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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta f Tui-sdny, OdolMM-.% Tftll. THE ii; DAILX IIKHALU It is the home tea of the West .There are good'roil ROD H why Blue Klbhon Is the of .It Is ffuanuitced A small amount of Dine Hlbbon makes more lea 'than a much liirgov nimntlly of other teas. The superior flavor of Dine Ribbon is noticeable nt once. Hny u packet. If you don't find It eatls- fnclory, return the bulance lo your grocer and he will refund_yonr money. CARRY U.S. MAILS BY AEROPLANE Test to be Undertaken This the Continent W-ashiiiglon, Ocl..' -Iranspor- tiitioii uf Ihe U1. .S.'mails, .across the eont-liiRiit by ..leruplanc over an of- ficially ilcsignalfi'd'Toutc by n special mail ruestisiigPt by Posl- mnKEer'-Creiieral .Hitchcock', is. a "test thai, will lie undertaken this wi'ck. Kiirl Ojic'ol the '''arming Special Tram is as follows: who jicliiuvcd-fiiiiip-nl-lihc .I'ceeiil.Nas- IT WILL TAKE ONLY EIGHT DAYS Trip to the Dry Farming Time Table The official lime card of Ihe R- I.ohg Island niRiit and. who vas l.iatlibridge ------1.00 p.m. Ocl. 14 Nassau Mini preparations: foiv-flu1... long pud peri- lous Lraiitfcmng Rcross continent from. Nrw, York lo I.ns .Angeles in his Postmaster Ar. Billings i Hy. -7.1'0 a.m. Ocl. If iirr'onler toriny; Eiutuqr.i7.infc I.ov-i ingtnn lo act UK :i mail carrier ;in'd riirccting the Postum-sler- at Xcw York lo despatch .a letter viu the ftdX'i'liiiir. unila. sAncUbn Irhnl tlic Post Of- fice department, not uiily was given to the nndci but ;i special nipil inossRiiger's route rslnhlishctl by 1 IIP' (Irpiirtincn 1. It- is the longest inai! mejisenirof route ever esiablish- nd. A special mail pouch has been j iiiiide for to carry, Llie or- dinary pouch hL'iiiK loo cumbersome and unwcllriy. The pouch will con- liiin It1 l.tcrs for Chicago as well as for delivery, in Angeles. in'.boili ciMes.'ha.vp Ueiivcr V. Uenv'er .......7.25 a.m. Oct. 1 .......8.00 a.m Ocl. 1 Itio Grande a.m. Ocl. 17 Coloriulo Siirings (j.liO, Oct. 17 hbcniiiKlriiuleil to receive anil handle the mail delivered by I.ovinglon No dale for the brjrinning of the flight hn.T yet hnnn annouiiccd .hull- Loving- tnn lias assiii'Ei! the Post OfTicc de- thai he will start, horn New York willlin R day or two. NOVA SCOTIA'S OTHER 'CABINET MINISTER Ottawa, Oci. Is now said thut K. N. Rhodei, M. P. for Cnmberlund, will be takfiii Into the cnblnet and not. John Stnnfiold, the member for Col- chcuter. HOG CHOLERA EPIDEMIC Winnipeg, Oct. is an epi- demic or hog-cholera around Winni- peg Loiulon tt Liverpool Now is the Mine lo make reser- vation for Pull ami Clirlstmaa Biul- ingB. Unexcelled Hccoinmodallon for Third Class Passengers. Closed rooms. JjHrge, new, twin-screw steamers. Special railroad fures In connection with ocean tickets to Europe, Canidian .Service. SiS. Ocl. 21; S.S-. Nov. 4; S.S. IS. CHRISTMAS EXCURSION New Deceniber 2nd. For further Information apply to any Steamship or RuMw-jy Agent. H. E. Lidinan, Cinadian Wtit 44ft MAIN Col'iido Springs '1.30 a.m. Opt. Ar. Salt Lak-e ......7.00 a.m. Or.t. 21 I'V. Suit Lake ......2.00 a.m. Oct. 2'2 Ar. Ogden .........3.00 a.m. Oct. 21' OrcKcMj Short.Line Lv. Ogden ........3-05 a.m. Oct. 22 Ar. BnLlo .........3.05 p.m. Oct. 21' tii-eat Northern Lv. Unite .........3.10 p.m. Ocl. 22 Ar. Sweet Grass ...3.55 Oct. A.'It. 1. Lv. Sweet GrnsB ...1.00 a.m. Oct. 2.1 Ar. l.Kthbrldgc ...Ji.4n a.m. Oct. '23 It will be noticed Iliat [he (rain will arrive back in Lethbridge at G.J5 a.m. on the morning of tho 23rd of Oc- tober, should satisfactory to the business man ns h'a.will only be away From home Hbont eight days and in that two Sun- days are devoted to travelling. The en'iil'niGnt of this train will bo thp finest -that' cajf Tie furnished by the Great Northern Railway. It will be electric lighted throughout, four twelve section and drawing 'room stnndtml Bleperc, oil's sixteen section standard B lea per, pno dining car, one first class car which -will bo used HE a lounge room and foi com mi tine meetings and onte dynamo baggage Reservations are coming in fast from nil over Western Canada, in fad only twenty-three more names are needed to make up the gunrjn- teed number of pase-engers. For all information and for reser- vations on this train write to Fred. W. Downer, Lethbrldge, without de- lay. BeaiitH'iilly illustrated folders showing th-e different points of In- terest visited on this trip will be furnished on application. tOITIO BV "INO" 1214. RtlldMtt 774. "Upon hills, in, -many a field, The honey been hum Blow above the cloiur, Cleaning the latest swnetB.ilt's bloom may yield, And knowing that lliolr harvest time Is'Over. :i lullahy. halt H knell, Fnrcwcll, sweet summer, Honey-laden summer, Say Mr. W. D. Steele is spending a- f days In Medicine lint. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Senl will arrive in the city from Killarney, Man., to- morrow. Mrs. and Mrs. A. J- Irving return- ed from the dial yesterday after- noon. Mrs. F. W. Downer will receive ui Thursday afternoon for_tlw first lime since rstiirninx from nbroad, has gone to the coast and expects, Lelhbridea on her return trip. Lord and Lady Roberts, with tlic Ladies Aileen and'Edwlna Roberts, arc spending some time at Doritwlcli. Miss Watson, of.. Stirling, is a yucst for a few days wKh Mrs. Lundy, Sec- ond Avc. Mr. 0. Virtue, a law student in S. I. Shepherd's office, wire taken to ihe GalL hospital yesterday, suffering from in attack of typhoid .fever. The Conservatory _Mueical mid Dra- :natic Club will hold the initial prac- tice for the opera "Pinafore" on Thurs Iny, Octol'.cr 12, at the CoiiEerviuory. Whicb would no doubt Hoop many who lia-il inlcndcil going to bridge on" Sa'-turday. Mr. and Heed returned lo Miiclood un day morning. Mrs. Sun- Tho which was to have been held at tbc liomfe of Mrs. M. L. Peck, In8l under ihu of the, Lady Macubees, wat; on ncoounl -of the niiBullnble wtntiiftr. The social will IA- -held on Monday livening next, October Uth. The recently organized Auxiliary 10 the Relict Society nr-e exceedingly grateful to .Mr. A. M. Ritchie for, the lonii of a machine, in response to yes- LfiiHluy'i appeal. Mr. Ritchie's kind- in acllnii; BO promptly Is duly iipinunliitcd by the Society. Airs. Cran, who IB the an- DiorosH of "A Wuinan in ev- idently does more -ilmn wrlle and travel, for filie goes in for breeding cata. Sbc owns two pedigreed ere.i-. tures, whose names are "Blue .Cloud" and ".Madame MoiiBlo." An informal dance holtl in U c Parish Mall, Macleod, on Prlday even- ing in honor.of. Uulloy and Alle.s Donglns, of Toronto, who are visiting fricndK In Maclcoilv The dance was In evary way a BUCCCSS. .Messrs. ney and Ryan .supplied (he music, ich was .the best heard in Mac- leod for ome time. The Toronto Women's Press Club mot Wednesday nri-arnoon for their first monthly meeting since May. Miss Marjorie MflcMurchy, prnaident of the Canadian Women's Press Club, who attend'ail -th-a Coronaiicu in June, e n graiiblu account of London, at the time of the celebration, find of the scene in Westminster Abbey Club vt'KH celebrated with a dinner nl (hi Alcxindrn Holol Thnndny eron- The honor ffuenU were: Mrb, MurKiirul A, of Toronto, Do- minion of the club, Pulloii-Ucrry- of Hug. The hi' ItlHl moinbordhlp of tho local branch will bo about 14, flvn of whom are Iblu for Hctlvu In the Do- ininiou club, timires aic- takph from UK- Twi'lflh tJeinns n'porl: of llio I'nlled Slutuii. Tills ucjiuit lliiil ot" tlic hitndi'td three pccupalions tucoid- od, nine oiiii an: nOl Invailcd by fcln- lH ..Mflry Helen CarllHlf, the well- known London rmlntcr, is' vlnltlrif; lu Canadil, nnd IH at pi'oscnl lu V unco li- ver. ijorlraiu In pnstcls and mln- afurofl of the rdynl family have lier Into miidi prominence in IfliiKlaud. AinonK the miniature portraits nn; t.lioie of Iho Into Quoon Victorhi, Quc-en Alary, Dlax, Cecil Rhodes nnd many others. 'With tho exception of the iiilniiHurc of Queer. VJctoriiv, now. in, I lip. possession King POI'BO. tile abovo jtaintinpi arc all In the -exhibit. She has also n number of landscapeE arc all n the medium of pastel. t.'hicf tlii'Ki1 nine whprc -nvjii j hold undisputed sway ni'o, the inlli- lary nnd nuirini1 lorcL-s, fircnuiit in UK; lire conductors in Iraniivayb fiiid brassworlwrs'. A few L'MimulciMiru of UK: number o! employed in voca- lions Ilioughl usually to. belong men. Two wonu-n arc i UHJ jtlacc nf uioloi'uiPii, arc boilcnn-.iki-r.s. ion urn doing Mm work of bajniiii-L'iiK'n, twrlv? arc IIV.'-SSIMI- KITS, fouiy-tlvi1 drive railway locoinn- fine iiuiiiliTi) nnd Miii'u: ilii- iiiivil us .li'TiteriiniHh ITS PURE DECLINE SUBSTITUTES ilftcksmitli, while five hundred for her Coronation tvare of the. finest eigi'i women m tlit I'niiod while kin, liuifihod above VIDOW. are uiiicliinisl.s. j with cxuulBll-g embroidery Bliovink a thin line of "llio rich shade of the apteildld 'iraln. Kyslel. hol'as were em- broidei-ad tlirongh which weite drawn Liny Rolil cords wllli tassels. rk Park races brought lonelier ;i brilliunl gntliuring. Oii (he first j" l'f'rhlre. L. Bordcn. Mrs. AVillium Cleary had ns week- end guests her mother, Mrs. Lone, of Barrie, Out., her skier and brother-ln- Tbc Ilm'vesf Festival fil Westmin- ster Church lasl evening was successful, no! wit hs la n ill nrr the nuny weal her. Mr. Grey acted as chnir- man, and iby following pro- Brain WHS mosi favorably recoivcd: Anthem, Choir: vocal so- lo, .Mrs. Alexander; rcciiation. Misa Hntler; solo, .Miss Si mm: ad- Mr. ami couver.-and licr broLllcr, of ,1. U parly fur r of iB JTjof Uggan. J const this r iston to, Mif of Ibe lale hient.-Oen. Sir j Hutler and Lariy Huiler, HAH- 'sba. County -Tlpperary, Ireland, will etfib'.ye, f.'incv Eoods were nucMo'ned off by .Mr. Wilson, who matin a vuy fine auctioneer, selling out evcrylliing bclori! ihe close of the v.vcning. 15 HOURS! IB our lime, everybody, eip'aclally. Iho'yoiing people, ihouliMif able''to apeak''ihe only ,languages iinlversnlly used, English French. Wouldn't you be plnxaed to loam Hie pure Kronen eonverention In 15 hours? I limrnnlee rour with tho Borlllz uictliod. n purely imtiiral methofl without (raniilali.on. .'IS; tavsopi Rt homo. Write lo JOUKDAiV, Victoria Minslonl n .tcrdny nflernooii for (be first lime. ceiv-ad with were" aglow and lake place in the Bromplon Omtory, on October I2lh. The Home Missinnary Society of church will meet tomovrow (Wetlnead.i.O ;il Knox chinch at nipht o'clock, iiiul nol on Thursday nifiht as 'ininlvcn Irmly staled In yps- Icrdav's palicr. lier. The drawing qilnntillca of car- chrysanthemums. Tl e hoslcsi WHB nltriLCIively in old rose Ellk. doinlily trimmed j cream Incs. Mrs. SprlnRln wae j ing n JtecomiiiR hlnck nnd ivhl.e rnis- j wltlj toiirhes of Mack sntln. McNlcol who was richly I ntUrcil hi d.irk bine chirron, inoulilrd j on Krny nilk. A large cnllod durlni; the. reL-eivlng liours lo 'vi-1- come AinhroSfi and to in .selecting gifls nt t'litistmas, Kas- gloves from the Ancleiit AVol- te.r, birthdays, clc. As I make sifl's, shlpfui Company of Cjloi-ers in J make note of them, to avoid du- j I-ondon. They are of the finest mjcs monsijuetalre reaching almost to I he .shoulder, worked on the back with Ihe Royal Crown and n article appearing, in, the Minne- cypher, and lip toua Hnlshed with a apolis Tribune gives some iiiicrcstinj; band of gold embroidery in I.he de-[ an office that she mny hnva-biiai- ,iils of Hie occupations in which sign of rose, shamrock and. thistle. "esslilie methods of thought and'flc-. nisincss women are. employed. The I The pair given to Queen Alexnndru Uion." Ing results in tho best order in the house with the I'jjiEt work. "A woman should so systematize her liouseivork. wh-ather or not slid liiiK servants, that she may have at least llnv'.c or four lioura rest a day: Tliia cnn be done, for J hnve.knoyn women who do It. They are; happy and conlen'-icd. woinen-.who' have bean in business and have Jearn- Uie Rreat vnlue of system' ''and tlui'3 aavinjf. "I think that it would be Bpod Ido'i for every yoiiiia woman who contfimpliitea marriage lo tnk'e a coui-se In biifllness, lo fiD spine work Hudson's Bay Company Our Special Sale of Dress Materials and Ladies' Fall Suits Continues at a Brisk Rate To-morrow and the remainder of the week we are offering the Dress Materials and Ladies' Fall Suits that caused such a sensation in our last week-end sale Ladies' Fall Suits in serviceable Twcccls, smart Fnre cloths, Pirn- nimis find Serges, sails ihiit.'jirc exquisitely tnilorod; linings .-nifl l.i-ini- niinjis nil of rho licsl. in fad they were o'nv ro-gular slock nnd lie al -S'Ju. nnd some oven -83S. however, giving. our ciiS-', (omers tlie exceptional opporhinil.y and placing lliein on sale iiHatone: price Hijjfli (.'lass Fjishioiiiihle. Dress in a innlt.mide >OL Weaves', Panamas, Knkel. Ololh, Serges. Tweeds, riroa.d Gloth, in a large range of heanlifnl colorings sn'ilahle i'or pre.seni: wear. These cloihs ai'e good value at and even as..we count il at Ihe Hay. We had bought very heavily, however, and they -are. fast (li.sajjpeiiriiio1 ;il, por ynrd...... Dm'lH'ssr A wonderfully effective weavo of allk Uiat conic-J In the softoBl of Pnatcl shades. Ivory, pague llelioiroijp, flnxe Uluo nnd Pink. The width, Inches will appeal to ninny who bltherto h-.ivo only .boon ublo lo get silk In Ihe widths. T-lio prlco also commenda it na a honiitlful mater- Inl nt a moderate price; 39 Indies wide J 1 "7g 65C Satin Roninainc most hcautlful of all fabrics for evening wear is most popular in high circles for the Iireu- em season. Our new stock contains many beau- tiful shades of Plnlt, Sky. Chainnnsnc. anie Blue and Mnnve, as well as and Black. The price, IS.OO per yard, is wonderfully rca-jonnblfi when the wirith, -12 inchcy. nnd the AA beauty of the material Is considered. The wcdcHns'of Miss Worn Hell, rf Whitewocnl, Sask., lo .Mr. .1. Hspd, prlncipnl of Ihe Marlnofl public I frJliiaiiilzcil In Ixjt.L- branch ef CAWiullun .her chnnnlnj; liuiust guoet. Th'o- of I hi- Cnlgary Hair and Hair Ornaments in Brilliant Display Our Block of Swllclior. Hnir Curls, nnrrotloa, fancy Hah- Pins and other ornaments. In indeed i orll- llanl display mnny novflllcr, direct from Pnrltt nnd Nciv York, never beforo scon In the city. Our show cases re'vem many slrlliluc creatlont at nrlcca LliRt fairly nnlonlth .von, HAIR noy- Bllles hern will p.den- llon. In atrlklnc Orlonlnl col- oringvi and effects from lo ,t3.00. SWITCHES 111 every jiUlr 'Jlmdp HAIR CURLS from-51.00 to BARRETTES In a variety of the latest ParlB designs; IMiH Pins ibd Fiincy Hair Pins for evening wear In dnz- xliilK array, at -prices 25c up. THE STORE OF QUALITY, STYLE AND VALUE ;