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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta UAUA' WHOLESOME RELIABLE P U R E not amazed at life 'Tis still Tho mode of Unil with His elect THietr hopes exactly to fulfill, In times and ways they ieast .Mrs. D. A. Alison has Ron J-txlcnded visit to Vernoti, U. I Jfrom a visit to Crantirook. Miss Anna Pnttcson is IJIonarch for fow days. I week, and yours will be greatly ip- j predated. The Kirst Rapfcist Aid incHlng at the home of Mrs. .James Fi.sk was not very largely attended yesterday afternoon, owing to the nnFavorahlo weather. Tlie- afternoon ;was spent in sewing, after which Fish survcd very daiutv refrcsli- j men is. Mrs. as- isistnd. I A Had-death occurred tbis -morning 4 BAKING DnufnCD K. MAGIC BAKING POWDER GERMANY HAS PACIFIED The residence uf Mr. and Mrs. O.IJ. Minakcr, oi' Gladstone, was th-e acer.e of a very pcctty wedding un Yhurnday evening, August. 31, when tho riago took place of their eldest daugh- ter, Alison, .to Clem-out 0. when 'Miss .lefts ItenllcH JlcVcim Coronation, Alia. The bride was cii i-ir given away1 bv her father, and tho passed away -at her home M- Mrfonned by Rev. A. U-cnlb St., an illness last- H Ostcrhaul> Pll. B. Thc colof ing over .some months. Miss McVcan BClwmc of thc Decoration was pink j has biwn-n-resident of Lct.hbrlilge for pcas and asters with {nearly a yciir. and a half, coming j trailing green being artlstlcnlly ar- i Nathan Austiv left "last night jjlcrc fron; Greenock, Scotland. Her j ranged over archway and mirror, ami )lor River, she will spend ;mouicr, two sisters and two hroih- j tho mantel banked with (lowers. Tho her loss. The graceful 'wide looked lovely In ;t wed; 'Little Klciic Lcary, crffBcw Island, jls in the Gait Hospital, suffering (from n broken arm. morflh, relatives. i en; are left Ui funeral will be held Saturday aftei- Mrs. Paddon, has been a house !nnun at o'clock. jgutM with Gray, left this i for (lor home in Calgary. Miss L. Watts leaves Saturday for ic east, .to spend the winter at her Iboinc in Valley. i' 1 'Mrs. Green, of Hlairniore, who is lies I with Mrs. James Fisk, will 1 remain in the city lor, a week'longer. I Mr. and at ding gown of ivory satin made traine, draped with silk ninon ID the knee, where it wa-3 handed with deli: cately tinted silk and silver and Mrs. S. -I. Shepherd are pearl embroidery; the surplice front little dinner this which opened over a yoke of Irish' j evening, the occasion being their Kvcdding anniversary. The guests in- cliide Mr. aiid'Mrs. W. A: Buchanan, lace, and the bands of the kimonsS sleeves, were embroidered with pearl bugles, and the high waist. Hue was finished with a white silk cord girdle: (Misp HaBtie {Maple Mr. K. -e a veil of embroidered Brus- JV. Gibbons, ann Mr. A. Burnsley. At! .briaai wreath, and car, the conclusion of dinner, the party j a bouquet of white roser, and attend the dance, which Mr. and j lilies of the valley, her only ornament Mrs. P. L. Naismilh arc giving in being a gold cross and chain. Danger of War Averted; France Makes Conces- sions to Germany j Berlin. Sept. Von Kldder- i lin Wiietcher, the foreign secretary, nesurea his friends today that danger of war between Germany and France over Morocco has passed. He hoped to be able to announce the terms of tho settlement in tho Reichstag on October 10. Oerimmy never haihthe slightest, intention of going to war j over what he culled "a parcel of Af- rican sandhills." according to thc for- eign secretary. The chief task now before the negotiators is to find the nec-essary economic formula en to se- cure genuinely fair treatment for Germany and other nationalities In -Morocco. Two big piles of papers containing France's final proposal and Germany's counter proposals ;ire ly- ing side by on a table at foreign office. They will be discussed tonight and tomorrow by the foreign secretaries and Chancellor Von Nath- inann Hellweg, who has lust returned from i an audience (lie Kaiser at! Kiel. It Is now clear that Germany i wii; consent to a French protectorate j over Morocco in return for a treaty which will strictly be for economic rights, and in to this a slice of the' Congo, it is understood that Germany is asking square miles in the Congo. France Is reluc- tant to cede more, than square miles. K. of P. hall loniehl. Mr. and Mrs... R. F.. Sherlock and .children have returned from'the Ar- arow Lakes. j The, Government steamer, Lady was in waiting for their exctil- Mon- lencies .at Montreal on Thursday. On 'the arrival of the vice-regal train, Mr. and Mrs. .John Andrew I'family leEt today for Helena, p-tana, where they, will reside in fti- i ture. A bill, allowing women lawyers to j [act as magistrates in trying cases jiphilnmt under 13, has recently, bt 'passed in Frnnrn. Miss Gertrude Delnney, Ford St., [the party embarked for Bay; to finish the holiday interrupted by visit, when his Exccl- t iiency, the Governor-General, opened thu Exhibition. Their Excellencies bridesmaid. Miss Margaret Miii- aker, wore a of apple green uatin dc'cliene, made in empire style with bands o( pale gold and pink em- broidery and carried a bouquet of plnlf roses. during the ceremony Miss Edith Mjnaker played softly Schubert's ser- enade, and at the close Mendels- sohn's wedding march; the bride: groom was ably supported by Mr. Roy Fahrnl, B.A. After the ceremony the will return to Ottawa on September brid illth. and her mother held after which an in for rocher- ill as returned from a (Tier aunt, Mrs Ion. iorft visit St. Petersburg, Sept. Soatht'Tston, of. Nan- jj imperial wedding tonic place here to- day when the Princess Taliana Col- daiijchter1 'biUfc Miss Wilby, of who is en route is I'Avith Miss Branlford, hornet from Out., Call- Wood, Ernest iSt. Mrs. C. Freeman and Ffree- man, St. Mary's, Ont., are guests 4 with Mrs. R. K. RhcrlookNThcyjIwin remain for some weeks. Vancouver, jEic, son of lion. A.jlicfergie, oMSum- merside, P. E. i., and Iva i Blanche Weart, dawgMLer of J. >W. I Weart, were at r "i The members of Vfclie Mount t Royal, sClub, Montreal, will give a Earmmll reception to Excellencies 'the Governor-General Orny, some Toronto News. Conutantilc Colstantilava. was mar- ried to Prince Oonstaltile Dagrito- charming house '.guest( Miikranski, a cornet, in the horse cral t timel in the and Miffc G-ood- g.n pi'fal Lady William lce, recently elected' to the hoard of the Queer's FJospi'fal lor Children, Hackney 'ivwd, LonUon. are the on IT women the J t-weniy-, seven members of hoard. Mr. James Fide has a [trip to Gufitph, i Ft tJfc and i other, eastern poAits. Mi. t been in poor heaAth for sopw rbime, j and is taking thefctrip in I that The Youif .Woman's Sodij-lity guards. The Kmperor blessed thc "bridal pair. An imperial Ukase was recently granting all hut grand ducal the Imperial family ii-hft privilege of contracting marriag- es outside ihe reigning house. Mr. and Mrs. Whitty, Smith, I. D. Alohaw, L. H. Grady, anil N. Grady were members of a wedding' party, that, registered at the Alexandra Hotel last evening. Tho bride, formerly Miss Florence Gr.-.dy, Whftty were united in marriage yesterday at Warner, and wnre nccompauled by the above friends to this city. The wedding couple left on this morning's Flyer for a wed- ding tour in ihe States, visiting St. Paul, Minneapolis and other import-' ant American centres, while the oth- er members of the party returned to their homes. A happy event took place at'three- o'clock this afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Christie, oi 318 Sixth Ave., their daugh- ter, Margaret, became the bride of Wilhor TiCGlop, of LeUibridge, with the Rev. G. W. Kerby officiating. The bride was'gowned in ivory sa- tin under tunic of embroidered chif- fon, eiigfld with cream sillf band cm- Hopes of pearls arimned the bo'.iice and front of tunic and gold che little buffet luncheon was dainti ily served by Miss T.ulu Margaret Fahrnt and Lib: of-Winnipeg. The groom's gift to the -bride was a magnificent seUpfVinlnk Tm'S, and Lbricies- niaid a pearl peridot pendnnt. The pianlste received a ROW neck chain and the best man a pair of en: graved cuff links. Many beautiful Sifts were receiv-ad, Hmong them a very substantial -cheque from .the groom's father, Mr. Lewis Dunning. The wedding was a quiet one, only immediate friends being present. The guests from out, of town were: Miss Babel Dunning, of Hartney; Mrs. A K. Cook, OarndufT, and Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Lazier, and Dr. Shonlts, of Winnipeg. The bride's going-away suit was a fine navy blue French serge with large beaver hat. of 'black and emer- ald green. Tho happy couple depart- ed amid showers of rice and cheers, on ihe .'.line o'clock train for points Tvest, which will include Banff and Largo n. after they will take up their residence in Coronation, where Mr. Dunning is manager of the Mer- chants Rank. "Mr. Dunning was formerly connect- ed wliH the local staff of the Merch- ants Bank. He was handsomely ra- membnrftd -by his Lothbridge friends, "The San Souci Bunch." their gift be- ing a beautiful marble and bronze mantel clock. j St. 1'atrieV'a ehunlfc met Wit-h SftB. hinds wore used to finish thc yoke, i Fred Kenny last evening, uhem the. j collar and slceven, together with I regular readings' stfaaon 'wen; i large golf! ornaments on thc front v the So-i anil back of the bodice. She carried a i commenced. Next riality will meet shower bouquet of white roses, suite, AcAdia Thr bridesmaid, Miss Lena Chris- f tie, sister of the bride, was wearing Miss Irene Kerr, been via- pale pink built on empire lines, Ring Mrs. Fink past. two {under pink chiffon with coral and months', returned Ati rowhead, B. pearl garniture. The groom was at- C.( aocouiMini efl by ..Miss j tcnilrn by H. Brown, of this city. Florcnrc wJSltiiic her guest j -The ceremony was performed in tho for a month. drawing room, which was beautiful "I I with quantities of white and pink car- The marriage of Ellen ;nations and garlands of stnilax. Ini- Letts and Mr. Ernest j "harles. Shar- j mediately after the ceremony a rc- Jon.d. wns v Lawn Blouses We have selected 5 dozen from our best selling llnea in tailored effects, made from dimity