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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta JAjLiiL: ng our prces Stock moving with the tread an army ular Prices All Shot To C. ffi. Gray never re- treats, never backs down Join the muster and save your pay roll the i eserve called out Irom three warhouses and .hvo basements and into plaT. The Whole City Awakened Regular Prices Stampeded The Stores Crowded. Ambulances deliver tlie spoils Daily in everv t Give a cheer for C. TT. (.Tray's prices and inci- dentally shed a tear for the rest of the hardware merchants. Lowest prices into ac tion ever quoted on hard ware in Lethb'rjclg-c. Watch the Smoke. BE A DESERTER You can't he Warned leaving your reguLir store .in face of .our prices petition Out-generaled andOut-flanked The Whole Artillery, The Guns, The the Aeroplanes of Lowest Prices art WUI whole city up, as before to Immediate Buying- on Your NO SHAMS, NO FAKES, NO BLUFF, NO HUMBUG hnt nlH f Get on the firing line H entire stock line every hoar of as many days you possibly can while the stock lasts You Know The Combination s Re-inforcements and Supplies Daily from the Reserves ray Toronto. July if it J ..dies -tomorrow I will be better I These-were the words which I Mrs.'. Bertram Kainev. wife Russel Dumas f her house nd sis under suspicious. strychnine The evidence was given by Jlrs. Rain-ey at the inquest open- ed by Coroner Gtaham at the morgue and which was adjourned CLARKE CO. The Store Phone 453 Acadia WE SELL FOR CASH Wednesday Sees The Last of These PRETTY WASH DRESSES tualorth Eegukr and value clearing out at meats of such splendid style and serviceability.1 Cecile i Millie) to Rev. W. Bert- ram son of Win. .Mitford. of recently-of Toronto, the marriage to take place in August Calgary Herald. SOCIAL. AND PERSONAL Mrs. Calvin and .daughter. Helen left last night for a six- agination than in fact In the pub- lic service and in business women are more, and more being'given plac- es of importance and responsibility. All that 'the world asks for is com- petence. If a is better qual- of the bride's parents, Forest Lawn, Oriord, at high noon on Thursday, when Miss Helen E. G., youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs' T walnut ____ 1U candied cherries. Flavor ran! Mix fflarshmallows and nuts, or the cherries. Pour over them -beaten cream. Serve in sherbet glasses. visit at the coast. They will visit i AdalB Vancouver, Seattle. Portland California cities. and married to Mr- Colin Hat, Rev. G is given the position: and, in Bhe choice of Mrs. Young, the National -Educational association gives u.is j fact a very positive expression. BUILDING PERMITS Geo. M. Hatch, residence, London. 13.400. An event of rare value giving in Women's Tail- ored Waists: regular 83 -S'3.25 and -33.50 values S2.25 Beautiful new waists, including the pick of our summer stock group- ed into one big lot for two fast days" tomorrow and Thurs- day. About a dozen different styles all told and the wo- man whose taste runs to the plain tailored effects will find most satisfactory choosing. Materials are fine linen and vestings in white only, neatly tucked Gibson styles, perfect in fit, sizes 34 to 44, Greatest values yet of- fered in Summer Hos- iery and Underwear. Regular 35, 40 and 4oc values 25c Its a special purchase of a lead- ing wholesalers" surplus stock pre- senting values of a most extraord- inary character in necessities most wanted for present use. Hosiery in extra fine quality cotton and fine lisle goods, colors, blacks, tans, sky, reseda, catawba and white. Undervests in fine ribbed lisle goods, open or closed fronts, long sleeves or sleeveless, beautifully trimmed with heavy cro- chet lace. -Mrs. John and Mrs. Robert Scott left yesterday for the Winnipeg In- dustrial Exhibition. While' in Winni- peg they will -be the guests of rela- tives. .H. Long, of Dresden, officiating, as-i sisted by Rev. H. J. Uren, of High-i rm gate. The bride was away by 'her father, and Mis? Frances Lee' played the Wedding March, and little Miss Fanny Halning, niece of the bride, was flower girl. The bride DAILY .RECIPE Marshmallovv up one pound marshmallows. S. Ball, residence, London W. w. Xeeland, residence, Brunton S3.200. J. C. Geiger, stable, Mdington, 3350. .W. W. Neeland, foam, Brunton. J- Peat, residence, Ashmead, Willard and Louise -Ford, the littl son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs Horace Ford, left this fo Calory to spend 'their holidays ther and at Banff, with their granparents Aid. and Mrs. Halliday. of Calgary. Macteod, July very 'pretty wedding was solemnied today in -An glican Church when Miss Alma Genge the oldest daughter or the late Colin Genge. M.P.P., aaited nage to Robt. H. Billiard, n'romin ent real estate dealer of this town. The wedding took place at 11.30 in he morning and -was very largely at- ended. The bride .was given away y her uncle, Senator De Veber, of hbridge, and assisted by liss Eva Harris, while the groom 'as assisted -by Mr. Colin Macleod. he ceremonies -were, performed by ev. G. E. Gale. The happy couple ft on the afternoon train and will sit points on the Pacific Coast On Wednesday. juhe 29. at the home of {he bride's parents. Rev. and Mrs. S. Johnson, Bridgetown. N.S.. Kev, Aubrey S. Tuttle, M. A., pastor of Wesley Church, Calgary, and Miss a gown of beautiful white lace o-er white silk, and carried a show- er bouquet of white roses. Her only ornaments were a pearl necklace and brooch, gifts of the-groom. Mr and Mrs. McAskile Mt'for a trip up the lake before returning to their new in the west, the bride's going- away dress being of blue, with a small turban to match. Toronto Globe. Mrs. Pat McCulloch, who has .been be guest of Inspector and Mrs Wil- son at Loth-bridge for some time is now with Mrs. E. B. R. at fcwift Current. She and Miss Kern are expected home to-day.-Moose Jaw Times. The marriage of Miss Phyllis Hen- daughter of Mrs. Hendrie, of The Hamilton, to Mr Mian A. Case, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. take place cry quietly at Mrs. Hendrie's resi- on August 31st. TWILIGHT CHAT The victory of Mrs Ella Flag- superintendent of the .over 2. X. Snyder, prin- In Cash Prizes A quiet wedding took place on Wednesday, July 6j at St. George's Catholic church, Manchester, N. when Miss Miranda of'.that and J. R. Mlqueie-s of united in Association, of _e United States, is essentially a rec- ognition of ability. The engagement is announced of Ethci Susan Fcrraby, of Grove Lake, Minnesota, to Rev. John G. Bitcon! pastor of Robertson Memorial Pres- byterian church, Maple Creek. The wedding takes place on the fourteenth of July. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Howson, ow Seventeenth avenue west, announce her school the shown t of so talent Progressive as ,has .been> of her innovations' have .been stamp- ed with the :hallmark of common She has been a good repre- sentatzve of the public servant, com- bining high, ideals with practical ef- nciency. Mrs. Young's election is only an- other demonstration of the fact that the prejudice against women in the workaday world exists more in im- TO BE GIVEN AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR August 9-10-11 For Ike Best Loaf of Bread inade from Flour of the ELLISON MILLING ELE- VATOR CO. The followinf are the Entry No. oqfi Tor. lat 2nd 3rd 397 H Bakert 397 Home Made (Bakers can- not compete in this class) 10 5 9 t A 398 399 Girls under 14 Best Loaf Brown Bread from our WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR 5 2 5 3 2 This Is The Brand! Now is the time to try it Yoamay win the prize! your dealer for this flour-you will get a high- grade flour at the right price have a chance to win the biggest prize ever offered in Lethbridge by any floulr mill Ask Your Grocer For Our Hour, Usual Prices will prevail For further particular. ,ee List ;