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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY ITEKALD 13. EDITED Offlei Phory Realdencf Phone 774. "There never Is a load so bin ;-liut somewhere rosc.s- arc There never is u so dill t .somewhere sliine.s a ,st 11 Mrs. is the friends in .Mr. Davenport, of C'algan is i for a time in HH: local Hank of iUonlrcal. Mrs. II.. "ninclrad ami lilllc il.iiiirhler, returned yesterday from a visit in Moi Vwcombt Wedti ami Kolii'rlsuii. Mi i lliiintU qi Nun A uil Ins mind in tit) mil will sptnd t'li ninlii i illi Im Imithcr V ijni HIM nctl. Mi M iLi it is lunoilllf, ll l imllmen sloe1 flora tht ViUom Mansions to vVriirht's old stand, anil >he invites all ihe ladies oi the cili lo cili mil lid hafb 1 un thing will be ready for inspection in new stand tomorrow house all you hnvi1 lo do Is lo'nt- lach the hose with cleaning, Hie opening ot Hie pipe on that pat'- licnlar floor, ttirii on the electricitv anil Hie cleaning begins. J170 was the gratifying suni rca id In tin Indus of SI ('hllrch at their annual an concert yesuvday. The ronservativ rooms, where the bazaar was held was attractively decorated with Hags anil hunting.' Mrs W. I'. Hoy had lull charge of tin dii or it ing Mrs. .Mrs. Simpson am Mrs. Kingston, were a reception com- llu boiillis ueii m i'iug( M ihi "ollotving ladies llome-maile Wcllin' Ion, Mrs. Cope and Mrs. Young. 1 tllti lie Ml Mrs c u voi, Mrs. I'.aflon-Canning and Mrs Hill and Miss .lack were at thc'.-.tlirev Austrian unlvei'si- .Miss M. iledl-cgoi- will In Sliest of Mrs. W. W.' McGregor gary, over Thanksgiving. the j The committee in' charge (il'tluMiox Cnl-1 social held in t'uitv Hall. Fridav I October 20tli wish to think Mts- ilu ts- vhillo Sliffoid 1 ilmti ind Kcalcy anil McCul. m inking it Tile .lotnl amount 'II Mr aiidvMrs.-Frank mil Missis lilmii spend Tlinnlisglvliija in Calgaii Hit lo foi thin guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. Mi-Gill, such .1 success. ill d M is SI Mis I Johnston mil little i Auuistint lini nlniiied nun Mont tuint minibus, of till In inonlh's mil in Mukod and Inn Ilium I lilies mtt mill Mis film up the i icsiilinci in tluiincu "sen More usttulu jttcinoon llOlili Uil I 0111 111 AM i Mis II Dll.Si.lll th (-linn duel win. mil rendered and Mrs S Ktidjngs licit gnen In Mis Miss Hutitson jtull lefne tomor ifteruooll uifnn thr'fourth Sit urday oi Hie month throughout the si i on The ladies "of Kuox church request you not to forget -their pantry sale which will he held in the basement Oi (he church tomorrow afternoon, com lueiicing at three o'clock, MI-.S Doi othi runpbc.ll of tin II million Ctolf lul bin, nju, the Hti UK hn Cup it lutj loucniDcnl in i himltlplii i I11 gu it mini an tigdh anlici pitini, tin Uinti Kill ivlucli -nil ht in Hie K of P hill On Tuts (In inning, (Iclobti, Jlest ,0. I1, .iorgc.nson anil Jits.. Uiesclh. 1 A .dainty menu was served bv Mrs. Moor who w is assisted Mrs r ind Mrs 0 P Jorgen son. Kcv. 0. Clraut closed with' prayer. mil Vegetable :l, VUslliook mil Mrs I Utstliiook I'holo-Mis llu. ill Doll Hilda jVIcMillcn and Violet III'ell tea-room, where small 'tables wit i wh li (o ir, wtit in ingtd was in charge of Jlrs. lloullon, Mrs. Kill Mrs Stewart Mrs md Mis Gilttsmt Hit concert m tlu tuning iiispit sided over by .Rev. Canon McMillcn mil consisted of {lit following solos Miss Bums Mis u Ho Mis I ockuood Mi I tils Mi Loopi nd Mr liarittl md Mi KiddiHc' piano solos MISS lones and Mrs gm tu solo Miss pittolo solo uldass Manlath Mrs- Ujddmgton lies of whom were1 about 8 per cent. In the mcdicil dqiaitmint thin iitit 271 and ln''tlie includes tin school foi to u were while only forty-four lieartl lectures in the laiv deiiartment where all doors have not vet been foi the meeting -Mrs. Lodiwood and Mr. Hit iicompinists I ones were Mrs 1 I Hill ntltomtd mini usitors during tin .Ueiel I he. Court of Appeals in Georgia j has upheld as valid an ordinance -of Jtln Citi of Mhnla nnkiut it tlu ,L of elnigt, of llidtrei Italians never use Ihe number thir- teen in making'up Ihe numbers in their superstiliun of the people is against II. The Turks ire so prejudiced against the won that it has virtnallv bee. expunge! iron locihnlli'j Ni house .in Carls hears the iiumbc H mil pi rsons tillul miss" Or "fomteens arc held in re si i e thin lo m i i louilttutl guest it iliniiii PIUIHS ih i ilii iipici illow Unite (n pti cms it i hccaiisc l.oki, ihe o! n ilitt in tin Noi nntholuk) tlntt iiiadi. the tliutiinlh tt ttlts Lial haiKltict anil occasioned confusion Mill is t IH u Im (inoni tion lobis if the Dm llu ttrtmouj iut' the Koh-i-Noor will he added' to he. her crown. Ac-jordinjjo Indian superstition although Ills b stone stout blinds hid lo i brings disaster ,to man .who wears "it, ami it is part- in deference to this belief Ihat the ewel.was not sot in the crowns of ing and Mni, George C'uttn Mm is lining mule some iciutifnl cloth oi gold ditssts tl ib rated1: with embroideries, especially lade "iii India. Utliouji I loienti Nightingale is best known, through her superhuman labors on anil the thousands ot lives she lias msttii mental ia saving in the Crimean war, she picture.- snow i. and llu> VVIICII .SIIC ra n J.' dill, AlllltlUL it home form illi for tht lust I cvmuitions to Lequuc uomen to re- i lime this si 111 iltcoi pilms 'ftrns inth pink uunations moil their hits Ihe couit slid he course of its opinion i 'Nothing moie gicitli mars' nott of color VIi Hill hid I'1'cdsmt entcil linn eat oi donned 101 sjlic a ilimti 11 hilt i mhroidnpd mounted Ou Pink silk i Mis I rink lledlei rectued with 31111 foiihrd dicss ind hi itk hubs the comfoit oi those nho mai be so unfoitunale is to be lo ated behind the c obstructions 01 mote II- ritahly disturbs or interferes with the comfort oi the audience, attend- Miss I ofhianpi ruiclqieil jj flfe soh it (lie, mee-iiiig of1 Women s Mis loiniv qf cliurcli usttidii aflcrnncn i" f 0 II iltlrccl in paid ciushcd rose-gown of liboiu silk I In- dt j an (kaninc, siitem be Hemonst, vted toim rfm M 1m meeting s one md wine fn ire cordiallj in loimd Ihit vllpd to call ind see foi lomsilf th 7cd SO] ti tlunchts cigh Ihe itcf'Hmiii i it'lll7cd ige Sile Tin biiilge iiunged In Anss Pill, son fo MssBclchci (I diiionton) tltined In the, 1 ucv VondtrTiil-Kh ullage of the V rlir m tllc ids- un' ipd coal dust spunk ltd on it ind Him ij tho, Miss ilalbtplip (Winnipeg) lasi eitn i a HIV- delightiul affair Jli s I ucilc-'f ind Jii, JMJVI combe won the iirclty faiois 1 hos-t hidden neie lln Misses Bclthti I'ar stone Miehctii-, Miehcth. Vioomin, Messis while ion walfh (ht protes-i Hit put oi the, sisltm s- tint tie michine astli is ins-tilled in Urn md piping between the stud (In oi Ihiotijrh a closet or obscure i i M l th each if eh jet thlfa wis. bi no me ins tht onlj Hung she did for tht I nglish pcoplt "Before she" "went to the Crimea, jss Nightingale MIS superintending nnkiiiLj it the in London hospitil ior gonrnessts jdflenviids turned into d hospital oi mialld Icwoi ictf which pionri cd. sutgicil md medical titatment to in one most hapless classes that need assistance. the atltn'pts wcie (irs-t made l lis-t .funds for a ntn hospital j wrote 1 to mike m for an institution is doing good ow i hiiri I fiust Ciod s work It is an citih lisliment for gentle'ivoincii in tempor- ari illrjess aidihas hetn in existence since ISjlj iihejSJSKli the help I idi canning I was able Lo let it on fooC anil to urcsulc oier it until T went to the Criincin nar In it governes'ses. (who are primarily eligible) tht lines- ind daughters ol the clergi of militnri md otllLl piofessioml men itccnt l possible care, comfort .and first-rate advice at the most inoiferale cost I asjf and prai nn ftiends Mho still rcDiomhei ji e le th s fuilj Eacrod work Iingiiish ind tile foi the oi i liltlt moie moncj Uilnjis-go a liaaacial way, that. is. Her circumstances were rather straitened. But sue al- ways was providenl, and 1 am that her husband's prosperity has been due, in no small degree, lo her At any rate, now she has, ii not all that ii'.oney could give her, at least a good deal. And I am glad of it. I can 'sunivit all up by saying Ihat she lakes comlort in her things, the sort of coim'ort that pleases 4 behold- This comfort that she takes is far removed from the mere joy in pos- >n foi stilish ends Mie ippri elates her possessions, she knows how- to use them, and. what is most iiii- Por'lHnl of all, how lo use them for others, '.She what it means to be without and she values then accordingly. I believe that she has seen in each slaife of malerial pro- ;I'CKS a greater opportunity, not for a thing is foreign to hll foi making more ivorth while for someone else. Oh, 1 don't mean to say that slie hasn't enjoyed doing all. this she has, and thoroughly, liul Ihe. aolual though! of herself has very been lacking. 'She has told me that her first de- ;ire, when her husband's business be- gan lo develop, was to make: sure irovision for .the education of the children, I know, too, thai, even vben she had little enough money to lo with slit gut is could u old to help moie than one need) icrson in her immediate family; and as. well. Now that she does ot .have to count the.pennies, she is hie to gratii) hti wishes in Ihis w n lore abundantly. Hy'-no means does lit liebtow of moneii indistnm uttlj oi Ihouglitkssh Ihat is not ler method. ffei rule in this icgird is to help those who help themselves. Her' giv- ing is unostentatious ind uuaruli) considente-of tint I am certain She. entertains much md nitli -i ciousness tint itti ,cts hci quests to her the moie eien dai oi then slai Slit r inleiesttd in seitiaf philan thiopit enltipnsts I isked her More Home B etter every way than ihe ready made foods DR PRICES Baking Powder I of Tartar Powder Made whether thei did not nuke t tieaij demand on her tm'e She that, ,91" couise, thei required lint she said, '1 have" the. leisure to 1 am glad to give Others have not s-o much tune, tbpn ivln should 1 not giic more'' Her biniplc stitcment was an index to the work- ings of her character. 'That is what I call taking real comfort: in things-, no nutter us to their nature My makes of home, hei lieu instruments of good, and she isicnjonug them all the more on Hub icri account Their Hojal the, Uuke and DurhoBS of Connaught 'wilt hold the usual drawing-room aftei the opening or the Hougeit ot Parliament, and haie decided that, as-yet, thef, M III nuke no change In the rcsulR- tions that liaie been in order during the resime df the previous ors General .Milk in Bra'utford will tiiarged 10 instead ot 13.cents a Ion byiiroducers. liclus which m n Ju tiscs h ohitruci Ihe new oi mce I hi sptcticnlu is the pnnci I'll inrt 01 moving piciure shoiis- llu evil umtd it In this ordmince tht miseliief it i is ml- cl d to pre, lent ind tht imisince it ins passed to ibite ill clculj show tint tji- ordnance m is intliin th- pohii, the cid ii) Kelieill wclfSr 'L emi i A iVc'w York girl who member 01 thi. Vmtiicin studcnf tolonj hall corner connects floor. To clean am part' Vienna writes ent bib teised to he an object llnils-uil interest heie slit t just a student and has become so numerous tint nc one si ires it hoi The cati- of i tl e logues lot iea.i tint there Tliaaksgiving Flowers ,for Your Dinner Table Decorations Choice Chrysanthemums Roses and Carnations Your .fricnils will appreciiilo'a box of our Gut blowers _, ir. ir store will'ho open Tlianksg'ivliig from 9 a.m. 'to when shall be pleased to have the opportunity' ol' .showing' y'oii, inii.1 your'friends onj- (irceu- The ton tt ictenlli to he seen u Ihe worn in sfud thought lo he the one discoitnd In iss -Caroline Mcrschel in-17flfl. Miss Llerscliel, who trained, iii her ptliLi. s obstriiton in order to i st hln guntd tmmtl cc as ai tionomei in hti ouh right Vmoni? other exploit sh ilistoitred eight tomots oi w Inch tht one nou a] irbaohing the earth a'gain was seen' hri in Caroline llerscbcl is an instance of he little reparation or rcward'allow id to ivomcn in the past, .says the llilsli-ated London N'ciy.s, for she ecins never lo have received any in itr.iiction in hut to usl puKcd ufi IHI Knowledge in flit ouist oi no ling foi mil nith b ,tnd ciil'fs. Olhcrt, in with high hntkinod fsollars, JVHMncliidcd .if one pin o loi Fiid.iv .md'Sddirday's Rubber goods will find a ready sale at 20 per cent, reduction Now is the time- to stock up in rubbers for the wintry weather.-1 Exceptional purchases in this department enables us, to. KIVO you an ad- vantage of 20 per cent, over Hie regular pilccs for TWO ONI Uoth ladies'-and'men's arc included in :this magnificent ofler I 2 mel 1 buckle nrctlcs, snow excluders, overshoes, pull-overs, etc. Shoes IIeav.V'.giiiiv: one-buckle, with heavy rolled cdce. Very special" offer, at. a Tl T ilni i The Terrilr Floral Co, I'hwiic (Jor. IIUi HI. Mh Avo. S Girls' lied Felt A very comfortable slipper, and fur lined; were in the regular way J1.26.. lie- duced for Fridav and Saturday to "I .siient some lime this iiaid an observant "with a friend who i.s iniich more biesfccd' llitlii I in worldly; goods. I; suppose, hu- inii.ii nnliim if is, Ihat I cpiilcl easily have come away from icr home rather dissatisfied with my oivn candition, and, hit en- vious. As it happened, my feelings, m departure, .were entirely different, rim-reason rests wild n-y liosless. "Tn' her early dayn she 'miR'ir "'lo See what values the Linen Dept, are offering for sale Friday and Saturday Rtnl dnuli'- damahk fi.iss bleached 'I a tile rino tnen MniRh and hrautifii! defdfitit. full f2 aiid lias In Ihe leglilai II 2ft. fnd II tiid Friday and Saturdav will find at ,per i-ird of the same high sracle. neaio and SO in 20 in hemmed ready '1 hei were res; S3 2j irer do? Fudav and Saiuiclai onlj, wrdwen- Afternoon Tea Cloths 75c The-greatest of is a little.assortment (only 15) fine Iriih Linen, liand-emhroidercd j o'clock Tea beailtifnl of Irijh peaianlrj- work. Tbny wore in the "usual .way up to .11.36 hilt have become slightly Moiled in win- dow d.jplav Make an tnih selection of these at. 75c Boys' Sweater Coats .What a grand opportunity lo secure comfort- able Sweaters and Sweater Coals for (he hoys at. bargain heavy, knitted wllh high collars, in color combinations of navy, .cardinal, grey, green and brown. Co-ats with open necks; sweaters lo button on shoulder, AM 'will be put In at one price for Friday and Saturday 75c Our Grocery Pricings Tlio bargains offered In this depart- luent call for special attention. Compare our tho duality Is too well known to need comment. cakes in p.itkel Kejjulai 2'it Special 19C ALL KINDS OF In 1 Hi jals ItCR- lai Kc Sptcial TETLtV'S The "Sunflower", packed 111 5 III tlln Itig 1'rl.laj- and Satiilda) 4A- (CUC .l, packed 9 All Sale Goods Strictly Approvals ;