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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta EDITED BY "INO" 1224. u- Phone 77't "Koine mmiirVir, vvliei. llicir sky is clear and vmolty liriphti to view, II one.1 small speck of dark in llii'ir of blue 'And sonic lliiiiilifiiliovo are fill- en, if tun omi strunk of light- One ray of Cloti's the lof UK- ed. Mv. of I'hocuix, 13. C., is isonw: lime, tlie guest Df Mrs. William MtalTonl. on Monday Slits is report- ed doing nicely, turn her recovery limited for at ant) dale. .Sir riiui'les JH arrest, Winboiirnc, Kiitflaiid, and :Mr. IT. I-'. Crahhc, South Devon, Mr. and Mrs. ronto. are visiting Rrederick Hobliis, To- .Sir Williiiiii .-and Lady Mackenzie have lefl absent' r Iliq West, and 'ho the mil nf the month. The Misses remained Mr. (.Veil of Winnipeg, is al News, with Mrs. j i .J. K. I.ethbridge. MrK.Cllmrles Ilei'b and j (laughter, of Urljana, 111., who have Miss L. Way tuiri Master Russell returned this mou'iiing from a two I hionths' vacation at .Carievale, Sask. i Mr. Stanley of -.the Hasten iTmvnphip.s HanR, returned on. from a vacation, spent at IJanfi aw Mrs. II Mush .arrived this morning from Spokane ami is the guest of hci sister, Mrs. W.. S. Sherd, for a few (lays. Mr. Maclcod, of Calgary, who wa.s a guest for a short time with Mr Harolrr Henderson, returned home c Monday. Tim Hoard of Wcstmiiis- 'tcr church will meet, immediately the- ptosc oMluj, prayer meeting this evening. Mrs. F. R. I'eiincfatlier and Master Tom Prruiefalhcr left tyday for Cr-m- nroolt, when' they iniend to reside permanently. Miss Aitlcin, who has been a gu Mrs. J. M. .-Vitkin, left vcstcr- riay for Toronto, where'she is at- tend in t; university. In the board nf governors of the recently ojfcneil Mount Royal College, at Calgary, appears the name Rev, .T, P. Perry, ot Lcthhririgc. Mrs. .Stodnard, "Lady Van" of The Vancouver .Sunset, and secretary of the Vancouver Women's Press Club, is expected in Toronto this week. Lord Clinton and Lord Newton arc nl- the Windsor, Montreal, on their to a' tour of the News. Mrs. Rivers and Mr. E. J. Hill hnvR as their guest, I heir nephew, Mr. Wilbur Hill, of Vancouver, who .will remain 'for a few davs. The Young' People's Luther Lea- gue of .St Paul's First Lutheran church will meet, on Thursday even- ing with Rev. C. Grant, ISOD Sixth !Avc., S.' wil'f Mr. and Mrs. -I. Roland Heeli, Victoria Mansions, for the past week, IcJFt yesterday, for their home, i Miss 'I'Mith -Jrfcit's will-IK: at thc Y. Al.C.A. tomorrniv (Thursday) after- noon from four Mn .six, in order lo register the mrmtos of those who in- lend taking phypi.jai culture with her this fall. The Ladies' f.'olila Society of SI. Paul's First. V'.uthcran church, will hold thcii' uegjtlar monthly meeting, on Thursday at of Rev. C.Vf3 south. flinM >idden wens, Miss UavjAah, Mr. Aloi'Ko and Mr. Miles Mat'tinditle. TIii' dining in lik' was centred with a howl of sweet peas, resting mauvi; uliifYon. Mrs. Cony bun rt! wore hhie satin-, veiled in liiind eiiilmmhtiecl cliilVon, A nunihcr of young people were in- vited for the evening and enjoyed a dunce, while h ridge- was in pluy at one table. One of the most beautiful spots ij W.iKhinglon is the water lily farm conducted In a woman, who was forced Ilirough ill health to give uj her position in the treasury depart- ment. From an amateur cultivator lilies, site lias become one of (lie most prosperous producers on the Potomac. She lins caused tin artifi- cial lake to hi; in a df on her land ami now has pontis covering five acres in which she raises the flowers. Manj visitors .go lo her gardens early to see the lilies in full bloom, which are al liicir best from, daybreak until feii-lhirty. Then the' petals begin to close, and they are closed entirely by noon. President Taft is a frequent visitor at the farm and each time leaves with ;t basket of the best blos- soms. would the volet? of wherever it 'should 'bnant, 150fl Sixtl Earl and1 Countoss of Aberdeen are this moirlhf going to Scotland where they viill spend some weeks partly at Madido-Houso and partly at the Mouse of i'romar Lady (ieen is also leaving for a visit to Copenhagen lin (he near Sir Willii-nn JT-owcll Davics, M. P T Bristol, arrived in Montreal on lis way iojf attend. the Ecumenical 'oniercnce of the Methodist church it Torontr! After attending the To ronto meetings Sir William will miiko i lour through, ('nnada to the const iicforc hiv returns to England. The l.fulies1 Altar Society of St church niet with Mrs. Be iin, Hair Lk-t t yesterday after icon, uhen they decided to have ;i card s-dcial in the K. of P. hall, on he evening of September, the twen- y-tiilAt. A good program will lie ar- 'angcjj. and refresh men is served. Tlfa of Miss Florence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. rftntr 11. Wright, to Mr. -L Gal- was solemnized on Wednesday, fjpit. fith. at Winnipeg. Galliford was formerly man- jyer of thu Hell cilv. Telephone Co., of Miss Phyllis Higinbotham Ic tomorrow afternoon, to resume, studies at the University of To Mrs. Sam Jones, North Ward, -a-ho has h'ecn ill, a very lonely bouquet' of 'flowers, from the Ufcst- Ladies' Aid Society. Mrs. Jennie Unsworth underwent an operation at the Gait Mrs. McKIllon, Mr. Van Allen and rjMr. Scott, who were, the judges of i tlie debate, "Resolved that woman suffrage woiild he beneficial to Can a da." at Westminster church lasl night, decided in favor oY the, affirin- hnr a live. Roth sides were well contest- ed, and the debate one of the best ever put on at Wcstnunstcr. was cnjoycil by a large number people. The home of Mis. Chiswiek, Bart- leit St., was the scene of a .very smart wedding last evening, when her [laughter Lilian was united in marri- age io Mr. Alexander N'iven. Kev. A. Gordon tied the nuptial knot, and the wedding march was played bv Mr. G. V. Uutler. The bride, who was given away by icr eldest brother, Mr. George Chis- looked charming in a beautiful ivory silk dress, trimmed with silk- fringe. She carrier! a bouquet.of h'ri- dal roses, tied with white satin rib- bon. Miss Constance Doolcy made a verv pretty bridesmaid, in a blue striped uil and bo fai En one anpthci; all from. greiit Crwloi Of tho. students hi tlie United S'tateb at the present uro woinon. which number would seem to .linllcato that China has en- tered-Ujjon-the women's movenic' earnest.; Tjils is not astonishing, when' we.-rbmeinbcr mat In the East, women have played an important part in history in the past. Hut if China leads tho way today in the women's movement iu tlie Bnst. Corea will pro- bably have to 'follow sooner or later, as In what wta formerly known'as tha Hermit Kingdom, there is only one occupation open to women, and that is tobacco workinir. (From the Gazette, of February 11, 1891.) "A large and Influential meeting of leading bualneH min was hald t day afternoon in the Temple building. Hon. Mr. Drllmmond occupied Jhf j chair, and among the many present Messrs. A. W. K. I Greene, Samuel Finlny.'Di A. McCasklll, H. R. Ivcs, R. W. Barten, R. Fonylh. J. M.L.A.; John. C. Wation, R. the Dominion Oil Cloth Company; Sclater. Wm: Johnston, H.'-'A. Budden, C. Martin, Senator Murphy. S; E. Da.wson, H. M. Allan, Frank J. R. Cowana, Robert A. F. Gault, J. Worthlngton. Richard White, K. Blackwill, t, Ewlng W. Watson, R. Cowans, David Morrlce, Gilbert Scott, Robert White, W. McMaster and others. "Letters were read from Messrs. W. W. Ogllvle, James Crothern ers. expressing regret at not being able to be their thorough pathy with the objects of the meeting. "The following resolution; moved by Mr. A. F. Gault, seconded by MfvH-M. Allan, was unanimously adopted: "EARNESTLY DESIRING A FAIR AND WIDE MEASURE OF RECIPRO- CAL TRADE WITH THE UNITED STATES, AS PROPOSED BY THt GOV- ERNMENT OF SIR JOHN A. MACDONALD, WE SHALL AT ALL TIMES GIVE OUR SUPPORT TO SUCH A POLICY." l-ornn Adnmson, a -Girl of sixteen, lias ung Bnglir.h had K piece 'of UETVVJiEN CAXADA AND THE UNITED STAtES SA.1TS Thc Reciprocity between Canada and tho United "States'says: It-is distinctly understood that we rip not atiempt, to bind for'tH'e future the action of the United States Congress or tho Parliament of Canada, that ?ach of these Authorities shall hi! absolutely free to make any change sculpture., called "The Queen of (he of tariff'Policy-or'of any other matter covered by the present arrangement acccpM by powers tint "lat bo (leenie" expedient. We look for the'continuance of the arrHnge- beat the London Roval Afritfemv SlU ments bound ,to it, hccauso of our'conviction is the voimiipst rnnirihiitnr i" n fhat the morc !iljernl trndo tluis to uc established will be viewed by Hovll P conWbutoi to the ,lie the United States and Canada as one which will strengthen the jai lias "ever bad a friendly relations now happily prevailing and promote the commercial, inter- lesson in her life. She ha8 an irresistible combination ol' youth, beauty and brains. A pure vory complexion, with the faintest In -either cheek, dark- eyes that light up her whole face when she smiles, and dark hair with tinge all over it, and that en- viable flufl'inesa that never looks un- tidy, make up a picture no photo- sraph can lepioduce His TIpnoi the lieutenant Governor nd "ills Gibson euteitained at din- nei at House o" j riai, in honor of their Pxcel- lencies'... the. Governor-General anri Couhtesis The foilou Ing had ithe honqr of Sir JTines ind Lad} Wbftnci Sn Chailes and J Moss Sii Fdmnnd and Lady Hann and I Ppllatt. fair and I Markenzie. General and Airs Cotton th? lion. ,1. "K -and the Hon George A. f hipproi iLjf is out date and boy and girl dinners-are; in part. Lcsponsihlc s nd i socieU mitt on SOP c of ir- of LOUisc clniG; to oW iilcas., and few girls are still'taken to hulls in stale, chaperoned by "their own'" mothers and'ensconced in .their own cnimgL though this is not ihe rulfi but thc cjxception. Jn most even- in thc host setr, things arc dent: in tar.freer fash hostess.' who gives tlie dance dinnci dels as duenna inri girls and ilont or in couples jirocged iii ihe same order to the s nuitiunnunl Vnd when home-going moment arrives art (Innc, in i like easj nnn nei j J IIL iimih 100tin in ciriugc arc sclriqin sent to convev-.n girl hack o her own abode., -Nowadays nodern iiisiitl lias.her', own lalchkev 'ill Hues i ia icab i gul licn'd, if thi-ir homes are in thc same iii'Ctioii, this is betlcr f her own house, is near she may be- iscorlpd home1 on foot at dawn of lay by one of her youiig admirers. "Then in these days girls pav conn-' ry house vjsiis alono and often j ut a maifl in attendance. They ar- I and; Mirouphont the visit to reU on their own wit and their native horn nerve, tact nnd snif- but ihr girl of toriay seems equal1 to the situation, nnd a's regards a lady tioing about by herself j t limes'arc now done with a differ-j encc. I "In former nays a. girl io thc best I sol never seen alone and on foot, except in Hie- streets and i squares, anri then only in tho carlv motninp, and she was not supposes! to rinvc in Jt cab unless suitahlv clia-[ pornnrd, hut now she ail over! the city alone. Liberty for women is 1 the watchword of the dav." j Mrs. J. c. McLngan, of Clftyburn, j R. C., who has again been selected as i the only British Columbia delegate to tho National Council for Women, i Is a native of Ireland, but. went out to i British Columbia with her parents i fifty-six years ago. Her father, John j was a pioneer Innd surveyor! of that province, and an officer of the. Hoyal Engineeri. j Mrs. MtfLagau's late husband PS- I tnbllBherf the Vancouver World in 1 JRSG, and nt his death Mrs. McLngan j uccnnie president of the World Pub-! Mailing jCompany. and succcasfnlly j managed and tho paper for! Tour Mrs. Mcl.agnn has been active' member of the Vancouver Council of Women ever since its In- ception, find .for three yenrs wris prea- ests of both countries." UeoVgc H. (Joofferli-am, Mr. and Mrs. AV. K. McNaiisbt, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Georg-e, Mr. E. B. Osier, Mr. D R. Lieuttfiiant-CDlonel A. Stlm- son, lion. James "and Mrs. DuffY-Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Lnrkln, Dr. J. Lady Sybil Grey, Luiiy Rvelyn Grey, Major Trotter and Captain Bingham. Globe. No doubt all of ray- readers will re- call thut on a certain occasion of some importance, a-man, named Ad- am, when asked about a particular act of his, laid the responsibility on a wo- man. Though this action has not been j highly commended, yet U is still point- he owed his prodigious in. life very largely-to his wife, judgment, though at times' .'contrary to his own. .had invarishl.r'jiroVed to be the better, nnd that, but for her he would today be n poor mflii; MOLASSES TANK SYRUP FLOODS STREET Sept. flood of mohi'jscH swipla down aeveril streets starting from a storage ware- house when a larg'a tank containing about a million gallons burist with a tremendous report here today. A stream 15 inches deep made it's way as man, and whvu he will do under like circumstances. Recently another pioneer In his own line, as Adam was in Ilia, when asked -regarding bis suc- the nature- of tlown Market street for nearly a mile. C6k Jiia. 01 ship the Miyor i ot Toronto and, Mrs Genrj Com mo- {and said, in effect-, dore and Mrs Jaivis Mr ind Mrs.Jii." John-D. Rockefel cess-in life; has', pointed to his "The wom-an'did ler has satd that brought crowds: to. scene and the city-residents secured a year's supply by nverely scooping np the syrup with buckets. Tlie etxp'lps- jon was caused by a wall supporting iiv-3 similar tanlcs crumbling, the tremendous weigh t. NEWS OF pEREST FROM OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT The Newest and "CuiesJ" Shoes for Babies Just Arrived J la Jinking 0111 sclccLions loj llns season's slock ol Soft Soled MIOOS p.ntunl.n .illciition lo flic qmililv ol mater- ials, I ho rind llio t i These points conibinecl luicqua'llod l.iuilities loiojblc ic.isoiis 11 vill AOII lo conic licie Joi shoes for 0111 Endless varieties awnit your inspeflion nncliiding or Hce sti les in oriffeli; mucli.'U-nnteil colors, as sky, red. tan. Rlap blw.k or white. Some in tilain colors, others in OCj% ttlj pretty color conihitmtions. Prices fcwv I Sensibly Stylish Shoes for the Young Folks needless-for'us to imuroBK on the care- ful mother, f he" necessity seeing that the young folk are fitted shoes Our s-boes arc aft selected for their form-fit- (ing quality, combined with a smart and stylish Yon therefore owe it both to yo.ui self and your children lib at you inspect our atock before purchases. It is better to buy here'than lo be sorry you did not; Our Intent production is the. nature form-last is a patent, golosbed with black velvet, button top. A. dressy yet sensible shoe. S to 10 Sizes U to 2 9b Price- Welt Play Shoes that are Exceptionally Well Made These have extremely flexible wits, made in tan, patent, with tan Jiff! tons, also-in low cut or high cut. One of the most sensible and serviceable boots for fall, substance with- smarl appearance. Prices Children's Turn Stock for-immediate wants, are all naliire form, shapes and give that freedom so growing feet, yet smartness in nppearHiico is fully mnintalTied, In'tan, red or Hack. RUicher. or Button i. Ask for the "Hurlbut" Play Shoe Growing Girls' Lasts young people require as much style in shoes as their ciders. In "Fitwell" Shoe for girls is a stylo and finish eoual to the host in adults' shoes, combining as it does imartneBfi of appear- a nee with comfort nnd durability. Tan or black. Blucher and button shapes...................9v is the Time, the Place, the Opportunity HUDSON'S BAY COT The Store for Quality, Value and Attention ;