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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 1:*hursday'March 20, 1913 THE l/ETlI^BRTJ)#?j! DAILY HERALD Pageg Before and alter yo|ir SOfli birthday �^walch your llfliirc^ Today's fashion^ enhance the necessity of skilful corseting to disguise where art .is helping nature,^for the styles prescribe a' natura seeming figure, an almost corsei'tless jeiFect, and: this result is most successfully attained by,'this year's models of the farnoq? D. & A. and La';piva. Corsets.;, D. & A. jind La TDiva  Gorseta, thanks to absence of dltiy. and splendid manufacturing facilities sell at from gi.oo to gj.Oo less per^palr. than imported one? and being made specially'for Canadian Women they give more comfort and longer wear 'business men^ I&st tiight were giiests !' of Grady Bros.: in Grady's Iiall* At jiine o'clock tlie-guests sat down 1 to a ! ^mptuou's repast; served in excellent stylej tyhioh was jironounced the best ' ipt;-Its :lcind..oyejf: seen in Warner. 4*' go^&lu^ion o� the dinner, D. R. yatos aetqd 'aS toast;naster, and a galaxy q{ : orators did_ justice, to ^ a well arranged itoast list'^ 'Many ex-*;a'spJon^M i^iraie -is f reported by all present.-' - - A -Short-Jaunt- W.D. Finley, ^eci^etarj^ of the As-sooia^e.tBoardB ,p'�v Tjrade,. went east to .Taber" oii--;biisIng6"s'.fhlft'-'mornlhg, returning this afternoon on the local,  IWacleod Politics ' .The Conservatives of Macleod meet Saturday next to name a candidate. Several are after the honorT The Liberals meet next Tuesday. So. far.the orily names  heard :are Mr.i W. Mo-Donald, ba^rfste/'and Mr. A. >!?. Grady. It| i' unddrs'tood^; that. %lr. i'atter|on, M. .p. P., d.oes'not expect'the Conservative nomina'tion and may ruw as an Independent. � a ...........- � TO CURE AiiQOtD ;IN>.PNE PAY ' Take LAXATIVEJ BROMO Quinine Tablets. Drugglatd refund- money If It falls to cure. B. W.; GROVE'S Bignature on.veacjj; .ibo^j' 2Bq; , . Your-shoes are the last, th^^nfsRing tpuch to your Easter maKe-iipf.; ;�- ., ^.Tha'atyle, "of course, must be right, or else:the"'de$}r.ea-effeijt � -isilost^v.-lxo matter how expensive your gown'or'?hat-'�may'>bb;-lt your-fo'ifJtwaiir. is not In absolute keeping,' your ifashion.'>efforts go for na.tight, ' . . i ^ � , > ' � \ . 'We are showing tho grandest assemljly'ofv- . r.i ^ '.r ', tgaster ahoes wehave ever Invited you'to'see. " ^ ^^^^^^; : �. ' . -. ,-b�^t productions of representative hiahuf^'c-- ^'y.'y^AVy':i':':^:.;.i\i^a of btyllah footwear. . _ ,\ ' I 7 :Ai\di-|oi�;men and ohildren too^-shoes that V'ijl liiiroefllVely' apSo^rto^ieyery lover of nobby styles In shoes of qualfty. , V|^^ Invite you to see tho Show^ngvJind Oovtir pare Prices. ^ -Ban'ie's electric; light service -peti-,fed a surplus of.-?7988 lastyeap,  HOW TO LIVE So should we live that every hour May die as dies the natural flower- A self-rerlving thing of power. That every thought and every deed May hold within Itself tho seed Of future good and future meed. Esteeming sorrow, whose employ Is to develop, not destroy, Far better than a barren Joy. � ' -Lord Houghton. , � * � , . Miss Bertha Sage will spend Easter in Calgary. *. � � Magistrate and Mrs. Elton left today for Cardston, where they will spend Easter. * * * . 'Mr. and Mrs. G. Moth are entertaining a number of young people informally this evening. � *  'Mr. Robert F. Sang, of Edmonton, is spondlng Eastertide with his wife and- family here. ^ *. * * .Mr. Murdoek,- manager of the Merchants Bank at Redcllffe, and former, ly of the local staff, will be a guest at "Sans Souci" for Kaster. �  � Miss Helen McKIlIop, who spent the pa.st weeks, w,lth 'Miss Fhllysla -Hlgln- botham,> has ' returned home much beneflt'ted In' health. .1 *;.  * Miss teennlrglon will be an Easter guest with friends at" Barons. WOOD-RUST A quiet wedding was solemnized at ICnox Manse last evening, the principals being Miss ~Helen Souter Rust, Who recently arrived from Aberdeen, Scotland, and Mr. William Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Wood will take up their residency on Ninth street South. Iitfimedlately after the ceremonjf an Informal reception was held at the home of Mrs._ Mason, Twelfth street. - Some fifteen friends enjoyed a happy social time in extending good wishes to the 'bride and groom. . � '* ' 11 NICHOLAS-MARR Wesley parsonage was the scene of an exceedingly pretty wo.dding last evening, when Miss Myrtle Estell^ iWarh .youngest ' daughter of Mrs'. Marr, and the l�te Ben.1amln Marr, of Caledonia, was united In marriage to Mr. Robert Wesley'NIchola8,''youngest son of Mr; 'Johit-Nicholas, o� Caledonia, and local Jjispe.ctor of.C.P.R, piillmans anlv dlMtlgJcars at- Calgary. ��. : 1,.^ . . :; The bride was _^|Irilshly lovely lii rfeV-'-wedding rfllt'lJfc duchess satin veiled in ta'e flowered chiffon, with crystal ga-rnilure! and crown of orange blossoms.' She carried an ex-qulBite shower .of KlUarney roses. Her brldesmaiidi'^was ^Iss Ethel PrdS'ton,-. who wore a lovely creation LATEST S]S^Ar.SHOT QE EVELYN THAW of peach chiffon, mounted oh satin of, the same shade and' carried "pink car-' nations, while the groom was supported by Mr, R. Herbert Wode-U, the bride's nephew. Master "Billle" Bailey made a manly little ring bearer. Immediately at the conclusion of the ceremony a reception was held at tho home of Mr. and Mrs, John B. Wodell,' 1242 Seventh avenue South, the latter being a sister,of the bride. The bridal party entered the home to the strains of Mendelssohn's Wedding March, played by Mr. G. V. Butler. The reception was a brilliant affair, attended by the Intimate friends and relatives of the bride and groom. Mrs. Marr-,- mother of the bride, wore a handsome costume of black silk, elaborated with .let and touches of white, while - Mrs. Wodell, the liTlde's sister^ wore a chic gown of pale blue allk, with an overdress of black ninon with trimmings of gold passementerie. The groom's gift to 'the bride was a diamond ring, to . thg bridesmaid a pearl crescent, to the pianist a pearl stick pin, and to the ring-bearer 4 pearl scarf pin. .  Carnations and' roises in profusion adorned the pretty home. Th^. bride's table was an alluring picture centred with the wedding oake,' which rested on a ducheas lace centrepiece. Garlands 'Of - smllax -extended from the electrolier to the corners of the snrnrtly-appolnted board, where clusters of- daffodils were effective. The brldfe's health was proposed by Mr. J. E. Wodell, and fittingly replied to 'by the groom, while the toast to the bridesmaid was proposed by Mr. Bailey, and responded to by the groomsman; .   . ' Tha Misses" Florence, Lilian and Violet, Bailey, and the daughter of the home,' Miss Ahija Wodell, all daintily frooked In. white, made ideal assistants" in serving the delectable viands. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas left on the mldnigUt train to,spend their honey; moon at. various points in Ontario. "The bride's, golng-away gown waS a tailored costume,' of navy blue serge, bpenln gover a cream lace blouse.'and panamd hat,.'with rose and forget-oner not adornment. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES rROM>PHOTO , � Thia pen and Ink 8lthe superintendent/ Mr, 3\- D; Higlnbothaim. 'The flfteen-cpnt tea given last, evening at-ave a board of, directors, sini-ilar..to.-the. hospital board-only, pi course,-c! ladiesj-rather than-the pre-"^sent.system, (jf.'Offleers. , . .Tlieanatter wp,8 ^lnlply.glyen.,a pre-illminary discussion, and will come up' at the aunual'meetjng InrAprii;  ^^'eraldva few -days ago,'' aiid' the littlev and-rblg pupils all did ffell, Fiyo luia^red and y .the'vlaitorB, To-morrow, Good Friday, , rsT-'-'a.'sr-" I..-.. " n,.,r:zj.--5!.u.:r..".:~ ' :.��.�.,,i.:!i,;--------i^jJiti-.-i,-^ STORE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY WEEK-END BARGAINS AS ADVERTISED IN YESTERDAY EVENING'S PAPER ON SALE TO-NIGHT AND SATURDAY Store will be ojsen till ten o'clock to-riight VISIT pUR TEA ROOMS Cold Meat LupcK - - - - - - 25c Tea or GoWce and Sandwiches - I Oc linn. �", I'laate'- and Principal Brandow and his fttaff ol teachers are to b^ Oongratulated on the success of the afUlr. ^ The sale of work aqd.supper,in aid of - the propose^ church at .,Hardie-vlUe, held yesterday'^by' ^h^'Ladles' Aid, proved a decided, sutooas, over $100.00 being added totheiv funds as the result. , . i ; �. ^ - The stalls w^e pireBlded .Qver by the following ladies l.^0f^ Bt^^). Mrs. Mc-MlHon, Mrs.. Simpson, .Mrs, W. Hopkins,. Mrs. James ^Uvlq^stoQ^ and Mrs. Kellett (fip^lng: ig9nd> M'm. R. Livingstone, Af|em'oQn ^fj^ ^{k|',,serv. ed by Mrs, Johflpon,^'j)tV�..^tf�Jcley, and Mrs..Chapman. 'A,qumptu6,u� sup per, donated by 'the l^^les, of t^is aid ,wae most ably handled 'by Mrs. 'Wilson. ' , , ' ^ .' . ",' . During the evening yopisy^Ter?. rendered, fay Mr. A,.'S- Mc Her real namQ is .Rp.sp;' .Sc^n^jder-man, but down Jn .th?. Strlkft- district o! New York thQy caJJ |ier t'The'Qirl Napoleon.". She, lB.to>i?ii/e,^t..jpV,f .in-, ches tall and he^.^ldggijard, numbers more .ths^n twenty ^ tjjpuaand,' \v9(a�n; Shje: is .secretary, oft|j " J^fpqjan's Trade Union Lcftgue, oh pf .organizer of the White Gpods" Wbr/c^ts'^l/nlon and leader-in-gen�ral pf.oxp'ry' movement among the glrl-w^r'lsers; of' the east side for batter*conditions,;^-.and higher pay'. An4 undeji|'hei; -]^(ier-sHip much has been accot^'plished. Some ot Miss ^'SchneidermUrirs' favorite observatioils-,'arfe';*f:>.?^i'n' ->.. "You do not Work yW.horpes until they drop In ;thei#tr^fclfa;-.- Show, women the same-coitsiaersj^loh.i' '- "We worlting lyamen-wafltfjtSe'ballot to help maltis sonxething^of.'! ourselves beside human' flirud^ete.'''', "We don't want charity!. ' and we want the highest prlfti;."' "We don't- get enough to ILyt-ipgi, nor quite little enough to starve'oij,,." Perhaps this is rather cUrsory 4195-io. There must be something _ bi, though ; for twenty thousand '.W9nnijn.; stand ready to work or qu!,t;. .whsnii "The - Girl Napoleon," gives, ttie word. V � . � Ottawa, Ont,, MardrW,-first time in its hlotory the Ilank�f%''! asBoolation of New Tork Stst'*-"^^ hold Its annual conveWlon oiif�i