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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta AVfcliicsilRV. June 18, THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD Page 9 to. Sell U For Bring Your Girl To Her Confirmation Dress CONFIRMATION SUNDAY will soon be hevc and every mother lakes pride in having lier girl at her best for thai important day. During the pasl few days have filled out dozens of girls with drc-wcs; veils, gloves, elc. Mothers lell.us thai our slock is the largest and lowest priced iii the city. No girl loo large, or loo small. Always pleased to show you. Girls' Fine Emb. Muslin Dresses Locdon. June announce- ment ibsl WUIrM WtlJorf Atlrr bid purchased the Morning ntich MILADI EDITED 5Y "INO" PHONE! Oflce 12N R.I. 1111 Girls' (liit while mull, lawn, or voile dreuei. with beautiful de- signed embroidery, flouudngs and some with wlln sashes, cither low or high cock styles. Sizes 2 to 15 years. Tl.75, ?2.50, up to ship In (lie newspaper fill be mide the purchase -n-as A. the to Spec- Confirmation Veils Veils roads up from a splen- did Quality Brueseli N'el, with neat orabVoldercd motll iu cor- ner, extra special values it SI.60 White Ribbon 15c A. good sash Ribbon, pure silt 454 Inches wide, it 25e; also a1 good Sash Hlbbon; 4 1 Kg Inches wide at IwM ease, No barriers to surmtn.nl, contest, 0 Lord, let me not be enrolled with thess Let me with some new work to be ever blest- Clve me some obstacle to rise above, Some cause to keel' ioy soul's cir- cunilerence wide Some goal to striie lor, soxe renun- ciant Lest Self absorb iiuite and use- less piide 1 iMiss Dora Hosers will bhortl) celebrated, honor guest cl Some but idle hands, a life.ol, Mr. I. C. nluse marriage to a stag patty last evening, uhen covers laid for Mr. Uedd, Mr. W. It. Sealle, Mr. F. K. Fisher, Mr. E. A. Knelt. Mr. A. C. D. Blanchard, Mr. Wing, Mr. W. H. lUrris, Mr. Seaman, Mr. Neucorale and Mr. Mcl.ellar.d- At the conclusion ol Mr. Wedd was pie-tented with a case ol pipes, which he suitable acinwl- M. Best. Fresh from the Choicest Gardens of Ceylon. Sold In sealed lead packets to preserve its goodness. Mixed and Green. Saskatoon, June inorniog the Orar.d Lodge session of the Ma-1 rel opened here and delegates 'Catstairs. trom all the and Al- berta as well, arc Coiling fnto the L I f I lUUlkU, .'1133 .UH1MV...... Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Gehni have Ila2en daughter ot Hon. J. U. Ha Irom a visit to Calory and en_ mMsin c( marine, was rnarri' _____________________________ A St. Jobn, S-. U., despatch! states This aiftrcoon in Slapal's i a dainty wedding supper was served Mr. and Mrs. Fraetlrich Ml for Kpiscopal chuub, Miss Matheiine K. Calgary and other northern points Girls' Middy Waists, or the Materials GIRLS' MIDDY BLOUSEB Slrss 13 to while with navy, cadet or cardinal belt ot material --reduced gE to............... WHITE MIDDY CLOTH Two special makes for thesa popular waists. We have only u llrnitei at W.s jpecial price New Materials for Dainty Frocks Always somethlns now coming In. Some of thesa goods are iefr scarce. X' 'Ladies' Home Journal Pattern and ono of our D-.wsmailng fcren, aid sny of the following tha rest is Meteor Crepe Cloth Emb'roldcred VolleJ Cotton FouUrdt 'Colored Dordired Chjmbray 25c. 50c. 50o. 25c. Fancy Crepe Clotrii Brocaded BMk White Piques Fancy Plqu TuMore Clothi 35c. 25c to Me. :._... 35e. city. It is eiptcted that there will be about JCO prestnt at the session which will last until Friday. The opening day was taken up with le- eching the delegates and providing for their comforts during tl'lr so- journ in the city. Mayor Harrison will extend the keys of the city tn the delegates to- morrow vvhea tl.c visiting brethren be here. Tomorrow at 4 p.m. an automobile drue and tea will be giv- en the delegates. Two Young Homesteaders Mr, McLaws, office stall, was a j to Hugh Mackay, son oi W. Malcolm blackay, a pr'ouiir.fnt lumberman I tte Gasj h Jent WM abriliiimt "sitoc m The trUCi was away 'led'.ar.d on their return wilt reside at STOKES-BAEn The liosne ut Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mrs.-Wilbur Kuth, ol Uosthern, Sask., is the guest M Lcr parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Miss Lucile Eetstorci will be a week-end visitor with Mr. and Mrs. Doberer, ot Mad cod. Miss -Dora Rogers lett Ibis aller- noon'fot Winnipeg, jiiyc she will be guest with Hon. Roleil Rogers and Sirs. Rogers. Mr Edward Furlelie, Reeve ot VM tray Iron) the. headquarters' staff Hloomfield.-Ont.i is in tte city visit- ol the Marine and. depart- by her father, hy Batr, 319 Seventh Are., S-, was me. i i Mr'.'and Mrs. E. A. Williamson will be Cafgary'visitors tomorrow, going up hy train in the morning and mot- oring home inMhe evening. The 'engagement is announced ol Miss Eleanor Gladys Reid and Mr. Harry. Manoah Wilton, ol Coaldale, the wedding to be solemnized shortr i i Francis'arrived ,ih the' city-yesterday irom-Calgaiy lo sume his .duties .ol WesJ-j -cdgewood ..dinner Ot- A sumptuous wedding luncheon was erved, Ihe tahle being artistically A and brought them lo. Lethbrldge, e. distance of fifty miles. The preliminary was in progress' at the time ot going to press. V. Poapst aprearing for the accused, while Detectlve-Sergt. Ashe Is conducting the case for the prose- cution. It appears as K the case Would ta'te couple of days, as there are eigh- teen Crown witnesses. Mr.'ano1 McCall of Aglncoun, Ont., who 'celebrated BOldnn wedding iwt'weeV. They are bltusd with nine tons jnd'daugMtn all of whom are hurried. The old people ire of Scottish cfeicenl and, lyp Mr. MfiCAll has retired on a Comfortablo penilon from tho Pucifio Railway, afte M.yeart faithful tirvlcet. Bel6w it ihown the cake decorated with gol 'glfti from their chlldftn. nirtsttf-cfiurcb." Hc'was'accbmpanieli jy. Mrs., Francis and also by Mr, and ft. r U-' i Mr. and Mrs.'Arthur Bayard Smith (nee Audrey who were weeV-- end visitors with Mrs. T. E. Nfale. en'route east, irom Banff, lelt yester- day for Winnipeg, where they will j spend a short time belore going to their future home in Toronto. .Mr. A. Southard formerly of this city, is in the city for a (lays from Los Angeles. Mrs. Soulhsrd and Mils Kathleen are at pres- ent in Victoria. Mr. and Mrs. Shurtleff, of Sher- brook, haie arrived, io the, city to re- slito in future. Mr. ShurtlefE succeeds Mr. J. W. Robertson at the Dank of Commerce. Miss Miriam who has been attending the School ol Music, at Madison, Wis., and Mr. Norris The bride looked very attractive i MRS. Slt-AS R. BARTON, e of the new Ccttgrtsaaan Ntbmsko, Is Ihe only daughter vt n.tw Governor of I_ Hctcalle. A big copper or solid brass tray, round and plain aod heavy, handsome, gift when marked at side tte bride's Initials designed to look like Japanese script. When >ou come to think of It, most wedding gifts are Intended' for the dining TOC-ul. Just as well, perhaps, for If jour taete does not quite coin- clde with the thsy can luck your gifts away on ehelf of the china closet tml no feelings hurt. And speaking of the dinlrg roooi a little silver or copper percolator. Just (or after dinner coffee msiei i de- one in white and greea. Mr. and Mrs. Stokes left oa the hree o'clock train for Calgary, en o'Jte to Stcltler, where ttey will make their future home. The pretty wedilin" gifts testified .0 tte estrem, in which hoth the jride and groom are held. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Altar society o! Sf. Patrick's chuich are holding a lawn social on Thursday evecing oa the church grounds. Supper will be served from Sve to sevtn with the social imme- diately iollowing. V T The Lelhhridgc Willard Union will meet tomorrow the Filth Avenue Baptist, an anti-narcotic program will he given It is especially desirable, that each and every member of the organiza- tion as all interested should MISS ELEANOR McLENNAN Former Lethbridge writer, who Is second yice-'prttldent of the Calory reis Women'i Club. In view" ot the tact, that the Cal- gary Press Women's Club so delight- lull y entertained-the Canadian Wo- men's Press Club on their visit lo Calgary last Friday at a luncheon in Hall, H migh't he. interesting to cote, that Mjss Eleanor McLennan, a former Lelhbridge whose make an ofiort lo attend.this mcst- Dg. former mother is still residing- at the. Vic- is second vice-presi- dent, of'the Calgary club. H is a blight coiricidtnce that Jlrs. B. Cum- also a former resident ol I.cth- 'aad: well known here as "Uno" pi the Lethlridge Herald, was Mrs. Corry, matron ol the Deten tioa Home, requests that anyone having shoes-or clothes, suitable lor hoys Irom 5 to 12 years-, o! age phone her at 1331 the. article, will be gladly called for. The appea Is urgent, and it is-hoped, that a hearty response will be forthcoming The pictures recently purchased.lo the city schools will be oa eihlqitio n the physical culture building 'a iVestminster school today and tpmor row from four to: nine., Those, awn tiave not yet seen the interesting an valuable collection, should certalnl visit the exhibit it this time. time and a bc-aullful basket for fruit. remains. It sometimes happens' that you have a dear woman friend who 13 to marry some one whom you don't know. Tou nanl to give her something for her- self alone. It Is here that the Eng- h fashion of giving jewelry la Ide comes in so handily. You can ve her a pearl or amethyst pendant, hrco'ch that Is a circle of a ar'pin of gold with a In the hire, a pair of gold or silver illpper uckles, and It'will be her very, own yet a smart arid correct Vedding ft If she likes Oriental Jewels be re are many beautiful things .in eml-precious Etones in the shops Just ow. Lapisiazuli, malachite, tourma- ne and Jade afford lovely color le- ectious. On lineua we have not, as yet, ouched. If she Is golug to keep ouse the bride will like, a luncheon- loo fine table- loth with dinner napkins to match; able runners in creamy linen, with filet squares inset, between -meal :eutre-pieces In blue and white em- iroidery, rather coarse: and odd jieces o[ the popular cr'oi.s. stitch- you are a relative or .close, ricnd roa need not hesitate to otfe'r, OF INTEREST TO WOMEN Stoltze, who has be.en in attendance president h'jf, owing to her residence at the University in Madison, are 'Minneapolis slf.w her marriage, he recently resigned as president of spending the summer.vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Stoltze, Seventh Art. Res, the son ol Mr. and Mrs. TL D. who- -was knocked down by a motor, while riding a bicycle near church yesterday received a number-of nas- ty bruises, hut was not seriously in- jured. The liicjcle was almost com- pletely demolished, and H is a mir- acle (hat Rci escaped as he did. Invitatior.s wtre Issued last even- ing (or the first, ol a scries oi sum- mer dazcei to he given by tho teth- bridgc tennis club. The initial dance will be held on Friday evening and will be stiictly Informal. The shitl waist and flannel dunces proved mosr delightful last season and wilt nlr. Snunderi goes to Toronto, SB .lee- retary of the Canadian Life AMtir- W. C. Rowley, as manager of the garr branch litter, vent lo tte Wisalper concern. more intimate setf- Calgary braucli. The Iollowing little account ol Miss :QLcnnan's work will be ol considcr- ble interest lo her many friends TO t Miss McLennan Is society editor ol he Calgary Daily Herald and has ull charge the entile woman's cction..-In addition she edits the Oman's department ol Ilio Westein Standard which' issued tho Special Voman's" number last week. She is throughout Ilio province hrough her "Suashino" department n the doing much ;ood In addition o her journalistic- work Miss JIc- ..ennan makes a point ot visiting per- sonally one family, la' distress every lay. By the" aid 'of her column she las been enabled' to assist hundreds ol lamilies in Vaiit.'both In Ihe city }l Calgary and in Ihs western prov- Her good work has been cs- tended as far north as Athabasca Landing and into Manitoba. Last year the department raised hy public suhscrintion.no Ifas than J2000 lor.a Christmas fund, and over fir.e hun- dred children were supplied with toys and gifts suitable (ot the festive sea- son. In addition, hundreds ol Christ- mac dinners were sent o'Jl. Mist McLennan a.talented writ- er and one ot the most popular wo- man vrjtitl In .Wet bra Cauda. .1 FIUEDRICM-CALDWELL Ths home ol ijr. and Mrs. Mont- gomery Waroer, was the scene ol a pretty wedding at two o'clock 'ycsttiday allernoon, their daughter, Jean Bavis, was join- CHOOSING A WEDDING GIFT For a small'and Inexpensive gift that Is sura to ha liked and treasured there is nothing like sugar tongs. You can gel them In any size and at almost any price, in tho antique shops you can sometimes get a beau- tiful old silver sugar tongs at a very reasonable the bride al- ways likes It Other gifts ID silver that are a little out of the ordinary and thai are rned- (urn in price are: Iced teaspoons, a email can-Ing tet for beefsteaks or birds. jug for hot milk, Individual dishes In flower shapes for -salted nuts, a little silver tray, shaped, like a trough to hold domino suglr a ptpper mill, a Jam Jar, a let ol corn lolders to make the eating of green corn IMS or a horror I o gaze upon, a punch ladle, hers rVocuvres dish with [hree last in glass and silver combined. There are very attractive Ice tub for holding cracked Ice" at the table that may ha had in ellhe pressed or cut, or in all silver. are unusual and useful. As useful and as pret- ai anyone would care to live li good-sized -bowl in come' fine china. J large howl can be uted sslad, for fruit; for flower or 11 a Utlifylnr. piece ot brlM-fer> n the living room. Bowls Mil nj >nd no, bride bul.woul love i big bowl of fiie Dreifei or at towels, One nheeU and pillow casesj v-sntin-co'vered down quilt makes 'f lovely gift. -is" Or K you'want'to give a tmmll piece of you-might chooiV' 'round mahogany, tihle, with a tip-up top or one' ot Ihe small; size gate-lei tables that are so UMril.r- foot stool covered with a. piece of soil toned wool tapestry; or fln'stand Inlaid or sot u your.pocliet-p iook.warrants; or a'mirror Jrtmed'-in- mahogany or gold; or oae of. tte. love- ly reproductions' of chairs in painted-wood wlth.''a, TMQ. aL-----------------' i of alMhere are the thingn yen ould not: give. .Don't give plctjirei, less the bride htrselt them Ih the groom's full tpjcovil. The erase wedding plclure II a rse to many an otherwise bappy arriage. Don't give books, ain, the happy perwMlly leleet em. Atd .bookt lot weeding esent things anyway. Don't'live pieces of wouldn't ke it If Eome one elie'i Uwte.pre- imlnatcd In your houie. D6a'trgtye .ndlestick's, becauM.20 other'peopla'- .11. Don't give a ody.ever liked I l.nip.ifoie one ad seleoted.> 'v'-iV. And last of y n ve it Sd.lf It tbe! ed in marriage to Mr. Fred Sheldon, N'orlh Cotlport or eren an wtre, each as the lovely ri with which are So many people give is we ding gifts that U It bird worth while to think of them p, albic unless you can glre one tb his a special Individual (ouch, piece of white linen or damask, w Rev. C, Otant, o( I-ethbrldge, per- formed the cetemony In Ihe presence gl .tie. immediate'Itmlly, U cnn bt frnrncd under glass In hogany with rllver handles or In gr maple irlth MBdlH 14 t don't llki'-jfwr Sift asd ick It In some dark hare ard feelings. It o for their jonri, nd If It tbeto >hea hey eee It, n and try to mofe wiiely Am ef TaUeStk. it h pun any grocer he will rive van WiodJor SeJt mry time. Not beMaM it U deti DKIOK tie know that Windsor 8tK their emtonert, H UflNDSOR If ?ia SALT ;