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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta December MILADI EDITED BY PHONES Office 1224 1115 Tho loiiKtir you live the more you will sin ami sadnuBs are never for npartf and no tnio prosperity an exist away from Conan 9 Mr are youih aiul but fairer yut Tho faee of age when sculptured by u soul Where love of Clod ami mini have held Aiul wrought no llmvlhat wisdom could 1 tomorrow COB Tenth 030 Hixth Stewart vafter wards on second Thursday of William McChire will re ceive and Shaw have left cm a short trip to Frank and Hlair who IK ill at tlie polc is improving hH last night for Winnipeg on a slioil Mason went to Medicine Hal yesterday trt attend the pivcn by tlie Medicine Hat Tennis tlub last went to Medicine liat to meet Leaeh on her re turn from an extended visit in Win They arrived home who was at home formally yesterday afternoon the first time since coming to welcomed many callers during the recciving Peters was wearing a very becoming gown of black silk elabor ated gold passementerie and lovely white who re ceived with ihe wus gowned in ji wisteria cloth costume and black lamb A ruddy grate which blared produced a warmth imd which tempted the guests in linger longer than the regulation Hburijlie gowwd in yellow silk with beaded chinun tunic and black vuTvyl picture hat with white presided over ihe tea where graceful vases ufprimulas and white unshaded candles were prettily 1 Master Noel Peters in his quaint sailor was a gentlemanly little door The whist drive and which wins held in the hall ev ening the auspices of Court Star was a decided success in every The number in at tendance was fully up to the expect ation of the committee and lends encouragement to the holding of several more such Over twenty tables were in play during the early part of the KlWtwood won the lad ies the gentlemens which was an even score among was eventually won by Morden on en is for lion The consolations went lo William Bennett and Churles After the drive those present enjoyed an excellent supper Dancing was next in order fur a cou ple of and the light fantastic was tripped until the small hours of the to splendid music iuri nishcd bv Gaskells 1 I Walker and little daughter of North left this inoriiinj for winre they will spend winter months with the formers I Charles Seventh who received yesterday iiootij welcomed some thirty callers during the la U1 Pink and white chrysanthemums beautified Hie drawing where I lie hostess received wearing a mod ish brown and mauve costume trim med with real The annual bazaar and supper which will held in Adams Westminster tomorrow promises great things in Ihe way of suitable Christmas gifts in plain and fancy sewing and lav endar A tulip bed will at tract the children and afternoon tea will be served from three to ifive and supper from fivethirty to tfowner will open the bazaar promptly at three oclock 4 A very pleasing tool place on Mondfly the at vhcu Miss Kathkei Kitrrell was united in marriage to Deg was performed by the Father Bideault in the Catholic church of Only a of the relatives and intimate friends witnessed1 the bride looked dressed i in u tailored suft of hlue serge and u hat of white She also wore mufi and fur of Iceland the of the t After the ceremony the bridal par ty were conveyed to the Maple Leaf where a sumptuous repast bad been prepared in honor of the occa When full justice had been done to the wedding Feast the briile and followed by showers of rice and good took the evening train en route to where they will in future j Degnan is a promising young civil engineer and known in this having had charge of survey work the past j Miss who is the only j daughter of isni jnaii i is a well known and popular young Iixiy and will be greatly she being an accomplished musician and one who always took an active part in the social life of the i The bride aiid groom received many valuable and useful presents which i speak well for esteem they j held in by the BAKUMAN LEY The home of and Kdward 7th avenue was the scene of a quiet but pretty wedding at tills afternoon when Miss Mabel Sidsy daughter of Mari of was joined in marriage to Cory Witmer only son of and Edward The drawing room was prettily de the color scheme of pink ami white being expressed in ferns and white cut At the hour appointed the bride en tered the drawing room escorted by her AVIlliam or Pincher who gave her She was u pretty picture in her wedding gown of white duchess satin en adorned with chiffon lace and pearls forming effective elaboru She wore an embroidered tulle veil fastened with a Juliet cap with orange blossoms and carried an im mense shower of white Miss Lilian sister of the was and was pret tily gowned in pink satin with an overdress of iiinoii trimmed with yale mauve and pink She car Today On Second Floor Dolls iircvcry want ed kind ilYiirsUilTnl Kid Dolls dressod or from lo lor Iarlor Cro Target Musical Soldier OLD SANTA GLAUS has arrived with hosts of Toys for me little and as is always the case with goods sold at The Hudsons Bay Stores prices are from 25 per cent to lower than are asked Bring little onesand let them have a good always delight m looking at and we shall be just as delighted to have the Tots pay us a Santa Glaus will not be present in but Santas eldest son is in charge of Toy andwill see to it that all little visitors will be given a hearty Mechanical Toys The Balky The Jumping The Crazy Beetle Trains with Track the New MonoBail Men Teddy your selections stock is at its RAY DAI rled pink caTiiationa caught with pink satin Tlie groom was supported by Fred of The nuptial linot was tied by the P Perry iu thepresence about twenty guest The grooms gift to the a gold and sapphire to tlie bridesmaid a jieurl and to the groomsman a gold stick Immediately after the ceremony th guests sat down to a recherche lunch tlie attractive board being cen tred with the weddjug at either end rested cut glass vases hold lug white the whole effect being enhanced by the Edward mother of was becomingly gowned in bine messaline with Persian trimming and Uaer left for points The brides going away cos tume was a brown tailored suit and smart hat of anVber cut beaver faced in black and adorned with an amber feathery Conspicuous among the array oC pretty and costly was a com plete dining room set from Bawdeu of which firm ihe groom Of Interest to CLUBS The Fifth Avenue Baptist Ohuich Aid will meet at the home 01 Miss 1312 4 Hi at 3 on flic Chosiii Friends will meet to morrow evening in the at S A full attendance is requested as the election of otficers for tlie ensuing year will take Monicas Guild of tins church hold a IIUKJIICSH miielini yesterday when some mat ters regarding the recent bazaar wore wound The Guild will meet tin first Tuesday in January for the an election of Miss Carey president ofthe liryn Mawr in a re jcent address ati an Li uivcrsacy ot MoumrpMolyoke i South indicated that Mn her opinion marriages often ouer ed a handicap to many pri fearing to single that they to engage HI xchobs j tie HP It is not fair toMind fault with life of intellect has been lived only by Thet of 1 scholarship ami research lias beln a I mans Men distrust womens i ability to in this keener iAnd in a sense are Very j few maintain j scholarly research aim enthusiastic teaching lifetime without opportunity in compete for living salaries and honorable Colleges for lew and poorly endowed as they offer the only rewards for women scholars Women scholars have another ami still more cnir They may have spent hah a lifetimeln tilting themselves for a and then niiny to choose between iV Xo one can esti mate the number women who re main unmarried in revoltbefore such a horrible At Bryn Muwr Ibve never closed the en gagement of woman professor be cause of Several years ago J a woman scholar whose called lo Hryn to akc college She tolij mo alter wards that it was paradise on earth to shut herself into her study in the college library among lirr books for long hours of intellectual How men sclmlars would there be if we compelled ihom icv nrakn such an inltumnri result every civjlixod countrr contains a large evcrincrrajiinjr bodv of celibate mon and DAILY NEWS SAYS AUTHORITIES HAVEHAD THEM FOR VERY LONG TIME As a matter of from the very outset strings pulled and Ihe curtain was lowered on the adven tures of the historic The Daily News understands that itis highly probable that in the next few weeks a full statement of exL actly what happened on and previous toMuly both inDublin Cas tle and in in regardto the jewels will be at the disposal pi the house of commons to do as it thinks it with Dublin Cas tle officials deny all knowledge of the reported return ot the missin crown In some tuiarters it is suggested the mystery will be eluci dated only wheii public interest in the case has been entirelydissipated by the passage the Irish member nf why brought up the mat in the house of commons re stated yesterday that even if the report o the recovery bi the jewels was they were within union reach of the authorities and could be took a greafstep forward when golteii back any time on payment ot Joint committee of the u j Presbyterian and Congregationaltsts Tlte Daily Xtws this morning goes met at the Wesley further ami declares that the Among thosepres demals are nut The icwjentwere says this were within j Day and six weeks nf tlie dale on which ing at The action at the committee is regarded as DortendlngUie early organic union ot the three churches in the western pro vinces Tomorrow will be a critical day in the history Canadian Presby terian Reports from all parts of the Dominionforming the genera assemblys committee on church nn ioa will spend the endeavoring to so amentl the basis1 of so that the onethird opposed to qrmatq union will waive their and sent unionrepresentativesto the next general FELT THAT IT WILL COME IN WEST BEFORE VERY LONG 11 INVESTIGATE THE THERE IS TOO LONG TIME BE TWEEN PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION were reported if not in the strong room from which they hud been at least in the bands of the They hau1 been Clieie ever Ever since the scandal of ihe disap pearance of the most strenu ous efforts have been made to en shroud the whole unpleasant business The committee decided to proceed in the direction of church union by taking over as required by the oversight of the uniting These will form the nucleus of the united church In ho Pres byterian and Congregational denomin ations in The committee re ih myslcry and influence in high ceived a request from the local union ciimrlrrs has been brniitrliL to tear to churches of the western provinces throw dust into cvervhodvs which had held a reprosentativn meet is mado by tlmt an investigation of the Canadian egg is being undertaken by the For some it has been recognized tlxit there is a great cleterioration in the quality of the eggs during the period between the day on they are and that on which they reach the It has been ap parent also that the present system of purchasc and of distribution has not tended to improve the THOUSANDS OF CAPTURED RIFLES HERE TO BE BURNED BY THE VICTORIOUS SERVIANS of Diamond tily will preach at both I in Angus tins church on i As the red will be at Diamond there will be no celebration of the Holy Commimiun at S oclock on Sunday morning in Augus tins In our WOMANS EXCHANGE wo have dainty handmade Greet ing that are different from un Arts and Crafts Work Artistic Sepia photographs of the from Are you interested The Brown Betty Tea Room Room Macdonald Block ELECTRIC NOT GRIND ING PUBLIC BUILDING UP VANCOUVER at tin1 liritish Hallway i s nitplinf bore tin Hnrnc said il had i hren that the company wns imloid ucalth oiil of the Irulh hr 1 i ha I prnspcrii v is line in cnmpaiiys prise dininn irn ilivitiiiid ii six pir on pnIcr1 mi tniinaiv and cithl per on deicrml urdiiturx Signs of a in which thousands of the Servians captured Uskub and nnd food were flung aside by Turkish troops whtn ;