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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 21, 1012 ITS USE INSURES PURE FOOD. PURE POOD INSURES COOD HEALTH THE DIDOES AT THE HAT COUNCIL COUNTER STREET RAILWAY PRO ,'POSALS CAUSED WILD SCENE BUSINESS DONE Medicine Hat, Oct. A meeting of -the city council held to emi.sidcr stTccl railway franchises broke up in tho session being probably the most bedlam-like ever held in the Citizens who crowded cham- ber, took part in the ineli-o and there warm exchanges between Mayor Spencer and Fitzgerald, a pro- moter with a bunch of at Iiis back. The row sceme.cl to start Tvith a refusal of the mayor to let Fitzgerald sec a copy of the proposed agreement with Sir Max Aitkcn, and which is said to- be so exclusive -as to keep all interurbnn ami suburban linos of the future mil of the ci.ty. The following is a sample of the rumpus which ultimately led to the council being adjourned without, any business being done ,Mr. Fitzgerald 'mentioned the fact that it has been casually called to his attention that the Mayor bad CONGRESS OF FARM WOMEN WILL OPEN TOMORROW Tomorrow there will be formally opened hero In Kuoic church the Sec- ond Annual lutermitlomU Congress of Fin-in Women, and whon .Mrs. Hyrtha L. Stavcrt, of Winnipeg, the president, wields tho gavel she will he facing the largest assemblage of womtm del- ever gaLhe-rcc) at a convention in western Canada. scaling publicity. ItepresoiitaUvcs of tho lead- ing newspapers of the vast, likewise of the leading magazines ol' tho world and leaders iu work along this lino will aid in giving this great work wide publicity. Women who are Interested have aunt notice to UKJ executive of tliulr Intctttlon to attend this meeting, Here those delegates will meet the del. PHONU: Offlw, ,1.1 capacity or iiUO, it In not beyond theiogatou to the Dry-Farming expectation of the executives -the will be- crowded. Already nr- iraigemuntsi have boon completed tor a very decoration of tho interior and a program has foei-n completed hni warrants the assertion that never beforo has there been such an array of talented sinkers gathered togeth- er in the interest of the betterment of iiho rural home and community. The Civic Life CommiBHinns, .N'ulghbor- lood clubs, the church country ife extension work all these will pale nto slgnilicance In comparison with who are coining from all parts of the world. They will meet the Arabian in his native costume, (he ambassadors from India, Turkey, Austria, The Neth- erlands, France, England and other countries, and these delegates will toll the women, each in his own tongue, of tho principles that have bellied in the uplift of the farm home. Tho betterment of rural conditions in the main will be tho basis of most O'er shouting children flies That litflit October wind, And, kissing checks and eyes, Mo leaves their merry cries Far behind. Cullen Bryant, again, true, addresses. This bottcnnent In the ca'Ro, renewing old friend ships in .VVpincn visitors to tho Congress, who '.registered 'between Saturday noon and include: Miss Ella Miss Isabel Armstrong, The Leader, Itegina .Mrs. II. S. Mrs. Van Urown, Gardston -Mrs. Yrcii "Uesl, my Cards ton Miss Mary L. lligclow, I Minneapolis Miss' JusepLhm T. Her- ry, Wash.; Mrs. F.. W. Ca- t thro, Rottijieau, X. U.; Mrs. i'iim my Young Card, Salt, Lake City Mrs. j H. W. Dayton, Man.; Miss Maude Missouri Miss (irren, Moose Mr. K. M. Sanders, manager oi the M. Hulcliteon, Victoria Mrs. John Harber.tj, Colorado, Miss Addie Howie; Klin Grove Miss (M.. IJiliniaii, Keeble, Sask.; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. .John Wells, oi CUI-! Magratli.; Mrs. C... Clasp hantls friend. October is not May, And yet, my licurt can say Life's good while 1 have yon, friend. Hani: uf Commerce, Calgary, guest uf Mr. U. G. K. Xoursu. the main will be tho Hue flf the benefit of organizing neighborhood clubs, Improv U.D 0 _______ this great meeting' ol' women behluil ling rural church work, men on the farm. Organized last year, tho. en'orts' of .lie present secretary whose .work In conjunction with that of her husband lie Secretary of the Dry-Farming Con- urests, brought her into contact with lie rural home life; this organization ma had u wonderful growth, Its inem- icrahip has Increased daily, weekly, nonthly, steadily and simhgly and oday it numbers among its' members tfve working farm from near- y western stiito in the United; States and western provinces in Can- j da.: H has affiliated organt rural cursing, boys' and girls' clubs, agricultural coin- petitions and scientific meetings. The problems of home progress will 'be the of these meetings and spec- ial prepared round (able talks conduct- ed and many Bpeeches of vital inter- est to the home maker discussed. Among ''tho speakers will be Lieut- euant-Uovernor George J-I. V. Bulyea of Alberta Georgo Brown of Saskatchewan, Hon. .Martin Uurreli, .griculiuro of Canada, Mathew Brown JMcNiiLt of Naparville, Illinois, one of the In the rural church improvement Mrs said something about Muff. he being The- oir don't one, but you sound like one.to. me." Kitr.gcrald "Your Worship, I'd hate to tell you you sound like to me." The Mayor ".You couldn't come to me like a m-an and ofTcr a i-ro- position, hut you wanted to see Ait-f methods of cyuipp ken's proposition illenis of nutrition, Fitzgerald "Well, if I didn't come. I, in 11 "'-South. Africa', Belgium, Hungary, I Alice Cooper, the famous beekeeper UstwiHa, and others arc being rapidly of Treesbank, Ma-n., Prof. George Put- man, Toronto; Airs. Laura Hose Stev- Its object Is to improve the condit- i, physical, social and spii ,ual. of the homos in agricultural oiflmuiiities; its aim to understand .ore completely the significance.- of lift farm to the life of the nations nd the dignity of the position of the woman as to-worker in the meat. jxjtential and far-reaching of the --la-l Industries; to increase conserva- tion of energy, through intercourse and (jbservatlou.vpf processes; mi flora (ami i'.ig of the modern appliances and ed I ijcatioii in 'scientific management of Work; to further develop the home Uirougli conference with authoritative i experts on dairy i.iathods, poultry cul I'lure, kitchen gardening, improved ypiug the home, iiroh children's welfare education including homo man what did I come like The'Mayor "A bluff." Fitzgerald "Who arc you repre- senting your Worship Aitkcn or tlatj ,i'ln-.the, melee Aid.. Robertson., heard, to remark tlie Chief rir.d have iiim put nut." Rev. John Killak was heard -to yell Police BULGARIANS TAKE TOWN Sofia, Oct. The, Turkish ixnvn of Mustapha Pasha was taken last night, Bulgarian army is marching on the great fort- ress Adrianople. The Turks were repulsed all along the line. The Bul- garian troops also 'have crossed the frontier at other points and havi cap- tured the small towns of Garnia and Djuma. Other have pfenetrated through the paries of the Rhodope and inarched across the frontier into turkiiih ter- ritory. Thft advance of the Bulgarian troops on Muatapha. Pasha was watered by King Ferdinand, several Princes, and General Savon: the Bulgarian comman- der in chief. The Bulgarians occupied after another the fortified positions, uroiiwl the town of. sMiistaplia. Pasha 'd'hich it- self finally fell into their There- was considerably and iafter the battle King Ferdinand cooir.TjUulatod the troops and decorated maffty of the wounded. I economics, the increase and proper use of leisure and the stimulation of social intercourses in rural communi- ties. Tliis organization stands also for a more general stats and national support and encouragement of insti- tute and extension work among farm women. The officers ot" this organisation are President, Mrs. Uyrthr. L. Stavert; 3 si Vice President, MI-js Irnui 2nd Clark Kcl- ley; 3rd Vice-President, Airs. -John A. Widtsoe; Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. T. Burns; Esecutive Committee; Mre. Charles A. Lory, Seift, Mrs. J. G. Mofcier, Mrs. A. M, Keppor, Mrs. 'C. C. Stearns, -Miss E. Cora Hind, Miss Jennie Buell, Miss Mary L. Mrs. Marie T. Harvey, Mrs. William Flannery. Mrs. H. F. Stevens, Mrs. II. W. Jeffera, Mrs. J. B. Momlell, Jlrs. J. II. Shepperu, Mrs. Alice Blackburn, Mrs. W. F. Gardener, Mrs, L. A. Mer- rill, Mrs. Edwin A. Smith, and 'Mrs. .7. W. Carpenter. Its delegates are appointed liy chief executives of nations, states or prov- inces, educational institutes interest- ed "in agriculture, national or state so- cieties interested in agricultural for- estry and rural home life, boards of i tlte city. Mrs. Norman, of Kaslo, U. C., a guest for the week with Mrs. J. Wood, Ernest St. Mr. J. A. Cochrane, of Moose Devil's Lake, N.D.; Mrs; mando Mrs. Utah Mrs. JJ. Raymond Mrs. R. C. j Upsctt, Su'imhcriand, B. C.; Mrs. W. Peachland, B. C.; Mrs. Lew- !is Merrill, Salt-Late-City; Mrs. K. I F. Morris, Mrs. John is the guest of his sister, Mrs. .J. H. Cheney during Congress. Millar, Iridja'iTHead Alrsi K.. A. Mc- Charll'.v Mrs. K. Xorman, 1 Mirror. Lake 'Fred-JPnget, :Qt- r tawa; Mrs': .l.'Phin, "Moosbmin Mr. biiimions of C.. for- MrSi H, Sandford )nme merly of this city, will be a Let-h- Sagk: ...Miss.jtfarv "13. Roberts, Layl bridge visitor during Congress. ton, Kobertson, Ral- B. C.; Mrs. Mrs. Harris, of Calvary, is the SUvert, .Winnipeg Mrs. Mark Spen- ;uest of her son, W. H. Harris. cer, Cardstqii; Miss Mildred tvriss, j Kasib Kaslo :Mrs. C. Mrs. Adam Link, of Mirror Lake, T- tVyinan; Magrath Mrs. Hannah is the guest of Mrs. Robert Nimmons Ohio, for the week.. j V JUICK--LARSON Mrs. Scott, and wee Miss Scott, of A. quiet wedding was performed in: Pincher Creek, are the guests of Mrs. St. John's church by Rev. J. T. MacLeod. Morrow- when Mr. Cecil Quick, of j Whitla, Alia., was united ia the Mr. Maunsell, of the Bank of Com- i bomls ot matrimony to Miss Emma aierce .staff at Monarch, formerly of C" Larson, also of Whitla. Mic local branch, was a week-end vis- tor in the city. are one of this season's attrac- tive lines To All Our Patrons and those who are visiting this fair city during the Congress We take this opportunity of extend- ing to you a hearty invitation it> visit our Fur Department tho floor where you will find gathered for your ben-slit an unrivaled display of the season's richest creations. If there is any one line .of merchandise, more than another that this store prides itaelf upon in being able to do better for you than any other store, it is in Fine by the assistance our chain of fur trading posts extending far into the Circle, we are able to secure for your selection the first choice of the ['world's richest, and rareyt pelts, at smaller prices than' are possible through any other source. This collection includes Hudroa Seal Hudson Bay Sable, Northern Mink Vlaslta Sable Dlick Pox, Persian J imb and Ermine. Also an JmmeiiEe variety in lower priced furs, such as KuBsian Pony, Autrachan, Hiver Mink, Marmot, Rat, Columbia Sable, Blue and Black ttallnln Beir Neai Seal etc We cordially invite you to come, criticise and We remain, The Hudson's Bay Co themes of the Ihe sj.ea! ers were I'm! Bedford dcput) mil A quiet wedding was solemnized at ister of agriculture for Mimtobl Rev. A. G. Cameron went to Cal- seven-thirty on Saturday evening at j Rev. Mr. Pickle ind llr gary today to meet Mrs. Cameron, parsonage, when Miss Annie worth. The iingiu? uas bright an who from s trip to the Ida Koole, of Poarce, V.MS united in hearty, several special selections I matrimony to Cornelius J. J. ing Sling. A number of little girl Thyssen, of Medicine Hat, by thejsang a sowing song uith accompan- The .L'icutcnant-Govcrnor oi Albcr- JJev- T- Mr. and Mrs. i ihg movements u Inch v as urj plea1 MISS BYRTHA L. STAVERT ens, Ottawa; Mrs. John Harbert. JFnn- zanola; 'Mrs. A, M. Kepper, Jlrs. S. K. Davies, Mrs. C. F. Amidon, W. L. Clark, Prof. Alfred MJM Grace Shepherd, JFIss Victoria Priger- io, Dr. Liberty H. Bailey, Miss Alice Ravenhill, Mrs. .fennie Jluldrew, Mrs. Marie T. Raivdea. Among Harvey, and Miss, A. A. the delegates will be four young ladies from Uruguay who are now attending Cornell University. One these, Miss Victoria Frigerio, la and Mrs. Bulyea, and the Lieutcn- Thyssen ivill attend the Congress be-] ing. A class-of poi s ilso rendtrul ant-Governor of' .Saskatchewan and returning to Medicine Hat, where, special song "Forth to" the Hair they will reside. At the morning and evenin 'services Rev. Mr. Mrs. Brown arc guests with .Senator and Mrs. Be Veber during Congress. Miss Mewhurn went to Edmonton on .Saturday, where she "will be a bridesmaid at tbe Graham-Belcher Clubs and Societies preached sermons day. appropriate to th nuptials, which will be celebrated on Wednesdav. St. Monica's Guild of. St. Augusp tin's church will not meet tomorrow President Widstoe of the Dry-Farm- Miss E. charge of M. English will have j the litcrarv evening of YVIDTSOE ON MORMON ing Congress, Professor and Mrs. Mer- Westrainstor Epworth i.cagui, f il HitlinTi Qivillli nf ITf lit ni-.i to 'I ril, and Bishop Smith, of Utah, ar guests with Mr. and J. Gor- don for the Congress. Mrs. Kigljy and Mrs. 'Reeve, who have been on an extended trip abroad, will be held tomorrow night. The mid-week prayer ,and praise ser- vice of Wesley church will lie 'helicon Wednesday evening at eight at tb "n 33-5 st sailed for home on Friday on the Em- a press of Ireland and will arrive in Lot-abridge the second week in No- vember. C Mrs. McCulloiigh, of Kelowna, B. is the guest of Mrs. .J. R. An- niviiic service will he held in St. Augustin's chnrcli at eight'o'clock on Wednesday evening. An invitation is extended to any of the congregation, who care to assist, at the conclusion nt iifcti iu, M iit ij. JS l.HU tllL'hli Ui J.U1S. nil- r j tell Congress of tho progress of derson. Mr. McCullough, of the semce, m decora ting the ____ _ ,____ _. n, rnnrivi mr I.MP liarvocf. women advancement In the Vouth j Bank of 'Montreal, Kelowna, former- American Republic; the other Uru- guayan d-elegaU'E, Mtes Nllda Castel- icci, Miss Maria Espinoln, Miss Amer- ca, Marlines Escaray, will tell )f the colleges women's work and the igrlculturul development, of their country and all other countries in South America. In connection with he farm womens' Congress, al feature will bo th-a women: county commissioners, boards of Dry.Pflrmed products 'Exposition. Scares of valuable ucation, local or country granges, farmera' orgn-nizationH, mayors of cit- ies and presidents of towns. There are thousands of farm wom-sn on tho North American continent -to-jcxl day wiio are not axnire of this gre; organization, es have been offered in some twenty classes and the entries already as- ly of the local branch, is. the guest of the Hank oi Montreal slafi at the hank apartments. Mrs. C. Kgcrlon Ryerson has gone to visit lier daughter, Mrs. Arthur May bee hr Brandon, and has rented her apartments in "Tlie 93 a spec- Madison avcimo, to Mrs. F. H.'Mew- burn, Lethbririge, Alberta, who, with her daughter, Miss Helen Mcwburn, will spend (he winter in Toronto. Toronto News. church for the annual harvest thank: giving services, which will be held on Sunday next. Stv-Andrew's Church Christian En- deavor; society meets Tuesday night. The "iiubject will be "Christian Soci- and after the paper a short program will be given and the ladies will .serve refreshments. Westminster Sunday.. school held rally day yesterday, and the Harvest Home services' in connection with the HIGHEST DEGREE OF INTELL! GENCE APPROXIMATES GOD IN HUMAN LIFE The agricultural college delegatioi of the Utah representatives accompan led by several prominent Utah biiai ness'and professional1 men, arrived in the city Saturday night. The partj wag headed by Dr. John A. Widtsoe head of the Utah Agricultural college and president of the International Dry Farming Congress, and several scien lists of note accompanied the party Among these were Dr. Robert Stmvart one .of the best known soil chemists in the United States, who: will ;nreseu a paper on the Intensity of nitrifica tioh in arid soils, before the scientific research division of the congreaa; Dr Frank S. Harris, Jn charge ...ot- "the agronomy department of the Utah'-col lege'a-nd the parly ts also accompanied by a team of three men who en tor the Students' Grain'Judging-con- test, which will be a feature -of ;the j church were also held yesterday all inj sure a most interesting display. The Mrs. Klie.irer, of Calgary, is t-lic i i to- exhibits will comprise Bardan products gurat of her sister, Mrs. Minor, for by women homesteaders, jolly I tho week. i al congress. of Dry-Farming" Congress Sun-I Dr- aduiessed a laige and y The church was prettllv decor iienc" unuer uispices of the Chinch id, and tables at'the front laden i -Iesus Christ of 4-attar-.-Day-. Saints the products of 'garden, field iat S- lltli! afternoon and fruit vine resembled ah cshiL-it at! His talk was hl the of i Mr. and Mrs. Short., ot High Hiver, i lhc The church was i cscoia of the to chmgj iml bel cEs of lo the. afternoon, i f llirfl (ntl will! Mr an M.S. A. lllenncr- t being requisitioned (or'i was .llEtcnctl to uith uript attention Unssctt .or Congress. by alj rhe bcljer oC Mrs. Lucktiardt, ot How Inland, and out tlic farming idea "cultivation" Coaldale B ock, .3.O9 Fifth Street South THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS Hosiery Hose We just unpacked two cases of Hosiery which should have been at_ our opening. We must ha.ve the room for our Christ- mas and. Holiday fi-oods, t-hereforn v.-p arc putting these on our'tahles sit a Special Sale. Our'loss your ,T I "irrowing" and "harvest" beinc the her stister, Jhss 01 Arcola, h arc guests with Mrs. G. E. Fleming. .Mr. .1. H. Malk-tt, oi Vancouver, is i tlie guesl of .Mr. II. A. Wright for a few day-s. Mrs. Tolc, of Seattle, will bo a guest !KT sister, Mis. C. .1. j Kckstorm, diirint; Mrs. who has been visit- ing Mr. and Mrs. Owen Delay for the past few days, left this morning for N'clson to lie, the gnest of Miss Blanche JkAsloeknr. A fenniK rinnce will be held in the hall on Friday evening, when "Old" simply bccnuie grey i the patronesses will be Mrs. 0. L hairs closely associated withold age. Veber and C. beare. GETTING GREY EH-OLD MAN AND BALD TOO. Looking twenty yccrc older Ihfln you really arc. Being made tlu laughing stock ol your Iricrids nnd of their jokea- F. P. Couy- It is very humiliating to'be grey and bald when your age doesn'l justify be classed as a "Has Jiecn" and ect aside.by 1 your young friends as too old for "BiUee Taylor" as presented by io-, be turned down possibly, in your applica- cal taiont will bold ihc boards.at the (ion for that position become a YOUNG-LOOKING MAN' was WANTED. Get the best of the grey doo't let them get the beet of you. HAY'S HAIR HEALTH monism, according .to -the Doctor, that the glory of God is Intalhgonco and that a saved no faster than ho gains.knowledge To attain to tho highest degree of intelligence possible Is the urging of the church Icadcio and the. .speaker gavi> some lllumin sting figures to show tint Utah lanks tirst in the union of s ates in cduci tional matters. A second delegation head ed by Secretary Joseph Camt of the Salt Lake City. Commercial expected in ind pi in (licationu arc that Utah-'will', bo. the best represented state at the Con Majestic for four consecutive nights LADIES., )5c, 20c, and 25c, KOSF; a Your -Choics......................... CONGRESS PENNANTS SG CENTS yon hni-finliiH. GENTLEMEN'S 15c, 20c. and 25c HOSE Your choice 15s Hive us a cull if commencing; (his The Con- gress Oufpii, Eda Hatch, her attrndanls will occupy a box at the initial performance tonight. The company ctmt-ahiK talent, p nnd, considering (he fact that they j arc working to defray tin; ex-' pensps of liic1 'Dry-Fanning Consn-ys, slioulrl he rewarded with capacity j For Cale and Recommended by houses RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO, Ltd. SI.00 find Sflc nl Drii-l j receipt cf price and ifeatei" itinlbotlk I'liilo Hnr Spec. or Direct iipnt Send 10-fm N; J CORFU PEOPLE1 PRAY} Corfu, Oct. 21 Prayeia said ,n tbe churches he're 'today for tlie success the Qrcsk army the Turks. The Turk brigand Salia has looted many villagfis ou HIP mainland and ord- ered several fchot. hl-j band he entered 'the vil- mge or Cltttra, In but was DISTRICT AWARDS READY TOMORROW JUDGES FINDING COMPETITION IS JSARD TO REACH DECISION "ttho M-ill nm tie stple or exhibit sweepstakes? Now thai tho tthoat cbampionabtp his been tte-irted tbat 15 the nest .question oE importance for the judges to decide The -lunouncenieiit not bs made until some Uiiio 'tomor- row, according- to information received, this morning from Chairman Fairfleld of jury of awards We arc having a hard .time tbja year tu decide which state or province will carry off tbe blue ribbon. Thort are three Canadian :and slates iu the .they, all have the, finest have ever aeon gathered together at such an .ex- position. The judges have beeu work- on it all morning, and will be busy for the rest of the-day before it-.is fi Ih decided. Alberta is barred, 'but has one of the finest entries on the grounds. The states nnrt .provinces entered, for HIG Jig prize ale Saskatchewin Mtinlto British Columbia, Ai zoiia Colorado Idaho, Culifpinio. and Olrlahoma i 'It is .the'closest Ijhare ever said G, of t'ha Experimental Farm at .Laeonibe.'. "Wo. re through judging our.part, but the grain judges are. now -working on" tho grain'exhibits, and are haying .Jme. -After that'the display .0'be .judged. Everything -is being -judged'.oa; the iiasis of -'OQO points and in one ot the melons seicn of the entries- ten points of one another AH the winners be HII louuced tomoiron with probablg exception dr'itwo. In the 1HI of ulnneis ilreadj pub ished no appealed in classos oui 01 fne for Club and Durum di 1 he-re were no entriefe en off hy the Near Aria, th-a Turks have killed four men and two boys. imply, Perfect the only, poss lie verdict when friends see 10 poi traits ike of jou No fitter ho.w prone icy are to .erlti- they .canript rftT fault- with :ir >HOTOGRAPHS liey will'be foitb- 11 to. life.'when 3U looking 3 r best. They ill bs beautiful- ly finished and mounted ia the style most favor- ed by fashion. I lise TURNED FIRST SOD While in Red Deer last week Presi- dent Cunningham, of the Board of J Trade. WSB chosen to turn the first j sod for the foundation of the Red I 3rd Ave< Beslde Dfiisr Iron Manufacturing Co. Baptist Church ;