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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta "Friday, .Time 28, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MILADI 'EDITED BY "INO" .184. 1111 i'1'lio thing is lq( jet things "gill, Mill all our leading and all our light i ,1'hc hardest lhin.5 in >lhe world to- day Jit to do things just the propel1 way .The hardest thing, on .the mile io keep up heart with tlic .world and smile. ,Thc hardest thing, is to do things so .They'll know they're when coutc to Unow, 1 he hardest thins 'is. to hattie fair Whfn flip othei Irllow nuj ncicr caro the liardear thing is to guard one's w'ljj Kroiu makinij 'ybu do life's hest_ things ill -Selected .Miss Ursula to spend 'Arc-Wet Icuvcs on Tups- vacation in thu ,Miss Mary- has gone where slip will months. Allen .returned "from .vacation' spent at Frank. Addv leaves ouMbnday for Nel- son', where she will muiitha visit for two '.The .Misves Sharmaii will speiid the summer holidays at the coust cities. Miss Unrclic and Miss Dora Nim- inoiis leave shortly to speiul the sum'incr at the Arrow hakes Mr. mid Mrs. A, Southard and Alias Kathleen Southard leave on Sunday morning on an extended visit to the east. They will visit Quebnc, Montreal. Njnv York, iiiul other Preliminaries of the tennis Lourna- Mr Mrs t K 13 Shaw l foi Banfl, uherc thej Mrs Thpth, of anil Miss fJr'ay left this afternoon to visit in Calgary fot a week Mr. and Mrs'. 'B. n. McCa'rty left this afternoon -on ten days' visit' to Calgarj, Uanfl and Mrs, A Ctn BUnchard and "Miss Ncalq tea houi hostesses hat the 'Cotmlrv Club tomorrow Mrs J) t. and children, of guests with Mrs. lload. t -Mrs. J; II. Wallace and Miss.Mahel Wallace returned from a short, Milt with Mrs St Grace, of Medi cine .Rat; Mr. mid Mrs. A. K. Uunlop leave tomorrow montlu' vacation to Boston, Montreal' and Mrs. IX A. Simpsoa. leaves M-cclf for the oust to visit.points western Ontario, Rev. Dr. and Mrs. N'eil, ol Toron- to, arc guests Tor, a few days- -with Mr. Slaflord. This MeiniTg's social (Mentis the 'shirt waist and to be nvcn the I ethhridg? Tennis club the S 0 K hall Miss. Bennett leaves" tomorrow for Edmonton, where "she will be engag- ed for the next three weeks marking papers of the departmental examina- tions, Miss McNiab will spend the holiday in'Frank and on Wednesday' go to Carniangay for a'short visit after join the club Mrs. MjoRae .Ifaves, Wednesday on an extended trip to the cast, will- visit Chicago, New .-York, Itoston, Montreal and other points rfc CI M Hatch _ presented with the first bouquet of flowers picked from? Gait-park by Mr. Mitchell, park superintendent Miss Lombard, of Minneapolis, who las been visiting with Miss Edith j will be-Miss Downer's- guest at Westminster House for, some.time J 9 An ensemble recital will be held by the pupils of tnc I ethhridgc Conser torv of Music in the Conservatory auditorium" tomorrow mencing at three-thirty. mcnt were played oft at the t courts last evening Miss Kimmons and Mr. H. U. Shaw winning over Miss Hlack and Mr. Tinncy Mrs. R. H. Shaw and Mr. Seamiu defaulted to -Miss Uarassin and Mr, Hunnett, Tea will served as usual al the courts tomorrow Miss Dorothy H. Chipman, second daughter of C. C. C'hipman, sioner of the Hudson's Hay company, was married vp-sterday at St. Paul's church, Kniglitsbridge, Kngland', to Hoswcil Colt, of New York and Mont- rtal. Ambassador and Mrs. Whitlaw Held, Lord and Ladv Strathcona and other prominent present. v personages were "When the Wedding Bells Are Ringing" There should be a thought of the h olm e nest, the cozy residence, in which the new life will be made or marred. Here is where our respon- sibility begins. "So much depends" on the right beginning. The Right Kind of Furniture fs bought, not Jor clay, nor a week for .years and years. Il should be bought, first it must designed right, construct- ed Viglit, furnished right. That's Our Kind of Furniture And thpt's the tind invite your inspection "before or after'1 the, Happy -Day. Come in and VH'iue the (hings you require. Per- hfipsyou will find you can spend more on your redding tour. Many Interesting Things We Are Now Showing for the Summer Sea- 'Exceptional Values, Too I -We pay freigljt on ou( of town shipments. you used' our 5Iagi6 Furniture Polish. Jf not.cali and get a sample. BAWDEN BROTHERS Avc. 8. Phone At the Church of the Redeemer, t'algarv, on .lunc the .Rev; Dean I'agst unitrd in the hoi) bonds of matrimony Clara Clinc, daughter of the late Pilot and Mrs. Richard Wine of St. -John, N. Hv, and Charles Ilrnry Gilroy of Mac- Alberta, conductor on the K. A pretty wedding was celebrate'd on Wednesdav at Rrti Deer at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Markle, when their daughter, Miss E. K. Markle, became the wife of Rev. J. B; Fran- cis, -of Pleasant Heights, Calgary. A very pretty .wedding took place the Central Methodist church, Cal gary, on Wednesday, when Effic Louise Johnston, daughter of Mr: Johnston, of Lundbreck, Alberta, be- came the wife of Walter-. Stanley Knight, son of' Mr.- and Mrs.. A. H ior tl future. Mr Brjden pieadics his final se mon as minister on Sundar night is understood that the are anxious .to" secure Rev. Cameron afe minister He or preached one Sundae, but the peop werc_cielighted and he will have tl iciusal of a call Uc is on an au merited charge at Scott, Saskatch so thai ihe salaries m bo churches arc ,the same The onlj di ferencc is the opportunities come to a minister in w orking in citj as compared with a vrrj sma town; ers in every Department for Saturday, the last shopping day before Suits-great reductions Ladies' hot weather garments Of Interest to Women It it. seldom ui these The Dundee Courier, that unpublished poem of the great .poet Hums comes to light. But iMrn. -John Moffott, Ht Vudicu's, is tlif hippy possessor of such. The poem below tvas co pi (id by Mrs. iMofiatl.'s atlirr, lato Mr. -lOiUviinl Sauder- ton( well-nigh I lilt years ago. 'Ihe -verses arr iircfaccd .with 'oliowihg words: "Composed hy tobfrt Hums, aurt prrsrntpd to thfi nobleman a44nv.te4 .upon being califri 0 ha up from the haU he had bccn'SSnt along uith them) to add to ihe entertainment of his company, along mtli wine company he had to an excursion to the5 Babs Rock presenting which, he put on, hi turned on hiu heel The are as follows "Mv Loid, I would not fill you f chair, _ Iho' jc he proudest noble's heir 1 came this night to join youi ff-as As equal of the hesl at least 'Tis true that cash with me is scant titles trifles that. I want The King has never made me kneel To stamp nn manhood with his seal But ttlutof that, The King on Who took less pains v.iih jou than I filled mv bosom and mv. mind With' something better in Its kind Than our broad acies, something, which I cannot lianslate- to speech But by its impUbe I can know 'Tis. dECtis, not mrth, that make mm low Yolir rank, mv Lord, 'is but a loan But n-ine, thanK Heaven, is all raj own peasant, 'tis my pride to be Look round and round jour hall ami see Who boast1; a highei pw'igrw E was not fit, it to duic JVith lhccc heroes fine But onh tame to band) jebtb Among, Lordship's hopeful guests. rHere. must be here some sad mis- would not play for such a stake. JD a. buu'oon for drink and meat, And >a poor Karl's tax-paid scat i dies, mv heart, ere such a shame toscends on Robert Burns' name THEY TIE UP THE BUILDING TRADES Winnipeg, lunt1 !3S ruche luimhcd mpn carpenters in Winnipeg will their tools at 1 o'clock HSat- rday, diMiiaiids for an in- se in of 10 cents an hour are by the employers, he mm dt'mand a ilu-liour iluj n .Saturday, instead of eight- hours s (wo most glur ins months hi the olidays. Now-the Jast day. of school bofora 1000 yds, of Lace from 2c up Men s Shirts, reg. for Chldn's Wash Dresses 95c up the holidays is a joyful in the life oE any fnllblooded child, but hen circus day comes on top of that, then there is jufet cause for a celebra- tion extraordinary And the bovs are having it, and. are making It public in a tbe holldajs come HAS ALBERTA A BIG GAS BELT? DISCOVERY Of FLOW AT LEADS TO BELIEF THAT (IT HjU t Kdmonton, June town of Toflold bas "shuck" natural, gas V" well drilled by the corporation a flow estimated !eet pei Uentj-foui hours A- ilow of such magnitude'-would-indicate .'.the' probable existence' ot unlimited quantity in the underground rcver- olra, and ailablc by the slmpla process of boring more notes A flow of such magnitude in tail location uould suggest that a "gat belt" (traverses the ou well dressed for six months, or shabby foi the latter three months And the thing applies to jou wear from jour shoes to your hat It makes a lot of difference whether the man 3011 htiy fiom is icath behind his merchandise or merely behind his counter. And whel r jou aie bujing for nualiU or Tor price, man behind merchandise is .tho only trust. But what you want to know is how to 1ell them apart And the onlj sure waj is to trifat the men who go on record and the others. The man who advertises gives you his bond of good faith. He signi his name to what he sajs If he doesn't Ihc up to his claims jou've got something to como back at You can put 50111 finger on him. You'know where he's nt. The man who doesn't advertise 1ms uothiiiK to lost1 and he Ib liable Io be less careful of what- he does. Tliia (tines the .uhpitifeuipnts of meiuwlio the courage 10 bland batl. of Ihfti ineKhaniUae So It la foolisli U !nka tilimices Vhon iliftrc is iuJthhiH to aftin. t '.t It is fui hiifot to lliioii'jh Oih paper, look ovei the tfslng news; lend wfnti ilmse uu'ii Jo and makt; jour of all jou .ne Koinj, fiom their Thc> HIP Iho In every UPO of Is to asBume tnat ihe things they offer will be ;