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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta More Home Baking, Better every way than the ready made foods DR PRICES CRE.AM Baking Powder fT of Tartar' Powder Craped EDITED IV "INO" Olll'.t 1Jt4. Mtvtdvnei 774. many years In Toronto, aivl was re-i 'A man can bear a world's contempt, Wlien he lias that within, which snys he's worthv. Smith. Ethel Harstonc IK cntertalninR at :the tea hour on Friday in honor of Miss Harriie, ot nipeg Tribune. WORDS OF WARNING MJIR WIIfRID Makes Fervid Eloquent Appeal to Electors of Quebec-Put Down Unholy and Monsltroas Alliance .Which Will Disrupt Canada Quebec. Sept. the unholy 'Alliance of Borden and Bourassa were to. prevail, you would have Canada split y racial and religious strife and the great, work of Confederation would foe undon-e." these words oC warning ring- ing forth, Sir Wilfrid Laurler gave what was undoubtedly the greatest did most powerful address of the present campaign. The premier at his beat. A huge crowd of six thousand crowded the immense drill hall, and cheered again and again. Sir Wilfrid spoke first in English nnd, in an able address, covered the various tosues 'before tho electore. All were ftsalt with In masterly etyle, -the fallacies of the Conserva- tives were punctured and their hol- low opposition to reciprocity, head- ed by this' argument. It was, how- ever, when he took up the alliance of the Conservatives with tlonaliflts that rpae to passions, to prejudice. They set race against race, and creed ag- ainst'creed. If I have donu aught in my fifteen years, it-has 'been to build up an United Canada, a land where all races and all creeds could live in amj contentment. This they wonld destroy." Sir -Wilfrld'B reriaw of the wortc toe had accomplished, hint pica for unity of and the sinking; of religious wtrife, and then denunciation of Nationalism, brought about an inde- sceiia. So teneti was tho Mr, Cowen, of .St. Louis, who 1ms been in the city for the past wisefe, left for his home today. Mrs. H. J. II. Skeith ami '.JVUss, Tille.y have re turned from a trip to the coast. Mrs. (Judge) Winter will at the tea hour on Saturday, in hrn- or of tho bride-elect, race Herald. Mr. Andrew C. Mcsser, jr., of the I.e ill bridge Iron Works Co., is spend- ing his vacation at. the coast. Mrs. George R. Leask, Mrs. C. J. Little and Miss Ethel Atchison, of Cranbrook, B.-C., are guests at the home of Mrs. Little's mother, Mrs. D. O, McKay, 1210 Second Ave., S.; i Tlie Marchioness of Donegal and j tile young Marquis of Donegal, her son, arrived at the King Edward, Toronto, on Sunday afternoon. Mr. Katr'ay, of Vancouver, an-evan- gelist of thn Apostolic church, who has been the guest of JVir. and Mrs. G. V Butler, left'this morning for GofT, ol Calgary, will .be at Temple's grocery store all next week demonstrating Tuxedo goods, coffee, tea, extracts, jelly powders and nak- inR powder. Every lady in the city is invited to drop in at Tuple's' nnri sample these goods. Miss Y. M. lilli .Jones will be at the A. tomorrow morning frum ten lo iwi'ke, that any who have not already registered in one of her physical culture classes, may have an opportunity of doing so, The Junior Guild of SI. Mary's jchurch met with Mrs. Arnold last evening. A number of new members were enrolled, and an enjoyable even- ing was sptnt in social intercourse. If Mils favorable weather contin'ucs no doubt a great many of the ladies ot the city will visit Mrs. Angus .Mackie's millinery parlor tomorrow, on the occasion of her autumn mil- lincry opening, when the process of "trying on" will go merrily for- ward. The two.weeks' evangelistic servic- e's, conducted by Mr. Walter Clarke notvued lor her beauty and grtidous i Mr.. A. who has ..-hecn prcacltlng at CJras'sy' ,suiumcr, Jeft yesterday to rename his slii'HflK at Hie Univfrsity of Stratli- cona. Mr. Carr is n brother nf Alt- A. 11. Cnrr, princijial of tho business college In this city. in the Fifth North Ltsthhridge, i High River iiorne. and Calgnry en route strain that a great hush came over the audience. As Sir Wilfrid, with eyes head thrown buck and arms outstretched, closed his apptagl, a great shout went up, and for sever- al xnlnutes he was unable to proceed. Our 'Fo.rnie correspondent writes I. R. Boyle, M.L.A. for Sturgeon, u'compnnied by Mrs. Uoyle and two children, stopped over in Fernic for a day, leaving last evening for High River, whore they will visit a .few days with Mrs. John Shaw, 'mothei of Mrs. Boyle. Mr. and Mrs. Boyle have been spending a two months vacation in, Vancouver and Victoria. 'Pinafore" will he the first opera to be put on this season by the Con- servatory Musical and Dramatic Club., This was decided at a meeting, of the club last evening. Sir Lomer Gouln, Minister Of the Province of Quebec, will be mar- ried on the Iflth inst., to aiiss Amos. Montreal, sister of Mr. Arthur Amos, chief engineer of the Quebec Fores- try Service. The engagement is announced of Miss Elizabeth norden, eldest daugh- ter of Sir Frederick Borden, to C. Gordon Hewitt, Dominion ento- mologist of the Experimental Farm, Baptist church, ivill ciose with this evening's meeting. At last ev- ening's service, the evangelist was at his best, and the meeting will long be remembered by those present. The Macleori tennis KK- pecteil in the to play the local club'at the barrack's court, i Tea will the hostcss- r-s will he Mrs. J.' H. Anderson, Mrs. E. H. Wilson''and Mrs. J. O.Wilson, COWBOY AND INDIAN FRONTIER CELEBRATION Over of; the greatest mo- tion pfctmfei lift (lie world, showing "Tin. aa It. will be shown at 'Starland during the second 'tv of October. The cowboy and Indian frontier celebration held at Wyomin These re-sis, show, -the world's cham- pions broncho riding, trick and fancy roping contests, fancy pi and rlfla shooting, bulldozing of wild -ers, hitching and driving wild hor- ses, riding 'bucking mules, -buffalo, etc. Col. Roosevelt travelled e-.i to se'a this show; we brlnjt it rigiit to your home. Can you afford to jiiiss it? I-t TFW Sir Wilfrid at hte, best. It was the very in him appealing to the fcest in the life of th-a nation. He placed his life, his reputation, and fiia future in the hands of peopte. Their answer was the most -remark- ahlo ever witnessed in this undent city. The Ladies' Coita Society of the First Lutheran church met at the homo of' Rev. G. Grant yestrday af- ternoon with a roi'y gooil attendance. A pleasant time was spent in sew- ing, after which excellent, readings were given by Mrs. .lorgcnsoti, Mrs. Keck and Mrs. 'Grant. The initial nicqting for Hie season of St. Cyprian's; .Women's Auxiliary was held yesterday afternoon, with an attendance of J: seventeen, including two r.ew members.' Mrs. D. -A. -Simp- ion, president, gave H very interest- ing talk. The ladies decided to hold thcirjjazanr. on-A'o.Vembcr 8th and to meet regularly each week. They are working on an ai4pgraPn which will be sold at the bazaar. The.Anx- liirj micf ncvl Ihnrihv Mrs ifnj Road Shawsden. Mr. a'ni! Mrs. the pretty, F. Shaw, home was Enamelware WE HAVE ON SALE SOME EXCELLENT ENAMELWARE -AT BARGAIN PRICES SEE OUR NORTH WINDOW Stafford Agnew Co. wjU ut" London, Sept. betrothal Prince. Arthur of Connaught to Pr cess Irene, daughter of the Grand Duchess XTT Alexanders, who is a sister of Emperor Nicholas, is offici- illy denied. t Sir Robert Hudson Berwick, Berkc- ey Street, London, who has taken trip through the Doininion, sailed for home by- the Empress of Britain last week. Tlie flon. Lionel and Mrs. Guest, Ottawa, and Mr. .T.'B. Dodge have sailed for England. Mrs. Stoddard, "Lady pf The Vancouver Sunset, and secretary of tho Vancouver Women's Press Club, was entertained by the Toron- to Press Club at luncheon on Monday. Kuox choir will not practise this evening, but ail the members are re quested to attend the Sunday morn- ing rehearsal. Ul those anxious to join the.choir Major and Mrs. Martmdile and Mr I Ueslry Methodist church 'arc in- Warine Martindale, who have fejren f0 meet tlie choirmaster, Mr. scene of a smart little bridge last j when thcv entertained in courtesy to Mr. Cow en, of' St. Louis. The 'drawing rooms were' beautified i gutcnil biLnding ol pnlms, astxis nnd Mrs Sh iw i loveh goun of jmngled ncl mounted on of the game shade The prettv hvois non hj Mrs. I 0 ihp in Mi. Couen Mi ind Mrs PI Nai- smith, Superintendent and iMrs. J 0. Wilson, Jlr. nnd Mrs. E. N. Hig- inbotham, Mrs. Righy and .Judge Winter. The branch of the Cana- dian Women's Press club look yesterday afternoon at The Lodge. Miss a traveller, au- thored and from London a but vivid description o icr travels in one part of New Zca- and. Mrs. niiiuiingLon-Griibb, the firs in follow the profession of town-planning, was also a welcome guest. Mrs. editor of man's Magazine, was introduced new nieniber of the club. 0 visiting their son, Mr. Mile Maitm dale; 'of 'flic' Bank, nf MOntieal this afternoon for theii home in Eng land. Rev., and Mrs. A. A. I i tie left this al'teriioon to spend a month s tion at- Kamioops, -IV C. The pulpit at Wftstminater church be sup J by .local ministers ind lajmrn while Her. A. A. Lytlc Is absent from the oily.. j The LuUior League, of St. Paiills jilhonin-'Churcii, held a very interest- ng'meeting at I ho home of Hn C 'Iriinl last evening. The .topic, 'Ml is: to give .than lo receive, ft'as-laHtu J liidKt Khvnd in the church t evpmrtjr at 7.in. There arc one two vacancies for soprano, contralto, and. bass voices. Tlie musical pro- c fur Sunday will be announc- ed! in tomorrow's Herald. It is fix- pfctrd thai Wesley church will ajain hei crowded to overflowirtg on Sunday evenfnc. Members of tho choir arc re- qups cd to be or, hand for rehearsal tonight at eiglit o'clock sharp. The marriage nf the Hon. Kathleen dc JJIaquirre and the Hon. Dudley Carlo ton will place on Thurs- Spptemher 21, at Bath Abbey. Miss dt BUuimevii had many relatives in Canada, who llvnrt in lived ior PAUL GILMORE Of Paul GiJinore, who plays "Tlie Mummy and Humming Bird." at. the 'Majestic tonight, and "The Bachelor" tomorrow night, the Nelson, 13, C., News says: "The1 opera house was crowded by a pleased nnd enthusiastic audience to witness Paul Gllmore's presenta- tion of a pretty modern society com- edy, "The in which the lady typewriter plays a prominent imrl. The play is an excellent and wholesome one, and was very cred- ably given... Mr. Gilmore, as Georgn {jopdale, appeared to even btetter ad- vantage that he did last week in 'The Mummy and the Humming Bird." He IB a Clever, finished actor- in 'his own particular line of pteasing cdm'edy, and he well deserved the Buying Blue Ribbon Goods Is Econonikal When yon buy Bine Ribbon Tea. Coffee, Unking Powder or other Blue Rib- bon linos you save money. Not only do you get goods of hotter flavor but: they lust longer. And yon are safe In buying Bine Rjbbon lines lor they are! groceivivill refund your money it yon are not fully' satisfied. Wo only'ask that you return the balance of the article bought. But we feel sure you will be delighted wilh these goods when once you' try them. lant wmims, and the liberal applause that was accorded his efforts during the play. The return eiitagem of iir. Oilmoro will toe looked for with pleasure. i WALTERS STOCK COMPANY COMING The Walteia Stock Co. open a nights' engagement at the -Majestic Theatre, on Monday, Sept-enrber opeiiiog play will be "Th'e purls- Ian a beautiful comedy- Iramn. of high order. Among the plays this company -will present are: 'The "The-Couu- ry and "The Famous Corian- .on." Among the jilayers are Luko Hnrah AV. Wai- era, Edith IJIndsuy, W.M. ortl, Mabel E. H. F. gibbon. Harry Jackson and Deal Wal- ters. Popular prices will prevail ,dur- patronage bestowed on. him J Ing this engagement. GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg. Sept. wheot; opened 98 5-8, closed' I'S 1-g; Decem- ber opened 97, closed 9S 1-2; May opened 302, .closed 101 1-4. October opened 46 1-4, closed 42 1-2; .December opened 41 1-8. closed 40 1-4, Alay opened 44'l-4, closed 4J 14 Flai_ opened 234, closed 228 WINNIPEG Northern 100 1-2, 2 .Northern 98 3 4, 3 Northoin No. 4 92, No. 5 8C 1-2. No. 6 79, 1-2, Feed 70. C. W. 42 152. 3 72, No. 4 65. Flax, No. 1 N. W. 228. American Wheat opened' 101 3-8, closed 101 1-2; ed .103 1-2, closed 102 Maj opened 107 1'g, closed 106 1 2 s .opened 1-S, cloeod 91 7-8; December 18 1-1, closed 9S 5-S; Ma; opened 101 closed 101 1-4. HUDSON'S An Unrivalled Display of Boys' Furnishings Jt is inipoilanl i'l il Hie gcneialion should he I ill od out ioj si hoof oJolhes able to stand tesl Inch ill undouhlpdh the Ave aif spocnlists in attup, Joi then liom i suit lo, a rollai stud, is carefully select- ed in the best markets with a view to combining strength, comfort and style. Our Boys' are mado will) the samo careful tentlon to cut and workmanship best men's suits. All the latest fashions in Juvenile attire are now being shown, and we extend to you :i hearty to inspect -our slock before planing jour order': for 'the coming seaBou. One popular style for from 3 to fl years, 15 made in a strong tweed. It is do.iibib lircastGil and buttons oloso up to the neck, thus flffordlng ample, production for Fall or Winter wear. The coat is cut Bonicwhat long- er than uiuil and girt with a ntnt leather belt. The knickers are of the bloomer typa. t Kft This suit is exceedingly low priced1 at, -.wtiwv For boys of from 10 to IS wt a Eerviceable suit of the new dark brown herringbone tweed. The colt is double breasted, long roll lapels, 2-butlon, and tin knickers aJ'e of the regulation bloomer type, suit Is tail- ored in tiio very best possible mnunor and nothing' but hest linings and fittings are used. All silk and linen A stylish suit of CO exceptional value Boys' Uushrinkable This receives special attention from'MB and we are offering an exceplnonallj" fine linu In "Pen- nuin's" flecc Unod. imttiral wool color, wpll known, for its durability and is absolutely un- For Boyi of (.years 9 years 12 15 yeart A suit 60C 80C 90C Boys' School Jerseys This .Jersey deserves special attention.; It made of Uie finest soft wool, practically inde- structible, very close knit; a thoroughly comforV ablo nnd well fitting garment in navy Sizes 22 to S1.25 S1.35S1.50 Comfortable Boys' Caps The "Maritime" Cap Is all a cap should be; made of a waterproof tweed, warmly lined and an extra flap, lined with fur to pull down nnd afford to the ears, it is mi Ideal Winter CMP, yet light enough for Full wear All DOC fDC Boys' Sweater Coats In this deoartment we stock all the best pM, made in a very fine yarn, closely knit. A largs, variety ot color combinations, such as and cardinal, khalci and cardinal and nax'y, 75c 85c The Most Extensive Juvenile Outfitters in the City ;