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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta WedneBday, April 23,1013 THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD Page 11 KDITSD BY *'INO*' PH0NR9 Offlco 1224 ftet. 1115 Now IS the Most Advantageous Time to arrange for Your Verandah and Porch ' DO NOT DESPAIR Do not dftBuair, however dark A^d Irou^bicd Tho watorB are about you; have no fear. , . iB Uin time lo lean with faith rodoublod uriBeeu Foroos, who are RlwayB near. Thai On Our sorrowB ahould be teloecopes, re* veallnK The feautlful and Buro r�Bultfl of prayor; Tho unlverso la charged wHh tender Aak and you fihall receive-do not despair. Do not despair; thou^i mou seem �cold and ciuol; Tliey nro not flo; lovo dwells within each heart, Feed that puro fej)ark, with optlmlatlc fuel, And ace th^ /lame of aympathy up-start. I.oolc on the world-starred llrmawientB above you By Ood'B hand formed; proclaim yourReVf HU heir! Think of those fllara aa tender :�0uls who love you, And win stifltaln your strength. Bo Dot despair. -Ella Wheeler Wilcox. "Waltz ftom Faust", "My Cavalier". "All that I ask la You", "Ni^ht and Day", "Spying Cupid'*, "Come Hack to Erift", . "A Thousaml Kisses", "ri(Hiuty.*s Dream", "Kiss Waltz", "Jusii Like the Rose", and two-steps, "Everybody Two-fitop", *'Stop Youf Tickling, JuoU", "Chicken Charlie", "Fun Bob", "IluUo Summer", "Temptation JlnK", "Ua;-time VtoHn^', "Porcupine lU\g", **I Love a Lassie", "Icycles Uhk". and "Song Dird." There will also be throe selected extras and the Home Sv.eet Homo waltz. Cards will bo provided for those who do not care to dance. Rugs Mats, Awnings Etc. A\TE YGU EVER stopped to considor what an immense ini|)rovcmont it would be. lo your house, bolli (Voiu a sanitary and conifortahlo appearance, point of vie\V, to have your verandah i'urnishod with appropriate the cost is but a trifling mailer wlien llu' mnount mats and awnings of real satisfaction and comfort are 1 considered. Just imagine, a nice wide verandah, covered Verandah Mats, screened oil witli Slri])e(l Awning Cocoa Matting-you have the ideal snmnK�?*-lim(� your verandah fitted up if you buy In re. I\ead on with (�ue of our Special Cocoa Fibre Ciolh. and the stei)s covered with-home...It c ........... bojtb ends. Size 45 X 7 54 X 90 03 X 108 Cocoa Matting Thfi (jxtra hard twisted kind-will withstand wind and rain and Htll! always have that cool and froBh ajipearauce, ao restful In the hot summer days. Jap* Matting CLUBS AtWD SOCIETIES One yard wide, In plain white; also white cream grounds with conventional dcBlgnH, green and Persian colorings. Splendid values nl; per yurd 15c to 35(' or in I yard wide, pci* A'urd . ly.i yds, \vid(\ |>or yard Jap. Mats . 85c $1.00 Afadw up in an extra matting and i)rlnted- in Medallion dcJiiMJiH. Si/o 27 X 54, each A ROMANCE OF RIDEAU HALL since meeting In Canada as part of the suite of the Qovernor General MUs Polly, |ady-ln^valtln9 to the Duchess of Connaught and Captain T. H. Rivers Bulkrey, one of the aides to the Duke, were married recently. The above picture was taken on the grounds of Rideau Hall, last winter and has just been publfshed. her BOILD SEPARATE IS 'rustees Will Do So If the Money Market Permits Of It If money can be raised the Leth-bridge Separate School Board will til s year erect a new eight-roomed school in North Letbbridge. This was the statement made to a Herald representative this morning by one oi the members of the Board. Tlie school will co|t $45,000. -IWr since It was first mooted that llie OaiboUos of the city were con-temi'lathij;; erccthig; their new church iliere have been rumors about the building ot a new school. The present school is neither up-to-date nor large enough to accommodate the 30i) pupils in attendance. During the winter therefore, the board purchased 13 lots in block 157, North Lethbridge.'where the'greater i-'art of the Separate school pppula-tion resides, as a site for the new fidiool. Only recently it was decided to issue bonds for $<15,000 for the orectlou of the school, and provided these are sold this spring the school will be built this summer. The Congregation of St. Patrick's is also waiting anxiously to hear the result ot t!he tenders called for in connection with their new church on 4th Ave. The tenders were to close tomorrow, but the time has been extended to Monday ne^xt. If the church and scliooi are botli bulH this year, it is likely that the congregation will sell the property on which both church-and school now stand, and In thiR case it will also bo necessary to build a Sisters' Homo. Property near the conservatory of music on 11th St.. has also been acquired by the Sibterrt for this purpose, but it is understood uo attjfrapt will be made to build the 1-Iome until next year. Bryan Entertained Ambassadors and Refused to Allow Intoxicants on Table Kov.'^^^T. Walwrfl has resigned the pastorate of flt. Andrew's Presbyterian church, AiQherstburg, and will become an officer of a Detroit corn-iwtny. -* - r ^ _L _ � .__^ J._# ' w *^PT WINDS J aggravate catarrhal colds an d bronchial disorders, and if neglected often lead to pneumonia or consumption. SCOTT'S EMULSION JHomb out colJa an^ corr�sf� bronchial , troubles. It soothes and h�als I the effected membranes. It ^makes healthy flesh, rich blood and etrcngthena weak lungs. Nothing is so good as Scott's Emulsion for 4 stubborn coughs and colds, ' mstsT on sooms. Scott & Bowne, Toronto. OnUrlo 12-75 Washington, D.C.� April 23.-Mem-bera of the diplomatic corps In Washington are contemplating the unpleasant prospect of a drought for the four years of state affaire given Wm. .r. Bryan. Most of the ambassa-dora were initiated Into the aridity of ithe diplomatic dinners on Monday night, when the Secretary of State and Mrs'. Bryan entertained at their hotel, with a dinner in honor of the Right Honorable Jamea Bryce, the retiring British Ambassador, and Mrs. Bryce. Unfermented grape juice and bottled water, but no wipes,, were served. The guests were J. Jusserand and Mme. Jusserand, ot France; Qeorge Bakbemeteff, and Mme. Bakhmeteff, of Russia; Count and Countess Von Bernstorff, of Germany; Viscount and Viscountess Chlnda, of Japan; Mr. Dagamma and Mmo. Dagamma, of Brazil, and others prominent in the diplomutio corps. Wnner was served in the Gabinet suite of the hotel. In alt eighteen persons sat down. The unfermented grape juice and table water wore served as a punich. It was flavored with orange and lemon. The punch was dark red, spar!;-Ung, and It bubbled and fizzled. It was served In large eut glass goblets, and looked like the real thing. As a perfectly harmleaa punch, though, it was said to be deltcjous. Aside from the punch and ice-wa/ber, the dinner was a dry affair. This Is the first time for many years that members of the diplomatic corps have been invited to a formal dinner in Washlnjiloii, where wines have not been served. In the last fifty yearfr there have been secretaries of state who have not drunk Wine, but bo far as Washington can rometmber, no Secretary of State ever refused to defer to 'the cusiom of this and other capltols to the extent of serving up tempeiunoe ddnks at a state dinner. MIXED FARMING TRAIN Calgary, April 22.-To stimulate interest In mixed farming, 'the government's mixed iarming train, whl^h leaves this city In June, will distrl. bute a carload of thoroughbrod young porkeh among the different farming communities. They will be sold at th?< nominal price of about $4.00 per head. Hts Studios *'I am inclined to suspect tlie sobriety of the last student In our class." **Why so?" "When I asked h^m v/hat w?*re his favoTllG studle^ in ornithology, he re^ piled, 'Swallows, bat^ and larks Judge. 11( 1-Io.ste.sse.s tomorrow : Mrs.- (Br.) M. J. Gibson, at post-nuptial reception. Mrs. K. N. Higinbotham, from four to .six, and afterwards on the fourth Thursday. �  * Mrs. William Stafford and .Mrs. Normal B, Peat are visiting in Calgary for a few days. � � � Mr. D. h. Kimball loft this morning on a throe weeks* trip through west^ era Canada, and will visit the coast cities before returning. � � * Mr. Charles Brcmncr, of Ednjpn-ton, who was a week-end visitor with his aunt, Mrs. McKillop, returned home this morning. Mr.?. McCaig and children, of Edmonton, will arrive tonight on a sliort visit with the former's mother, Mrs. McKillop.    Mrs. Stanley Kirkham is entertaining a number of the younger set at a a five hundred on Friday evening, in honor of her sister, Miss Walton, ot Belleville. m * m Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Arnold, ot Brooks, Alta., arrived this morning to be at the bedside of the latter'a father, Mr. G. I.. Vrooman, who is very seriously ill at the Wimpole hospital, � * � Mrs. Clarke, ot Calgary, who came to the city to sec her brother, Mr. Keirby, who is ill M*ith typhoid iov-<"*, has returned home. While here she was a gucat with Mrs. Dowsett. Ml*. Keirby is progressing very favorably. Mrs. F. B. Shaw was hostess of a bright reception yesterday afternoon in courtesy to her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Percy Cowen ShaAv, and her guest, Mrs. James Harding, of St. John, New Brunswick. Mrs. F. n. Mewburn, Mrs. J, 0. Wilson, and Mrs. T. E. Neale assisted the hostess. K W M ' The Fleetwood teachers have organized their tennis club (or the season's play, and they elected Principal 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 exercise will be the result. * �  The Chosen Friends entertained at one of their delightful dances in the S. O. E. halt last evening. One hundred and fifty guests tripped the light fantastic to sweet strains discoursed by QasHelPs orchestra. An inviting menu was served at half time, after which dancing was again in order. Mr. Waddell and Mr. Davidson formed the music committee, while Mrs. Waddell, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Pehrson and Mrs. J. E. Mahoa were in charge of the refreshments. Miss Preston's lirst evening class in domestic science, which has been meeting on Tuesday and Friday evenings, completed its course last evening, and the pupils took the opportunity to show their apprecltion of Miss Preston's untiring efions in their behaU by presenting her with an immense shower of American, Beauty roses. The l\ttle act of cour- j tesy was deeply appreciated by Miss Preston, who graciously thanked the donors. The second ovenlug class, which meets on Mondays and Thursd:)ys will not complete its course until three weeks later. * � It r Judging from the following s^lob-did list of musical selections, which will be rendered by the Nceds-GoB-keli orchestra at the Eastern Star dahce tomorrow night in the S. 0/ i*i. hall, those favored with inVita-tions should spend a particularly enjoyable evening. Here id tMe program : Waltzes, hard wearing qimlity very ofCectlvij Persian ......W{\ 35c. ......5()i% 00c. The members of St. Cyprian's Woman's Auxiliary are reminded of the meeting at ."5.30 tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. Rhodes and Mrs. Wellington will be the hostesses. * �  The Women's Mis.sionary society of W'cstminster church real.zed the splendid sum ot $50 fr