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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, October 1-1. THE DAILY HERALD OWN For Nursery Use you cannot take chances on Soap.' Four generations of Canadians have enjoyed the 'creamy, fragrant skin healing lather of Baby's Own the Standard in Canada for 'nursery use, on account of its known purity. .Baby's Own is Best for for You. ALBERT SOAPS, LIMITED, Mil's., MILADI EUITED BY "INO" F'HONEC: OHIci, .1134 1 'it (orticr slone in Truth is laid. Tim unanlian walls oi Honor, made Thy rwif of l-'ailh is built uhdVi-. The fire upon the hearth is 1.eve. 1 I'uin.s ilcsi'cnil and call, llu happy house shall nevn' fall. V'ait Dvkc. niNVroN-: l (in the 1Mb insf., al the Iiomc of j the bride's parents' in Korl. 1C., Henry Ronald Hinton, of iMiu-li- 'i-r Creek, AlU., and Nellie 3-u MONTREAL. lo1- loud "rsl, daiifJiler of Mr. and Mrs. .1. K. Hridyes, nailed in marrinpe by illu- liifv. O. K. Kendall, of i raii- i brouli, .11. ('..The hapin couple will 1 iminfdiaUly tal-'C'-.iip irsidenee in Mine. (1. -1. l.i- Hli'.nr and .Mine. M. Cray will receive un Wedmsttay afternoon I'mui foi-r to wrvm at IIOIIIR of Mine. U Ulanc. BIS KigliUi j j place .Sunday afternoon in SI. An- j dreW's Presbyterian chiTch, Ottawa, j when Miss fuiirth ol lion. Krank Olivtr, former Minister j of ilia Interior, nnd ?.lrs. fllher. largest and mosi. fashionable UK of tl.e aiitiinni season tcok i place .Sunday afternoon in SI. An- I Airs. J. W. Kean, of Vancouver, Iwhci has been a guest with Mrs, J. W. tfUfUml. K'Uirucd home-uii Hat- iirdar. JCITY WOMEN GETTING FATTER EVERY DAY-NEED OF EXERCISE IDr. Dudley S. Sargent Says Only Cure is to Burn Up llie Walking ihc Best Eat or Sleep Too Much. Mrs. .lohn (jilinore leiives shortly spend two or thrci1 months in l.oii- 'on, Ont. Mrs. arrived home' yj-ster- 'ny morning from a visit in I'luloJ in marriage tn Xr. Julian (iarrctt. U.K., of son of Mr. and Mrs. Kdmond Oar- ret t, of Must on, Rpv. T. v.ras the flrcjiy- ImuiL Clubs and Societies P.y 1DU. DCDl.KV H. SARGENT. AT is ilu; 'curso of tlis city mnn and woman. There fire ten liniuu ;is many fat jjuoplL--in tlly ny ihc-ro are in the tiiroporliuii to Ihe populikUon.. Lack of iniinuul Jiibpr and sufficient jcMrrcise are the principal causes. Over- and I'lch foods are also to Iblarnc. Kvery yt-ar insurance are Refusing to more anil more peo- who are fat. For fat .Is fKecplni; thin is not simply a master oi' isc't'lirillK :t uiurij rJ'hcre aru cortain diseases that follo'-v They siffeci. t.ho bnain, UK; ffieurt, tin; the stomach, ilm liver, Iddneys and bloml vt'ssolti, ami b-1- or t-xecsslvc are hard io Th'ei'e is no doubt tliut fat cau.-ie-s prcmatitrt- old and death, r The difference between cily women toml country Ti'oinen Js uvon more niiirked. Advuiicing Idcprivpd Ihe clly woman of Hhusa jbcneficc-nt physical exercisow conJLtiinod anent holelc iJoes not develop herMhiglis iaf (Iocs housowork in a lary-e liousu with' several fllghta of stairs. Her cia-et nnd arms find back are notlongrr developed by scrubbing tho floors. In tfai.it, Hit? iiveragoicity womnn must ro- to arttffcial exercise io keep in Woman's Flgure'Changing. A SLENDER. Krncoflul figure Ideal feminine figure, ''ideals of woman's physique have-'bcon entirely made over In recent wars. (The ideal female figiirii-to-day iaimorc jliliu thn male figure. Ifitr.all waifjis, arr nn longer admired. ri'hft .sloping shoulders of our ;yrami inmlhrrs' time have disapiH'arrrj. ladinlrfi well knit, alhlotlc shnulders, Ibrnad ones. admlrn fc-eginns. more developed more Blender p.thhitiir typo than nvwr before, i Fur city women io he of. this II; is iiecessnry to Ket rid of'if at. And Ihert" Is only one way to uE fat It -burn it ;ip. Walk arrl thi'.i. To which I fchiiuld add: resulurly and I.oni; walks are not For Hay. If a asrtfful dint is observed, wilt reduce the weight nnd keep one in perfect ronditloii. .Six or sr-vt'ii mllc-i %vill do for avernRn fe-oman. -VoL only will it rod-.jce weijthr. it will produce nounJ, peacefiil fli C-p- Nalunilly tlifrre ire 3omf; things td be avoided. One nliouid bn careful no! U. ovorilo thu lirst. Nor tin 1 A uliould be taken ret'illurly. Ifogularily what produced rfsult.s cm the hu- ni'an IS'o benefit otlu-r than lemponiry (.an comn from ;i ten-mila WiUk on a Sundny afternoon, for !n- stjince. It may- aid the digestion ot the particular Sunday dinner, Ini'l nu lusting result follows. Jt's oxerulsa every, dny at certain hours tluit conms. It Is just'as beneficial in tli.i winter as in ihc summer, in the spring as in the fall. Properly Dressed. should In; properly dressed for such The of the body one is particularly anxious to rnduce should lie bound in flimnol. In cold weather Uic woolen should brs worn in or- der to induce perepiration, A and then a shower or lub should be taken ut tlie conclusion uf the jutfisR. Steady walking at a (j'ooil paca will burn' up fut ax quickly UK any- thing I know, nnd IF far less tintsotmi thiin working' in a iryinnashnn. OC course, diet is absolutely neces- sary. Clut out one mtuil a day. The avenigre cily mnii woman nnt's too much. 'With most city dwellers :is least one im-al a dny is enlen Kimpiv through force of Iiubit. Ho without breakfast or luncheon and eat iiife'ly'nt the oilier meals. There 's Ho KtnrVutlori.' It .'s iiiipotsihic to lay down any rules as to 10 eat, Hat whatoiv.r the system cnve.T. will Icll yon what to if you are fond of jmrk timl beana pat them. Some systems demand fji-easy foods, while others cru.ve frutu ur soniethiiig of an acid nature. Comeo" beef and cabbasc furnish un c.vcollont meal it' the person before whom arc Ret i.s fond o" them. Avoid Puddings and Paetry. DO not confine your diet to vege- tables. Meat IK necessary to tiu Mrs.'.1. II- and have returned from a visil with 'rs. A. .M. tlrace, Modicint' Alis-i Alarv Siiiipson is creeled 'loint' tho end of Ihn from iincx- eiidi-d visit in Winnipeg and Miimc- ipol.is. Tlic Clanadian Onlcr. of t'liuscn Fricnd-s hold a social cluiirc in HIP S.U.K. hull ou Thursday evening, Jclobcr 17. The Men's "soeicl; 01 St. Wary's church will meet loir.urrov; evening 'at the home o[ Mr. Ail'rcd Malhews. I The [Jarisii oi St. Cypri-1 an'.s rliurfli will nicct rn Tliunday nf- tci'nuon uL three, o'clock, The executive of ilii- l.cagur will in ret at tl.e [mrsonagc this evening. j Tlic mnnboi's uf the- f.i. arc s asknd io inept toinerrnu (Tuesday) iiviMiing with Cuilot'tx, CIS' Uight-h ,S.. ai I'tpJU o'clock. i Fall Fashions for the fair sex I F YOU CONTEMPLATE MAKING the purchase of your Fall Suit, Dress or Coat, or u visit to our Reatly-to-Wear Department at your earliest convenience will be to your advantage, for the new styles are popular, and already a number of garments nave been purchased If you ,are particular in the style, fit and cut of your clothes, come and see us, for -we are here to please par- ticular people Our garments are all designed and made by experts, and the workmanship is of the most careful and artistic character The materials are of the finest standard, and represent the highest points in quality, shades ideas In Furs we are showing an unrivalled .display _ot the season's-newest and richest creations. Our reputation tor line furs is world-wide, and qur prices defy competition The Hudson's Bay Co.- Mr. A. K. Ivcs. who is ill peg, is expected home oil WciliiMday i Tlic A. Y. I'. A. of St. l.'y iiorning. ciiuicli in !lii> iiarisli al cigiit o'clock tliis evening. Mrs. llotnilironk, oi tflio IIPIMI upitinn N'illi I'.cr sister, St. Monica's Guild ui Si. Augu.s- I'. F. Smith, left for home on tin's will ur.cl ni Itac-tlmty Saturday. i tomorrow afteniooi 'of the conyrugaticii viteil. Augusfn's church on Wednesday thise who ijasslonnloly'.piiraua and at eight o'clock, and a.reoc- moot Jig of .the Parish as- will hclii in Vail al demand It, while, a White '-dove, it Mutters safely, into hcuris (if tliosa who linmhly and1 UnuUriilly' on the same cvcn'ng. All inter- cent the endless _ which j csted are urged to portuiil n'.ccling. attend im- .Mrs. flonlon Dominion prc- sii'.eiit of the who slaved with Mrs. W. UuUiorlonl dCrlng her vi.sil tn the. city, left ing for Didsbury, Thc T. heurlily tluinl; Ihe Mr. Norman H. Allan, of Ht has ioined the Hank of Montreal Special liar.T.st tLaiiksgii srr" vices he held in HI. fynujn's p church next Sl'inSav, when tre Her. this morn- members oi Knox tnmr for remain- ot jiac'cud will ing in their places during Mrs. (ior-' don iiddrrss. i'-'i? I will he held in the A mcsting will The Ladies' Aid ui church clrildtLn's service aitcriiiion. j V.e j in -ucression io Mr. war. on Wednesday nflri'noon ;it iTCcnllv iranskrrcd to .Rayuiund. thrrc o All tlir laJIcs nf the v coagiTgiition an: Iturdially invited. held on' Thursday cvculiiK to Ihc for the occasiun. Mrs. K. IK Dolisnn IMt on the niftht, train Saturday, for 1'or liunie at Ktissfill, Ont. .Late in 41ic evening a despatch arrived aniioi'iicmp the sudden death-or rn1h.fi1, Mr. -I- ff. Low, from an acti'lrnl. MthouRh no details u-rrr trany tnends of Mrs. Dohson synipaUuve with her in licr terrible lierravcmeni. I Mr. James Conrad has gone to Iris home in Louisville, Kentucky, where he will reside in future. Mr. Conrad many frietuls during his year's slay in Lelhliridge, am1, will be much missed in social circles. children 01 Wrsl mlnstr .school will nicnt Utis ovi'iijuj cn d'flonk Uf pvHtM'icc for rally day v-'Iiicli v.'ill licid next Sunday. Sumitiy ;il snvf lu-fui Take your cxt-rcis' pftcr aatins- Above tveryUun breakfast, hour or two else the exercise city There :iro. cortain foods that one knows are I'aUcnlniu', and the man or woman wlio is sut lliiti niiisL avoid them. MOKE desserts, especially rich pasiries. are in this ratctrorj'. Then, too, uvcrsJet'pinp must ho avoided if one desires lo gf.i. thin. !t is uasy to without unf-'p if sleeps until 11 o'clock: but such does more harm than unod. in the afternoon following ex- ercise counteract all ihc benoi'icial rti- sults. A person who is trying re- duce should not sleep more Hum or eight hours. Bui this is no hard- ship. Burn up tin: Citj- Alan Sirs. City Woman. The e-yeciiiive of .the V.'.i'.T.l' nirel nn Tucsdny -aftcrr.ncn at at ihc home 'of Mrs. 1-1. Soni- hear, l.'M! .Sixth S-, when all the members are urged to attend. The miihvork prayer and prai vice of Wesley Church will 1 e The edueaiional coraniitlu: ui WcsinihisU'i- CUiild uf Knox. church JOJ anu will-he in- cluiiic bl the" mating this The "'subject; "Hvfnrtir "ar.it will be. introduced t j by Miss H. .Shannon. A special iru- jure he the singing oi select ioi-s liy Sinniii MUs Lombard and Mr. A. S. Ti'C meeting will a'. S o'clock. Mfo pfCc-rs. The groat mistake made hy'tiic av- woman IH to expoiii al! happi- ness to ccmr- lo her thiiiush her rec.tiiMis. All great joy. of course, j will; but Lhy lb sur- round herself with pleasant Interests, who allows the niinral talents 'with, whleh she is or the ailvantnges wlilch 1'cr elrf.'tnnstances ami position offer to besoms weal; Hiiil powcrloHS fchrcugh tllBiiso, need not expect the -ypMR to tvlug- intich Report of ihe. Worrell's Aid society o! (Jalt liospltal for the year o tilling duy School ('oiiVRiition held on. that date In the Kirst HaiHist church. fil' I ye-r-............. The wtnkly prayer meeting of Knox' Honatlons 30 tb, Finano'al St-atciiicnl A 'wha'lias aoi-seen her lov- er for tho whole -ilay dOHBlflers' tlr.it day lost for her: the iqndcrest of men ccnsirier il only lest for Aluse. D-3 Salm. Thrre'ha ro church, siiijerstitjoiis, that lias not been c-Jovn- etl by mnnr CbilsMan -women cjcvot- 1 ing 1'iieir entire lives to astiuuglng il.-j j c-f William ..Kdwnrd Lecky. Ihe lair Sir John L'arling, KM G., df l.oiulon, Ontario. The WCfltiniiifilPr. lOpworth League 'will meet toinrtrnw eveniiifr, af- Tiirs. .1. 11. MoimM. of Uakcr the tiiprliiip a .committee will Oregon, v.-hu has I ecu a. gvtBt with coiuplcir dinars rally day. Tlir Mrs. David Donjiid, end oi le held aflcr il.e Tri- for Toronto ami other On- League. titrlo points. Balance Cash on Sept. 7R.50 8.G5 SCtt I dnrc sav she's like the rest of the i women_tiiinks two mid two'll ti m-j.in if she crlea .and bo the re enough about Eliot. Those females who cry out loudest j against ihc of tlwiv sUiers. ami rebuke their undue encouraE-c-j og' meiit of (his man cr Umt, 'would do ns I II. j mtch If they hn dtlio Mal.3peaec Thack-j Mrs. Fred Kenny, who entered hospital on Sntiinlny lo undergo an is recovering rai.idiy, the operation being entirely successiul. The annual 'me Aid ci w.'i.-; tcriioon with ;ii iHCiiihcrs. IT h of the Hcspitat held on Satnrilav ai- aUendaner of nine rerrcl e.xpre.ss- BATTLE OF SMELLS IN COURT Doctor Tries to Drive Out Odorous Cafe Kitchen by Dropping lodo- form In the Pans filling hia reception rooms. These smells were traced to the kitchen ofjjyrs tho restaurant. The doctor remon- strated in vain and ihcn sued. The suit heing delayed. Ui? doctor. e-l at i os i us Hie president, Mrs. L. whn (rocs to Taleary. The Indies decidrd that, there were loo few present m elect oliiccrs, and accoiriingU jMTsent officers will the aflnir taking rcniain in'ofiiiv until the end oi Hie year. Tlic otlict'-.s H't'i, Unit must Phyllis nipiniioiliam is en- I be a mimbe.r oi new comers in the tig a few of U'e yornt-cr spt'city, who inlerested in and prob- I tomoiTov.' iiitcrnooii in coiirlesy to skriih's house a.costs, .Miss B.uvden eater (.allied informal- ly on Saturday .Sivtccn fiiifsts viere hidden, the form of a can! and thimble, lea. ?6 j 10.00 KiS.MlG I There revcr WHS BO aaiiy irorfllly the society p.nd. comniulnlim wo- cboscd tie ['ollnv.ins; ankles: men on the earth as now. dries oS.T'i. tree. npver osi'ore lid tho CET of Ui- S3C.30. Mrsl'n 211 yards, afierti-jn PO greatly ex-j yardi. I do', towels. 14 blankets. feed llirir I 1HI ycnJs liamvue, frril S5R.80, I Kotiaacvill? I covers, fi-1 yprds col ton. 121 yards j shpnitis. !i (able napkins, t-J led j iwvcr roason: rr. if tiiey! spreads, 2! iioivns. 3 children's do, tliey fKher Correct infejxinc-1 onrs. 1 down (mill, 1 Cocr rusr, Ps frrn'i r.-ron? iretwlsos. wrong hi-l pairs slippers, ij yards linen. fereuces frnni premises: and; they always jiolco ili-e lira frcm thcj j THE LATEST IN EVENING CLOAKS A stylish long coat for evening wear, 1 made in dainty shadei cf colored j tin. The handsome collar is 9f smoked fur, lined with ivory silk... DOSTOCK IN BED AFTER. OF RISK WITH ANIMALS ConaLxntinopIe, Oct. a! range I whose !s immediately above the the Misses Phillips, of Toronto lawsuit, between a doctor and a res- taurant keeper is proceeding in the courts of Pera. For some months inn1 physician no- ticed that disagreeable odors were DELICIOUS Home Baking W Orders fillocl prompt- ly for Bread. Cakes. Pastry H. Hi cafe kitchen, bored a small hole inquests witli Mrs. f'- rclvrued the floor cf liis iipartmeut, and' wheu In.-m1 could de- ably familiar with hospital nid work ,erestlnc article on "The An rf r in otnrr pkicrs. and ihey woult.' be ROBSONTO PORTLAND BY WATER N'elson. 11. C., Oct. Iiavo conimoneed work on tli? iiitper CoSumhia river with a view lo deter- Mie feasibility oponiiig up :i nrnv water rosiU' for of Arrow bia rivr-r u> I'oi f nriation of M'.tl woiiM 1... n plinrtcr iln> n fOiivor. in addition of Ilyr-n, i'allur ui Mrs. 1.. was signally liomire.l by ilis Kdjal MishrievN, lite -.Oui e of (.'onnaught during recent vox a! io Seiar liiiK nearly years ten, is in t.ho He was tidp.it? in tl-e wclcc.iui vot" one hall hour a month to this work. Tie next ineeunii, which is n scw- one, he held at the home of Mrs. I lendevson. .Mrs. C. :K. rmiyhrarr or. Mrs. A. South- ard "T ptcace.i 1ft hear from any. uho cure in join the society. ivill he held in si. ves the IQllOJVhls; In-; BEST YZAnJ OVERCROWDING FEARED ness." by Mrs. Gecrr-J H. Winthorp: Ov.t.. city- Only while one is very young can j hood was da -.dared at the city on? vevol in or. r.ither imitg- council nieetins la.i evening as the ininjr oneself lo be very thr roughly j m" profperoita yer.r In Us hlsiory. ''Oh, ;L-J hajipy days i Hr.eliner- l Ityan, wlir.! four Mianle to to 'he Duke Of Interest to Women London, Oct. C. Bos- lock, whc h'as defied death a thoii- times as a wild animal trainV er and tsmer, died today in Ha was 50 years old. v.'isen I dnri'd to he a sighing; fe.r Hie past. and af Hio same iiwe volcius the irtii'a tint years tuHch, thai i? flov.-cr ;liat mtifit he carefully ruliivnied, iiiiieps we would make iift- n .joyless boiu to selves others. Ai pe.ventwn rosetcaf Is legitimate rr-a'on for bud: perfect h.ipplness or or Ycuih u.'vcr deals In i niii! A sartors AI. and U'. Hu-'r rtMiv.-s to il. showinn nn hicre'.se In ilioj from >IF: year lo! 1 17, 2n ndvajjce -luring tlipj lias I twr-lv-i' Kt'c-iy ward in] th- citv shiiTvr.i increase.) nal hi ihe Assessment loialj boing au Ir.er'aac for the of I ITH THEFT anil ted ihe faei, exceedingly. Mowevpr, ihe ducal process ion drove In Uis ai'.d tn delij-lu r.nd Mr. Bostock was knov.-n on both hemispheres. He began his ca- reer with s small circug in Eng- land. In the '90s he came to Am- erica with a small wagon circus. He was successful and when the Omaha expoiition was held in 1893 he had one of the principal shows th.'sre. After that he toured the country with a large carnival company. At one time in life he wanted lo be a showman on the scale of the Ringllngs. But he never at- tained that ambition. Bostock was highly educated, and was a writer of considerable note. He was absolutely without fear. He had many escapes from death among his animals. He was injur- ed by a ferocious tiger at the Pan- American exposition in Buffalo, but speedily recovered. One of his daring feats was to put his ri in .1 lion's mouth. V.1IIC iii'1. Sold by lUt for :.c. a While Swan Spkx-s i.imlie'l, Out, ;