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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Satiigclay, February 22,1013 THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALB INSPIRATION If I can live '  , To make one sad face 'brighter, Or to give a second's lutitre to the tear-dimmed eye, Or Impart one throb' of comfort to an aching heart, . . .  Or to cheer one Y;ay>worn soul inipasa- Ing by- If I can lend A strong hand to the fallen, Or .defend the right against a jingle envious strain, My life, though bara of. much that seeraeth dear and 'fjjlr,. To us on earth, wIU no'thavo been In vain. . i . The purest joy ; Most near to HearjBii; far Irom earth's alloy, ., r J ,.� � It's bidding clguds glve> praqe". to sun and shine, - ' �' �' ' * � And 'twill be weli,.'�. oft that day of days,  . � ' ' " � The angels tell;ot .me "She did her �best for one ^Ot tbinfe." '-Helen JfTunt-Jackson, "f' ;* ; ''�'' � Mrs. C. R. Carlson 1b entertaining at the tea hour today,  - > took place, was decorated with smi-lax, palms and carnatious. IKiring the signing of the register Miss liffa | Wight, sister of . the bride, played j iVIertdelsaohn's wedding n-arbh. Tlio; groom's gift, to his hriilc was a minlc muIT, and to the soioist and jlianist he gave gold broodies .set with penrls. Mr. and Mrs. TilFin Icit on the evening train ior Toronto, where tliey.t are to spend a few days before Icav-i ing for their future homo near l^eth-bridge, Alta- Friends from a distance were j Mrs. Chappcl and Miss. Alice Kcese, Cleveland, Ohio,; Mr. Taylor,' Gait ; Mrs. D. D. MacDon-aid, Mr. and Mrs. Davis, Miss Edith Hoar and Miss Ada AVight, Toronto ;, and Mr. and Mrs. H. Garbutt, Syca-; more. 111.-Bowmanvilie Staitesman CLUBS AND SOCIETIES BORDEN'S PROICE , Mr. Kai.ser, j staff, was ahltS tcf;.^resum'o hia ^duties yesterday aftetf bia 'rodent illn^ps. 1�* ' ' KV Mr. H. M. BWhv'l�5t''thia;ti{orning on an extehdei^trip to'-EngJattd. Noel, tlie liltiB'-s&ibrtqft "Mr,', and Mrs. 0. R. Petofs.-'-tgndoK-.B'oad, is almost entu-ely"^ecoVer(�} vfroni. his recent acciden^ " ;.' -f:,;- > The Art Needle-work club will'meet with Mrs. D. H. Elton oh Monday afternoon.    Young ladies vi.siting in thtr qity are cordially invited to meet with the "Young Ladies' class 'of Wesley' church tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock. ,y i Mrs. C. F. P. Conyboare-,. Mrs. F. of -the'Poya.1 �anlc 1^^ ^^^^^^ jl^.g, K.Mitcliell aV-" ^Ottawaiv Feb. 21.-X petition from JvfoVa, Scotia was'filed witli the Clerk ofr the Ho'iis.e,. this morning, by Dr., Cla5lc,;6f Red; Deer,'to whom it 'was BddPessed.' It will have to h* amend-; ed in form beloio acceptance. ..,T.h6^ipetitlon -is.signed.by .about-two hundred;farmers and is TGplete.with deriiinclatlon of' the "big interests," calls for fre� .agricultural implemeiata, "p tariff of not.less th-Mi five per cent, on impbrtatiohs' from"^ thc "dear, old Motheriandi" state ownership of pub-'llc Utilities -and other radical .p"ropo8- ranged and distributed bduquets of. carn.itions and greenery at' the Gait" hospital yesterday. There are- only', twenty-five ward patients'at the Ga;lt at present, wliicli speaks well for the! health of the city geuerallyV . ' ; ,|rlOW'"^Q..JUDGE PEOPLE ..gat :alon'g -wltli your �neighbors,  to bo'on.falioitous t�rma with' your re!a:tlYes,',t(i' enjoy, Ahe.organizations erf saolety,-such'as churches and par-ti�s,/aud,to suoceed' in business, It is Impffftf^it'tq'bejfa good Judge of .men. Here are-RjCfew'hints: . . Tro-J4idge;mencorreotly you have to lilce themy 'Youpcan never rely upon' youi;'fotiraatiiB'of, any oae you dislike. If,)., therefore, a certain person Irrl-tata?, anggijs ,or disgusts you, ibe care-=ful to fpTm^no--ju,dgment at all.of him, lor Jt is sur^ to be wrong. , This Is :;asTery'Vital point. There is *o In^ight-mto.the character without ;!ove.' '.'Just learn; that truth by heart,, 'pI'Base;''because'it is about the truest, truth therje :1s. f r ' , Tof .ludgsTiieni: justly you must he 'Jndepend'Siit of them. Your opinion of any- onie from whbm you expect favors �OT f^aT-^arm,j'is^hot worth a cent. '', Vaility.,.;.ppldeiJegotism and all such forms--of isensitlveness of self, are .fatal to ,'oo5ri?^eot. judgment.-^Dr. F. .Crane^ In? Woman's "World for Febro- A meeting of the executive of the W. 0. T. U. is called for." Tuesilay evening at the home of Mrs^W. t-I. jj-,..; v\ ICorii'Dear, ISU Sixth Ave".," S. The- Mr. T. H. McCrea'dy ~h^S, returned i^emhers are kinrtlv asked" ~'tci Tteop' from an extenttod v^sit' at hia home ing tor the meeting;'fjs iiti- in Bowmauvillij-and" .other � Ontario ,j. -:........ . .points. ,i. portant business is to be disiinfeetl-. The "navy blue?' side of,St. Cypri-, ..... ........ ,an's Parish Auxiliary co'nflueted, a' Mr. Phillip Bawden- has", returned' .^.p^y successful pantrv sale at the frq^ an cxtenOei-tHB-,-east, -iJur'".S home of Mrs. J. VV. Boultoh; yestor^ .wlHch: he visite'd Kingston,.rMontreal LToronto and otlier'pointst^ .Helen, the little. .jTqi^jhtec-pf. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wj-Bajvden.J; hj^s issued invitations to ^ -riumheF'' o|'Uttle playmates for. nesxt We(InBs4a.yi from five to .oightf-tUlfty* j 6 ; V' Mr. and Mri?.'jjjnguar^, SOS:Four-^ teenth St., S., -vnfftrerfaqSt', aild l^ostesa of a reception ..fa'8'ti.ey8niii6, in courtesy to their iBOji^ _and ; dailghter-in-law,.,Mr. and Sfr^T"WT T^- IJljigiiard, �who arrived y^'st^WaylEjami'England. Twenty-flye gi^i|iiffv,)yfi:q-:.>|44oDL. .and. aftor the forn^^l,;iaoep^tipn)-v-4pncing was enjoyed., . D^HjIif' fofr^eBhments �were served durrng.^e"eveijlnB;.'' Miss JosephioB. JE^fe^Kk^yjr ol this city, held a pjcnQ*>ec{'far in'Stirling last evening, ^t -vvKich Bpr "tpa Stirling pupils acquit'tea; tti^lhgelVe'e ad- ^-?:'^'/j,ll"'"'^^"^' . '^^^^'^ onpho'n;fas Jaylor";'secret'ary^M'tKe" lo day afternoon. , There are,, twenty I'navy blues" who are striving' to outdo the "purples." Ther ladies are gratefulto Mrs. Boulton fo'rthe'use of lier home. .; '.  * o The Coaldale Ladies' -Aid .gave,-a" very pleasant social eveaitig � at 'the Mathodlst parsonage on .�Wednesday;: 19th inst. An interesting program of songs, recitations, etc., was i-e'nder^d after which the company participated, in games. Among those Sip'Sisting m the prognam were: Mr. and,;Mr3'. J. Gaioi;en, F. Caloren, A. Mitchell, :Mr.; and Mrs. J. Leffler, Mi3s~.McIptjTe,; Mrs. Bmde, Kev. and Mrs.' 'BiBTiop.' Much amusement was provided hy a conundrum supper. -There wftsa. good' crowd present and a gratifying iuXa realized by the collection.    Wesley Epworth League .'syii;'he addressed on Monday evening hy MiSs' ITranlr Staeio, ,a familiar cowboy of Morooniv'^Idahp,'' ".arrived in the city ttirBlm'brnin]^. bn-his way to the south couptry,;;:in.= oonneotiou with the pur-�chase'of (live'Stock. ' ..-'Thestronff^stiand surest point in favor of''-Saladfi'; Tea is quality. Never,in the h'l'stbry-of a product have the Canadian ?'peop'le- given such a sweeps �inf i andorsoment' of merit as has been aocoBded K'Salada." One out of every live Oanadiansf^rink It and this num-. J)er'{s:|teadily; increasing. their teacher. ' '�_-'! Miss Edith 'iJoneg'.asi^gtsd-'by giving some of h^ir clevpri' rfifidings, and Miss Louise CVarlc-;- oi>" Stmingi >pleas-ed all with a ;Yoqal boIqj,- ; f " ?j � . Mrs. Rhynd Janireson.'returned to the citv this afternocfli. stttpriia'Week's visit with Mr5'.-",H;�.'S. �i]yiplieO(i, of Calgary.. . . - - '- ' � f'.  TIFFIN-'WlG-HfT -  . The rcs-ideuCQ'-o'f-Mr.* iAlex^'\yight, Darl'mgton, wasx tfieJ.soenotvof 'a. very pretty wedding::Wednesday,? F.etj. 5th at 3 p.m., when, hisb'eldejt';dsJ\ighter, Alberta Mary,, w^s* u^Spd'. in\ marriage with Mr. ;John JitTi!ffiiri'Leth-bridgp, Alta. Pt-iSvtaus'.tdAthe: cero- THESE ITEMS ON SALE TO-] 7.30 to 10 p.m. Last Sattird.iy evening was one of the busiest times in our history, and in order that we may not fall behind thds new record, we have prepared some snappy Bargains for tonight'shoppers. There are but Umiieil quantities to be sold at these prices, ao once mor3 it is necessary to repeat our advice-"Be Early". up in Ladies' Kid Gloves - - 35c About eight dozen pairs only, "now left, include's fine French Kids in lilack,; white, grey and green, also Tan DogBk"(a walklnk gloves. Si7.ca h%, 6, and 7 and'7^ only. Regular -values up to 51.75. AT 7.30 TONiaiiT OCw AL'L at................................ Misses'Tan, and Black School Boots', size^ ,9 to 2, r'eg. ,$2.50 values for Ladies' and Misses' Middy' Blouses Made in plain white Bngiieh Satin finished Drills, witb Sailor ?ollar and Cuffs-trimmed'with-navy, cadet and cardinal,-Sizes 8 to 16 years in Misses and 34 to 38 in Ladles'. Reg-; ular prices $1.25, ?1:B0,'$1.75 and' $2,00. ' AT 7.30 "^Oj* TONIGHT ALL, GO AT.............................. � oc... In the Carpet Dept.: - CURTAIN SCPtiM New and dainty effects in in-: Curtains, Scrims, suitable for -din-' ing room on den. 2.'J cent "The shades of night had .fallens f.ast,; Through the street there *ciulckljf, passed' , .''-5 A youth, who wore on ftis heating' .breast 'y'-'i^-'::.^"?-',. uay �uicn was periqrmea py I'cev. ^ ^ ,^,^5^ crescent, grit"aiid"hest,i. Wm.. Higggs, the bride's sister, Miss i etlihridLro- No 511 ' Ella Wight, s^nff'-i'A tjQrtedt'Day." ^etnbrmi,& jno. oii. . ^ The bride, wh'o^ entered' '"the room; with her father ^to'tbe strains of Lohengrin's wedding., i9,aroh,, , wpjre a gown of orea'ni-'Cham'euse,.silk-, with His brow was glad, and-his^eye-:T3ei-neath -'^1^/.�'"'.--{ Plashed like a falchion Jrom it^ sheath, t mi m DANDRUFF GERM; STOPS ,1^ QtKer? Imitate And Make Similar G|a&rBut: THE . GENUINE and ORIGINAL Dar^%uf ^er?^ *' i^estroyer la Newbro's Herpipicjp ..^he;4tg6Q'vew"of the dandruff germ . I>oi�'t allow .youra^Jf-fto.^b^'^BtjBived by hl^ axpMiip^^ts with a rah-bit,'tiroV6'd'''be7oid'^a' doubt the fl,qtual,-evls,t^enq;etof- this gerrii. .On 'tbe,,;;.^eela^jjJLjthe estab-llshment/'.,'o�*'the' gertn i theory ' W'danttruff'"oaHn^t the discovery * of Neyflii-B' H�rplcide. This was' 'th6''. fltsl' and" "oriBlnal '-of It iB'-'a- slgtH^PAt' fact' that fiJJidW'ir^tfppdg^i^as' a6hI6ved 4ifs? JK$^P//nf. ,''P0Pularl;ty, Otli'fejJS/.iharvetijiRa^^ged-l.'ront .attd shadow lace and pearl.t'rjWiings and '^^^ j^.^ xip thousht,' J'i tTf"f�^' .in -aul^et style .^^^ , j^^^ � \,^^l^.G;alt l|ospital-iRFl a long time,, is sut^cjielitlY�Sy|!:Jil''='^^^^^^^ sew, and she has displayed^viwcii^^^ ability,In making t^e^"s^IS^tqs^^^^^ inucii ill; vogue, at p|;ese.nt. |i^lifilaii'S mufJor'.in'her'cpr^ge. " '.. -.Miss' Forgie, 'tKq^'lady .'sijn|r|^'ieii--! ent, wTib'\t'a&'s al^^^^^^ Snake, � is,;ani;>?^us:. to- get gjjj^-gl/i^pihesj made for hpr, and thinks,,' .that'.4'-some ortli^iJadf-�mm absolutely "guarautQe'it to do ,J . ,..-"''/'4 as'promised'oVs, .rei-und your -^"^ �'W> ^Jio wanted.3ljHi-\"j'ou imagine yourself-Immuno to .honor and- tbe/prompti UtiEp of afU'oiiitnjents. There Is no \itlnulns to the Vlbfchful. The world w|th' all itsf WQu'dO^'Iul offerings giv^a it^ pbolce freelr to the ma'u of his word. ' - 'ic ^BaT,qn^tipie'atV>;oujr^ d�3sk each, dfty -pat pq.tsli and )'pvcis^ apphlntnjpal tfeTpHS^out ^gapljJg^y. In lapt, thp patb \SHI01viAl,E.jp'Ej^'urf' HA� TO'WALk' ON'HER'tOH^-^lg je^ heeled aboes W today. (^1 and ) _ - \ i - '  WHY FASHI hlg;h FORTHOSE W.HO'FAYOP T^HE SPAT EFFECT-Boots"witlHilgli ^lliv^U�^9i!-:(