Austrian in Case "Winnipeg Alan 11 Vccord ins to a jurigmert delucred day Dj ou owfatire uarc m the case ys Canada Hour Mills Coimany Limited uliea in-Manitoba shall have lull iMtuviivf-m jBofc the U omens Civic Club will a cafididaie to con test tlie .electionaHor'iscliool trustees ;x.t mpjiih lit .jjtill 35 ofioa question fhe matter came up a of organization Thursday, hut candidate (was and the __s dent vouchsafe no Jnfor matlon to reporter 1'ACJfi SEVTBfi Van Home BY A FELLOW ARTIST Iv pursues his ordinary avocation ihe tase thus defines, the lights m this piouuce of unnaturah cd aliens to ma ntam action in the courts. Owing to the; issue involved the case atLractc-d 'Pcs- c ikh claimed for m urieg bv him white m the cm jilot or the rn Canada Mills Company I lie compain hove-ier, movod for a stav of all proceedings m the ac lion upon th3 frounds tmtPescoutCh vras an Auslxnu citizen and not yet ft nituraltrcj J3nt sK subject In this phase of the pro ceedingii, fa Ju Gait call -d at- ruuiiRiliQd in Ottawa on August li to the effect aliens should be al loufll to continue enjov the pro- teftlon oi the Jan so long as f they remained peaceful and law-abiding thought that the ladies wUl pat up a cmdidate Mrs Reid said that she V.BS much Jsurp-is-oU KJ see her name ap pear as a pQSSibla candidate H one time, said Bits. Held, "there v.as some talk of a can- didate ould not consider thej honor e pecjallv in of t accorded public h> the citizens aad t nierehpntg'uCjfaiid city" "Mrs Re u is particularly strong in her co rtemmtioiTof the lack of co-oper tiou She bUjexes that tliere shou Io a woman ou the school board h does not an} one the 10 with tho accorded puhl officials Ifythe Jethbridge public McKjllpp, one o. the retirm T- la hard to Sir William Van Home la fairly moderate language. Ono finds superlatives cropping uj> all the time, for there la nothing about this modem Leonardo da Vinci, this raan of plan? par Us, thii aotreraal My flret Impression of him that of man full of strength and kindness, with a meadous tolerance and and era tan dins ef bnasan nature. Then one after another of Ms different aides appeared as. conyoraatlon took field, and whea I loft him 1 waa aryelllDC at his personality. Not that-Sir William was what one would call a1 hanflsoino man, though it was hard to Jndgo what he] day have boon In Ills youth. Bat his extraordinary sym- pathy and understanding at all things beautiful from; the "effect ot all natural scenes to tho moat esgulsite ol maa-niade objects, cave one the impression tiat hero -vrzs a man who knew. The highly trained scholar and OTcrcrammed college youth Is not really an interesting knowledge does not seem to others better, hot tha wide lojowJeage ol a man of Sir William's'experi- ence eiren out through bis magnetic personality mast hare had a tremen- dous effect 03 all with wbom.ho cam'e In contact. I went first to nee him In ortidr to get hli pormlseton maka a sketch of him in black anil whita. I will admit I was Juit a little.bit afraid that my errand would be fruitless for-1 waa told Sir William was an "Empire and tUe man mora or less responsible for the rreat Canadian Paclflc Railway. 1 felt for a mpment that I was going to meet-tho man who laid tho raiJs from tho Pacific to the 'operated the trans- pacific sblps from VaucauTer to the. Orient, aad the trans-Atlantic from the Maritime, coast to It waa a great joy when be came slowly Into the big drawing-room with a genial smile and an apoloisy on hla lips far keeping me I knew my request would be granted.' HIa first words wero, "Now wliat can I do for And; on my stating ray request, ho.Itamoiiiately replied In th'e affirmative with none of the "Bhflly-gbaHying" of lesser man who might wish to pretend tbat tney are much too trapbrtaat to fflve up any time to such an unimportant person aa an ambitious artist Ho at once fiised a day and hoar and it -was with great delight that otarted on' the slretch in .his'own Btudlo, a wonderful room full of curios and "objcta d'artn" from all countrieB and of. all ages." The ineyltftble cifcar Ma nioiitn -moat of tbe time, but oTery now and again ho wpuid take it, ont and eay, "Von will tell ine when I am to stop smokiiis, won't you? May I liava another Being an artist he could undoratand how one felt and big chief idea wag to make it aa aasy as possible for a fellow artist Wiihoat tcmching on personal experiences I may aay that I havA mat some oi the gruiteat men of the artlBts explorers musiciana and wriifcra, but acaoag them all bje stood out In strong roilef Ho vaa BO essentially ln-man and never tbe slightest hint of, trying to sbow off hlg power and fcnowledsc, a" iailiBp'bne aaea ofttiri amongst the. world's fnyour'tcs HU ifv-rp for hla little grandson waa oae very noticeable trait in WE QUaracter Unfl ttmoneat his ownnpa'ntings is oua of a igrocp of Teddy on {t good aiced aaya tho Inscription, at tne w4sh lite v hfs dlferent Interest taJcnta are wlflaly known and per haps bent described for he seemi to be made of "all this eaj-Uj a elements and KjlrUcally in tcocii w4th. all that makes for progress. TO-NIGHT -r-v HESE AFTER-SUPPER SPECIALS GO ON-' SALE AT. AP JL A iijt-i I Chief among the Specials These Gu'iimetai Shoes for 12.80 will buy a pair of these Boots tonight Material IB selected gunmotal; style is blucher. This is a lino of Men's Boots that will look well, feel well and wear well. All sizes fan, Regular Price ?5.00...................................pKiaSS Half Price Sale anrt Men's Gloves Woollen Gloves for men and bo.ve; splendid quality, just the right for present.-wear. Heather mixed, plain white and fancy ningwood Gloves. All sixes. Regular 50c Half Price Values in These Ladies' Boots Here is a lino of Ladles' Boots in tile ever a boot that will give excellent wear anil is a smart, dressy ap- pearing style, neatly rounded toe, all Resuiar S-l.-oO 5c Lines in the Crockery Section A lew pieces ol Glassware to go on sale. Oddments in Water Turc-Mers, also a line of Lemon Reamers. Salt and Pepper Shakers and Brown Soap Holders, clearing at each QQ Blanket Sale 30 pairs only of these Flan- nelette. Blankets, size white with pink or blue borders, every blanket cut separate. Heavy English make, very spec- ial. Tonight Price............. Blanket Sale 12 pairs of these' 'All Wool Witney English Blankets in white with piuk or blue bor- ders, size cut separate with whipped edges, fine fleecy fljflj Regular Mayor Pascoe, Moose Jaw, will be a candidate for a third term. .i---------------------------------- Up" A AwalU the Individual whose 'phyiical and mental fit him to grasp opportunities Right food playt a big part Grape-Nuts of prime wheat and milted barley, contains In cor- rect proportions the elements necessary for building strong bodies and keen brains. This delicious food Is long Digested and naur ishing A dilly. ration of Grape-NuJs I filong with othet food is good for ambitious folks "There's a Reason" Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Windsor, Ont UL 'tlUlVJIlCpJ', Itrustees, yFstorHay wan u mam reason lor not 'JUniling1 for r eloct'on, was the (set tbat bis bus ness demanded all of his time at att ntion 10 that he oouM not gi' the school board the service it d served Mr McKillop has been one o the members of th board during past tiso years, SB although he lies te work ver much h8 feels tl at he cannot devot the reared amount of t-me to it Mr McKillop Has always, stood fo e-onomj although he has kcs es.tam that no outs would affect th eHcioncy of the schools His tern t has lepii an effective, economical an I beneficial one Jor the schools of Leth j bridge, and for the ratepayers alike 'WHEN LENA KISSES IT is A NOliafc LIKg A SAD TIRE When Al Heard U It Crscktd HI' Heart, So He Wants a Divorce He's "Eclipsed" Jersey CitjfNJ, Nov. Stolnmetz haa sued hts wife Lena for dlvowe and In testifying today declared 5that one night when he Imd his wife and o man friend out for nr automoble ride he heard sound which made him {hint something was >rong wllh a rear tire "I looked said Stelnmet? and It JOT those two kissing1 After ths couple separated In Julv Mre gala her husbard wrote her Baying his heart was craolted I said Io declsred the wife Al if you dont come back nn heart ivill break, and remember, Al atitea neurc can be racoded bm there ii 116 hqlp for ajieart which is biokon- 1 Al had Insliirce No i tie tha'1 in 1013 they hid ft party to watch ihr ecllpsj of the moon His wife tnd f friend were InHne hack yard ho Bald They wero4't looking at the moon said the husband "My wife colled to me, on out, Al loo) it the ocilnse 'No, I I said All v K1IM, 1 SHI can see Is my on-n_ocllpie Wilier governor latiV (im tke Peerage, f r the Mrs H B of Calgarv is visiting Mrs parsonage Francis at Ucstminsfrr and Mr-, R are re-. joicmg o cr the arrival of girl on FuJn, morning baby GaskelFs orchestra furnished a de- hghtiul program ot music and two extras were plaied by Miss Beryl Nimmons and Mr Dowso Among from out oi attending Miis Helen Lethbndge of Calgary Quite one of the most delightful dances of the season was that last night in the Sons of England Hall last night b> Lethbndge Lodge No 39 A F 4. A.5I Nnarly SlUv couples enjoyed a pleasant night of dancing to the strains of dine's four piece orchestra Much interest Tias taken in graceful demonstrations of newir dances by some of the guests These dances are becoming decidedly popular and the next event past wtei. has recovered will resume her usual classes on Mon day. Francis was the subject last evening very plcasanf-Bvening was soent at the home orjaVaod Mrs N H of jV.i-on, Novem her I'Uj, bung the 25th of theit when e large num ithered'.to do Candy Special 65 pounds Assorted Creams, Caramels, Jellys, Alpine Mixtures Crj-stalo, Cocoanut Sciuares, odd lines that must to cleared to make way for our Xmas Candies soon to arrive. Sell at d n SOo to 50e pound. Wlille.it lasts tonight, per pound Soap Special Palm Olive Soap, on 4 fl) _ sale toaight) per cake IUC Ladies' Night Dresses Xadies' Wiite Flannelette Night Dresses, tucked yoke. Ions front trimmed nith stltcned ruffles regular Sweater Coats S1.25 Children s Goats in plain knits Var-ifj collars ening close Up fo thfe u6Ca. size 3 to 12 years colors red tan and cadet; 're'g ff year to 2 years., Special Per pair Grocery Special per dozen Old Country Ginger Snaps per pound per, dozen No. 1 Ontario North- ern 1 pounds for Tonight is last of Fui Sale. Call m and sec oui Fui stock Qur puces interest you. If you intend purchasing Purs this sea- son, now ih youi oppoitunity. B hRhtful Jtfc ose tv at the DarsnS-iro A Ar. mE was splnt was psenM pearl creSMnt brooch "ffi u were served by the vmt Some thirt} couples ol pent in games friends contribut- (j tecitatioaf, f a-paip ol stiver mouatet to Mrs "Uirray casserole Mr and Mrs Murray were completely tak by surpnse, but responded in few well chosen irienis let enjoyed a jolly little hop m tt ingratitude io their u jets ball last e enmg Eiesllent mu ihe "1 ac w.s fuinislicd by Miss Uoyle and I was madl- f H Miss MoPhee Mrs Jas Mrs to Mr JIurfayxby W S jjoClure J B Murray, anJ Mrs W II JTor wliile Mr 3 J Tiffin read, the art ns kindly acted as natronesscs Ibe drew and Mr J H Me ravish recit- boys, are to he complimcnteii on tlic ed an ordinal poem which nas great- suiiess of the and it is hop ty ippredated cd this will not last of thest griie adiiress wns as follows this, The-Bachelrts Ball, held m the Mr an3 Mrs, N H Murlay, -I.ctjibtMtge ..._ Dcir frieniis will probably of Pythias Hall last night wondferstat; tho unSXPMted arrival ol under tne nuspices of th- local bach so nnnj; guests tills evening iSut we was largely attcndoJ and huge know- often meee About fourtv couple braved tho cold I the besb of them when 'cather, and the total pioeesds which'sincerely hope, however that vrtu amount to something like will i do not It a serious act n! th jbe to the Red Cross. So .Uiismn assemble here toni eieft' to VOUTOH Clipper was provided by tbe ladies, nfth anmvcrdjry of your [And ffened under the direction of Gno enjoxinpnt in being rM'Si Muriel Had cod palronesi- irthitir- es were Alesdamea J 0 Wilson K i i T L M Johnskmi Hugh Donnan Thoie on co fee Ksvtga, i ti and Momghan. willing- ness to help m time of need and your efiort to aid in social life of com munilj won for you both a high place in the regard ot all and have wit-lded a widespread influence for iood a symbol of our appreciation we present you, Mrs. Mr. with .thasp. gifts, .trust- ing that to LSO them mav give jon pleasure anil fhat it may serve to re- mind >ou from time to time oi this ooojsion That >ou may haio mam happi returns of the oi your wedding day -.is the heartfelt wish of each and one present this evening. Delicious refreshments concluded a pleasant evening Clubs and Societies ThovVrt Needlework club wi'l meet with Mrs D II Elton on Monday The "ioun., Ladies' class of Wesley Sundav school will tomorrow oflernoon it three o'clock Special -Agents for LADIES' HOME.JOURNAL _____ c HALL BORChEHT ADJUST ABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS HOW DOES IT SOUND (Edmonton Journal) The Alberta Gazette announces cei. tain changes authorized bv the lieu tenant governor ia council m thp muc Icipal amusements of the Village b Plncher Oil' The unrestricted 1161 of the vvord fciU ambitious com munition has produced manv absurd ities, but this is the strangest not The Ci y of Pircher Village Eczema Only Skin Deep liki A few ekm troubles originate jn the I'ood But VQTJ Dr ,Svans, LH Commissioner .and a fain ous writer on medical subjects, says "We shall ibegm to make headway with skin tye learn first, that ekin disease, does not come {rom impure blood, second soealled blood purifiers have no such action 'YOU donTM The tldn can be cleared up tlielanoliicr almost intolerable ItchmB and bunj log stopped, by local treatment, directly (o the part. Make up mind to No Ini ant and give joarselt a smooth velve completion You can do it wit i the aid of thi woiUerfu! 3) D b Prescription, i cooling refreshing a saiVj oraygrea'go; It sooffies skin opens the poles mill utw jjuica uiirco ild itnpuritjea -yij ydul-i ike a Wo'sell 51. i) ae V I, our store iodo? ODD Oo, c ;