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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Mtmflay, July THE iETHBRIDfJE DAILY HERALD The Mason Risch Piano Satisfaction Guaranteed In oxifelisivc lino, pf. a. Heiuji Harmonic, -Slelnlxich Cabinet Grand, Steinbuclr Mondels solin Cabinet. These new Pianos range in price from and up, on pay- nentg of per month. i -w i, Player Pianos and Pianola Pianos ''.OF THE WOHLD'S GREATEST MAKES Jiason Risch, Henry Herbert, Stuyvesanl, Wheelock, Steck, Weber and Steinway. _ All these players ale combination's and S8 note-meirostjle prices from easy payments. Remember, we aie always beie to and stand back ot our goods; Mason Risch Ltd. THE- THE VICTOR DOMINION BLOCK. F. E. (VIcCAW, Manager. Phone 791 FIRST .EXCURSION JULY 22' The' Excursion to the Do jnlhion. .Governriisnt: Farm, Lcthbridge, III he held on July 22 excur- sion vill be conducted-by'the'Alberta .Goveniment- ,in conjunction with live management of the Lethbridge jEt- jierimpnial Farm Reduced rates will -from all "points between Cardetou and Montana Junction on the regular trains on the A ft I Teams irom the faini wiJhmeet Uie Plains at "Aroiitana Junction Meals can be procureii on the farm di, rea- sonable rates and, those bringing lunch baskets will have an oppoitun dty of securing cpffeei. TAKEN .TODAY The fwo boys, are charged with theft of bO and a Panama hat, were brought to police court thi afternoon by theii father They were fumed over to the authon ties' department of delinquent children, inrf -willTiave a hearing be foie the commissioners BOYS KILLED BYvs LIGHTNING 'Oatskill Landing, Ont, July 8 Lightning a'tfee little bojs, Victoi'nnd Thomaa Percy were pickjng beirlos, and both killed. t SUCCESSFjUL CANDIDATES Word (has just been received from Edmonton.! that Jlr Arthur Higinboth airr and Mr A R this city, successful passing the examination held by the -Alberta Board of Pharmacr. June 6 and NEWS AWAY DOWN EAST A Beilln brewery company ulll be pioneoated at foi'solicitation of orders In local optioii territorj'. MILADI Offlc., 'EDITED BY "INO" PHONCtr'1 TO-MORROW The essence of friendship is i'iitiru; ness, a loU! magnanimity and trust It' must not surmise or provide infirmity. It treats iis object for a Kmcr- Goil, that it may dcly i'Mts. G. God left this afternoon to spend a few dajb Mailing Mrs Neil Scott nMr. .Link ami Mr. 1 tarry Morris left this, morning to spend tlicir va- cation at Mirror C. Mr and Mrs S U Mitchell :wife roturhed todav frotn -a u'ecH- ivisil) 'to .Rocky-'Mountain sanitarium at Frank. ii f Mr.1 'S.'.W, is an.l Svclncy, rctiirnmi-on Saturday evening from a vacation in the Pass, whete Ihcv haic been taking the sul- phur baths: turned Saturdav froni a three visit pleasantly spent in the southern British Columbia fruit iTaylor says the- crop of Mr peaches, of tlie 'season when'American visito (HiaUJlv numerous At Iliitlliighnin, RanotaiKli, VVimbl don, and on the 'Hunus at seatlcri'd through England in autom biles, lion ot ci', Hup arc s'ccli lij tu thousands. Tho yteildW look plaic at his noon today of Mr. dUlph Shant to MiSb' Gladys Helen onl daughter oi ex-Aid. M II Olncr Tile ccrt'inonv. .was pcrfonm'd at noo at the residence of tin, bride's lall cr, about eighteen of the more inti mate .fi'lendB .of- tho happy, young coi pie -being present. 'ibr nuptial uiws were pionounce b) the Rci. T. P Pern, pastor o Weslev Methodist cluu-cb, and prcs ilcnt Alberta.conference. Tb v, edding march w as ed bj Diser. v The bride: wore a: handsome crea tion oi the dressmaker's .ut of whit silk crepe lie clinic with trim ming, and carried a beautiful hoquc ol of the Yalta) and carna tions The bride was assisted In "Miss Stella Agar who. was chanmngl 'piars and apricots is remarkable and Ihe fruit aie enchanting m pink rtc clunc, gar Ithis summer. Little .Miss Margaret-Smith, who won Ihe pony in the Herald contest, lias bought a cute little Studebakcr': ponv cairiage from the Lethbridge- Realty Co., and has-now a decidedly pleasing driving outfit. Quite a number-journeyed to tile Country Club Saturday afternoon'and, indulged in a game of golf: Sirs.- J. E. Lethbridge .and -Mrs., A.. B Stafford were the hostesses Amopg those present irdm out :Qt town were Mrs. Maple Creek Mrs Mc- Intvre, Ont, and Mrs Dent, Chicago. The Saturday afternoon, functions .inslied ball fungc and satin ro S'ttcs. WinsoiiH1 little .Muriel Podger was flower-girl and wore a pretU 'of point d' esprit trimmed pink ribbons Mr Rov W- Buchanan as groom. After, a liaintj w cddirg luncheon and the congiatulalions o and.Mrs. Shantx left on the 3 o'clock tram for Calgaiv, Ban! and Laggan, where tlicj will spem a two .weeks' holiday. The bride wore a naity going away suit 01 Bannock- bum tweed trimmed with ccrese arn- quette. Mr and Mrs Shantz received manj beautiful presents, including a furnish- ed house and substantial cheque from ,-lhe bride's faUior Mr and Mrs Shant? l the best wishes of a hosi of friends for a bon througl life in which the Herald joins Clubs and'Societies are enjoyable arid always attract a- large attendance of those who'have the good: fortune.to belong to the. club: 'A Londom' cable states There has icen a notable change in the fashions of sightseeing among American visit- ors in England in the last tew years formerly the picked out places of ustorical mteiest, where they might lie found in flocks, with note-books ind guide-books n( their hands, or gathered -aioimd a guide, listening to a lecture and trjtng to explain to 6ne another what lie was saying m-weird Cocknn accents Nowadays, the tourist is seeking to earn how the Englishman lives and ion the ever> day of English ife are carried on tic is looking into he public institutions and comparing hem with those at homo More Am- ricali niav be found todav at lie Metropolitan gas works, at the lectric power stations, at Greenwich nd Chelsea relatively the London jclal 'CTclung in the church parlors to- will The I A of the Brotherhood ol Locomotne Engineers 15ill meet at the home of Mrs Cudoba, 611 8U Ave S on Tuesday evening at t o'clock. The Hist of a scries ot Sundaj ev- ening receptions fot the purpose of getting acquainted with the strangers was hflil at the Weslev church par- sonage last night and was largclv at- tended ]fc is the intention of hold- ing them regularly probahh in the parlors of ihe church The reception last mg'H was enjoi- ablc The Young People's Sociefo ot the Inrst Baptist cliurch will hold a so- DOROTHY HOWARD n "Beverly of Graustark" at the Majestic, July IOth counts7 councils the fue Refreshments ami games wi gade the London up a most attractne progiau council pumping stations and i seweiagc bj stems than at St ice cream social under the am Cathcdial, vlie tower of London or of the ounfe Ladies' Basketba (he Albert memorial church will be held i The usual 'thing novf church pailors tomorrow is to bung of lettcts An altractnc progran? of mu introduction to Lomloiieis, games has been arranged. people of sociel) and members ot lit bodies Most Americans 'Simdaj scliool picnic of H J jiul's get onh a casual Methodist church will b at it on llieii to the citj luh 23rd deliver some letters of while Ihe is pointed out congregational nicclmg of St tliBin in the distance as pAtl ot cliuich will he held in the Iierspective .is Ilanow might be aiulitorinni on Ilampstead Heath Following o'tlock l eration made one dav this: 4 .shows how few American, visitdrs, POSTPONED found noplaces tliev SI pnaa's Sunday school frcqucnled in was to have taken place St Pauls, ST Uestiumslei is posiponcd owing to the JS rlhe loun of London, 8; ucather i Fjirtlicc paiticr Memorial, 1 ihe will be announced at the ser- (iallen, J. Tins, too, at the MCC in chiuch ncvt CADETS HAD unit on th.e, grounds, their nifty khnki uniforms.! taking tho eye lhe; crowds in Calgary during the GLORIOUS Wet weather prevailed during1 their ___ all hud a-iaste of aoldier life THEIR NATTY UNIFORMS came home in 'the pink of condition. ED THEM AS SMARTEST Conibcai, of "A" Companj scliool, of Uic Lcihbruigo Ninety, tired, sunbut-ned, but cadet baUalion, won the soldier 'boys returned, from the: presented In Major Hclchcr of cadet training camp at Calgary for the captain at- afternoon. The boys thought camp. .he greatest outing they ever had, .Cniikshanks stands very their, URICD IN PAINTERS' CORNER After stepping off the July Th.e late Lawrence )oys lined up in firing order oil Tndenia was burled yesterday and startletl the sober Painters' >3t: Paul's me.ii In tlio adjoining Queenu a a Yarewell inscribed memory "off In Calgary tho boys had greatest lir'tlits'-mltl Veniunei ion or of being the moat neatly his Sees Fresh Bargains Added To The List Ladies' Blouses at repre- sent regular values "Print, Lawn. Chanibray and Lingerie Blouses in a diversity of Ladies' Corsets for Odd lines Rojal Woic'ester Bon Ton and.B t C Corsets; made from French Conlllle in the oorrett, newest stjles, have four hose suppoit- eis negulai up to J200 .AH'one, .price No -matter .what occasion 'they .are wanted for, _i mi .xii 111 amongst the assortment blouses In plenty to meet your particular needs. There Tailored Blouses with turn-back col- lais and cuffs; Middy Blouies, Peter Pan Bfousei, "etc. Regular were from Sl.'jO to (300, all are going at one price Corset Covers at 25c I Ladles' finest quality Cambric Corset Colors ftith either lace of embroidery trimming OCA All sires, to speclai CwC Children's Rompers 35c In "sizes for 2 to 6 yearsr-thesc arc made .from strong gingham in, blue and ulute check On tale at Children's Cambric Drawers 10c 59 children 3 n'hite Cambric draw ers, witH' neat frill around .bottom. Sizes- for: child- ren of; 2 to 10 years. To clear at pet1 pair......................... Ladies' Drawers 25c 20 .dozen'Ladies' Cambric Drawers, made from splendid quality Canibuc, with deep frill dud finished with hemstitched tucks Our Special Sale Leadei bWw Best Quality Engfish Prints will Sell Rapidly at 8c per yard Best qualltj English print at 8c per y'aitl sounds like a fairy tale, yet her are the goods and Fancy Patterns .printed'on the finest cloth, in such a waj' that the pattern while there is a piece of the cloth left to hold it These prints are nnporteij direct us and He per yard Is an exceedingly low price foi them but juet for jine dajB onlv jou may purchase them at the iidiculous price of 8c. Aiij coloi, nil one price, pei jard........... OC Men's Smart Neckwear all re- duced to 25c Some veiy good buying in Ibis a'ssortnipnt ol English and Am- erican Silk Ties. it includes such popular stripes as the four- In hand, tlowingend silk ties in a profusion of colorings, bar stripes, plain colors; all new designs that cannot fail to meet_tha requirements of the most fastidious Regular pi ices of these were 7oo and AH Included at one price for our cleanup.................. Trunks and Bags in Great Variety for the Holidays In tin's department every Trunk, Suit Case and Bag not specially priced will a 20 per' cent, reduction. priced arc reduced still fiirthor. Twelve only Leather Suit that formerly sold at 600 aie reduced ftl Three Only, Trunks, heavj painted duck, iron corners, straps, strong clamps and C9 lock Regular f6 oO 9v.fO Dresser fitted through- out with diawers and strongly made; real good value at 50. e 1 M flfl Reduced 314.UU Think it over; then act quickly Our entire stock of fitted Dressing Bags and Suit Cases for ladies and gentlemen Real Wall us Suit Cases, Walrus Club Bags, Hide Suit Cases and Bags to" match will be maiked at 20 Jei cent below usual prices HUDSON'S BAY CO. OUR BOYS ARE BEST IN CAMP ETHBRIDQE CADETS .NEATEST DRESSED AND BEST DRILL- ED, SAY OFFICERS Calgan, the as lol- lows acknowledged K X. W M P....... K. K. Sherlock C. G. K. Nonrse J. Dalrymple......... S63 25 10 10' Vfm J. KcjUDlds, a bridge worKer aged 28, was drowned while 'at Montroif, Out ;