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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday; October THE LETHBRIDGi; ,DAILY HERALD People Who Work idoors With Their Hands Seamstresses, watch-makers, art- ists, draughtsmen, and many others, cannot properly handle their tools with cold, stiff hands. Many a lost hour or two on cold winter morn- ings results from the delayed heat of furnace or stove. The Perfection Oil Heater in a few, minutes gives the tempera- ture that assures the worker warm hands and pliable muscles. rj The ONE THOUSAND PURE BRED FOWL Government Of Alberta Has Placed a Unique Order Edmonton, Oct. was shipped from the Ontario Agricultur- al College, at Guelph, and. from the .Macdonald Institute-at' Sic'. Anncs, yesterday, one thousand ipurc bred fowl to tbc. Department of SAYS HIRED GIRLS BRING ON-DIVORCE Idle Wife Pouts When Hard Working Hus- band Wants jo Stay Home Absolutely smokeless and odorltts quickly gives-heat, and with one filling of the font burns steadily for nine hours, without smoke or smell. Has automatic-locking flame spreader which prevents the wick from being turned high enough to smoke, easy to remove and'drop back, so the wick can be quickly'cleaned. It has'a damper top and a cool handle. Indicator always shows ;the amount of pii'in thetont. The filler-cap does not need to be screwed'down; it is put in cork in a bottle, and is attached to the font by a chain., ;tnd ctnnot get lost. bod1" or "allsr" c-nr.ct heconis beciuss of-ft in construction, and consequently, it can always be easily unscrewed in an ,'instant lor rewicking.' The Perfection is finished in japan or nickel, is Strong, durable, well-made, built for service, and yet light and prnamental.- -_ Dealers If not at yoxrs. write far dtsoriptiut circular., to the nearest agency of the Agriculture in Alberta.' This Tlie Imperial Oil Company, Linuttd. ESTA'BLTSH SACRED HEART, SCHOOL AT VANCOUVER' Mothers 'Mkhoney.-and Coskar of Sacred Heart passed through- the 'city" fast, "night "enroute to-Vancouver to iarrangeirients ior the foundation of an academy academy here. tins s'isters'hood being as 3 teaching order. ELECTION NEAR; BUILD BRIDGE haps one of the most unique ments handled bv a Canadian ship- rail- the the shipment arc in Vlike manner, de- cidedly unique. There were'. 200 cars. of poultry'- ship ped into Alberta last This is.due to the fact that the demand 'for-eggs and poultry far exceeds the supply. The raising of poultry "on the farms in Alb-srts. is 11's.iiur of what" the minister of agriculture, Hon. Duncan Marshall, terms a by- product. "I don't know that I advise any farmer in Alberta to sfl into -the raising of poultry hfe said to the Bulletin last "night, '.'hut at the same time there is a consider- able amount of money to be made out of this by-product. "It is a striking evidence of tie HAVING "EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD SEAL.GATCH "and -unexpected-5-success is attending the -seal.-- fleet- -1'ro'm' this point. 'Catches schooners now_ on the way homeiafe-'repor'ted' to be-iully- treble the total catch of last season, and with London, prices at the highest on record the season promises to be most proiitabie. "A large catch in 'an in- dustry ing -extinct? is ''believed? owing-, to thel; seal; T.their breeding Operation. To Be Commenced on Sfruct- ure at Fernie Fernie, Oct. Thos. Tay- lor, minister of public arrived from Victoria on last Mr. Taylor's visit is" nr: connection with the starting- of active operation upon the construction of the', traffic bridge .across the Elk River at Elk- mouth. This improvement has been under consideration forT.spme Avill -be5 pushed rapidly" td .completion, wen.t "to vColeman this i hygienic merit; none about its beauty. 'about its beinc worth, its it bears the Guaran- thefootrail. .That, Guwantec assures -you of more surface real satisfaction to 'stay yiwter its parts r Kaow'TrHy "Ideal" Mctal'-.Beds-arc better.--Ask for "The Philosophy of it ii Wrt- for- Boo'tlst -No.140 tiusines's and -will ore turn tomorrow as far Hos- nier, -where .he will .'join Mr, deputy r-minis'teE'-of :s.iA Chief; Mine Inspector" are at; -that "superintending jttie instal- of. C.- "-Resuscitation of Nanafmb, is '.in -is. hoi fling; meetings- in "-Tithe inter- est "of Mr. 'BenMttfptlie'. Socialist can- against Lands He' at Coal j_amT is to speak at :i So fat i. meetings -.Tiav'e been an-i nounced-'for- Mr: Ross1.' but it is slat-. ed tha't'-a largerrneeting will be held in the, G-rand- :house, Friday nightj.-at of the con- test" will be: rep resented upon the With Mr: {Gribble, 01 Toronto, Haw thornthwaite, Bennett and O'Brien on the hustings and so many government representatives in the -district, things are kept lively. SNOW IN COLORADO Denver, Colo., Oct. fell throughout Colorado for- the 'first time this season. development of .mixed farming irr. the province that the poultry branch the department requires to import, a thousand chickens from the east-this year to fill the orders which have received at the poultry station for birds. The-re are now order at the poultry, station requests- for birds from the farmers of %the province. These orders' have come absolutely unsolicited. This year the poultry "station raised 500 '.young birds, which is- only a third ..of the number required by'-the To- fill these orders the department' -de- cided to go to the east. I was suc- cessful in making 'an excellent price" arrangement for the low! in Ontario and Quebec, and I secured the as- sistance of the Dominion department ot agriculture in the-.shipping of the birds west. In keeping with .the pol- icy of aiding shipments of live stock from the east to the the" dev- partment consented to pay" the freight on- these- thousand birds' from- their points of shipment "to average, order for fowl -'from' the farmers of the province is -Igss than a' dozen. The largest order. is for. fifty I think it will "be ne- cessary to' place's limit, on the num- ber sold to-any one farmer in order that all of the orders received up" to the present'may .be filled.' The" .fowl. be sold farmers at- the actual cost to the which will "be very materially less ers." be secured from poultry rais- I Chicago, whose 'husbands earn a year have no business to keep a-servant, according to. Mrs. idah McUlone of the Beautiful. Sher addressed the members of the home and education uyyarcment at the-Chicago South Side club yester- day morning on "Marriage as a Bus- -.'The-average earnings of the salar- ied man of the United Stares is from to, a year, and his wife has, no. more business to shirk her -part of the marriage contract by keep ing ..a -maid' than her husband would have "to keep an" said liibson. about.'the lax marriage but the Un- ited, States, one divorce in .'every, .twelve marriages. There is.-a .reason, and that is the women at" America marry, men. and then iook put: for a'-good time, shirking the re- sponsibility of- the -business of mar- ried They sit'around the house the day, and when their hus- hoine. 'at night, tired out with the hard day's work, they want to go out-to the evening. .Pouts Breed Discussion "This often causes .discussion. The tells tbe the--wife r pouts. It she had been attending to her busi- ness, all day, as she should have been, she would have been just as tired .as he and as ready to stay at home. They should.' be .partners in the bus- iness of homemakTng." At this point Airs., Ira A. Newman said: "itIs a wife's, duty rested a'tfrlng-, the may greet her' husband cheeffully when he re- turns from his -work." T'l'ss." returned.- Mrs. 'Gibson, 'but' Housekeeping shoufd first tnought of- the married "woman. She has been busy finding out the price of butter and teaching, her children to do things for themselves. if she is the right kin-d of mother, and- superintending the managing of her aqme, so she may be able, to, greet RHEUMATIC REMEDY has cared more than a few chronic cases of We are fairly certain that it. would be beneficial in your case because we know what's in it. The special oven features of the "Happy Thought" win the grateful appreciation of every ambitious housewife. Every houfrewife knows that good booking depends largely- upon the stove. Thai without its results will al- more or less doubtful. And-this, despite the fact that the 'work of preparation, eluding the, proportion- Ing" of ingredients, may "be as carefully as possible. As it always has and always flat: plates; tfhar-'is-the1 the-'oven, top, bottom arfc flat surfaces. All the .lieat" that enters "the oven is emitted, these plates.' :tor for a while found that plates with pro- jections would emit much more than 'flat surfaces. This led to .the Inventing, patenting and applying to the HA'PPY .the .flat' surface and air to circulate under it, which" adds materially to your ability do fine work. Another important oven lea-? ture of .tbe H-AJPPY THOUGHT is the Ventilator, by means which the -oven is continu- ously supplied with fresh hot air and-'is kept clean, sweet, and wholesome. HAPPY THOUGHT direct bearing on re- "up the Question of the oven us it is found in the HAPPY THOUGHT. No other range on the mar- -ket jtOrday! has the exclusive -oven; features .embodied in range: In .-ranses. as you JT the" oven is made of plain THOUGHT of -OUB. Pyramidal Plates, ;thc greatest- im-. .adfi-ed to ranges in--- years. L These' shaped projections .which, add, tiy careful than one-third the heating of ..lli'e they raise the cooking Vessel .oft- -Visit the local THOUGHT a'sent and have -him demonstrate the ases of-the-HAPPY for your ''benefit'' "Meanwhile us for your .copy of ,our illustrated -booklet, you in detail in perfectly under-- standabie aboutih-e- H-APPY THOUGHT. Company, H.'LING TRYING TO SAVE MOLD HYMN her husband cheeri'ullr, aV-1 tired as he, and yet be desire to -her own fireside-after the ev- G-eorge McKee has ..resigned, the principalship ot" Orilliai On't, public scnools. Sold and guaranteed bj 2285 ALL. LETHBR1DGE DRUGGISTS the kind of Furni- ture_-you are' looking for to improve and fix up your home for the win- ter is just the kind we have in stock. Comfortable Chairs and Card Tables to while away evenings. Warm Rugs and Car- pets for the floors. Cozy Curtains for those draughty windows. Choice Goods at Reasonable Prices Furnit 324 6th Street South Phone 483 ening meai. :Should Watch Food Economy good housekeeper should Know what she is paying for -butter. She should know whether, eggs are 25. or 3b" cents a dozen', and she should also know what is being, used tau'le in her house. If she pro- per kind of a wife and mother and maKes- marriage a business she win train her daughter how to -buy anc' Protest Against "Leaving Out of New Hymnal Greenland's icy mountains, Krom strand, "Where' -Afric'g-sunny -fountains Roll down .their golden sand; From, many an ancient river, .From many a-palmy plain, They call' us to- deliver Their, land from error's chain. siohary service, -before aid. Heber went "to Be- quest of his Dean] Ship- St.- on- a Saturday be- rore the service.mentioned: if appeals-to'na'tufe worship God are improper, whafpf. the glad.'Bene- dicite, where, wprlts, wat- ers, sun; winter ami summer, mountains seas and floods, fowls are ap- pealed to bless, "The of" sixty- lii'th Psalm represents, -the 'valleys covered with" grainsjas' shouting .and singing, and. twelfth- Vers.e the hills are rejoicing. In the sixty-ninth Jfsalm the the'Tnovmg'thlngs in them are adjured" to the L.ord. -V'-'' "Good Bishop Heber, .had" precedent for his Vsacred imagery." j I iN'ew Protestants from ri.. sectlon': of the country against the recent action of the Mission -ttyihnal of the Protest- ant Episcopal church, which ordered that1 the-, f ainous missionary hymn "Jf'rom-. Greenland's Icy be. eiimlnated from the revised nymnal, be: presented before the Episcopal general Convention, which "convenes" Ohio on October.5th will raise her to nous'ewire. be an exemplary never ht.rts any- one, and yet as a nation we are train- ing "and educating our daughters in everything else under the sun but the one -great, essential .tlpme'maMng is rhe principal factor of a woman's life, and should oe taught the young girls of to-day ra- ther than higher or fan- cy work. .'.'If .your girls go to college, set- that they make their college wa.r-1- roOe. Let them i'eel and know the value of a dollar bill. 'The old bibli- cal idea that work is- a curse visited upon the descendants of the GaiMon of Eden is wrong. Teach Sons and Daughters to WoH "Work is tbe greatest blessing and panacea there is. ich your som and daughters to value it, and m wha: ever work they attempt let their aim be to do it well. If they are interest ed in their work, they will not have time-to grow seiiish and sei'-ceater- a. "woman is the greatest retail buy- er in the world, commercial tliim Fashion is purely and the 'Cincinnati, next- ;The fight'to save the hymn "has been sung for ninety-one years by -missionaries in all parts o to tbe a stubborn and bitter one. It is ground tha.t the hymn tends to inspire the Christian student with the heautiies of nature rather than the allriess of God that the iiymnal Commission recommends that it be, removed from the revised song book. Among the other hymns that the commission reported have outlived their usefulness are: "I Love Thy Klng'dom Lord." "0 Love Divine That Stooped to Our Blest Re- "Eer He "The King- of Love My-Shepherd 'and "Thou .Hidden Love of God." A Characteristic Protest Within the ranks of the Episcopal Church the action. of the Hymnal com naittee, has met with protest that has found its way into the columns of the Churchman, one of the church period- icals. The following letter character- istic of .others that .have been printed is from the current number. -has -been reported there has been a rejection of the dear old hymn "From 'Greenland's Icy Moun- tains" by a committee on a new JWpiscopal Missionary Hymnal, be- cause of its personifications of nature The hymn which has been wafted over the earth, -was written for a mis- George B. Newell, of Bawif, Alta., raised a turnip weighing 2 5 -pounds. Pott; master -car for the M. C. R. at'St. .Thomas, Oni, for twenty-rive dead. SOUR STOMACH, urers tickle the fancy of the 'woman es: IS AN ALMOST CERTAIN SIGN OF ACUTE INDIGESTION If you ooccasionally have a taste of sour food in your mouth, it surel? shows that food you are eating is not being but instead, is fer. raenting and giving out poisonous gas- Try This Home-Made Cough. Remedy I Costs Dost 'tht Work Quickly, or Money Mix two cups of-granulated, sugar with one cup of warm and stir for 2 minutes. Put ounce's.of Pin- es (fifty cents' in. a 16-oz. bot- tle; then add the Sugar'.Syrup. .Take a teaspoonful every one, two dr three hours. v You will find that this simple7 rem- edy takes hold of ;a cough more quick- ly than anything else you ever used. Usually ends a deep-seated cough in- side of 24 hours. Splendid j too, for wiooplng cough, cheat palna, -bron- chitis and other throat troubles. It stimulates the appetite and: is slight- ly laxative, which.helpi epd, i cough. This recipe nukes more fnd better cough syrup than TOU" buy ready-made for It kftpf per- fectly and tastes pleatant Pinex Is the most valuable concen- trated compound of Norway white pine extract, and is rich in guiaicol and all the natural pine elements which are so healing to the mem- branes. Other preparations -will, not work in this formula. This plan of making cough syrnp with. Pines and Sugar Syrup (or drained honey) has "proven so-popu- lar throughout the United States and lanada, that it is of fen-Imitated. But :he old, successful formula has never been equalled. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, goes with this recipe. -Tour druggist has Pinex or will get it- for you. If not, f send to The Pinex Co., Toronto. Ont j STREETCAR- TURNED Reckless Driver Accident Winnipeg in: Winnipeg, Oct. Driven vat re'cte-' less speed, around the cornet. bina street and borydon, Kouge car. No. .248, turaeds shortly after midnight, gers and. the -crew escaping-' Druises. W; JMLahoney, -who keeps. store' at that corner, organizer-; and first Street Railway Men's. nipeg, said, lie had, -expected? thing of the sort to Happen.' for a'long.- time; adding that at tlie mere were a lot of men who- were a menace to the Winnipeg. "Aiyone "with he added, have any .with, men- 'if; the v light the .company. lor. trie -sake taming men -that should he ;a> lowed "to handle .'V, IRISH .1UL New York, Oct. 19. His- shattered following .the struggle. fifty-five years in an attempt -to freo- Ireland, O'Donovan Rossa is ill at his home at New S.' GEO. TAITLOE'S ft. for choice fresh Cut Flowers, -Roses, Cac nations, Lily of' the Valley. V And all other Flowers in sea- son. Funeral Designs, Wed- ding Bouquets and Plants of all kinds for sale and to rent Free delivery to all parts -of, tbe city. GEO. TAYLOR FLORIST Corner Bartiett and London Roac; Phone 675. P. O, Bos: by exhibiting new and pretty things which sue, f having no idea of tiie val- ue of money, readily buys. "The woman wno is her husban's comrade, and who makes a business of housekeeping and homemaking is beyond her means. She her -duty as her bus- not tempted considers it Band's partner to save. The woman of the greaf middle class of France are the bone and sinew of coun- try and are responsible for that small country's wealth and prosperity." PERMITS TO BUILD J. Mulhern, dwelling, Fourteenth street, J. B. Alulberu, dwelling, Fou-cteenth street, 51500.00. J. B. Mulhern, dwelling, Fourteenth street, (Jeo. it. and Mrs. M. Dixon, dwell- ing, Seventh street. K., dwelling. Twentieth Si. a or tli, Belching of gas is a common symp torn at such times, and also that lump! of lead feeling, as if your stomach was carrying a much greater load than hj could stand. If you' want prompt relief and per- manent cure, go io Johnson Jack- son and get a large tin box of Mi-o-na tables for cents. Johnston Jacltson know that Mi- o-na is a highly recommended scienti- fic remedy and that is why they arft ready to return your money if it fails j to cure acid stomach, belching of gas. I dizziness, billiousiiess, sick headache.! foul breath and all stomach troubles. CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA, Bronchitis, Croup, Cocgis and Colds, or money back. Sold and guaranteed by JOHNSTON JAuKSON Dear Customer: We. have what you loaf. Jbill .of quality, clean and Buns beat a treat Ask "our drivers. Phone 1027 Russell Street. Korth Ward, ;