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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THE LET'HBPJPGE DAILY REKALD FWDAY, XOVEMBKll Av CEREMONY IN BLACK FOREST Look! Plioto shows a sroup of guests assembled to celebrate a golden wedding in the Black Forest of Germany. The tostumes worn dale bact to the medieval ages- 'BIRS.ASQUITH AND HUSBAND; v SHE TELLS OF FIRST MEETING [Ehe Former Premier'Hasn't Read His Wife's Memoirs, This Part of Them and Blame Him If You Can. -A Lonflon newspaper Ao hand this forAno sport, in London hutead of Iii hejcountr> with no money except Bain 'there is good authority ,'jprjsaying that Mr. ABQutth has never i his memoirs, known the Autobiography of '..Margaret Asqulth.- :Heldecllned to look nt thejnanuscYlpt i-wliicli, .It is said, was sub-edited .by j iLord' Crewe! ah old friend of Mrs. Aiijnltlrarid a 'son'-hi-laV lot -the 'Earl "Mrs. fe'mliiis'cerices a'r'e ar> jiearins. serially in .Great Britain of thelt- publication In b'obk form. ,A lato instalment, print- ed-berewithi is the 'Perth1 aWre (Scotland) Mall. After p'erus- reader will hardly, blame for h'al'reaalng'his wife's rtfeiniecencet; other- sections of the haYHe could make at the Bar, was bey thought, taking too inarty risks waa -much more afraid of- Bliojliug Henry's life than wy. and what vith-the old lies nnd lovers, and new lea'and stepchildren, I deliberated a on? time-, before the final tiring my'.WGddins One night aiter our engagement we vere dming with Sir Henry and Lady t RnnnormoVi tlin In describinEiher first meeiing with 4he; Minister. .Mrs. As- q.uHh ,-S. met mjr'Husband for the-flrst Jlnft -tf-'dihher given 'by qusly Cfiiiversatloii ana hie clean -Cromwelliftii faCfl. "He was different from tlie" others, -and aUfaough at'orainaWly dressed, had_so much personality thai I made-iip mV inlm! at once could mer ondCT Effthci everything.' After dinner we walked'on ,1 .was flattered find my new friend by ni) Lord Batlersei chaffed IfJ trying to separate us, but with.tact and de- termination frontarattauk was ve- BlBted, and my.-iiBw, Iriarid. and-I tired to the darkest part of tha terraco leaning the parapet, we ggtied Into trie muf-and- talked, far tho met a dftjB later, dining wElh Sir; Algernon "West a er> dear nnd friend of nnd 'B'ttertHte each other constantly, {found froci something he said to hie tha hs married and lived In, Hamp whea 1 seo him; gardenia "in his buttbnhole. biit he didn't get mv ticket'1 Our register was signed fojr Prime Gladstone; Lord Roseberry, Arthur- and my husband." spent 'ths first ou; honeymoon atvMella.Pork, Erbme, lent to us bv Sir Jonu and ladi and the eecpnd at; Clo.velly Court with our friend and hostess, Mrs HamlMi Some raeu are so that they mTcu i time to t.itjo> 41400 vilws, not old tlocfr. All bought ycir We-'have some large sizes in Men's Work Shoes going cheap. .Mio Boys' Strong Leather School Boots at rea- sonable prices. _ _-. H, G, KILNER 13th. STREET. PHONE 317 Accepted or Not? It you beeu accepted, t fan suyply you with auy uuruber of jewels wo will be accepted-by one girl lu tho world." "haVe the. way to the for.many mn, and wo can do it (Or you. R.A.WRIGHT V JEWELER BALMORAL BLOCK Campbell-Banncrmah. While the women talking' and- the men j flriakjpBi dear-old' Mrs.. Gladstone and ither ladies and political wives. took ,me on. ss :to the'duties if Minister, they were BO eloquent and so severe that at ho end; ol, it I did .riot'feel at all ure that I wonld be (Joinglh'e proper sleeping with'him. 'Whe_n Mr Gladstone came into the drawing roomil felt depressed and clinging to hii arm[ t swjtcaed him Into j a corner and said 1 feared the ladies me, for a jocWy orV ballet girl I had been' adjured up, among other' things, dancing ndmg and acting. He- patted tny- 10 Vnew hetter fjtted to be the rfife ot a great politician than my self, fend ended by sajlng that, while was entitled to discard exaggeration In rebuke'it UQS a gfeat imstake not to UiKe cnLlclEm wiaelj and in eplrll ivhlch mlgtt Hurhi It" to good accoutit. it j is natty the mart of sluggish i I i .torpid iclioa of DM Irrer and i and dmppaars when Or. Chasi's KMniy throrPHts ira used OmpilladtM ZSi HETERIA Better Meat for Less Money 4O5 Fifth Street South irt one, The was a shb: and the marriage took olace on 10, 1801.' those uajs, says Mrs Asquith, 'It Kasllesk common- for people to collect on to see a wed- ding." The firel marriage I'ever1 saw which; collected accrowd waa Lady but her" father, ?-ord' llose- and a Prime 3heJwas- married In Abbey." Qrosvenor Square to St. George's Hanover Square, la a short distance} but from car. front'ilobr to church, the pave- ments wero- blocked with excited and enthuslfl'atifc peopled An old nurse of House of :He'told me that my sister Charlotte'a, .Terusha.Taylor, ie hadtalwiyVbeen a shy man, and told me that a gontlcman outside St in sdtrffwavs him even Georgee had said to will give now, but Ijam that I did not for that ticket ot >ours'' and observe it et She llaieV.as stir people when sho refused, lie will give me I liked anything'you like! I must I! Jilt led I..was eir.b'ar-fMargot Teiinant I asked 5000 People Bigger than Biggest Circus Is What Became of Kitchener? The Fall of Khartoum [Roberts at Pretoria t World 3! Greatest Panorama MEMORIAM Pork, Veal and Mutton Are M' Away Down In Price COME PAY A VISIT TO THIS STORE AND SAVE MONEY. WE HANDLE ONLY NO 1 MEATS. Mild Cured Corn Beef, per.lh "......izy2e: Finest Plate Beef, per Ib. 7...........r. Leg of Lamb, per pound.....-.. _. .30c ShoulaeV of Lamb, pound Rdast, poiind j 18c to 20c 12 pounds, pei pound .35c Creamery Butter, 2-pounds Roast Pork, pei pound 33c VeaLjfoastr, per pound F. BERRIMAN, Proprietor. J BALp Manager stead and that Ins days were divided between 1 Paper Buildings and ouse of Comtnons. He told me that rasBed, by 1 cannot' truly say, however, that the.word "shy" de crlbQdv at any ho TJTIB a llttlo gauche In movement, .and bluahedi'ftuenOio was'praised, put-1 fcayS ncVsr sceh him; anyone, or enibarrased by any social sort of a man ho'was. She tin' he fcas a real gentle ma'amj 1'know a'gehtlenian making this profound nhd attach jog friendship with the slrangcr of of Commons dinner 1 had pfaced In n difficult position Helen Asqttith died. To be a Bteptife und a stepmother .was tm- thinkable, but at the sam.e, time the moment had arrived when a 'decision Ing n greit change in1 my life booomo Inovllablc. I had writ1 teji fo'yeter Flower day for nine with the lno months lie had spent his creditors in and 1 had prayed for Win ivery rilE'nl, tat ft hart not brought rnors than hipplncss to of whert deliberately Bald good hyo tb him I sfiot down i page of my life which, eyen if I rjRd wished (o, 1 coUd never haro reopened When Henry lulci mo he careA fof me, that unatlflcd Inner voice which wo all of us hear 'more of loss distinctly told me 1 would CD untrue (o myself and quite unworthy or life If, a man cnme hnocklnfe at the 1 did not flint! wide open The rumor w to Iioxcs for.niaiHng, ridies, Oin K, OF P. DLDfi. WHOLESALtj OfJt-Y LETHBRIOQE AND WILL BE SOLO ON SATURDAY NEXT, NOY, 27 COMMENCING AT 2 O'CLOCK The goods aid in Al condition, well-assorted, and include: Prints, Flannelette, Canton Flanhel, Hosiery, Gloves, Children's Sweaters, Toques, Tarns, Scarf Sets, Jerseys, Pullovers men's Cloth Raincoats, Bloats, Corsets, Night Gowns, Dress Skirts and UnderJrirU, Men's Suits, Pants, Raincoats, Sweaters, Wash' Shirts. Underwear, Mitts and Gloves, Sox, Caps. __ 7 Furnishings include Mattresses, Coil Springs, Linoleums, Feather Comfott- ers, etc, This is an event of great''im' poiUnce to the public and should dtaw hufce ciowds Every aiticie offered will be'sold to tne highest bidder J ATTEND THIS BIG SALE IT WILL PAY FRANK BUlLETIfi! SPEaAll J HAD AN OPP6RTUNITY SINCE WRITING THIS AD, OF INSPECTING THIS STOCK AND I WAS ASTOUNDED AT THE EXCELLEjiiCE Of ITS APPEARANCE. MOREOVER, IS THAN AS AOVERTISED. i IT 'MEANS TO -THE PUBLIC -TO TURN MS LOOSE INTO'frilS CONSIGNMENT OF GOODS WITH NO RESERVE" AS MY BE BETTEH IMAGINED THAN DESCRIBED, A WORO TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENTV TREMENDOUS SAVING TO YOU. ,-i FRANK WADDINOTON., ;