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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta If) 12 THE LETHBKTDOE DAILY HERALD M1LADI Offlcu, 1224 EDITED BY "INO" PHONES: Residence 1111 Artistic floral were carried out in a profusion of ferns, Across tho tlireshold lud, And every tear kissed off as s.ooit. as, shell; Ills housi she enters, tin. it to ho .1 light, Shining within, when all is night A guardian angel o'er his pre- siding, f Doubling Mm pkasnies aild cares dividing. KogUb lltinian Life Mr. and Mrs. L. McKonzie have returned from a three weeks' visit at the Pacific- coast. Dr. -McGillivray, missionary Shanghai, is a sliest With Rev. 0. andi-Mrs, Cameron while in utj Hie legular.'Saturddj tea bo served at tbe courts to- when a.-large number of .tbe club art eipteted A tV and nMrs Lj tie left for Pinchor Creek vcstcrdav afternoon. A" groat many friends were at the depot to. big them wish them all bappu esb m tlioir now home. Mrs E A Lunmpgham amU Kelson, who were Ibecc ,tbo hostesses at the Oountrj 0lub1 tea> which was bu account ol tho '-inclement weather last Satur- day will preside at tbe tea Comoi- row Invitations have lieon" issued by the executive committee of the Leth- brahch'of ;-tlie Overseas club garden, party to-be the 3iome of Mr. C. F. P. Coavbeare, "Rnenleufl on Uednesdaj, June ,2.6th, to meet Mr. Evelyn Wrench l-lic guest was wearing a mod ish uostiunt; of cerise nirton veiling i white embroidered gown, IniliulLil in tin gutst list welt Mrs W.' H.' Keatle, Uliss Miiwbucn, Mish Dowiiur, Miss ''.Hatch, .Miss Nealo Mlib IULUII in, Miss Rogcit, Mibi> A' Fal- kson, "Mis-i Conjheait ami Mibfj drceii (Ldiiionton) and on- ratl, Power, IJcehy, Lewis, Cfbogiii Hobcrlsoii, Gil Ms, MuClinton, .Fislicr, Harris ami Through the kindness of Mr. W. L iVilson, in lending' his lawn.for the event, the International Order ot Twruilars mosVsVifcCflss- tul ice cream social last euuing Sou third delighted present a number of phone" selections. Everyone appeared to have a per- fccllv gbod tuna whic'i augurs well foi the picnK to the run bottom which the 'Order, "will give .oil July 1st further pirticnlars of which will lie fliinouiie'ed later. The sum of twenty, dollars was which will fro towards pag- ing for a charter and other of the lodge Mrs Kelson's pieltj home on1 Hlh Si thronged visitors dur ing the closing hours of Jue dftei noon yesterday, on the occasion ol, her first reception since coining to Lethbridge. Pink eaniations effectively1 decorat ignicri gramo p.ilms, potted planlH tlic Jlr-st fifteen Jinws beliiK marked for (lie guests with tulle and similax. Mr. Huron, organist of Knos Jtriilesninitt's eurnations, white nopjites and Imfoy'H hreatli, Of Interest 'to Women THE MONTH OF liRIUKS lij ttall frltson The hard his and on Mrs. McLachlan '.was handsomely Downed III; willto1duchess satin ed, in black with hlack Spanish lace tunic and while point lace toquu his Meed rld.s, and of ibureh, reiidcicd line ospre) and elintors of TicnUi booming 10SeSl am! also blooming uiiUrlw diuliiK (ho anlnil ot the flowpis, roses jatlU) thcu boft. one hundud and lift) guests Wl, Uns tuning i MS in imp and bra'u- airav, oulblush I'loinpll) it tho appointed horn' coming costume of soft black saton iho flowers upon then uedding daj Hit budil inteiud tho s.icnu jtt uid lace garniltiic blue skjcs holding o'er them, no (ihllro fo tin ituuns of LohPiiwui's1 Mis 'lollnigtoti, was thauuiiigh to anmn, ill Hit Wedding Mateh, plajed bj Mi a dllc wnitc world before UIPMI 4 world ot light old dame smiles and through furtive i ssei> she' uou in long gone Ihe old men Badly ponder on. brides they UKCI! to know in bra ic back jou- --the iliis of long ago Ihcv hate .'nos aboie llieni, the budes who blush, and hlgoin, and the world loics ilt'n ind not a thuad of hlootn 1 uish that token ot im might fulfilled and hot a norc lie binKci) that gentle bosoms thrilh 1 iho horp ot lift should bend ijfirth a doitful liinc, arid peace F rmmmng should walk forncr. with blushing1 1 in pilesl peach raiab hi ides of ,Ii nt I wish I to I sihei p.i-i-iinnJiierie iaght girl flitnds of Hie hridcamU A Soulliauj, Inultd to 1Iie tbe biidesmaid piecedecl the bride to jfnv IP v i t onijucuous'among the magnificent of was a handsome vase, hj the Calgarj Women s 1 ress C lub, ot flinch the bride ic vice No mrfltrrhbv manj peifectfons man get1 in'one be' im agmes ibcrc, is something else he nnghtiliiie gotten if bo had kept on experimenting a little longer ttlicn a rmn clings to a woman for more ihnn ten be ica- "-onablj sure thit it isn't a; grind president, a siher tea service from passion, but i grand menu which has the Ciliran Telegram, a beau anchored lum t tiful entree dish from the .Associated; rtpcoratcd wiih pilms, ferns similar I Canadian Home Jouinil under the and blossoms, which included pink pen name of Genrj Vllen Moore Cbarili's of Cilgan and an lliere is nothing conuneing about lite centrepiece iiom Mrs Seaman, this snaing weather wlo edits 'Around the TTeirth' in the i'lelc s nothing ieal THE BEAUTY OF SUNLIGHT is that every garment Washed with it bears the impress' of purity begotten of sweet, cleansing oils, and main- tained by absolute cleanliness in purity exalted by the co-operation of workers in unity of A purity demonstrated by the Guarantee" which rests upon every 5c. bar of SUNLIGHT SOAP. The name Lever on Soap ii a Guarantee of Purity and Excellence! Sc. a bar at all and Stores. but then, com mcmg about tiling more, irom nikini; to diamonds, or kisses to buckwheat cakes. 34, FLOWER DAY AT THE SCHOOLS This was flower day in the schools aii-il'thfl-children who 'took seed home nt Easter brought back today, a dis play of flowers "and vegetables which would do credit to a horticultural so- ciety show The leaching or nhnt We to the cIliiSTen is haying remarkatite-results and the practical side of it was ah- nn'dantly evidenced today. There were two exhibits, one at" the Central arid one at the Westminster schools The classes were sliown the