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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Deccnihci* 11,1012 THK LKTIf]ij?RCI)01^ ^^^^^^ HKRALT) MILADI EDITED BY "INO" -r PHONES Office 1224 Res. 1115 Tho longer yon live the iiioro you | Mrs. Cliailrs-Walkor and UUle ^^111 aoo that, ain and sadiiepa lire novov (iaiit!;litor iii .NOrth Lethhridgi-, left for npartrand no tnio proBporlly can this morniiiK tor I'Utiiliiujr,, where exist away fTom virtue.-Dr. A. Conan ^ tlmy will spend the winter months roylo. Oh, fair are yoiiih and strength, lint fairer yet Willi the former's sister. * * � * .Airs. ('Iiarle.s Mansoii, Seventh Ave. A., ,S , wild received yesterday altcr- Tho face oC age when aculiitiired hy 1,0^11., welconieil some thirty callers ilurins the kite attcrnobn. I'in'k and white chrysanthemums lieuutilied the drawing room, where the ho.stess received wearing a modish brown and mauvc costume trimmed with real lace. II soul �\Vhere love of Ood and man hove held control, Anvlicn Miss Kathleen'Karrell was , �,  ^^'^ ""ilc! in marriage to Mr. .1. E, Beg- ast night for Winnipeg on a short cere.nonv was performed by "'P- . , , , the Kcv. Father Uldeault in the . , , , , ,. . Catholic church of Coutts. ' Only a Dr. I,. H, Mason w^ent to Medicine j^^^ ^1,^ relatives and intimate Hat >eslenay to attend the danc�, rnends witnessed'the ccrcmdnv. r,m.n bvthr Medicine Hat 1 eimis , ^lie. bride looked charming, dressed Uub last evcmng.^ ^ ; i, laiiored suft of blue serge and , , , ,. , a bat of white plush. .She also wore Mr. I'. t, Leach went to Medicine ^ l-at to meet M,s. U-aeh on her re- ^j,^ turn irom a.n extended Msit in Win- ceremony the bridal par- mpeg. They arrived home yesterday ^y co,veyed to the Maple Leaf , . Hotel, where a sumptuous repast had Mrs, f, n Peters, who was at ,,,,^ ',.,,, P lionie formally yesterday aiteu.oon ^j,,,, j,^^, lor the first time since coming to ,|,^ f^^^^ the bride and LethnridKe, welco,,ed many cc,.neis f^,,^^^.^,, . ^^^^^.^^.^ during the receiving hours. ^,^, i ^^^,1. . Mrs. Peters was wearing a very ,rai, north, en route to Calgary, hecoming gown of black sUk elahor- j,,,^. ^j,, .-^^ f^,^^^.^ , ated with gold passementerie and Mr, Degnan is a promising voung lovely Y lite l^jce ^ j,,^^^ ^^,^, .-^ Mrs II D W lliamson, who re- ,.i.i,i,,j., i.aving bad charge r Pc-'^rls forming effectiv; elabora- OS Ihn consolations went lo Mrs. , � embroidered tulle mvidson f'^tened with a .luliet cap with After the whist .Irive those present and carried an Im- enjoyed an excellent supper menu, i 'n*^""" l^l'^l^ carnations Dancing was ne.xt in order for a coi^ '-'"^n "'^'e'' �f pie of hours, and the light fantastic Ijride^mald, and was pret- was tripped until the smVU hours of Kowned in pink satin with an the morning, to splendid music (wr-i overdress of nlnon trimmed with pal.e nished by Guskell's .orchestra. I mauve and pink rosebuds. She car- ried pink carnations caught with pink satin ribbons. 'I'he groom was supported by Fred Stokes, of Taber. The nuptial knot was lied by the Rev. T. V; Perry in the presence of about twenty guests. The groom's gift to the hrlde'Was a gold and sapphire necklace, to the bridesmaid a pearl crescent, and to the groomsman a gold stick pin. Immediately after the ceremony the guests sat down to a recherche luncheon, the attractive board being centred with tho wedding cake, while at cither end rested cut glass vases holding while carnations, tho whole'effect being ehhancod by the s6ft glow', of. caudles. Mrs. Edward Baer, mother of the groom, was becomingly gowned In ' �navy blue niessulfno with Persian ' trimming. Jlr. and .Mrs. Baer left for points; W?st. The bride's going away costume -was a brown tailored srilt antl smart hat of amlier cut beaver faced in black and adorned with an amber feathery mount. � OonspicHons among the array of pretty and costly gifts, was a complete dining room sot from Bawden Bros., of which firm the groom is/an employee. Of Interest to Women CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Fifth Avenue Baptist Church Ladies' Aid will meet at the home of .Miss Hell, 1313 '1th Ave., N,, at \S p,m, on Thursday. � *  The Chosen Friends will meet tomorrow eveniii.g in the S, O. 10. hall, at H o'clock, ',\. full attendance is requested as the election of oificevs for the ensuing year will take place.    .St, Monica's (.iuiUi oi St. Angus-tin's church lield a business meetini; yesterday afternoon, when some niDt-ters regarding the recent ha/aar were wound "up. 'I'lie tiuihi will meet the (irst Tuesday in .lanuary tor the annual election of ollicers.  �  Hov. A. V. firant, of Diamond City Mission, will preach at both services in St, Augustin's church on .Sunday, .\s the rector, Hcv. .1. K,. Murrci-Wright, will he at Diamond City, there will be no celebration of tlio Holy Coiiinuinion at S o'clock on .Sunday morning in ,St. Augustin's church. Miss M. Carey .:Thouias, president of the liryn Mawir'(.'oliege, in,a recent address at thlT'seventy-liftli iin-niversar..v"of .\loiin(q^i'olyoke College, j South iladley, Mass.-, indicated tliat in her opinion marriages often ohcv-j cd .1 hamiicap to women, Miiany pre-' ferring to remain single that they might continue lo e^lgagc i,n schola.s-tic p.yisuits, ..1,1.- I'lt is not fair tor.tind fault with' inen," she-�aid, lio.wftver. "The life of tlie intellect and spirit has been lived only by nien. The of scholarship and research has been a man's world, ,\len distrust women's ability to breatlie iu this keener air. And in a sense they arc right. Very tew women-or men-can maintain scholarly research and enthusiastic tcachiii.i!; throucJiciui lifetime without opportunity to rompcte for living salaries and Imnnrable recognition. Colleges for wnuieii, few and poorly endowed as thi'\ are, otter the only rewards tor women scholars, '�Women scholars have another and still more cruel luiiidicap. They may have spent liali a lil'ctiine-ln lilting themselves for ,1 scholar's work, and then hiiKv be^asked to choose between i't .and inarri'a.f,e. No one can estimate the number of, women who remain unmarried in revolt'hefore such a horrible .illernative. At Bryn Mawr we lii^ve never closed the eii-gagementr of ,1 unman professor because oi iiiarria;;e. Several years ago I persuaded 11 \nung woman scholar whose liusbaiid ua,'-. called to Bryn .Mawr to lake up college teaching again, ".She told nic afterwards that it was like paradise im earth to shut herself into lier study in the college library aimuig lier books for long hours of intellectual effort. How many men scholars would there he if we cmnpellcrl ihem t commissioner, that 'an inveatlgntion Mi; of the Canadian egg trade, le being undertaken by ^he depaTtment. Tov tended to improve th^ situation. THOUf.ANDS OF CAPTURED RIFLES GATHERED HERE TO BE BURNED BY THE VICtONIQ.U* EHVIANB LAIMEO10 BE EI ESS In our WOIVIAN'8 EXCHANGE wo have dainty hand-miUlo Greeting Cards, that are "diffBreut" from nil .\rls and Crafts Worker. ArtlBtio Sepia photograijha of tlie Mountains, from Banff. Are you Interested? The Brown Betty Tea Room Room 4, Macdonald Block B. C. ELECTRIC CO. NOT GRIND-ING PUBLIC -ARE BUILDING UP VANCOUVER London, Dee, 11,-^1'residiiig at thi^ iriti'sli i.'oluinhia . Electric UiSilww! I cuinl'jnj',s iiieeling. hero' today, the ' presiili'iil, lloriie faync, said it had I I heen allet!;ed that the company was' ' miiuling untold wealth out, ot the 1 ' piililic, "The (riilli uas," he said,| ;"iha'l N'aneouver's prosperity is ; lai>^ei\ due to our company's cnter-; Iiiise (liiiini; the las't ieii years," ' A 'dividend of si,v per cent, on preferred ordinary and eight per cent, 011 deterred ordinary, was declared. Signs of a flflhti'ln which thousands of rifles, ammunition^ and food were flung aside by Turklil> trooRi wheq the Servians captured Uskub and Kumanova, v . 552963 ;