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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. APRIL 25. CHE LRTilURlDGE DAILY IIKRALD PAGt: ELEVEN MILADI HIGH HEART (Uy AliiU! Kilnior) Th(^ Boii Hull I watch from my wiiulow i Ik Ri-ay iinr.l wliitn; I sco it losK in' ilurkncKn All tlin iiiKlit. jVIv soul Kwoops down to hoitow As Itui sea-gullH rtip, Anil nil my love flics nl'lor Your lonely Bliip. 'Yet. 1 imi not doHpairinK, i'� TlioiigU wi! mu.'sl, part,, Js'ntliinK i'an bo too hittor : For my liiKli liuUrt; I All in (lie dreary midnight. WatctliliiR llu! riyinK foam, J wait, for a goldoii morniiiK WliL'n you conK) home. -Good Ifou.solvcoplufc.  * *  : : > � > > : > � > ? PERSONAL : > : Klhpl .Mrd lia.' city this afternoon and are guests of Mrs. C. V. I'. Cony-beare. fiivorview. Mrs. AhiKlair lirander lias been ovcrsmis for considerable llnm doing V. A. I), worli. having been iiursipg in Ijiigland for two and on(^!la!l' years and also in l''ranci,! for a ycai'. A deiHilation was at llic^ station to greet Mrs. BniiHler r(!)irosentiiig the .^ir Alexander (ialt f'hapter and the Ma,,ior .lack Ro.-;s Chajiter I. (). 10.. of whicdi two cliapter.s Mrs. Hrander is a member. chuiiaa,,}ijlH � s1|!>;K" bini.-Hcir k, a sane o'jiU'riiiHt/c" H-Oi'l;ec,, Tbc i:i>ii. V 4 � 4 � HKNOIORSON-KANB The marriage took jilace very (luietly yesterday of .Miss Ade-lliia llendi-rsoii of this city, youngest daughter of .Mr.-). William Henderson, and Mr. .lohn Kane, also of . Leth-liridge. The bride looked nio.^t charming ill a champagne colored silk suit with hat to matcli. .Miss AI. Kano acted as bridesmaid while Mr. Krod Henderson acted as best man. The ceremony wa.s performed in Knox church by Kev. K. V. Uurns. only the inimeJ-iato relatives of the' h/-lde and groom being present. The bride is a native of [jethbrldKe and a most, popular Lethbridge girl, while the lirulegrooni has also lived hero for some time. The numerous friends of the happy pair wish them great success in their new life. Mr. and .Mrs. Ivane will reside in l.,eth- JELLICOE NOW HAS AN HEIR. Lady .Teliicoe, who gave birth to a son and heir on April 8tli. One Can Always Distinguish Custom Made Garments by their splendid fit, to say nothing of the correct design, and the elegant quality of the material. Every garment made in our establishment is correct as to style, and beautiful in form. T. C. Ridpath TAILOR TO MEN AND WOMEN PHONE 730 The Simple "Why" of Pathe Superiority - j-:!^;;::;::^.^!;; SOME articles achieve fame by their intrinsic merit as viewed b.v tlie public. Others by the piifF and blow of Ihcir producers. Tht: Patlie-phone success is as simple as'it is sure. It is clue to its being an improvement upon anythint^f which has come before it or since. Tlio original Pathe' Frcre.'i took the old-time talking macliine and developed it until it i.s now the supreme achievement, Note these improvements : Instead of the old, scratchy, cver-chaiifving -. steel needles-a g-enuiiie polished sapphire hall. Instead of a metal sound chamber- an all-wood one (on the violin principle). Instead of recording in narrow sound waves-a unique Pathe' method with long-broad sound waves, more contact, nidie tone, richer music. Instead of "varnlsiied boxes"-handsome cibincts-in historic period desififiis. Instead of playing' only one or two kinds of records-the Pallic-phone will play all makes of records. ico; .\lrs. ..Skeiih. .'�The Last ,Sii()i)cr." by l,">!ii, till' Cro by Vuln-ri.i. and ��'i'i,i- L(:-;;ciMil I'r'nii llic t'ruH � l;iili"ii. iiiiit .Mrs. Lumiv gavr by iii'iiiliianili ..'�i liiciil iv.'is' a)))(' . I s l)ic-illir,; irul.i ill' I'lili-ugo. and i; jirfa-cd a lo li" able to MC ibem in ; ; : : ' > ; >> ; ST. RY. STRIKE .OFF f)eii-oit. Mich.. .\i)ril 2,^.-The sli'ilic of :',,'ilMi niotoniien and i-oiidiirto/'M of file Deti'fiil Tii-iicd Itailiva.v.'i whirl) lied up siri-c; car seivicr bci'c since (�ally yesterday tnoriiliig was railed off sliinlly beiore noon liicla\ when llii' men vuleil id .��libiiiil their iliL'ei eiires Willi ilie ruiiipan,\' lo teileral iiieilia-I ioii. .Vigil I The : lllO^�I o hi,-;: iiiii I'are ;r ie|i.; i lire .\ri larv. The chairma e- I'.oiiril el' iiridge. .Air. Kane is the niiiiiager of iiie Henderson garage. The bride is a daughter of the late ex-.Mayor Will- ! lam Henderson.V * * * .STIOWA RT-Oti I LVl The marriage took place yesterday afternoon. April :i-l, at o'clock, of .Miss .lean lOvelyn Stewart of this city and F^rivate James l^arwood Ogilvie of lOdmonton, at the homo of the bride. 010 Sth Avenue South. The brWo looked lovely in a dainty gown of Copenhagen blue crepe de cheno brightened with touches of scarlet, and ivus given away by her brother. Sergeant Is. P. Stewart. Rev. W. F. Burns perl'onned llio ceremony and the wedding march was played by ! Mrs. Stewart. Only the immediate ' relatives of the bride were present, ' and also Mrs. ATec Stewart of Suffield, and Mrs. Ilenoon.' a relative of tlie bridegroom. Dainty refreshments were served aftej- the (ieremony and the happy couple took the afternoon train for Kdmonton. The bride's travelling costume was a smart sand-colored travelling coat with hat to match. Mrs. Ogilvie is one of the most I popular girls in Leihbridge,' having j lived here for a long time and having ( a great nuniljer of friends in the cily, ; while Mr. Ogilvie is also very well known here, having resided in the city before going to ICdmonton. l^te. i Ogilvie expects to leave shortly for for overseas with the (Canadian tank battalion. 'I'lie bride is a sister of Brig.-Gen. Steivai't, commanding aii artillery brigade at liic front. * * * The marriage of Rose .M. A. Bird, daughter .of Mr. and .Mrs. A. \V. Bird, to Mr. .loliii .lames McKay of Barons, took place at the home of the bride's, parents at Blrdsholm on Thursday afternoon. Aiirll- 18. by the Rev. K. H. WInfield of Foremosi. The bride was supported by a sister. Miss Mllliyas the recipient 'of many costly anil useful presents. �' After the ceremony' tliij eompnriy repaired to the dining room to a well provided wedding breakfast: Ambifg thai guests sitting down wel'e Capt. and -Mrs. ,1. 0. Bil'd, uncle of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. McGiiire, Leth-bVidge; , jVIr.. and Mrs. Steel, L.eth-bridge; Mr. and .Mrs. Taylor, God-dard; .'\lr. and Mrs. Walker, Mr. and Mi's. Carr. 'Miss Green, Miss Cock-nSn of Lethbridge; Mr. and Mrs. D. Sheets and many others. Mr. and Mrs. .McKay intend to reside in Barons, Alta, * � * * > .SOCIAL EVEIMTS ? The woman's committee who have' had charge of the ladies "Y" classes' and Mr. Bickell are entertaining in the auditorium of the Y. M. C. A. tonight lor the young people, in honor of Mr. George McKilloji and the other' boys who have enlisted. i ... �� I Miss Agnes O'Magen entertained a; number of friend:', at her homo last i night at a most delightful and cnttsr- | taining evening. The guests took; their sewing and also indulged in mus- j ical numbers.   s I ,r. > .> �:. 4> .% a > ei'moi! is c." follows: Sev-ei-al iireifiln-i'S of Ihe ('hiii'"h have been ; disnii bed In ilieir iiitnds latcl.v roii-I I'lM'a'iIhe iniide and the sillijecls of ' Ba|ili,'^ni. a;id in order lo settle liieiii : ill liieir i'ailb the iiastui' '(M'Is it is bi'i i�<� ? 9 : GENERAL �;. * f : : : : : :- : : : ? : ? .Vludanie Chase I asgrain has left Victoria and is on her way to Regina. * r � Mrs. .leiui .Miilili'inv of ihe nominiini ! food control staff, .-ipenl Tuesday in i Calgary, * . c .\liss Koberia .Uai Adiim,-. .^J, L. A,, , is III Winnipeg (Ml her v.- ly east, and on I Monday afternoon addri'sseil llii- Women's Canadian rluli ai the Itoyal .Alexandra holel. ,Miss ,Mar,\/l.iiiis is j (he ;;iies( of '.Miss C. S, Irwin. I'eiii'l Willie's aim in lifi' now is lo m'( "over (here." .She lias otfi'ied an anilnilanre and her service.!;. l)iit, I' liopes to do a war picture tor Ih" voce r/iivieiu. *   Mae .Marsh found enough sirare lime from her Goldwyn duties recently lo iiKike a iiersonal appearance at a pa-ir/otle beijefjt, in Baltimore. A special film was presented, and the star made a siKM'f iid