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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Augusts, 1.012 THE LETHBRIDCiE.DAlLY HERALD PawO OPENING OF Cpaldale Block, 309, 5th St. South AT 9.30 O'CLOCK Someone Gets Tm's Beautiful Clock FREE All arc requested to'givc their name- and address during the first week' of opening, the number opposite your name may be the one that will decide who gets the clock. Below Are A Few of Our Specials Children's.'Dresses Percale, in pink anil .blue and red grounds, with white stripes and yoke trimmed 'with embroidery and novelty pearl buttons, deep hern1 at bottom of skirt Ladies' Ribbed Vests Good.clean, yarn, wide shoulder neck1 and arm holes; shell stitched bot- tom Ribbed Pants Extra fine bleached, yarn; superior in. mer- cerized lace 'trimming, French band with draw strings and buttons, covered 5c. AViije lace' crocheted Btitch urm holes; taped -neck ami arm holes, overstitch: ed skirt. lOc Children's Muslin Drawers .With continuous tape sides, side openings, frilled seams, deep ruffled hemmed edge bottoms, for 20c Hosiery A fast biuck seamle6ts heel; 10c. lisle finish; -welt-top per pair Pull seamless, -rib top, fast black, 'fine lisle finish; double spliced heel and toe, iong i elastic Vlb tops J-'JC. Toilet Paper Guaranteed to be free from injurious chemicals, soluble in water. Has no superior for health and safety. Per roll 5c Gent's Hosiery Brown and bine, closely knit, extra strong double hee! and toe elastic worked rib top..................... Fast black, seamless, elastic rib tops, spliced heel and toe, lisle finish...........JAHj Fancy stripes etc., lisle full seamless -i per pair................ -101" Corset Covers Good "quality plain-style, with fancy oyeratitchcfL shell., trim- and circular- nack Gent's Ties A new and beautiful variety of light, med- ium' and dark shades, checked and..; striped silks, "AtJV. Band Tecks Club ant! bat wing, shield bolvs, and Wind- sor ties, Gent's Collars Extra fine quality lin- en finish; heavy inter- lilting; well stitched; button holes and .finely laundried EYE GLASSES, skeleibn rimless eyeglasses: no.-chfcrge for fitting 15C TOILET kinds and odors. Two for cents to ioc 'WRITING PAPER per box 5c to 28c; WRITING TABLETS'..-.'........ ........Sc't'o 16c' 5C to 20c; FANCY-WORK .BASK ETS I5c 25c inc' CANDIES PER POUND............J 25c' Complete assortments and varieties of GRANITE WARE 'TINWARE j HARDWARE WIREWARE GLASSWARE QUEEN'S WARE CHINA WARE CROCKERY STATIONERY DRY GOODS NOTIONS NOVELTIES TOYS JEWELRY AND TOILET ARTICLES. CANDIES Our slo.n; is sinall. therefore it is-. inipossibJo to disjilny everything.' .If yon ilo.notsc'0 iM'ticlesyoii for tliom.. .This store will he run on a stri.ctly cash basis, therein' the IjoneJit of low prices. giving -you Remember the place is 3095th St. S. at 9.30 o'clock MONDA Y MORNING, AUGUST 5th See Our Windows For Display On Wctlticfijny nioiulng, Mr. Mar- ly 11 Armstrong of Nanton, and Miss Luujc C'ol'iulioun, of Brandon, were united in ivarriagn by tlie Kcv. A. C. Urj'aii, at thc home o( Mr. and Mrs. H. T. S'tyclt, of Nanton. John Hcnson of Sweet Grass, and Miss Hunsoti of Saskatoon, were married at thc Baptist age, Great Kails, by. the pustor, Rev. Willis K. I'ettibonc. Tlicy will make their home at Sweet Grass. An international engagement of in- ternational interest is amiouncrd, that of Miss Nina to the Marquis' of Salamanca, son at the Countess DC Llanos, lady-in-wait- ing.to Queen of Spain. Miss DC is English born anti a great fav- orite in KngUsh sporting circles, where her beauty and grace attract j 1-enerul admiration. She is raiher 'tall and dark 'with cxceplionuHy haiidsouic in she blcs1 her father, Senur Dun Miguel Martinez De 1-Ioz, who is a very dis- tinguished looking n.un. She also re- sembles him in that she is an expert horsewoman and is never happier than when driving her father's well known horse eoaclu- Senor DC Ho'', is enormously weal- thy, deriving a large, income from his extensive Argentine estates, wnen! he breeds pedigree horses. lie has done much toward improving thc standard of South American cattle and has It is on Top Every Time! Supreme above all others in qual- ity raised by merit alone to that proud emin- Alberta's Best Baking Powder is uniform, pure, is Invariably dependable. 'Your gro- cer knows him. bride's parents, Mr. anil .Mrs. V.'m. Wlddls, near -N'anton, liy Kcv. W. J. llinclicy: Thq bridal couple left on the soulli- liouud train Sunday evening, for a trip to llrit'ih Columbia through Crows Nest I'uss. The groom form- erly resided at'N'auloii, but [or the I past year and a hali has been engi- neer of the coal mine at Kipp, Altu., wlit-re the newly married couple u-ill live. Miss t'amcron has the Kast. returned from won hundreds of prizes, besides carry- ing oft many of trophies of the most coveUd (riet, to Mjss turf On the everting of July 21th at half-past eight o'clock, at the home jof Mr. and Airs. John Rnbinsun of Uieii'hen, Mr. Frederick Murl Myers of Vulcan, Alta., was quietly mar- If .you would fluid yoiu inside j our trunk at the end of yoiu instead of scattered fit along the see (.hut your baggage or sound construc- u'on and made ;.o tlio seveie srrain of holiday travel. Our window? now contain a display of end bags, made by ..the oldest and .n die b.isu.e a and nothlns but dependable bagsago is shown at piicci trat dcfj competition Suit Cases From Strong Iron-Bound Trunks From to 'OUR SPECIALTY-- We are making' a special oiler tor the Holiday Season of our Best Fibre Trunk a thick layer inside and out lomplslej) coverfag the trunk of hard compressed fibr? lined inside with linen, no trays, hat compartment and small divisions for neckwesr etc Fitted with i'ale lock. A trunk that 15 prac llcally indestructible o'Too'.c, also of couple were at- horses hred on Ins own estates, by Mr. jamcs o'Toole ami all horses' in his English o'Toole, brother and alrc. stud come from his South Americanjcousjn o[ thc- hridc the ccre. slock terms. lnonj, was Rev. U. L. Dougaii of Gleichen. Miss Alice _ Drcxcl, daughter of Mr.' .Mrs. John R. Drexei, of Phila- delphia, and well ..known in society Coombs and Mius-R. Kox, place j ODIST----Rev. CIVo circles, had a narrow es'.-ape frou'i: on Wednesday, July 24th, at Castor, j preach the mornia--- an'il.-" evrnlnsf' The marriafp .Mr. Waller P. Pastor u-ili preach first of a series of "Mrssiigps1 of Modern Life.'' Subject, "Three Sides, to-a-Big Ques- iion." Orchestra at 7.30.'- Special music. All WKSTWIiVHTKR CIIPROII M12TH Jackson will serious injury whsh the automobile in "wliich she was '6'pcfn.tirig was sl-nic' Alberta. Mr. is well known services. Sunday school at 3 p.m. (inv.Talicr and district, sindi in I g by an automobile delivery wagon at j masonic circles, he being thc master! _J liclicvuc rnd Wheatlaml thc Doric Lodge, A. P. and A. M. Incr .Wtb 11Iltl "h Newport, It. I. jfe Drcxel was No. Kiss Kox was M 7'30 'Rcr- thrown from the machine, to' the luwn Vlv a teacher at, the Tabct wll! preach. Sunday of a-nearby house iar.d suffered noth-'The cquple will take up their rest-! at 3 P-m.. All .heartily wel- -----THE- BROWN TEAROOMS Business Men's Lunch at 40 cents served daily At the Sign of the Teapot: Cor. 3rd Avc. and Fifth Street j ing worse than a ishaUing up. Mergence in Talier, and v.'ill be maid, Marie Lablene, 'received a, .September 1st. slight coik .'KSion'of the1 brain and her chaufTcitr Gc-jrge "K'osch had a leg broken, hcjiides sustaining otiier in- juries. Mrs. SLtitvesunt Fish, who was nearby, called..doctors and an anibulancG thO'inairt and chauffeur were taken to hospital. at home The marriage of Mr. W. E. Buchan- an and Miss Winnifred Dora Widdis was solemnized at the home of the come. KII'TH AVE.. BAPTIST for Boys Founded 1S65 ._nutiful healthy si tun lion, over- wking- Lake Ontario, with lM acres of Playing Fields. Gymiiaiitim, iVcw Covered Kink. Hoys prepared for the Utsi- vcrsil'ics. Royal Altlitary College Bivcn to ycunperboya. Next Term Sept. 10th. iwnli SiBhyt M.fl. (Cam.) LL.B. MErJmistcr Mrs, Duns worth and Mrs. Steven- son, Nc-rth LethbrJdS'j, were visirors in Maclobd, during the fair, returning j Home last night. T-iOMrs. C. B. Bowman and children Mrs. E. Adams and little son, who have been- visiting at Proctor, B. returned to the city yesterday. T, D. Kevin, formerly superinten- dent of the A. R. I. Company's railway liney, who has been visiting. fir some months in New York and Ziormnda, has returned Lo the city. OHUR.OH a m 5th avenue: find- ISth llcv re I-eld at TIG j K.th Si, Noith Lcthbndge, at 1030 For young ladies. Extensive curricula; Conservatory of Music prepares for all musical exam- inations. Full High school and First year University Studies; Oratory; Business College; Arts and Crafts, Domestic Science. Students reside with experien- ced and eflicient" Instructors in beautiful college home. Endow- ment provides for modern fees. Young ladies interested in any of the above courses of study" should write the Principal for handsome prospectus. Fall Seni- enter begins September Dili. Unsurpassed in Residential Ed- ucation Toronto onservatory Of Music EDWARD FISHER, Mus. Doc., Musical Director Reopens Tuesday September 3rd TTENDANCE LAST SEASON STUDENTS Kaeully of One Hundred Spudulisls CONSERVATORY RESIDENCE for young lady students is being greatly enhU'Kt'd and will I'cady for, tin- opening. YEAR BOOK, 170 pages, CHUKCH SERVICES WHS LEV Cml'RCH, MKTHOD1ST T. 1'. 1'orry, Sorvicts at II a.m., subject, "Full end 7.30 p.m. subject, Unlimsh- Towcr." .Siiccial music by full choir ami [pinrtcttc at evcnim; service. .Sunday school and Adi'itt Hi- Class at 3 p.m. All cnrtlinlly in- vited. Social hour after Sunday cv- ling scrvicp. FIRST CHURCH OF Haiik .Block. 11 a.m. .Sunday School 'I'1.10 p.n.1., sub- ject "l.ovc." Wednesday evening tes-j lilnony mealing 5! p.m. The room is open to everyone every day from 3' to ;1 p.m. Everyone is cord- ially invited jo attend. .ST. CYPRIAN'S CllimCll, AN- 8th Avp. and llth St., Rev. (.'anon rector. .Sunday .School and Bible Class 3 p.m. Communion S.30. Matins II a. m. Evensong 7.30 p.m. There will he no beginners' class. KN.OX. Ucv. A: (i. Cameron. .Services at'11 a.nr. and 7.30 p.m. The minister will at, both services. Morning "Spiritual Repair." Even- "For Such a Time as This." Sabbath school at 10 a.m. Tile All- Welcome Adult Bible. Class will meet tor llililc study at the close ol the morning service. Strangers and visit- nr.'; in tiie city always welcome. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN' (lie home of Rev. C. (Irani., ISOil Sixth Avc., S. SunJny, Aug. .Sunday School at 2..'in p. m. There will be no services. The pas- lor will preach at Warner. The Cotta society iiicjln with Sirs. (Inint.on Thursday after- nonll. FIUST HAVTIKT Ave. lili.l iNinlll SI. S, Kev. A. C. Watson, It.A., pastor. Sunday, Aug. 1th, 11 a.m. public worship. Pastor mailed on preacji. it p.m. Hchonl. 7.M P.m. Pllhlir. unrpllin in IMniHu north. Kcv. C. H. McKinrion, pastor. Services at 11 p.m. Ev- erybody CHlTttCH OF fc'crvices in Hall S18 7th St., south, at 11 a.m. and p.m. Sunday school at 10.30 a.m. A wel- come to all. GERMAN and will be conducted bf .the 0 i Graft in the German lan- 1 fie German speaking populace is cordially invited. UJliHCll OF CHRIST OP I 41TLR 0 E Hall, 10th .St., S., near.Y. M..G.-A. 10.15 a.m. Ofiicers''and teachers urieefr ing 10 30 a m school 2pm Sacramcnlc .ncetm? Bishop B S. Young, No. 1, First avenue south. Ii dainty embodiment cf the queenlyrosc's fragrance. Made of best Italian Talc, ground to impalpable fineness, to which arc added sooiliing, healing, antiseptic ingredicnti, Na-Dru-Co Royal Rose Talcum Powdef keeps the skin soft, comfortoble, healthy and bsaiiliful. It is i toilet delicht. 25c. a tin, at your cr write for free sample to KA710VAL DSL'fi CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED, ;