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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta July 101012 THE tETHBRIDflE DAILY HEBALfl PNE'f MILADI ItH EDITED iY PHONES; jtrs DKon oi Maple (reek, lirji been usuing hei daughter, Mib 1 Shepherd, here, returned to lionic this morning 4 i 4 I toissWin and Mi Russell Waj, Hh 'Aic, leit Mondaj to visit tuemls in Miss. 1 Illian Preslon to War- del tlili rooming to friends r V" Ii Stafford is crtterUimng in honor of licr gllcst, Mis daj-iiioinlns, when the Kuthc Mclnli re Kathleen Urcll Is the Prouse at How Island guest Airs da.) morning ti Ktdding in Sioi LVeb leaves Tlmrs- atlcnd her sister's ui lib, Iowa London Uaih Telegraph an- nounces that Jhe announcement tlut rince oi t onnaught is he- troihcd to j niicc of UierCVar is un( tilio. t t 'Miss plcasingh entertam- M'a small paity of time tables at dc Lcstre, Ph.D., united..ill the hoi bonds of lohn McDomld, of I'oUmnn) and Miss Bar ah Mc.xjell, of Glace IMt ton The churOi crowded wit immediate" of Ihe happj cou '1 lie auptial niass was also ctlr I rated b) the father dc Lcstre 'Jhe bride wns hindsomeh i silk, whilst i brid.il lei! of damt HiusseJs net, burmoijtiled by a cor oncl of mange blosseijis complete the loilctle I be dainty bridesmaid Miss 1 illv1' Pisonl, "was chaiminid in bc.iutilul white silk The groom w as supported b} Mr, Uoile, of UelleMje, and both woie th conventional black lift for Banff for tlieir and will rctuin in few weeks tc nuke their future b'drfie in Coleman Ihe" th Women's Farm Oongrrss to he hel in October, met j cUcrdai a-t th Hrov, n and addition ti business hear a and' instiuctr.e addres from Misb Hobertu McVtlams of th tie hundred Mpnd.u evening at her j pnnlncial mime on Eighth streei Mus M'" MqAdar excer Bidna Henderson's tall) the tloMl talent I'0" Mr Marshal Direst score af the eondusion ami I sul1 ller SUo vas the recipient ot a delicious ooi-. of bon bons.' Afier the cards the'. taken up a daint} rtpast anil musical selections bi the and gursts i faipih reunion took place on Sun- at the home of Mr and Mrs, A Sadler, on the larm in Westmins- ter just north o' Lambeth, Ontario, in honor of their Mr and Mrs .Waiter', r Burns m organizing farm omen's institutes in Southern AlbetU Sh an eipert in domestic science am sees in the coming congress pf farm women a means" of doing much to wards ginng the farm women or Vl berta a of cooperation to make home on the farm ab h pleasant as in the With Mrs ljuins sire leases evcnlnjC for thes r an of f ethbndge, Vila, the1 oc- nnct- ijsion also the annncfsarj' oi JnB Mr Sadler's btrthdai Ics Sadler'1; sister there fTre jlso piesent his father, Mr Him semor detects e of J pndon, and brothers Mr, SadfeK junior, ot of and Air George (hero tlun returjj to and on Mondai will start oil another trip and expects to deNote tflrec weeks in all to wprk, The Her aid feels sure that juth two such ladiej, in .work will be most successful. the meeting C MrKill'bp, Miss Uawden and relatncs dropped in old appointed "a committee to acquaintances "Mr Tind Alri Jordonj JI.HC'charge of the work 'ttfs the Vast for the first exhibit in connection tune'in their six residene- in men's Congtess in OctsbBr" A lot of other important work was liansacted and ever1 detail in connec tion with the big congress is well in hand HDnrfng dav a number of fucnds Lethbridge f t hj i. The Cafholicjchurch, Coleman, was Ihe scene of a prettv wedding icstei- PORTUGAL REBELS GAINING GROUND -i. ,i Lisbon, Jlllj 10 Roj ahst rebels the north of POI tugal again out man the Republican governmenl Iroope snagiiinao I eater.da> aU the town Cabefcelrea de Baito which waa held force h} the Royalists, who the fifth of Intan "trv, i of government troopp were to the scene of the a strong cordon "of, in adrapcad on the Insurgents' paurlw heai-y fire pattered the onlj response to this attack and then the final as null was the troops wlUl filed bajonets The be found the streets deserted and the houvw The Inhabrtants to a man had w ith fllrawn to with the Roy and now are hidden along the Ultess the Portugese government de elded to weaken the garrtaona of Lfe Jbop and Oporto, which be a dan ierou.1 mewire to jake. In ilew of ue potetbfllty -of revolutionary out big cities It seems likelj that the Royallit warfare In the north Ii likelr to continue for iOOST WHEAT was FAILED TO RESCUE LIHLE COMRADE Winnipeg Tilly lad, "named McCorquordale, aged about 1-1 Ing In a boat near the Manli afterheon, diowned, In of plucky attempft -'made to save him. The deceased and Oeorge Logan got into the beat, which had been tethered ing cut the rope, the bovi appeared to haie got frightened lett thfj would be carried Aawy stream, and both junked into the frater reach ed a place ot safetj and noticing that his companion vat In went to his refcue, and, though brent hij-h'in the water tried to pull McCorquordale ashore with the aid of a Somehow, the stick pulled through AfoCorqtjordale hands ajid the unfortupate jopng tellow went to the bottoqi. IXHIIITION Great preparatloqi been made f or this to be held in Edmonton, Aufuct 12 to IT The directors have BROWN BETTY TEAROOMS OPEN DAILY, Business Men's Lunch' ROOM The complete (umlslihiin 'Of a nlne.roonied hbuie' for flflleV'Every- thing In good condition Apnij MRS. I. 6. HAZELL, South, from 2 to 6 BANDITS HOLD UPTHEKATY LIMITED They Got. Feet But No Cash Passengers Parsons Kas, Inly Che sourl, Kansas and Texas train, No as the "Kat> LJni which left. here, at lOTo'clock: last night 'Mas held up by six masked men-near Coffeyvllle, Kansas, early to; dav The bandits held the train tuo lours, during which time paBSem s and trainmen were coralled and tuarded In the coaches b> of the robbers, while (he Bother two made several unsuccessful attempts 'to plow open the safe in the baggage car. No effort was made to rob the gers and no one was ''Injured. The robbers finally .fearing might be surprised the ap proach ot another tram roif of who might 'o learn what was delaying train No arres'ts have made f s Soon after the holdup was reported, posses at varlqju owns along the line ami a BystenHtlc' eareh begun. It is believed the fug tlves sought lefuge In the liljls south ot BartletsUlle, Oklahoma many iiirsiirerft hurried 'there. NO HOLIDAYS FOR CALGARY COUNCIL BIG PRICES PAID FOR ANTIQUITIES London, Inls At Taylor sale this morning at jtlnlstle's, Du een Brothers paid the record price if for a Chinese use, 19 In ihes high, of the Kang-He period.'-This aw was sold tn JS'io for The also bought a itt of hree vases Chinese 1th jculs XM ormulu mounts, pa) ing while a pair oi LoUn V s In 'marble and ormulu, brought 16 00: and a clock. wtth a rum shape ease, surmounted bs the igure of a cock with k cupid seated n clouds at either side, alK brought oiOOO. In the sculpture dnlaion the high at pi Ice paid for La Baigneijie, terra cotta figure, 17 V4 inches high, y Falconete, which brought Almost all the French furfllture roiight high prices the largest flf res being for a ommode of oak, with noli, and Etimned 'C C Saunter for a dw'arf Marauelrie _secre aire bv J F Vober for an blong Louis XVI writing table, i four Inches wide, and for Louis XVI anm chairs eofjered ith tapestn The total realized te- ay was EW PRODUCT OF :LETHBRIP6E MANUFACTURI Man) complimentarj INVESTIGATION iWIXUP GOES ON APACt-Td THI CITY COMMISSIONERS Jul) the tangle in the suiting from the report oi'the probe committee is likely to remain in Ualu quo for same time as a number cf jldumcn rttnctis'imolved In the Investigations Jie preparing lo take then locations A'dinnan Morfitt, who hits been putting off Ins for Un dajs to forward the work of the comn.it'ee left last night for Summeiland B 0, where he will spend a month Uder. man Carscallen-also will leave'iff a thort time on an extended trip through the Last w'nch will uonsume some two months' Alderman Samis also, is to make a trip that ,will fate him awav'from Calgarj for a considerable length of tin e Inasmuch as ithc will all ea'tilogued this ;ear and for tbil purpeee It is ne cessau that entries should be re cetred not later than 29. TRENTON WILL BE OIVJSldNAL POINT lul) Canidlan ParlAc kvlaw ulnian! nnjnlm otitl; In Ike for and 21 By it the railway makes Trenton the dlvlsjonal point on the M I hi I Mil Hlnfe tke f P H waa Aril mentioned ill (go lend In Trenton doubted it rtlue but icn people tlw vehicle is entireh a product home Mianiifftctiirc The Tras turned, put in I.ethhndge at o. 11 micr and C. tn fidns age oil in this prounce inorc.thjn a Uolh con'panics are said to he "completed and accoril- and curjihing hems manufactured here The iranufacture of -wheeled rigs is something new in Lethbridjfc und should he encouraged. COMMITTED FOR TRIAt hentrille, N S Jul> 9 brothers, charged with the murder of Mr Lea and on Mrs Lea, were lodv committed trial hj Muglstrale Dlckei made no itateincnt 1 he three. It is said, Iried to force the'r wny In the 1-ea hcuce to sec a domestic employed there y TURKISH OFFICIAL 'Conslantinoplc, Jul) 10 Maha- rnmixtfi of war, a man of abilltt who made possible l of iraiiiK in Ins 'of- fice loihn Hi-, nstviillon .........t .........n, from the dm-ilnfailioH of the fnd of this rek ARE CANADIANS HEAVY BOOZERS Ottawa, ,Iulv 'An enormous in- crease in the consumplion t'ana- rtlalls ot liquors, ngais, cigarettes oiid tobacco. of all kinds is the oul- klaiicing feature ot statistics just compiled bv UK department of Inland Heyentic. The increase in the con- sumption of is, parlictllarlj great tlic nhiMi 11 biini{ waned agalnsi VMnle were ill Ijlll, co (Ills the tneir istrr of wur himself and Ills i failure to mi! tlir sign; of milltjtj Hisaffptition whicli citlminatenVin recent imitmj w Albinii. fpecimen to (Ion, lo attract atteft- Thursday Will be the Fourth Day of Our Great Semi- Annual Clearance Sale v Every day fresh are. being added to our already large list, each day sees a. larger crowd wait- ing to pick them up as the values offered become known, we are bent on one object only, to make the largest sale ever, conducted in Sputnern Alberta. j Full Roll Call of Bargains to Date Dress Linens, REGULAR J5C..VALUE4 for Best English' Prints REGULAR VALUES, PER YARC Peter Pan Blouses REGULAR to FOR Ladies' silk Skirts REGULAR VALUE Children's straw Hats. REGULAR UP TO 50 CENTS Child's ambric Drawers 'ALL FOR 2 TO 10 __ __ Corset Covers ALL- SIZES 32 TO T Children's Rompers FOR'CHILOREN 2 to 6 YEARS Ladies' tailored Suits REGULAR UP TO Children's summer Coats REGULAR PRICES UP TO Ladies' black silk Coats Reg. for 25c lOc 25c 35c Ladies' linen Coats A OREAT Voiles and Foulards SALE _____________ Valenciennes Lace Reg 5c yALUES, 12 YARDS Middy Blouses REGULAR Children's wash. Coats ONE TO FOUR Child's Muslin Bonnets REGULAR PRICE UP TO >1 M Ladies' Drawers VERY SPECIAL Ladies' Corsets REGULAR PRICE 29c 25c Infants' stock Pants FULLY Ladies' showerpr'f Coats REGULAR SiOOO FOR Ladies' doth. Coats ALL UP, TO IZ8.00 CLEARING AT r 25c 2Sc 50c Tailor-made Skirts REGULAR 16.00 am) One-piece Dresses IN _, Print ftChamb'y Dresses REGULAR 13.00 Si.99 Duchess satin undcrsk'ts -WILL WORTH "I-1' Chiffon and net Blouses REO UP TO-SH.OO Men's negligee.. Shirts 'A.LL SlZEgVj 16 jilen's silk Neckwear REGULAR fcfllCES UP.TO.V1-M Boys' tailored Suits tjjO VALUES- Japanese straw Matting In. WI06; PER Rich Wilton Carpets REGULAR Axminster Rags 27 WORTH Leather ,Suit Cases REGULAR VALUE Ladies' wash Skirts REGULAR PRICE FOR Ladies', silk Blouses ii'jtfS ALL UP.TO MOO VALUES-