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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Sill in Ocfomtr i, i'.nt. UAiiA OfflM Phon. 1824 Phone 774, cinnnl mound us oipoi il K( ul of the K N M P arrived iff Medicine Hat from l.uLli bridgti on Thursday Tliwi! will hi! a meeting of Ihc Ofli slunl In tin, smp'ismj, Mil My and ilinlUplictly-of of hl.'iuiiv, of m-atiuii, by form or In1 color or by bulli cullodi. t LI U Ho ml of clulicb it tin klosi. of tli( uioimnfs suuu loinoi visiting I row Miss I M Mil lildin IriiMids in Hal j I I lie of tile Conservatory II I'. Willis.- of 'l.i'tlibridco, is, .Musicnf and Club are rc- a sliort vacation Item with iqnesli'il to rciviL-nvbor lhal Hie first Mai Mis L of hLlltulli Out is ilit st of IK i ihiuJiUi Mis l i.d iiick Sixth St s itlitirsil foi I'iinfou In- hold ;it tliu roiisurvaloiT, (Xtnliti J2tli on Mis I' (.oinbiaic In tbi IKSIL of i kiUluii i for Miss 1 uitlii tl iiiln Mi 1 nvlcr of iw I istun I H ink [l I ibrl x is in l'it Yi'sti'nljiv for tin1. Welsh Oioir con- Klaittc (.'onybcaiv, who I visiting u'ilh Mry. I'ingU1 L-iiie Hal. arrived home this llu uul of nt, I ind nu 10 imot at I hi loum of vlis i Ifil Sixtnih s nn OUoh ci Otli it f o Kill-liter Ahout Unval Welsli CiioTr, let me toll jusl' a icy Ot LhiKiiiosL tLtivc points I nutiuil' on Monday afternoon iijl positions fn r6ncitd orrnin ilh huv thn cm neur do tint In (lit so tilled mfuioi will SWPH not tfndt ir the in nnins [selves lo ntnv friends hy cutting the oJd -1 Such people tn nut entitled to lie because no Icniuoii. Miss roctress has iHTi! he out a 'ei'ii Mbtt, kimlergnrten di- at Westinjnslor school, who ill wiili. tonsilitis, is to I jt'ii i Mi 1 hu i M rnis uul Mis Miplc d rctiiincri I illi hei p 1 Olj I la downhill) a Kiln lino voi c foi mo Hwfp lie loiiKctL-to bc> Hume Is Bftlloi, home fiom the Vnd the AuiiU) IK me fiom ilif hill t> A Off THE RIVER BOTTOM; Won't sit mophig hy the roadside And think your good, times ited; 'I'liero'y fun and 'fun aplenty Won't act atunp, el Quo btifcfit of HvJiiB In UthhrldtitV ii. Hint >oji lie thioun on voui own dfcpV' foi amusement and likp Gnnford 1 idles %o like to think our umiisojntfiHs are a hit superior to any irendy-mnde public pastimes. Pic- nics iimy be a bit old fashioned., hut who does not sonic eepe'c illy -good time ono imd at one of these Informal attains. Let. mo tell ou about one we had last week on Jourdan I Withes to thank tht> persons who increase Ife num- for nf pufif'i asks their patronage French conversation in 15 hours Vtctona Mansions lliey swallowed; and tlm hoy with feet, who was always' fulling over thorn, lint goodnxms. wa didn't j notlcu any of these things, anil .en, in- even able (o laugh at Ih6 inotbifkl mold pot joke of (ROBBED STORE OF FIREARMS bei ol the patti and tb gping some the 1 think the fust a shame a lot of good ilnne go to q, i ip abolit. it h> delighted Murphy Downed in with the. idea FjSopJe staitsd to. r call past corn roasts, anil how they nnnatul tnd tliQ bom man i0ei h ui asserted let her have-full sway I uu afraid I am like Jwroine K. Jerome. tluiiin uould mine jelici me fcieatef joj thin to sit anil ccssurlly wound Hit- feelings of oth-! "'ulc1' otlrer work when f The- very names imply consider alion for the rights ui ill they Tjie are 'enjoying H. Joh jea I foigot to say "Olive llavics loi t left yestenlay she lip the sues! of her sislcr, Mrs. W Xiven. Twelflli tbe next few months: tin Ullrtl in LI iLk chltToii tt ith ire silptllot ill I while hud trimn ,ng mil hi ick hit Ml soon bi. iliwox rul ln( o oftin i knol i with plumes, poured tea. inoiibisli piople donn uoiii thur I hick rl e suggestion 1C. .11. Wilson, who cut the loft on ptopll ire su jtaken up ices, was wearing a him; crepe de perior. to .tlieniselves in inlellecl to I-1 Well, it was an-ideal corn i Chun mill Ii iiclits of I'll siKJint, mil good iiunmii lln-j mav I We sat around the Blowing fire uul Had lul vnth feithus Miss, lot It is i el! ofi toasted -corn for us. weiltb lint while ilc Mrs. VY. Hpllie'rlnn anil little from Bristol, on tlic Royal George. rfji'-Wcilhc'sday, and arc due to arrive iii ahout the ISth insl. Oil their arrival Mr. and Mis llolbuton will till 1'P nsid net it I2'l Siith The Ladies' Aid of St. Andrew's church will meet on Wednesday, Oc- tohci tllh m tin. thuich to ir fci l silt 01 Uoll ind also tn 1 ist ior Macheti, m cliimingni unit Uilacl; hat with and Miss spiscs -money, -the mere possession of Downer, in plum colored velvet with it is certainly no criterion 'of the son, ulm ut cl tin saint, shade paspdjs'itin ish ch persons are fitted til- Ji nl Minds Aiming .the guests were Mrs. Mur- Mrs. Harelip. Mrs Niismth Mrs Stirnos Mis- ton Mrs MicAciuu Mrs Ut Mis Nonrst Mis I lenins Mrs Vis V itle Mis Pen Mrs oiu lie-in Mrs ind llie MISM Ilinlii M (Cll'gnn) lirs tone Ilclthei (ndmonton) Macbrlh Aric in 1 llnidie pleti iri-mncmenti [01 their wcoail I ruin in I Downei annual fowl supper. Kvcry .moir-her i kindle to iltend this me t After Supper Sale 7.30 to 10 p.m. A Great Bargain In Go-Cart Fancy, Natural Finished, Gd- Cart strong, light and will fold up so as to take very little room. Regular value To-night Only Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Hull Block 3rd Ave. S. PUUson 'One ol the mentil thin Vis stoldard J id of thte BC Sunset 1 noticed during mv in Oniino the fiet thi women in thai, province are tulukiiif seriously ahout the suffrage questioi for their ANomeu die tint ire captble of rhuctiofst of lepi-oscntitiou as Iheir and brotlmre and .'thinking hard on the fabnip in: Princess Patricin-is mucli crstinj, tli in most ptisons ni Tu Lius (I tighter, of tin Dulc of Cnniiaiiglii is decidedly pcctty wliicli is mote limn can be said oi her sister, oi' for her cousin, Rna Queen of Spain. In addition in her cliiirnis of person, aim lias r hriglilncRnO': (fispnsition and a vivji- city of havt- made hci generally popular, especially .in Frc I ind i smi'e ind i hon mot i( long way. Pc.rliaps tlic fairies of luid of liuc IMCI MI lh to this i nnl pimct ith lush unit lor she was horn tm Si- Patrick's Day. 1880 nil i.s -said to he proud of the niek- r.airw, "F'rincciis Tim Crown Princess Of Rouinqnla la admired everywhere she goes, foi' not only is she a very pi'atty woman hut sho understands -the art of dress to perfection. She is the eldest daughter of the lat'o Duke of Saxe- Cobourg-Gothe (the of hiirgh) and is of course, a niece of tho late Kins Edward ant! a cousin of Kiup George. -The Crown ..Princess is a ci'avcr violinist, On-e hies is the collecting of bot- tles, of which she has a large valuable assortment. Her little j daughter. Princess Aliirie, is eleven' years oW, and she had two 'Other daughters and two sons. DHL new Governor-General ami his iainii', arc. told, urc cxcticclingly popular mmnhcrs of tlie royal .srt. It doLiii not in'any way affect Ihrir dig-' nity, that, they are simply natural, without any ifPfeclation whatever, and herein lius the secret of Iheir popu- larity .Wouldn't if be a splendid thins, if there were more people like i them, for then snobbishness would dipafiHcar altogether Did ii ever strib.R you a dreatlful lii.Il 'talc siichvi narrow spirit is'.' Hjit-opje nnv quite sure of their own social' po- sitions, Itiey have not llti1' slislitcst- iieeil to be snobbish, and, if Ilify are, hrtraj nt nnrc. that they do not rt'allv hnlonp lo the place, thoy (cihl to fill in Koriet.y. Uou unhapp) sudi, people arc for they are in constant terror of losing their foothold ami slipping, It is absolutely certain, tlmi; no one can to litr'ill-hreii enough to he a snob. I NO. npberl Louis- Srcvansou was born in 1850. He gra'duated' the- Edinburgh University, and in 1875. wa.s_ca.Ilcd :o the Scottish Bai ]3utill him nnd when every thing looked bright ami promising his informed liim b-a had the dreaded disease, con- sumption.. give...up--all thoughts of busing, and lend a. rov ing life in search of health... Bu Robert Louis Sltfvcii-son possesed an indomknble n hive failed lie ma of nib lif> a success je tt viiQi great li ahan now whole nttention i tmg this MIS done i bed atfd th a nnn possessing' such and iihng bodj ceijld vM life and adxcuturo nbttunjp Aliou of maivelloua Bui when M of bin mi itinatfoa -t He loved God's out-of-doors, and ad- ventures on land and sea. His fancy pained at jull hx. sailed fie ace in TUlh bnld lie iisitod stiangp lands, and hn -.sought for 'buried treas: Thus IM has endeared himself :o every boy's Iraart, His "Treasure Island" 'is incomparable, and Is throughout the Jand. Other. of-' adventure he wrote, "Kid napped" standing out next in merit. Is it a-small fching to bring a smile to n child's face? I heard a gieat nan remark: "Children are tfx only real people in the world." Andj ly a groat man can understand them and talk 10 them in their owu 'a. and bring smiles- Jo tie- mire little faces. Hans Christian An- ferspu was one inan-Vho couidi, -Rob- ert Louis Stevemon was another. flTs 'Child's Garden of Verse" is treas- irert in vevcry fortunate en- ough to haw, it. And many a wee tpt can' recite at morning Arising: Birdie with the yellow bill Hooped upon the window sill, Cocked bis shiafug eye and said, ;A'in't you .'shamed, you al-sepy f Juij person Chief a. is of r! Ol> (that the was bj prii der tlw chaperones we onels latelj leleasct1 .from tbe go homenaids I aluavs feel like the cl'a! df] little: girl at the parly who, when the )ick.2t; tllls ]ftBt time to. go, remarked ji) Rreat outitned wonderment, "but 1 still feel dandy I think everybody was loath.to. hyive hilt 'tt'e'-made1' up -our mlnrts 'Ibis j uhouldn't be the SM only by traintj Cortttimu Corset I run. AppoinicWnB lo yow c fhnnt or tenet pott terd MISS V.: O'CONNOR Acadia Blk., Ltthbrldgt tlons'of thefi-a men In order to cuulodv At noon Ma od very -important bid 'obtained, and it liktly xihiif important arrests bearing on UietHse made W morrow. The articles from Utere wpre two her Johnston reioheri rtTiu dm 1 f h flllfl Smith and vei four dOze-l aaorfed pocket knfle's -ftrei- one numhereil S312: 400 roirad of munition ind one Carbo nelic f I oils K ironsl-i hangtd Inn M-li in I ul an 'insane Ste Malta Hudson's Bay Company Furs of amazing beauty are now to be seen at The Bay The world's greatest fur traders for over two and a half centuries. Surely this is a reputation of which we may be justly proud Oiu sfocU ol luis Idi ihis is bctloi llian skins of ilu most uiie uul bc.iuiiliil .uo hleiulccl and into fo.iK, collriu unilf-, and olhci .irtu Ics oi appiuel by Im i IPJS skins sek'cirtl I lie w oil u ion lest experts HJIMIIO geflino possible fm moncv b> puroliasing A 0111 I Hi's lioinn 1iini lirsl and ioicniost 111 tlic lnr maikets of c Wo ilc! Cosj Sweater Coats Our new stock of Sweater Coats for Ladies reveals some striking novelties, ospcclilly in the new thiioqmiter length coat, knit from exceptlomlh loft fine long slaple wool it pos sreses a very distinguished appearance. In all white, lovely shades of tin with nhile'cuffs anil facings and many plher ex- tremely combinations. We also, hold a full range of Sweater Coals In such' color comliinnlions as grey trimmed Irlmined cardinal, cardinal trimmed blue nnd .many others, Ladies' Underskirts Ever on the lookout for all that IE newelt and.best in lie World of hive been successful In ob taminB a moet mnduful range ot Ladles 'nilrnkir 8 in that beautiful nwterlal, Satin Roumnlnc No material can compare with .'-fchlB for softness-and' lustre of finish and the .colorings are beau- tiful in the extreme. All .shades of blue, grey, hello- trope, rose, brown, green, etc. are largely represented and the price Is so remarkablj reasonable aa to place'the.m within- tbe -reach of Overalls We have just taken deliv- ery ot a special purchase of Miese most iracful garments, in extra fine quality ISiiylUih cbnmbray, and other materials; sonif very prctty cffects are ehoivn In slixe blue trimmed with Grcci'lan braid; stripes, spots and plnin colors, both with aolf colored trimming, cross stripe trim-' ming alia" color combinations. A very. Cine selection and of such value that lo see is to The 'Buster' Wfol Cwat.i V Vy All Ideal Cluld 3 Oont high at neck, moat warm and cqmforiafjle, in colors, cardinal trimmed 01 l rimmed cardinal f .All filrln' HizeK, t College 8w enter Coat This coat buttons and oil down the side; it Is tho most popular of nil swealer coals, affording'moil- Fiotectios) to tho chG-jt. In cardinal'and. navy, groy'and cardinal and trimmed cirdinal Ul siiCj H Very Special Value, ijtt.OO ,Giris Fine Wool Sweaters An exceedingly comfortable garment, for school wear, buttons on shoulder nnvy and cardinal. Sizes for from; 4 to 8 'An Exceptional Ladies' Dressing Robes and Sacquess V A- display oj1 .Ilic'sp, will .sreel: all visllors DcpurLmo.iil. on llie Si'tioii'd Floor. I'lidchlowns grey, vicux rose, ofc., wnrmly lieMJitiml- Iv i'riiniucd. nssomncnt iiiid wti such valiKV. -The prices range I'rom i. ;