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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tticsflay, May 6,1013 THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD Page 9 DA^' BY DAY i noon, iv-lieu. .she entcrtmniMl at a As Sydney Hmith said, one day to bright'tea hour fuiKtion as a fare-ftght* nKaiii.st iiielunclioiy is to talie well courtesy to lipr sister, Miss I short viewa of experience. Are you JEthel Addy, a Wednesday bridc-to-I happy now ' Arc you likely to be be. The drawing rodnj.s were perfum-i happy for a week, a month, a year ? ed with quantities of l{irhmond ros-Theu wiiy destroy this present hap- es and pink carnations, nliile potted piness with feara oi that which may plants and ferns added i:i tbc general never occur ' ' pleasing effect. Jesus bade us pray, "Give us this , jirg. Hamilton wore an r-xcoedinely day our daily bread." "Day by ' dainty gown of pink silk with a her-day the prnniisc reads, and the sec- ^.j^^ and peplum of lovely lace with ret of living happily today Is to touches of pale blue. TWO NEW SUMMER WALKING GOWNS (On left)-Gown of Venetian-red poplin, draped skirt, with a deep point-Bd tabller of tinted shadow laoe, and weighted with a tassel. (On right)- Gown of fine white cloth, with collar of black satin and cord buttons. ^ .\: nown with I heavy lace pcplum and niilan toiiue with black velvet adrirninml. The viands were snvi'd hy Miss Ashton, in cream scr^c and tnscan ! chapeau with ribbon Ir.nuning, Miss Ruth Freeman in embruidprpcl white lingerie with touehr', (,f paddy green velvet, and Mi.ss Mun.-j Muclcod iu pale blue chiffon vriliu'.' sil|>. I Wee Mary Hamiltun, fr..c-ked in : white, made a dear liitlc door attendant. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The senior girls of Westminster cburch, who are inten-sir-d in basketball, are asked to turn o\it to practice at seven o'clock iliis evening. "The Ideal Christian, Wis Prayers," will be the topic of St. Andrew's Christian Endeavor thi.s cMcnlng.    The olTlcers of \Vcsli>y I.adies' Aid desire all the ladies of the congregation to attend their nici'ting at three o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The central. W. C. T. I', will meet on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. E. J. Mrs. Burnard will be hostess of a!cook,;519 Sixth SI. S., when Mrs. FELL OFF HIS WAGON Calgary, May 5.-W.m. Wilson,,, a .toamster, lost his balance, fell" under the heels of his team, and one of the wheels of the heavy 'wagon passed over his neck. Death was instantaneous. Wilson lyas about 3B. years old. , ,  PRESIDENT pALCONER IN WEST , Calgary, May 5.-President Falconer,, of Toronto Unlverelty .was' tlie guest of: the Calgary Canadian Club, at a midday luncheon todaj'. In his address, he dwelt ou the; educational problems of the west. ','Many graduates of the Institution of WJiioh ho la at the head, wore in atteudauco. euchre matinee on Thursday in poUr-I tesy to Mrs. C. D. Leader, 'who leaves shortly to spend the summer j in the cast. Five UBles" will be in play- � . .   � Her many friends will be sorry to learn that Miss Jute, of the Western Canada Agency,office si^ff, is ill at the Gait hospital with typhoid fever.  * � Mrs. Henry Galvin, who was operated on at the Gait hospital this :norn-Ing, is reported as doing fairly well.   � Miss Lucy Kelly, of Calgary, is \isltlng for a couple of weeks Tvlth her sister, Mrs. Thomas F. Long, 711 11th street south.  * * Dr. Albert Wickware, of Ottawa, arrived in the city this morning and is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Judson.  �  Major Belson, of Calgary, is expedited in the city on Saturday to examine the members of the city teaching staff, who have completed their physical culture course.  � � Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Holbrook returned the last of the week from a honeymoon spent at eastern jpolnts and have taken up their residence at 537 Thirteenth St. S. � � * Miss Etliel Al1dy, who is severing her coni:ection with St. Augustin's choir, of which she had been a valued member for some time past, was yesterday presented by the mernbers with diiiner kni\'es and forks. � * 4 The delicious quality of "SALADA" tea has ibeen maintained for twenty-one years, notwithstanding the fact that there have been over a hundred imitating packets which have come and gone, and all of which have shown the dealer a larger profit. Not) one of them has given the same satisfaction to the consumer. You owe it to yoiirself and to good service generally, to see that another packet tea is not foisted on you when you order "SALADA." FIGHTING FOR LIFE Porter ChSrltgn, the 21-year old boy, whom the . Italian Government; ^Kas been trying to extradite fronri the; tod States for three years;'VC'harifon Is charged with murdering his'w'wife at Lake Como. His attorneys.^'are now preparing to take thelp lastistand before the United States Sup(;eri e Court. They contend that Charlt'dn'Ht insane. J. I I OF INTER-EST TO WOMEN Reoentlyv'aj; a' Brooklyn Institute dance the following notice was tacked up on the wall:' "To the Gentlemen, Our Guests: "Your hosts reciueet that in. the dancing-this evening all abide by the following rules "\. None of the imod^rn dances are to ibe performed. "3. The men must keep their left arm straight during all dances', "3,' A space of at'lea'St three laches roust be Hept between the dancing couple at.all tiroes. ."4..Th6 dances of the evening are the, waltz, the .Boston and the two-step.  , . , ; .'.'.'The gentlemenlrouBt appreciate in )vhat an erobarrasulng position . it would pIp.oe' the 'pti^thei' it any one phould be requested tp leave the lloor Sleep Disturbing Bladder Weakness Backache-Rheumatism, Quickly Vanish EVEN MOST CHRONIC SUFFERERS FIND RELIEF AFTER A FEW DOSES ARE TAKEN Backache, urinary disorders a,nd iheumatisra are caused from .weak Inactive kidneys, which fail to flW ter out the impurities and keep the blood pure, and the only way on earth to permanently and positively cure such trouibles, is .to remove the cause. ^ ' The new dteooveFy Croxono, cures such conditions becausei it reaches the vej-y 1*0018 of the Mis-ease. It soaks right Into the stopped up, Inaotlve kidneys, through the -walla, and linings; cleans out the little filtering cells and glands; neutralizes :^nd and cleans out-, and strengthens th6 stopped up, lifeless.kidneys so they filter and sift-all, the poi- sons from the blood and drive it out of the system. So, sure, so positivei so quick-and lasting, are the results obtained from-the use of Groxone, that; three doses a day for a few days are^ often all that Is required to cure the worst case of backache, regulate the most annoying bladder disorders and ovei'CO'me the num-. erous other similar conditions. . v It is the most wonderful 'prepay ation ever made for. the purpose; It. l6 entirely different from all other remedies. There Is nbthlbgi;. else on earth to compare with-Iti' It Is so prepared that it Is ipriwjtl-i' cally impossible to take it Jnto';the� human system without resujs. You can obtain an. original pack, age of Oroxone at trifling cost from? any first-class drug store. All durg* gists are. authorlzed.to personallyi return the purchfiBQ prlcavIfiCrox^i one falls to give'.--desired results^ regardless of hgw-'qM.y'ou are;;ho- ' long you haije-s^f^ered, or else has failed to 'cure you. -1 ;