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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE JQETHBgJUMSJti HEKALP_ Two shall be boro. the whole -i known t I Shall cross, escaping wreck, defying AtiiJ read Life's meaning in each cither's eyes. So 'nearly' side' by side, that ihould liMU space to right or Wt. They" needs most stand acltaowledgta, face to face. i Aud yet, with wistful eyes, thatntv- K meet, groping handji-.that never clasp and lips Calling in vain to ears that neie They seek each other alt "their wear row. to visit Miss Donna IV ustrnted .halt Montana. Thirteen Hitotked u of Filth street .showing-' oprtion of leaves- Sunda PHONE1 "Hit 1111 o, Maple Leaf Chapter Xo. 7 the Order of the Kas.tern.Slar, of.vhch a caiubic officer lor Jail Park, tie 'traffic and ti( >ig viaduct, s vj; y-. Kihe Conslaritihe D 1 Jfejji- :_ of Monday on an extended her in A'eiv Brunswick Mrs.'.R; E.' Bkeith-and children are. spending the summer on' Sew Dayton.-: A'- -VrS." German, ol To'ronto, j arrived, this afternoon -to spend two M Gibson rendered pleasing instru- mental selections, while Mrs. LonS and llanuard solos. 31ts. j.- B. Ross favored with a re- 'MnvfliBg Tlands'iJeic after which the woitty Patron expressed the afprecialton of the members ol the' Order of Mrs. Moth's energetw efiorts.m its behalf, Mrs. Graham, (he worthy 'presenting her with in" Eastern Star jewel. Mrs. Moth "thanked, .the donors for their ;ilt and kind wbtgs. 'S. Fourteenth Street, entertained.last evening in honor of ler'daughter, Ullan's birthday. GimM and. mutic proved very enjoyable for tge'guisU present, dalniy ments' 'being served at I he mldnisht hoar.- garden a of doubt tie cy'brtie held by a great monypeople.'in this city th.t roiei eicepl the'; cbmmdnest varieties, can not. be'grown in this climate The doctor has .seventeen bushes', ail-'" simply'loaded-with bud and hioiVom; beildM a.great-many ,-.._ will eventnall over his these are. pale pin KiltarVenV- Earl" Dufferin maroon Mri. Shernian Crawford't pale, pini la France, ithfrs, "showing 'that good WEEK-END A CleaivUp in Several Qdd Lines Now Bear- j ing Sharp; Reductions Especially for Friday and Saturdlty's Selling Children's White Dresses from fine mercerized Mulls and Cnmbrlc, rounded or 'square j-oie. trimming? of very fine French Val and small "pattern Swiss' Emyroldery In- Hib- tucks and 'frills: goods to clear on Friday an a 'Saturday it; Dresses Made frtm'a superior soft fln- lilt pure.whlte Duck with Band -trlmmlaV or blue mid cord and tassel girdle 'to matct-S Another line IB In 'linen coior.wltn bell and a cute illite -hanHnz. pocket trimmed with Dutch design In 'blue. 95C Lellanil. Stella'Moore' lett- yesterday for Haley, where she will, spend a va- citioh visiting Miss Yvonne gylses.. for Halfy, w Here sne wni. taUe. of "the jp iiisses'' Lois Ka.thfeen SriteT'truij necessary: that tte tti-tli, i 0, are'guests'with" the Phillips, 425 Thirteenth; St J I .-u M j rr'a ljl I. -v ll 'and Croulpf-- iid ft ____.'I.. Anf Tbirone In the. coiTectWis one'iJf the Magna Charta, lull blown roses' and 'literally- liundreds of buds, The rose ii d'eep'plnk, perfectly bolld cabbage rose, eicepl that it'has'a verj-.'sweef fragrance. .-.5 to make .this- a would do well to ,it fiilv whleti might .K--- j prlateloe HOSB prettiest In vv.-i .-ft j.-iil jnrna -r.i.r- !M '.i: Double Breasted Walking Length Coals with sailor collar "made from color Galatea, In -while ground Kiln blue o> tan stripes Slies 42 and 24 Inch. v': Gbviftimtht i Suiter) .4 bigs for Potatoes .for. Dainty Wash Fabrics Comprising Preach Cotton Voiles and Muslins, and Ander- son's famous imparted Scotch Zephsr GInEbams Immense yar- iely'cf new and wanted-deilgiis 'and to 50c values for Ladies' Summer Hose 50 dozen Ladles' IJale flntEh Egyptian Cotton Hose; lu black sky, pink, tan and'mauve. Sizes 8% to 10. On sale at L 1 Qf> per pair Men's Wbite nier Undetwiar Short sleeves and knee draw- ers. Shirts in sizes-34, .33, 13 onlv drawers In sizes Regular value per and Saturday, Silkr: K Tubular Ties In 25 different 1: ular value 60c.. Friday and.Satuiday Men's Summer Weight Suitst in plain fan" and plain good washing colors, i Regular: per suit Friday 4. Cfl and-Saturday :..'.i Men's Combination! Japanese Matting Rugs "Persian and medallion effect. In Orieutal colorings. Size 27 hy 54. Regular 35c. Friday and Saturday..; Bungalow Nets Dainty effects in white, ecru, aud Arab colorings, all the new- est designs. 50 In. wide Reg, yard Fruit Bowls 'Glass Fruit Bowls, good size. Regular 4oc. 9Q Boys' Rubber Boots In long] or what are generally spoken of. as "clly CUB Maltose Cross maite: 10, llVl and S 'only 4C Reg. !2.50 for White Oxfords ft. V. 35c. Canvas father sole and V -Sites G to. Keg 'du'ced to (Urls'tan value and ''7.V-. in Vici- Kid, toe i heel solid leather light ?ole.-- Sizes 8, 3, only. Re'fiular tor QQf> wwV- planning" a i_ manr. ren. Jfot Hender- 'Tc taV Aioiru lid Hrturt r o( tor ;-lj '..lV- on'XVednesday are asled to" at. three .he 1 supper, will fiotn alter will be The- Filth Churches .he lurr Ivl.rri ri. _. I _. .i tnUnOLlilunI ui iiloo irpotc NIGS lESSf I J I 1--J aid-Mm til i u a: nr- .f irfd i In1 V I if W baptismal service last (be Caledonlan-hajl r: f-r-r." .-'-.vrc1- yias'.'very ..r i K. others recti..'J "i uistiaa gree'.. prosperc .f.i p--.- of the Disciples c' held .in 'this city -Filth' Annnal' Convention of. (jaurcbes of.Ctrisi. ia wilj he held' in; Lelhbridge, July thjrtj- delegates berta'Lwi'l'i be-in aitendance I., r .v. the" tidroughly., toe. program, v> nich will be 'as 8th 10 io DevotioSal Service. id IS aim.- of previous the Provin- I'-'- i B'bte .'.i 'V..--' i 'Jhiirch ll. hi Hr Cobini i BusiBHs: 'io'.'30'a..m.'. 'Cmciiwali, Ohio. j 'Bible Sludy.i- "Paul's- 2.UO p.m. Ucvotioriaf p'.m. 4.00 p.m.. "The' Church 'and :Soc'.. be held .in TtBis Tuesday'and July.8th _, _ and" 9th All are inffteji .to; attend ..V-r. _ ..I 'in fhfi" TtTfttrtTftJ i n rar.f.' Look M. B. rd'in three froplall.mtttt' I 'in'd' JSS' CV :..r 'i at tbf ii' Mi. S.-.-r ii ir I eetW j !i" i1 i. t I Vancouver; to of the iCUtCi j to act'aa.uistot of thf for .-'the to" sive'.the conjree I i hi'it , oppo IM'I >'.....f -.f pulpits if !ada. :.i.l i rbdi.'K Is-'. "inf liie .n! c lie a be "n. .-Vermilion. c i "Peter Mt B..Uyan. Aajoutnniciu.-.., .--i ,i 7.30 p.m. -Young People's -Service.! ..S.CiO Phurftli-" Mfd ul If-Uliu -vi. r---; o.pfl p.m.'. Adjourainent. 'Alberta as a' V lV RyaK...r i .Heptional llonie Missions." ash, Secretary merican C g.ib Society.'V'A? Cincinnati, 'Q.; Pr'esideril> Ko.-r'igj Cnristian- Missionary -i.-. p j Tripping over 'a ca.ble .and lalling against a piece Wul'JJhiaett of fuT :ilredgilig .'con [iirtd his sluirani died Mr. 'Ttu MW .trwl day lonish'l of-lastv. ni gh I" i, TO CURE kVpi-D-IN OME. >15 uiw: fy f; w r.'n oft Part tttOUgtl almost that, the-Pake'has. aceme. aaown: .a (iif' fn'-be i- j'.r i-1 i.-ll '.if ;