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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1914 THE I.ETHBftiaaE DAILY HERALh PAGENIN1 RYLANDS SATURDAY BARGAINS _ _ HUdv Miiuk; white or (an All Silli Hose lor per Silk Lisle and Cottoii, black and colors, i-cgnlar 35 and 50c...............'... Every one in the store on sale at a discount Princess witb ;.ciii- broidery trim., regular value lor............... .35 Wai Plain and Fancy Voiles Samples worth lip to .50 Made from Mulls, Ehi- broidery and Crepes, regular and 25 pairs of Empress Co- lonial Pnnipg, reg. and !n'4.50 on sale.-.'... Vests Pine Gauze'Cotton Tinder- vests, samples worth np to 35c on sale 18c For girls 2 to 7 e fine last color Prints oil sale.............____ For girls 8. to 14 years, all on sale for tomor- row, discount........ Finest quality Silk, 21 a a Inches long, double tip, llliinL- ni' tvliifo black or white For Avoincn, good qual- ity Percales, Crepes, for Odd lines of Warner's Corsets worth up to Fine ribbed Jersey Drawers for woinen, now 25c CO. The Busy Store King and Queen in the Midlands Majcitles recent ly made a tour through the Mldlandi. At Mantflf.ld, whero tho acoompanyln g photograph taken, thi tht Boliover are being preiented, MILADI Whene'er a iioblis. deed is wrought; Whene'er is spoken a noble thought Our hearts, in glail surprise, To higher levels rise. LBarn to speak this HltlD word In its.proper place Let no timid doubt be heard, Uloth'd with sceptic grace Let thy lips, without disguise, Boldly pour it out; Though a thousand dulcet lies Keep hovering about. For be sure our lives would lose Kuture years of woe, If our courage could refuse The present hour with "No." Cook. Mrs. P. A. of Calgary is a visitor with Mrs. J. M. Hender- son during lair week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hick and familj left yesterday for the Waterton Lakes on an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. A. Blenner-Has- sett and children left today on a six weeks' trip to Manitoba points. Mrs. Roy Davidson will he hostess at the tennis courts tomorrow after- noon, when Miss Edna Tripp will ns- Mrs. G.. E. Baer has returned from a visit to Calgary and Muiison. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Raworth and children with Mrs. Jones and Mrs; will motor to the Waterton Lakes tomorrow. Sir. anil Mrs. M. P. Johnston, Miss Sudworth and. Mr. Shan- non will he'a motor party to the Waterton Lakes tomorrow, f .Mr. J. W. Jones, organist of the Anglican church at Macleod, and for- merly organist of St. A-ugiistin's church here, is renewing acquaintanc- es in the city this week. Miss Marjory-Rome of Victoria and Mr. William Harris of Lethbridge .arc visiting Alra. Harris at her cottage at Mr. and Mrs. James now, Out., announce ilie engagement of their youngest daughter, Margaret Mary, to James Ernest Curmicuael, M.D., B.Sc., son of- John Carmichael, of Edmonton, Al'ta., The marriage "will take place the latter'part of July. The Duchess of Marlborough, for- merly Consuelo. Vanderbilt, 1ms arriv- ed at Newport, on a visit to her mother, Mrs. 6. .H.. P. pelmont. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jackson and son Douglas accompanied by Miss Mary Simpson and Mr. Tngersbll in- tend motoring to the Waterton bakes tomorrow. _ Mr. and by their nieces, the Misses Allen, and nephew, Master, 'Eastman, motored today to Alsask. Mrs. Stanley and Miss Btlith Stan- ley, of Pinchcr Creek, intend leaving next-week for a two months' visit to :he coast. W. S, GiETen is attending the sum- mer school for teachers nt tho Uni- versity of' Alberta, Edmonton. Mrs. W. V. Hessey and two daugh- ters, left yesterday on a visit to Moose Jaw, Laing and other Sas- katchewan points. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Felger and daughter, Lois, who have been spend- ng a few days with Mrs. J. H. ChenV ey, returned to the ranch today. Dr. Gillchrist left this morning for Vaterton Lakes, whsre lie will be a veok-cnd visitor with Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Courtice. Mr. and Mrs. Doherer, Dr. and Mrs. 3ruce and Miss Kuby liruce, of Mac- cod, motored to the city they were the guosts of Mr. and Mrs. C. J, Eckstorm at the Dal- las farm. The marriage was celebrated in Toronto on Tuesday, June 30Lb, of Miss Dottie Lamont to Mr. Dixon, formerly of this city. Mr. Dixon is the father of the Misses Bessie and Annie of Micleod, who formerly resided here, Mr. and Mrs. Charles g. Pingie and son, of Medicine Hat, motored to the city yesterday and spent the af- ttrnoon and evening with Mrs. Pin- gle's sisters, the Misses McLeay. They motored on to Calgary this morning. Mrs. Jean Bfcwett, poet and au- thor, has a very interesting short story of northern Alberta, entitled "The Moose of Dear in the current number of the Canada Month- h It is (illustrated with line photo- graphs. Dr. and Mrs. Moshlcr, of Calgary, are in London on their wedding trip. Mrs. Mnshier was formerly Miss Wini- frwl Orilfiths of Toronto! Dr. Mosh- icr has been appointed to the new chair of pathology .at. tho University of i The many friends of Mr. nnd Mrs, J. F. M. Pinklmni, will be pleased to hoar lie has hcen. made of TOMORROW, SATURDAY, Is the first Saturday of the Big Sale, and will be known as Big, because we have planned bigger bargains than ever for Saturday Shoppers Two AxininKter Rugs Just One-Half Price Tomorrow These Seamless Axmlnster Rugs, Persian, Or- Jental, medallion effects, one in dark ground, -the other in green ground, good quality C "I C ftft Sine 9x12. Regular I Floor Oil Cloth Square Yard Another piece of this heavy Scotch Flcor Oil Cloth, painted back, in neat groen and blue block design. 1' yards wide. A regular -iOc line Per Square Yard 50-Picce Dinner English Dinner pieces sreen .conventional design, also gold lino ant] spris imtcrn. 5R .Complete Water GIasscs-r-32c Dozen Good quality fluted base Water Glasses, just jjp dozen to go on sale, Splendid for every day use. Per dozen Men's Straw Hats in A Breeze A clearance of our Alen's -Straiy Hats, the final clearance of all our lines, 1.3 tliffereut styles to clear out Valuesjall .tlie to 51-75. Every size is repr'eaenied here Smart New Neckties Smart' new Neckties for English and American and flowing end styles. Plain and mixed colors. All wGrfch 50c....................... Boys' Negligee Shirts Boys' Negligee Shirts, pretty designs and colors that will wear vrell. Negligee style with dressed, cuffs. All 12 to 13. Regular S5c lines rlearing at "TW W Men's Slimmer Underwear Balbriggan y.ndenvear for men, just the right summer weigh t.v Two''piece style; fine and cool. The kinrt for Which yoii usually pay For OUU TO for CfC 41C Grocery Specials Phone 313 SEAL OF QUALITY FLOUR, MUled from No. 1 'hard wheat tt9 7C sack I O 49 pound fYork styles in 'Ladies' Pumps, .Pat- ent, Box. Calfi Tan' CalE and Gunmetal. Ghanriihj" new models, all sizes In the lot. flJO QO Regular S5.50 values Ladies' Button Boots Pleasing styles in Ladies' Button -Boots. Leath- ers are Jhe popular Box Calf and Gunmetal some with Patent tips. All sizes in this Jot. Regular .4> I. B Continuing the Sale of Blankets and Comforters Comforter, Every Pair of Blankets in To-morrow, Every the Store Specially Reduced Cozy dainty covering of silkalitie, sanitary cottoiL down filled. Just 25 oC these on sale tomorrow Size Peal Eiderdo.ivn- Comforts, beautiful plain atfd fancy satin coders, Tallies all the wu> up to 4 1C Well scoiued. Blankets iprgrey7 coloi 40 pairjs to figure in this Bale, good lieavj Cle.ii nig iQll per pair ,9 I all TVOO! well" scoured, lovely soft finish; 'finished sep aralo. Sue bSxSS QQ Per pair July Clearance Banner Event of the Season. Don't Miss This Opportunity to Save Money on Merchandise CANADIAN BEAUTY ELECTRIC IRONS FORT CARRY BICYCLES i JUST ,he Quebec Rank at Victoria, B. C., laving severed his contioctiou. with Bank of The men of Edmonton are to be Congratulated on their gallantry in electing two well known press wo- nen, Miss Etilth JNlcLachlan and Mrs. Bert Cimunings, incmbers of the iew People's Oil exchange in the Em- ire auditorium- They opened a wo- nen's booth on Thursday of last veek. Mrs. Cuinmings and Miss JIc- Lachlan are veil known in Calgary, .mil their friends wish them every Herald. "Mrs. Kveiard formerly Miss TeanneUe Duncan, is visiting in Tor- onto. Mrs. Coles now makes her lidirie in India, but for the past year has spent most of Llio'timc in Kng- land; and is in Toronto in connection .with the publication of her new hook, "His Royal which lias running us a serial in the Ladies! Home Journal, and which will come out in book form iti the aiittimn. Mrs. Cotes, whose girlhood was spent in "Rrantforrt, Ont., began licv literary work as a member of the staff of the Toronto Globe. For a. timft'-she was on the editorial stall of the Washington 1'ost, and later parliamentary correspondent at Ot- r----.- Slontreal Star. Sho era- j oVrning, when the Rev. Canon JIc- boilietl her impressions of a tour j Millen united in marriage Miss rounii.the world in "A Social Depat-i Barnes, recently of Fernbank, St. Cyprian's church was the scene 0f a quiet but, pretty, wedding .last Others of her books are Daughter of "The Simple Adventures of a "The Story of Sonny "His Honor and a "The Path of a "A .Voyage of "On the Other Side of the Latch." Mrs. Cotes was horn in Hrantford, the daughter of Mn Charles Duncan. In IfiiH she married Everard Charles Cotes, M.A. of the Indian civil service. Baroness wlio is not yet out oC1 her teens, 1ms become engaged land, and Mr. Roebuck, of this city. Mr. nnd Mrs! Roebuck', will maW their future home in Ijelhbridst.'. Clubs and Societies The Daughters and Maids of "Eng- land will hold an ice cream social il Henderson Lake oh 'Tuesday noon at 2.30. Each member has the privilege of asking a lady 'rieu I. Between and wa? the very splendid amount in by the T1 r ladies of Westminster chinch nl thfit to Bernard Pibealan Howard. refroshmenfc ,.OQth at heir to Lord Howard of-Gloaaop. Ihis roumls. workcd but announcement heralds a re-union he-, thpv mura .Umn f aid tween two of, the oldest families 'in tho Country. Lady Beaumont has been an heiress in her own right since the age of two, 'when the title, which fell Into abeyanCo on the death oC her father, was continued by Queen Vic- toria. .T-hft Bcaumonts are one-of the Catholic "families In The Rest Iloom at tlie exhibition grounds was in cliarge of Mrs. John Craig, Mrs. (Dr.) Lately, Mrs. E. NT. HlgiDhotham, Mrs W. Ht Holt.' Mrs. R. C Sherlock h giving her beautiful garden on tilth to the ladies of St Augustm's Church for a garden concert to be held nett Tuesday Refreshments will be served on the bpacious by the young Jadjes of the congregation. There will be a musical choruses and duots hv the St. Aug ust n Choral Society with solos hv Mrs. Layton and others Festoons of colored lights with flags and hunting hung in the trees make the gar- den a veritable paradise. A no'quual fee will be charged fop NAMING U. S. DREADNOUOHTS Washington, July -10 Daniels announced' today that cat four new Dreadnoughts beginning with Number 39 be named Arizona, California, and Idaho. The last were in order that the states ot Mlssjseippi and Idaho mighf not lose their vraig, iwrfi. (ur.j ijaueny, uicu John Hrodie and Mrs. H. C. Minor because of the recent sale of tup oh battleships; to Greece In the future ladies .dims! McKjllop, arnied oruteer th'e S'ahdiego, bo knonn as SIX C ?CM Hon. Adnm Beclt Knight G. Roddick, M bntreal; Knlgbt Ba'eheior; sir. J. A. M; Alklns, K.r, M P Kn W. K. McNnuglit, Hpn. (Jqorgo, E.. Fostor, Tqronl.o, tho excoptlpn ot Mr 41' recliilent prolix tho'titlo "Sir" tg Ivlu ight Bachelor; ;