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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, September 18, I, LUillliUUHiK UAJll.Y JIKKALO TKe Cook always feeL confident of pure and wholesome fooctwlien using Baking Powder EDITED IV "INO" OfflM Phom _L PhHt 774. Hearts, like apples, art! hard and sour, Till crushed by Pain's 'resistless power ,.Anil their Jtiicss rich anil hlarnl, none hut Sorrow's heavy hand, -Holland. Rev. William ajid Mrs.Buchanan re- turned from a trip to the coast Saturday. Kev. W. liuclianaii loft this afternoon lor Mrs. clmnrin will join him then- on Friday. Mr. S. A. Buchanan, of Grassy Lake, spent .Sunllay jn the cilv. Mcdlch town. jllai, spent the week-end ii A Baking Powder Mrs. Redmond was the hostess of a delightfully informal Ihlmhle irly on Saturday aftei'iioon. Mrs. i Hedmond was assisted hy Mrs. Hrandow. Tlif house was radiantly pretty with variegated sweet peas and mul- ti-lined .asters. Thohe hidden were the Misses No AI JLiine Phosphate' Khrl Percy has joined the Duke Of Richmond and Gordon's party at j Holes, .Sharmaii, H. Sliarmmi, Jcp- Gnnlou Castle, Biuiftsliirc, Scotland, sum, Carrie, Manila, I'urdy, Dawson Jlr.i. N1. Ii. (loud left [or the cast Friday, to spend few nronths at Macleod Tennis club did battle for ihcr lif.mc in New Hamburg. j the honors with the city club at the (barracks' court, on .Saturday after Mr. E. W. I, manager oflnoon, with the following result: Hhc Union Hank at Grassy Lakes, was j Mr. Barnsley and -Mr. .1. G. Rob- week-end visitor'in the city: jcrtson lost'to Mr. .Jackson anil Mr. jbarrics 7-9. Mr. and Mrs. A. E.Dupen iclurni'd j Mrs. Whiiton wnn from Mrs. Allen TRADES CONGRESS ELECTS OFFICERS Calgary, Sept. officers el- by the Trades and Labor gress of Canada are: President, J. C. Walters, Victoria, B. 0. Fred Bancroft, Tor- onto. Secretary-treasurer, P. M, Draper, Ottawa. Executive committees: Alberta, W. Syinonds, vice-precidenl, ,Lethb4-idge: Geo. Howell, Calgary: Donald Jlc- Nabb, Let-libridge: 1-lughes, Edmonton. vSaflkatchewan: .los. Somerville, Moose Jaw, vice-president; John Mc- Grath, Saskatoon, W. McAllister, -MooHO Jaw; H. Murray, Resina. Manitoba: R. Winnipeg, Vice-president; R. A. Rigg, Winnipeg; Invin, Portage La Prairie; II. Tayior, Brandon. Ontario: Wm. Lodge, vice-president; George Crammond, Robert liam Worrell, all of Toronto. Fred Robert, Montreal, vice-president; .Proulx, Montreal; Lynch, Montreal. Nova Scotia: John T. Joy, Halifax-, vice-president; J. B. McLachlnn, Glace this morning from an extended visit in the east. Sirs. Salmon returned on Saturday Dr. Mason won from Dr. Kennedy Mr. Power won from Sir. Barnes 3 from a pleasant three weeks' visit in Cranbrook. jir. Jackson won from Mr. Mi Mr. Proud, manager of (ho Union Hank at. Maclcod, was a week-end visitor in the city. The hostesses for the Wesley Lad- Aid meeting on Wednesday will B.y; Wau ,Ai" wl" Glace Bav s' he Mrs. Lundy, Mrs. Nceland and Mrs. Glace Bay. fraternal delegate to American Fed- eration of Labor: William of Toronto. Place of Congress Convention 912: Guelpli. for 'A. Simple Treatment that Wirt Make Hail-Grow 1 Now Sokl in Canada ANNEXATION ABSURD Every up-to-date have radiant hair. woman should There are thousands of women with liarsh, .faded, characterless hair, who do not try to improve it. In England and Paris women take pride in 'having beautiful hair. Every Canadian woman can have. lustrous and luxuriant hair ty using SALVIA, the Great American Sage Hair Tonic. Bvery reader of- The Horalrt can jhiivo an attractive hoad of hair in a few weeks by using SALVIA. The Alborta Drug Co. sells a largo for nO cents, and guarantees it jo banleh Dandruff, stop falling Hair itching scalp in ten- days, "or liioney back. SATJVrA is "a "beautiful, pleasant, jion-sticky Hair Tonic. J1 (London Truth) "Truth views as absurd the argument that reciprocity will lead to annexation. If the Canadian gets his frevj'. entry 1 into the American market and 1 his American goods also .free all incentive for political change and all desire for an- nexation would at once c'erae to e.vist. Tho Canadian who is naturally loyal and values his own Independence would reasonably argue that he had nothing ttren to gain by polit- ical unipn. .iAJiyoue who knows Canada knows Canad- ians would not vote for an- nexation simply for th'a 'beaux yenx' of the American repub- lic. IT IS EVIDENT, THERE- FORE, THAT THE. ARDENT SVill'PATHIBS OF REAL PBRIA'LISTS SHOULD GO TO LAURIER." Mrs. L. Lawrrticc, of Lethhridgc, is slaying a few days in the locality before returning to her cine Hat News. .Sheldon, of I.t-.thbridgc, arriv- I ed in tin; city ycslcrd'ay to spend a few days with Hal News. Tho Woman's Auxiliary ol St. Cv- church will' meet iilli Mrs.3 Westminster Hoad, on Thursday 1 1 csli sun larns- ley Dr. Mason and Mr. Xewcombe won from Dr. Kennedy and Mr. Proud 1, IJr. Kennedy and Mrs. Alien won from Mrs'. Whititon anil Mr. Harnsley Mrs. E. II. Wilson anil Dr. Mason won from .Mrs. CamphJII and Mr. .Jackson Mr. N'ewconflic won from Mr. Proud I.clhhbridgc Ihus won 6 sets and Macluod 3. Sir Allen and Lady aro it the King Edward. Toronto, :Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Nanton an- nounce the of their- afternoon. St. Monica's Guild of St. Angus- tin's church will meet, at 3.30 lomor- row (Tuesday) afternoon, when the time will be spent in sewing. Sirs. Alexander and Mrs. N. .f. Mel- lamy, of Moose .law, who are guests A-ith Mrs. G. Moth, expect to leave for their home tomorrow. Tho matrons' physical culture class, laughter. Miss Naii- to Jlr. DonglBs L. Cameron, eld- of Hon. D. C'. Cameron, Lieu- tcnanl-Goicrnor of Manitoba. conducted by Miss Kdilh .Jones, will 'meet at the Y. M. C. A. tomorrow, afternoon at, 3 o'clock. Mrs. Eckcrsley, Calgary, who. has 'been a guest with Miss Constance Doolcy since Thursday, returned homo this afternoon. Mr. Allen, of Winnipeg, sang "The Promise of Life" at the evening ser- vice of K'nox church yesterday, in a very pleasing manner. Mrs finsh, of Hihbing, Minn., who has been a guest, with Mrs. W. S. Sherd, Rcdpath St., left for home on Saturday morning, via St. Paul and Minneapolis. The A. V. P. A. of St. Cyprian's church will meet this wening at the church at ciphl o'clock. AH the mem- bers arc earnestly requested to be present. Rhynil .lami.oson arrived in iry, where she has on Saturday. Mrs. Clifford Siflon is at her coun- try house, Assiniboia Lodge, and is expected in Otlan'a aboul 'the '30th. Mr. Harry" Siflon will be at the Uni- versity in Toronto. In connection with the laynren's missionary movement convention to be held in Calgary, October 23, 23 and 25, Mr. W. C.p Senior, who is touring the wpsts in connection with that movement, and Miss Robinson, returned missionary from Indian, will conduct a nioetini; in the First Hap- tist church on October and a missionary rally will he held. .A pretty; wedding was celebrated at Berlin on September 6th at the resi- dence of Mr. and Mrs. David For- syth, B.A., Margaret avenue, when Iheir only Miss Dora Frie- da, was married to Mr. Norman Eg- the city'from Col been visiiiuir friends, sil Jug i For the piTscnt Mr. and Mrs. .lami'e- son arc occupying a suite at tlic Vic- toria Mansions. The Epworlh Leapie of Wesley church will .hold their monthly liter- ary evening tonight. A first class pro- DON'T BE "DECOYED" INTO BUYING SOME CHEAP GUN OR SPORTING GOODS, OR HARDWARE. INSTEAD. COME TO THE STORE THAT IS KNOWN TO CARRY THE BEST. WE TAKE PLEASURE IN SHOWING OUR GOODS TO THOSE WHO COME IN. WE STAND BEHIND EVERYTHING WE SELL. WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT? Staff or d-Agnew Co. If you live out of town, write jram and special music have prepared. Mr. Albert. Cascadcn will i occupy Ihc chair. Mrs. Blanchard, Toronto, arrived in 'the city on Friday to join Mr. Hlan- chard, of the city engineering Mr. and Mrs. Klanchard have taken up tlip.ir residence at 5 Straihcona. Court. Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Drown and Ift- tlc daughter, Donna, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Howes, aro en- joying a motor trill through .Southern Alberta. Hoforc returning on Monday thpy will molor as far as whero thoy wlU bo. enlerlainpd by Mr. and Airs. erton Suddaby, druggist of Ferine, B. C., eldest SMI of the late Jeremiah Siirldahy and JMrs. Suildaby of this town. Tlie interior of the beautiful borne was fa.stefiilly decorated, smi- lax, Terns and asters heinj? used in iluimlance. The ceremony was per- formed at two o'clock- by Rev. .1. W. J. Andfiuv, reclor of the Clmrch of St. John tlic rcvangulisl, in the pres- ence of the immediate relatives of the contraeling parties, among them being friends from Ottawa, Toronto, Si. Catharines and other points. The was assi.stcfl by Aliss Ethel Me- Hoherl.s of London, as nraid of hon- or, and bridesmaids were Miss MacLnmi and Miss Wima Hammil, tiolli of Toionto. Hon. L. Mac King, Minister-of Labor, was iroomsman, and Messrs. Henry Knell of this (own, and Herbert KloU of iVatei'loo. wore ushers. Little" Musses MaiH- daughter of Dr.. Klotx, and Wilma Klotx, daiigh- fer of Mr Kinil Klotx, of-Toronto, flower-girls; THE MAN WHO WAS TREE First of Series of Sermons by Pastor of First Bap- tist Church Luul. evening the fmnnon at first Baptist church by tho pastor W. A. Levitt, was the la K geritm of Horinons ,to: he .delivered each suc- cessive Sunday evening. Tho Initial bubjeet in tho series was "Tho Mai behind the Tree." Next Sunday even- ng tho pastor will discourse on "The "an in the True.'.1 Choosing as his text verse f) In the rd chapter of Gonusls. the speaker i brought before the minds of the aud- ience the old, old story, -and then pro- ceeded to draw some practical pres- ent day lessons from the text, "And the Lord Ood called unto Adam, urnl said unto him, 'where are Adam hud hidden behind the tree unci'-touching of the forbidden fruit, [conscious of the fact lhat be hud sin tied. In response to God's call Adam bad put the blamo ot the deed on a woman. JIow like the present order of things when we bear men blaming women for. the wrongs of the world. Women are held responsible by some men for the fact, that they are taking positions in the morcnntile world, thereby lessening the salaries and op- portunities of the young men. Adam was a coward. Three things are noticeable in the manner of his yielding to the temptation. First, there Is the temptation, strong in its entirety. Lastly, there Is the yielding of the man, even though he had been warned of GodHbat-evil would surely befall him if the temptation got him n its grip. Satan saw fit- to gain his with Adam by first questioning he Issue, thereby making the sin of fdoubt the first sin. Secondly, Satan jput forth the tremendous advantages to be gained intellectually, physically and otherwise if man would Uiit eat of the fruit. Today man is in dividual! responsible for the knowledge b gains, and education is not wtiat i man knows, but it is what he really is No man has a right to blame educatioi IT it pulls him down., Don't hide the tree will your talents, or dig a hole to cover them Properly invest life's en dowments and capital and do nlvt throw them to the four winds. Be bind tho tree Is iio place for man made in Clod's image. There is another class of men today who instead of getting behind the tree come out and flaunt their do- ings to the public. These are the "grand stand who cannot Iceep quiet and never tire or telling of their doings for 'Christ. The way a man works when the boss is aronmi is the best examplu :of..his' workmanship They, are tho men-who can pray like saints in the open meeting, and that behind closed doors are the very com- panions of the devil. The truth is that every liumnn be- ing is possessed to a greater or less degree with the streak of yellow. Bet- ter own-up and let God make strong the weak Spots. history is full of the examples of fnllon .heroes. We have them today in their many forms, men that .are traitors to thejr beliefs, and are afraid to speak up when the occasion demands it for Christ. Fur-, thermore, God is calling today as hr! did of old when he says "Where ar Sold only by IraintJ Conttitnl 1 Sol eel wn tut done In your own home. Rmorf Milr witk 5pi. S Boning. Flexible. f Aitfifti af I frcquttnt S MIS of Appominifnlf tn yout convenience. or tend itvtt carrt MISS V. O'CONNOR Acadls Bik., Let "O'ER GRIM FIELDS SCAR.RED" AT STARIAND Today Is th'e time that (his grand .wotaoular attraction will on ex- hibition, and1 the Starland manage- ment ia delighted to hare secured his great Reliance production. "O'er Grin, Fields Scarred" is a Mg war drama. H-slla Mead is in the secret service of the Confederate nrmy a lit] is assigned the task of recovering some -battle plans. She penetrates the Union lines but comes under sus- picion and is pursued, inking on the ground of Col. Cutbert's plan- tation. The colonel- conceals her in the house. The Union general takes pcGSfiEBloi: of the house and a cour- I'er enters with the plans. She slays "he courier, nnd hides in the slnbtes. Col. Cutbert is accused of the act. and Is sentenced to death, and Belln learns this from the negroes.'To a.ivtj j Ihe colonel she confesses, displaying the plans as evidence, then drawing a revolver sli'a holds the soldiers at bay while she burns the papers in the ;rate. She is finally overpowered, j md the scene closes with tho girl] .standing with Jier hack boldly to the (spectators, and the firing squint res- ponds io the command of "Ready! Aim, Those who attend Star- land tonight will witness what Is prac- tically one of the grandest efforts ever put forth in the photo-play world. Three other subjects will also be jxhlbUed, besides and Illustrated ions by K. E. Willis. The out orop for Saskatchewan Is ittmalod by the provincial depart- ment of at MANUFACTURERS OF GUELPH SEE NO DANGER IN IT Ciicipli. Sept. with but] tow executions, the manufacLurors or lie clly wore' asked tho question: 'Will tho reciprocity ngreenioiit now )eforo tho electors Injiirlounly affect The majority staled that'll would do 10 harm mid would do (food, H number aid they would neither Biiln nor lose, ud those headed by slaimch Comerva- Ives, Including ihe lloll Hhino and Or- an Company. Uio Raymond Manufac- urlng Company, nnd Taylor-Forbes ompany, refused to answer yes or no 'nly two firms stated it would affect .'em Injuriously. theso being one man- facijiring gasoline engines for farm ImjmmjumiitiMl i n mi on which the duty has been reduc- 1, and a flour miller. ]n aj; 16 factory [jresident or managers were seen. The majority. that wiial would help Ihe farmer would ben- efit them. The total attendance at the Toron- to exhibition this year was __ __ House Furnishings Hold Sway at The Bay Fashions in interior decoration drap- eries etc., change with the same ra- pidity as fashions in Dress. Every season some novelty comes along, 'that is better than the previous best. We keep pace with the times and pur new stock of House Furnishings is a good index to the style of decor- ation now in vogue1 Bungalow Nets for Window Cur- tains are Most Popular Hie two tone el'focts. being- .remarkably pretty. They Imuo- oTaeefnlly, do not ex- clude the Jig-lit and, are easily cleaned. Our range of -these extend 'from per Madras Muslin Still Holds Its Own together The .soft, clinging effect, wilh the subdtiecl colorings of material, maintains il.s; the plain cream and white are also much asked i'or. The price is verr reasonable Lace Curtains at per pair Lace cnrlaini for tins season Elloliicl he of the plain or net design centre with a lace edge: the popular' shade In deep ecru nnd' A i ab. We arc showing a splendid line, 2 1-2 yards long and a good width, for fi nor pair Other good values, at per I to Handsome Swiss Curtains the beauty of which surpass aUdeecriptlon; most artistic de: signs; heavily embroidered; the most beautiful of all curtains for the reception room or parlor. Our designs are confined solely to us and are therefore most: per pair V? Beautiful Fabrics for Portieresiand Draperies MiUerinls for interior decoration are this season.producer! in greater variety than ever, the colorings also show some entirely new departures. Monks' cloth in soft shades of green, brown, crimson, etc., is a useful f CA at per 1 BOU Vetour is ttill popular and we hold some very pretty shades, rich deep pile, nnd Lustrous finish; nn Ideal f CO material portierie curtains, per yard ......9 I vU Moire Repp In a lovely champagne shade, trimmed with a neat border of French design, mnkeB a, tasteful pnrlor drapery. A Heavy Silk of rich brown For over-curtains, makes an Artistic combination. Moire Repp Heavy Silk Kcpp Scotch Printed Linoleum Printed Linoleum, if properly icatoned, nrokes the best possible floor covering. It never wears dull and is easily cleaned; beware of linoleum placed on the market before it lias had time to mature. Our linoleum is well seasoned, It cnn be scr.liblicrt with soap and wnter at once and the pattern will never move. Prlce-ner gquare Well seasoned Floor Cloth, per square yard.......................... 350 HUDSON'S BAY COT. QUALITY VALUE SERVICE ir ;