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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, September 2-1, 1012 THE DAILY HERALD Pare Range Talks By foe Housekeeper No. 3 Subject "Fire Box and Grates" "TATE. women folks will always VV. Consider the Oven all-im- portant, but, my husband he knows' how a range should be a great deal of importance to both Fire-box and arc just as import- ant, in his opinion, as the Oven. "John likes our 'Koo- tenay' Range, be- cause it has a real Fire- b o x a big, long deep, Fire- box with plenty of heat-' ing ity, he says.it is not too big but nicely proper-" tipned to size of oven. And of course, it is very plain that he is right......... "The 'KOOTENAY1 Fire-box' makes cooking easy all over the heats the Oven so' evenly that one can cook and roast a large joint perfectly at :the same time. No waste of time with this dependable Fire-box, is quite evident that it saves reduces coal bills because one can do so much at once with it. "The linings of the 'KOO- TENAY' Fire-box are made in nine separate in front, LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG DOTCNA -n back, and 1 on end. This allows for contraction and expansion, and these linings are made of extra heavy, dur- able resist the strongest heat for a very long lime." "And the semi-steel made in for wood and remarkable for endurance. k The Coal Grate is made in two [pieces, Sand is 'easily a k e n. f'l wood Grate is very i mple and strong. You can take out back end lining when using it. there's a special poc- ket behind this lining which allows one to burn long pieces of wood. "It's easy to change the Grates- just slip the steel buttons aside and out they come. My little boy can change them in a few min- utes. "Ashes cannot miss the ash pan sloped inward, below the Grate, guide all ashes into the big roomy pan. "The' 'KOOTENAY' burns any sort of fuel and .makes cooking and baking easy! Yes! It's the best range I know anything about." VANCOUVER ST. JOHN, N. a HAMILTON CALGARY KING TO START HUNTING TRIP ANNUAL. POUND OF PAP.TR1DG SHOOTING AS GUEST OF COUNTRY HOUSES London, Sept. the cour departs from Balmoral the Kins wt begin his annual round of shooHn partridges. In the Intervals of shoal lug over the royal preserves at Wind sor ho will pay three or four tiountr liouseu visits for the sport. Amon: those who aro to entertain the moil arch are the Karl and Countess o iveagh at Elvdean Hall, whore tli King aiid Queen have been freuuenl ly guests. Another visit will bo paid by King and Queen to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire at Chats worth House. On this visit there will be the usual theatrical perform ances not necessarily an amateur one as in the old days, in the little the- atre that is part of the houses at thby H. W. Bradshaw with the exception of the whole- some, dependable right in: quality and right in price. Ask' your grocer for it. whlch ,vent to Jame, THIS OFFER FLATTERS THEM Medieire lint, Altii.. Sept. ax is applying to Medicine a! for a twenty year street railway At present the city owns ell imblic but as this offer :i flattering one it is difficult to wliat attitude the ratepay- ers will take in regard to the proji OCTOGENARIAN DIES St. Thomas, Sept. Robert C. Pal-gnu s. ;i superannuated Method- JKL minister, died this morning at the flgo of O. W. Parsons of Winni- peg and John S. Parsons of Brant ford are his brothers. Agricultural Brood Brown; 2, Perry. Gelding, 4 Giles. Gelding, 3 Giles. Gilding, 1 James Hadfield; 2, J, McCnne. Foal of Ririe; 2, McCune. Best Brown; 2, E. Ivlns. Thoroughbreds Brood Hansen. Marsden. Heavy Draft A. "W. Pitcher, Belgians 2, -Tames Hansen. Clydes. Hackney Hcnscn. Carriage Falkner. Dr. Lynn; 2, Giles. Bull. C. F. Broadbent; i, Jus. Blackmore. Bull, 2 yearsT-l, J, B..Ririe. Bull, 1 Bull, and Cow, Mnrsden Bros.; 2 J. B. Ririe. Heifer, 2 Marsden Bros.; .7. P. Ellison. Heifer, and 2. Ririe. and 2, Htrie. Ayreshires Bull, Martin Woolf. Woolf. Bull Martin Woolf. Cow, 3 Martin Woolf; 2, William Duce.. Heifer, 2 Woolf. Heifer, 1 Woolf. Heifer Woolf. Jerseys Bull, 3 W. T. Passey. Bull, 2 Bull, 1 Ririe; 2, Wlllia; Duoe. Bull and 2, nine. Cow. Passey; 2, Heifer, 2 B. Ririe. Heifer, 1 2, Ririe Heifer Passey; Ririe. Holsteins Heifer, 1 John Blackraore Jas. Blackuiore. J. B. Ririe. Fat Marsden Bros.; 2, ,T B. Ririe. Fat cow. 2 Marsden Bros 2, Ririe. Best two fat Hest milch W. T. Passey. Best day in the north. She goes out riding every inorJiing, but in the afternoon often accompan- ies the Queen driving. The Prince of Wales when not joining the shooting party, is often to be seen cyclim along the smooth, -well kept road! which run along the Dee banks away to Ballater or to Braemer. He said to toe looking forward with eager- ii-ess to his course of study at Ox- ford and Oxford residents are delight- ed at the idea of having the Prince among them and that the rooms to be occupied by the new royal under- graduate are toe same as were oc- cupied several centuries ago by a sou ot Henry- VII. when Prince of Wales. POPE CENSURED PRIEST? COURSE PORTUGUESE ECCLESIASTICS WHO ACCEPTED STATE PEN- SION ARE GIVEN SE. VERE REPRIMAND Ririe PHONE POST OFFICE BOX 98 Our Signs Are Signs of the Times Let, us fignmou a Sign for You. The Revlo Co. Painters and Decorators Avenue South PORTS ARE NOWMESSARY CONDITIONS ARISING THROUGH USE OF OIL FUEL IN NAVY London, 'Sept. increased use of oil fuel in warships, says the Express, has marie necessary the es- tablishment of new depots besides the present coaling stations. In addition to the oil fuel shortage tanks at the dock yard ports the adintirnlty are now making ion for now storage tanks at, other places the soast accessible the Heel of oil conveying vessels which would supply a. hattlo squad- ran with fuel ut sea without bring- ing; the warships into port. A sorioua difficulty which the ad- miralty are endeavoring (o face is tho menace of aerial war craft, with only covering for .protection, and they are thus entirely at tho mercy of bombs dropped from an cnemyM iteroplono or Rome, Sept- Vatican ha: just issued a strong censure of tli Portuguese ecclesiastics who have ac ceptcd pensions, on the establishmen of their sees, from the government i Lisbon. When the republican governmen separated church and state, it questrateil the livings of a great uum her of priests. Eight hundred these accepted the pensions offere them by the government in view the loss they had suffered, and ad riresscd a letter to the Vatican, in which they said they had done this i what they considered the best inter csts of the country, and thought i better to respect the republic rathei than to withdraw their spiritual ser vices. The censure of the Vatican of the strongest nature. MALE IN NUDE IS IMMORAL FRENCH AUTHORITIES PUT TAR. PAULIN OVER STATUE TO OSCAR WILDE London, Sept. 23. liobert Ross, tlio literary executor of the- late Oscar Wilde, Is amaxed ui tho notion oC the authorities of Paris In covering Ep- ston's statue or Willie in Pero Ui- chalso cemetery wkh Urapauliu be- cause of the alleged immorality. The reason given to iM-r. Ross in a letter from his Paris solicitors 111 regard to the covering of the statue is that it was done because the statue is re- garded as being "indecent." Mr. Ross suggests that France Is still placing, as It lias always done, the han on the male nude, whereas In Berlin it predominates female nudes. In Berlin may he counted on one's lingers female nudes, whereas In' Paris male nudca arc practically noil existent, It Is -the intention of Mr. Ross to get Rodin, the sculptor, to use his Intluence with ffie officials to have the drapery removed. In carving the monumental sculp- ture for the tomb ot Oscar Wildo, which has caused so much discussion Tacob Epstein is said to have sought .o suggest human emotion while ceeplng the rectangular solidarity in ils design Implied in the idea a :omh. The WOMEN TO BLAME IN LIVING COST LEADER IN ILLINOIS FEDERATION OF CLUBS ATTACKS HER SIS- TERS IN OPEN LETTER Chicago, Sept. 23. "Women, are di- rectly responsible fcr sanitary hand- ling of food, and more or leas for the high cost of is the salient part of a letter Kent out from. Hotel La'Salle yesterday by Airs. Robert L'. McCaH of 3823 Wllcox avenue, chair- man of tho clvica committee of the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs, to local clubs in each county of the state. Work for the Women "It IB up to the women of she said, "to start, a betterment in civic conditions in every hamlet, town and city in Illinois, and as a starter I have sent out today a letter to auch women's clubs abating con- ditions and offering remedies. "Reports from this letter we hope to have before our next annual meet- work, 'which is described as being In very high relief, portrays a winged figure. The critics have said hat the sculptor has succeeded in conveying the Impression that this figure is driving through space, urged 'iy an irresistible fate and not by physical force: The arms of the fig- ure hang at the sides, extended at full ength and slightly backward; the knees are slightly bent and the wings .re horizontal in parallel lines. The face, which only suggests that if Wilde, is upturned, and the eyes re seen to bo blind to external light. small figures eiove this typify ntellectual pride and luxury suggest- ng the dominant factors in the writ- r's life. Fame with her triumph is arved upon the forehead. BY SIR RICH ARD CARTWR1GHT An important Book Announced For Early Publication Toronto. Sept. announce- ment made yesterday, which will be heard with satisfacrion by all inte: ested in the histoiy and public life of Canada, is that a volume of "Rem Tiiscences" by Sir Richard Cartwright be published this fall by William ;ea. That Sir Richard possessed much material or value has been long suspected. He has had an intimate "elation with public men and public ife tor nearly sixty years, so that he inside of politics must be familiar o him. The coming volume is said o embrace Sir Richard's recollections rom his entrance into public life down the ascer.'iion of tho Liberals to i'er in and will have much of alue on Confederation, the tariff les of a generation ago.. It is report d that a second volume bringing the cminiscences down to date will be iilhlished at some time in the future. iir Richard's "Reminiscences" is due o be published early in October. ANOTHER GUNNING FATALITY Davidson, Sask.. Sopt, u lad of ten years, livinc sh'uon miles ivoyt of here, ncciiknt- Hy shot himself Saturday morning bile carrying a RUII, lie brought ito town ;t couple of hours, later, but on Id not. bo revived sufficiently to i operated upon. lie succumbed on Sunday. HUGE RAT CHEWS OFF PART OF TOE OF OTTAWA LADY Ottawa, wake up in the liddle of the night with a huge rat ibbling at the sleeper's big toe wa; he experience of Mrs. Joseph Harps, Newton street, on Friday night :St. About 12 o'clock Uiat the country 15 en the eve cf a long cherished war against Turkey, Un- less the conferences which the Rus- sian foreign minister M. Sazanoff, will have in London with British statesmen are fruitful for Macedonia the war party is likely to gain the .jper hand. The army measures. already taking active The railroad tracks are WOMEN.AVOID OPEpOKS Many Unsuccessful And Worte Suffering Often Fol- Mrs. Rock's Cue A Warning, The following letter from Mis. Orvilh Rock will show how unwise it is for wo- men to submit to the dangeraof a surgical operation when often it may be avoided by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. She was four weeks in the hospital and came home suf- fering1 worse than before. Here is her