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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta EDITED BY "INO" Phoni 1224. Phone 774. The fight begins" within liimself 'A man's worth. something. -Hobeit Hrowning ;.Mr.- Shroder, of Walsh, spent Suh- ,'dny in thu with friends Mrs.. Fred Mick anil children, ac- companied In Miss Wright, Iclt to- 'day fitrVBulitf and Golden, H. C. C. The-Woman's Civic. Club'will hold tlieir. regular''meeting at the Y.M.C. it 4 o clock tomorrow .iftcinoon Rev Hjigh Giajit of Permc u, Spending a fcwr :days with friends in the city i The. Mis.scs Delancy, dressmakers have moved liartlett St. to 320 A'sbnVc'ad ;'St: -Their telephone nmnhcr is 523 Mr I Asqurth returned vestcrriaj afternoon from Banff, wlicre lie spenl the week-end, lie was accompanic and wee sou. Mrs. vA'itkeh, Urunton SI. is entertaining informally, at the tea hour this ;aftenioon as a courtesy to .Mr. Aikcn's mother. Mrs. Aitltcn Miss Judith Hatch give a delight fill euchre last 'evening in compliment to'Miss Helen iVfcKillop. -The affair v. is mute informal the game being phvcd at four table1; Miss Pittcson ii entortiimng hrr pupils it i piemc it the liver bot- toi j tins, afteinoon '1 lip partv will include about fifteen pupils, as well as some of the mothers With suclii perfect we.tther the children should have. ,i jolly fete Prince was installed as laily com- mander to succeed Mis MoiiKii WHO has led town. 'One new mem- ber, Miss Irene Martin, was Initialed and (lift charter was closed, Arrangements were made for hold- ig a picnic at the river bottom on Monday, July 31st. Bvory member of the lodge is invited and also has tlm privilege of inviting two or three friends. This bo a most enjoyable affair. The tea given at Mrs. Katie Pel- im's under the aus- pices of St. Patrick's. Altar Societv, was a pronounced, success, the pro- ceeds amounting to the gratifying sum of-533: The house was profusely Iccorated, the drawing -room being itcrally filled .with sweet peas, carua -ions and pansies. The dining table vas pretty With an elaborate bou of carnations and streamers of amihtx. Small tables, adorne'd'with sweet peas, and arranged on the vcrr andnhs, were in charge- of Mrs. Mac- Doiiiild ;and Mrs. DC Vcher, who Were assisted by a bevy of pretty girls in dainty summer frocks. The house w'as thronged from three to ten. with Ml "ehm s manv lucnds, who en' joyed her tea immensely Much llcknm DuVm Jfoii, of Port Arthur aged 2t, nil found dead on the floor of his room by. two of his mates. Dralh was cuisod the accidental firing of a gun it is ihoiight His reUtnes are in Scotland. isfiction is, arranled and jioints the actual "oron atlon dn} the Canadians were post- ed at Buckingham Palace thus being, the Iirit to ti'c their sovereign the on starting Ins journey The fco tguafds i were dislodged from- thci c usinl poMtJon n -rjcr [o si e the Canadians" Ihii unique honor" Vdded to this title was actually- t reprc sentatnc overseas escort in fne pro ,1011 itself while on the second da) s progiess through f on- dcn Sir Hilfnd md lion Fisher rode in the vjn of the proces ion sui roinded ly (ne overseas mill! irj These facK declares ih s correspond cnt., of the' Canadian .Associated efitctu Ulv disposes, of inv com plaint J-liat contempt was shown for the. colonials. Only Four More Days Of Our Semi-Annual Sale And all those wishing to participate in the geneiv- ous price reductions on seasonable and merchandise offered at this sale 'will he wise to' make their purchases early. Better do it now. To-day we tell of exceptional saving opportunities in oui Shoe Department. Read about thfem MEN'S SHOES Values lor Kill Bluchers aim Bais., toe cap, smart and dressy. fiegular Reduced to............ fU 50 Values fop Men's.Patent Golosh Bluchers for smart men. toe cap and kid tops; all sizes; regular Now II ing at...... .yi Oxfords Men's Blucher Oxfords and Boots, fine qual- ity of Oxblood a very dressy shoe, sizes 6 to 9. Regular tfow 52.50 Women's Oxfords for AVomen's wfne. color Blucher Oxfords with, cap, very stylish, all sizes. Regular A Baigam WOMEN'S SHOES Women's Tan Bluchers Women's Tan Cair Blucher Oxfords, perforat- ed toe caps and counters, all sizes; regular .75 Misses' Shoes for Misses yici Golosh Bluchers kid top and pat cnt Up sires 10 lo 1 onlj Rcguhr price 13 To clcai 11.75 Edwin C. Bnrt's Fine Shoes for Women at 20 p.c. Off. The following HnM In JMvin C Hum anil Sll-Kld -fine shoes tor women; regular and 00 goods being ottered at JO per cent off regular pilces Gun Metal Blucher Pumpi and Oiforda Tan Calf Blucher Oxfords Tan Vlel Ol- fordt Patent Calf Blucher Oifords and Fumpt and Gray Calf Ankle Pumps all in complete of women's llzes and In C, D and B wldtha Sale Prices For Cash Only Stores I f o found tint the i Co j Chititjo announced the shortage dnt' all of to wnuthoLurrt ind concealed specu latimt of flic lato .fames PcUit, pre- sident an'il manager Mr FIofTtlmgci said that not, onl> had no. communication touching on tlic loss wuitlcn by Mr. Pettit be- e Pcavej fore his death. Saturriaj had been re Jit is.for the protection of hv :oncern in Jccncd hut that Mr Pettifc destroved tere-K is is the ol all of his papers More other of-ire Mr repeated this state I the committee of binkcrs is Bcfeft- menf tint F I? and j ed nolhim- PCHLJ Gra.n Co to do with of Chicigo, th Ihtr lliat tht, companj ex- leg ooiimwi crpt ii stockholders and that the) out that hankers appi ir as creditors of that concern led HE DESTROYED ALL PAPERS inncTpohs hilj committee of Alinncijiohs md Chicigo hinders and conimercnl paper concerns today at a conference in the office of P II PC-UOJ Com pnny, to represent creditors of the company fornnilatc plans to take ;are of. their interests. iThis plan. inn possihlj mean the taking over of, assets company to pro ict of ihc concern ngimst ercditors'of the Pcavoy Grain; Co. nay he decided on late today. ig definite has heen announced on his scoic Ffiink Hoflehnger, prc idcnt of F II Co said d'announcement will he made tili omorrow President HofTelinger says today mt .auditors for K.-TH. Peavcy L CONCENTRATED emonade Is the real thing. A Pure Lemon product It has the delicious flavor of the freah ripe fruit Contains aoM. Eacfc bottle mtkes half a gallon of delicious "Trasses forlSc ________ATAU. BRUCOtSW HW WHOLESALE DUTHIBUTORS-Dwn.lly, Watson A ;