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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May THE LETHDJIIDGID DAILY HERALD 'EDITED BY "INO" PHONIC 'HORN1' "A' 'ilanny, JJiriii'aay'.-'May. I .say Tn-iiii fait Pray wcar'tlic Agate, 'tis (or you; "1'wiil hi'iiiK .you lovers'-. roml anil true; While sprays ol Ha'wlhoi'nc you may wear, 'And hope shrill gi'aiit your every er. On Friday everything you start Will he.successful ;.sp take heart-" enjoyable lllUo surprise parly was''belli al-liic lioinb ol Mr. and Mrs.'II. U.-Lemon last evening, In honor-of llln former's birthday. Two tables of fivh, hundred were in play. ;'Tlegina Leader: The announcement, pearant'e lo llio hull, whore [our piec- es of Gnskell's orchestra discounted music winfill j enjoyed to" the lull by oj-cr two1 hundred nnd iHly guculK. ,Mr. Moxlont read a paper The WIVH assisted by his bro- Albert Case-alien, llev. T. P. 1'i't'ry lied Ihc nupilal knot ill Ihe presence ol only tlie inediulc relatives o[ llie bride and At Ihe conclusion ol the-ceremony a sumptuous wcddiiifi repast was 'srevcd at the Alexandra. Mr. mill Mrs.. G'ascadcn'will reside at 125.1 London Hoall. detailed Information of the progress ol .the. Letlibridge .anil making the pleasing, that llio lodge iir- tin's city liyit won the ban- Ulnlrinortf, May pretty llttto wedding took at 3 terday, at the Roman Catholic chui'ch. The nuptial knot was tied by ths Hov. Father-Snmmu't, Dili contracting part- ies bolng Mr. Tom Pcasorcla, of Nel- son, 13.C., and Miss Eugenie Labey, or nfs, donated by Ihc Urnnrl Lodge' at; Dlnljmor'e. lamiHon, lor gaining (he greaicHl j This bride was dressed In a. beautl- numhci1 of members during the fur while KOWII, and wore a wrealh. I'-ast year. ami veil, while the- bridegroom was Lunch was served at "the uirilniKht' dressed ,'.n regulation black. Mr. .7. hour, alter which, (lancing WM teium- the bride, acted as beat roan, Miss Marie Labey being .bridesmaid. Two aulos were In attendance, taking the wedding parly lo church, and after the ceremony drove the happy couple nnd party to the home or Air. .1. MaT- cd. immense slicccss-of last night's nflair was largely due to the cncrsy of the committee, composed ol Mr.' mid.Mrs. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Pear- son and Mrs. Hraillnvail. large number attended the tbat Inspector llcffcnii'aii has been transfcrred'.to Stetllor; Alberta, and that he'amf Mrs. .IlcHerinan arc nl-: ready packing up to leave has creat- ed, deepest, Kgrol .among ,their many frlcmis in A. C.'-'io the Lloutenanb-qovernor the inspec-', Westminster church last 'evening JIIBS Marino; Mr.; Mrs. nnd Miss tor uns.been exceedingly' popular and Ihe auspices ol the Epivorth Marie Lnbey, nnd Mr. Gadlo'nz.. The it will bo very-difficult to find anyone so admirably .suited lo the dnic'e to take' his place. Ino, a well-known business man In the Pass, .whore the wedding break- fust took place.'1 The party then look aulo to Coleman ,and Frank, vlslllug i their friends, to celebrate Ills oeca- cnlionnrv contest, winch was held .in; The pa'rtjr M Mr> Mrfl TOIEEf THE 5 A affair occurred at the. home of.Jlrs.'W- A. Levitt this afternoon at four o the members ot the First Haptist Ladies' Aid society-called and-presented Mrs. Levitt-, who has been ar. energetic and interested worker ,iu the society with1 a table-cloth .and dozen servi- ettes. The presentation was made on behalf of the society by the president, Mrs. C. EL'Leader! Mrs. "Levitt, though completely tak- en, by graciously accepted the-gift, anil thanked ;the donors in a. few- well chosen words x 'Courtice entertained at t. card: matinee yesterday, compli- mentary- to Mrs. Snipes, a new-corn-1 cr to tfjc nti -1 'Crimson carnations diffused 'their radiance and perfume over the draw ing rooms. The hostess" was charmingly gown: e'l in- reseda, 'green-colienne. wide handings u white Oriental iti'imming; hilc the liQiioi gue t ore an clah crate costume of black chiffon veiling pate, liluo sitm mj, green cha peau .with wliitc-plumc- Pive tables-of: euchre were.r made up, the dainty prizes 'being won by Mrs. W..J-- Armstrong arid Mrs. .T: R; .Davidson1, while the consolation wcntJf.o.Sirs. Snipes Otlieir guests'; cairic .in -ai tea hour, v-ben .4hc hostess was assisted, by Mies- in pink- nuna veil ins'.with-fringe adornment and. picture hat ATiss Ndnirons in white and flower, trimming, arid Miss ITaz- cll in a while ercotoidcrcd gounind ulack pjumcd liat Mrt Pnikluiu ot tbe Bishop of Cjlgarywho, fell outside btt resi flei ce al Bishops Court last Mfondai ind sustained a broken hip is at Die geilenl hospi tal progressing Mornnig .Albertan gut, according io the rules laid down I brklo and bridegroom leave for Nel- tlir: Royal Teiiiplar" son, H. 0., tomorrow, which is to bo of Canada. ihelr tutu-re home. There were four contestants, Miss Sus-c Slmin, Miss Lcali Qubs and Societies. Glon-a Dunsivortli, anil Mr. Marcus Duns worth, each ot whoni secured the silver ntfilal at one of the pievioW contests. i; contestants showed no lit- tle-skill along elocutionary .lines, and niter careful judges, The Art Needle-work club will hold, its regular weekly meeting on. Mon- day afternoon with Mrs. J.'lJ. RBU- Cont'j'iiry. to. Lho. BtalemenLa maile liy tho Btrlltlng laborers when they down tholr tools at 11.30 o'clock this mornlnfj, (hey will mukc repro- eenlatloiiH to the Bltulllhlc Uo. for u of the dllTlcullieB. At a Into hour.tlila allurnooii a CcpuUUIon irom the nidn wultud on Superintend- ent Goggin, vvlib has chn-rge the work Tor tne filLulllhlc Co., nnd asit- ed'for a conTerenco. This was grant- at five o'clock the two fac- tions will como together, The com- pany is very .hopeful of arriving at a BetUement. Mayor Hatch Is also of the opinion (Iiat'nll will lie back OH the He iloea not think thnl llio trouble win aprcftil to tho half thousan-amen working on city unless some oulsld-e inter- ference -Is brought to bear on the. men. However, the otrlke has had n rnth- .or disconcerting Influence on the whole, force .of. laboreru employed in the city, and the situation is ujore critical lhan may lie generally be- lieved. CONVENTION OF FARMEES CALLED MOVEMENT TO NAME MAN IN CLARESHOLM NOT LIKELY TO BE.. SUCCESS I llmti and Mr, 'A. E. Dunlop, dc 'the nicdal -should, be awarded noon from three to six. Home-made JUJSK Loah Si mm Mr. H. .EHoii maile. the yitesen- taUpn at thp' conclusifin 6E shorb address ot congratulation. Rev. A. A. Lvtle occupied the oluvir I Claresholm, May_ meeting of Alternoon tea will lie by farmers has bc-an called for tomor- Wftplfc Leal Mission oi Kiinx' row to consider the advisability o-> church lomorrow (Saturday) .alter-j running'a farmers' candidate ia the bye-elecLIon. The movement Is sup- to.have been inspired from Con- GGTvatlvc Quarters, wltii the hope of Mackenzis, but liaa been BtartetJ. too 'lute to be very ef- fective. "The name of Rev. R. K. Pegk, a former Methodist nalnist-er and 'pro- candy .and cooking: as well' aa. u will be on. sale, useful Owing to a. numliEr. of-couiitci at- tractions, the social of .the anjutorcsting; speech at Mission Circle' of the First Baptist nounced. Socialist, is "mentioned, the .conclusion, of .a fine .musical pro- church' 'was -riot1 as .'largely- attended j There- Is, a feeling, however, that i il; would -otherwise. i tlie'inectlng will decide that tiiere'is Snidll lea tabl s prettilj do not sufficient', time, now to work up coratid Ferns ind those who (attended spent ah enjoyahie hour. The fin u rial icaiiHs, from the con tributfop. ol awording to years 1 of gpqd Members of the Loyal .Order -.ot Moose Kb.. 7Q3T- and .-'their friends a. delightful muskinl program in'thi: S.'O-15. haU'laKt'ertn- int, T he arious numbers el'i warmly cncprc-il and .there was'not .a dull moment during the evening. .The program was given following talent Fiano Bro- Miller, Lorric sort, comet solo, .Slas: Dai'ey song. Bco. finis. Ship'man and Rari- i crmc TIKI racitition C Lc c C1 "rti on to Ir Henry f-j PQ T.in_rr i gram which incliiricrl a nu'indoliu .and j piano rluct hv Mrs Humphrey and j Miss Juc'iCii solos hy ATis1? Matson.-Mr.'Flemiin; and ?nd pnno solos Mrs DiiMer Mrs P. J: Alc-vantlcr., Miss Davis and "Mil? Ivillam We consraiiilatc...MiE5. Sinim will no Lc able to with other pold medalists run u here in Ca.n.adi for the il 1 eniplar dm ML. and Mrs. Link anil, daughter. .Marion, left this afternoon on a ten rfays1 visit'to Winnipeg.' At sevcn-lhirtyi., last' evening in Knox church.hv.ilie Rev. A.-G'. Ga'm- campaign and thnt th-c-rc will be no candidate. FREDERICK'S BODY AT COPENHAGEN f P hall nas en tcto last vhencihu Older or Chosen I rienrfs held the closing dance or Ihc series and in point? oi attftn.dince It vis a most fitting Arthur Duiiphy ot city nolicc force. Mr: and Mrs. Duripliy liave (lie good-rwisbcs of: circle of friends John the sernn thnr joined Flags nnd" ferns lent a gala ap- ccssoncs C VSC The c of Mr and Mra McCann Fourteenth St of a prcth wedding nL o clock last vfhen naughter Evadme Jlane in marriage to Mr Roj Gas caden -i The bride winsome in her -ned diuo; lobe of'uhite satin wilhi pearl garniture. IJci bndcsmaid( Mafj Cann in satin uith lore and button ac :tism, inslrumehtal, Messrs V T Booth and 'Little mandolin solo..Mrs I P Ilumnhrev instrumental Mr Cline, and trio, piano, Air tfoo th It'.vras a great 'entertain- ment and tlis Moose yell maile a-fit- ting close. APPRECIATED 'SAM'S COURTESY London, May reporting: to the National Association Comi the result oC their visit "to .Can- ada; anent the.rifle difficulty, Colon' els Bui-row ami Crosse specially men- tion th-c kindness -received from Coli Sam Huehes.. The Council passed Col. Sam Hughes a .special.-vote "of thanks. (Plain Straw Shapes) Auto Veils, Combs and Barretts I Copenhigcn llcnnnrrf 17 Tlio DJnisli lo'jil yacht Danncbrog arrived at .noon' today at Toliibprtrn wliail near Palace bnns .ing tho. body of the. late King Pvcd- "ica iron Tra rru "hB was home ashore by twelve of- ficers and placed in a hearse. A Pro- ces.sidn was then headed a H an fn rn nf different coJoisr for per 3 arc! How To Reduce The Weekly BUI 65c Llmo-.TnIco Cordial; Hudson's Baj Biaud per bottle J Pound Jam I ITS E.icli Packets of Soip cakoB tor nnc laige Prunei per pounds Choice Oringeo, from per doreu 40c 20c 15c lOc 15c ----p- HUDSON'S BAY CO. CAVENDISH Widow of Man Slain In Phoenix Park Introduced" to Nationalist London, May 10. An Interesting meeting occurred. o.Cter (he voto had been taken on the Home Rule nil! in the Houee of Commons. John Red- mond, the Nationalist leader, went In- to the ladies' gallery for hla who had sat through the debate and wbiln there was introduced to the wldcJw o-I Lord -Frederick Charles Cavendish, who was a-jaagshmled In Phoenix Piirk, Dublin, In 1SS2, .while occupying the office of chief secretary to tho Laid Lieutenant of Irelnnd. It ihc first liniq thai .the Irish Itador liad lo Lady Cav- endlsli, nnrl nh con Kratul alert blm on Home Ilule lor Ireland, and .e.'ipreBS Cfl her ilelifiht been present In the House 'of'Common'a' to witness tho't'.Iiniiph of L causb In uhlch she said "she- took an abiding JnteVesf BABY'S FACE 1 ..DEVOURED' BY RATS London, May Ihe result bf bltea hy ft rat, rUHiI .mined MULtif, hocpUnl tbla morn Ing- Wlioii the the child yesterday morning; oiifi of Ito nostrlla completely chcwcvl Hway, and also (he .nar nnd cheek. The nlpplo. of lls'.-feed- Ing bottle had.also bcdclolliliis -wao saturatnil with blobfl. Tbe wHo of Auum. 151 mmcrm 1111, result or tho vole In fuvor ,ot M. i'-p Hamlllon, Is dead, N. T. R. TO HANDLE THIS YEARNS GRAIN Mo-ilrLal, QIIC Ma 17 Leonard, chairman of the. .transchntl- nental ulio ii in the city today tliat' the tro'nscbnti- ncntaUvould be completed in ,ilme to carrj in tlic ia'l of He also said that the ha 1 been phen running rights th? New section ;ahfl'" will-1 this hr usmK tf-o before (iS-liinl Trunk J'ncllie liscH. t ;