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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1914 THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY HERAM? MILADI Phones '^ Res.1115 Office 1224 PAGE NINE 1 serve the Lonlsi af Liuiglitcr, I servo tho gort of mirth, 1 tho worlil a liaflcr And yet a gladder earth ; Wlien woes grow tliick and thicker Anil life hcciiis inlty black, l\y magic of a snicker 1 drive the sorrows back. ] serve the Lords of Laughter Aiul, oh, I love to wake Tlio roar that Khakes the rafter And makes the midriff quake ; 1 care not for the flouting Of bards �l)a aneer at me li 1 Call hear the shouting (If great and gorgeous glee ! Oh, may the song 1 sing you l^itt every heavy eloud, Ai'd may I always bring you Clean laughter, long and loud ! .So when I pass hereafter �I'his truth tho v.'orld may tcU, "lie served tho Lords of Laughter And always served them well !" -Berton Braley. * Hostesses tomorrow : :\lr6. K. A. F.wert. -.f w ;!= Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Peters are joiclng ovcj the arrival of a son. . lounge. Miss Ernestine. Mr. and Mrs. ,1. E. Terrill have .Scott ; cut glass marmalade jar, Mr. as their guests the former's step-rao- Elased ; silver toast rack, Mr. and tlier, Mrs. Terrill, of Vancouver. jMis. Venus Scott ; electric iron. Miss * '�' [Lenft Jasper ; silver teapot, Laura .Mrs. Arthur Hayr has igsued invl-, Jasper ; silver curet and butter dish, tations for a tea hour affair tomor- the Misses Mason ; silver butter dish row. land knife, Mr. and Mrs. Witham ; a - I .... - - Miss E. Brown, of guest of Miss St., S. the Hev. Ci. II. Cohbledick, when Miss ICaciiol Jasper and .\Ir. William W. Mendcisoii were joined together in holy matrimony. 'I'iie bride, who was given away by her brother-in-law, Mr. K. A. Scott, was by two bridesmaids, Miss Lena Jasper, the bride's .sister, land Miss Lillian Henderson, the !groom's sister. The groom was as-jaistcd by Mr. W. J. Wade, j The bride looked very charming in 1 her wedding gown of white Japanese I silk with veil and orange blossoms, while the bridesmaids wore coral silk. The groom's gift to the bride was a sot of mink marmot furs, the ; bride's to the groom a gold locket, , the groom's to the bridesmaids, gold i brooches, and to the groomaniau a i tie pin. i The wedding gifts, which were val-' liable and pretty included: a ninety-;four piece dinner set and glasses from i the corporals and constables of the R. N. W. .W. v.; .set of cutlery, .Sergeant's Mess ; eiderdown comforter, I Sergeant Holt; silver teaspoons, Mr. JRandie ; cut glass cruet, Mr. and .Mrs. ; R. A. Wright ; Baby Hen, Master and JMiss Wright ; mantel clock. Miss Lil-re-ilian Henderson; dining room table, 1 Sergeant Brewer ; 'toilet set, Mr. and 'Mrs. Scott if Iva , silk rug, Mr. G. Veidic ; two arm Calgary, .s ths'chairs, Mr. E. Holberton ; electric Schweitzer, Kth reading lamp, Mr. E. MacCarthy ; two fruit dishes, Mr. Russell Banard;' * table centre, Miss Nellie Giles, and a Ur. MacPadden, of Denver, Color- handsome Bible presented by Rev. G. ado, has arrived in the city to sue- H. Cobbledick on behalf of Wesley ceed Dr. Maaon, and will occupy the church to the first couple to be mar-same suite in the Sherlock block. rled in Wesley Hall. " The table was beautifully decorat- The committee in charge of the Au- ed with pink and white carnations by ditorlum club/dance, which will be Mrs. H. C. Handle, Miss L. Hender- lield in the K. of P. hall tomorrow evening, wish- it clearly understood, that both ladles and gentlemen must hold invitations. * lis The following bulletin was issued from Hideau Hall today, prior to the opening of parliament at Ottawa : "Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Connaught.who is progressing most favorably, is not permitted to attend any functions at present. Her' Royal Highness, therefore, will not bo present at the opening of Parliament." ^ * li; Mrs. I). D. Bradford, of Reginii, a: house guest with Stacoy. son and Miss S. Jasper. .\n enjoyable evening was spent and a dainty supper was served, the wedding cake being supplied by the City Bakery Mr. J. Wade acted as toastmaster. Clubs and Societies is The Flower Guild will visit the Gait hospital as usual at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. � >;- * The Ladies's Aid of the First Baptist church met on Wednesday with ....., ., Mrs. E. G. Cooper. Eleven ladies, Mrs. George , ^'^i^e present, and the time was spent � I in discussing plans for the year's Mrs. Stacey was hostess of a dain- '^^ofl''- Light refreshments were'serv-ty tea hour afiair this afternoon in i close of the afternoon, courtesy to her guest. Yellow ohrys- To- �VI, morrow s nariy Morning Sale Is Going To Be A Hummer Ladies and Misses Small Furs athalfprice and less As a flnal clearance to all our low, medium pricftil small furs wo are placing them all on sale at one price tor tomorrow morning from 9 to 12. Scarfs aJid Throws in newest style in f'liina Lynx, Mink Marmot, Orey Lamb, Marabout and Ostrich Feather. Muffs are in medium and large sizes, suitable for Ladies' and Misses and include Skunk-Wallaby China Lynx. Grey Lamb, Natural Rat, Mink .Mar- _ mot and French Marabout. ^ Prices In the regular way $9.00, $10.00 and to 111.60. All on Sale Tomorrow Morning from - if liig.'i class, and scn.sniiahlc nicrchaiulisc at prices tliat represent liiil a fraction of their real worth mean.s aiiytliing to the ('itizens of Lethbridge, tomorrow morniiig'.s special Three Hour Sale will witness one of the busiest mornings we have experienced for many a Jong day. Ladies' Furs, Embroidery Flouncings, Men's Shirts, Ladies' Slippers and English (Lretonnes, are the items in the Dn- Goods line, with a couple of dehcacies in the Grocery Department. All priced so low. thyl we unliesitatiiigly state that articles of such superior merit and at sucli amazingly low prices were never before offered for your acceptance either at this or any other store in the Dominion. Now Men- This is your opportunity to stock up in Dress or Negilgee Shirts Not a desirable pattern or style .but what are represented in this lot. All made from fully guaranteed fast color Cambrics, Zephyrs or Madras. Every wanted plain color sucli as Linen, Mauve, Grey or Blue, also those neat black, blue Or maave Hair Line orFancy Stripes on white ground. Some have laundered cuffs, others with soft, turn-over French cuffs and a detachable collar to match. , up 9 to 12 only, at the Uniform Price of $4.S3 Sizes 14 1-2 to 17-regular values to Tomorrow Morning at from 9 to 12, only ,each $2.00, 79c anthemums and daffodils prettily expressed the color scheme. Mrs. Fred Ford assisted Mrs. Stacev. * =(>>!!� Ht * '',= The Ladies' Aid of St. Andrew's church hold its annual meeting yesterday afternoon with twenty present. This number was made up of visitors and Many indeed -were the friends, who took the opportunity of calling on Mrs. L. 0. De Veber Wednesday on her last formal at home day of the The election of ofTicers tor the ensuing year resulted as follow-s : President-Mrs. A. C. Bryan. First Vicc-Pres.-Mrs. J. Moodie. Second Vice-Pres.-Mrs. \V. Horn. Secretary-Mrs. A. Pirie. Treasurer-Mrs. J. Bulpitt. Executive-Mrs. Shand, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Andrews and the oiTicers. Receipts for tlie year amounted to $548.23, expenditure $408.09, balance on hand $50.14. Plans for the year's work were discussed, and it was dc- Ladies' House Slippers Cosy Felt Romeo Shape House Slippers with Fur trimming ground tops and leather turned soles, French heels, Other in folt with ribbon trimmings and silk Pom-Pom, cushion soles of soft undressecordin�r to report^ received here, the linhaMtants of the valley are f,lee-ing to tihe iiilis, and the igreatcst- anx lety for the safety of tihe district Is felt. No los� of life has been reported. Tho dara Is 1750 feot wide at the breast, backing the water up for three and a h.alf miles, and holding three billion gallons of woter, The dam is ninety fflet high on the outside, sixty-five on the inislde, and Is built on a �concrete foundation sixty feet deep. TJie dam was first noticed to bo cracked by a watohman last nigtht, and ttis morning a large portion of the structure gave way. At 11.20 this forenoon a second and a i'a,rger ibreak occurred, aotwlthstand- in. this city neglnnlng next Wednesday, and lasting for the next succeeding three days. The only real agitation for rural mail delivery in this part of the west was started at Grassy Lake last fall when at the first fair ever iieJd at ti))�t place Commissioner Tracy spoke on the advantages of this syistem to the farmers and to the mercihants in the cities as well. Fallowing this speech by Leth-bridge's Commissioner of Commerce and Manufacture, petitions were circulated In. districts on every side of the city, as it was found upon Investigation that the department would consider the eistabllshment of these rural routes provided they 'were petitioned in this manner by the farmers. Three of these petitions have already been circulated and extensively signed, an average of about fifty names being attached to eaivh petition, that the farmers in olher districts are awolte to the SIR JAMES PRINCESS "PAT" AND HER CHUM FROM ENGLAND-Miss Muriel Wilson, a charming English girl and chum of Princess Patricia, who is coming to Canada to be the guest of the latter at RIdeau Hall. She will be present at the opening of Parliament. The picture of Patricia in the circle is from one of her latest and best photographs. of such a service, and that the matter will come up for discussion at the convention Ig assured by the following resolution, passed by the Table Butte Union ofi the U. F. A., and now In the hands of the central office at Calgary: "Resolved, that the government be asked to establish. free rural delivery of raalil dally, wherever the advautases icauaHy |� settled sufficleutly." GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET Glasgow, Jan. 14. - Watson and Batchelor, cattle importers, report average supplies. Trade was firm at the following quotations : Scotch steers 15 to Itii cent.-; per pound ; frish steers IS to 15 cents per pound; nulls 12i to M cents per pound. .Vew Vorli, Jan. 15.-Regaining some strength hy good steps Sif James Whitney, premier of Ontario, this morning in better shape than he had been for three days. Though any improvement that he made du.ring the past 24 hours was considered as negligible variation in the progress of his malady. Sir James fell into an untroubled slumber at eleven last night and except for short intervals when he awoke and was supplied with milk. While the delirium into which he had sunk every day for short periods recurred ai^ain, the premier showed no sign of sinking into a state of coma, whioh is the beginning of the end, in such o complaint as Sir James i.s suffering from and which his pliysicians have all along endeavored to guard against. GEO. W. Goorge W. Robinson, until recently secretary-treasurer of the corporation of tho city of Lethbridge, has accepted the position of manager of the British Canadian Trust Co. with head offices in the' Conybeare block. This concern is composed of local ijuaiuess and professional'men and has -built up a fine business, since ii coui-nienced yperations here. 13 ;