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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta i I TIIK LETIIBKIIMJE WEEKLY JLlKliALU lOlTCD iV "INO" Phor.e 1J24. Residence Phone 774. life "in! ihiingc MM it mill not llj Hope inn) vaiiifli bill dil liutli ho lejW but siill ,il kunieih 1 oie itlM-lled, but. vt Mrs T P .Peilri tomorrow, nor Mill not receive this season. Miss shoitlj tn spend a of 'stuial woths at 1hc Ariou, I iM .4' fyi mil Mrs John Sharnnn Colitis St ire hohdavtng it Ranft foi d few dais Miss Uriseoll Hull Mlock is U.lo lie out ugaiii, after hei ill- ness ,x "i r Mr ind Mrs TWcCart) iceentli of 1 hamesforci OujL, iiuc taken a suite at tlui Victoria Mansions Mrs Boulton ftoday to sjietiri' nipeg fnfends Suth St, Raves feu'_.wccks with Win- DaMilson leiies on liesdav to spend livb; months in- Win- 1-5 t Mr., and Mrs., FV New Dij ton, ait spending a ft w dais in I cthbndgc before 'feat ing to spend thr- at Bcacb Kdmonlon Journal A son wa; horn li to'AIr.-aml Mrs.r .1 S'aC'aig, at I'M Sixteenth street.'The genial superintendent of the city schools is retailing conglatuliitlons today. Mr. anil Mrs. H. Sheldon have a'r- rnf1 m the cit> from Uiathim Out ind aie stijing ,il the Uoxamlia Mr. in ioeal biniieh, of the Ljnulun Hank of Commerce. The straiviierry social to be 'tfvcn 1 file Wesley Church Ladies' Aid'on the chiirch grounds on Wednesday af- ternoon Mom three to six mil no loio ink _was much cnjoted doubt be i leu affair Jessie tMacbeth carrjing off thi are looking for a ier> hrgcnilu a hage bouquet of pink ittendjnct iihitc sweet peas teachers anil olliwrs u[ tli, Ihc ipungstets spent .1 urj ternoon School, loll) st- re- ihmige in'the program did not iwwni iirllliur. a good noun jilst ham a to b.ue affected the ihildirn'k of duty II must be the lltfk, judging Mom tin wa> thu pimloii of Ills dicPcst feelings, cellcnt Itiueh, puiildid hi the true of I Incoln, when hi note cuts, disapiHiied VsiMcd bj tie the immortal words of his f.e'Us burg., oration, lie was conscious ol aiiiie'ssago to give, and simply hail to give It. The play instinct is n iiioM cUcclivo the solution of Quite one of the most ilelightful cioty .events of the'week was' the tea' ery or a most nbsorbing game, ,E.. Lcthbridgc on cording to the way we lako its, Saturday afternoon in compliment .1 Miks (Irace Langlei, Miss laura AR- iiew and Miss IWen I ethbudge Ihe beautiful drawing tooins weic enh uic- cd In a prolusion of pink anil the dining roejn w-u, done ni pink mil white sweet lie is Lethbridgc wealing iilnti Imgi'iie (jown with corsigebou- juet of i-pink roses poured coffee vlu'lc Miss 'Jessie Macbeth served tlie cps I he) were issisted bj Miss who, was chain ing in i while iligcuc gown, Mlfcb Langlej ti dres-, of pink orgimlie and JMisk I cllibndge, -giilislllv gowned in whilr Imgenc Miss Mirgatit Ag new wore' a becoming brown silk gown guessing contest T floral Miss .tro- and sponslbilitics Boiiiiu MHO accomplish things reHhe play the game. "J.VO. THEIR MAJESTIES BUSY IN DUBLIN tttaiik OF TRADE MEETING OFF Tht ipMlil minting of Board of for tonight and an noynctd on mother pig? off lite thli afternoon. wji called FATAL FIRE AT VICTORIA n. C-, -Jiilv a dis- strous flic which >esteidit attei- .three buildings on I'aik strict, Lill) Hrll Smiil ve flliightci of Cieoigc Sn'iart, was burned to dcHtb. Ac1 ,-ording to the storj of her and citizens left their politics at tlnj entered a shed lemlnj; 1st'tbfc'i'ear of premises occupied lir Samtarj Feather Cleaning July the lioli- daj in honor of Dicu Majesties moil of the shops remained closed today home hcartilj participating in the igai welcome Iteceliing ind leplllng to' '11 TEN BANDS FOR LAURIER WELCOME Otlnvn Out, lul) U-l.ocalCon- serMlius plainieil )o (he L Uor- dcn a reuplion on his return from Ills western tour tomorrow, but (lie Jlans have been the 'aet, that Ihe toiiscnafne leader will aiim in the eupital at 3 a m AI T meeting held this, morning' the i lUfoim (.lull decided to giie blr'WIIfrld Laiirier a welcome, iviien ic irined on Ten bands lave been engaged'to cnliveii'-lhc pro- CCSMOII which will be held rid will be escorted .to his residence nd presented with an address. MONTREAL GETS IT MIGHTY HOT Mrs J Stephens filgarj Mrs., W.. Fries, Chicago, and'Mr. II. L. passed through the citj todi) en route for stone Park, the slimmer. where they will spend Mrs I II Heelwooi! and her daughter; Mrs G M Mclein leturn from a short in Uawilcn bros intend having a fur- mal opening of their line new store in the Hull lilock, next Saturday cicn ng, when an orchestra will be in at tendance I his mil he a splendid op portuniti for the public, to lisit Ihe slore and inspect the large stock which it contains. Ihe guest list included the Misses Ile'.Veber, llardic, Kane, .Macbeth, Mona Jessie Mac both Iltlcn McKillop Phillis lligm- botlnni Helen Mew burn Marjone and Gertrude Stafford. i Mmtiral lull trrnltc hot addresses occupied both King WorkS and ippircnlh set fire to hll Montrca, agilvn toda, ,ml and Queen Mar> During the leather Works ing, the king snbsequcnlh luld a by "old ,hc at n 0 lei'ee in .tlw; throne room of tlic cas- jwcrc a LotaMoss anil' no insurance Will Make llilr Now SoW in C'liiuda Kiery uplodjte have radiant hair 'f t There are harsh faded liarnetorlnw hair, who do not try to immovj II t Up in England aiitj Patlj tuH pride In havlni; lieajriful luili BveVy Canadjpii wumiin cm and luxuriant hair b> using 8ALVIA. the Oicat Amcilc into it and carries it to 1m- ish I wonder is the pla) spirit las entered into lour life work It lioes not mean }ou should work btrepuoush but it piean tie later Their Majesties went "anled cottigr belongm? io at-Leopard's town, where the majority of the popn! ition nl Irish "capital seemed to have congre- a .Mr, and Mrs 1 A at UiLir coun- try Cltl Friday or Satunlnj Mi and Mis I Mile U Sutturiay en loute to on i MMl to their sons. has Miss( is Furflcld recent I> undonvuit in opontion for ippcn dititib hc plavispint has do ihould, be great enough to ill forth our fullest powers omen who aclneied the greatest things hive done bo through imfor- tune and sometimes despair heir j regibleied 12 degrees m shade "i d i tin. hunnditi at ni3de it almbst winch uljoiued the ,orks lmljc Up to noon nQ dMUis completelj dcstrojed ,s tint man) uill succumb during no aiteinoon The block exchange will he closed this -ifternooil owing to die lemperatiire. and tbt home of rani three rioois uoin the origin jf t, fire' was dantiige'd. greitness was shown in .that tl e.J sunned on cannot imagine a man 1 TOTAL Julj Winnipeg Man Wnlkei (Immigration aid toda that Immigration into Can ada from- all for the current calendar jear reacn 400000 SCSUATTEhS MOVING The squatters are not causing any obstruction with regaid to the re cent-rujlp'g of. the.. Council. At a meeting held with W 0 Scott an old -timer, presiding, .It, was to, move as teams are avail able An engine Is at present kept busy mo.ving some of shacks LUMBER TRUST IN i "FOURTH" PARADE Boston 10 P Chase and Ernest Newtpn Bagg both of whom aie named m the suit recenth Drought by the United States gov eminent agiinst the alleged lumber trust easilv earned off the honors in the 4th of July parade at SpilngfleH Mass The two men wearing regulation and .with: their hair closeli cropped, rode jn a steel prison cell barnedland bolted resting on a ltpat w hich was draw n bi four borses The float tore this inscription Lo cal members of the alleged lumber trust gettlngifree-'hoard.' SIFTON MAKES SWEEPAT SHOW The Hague, Juij At the Horse heie the Canadian officers team secured second place m the high ump' lion Clifford' SfrfonV of lior'es was awarded the gold cup ind plate and thirteen with medals ODDFELLOWSjGATHeRING A lolnt Installation of officers of the thiee Oddfellons lodges of the citj will be held tonight at 8 ocloclt In Reding Hall, Ntjrth 'Ward-- Grand Vaster lisdale Grand Secretary Fair !ej and Grand Organizer of Cnlgaii and Grand Warden Dr Weeks of Cardston are In tbe city for the meeting All Oddfellows are earnestly requested t'o attend. GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg Jul> wheit opened 17 closed 98 78, Oc- tober opened 9J 5 S closed 8i 3 4 cember opened 01 5 8 closed 91 3-4 opened 37 7 8 closed S7 October owned it 1 2 closed J8 opened 110 109 October opened 1 85 closed 1 IS Northern 96 58, 2 Nor them 91 58 3 Northern 91 No '4 S5 3 J No 81 No 6 75, Feed C W 37 1 4 N W. 200_______ J, Ameflcan Markets open- ed '17 J S closed 97 12 September opened 93 closed ai 3 S December opened OS 1 3 closed 08 12 NI opened 88 1 Z clef- ed 88 1 4 September opened 90 W." closed 58 December opened i S closed 93 f SLOW AT BIRKENHEAD Liverpool July Rogers Co report todo that trade in Ulrhenhead market Is leri'slow Ing to a i er; had fljllsh The demand was poor but sales (MM firm and Saturdays quotations which were from 12 1 "c to lie pertn, for both States and Canadian remained unchanged f Norman Link returned' exhibition on night accompanied by Ilojd will usil m cit) for a week C I Cicnthing promises for tea to be gncn bj the friend ch'llrcl1 the ilth, afteinoon and eieni'ic; at Mrs Katie Pelam's home Giuness St doubt a large number of Ka- Mr Andrews, of the locil high school stiff inbusy pap ris lULdmonton Mis Andrews and children aie visiting m Edmonton for ft co iple of weeks tie s Iriends will nke this opportun ity of calling at her cottage Mrs. Shaw, and Mrs. Burgmanm be the hostesses at the meeting of: Westminster :Church'.Ladies' Aiii- V Bennett has gone j on iftcrnoon The socie to Ldmontop, where she will be en- mccl ln tne Te'it" of the churc gaged for the neTt two or three and tnc members are AN INDEPENDENT FARMERS' CANDIpATE Winnipeg Julv is announced here that R tl Wilson of Msnw.r- ing will he an independent candidate tor Lisgar at the neit fed eral elections The1 seat it now held bv tV H Sharpe, Conseriative i- Particularly Advantageous Economies In Dress Goods And Silks At Our Great Semi-Annual Clearing Sale weeks-examining papers for the edu- cational department f Mrs T Perry leaves tomorrow present. The rpworth League of Weslt church hold their annual -'a the rner'Jiottom, adjacent to 1h Ul tl-c coji to join Rev T P Perrj at High Rier Thoj win go from theie to j station tonight Conestoita rancn, where thej mil (sregation, espenalli the joung peo spend the summer months cordiallj muled and are re quested to meet at the -chiirch' Mr anfcMrs 7mkan, haie 6 Thc Hrilcs arc rcliuestcd I been the p.monagc witb'hrm8 baskets pleasant in Mrs T fpr the past few (ormal outing is expected dais, left this morning for Vancon- Word was received at Maclc6'd> Fri daj that the wedding of Miss l> special the Adult Richardson Ute of ihe Public ichoo Bible 'of Westminster church staff there to Mr V C Dun took has been called eicmng A I place in Lacombc on Thursdaj last full attendance of all the members is Mr Hun, who until recentlj has been ttlth Ulc ,aw fjrn) Messr? McDonald and Mackenzie, and j Maclroil, lus, opened a law office requested _ Mr and Mrs K 1) Johnston children, Redpatn St leaie tonight Castor, Vita rn a trip to Vancouver, Victoria and in future Portland tlhey will he abwnt from the citr for a month or six where he will reside K M Gibbons, who has Itni" for the past month his brothers, U V and J Gibbons, and nii sisler Mrs left icstcrda) for Iroqnois NOTICE .The Bxceltior changed ownen. It will now be run at a (first class Cafe by two first clam chefs, tbe only two nhion .cooks In the city, help'. The ice cream fountain a feature of this place Miss Lucy Maud Itfontgonicry, 'writ er of "Anne of Creeh of "Kilmen) o) the Or- "The Stoij Girlfl 'and hun- dreds of short stories noeins which hale appeared in thetlcarilng magazines of the was, married rccentl) at Charlottetown, P E I to McDonald, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Leaskdale, Ont., in Ontario county. In spite of the rain the.children :of St Augtistin's Sundai school had a fine time on Saturdai afternoon Conveyances took the loungstcrs to the Glrn, but as the sun ed behind (be clouds, Ihe 'clillilrrn ncrv taken back to -hnndaj school, where thcj unmes and injoyed themselves' generally, The m Dress Qopds Bargaim i, Lot No. 1-Worth All wool Dress Goods and gultlnjifn black, nniy and pier) wanted colortrg, foodi that sell at Sac nd liid 't t 48c Lot No. 2-Worth tip to In this lot are Included our suit as well as an Immense variMjr-of tbe more staple trfrleties, rejulsr prices f 1 K to JutySale 85c feel quite stating thai, ne.ver Tore In the annals of retail merchandising In the city of I.ethbrldge have such unprecedented val- lies been offered for and It Is more than likely that never again will any com- .blnatlon of circumstances warrant such price reductions on wanted goods as are here offered 'The reason, for this tremendous sacrifice Is: c easy of explanation, us we are heavily overstock- ed 'in these particular lines, and the management store Is determined that every season shall fresh .new goods. There: Is 'no time like Ihe present to plan and prepare for the fall requirements of yourself and the children. School days will soon be here and the children will need them now while the 'opportunity is yours, and make up at your leisure during the holiday season. Chiffon Taffetta Silk; Regular for 95c neaiitlfnl.anil lustrous jiure silk.chiffon taffeta, In the 40 inch width that Is counted excellent yalue at' price of 00. We hai e it in brown and Irory. V July Sale 95c Two More Silk Bargains Hundreds of yards of Dress Silks, Including TnuoTet, Striped Stains, Plain and Fancy Taffeta, Tlnicl Cloth. etc., In all providing a wealth of choice such as :ln seldom equalled outside of the large city stores. These we have divided into .two lots for quick selling. Lot No. for 1-Usual Prices up to 39c Lot No. Prices up to 0- for.....OOC BAY STORES SALE OOOOS AHt NOT IXCHANOEABLE OR RETURNAILE ;