Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD i PageiO This Is A Kg Diner. Regular A Handsome jSolid Frame, iipliolstered in Raised French Velour, spring Seat and Back. J Sells M Given t Come [Early To Get It Re Dresser Stand. Out Meltzer Furnitiu HDITEO BY "UNO" during his rjife V. bis de cease. "'This is the law in'the oldgi provinces. It protects! a married wb man from the mortsaging by-her.'hua of more than two-thirds of-hii property unless by the cdriserifqf .hit SOCIAL AND PERSONAL -Mrs. T. R. Davidson, 630 Ashmead Street, will hold her postnuptial re- ception to-morrow afternoon." Mrs. w. J. Armstrong has as hev guest for_a rew days Mrs. Fiel-d, of uaigary. V T Mrs. T. W. McEachren, 428 Ernest Street, will receive tomorrow. Her, house guest, -Miss Jennings, or Toron-' requests to, will receive .with her. (Westminster Sunday school. bles were beautifully- varied-colored "Mums" arid carhauous and every gco-aie dear to boys, includi- .ing of course pie, served.-There are great hopes of big things from our future citizens IE the, fifty Herald" boys.are u sample ness men oi the a better be-' haved group .of boys would be-difficult' "to JUKI." Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cheney, wno nave been spenchig the pasf three months in Moose Jaw, returned home yester- day. rcT r'songs 'the the way, being orations.'of worth.-; The tables of Mrs. Ly'tle and, .M.'.ss- uiey ueing assisted Maisou, ttofcertson, -McCuUoch; tsuuar. snnm. -Tlie serv- ed by Miss-. Austtn-Vaxiidsi acting 'forV the ;LocaJ: Council of Women, has already inteir-- viewed Hon. C. R. Mitchell '.attorney- gt'iiorul, respecting the revision of the .bill presented "last session, and i.has received are promise earefuReoa-. siderauon, as well as V statement tc. the'-'efrect thw a bill embodying the principle sougut by the women will be introduced at ihe present. session oi legislature. -TWILIGHT CHAT -.-O The.-.girl'with. many, men "friends is'- distinctly very'-modern product. Our most certainly ,-neve.r.. '--indulge in. friendships .with ma- trons and- maids, who were'.- not re- ceiving, themselves, were calling. and xi II ckenzie, .-left- for- "Edmonton yes- terday the; :ppehing- of the legis- in winter. Macleo'd tess' JaseK a] _. f V rr 'T' v the marriage of Nicolai. -LarsoaVand .uerta Johansori at'the Chris: Fisber. "S'reet-riast evenhiV the do -he'. tuoKevrea a IS GOOD at ALL of UK- TIMES BKEAKFAST lo MIDMGIIT YOUR GROCER or 1027 The 2nd Ave. A North I. The entertainment given in Red- j ing's hall last- by the young men oi St. AJidreWs churc'n, was well attended and the doorreceipts aonount ea to tbe splendid sum of "0. Af- ter the expenses nare been defrayed iT-e net results or the evening will in-o- cv.Diy amount to Some of the musical talar.t of the city eon- hributed to the pleasure of the even- ing and the two merry sketches "Mus- ical Astors" and "Courtship uiitier Dif- ncuuies" were immensely enjoyed by ihe auaience. Probably the most ap- precjutecl number on the programme tvas ihe imporsonation Harry Lau- resT3e" only provinces have- not wbo tfshilt, "i'6'- lea did the "Bw changed all 'the' Men, "'unless blinded pid are: excellent judges 'or a'-; woman's-- character.- The girl j.'irh-many-men. dower-, Alb ture' an. act m'arrie'd ts thei'r'j husbands lbfe Jntro purporting protect Amends' is ti'rsf- "ol -all -a -is unselfish, egotisti-cai animal; Sijng for, to and f iroin ;cut -off introduced Reived'- two wasithen committee. Mrs'. Arthur Kdmbnton Lbcaf and" (jpeared bef sent :th.e Many years in force-in but this legislation various reasons.' 'There is no law In protects pecting their share, estate of their husbands not-.be popular, with many. .men friends has f Sie.onay .inow ot the worl d and 'its aad- yet; ther prer sympatliy will -dower, her to '.understand'; and al: uominion of the world "J'rust of suit that when, they -.foreclose mortgages tbe wife is ing, whereas she may hare contrlo.iji-: ed by her labor to the securing qfftfre; Homestead; or by husband money' whit'it''-.sire- possesseSi; ia' her cwn right' wtfen mm. In tfte lat.tor in.trn'r.oe.-aUjs" a Tact i.'hac when 'once a tiiis cotitroi oioncy. and i nf husuunti's. she any say as' Cu ibe-'dispoSjfnptr'ol! the and Ipudly proclaim his, absolute' un- oC ciio" friends o! worthless, not one of the friends in that has come to crown. h AlKOute dogs through VUm> say. .lo.wnshiy. aad- killed about thirty turKeys. Capiam Hobert E. Peary, the Airciic explorer j' win 'return TO'A'roiic duty Jn'thc U.-S'. navy xm-'-Nofefhcer cue wonxen the of cower rigfirs the iayiiig down of-the a uicirned .women .sliiiii Jed to a third interest in' Her Restorer formers :o its proper tcnr-ioa restores vim aud vitality, premature dtKav sfcxual weakness averted at om.e. wilJ make you a new nisc. Price 53.1 b-ix. or twn for fcv 5.' w any Co.. St. CatbarSiiOA. Gns.. Tfce Seoboll Drug aer in rendering "Tobermory, by K. B. Johnston. sung An interested group of mothers ac- ujntiecl the demonstration of the Flei- clier Music Met hue! for children yes- a' tne Garbutt Busi- I College Miss .Mary ilcGrcgor, a graciiiMe of the Fletcher Musicalj Scaool of Coston, gave an interesting! talk, explaining iht- method which is' lounooii on kindergaricn principles, Us aim 'being to reduce the mental strain in teaching young children in- j music. After the holidays! Miss McGregor intends giving a. pub-! uc recital. Her wee pupils having j cnorge 01: the programme. A feature! of yesterday altemoon's dcmonstra-1 tion was the -display oJ materials used in connection with the method.