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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, April THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD Page 11 CAN SHE DRESS ON A YEAR la picture of Mrs. Wilson, wife of the American President, waa taken i few days ago and shows her wearltiQ a striking gown of white satin. OF INTERE8T TO WOMEN MEANING OF FRIENDSHIP Do wo not apply the term "Iririul" too lightly and frequently AVu rnceb anil are introduced to one or nioro persons, and straightway sjiea'K oi thorn as "Irieiids." Wn ohonlicii tho term hy such a use oi SS Only tiling .''Una tost triendshlp awl approve it." tqush and tumble. of daily life, the oBli' How. oi fortune, tlic lio- changes of human life sup- ply Hie tests- the char- acto anil worth of but friendships. The loose attachments, the mere sur- face tho friendship, bunded on jjome aonlid. consideration qt ad- vantage, all perish. They have no inherent power of persistence despite p.very adverse cir- cumstance. Ifc is curious and notun- iostruotiva to look back over the yearn and recall how many at rtiller- ent porioits wo havo thought anil call- ed They have passed out of lifo and. wo have no reafsense of loss. The (tiouds vrhqse love makes all tho dif- ference in life, lends color and mean- ing, aim and are those who My loss artf cramped, and I'm rather ill, darff not move, and I can't .sit still; So sleep, sleep, Sleep, little loot, sleep on Sleep, little foot, irliato'tr hctiiic Mother is close at thy starboard sMe. By and by, when they've solved the plot, Mother will hut Papa will not, He'll rub and stamp, while the air turns blue But a. trifle like that won't tiothcr You'll sleep, Sleep, little foot, sleep 'oirl Deems writing in the Cen- gives, expression in .poetic form to an experience few of us have not passed through, thus At the A Lullaby Sleep, IHtle foot; beneath nir chair, Father, will guard thee with loving The the seat in front of ma, Is much, than it ought to be, Wales, April for women -Rip'-'i the :wordi painted on a bomb found this morn lug by a patrolman on' the doorste of Lloyds'- bank-in this city. The fusi when discovered, arid was plucldlj seized and extinguished by a police- man, f -y Good Philosophy Wha.ie'er >thore .be of sorrow I'll put off till; tomorrow; fc And when tomorrow, comes', why thei 'Twill-be today anjl joy again. KendTick; Bangs. "Hello! Are you good at Total our prices with the other fellow's, subtract one from the other, then the difference is yours It- only fiUC CREAM QF WHEAT per pkgr KR1NKLE 20c only EVAPORATED Ib AM oily IUC EVAPORATED 2 Ib for only EVAPORATED APRICOTS, 2 Ibs. Ibs. ULUE RIBBON I TEAr-3 ft WHITE STAR JAM--aBs6rt- ed 5Jb tin" for WAUSTAFF'S MAR- tia I1 pkga. for........I..-. TOMATOES can TOMATO 2 cans for....... We stock Dr. Kusk's Chick Food, 24ft sack for 90c.; also Oaudwell's Molasses Meal for horses and cattle at per lOOlb sack, or 5c. per tb in smaller quantities. Westminster Store E. J. Tickuer, Prop. Phone H 13th St. North EDITED BY "1NO" PHONE3 Offlco 1224 Res. 11 IB ,lfo, is si loaf of IMIW white 'fton ouc ut us may write Us word or two. and then comes Jremly thou have1 tut for ji HIM.-, ihut su'jlimo S'ot failure, hut. aim is JtlllU'S liOV-'Gll. Mlrin I., li-ilfour, of Anahulm. ornhi. hi siicndhiii. thu utimmKr with Ira. 10. II. Kykinds. Mr. Hoy hist nifiht for irookK, ho will join l.hc C. t. survuy narty. L, 0, HcVi'hcr returna tu Otta- va tomoTi-ow, ufier Hindiiilnn short O at Jiiji Jinro, ami witli his sou, I.cviirett, ot the Bank of Moutro- d, at Xelh-on. Mrs. W. and Wll- lmlnu Wliitnoy to ('alRury you- where Mlsit Whitney 'will rc- H; hrr Rtiirtics at St. Hilda's Col- u. .Vi'S. Wluuiey j-eturnetl last .Mrs. J'V.'irtk A. Stolifcf .lias re turned from u dcllKlitful hDlidiiy spent in Chicago, Mfhviiuitoti and Afadison, at which latter jilacc hor son and tor arc univwsity. Scores cf old frlciulB called during thy lute hours of yo; tin-day afternoon, n-hon Mrs. 10. NT. ilisinhothfun was formally for the flrnt. tlmti tills Kcasoii. Fcrna and potted palnn clusters of and whlto carna- tions and marguerites cffctitive- !y bright and jit'tstty, Mrs. C. 11. 1 jo w man presided at ii tiin dainties 'belog nerved liy Miss Fi'ftCinun, while Maisle How- nan made a dc-ai; little door attcnd- ant. Tho at homo ami dance given last evening In the 3. O. 10. hull, under the fiicfts of Msiilq Leaf OJmpter, No. of tho Order of the Eustorn Star, was :i moat enjoyable affair. Tho hall wan tiiBtefiiily ducoiated with hunt while the stage 'waa Bountifully adorned dwith palms and fcnia The affair proved delightful to sonic eighty yiiesls, who danced to leist music discoursed hy GaskoU'a orchoslra, who were most generous In respondiny to encores.1 Cnrda were also In ordftr, and were indulged III hv a few non-dancevg. A choice HUP- itr nitini was served at tin; midnight lour, after which dauelus was resum- ed until a lato hour. The jiatrouescB -wore Mra. (Dr.) .utftn-ty, Mra. S. ii. Mitehftll, Mrs. 0. 3Irs. A. A. Smith and .Mra, G.' Moth. .Mra. JLafforty wearing a fostumu tan euibroidni'ed voile, with touches of hlack vetvt't. Mra. Mitchell woro pale Mm; dilffon tUhiy silk of the eamu uhartc. Mra. 0- T. Uithrop hud donntM a chic toilette of pink-toned organdie, with velvet accebsovlua. Mrs. A. A. Smith wore rusydu silJc, with quantities or jovoiy Mffi. 0. Moth "us wearins t'-wy'. satin, with ball tHmmlrig. Many indeed were the visitors who .ttended MTH. M. J. Gibson's IJOBI- reception yestoniiiy afternoon. The drawing room tu tractive with crlniboii and white carnations and shaded candles. The lioflteBs looked oxcocdingly well in her wedding rohe of durhesB satin, en trains, with laco and swans- doivn necessaries. Mrs. 0. F. Smith invited to tht dininfj-room, and was wetiriiig a pret- ty toilette of pale blue chiffon ovei silk with lacn elaboration and mi Ian hut with Alice 'bluu jilume. The tea tahle WUH prtjttily couti-cd with crimson and cumationa rellected in a mirror, white over all uiiBhadcd candles Bent their soft glow Mrs. A. G. Cameron and Mra; Henrj Galvin divided tho honors of pouring tea and coffee. Sirs. Cameron wore tlovo grey voile with black satin trimmings, -uul white hat with phimo, 'while Mrs, wore peacock blue sulin elaboratec with heavy lace and picture) plumed hat in hlack and bronze tones. The viands were paanod hy Mrs J. A. Mackay, in pineapple t-Jlk coj oinio largo black hat adoruei wllli flowers, wnd MiBS Hnwkoy, Ii honded tunic over palo blue silk blitcJc cliapGian bearing white plume Ijlttlfi Cora Carlson, f rocked in while, admitted the many gucata. On Tuesday evening at eight-thirty the home of Mr Albert 0 Cocks o .was tha aoeuo of a'protty veddlng, when, Florence Tdith, ivas Joined in jnitrinion> to At. FTedarlck Chnrlon Pratt, engli at No. B. Aline. -Both'bride and groom voro thh .ceremony, belnt, norfinmed by P Pony in the presence of .a n.uTObor of friend and relattvoB of the cpniracting irnrl CH. At tUo concluslOE ot tho ceiemony a siimptuouB Hipper was aerv- SUFFRAGETTES HOLD THE FORT The "Monument1 at one of the bus lest earners of Old London, tp the top of which ths suffragettes climbcc after locking the Iron fence entrance to the piaoc. On reaching the tcp they pelted the people below with suffra gette circulars and unfurled their long banners, scaring horses and hofdfnt up traffic for hours. Police finally got at them with the aid of a fOCK- who removed the lock with a skeleton key. Three were arrested. Have Many Orders Have Been Received Today and We are Prepared for as Many More Tomorrow Your Choice of Any of These Four Parcels for 1 Stb TIN STRAWBERRIES 1 2rb TIN PEACHES 'i 2io TIN FEARS......... 1 srb TIN PLUM 1 It) TIN PINEAPPLE CREAMERY BUTTER 1 OOZ. NEW LAID EGOS 2 PKTS. JELLY POWCER 2 TINS TOMATOES TINS PEAS 2 TINS CORN 2 TINS BEANS lib CEYLON TEA 7lbs B. C. SUGAR 2 Tins MILK ......1 r "-i ri Other Special Concessions LADIES' NEW SPRING SUITS; g> a mfc Value, fr.............. LADIES' 'TAILORED SKIRTS fl J5 ValoeB Jor SJvSo Vw MEN'S. SPRING SUITS values for MEN'S SPRING SUITS values for......... MEN'S. NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, values for For Today and Tomorrow LADIES' FAST BLACK COTTON HOSE AT PER PAIR LADIES' CUMMER VESTS IN WHITE EGYPTIAN COTTON AT MEN'S BLACK CASHMERE reg- ular 35c line, at FOUR PAIRS nft FOR B Tea Room Delicacies CUCUMBER SALAD, Bread and Buttftr, and tea or coffee COLUMBUS EGQS ON TOAST; Tea or coffee BAKED CUSTARD, Cake and Tea or Coffee ...................I ICE CREAM AND CAKE LARGE BATH TOWELS AT PER PAIR JARDINIERES, REGULAR FOR....................... PRESSED GLASS FRUIT DISHES; Value, per dozen 4 -J p 24c SSc LADIES' TAN CALF PUMPS; Values for LADIES' WHITE CANVAS PUMPS y Values for LADIES' VIC! OXFORDS, Values for................... GIRLS' TAN OXFORDS, Values for 99c CLUBS AND SOCIETIES iu 'Redmond ably took the topic it the meeting of the Woman's Mis- sionary Society, ot Wesley church yesterday. Caving to the attendance not up to the usual mark, U was .decided not to elect officers, but csH-a special meeting for that pur- Tuesday afternoon? next at four o'clock. Twenty dollars waa tlio neat sum realized from the conversazione held in the parish hail yesterday afternoon and evening by the Junior Guild of St. Mary.'s church. Mrs. "Wnshhrook and Mrs. Saimclers superintended the girls in charge, who were the Misses Mockford, Klrt, Waehbrook and Digory. In the evening an Informal pro- gramme was rendered, and wan thor- oughly enjoyed hy those present. -c The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Cyp- rian's Church hold a well-attended meeting yesterday aUevnoon, when tlio matter of altar furnishings thoroughly discussed, and It -was de- cided to get oiie complete set oC hunt- ings, preferably 'white, If possible. Rev, Canon McMUleu waa present, and expressed the wish that only one set he purchased at present, and that it he of a permanent nature. It was decided to await more Information. Afternoon tea was served by Mra. Rhodes and 'Mrs. Wellington, while Mrs. KellOfi-g and JVIrs. Waddlngton will be hostesses at the-May 8th meet- ing, The picture fund of the Centra] School waa increased toy aa a result of the concert put on by the children, of that school in their audi- torium last, evening. The programme waa carried out as published in this paper a few days ago, and certainly feflected Efceat credit on teiMcbera and pupils alike. Tho drills wero cuv- rlfcd out with Hiileudid precision, ami tho choruses showed evidence of sup- erior training, while tho order main- tained throughout the nerfornwno.e good., Mr. W. S. Bail made efficient chairman, while Mr. li. P. Wallace presented the Duke of Connaught mrdal to Francis Perry. Those responsible for the concert are to he congratulated on Us Im- mense ijuccess. a The concert and social, held last evening under the auspices of the Fifth Avenuo Baptist Ladies' Aid was a decisieti success, the place he- ing filled with an enthusiastic audi- ence. The soloists were in five form and rendered their songs in a worthy manners, encores hsing the order of the day- The accompanist played exceedingly well. A fine sum was raised ior tho church funds. The artists of the evening were Mrs.- Seabloom and JLiss anel Messrs. Stott, Farrant, Donald and Lamb. Tha Missionary Auxiliary of West- minster church met with Mra. ,1. Alexander yeHtorday afternoon. feature of the meeting was tlm election of officers, which resulted as follows Mcllvcna. Vice-President Mrs. W. P- .1-, Alexander. Hccordins Corresponding Secretary Miss Myrtle Killam E. HutJer. The Watch Tower department pre- sidents were appointed thus Westcott. Tiberfc. Burgman. French and J> 'i- Gray. Happily Occupied L does your- husband do all. the time? I never see him about." "He acts for the movtes." "But in spare "Then he goes to see himself act." Herald. Dispels m< Onadow, tkat once mini ewer WasU a bar at your Grocer's, ;