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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta k I i il. AKli OFl-miM; a solution o! rriiiuncd Hals at 20 per Our are unique ami our values unparalleled. 20 per ('fill, 20 per 20 per (-ent. Flowers IMimics. 20 per cunt, includ- ing JJ.iiTctlcs, and Side Combs. Importers aiul Dealers in raslnonahlu The Lethbridge Millinery Co. Limited L.A. I Hi Women's Friendships Thcie so uotnen filend ships that would mean so to us "if we onh sense nut went to m QUI M'e aie so in lietamJilg iiitfnmL Wine times ati of wp ne Utina e3 b> clothes in the nemo or a mnLual lik ing and immediately a violent friend- ship slnrta sometime find out truaJitlc aie but tho hail mnrKs and EhlOhi, s'-eiln K uual tie Perhipe there is insincerity, iin uncultured Jiiind, ;i something that, we feel will never piss md that comp atelj spoils the friendship." 'Hut we have too far and cannot gracef.nlly our firend Avithout. deeply, .wounding her feelings. Oiievof nn fifcncr' once difficult j -soned the jnob Jem, but she is the exception. Know- ing her. friend to be most unprlnci- pled about'.payiug her' debts, on. a:' occasion she insisted on lending her. a. little tunn. The friendship waned as the debt increas- erj In time till fimllj nlMan othei Ktlla became pi esslui, It snOtlenlj bad, become-odioiis 'u hu________ am not saying that all quickly nude failing In deed they do not, want to impress, is.that it's to go slowh and thus ships that ctn ilo no ov bung- einbari ibbing JH? itlons-tuii] ieb moie tlun all wounded feelings, Ebmewliere. Vji And on tlie other mam of out hut'h nt up uicd hue bccou L allies hi our lives, --Emerson says; Ii ii d before wha_m 1 be binqeie him I mij think aloud And .inottiei Oreit man d I great blessing is a friend ...with :i hreasi so trust? thou. imiyest safely bury all. thy secrets in it "he e Conscience thou jnajst feai less'than thy own; -who can relieve thy cures; by his conversation; thy doubts Ins and. gid bj his gootf hiiinoi aid uhosc very looks, give In derd n tme friend ojioe found u treasuie ot tiaismcb EDITED'-BV Offlea Phone 1224. Phone 774. Hejoice in all the honors, which come to those you know. That you know them, makes you in a sense f In their fame that yon r joice with them brings you thei I Ii'nry Worth ington Miss Mcl-'adden, or Lcth bridye, IK Kpondinp a few day.1: in l-he c-ify witli friends." Medicine Uial T-: I1'.; Todd, of hetlibridge, short vacation in i hi- city. with IMS sister. Mrs. Mctli cine Halt -News. Mrs. K. if. Maxell and daughters, who have made an ex tended styy iti V incoinci lit home t Monday next. .Mrs. R. Yojing returned neul of nioic ciiiust pi m i il tbt iniiiluii; of UK IVoii'in s 1 oitian Mis slon in of cluiich MS iordar altenioonv A duet bv Mrs. Kobiirl alipl'eclaled. was the annual tlianlcolTcring ineeling, anil the collee still lion ainounlcil to 571. So, wilb returns to' be made. 'roiuorrpu- will IK: observed ;ls Cliil ilren'.s Day by the wliolr ol the An aii clinrcb Canada. fa lil but tin pnhlit jnmntd d Un uini liislon Unit the Ind I of Un dtid s lloiilipiitijjuis tic iirlmrosu Iwciiilie -of" the iipitco liri'i ciiif Ami, niter all, what dues it iinttu V Japanese ami Chinese students are lo he fpiind in so inany of tliu col- leges of (his country, that if no sciii sti uifct but it is nn usual ito tintl high class Kast .In- liiatis seeking education Miss Constance Maya Das, a high caste liialiiiiin graduated at (lon- elier college in .Baltimore, and on her arrival in India will teach Knglish and mathematics, in the Women's college at A sister of Miss i Dis i IMiilndeliibia and is now at I'rtsln tenan ho pit il n tin injah. Another sister siaii-iated iusl year at .Mount tfolyulvc md is now j ilentilied 'Young Women s L i tun issotiillon woik in In I i In NSURES PERFECT BAKING RESULTS CONTAINS NO ALUM HULL th in sv.iod ltlier Brajunin> Miss HL livmt, iid ilol f, useful noik in i th in un Minll but no way alters her relations to (he i Uu-v work for the happiness of girU world. contrary, il md not th u Inppnius-4 intS tlu JH iflnnoon fiom u, extended usit "tnL SIIVIM, lne it ind otlict points Airs. W., P., Hoy will.cnte.L'Uiir the Needle Woik (iub il'the home of Uts J B Rfcutci WLiXmthSl S m ion is ister hcie t" cr." Oneen .Victoria was sufficfcntlv Victorian to use italics wifh jjreat liberality, as tif coiirso ine adccnicil pronoun refe'n-crl to the Prince sort and not ;it all to Lord Heacnns- Bawden Bros. Uthbridge'i Greatest Home Furnishers Hull Block 'H 3rd Avc. S. mcnl, of tlio chtircli, where pleasant, inic card and in hfU" own hundwritiiif tiir-p was spciU in cnmes nnd social were...Hit words, "His favorite' flow intcrcntirse. Dainty rcfre.shmcntx of cake and coffee were served. fair was planned ltl inliqduco tin; new members of tjin choir and to pro- mote general Rood fellowship ilonriay nighl the monthly literary RVenins Wesley Kpworth Lea- will U- held. Papers, 'taken fron'j j seriptiue he mewnled ib foi Nous Incedi Mi Jpimingsi com cdy, .Simpson, and marriage1, (Mrs. T. P. Perry A piano will he rcndernd -by Reynolds-and a recitation by Miss Dlsor.. Miss- Agar- will occupy the chair. Mrs. T. P. 1'wry pine n very slrirciivi: tall; on foreign n work, in ihc emphasised Sold only by frofrwf Corwfitres Th. Spirella Corset 1 SelcrtJon (indfininsfJonoln.YAur 9vn hiMTte. onlr with Sa i relln Boning, Flexible, Iitbt, Admit! of Cuii'nltnl MIC year igiinii or MISS V. Acadfa Oik.', tethbrldge ook of Ihc pulihc school still has (di ill since Silmtin md mn un ergo nn, opemjjtm for apjtpndicitis. he ictuiitd 10 hcj home in I etti nridue ustcidi; Mis I i inhauer formed lu r dutips until Ihursdn noni onk m with her from Sunday until' Tues- di; lint UK bulirloi [.ii] is i imiijin nml ciiarjniiig. fvoliilinn nl nimlcrn life s nn lony; iliuitil impuni clicrd pcujilc. .She is of itrccssilv non mil cnliil mini, tlmn Ilic nlinnrr'Rirl ivlio lives life in the midst of a solioiloiiK faniilv. Slu iisujill) Jtossrssts ptrsol ind I" lu r !fl oi hie hti flu npiiiirliinify nl' developing it along lines Iliu null tt stionr ippi u tn mm. liut ilclighlfiil and enpalile. as Ilic lia'uhelor slie is often lack us in sound Ilionjh slii may lielieve nrmly Ilial. slie is able. lo tiU ene of hfisHi Inil mht lere lies (lie ililTiculf.v nice slie lias proved lieisflf eap- abli' of sell support slie is apl lo he a Ml tielicve Ilia! she I lias freed Iniiself of convenlions and may Jead lier. life after her own free will. Hut. UiM is a mislnkn, Ko girl, nnd leasl. of all tile workitijr girl, af- ford lo 'seorn eonvenlioiiK. fuel Is earning is foi the (jichelpr loin as foi the grrl hrotlier or. fallicr or family to', pro j with liei piopli lect her name and reputation she Hit. HIM sill is hiini, alom add must in her own behalf he extremely working for her living does not' :ih careful lo do nothing that will anv wav entitle her-to do the tiling besmirch cither slu-'couhl not ilo if .she were. Jiving The girl who has actually stepped (at home. doin the udhittlcd' H cinnul hi. too often or t0o ipon Rirls, in ecu ml the Inchf loi tirl in jnrticX iid use judpmeni' tcllic She Ins htr, ind lommon sinsc in the secl-ing 61 ih( thinls Her pudc is pitisuri She moie tlnn other lint hei secuut) ib fool O.iml to continue nn uluci 101 as of, my friends had "Ulcoml- to slionuh impfiiici' nf Howeii. ui nn list veil oi tixtci" ot lnchliooiU ci il mil the Indiiloi l-licre chanced to; meet soim, if ,he d or tint slu kl uuld n illt ish Tlic convenfion.s. of 'life often iiiean n mucb I con c( into Ijunef iftei nntu jears and on tbe whoh proved then bUus good foi Ihf piott-Uion of men for whom tbcv were designed. One i" apt to fhinK at lust Uni i hcrjvnntiLr must lit1 iLonomicil i Ininu It is rather. cold comfort, tavrecoln- mend and self icbpcct lo enlb tliirsUng [01 seems iiino cenl whose pqihaps aie cut in drndgerv hut sav what one will these two tints arc (lie unpioleciul jriils suicst (T Hudson's Bay BLANKETS The Blanket With a Reputation East or wfest, and as fai as human life exists, there sure enough Will you find The Hudson's Bay Blanket i I IK oiiluimc ol jutjs ol ana iniilitlod liv all, tins hl.uilul elands su- pioTiio ind In ilinlloii" IT.iin Hie onlv iihil( 1111 11 sod iji iK iiidmilrK lint, hes (lie le- ciot ol Us surccss I madr in tlu 01 s 11 il i( Liinous, il i s n H-putation MO pluljii unisplus io iii.unlain Ink lit d Ivliaki mid, Indigo JO-lb. (i.iii (MSI- pair Genuine Witney Blankets Uliirk-aU worn the celebrated ft itnej Mills made especial h lor I he iriidsoii s Bav Co On nan teed all liure wool dnd soft, fleecy finish peculiar to the Wittier Blanket, The of these blankets'imported by iwren ibleb us to place them before jou at prices mhjeh defy rom pe ilion x i 7-lb. per pair S-lb. per pair IXtr.i aiul hufsli, up Id pr All Wool Scotch Blankets Scotch j'lnnkeiEi of the lenowned Skeldon make irt a household-word, with Ihe experienced.'housewife. .Made in all wool of substantial 'twill weave, they claim many ardent supporters'for (heir warmth and hard 'wearing qualifies 7-lb. per pair Warm Flannelette Blankets I hick fleetr and tins blanket is itualuable where is a consideration. It, has tho appearance of an all wool blanket, at one-fourth of its price. Full doublo-bed" size. I'cr pair M .50 Real Down Comforters Our Down Comforters this season arc certainly sonic- tiling io tiUkraboiit. Beautifully pnnelled in Down-Proof Kreuch Printed Satin, with plain satin border and insertion,, in themselves, works of art nnd it great, acquisition, to bedroom All "filled" wit h--pih e thus givljig of warmili withrthe of.ivelsht and ;all ar.o perfectly.ventilated. .these, comforters is to buy them.. Mill flotiblp bed I %8.00, -VJ.50, to Thick Warm Comforters for A thick, warm comforter, filled with ail pure, cotton., and covered'with silkolitie, in artistic designs for Is nn ac- complished f-.u-t a'.-The. The Is (56 in. x-72 in. J2.25 you can hhve'o'no, 72 in. j; 72 in. ItcmrnUxwthe ;