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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, AprU 23,1913 y^r^rt .w^i I- '' i "..............--------- THE LETHBBIDGE BAILY HERAXD Page 11 m A ROMANCE OF RIDEAU HALL . since meiBtliig In Canada; as part of the suite of the Oovefnop General Miss Polly, ladyiln^Awaltlng t6 the Duchess ot Connaught and Captain T. H. Rivers Bulkr'ey, one of the Aldps to the Duke, were' married reqently. The above pleturi> was taken on the grounds of RIdeau Hall, last winter and has Just been ^published. . , BUILO A SEPARft SCHOOL IS i'rustees Will Do So If the Money Market Permits t ---c. .  IJ money can be ral�ea the Leth-briUge Separate Scho()L Board will ths year erect a new ^eight-roomod school in . North Lethbridge. This iVas the Btatomont made to .'a' Herald representative this morning hy" onef of the murabdrs olt ths Board; ,T4io school will oo^t $45,000. "TBver since it was- first mooted that tli6^ OathbllOs ol the city were . oon-.templatlng erecting their new church there have beeil 'rumora ' about the building of a new school. The'present school is neither up-to-date; nor largo enough to accommodate . the SOU puplls' in -attendance. > During^ithovwihter _therefore,. the; hoard purchased 18 lots in bloclr 157, N6rth Lethbtidge,'where th'e'greiter imtt ofe the Separate sohool pppula-tion resides, as a' site- lor the meVi" sohool.; ~^Only recently "It was decided, to issue bonds for $45,000 for the ci;eotlon ol the school, and provided these are sold this spring the sohool will be'builf this summer, ;-* The congregation of St. Patrick's is also waiting anxiously to hear the result .of tie ;lienderB called (or in connection with their now church oa 4th Ave- The tenders were to close tomorrow, but- the: time has - been ex-(tended'lan church, Amheratburg,' and Will become an officer of a Detroit company. :^;;B;ri^i,NG:^.::%^m,>^!^ DUO yiiME FOR WINE ens Bryan Entertained Ambassadors and Refused to Allow In-' � toxicants 6n Table 'PS Aggravate catarrhal cold^ knd .bronchial, disorders,' and if neglected often lead to pneumonia, or cpn", sumption. Sporrs EMl/LSlQN dritMiS oat: eoUf and: aorriiliti bronchial-: froitiU'^Sf It sootlx^s and heals > th^ Biffected membranes. Itr Ijnakoshe'althy fleahi:rj�;h blood and etrengtbena �w^ok ilungs. Ntotbingii�'�0;;gopdi . 'stubborn .;'oough�; and�cold* m0 . � Washington, D.O., April 2S.-~U�m-bers of the diplomatic corps in "Wash-Ingiton are contemplating the unpleasant prospect of a drought tor the four years of state affaire given Wm. J. Bryan. Most of the ambassa-dore were initiated into the ari^dity of ithe diplomatlo dinners on. Monday night, when the Secretary of State and Mrff,. Bryan entertained at their hotel, with a dinner in honor ot the Ulght Honorable James Bryce, >the retiring: British AmbasBador,,;-:and Mrs. Bryee. Untermeated grape' juice/and boUlod water, but no wlrjes,. were served. ' ' � = The guests were J. Jusaerand and Mme. Jusserand, o? ."France; * Cteorge Qalchemeteff, and Mme. BaUhimetef'T, of Russia; Count and Oountess V'on Berns'torfr, of Grermany; Viscount and VisoountesB Chlnda^; of .Japan; Mr. Bttgamma and Mme. Dftgammo, of Brazil, and oth4rs prominent in tlie d{i)lo(matlo corps, pinnerjwag served in the Cabinet suite; of the hotel. In all eighteen pfiraons sat down. . The unfermented'i g^pe 3ult>e and table,water were s�frved as. a-ftUJ^h. It was flavored with orangeian'd-lemon. The puniJli was: darjc; red, flpar�t^' ling, and It btfbbled ahd flaialedi' It wasserved in large-.?;h&ve been invitadi to-a fCrmal dlBjUer. In �Waahingfoii, where wines liave not been served. In the. last fifty years* there have b6�n secretaries of state who have not drunk "Wine, but ISO far as Washington can remember, no Secretary of. State ever refused to d^fer to 'the ousfom W this and other capitols to ^the extent of serving up temipe^oe- drinks at a state dinner. MILADI SDITED BY "INO" PHONES Office 1224 Ret. 1115 ' DO NOT DEaPAIR Do not despair, however dark And tt'ou'bled , The waters are. about you; have no , , fear.. , That is the time to lean with faith redoubled On unseen Forces, who are aiWiys near. Our son-oWa should be telescopes, re-.vealing The feautlful and sure results of prayer; The universe is charged with tender fsellng, A^sk a.'i.d you ahftll receive-do not .despair. Do not despair; though men seem cold and cruel; . They .-vre not so; lovo dwells within each heart, Feed that pure sljork, with optimistic fuel. And see tli-s flame of sympathy up. sitart. r>ooU on the world-starred flrmanients above you By God's hand formed; proclaim yourself His heir! Think ot those store as tender souls who love you, And will sustain your strength, Do not despair. -Ella Wheeler Wilcox. "Waltz ftom Faust", "My Cavalier", "All that I ask is You", "Night and Day", "Spying Cupid", "Come Back I to .Erin",. "A Thousand Kisses", "Beftutyis Dream", "Kiss Waltz", "Jiist" Like the Rose", and two-steps, "Everybody Two-st3p", "Stop' "Kbiii':' Tickling',� Jock'', "Chicken ' Sum- Hostesses tomorrow : Mrs.' (Dr.) M. J. Gibson, at her post-nuptial reception. Mra..B. N. Higinbotham Charlie", "Pun Bob", "Hullo mer", "Temptation Hag", "Ragtime Violin", "Porcupine Rag", "I Love a' Lassie", "loycles Rag", and "Song Bird." . There will also be three selected extras and the Home Sweet Home waltz. Cards will be provided for those who do not care to dance. * a  COLLIER-TTDBALL St. Cyprian's .church was the scene of a quiet wedding at nme o'clock last evening, when Rev. Canon Mo-Mlllenunited in marriaKc Miss E. A. Tidball, of Burnham, Somerset, England, to Mr. W. G. Collier, of this city. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. Arthur Tidball, While Mr. G. groomsman; C. Collier acted as CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The members of St. Cyprian's Woman's Auxiliary .are reminded of the meetmg at .^.30 tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. Rhodes and Mrs. Wellington will be the hostesses. MIXED FARMING TRAIN , .-Calgary; April 22.-To stlmulftte Jij-terestrln; mixed fafmin^i ith^ gdvwn-tneht's;:mixed farming ti-aln, whi>h leaves };his city in June, will dlstrl.�: hute, a carload of; thorouglibred young ^rketfl among- the different farming (Otjmmunitles, They wiH-be soli at ihe nominal price of about 14.00 per head.  � ; .';.;;..� Hl^.'Stu^leisV'; �-."k,'.. ' ., ,"l; a.m Inclined;to :;�v8p6o(i tliei bo-,',br|ety;of the Jasfc, stiii^'^hi in our ',c}B�fe.".p;.;y.v -���> � ......- �: , "Why so?" i:;;i.;;if!.Whe,n..I aj)lred..'hlm 'vvhttt 'w�fi* . fftyQTlte.Btudieti In, '^>�'o' - � v Mrs. F. D. Shaw.was hostess of a bright reception yesterday aftemooii in courtesy to her daughter-in-law, Mrs. .Percy Cowen Shaw, and her guest, Mrs.. .James Harding, of St;-John, New Brunswick. ' : Mrs. F. H. M�Swburri, Mrs. J. 0. Wilson, and Mrs. T, E. Neal'e assist^ ed the hostess. .' The Fleetwood teachers have organized their tennis club tor the sea-, sos^'s play, and they, elected Principal 0.:E. Brandow as ..president. The;!;' iSchool board fitted up excellent' grounds at;the sohoolfor the use of' the teachers, ; who appreciate the courtesy, and a lot of splendid exercise will be the result. The Chosen- Friends eutertaitiSd at one of their ,delightful dances in the �';; S. 0. E. hali last evening. One huh-dred and fifty guests tripped the-'i light fantastic to swcet, strains dm'-coursed by. Gaskpll's orchestra. An I inviting meiju w^p iserved iat half tlttio, after which danqing was again-^ ' in;,.order..', .����.�r-; ,.�'�;��"�� i. iSfr.. Waddell ' and Mr: . Davldsdn;'; formed the music;;committee, while i-Mrs. Waddellj. Mrf),i AUdrison, Mrs'.^-;! Pehraon.and Mrs. .J; E. Mahon were in charge of the refreshmeiits. Miss Preston's first. evening class in domestic science, which has been meeting on Tuesday and Friday evenings; completed its course last evt ening, and the pupils took ,the. opportunity to show their appreci.ition of Miss Preston's uhllr'ng efforts in their behglf by presenting her with an immense shower" of American Beauty roses. Thq little act of courtesy was deeply appreciated by Hisa Preston, who graciously thanked the donors. , The second evening class, which meets on Mohdays and Thursdays will not complete its cdurse iuii;ll three weeks later. * ' ? � ' Judging- from the following 6^1�li-did list ot musical selection?, yi'hich will be" rorideJ;ed by the Noeds-G-ilS!; k'ell oroheetra' at .the' Eastern.St" 'dffnce totooj:row dlgfit in tho^^'^ TiBii hall,;^those, favoWd ^ -with JtfW^^ tion* should spend a particulMly ,eF' The Women's Missionary society ot Westminster church reali'/.od the from fouci,splendid sum of $50 from the Now is the Most Advantageous Time to arrange for Your Verandah and Porch Rugs, Mats, Awnings, Etc. H AVE ^yOU EVER stopped to consider what an immense improvement it would ,be to your house, both from a sanitary and comfortable appearance, point of vieWjito have your verandah furnished witii appropriate mats and awnings- the cost is but a trifling matter when the atnount of real satisfaction and comfort are QO.nsid^redi-' ,' Just imagine, a nice wide verandah, covered with one of our Special Cocoa Fibre Verandah Mats, screened off with Striped Awning Cloth, and tlie steps covered with-Cocoa Matting-you have the ideal summex'-time home...It cost.s but litUe to have ybui'veraiidah fitted up if you buy here. E\ead on- Verandah Rugs Made from natural hard twisted Cocoanut Fibre, with green or red borders and fringed at boj:h onds. The sizes and prices are: Size-.45--x 72...,.....,...! $1.05 Size 54 X 90............ $3.00 Size 63 x 108 .....$4.50 Jap. Matting Ohe yard wide, in plain white; also white or cream grounds with conventional designs, in green and Persian colorings. Splendid values at per j-ard 15c to 35c Cocoa Matting The extra hard ftvisted kind-will withstand wind and rain and still always have-that cool and fresh ajfpearance, so restful in the hot summer days. 1 yard wide, per .yard......85c 11/4 yds. wide, per yard ... $1.00 Made up in an extra 'hard wearing quality matting and printed- In very effective Persian McdaUlou designs. Size 27x 54, each . . . Size 36 X 6;], each . .. And IV^ake Your Verandah Curtains From Our Special Awning Clotbi , Woven .from extra long staple cotton In a splendid wearing qualit.v; yarn dyed and .warrant-, A ed fflfflt.colors-every deslrn&le color combination-30 inches wide. Per yard...........'.... Jap. Mats 30c, 35c. 50c, �0c. The Hudson's Bay Stores mage sale, held in the yesterday. rum-1 Miners' hall The card social, given in the K. ol P. hall last evehing by the Young LadicSl Sodality ^of St. Patrick's church, was very succeasiul. .Twelve tables ot euchre-were made up, Mrs. Leonard ond Mr. - Walsh winning first prizes and Mrs. 0. Walsh and Mr. Bedard, secondii j . An especially important meeting of the Women's Missionary society of Westminster church will be held at the home- of Mrsi W. P. J. Alexander tomorrow, afternoon. Mrs. Tibert will read a paper,,,and officers will be elected for' the?ensuing year. It is earnestly h(5pedi'.that the attendance .will- be; large! * ,* * The Junior Guild of St. Mary's church are sparing, no effort to make their-' converaazlone tomorrow afte^ noon, and'-evening :a success. Afternoon' teft^WlU be served from three to five a^id the affair will be.held In. the pftrlBh'hall. ,;. Thinks Canada Will keep Up the Pace Edmonton, Alta.., April 21.-"While there arp.somo at-home who do not think Canada can keep up with the wonderful development of the last low years," paid Richard Thompson, J. P., of Blackburn, Eng., in Edmonton, "'l-'mUst say that It^s my firm belief that the Dominion' will ci.n tinue to progress and prosper. I have looked over the situation carefully from cpast_ t6 coast and, judging GAG LI DEBATE LEADERS SPOKE  AI^D THERE WAS MUCH CHEERING ON BOTH SIDES Ottawa, April 22.-The closure debate occupied the house until midnight tonight with a greater number of really brilliant speeches than have been heard in any day this session. The men who spoke on both sides were full of fight and aroused ____- ;____ - , . , ... their followers. The two party lead- froniiwliiii^^ 5ikve seen, it is not'pos-'ers came first and were succeeded'in pible'for t'he country to retrograde, turn by; Hugh Guthrie, tton.T.W. It must .go forward. What is more, I White, Hon. G-eorge P, Graham, Hon. th?'cahst anji" prairie provinces are^T. W. Crothers, F. B. Carvell and going forward. "There is more de-| Arthur Meighcn. Mr. Meighen made velopment add settlement than ever ,3 notable contribution to the debate AKTI9TIC siiyipLioriv A truly picturesque (prine tollettii. before.' Mr. Tliom^sou, who is accompanied by his. son apd daughter, C. H. fearce.of Blackpool, and R. R. -Mumford and- Mrs. Mumtord, of London; -represents one ot the largest cotton manufacturing houses in the British Isles, He and his party are returning; to' Now York, whence they will sail for home on,May 10.' '!.Prolifflblyth6 chief reason for this jsBe'CuWtjtet'at h6tne about the future I of. 'Oanada''is the lack of knowledge about the Dominion,i' Mr. Thompson i added. .'"I; anti sure that if the ear-, nest; and ambitious, young man of the old country. Co'iild bo made to realize the; opportunlt'ies ottered by Canada; nioro especially the western provinces^- the; immigration officials would find their recoyds multiplied many t mes. The majority have no adequate conception; of !Canada. There'is a big work to be. done in the old country possible. InVthe way of a cam-paigtt"'of S^dVoation to show the resources'and advantages of the provinces as thsy really are. The truth is good erioUgh and that will be accepted:'' ^ ; - Mr. Mumlord', ,who will remain in Canada for.some time, was equally enthusiastic over: what he has seen on' the transcontinental tour, saying 'that progress -of the most substantial kind was -noted on all sides., He | I was especially.,-IntBrested in the der , fvelopment of cintral Alberta and the j (Settlement.of 5the vast hinterland, iwhere thousands of farmers from the British Isles ahd the United; States are* taking' up a homesteads. He ex- j .pressed BUtpris'o at the large number-J of Engllshmen^'he had met in the , western provinces, saying quickly, however, that they are doing better here than in the old country., "Mixed farming, includipg the raising of UvOstociti.i,;:i5 By the time a man or woman iij 60} ' the Kidneys and -Bladder neftdff; liftip ;;; help to keep in goad worklpg ordet;' GIN PILI^S are what they need. GIN^ . PJI