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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Angus! 2, TIMS LETHBRIPfifl PAILY TIERAI.D SOU WILL FIND cheapest, because, although it costs a jf Me more, there is no waste with it. Every is good to eat John Gilmore, The Baker Phone 378 Office and Bakery 161 0-2nd Ave., N. Store 4 1 4 1 3th Street N. Phone 1 027 ILADI Offlc., 1224.; EDI JED BY "I 'PHONES: Reitdeneo 1118 ij Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smitii, ot Inger- r.soll, Ouj., arc.the guests ot Mr. -Mrs. 0. D. Austin. Misses Leah Sinim and Eva Munroi i.left on .visit to the' coast. 1'Jdmonton-Bulletin: Mrs. McPherson Bister..of is spending a holiday at the coast. Jlr McLean's son is with her. Mrs. Dr. Egbert .gprpule, and little daughter of Peterson, lown, are visit- ing her sistei W S Adams While hole she ill be the house of Mis J W Oweni, 1329 4th 'Ave.' South. Mr. and Mrs. A.' Packard, of the ,new Yrlington 'entertained at dinner last night on file "occasion of Mrs. Packard's -return' to the-hotel and Covers were laid for eight. The table decor .ations were carnations a-nd sweel -peas. Edmonton Bulletin: Kate Macklin Thompson of Letnbridgc-anc] Samuel Pockington, ot Haad Hills, Alia., were married at Kno.x. niunse on Saturday, July 27th[ by-'liev. E. otlcGougail. After, spending .a honeymoon in the capital city they will reside at the groom's ranch at Hand Hills. At Westminster parsonage, last evening, Rev..-Clyo.i Jackson officiated the 'marriage of Miss Emma For- and, .CJS'Tw-eifthiSt. North to Alfred Goplin, also of They were attended ,by Miss, Alice Foriand, sistei of theiVrlde ami. Mr. John :Bakkwin Inman was hostess-yes .erday afternoon of a gathering some of the ladies of the mee" her daughter-in-law; Mrs. B. Inman, recently af Ohio. The house way adorned with garden flowers and house pi tuts Ballcj pleased the Udies I with of hei well plajed ections. The little daughter of I home, llutii, entertained the little folks. (Mrs. Al. 'Martin assisted the hostess in serving dainty refresh- ments. The ladies bidden were, Mes dames K. Inman, Bates, Cooper, G. F. Goff, Martin, Anderson, Ball- Huff, Armstrong, Al... Martin, D. Inman and Gdaa ..Copper Mr. and Mrs. Church left this mora ing for. Kaalo, B. C The wedding tooK place last even- ing at the homo of the bride's parents of Miss Edith English, only daughter of Jlr. and Sirs. John English, of North Lethbridge, to Frederick'Shep- hard, the popular day clerk at the. Alexandra. Itev. T. P. Perry offic- iated. The wedding was a.quiet one, only the immediate relatives-of the bride being present. The haiipy young people received many useful gifts, the bridegroom presented with two handsome morris from the stuff of the Alexandra, iiud a. personal gift from J. H. the manager of the hotel. A Substitute for Sunlight is not as good and never can be, for Sunlight has distinctions which can never be imitated with success. Sunlight .costs no more than inferior imita- tions so be sure you buy SUNLIGHT SOAP guarantee of Purity on every 5c, bar. The name Lever on Soap is a Guarantee of Purity and Excellence. Mrs. D.; J. Hay and Mrs. A. E. Stewart, the hostesses of an shower at. the Mrs Stewart, In court esy to Mlog rlossie- Johnson, whose mariUge to IIY Eainestllackson place shbrtlj 'l he draw ing were beautiiullv elaborated wiliT'ho quets of sweet peaa and asters, and the., was perfume laden. The" bride to be was the recipient of several useful gifts. The .dainty-tea [lour viands were Mis-j.Liz- zie Shirley, Lena Stewart and Maizie Fleetwood. Miss Marjory; Glazier and AMIS N'tta Wellington iveie 'the door attendants Mi and Mis M V Bennett, nine retuined trom Edmonton, wheieMiss 3ennett has been examining papers On their return they were the guests of Judge Simmoas, of Calgary. Colemauj July Thomp- kins, one of our most popular jouns miners in the Pass, was married' to Miss Marianne Thiboutet, of a prosperous.-rancher'of the Pin- .Cher Creek district. The wedding was solemnized in- St. Michael's church, Pincher Creek. Immediately after th, ceremony the happy pair, accompanied by the wedding guests, repaired to the home of .the bride's parents, where :an elegant coilatiion was served. The ii'awlyweds are spending the first week of the honeymoon at the Thiboutet ranch and are expected to reach Cole- man the latter part of thi-a week. The groom has recently completed and furnished a house. In Westi Coleman; where everything Is in readiness 'for the-reception of his bride 27 Coleman Alta, Till} 31 Albfn's' church, Colenmn, ivas the scene of a double wedding, when two :br6tliers' espoused o Alec Dei bj-fehli e was united to Mi" iiarv Ellon Gidndy, and Miss Surah Ann Smith became'the bride of Thomas Dei bj shire The weddings were solemnized by Rev! Walltins Jones', rector of St. Alban's j church, in the presence of the im- I mediate relatives aad friends of the contracting parties, Tho Derbyshire brothers are miners and extremely popular among a large circle of friends while their brides are'social leader? in the act in which they move. Our. Pincher Creel: 'correspondent says: Tho marriage took place at the home of Mr. aud Mrs. Wm. Maxwell, of the latter's sister, Miss Margaret Marshall, to Mr. William Howie; of- Cowley, on ot this week. The bride has been a mem- ber of the Pincher Creek teaching staff :or about three years and during that :lme lias made for herself a !mst of friends who wiil.wiah both she and her husband, who Is also well known here, a. long and prosperous life., Mr. and Mrs. Howie went on a honeymoon trip to Banff, after which they will iako uu their residence at Cowlav. Page il SATURDAY Special Prices on All Clothing for Present Wear Will Make These Busy Days at the Bay. f. Ladies' Wash Dresses and Skirts Good Buying Every model offered here is strictly of this season's buying, thoroughly up to the minute in style and material, while the values are the best ever Ladies' Skirts at Stylish Skii is. made frqm a line quality English Repp. High waist line, side effect, buttoned right some with '-pleated others panel back aud front, trimmed.wliti insertion. A 'good showing 'of skirls that are most popular -for present wear. Reg- ular 54.00 values foi Ladies' Dresses A splendid selection Lere, and they icpiesent the last Avoid iii style. White'Jawn dresses, high neck and high waist set-In sleeves, grey and while .stripes so .popular this seasra, trimmed with plain grey chambray collar. Pink chain- bray piped with white, .in. fcct all the latest most wanted materials in popular and evclushe styles for piesent 71% wear, ail