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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friflay. April 25,1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 11 I � CAN SHE DRESS ON $t,000 A YEAR lis Dioture bf Mrs. Wllsan, wife hi the American Pj?^^?"*'^,f,^ a f�w daya aao and, shows, her w^^^^^ a striking gown of white satin. Life is a leaf of paper white Whereon each one of us may write His word or two, and thea comes night. Greatly begin! Though thou have time But for a line, be that sublime-Not failure, but low aim is crime. -James Rucsell Lowell. � % � Miss L, Balfour, of Anaheim, Cnll- fornln, is spending the summer with Mrs. R. U. Itylanda.  *  Mr. Roy Coiiibear left last night for Brook.s, whore he will join the C, P. It. survey party. � *  Dr. L. G. DeVeber returns to Ottawa tomorrow, after spending a short time at his home here, and with his aon, Leverett, of the Bank of Montreal, at Nelson. � * � Mrs. W. D. Whitney and Miss, Wll-helmina Whitney went to Calgary yesterday, where iMisa- Whitney will resume her studies at St. Hilda's College. J.'i'S. Whiiney returned last evening. Mrs. Frank A. Stoltze has returned from a delightful holiday spent in Chicago, Milwaukee and Madison, at which latter place her son and daughter are attending university. Scores of old friends called during the late hours of yesterday afternoon, when Mrs. E. N. Higinhotham was formally at home for the first time this season. Ferns and potted palms and clusters of pinli and white carnar tions and mai-guerltes were effectively bright and pretty. ;i Mrs. C. B. Bowman presided at the tea table, the dainties 'being served by Miss Freeman, while Malsie Bowman made a deai little door attend-aiit,  ' � , ' ' of Interest to women MEANING OF FRIENDSHIP � V Do we not aPPly the term, "Iriend" too lightly and frequently ? and,&re introduced to-one and straightway "Iriehds." My legs, ar^ cramped-, and I'm rather I darff not move, and I can't sit still; So sleep, sleep, . Sleep, little foot, sleep on ! or .more persons, speak' of , -..... Wa cheapen the term by such a use Ow tsnifr:,'can testfciendship atid TlWTQngh'; and tumble. ot .daily life, the �|ib'" aUd'.flow of. �!ortyHe,;.the be-wilderjng--chapigcs of hiiman^ifo supply the iiBstsr'whichrdeqlaKPsjtlie char:^ The looseJat^tachraentfi;" tte mere surface, aftntties,Hho friendfllnp. founded on some sordid consider^ti.onwof advantage, all perish. Thay have no inherent, power,of perslBtenoo despite every' adverse circumstance., c It isiOupiouB and.not un-instruotiye-tp-look' back- over- the years and rgoall'how-many at:>diifer-ent periods we have thought and called friwidB. ,'...... . � V . They have passed out^of Ufe aad: we have no reariense" 3f loss. Thejj friends whyse Joy'e "makes :all t ferenoe in life, lends color and meanr,' Ing, aim and pUrppse,' a'r6 those who; remain with U8> in g�od or il^, > Deems -TayloSj writing in the Century,;, gives, expression in .poetic form to an, experience few of us have not passed through; thus :- At the Theatre-A Lullaby Sleep, little foot; beneath my chair. Father .will guard i thee; with loving ca�e, v----^'- - ^-The bftdk'blrthe seat in front of me, Is closer, .much, than it ought to be, Sleep, little foot, Whate'er betido ; Mother is close at: thy starboard side., , , - > . By and by, when they've solved the plot, .; � Mother will rise,-but Papa wiU not, He'll rub and stamp, while the air turns blue ; . But, a, trifle like that won't bother . you- , , V 1,^ " YSu'Il sleep, sleep, Sleep, tittle foot, �(lt)ep''oii"i  The at home and dance glveni la�t evening In the S. 0. E. hall, under the auspices of Maple Leaf Chapter, No. 7, of the Order of the Eastern Star, was a most enjoyable affair. The hall was tastefully decorated with bunt-ipg, while the stage 'was bduntlfully, adorned dwith palms and ferns: ^Thffr-affair proved delightful to-Yso(jne' eighty guests, who danced tb',;eid�I lent music discoursed by Gasktiil's orchestra, who were most jvgenepeiia; in responding to encores.; Cards ^erg also In order, and were indulged'fli by a few non-dancerp. ,A TIN PEARS........ 1 2tt> TIN PLUM .......... 1 214 t6 TIN PINEAPPLE . Ztba 6REAMERY BUTTER 1 DOZ. NEW LAID EGGS .. 2 PktS. J^LLY POWDER ... 1 FOR FOR 2 TINS TOMATOES .........1 FOR 2 TINS PEAS ................. ' 2 TINS CORN ............� CI QQ 2 TINS BEANS ..............J *** � Itb CEYLON TEA 7tb8 B. C. SUGAR 2 Tins MILK ...... , r FOR $1.00 Tci^^^om prices with^ the >other ^ iellof\v^Si subtract one fmmvthe^ ^fefaeifi then the difference is yoursiKi PRUNeiS-3 lbs. ' WHITE ,STA1 sacic for 9Go.; also OaudweU's Molasses Meal for horses and cattle at 14.00 per 1001b sack, or 6c. per ft ia smaller quantities. ^^^^ w E. J. Tickiifer, Prop. - - ISffi Phone 304 PRATT-^COCKS ,, On Tlpesday.;evening at eight-thirty, ,;the homfe^of'MK:4,lbert O. Cocks, of �Hftrdjeyille,.wap: the scene or a^pretty "�wedding; wbenr'hl^j^ah'ushter, Florence Efdjith;'. -iji-as '�^n^^d^^ii matrimony to sir. Erederlok CS^Wjps'Pratt, engineer a;�-|S[o.':|,.:Wtine.,v;g4MJjride and;groom ,W6^e^fij^^^Jte|de|^;||^ .being :parfa)ime'd'\^y|iRe*5S5r;- P'. Perry, in the^preaeittce k^of" a .;num'b8r of friends a.iid-.AreMivelB'fofe^^^ part- y i.i|ttB''co^olusiott/ol''th6 ceremony a BuniRtuous 'buffet- supper was serv- Oth�(Br ISpecial Concessions LADIES' IvieVV SPRING SUITS; $26.0Q,ya�(H6 for.............. LAblES' TAILORED SKIRTS $5.60 VSIoeB/for ................ MEN'S. SPRING SUITS $20.00 values for ............. MEN'S SPRING SUITS $15.00 values fbp............... MEN'S..NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, $1.50 values for..................... MEN'S' BLACK CASHMERE SOCKS~Our regular 36c line, at FOUR PAIRS ' FOR ....................... Tea Room Delicacies CUCUMBER SALAD, Bread and . Of%ff^ Butter, and tea or coffee ........CUu COLUM^USEGOS ON TOAST; -SKan Tea or coffee.................. IOC BAKED CyaiTARD, Cai4^olded not to elect officers, but td.^caUv-a special meeting for that pur- .pose�.torv Tuesday afternoon next at four o'clock. .......    , Twenty dollars was the neat sum realized from the conversazione held in tile parish hall yesterday afternoon and evening by the Junior Guild of St. Mary's churohj- Mrs. WashbTOok and Mrs. Saunders superl'tttended the girls In charge, who were the Misses Mooktord, Klrt, Washbrook and Digory. , In the levenlng an informal pro- gramme was rendered, and was thoroughly enjoyed by thoge present. The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Cyprian's Chiirch held a well-attended meeting yesterday afternoon, when the matter of altar furnishings was thoroughly discussed, and it was decided to get ope complete set of hangings, .preferaijly "white. If possible. Reiv, Cftnoii McWUen was present, and expressed the wtsh that only one set be purchaeed at present, and that It be of a pemanent nature. It was decided to await more information. Afternoon tea was served by Mrs. Sbodes and 'Mrs. Wellington, while re. Kellogg ai?d Mrs. Waddlngton will be hqsiesBes at the-May 8th nieet- . �   The picture fund of the Central School was Increased 'by ?125, as a resuft of the concert put on by the chilldren of that school in their auditorium last, eveniiig. The programme was carried out as published }n this paper, a few days ago, and certainly {reflected Ig^eat credit on te^olchers and pupils alike. The drills were carried out with splendid precision, and the choruses showed evidence of superior training, while the order maintained throughout the performance was good.. Mr. W. 3. Ball made an efficient chairman, while Mr. R. P. Wallace presented the Duke of Connaught medal to Francis Perry. Those responsible for the concert are to be congratulated on its immense success. �   The concert arid social, held last evening under the auspices of the Fifth Avenue Baptist Ladies' Aid was a decided success, the place be^ ing filled with an enthusiastic audience. The,soloists were in five form aiid rendered their songs in a- worthy manners, encores being the order of the day. The accompanist played exceedingly well. A fine sum was raised for the church funds. The artists of the evening were Mrs.� Seabloom and Miss AVhittoll, and Mes.srs. Stott, Farrant, Donald and Lamb. The. Missionary 'Auxiliary ojf Westminster church met with-Mrs. , J. Alexander yesterday afternoftn:," The feature' ot the meeting was; the election of offlccrs, which resulted a.s' . follows : '  , ' , President-Mrs. Mcllvena. ... , , Vice-President - Mrs. W. P. .. J;; Alexander. Recording Secretary-Mrs. Tibgr^.,,^ Corresponamg Secretary - Miss V Myrtle Killam, - ..' Treasurer-Mrs. E. Butler. ; ., ,  . The Watch Tower department pro-/ sidents were appointed thus ; China-Mrs. Westcott. , -'Japan-Mrs. Tibert.  Indian-Mrs. Burgman. ' ;\ French and General-Mrs...'J,' Gray.. -' '  . . . .,�"�.' /�: :"^.r'-. Happily Occupied . I t does your- hufiband do,.all, 3? I never see him about*'.' ';y,, "What the time? . "He acts for the movies." ," "But in spare moments?" '  "Then he go&s to see hiniBelf apt. , -^\^'ashington Herald. ' ^' SUFFRAGETTES HOLD THE FORT The /'Monument' at one of the bui-lest corners of Old tondon, t(i' tijei top of, vyhloh the suffrsge^e* cllmhed after locking the Iron^fjpnbe entrance to the placp, On reaching the topthey; pelted.the people below with" syffra-Siette circulars and unfurlecl tHelr long banners, scaring: horses and holdfna' up traffic for hours. Police fln^ll^ got at them with the aid of a locK-" .inilth.,wb'o removed the; look with,'a skeleton key. Three were �rr�fted. ' ;