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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta .LI) i i.iV, TROGRESSO" most popular over- coat in Canada to-day. Originated, perfected and patented by the makers of famous Brand" Clothing. Worn by hundreds in every section of Canada. Mrs. Borden at Home The Wife of the Prime Minister at Her Own Fireside "PROGRESSO" is for all climates and all weathers, made in all sizes, in a great variety of new and attrac- tive patterns. ice j I'i has boon my pleasure to sec Mrs. H. L. wife of the premier ot Canada, just twics. j Once was when I looked down upon j fit'-r from fh-e ladies gallery during j tho ceremony of a certain op-enlng of Parliament. The second time was i whvn I sat in her own c-osy drawing room and we chimed together in lira Marvellous is a women's memory in what men call the Insignificant matter of dress. Very clearly do I yqu laughing while I confess my- self as being able to affirm that upo'n both occasions .Mrs. Honleii was dress- ed in shades of lilac. j Vet I do so affirm, and, moreover. this memory feat of mine is one I which extends onr a period of five- j years. But why scoff? 0ns remembers ant' nlos' Poignant impression she the end of one's clays the soft tints llatl ''waived from a trip she bad at that white she know people In Oltaiva thought hor oid-faBliloned and even (as she put II) "close." she was more willing to bear criticism than she was to Iresr the thought thai she throwing her influence on UK side of extravagance and excess, or that she was adding to (lie burdens which her no means a rich to carry, tlio addi- tional bunton of uncertainty and con- cern In matters of household expen- ses. Mrs. Horden, feminine to a degree, s what one must call a woman's wo- man. Women and the concerns of wo nv-Mi interest her to an astonishing ex- She has high ideals, for her se.v. She has giini pride, also, in her sex's achievements. 1 nulMd the wife of the new prime minister what was th-a most Impor't- reminded of him whm ho says that a true woman rnim-s "home" IB always around her: "The start; only may tic uvur her head, tin glow-worm In tin, nlshU'old KTIIBS may ho tire only fire at Iwr font, but Houi'j In yet vvlrerc she Is; and for a nohlo woman it atrotcitos far around hor, bettor than ceiled wiill cedar or with vermilion, shedding its iiulcl light for Uiuse who ?lso was Uonwiess." KANFA.V. FINAL MAJORITIES IN ONTARIO RIDINGS Toronto. Oct. nmjori. of successful candidates in tin. recent elections I icon ly roliirnliig officers in the following ridngs: Hriico j. Donnellv Con- wrvnrtve. 103. Huron icrvalivc, til -.lames Howinan, .Children Often Need -u -w cartful you Rlvo them. Harsh purgatives Injure the bowels ind the way for llfe-lonjj troubles. The new mouant In docs .the work iTMBt effectively without Irritating tha ioweli -tuslng any discomfort. The children like they lute Ilka eantly. Ons of the moat popular, of the 2Jc. bax. K ycur drucelst has not yet stocked them, csnd 25c. arid wv.wlll mail IhaB. 20 PI-HE and Clirmical Company UmiUd, V DAMAGE FROM NOT RAIN VERY SERIOUS ''Uranium, Ort. completely lie country was soickocl by htmvy nuns vlilch .pvevSilc-d niitil a few days iigo. Imost without interruption Is nppar- "I from ilre fuel ihnt iilthoiish there been (lullRlitrul summer weather for fottr ill- five (inya, yory HUte of the of a charming face, [ho quick light in a pair or and ihtei'ligoiit eyes; tireii why not. the especial shade of j satin, velvet or cloth best suited to frame the face, ;is well us to impress the eyes upon the retina Of the brain? MADE ANO GUARANTCCO BY H. VfNEBERG CO., LIMITED, SOLD WITH A QUARANTEt IV MONTREAL. McKEI-cVIE McGUIKE LETHBKIDGE GRAND PRE BIRTHPLACE OF NEW CANADIAN MINISTER BY J. F. HERBIN, IN THE TORONTO. GLOBE. Grand Pro, in .Vova Scotia. 50 well I where over the Annapolis Wiley ,is .the scene of Longfellow's I tine orchards abound. the roads kvanselme." gains added interest at I are bordered .with apple inter- the present lime because of its asso- spersed with grand old elms and oaks. and maples and the Acadian willows. Neve- before has Nature Iresn so lav- ish n-ith the harvests; of fruit. It is everywhere, and in exceeding abun- dance. This honre is only glimpsed Hmt time recently taken with her hus- band through tl.-j West to tho'coast'.' And she returned me fhe answer -that all impressions she reckoned important the impression she hud re- ceived of the home-making qualities All great artists tell one that there the woniiin. is moi'j psychology in color selection I Boi'den did not quote Riiskin. than the world understands or will i wh" sne to tell of that Jour- acknowledge. Well, be tflat as it may, -the wife of the premier is In truth not only a very gracious and attractive woman, ney acrosi the prairies and into, the hill country of our great Dominion ing the very bail roadu occasioned by the "heavy rains. U-oIlvery is .fallliig off now, and with tho rush to finish thresh'inj; and yet_ fall jylowing done, vmy llsht delivery is expected until tho country freezes up. MILK RIVER FARMERS CHEERFUL .Milk Hiver, Oct. A. Liberal, j ivhoa't '.dflert .out 'suVfSuv'io 'Mllk fit. 'l2.-Tlireshlng (threshing to be reauiucd uiifll todav. 1" River district. A- I.iberal, I.Thl.s morulng .some- of Hie IhresllinR has been.some climctilty to arc httaril In a'll directions anil linncls'but all machines are i-1" -o J' iif .weather now .prevailing 'he fine weather is help- XjlMlbCl I atl VP. i 1: ._., p Conservative. 5Sir. Ontario Smith, Con servatire. rlaln'for fortnight "tliro.sh6re j will inivo everything cleaned up tough ilhis dktrlut. After the terrific rains "ncl lire of'the -new Pre- mier of Canada, Robert Laird Bor- Born iu this little village, re- plete with memories, and living the first tweniy years of his life amid the t'jautiea of its mead- ows, fields and orchards. Mr. Borden took with bim into larger fields of activities the manly qualities which have since marked his life and led him to the wmineiit place he now oc- cupiei. After a year of absence from his na- tive Province, he'rei.urned to the land of the mained in Canada.1 Grand Pre home several times a year.. latt visit to his mother's house wa-j the day after his political vic- tory, to which he fed his'party. In this pleasantly-situated home he 'spent'the. time with his mother and quiet of the little vil- lage, wlnrr.-the days 'of his youth -were spent.Land where the man w'as moulded for. thek gr'eat tasks of jjoil-' tical life. birjjest man in Can- ada at that time, he y'at spent a few liourg in the priyacy of this lovely home. i proud "day'it was for the kindly heart of his mother and sis- ter in that country village in -Vova Scotia m-ken tile world was heralding 'a notable political victory under'th'a leadership of a worthy son. Friends I and followers everywhere were eag-1 er to honor him, wbi'le Ire gave to the quiet of his mother's roof the trib- ute of filial love. The Annapolis Valley never looked lovelier, nxrapt in blossom time, than when the photograph of the Borden home was taken. It shows the land- scape at its time of the hanwt. la the centre of the village of Grand Pre, on a fine slope, .Mr. Borden's early home rests, among fcbe .apple and ornamental trees that beautify the place. else- t] from the highway through a forest of j irees. From the viewpoint of the camera the eye may see beyond and aboia the 'trees the purple slope of Cape Blomidon and the beautiful Bas- in of Mtnas. The tragedy of 1755, the deporta- tion of the Acadians, made way for the English settlement of Grand Pre Later, the coming of the Loy- alists fixed the establishment of Br'l- simple'lifV'oT sentiment and connection in h-r sir.iple house dress, vvhos-a folds tii-i heartli tinted with fires of amethyst, 1 think of her with the idea of the aesthetic taste is still a picture. And stronr as is th-a memory of the aye is Uie memory of the ear. a few of the things ild you thai Mrs. j_to'.'den said to me? -My remembrance of our conversa- tion is a reir.ttnibra.nco tinged with a sense not of Puritanism exactly, but certainly with an idea of restraint and self-control such as belong tq the iKSt traditions of Canadian life. Mrs. Borden with me on the of the upbringing aud ed lion of children. .'She recalled th her own childhood, of fiesh air. ..Li I0 j obed.'c-jcs and respect in thi of a deep root- connec-tlon she deplored the "fash- ed pjitrjotic.feeling'is manifest here. Xo: Grand Pre is at all mention of the his- toricU-ield; :more and mois as the years "paae" nationalities. Acadian story is most intimately as- sociated 'Grand- Pre, where' the burdea thes, of The ov erclressecl, overfed, and, above all, ovarjntertained, youngsters of tain sets and c-lifjues '.of motlern so ciaty In her eyes, the very sad dest figures in all the community. To youth of Mr. Robert Laird Borden-was spent. The great dyked meadows stretch northward today, dotted by hundreds of grazing cattle. Not far awaj, at the edgejof the great mead- ow is 'the histoVic; field, of Aradfan willows, the faniou-j well, the church site; and marked'by a lacge cross. own artificiality is to make them uld and careworn before their time; a true offence. But the .wife .of.the premier has ideas of and simplicity in living not'only foCCanadhyi children, but for Canadian grown-ups also. Very notable and direct Ware LCIB strictures she brought the: niliry, the profuseness, .the ostenta UAUIJ, LJIK (II ui .JIIK uoi.t.iiLn- tnc Borden homestead 7s tion even, by .Her situation the Leird farm, where, among the ap- as the wif'a of a distinguished and a Pie trees, are the unmarked graves I public man sbe often finds herself of Colonel Noble and his brother, and surrounded. the cMters killed-in an engagement) Wasteful and vulgar. excess we between the soldiers under hiu com- j the words on her tongue, as she o ni.incl rnd a detachment of French troops led by Conlan de Villiers in Don'tjthink thit people don't judge 4ypu by your clothes.: Wilt you kindly tell us how else they can judge you They see more of your, clothes thin of anything else. And naturally, they will form most of their opinion from what they see the most of. Those who ire always to the front in style and appearance, wear Fit-Reform Suits, as matter of course. _ lined for my benefit the kinds of en- tertainnrants sometimes given at Ot- McKELVIE 8. McGUIRE, tawa; entertainments from which.all, true hospitality has; find' away ant! only the ideas of emulation, and.'pf madness for that whi'ch is magnificent and, showy remain tn fill up, the room of that pristin-3 "welcome" with- out which Shakespeare himselt de- clares the richest feast "bare." If Mrs. Boi'deii, remains faithful, as I have not Uie slightest doubt she will th-a opinions she held anil the hopes [she cherished at th'3 time when we j met, there will soon, so far as her j Influence goes, be inaugurated at tawa. a isgime of much greater social simplicity than that which has lat-o obtained in tha capital. I remember when we spoke togeth- er that afternoon of a women's lun- cheon which hart recently tak-en placw in Parliamentary circles, a luncheon which had begun at two o'cloch and wtiich waa concluded .at the tea how The most expensive and gorgeous of decorations, (.hie richest R5id most cx- I otic of viands, 'the choicest of wines J had d'btained at that table. Indeed such an excesrf had thure been, bolh j of meat and drink and svioli an evid- of display for display's sake, j that Lady sister of one of the governor's who wag visit- ing Canada far tho ively and with considerable alarm questioned Mrs. Borden at to wheth- er this wax a normal form tainment in Canada, and whether it was likely she should-- have to sit through ninny more of the kind dur- ing -the season? "Three days said my host- nss, "I myself gars a luncheon to the. very women. We had. five cour- ses, and we rose from table at Ihree And Mrs. ttorden cnntimfed by say- The popular English Cigarette ;