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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, April THE LETHBRIDGJE DAILY HERALD Page 11 A ROMANCE OK IlIDEAU HALL Since meeting In Canada as part of the suite of the Governor Genera! Miss Polly, Jady-ln-waltlng to the Duchftss of Cor.naught and Captain T. H Rivera BulUIey, one of the aides to the Duke, were married recently. The above picture Was taken on the grounds of Rldeau Hall, last winter and has junt been published. SEPWIEDJHHITHY trustees Will Do So If the Money Market Permits If money can be raised the Leth- bridge Separate Schopl Board will 1h s year erect a new eight-roomed school in North Lethbridgc. This was tiiu statement made to a'.Her- o.U representative tlifs morning by' one of tho members of the Board- .The school will -Mrer since it was first mooteil that tlie Cathulloa of the city were con- templating erecting tholr new church There have been rumors about the building of a new school. Tho pres- ent school is neither np-to-dato nor Jiirgc enough to accommodate the 3QU pupils in attendance. During :the; winter therefore, the hoard purchased 13 lota in block 157, North the1 greater- part the Sejiarate GOhooJ pppula- liion resUlea, as a site Tor the :new- school. recently "It was decid- ed to issue bonds lor lor the erection tho school, and provided these are sold this spring the school will be built' this summer. Tho congregation of St. Patrick's Is also waiting anxiously to hear tho result of tenders called for in connection with their new church on 4th Aye. The tenders were to close tqrn.Qrr.oiv, but the time lias-been Motiday nesfc.. II the church antl school are hdtli built this year, it; is -likely that the congregation will sell the property on which both church-and.school now stand, and in this caso it will also bo necessary to build a" Sis tecs' Home, property near tlio conservatory of music on llth St., has also been acquired by tho Siaterri' for this purpose, but it is un- derstood no attempt will be made to build the Home until next year. Walters has resigned the! pastorate of St. Andrew's Presbyter-' Inn chvurch, Amherstburg, and will j become' an Officer of a Detroit com-! pany, i catarrbal colds ;and bronchial disorders, and if neglected often lead to pneumonia or con- sumption. SCOTT'S EMULSION dHoes coldf and corrects bronchial troubles. It soothes and heals ]tho affected membranes. It !makes healthy flesh, rich blood end strengthena weak lungs. Nothing is so good as Scott's Emulsion for stubborn coughs and colds, INSIST an Scott IXtvrtie, Tos-onta. Ondm'o Bryan Entertained Ambassadors and Refused to Allow In- toxicants on Table Waihington, D.C., April bers of tbe "diplomatic corps in Wash- ington are contemplating the un- pleasant prospect of a drought for the four years of state affaire gi Wm. ,T. Bryan. Moat of the ambas dora wero tnitluted Into the aridity oC itho diploma tic fiinnorH oa Monday night, when tho Secretary ot Stato nnd Mrs-. Bryan entertained at (heir hotel, with a dinner in honor of the Right Honorable James Bryce, >the re- tiring British Ambassador, .and Mrs. Bryce. grape juice, and bottled .water, but no were served. The guests were J. Jusscrand and Mrae. Jusaerahd, ot Prance; :J3eo Bakliemeteff, and Mme. of Russia; Count and Counteaa Von Bernetorff, of Oermany; Viscount and Viscountess. Chinda, of Japan; Jlr. Dagamma and Mine. of Brazil, and others .prpmlnent in thi diplomatic corpa. pinner was served in tbe Cabinet suite of the hotel. In all' eighteen persons sat down. The ffrape jujcs and table water were served as a Bun-cb.. It was flavored with orange and'lem- on. The punch was "dark red, apart ling, and It bubbled an.1 fizzled. It was nerved in large cut glass goblets, and looked like the real thing, Aa a perfectly harmless punch, though, It was said to be delicious. Aside from the punch aad tbe dinner was a dry affair, This la the first time for many years tbat members of the diplomatic corps have been 'invited to a fornuil dinner In Tvfcers.-.wines have no't been served. In tho lust fifty years there have been secre- taries of state who have not drunk Wine, but so far as Washington can remember, no Secretary of State ev- er refused to defer to 'the custom of th'is and other capitols to the extent of serving up temperance' at a atato dinner. MIXED FARMING TRAIN Calgary, stimulate in- terest iii mixed farming, ith'e govern- ment's mixed fanning train, whi.-vh leaves this city In June, will distri- bute a carload of thoroughbred young porkers among the different farming communities. They will be sold at the uominui Oi about S4.GO i'--" head. DO NOT DESPAIR Do nut however dark and tumbled Tho witujrs ure about you; have no fear. Taut is thf! time to lean with faiUi redoubled On wiKeim Forcos, who are always neu r. Our sorrows Hhould bo telescopes, nv yeullnK Tho fcautlful and' 'sure results of pray or; Tim tmlverso IB wHli tender fflflliiijr. Ask ft 'id you shall do not despiiii'. seom Do not deRimir; tlio cold ami crnol; They arc not so; lovo dwells wllli- iu each heart, Feod thiit pure spark, with optimistic fuel, And cn.s flame of sympathy up- Btnrt. Look on tho 'world-Blurred nrmamentH above you By God's bund formed; yourself His hoiv! Think of tlioMo atara a souls who lovo you, uroolnim tender "Waltz trom "My (.'.-.valid "All that 1 ask ia "Xisht ami "Spying "Cuittu Hack to "A Thousand "Beauty's "Kiss ".Just Like tlio ami tivo- stops, "Everybody "Stop Your' Tickling, "Chicken i "Fun Sum-! "Temptation time "Porcupine "I i Love a "Icycles and "Song Bird." I There will also he three selected extras and .Sv.-eoL Homo waltz. I Cards will bo provided I'or those who do not care to dance. COLLlEK-TlmiAI.L St.. Cyprian's church was tho scone or a quiet wedding at nine o'clock last evening, when Rev. Canon Mc- Millen united in marriage -Miss K. A. TiiibuU, ol Burnham, Somerset, Eng- land, to Mr. W. ft. Collier, ot this city. The bride wan given away by her brother, Mr. Arthur Tiduall, while Mr. G. C. Collier acted as groomsman. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES His Studies "I am inclined to suspect Uie so- briety of the last student In our 1 "Why "When I anltcll what his favc'rlto In ornitholoRy, he re- plied, 'SwaUo'iva, baip and Judge. And will 8U3talu your strength. Do aot despair. Wheeler Wiloox. Hostesses tomorrow Sirs: (Dr.) M- J- Uihson, at her post-nuptial reception. Mrs. K. X. Higinbotlmm, trom four to six, and afterwards on tlio fourth Thursday. Mrs William Stafford aud .Mra. Nor- mal: B. Peat aro vlaitlng In Calgary for a ?ew dayfl. Mr D. L. Klmball loft thin morning on n, throe weeka' trip through went- em Canada, and will visit tho coast iltloa before returning. Mr. Charles Edinpn- ton, who wan a week-end visitor with his aunt, Mrs. MoKillop, re- turned homo this morning. Mrs. McCalg and children, o! Ed- monton, will arrive tonight on a short visit with the former's moth- er, Mrs. Mcliillop. Mrs. Stanley Kirkham .in entertain- ing a number of the younger set at a a live hundred on Friday evening, in honor o! her sister, Miss Walton, ot Belleville. Mr. and airs. C. M. Arnold, o! Brooks, Alta., arrived this morning to be at 'tho bedside of the latter'a father, Mr. G. I- Vrodman, who ia very seriously ill at the hospital. Mrs, Clarke, of Calgary, who came to the city to .see 'her brother, Mr. Keirby, who is ill with typhoid ioy- cr, has returned home. While here she, was a guest with Mrs, Dowaett, Sir. Keirby is progressing very orably. Mrs, F- D. Shaw was hostess a bright reception yesterday afternoon in Courtesy to her daughter-in-law, Mrs. .Percy Coweu Shaw, and her guest, Mrs.. James Harding, o! St. John, New Brunswick. Mrs, P. H. 'Mewhucn, Mrs, J. 0. Wilson, and Mrs. T. E. Neale assist- ed tho hostess. The Pleetwood teachers have or- ganized their tennis club for the sea- soa's play, and they elected Princi- pal C. E.' Brandow as president. The school board .fitted up excellent grounds at the school for the use of the teachers, who appreciate the courtesy, and a. lot of splendid ex- ercise will be the result. a Tim Chosen Friends entertained at one of their delightful dances in the 0. E. hall last evening. One hun- ired and fifty guests tripped the-'i ight fantastic strains by G-aslipH's orchestra. -An nviting menu was served at half ;imo, after which dancing was again 'n order. Mr. Wadtlell and Mr. Davidson formed the music committee, while Mrs. AVaddeil, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. on and Mrs. J. E. Mahoa were n charge' of the refreshments. Miss Preston's first evening class 11 domestic science, which has been meeting on Tuesday and Friday' ev- .nings, completed its course last ev- ening, and the pupils took the oijpor- unlty to show their appreciation of Miss Preston's untiring, efforts in ;heir behalf by presenting her with in immense shower of American Keauty roses. The little act of cour- iesy was deeply appreciated by Miss Preston, who graciously thanked the donors. The second evening class, which tnssts on Monday5 mid Thursdays will not complete Its course until three weeks later. Tim -mRmbers of St. Cyprian's Wo- man's Auxiliary art: reminded of the meeting at 3.30 tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. KJiodes and Mrs. Wellington will be the hostesses. The Women's Missionary society of We-stminstyr church realized the Bplcndid sum ot from the rum- mage sale, held In the Miners' hall yesterday- The card social, given in tho K. of P. hall last evening by the Young Ladies' Sodality of St. Patrick's church, was very succecslul. Twelve tables ot euchre were made up, Mrs. Leonard and Sir. Walsh winning first prizes and Mrs. C. Walsh and Mr. Bcdard, second. 4 An especially important mooting of the Women's Missionary society of Westminster church will he held is the Most Advantageous Time to arrange for Your Verandah and Porch Rugs, Mats, Awnings, Etc. HAVE YOU EVER stopped to consider wlml mi immense improvement it would IK: to your house, both from a similar? mid comloi'luljlc appearance, point of view, to liiive your verandah furnished with appropriate mats and the eost is but a trifling mailer when the amount nf real satist'aetion and comfort are Considered. Just imagine, n nice wide verandah, covered with one. of Special Cocoa Fibre Verandah Mnls, screened oil' willi Striped Awning Cloth, and tiie steps covered with- Cocoa have the ideal summer-lime home...It costs but little to have Head (in-- your vcnmriah fitted up if you buy Iwiv. Verandah Rugs MiuU> irom natural hard twitited Fibre, with green or red borders and MHITO! at bottl ondn. The sizes anc! prleea arts: Sine 45 x 72.. Siiic 54 x 90 Sixo 03 x 108.............fi-i.50 Jap. Matting Onti yard wido, in plain white; also white or cream grounds with conventional in green and Persian colorings. Cocoa Matting uxtra luinl twisted kind will withstand iiml i and frtitth H mer days. i A yds. and iilways have that cool iraime, so restful fn the hot sum- Splendid values at per yard 15c to :J5f per yurd wide, per yurd' Jap. Mats Aludu vii) In an extra hard imUtiiitf ami In vyrv i MedulUoii dcHlKUH. SlXO -7 X IHi x cjidi 85c quality Persian 80c, 35c. 30u, And Make Your Verandah Curtains From Our Special Awning Cloth voltrinu iiuality; yarn dyed ami warrant- from extra long staple cotton in ed doHlrablo color jnchcti Por' 3Dc The Hudson's the homo' of Mrs. W. 1'. at Thinks Canada Will Keep Up the Pace Edmonton, Alta.T April there uro. somo home who do not think Canada can keep up with the J. Alcxan-1 wonderful development of the last der tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. Tibort ,ow years sait! Uldmrrt will read a ami officers will he elected for the.ensuing year. It J> I oi Blackburn, Eng., in Eiliiiou- is earnestly tho attend- ance .will bo large'. The Junior- Guild of St. Mary's church are sparing no effort to mtiko their conversazione tomorrow aftor- noon and evening a BUCCOHH. Artor- ntXHi'- tea-will be served from three to five and the affair will he held in the parish, hall. "I must say that it is my firm belief that tlio Dominion will ci.n tluue to progress and prosper. I have looked over .the situation carefully LEADERS SPOKE AND THERE WAS MUCH CHEERING ON BOTH SIDES Ottawa, April closure tie- hate occupied the house until mid- night tonight with a greater" num- ber of really brilliant s'liccuhus than have been heard in any day this se9- sion. The men ivlio spoke on both .sides were full of light and arousal from coast_ to coast and, judging their [oilowers. The two party from jwh'at I have seen, it is not pos-'ers came first succeeded in siblo'for the country to retrograde., turn by Cjuthrte, Hon. T. W. It must go forward. What'la more, I White, Hon. George P, Graham, Hon. the 'coast and prairie provinces going forward. There, is more ArtTIBTIC SIMPLICri v A truly picturesque tolletto. Judging from the following splen- did list of musical seleotions, which will be rendered by the Needs-GnK- kcll orchestra at the Eastern Stay danco tomorrow night in the'S. p? I'j: those favored with invita- tions should spend a particularly erie joyahic evening. liere is the program: WalUos. Mr, WEWLYWED "Hello 1 b tbfi newkhidofsaU'wea doesn't Mru. The grocer tcld rue about naid it was the only kind cuitoiners would Mr, NEWLVWED "Weil, if lie such good salt, 1 gueea evcryUiiug clsa in his store must be g owl, so I would do all iny trading there, if I were Mri, NEWLVWEfi mW-'a intend to." It volopmEnt and settlement thnn ever before." I Mr, Thornlison, who is accompan- 'ied by his son and daughter, C. H. Pearce, of Blackpool, and R. R. Muraford and Mrs. Mumford, of Lon- don, represents one of tlio largest I cotton manufacturing houacs in the British .Isles. He ond his party arR returning to Hew York, whence they will sail for home 10." "Probably the chief reason lor this at home about the future of Canada ;is the lade of knowledge about the Mr. Thompson added. "I am sure that if the ear- nest and ambitious young man of the I old country, could be made to realize the opportunities offered by Canada, I more especially the western provinc- es, the immigration officials would find their records multiplied many times. The majority have no adequate conception of 'Canada. There is a big work to be done in the old coun- try possible ih; the way of a cam- paign of education to show the re- sources' and advantages of the prov- inces as they really are. The truth ia good enough and that will be ac- cepted: V Mr MumtordVwlip will remain in Canada for some time, was equally enthusiastic over what he has sscn on the transcontinental tour, saying that progress ,'M the most stibstan-' tial kind was .noted on all sides. He i was especially-.intprested in tho de-i velopment of central Alberta and tliej settlement of the vast hinterland, j where thousands of farmers from tho British Isles atid the United States i are taking up'' homesteads. He ex-] pressed surprise at the large number j of Englishmen .he had met in the western provinces, saying quickly, that they are doing better here than iii the old country. "Mixed farming, including the rais- ing of particularly dairy he added, "will largely in- crease the revenue in the rural dis- tricts, besides plating- the western province's-in. the'position of exporters rather than importers. I am .inform- ed that millions of dollars are being sent outside for dairy and poultry produces. This money should be kept at home, arid will be as soon as the farmers realize there aro more pro- fitable ,crops than the growing of wheat asi other cereals" ou a bon- anza scale. "this wus undertaken to be--' come acquainted with the situa- tion in.Canada and.to learn at first hand tile opportunities for Invest- ments. 1 am pleased to say that we found things generally in a more sat- isfactory condition than we expected. is assured. Theie is not the.le'ast'question about it in my mind. It is a young man's and any man who is willing to .work should arc T. W. Crothers, F. n. Cnrvcll and de- {Arthur Moighcii. Mr. iUeigfrcn made a notable contribution to the debate and was cheered by the government henches. It is expected that the division will come tomorrow though the vote may not come until late at night. WILL KEEP ALIENS FROM OWN- ING LAND ED AIM- JAPS Saurameiito, April telegrams between president Wil- son and Governor Johnson, the set- tled policy of the California i-sti'iibion nn alien land ownership as agreed upon hist Sunday was offici- ally made known. Governor Johnson, and his partr leaders in tlie senate favor u bill ex- cluding from land ownership in th'p state all aliens iiteligible to citizen- ship under the laws of ony atate. Siwh a law. probably will he passed in spite of the objection from Wash- ington tpttigtit, it was said tonight. GOOD FOfl CLARE8HOLM Olarasholin, April final tally of tho figures In tho ridlntf makes Air. Moffatt'e majority 158. Ho polled -19.1, McMillan aas'vo'tw. AT 60 ENJOYING PERFECT HEALTH Omse He Takes GIN FILLS A prominent Consulting Engineer of New Yorl: Cily, tb.ua heartily endorsee GIN PILLS: agBroadvvayi New York. "I bought some of your GIN PILLS' at Victoria, Tl. C., Inat September, Your remedy I find, at 60 years of age, to giver Erfect relief from the Kidney ami adder Troubles incident to one of my to friends as being the thing that me good." E, G. By the time a mail or worann is the ICidneya find Bladder need' a help to kesp in good working order. GIN PILLS are what they need, GIN" PiLLS keep (he uriue neutral, prevent f colds settliiig'ou the kidtieys or bladder, and ward otf Rheumatic attacks. 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