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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I'lIE LETUBItlDGK DAILY IIEKALD Psige A, C. Sauiidb.i'B vmterliLlncd at liiii'cliuoi] loduy hi lio'nor of MI-'K, Covera Inld-f'or lun' lUKlMUa llcrivl lionllllrully ccmtrlv'O'l, Amuiif; those- worn Alins iMlsH.Lu miiiye. Jlrs.' Harding uncl .Miss Nlcliol- Sliiiiley, ol 1-llRh lUi'ejy nrc rtfui'ujne from an ex- Hilified wore in Iho city uml Jive. i'ciry. 3 .fllpl'l'ltl, Sirs'. return. tilelr wcclclliiK .Irin., ami. Uike.Ii tip' residence at Mi- Fptirth'' -Mrs. ami lilllc bon, 10'io hava'-roluvneil from a pleasant, trip C. Hurivoud. who liua boon vls- lUn'g rills sister, -ilTfi. UildUuv, left for his home, Ver- and Mrs. .lolm Silver l-rft this aFUir.uoon for Ppi-Uiiii-il, Ore., where' Ih'ey-'ivill re-fide in 'j .Mr, -Mrs.. W. II.. FareV, -llie 'fbrm'ei'. ii' mem- ber or Ironsides Fares, an- nounce rliu engagement oi' their daughter. 10 Di'.-A. Cul- luin, of Calvary; the .'niim-Jilgc totUiIcc lilace. early in J: H. haa house RiiOBL her niece -Miss Blanchard, of Seattle. Miss IGckatorni, .Mi's, l-lckslorm, Miss Miss Match, and l.lio -Misses llanrahan, and .Mi'HHi's. llemivivson, (Hills and wore aniuiiK the Lctliln'ldpo folk who inoloi'ed LO Raymond liiBL nljjht to at- tend ball tliul'o. Tlio al'lt'niooM lea Klven at homo of .Mrs. Hex av- enue, yesterday, under Iho auspices of the Ladies' Aid Srcl-aly. of I lie Clmvih, wiis hugely attend- otl, and ivjiB pleasingly Huucogtifnl. The tablea were daintily arranged'on the beautiful lawn, imd ovcryUiInp WIIB delightfully Informal. Tho pleas- ing lioslOEa wis assisted in receiving and ar-rvhiK I'y Alra. Mrs, Lnycook, Miss MuMicrs, Mlsg Hlnnchc .Miss Francla Vlrlue. Mrs. Clirisllc arid her daughter, Clivva. ot CulKivry, tirc'lho uuesia o[ Air. find Mrs, T. S. Fctlerly for a cou- lile of weeks. Tlio.yuiius ladles of DIG ntlilotlc departineiH of Woslmlusier Sunday School, held an ciijoyahle Ice cream sccial last Jiifiht. The ice cream serv- ed in various forms lo l-'-le king's viu-Ll "cvcryoiie Lhoroughly en- Joyed IL The business committee' o" the W. C. T. U., rocenlly apjtointed, hold the initial tonight al Ihc home of .Mrs. Rutherford, oil! FonrlceuUi utreci Scnlh. 4 The ice cream social 'given liy the KnishlH of Pythian in Ihe K. I1, llnll evening, proved to be an enjoy- able affair. After cooling refresh- ments were served, a dance took place, which, needless to Hdd, delight- ed everybody. The comriiittee in clmrgo were Messrs.--A. L. Morris, Gns Nedig, and W. T. Taylor. BROWN BETTY TEAJRQOMS Business Men's Lunch at 40 cenU served daily AL UUi.Stan ol' the Cor. 3rd Ave. and Fifth Street MRS. LEWIS A. MERRILL j Wifc: of Prof. LeVJis A. Merrill, of Salt Lake City, Utah, who Is a member of the Executive Committee of the In- terndlional Congress of Farm Women, to be held here next October A WASHINGTON 'LADY'S THRILLING STORY Incident Happened Some Years Ago in" London, his diary, un- der date'of Sir Henry Lucy quotes in the Cornhlll .Magazine .1 remarkable .ghost story which told 'io him by' 11. "lady JicEirlng a name highly, honored'in the United The Incident, 'years'fpTcvIously. 'The 'lady -was -at; Wagliington at a lime- when Consress was slUing and all the hotels were full.' Oil for. a room at Uie .liotel, where she. was' accustomed in fmtrontzc' wirh her-nnsband she told LhnL tlic linnsc was full, After some hesitation "the clerk, obsftrving her distress, undertook than a room should he ready for her. It wna a email, plainly furnished room on the "floor. She to early and BlepL soundly until'sac vras awak- ened by tho of a luind touching- her fiieo, and' a voice which cried with piteous "accent: "Oh. moth- er, mother." She AVBE profoundly aiiirlled, hut arguing with herself that 11 was only a dream, went to sleep again. Again she ivfls awaken- oil Ijy a hand ilmL nervously stroked Jier face, and cry: "Oh, mother, mother." She set up and lighted a candle. A. chambermaid came with a" startled, look.' The visit- or rclnlcd her experience. .said the cliamber- maid. "I told them they ought not ijO have put you in the room. He wns only carried out an hour before yon caine." 1 "Who was can1 Veil snid the lady. "Why, the young man who was ly- ing-here for ji fortnight with delirium ire me us, and died a couple of days ago. He .was always stretching out his hands, -reeling for something-, and f'T-Wff. 'Oh, 'mother, rnother.1 Daniel Dockstadcr, an Indian, was sent lo the IJCH. for five years for stealing from summer, cottages at Grlmsby Beach. MRS. ALBERTA MUELIN (Faith WInfield, Iowa, Editor Health and Home Department, Chi cago Dally Farmers' and Drovers' Journal, and a member of the Execu- tive Committed of the Internationa1 Congress ol Farm Women 1 for Everybody v and iner food than ..child ron l.hri ve Tlie children love.ree cream... in fact everybody loves ice cream, so 'why not order '.'he ice. I ha I is made of I hick. .rich and is absolMl.ely ]nirc. There is no more refreshing. nutritious and sum-- pure ice cream. on il sick: ]'co- I'iiid it .splendid recomiiiend it and or.i of pure, viv.'i errani, the best of sii.u'ar, and Ihc finest vanilla. It's a pilv lo have aiiylhin.o' so good as ice cream made will) .half milk, .u'datine or corn Hlop in and Icl us prove lo yon. what we say is true. We fllco carry a1 complete line of fancy pastry ncl cakes. Fresh every morning. We Deliver to Any Part of the City (Schweitzer's Old Stand) Third Avenue Phone 1056 Special Prices on All Clothing for Present Wear Will Make These Busy Days at the Bay. Ladies' Wash Dresses and Skirts Good Buying i J Wf Every model offered here is strictly of this season's buying, thoroughly up to the minute in style and rpaterial, while the values are the best ever offered. Ladies' Skirts at 'Stylish Skirls, made fine quality Kt.pp. HlghVaiBt'HiKVBlcle effect, buttoned right down front; Some with pleated, side effect others panel back and front, trimmed with inserllon. A good showJiiR of skirts that are most, popular -for present wear. Heg- QK ular 94.00 values.lor Ladies' Dresses splendid Holectipn -here, niK.l they represent; ih'e last- in slylc. While lawn circsaes.' high" neck and high waist line; set-in sleeves, grey, and white, stripes BO ponnlar this Bcaso-n', trimmed .with plain grey chain bray collar. Pink chain- brny plppd with white, in fact nil ihe latest anil most warned materials ia popular exclusive styJes for present ?S all at one price I O Misses' Dresses, Misses Dresses iii all sizes, are 'OlTerexi .at1- sjjeoial roductions For Friday. and v: White linen with blue sailor collars and trimmed with white braid; set-in .uleeves. Another good looking dress cover -in ,nivy linen piped with red, and buttons from the neck down lo the bottom" of skirt. -There are 'Also :aoind good '.ghriwn' In grey 'Strides and .fnncy 7C 'All one price Children's Dresses Are on One Level at Children's Plain Linen- C'hildreu's Print '.Dresses; .Children's.'Chamljr.ay, ..pi'eg.sos'jv Dresses for Nnmll Children's; Dresses J'or .Large Children; Dresses 'J'or for all ages from 6 lo 14 years-and a. wonderful selection of ..Salines too, material and finish, trying to .eiiiun'erale.tlieni,