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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGJB; DAILY HERALD TUESDAV, JULY 7. 1914 I used to fret Because the road was long and Ami' on my way the mists lay Obscuring all, MILADI Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 mm ONLY ilar Favorite Will be in City July 27-Buffalo William Too Colors oi all of all j and of all dimensions came] hurrying into town this morning, and all emanating from a railroad car which could be seen for a mile away. For this niorniiig- there canie rolling into the citv the Advance Gar Xo. 1 oE the Sells Floto Circus and Buffalo Bill (himself) to announce that July 2S, the circus itself would- "follow, I used to wish That I could set1 Imyond tho S And so, before my journey's end, Catch one rare glimpse. 1 did not knotv What loomed ahead how sharp the turn lift's road; I U'dt-i mists hide. And now although They still lie thick upcm my way, "God planned it I've learnt to And fret no more. A. T. Roth, Mrs. Harry Shurtleff of Pincher Creek, is visiting frienda in the citj Miss Masie Fleetwood has returned 'rom a two weeks' visit 'in Calgary Miss Ida Stager, of Hespeler, Ont, is the guest of Mrs. John Gihuore, Mr. J. E. Terrill, who has been ho'U- dayinsL-at the 'Lake, is in the city for the fair, and will return later, i Miss Slid worth of Ingerstfl; Out, is the guest of Mrs.. M. P. Johnston, Sixth avenue. Mr.; Rogers of (he Bank of Nova Scotia, has been transferred to the Calgary branch. Mr. and Mrs. Strathcoim court, to Winnipeg. Charles Morris, 1 .today oh a trip Sir. and Mrs. E. J. English have tak- inth thing trom Buffalo Bill, to! en up their residence at 1270 Sixth couple oi calliopes I avenue South. And with the car came work, for! tvhile George Rorith, the manager-oft Mrs. Alex. Harron, of this city, and Mr. Miller, of the.Higmbotham Drug Co., left today for Winnipeg, where his marriage will shortly be celebrat- ed. Mrs, George Stncey and children are liolidaying at Banff. Miss Bennett, of the High school btaft, shortlj to spend the holidays with her sister in Manitoba. Sir Donald Mann expects to isit j the West, and particularly ihe coast, according to a message sent. nier McBritie, of British' Columbia. Mrs. Kern mis and child of Pincher :rcck, and Mr. Murray Hendirie, who icre m Calgan fcr the races, 'turned home. Mr. R. Howard Dobson is in Ed- monton in connection with the de- partmental ..examinations tile car, hurried here and there, while the "banner squarer" announced in excited.'tones that he was Curtist El Little, the onh man in the world could tftstefullv decorate build- ings with multi-colored banners, the ''daub brothers" as the bill posters aro called, hurried out for. a radius of forty miles to maks the landscape: sunrise And hv tonight, there'll be i bardh a barn that won't he emblaz- oned with the fact that the Sells Flolo Circus Mill be here soon and that it cost just the same ever, 25 cents ior the press agent- Beg pardon. That person is writing this ston, and a personal mention hardly would _ iti? .PREMIER UNVEILS TABLET Halifax, N S Julv Sir Robert'Borden.this afternoon unveil- ecUthe tablet to Samuel G. Archibald, at' the House of Assembly. At 10 o'- clock he attended the luncheon of the Rptary club, and spofee 6h the duties of: citizenship. He leaves, today for Ottawa' HON. GEORGE CLARE SERIOUSLY ILL July 7. Word was re- ceived. in '-.Ottawa today of the serious illness of Hon. George Clare, M. P. for South. Waterloo. Ha is to be tak- en to Battle, Creek, Mich., for, special treatment. her sister, Miss Jean Grant, of Cal- gary, bave received word that their father, who suffered a stroke.of par- alysis at Stratford, Ont., is resting easier.. Miss "Leak leaves 'the first of the Tvesk for her home in Edmonton. She will be accompanied by the Misses Ethel Fisher, who will be per guests. Messrs. Curler, Weir and Peasley are in Lethbridge this week, examin- ing papers ior. The following letter, from tlie Resi- dent Secretary of the Loudun Royal Academy of Music and the Royal Col- "iege of Music, was received by Mr. H C. C. Salmon, this morning; "Montreal, July 3, 1814 "H. C. C. Salmon, ,Esci., "Lethbridge, Alta.- "Dear is my pleasure to ad rise vou_ or the successful winning oi the Intermediate Gold your very promising pupil, Miss Aileen Mary Jones. Pray accept by heart} congratulations, and convey same to your talented pupil. "1 presume the name as given on the application form is correct to en- work to HatjSrave on if not kindly ad- ivise me at once.- Faithfully. "M. WARING. Mr; M-h. Gordon, manager of the Congratulations are .due, to Miss Canadian Bank oi Commerce at New I Aileen Jones on her meritorious per- Dayton, and Mrs. Gordon are the j fonnance, especially when it is re- guests oi Mrs. Phillips, 14th St." that the: competition for J the gold medal, which she Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Pingle and i has won, is open to all, Canada' and Master .Warren, of Medicine" Hat, will for all instruments. Miss Ai'een. is leave-the lattsr part oi the week fourteen years of age (her birthday .Lake'was" last and lives .with it is: her parents at 623 Ninth street summer cottage at Gul east oi Wetaskiwin to which connected with electric railway ser-i South. She had already passed the Tice. j elementary and junior pianoforte- ex- amtaations in former years. Practi- Mr._N. A. JIcLarly, accompanied [cally all her piano tuition bm been ob- hy.his bride, has returne-d to Medi-j tained in Lethbridge, and for the last cine Hat from the east. Mr. and Mrs. years she has Tieen studying McLarty-wiJl -be the guests of Mrs. continuously under Mr. H. C. C. Sal- Waltsr pending the must aSso share in) the con pletion of their.residence. jgratulations being extended to his Their Royal Highnesses, the DukeJ [young ta a Miss Afleeii Jones hopes of years or so, when she aad Dueliess oi Connaught with {lnlshed School to go to her .royal patty will pass through Cal-jMtjra of Lonflon England, aad gary on July 28 when special ,n inatituUon whose Lammcns be arranged in ttar meda, he-has won. Meanwhile she te 'f Je T J -win to tiie guests ol ocnator and Mrs. Longheed. j Miss Leola Sudworth, of Ingersoll, i I Ont., spent yesterday in Medicine! JIiss Muriel .Harvey, daughter of j Hat the "guest of Mrs. O. D. Austin, I Mr. Martin Harvey, has become en- Ion her way to Lethbridge for to Mr. Rona'fd Lancelot" Squirl, summer holidays. son of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Frederick Squirl, of the 33rd Argyll and Sutherland- Highlanders. will continue to study under Mr. Sal- mon, of whose pupils did EO well in the recent examination. Miss Vera Winter, who came to Calgary for the exhibition, has re- turned to Jumping Pond, and is the guest cf Mr. and Mrs. J. Praser. Saturday was the twentieth anni- versary 01 the marriage of Mr: and Mrs. Alexander Aird, ami the latter held a delightful reception -that af-tcr- V, i noon at her home, which irom the verandah to tho tea room, palms, ferns and potieil plants were inter- spersed with clusters of fragrant church hext Su yellow poppies aim whits sweet pvas R of the First caught with trails oi smilax and yol- low 'and whitesatin- ribbons. See the Booth Displaying the Well-Known TETLEY TEAS AT THE FAIR 3 Lines Red Label, 40 Cents Red Sunflower, 50c Golden Tips, 60c GET SAMPLES E. J. REYNOLDS, Mgr. for Southern Alberta CLARKE CO. The Store Phone 453 Acadia Blk. Headquarters for Fair-Week Shoppers headquarters The largest stock of women's wear things shown in any one store in Southern Alberta await you here, and prices are lowered one-quarter to one-third less than jfl regular values for this 'All Around Sale of Seasonable Merchandised Featuring the biggest saving propositions we have ever offered throughout every depart- ment of the store. Out-of-town women visit- ing the fair are invited to make this store their Come here to rest, meet your friends here. You are ALL AROUND welcome to all the conveniences we have to offer, and whether you come to look, to buy, or to spend a leisure hour, you are equally welcome. But if you're combining a buying with a pleasure trip, we can assure you this is the one store jou should not one that give jou more real value than jour money evei brought.jou before Special all this iieeK throughout even department of the store in Suits and Coals, Skirtk and Dresseb, Hosien and QUnes, Colsets and Undernear Whitenear and Waists, Dress Goods and Silks, Staples and Goods, Hand Bags Sunshades etc All Suits OFF All Coats, IOFF All Wash Dresses 207" OFF Special Wash Dresses HALF PRICE 95c LONG SILK GLOVES .Regular values Black, White, Tan, Sky, Ghani- pagne, Pink, etc., double tipped. S1.40 VOILE AND CREPE WAISTS worth to <_ -Very best styles of the season with drop shoulder and yoke effect. NEW WASH CREPES Worth up to 45c Stripes and ;plain colors in a big selection of designs 25c HEAVY SILK HOSE Regular 00 value White and Tan, heavy silk leg. with HaOe top and sole's. I REG. SILK HOSE A' Special purchase Extra heavy all silk in Black ana White only. 55c SILK LISLE HOSE- Regular 50c and 60c Extra fine qualities that are good buying at regular prices. All Sunshades 20 VII Hand Bags 20 OFF All Cloth Skirts 20% OFF All Trimmed Hats S4.45 Camerc-a ID cream satin cnarmeuse Number