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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Aire IHiily Herad, n ;ory Of Their Business-See To-morrow s Paper I NoBoist No Hot Air Own Stocks StoTTKat's Doing 1 he Biggest o-morrows Is Going To Do A Still Greater Business Herald Will Tell You About It young dVtherkh- nckieliciouf- nebWAN'S RUCTION C COWAN'S PERFEcnm COCOA UMHAiMfUMU wi the cher splendid- credit' is ing. work kalsomiae ing new less ,a pears irr- Manager C. The annual excursion of tte CroWs Nest Lodge, Brotherhood of-Railroad ist church, Winnipeg, in'the presence f only immediate friends. After July 15 Mr. and Mrs. Reid wilTibe at home Edited by Phone 1052 SOCIAL.AND PERSONAL Mrs. Hugh Bartlett street, left yesterday to spend two .or three on Mr. Dqnnan's fruit-raneh .at the Arrow Lakes- Jack Donnan. -who visiting in Ireland since February, sailed yes- terday on his return voyage. Mr. .and-Mrs. Jack-Blair came in from. -New .Dayton' this morning to' spend a few days in .mental pos: D SOCIETIES two or three weeks Auxiliary of Pin- accomplished some which unbounded This .band of will- had the hospital ited, besides .plac- on -the floors. .'.Un- of this nature'ap- froni time to time ;ens imagine these honorary or- orna- 'hereas the fa-ct is very one of them, iorrespondent. Our Correspondent11, On Tuesday, evening, June 30, Knox church, Tafcef. was-tfte'scene of the wedding., of MissJM. 'Fulton, of, the Taber public school-staff, to Mr. F. Lark; of Blairmore, Knox church will .be taken by Rev Villiam. late minister oi Picton, .already well .known o the congregation of Knos church lere. Mr. Shearer will "be found in the vestry of the' church '.every morn- ng from 9 to 11, and at oth :r times at his residence, 622 Ernest street. .The city police tliis morning receiv- ed a reply to inquiries made on behalf of William Forsman, of North Leth- orthe John; Deere. Plow Co-, took an automobile" crip 'south as far as iweet Grass :yesterday- and Satur- Mr- -Ypiing. say s tnat from New Dayton south the crops are in much better, shape thun on this side of that The of St. Cyp- rian's parishlpid a special busi- ness four o'clock.ipiae of Mrs. Hoy, cprner of and London Road. (From Our Correspondent at Pineher s Creek) A quiet .'but pretty wedding took place at the. Methodist church here on -Saturday afternoon at four o'clock. The absence of effusiveness or display characterized the event- as a modest jibnt none -the less interesting one. llads would make their, eastern chums with envy, and.why shouldn't the