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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Fridny, April 25,1013 THE LETHBRIDGE OAILY HERALD Paige 11 i edited by "ino" PH0NC3 Offloo 1224 Ret. 1115 Our Special Mfo Is a loaf ol' iMip�r white WhcToon (iiich ono of us may write lUs word or twn, nniX ihv.n coracB nifilit Greatly lii'^in! Though thou have tluio U))\ for lino, bn ihat HuUUmc- Not. fuiliirp, hut low aim l� cHnio. "JainoR UiuHfll bowoli. *  � iMisH I.. H:ilf. (i. DcVtibpr returns to Ottawa tomorrow, after HpondiiiK a shnrt tinin at liin honw. hnm, and with hla Hon, L(!\^'!in resumed until a lato hour. The patroneaes were Mra. (Ur.) I.afferty, Mrs. S, B. Mitchell, MrB. 0. T. Irathrop, Mrs. A. A, Smith and Mra. C' Moth. Mtb. Lafferty was wonrinK n pretty cactuniG of tan embroidered voile, with touchoB of hiack velvet. Alrfl. Mitchell wore pale bine eliiffon veiling Bilk of the same shade. Mrs. O. T. J/atJirop iiad donned a chic toilette of pink-toned orgaudlc, with pink velvet acceBsoriea. uMrs. A. A, Smith wore reseda green silk, with quantitleB of lovely lane. MrH. G. Moth was wearing umnyt.liKt satin, with bail trimmintf. arcels Have Made decided I t are Many Orders Have Been Received Today an Prepared for as Many More Tomorrow Your Choice of Any of These Four Parcels for $1.00 CAN SHE DRESS ON $t,000 A YEAR i� picture of MfR. Wilson, wife of the American President, was taken R few days ago and sIiow6 her wearing a striking gown of white satin. MEANING OF FRIENDSHIP � Do wo not apply the term "friend" too lightly and frnqucutly ? We meet and are introduced to one r)r more persons, and straightway speak of them as "friends." Wo cheapen the term by such a use of U\ ' Only time can test friendship and approve it, Tli� rough and tumble of daily life, the e^b' aUd flow of fortune, thft ho-wihierjug cfaangcs of human life supply ilie trsts-which declare the character and worth of our friendships. The loose atfracbments, the mere surface a^nities, the friendfihlp founded on some sordid consideration of advantage, all periRh. Th�y have no inherent power of porslBtenco despite every adverse cir-r thore bo of sorrow I'll put off till tomonw; ^ And when tomorrow oomes, why then 'Twill bo today and joy again. -John Kendrlck Bangs. Are you good at figures?'* Total o\ir prices wi ith e orner ow s, su btract one rrom th e other, then the difference is yours OHESAE-p�r It) , 'corn" ens per pk�r KAINKUE DATW -8 � for 25c $1.00 25c 20c 20c 25c 25 c oir!*r*^'..":.ioc EVAPORATED PEACHES- 2 It) for OCm only........... COO EVAPORATED ORa APRICOTS, 2 Ybt 09W We stock Dr. RusVs Chick Food, 24lt> sack for 90c.; also Caudweirs Molasses Meal for horses and cattle at 14.00 per lOOtb sack, or 5c. per tb in smaller quantities. PRUNBS-S (be. for........... BLUE RIBfiON TEA-3 tb ... WHITE STAR JAM-assorted flavors-fitt) tin OC^h for ..............000 WAGSTAFF'S MAR- 711^ MALADE-5Ib tin I UO RAISINS-8 pHgs. for............ TOMATOES (canned)^ i;-^ - ...... B -per can ........ TOMATO CATSUP- 2 cans for ....... fc^^i Many indeed were the viaitora who attended Mrs. M. J. Gibson's postnuptial reception yesterday afternoon. The tlrawlng room was attractive with crimson and white carnations and shaded candles. The hostess looked exceedingly well in her wedding robe of durhess satin en traine, with lace and swans-down ftcces.sorie8. Mrs. C. F. Smith invited to the dining-room, and was wearing a pretty toilette of pale blue chiffon over 5llk with lace elaboration and milun hat with Alice (blue plume. The tea table was prettily centred with crimson and white carnations, reflected in a mirror, while over all unshaded candles sent their soft glow, Mrs. A. G. Cameron and Mrs. Henry Galvln divided the honora of pouring tea and coffee. Mrs. Cameron wore dovo grey voile with black satin trimmings, ,^nd white luit with plume, 'while Mrs. Galvln wore peacock blue satin elaborated with iheavy lace and pIctiiTo plumed hat in black and bronze tones. The vlanda were passed by Mrs. J. A. Mackay, In pineapple �Iik eoli-enne and large black hat adorned with flowcre, and Miss Hawkey, in beaded tunic over pale blue silk and black chapeau bearing a while plume. Iiittle Cora Carlson, froeked in white, admitted the many guests, �  * PRATT-cocks On Tuesday evening at eight-thirty, the home of Mr. Albert 0. Cocks, of Httrdleyiile, was the scene of apretty wedding, when bls/^EJughter, Florence Edith, was Joined .In matrimony to Mr. Frederick Charles Pratt, engineer J at No. 6 Aline. Both' bride and groom were unattended, the ceremony^ being performed 'by' Revi^^-"p. Perry, in the presence of a number of friends and relatives of the contracting parties. _ , / . At the conclusion of the ceremony a sumptuous buffet supper was served. . 1 2tb tin strawberries 1 2rb tin peaches ..... 1 2Tb tin pears........ 1 ait� tin plum .......... 1 2/2 tb tin pineapple . 2tt)B Creamery buiter 1 002. new laid eggs . . 2 pkts. jelly powder FOR $1.00 � i 1 FOR t 4 $1.00 2 TINS 2 TINS 2 TINS 2 TINS TOMATOES PEAS ...... CORN ... . BEANS ____ for $1.00 Itb CEYLON TEA 7tba B. C. SUGAR 2 Tins MILK ...... 1 > PGR $1.00 Other Special Concessions ladies' new spring suits; f � Value^for LADIES' TAILORED 8KIRT3 $6,50 values for ............. MEN'S SPRING SUITS $20.00 values for ........... MEN'S SPRING SUITS $15.00 values fbr............ $14.95 , S3�49 $15.00 MEN'S NEGLIG values for ..,. shirts, 91.50 MEN's black cashmere SOCKS -Our reg ular 35c line, at four pairs for.......................... $1.00 Tea Room Delicacies CUCUMBER SALAD. Bread and , Qf\^ Butter, and tea or coffee........ CUU COLUMBUS EGGS ON TOAST; Tea or coffee .................. BAKED CUSTARD, Cake and Tea or Coffee ...................L ICE CREAM AND CAKE Today and Tomorrow LADIES' FAST BLACK COTTON HOSE AT PER PAIR .................... LADIES' OUMMER VESTS IN WHITE EGYPTIAN COTTON AT........... LARGE BATH TOWELS AT PER PAIR ......................... JARDINIERES. REGULAR $1.50 FOR ................'............. PRESSED GLASS FRUIT DISHES; CQfk $1.50 Value, per dozen .............. OmU LADIES' TAN CALF PUMPS; $5.50 Values for ..................... $3.85 LADIES' WHITE CANVAS PUMPS CI AO $2.50 Values for '.................. ^8 LADIES' ViCi OXFORDS, $5.50 Values for.................. $3.85 GIRLS' TAN OXFORDS, $1.75 Values for................................ 99c 4 ^ res gramme was rendered, and was thov-oughly enjoyed by those present. r CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Mr%. Redmond ably took the topic at the meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society, of Wesley church yeBterduy. Qwing to the attendance not helng up to the UBual mark, it WD6 decided not to elect offlcere, but to call a special meeting- for that purpose for Tuesday afternoon next at four o'clock. * * � , Twenty dollars was the neat sum realized from the converHazione held In the parish hall yesterday afternoon and evening by the Junior Guild of St. Mary's church. Mrs. Washlrrook and Mrs. Saunders superintended the girls In charge, who were the MisseB MocKford, Klrt. Washbrook and Dlgor/. In tlie evening an Informal pro- The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Cyprian's Church held a well-attended meeting yesterday afternoon, when the matter of altar furnishings was thoroughly discussed, and it was decided to get one complete set of luing-IngB, preferably 'white, If possible. Rev. Canon McMilleu was present, and expressed the wish that only one set be purchased at present, and that It be of a permanent nature. It was decided to await more Information. Afternoon tea was served by Mrs. Rhodes and Mrs. Wellington, while Mrs. Kellogg and Mrs. Waddlngton will be hOBtessea at the May 8th meeting, � *   The picture fund of the Central School was Increased 'by $125, as a result of the concert put on by the clhldren of that achooJ in their auditorium laat evening. The programme was carded out as published in this paper a few daya ago, and certainly ft-efleoted g^eat credit on telilchers ;ina pupils aliUo. The drills woro curried out, with Bpleudid precision, and the choruses showod evidouco of superior traiiiliig, while the order maintained throuphout the perfovnuince was good-Mr. W. S. Hall made an efficient chaiimiiu, while Mr. R. P. WalUu-o presented the Diikt' of nirdal to Krancis l^u*ry. Those resijonslblp for are to be roUKratuUited menso huccl's.h, * *  Connauglit tho concort on its hu- P. J. The concert and sotial, JicUl last evening under the auspices of the Fifth Avenue liaptist Ladies* Aid was a decided success, the place he-ing filled witli an enthusiastic audience. The soloists were in five form and rendered their songs in a worthy manners, encores being the order of the day. The accompanist played exceedingly well. A fine supi was rai.sed for the church fund.s. The artists of the cVRning were Mrs. Seabloom and ^Miss Whittnll, and^. Stolt, Farrant, Donald and Lamb. Tl\o Missionary Auxiliary of Wesi-minster church met with Mrs. W. I'. Alexander yesterday afternoou. y'i\e feature of the meeting was the election of olliccrs, which resulted as follows : President-Mrs. Mcllvena. . \'icc-}'rcHidpnt - .Mrs. \V. Alexander. Kecorriing Sorreiary--MrB. Tiber!,. Corresponding Secretary - Miss -Myrtle Killam Treasurer-Mrs. K. Butler. The Watch Tower department presidents were appointed thus ; China-Mr.s. VVestcott. Japan-Mrs. Tibert-Indian-Mrs. Hurgman. French and General--AIrs. J. Grav. Happily Occupied "What does your husband do all tho time? I never see him about." "He acts for the movies." "But In spare moments?" "Then he gots to see himself act." -Washington Herald. Westminster Store E. J. Tickuer, Prop. - - VMh St. North Phone 364 SUFFRAGETTES HOLD THE FORT The "Mpnumenf at one of the bus. lest corneps of Old Londopr to the top of which the suffragette* climbed after locking the Iron fpnco entrance to tho place. On reaching the top they pelted the people below with suffra-2>ette circulars and unfurled their lono bannert, Bcstr}ng horBta and hoimng up traffic for houra. Police finally got at them wUh the aid of a locK* imith who removed the lock with a skeleton key. Three were arretted. 4- h Lb ;