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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ONE JUNE BRIDE Ai Told By B.D.T. In An Little Sketch MRS. JfM CANUCK !'a Word and Picture .'Vom Many OF CANADA tSKS CANADIAN BABY CHRISTENED Af-NEW. PORTRAIT OF THE HOPE'6'F John Amery is His Name, and He. Had Liberal and Tory God- t Duff-Gordon and Mrs. v Corby's Back in London From the-.Continent. ,15V DOWAGER. quite new in the of clubs will bo experimented; .with, in the United Counties j.Club, which is to be opened here in 'a .weeks' time. Though you could inot from "the name, it" Is to "bo a club lor animal lovers of both! hat; taken a cure ut a German "spa. .-sexes, and its novelty will be spacious ami 1 am pleased to hoar that ho has .uiid luxurious accommodation for the gained a great deal of benefit thore- canine friends. Poor Fidol from, and has practically recovered tho grounds. The rooms arc furnished [y represent spring, summer, and autimiii. Winter has no place. Mr. .J leiiry- Corby .of. Bolie- vilk- Imvo arrived In London after a rather lengthy stay in Germany. Whilst on tho .Continent'Mr. Corby been sternly barred from every .other London club up to and If .i-you go past the entrances of an iifter- you can see many of the. poor tied up outside, anxiously .look- ing for among, the membc as.they come out. nothing like this i new club. Splendid premises, hai Vbeen taken in Berkeley street, lookir on the lovely grounds of Devoi shire master, or mistres br.both. and dog-march in togethe everything being provided for the '.comfort and happiness Inside. "Will 'mailer hobnobs with his c mistress sips her fragrant bohea. Fid descends to a large and airy basemen friends-and enjoy club..lift the comfiest of kennels'-fo hmVahd to minister t his wants, or see to his toilet If h does not feo! im to-the mark ihnrp i a veterinaxjr surgeon who will fee uhis pulse, while nearby is a buffet, con taJning the favorite morsels of hi menu, .wherewith he can refrfesh th Inner animal. This will appeal to manj vrcmen; Who, ''at present, often forfef or. tea when they are ou( owing to being obliged to part with their pets during.the meal. Here, .too 'accommodation for' giving dogs' tea-parties, canine devotees. so popular among A great deal of Interest has been aroused this week by the evidence giv- en before Lord Mserey's court of In qulry Ihto.Vtha disaster Sir CoBrno and Lady Duff Gordon in connection alleged to have happened In the boat In which tnej were of Lad> Duff GTrETon B EnBllsh and Canadian friends arc deeplj Indignant at the attacks have been made on her and those -who" know her well tell of the Jtindlv ronslderation which erns hei actions In her -nlth the emplojes of her establishment in Lon don and the frank and open hearted in-inner in which she deals fllth even the veriest stranger Lady Dqff Gordons career has been remarkabb activ e one in raani J.WBJS is the daughter of the late? 3Ir Douglas Sutherland of Toronto and is best knowri perhaps as the great Lucille {ivho creates gowns and maintains th-tt the> should be made lo express moods It Is some eighteen >ears since she founded the, noted Court dressmal ing establish ment which his now grown to be one of the largest of its kind, .with branches in London and "Sew TorK In another direc ion her sister Is eoually, famous. She is EUnor the celobratea novelist, in -1892 ranr "ied Vr Clayton a -n cirknow n Tssex landowner In London she ha a flit at the Rftz and a charming countrj place in Essax Mrs Glvn does all her writing in a pavilion in TAFFETAS IN THE PANNIER health, -AVhen In' Germany -Mr. Corby was much interested in tho i riculturul methods In vog-uc there, will bo remembered that some year ago h'e director ot" the Agricul tnral Exhibit ion .Association of On tario. Miss. Concert. XI EXT month. IMiss Tthoda Simpso 1 V of Winnipeg, whose success i London as a violinist 1 told you of few weels igo is to i recltii n btelnw tj n uj imdcr tht pttn.ii aut. of Lord and L Stnithcona am ind Mrs J Norton Criftitht, Simpson who it fatujlng with be mother in I ondo i it, looked upon i one. ot tht most proficient drtn-tei, u Quite nn little place the uther-d tv when John men was chrKtencd in the ot the of Commons Sir Jol n Simon the Solicitor General and Air -L Smith the Conservative Ml od as godfathers It pit ising to ncU how Parliament irj antigonists n soiJi] life to Mr who in orn ene win have remain warm friends Greenwood a mirriag Ameo v. is attended bx M j IK ot Commons mles. In-this'connection .uu imv ipted that Air 1- E Smith appeareu his week for the Hon Winston Churchiil in his libel cnse THE VRQyc MEX. O blacl i broken i teeth tknocked was his e-ondi- Ipn., speaking broadlj Cood havers lennrked riend have vou been doing IThe other declared the rulsed one. in answer to the ques 'my ffirl she would never larry a man unless he proved himself brave man. 'So I hired two men to .set upon me he. night, when she was with me. Tes, and what happened9 '.Well, It was a dark night, and when: against "me. I went fori look at me! You see." hei "I had -tackled n ruitetijv.-.-chaniplon by mistake. M. 'o chaps came' up ten minute ter! (THE KING OF THE Queen Wtlhelmma of Holland Prince Henry and Princess Juliana The little princess who is the heiress of tha Dutch throne was yoars on board wanhip Hunskerk old on AprM the Sphere THE BOOK OF WEDDING DAYS ______________________________ V The Most Wonderful24 Hours in the World at Last Arrives at Hetty's Farm Hiram's Big Dau, Too Shewing a fetching ent of tht taffttaa on front of T i> U I HE sun had smouldered up fiom behind the eastern lull had cleared itself of mists and ed forward into the Most Day. in the World, when the robin cut through the morning air like the first notes of. his own hymn, sailed to the cherry, tree in n. curve no air-man will ever'touch, and 1 flashed into soft skies of June, the green of grass still1 pools in.the forest; and of flight, arid last ot all, because it was tho'-best, he san'g.tlm old, old song of For he Was there to ake the. little the .grey farm-house, at- the command of. the-Angel who keeps tho Book of Wedding Days if the robin had not rome down to tell her Ifetty would have tnown as soon as she.opened hqr eyes. There .Is In Woman a something that files pursuit cvcti-while it courts it. i something that' .-means'.a startled >eatlng of wings, u'mad terror of-tho eiptivity It longs for. knew: T3y tno queer tight- ening of her heart that this day's.stin vasj'lhat for which all other suns .were nade. l''or it she had sawed and eni jroiaered; for it 'she had bought ihe Ittlo trunk that stood at the bottom of her bed, and packed it with dresses! and 'dreams. And now had' thought of it brought a faint ness that made the girl hurry through the empty, :'swept'. and gar- nished as she couid remember' it since babyhood, outt into the awakening sun- shine of the .orchard. There was one tree -that had been the diea-n tn.o aluajs Ever since sno i.ould clnpb vvlnth was ptacticallj co incident uith hei walling lletty had found her w i> up into tht, gnarled branches of that corner apple tree that was so old it; wouldn't 'and would 1m e bi-en cut dowi long igo if it hadn't been for the one girl In a family of five boys, the girl had read Hans Andersen in it, had- learned to hem a flannel petticoat in the crotcl of the big branches, had smuggled more than one-'Laura Jean Libbey ro- majiee into the; shade .of .its leaves how nntT thcj d line one and as to monocle thecc t i man in the county could seo is far as llfram specs or no specs so there when you camo to really, doing thingV Hetty would like to see Rupert turn a furrow against. Hiram, know who would win eien if ho did have red hair and freckles. l sa> Her.' -Tl Bobs voice rang out ic-oss the spaces in advance of him as doun the orch ird with old hiif, and barking lound him said the touneest Dm and -secretly hcio none other thin Where she had thrilled over the hero- ine's beauty, sobbed at. her ments. exulted in her final snubbin of the villnines ped the imnlj the like 'of whoin.'.would-shc' wed; whe her skirts slid from her boot tfip6 to tyi anltlea and (Ucl her hair up O in tno old scat the In between VOTIS strangeli e Tile roaring- cltj the; Biggest Store' where -'she', had sold lact, the homeslcknesij and misery of first hall come, she was deadly, deadly afraid, ofr It! bedroom davs the sacrifice of Very quickly and silently she dress- II n11 for coulltry where" she ed slipping on tho old blue imj toolt caro oi- hrother Tom's children she ivould hive worn hid thin Afondaj wore, unrealities, been wash Instead of weddlnc, d iv thing _. How 'tho stairs creaked, step on tho inside of each though one might! Thtafrs as she wab told and did the last things with a iinilt -a vtavery fa mile sometimes but still a smile. Then- she dreamed, herself, in- the white muslin gown fin- ished" yesterday, ,drevv on the new white sat content while ma cried a little .downstairs- J ha s the one triteilj of nest building. -There, arc always molhers on every page tho Ansel turns in the Book of Wedding Days t necessaree to Mm One pound, ut. lean beef is added, tied with String, it may. bo pulled o'ut again at the end'of two hours The soup' take six or seven lioii'rs (he chef tells jb two hours pas-5 l .he beef. l make salad, croquettesi ash.' pay t'eefty cents "or hoem. Zat is "75'per'cent, -profit, and the chef haVe made his soup.with Then the vegetables jou iki. wiipper) in a s-um muslin ite ilso suspended in the" t ana' the alt AA lien t tt ees done B ij s Spv Oi eel be cleat as a distilled i i er and keep it veu hoil veiy dav in summei every tvvu thiee t> in vv intei The next item in ,tjfe: dcnionstratldn s beef cooled In the Inpei bag then tew of mutton, where" 4 Ibs. of the neat paprika pepifei salt tlio hint Ho may have been slovenly before, he won't be after. Ho will not have that other man cast in his teeth. A Pint-Claw Slave. AM> he unites a ffirst-class slave; he will clo as bidden in nine cases out of len. Why' -In case another manifs the chance "of .obpying tha ladj' ISo foar of a Hnl bein without an escort If her is, i jeal ous man. Why? 'He' won't" allow her to visit unless he iteompanies hei he pftjs raihvaj eibror bus fares bo to fetch her home if it is impos Mble to her lo the house she visit-5 he is alnavs on the sprit ready to do anything rather than..have Ins ladj iov e attended to bj other And love! Well, the jealous man res'.violently." IsJond of be 3 ardentlv loved a jealous; Tnan is c one for her; man loves'30 'iercel-c-jas does lv.po there aluijs a msst fai n vill stand a great "deal1 the maid he far, than ivill tha he can turn, and vhen he does be (juite certain that vithin but a short'time he will hate as eiventlj as'befurej he loved The Wife in Bondage 01 course ac a liusband he is not all that be desired Jealousy die at the "altar1, rails it- is :a 'perennial evergreen, :-and in married life nnj be a factoi pioduc live -much- nilsehief. The. Jealous short, .develops Into the, jeal- ous husband, and-he .is a trial, of that there need be no doubt. His vvlfe is provided with a I ceper and a guardian SJie inai not do tina or that without her husbands p imis sion else great bother it, j-mc. to u 1 low She is thenjieillj tied is eetheTrt she could dietxt as a she is .diytaied lo. A DERBYD4Y TAILOR MADE "QIIAXCES BARRED, IV persuasive cheap jack ended his harangue by offering a bright now shilling for sale. 'Here, .ho said. In his most businesslike voice, "Is a perfect likeness of King George in solid silver, l-'ast and thick came tho bids, till at last a small boy's trebls mado Itself heard. 'Elevenpence for ho cried, and no ..bno seemed inclined lo go any higher. 'It's yours, my tittle said the cheap jack. "Where's your. eleven-1 'Take It out o' ijlve me the "plp'tail the youngster.' BUT It Is when malting an omelet that-tho chef attains-hia maxi- mum likeness to the inovmt pic turc firc-departmeiit-chUrge-dovvn itie- iin-street- 'The other he "I read in a newspaper, an" my hair come' Hko L porcupine1 wile saj cos and I cry, tho terrecblc thing r road' v good omelet 1 minutes' to make! Such heresy is .'enough to pi the of- fending journal's type forever and cvei for Lchold miles i plu pci Feet, omelet in three Jiffies, and a half in an olneleL pan costing 11 cants tJMt uiS j-lrctdj Uun6hed Too equ illy plu icrCecta on this mundane sphere? Buttei an let si77le till rub a slice ot onion in it "or two second1- an nobod> wed mow c then w hisk foui ilto throw in chopped parjlo> black pepjxu and salt toss intj tho ian and for all -vou io worth Me I would h omelet ill tin vox- to tht fiont dooi m it >ut Arsieii doesn't spill a drop! Smfl- debonair, ha slide's tins plnper- ect onto a hot platter and it's a pity vc aicn t i company of crovvnci icids lo do it justice I go out fcelfiffc, verj little i Qultlnlt mako that omelot if you" gavo But; then, each one tn iis L would jtrobably jab tho managing In tlie cyo It be tooto to a pencil BLT1Y t For Cleaning Day wav clean a cirpct swuepor N'fo remove the brush and after taking oft all the hairs and llil r.uti-Jl; welt "With a-cloth .wet In kero (coal Oil) Le he brush remain In the air till has'evaporated. Iha sweeper will leave the carpets and rugs Iookfng0miich brijThtor after tlilg treatment. for, keeping tiiist' out of closets where there arc. no sills under tho some vvoatjier slripping'With i felt -edsrc. not rubber, and .nail it lo the! Ij'ottom of the "doors on the inside. Tlir feU shotlld .jiiflt touch the floor. There .will 'not be cnaug-li resistance to Ufi. tlioxldors tin-J the dual.will Out! i -is- -V H .i, f Sctn at Epsom Ouwns oth-r clay A natty iutt ct black ind whils affetas, with black, unJ white I act- ;