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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October 23, THE LKT'IIBKjmGE DAILY HERALD PURE WHOLESOME RELIABLE ECONOMICAL MADE IN CANA EWGILLETTeaiTO TORONT TO ONT. MILADI EDITED BY 1W4 tt brings Good Luck ing dmy bicausa every rccjuiii of perfect baking powder embodlod in Alberta's Bait." eit" is pure, ab- ''Albert solutely "Alberta's Best in pefeotly free from any substance injurioui to naalih. "Alberta's Best" is Tried It ia known by good 'co oka tuery where Ask voup grocar for it today. I low .sweetly .suimitx the voice wouuui It is sn .selilutii heard, thai, speaks, 11 ruvislifs all senses. The liH' woman i.s full ot Toiling on, and on and on, With breaking heart, and tearful eyes, And silent lips, and in thu s.'wl 'i'lic sticret longihgs that atisf, Wliicti this world never hatislii.-s Koine more, some but of the whole Not one quite happy, nut not ono Rev. Canon 01 Warner, is a visitor at the Congress. Mrs. Upton, of Piudii.'r (.'reck, is a gui'St with Mrs. tidwurd J. Schl. Mr. John oi forest, Out., is oi liis son, A. M. Fisher, 7th Avis., S. Mr.and Mi's. Bishop, of Maclcod, molorud to the city yoslecdav and are attending the Congress. Mr. and Mrs. T. ..S. Gill; of Cian- brook, arc guests with JMrs. Cloary. Mr. W. R. Hull, of Calgary, is the guest of Mr. qntl Mrb.-Jarnns (Jlpnis- for the Mr. T. S. Mackenzie, qf Salem, Oregon, formerly of this city, is the kins and son accompanied -the- party- home and will visit in the city for a I'oiiplf; of Tho Sous of Knjilaml held a-delight- ful dunce last cvt'iilng in tlic-ir which was prellily dccuratcil with Hugs' ami bun Gaskell's four- pieui orchestra discoursed sweet mu- sic, and cnjoypd, by one hundred .giicgts. The coumuttee in diargo included Jlrs. K. Mr. Pearson and Mr. t. Westley M. C. Tlie new uudilnniim was tlie; scunc; of a brilliant social function last ev- ening on the occasion of the recep.- tion -which was tenilcred dt-legates ami notable visitors to the ing Congress. Tho walls were liberally bung, tlie of many nations, the, stage was picturesquely banked! wi'th'; ferns, j Her Gracious Majesty, Miss Kd'a j Hatch, of the Congress, re- j ceived 'the many guests. She was ex-. 41 'I1 "fr fy CABINET MINISTERS HERE Almost all tho members of tho Alberta government havo beou hero to attend tho Con- KIVSK, On 'Monday Hou. Dun- can Marshall arrived, and will mnialn until tho affair is over. Hon. (.'has. Stewart and Jlon. John II. _Boyle took in tho big event.on- Monday. Hon. A. J. Mchedu is spending most, uf the week 'in the city. Hon. Clias. Mitchell visited the Kx- position yesterday afternoon, and attended the reception last night, leaving on the lute train "for Medicine Hat, Alia. Pre- '.inier Sifton arrived in the city at midnight last night and ad- dressed the Congress this Hon. M. Mckenzle "was also a visitor to the his show. whom, were prcsentcil to Her Gra- uious Majesty and the distinguished visitors by Mr. J. W. McNicol and Mr. H. A. Cunningham. The famous Cardstou choir occupied .scats on the platform and rendered some pleasing selections.. FARM WOMAN AND HER WORK Some Helpful Papers are Read in the Woman's Section this Morning EFFICIENT JUDGES .Mies Preston, of the City KClicol stiitl1, and Miss JJcLeiiy tlie Judges of the exhibits iu the Woman's department, ami thqi'iheir work was satis- factory and efficient ia amply eviduncad, by the fact that there has. not been a, single complaint made. These grac- JOHB ladies gave their services -gnUis, und fael amply (r( The splendid reception rellects ed ju of credit on the entertainment eoiwmil- quisitely gowned in white salin wiHi tee" and its eOicicnt chairman, Mr. C. I IL crimson robe and court train edged G. K. Nourse. in ermine, while on her head rested a jewelled crown. of 'Sir. Mrs. W. .Jordan, J2th St., S., during Ms stay in the city. Mrs. Hulmc and of Win- inipeg, who liayo horn quests with Mrs. William Clean-, rnturnc-d liome today- i Mr. and Mrs. J. G. of Irma, an; guests of Mr. and Mrs. .1. Jones, Her were Miss Lu-' cilc Fekstorm in black silk ninon er salin, Miss Mildred Mason ia crushed rose salin, Miss Audrey Xeald in white satin and flliss McKillop in cerise ninon veiling white satin." Wee Kathleen Hall and Myrtle Rose, dressed as dainty .little pages, fulfilled their duties most splendidly, -Visitors to the Inlcinaiional Con- gress of Farm Women, who have reg- istered since Monday noon, include Mrs. H. W. Mrs. W. Doran, Cranhrook Mrs. A. E. Easton, New-.Westminster; Miss M. Adella Fowlc, Denver; sire. E. F. Graves, Spokane Miss Mia A. Har- kfns, Hozeman, Mont.; Mrs. Marshall Holt, San Francisco Mrs. A. P. :.c attendants were Mr, Beebe, Taber Miss-''Mildred Mr. Clarence Hog-i yri Mr- C. u, Diiwspi era, Mr. Levcritt DC Vcber and Me.- Harold Henderson, i Those, who received with Her (ira- cious Majesty, were His Honor Bulyea, Mrs. Htilyca, His Honor Brown, Mrs. Brown, president Wfdtsoe, Mrs. Card, Hon. Uurrcll, rvcy, Raymond Miss Margaret McKenncdy, Winnipeg; G. 'A. U. Krook, Wolselcy, Sask.; Mrs. J. F. i'arrhiti, Cardston Mrs. R. Me- Charles, Manitou Mrs.' A. if. Play- fair, Huiney, Mrs. Ruby May, Cards ton Mrs. Agnes Stark, Cards-i Mrs. Eunice Ferguson, Cards- Mrs., II. Ellen. Browning, Lon- HIGH-CLASS VISITORS Although the city is .thronged with visitors, there was never a more oniorly crowd of noople than is gathered 'liere this week. The class of visitors who come to the Congress' is a revela'tiou to ihany.' They are their attendance nt the greatest agricultural convention and exposition In the histpry of the continent, and citizens generally .have ex- pressed their pleasure at play- ing host on this occasion. Xintii street south. Mr. and Clnirlcs.. fiigot, of High Hlver, arrived this aitcrnoonico to visit t-lii! Congress and arn guests with Sirs. Krasor .Cameron, 1 Stratli- cona Court. ilr. and Mrs. .John K. Kilzpakiek ancl family, Miss Dcmcrs and Miss Tenant motored from their ranch in Sweet Orass, Montana, to attend (he Congress and are guests with rela- tives. Mrs. F. Hopkins ami Master returned-home tbdav from Roy .Groat Falls KoWrts, Uy- Utah Annie Entire Clearance of Trimmed and Untrimmed Shapes Lethbridge Millinery Company L. A. SCOTT, Manager. -Mil Avenue South. cr-Creek; llrs. data c. Thompson, .Spring Cijuln- Mrs. .11. Twcdrtlc, H. C.; L. K. Taylor, Majjrath Jirs. Marie Woodson, Okla- homa llrs. A. F, Watt, Victoria Dr.'. K. S. St.'Tiiiil Miss A'lice Lindscy t'orvaiei's, Ore. Congress Sideiiglits j .The huso cjiunk of Taber coal at the exhibition grounds, the biggest i solid piece of fuel ever raised above ground in an Alberta mine, is at- Iracting a great deal of attention. In five hours yesterday nearly 3000 guesses had been recorded on the weight of the chunk. As a newspaper gitoss, we should say it tips the scales at over two tons. TUis wafj "Farm Women's in the Woman's Congress. Heal heart- to-heart messages from real progress- ive farm thrilled the large number present, Mrs. A, M. Kopper delivered an in- tereat'-ag address on "One Farm Wo- man' to Another." "Farm women hold a. and important place in the world. They are creators of new wealth; for by their labors the .poultry industry has assumed one of the most important places in ,the list of farm outputs; mil- lions .of ..pounds, of butter annually vouch for ,thelV unremitting toll; the home garden-, shelves heavy laden! with filled fruit, these bear! testimony'- to their thrift. 'She look- etli well to the ways of her household.' sphere Is not[ iu following gaJrifiil pureuits, but as I windows, and air the attracts (ho provider pi! the lioaey touch that j that make one wqnt to stay t only a woman's ,lmnd holds, she coolB uue the the Covered brow, sho smiles when j" She concluded'by Vujjiug, that tho others sigh, and. she that hides anx-iwifc should be- u .food chemist ai'ad icty in time of trouble more of a the kitchen a laboratory In which tho help to the-husband than-any ma-' health of her family .was locked InterestingJews to Coigress Visitors frm Our Dry Goods Department The call of-winter" means warm, seasonable such as flannels, flan- nelettes, blankets and Our stock in, all these lines is the most com- plete oflifcs kihdjn the city, and the prices more can be got elsewhere Full Range of Flannelettes Fancy "stripcy.dark and colors, also white; 30 inchns Avide. Price lOc per 3 aril 1'Jxira cjualitv ihig] white, pink, grey, and Flannelettes lain tolois Pi-ires layp, lor. 17t-, 2ttc, 23e, yard ui Season's stock of White Flannels Also' 'military, Ficnch, in tuwm, liglit and dark, grey, blue1 and iod now conipluU'. Price From 25r yard Full range of English and Canadian Blankets and Comforters Gorton filleclY-oinforteis and s.itccn covfi-od: to Sateen and Satin M on -to 1'ure wooi'Iiudsoii- UliuikcU, variety of ooliirs a lid Hudson's Bay ive points there and terial lift affords. "Farming life and isolation need.uot be synonymous, for lonely hours come not to the, woman who has learned the joy in-the companionship of auth- ors. The jvjiolo river of literature Hows at her door. women.who were denied an education in youth need not dlspair. By systematic rending they may ac- quire a Helf-ciiltlvatlon- that will serve them well. Tho world is an educator, get out in it and elbow along. "Getting It into, our heads ,tlmt we Imoif it all has dwarfed ninny a far- cer. We should, day by day, advance the key hers. All these devices spoken of before can be installed for the price-of tho piano in the parlor if she will get these fine can sayo time enough to practice oil the piano ob: tained later. (Mrs. Cooper, of Treeabanlc, Miml- ioba, discussed the chicken bust-ness in its varied aspects, :giving her ex- periences from'early pioneer days to .the present time. She says it's'pay- ing both iu tho' Bnilafao'tion you can got'out of producing such nectssHry productH mid a isb very well in money. Mrs. Cooper exhibited'some very mentally all we can." Every farm worn- devices in the way of poops, trap an should be buoyed in the spirit that aesU, etc. the world IOOKS to her for men of I A very interesting aiid impromptu integrity, jncn of clean morals, (talk on dairying was.given by Mrs. of imfaulterinfr trust in right from Howie. She aayts to "the woman starU She has better opportunity to keep close to 'her boy than the mother in the city where so many vile ..things, beckon. The whin1 of the iblds is not the same that hovers over the "-saloon bordered sidewalk. Our boys are safe with nature us their companion. "Women everywhere should add lew beauty'touches to the home; the rtibtic is adaptable to tlie country s well :is the city. Music is not so opelcsBly lost in the farm house as A DAINTY LUNCH Is Seivod daily flora I 12 to 2 o'clock at The Brown Betty Tea Room At Sign of.the Tea.'jPot': Corner Third Ave. and Street South ing In dairying, "Whatever- nine you may hitvo, for' pltj''s sake; have at least one pure brad c.pW, one (hat of and got more as you cau." She gave a very inspiring account of her visit to an Ayshire' dairy in county Ayr, and of Queen Victoria's dairy. WORLD'S GREATEST' FISHERIESJ Prince KupertV 'Oct." fir" Gcb.j Doughty, chief; of. tbe UrRcst; foiling comj'anv opera tine out of 'citimsbv, n the tenement where none 1ms time j in "is city, stated that tiie fish-f VISITING MASONS WERE ENTERTAINED LOCAC BRETHREN GREETED ON5 HUNDRED VISITORS IN AUDI, TORIUM OF CENTRAL _ SCHOOL _ I ocai M -sons last night entertained over one hundred visiting Maffohs'-at a reception In the auditorium -of the Fleetwooci school. The function Was a grand success, and the third was put on iby North Star lodge, and A.M., for the benefit of tors. Tlie auditorium wag be- ilei liul in the flags ot all nations, and. ;it ilia conclusion of the business of tiic evening refreshments ivsre 8 o listen. Coaldale Block, 3O9 Fifth Street South THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS Hosiery Hose Wo liavo just unpacked two oases of '.Hosiery "which .should have been here at our opoinug. We ninsl have iher.ooni for our CliiMSt-' njus and Holiday Cloo'ds, l.lierefoi'e nt a Speeial Bale. LADIES. 15c, 20c, and 25c, HOSE; Your Choice Oiti- loss Is yoiVr 15c we are pntiin.u' Iliese on our rallies DRY-FARMING COFNGRESS PENNANTS, 25 CENTS, you waiu liaryains. GENTLEMEN'S 15c, 2QcT and 2fic HOSE Your choice........................ AhiD ii. line of oilier soiivr-iihw. fjivo us ;i 15c If t clianical lieiiartnient of her-catablisli- nielli, in there are six journpy- nten printers and linoji. Tile Gait Gardens are coming in for n good many complimentary expres- sions from visitors to the Congress. RAILWAYORRIED UNPEOPLE RECORD WORK FOR THE NEW SYSTEM ON NING SMOOTHLY thousand four Jiiuulretl and nfnoiy-LuMi jiiisKoiig-arH were c.iiriicd yGHtortlay by the street rlGpnrt- inoni, n dccf dad iiiorohse on the j vions day, wlieii K.300 people took llio j oportunlfy of u rltlo. Th-o olficfala art} j grfiiiily ploamxl aatiafuctnry il -is inon; than iliju tn-'t'oro Fridtiy is rtincliod vfi-y TIic acrvloo is In nd ontiT, and curs "Ji is riinioroit that, thn (ion-) nuiojn v.-lIl'iiiTiinmi running rifilns for I. C, ovur Dui N', T. It. tracks from Mnnii'Cfil to 'I'li.v T Ii, il It: Hiiifl. 'loos not (lofhv to tin; N. T. It. cftcl from Cocuniuc. "In. our little kingdom of home let us talents for ils better- ment-and it will ono day be auid, 'Ye havo been faithful in u few things.'" Kitchen Equipment Mrs. John Harbert of read ail exceedingly able paper on "ftlod- (crn Kitchen in Dollars and in part .as follows: "I tome from the rank and file of farm women 1 aiu one of the ninety per cent of Anicrieii'-i women who do their own work." Among Mrs. Harbert's duties throe meals, washing dishes, washing iind Ironing! clothes, iioi'Hoimlly looking aficr a large floclt 'of poultry, -superintending thn care of a cliorry orchard v.'hich Is prido of hor heart, canning fruit vegolublus jind meat, and keeping her home clcun and neat. Sho finds tfinQ for all of tboso because has labor .saving dovlcua in run by electricity. One electric motor -ilie sowing mitchlne, wHwhys the lies, watihc.s tho. clothos and' fiiip- pliua wiib pouer -llift Ironfny mangle, electric iron, tlie ton K tor, the cof- foe pcrcohiior, the electric tireless cooker Kl. tho low averngfc of one iir'. pen hour, do we Iind MO many in- ancort of lortt moLlon in kitchen Uihor. flouso plunti Hhonld be direct- ly related 10 tho kitchen Itibor." Mrs. lliirhtrt. ajioltn of (he ability oi' plain uluininum surfaces on ninge.i. of an apron over ibe stovit 10 currj' oil n I i odors and strums, of n i-olor scheme Mletising' to bouso- flowers in of kitchen awayji man her in a vneam 'Windsor Mr. Cowan himself hom at the 'Judaon post at Fartory .._ j, K o o t e nay Fruit Lands and Timber RIM' J-IarryKi DonglaH, Representing tho Western Canada Investment Company of Nelson, B. C. Fniil -lands m-bloots of 10. acres of iicre.s. '.WcJiiiiidlc-iniids only of '.the' take you to sen the lands you need lo up a dollnr.. We will be ;pJeaso.d to .you.all iritips' and pnriinUars fii RO-OM 4. HILL Third ;