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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May '1, THE DAILY HERALD MILADI EDITED SY "INOV FHONSC OfflM, 1224 Rtlldtno 1115 SUit, o( eVdilng, sottly gkainlBR othv leirill, Annie (Juajle, (Noia In the fadhifi'Webl, i Oilbeit UluuU-Wiiltbt, Den- 1? iuoain- nil. Maclcocl, Mbi-rl and Jim- With >om licavtnli light ingv Hope to hcarK oopicsl Toll Is over, cease from sorrow Till tomorrow .mil rest line AdiiniE The burving o! a dainty inoKidcd the pleasurable rvont Mr. Lloyd H. Ly tic, who has com- soicnic course at loronto ll.irk i b.ells are bringing Universjilv, 'is spondlqg a Jew dajs Hope of glad lelease with Htv jnd Mil, A A Lvtic, Welcome strains tlieli am Weslminstei parsonage, en route lo unging 'Laboiu now shall cease, 'Ihougli the dnj be long and diui) lo the vveaij Cometh peace Father I watch beside til Till ibe dawn of light, And whatever ma) betide us, fiuai d m Thv raiebt I rusting in llu giauons keeping Calmlv sleeping r Through' tlie night. Bradford Whiting. Hostesses on Mondaj Mrs W S Galbratlh for ihe last time this season. Mrs. -Voting, of Hamilton, ,vvas the raison d' etre of an exceedingly en joy able tea hour function ves-terdas, Mrs TV KirMuin and Mrs Stan- and Mrs ley tor the last time season. Not receiving on Mondaj M. Bentley this given bv her daughter, Mrs W P Ijindsay. Prillv floial .ippointments expressed in a profusion of pink car- nations, spuea mil snap-dragon Mrs. Lindsav had donned a frock of .white lingerie. Jiis Young, the honoi guest, was wearing an elaborate black satin gown. Mrs C M who wore a daintv peach costume and black pic- Ritchie, Mrs icason. J. Ambrose, nor again this daintilx, attired in pale blue voile and black chapaau, slurcd the honors, of pouring tea and cutting the Miss Vrooman, HI cerise voile veil- ed in grev ninon and large black hat, Miss Rogers, in vicux. rose silk and i'black- hat elaborated witlrvvhlte liat- ienbcrg, and Miss Neale, smartl) Stephens, Elncst SI lb gowned in pale blue with corsage bouquet of American Beaut) roses, and black lial, were attentive assist- ants, SVfr. Ttobin Sherlock, who has been attending McGill Universitv, is homo for the glimmer vacation' i Mrs C A entertaining at cards this evening, when two tables- will he in play Mrs MacPherson, of Cranbrook, and Mrs Udgar 13 Hill, who lias just returned from spending the win- Mrs- F C itfcC-iw and daughter, jcr ln Califoima, were the bonnr Phvllis anived home this morning nf n smart matintc euchre from an extended visit in St Paul Mrs Frank Medley as and Minneapolis j hostess vesterdav jMimcrous bou- quels ot red, white and pink carna- ajr- Joseph and ar- tions brightened vht cosy rived in the cit) this morning to 'ihi. liostess welcomed her guests, loin her husband and are guests with wearing a dainty white lingerie gown Mr and Mrs 1 B Laidlaw Mrs MacPherson woie a pretty cos tump m pastel tones of blue and pink Miss Ella Milner, of Havmond, was and large black hat with willow a guest at the Mt-Kav.-Bi.oini nup- plumes .Knox church ..last evening. Mrs.- ot Cranbrook, who-has-been iv much' feted house guest with Mib W I Armstrong, returned home this morning. Miss Edna who has just graduate! from the Calgary Vorn'al school, is the guest of her sister, Mrs A A Lvllc, Westminster par- sonage. Little Miss Marjorie Stephens lightfiillv entertained twelve of her little friends this, afternoon in honor of her birthdai v. Joll) time wab spent in gameb h) the little ones, who included "Pussy Murrel-Wright, Nora Marrs, Dbrothy Marrs, Marjpr- le Terrlll, Dor- Mrs. Edgar .H. Hill-was wearing a chic toilette of apricot silk -mullrand inilan chapcau with bird and feather mount. Stt tables were in plaj, Mrs T B Mrs W I Armstrong winning the tioplues, while the con- solation went to Mrs I II Wallace Mrs 1) H Elton, who poured tea, had donned a handsome cieation of black net mounted on. aad black hat with black and wliite plumes. The assistants were Mrs. Malcolm Young, in royal blue voile with satin banding! and lace acecssoiics and loqi'e and loliage, Mrs mauve organdie with lire and trimmings and black" picture hat with touches ot vcllow, and Miss.Hazcll. in white .lingerie with black Willow plunicd hat McKAY-ilKOWNi A quiet but piettv weddjng was solemnized In Knox-church .last-even- ing at when Miss Theo- dora licatlj Blown, daughter of Mis ,1 v Mlvei, wac joined In matri- mony lo Mr. llyron .John Caiiipbel.l (McKay. Miss lOva HryiiUH was bridesmaid, while Mr. (I. itogcrs supported -to groom. Hev. A. ri.-Ciiincr.on tied the nup- tial knot in tlie presence of only thu immediate friends of the contracting parties. Mr anil ftirs vi 120 First! avenue at south .SLOAX-CAKI) On Tuesday evening last at the home of the bride's' mother, Mrs. Sarah Ilinman Card, Cardston, Miss Rlioila was Hurried to Mr. II. Huff- sell Sloan, of Klmball. A most gen- erous and delicious supper was serv- ed to about forty relatives, apd friends of the popular young couple, who received a large number of very useful and ornamental presents. They will make their home jn Kimball tor the present, as Mr. Sloan has some large holdings there. FILMEK-NEWBURY St. Paul's Anglican church was the scene of a pretty wedding ibis morn- ing, the contracting parties being Albert Edward Filmer and Elizabeth New'bury, both of this city; ly at 6.30 a.m., to the nuptial strains of Wagner's Bridal Chorus from Lo- hengrin, which Mr. C. W. Pawlett delightfully, the procession en- tered the edifice. The bride, wild' looked charmingly winsome, was gowned exquisitely in a tailor-made indigo blue serge suit and black picture hat with black pern velvet, cluny lace and maiden blush roses. Siie carried a dainty prayer book. No less a 'sweetly picturesque, fig- ure Avas Faith, sister of the bride, who acted as -bridesmaid. She was attired in a well-fitting green serge dress trimmed with gold fringe and touches of brown velvet W'ith black picture hat to match, trimmed with ;ln.k rosebuds. In her hand she held a redolent floral shower bou- quet. The bridegroom was accompanied u) ij Sid DiiiiCtin luan The Rev. Canon Silva Wliite road the beautiful order ol marriage, and after the rite had been performed.'.the ncwl) wedded pair left the building to the triumphant tones of Mendels- sohn's Wedding March: Thereafter the' wedding :party were entertained by Mr ind Mrs Wni Newbmj of the Five Acres "Mr and Mrs A R Filmer then leaving on their trip to a select asscmbh of immediate friends' and acquaintances to the happ) pair their hcaitfelt lations. Mr. and Mrs. A. K, Filmer' intend taking up residence on Wentworth I rcc Press, April 30 Mr Filmer is well known in this citv, having at one tune been con- The Penelope iluli will meet on Monday (ilioniooii with Mn> I Mor- gan j, I he BNortli League ot Wesley church will OJMNI tl'Cli nui jtar on Moiiilav evening wiMi thl new oflUris in charge1 Miss Cloth, llij), will be in the dull, and the topic, Wise will be mtioductd by Mr Jordan. 'Die will (.onliibiitc vocal selections." Ail UK mcrnueis and their friends arc icordially .invit- i meitmg was held in Westminster (hurcli last evening, when an Athletic Club was lormid ,i'th the following officers 1 B Gr-v Vice Fred Simm 1" M .Jiickcs. Managir of Football Dcpaitment Mr Tred 'jimm Manager ol "Baseball Department Mr. M. Duuswortih. Manager of Basketball Derailment Fames. Representative to the Lollibridgc Simdaj School Uhlctic 1 L. 0. Kane. A general meeting oi all the joung people of the church interested in athletics is ('ailed for ev- ening next nected with the Co Western Stationery Teas come and that always stays go, but the tea always al VVBVS absolutely pure ahvajs the best in'quality is "SALADA." Sor.ielies With the Editor WITH THE EDITOR Thoughttulness ia refinement Thougbttulness is one of the best tests, of a fine character.' Don't you think It is true, partic- ularly in little things, which we aTo apt to think do not count? And yet after all. do not .these, same little things make up for most of us at least the greater part of life' To instance a small jet giarmgi act ot careless neas. I.remember seeing com- ing along a stieet in one of our east arn cities, slip on a piece of banana rael, that some thoughtless person had thrown on tho sidewalk After abound for ROHIP timn he finally managed to keep standing and would you believe it, he walked away and left the offending banana peel h- iiig on th-a.walk. Surely if throwingnthe peel on the sidewalk were at all pardonable, leav- ing It there was not- Another was In which people are often most careless'is the vva; they take oaie, or rather'do not take care o-f 'borrowed have been lent them some 'kfnd 'friend Per haps this is true of books How manj persons are giossly lav in tlie proper care of books9 I remember one evening going in to see a married to whom I had shortly before loaned a book w I thought she would enjoj, ana seeing her small son deliberately parking 'it up with a lend pencil Of couise he was not to blame, not knowing'iiny better, but suiely Ills mother was to blame Then, too, So man) will re lend books, which are not their own, and some will even go so far as not'td'bother about'returning them to their rightful owners Personally, I question the honesty of people, who have such little regard for the rights and properties ot others Another instance, where perfectly Well intentioned people often mentable thoughtlessness, is in. the waj thej will stand at a door when Matthews' Head- quarters When in Lethbridge with Mr. Berg Ellingson, Piano Dealer PAHEWCLO. TOUR THK VHKAT P-IANOFOHTK MABTIB Calgary, Xlta n Dec 28, 19U Si with much pleasure that i bear testimony to thg tj, 'ascellent tuning and wprkmanahip by Ur.-H.E .Mathews "connection with nty tour in Canada fha required by a artist is always found Sn tht average tuner, but poepeBeed by Mr.. in a marked deerte, and 1 only wish I could have him with 'to look after piano throughout my toerican tour RenlnrtriuB to Lelh- bridge Willie ma4e bs Mr. Matbewi tun- repairing aod play er p4ano work M ,A cardlwlll bring him ttf yoftr" piano f At a meeting of the Canadian Household .Economic Association held in the Margaret Dalffli studio in Tor- onto a short time ago, Mrs Jean Blewctt gave a splendid address- on The Women Writers ol Canada It is interesting to note the mines irenlioncd bj Mrs Blewett Thes- included among earlier1 writers, Mrs Law son and Katherme Pair Trail; also Isabella; Valancy Craw- ford who though born In Belfast, came lo Canada when onlj' five )ears old ind m the opinion of many, had she lived, would have been our great- est woman vriter Others included" in the list were As- ncs C. Laut, Agnes Dean Cameron, Margaret Hill Curne, SCL- inus, Ethclwyn Wetherald, llelem C'oleman, Virna Sheard, Kfltharme Hale, Miss Sanderson, Marshall Saun- ders, Marion Kvitb, Mrs L M Mont- McClung, Isabel Ei.- clestone Rebuts-, Mrs.-Graham, Sirs. Forsythc Grant, bara le-incttc Duncan and Pauline Johnson. Mrt B uyliiK good-bye, of the fact that their hoiteiiij may be takliif cold. It JUKI KB easy, and a great dqal better to bid a In warm 111 and cotlueii'of her drawing- In. might be mentlbnedithe laWorihought of (hone who over-stay th'e proper limn when vlslllng the ilck.'or even vlilt at. all they can do no good, and a kind- ly lemembntncc or iioral offering would: be so much. better tor the pa- tient. Perhaps common way In which we all offend tnoughtleuly; but not tho less really, Is In things we lay. How ".often wo. unintentionally say iteming nliicu T'OuHuD ancthor which we would never have uttered had wo only thought. llemomber that the happi neas we can possiblj liaie in. life comes from. dolug things for others, and even though we often feel at the end of day that we have failed miser- ably In our; efforts to be thoughtful .'01 others, let u-a icmomber those hap pj w ords of Susan Cooledge Every day Is a fresh beginning, Dv ei y morn le tho TV orld made ne- Yovi who are weary of sorrow .and sinning, Here is a hope for A hope for me, and a hope for you." Of Interest to Women referred to the many brilliant magazine and press writers and bpnke ot the statement >nade at the International Press meeting that "Canadian women do the best, that is to say, the-niost clean cut work ol on the continent MANUAL TRAINING EXPERT IS HERE MR. KIDNER, OF CALGARY, HELP: ING INSTITUTE THE SYSTEM IN LETHBRIDGE. "Perhaps there, is no more eiitbns lastle exponnent of technical training along the lines of manual training and household science In our Alberta schools than _T.'B. Kidner, director of technical education lii the Calgary schools, who ib u the cit) to- day, conferring with the mSmbers of the school board on matters pertain ing to the manual; training school 10 be built and equipped here this slim Mr. Kidner has spent the greater part of his life in the work, and in con versation with the Herald. this morn: ing he said Western Canada offered a better field for'that branch: of, educa- tional tiainlng than any other part of Canada The people of the West, he said, are Immensely practical, and ani educational features which -may be added to the programme' of studies to give the bos or girl a more piactical education Is'very welcome. To show that the Idea' of training in the building tiadeg and in household arts is' taking ,hold in Calgirv, Mr Mdner stited that (hi- citj schools there, which started with two manual training departments had-so increased that after the mid- summer recess there will be a manual training department In even school Calgars will have to build a technical high school accommodate the demand for this -branch of training. He believes that In Letiibridge the interest1 shown will-be Just as great. Tho .great trouble the School Board will have" at first will be to get in- structors for the'departments, fta the trained manual instructor-is hard to gel. the new depart- ment is in smooth running order, the Board will '.fled themselves' face lo face with another acco- mmcdato the classes. The building trades will demand evening classes. In Calgary five classes ,in the -building wore being Instructed last win- ter, with 350 pupils in attendance. Next winter the number is expect- ed to exceed and classes will be liold In the building arts, gas engin- mechanics, painting and elec- trical work. THERE'S A UITTLE FURNESS NOW London, Ma.y son was born today to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bryan. Cl.ludo Bryan, was recently of Toronto, Ont., and married a niece of Lord Fiirneu. Are Spring Suits Any to You at Our Sale of Suits already ran half its have, you fnade, u1 _ choice yet? A discount 25 per cent on Suits'thai, already close cut'i sounds incredible, fore you 'join the i 1 f y sceptics, convince youK. the value of A and Golft Dinner Set of 97 Pieces for of latest _ _ plain" dull T r 1 1 1 _ Hudson's Bay Coi THREE COMING TO LETHBRIOOE'i NEXT MOtJTH f During months tj{ Time and Ivuly the Board of eiiteitam three special excufsioiiBjQf, distinguished visitors, who haye lii timated their intention, of visitinr this city (heir western tpurs ,TSo of these alreadv been announced in theJ-Ierald the Made In Canada" cureion parts, made up of manufactur ers from Bnntern Canada, who will rarrv with them a snccinl exhibit train, showing the manufactured jiio ducts of the East, and the Frier pa-rlv, being brought out from England bv the management of Hid Filer indus trial journals t, Tho third is the inclusion of British capitalists and business men, who are being brought to Canada bs the Financial News, of London, Mr L Palmer is in charge trip Some time ago he wrote the Board of TraJe1, stating 'the' intention of the pa per which he represents to biins the, through Westein -Canada, but asked Hint his communication be treU cd In. confidence -until tie-announce the excursion was made from the East Mr. Palmer is now in Oltn wa, and has made the announcement scaterday tnat tljo ejcuislon would tour Canada So far tho de- tails of tbo itinerary have not been tnnouricad, but the Board' of Trade hero expects 'tVf company to -visit Lcthbridgo for a 4holc dav during tho latter part ol Tuiid or ,carly in lulv Rlaborile jirep'ktivtiohs to entertain vlsUers." bridge, .is all these- 'v ill be The Moit Popular Isn't the fact that 'akes have Mop that-th'e: to your by onlerfllfcr ft 5c grocer Send Swan onto, Ont. t A men 'whoM ada vtllljmve'acgrc the future irivcstnrent ot ilal developraent'iii lues CONDEMN ROBLIN'8 SY8J Winnipeg, iMaj 4 IniJ Bureau has unanimously cond the measuied rate tern In vogue In the of ba, and are of the opinion rate is the only tree and way on which to run the are petitioning the government flat rate; s Toronto Conservatorg Of Music EDWARD FISHER, Mui oVK, Muilcil DIrtctor EXAMINATIOfl IUNE AND JULY AppllMllonB must be 'in notrH than May lit CONSERVATORY young iludenli ii being inlarjed and will be rt.dy ing September 2nd y 170 I f1 Booh ;