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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Vrlilay, April 11.1913 TIITR LETHBRTBGE BATLY HERALD ADI EDITED BY "INO" PHONES Office 1224 net. tin Alas the love of women It is known I'D bo i, lovely anil a fearful thing. ft woman is like but stay Wliot u woman is like who can say no living with or without is arranged to take place early in Mav. Mrs. Stone, ol Cnrstuins, who was and sewing was in orch-r. The ladies {over-shoes, allhou.'.h UK- uishi was decided to the churt-h tor bitterly eoid. disclusul til-it the dedication next Sunday. The sits from Kditiontou, im hrv hostess served dainty viands at the. j to- her. mother, in the Statvs, her tea hour. I husband liavim; been senttnml to! j for some leaving her j The "purple" side o! St. Cyprian's tilute. Upon asking her where siic in-i W A which lost in the recent Lcn-j tended slayinR for the night, s.ie, ten contest, entertained the win-i hurst into tours and confessed that tho "navy bine" bide yesterday she, was withtmt money, havim; only afternoon. It' was re-retted, that, her tieket, and then her sad ste-ry owing to a slight misunderstanding i followed. It. was a pleasure, tij ill announcement, the attendance was lake lier lo the room liouse Gelun, and with Mrs. A. J. McLean, of Maple not as Jarp.0. as it would otherwise ave been. The parish room converted by means o[ new window curtains and Creek, who is with Mrs. J. W. Daw- potted plants in profusion into a honor guests ol a delight-1 drawing-room. The tea hy the W. C. T. I'., for ills nisht and to clii-er and ri-lr-sh her witli supper and breakfast licfore speeding her on her way. She icit on! the 11101111111; train, with many ex- one like nothing on earth but woman.- i Hoarc., Mrs., II. Williamson is. expected to arrive home next week Irom an (xtcndcd trip abroad. Tho many friends ol Mrs. McCorvic will be'pleased1 .to. know, that she is doing nicely after her recent, serious operation at .tlie Gait hospital. Mr. and Mrs 'Vercy Cpwen Shaw havo arrived irom British. Columbia and will bo "the guests of Mr. and Ml'3 F.. D. Shaw during their .stay In Ulhbridgev Major and .Mrs. V. Burnett have two decided novelties in their homo in tho form of an orange and a lemon treo, both of which are in bloom at present. Mrs. Charles Hardy announces the engagement ol her daughter, Detior- nh Isahel, to Mr. Arthur Hornsley Mui'rel-Wrlght, of Hnrtney, Mani- tolja, tho wedding to take place on In. Trinity church, Roch- ester, Now York. Miss Mildred Mason returned today from an extended visit with rcla- lives in Nebraska. The tennis courts arc now in splen- 'did shape lor any mem- bers of the Lothbridge Tennis club, who liavo'paid their subscription, can have access to the anv tinier The formal opening takes place 'one week; from tomorrow. important hicotinK of the Leth- hrldge Tennis club will bo held it den, were honor guests ot a delight-1 drawing-room. The tea table pressious oi gratitude. 1'fnl matinee bridge, which claimed W11S prettily centred with daisies in Another case, of a mother and licr a I Mrs. W. J. Armstrong as hostess I u .inskct on up. exquisite lace ttoB children who had to slay over Mrs.. McLean' (Maple Mrs. A. J. Getim, Mrs. J. W. Daw-den, Mrs. W. .B. Burnett, Mrs. E. A. Williamson, Mrs. Stanley KirWiam, Mrs. E. n. Hill, Mrs. Geo. Moth, Mrs. C. If.'Smith; Mrs. W. F. MacDonald, Mrs. J.-H. Rivers, Mrs. A. M. Grace (Medicine Mrs1. R. E. McArthur, Mrs. E, J. Schl.. and Mrs. George Staeey. at 318 Tuesday evening, April 15th Hherlocfc Building. Every.'mi ._ asked to bo present. The engagement is announced o Jva -Ethel, daughter of Mrs. Thomas 64 "Victoria" Avc., Hamilton, Ontario, to .Mr. Waiter Tangye, Bos- CLUBB AND SOCIETIES i. W. d. (VrlllM jlullji 41 [JllVer DaSlCCli Oil an im.l: I blllvo Icrday. Palms and potted plants !centre and presided over by Mrs. jm'siit in onlcr to make tram with a. bright note of color express-1 Hayr and Mrs. V. McMil- nections The mother was ill; (lie weather bitterly cold and Wust- ___ Frank Wadilington, Mrs. C. I erins and the children thinly dad. t. Young and Miss Kileen Jones eon- Discovering that tlie mother was .ributcd'bright piano solos, and a short o! lunds anil had nowhere to meal number by Mrs. J. Morgan slop over, Mr. kindly donated was much enjoyed. 'aiul thc iiul" wcra lukl'" to ja restaurant and provided will) u p.niroiiw C T tl held -in hot .meal and to a hoarding house, mte'restinf meeung at tome "of Uiev u-cr, provided will, lodK- Urown Pipes yesterday at- nig tor the night. yesterday. with a ed in crimson carnations were pret- I ty and cllcctivc. Four tables were in play, Mrs. A. J. ttchm capturing first prize and Mrs. Stanley KiiWmrn second. A de- lectable menu was served at the tea hour, when tho hostess was assisted by Mrs. G'Hagan and Miss Agnes O'Hagan. Those bidden worn Mrs. -Stone ternocm. Arrangements were started for the. district convention, which convenes in. Lethbridge, May 15 and 18, whcp. Mrs. La Mancc, ot Wiscon- sin, a national W. C. T. U. organ- izer will be present. A good program is being arranged for that conven- tion. Deaconess Udy presented-the fol- Another case of a young girl, with- j out relatives, hut having tricnds in the city, came here with the idea of earning better wages'. Alt her be- longings were carried In a paper par- cel. Upon goius to the address of her friends, she foilnd that they bad moved and no one knew their where- abouts, and the [loor, stared, tiro! The young ladicj ot the Prothcon jlass are asked to moot'in the base- church at twenty minutes to cloven on Sunday morn- ing to attend the anniversary servic- es of the Sunday school. No after- noon session will he held. The High School Literary Society entertains this evening' in the audi- torium of the Central .school at the society's annual "at hoine'V Ni) in- vitations have been issued' as in other but' the puWIP-Js The program, which commences .with a session of the Mock Parliament will begin at cight-lllteen sharp, After- wards an Informal musical program will .he presented, during which- re- freshments will be served- No. nil- mission is being charged, but a. sil- ver collection will be taken at' the door to defray expenses. The Ladies' Cotta society met yes- terday with Mrs. Crest. Twenty-five members -were out- two members enrolled. Mrs. Dtespth and lowing rcpo.-t of the I.ethbridRc Tra- child was taken" to the room provid- vellcrs' Aid work from January 20th ed and next day was successful in to March 18th, 11113: finding her friends. On commencing work, it was ar-.j Another, a mnrried woman just up ranged that the two midnight trains, and the 4 p.m. mid p.m. trains, should be met. This schedule continued until March IStb, when it was changed, so that at the. present time the a.m. and the p.m. trains are being met.. Although tho period covered by this report is perhaps the slackest in the year, so far as the travelling public is concerned, over 200 -trains in all have been met and 117 travel- lers given assistance. Of this number, 12 were young girls travelling-alonii; the remaining 55 comprised .young married women, mothers with1 faiu- elderly women, all travel- ling alone, and who were all grate- ful for advice, direction and assist- ance. It is .hard in a brief .period of time to gather facts, render assistance and tabulate results, particularly the latter, but some ot the cases, appear- eil'to be. interesting upon their face. Tho first person cared for was a young married woman with only .a well, Kootenay Lake. The marriage Mrs. Ahrens gave 'splendid leadings, summer suit wraps- or ifoiira sick-bed, hall received'a hurry call to the death-bed ot her sister. She herself was quite unfit lo travel and having to wait .over till the mid- night train, was taken to vha rnnm, rested and refreshed and placed safe-1 ly upon her train, deeply grateful j for the kindness made post'iblo by the Travellers' Aid work of the W. C. T. U, A young Woman coming in on the evening train, and having to wait over for a time, was taken to the llomc provided for those who are staying over, for more than one night and. expressed to tlie lady of tho house (who 'is a member of the W. C. U., and in this way assists the) work) her deep gratitude lot- the as-' .Distance rendered by the Travellers' Aid, stating thut'-ahc scarcely kiies Mint she would havo done, being without money suiTlcieat to pay for a room at a hotel. Ten' Given1 Lodging ten. have .been given temp orary. lodging in C. T.'.ti rooms and two have been lodged at GRACEFUL SIMPLICITY A very becoming spring costum with the shirt Bllghtly draped. other places arranged for, as cr.l; two out of the twelve intended re maiiling In the city. Two meals hav been provided, .Kiaht have hem will ing and able to pay for their lodglm, and meals, and has bean receivoi in tills way. Your Travellers'' Aid in addition to depot work has' attended one ex ecutive committee meeting, one Jar meeting, .takinjt.part, and six spc meetings, taking part in thru? and has also undertaken some specia work preliminary to the formation o a Loyal Temperance Legion, as th arranging for oratorical cnntsst among the young people, etc. licglna, April a result of a acetylene- gas explosion 'which occur ex! at Reglria College yesterday, A. IJrodorlcli and Ooorgs. Kidd, engineer at the college, may lose their eyeslgh They were Inspecting Oio apparatu for making; tlisgss far the dottiest' .and lit a mate when At Rylands A Sale of Suits and Other 515 4 4 AK For............ >9 t BOYS' JD.50 SUITS QK BLACK CASHMERES; t SOX, 5 for I MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS for.......... MINER'S BOOTS For MEN'S strong work Boots BOYS BOOTS BOYS' SCHOOL C Hat 01 bon- idt in the lot has'plenty'of style and value in1 it. Some sennet 4nd' fancy braid straws !or children, as low as 'we have ;ute silk repp for 75c, nicely trim ned. f Boys' Tweed Suits and. Overcoats as Low as The bojs suits are all their glory Jonie dandy tweed auftg as Jow at Hhera.at 60 ILO 00, witb bloomer pants -sizes to fit bovs 8 to Ifa 3 can Also a Ine of boys 3 to 7 year siz-a isn 1.28 THE ONLY STORE FOR ,Ne'mo and .Warner's "Corsets. Drise Forms and RacJfum Hosiery The Sell-For-Less Store MANY OTHER ;BARQAINS Are ticketed ihroujhout 'the store every one worth coining the for. barsa'ns. 1 Laws as the Women's Rights His address in full is giv- en in'another pert of--this The performance of "A Daughter of the Desert" given1 by .members of Mary's Dramatic Society at St Augnstta's Hall last night can only be described as a great success The jhall was filled and rounds of ap- liplaiise greeted all the telling parts, i whilst the many huinorous, touches 'never failed to get their reward in jthe shape of hearty laughter i The hero's pait was played with a full realization of its possibilities by ;Mr A Matthews, his sceaes with Sihera (Mr P Collins) who acted splcndidlv, being bpeoially exciting The heroine's part was takf n by MiSi I ,ilt Wi-bh who-although it was her Iirsfc stage appearance, played the ex- acting part allotted, to her with great alternating with sternness Special mention must also bo made of Mr L X Grist and Miss P. Kirk, the former constantly bringing Ine house down vth humorous sallies, whilst the latter proved charming sweetheart lor so hand- ..some a rancher Miss E. Washbrook I and Mr. P. Clayton as a middle-aged I'couple, did their courting in a way thai almost raised the tool witl laughter, whilst Miss Bert_ Wash 'hionk. as an Indian girl, loonea most realistic Mr C R Matthews js a gambler vho afterwards reforms and becomes the sheriffs 'deputy, smoked cigars and turned out Arizona slang [with equal facihtj All the other were played ui such a way as to make the piece go with a swing The sheriff, played by Mr Eric Cnetonay, help up people as though he had been born to it. The piece mav bf repeated at an I carlj date, and citweni of Lethbndge REMARKABLE RECORD OF MAN AT HUNT.LEY PALMER'S FACTORY. AT READING April 10. A workman at. Hnntley ilscuit factory at. Reading JUst retired upon a pension pIoycrB, after haying 63 years of continuous During the whole of .ithlg he had only once been late tor Uli wort, and he -well remembers .the date, -Oct. 5, 1800, whan his oloefc played him false Messrs Huntloy and Palrnpr have no fewer than 980 men. still in -thelv employment who "have been tlntre over 30 years, 268 who have been there over 40 years, whilst stilt .on their .books 60 men wh' 60 years' continuous Ice, 40 of whom are still in full' em- ployment. t GENERAL BOOTH, General Bramwell. Booth, Cominsn. of the Salvation Army, who will arrive In on ber 1st. ;