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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday/ February 1, 1913. fHE LETffa&IDGE DAUY HERALD EDITED by "INO" PHONES Office 1224 Res. 1113 MONTREAL EVERYTHING IS IN READINESS TO APPt-Y TORCH QN MONDAY ; . ..NIGHT J,  "London, Feb. 1--A last attempt to .prevent ';&,> resumption of war *in the ^Balkan'-peninsula is being made bty PRINCpSS ^UANAN Future/Queen of Holland. 8he will be four years -old-ofr April 13th next, and the Dutch people, vyho Jiave-ibe-comc reconciled to the /prospect of another Queen on their throne, when they wanted a -King, are preparing a great; --.nati.ona.lv celebration for her birthday. tan. and J anina if- ^bey succeed in capturing them whije the Bulgarians are faking A dr;jinople. King Nicholas of'Montenegro., on the one'side, and Crown. Prince Consfcantme of Greece, on>f the other, ^declare that they will thKc^'the fortress ".by rstorm-' or lose their lives in ^ariaavp^aQe^detegatioii'.'have receiv-: >ed commifhications fronr'the frontier wliile^Genexal/Savon^assefts that' 1the_army-' surrounding ^Vdrianoplp isi dile ~ol the oriost e'fficient evcr^gathcr*' .ed. together,  . . .. ............. He'-declares .that every detail for. the storming..apd papture of the city abas been carefully prepared. The general commends the spirit of the loy-"al rivalry'between the Servian and-Bulgarian troops -who m almost e^ual numbers.,occupy the fortress. Bets, are. freely offered among the besiegers, he says, as to which nationality will be the^flrst to enter Adrianople. It is asserted that the Montenegrins and the Greeks "have received assurances a that Russia and France Tvill support their retention, of Sou- ople and the Aegean Islands, but also the surrender ot Scutari and- J anina to Montenegro'and-'&Eeece;-? CITIES EXCHANGE iVUNUSTERR Moosc.,+J8twyv'. Jan. 31.-Zioin Methodist church �^asfri.sertt- a '� Jjrtanirncus caiI-�6 Rev. R. L." M,cTayteh, of Young -^et^ojjist church,Winnipeg,' to suc-'ceed'\R,ev;* D Saitoh'"Who goes to TTort ftou%e-- I^etkpdiat^OhurjCh, Winnipeg .=7 iter. HffeT^Vteh,* baa accepted the call. i -  SNOW- NORTHERN GERiMANY BOUND Berlin, Jan. 81.-A snowstorm of unusual violence- prevails stfirougn out.northern Germany^- Trains arriving In the capital are subjected to great delay, while - many minor branch lines have suspended traffic. murdered his _wiee. -Hamilton, 6nt:, Jan. 31.--In police court, Thomas Riley pleaded .guilty to murdering his wife last night. THE KEY TO HAPPINESS If I knew the box, where the smiles were kept, No matter how large the key Or strong the bolt, J would try so hard, 'Twould open, I know, for me. Then over the land and sea broadcast, I'd scatter the smiles to play, That the children's faces might hold them fast For many and many a day. -Anon. Hostesses on Monday :- Mrs. It. E. McArthur. Mrs. W. S. Galbraith. Mrs. II. Bentley, 013 Thirteenth St., S. .�  Mrs. Earl .Roberts and Mrs, A. J. Irving will receive at the home.of the latter on Tuesday afternoon. This will be Mrs. Roberts' post-nuptial reception, and Mrs. .living's first at home day this season. Mrs. A. C. Rose,and child, of Baxter, Iowa, ate guests-of Mrs. .Charles Bcardsley, 481 Twelfth street. * > * Mr. and Mrs. S. .0. -.Batsman, formerly of Thessalon, Qnt., w;ill occupy *he Naismith home on KiEBt avenue. .� .  Mrs. Ewert and sou, ..Billy, jleave on Monday to visit the former's mother, :Mrs- Shaw, of � Vancouver. at f. * Rev. A. G. Cameron wont to. Tah-er this afternoon, where he will .conduct services tomorrow, .ratucning^o11 Monday. Mrs.- C. R. Young was hostess of an enjoyable bridge yesterday afternoon, when' four -tables merest in play. The trophies were captured by Miss Pattoson and Mrs. E. B. Hill.    Mrs. R.. .C. Minor entertained about' eighteen .young .people last evening. Four -ta(bles of .five hundred were made up, lones carrying off the trophies, while the consolations were awarded Mrs. J. Jones and Mr. Ainsworth. An inviting menu was served at the'midnight hour at the quartette tables. *.  * Mrs; J. GJ. Hanrahan and Miss Hanrahan, who were at homo formally yesterday afternoon for the first time this season, were kept busy welcoming the many visitors, to took the opportunity of calling. Clusters of daffodils were prettily effective. Mrs. Hanrahan wore a golden brown silk costume with cream in-sertings, and Miss Hanrahan was wearing white and biuc foulard, while Miss Barassin assisted. Yesterday afternoon, which was Mrs. J. Emerson Hodgson's first receiving day this .year, was marked by many callers. Crimson carnations and ferns .-J�i the soft-light of unshaded candles .produced a pleasing effect. The hostess was wearing a beaded tunic over gold satin, while her sister, Mrs. Buncombe, who assisted in wclcomir-^ the /guests, wore a handsome jet elaboration over black duchess satin. -Miss Nellis Duncombe was attractively gowned in peach chiffon oyer silk, . The tea hour dainties were served by Miss McCrimmon, Miss Hawkey and Miss Dunne, all winsomely attired- in 'pretty girlish frocks. Mrs. J. .D. lliginbotham entertained at a thimble rtea,;yesterday in courtesy to Mrs. -NtVign, .of Victoria, who formerly resided rbere, and who has been Mrs. T. J3. .Neale's guest .for a jshor.t time. ^Qnly iade up, Mrs. A. E. Stewanrt and -Mr; j. ells-'-four-piece :orchestra supplied the �niuaic for the dah'cers, who numbered two hundred. A iChoice menu was served at .half 'time, after which dancing was continued .Until a late hour. Over fifty caiierffiqame to formally welcome Mrs. Fra.nk A. Stoltze yesterday, when ship 'deceived for the first time since -cqniing :to Lethbridge. The drawing rooms were beautifully decorated with ferns and crimson and white ;car-h,ations. Mrs. Stoltze had donned a -becoming costimie of biaok charmeuse with Irish lace shadowed in chiffon and touches of gold embroidery.'. Mrs. McKillpp,. >v,ho received .with the hostess, was handsomely gowned in..black silk. . The dining table was. an alluring ipicture .with its .brass candelabra, :;holdmg yellow shaded-candles,, show-liers of daffodils and >. srbilax runners reaching' from the electrolier to the .corners of the table. I--;.fclts. J. Roland ;tleeb ,poured tea and. was wearing a Parisian,- toilette an green tones and black ?.nd white picture hat, while Mrs. Ray'Kellogg, whOji cut the ices, w.ore a white linen flock and black plumed chapeau. A tr,-io of ideft assistants, daintily gowned m white lingerie, comprised ("Mrs.: Johnston, Miss Thompson .and Miss Birch. . Little Miss Ruth Inman, frocked in white, proved usafuL admitting the many guests. CLUBS AND SOCtETiE.8 Lives There a Wom!an|�i|}i a Soul so Dead Who does not want Kii^l|airon her Head? liair trbubJe'jls accumulaiioh, , *4^jB. ^.aii; wiir,$fl,.o\Y-. loii^,' and luxuriantly,, ^Che liiok-dest/ructive and most prevalent form of dandriifl .11ERPICIDE eradicates this a.nnoying ����:"'':;'feeps''-'tlie Scalp clean and-'preveniJS'H^^^ from falling out. Tlxis allo-vvs the follicles not already a|):pphipc[ to spring into life", slioot-ing/fp,i;tli 'from, tiny dormant, papillea nisw, Healthy hair. . �. You experience marvelous benefit -from the Ifirst'application;- The terrible itching which is injJica-i five of dandruff, Btops at. onee. The hair becomes glossy.and lustrous with a beauty that Hlw.ayti Ih-Vjdifl&ies a clean healthy scalp. More men.andiWqroen h^Vfa1 gotten positive results from the .use of New->?-upon leeeipt of Ten Cents in post'aee or sliver ^6hd.fea~^aniplQ-bottle and valuable jp^m,phlet .about the ,halr to, any address ' " ' 'The Art Needle-work club will meet on Monday aMernoon with Mrs. J., m. Boulton, 523 Sixth St., S. '. ' . :� .� The Young Ladies' class oi Wesley Sti^iday school meets every iSunday afternoon at three o'clock, and a cordial invitation is extended .to all . young ladies to attend. [ The Lcihbridge Boy iScouts met in �the basement of the. .Central school las^s .evening, and spent a husy and profitable time. T. J.vCollins, physical instructor, gave instruction in ""physical drill and first aid to the injured. i-�   * .; ) Mr. A. J. Jiving, secretary 0f the jY.W-CA , will address Wesley Ep-1 worth League on Monday night. His -subject will be, "A unique interview." AU young people are cordial-!\f invited. Notices have been issued calling a -jijejpular meeting .of -Majisfe -Leaf -Gha>p-ter, ,No. 7, ..Order ,of .the JEastenn Star,, for Tuesday evening next, at 8 0'-iolock prompt. Visiting .ineraber.s of th,e Order are cordially itavited. .^Beauty and the Bea-st" which ;oau'efe4 such favorable qamiment when ['produced in Unity Hall a little time, | heard dC relatlYf5. ta^Qanada and looked themq WJi".^JId^.Tf^iaiiim^'d them, and had him-,' self  appointed administrator. Mr;: Smith'.'ihasi ngcuved the1 Cauad- Jan .relaitives, ,anU (the lestate has-been reropened ;for Rfoba-te. whUe search ^is 3being made ^or'pjjhet possible 'relf-;tives, -The first admIntegrator's bqnd filed by Mr. Smith: was ifor ^O-.OOO.j tout by reason of sthe-'goldHinedibox, ;found to 1.VA- Motley, .who was defeated for the jmayor-.{tl|y--on ia -recownt; h,as yapplie^.to 'the Court for an iqiUPPM0*!1', I? fiB.^bibt 'Mayor1 B^ckwlthi|f "Blgnature v^o seity cheo_u.es being ^accsap^e'd'' as, good at thB'loitjy'.S'-.bankB*. -when vqu. tbuy -t^fete^pK isilVer for your wsprne.; m lWhen ^ydur rieleown-^ -iA quality Mil h^y,:^m �design weibo.^aflaureo^Bi.. . R|aSe,in ijtho lh,eaVie^,t4JPf;i Mrs/Lpcofe H. MMi ginners irf >ia^o-ft)r^e pjaying^ laellltles Qm'ployed in vthe\ development of an effective, /^^P^jJ^ra depe.ndaWe;^j|afto..ie.^la#, ajad,;i*he-iabillty to .execute ^u^^b^Lj aqsltjonfl^itiv aoett^a^Mllianoy.<^nd ifip,0iie�s of tgi!ibn%iwl l0jq�-J*V| v i t .� n� 69 ;