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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBBinqE DULY HEJtAU) After Supper Sale 7.30 to 10 p. m. We will have at our Bargain Counter this evening 500 Brass Extension Rods 30" to 48" with ends and brackets complete. These are your money's worth at any time at the regular price of I 5c To-night 2 for 15c 20 Comforters Splendid quality of Art Cretonne Covering, in a choice range of patterns. Pure cotton filling. To-night Bawden Bros. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Hull Block 3rd Ave. S. Siihirda.v. SrplenilM-r 30, Phont 1fJ4. Fhont Tnpiain dickering has arrived in j Montieal and will ho thc of their Kxccllcncics tlic tlovcrnor-Gtii- t'ral mul Countess Grey. The Lord Lieutenant and the Counl- ss ,if Ahenlt't'ii pave ;i pmlen [m'ty .it llu: Vice-Regal Lodge, Dublin, a aco Mr. Malcolm (Militarv Scc- rciary- lo his Kxccllency the Oovcr- nor-Ceneran. and Mrs. .Malcolm ex- pert, to s.-.ii for their home in Eng- land early in October. Mr. Doug-aid Malcolm, secretary to his KxccHcncy the Ciovernur-Ciene.ral, returned la.st week uilh Mrs. Mal- colm, from Murray Buy. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm are sailing for their Itomc in England, mi October (ith. poom of William Citllen Rryanl wa discovered In a lutU-r, ari.i aeni b. tho poet to Mrs. Mumfonl ii'oro thai !5 years URO, and Is as follows: There's a tlnnce of tho leaves In the poplar houghs, There's ,i flutter of wind in [he baccli en tree, There's a smile on iho fruii, and ;i smilo on tho Mower, a Ituigh from the broaJt as it runs to me. The little rhyme is written in ai. almost readable hand, and thc Ink faded, Bryant was a great lover of natuiM and evidently composed the on the spur of the moment. Quern Alexandra is spending the. at her old homo in Denmark. Some ye.iri> the Queen aiiti her sister, tiie Dowager-tlmpress of Rus- sia, bought a cluinifinp; place not far. j from t'oticnluiftcn, and liad it iurnish- U'onieri have secured twelve first-MvHh a" t'1'1 beautiful things bought class prizes for e.vcclfence in the nip- 'he Koyal sisters for their owi riiaeval and modern C'anihridge Universit year. Only eight men succeeded winning prizes of the same class and j Queens retire to enjoy a noli day amongst their own. Queen Alexandra is more than pood to her people uL Sandriugham, and her he.uitiful gardens with their of blnom arc a great joy. Her earn for. the poor is al- ways iicr first consideration, and her beneficence is well known. languages at England, this possessions. The gardens are lovely, and ht-rc, surrounded by loving friends and mementoes of the past, the for the same subjects. A nineteen .rear old girl. Mile. Dam Lapauze. has received a diploma from the Louvre School of Art, the subject being "The Evolution of Landscape in Venetian Art. from the Byzantine Period to the mh Century." .Mile. Lapauze is the third woman to obtain such a diploma in thirty years. The illuminated address, to be'pre-, sented to his Excellency Karl Grey! on his departure, and the address to! H.R.H. the Duke of Connauglit on his i it-rival in Ottawa, arc now well un- der way. The tsxtB for both have 1 ready been prepared and approved. Two more triumphs in art een scored by tho fair sex. rand Prix de Rome for sculpture has have The Tt'ie Baroness Valentine von Roths- child, the daughter of the late Baron Rothschild, has married Si-- 'nnind Springer, a Londoner without a fortune. She was twenty-five on May 25 of this year, and her fortune is estimated at Haron Albert von Rothschild, her father, who was the head of ihe Vienna banking house of the Rothschilds, the great family of international finan- ciers, died in February. The Baron- dentine's mother died four years Some Grieat Values to one The Standard, hi mil UK- arc of llic largest la-si lines of I'M Lcllibridge. Kniliildp for purlin-, dinin .1 n order lo appreeiule ihe greal values (her must, lie seen. iiiidoiibiedly showing ever shown .in ru.ry-, or: den. Special lor and. honiitiful imi- (alioji colors, sixe x I, framed in walnuL sold nt 50c and fiOe. Our Special 25c Standard Furniture Co. Home of Quality Furniture 5th Street South Opposite Eureka Theatre aHe'ntion from while. their ailments for u HOW PORCUPINE. WAS DISCOVERED the party had to be The discovery of Porcupine was in- ipired by a perusal of the reports y compiled by the Ontario Bureau of Mines. The report of the Bureau of Mines of IS99 contained a paper hy Dr. W.. A. Parks, dealing briefly with certain I {abandoned, and before reaching the everything he samples that were collected, were left along the trail. Dwyer's samples of ores and of coun- try rock so impressed Mr. Hunter that he.was determined that a een secured bv Mile daughter of 'a calhrel n Her n I the who leaves the end six brothers. 1C year to take up her residence at' ie Villa .Medicis. ihe French school of art, will not only be the only wo- man student, but the first 200 years. Sh mn, Sept. The- nuisl lirillianl- social event in Ihn recent History of the capital, which Um'.i j placy today, was Uic miirriiigc" of "-lean Gladys, second daughter of Opmmissionei1 Perry, of Ji.iV.W.iM.I'.i and Mrs. Tohhard perry, to Inspec- tor fJcorgo l.e.slir -Jennings, of R..V. siin nf Mr. and Mrs. K. of Toronto. GOOD CHEER SOCIETY Jliss Thcora Outer, of .Seattle, iiu.-A 1I1LU1.I ui ouitLi'iv. j t hetirst woman for Wasj preaidcni of the; .rrpS-timbac Cheer which wus barracks chapel, nntl was fully I'iirv.in .fhariicir.r. chapel tran.sfornied niasscs brer 'llpwcr.s aufi Union .lacks draping (lie. veiling scholarship, the Prix Cambac ers, which all the Grands Prix of Rome receive, when she returns. She is, assured of a pension for three years, which tho ComtcsBe Detain, founded in favor of the prize winners should be undertaken In order, if to at once something tne chief discovery. I" .fanuarj- I80S, Dwyer. with four winter ot Rome. The Baroness von Semen has re- turned to town from Austria, Baron 3Jrs' geological characteristics of the Por- Imen. left Jlatneson, then the end of cupine district. The report iuggestod isteel and a Tip was begun thai con- Hungarian frontier with his regi- tbat the district was worthy of ex- leasts strangely with the present jour- ment for lime. The Baroness plqration Tor the discovery of gold. ne-v to Porcupine. It took 22 days to and her baby came home with .Mr Mr.. Ij.F. Hutern of who Porcupine. Lake the pullman Loibar Relnhiirdt and will snenrl for some years been interested in min- .passenger will soon cover the distance I winter-in ing. after reading this report was less than two hours.) Tents were tlculafiy attracted with the possibili- (Pitched on the lake shore and then' ties of the district, and decided iojbesan the Initial developments of I ._______ prospect it. in tile summer of 1907 j Porcupine's first gold discovery. Notiscmii autograph letters to'the "South Mr. Hunter's prospecting party in lllntil Mr. Hunter's .arrival in the lat- Pasadena, Cal., puulic a-shoit charge of Jos. Dwyer, a well-kown jter part of" the following April did I "me ago. A heretofore north country prospector proceeded to see a new face at his camp.----------------------__________' the district, remaining until late in! J'r- Hunter describes the last stage! the autumn. On the -west shore of of Journey from Night Hawk lake' I orcupme lake on the properties now to Porcupine Lake, a distance owned and operated hy Porcupine miles, as taking from two i.akc Gold Mines. Limited, they made o'clock one afternoon until eighl tuejr first discovery. ,o'clock the following evening. The Ihe trip was deferred as late as'details may well be left to the imag- would permit. On Ihe way .Illation. One trip across country was enough and after an enforced wait at the camps during the break-up an- [other overland trip was avoided bv ,1110 building of rafts. With these the ji-ips down Porcupine fiver conveying aiignrali'tl in New York two years ago, has spent the past three months j in Toronto, where she enrolled over co'uver aOO members in the "Good Cheer Society." .Since the founding ,01" !hc N'cw York branch, the society has spread to nearly all the large cities THREE GENERATIONS Kepi leiilky By Over f.'.iy years ago poplc began to find out the cfFrctivencss of Dr. Morse's Root Piih in correcting o thc railway easily completed. Two other visits were paid o e property by Dwyur and another hy Mr 'Hunter in the spring of IflOSL lime a considerable amount FREE ADVICE TO WOMEN United .Slates. .Miss Carter is now makHip tour oi Western cities, with view in forming .branch societies. The idi.-a lirRt occurred to Miss Car- r in way She was on a trip tht, continent and was taken II at Uliiciign hotel. She was at- tended two nurses and a doctor, btit. after they .left her, she was forced to star tf'.erc for two or three yearn in thc convalescent stage and was so unutterably lonesome, she be- gan thinking of all the lonely people then- are in every city, the idea occurred to her that she might rie- 'her time and money, for she has considerable weath, to the found- ing .'I a society, whose aim would he to furnish good cheer to convalcs- To (jtuitt a few .sentences from thc leallct whidi she distributes will set ''At four o'clock thc cler- li. McLaren. 1X15., of Van- uml Kcv. Murdock McKinnon, (if.Knox clmrcli, Regin'a, look their Rlaces ut the altar, following which at a given signal, formed an archwaywHli their 'swords, Uiroiipli the.-gtoouii accompanietl br his rpgar.i as a fortune in ilsclf. .She has people ilcpunilent upon the works, of which' the is the Mirad. A I, her imirriap she pave 000 to Ihe workmen's invalid fund, and s.he conslaiitly invcslijialcs cases of need and strives to meet them in flic wisest wav. .She makes her own clothes and often helps thc cook- ing and flu- housework. Mrs. lfetl> Creen, one oi the rjch- csl woni.'ii in the States, Is an acute business woman, aurf one of thf; few womui ivliu have been ahlr to hold own on the Stock lOxchangc. She is In.ikcr! mmn in Wall si reel as a "whale iot and her for- tune said tn rvcccd Mnic.1 'Jrucl is thr richest woman in Mc.vieo for her income is sairt In IK a year. She owns 280.- 100 acren nf land and HOO.OOO heart of cattle. .She is very generous and enledains on a laigc, though not A von lavish scale. Princess Marie Bonaparte, daughter of Hie late Prince Roland Bonaparte, is- probably the richest woman iri Praatv, tiiough what- her fortune unouiits to nobody knows. She is not L'ij mi ni'namenial millionairess, she speaks n doxen languages flu. cnl n voice wlii would coin sold in fraud opera. She has, moiTovcr, studied Ihe stars to such sooil pnrposp. thai shn has secureil udir.it tantr lo half llic scientific so- cieties; of Kuropn. forth cU-ariy the aims of thc sociclv best, man, Inspector Ncwson, advanc- (id up the aisle. These were followed by two littjtv (lower girls, Airdrv. Cartel ;lnri brides- maids. Miss -lenninirK, sister of the groom, and Miss -lessie Perry, sister of bride. Then, leaning upon the arm of hci father, came the hridc herself, dressed iina robe of ivory duchess Siitiii pointed yoke of Honiton .lace, and richly embroidered across th-: frnnt and down mi one side of tin; sVjrt to ;i hem in HIv-de- sign in silver and pearls. A semi- coiirt train was caught hack at our corner, and embroidered in silver ant pearls cnnght up hy simple tulle veil, and the bridal bouquet was a shoMcr of roses and lilies of thc val- Jley. the ceremony thc happy couple, seated in a carriage from which the horses had been rc- constipation and toning it-nclims hart been accomplished, up the Astern. drlft ettwtns Since ih-n th: po- I vein made surface work as a means of the ore body, too difficult fe Ijl small gang of men. The foot-nail j 'having been uncovered near the n-st- ci-'s edge, n teat pit about nine feet deep ivas sunk on thc ore body. Alto- gether enough work had been accom- phahcrt to disclose the character and value of the .ore. This caused Jlr Hunted to decide temporarily to aban- don the work, and lo construct a win- ter road for more extensive develop- ment of the property. .lack U'ilson, nnd later Heorge Ban- Herman, came along shortly utter Dvv- yer and hid parly had left. They found 'wyer a tents untenanted. They ivcre lc discover a blacksmith shop and conl In thst inaccessible rec on. They sav.- al once Ihnt. prospect, irs had succeeded In discovering vis- hie gold. Inspired by (his Incident short, time nanncrman h.id stak- ITonien suffering from any form of Rv i hi. I invited, to protnptlr enm- R5 this rnunicate with Mrs. 1'inkharn at'Lran deep Mass. All letters are received, open" read and answered by women. A wo- pularity oflhii reliabi old family medicine has grou-n steadily, and the increase in sales during the past year was the greatcs: :n the whole century. As Ions livers get sluggish, bou-els constipated o.- liidney; inactive, just so long wii! Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pilli ciire these conditions and banish their distressing effects lor ll-.osc who are wise enough to use t'icm. Sick headaches, coiled tongues, in- digestion, biliousness, dyspepsia, rheu- matism and similar disorders arc almost invariably caused hy impurities 'which ihould be removed ftiun the svslem by the boH'tls, the kidneys and the pores oflheaHn. By toning up these organs K: that they can do their work- properly, [Dr. Mint's hJiat Knt or prevent altogether, a large proportion of the commoil everyday ailments so many.people miserible. 1 Midi H. Comstock Co., J.iftn'tcd, Srociville, Out., ind sold by Jtalaj at t Uix. moved, wcic drawn hv mcnvbcrs oi [which haj for its motto "Cheer- "lc to the house of Commission- ifuliH-sy is an asset." "Not Mrs I'crry. I let's a rnceplion fellowship.1' "U'e ainr to huoy up thc convales- icent. whei; the doclor leaves thsm.j jwhen Ihe; nrt> lonely anil away from; home and friends. man can freely talk was held, .llic bride cutting Ihe caVe swnrd of her InisbHr.d. Fol- lowing llu: irccption, Inspector .anil Mrs. left hy (i..lp train lo spend their lioneymoon wish to extend our hospitality ''no ''-ride's .coinp-.iw.iy costume wa nian can freely talk LA.--..., IMii nuai'itriiny j of her ill- i lo "lc within our cates, and j a Kllil ot n''sl blue velvet, ness, to a woman; !tt> lonely convalescent who wishes Ri'vet' hutlons. Wilh Ihis wa labllshe'd tr'" "f che''r' with "arrow, tiiclt labllshed tr fi'dence-" betwce'n ilrs.-Pinkham and j so o-e ce the ,_women of j "Our society conlains young wonnn "list hlue velvet. Over on broke" I only' tllcir cannot ini- are E'vin." timc because we cl1 v'-'3t ti'imii'cil with tiny bill and h.it of niole-colored vclve "list hl f the Scot ,i u VA an tne boot sh Ontario and later, atllked he dome. Meanwhile, specimens from tllncovery being shown in loronto. From that time Interest Krew. The I.iiinlap-Mc- Martln-Tlmmln }e _. Mtecl, securing the "proi nerties now known a, the llolllni.r. Work on the .winter rosil wa, rii.heil Porcupine became Hud Its subiteqiiciu hlstorv and drvel joinn.ut Xever br.s she pub- lished ,1 .testimonial or. used a letter without the written consent of the "if sind bas Compaur allowed these confidential letters to Ret out of their possession, as htimireds of thousands of them in their niea will attest.' Out of the TastTolnme of experience which Mrs. Pinkham has to draw raw from, it is rnoro than possible that she has gained the rery knowledge needed in your case. Slid asks nothing in re- turn except j-our good "will, and her a'mcc has helped thousands. Surelv in, rich press upon (hem thp serious lessons of life. "We dj not money, hut we do give sumelhing that money can- noi, interest." I'ers-on.tl interest consist! of send- ing llowr-rs, lileraturc. and providing If not the richest woman in tlu automobiles anil carriaRes In take the I world Sonora L'lisino is one of them, patients out from fimr. to time or to for she, owns coin, valuables and cs- mdrrd and fifty r.ursts from llic cil and outsine points .were present a the ceremony, and a magnificent ar ray of Kilts cave evidence ol llu Ureal of thc young briilr and her military husband. any ivoma poor, shuiild be Rlad to take advantage of this gener- ous offer of assistance. AMmn Mrs. I'lnkham, care K. 1-inkham wheel those who are confined to valid chairs out in Ilir. open air. No mpni-j is miuirod lo dp'all this, or if any is required Miss Carter sun- plies it. Kln> finds that automobiles j-Jt j.iiiKiiam arc secured in the large cities, Medicine. Co., r.rrm, Mass. by simplj .KcilinR (be owners intcr- Ercry women might jested in Ihn work. K. Ptnklum'ii It In not bonk for itlmrllmtlnn, It It cnl; hf mull. Write for It In New York, Miss Carter has trained n band of a hundred "little cheerfulM" lo sin? and dance, .whose pleasure it to visit Ihe ilillerenl orpbiii. homes nnd bosnilals and en- Icrlalii I Iin impales and divert their rates lo the amount of She owns jj tlcrt of steamers, a mag- nificent csl.lto near Santiago anil em- ploys hundreds of people in her vine- yards alone She really a town port nf she ships thc South American ports. ii von Hobb'ii, formerlv Mertha Krupp, is iindonhlcdly the richest lady in Germany. If is impossible, lo slate just what she is worth, but il, Is gcnrnllv. believed (hat hei in- .'onl lo all (he .Soulh American orls. Ihe ureat majority of women would its Where Others Fail Fit.ancl Cornfort--essentials of the.best footwear-pre-eminent always in all "Queen Quality" Shoes I iy exports iisincy the most sii-ieiilific They ,-irc uorvect in every dcliiil nnd -Ilicy so poi'fpctlv ihcnisclvcs lo the foot ns to solid coiui'ori antl o.-isc from llic first, nioincnl worn. Fit, assur- ed n.l Von will buy here eventually. not W. J. Nelson Co. J ;