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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Salnnliiy, QHohcr T7TF! LKTIIBRTDOl? TTKlftALD I i II ItU on Top Every Time! Supreme above all others in qual- ity -t raised .by alone to ernin- enc Alberta's Be, st Baking Powder is .uniform, pure, fr is Invariably Your gro- cer knows I ILADI EDITED BY "INO" PHONIti tilt Mr. T. l'ower Ic.i s next week for Kiliiioiiton, where U rcsiilo future- Mr. Main ami Mi Baker, o[ I'inch er Crcrk, who ;ii the nis diincii last event., today Inr WiiinipcK I" resume Btudlei Iliu agricultural Mrs. W. I I ho isoli iml little daughter, and Mi1. ]lum ,Sprin waste energy, time and cc t To step it at once simply lut-ke Ejfeadache Wafers Your Druggist will confirm statement that they do not cirij anything that can harm or nervous system. 25c. at, NATIONAL DRUG AND CHtf.MiCAL CO. OF CANADA, Thanksgiving Dinar Monday, Oct. 28 50c OYSTERS ON HALF SHELL SOUPS Ureen Turtle Queen Style Consomme a la Bourdalouo RELISHES Queen Olives "Celery FISH Fillet Halibut Steak Tartan PariMun naked Koimebee Salmon 'a la llolrni Pommes Neveroise ENTREES Devilled Crab in Suell Chicken Cutlet Bordelaiso Broiled Beef Tenderloin Maitro do li Pineapple Whip aux Vanilla SALADS Salad A' Z Allenmande ROASTS Prime nibs of Boef Yorkshire Pudd Spring Lamb Hint Sauce POULTRY Roast Young Turkey Cranberry Jel'.y Domestic Duck Walnut Dressing VEGETABLES Steamed and flashed Potatoes Canadian Peas In Butter DESSERTS Deep Green Apple Flo with Cream Fresh Pumpkin Pie OTV Pie Snuco Rhubarb Pie Steamed Hum Pudding Lemon .Telly Vnnllln Ico Cream and Finger Cnk'-' -t Muscatels and Almonds A Fruits Cheese gnli.'iferci Coffeo and Mrs. .lolmslonc will reach that city on Mon.lay atternoou. _Tlie miisicale Riven by Mrs. C. 0. K. Nouise yesterday afternoon to in- troduce Mrs. .lellift, ti pianlste of pronounced artistic nliility, is ipcning; a studio in the city, was cn- loyed by some sixty giiests. Mrs. Jclliil has a. sympathetic .ouch and appeal, which wao shown especially in her selections Ircin Kali. Every number was well received and most favorable comments were heard, ler execution of Urchin's Khapsoilic was sucli, that the guests demanded repetition, which was graciously Riven. Miss (.milliard's numbers were ex- optionally well executed, while Mr. -ayton's were up to heir usual high standard. Mrs. Nourse was assisted at the ea hour by Miss Patteson, who pre- idcd over the tea table, Mrs. Ancier- on, Mrs. C. M. Arnold, Mrs. Hugh Donnan and .Mrs. H. J. K. SI ellow and white chrysanthemumi. 'ere effectively used in decoration. The tennis dance, which was held in the S.O.E. hall last evening was at- attended by one hundred guests and in point of eiijuy-melil was possibly thc best of Hie series. Tlie Edmonton Journal of Thurs- day contained the following account of the marriage of a former very muc! esteemed Lethbrldge town lady: With splendid' military ceremonj ajid well fltting the occasion, trre mar riage took place lust evening, at 7.30 o'clock, in the First Presbyterian church, of Elizabeth Adelaide (Addle) Belcher, second daughter of eutenant-Colonel Robert Bslcher and Mrs. Belcher, to Mr.David Alexander Traham, civil engineer. Long before the hour appointed the galleries 'were thronged with peo- ple eager to see the bride, who is ibt only a daughter of Edmonton and greatly beloved, but a "daughter of he rsgirrrent" as well, her father be- ng the senior military officer o'f A! biidc 'wore a Trench KOWII c Mils satin draped style, 'broad baml of heavy and oriental ombrold- cry over'right sldo of uodico and pune-1 of uolnte do I'arlg lace fasten- ed at waist lino with black tulli bow, nhadow lace yolk outlined In silver and corsage, lionqnet of ctrlt-r velvet ronoB, blacli velvet hat will, bird of Paradise osprcy, and carried a largo white ostrich feather fan will1 muiher ot pearl bundle Inlaid in gold .Mrs. Hugh iNesbitt. alstar of the bride, wore silk voile over satin, with touches of bhiok velvet, large pink velotir hut wllli black and wiiito jjlumes. .Mrs. Cherry of a house-' Sliest, wore Alice Mile chiffon velvet i liavlns n band of sable around toni of skirt, large collar nnd rsvureei ot pointe (le Venice lace, bordore? j with sable, and shadow lace yoke anil! touched of gold, black Iwuver hat and: black osfA-ey, shoiver bouquet of Amer-! lean beauty tied stream-' ers of sold lace. From Hie church tlie bridal parly and Kuests repaired to Colonel Hel-i Cher's hoatltiful home on Seventh! street, where everyone received a: firacions welcome from the host mid hostess, and where congratulations were showered upon the "Man of the: CVlr. David Graham, and good wishes fcr long life and happiness to th'e charming bride. From the gate of the main entrance j of tlie Belcher home, Japanese lant- erns were suspended In double rows nnd bordering tho lawn the'same gay lights which gave welcome to the guests long before they arrived. Within the hall hung creased swords, ritlos, crossed lances and oth er military trophies, tho dignifted ef- fect being softened with flowers ev- erywhere. The bridej who stood with her hus- H. J, K. Skeith. band at one side of the table, laugh- Ingly called for her father's swcrd with which- to cut the wedding cake and the toasts followed, 'the bride'.' health being proposed by Rev. Dr. Me Queen in a bright little speech In which he wished the bride and a very happy journey. "I do not know just where you arc- said tho doctor with a quiet fmile, "but wherever it may be I ar.i sure that you 'will enjoy it. Every- body does at such a time. My own fira; trip was made from Calgary to Edmonton in a added this old-timer, with pride, "but there never was a sweeter journey." Gentlemen, isn't it about time you purchased your Fall Suit and Overcoat .Bel'oro you make your final decision call and see our selection. The materials we aro showing in hoth suits and overcoats for this season are of the highest standard. And the style! Well the custom tailor would find'his .cleverness taxed to fashion a suit or overcoat with such dis- tinctive lines. The graceful ap- pearance and perfect propor- tions that identify our garments the only ready-to-wear of which we knew that has everything (ex- fapt the-price) in common with finest made-to-order. Ooodnrei .In cloth, make, etylo, lit and finish, Is crowding a.heap or good- ness lato a .suit of clothes or un overcoat, but if you aro particular ill re- gard to .these thinga, come tind see vis for wo are here to please particular people. Our selection In suits includes all the popular colorings tot this sea- son's wear In Tweeds, Worsteds and Sorges. Prices liange From Our Belectlon 4n Overcoats Includes fl-nest English and Scotch Tweeds, also best-beaver cloth with- velvet collars. Prices Range From HUDSON'S BAY CO. Clubs and Societies The Vv. C. T. U. Lqireshment boo'tli at the exhibition grounds during Con- gress week, furnishing and comfort, to Anally moth-, Let us sse how what is good an what IB objectionable in old age. The art of life, no I have so ofte: said, is adjustment. The .secret o power and of .joy is to .recognize th inevitable and accommodate one's sel to it. Therefore set It down; that ever Is dissatisfied with his age- ashamed of his birthday, tries to make people believe he is younger than h nettcil tlie societyii Hbc .splendid i.n'in sum of 5308.10. that the Congress is over the or military district 13, nnd one with a distinguished military career. "A" squ ions under command of Major Orles iach, formed a double line from tho arrlage floor to tha of the hnroli, standing with crossed swords, naking an arch for the bridal party o pass under, and on their exit, throe miming; cheers -'or the bride s her carriage rolled away. WhUe he ceremony was in progress the iers lined Hie nldo aisles of the lurch, a number of the tuoopers bear- ng lances aloft. next good tiling is. the-poster-sale to be held in Knox 12, 13 and.M. Tlie excuutiVe having great success with their plans. It is now up to tlie ladies oi the con- gregation to get their donations ready and interest their friends. THE AGREEABLE OLD PERSON There are agreeable, happy old peo. pie who are welcome .everywhere; and (hero are unpleasant, kill-joy old people who are a nuisance to ail who hav0 to do with them. There are nice and naughty grandfathers as well as nice and naughty children. Wbal makes the difference? It is upon this question tbat I under There was a stir of intense interest, talio to give a few bints, id all -eyes were centered on the love- First of all. there 'is a ilifferen is. forever butting his 'head 'ate and seeking...; to male younger ie tes- Eentiaily ridiculous. "And "Nothing is 'worse In the twilight of life Than to 'be from hour to hour more ridiculous." WIDE SCOPE OF INVESTIGATION ANYONE WITH INFORMATION CAN APPEAR BEFORE MAR- CONI INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ly bride, who wns escorted up the nfslo by her father. Relchor, who was in full dress brigadier uni- form. Ahead of tlie -bride 'walked with de- mure step the little flower girl, Miss Heleii McQueen, who carefully the path with flowers, and following the bride was Master Oliver Ilislop, train bearer, who his duty royally. The bride's gown was of lieiivy white mirror satin witli square train, tho front uf the skirt drapod and caught with a spray of orange bios soma over a petticoat of real lace very long court train of Spanish lace falling gracefully from the shoulders and edged 'with plain border of satin The bodice was draped with the same lace and fastened w It'll true lovers knots in Bruin. Ions tulle veil, the broad hem BOWH with sned pearls and fastened with a corciict of cvnngo blossoms. carried .1 of bridal roses and Milk's of (lie valley, and wore the groom's tfil'I. a platinum chain and pendant with diamonds and whole pearl drops. Miss Helen Mowburn of Lethuridge, another "bridesmaid, wore shell pink embroidered crepe -ite eoie tiniic OVOT aatln, witli ticop silk fringe, shado'w ,ce yoke, bands of embroidery on -bodice and sleeves, white silk plush lat faced with black velvet and long white willow plume, shower bouquet of pink roses, with long satlii stream- ers. Each bridesmaid the groom's gift; a gOId bar brooch set with pearls nd olfvines. i The ceremony was performed by! Rev. Dr. McQiieon, a very old friend of the Belcher family, and who inter proposed tho toast to tho brido. The man was Dr. Duncan flralmm, irother of the groom, hlH gift, a pearl itfek plu. The imhora were Mr. Percy Ifilcher, .1r., -Mr, Walker Taylor, Mr. loiinelli Kdmlston and Mr. Dyson lifilpH, -ennil rrfioivlnjj a pair of moth' r ol' fiiff links. M rd. xnolhcT. gi Uic tvvccn age and senility. An old per- son may be respected; a senile person cannot lie. And a senile man is pno who stub- bornly clings to his faults, obtrudes them and refuses to mpiid them. He IE liku a bad .boy. the only difference being- that a bad hoy can be fcpauked, and a silly, selllsh old man can not be spanked. An old woman or man ought to have the very lendercsl love of all fam- ily. Such 11 iicrstii should be the mosl treotjurod and revered of any who sit libfjiii. tlio henrtliatone. IT be or sba is not so, It usually, though not always, his or her own fault. i A DAINTY LUNCH Is Served dally from 12 to 2 o'clock at The Brown Betty Tea Room Al the Sign of the Tea Pot Corner Third Ave. and'Fifth Street South Miss L, Stella Lumbar d Teacher of Voice Culture and Song Singing 16, Hull Block Telephone 1536 London, Oct. 26. Tho Parliament- ary committee selected to investigate the Marconi contract, held a secret meeting yesterday. Sir Albert Splc- PACKED IN ON'E AND-TWO POUND CANS ONLY CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL Adrianoples Fall is N ear 'Continued from front page) zation has not gone to thc extent vhich her neighboring empires have rocceded, but has taken certain prc- ininary steps, which are tne i.tre- unncrs of nctual war preparations. Military men in Hcrlin make no ecret ol the fact that a Russo-Aus- rian conflict over the Balkans is'far will ho under thc military occupation of thr Servians, Montenegrins and Bulgaria will also participate. "It appears to be a grave question whether the1 victorious Balkan armies, when thc time comes for the -conclu- sion of peace with the vanquished Turks would amicably evacuate tlie Sanjak. "Hemember what happened in when Napoleon 111. attempted to in-' tervene in Orussin's triumphant oper- ations in .Bohemia. (It is not COIIT ecivanlc thnt the Servian, Montenc- I- Mm philrman Him- morc imminent than during the Bos- anl1 "I'lEanan army of occnpi- .i. th0 chairman, latei mdkated the nla.HcrMKOvin omicxatlion of tlon would as sternly reject Austria's character ot the investigation, when j The declared that Germany and hidding lo evacuate the conquered ter- ho made the following announcement: j France woulil almost certainly "The committee 'will hear any per- j drawn into such n war and that son who can bring before it facts with would be difficult for Great IJriUin reference to tho charges and allegn.- j if the triple entente is capped to keep tlons of corruption on the part of any person or official In connection 'with the Mnrconi ngreenlent." be r'tory as Bismarck rejected Napol- it I cnns- "Servin longs for expansion south out of the melee. There is reason to believe .that- jman diplomatic authorities arc-nei- Thc committee will hold its first pub-j ther. so- anxious for-the .war--as the lie session Tuesday. Tho BEcre- ImiJitary party, nor so pessimistic in tary of the post office department will jt'ard to its likelihood Cotllit Voii Ins'" ;ir- bo the first witness. WATERWAYS CASE ON THE LIST anil west. She seeks the recreation of the old Servian empire. A victorious state and army are always prepared to risk new sacrifices f.o hold what they have won. Austria has 'Bald that she would not tolerate the occu- partion of the Satijak by Scrvla. She could prevent the eventuality men- rival in New York this'vjeok, guvii only by going to war. How remote intimation" of ii'ew '-'c before Russia- would York' Times .liiiilcr-, compelled to lake a hand? stands JK nuw going oil namely, i "This opens un a vista oi .terrible Fnjnco-Gurnian, possibilities, which, I devoutly trust, with a view of eventful joint action It will be unnecessary to disctui in to .restrain-their rcsifectiVc allies! at the lurid light Ol realities. General -St. Petersburg and Vicnn'a from nis'h- ImliofT, however, liko tho entire Gcr- iug info war over the distribution oi man army, has confidence In the the1 Ualknii spoils. i Turks. He declaros that the enrly Major General the liislln- frontier Kilccess won by the lluigari- guishcfl Genrah or'iliriance expert, ans, Servians, Montenegrins and who rcorganixed the Turkish.artjillcry Greeks arc absolutely without influ- I London, Oct. 2fi. The following case.1; arc set for hearing before the 1 judicial committee of the privy coun- J cil Royal Hank oi L'nnacia vs. Hex, j nucstion the validity of certain sec- tions of the Alberta 1'rovinctol Act, unicr'General'i'lnron Voli'Incr'o'olta, "tlie great'alid vita'lTssues''oi this being an appca in the famous tllis whcre the danger the campaign. lie lays great stress ;Vberj" i European Armatldcgoii exists. i on tho mountainous character of both Orand Trunk vs. McAlpme, Uu.ccc, i tic "The'San Jac ot Bazaar Macedonia and Thrace and says that for personal injuries I'layfair vs. wil, provc to bc a ifirabrano..1( thc tllc gianf ranges of RtioAofe aild Js. Mcaford Elevator, Ontario, (ianiage Balkan leagUc succeeds 'in .licatihg trahia Will prove unconquerable al to gram elevator; helly vs. Endcr- Turkev. In that event ton, .Manitoba, allegea fraud Kelly vs. Kelly, Manitoba, partnership dis- pute. Several other minor esses will he heard.and a number of judc'inents wil! be delivered. The sittings start on Tuesday. the 'district lies for the Ottoman forces. LIVERPOOL LIVESTOCK MARKET Liverpool, Oct. ROROra ft Co., Liverpool, enhlo today (hat piles into tho nirkonlioail mal-ket aro very plentiful. A few Canadians here, nnd maintained tho prlco last nuotod, while Irisli cnttio'woro u shnile lower. Quotations: Cnnndlans, anil Irlnh 11% to conuj per pound. CREATES A RESERVE OF STRENGTH ;