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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta November DAILY IDITKD IV Offlw Phcnt 1H4. 774. Imlanui.'s of (lod never loiw their vigti I is I'iftlit, wrong is wrong, a soul is ji soul, find dentity i.s Selected. 1 lesstiH F. II. -Mewlnini and Miss Mrs. Will 1213 Kourlli -Avc. Mrs. W.' Puller. 803 Suvcnlh S. Mrs-. W. V. McMillcn, TwcHUl' St., 8. Mi-s. Thomas Taylor, 133fi Rcdpath Kt-. for the. firfst. tiine .sincu coming f" Lcthbridge, and not, again until the third Wednesday in January. Mi', and MLS. R. Palmer taken a suite a I the Vietorin lions. have Miss Rogers will be a Icti lioui hostess on If rid ay, .the. honor guest wilt be Miss Begin, of' .Maplu Creek, "who i.s staying at Westminster I Mrs- Wright Garland, of-'Caciiorry, Man., who has been visiting the coast cities for the bust two months, is a guest this Uoyti. week with Mrs. Hugh A Urge audinncu Is aiiiicipattnl at his big popular concert to given in the Majestic theatre next. The concert is under Uie pat3' tpe of leading Lelbbridgt) cili- Mr. .M. .I, Long, of C'anuangay spent the week-end with his sistei I Mrs. William -Clwirv Miss Dunne, of Creek, who 1ms been n charming guest, with Gladys Downer, Westminster House; returned home, this- morning, Miss Kllu Cook has to Grassy Lake to resume her duties, as I tfticlicr ot the Grassy Lake school. Mr. and Mrs. .Joe Rocbon, of Lelh- iritlgfs, are spending a few, days in the city, guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Rochon, Seventh street, Calgary Alliertan. Mr. Ohiham will entertain the mem- bers of KIIOX choir this evening at Hie home of JVU'. and Mrs. CJ. K. j Fleming.- Mr.- Oldham is leaving the city for Dululh and expects to ho ab- sent p. vear. and as the programme will con- sist of Scotch, English and Irish songs, a crowded audieuw is assur- ed.' Rhynd Jamieson will" include in his groups of songs hy request "Thu Rosary." Sir. H. T. D'Anv soprano, is certain to delight while Mr. Lavton's will he of a caicliy lure. her admirers, violin mimlierb' iiid urtistic na- wcaring a becoming costume ot crmli- row Hi tin. Begin (Maple a daintily onrbroidered creani gown. The i all-room floor was perfect, tht excellent, and the guests thor- enjoyed' the dancing. clock pointed to -tins nighi hour, dainty viands wern serv- ed. Those biddeu were Mr. and Wttdriiugilon, Hie Misses Duime, Uronkiits, 'Tripp, Nihlock (Medicine Hat, Conytware, Hogers, Hurassjn, .Eva Barassin, and. Dunne, Hijrinbollmm, rod, Dftwson, 'Scirih, Ready, Hob- ertson, T. Robertson, Rogers, Uuia den, and Wshcr. The wedding of Mist: DomiAfca Kan- kill, to Mr. John Ungurmm was fora ted yesterday, at St. tin's churrli at eleven o'clock, by the Rev J, E. Murrel-Wrlgbt. Mr. and Mrs Ingurum wilt reside in tbe city. Miss G laths Dottnei, Wcbtmln lionse, uas hostess last of a rieligliffullv informal dance, anged as a farewell courtesy to he house guest, Miss Dunne, of Map; The pretty drawing rooms wei aglow with potted flowering plant; ;olden 'mums' fragrant deep pin carnations, a note of contAst hem brought out hy graceful ferns. Mrs. Downer had donned a lovcl toilette of palest yellow satin, vcile n gold dotted net. Miss Downer was attractive! gowned in pale blue crepe, inserted i Oriental shades, and' bHic satin baud 'ngs. Miss Dunne (Maple wa Laundry Machinery We'handle and carry In stock machinery for complete 'Laundries and Dry Cleaning If you contemplate going into (his busineu we .would be glad to quote you prices. THE STUART MACHINERY CO., LTD., 764 MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG Are You Going To Skatejhis Winter? ARE YOU THINKING OF BUYING SKATES FOR YOUR OWN USE OR FOR XMAS GIFT81 If so, listen. We are selling the "Starr Skate" and have a few Automobile Skates left and there is nothing better made than Starr SKales. As to (trices, here they are: Acme 55c AcnieN. P. Boys' Hockey SOc Climax Scotia Mic-Mac Velox Arcadia IHk; Beaver Glacier......... Tube.......... Automobile "C" Automobile "A" Cycle 5 Cycle 10 Cycle 20 Cycle What do you think of themt They are all made by the "Starr Mlg. Co. We also have a good (supply of Practice, Defence and Goal Sticks. Also Pucks, Straps. Look 'tan oyer. Stafford-Agnew Co. St. Cyprian's church was scane of a qiiiot but very pretty it two o'clock this-afternpon, -.iii-n the marriage of Margaret, l-hu'il daughter of Captain and Mrs. McKinnon, Tiv'erton, Out., to Mr. Bernard Rhodes solem-' i.icd by the Rev.. Canon McMiilen. The'bride looked very winsome in her going-away gown ol" ivjth smart velvet.hat to match. Hoth bride and groom have.a host if .friends in the city, who, evlepjl: gfioil wishes for their future happi- ness 'V..-----.. Thr. bride .has a. 'resident; 'of Lethbridgn for the past amiv a while -the groom, formerly "ni Southport, England, has lived here given thflir huslmndK splondid stip Port in filling their in siatc, and also in advancing- the, wcl (arc of the community by their v en courageaieitt, and: In some liy of pliilantliropi linii effort. So nappy bku- thevexiwniMU'e .of Caundinni ,thuro IE al wayii a welconii> ready fo1-' Uii iieSv aiid'lils family and for Tliclr lloyal Higlmcssc's now bug" aipj; their ccgimi! there is as well U> personal attachment which uverj CanAdian feelt lor the descendiiKJs o the Good, and the close relatives, of. 'King of.hindl) Connaughl, the much-enjoyed feature of the winter suaiou in the capiltil, An important, pari of the social dti- lles which' fall to the lot of the Gov- his consort that of at-Opvernment House Old rThe miitress.'ijf Qoveiyment House, was before, -her 1'rincess Louise Maifaret of Prussia. Her Hoya was bom on .Inly 25th the daUKtitei- of I'rincc Freder- ick Charles of Prussia. Her marriaje io Prince Arthur William 1'atrick Al- bert, third sou of Queen Victoria, look, place on Jlaich 13th, 1879. They have throe children, of whom the eld- csl, 1'rincws Margaret, ivlll one day he Queen of Sweden. Her niarriagc to Prince GllBtavns Adolphus, now Crown Princess of Sweden, took place S, :iml they .have two little 'tons! Prince Artbur; tbe only son, not ;r stranger-in Canada, Mis Higlmcss. having passed i.ush'the country-with -some stops iy, return jouniey rom'j diplomatic; visit lo .Japan, i-hree, oV I-IK made ijiany'. friendsVm 'thevpoininion.' Prince Arthur served in..'.South "Africa in ,9fil-3. and. althquiiir. he is only t-wen- taken'-.ji goodly share in representing the sovereign in different for two years, during the latter part: Parts of the Empire and abroad. Prin- of which lime be has hoeu a valued employes of the Bwtley Co. Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes left For frnly and Kdmonton and on their VP- will reside on Conrtland SI. Clubs and Societiies The coneregation of St. Augustin's church ure reminded of the nieetiftg-'Of the Parish Association this evening, when the prognm will be of i liter an ind miistcal nature T lit. nieeluig ot the onrtg people of St. Paul's First .-LuthsrhU: church, ji announced for Wednesdaj has heel postponed on account of the lecture( .0 bo gh en in tin Y M 0 A 4- The NeeciU Club met jit .lit home of Mrs D V Smith ;erday afternoon wiicn an enjoj able jme Mas spent m sen ing and xocial ntertouise Tile club meet with Scoti 1215 Dulferm St Monday afternoon. The Daughtns and ftliitis or Dni anil mil hold their regular month! iiceling tomorrow night at the Orfi cllow s Hall Important business C II Iluestis an BJ{ Client lecture in Westminster churc ist evening On Christianity and So- ialism, He pointed out, tbat, while .some o He demands of modern society' ic church are met, others aru 110 ict, as well as they should be. Tb lurch shpuld minister to every sid lan's nature and endeai'or dnpt itself to the requirements o ID age- Socialism, as it is common understood, does not help society looks at the world as a factor; nd demands hotter machinery. Chris anity considers the world as a ith a need of good men and v.'Ortien, Socialism, which aims at the inr pcovement of external conditions, can not, bring the Joy and satisfaction which are sought by nil Christianity dealing, as it does, with' tho real is fully competent io supply mat's necdij in this regard. The speaker in concluding, paid a high tribtito lo the power and influence of Chrisfci itv. Of General Interest "If you Mvt out Rather a curious ease had to passo.l on at Watts, Los' Angeles county, hy the first jury of women ever cmpanullcd in California. An edi- tor had been in hot friction with a town trustee, and the Irnstee had used profane and language ahout tho editor. When the editor reproduced this language in his news- paper, he was arrested, charged with profanily and scurrility.. The -jury found him innocent, claiming that a truthful news story, though oflensive taste, involves no criminality. California's tfcperitiivni. with wo- men jurors has begun well, tnd Jin future development- will Ire watched with interest. M JV N'ot the least 'important ttn function! associated with GoKrnnwnt House i.i the eocial hmMilp of country, and in rrgird Mturillf much devolves 'on wife ot the The mlxtreaiet nl Govcnment Houie in Ux gutt cess Patricia, who was born on St. Patrick's day, twenty-five years ago, will join her parents in Canada a lit- tle Jainr on. The social function-of Government House has ah influence throughout the country, for during the session there visit the-capital many of the wives an.d daughters of legislators untl officials from the various par' of the Dominion. Tlip social aetivi- tie lie oi classes Sfale func- tions, and parties given in a more personal way. The aim to I Drawing- room is the great public'Sfuie func- held usually ,'thfe evening bi i one after the opening Parlia- uienl It is held m tin Senate Chamr Iwr I idles and gentlemen from our the Dominion attend to pa> their respects to His Majesty's and Ins'consort. Wives of Gahiml of high [id leidrng niembdv, whose position brings them to the capital each uinler as as many ladies socially prominent in the different cit- attend the JDrawing-rooin year while i great many oth- ers are present it, least once during tile regime ihcie is alwijs a fair i parts of the13m- pins, uilii'-'frqm The ot'-Camidu tio'iiotr'GOjijiiie to pital. lildiieaiioiiaT exhlhltioiLS, iuu! musical entertain- ments in other cities have their dis- tinguished patronage, while, charitable and philanthropic enterprises every- where arc'helped and encouraged by their sympathy, and, often their por- sonal connection, j'n all this the gracious., influence of the wife of the makes itsflf The Canadian Hcloral. MEETING OF THE ART IN OUR BEDROOMS of dehntanles the occasion m n piotid for if whom som lie' rich and chooses within Hi what nervous out Any lady or gen- tleman wlio the estab- lisheil' regulations, has tlic privilogo of being presented, bui it is to provide oneself with a card 1 the Gentleman Usher of the Blaclt Rod, in good time'beforehand. Regulation evening driss, which may j, ciab'ofnt'e as one1 hounds of good is worn, with the addition of wiiirt and feathers. -A State dinner, is given On tho evening follow- ng tho opening of Parliament, and usually Hie' King's birth, lay. The invitations to these, arc tn (he holders of high offi- cial positions, and a reception is be for Our bedrooms are pretty sure to be an index to our character. Here u, o'ur tiulet moments, and our Inmosi thoughts seem to take orm and give a certain atnioaphere o tbe room. Little personal touches ineongcious on our parts, spell out 'Ur charaet'er, which one who enters nay read.... I think we are coming to realize more and more tbat our surroundings bave mucb to do with the formation our character. A beautiful view nspirea us with beauilful tboufbU, .nd the home surround- ngs. Our eye becomes uied to bwuty .nd minioa it when It is lacking.- Tbli doesn't neceauarily mean tbat he objects that surround be ofitly. Nowadays so many really things' can be bought for half lie price we pay for loud, uyly or- amenta. Bric-a-brac simply as brie- -brae will ifaver beautify our homea. 3ur ornaments should be and acH- one should express a thought that rests or inspires us; a opy of some famous statue, a vase of erfect lines and coloring, or a rint of a favorite artist. These are of the things we 111 never weary of looking; at, and hat at some time will awaken our curiosity, .concerning the wonderful world of art. Live long with a copy 'of the Venus de Milo, and you wril simply yearn to the original In the Louvre. They Ignorant pepople who nave done the art galleries of Europe simply able to they have done so, and who have la'ugh'ad scornfully at people's enthusiasm over works of art have been struck dumb at the beauty of this Venus. There she stands alone' in her room, with a silent adoring crowd for- ever at her feet. Last year at a fifteen cent store 1 rescued a very nice llttte copy of this marble lady. What IB the average style of picture that 'hangs in bedrooms? Cromos mostly, with crude colorings and faulty lines. Overdrawn, common- POSITION OF.CiVIC OFFICIALS 6E SEAMAN HESlONS SUCCEMOR: APPOI NtiED' .At today's mooting' of the Uty conn ell.City Engineer Bln.ithaid submjt a report to the effect that 0. Sea man, superintendent of street maiu- talnenee, hud handed In bis resigna- tion on Saturday afternoon last. No explanation of this actloir of the civic official was given. .The resignation Into effect Immediately, and.' ap- pointed -Mr. McEaclloin, inspector ot iewsrs, to look after the department emporarily, recommending that the appointment be made permanent. The was adopted, Mr. jic- fochern's appointment confirmed. The International Hurvoster Co. asked for punniuiion to cross 1.1th street 7iorth with a spur track, en- closing blue print o'f the proposed (crossing. This spur Is necessary to reach the newly acquired proparty of the company on 1st.'Ayontra north' on which they contemplate building a largo warehouse in the spring. Their request would mean a continuation of the B. C. Flouring Mills elevator spur across 13th to the Aid. Oliver and Aid. Frayue were of the opinion this spur coiild be brought in from the east end .across. 1st Avc. North and.the company will be asked to consider this plan of reaching the property. idea is to obviate the necessity of placing another track across 1.1th street .crossing. A motion Asking the to submit plans, for a war from of Howl wu Hi Wsnls liulructMmf i City Engineer Bltnchtrd ssk Ing for definite Instructloni is to his connection with tbe of the street rallwi} system His piei instructions to 'be am- biguous, and he did not know who was supposed to be in charge ot rtreet work o'f tbe system. .honght that as there were many mat- ters in connection with the construc- tion of the system, which directly af- ected his department, he should be plaead in charge of the street work. Aid. Oliver brought down, a ion on this report to the effect that THE STANDARD AND FAVORITE BRAND. TO ADOPT SINGLE TAX At the city council this af- ternoon a motion was brought down that the' city solicitor prepare a bylaw legalizing the single tax system. This system will go into effect for neit year's assessment. 'esult of his resignation which wat >laced in the hands of on evening last. Mayor" Adaini nd th'a remaining aldermen all MARKETS IORAfN Innipeg Whwt firm: Open oM Ay new ecember 'ay ovember ecemlnr Cash 1 Northern 2 Northern 10094 -12V4" MK ISO 187 100% 99 188 184 dr. Blanchard be placed In charge of No. 3 Northern all street conetrucilon, Mr. Reid in charge of electrical construction, 'the leads of .the two departments to col- aborat's on alt matters affecting both departments. Reports were received from both Mr. Blanehard and 'Mr. Reid showing the estimated cost of railway to be this amount giving them about J30.000 to go'upon. Supt. Reid in his report recom- mended that tbe poles be not placed in ' middle of streets for the trolley lln'as. His idea is to leave all poles on the sides 'of streets, the power wires to be suspended theio place things, they are, that make no from. The poles on this at the Her will now -ier. Royal rives nnd daughters of those who lave dined willi the Gorernor-Gencr- I. Balls an'brilliant af- military officers and state 'Ificials appear in full uniform. The nyitatlpiis are not restricted to the fficia! act. The personal dinners at Oovern- icnt as diiUnguiih- 'd State 'given fre- uently during the season, and an in, Italian one of then Is a tn be appreciated., Balls lacking he greater formality of the State millions are given occasionally, and 'idr.iti the al's residence Is popularly as bec-n (he scene of some cleverly uicl.Ml private thfatricals. The altal- ig.and tobogganing parties are de- ghtfully informal and typically C'a- idian. Kor sonic.' years jiasf, the rakly outdoor party has been a ox.o eitract. for flavoring etc. It li Iwinn demonitrated the BentlyCo, UA appeal to us. When we consider how good prints of the masters are, It seems heresy lo prefer these poor Imitations. Just try the; experiment. Take the old pictures down, and try having one really good picture, plainly framed.' If you're fond of faces, try Michael Angelo, Titian, Romney, Reynolds. There are so many fine ones to choose from. A friend of mine, who was given to nerves, hung opposite, her bed -where she would see it the first thing in the morning, "Whistler's Mother." One can't look at that picture of beautiful old age, calm and wstfuj, without feel- ing rested oneself. Every line shows relaxation and peace. Opposite my own bed of Sarot's exquis- ite morning- scenes. A misty hangs over tire forest, through which the sun li bursting in great (lory. A crowd of nymphs dance wlerdiy in the foreground, wi'th utter abandon and joy of life. I can't look at It with- out feeling a sense of gladness and the wish to be-up too. ft's better than any rising J I wish la this country that were more imbiied with tne love of art, we find it in the older countries of world. In Italy peasant and noble- man alike pay to their coun- try's who have left behind them treasures upon which they ran feast their eyes. On holidays aid fete days, the muSeums arc rilled with laboring men and women, wlio consular this the pl'eaaantest way :o their hard-earned holiday. It came as rather a shock, however, one day, as I was in the Field musfi- nm'ln Chicago, to see an Italian work- ing man In-blue jeans with his vife and chfld, actively studying thu stat- uary. It. is not the way on this tide of the water, but why shouldn't H 03? Of course, the West is too -new a country for this sort of thing, but n-e at least'try to make our i-ouics as artistic and restful as can nnd hns bring about the day when mine- ims and galleries will he part or our national life. streets could then be used for street lighting purposes, ornamental brack ets with four lights'1- to -be placed on the poles in th'3 business section. The report was received and adopted. Aid. Goode was absent today ae a No. 4 Northern No. 5 Northern No. G Northern Feed 2 C. 3 C. No Export 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No.. 2 Peed No. 3 No. -I Rejected Feed December May July December Maj July Minneapolis Chicago1 IOH4 3914 40 '.i 73 66 65 62 100-4 103% 188 U A general meeting of Ihe Overseas Club will be tomorrow, evening in St. Aiigustin's (all to consider the securing, ol per- manent quarters and olhcr important matters. Hundreds of fruit treea were blown down by the gale In the Niagara pen- insula. LEUIH When you. contemplate covering that new office or home with Linoleum, ask us to give you an inclusive estimate for supplying and fixing. We hold a extensive stock of Floor Cloth, Printed and Inlaid Linoleum, Cork Carpet and Plain Brown'Linoleum, extra thick for public use. All linoleum supplied hy us is 'ful- ly seasoned In stock. We never use new lin- oleum which cockles up and quicklvy out. 35c SOc Best Printed Floor sq. yd..-. Hand Block Printed yd. Extra Thick sq, yd. Inlaid sq. yd. Bxtra Thick sq. yd. ______.'. Plain thick, for public use, per square Green Cork sq. Hudson's Bay Co. ;