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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta May THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT HERALD BAKING "Mr. and Mrs. 0, B, Fuming an re-, who was holding hej post-nuptial re- jdic.Wover thj ifi'n.daughUr, iception Eleanor Elizabeth I The drawing were beautifully done with ferns and crimson Jullps The hostess wad handsomel) gown- ed in.blcck chiffon veiling blue satin adorned with wee pink rose- buds and corsage bouquet ol lilies. Mrs 0 Courticc, assisted in receiving, was modishly gowned in white wfth lace garniture and consisted of a scripture read- ing niid'prayei' Mil. ..Charles, McOlenaghan X paper, which had been prepared hy Mrs lllaci, of Vermlllion, In which khe outlined, the object ol W 0 T 1' work, stitlic that the object Is the protection of women In the homf 8he took as her slogan, "For God, (or home, for our native A .division-of work was given follows (1) sane prospicthc of the ob- ject and score- of the A good bill of folks, (a) gen- erals lo (h) stewards to feed (3) I spilt dc corps (a) lojaltj, (b) enthusiasm, (c) heroism. A good bill of fare. A Rood walkmj delegate yjn apt presentation ol work to strangers. Enthusiastic invitation. Jo. strangers. 'A .quarterly concert and social; for business men and women, who ire. htisy through the day I (9) annual (anvas of or city for membership. The Institute adoped the tbove 4i- usion of work lor all the unions ol .Southern Alberia. Mr, A, ,N. McClinton and Mr_ 1 McClinton on a trip to the coast. 'Miss, Irvjnc leaves on Saturday to vacation in Cal- spepd weeks' vai garv nh'ii v Jl Miss Uaia Sanderson, who visiting friends in this city has mtu'rneij to her home in i t Mrs" R. Howard Dobson will be a hostess on Saturday oompli-, ,___ t _ tit til nnhenn urrin Bow- Mrs J V Cook invites "to tea room, wearing a smart toilette of white serge with lace and bal} ttim- g, OOMPU-1 >nd hlte mentary t, Hf, H. B. Bobaon, jiai just completed a course at Var r sjtv, Tcronto. Mr Dobson intends to loiate (n toe west, The. visiting delegates to the W C The dining table was centred with an immense shower car nauons in a tall cut glass iane which rested on a silver edged reflector, rue. visimng neieguies w "K w Ipstituter which closed its ses- at each of he cornjrs rested a noon returned to small vase of valley lilies their homes this-afternoon Mrs D A Tavlor wearing a ch costume of fith pearl and golil adornment and black plumed hat pour- ed tea. The assistants were Miss Ilarell, in pale blue crepe over satip. with Ori- ental accessories and black willow plumed .chapeati, and Mm O'Hagan, In andj white lace- tfniehel Weellttle Edith Ball, admitted the callers, was Ihe daintiest of pic- tures in her white frock and blue nb- Mr H. VcOuirs left this alter- tioon (or Hat ,to his Albert flomque, of Mlla, Quehrc, who will visit with Mr The Daughter! and Maids of Eng- land 'Will entertain at a dance in the S 0 Fi hall bn'Fndav evening, May Slst' i J'erdle, of Hie Garbutt 'BUSI- jirss College ifaff in this oitv, left {yr nccupy a similar position in the col- lege in that citv. Scores called between iho hours qf" foiu and six jesteiday afternoon to 'welcome Mrs T. W Snipes', a new-comer to our city, The advantages of printed, programs was taken up M Mrs McKenne) and after a thorough discussion it decided lo adopt them. nueition "What the, between scientific and medical tem- perance'" was brought up Thu re l '.VCTU INSTITUTE Wednesday of the 0 r V ppenaii m fhe Y M C A at two o'clock, with Mrs iMcKmnei, provincial president of ihe in the: chair. Mrs Murray, of Carmangaj, con- ducted the opening- exercises, u Inch 'le fmlt w J Just a k UM it ike w' nrtftUu djict. WTC jajit hit tkn Til DOMINION CORSET COMPAIfT QUUIC- f- Maatsn W Ctleoratad D A Cciwls lates cspeciallv to proMding pVopsr teaching along lliesc lines to tjie children in our schools, A presentation of Loial Temper- I work was gnen bj Miss Mafj Carton, of Whltla Miss gnnued a legion at Whltla, and she ionic splendid ideas on organ nation among caildren, how' to keep them interested, how to have them, educate themselves along these lines und help their parents. JJrs Oiace Uovd, of Carlstadt, ietar> of Loval Temperance Legion work in and Saskatchewan, lollowcil with an outline qf the or- ganization, its great need and good effect (in girls and boys. 1 he meeting adjouined at ,l o'clock Eienmg Sesnipn. The ciemng wssion, which wai> an open mcpting, was well attended and tin- program commenced at eight- thirlj, with the nresident of the local C 'I I Mrs n Conibear, in I thr chair The Weslev "Hale Quaitette jrcnder- ed, the selection, "lead Kindh Muht" m hplendid manner Miss Leah Smmi gaM: a pleasing which was followed b; a, lal solo, hi Mr Rhynd Jamicson Mrs uratc noju, ui ,1 spirited and highly instructive address 01 "Wais and of in- teresting young men and women in U.e taKing as her n.olto, Hold-fast the V.ibs I G lonps rendered a solo fine vo'CC, after which Mrs Paw- sin, ol (.'oaldale, a humorous leading Her encore number was en- titled "There's no one liVe the (oiks after all." Mis McKinnei, Claresholm, was the puncipal speaker oi the evening She commenced w ith an account of har first evperienccs in W C T U work mid renewed Ihe growth of theworjt lo ils present dimrnsions llci plea was "win should not know about the liquor UafJfielH we arc the ones, who lo l-car -the sorrows, which, accrue ihe curse Our lives are npt givep lo 'us to stand at awl neglect -our Irothcrs and siiters, who are eipos- ed lo temptation God will us responsiblf Where is thv brother' A was made by a great, laboi leader in speaking to laborara on the temperance question, that .1! anj burden were put on the labor classes equal (o that of thr llquoi traffic, it would be thrown off by a levolution But because it has al- wajs hecn with us, wp tolerate it We arc working with the people, es- pecially through the children We are working to combat every possible line of strife. Liquor men are entrenched behind the government and liqlloi laws of the counny The result is found in the slums ind unhappj homes Lljjuor s more annually than do tuberculosis and. consumption Until men ballot so. as .to put .in power Ihe light men, men who ate not airaid to speak in parlianient, can never throw it What docs the world demand of us has no right to debauch himself WP owe the .worjd lives. The IriisUture claims that'.w'e the traffic to taise'taKes. Who. pay the taxes Men, who know and have investigated, claim that for every dollar we take in'lrbm the liquor lai; we pay out from to J2fl to take: rare of the men, who drink the liquor. Mrs appealed to Ihf men Do >ou know jomig man ibal nliuo.sl all p'aces of einplpynienV are cln.std against ll.c drinking man Koon ihe onlr open to drinking men politic! 1 am not knock- government, but do you know how noon we-will cati- nel Edmonton .iust as soon sw we influence the vote. not taink that public stntlnwnl In not is. Lloyd 0 tor ft if our attitude m this question ill'eMM us to tail, then we will fall. ideal'of .1 home is a eoun- trj, where there are no homes de- stroyed by liquor and none are cursed i em onlv one', "b'ut I am one I cannot do everything, but I can do something. The meeting closed with the na- tional dnthem This (Session Thf final mest'-ig of the C T V Institute held at the f .M C A this morning Tbe quektion box was much in evi- dence, and a thorough stud> of the annual report of the i car's work was 'A fiisuission followed as to whether an Institute should be organized lor Southern Alberta On motion it was inapiinotistv decided 10 organize such in Institute. A resulted in this dlitriel being namid the South- ern Alberta District of the Institute of the W C' T U The following officers of the Insti- tute wtrc then elected b> ballot as follows president Mrs. Thomas Taylor, Lethbnilee V Kuller, How Island -Corresponding Car- Kenl, Medicine Hat The president of each local union with the Institute officers will com (irise (he executive The Institute includes the local un- of Blairmore, Champion, Car vS'arnck Lethbridge, Bow Isl- and, Medicine Hat and Suffield The date of meeting of the neit annual Institute will be de- cided later the executive After an informal discussion of the work along general lines, the meeting The engagement is announced of Miss Kate S third daughter of the laio rmifpld, Montreal, lo the I Son Mackenzie, ol Richmond, marriage will FaVe place shortly Clubs and Societies. important meeting of the Women1! C'lVic, Club wasvhejd the Y M C. 4 lestrrSK afternoon-with a gooil attendance "'The'following caniassorb, who will work m twos, were appointed to thor ought) canvas the city for contribu- tions towards the erection of a Y W A Ihe soliciting to be commenced at once 'Mrs B Cunningham, Mrs II McKeown, Mrs Walker, Mrs Miner, Mrs Taj lor, Mrs Ilajr. Njaimons, Mrs GaUm, Mrs Reid, Mrs Ration-Canning, Mrs E N Iligmbotham, Mis W A Hamilton, Jits Jones, MIBS Dow pei and Miss sDe Vober the conclusion of the meeting light reires'nmcnts were sened NO MARRIAGE OUTSIDE CHURCH MH -MICNEAULT1' IMfHATIC IN oescRniNa BEUATION or TO CMUUCH Ottawa, 29 If two Ro man Catholics were to-publtely de their intention ol so that it was known from one end of the of Quebec to the other, that thej would get married, but not before a priest, the parties almost repudiating their church, it were. and such a murmur, were to take place. It would be null and'void, and no marriage under the Quebec law. "This was brought out In: the argu- ment "before the; Supreme Court, to- day by Mr. P. n KC, oqun.se! appointed by the Dominion government lo oppose the enactment of the Lancaster Bill Mr MlgnonuH maintained that publication of banna and the presence o( the pariah were necessary and that publication elsewhere than In the parish was of no as was marriage under the circumstances of the two Roman Catholic, s non Catholic. such -as; this contrary to law. "I submit that Mr. Justice Carbon- ntaii is' wrong in "his judgment when he'aays that no nulllly Is stated Mr Mlfneault, In dealing with this -point. More and totter will be the mull of your If you use White CakM Vour grocer keeps 6c pack- sns of sti cakes. Send today for sample. 'White Swan Splew Cer ealf, Llmlled, Toronto, Ont. i A Great Gather? ing Of Bargains At The Bay Men, Women And Children Are AB Catered For In Sale 1 f V i Some StrikinR Values, Sailor Hats 25c Suitable (or boys or iMt; in black and white or red wnitb straw with bind! jilar (fcVV ladies' Sailors' 25c are clearing out about- aO ouly white wilor hats ,they are well worth double but they loo, will go .at School Hats 25c Large shadv hats, suitable for school near, from soft mrtrinMBed, tint a cents wil make them in to hats Children's tarns in blue or' white drill TheM too, will a big Jrep. ttr chtliren a( from 4 to t aol some are in.whlte drill, Me, Me fcWW Ladies' Spring Suits Don't delay longer it jou would bu> a suit while the busing Is good, eiery juit In stock has been much reduced, no-ta single suit will be car Tied 'over and the price tickets are that a mill.see the last one depart Embroidered Sun Potmcts teailr treat auM in thia lot; of thtim were Idri irer If cents, take [or :Children's Wash Dresses will If. the couifc in ever> pcs.lble pattern, shade and color ThJ linn from 1 to 5 years, .that formerly at fl It; irfll all drop down Ww Miej'5 to H tint irere prevloualj- at f1.lD'to will take.their chsnoe'at Men's Tennis Shirts 'It a vlong drop from 'n to 90e, but is the ledge on which those tennis shlrtu will rut for a short time onlj on The> wont stay there long, however, for they are made from a heavy sWrtlnf, ground stripes qf_blue, green and purple and ralfht) food Qfln buying at.......... Knit Ties at Did jou ret look.m ties last Nearly aien- ono must a lot has aad we are givim sou one. more ctance at (hem. Silk knit In all colon! and well :5. .-j tinn, in at one price BOYS' Shirt Waists Get something Is comfortable, and ilj shirt waiite _ ?orae In nap- jrRh plain while with stripes and, cheeks and have stiff collar to. match The "aim 11 pto .111-ii jj Saturda} onl} Men's Gray Canvas Oxfords from a iers fine grej canvas with brown leather strappings, with_ leathei sole gC Tan Vld1 Bluehers, sound durable boot in atyle Sliea I to UliiC Pridas and Saturday Special Friday and Satu'rda) Girls' Pumps Gun metal pumps, with ankle straps and fanes leather bow, a dressy shoe, also n tan rr, and Sa, Strong Sait Cases LooK 'n the side window for these a'ld you will believe >ou see They are naife from a rer% tlthtl) woven nist- ting with laatker corners, lock, well Made in 2 slses, the M lo, size will be C 4 f1 M; U In slse will be I I V. Boy's Gray Canvas Oxfords, A tool and'comfortable shoe for the hot weather; loud aubstantlal leather soles and Saturday Boys'Bluchers good 1.60 Girls' Patent Ank.e with Instep strap and corded silk bow, for smart wear, C1 CK jaln at Window Nets at 2Qc Wall ;ZOc Just four rolls only and good too, 40 in wide In White, Arab or Ecru r Dainty Cotton Voile at 3ic Ten-Tiece Toilet Sets at sets are in artistic shades of green, cockTblue or pink and thei are full lOpIeee sets. nod hard ware, well and perfect In every of the bow If have rolled edfM oa C1 QC Jrlday and Printed, Scrim 18c -Green 'slied and palnttdr In. wide 72 In. KID DYED with ilitd an etcaptionally m9G A acrlm on both sides, colors permaneqt, In Wide, very special for Pridli) and Saturday -S J 1 o anes 9 A ft Those new: patterns In Voile, so much .ought after for numrner dresses, with fane) will all be reduced for Friday and Saturdaj. Bierj shade and color Is represented and with them we are putting In a full range of bordered foulard Verj special lor Friday and Saturdaj Some Staple Bargains foWs ,veg. 33c -We for Towelling, pure lin. rcg. J5 12 1'illow of best oirciilnr col- lou, 35c. Blcochcfl Sheeting. 8-4, rcjgiilnr 35c Cotton Corduroy will be 39c sniarfeft and moat fashionable ma- terlal'for auillBier near, U in black, bpowii, and blue and Is of extra flee quality At OUT regular price of 4Bc and 600 we never isuch but Friday and Saturday sees 4t down to Week-End Grocery Prices Prunes, por II) Salt, Four bags for (Cooking Hutlcr, per Oranges per dozen Xcw J'otnloes, 3 Ibs. HUDSON'S BAY CO, ;